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eureka daily sentinel •CILIBHKn KYKRY MOnXIXO (KXCKPT HOBDAY] —BY— CASSIDY <fc DENNIS. ,„gx h. mtxxra. _ CKO. w. casbidy. TlsKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Or.copy.0"0 by.mBl1-::.J nlecopy. ri* month*, by mail... .. . * ™ Ssatsaeftfrafa:. WNL H’ CLARK KEEPS EVERYTHING ! I AT TI1K CORN EH .OF MAIN AND CLARK STREETS* E U R E K A , NEVADA. WM. II. CLARK. Eureka, April®, IS7H, ai>®tf Wholesale Liquor House! la «Mlt«n'< Ntoitr ItulMlu*. Main MreH. Dlirrka. Having just reti red from the Ea*t. »fter purelianng a laiyo and _-»-a a _ ^ 8K1.ECT STOCK OK WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. I am coiupotout uf not only com pet in* with the Eureka merchant*, but alike with Sac ¥ranci*co traveler*. I will aUo buablo t*« torni*h palmum-keeper* with C :• o n It Beer, On and after June i.*t. I *ay nothin* but wh o I am willing to f "a rnntoo. COM f. AM* .'El*. Kf)K Yol SELF. HKNEY KIND. Fropriotor. vU JAMES MUBPHY._ BOOTMAKER. SUCCESSOR lo THOMAS MURPHY. JAMES Ml rU-llV. PREMIUM HOOT- I runner j»t the Perihc Comm, i* now pro- > pafd to make to ord r nil kind-of boot*uitr. I ahoen. £toek and WOKRM ANSUlP ol PE | KiOU to any in Eureka. Perlerl Fife buarnaitfi'd. Can’t be heat on Co.'k Solo Rout*. Repair* ioi neatly done. Shop opposite Paxton & Co** Rank, Main •treet. Eureka. oHtl PIONEER Barber Shop & Bath House,j Hnt door north of tho I'ionoor Rontaurant. North Mar afreet. Eureka. ?VUE UNDEUSMN Ei>, HAVING UK k eaatly opened the a be in oxtablinfiuiont I V,l®P hia proioftnioiml a or vie ea t«» nil who JSp a first-elans *■ h>miiioruical HAiU V'Eor an ecstatic Sil A V K. -1,*r Uair Cutting, uO cent*.. Shampooiny' 50^eau. Connected with the osrah* lishmontarc several neat and BArMH*olo*ant Hath Houma, where r , . , , Vith» most desirable Hot or tohj lint ha ran be had at all tiuioa. BATHS, 76 CENTS. ^ *h«* >i public p,tron,Ko i» .dim ted. _JA 1 KS M. M. MllilUV. I’rop'r. the new store. KBS. M. A. ASHIM. A fresh invoick op iu’ssiav ca r,~.. V*f. •'•uiliur* .Suusago. Anchovies, v °»l*d eel, to., iieiiuious f„r lunch. VftcMbl. hs|Mrlairul: ffr artichokes, enulitiowor. fresh in ,"ml “11 the '.’aluornia vexotablus “ <tU“ntiiie* to suit. i . . F“r llonaokeriHnx: ns ..I, “nu com pl.t* usiorlmcnt of Chi ,„n"arB. castors etc. a/.uL l ttn,l tmuitry received three times “’f week by express. no* lot of LADIFS’VX. ^nWKAlt. ^ mrSI-lf •'n’kaonx. J. EVANS, Agent. MORE, REYNOLDS i CO., Importers ami Jobboriof ^nsras awd liquors, 212 California Ft., Fan Francisco. BuS'l? A*.8n*’ fnr I‘act Re t'oas* for O. O. "'•“ei Hoofbnti County M bi*k<af. k-tf HOTELS. ETC. r ~TURNER HOUSE. Having again assumed control of the above* establishment I am pre pared to accommodate all who may favor me with their patronage. The house is to be immediately overhauled and thoroughly renovated. A fmt-class BtijJuiARD SALOON will also bo added. The Bur Stock will comprise t he choicest Unnors, wines and cigar obtainable in the Sun Francisco market. The Table Will, at all times, be supplied with every del icacy of the season. B. J. Tl ltXKK. Proprietor. mrl5-tf 14* EUREKA HOTEL. MAIN STREET.EUREKA, NKV. Mrs. Lucy Young, - * Proprietress. SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS TO ANY Hotel in the town. Spacious, elegant and well ventilated rooms, single and on suite. A First-class Rcstajrant In c< nnoction with the Hotel. The depot COACHES and •BUSSES will convey passengers to and from the Hotel, upon th" arrival and departure of trains. n2ltf IXTEKXATIOXAL HOTEL. MAIN STREET.EUREKA, NEV. Mrs. D. H. HALL, Proprietress. | Accommodation*, cn.summssfd in Eureka. Elegant ami well ventilated rooms. A Fine Dining Hall In connection with the o*taldi*h!