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VOL. XXIL__EUREKA. NEVADA, THURSDAY" MORNING, DECEMBER 22, 1881. NO. 19
Eureka Daily Sentinel,
nUMV.D EVERY MOWW* (MONDAYS EXCEPT
rC ' ED) BY
CASSIDY & SKILLMAN.
t ,flUJIAS. __ “EO. W. CABSIDT.
^re_-Corn«r of Monroe tnd 13ateintn street*. ,
TERMS of SUBSCRIPTION:
9"*“!,; ,j, moutliB. by aiatl. B 00
tiree iuontl.8, liy mail. 6 00
UDr :i„y;r. forwiir»l<*J ,11.111 l-aM f.r.
TK11MS OF WEEKLY:
9"* copy. eti nioutha,. 2 60
n°«r,i|,y.n,r'",'n,1,lll“|.. 1 60
M EAT MARKETS.
___ 1 'T-..
ALBERT COLL. CHARLES SCHAEFFER.
GOLL i SCHAEFFER,
Wholesale Butchers
44ootlhIu Canyon. Enrokn.
Beef, Veal, Mutton and Pork,
the best in the market.
le Do Not Belong to the Combination!
(i.4Kl.t:t 444)1.L, MiiUHtcr.
bnki, Kor.S, 1881.
(1LIF0RM1 MARKET!
WmAaide of SOUTH MAIN STREET, opposite
Mr« Hillhouse’t stable.
WRIGHT &SHOLDEEER
Proprietor*.
• The Fiuest ifimlltifi of
KEF.* MUTTON, |
Pork, Sausage, Head-Cheese,
Constantly on hand.
FRESH, FAT AND"JUICY MEATS,
Of all descriptions, the best in the land, and
cheaper than the cheapest,
At Wliolesals and Retail.
ftu.k., Oct. 11, 1*81. ol«f
tmlulet! j.H. SHOEMAKER.
IILEV & SHOEMAKER,
,,. .raorBiKToaa or th« ....
The People's Market
EUREKA, NEVADA.
THH FINH3T
Beef, Mutton and Pork
In tha Market.
Retail and Wholesale.
Also the FI MERIT NAINAURN mian
UflK'tnred lu the Mtiate.
Ibis is the Market for Epicures.
Ev.kt. Much 15.1881. mblfttf
\mm:.vr \iitii k,
A LBION CONSOLIDATED MINING COM
A psny.
Location of principal placa of business, San
Francisco, California.
Location of works, Eureka Mining District.
lorsks, Nevada.
Bobos is hereby given, that at a meeting of
tbs Board of Director*, held on the 35th day
of Sov«uiber, 1H81, an assessment (No. 9) of
ttlrtycsnt* per share was levied upon the cap
ital atook of the corporation, payable Immedi
ately, in Tutted States guid coin, to the Secre
tary, at the office of the company, Room 6,
Mo. 927 Pine str*wt. Wan Franclaco, California.
Any stock upon which thia assessment shall
rtwsln unpaid on the Thursday, the twenty
ninth day of December, 1881, will bn delin
quent. and advertised for sale at public auc
tion; and nnleaa payment ia made before, will
b« sold on
Tharsday, Ike Miiieteentli Day of
Jfiainiisry, 1883,
to cay the delinquent assessment, together
With the coat of advertising and expense* of
Ml*. By order of the Board of Directors.
D. B. CHISHOLM. Secretary.
Offic*—Room 6. No. 837 Pine etreet, San
Francisco, California. n39td
FOR SALE OR RENT.
THE “IRON HALL" PHOPKRTY, WITH
Bar Fixture*, wo Billiard Tables and
Furniture, are offered for aale or reut. For
Jirti'.ulare apply at William Tell House,
orth Main streat, of
o3itf MAOQINI BROTHERS.
Annual Meeting.
The annual meeting of the stock
holder* of tb* Emmet Consolidated Min
ing Company, for the election of • Board
of Direetors to serve for the ensuing
y«*r, and for the transaction of such other
business as msy be presented, will be held at
tbs office of the Company, Room 4, No. 401
California street, Ran Francisco, California,
onTnEHDAY. thi TWENTIETH day of DE
CEMBER, 1881, at the hour of 13 o’clock, noon.
a D. A. JENNINGS, Secretary.
