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EDBEKA DAILY SENTINEL.
VOlTxiv! EUREKA. EUREKA COUNTY. NEVADA, TUESDAY MORNING. APRIL 2. 1878. NO. 102 eureka daily sentinel. fC»LIl**® *V*BY M0»NIN0 (KXCItrT MONDAY) —BY— CASSIDY & SKILLMAN. *. mu*!*’ _ ®*°- w- 0iMIDT TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: mot, ono year, by mail.—.*1* <5 «ix montla, by mail... • 00 ZWoVt. thro, monti... by mail.. 6 00 Nopape" forwarded until paid for. A«MT«, . w itrHM.Y A CO.Ward w. P. 4N. . MNHKH1 . Kilby Hill • IIX J*. KABHirib.Pi*ll«»il« J'L'.uh .Huniliaoit ;V,»M. R. bl'KI rBKKUKH.„Tyb« rilAS. W. CRANK, at No. 328 MonUromery Room No. 10 Safe Depoalt Build in, i. Solo Aaont lor tho Eureka Daily kurril.t in San Kraneiacn. Peraons in that ntr bavin* buainoaa with thia office are re q ieited t»communicate with him. 0 >1 SNYDER ia authorized »o receive a»b ieriationa lor tho Skntinkl and collect for tbaaeme in thia town. All oeraona in Eu reka owin* lor aubacriptiona will mako payment to Dim. 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 aaaortment of Clear & Dressed Lumber, Flooring, Siding, Rustic and other STYLES OF SIDING, MOULDING, Lath, Shingles, Doors, Suh and Blinds, etc., always on Hs"4. EVERYTHING AT THE LOWEST CASH KATES. d7U K.AC. L. CO. MRS. M. A. ASHIM WILL SELL. AT UKEATLY REDUCED PRICES. FOR CASH, Her entire Stock of Good., conaiating of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, CHINAWARE WOODED-WARE, WILLOW-WARE, In fact, EVERYTHING ON HAND. The beat atock of FAMILY GROCERIES IN EUKEKA! Eureka, October 18,1877. olltf HIRAM JOHNSON. Wholeaale and Retail Dealer ia STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Provisions Butter and Eggs a Specialty. Claleagpa Hamiauil Breaktaat Haeon, augarcured, alataye unhand. , ••'Three doori north of Clark alreet, on Main nreet. aultt A. KRAUS, Merchant Tailor, la Murphy’i building, opposite Faxton A Co’i hank. EIRKKA, NEVADA. He has the iieavi.-—^ , •« atock in the market. buiti made to order on abort notine, auu kw aet latiafaction guaranteed, deuiag and Repairing Done Promptly. •CHARGES REASONABLE. _Eareka.net. 20. IS77.o2|-tf PIONEER Barber Shop &> Bath House, Elrit door north of the Pioneer Reataurant. N irth Mai- atreet. Eureka. P'lE UNDKRSMNED. HAVING RE ■rfaMLi’ op,n*u H»e abtre eatablianment, de.V.'. Prwf**«lonal aerricea o all who flT.'V •tat-olaaa pbyaiognomi nl 1IAIK ^ai-H*e«»tto SHAVE. Id b,nu,llr Cutting, SO oenta. Shampooing* J7 Connected with the eetab llahmentara leveral neat and WnTTT^^olegant Bath Koooia, where Coldk..k. “*<>•» doalrabla Hot or u *•»» can bo had at all timea. BATHS, 50 CENTS. A lhart of public patronage la anlicted. JAMES M. M. MOODY. Prop-r. **u»XB«o>trx. noon ur'raru. SHEOUFE & McCRUM, hucceiaora to J. M. Goowoy A Co.. taporters of Liquors, RERTUCKY WHiSKIES, Etc. 4H anil 4tt rronl 8w Francisco. : : : California. WHI M rvrELi.A N ICO US. B. REINHART. J. P. EDOFF. REINHART & CO., Dealer, in yy HOLE AND GROUND BARLEY. Flour, Wheat, Bran and Short*. BARLEY GROUND TO ORDER. AGENTS FOR THE bbvvsz.br waoozt. AGENTS FOR Flows, Mowers, Reapers, And all kinn< of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. ADo Agent, for the Celebrated St. Louis Budweiser Beer. AH good, delivered to any part of town free of charge. OFFICE—North Ma;n atroot, next door to the Iron Hall, Eureka. Nev. mh>tf R. SADLER & CO.. MAIN STREET_EUREKA. NEV. DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Wood. Delivered I'm ol Charge. AGENTS FOR rOKEION AND BOMB INSURANCE COMPANIES, ALSO FOR THE California Powder Work*, Her co le* Blasting and Sport ing Powder. mar7-tf VULCAN Blasting Powder, FOR SALE AT Lockwood & Remington's. WE ALSO KEEP TUE Largest Assortment, In Eastern Neradu, of Stoves, Hardware, Tinware, Belting, Brass Qoods, Steel, Iron, Etc. Connected with the establishment is an ex tensive workshop, whore ail orders in our line, such as FURNACE & MILL-WORK, la done, rill receive prompt attention. LOCKWOOD A REMINGTON. Eureka, .Ian. 7, 1*78._j8 VARIETY STORE. J. H. MICHEL, MAIN STREET. NEAR CLARK. Imported and Domestic Cigar* and Tobacco, Wholesale and Retail. Yankee Notion*, Cutlery, Ma tlouerjr, Meeraehitniu Pipes, Jewelry, Etc. I WOULD CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION -TO A FINE— Assortment of Books, Fit for Any Private Library, that I will Dispose of at a Bargain. CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES, fill tfJ. II. Midi El,. HAU’L HOBS. r. H. KkVNOLUH. J. EVANS. Airent. MORE REYNOLDS & CO., In ..tera and Jobberaof WINE! AND UQUO&a, 212 California 8t., San Fiancisoo. ■arSole Aaenta for Pacific Coaat for Q. 0 Blake*! Boar bon County Wklakiae. 