*ont. i nd<hf___ MOCK’S. T 'VOCMHiK.'I’EtnH LLV lNl'OKM MV | 1 friend* in Eureka an J Uuby Hill, a d the public in general, tha* 1 have leased the Parker House Restaurant, And iv.II conduct tho same As a First-Class Eating-house Hoping to receive a -hare of patronage, and n-.*oring mv friends and tho public that 1 will do all in my powr to plca«o. MUS. J NO. A. MOCH. IMoche T>nily It word copy. fe£Mm j Hurrah for the Railroad! BILLY GILLEN TO THE FRONT. Hoard, $7 a Week; Sing la Meal* 37 1-2 Ccnis. Sliver Brick Motel, South Main afreet, Eureka. On and after November. I. I NTthe above price* uill be churged at tho Silver Erick. o24tl WM. iilUiKN, Proprietor. The Pionser Restaurant, »»PPo;dteJ. S. M’Mtton'e Stone Store. Main Street. Eurcaa. GEO. F. DUXS'DGUEXr \y 11,1, UK I’J,ka>i:d to skk ai.i, ms ft old friend* at hi* hou*c at uny time. At the i'lOM.Iill they will hml The Tables Supplied with all thedelicncle* that can be ohtNtncd, mpiI tlie I ioneci «h*ll be m* well kept a* any ite; tan rant in Eureka. Uivo me m call and *oe how entirely you will bo «iiited. ji-17 J. I- Hi* kl.i v. J. b. I.OCK WOOD PARKER IIOUCE, Ell'ElvA, NEV. Hinckley & Lockwood, Proprietor*. f|'lfV. KOO.tlM Al.E SPACIOVS ANI) A »ui.|ilit>U with Sjirimt Led. throughout. list: If A K Ih fiirni.hed with the fiuwst Liquor, und t'lK ir. the-can bo imrrha.yd. A I iiKi-cliiK. Ihwtnuriuit on tin lir»t I loot-. 'I'ho I'uli-ude. liHuiilton, An.tin, Tybo and Lelmotit atwtfyf, ail -to|* at thl" iiou.e, jll-nl'l I ■■■ ■ ■ **Wa*Mr*WMV**MnVaM Eureka Drug Store! tNf»xt l><Hir lo Molls, l argo © •1 4'o's Ollioo. Ai Whom can bo found Fresh and Pure Medicines, Patent Medicines of all Kinds, Perfumery and Toilet Articles »r A 1.1, li IA Iks. Caroful attention given to the preparation ot riiYsicuxs’ ruKSiiuPTioNs* Having had a practical knowledge iu tUialiu for more tbun twenty-live years. ap20tt F. J. SC UN KID Eli, Druggist. New Photograph Gallery! MM IN MONACO, Preprletei* On South Alain ptreot. Luiokm, wvada, MY NUW UAM.UliY HAVING PKKN cmutuotcd, 1 urn ready to lurmsh th« t*o«t and MOST LIFELIKE PICTURES To be obtained in KusKm Nevada. Aid, KIN IKS OK I’iCTl KIlS are finished in superior style and with the intent improve* mem* of tbo ii rt. EN IjAKG KlJ I’llOToGUAlMlS. r«>,,rodu ea irotii the smallest .Miniature" to Life Size, are taken »tt this Gallery ouuul to any taker Knst nr \Vrt*t All rvi'RtivoM are carefully retouched and proem v«d tor future orders. jo! L0U1A MON AO K Artist. | MISCELLANEOUS. Sait Jose Savings Bank, 2bl Santa Clara Street San Jose. Cal.. Capital Stock, - - - $600,000. Paid in Stock—Gold Coin, $300,000. Asset* Jan. 1„ 1075. $1,324,155.52. Deposit receipts issued, iiear ing in-erost FROM DATE OK DEPOS IT at SIX PER CENT., payable on deinund; EltiitT PEK CENT., payable in six months, mid NINE per cent, payable in twelve months. Receipts