Ban Francisco, Dec. 1, 1881. d7td
STOCK RANCHED?
PERSONS HAVING STOCK TO RANCH
°*n fln<* good grass and attention by
••Uuing *t te my ranch. I have an enclosure
of meadow land and an abundance of white
Ugs and bunch grass. Stock may be left at
k Doak’s corral in Eureka. Joe E. Dee*
will have charge of the atook. The price for
pasturing horses is $3 per month.
j. p. McFarland.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
TOBACCO HOUSE!
8wt Bide North Main Street, one door below
Stone Building.
*• ROTHMCHILD.Proprietor.
IMPORTED AHDlOHESTE CIGARS!
►UTIMa CARDS, PIPES AMD CUTLERY.
tnnkt, Not. 38.1881. n3«tf
^ANNUAL MEETING.
31H® REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF
•tockholdor. of the ALBION CON.
-A?™? OOMPANY will be held at the office
2J“• Company, Room, fl eud T. No. 837 Pine
nI^*:*»n>re,icl,0Oi California, on WEDNK8*
a. ,T'. . ELEVENTH day of JANUABY, 1883,
*5* *Pur of 1 o'clock ?. m , for the purpose
Ino *JCt n® ‘ Hoard of Directors to serve dur*
•°iuing year, aud the tranaaction of
6r "ui»o«ee ea may properly come be
.?!?• tneetlug. Transfer hooka will cloae
AVf£?rdtJr. Jftn 7. »t the hour of 12 m.
D B. GRldlloLM, Secretary. \
TO RENT.
A *®A,TLY furnished house, oon.
i., JB,.n1og four rooms, bath room and eel
famn. ' 6 r®oted reasonably to a small
Bnii.r *n1ulr« Of E. J. BUTLER, Bewtinel
Building. dlltf
>RC i.w**k ln Your own town. Term, end
Ad4r*“ H. Hanna pr k
_ RESTAURANTS.
Now lam in the Field!
PARKER HOUSE
RESTAURANT!
rpIE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEA8URE
a ln announcing to the public that he has
engaged two eminent cooks :
MU. FltANK CAHPIED, late of the Palace
and Delmonico Restaurants, Ban Francisco.
MR. JULIUS CAROBINO, from the well
known Jury Restaurant, Ban Francisco.
8^Both enjoy the highest reputation in
their line. My aim will be to suit everybody’s
taste, ilopiug you will call, I can assure you
satisfaction. CHARLES FOX, Prop.
Eureka, Nov. 19, 1881. n'20tf
JACKSON HOUSE
Resfaorant jnfl Bakery.
Gibfried & Brisacher,
PKOPHIKTORft.
QPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO PREPAB
kj lug
SUPPERS FOR BALLS AND PARTIES.
HOARD 1*1. It WKF.K. «9.
OPES DAY ASH SltlHT. J<t
• real. Oyalera In Harry Mtyle.
Dining Rooms Conducted in First
Class Style.
FRESH BREAD.^PIES AND CAKES
^Supplied at the ahorteat notice.
Eureka, Sept. 10,1881. aelltf
Three Door* .South of the Truckee
Snloou, JMalu Street.
LAMOTT & MARTI N ,
PROPRIETORS.
The above ainnied Remanrant will
be open to-dAj, Sept, 34.
\J F. LAMOTT 18 AN OLD RESTAURANT
• keeper of Virginia City for 20 years,
and will give satisfaction to all those who fa
vor him with their patronage.
PRIVATE ROOMSJOR LADIES I
Meali SS Cent* and upwards.
Eureka, Sept. 23, 1881. ss24tf
TURNER HOUSE
RESTAURANT.
South Main Street.
JOHN OERTLI,
I FORMERLY OF THE INTERNATIONAL
' K« auurant, at Austin, Nevada, has Uaaed
tha Turner House Restaurant, where he will
serve the best the market affords.
He will be pleased to see his old customers
and a* many new ones as may choose to favor
him with thalr patronage.
Boartl, per week.®7 00
HpaI Ticket*. 81 for .. 7 00
JOHN OERTLI, Prop.