8 M1RC ELLA NEO US. D. MANHEIM. dealer in FRESH GROCERIES —AND— ^ GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF HARDWARE, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, OATS AND CAPS, Gentlemen’s Furnishing Goods. A large stock of A I CANDLES —AlfD— COAL OIL. A General Assortment of Liqnors. er Goods delivered free In any part of the town. Eureka. July 11, 1877. jyl2-tf C.D. STUART &CO., SUCCESSORS TO GEO, THACHEK & CO., East (tide or Mnlu Mreet, Eureka. Wholesale Dealers in Choice English GROCERIES! Se. 1 Mackerel, CUoleo Eastern llama. Etc., Elua Old Oov. Java toffee. Wholesale end Retail Dealers in WINES* LIQUORS* CIGARS AND TOBACCO, AND BAR FURNISHING GOODS. Also, Sole Agents for Ulatz' Celebrated Milwaukee Premium Kx port Lager Boor. EnrwM*. Mh« II. ia77,_ ml5 EUREKA F O U N D R Y ! 'PHIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW PRE 1 pared to lurnish mills and furnaces with CASTING S Of every description. Also, Machine Work. We hare running in connection with the above & IMlLKit 811 »1\ whore all descrip tion ot boiler work and lorging will be un dertaken. All work leaving the Foundry Guaranteed, and Executed on the Most Seasonable Terms. •ff’Orders solicited from outlying districts and tUled with dispatch. J. WELLS A CO., Eureka Foundry. Eureka, Nevada. Enrev h. .1 tine II. |K77. jp|2-tp MTliiT-WATER WORKS. Capacity of Tanks 400.000 Galloni ALL NOW FULL. WATER WILL BE FURNISHED IN R; by Hill, in any dosired <4oat.tides, at all seaso s of the year, at a unifur 11 rate and lower than v-n be furnished troni any other source. Water delivered twice daily *0 pri vate f milics, miner*' oabios, saloons, etc. rickets ranging from t>‘4 to 60 cents api *c« will Ue sold at the office of the company on Ruby Hill. W. R, HAHRDB Proprietor. T. W. PEARSON, Superintendent. ** CHALLENGE_ACGEPTED. Ill ERFBY ACCEPT THE CHALLENO" of James /» ndrow* io fig'-t for from #100 to $500 n side, or 1 will fight Charles tJal leif’-er 'or from #1 0 to in 000 a >id*\ 1 am an I rishman hv bnth, and feci proud of mv na tivity. I will figh’ any man on ih* Pacifi • UoHSf.of my weight, barring a Wo chinan or Scotchman - not that l am a'raid of them, but on account of toeir svmnathv with me. Respectfully. WILLIAM LYNN. Knr.’h a, Ma eh 26, 1878. mh2tf PURE_MILK ! I AM PREPARED TO HJRNISII NO. 1. pure, fresh Milk io families and other*, in quantifies to suit, rami ie* wishing milk from one roar, oan be suppli d by leaving word a> my residence, on Spring street, be low Clark. Milk always on hand, and de livered to any pait ofThe city. „ , „ WM. E.TA/LOK. Eureka, Nov. IB. 1877. n20lf For Rent. TWO LA ROE COMFORTABLE Am* rooms, suitable for an office, or a fiii.l store, can be rented cheap if applica- * tion is inadeituuiodintelv, at MBS. M. A. ASIUM’S. Eureka. January 12. lh7S. iiS-tf JEUAL HI.ANHN, OF ALL OESCRIi t tioni, printed to order at the SENTINEL | nlkoa* M TSCF.L LA SRO US. CITY DRUG — AND — BOOK STORE, D&. L. BAZET, Prop’r., Throe Doora above Paxton A Co’a Bank, MAIN STREET, Eureka, Nevada. JT WILL BE MY ENDEAVOR TO KEEP A First-Class Drug Store, In all its branchoa. Perfumery, TOILET ARTICLES, ETC. A full and complete line of S-T-A-T-l-O-N-E-R-Y Kept constantly on hand. AN EXPFRIENCKD DRUGGIST will Compound all Prescriptions. Pr«*s» ript’ons compounded at all Hours of the day and night. DR. la. BAZET—Office: Up-stairs in Mona co** Building._ mhl5tf CALIFORNIA MARKET. TWO DOORS SOUTH OF THE COURT HOUSE, MAIN STREET, EUREKA. GOX.L A MONET, Prop’rs. T11E