are preferable to passbooks, be cause the interest is paid promptly at th< end of six months from date of eafeb deposit, they may al»o be transferred by indorsement, mid principal with interest will be paid to boldor. Pass books issued, if desired, and aama rata of intorest allowed. Do posits Iroiu I be interior, or from any part of the United Statos nr Europe, may be sent by express, or by exchange on San Francisco or New York, in gold or currency. Parties remitting will state the time for which the deposit is to bo mode, and a Deposit Receipt or Pass Rook—as prulorrod—will be promptly returned. Romittances in Currency Exchange will be credited in gold at current rate. JOHN li. MOORE, ii. H. REYNOLDS, nih7-ly President. Cashier. L. W. CROMER. T. J. MAUPIN MAUPIN & CROMER Wholesale and Retail Dealers in HARDWARE, Mill and mining goods, gas PIPES STEAM AND GAS nri'INGS. Ilnaw f'limialiiiiu; UihnIh, STOVES, TIN AND COPPER WAKE. POW DER AN D FES E. WINDLASS KOl’E OK ALL SIZES. ETC. W«* MrpMiHW prriwml to t'ut untf Fll (.it. Pipe. MILL & FI RMI E WORK Dunoon >h*»rt none#. The i|iiitlily Ml Steel, and al3o Stone Coal. Cotirttantly on liana. Also. Alurjiifncturers ol Tin, Shoet-lron, Copper Ware. Particular attention paid to all work In our dne, and guuruntoed to give perfect satisfact ion in every particular. Constantly on hand. Blasting and Giant Powder P< » UKR, FUSE. CAPS. ETC. ftuAtf M A IT IN A CKO.MKH. J. C. LOCKWOOD, \f AIN STREET. ADJOINING THE Ell itJL ruKU livitul, iui|>urtor and dealer in Hardware, Brass and Steam Gooda, Bar and Sheet Iron, Drill Steel, Ox and Horse Nails, Rope. Gas Pipe, Giant and Blasting Powder, Fuse and Caps, Cook and Parlor Stove3, Etc.. Etc., Etc Copper, Tin and Zron Work ZVZade aud Repaired. 3E?v*ER4L J333Wii AT LOW RATES. ms 13-tf Sweeney’s Stables ! The Host Extensive Livery IN THE STATE ! —TH K— Fashion and the Dexter! T»» t'uniplctr MiDIMiiiM-iit* UXDh'fi 0.\h MANAGEMENT! CAM)US HOUSES, isl (i O nil's. Carriages, Hooka Hay?, Wagons, do., in endless I variety! Horses Bought and Sold I And h general livery business conducted in all oi ii* oranohe*. I laying obtained a permanent lease of tbo Fashion Stable—Walsh’s old stand—l will in the future run the same in connection with tho Lexter Livery, Food and ftulo Stable, both establishments will be upon for bust* no* day and right. '1 bo finest stock and turnout* in Amur.ca always on hand. Give mi a call. ft W KEN KY. J1 *-11 EUREKA STABLE CORRAL AND HAY YARD. North Aiuin street, adjoining tire Foundry. 'I'll K XKAKKST AND MOST CON I veniont to tho Kailrond Lopot. 1 have returned to the old stand, which i nave great y improved, and am i.ow propnrtd to FKKL STOCK UN TUB PKLM1SES, Or deliver hav and barley in lots to suit, at any part of the town, at the LOWEST CASH KATES, As I intend to carry on a regular business in those communities. dlltf W. M. SHIPLEY. DAVID LUNDBOM ASBAITEE. Otltre: Alnlii Mtrrri. o|>|MMitr «lie I'lo. iiht KMIHuriuil. »*"Aef>iriite nssays guaranteed. A SMALL ADVANCE FROM MY FOR MEK very low rates will be charged in the future, though foes will still be kept reasonable as possible. Strangers are required to pay in advance. F'urek a. August 22, W78. . au£<*tf Private School ! l piuvvrrc senom, mill he A. op‘in ti by MRS. ilKl'ZEL on Monthly, (lie 