Eureks. Bept. 17, 1881. »ei8tf
(0R.MR fllOP - ST1.\D,
In the rear of the old Corner Saloon.
RRAMENKOS BALLICH,
PB0PBIKT0B8.
The finest the market affords
.lw.j. *erv.d to ou.tom«r..
Fowl. Wild Vtm., Flab. uj.i.m,
EU>., Etc..
Prepared In th. moat tempting atyla.
SIrali at all llonri or the Day or Night.
PrlvAte Room* for Dinner Parties.
For every delicacy of the season, go to the
CORNER CHOP-STAND.
Eureka, April 7, l«Kh** **
OYSTER^ SALOON,
Chop House and Confectionery
Main Bt., two Doora North of Johnson’s,
MRS. BROWN.PROPRIETRESS
OPEN DAY~AND NIGHT.
OYSTERS RECEIVED DAILY BY EXPRESS,
and .11 tbe delloacle. ft the market kept
constantly on bend.
ELEGANT PRIVATE ROOMS.
The only place In Eureka where Cniidy 1.
manufactured. Freeh ,lvd Clinic. Candle, for
•ale, either wholesale or retail.dJHtf
H Dave is in the Field Anain
With a new and choice stock of
Groceries iH Profiles.
D. MANHEIM,
Vanlnl’a Building, three door, .hove H. Kind’.
Eureka. N.v. 2.1881._n3tf
MILLINERY!
MUS. A. CBRIBTOPBER HAS JUST BE
ceived an elegant aaaortment of
Fail and Winter
Millinery Coods I
Finely FitmUhed Hoorn* to Kent.
Eureka. Oct. ». 18al-oiQlf
Restaurant for Sale.
UNITED STATES RESTAURANT
ON RUBY HILL IB OFFERED FOR SALE
.a . haraelu. The place 1> doing a Urge
flourlabing buatneaa, but owing to ill
health the proprlatreae wlabea to quit th«
buaineea amf* go to California For further
particulars apply on the premise) to MRS.
LANS, or to w. i. Prnroae.
Ruby Hill, Deo. 10,1S81. dll Im
_HOTELS AND LODGINGS
DOH. M'NICOl. PETE KNIGHT.
THE PARKER HOUSE,
Knight &M’Nicol
PROPRIETORS.
This house will be kept pirst
cUm, and everything dene for the eo.
comraodetion end to uanre the comfort of
gueet*. Rooms single or en suite. Attached
to the house Is s tirst-cless
BESTATXBAKTT.
T IT 33 BAB
Han a fine reputation, and nothing but the bait
Liquors, Wines and Cigars will be kept.
S7*Rsilroad coaches will take passengers to
and from the depot.
Eureka, March 18, 1881. mhl»tf
THE TURNER HOUSE
B. J. TURNER, Proprietor,
SOUTH MAIN STREET.
This old established hotel has
just undergone thorough repair, and la
kept first-class. Everything will be done for
the coinfort and accommodation of guests.
Rooms Single or in Suites. Lodgings—50
cents, 75 cents, and $1
Attached to the House is a First
Class Restaurant.
The Bar is stocked with the beat brands of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
The Railroad loach lakes Passen
gers to and from Ike Depot.
RE-OPENED.
The Jackson House.
Only Fire-Proof Hotel in Eaitern
Nevada.
MAIN STREET, EUREKA.
11HE BOOMS ABE BAUD FINISHED, NEW
ly and elegantly furnished, and are spa
cious.
Single Rooms or in Suites.
Gas In All (he Rooms.
Connected jrltb the Hotel Is the
FINEST BAR-ROOM IN THE STATE
....Aim THE. ...
BEST DINING ROOM IN EASTERN NEVADA.
A. JAC KNOX, Proprietor,
Formerly of the Jackson House, at Hamilton,
White Pine county. o5tf
BUREAU HOTEL,
P. McELROY, Proprietor,
IOITU MAIM BTBIET.
THB UNDERSIGNED HAS FIBBT-GLASS
rooms, which can be rented with or with
out board, on reasonable terms. Attached to
the houee is s flr.t-olaes BAIl-ROOM, where
the beet of
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
May ba obtained.