FINEST QUALITIES OF BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, SAUSAGE, HEAD-CHEESE, ETC., Constantly on hand. Fresh, Fat and Juicy Meats, Or all descriptions, the best in the land, and cheaper than the cheapest. At Wholesale anil Betall.] CWGiire ui a call. Eureka, March 1, 1878. mh2tf T II E EUREKA AND PALISADE Flail road.! NEW ARRANGEMENTS! QN AND AFTER NOVEMBER 5th, 1877, A FAST TRAIN WILL RUN FOR Passengers. Mails and Express ONLY, AND WILL Leave Eurek a daily at. 5:80 a. u. Arrive at 1'alUaie at..10:00 a. u. Making connection with East and West Bound Trains of the Central Paeific Railroad. Relnmlnt! Leaves Palisade daily at. 4:00 p. a. Arrives at Eureka at. 8:30 r. a. FrelKbt anil Aorommoilatlou Train: Leaves Eureka daily at. 3:00* a. Arrives at I'alisado at. 8:IA p. a. Leaves Palisade daily at. 7:1ft*. a. Arrives at Eureka at.. 5:2J p. a. THE COMPANY WILL DELIVER FREIGHT TO Hamilton, Ward, Pioche, Tybo, Belmont, AND ALL POINTS SOUTH, By its teams, with eare and dispatch and at the lowest rates. n2tf P. ETEKTN, Ueneral Nnp't. 300 CORDS or FIllST-CLASS Pine and Mahogany Wood FOR SALE! ■ u Humilities tu Knit Purcbaaera. tpHE WOOD WILL BE DELIVERED TO 1 any part of tnwnv Dray and driver can he foun I at Hank Knifht’s Corner, or at Moore Bros’Stable. II. BISHOP. Eureka, Feb. 9,187a flOtf XflSCEL.LA SKO VS. FINE JEWELRY! p. ST EL ER, WATCHMAKER —AND— .J E W E LE R , Keeps constantly on hand a well se'ected ttock of fine bmmonds, Gold and Silver Watches and Chain?, fine Jewelry, Silverware, AND CLOCKS, Pebble and ( oncare Eye-GInsses, Which he off ™ to sell at TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. LESS than any ether house. Please call at his store, one door south of S. Ashim A lire's, and examine my magnifi cent stock of goods befoie purchasing else where. No trouble te show goods. Prices to suit the times. Allot' tho above he guarantees to be of the BEST QUALITY, and warranted as repre sented. N. B.—Special attention paid to watch work. Watches repaired ana cleaned and warranted for one year. New jewelry made to order, and jewelry neatly repaired. All orders from the oountry promptly at tenuod to. P. bTELER. Eureka. Jan. 2. 1877. jy3-tf WHITE PINE COUNTY BANK (Formerly of Hamilton) Eureka, Nevada. President :::::: E. Woodruff. Cashier, i : : I i : Will. Purdy. Directors: F. W. Clut*. E. Woodruff. Transact a General Banking Business. Draw at sight on Wells, Fargo A Co., San Francisco, New York and London. Miring Stocks Bought and Sold on Com mission. jyJtf PAXTON & CO., B ANKLEHS. EUREKA, NEVADA, Draw at sight, in sums to sun ON Anglo-Californian Bank.San Francisco Anglo-Californian Bank.London J. k W. Seligman k Co...New York D. 0. Mills k Go.Sacramento Decker k Jewett.-.Marysville White k McCornick...Salt Lake City Discount Commercial paper, Make Colleo tions. Receive Deposits in Coin or Currency on open account. Certificate, or Special De posit, and transact A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS MINING STOCK BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. mhll CITY PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. On South Main street. Eureka, Nevada. PHOTOGRAPHS! PHOTOGRAPHS! HAVING THE BEST arranged Gallery in the State, and having had a long and an uninterrupted practice in the Photograph ble to produce tho truest and the MOST LIFELIKE PICTURES to bo obtained iD rnis State# All ray work is warranted for permanency, style and fine finish. Enlargements reproduced from the small est Miniatures to the life-size picture, equal to any of the best reputed houses E ist or West. Crxyaii FIiiImIi Kiilarireanentn a MpeciHlty! also Water Color. Porcelain. Pbotc-Chrome, and all others too numerous to nitration. All negatives are carefully retouched and preserved one year for future orders. Lt'PlS MOVACo, l’ho.ographer. Eureka, December 2', 1877. d22tf. V. UHL, PRACTICAL BOOTMAKER, [Next door to D. Lundbom’s Assay office.l 'pilE RENT »F 1 1O0TS made at this establishment and good fits guaranteed. «■ ItepnlriiiK Neatly Done, and on Miort Notice. The best of workman employed. Eureka. Mav20. 