2lilt lnM*nt. For ibo present the echo'd will ho hold in the v»*stry-rutiui of St. James’ Episcopal t liurch. Torui*: For children advanced beyond the Third lender (and ineludiuj French), por Woek, £2.10. • For children lees adv anced, por week, $1.60. np2t-loi SA LOONS. FRANK’S SALOON! JOS. MENDES, Prop’r. ^yHOL&SALE AND RETAIL DEALER Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. All kinds of Soda Drinks, flavored with the following EXTRACTS,constantly on band: ftaraapartlia, Ulaekberry, Lemon, Orange, Vanilla, (linger. Strawberry, fine Apple, Kaap berry Miorrbet, Boar, Ambrosia, Orgeat, Kosa, Noctur, Milk Punch, llock, Ico Cream, Claret, Coffee Cream, Mint, Cho'late ereamCntawba. Grecian Bend, Wild Cherry and Don't Care. BBXTO and OLTTB lOOMII Money to loan on collateral or approved business paper. __27-mhl i EL DORADO SALOON. BILLIARD HALL AND TEN-PIN ALLEY Two Door. Above Pnxton A Co'* llnnk. Main Street, Eureka, 'VlMS SALOON HAS RKCENTLV BEEN 1 thoroughly refitted and refurnished, und stocked with the FINEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS THAT COULD liE OBTAINED. It will bo continued, as horotoforo, A First-Class Establishment in Every Respect. Every one is cordially invited to call. LAGER ItEER, from th« Philadelphia Brewery of San Francisco, kept constantly on hand. •JUtnyBrf 1). W. L*£YAN. Proprietor. COURT EXCHANGE Northeast Corner of Main and Bateman St». EUREKA, NKV. None but the finest qualities of liquors and the choicest brands of cigais dispensed at the bar. Connected with the establishment is a Club R o o in And a number et well-furnished card-rooms lor private parties. jalltf 11ANK KNIGHT, Proprietor. THE SAZERAC SALOON, Msttt Strv.kt. Ei-rkka. SMITH A TAN A VAN. I* BOP’S. REFITTED and REFURNISHED! Making itono of th*» mo^t attractive places in Eureka. The Billiard Parlor, Attached to the SAZERAC, if the finest bil liard room in t»*wn, containing the newest and most improved tables. The Lunch Stand, Wit. Jt III, I’rop’r, Attached to the SAZERAC, is neatly fitted up, and the finest lunches, with HOT COFFEE AM) TEA, cun always be obtained. DROP IN AT THE SAZERAC! raySMt B I LLI A R D S ! CZZZ1 0021NSK Has just received new billiard TABLES, with Dolany's Patent Wire Cushions, ami is to bo kept as A FIRST-CLASS SALOON. DEO. T1IACHEP..I CLAV SIMMS. * Pr°Pr>®t°« a pit) ___ GAM BRIM S SALOON -AND LUNCH HOUSE! In the basemont uf \V billon's AMER CAN EXCI1ANDE BITLDING, X. E. Corner ot Main and Clark Sts. riHICAGO BEER, AND THE BEST L1Q V liors, Wines and Cigars for 12', cents. Culd Lunch at all ho'irs. llACPT A McDaniel (MAC. the Stage Driver), Proprietors. May t), 1K7U. tuyatf ARCADE SALOON! W. 8. SOLAND, Pro'r, South Main Street, Eureka, Nevada. tplIE BEST! YES, THE VERY BEST, OF Wines, I.i<|iior*nn<l ( lifitrw Passed over the ARCADE BAR, —for— TWELVE and a HALF CENTS 1 dl7-tf W. S. BOLAND. Palace Saloon, East Alain meet, South of Wells, Fargo A Co. LI'THKR CLARK. Proprietor, Has fitted tip, in the bust style the above Saloon, where lie will keep only the choicest brands of Liquor* ami Ci gar*. Call and bo <• oiviiicod. Eureka. Nov. Id, 1S71. oov’i-tf STATE AND COUNTY TAXES. A LL PROPERTY. URAL AND PER sonal, is now a»"e«suhl> for State ami county purpose*. Property lp Id r* » i I con fer a favor by calling