P. HcEI.BOT.
Eureka, August IS, 1880. anl9-tf
"MORGAN
LODGING HOUSE !
Comer of Bael end Clerk atreeta.
MRS. D. MORGAN, Prop.
The house is centrally located
and haa been newly pepered and painted.
Tbe rooms sre large and airy, and are all well
furnished with the beat of bedding and new
furniture. --
ROOMS AT DIFFERENT PRICES.
laoni to Let by tbe Day, Wbek or
Montb.
tPTIu public ere Invited to examine tbe
Worth Main Street,
MRS. M. P. MURPHY, PROPTR’SS
This hocbe has been newly befit.
ted and renovated throughout- Tbe ta
ble* will be constantly auppllad with every
delicacy to be had In tba market, and prepared
In tbe moet tempting atyle.
HT The proprletreae guarantee! that aha
will aet aa good a tabla aa can be found In
Eureka.
Terms Reasonable.
Eureka, Bept. M, 18gl.aeM'f
RUBY HILL
Boarding House,
John Lacy, Prop.
Boabdebb will be be aocommoda
led with the beet the market affords for
ONE DOLLAR PER DAY.
Bob, Hill, Angnet 8,1881.en4tf
j. b. langstroff,
Merchant Tailor !
Two door. North of iha Weetern Ualoa
Telegraph Office,
North Main Street, - Eureka
Hah Jt'HT beoeived and keeps con
stautl, on hand a naw and wall aalaotad
.took of the lateat pattern, of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC GOODS,
Which he will make up in tha lateat stylea, and
at prices to suit the times.
■^Alteration and repairing will be promptly
attended to.
■oreka. September 90,1880. aSl-tf
jit A 4% A WRKK IN YOUR OWN
>1* Illi town. |5 outfit free. No risk.
Everything new. Capital not
■■ ■■required. We will furnish you
III ■■ Bl everything. Many are making
WW fortunes. Ladies make as
much ss men, and boya and girls make great
pay. Reader, if you want a business at whloh
you can make great pay all the time, write for
particulars to H. HALLKTT k CO., Portland,
Maine. BUM
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
SAMUEL GOLDSTONE,
Attorney and counselor.
at-1,aw. Will praotlce in the State and
Federal Courts. Office in the Courthouse, Eu
reka, Nevada. ol8tf
DAV. E. BAILY,
Attorney at law. ryland'n
building, Bateman street. jy‘24tf
R. M. BEATTY.
Attorney and counsellor
at Lsw. Office—Room 16, Jackson Uonse
Block, Eureka, Nevada. jy8tf
W. H. DAVENPORT,
Attorney at law and din.
trlct Attorney. Civil business attended
to in all the Courts. Office in the Court-house.
! OEO. W. BAKES. * L. WINES.
BAKER & WINES,
Attorneys at law. otfice
lu the Courthouse, Eureka, Nevada.
OEO. W. MERRILL. A. L. FITZGERALD.
MERRILL & FITZGERALD,
Attorneys at law. i»bac
TICE in all the Courts.
Office in the Foley-Rickard Building, over
Wells, Fargo A Co’s Express Office, Main street,
Eureka, Nevada. je6 tt
FREDERICK W. COLE,
Attorney at law. eureka.
Nevada. Office—Sehtieel Building.
C. J. LANSING,
Attorney at law. office in
the Court House.
Eureka, May 20, 1879. my21tf
F. H. HARMON,
Attorney at law. office
At the Aaaeaacr’i office, In the Oonrt
home.
PHYSICIANS,
DR. M. ROCKMAN,
PHYSICIAN AND NURGKON -
Office—Whttton’a building, Clark street,
in rear of Maher ft Manion’a dry gooda store.
dl8tf
DR. A. 0. BISHOP.
PHYSICIAN AND 8URUEON -
Office—Wiiizell’a new brick building,
two doors aonth of the Opera House. o2Qtf
DR. G. H. THOMA,
PHYSICIAN ANUNI'KUEOK. OF■
fice in Sentinel building, np stairs,
rear suite of rooms.
DR J. R. N. OWEN.
PHYSICIAN AND SUBGION KIT.
reka, NeT.dk. Office kt the Turner Houee,
Mels ktreet.