1K77. mvNt-tf S. TROWBRIDGE & CO., -DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, GROCERIES, Mining Supplies, Gents’ Furnish ing Goods, Etc. TYBO, NYE COUNTY!. NEVADA anl-tf i prinline Offiee. MISCELL A NEO OS. POSTOFFICE NEWS DEPOT! I HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE and varied assortment of Blank Books and Stationery, LAW PAPER AND BLANKS. TBS HEWS DEPOT Will at all times be supplied with the latest Magazines, and Fashion, Sporting and Literary Papers. COR. WILSON. Eureka, March 13. 1878.rohUtf 8. PHILLIPS, Main STREET, : : : : : EUREKA Keeps the finest article of Cigars ever sold in this market, oon si-ting in part of the following branda: Almos, El Key del Mnndo, Das Dos Amigos, Carolinas, Boqnet, Villars, I have some very choice Domestic Cigars, which 1 retail at ONE BIT I ALL KINDS-OF TOBACCOS My stock is entirely new, and I invite the public to call and examine the goods before purchasing elsewhere. Eureka, Nov. 5. 1877. n6-tf John W. Lambert, Dealer in all kinds of Groceries, Provisions, Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Wines, Liquors Cigars, And all Articles usually found at a First class Country Store. New Goods being received daily. And sold at as low price! as in Eureka. Call anal examine my block. Ruby Hill, Nny. 14. 1K77.n!5-tf S T CM5 K S . rpHE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED t to purchase and sell niSISG STOCKS on commission, All orders promptly filled San Francisco Brokers t J. K. S. Latham —AND— Homer S. King. Being agent for leading Fire Insurance Companies. I am prepared to furnish relia ble indemnity on good risks at living rates. Office : at Wells, Fargo & Co’s, dltfKAM’L COOPER. THOS. MURPHY, The Pioneer Bootmaker! WISHES TO INFORM HIS OLD fill patrons, and the public gener- WHI ally, that he has agitin commenced' business at his old stand, opposite Paxton A Co’s Bank, where ho is prepared to do all kinds of work in his line. He has on hand a large assortment of ALL KINDS OF BOOTS! of his own manufacture, which he will dif pose of at reduced prices. All kinds of repairing done at the shortest notice, (jive me a call. Eureka, February 15, 1877. f 16-tf Wm. Plumhof WILL GIVE PRIVATE or public instruction on ■ the Piano J 3 ii J J PIANOS TUXED At short notice and in a satisfactory manner. Residence on Edwards street. Eureka. Nov. 8. 1877. n8-tf ARTESIAN WELL B O RIN C ! TIIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE JUST RE ceived all the necessary machinery for sinking Artesian Wells, and are now pre pared to receive contracts for boring. For information in regard to terms, etc., apply to R. H. PARKER A CO. Eureka August 2*. 1877. au28tf Delinquent Mining Notice. IX) FRANK WAY, MORGAN MILLER, . J. B. PHILLIPS, and JOHN YOUNG, to their heirs, assigns, executors or admin istrator*: You are hereby notified that I, the undersigned, vour co-owner, has per **»rmed work and labor on tb* Five-twenty mine or lode, situated in Soring Valley Mining District, Eureka countv, Nevada, under the provisions of an act of Congress, entitled “An Act to promote the development of the min ing re^oure** of the United States," approved May 10, 1872, and the several act* amenda tory and supplemental thereto, to the amount rendered necessary by said act; and that you have fai'ed to perforn your proportion of such work and expenses for the years 1875, 1878, 1877, according to your interests in said mine, or have had the same done: and that unless you pay to the undersigned your just proportion of the expenditures of said work according to your interests in said mine wi bin ninety days after the publication of this notice, that your interest in said mint will become the property of ihe undersigned, under and hv virtue o said Act of Congress. Frank Wav.175 feet, Morgan Miller. 50 feet. J. P. Phillips . 50 feet. John Young. 50 feet. Said mine is recorded in book A, page 9t of the Spring Valley Mining Records. Eureka county, containing 1 200 feet, of which the undersigned claims 875 feet. „ ELI H. R08R, Eureka, J anuary 11,1878. ja!2-90d