at the Assessor's olhee and giving in their statements. tuyitf i. C. POWELL, Count* Awweof. MISCELLANEO US. EUREKA AND CALIFORNIA LUMBER COMPANY. South Main Street, Eureka. Nevada and California LUMBER OF ALL KINDS. Redwood, Oregon and Sugar Fine MINING TIMBERS Building Lumber! A complete assortment of Clear & Dressed Cumber, Flooring, Siding, Rustic and other ! STYLES OF SIDING, MOULDING. Lath, Shingles, Doors, Sash and Blinds, etc., always on Hand. EVERYTHING AT THE LOWEST CASH RATES. dTtf K. * C. L. CO. SNETSINGER& HENDERSON, WHOLKSALK AND RKTA1L UKALRR8 IN anoouniEs Provisions, Butter, Fggs, Miners' Supplier —A2»n— General Merchandise GLASS WARE. CROCKERY WARE, AND WSODEN WARE. PURE WINES AND LIQUORS Couatunily on Land. Romembor the place: Woodruff & Ennot'e old ctand. Main atreot. Eureka. mylfctf MAR.Iv MOORE, Bay Stallion, 16 Hands 3 Inches; IWAI.ED IN IS69; GOT BY GEORGE ' MOORE out of MOLLY MUSIC, will make tlie season of 1870 at Mosier’s Ranch, Steptoe Valley, Nevada; three days of each week, and at Wm. McGill's Ranch, On Duck Creek, Nevada, also three days of each week. Terms.Thirty i*:«0) IH>llnr«. The season to commence on May 1,137tf, and end August 1, 1*7G. Mure.1* not proving in foal, can he returned next J*ea:*on free of charge. Hood pasture and caro lor marcs sent to oirher place. Accident* and escapes at the ri*k of the owners, lloth pastures uro well enclosed. ap27-Sm T. J>. STUAKT. EXPRESS AX1) JOB WAtiOX. I TAKE Pl/KAS ure in announc ing that 1 havo fifed up n FIRST-CLASH EXPRESS AND JOB WAGON, and uui Ready to do all Kind of Jobbing At the Lowest Kates. Pianos and furniture will be moved with t e GREATEST CAKE. My pormanent stand is in front of J. CoUn A lire's Clothing Store, where orders can be left in niy absence. fStf_ C. SAMUELS. ROBY HILL WATER WORKS. Capacity of Tanks 152,000 Gallons ALL NOW FULL. WATER WILL BE FURNISHED IN Kr by Hill, in any desired quantifies, at all sea*o v of the yoar, at a uniform rate and lower than n bo furnished from any other source. tVator delivered twice daily to pr i vate f milieu, miners' cabin*. gtilomiF, etc. Tickets tuniting from ti‘4 to 50 cents apiece will o sold at the office of the company on Kuby liid, by W. H. MILLER, ouperin* rondeau W. B. 11AKRUB Fronriotor. n i v tf FR-AHTH ASASIQ, Real Estate Dealer DUEL STRKET.VUREKA, NEV. Office In the Brick Building. I WOULD RESPECTHTLLY ANNOUNCE that I am prepared to buy. sell and mort gage rest estate in Eureka, and also advance money on good security. Houses to ront suitable for business or for families. 1 nm also prepared to do a general contract ing business. I will stilt continue my wholesale liquor es tablishment. FRANK ABAD1E. inr2A.tr F. LOE WY Begs to inform his friends that he nas bought the agency of J. H. MICDAUL ’or all the Kastcrn Papers, Periodical*, gaga* ml new .ssd Paahloa Hooka. And is prepared to deliver them to his nib* sort bora at their place of reeidenoe FREE OF CHARGE! “ OFFICE, at G. Young’s Gungmith’i Shop, Main street. Notice of Sale. 