DR. T. W. HUNTINGTON.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON—
Office In Senttnkl building, front rooms,
up stairs. mylfitf
DR. BEAN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON—
Office—At Sweeney a Hotel, Baby Hill,
Be7kde. jeflStf
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
0 l AMILTON, D. D. 8.v
DEN TINT, HOOIN, A FEW
in Clark's new brick building,
corner of Monroe and Clark streets,
Entrance on Clark street.
THOMAS J. READ,
ClYIIe ENGINEER AND V. 8, DEP
uty Mineral Surveyor. Office is Byland's
building, up stairs.
SOCIETIES.
MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 87,1.0.0. F„
Meet every Wednesday evening at
Odd Fellows' Hall, at 7180 o'clock. All
membera of the order, in goo-i standing, are In
vited to attend. J. L. SMITH, N. G.
A. Olives, B. 8.
NT. JOHN'S CHAPTER. NO. 8.
The btated convocations of st.
John's Chapter. No. 6, B. A. M.. will be
held at Masonic Hall, on the Saturday next suc
ceeding the pale of the moon In each month.
All Royal Arch Masons, In good standing, are
eordially Invited to attend.
GEO. W. MERRILL, H. P.
John E. Jones, Secretary.
--
EUREKA LODGE. NO. 18. F. ft A. M.
The stated communications of eu
reka Lodge, No. 18, F. ft A. M.. will be
held in Odd Fellews’ Hall Saturday, on or be
fore the full moon. I
Membera of sister lodges, and sojourning
brethren in good standing, are cordially invit
ed to attend. A. L. FITZGERALD, W. M.
John E. Jones, Secretary.
BEATIFIC LODGE. NO. 7, K. OF P„
Meets each Friday of every
month, at 7 JO o'clock r. u., at lta Castle
Hall, Is the Biokard-Folev building.
All Brother Knights, In good standing, are
fraternally Invited to attend such meetings.
W. H. DAVENPORT, 0.0.
0. H. Cady, K. of B. and 8.
A. O. He
Meets eveby fibst and thibd bat
urday of each month, at their hall,
corner Clark and Edwards streets, at 7 JO
o'clock. PATRICK STANTON, President.
Patrick Hannon, Secretary.
Eureka, July 19,1880. jy90-tf
ALPHA LODGE NO. 1, A. O. U. W.
Meets at the foley and biokard
building every Tuesday evening at 7:30
o'clock. Sojourning brethren in good standing
are invited to attend.
Examining Physician — Dr. G. H. Thoms.
A. E. SHANNON, M. W.
I. 0. C. Whitmoss, Recorder.
CIGAR STORE!
....AT....
JACK PERRY'S CORNER,
j'AUi: HARRIN, Prop.
IMPORTED & DOMESTIC CIGARS
or the Choicest Brands, and the Beet
Tobaccos, Cigarettes and Ruiok
Ing Articles. Etc., Etc.
Enrck., Oct. 1,1881. oltf
DELINQUENT TAXES
Oomrrx Auditor and Becobdeb** Office, 1
Kubbea, Nev.. Nov. 28, 1881. (
•vr°TI0E 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Delinquent Tax List of Eureka County,
State of Nevada, for the flaoal year A. D. 1881,
hit* been deposited with the District Attorney
of aaid County and State, and that unless the
delinquent taxea therein specified are paid te
the Gounty Treasurer and ex-Offlclo Tax Re
ceiver of aald County, within twenty (20) days
from the date hereof, action will be commenced
by the said District Attorney for the collection
or said taxea and coata.
LAMBERT MOLINELLI,
County Auditor, Eureka County, Nevada.
TT7TQ PAPFP HAY be FOUND on FILS
1D10 rArCilV at Geo. P. Rowell k Oo’e
Newspaper Advertising Bureau (10 Spruce St.)
where advertising contracts may be made for
it In NEW YORK.
ftr a. ftOfl Per day at home. Semplee
J)9 TQ JAW worth $5 free. Address Stie
bob Ii Oo., Portland, Heine.
MISCELLANEOUS.
OOMUS!
GRAND
Masquerade Ball
....AT THE....