'I'lItS IS CERTIFY THAT l HAVE THIS I day sold to T>. \V. Levan, toy entire interest in fie Eldorado Saloon and bowling alleys, to ;etli«r with all personal propety eonnected therewith. F. R. KITTEN' BERG. Eitroka, Nov.,May 1st, I.S7U. tf BI 1.1. II tins. I.IITKHUDAKN, and earda, printed at the SENTINEL office, to ordee _MISCELL A NEO VS. T II E EUREKA AND PALISADE Railro ad! HAS BEEN Completed to Eureka, And the Company ia now ready to carry pa*, longer* and freight over the road Hi iegntaritf and Dispatch. TriaV’crilf run aa follow! MS hittw notice: ... , Paaacagcr Tralee leave Eureka daily at..' 3:30 A. n. Arrive at Paliaado at....10:00 a. m. Making Connection with East and West Bound Trains of the Central Pacific Railroad. Betarnlngrt Leave Palisade at... 4:00 p. a. Arrive at Eureka at.10:30 p. a. Freight and Accommodation Tralut neave Eureka daily at...7:00 a a. Arrive at Paliaade at.3:50 p. a. Leave Palisade daily at.... 7:45 a. a. Arrive at Eureka at.. 5:50 p. a. The Company will deliver freight to Hamilton, Pioche, Tybo, Eeveille, Belmont, AND ALL POINTS SOUTH, By ita teams, with care and dispatch and at the lewest rates. nsrrtf P. EVERTS. Ueneral Snp’t. EUREKA AND PALISADE TELEGRAPH COMPANY. OFFICE With Wells, Fargo & Co., Main street. Eureka. THE ONLY LINE Connoctluir with the Direct Atlas, tic Cable, For all European cities and towns, and At lantic and Pacific Telegraph. For all pointa east and west our facilities for RAPID TRANSMISSION are the best in the world. n27tf P. EVERTS. General Sup’t. GEORGE YOUNG! Grunsmith and Cutler* BKU.S TO TUJS , public that bo has re moved t>Om his old stand, near the Silver brick rialooc, to the opposite side, on Main street, 4 next to it. .tiHnueim s store, wnere be will bs happy to receive the patronage of his former customers. Ue also informs the public that he has CONSTANTLY ON HANBJ The finest and largest assortment GUNS AND~PISTOLS Of Every Patern. Also, ammunition, and every other article in the sporting line. A large assortment of Wostenbeiui's Cutlery. Rnlrkers' 'tools, Cull to min-mail e Carving Sets, ftazora, And all other goods pariaining to mis line, it the lowest figures. Repairing done with neatness and dispatch, charges reasonable. Surcku. Feb. 17th. 1674. f018-ti EUREKA FOUNDRY. 1m. C. ANDERSON, Having purchased the proper. ty known as tbo Eureka Foundry, is now prepared to furnish mills, furnaces, etc.* with Castings of All Descriptions; also. Machine Work. ear Orders from Austin, Belmont, Hamil ton, and Mineral Hill solicited and filled with dispatch. All work leaving this foundry GUARANTEED, and on the most reasonable terms. Orders left at the foundry, or address ed to L. C. ANDERSON. Eureka Foundry, Eureka, Nevada, n ill receive prompt attention. o20tf EDWARD CASEY, Fashionable Tailor. HAS REMOVED TO THE NORTH- -S. west corner of Main and Rate man streets, above Sweeney’s stable, AA wbero he will keep constantly on band ■■ML Cloths of the Latest Patterns, And a complete assortment of all kinds o< .TAILORING GOODS. Keeping fully posted in regard to the latest styles, I am enabled at all times to serve my patrons with FASH IONABLE GARMENTS. All work guaranteed, and PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. No misfits allowed to leave the shop. nilOtf YOUNG’S CONFECTIONERY! CANDIES, FRUITS, NUTS AND CONFEC TION KK V manufactured by myself, at tbo new Confectionery Store, on The East Side of Afain Street, opposite Meyers & Franklin's. No Old Imported Co, fectionory! All Confectionery Manufactured by Myself. tar i defy opposition. ‘ySl-tf M. YOUNG.