Eureka Opera Hpuse!
....ON....
Friday Evening, Dec. 130.
The Maskers’ Carnival!
FOUR ELEGANT PRIZES!
(Two for Ladles and two for Gentlemen.)
I-IST OF JPRIZENv
LADIES’—Pair of Bangle Bracelets, fan
monnted, inlaid with gold quartz. Egyp
tian Jewel Case, beautifully chased and
lined with gold; very handsome and at
tractive.
GENTLEMEN’S—Pair Gold Quartz Sleeve
Buttons. Gold Quartz Scarf Pin.
Floor Director:
J. Y. B. PERRY.
Floor Committee:
A. E. TITUS, G. M. SABIN,
G. W. MERRILL, T. J. READ.
All Maskers will be required to raise their
masks before the Committee la
the entree rooms.
Frank Riedeltinth’s Band will fnr
ultih the Mnsie.
TICKETS, for Gentlemen.95 00
Spectator*, reserved neats. 21 00
Tickets for Maskers only obtainable from Ed.
Vanderleith «t the Clerk’s Office,
Courthouse Building.
Reserved Beats may be obtained at the thea
ter box office. BUTTLAR k ALLEN,
dCtd Managers.
Earela aid California
LUMBER COMPANY,
South Main St., Kureka.
California and Nevada
LTJZMZZBIEDIR,,
OF ALL KINDS.
ReSwooi, OrepaaJ SatarPiae
MINING TIMBERS
..iiAID.m
Building Lumber.
A complete assortment of clear and
dreaaed Lumber, Flooring, Bid
ing, Ramie, and other styles ot
Siding, Holding, Lathe, Shingles,
Doors, Sashes, Blinds, etc., ml
trays on hand.
everything at the Lowest
Cash Rates.
GEORGE GAVIN,
WHITTON'B BUILDING, oorner Mala and
Clark atreeta.
Tin and Sheet Iron Worker
Particular attention paid
to Roofing, Plumb*
Ing, Eto.
ST’All work done with dispatch
nnd at the lowest prices.
Eurek., Oct. 1, 1881. oltf
SHEEP FOR SALE!
900. Head of Mutton Sheep
....For Bale at....
D. CALLAHAN'S PLACE,
Twenty Miles Northeast of Austin,
Lander Couuty, Nevada.
Austin, Deo. 8,1881. d8tf
GRIFFIN & ANDRE,
STOCK BROKERS
—AND—
Insurance Agents.
OFFICE IN WELLS, FAISO k CO.'S SUILDINO,
MAIN STREET. EUREKA.
Office hour* from 8 o'clock A. m. to 8 ». u.
NOTICE .
PARTIES INDEBTED TO THE FIRM OF
R. Sadler k Co. will take notice that tha
uuderalgned having purchased all aeeonnta of
the firm, will enforce the collection of the
aame Immediately, nnleea eeMafectory ar
rangements are made. B. BADLER.
Eureka, Nov. SO, lggl. dl tf
PIONEER LODGING HOUSE
This old landmark has recently
been removed to Monroe atreet. two doort
bo th from Bateman. It baa been thoroughly
renovated and refurnished, and la now one of
the cosiest lodging-houses in Eureka. Rooms
by the day. week or month, at the lowest rates.
No stalre to ollmb. Good beds. 60 cents a
night. [dlStf] MRS. S. GOYNE.
Just Received !
T71BESH EGGS—TWO AND A QUARTER
I; dosen for $1. or $13 par case. Aiao, freak
Oy.tera, reduoed t* $1 par cab, at BERG'S, dt
MISCELLANEOUS.
ENLARGED i
....AND....
Prices Reduced
A Great Rash
....TO THE....
SAN FRANCISCO
EUusg Stirs!
SOUTH MAIN ST.,
Next Lautenschlager’s Corner.
I AM NOW PREPARED FOR THE
inspection and snle of the Finest
and Rest Selected Stock of Hoods
that can be found In the Market. I
have taken great pains In select.
Ing them as to styles and qnallty.
Having had an experience In this
line for the last twenty years, I
defy any one In my Hue to compete
with or undersell me. I now offer
to the Public my Immense stork of
Fine Clothing,
GENTS'
FURNISHING GOODS
YOUTH8’ AND BOYS’
SUITS
Also, a vary flue line or
Hosiery, Hats, Caps,
BOOTS AND 8HOE8,
Trunks, Valises, Blankets,
Rubber Goods, Cloves,
and Fancy Goods,
of all kinds.
SSTI have purchased my floods
very low,one-fourth lower than nny
house lu my line on the Coast, as
will be proved by giving me a call.
I will come np to the standard, as I
have represented. It will be a bene
at to those who wish to purchase
floods In my line to examine my
stock before purchasing slsewhere.
I eau convince them as above stated.
QUICK SALES, SMALL PROFITS I
srio Jobbers and Dealers 1 am
prepared to offer Special Induce*
menu. M. KA1IHT.
Eurekt. Oct. at, 1881. olStf
THE BAZAR!
....AND....
EMPORIUM OF FASHION
....IN THE....
GENTS’ CLOTHING!
....AND....
Furnishing Line
REMEMBER THE
NEW DEPARTMENTS!
....NOW READ'S ARE....
Teeming with Novelties
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EVERT DESCRIPTION !
tf MY AIM la to make my House
a reaort for that Important class or
consumers who desire to secnre
Popular, Fashionable and First
Class Goods tor the very LOWEST
PRICE at which It Is possible to ob
tain them. I will sell this Fall and
Winter the Finest Clothing and
Gents' Underwear, Boys' Knits,
Hats, Caps, Doom, Shoes, Blankets,
QuIlM, Trunks, Valises, at
fURTNER COMMENT UNNECESSARY.
D. NATHAN,
Proprlstor and Manager ol Uasar,
Beat to Paxtoa’e * Co.'s Bank, otts
TICKET FOR SAUL
A FIRST-CLASS TICKET FROM PALIS
ade to Tucson, Arizona, and good for
any point In tho Territory. Apply to
CHARLES GRAHAM,
Eureka, Dec. 16,1881. dl7tf Empire Saloon.
THE EUREKA SENTINEL MfoAuIdBJ
Meat Ur. J. n Bates' Advertising Agency. No.
41 Perk Bow. (Times Bntldlug) New York, who
la enthorlaed to contract for advertising end
aabacrlptloaa tothls paper.
TEMTKR»Arn NTUC1A HALM,
■an Francisco A Hock Exchange.
MORNINO BOARD.
305 Ophir—6* 6*
215 Mexican—0* 10
1350 Gould A Carry—480 470 460 465
170 Best A Belcher—7* 8 7*
180 California—40c
275 Savage-2*
250 Con. Virginia—1* 145 140
250 Chollar—130
520 Potosi—155 160 165
110 Hale A Norcrosg—205 210
100 Crown Point—110
235 Yellow Jacket—370 3* 380
200 Belcher—190
100 Confidence—230 2*
130 S. Nevada—10 9*
10 Utah- 6*
430 Bullion—135
250 Exchequer—1
420 Overman—1* 145
20 8eg. Belcher—5
100 Justice—70c
740 Union—15* 15* 15 15* b5 15*
485 Alts—430 4 * 420 415
300 Silver Hill—25o
300 Benton—80c
220 Golden Gate—220
250 Begent— 20c
100 Curtis—1*
190 Scorpion—115
60 Andes—90o
AFTERNOON BOARD.
55 Eureka Con.—13*
300 Navajo—15o
300 Albion—ICO
100 Eureka Tunnel—2*
75 E. Mt. Diablo—40o
50 Bodie—3
100 Beohtel—15c
|200 Conoordia—1*
|100 Mono—70o
}400 Oro—25c 20o
|440 M. White-2*
50 Noonday—25o .
200 Head Center—50o
100 Silver King—18*
CLOIIXU QUOTATIONS.
Union 14ks 14?sS 14kb 145B», Opliir
6b, Savage 2b, Yellow Jacket 360b 370a,
Exchequer lb, Mexican 9ks 9kb 9kn,
Scorpion 110b, Potosi lka, Benton 75b
80a, Justice 65b, Utah 6kl>, Best A Bel
cher 7 ka, Gould A Curry 440s 430a,
Andes 90s, Belcher 170b 175a, Alta 410s,
Overman 140s Iks, 8. Nevada 9kb 95sa.
E. A P. PASSENOEB TRAVEL
DEPARTURE* YESTERDAY MOBNIKO.
Mm McCormack
Misa Daley
Mm W Wauldwin
J E Smith
B Zeile
Mrs H N Fletcher
Miss 8 Daley
J W Windmlllcr
I Alexander
G Zanoll
ARRIVALS LAST NIGHT.
Wm Qojn
Mre A Burkett
A MoArthur
Mrt B Wallti A cb
Mis* F Keeos
L Hill
BOHANTIC.
Interesting Incidents About the At*
toruey General'* Wife.
Should Mr. Brewster be appelated At
torney-General, his wife,after many strange
vlolsaitudes, will again become a member
of a Cabinet household. She it the daughter
of the late Bobert J. Walker, who, during
her ohlldhood, was Secretary of the 1 rcas
ury. I knew Mary Walker ae the gayest
flrl in Washington when Buchanan was
resident. She used to ride on horseback
with a handsome young man from New
Orleans named Be Leon. lie was a brother
of Mra. Slidell, whose husband was at that
time a Senator from Louisiana. She mar
ried Mr. Be Leon and went with the Slidell's
to Franoe, when the Senator was appointed
Minister by tbe Southern Confederacy.
The mairtago wae unhappy, and a few
years after the war was over Mrs. Be
Leon returned to this city and lived
with her widd#ed mother. The
family had lost fortune aDd poaltion;
the still youthful and handsome Mrs. Be
Leon, through tbe influence of old friends,
obtained a clerkship in the Internal Rev
enue Un't.d States Treasury Bepartment.
While there, Mr. Brewster’s law business
brought him to tbe Treasury and he saw
Mrs. Be Leon. Not long afterward thero
was a change of Administrations; Grant
came in and Boutwell became Secretary of
the Treasury. A daughter of Chief Justice
Taney and tho daughter of Robert J.
Walker were dismissed because tbe new
Secretary did not like the politics of their
dead fathers; therefore these excellent
ladies were made to suffer. A few months
afterward, says a correspondent of tbe
Louisville Journal, I was at the West End
Hotel, Long Branch, and was shown a
suite of elegantly fitted up rooms. These
apartments were tor a bridal couple,
and tbe gallant groom had sent a piano
and rich furniture from Philadelphia.
The bride and groom were Mr. and Mrs.
Brewster. Mary Walker again enjoying
affluence.
THE VETERANS’ HOME.
Iu teres tint; Finn of Fntnro Opera*
lions—829,681 Already Rnlsctl.
The gentlemen in charge of the Veterans'
Home Fund, says the San Francisco Stock
Report, hare every reason to be satisfied
with the result of their labors. Until Sat
urday last there was actually subscribed
in San Francisco and 31 interior places,
$29,681. The 31 places represent lees
than one-fortieth of those to be heard
from. It is confidently expected, in fact
it is assured, that every town on the coast
will subscribe, no matter how small the
sum. It is only necessary for $60,000 to
be raised to insure the establishment of
the Home, and there is no longer the
slightest doubt as to the raising of that
amount within three months. No thor
ough canvass of this city has yet been
made, and the committees have held aloof
from approaching our capitalists until the
Horae should be more than a mere idea.
They will be seen, and the city districted
and thoroughly canvassed immediately
after the holidays. Captain GoodRl.
President of the Home Advisory Board,
has selected three members of tho Execu
tive Committee to co-operate with him,
vis: Messrs. Taber, F. Whittier and Chan
cellor Hartshorn, with one member yet to
bo added. This Executive Committee is
now selecting an Advisory Board of 10
prominent citizens, to which each G. A.
R. Post aud each Mexican Veterans’ Asso
ciation is entitled to add a member.
Hlgbtoned Oratory.
The Hon. George Washington Shakes
peare, Assemblyman to the Nevada Legis
lature from Esmeralda County, is visiting
Ban Francisco. Fred. Hart writes him up
and reproduces a celebrated speech he
mafic in the Legislature some years ago :
Mr. Speaker: In the ancient days of
Greeoe and Rome, tn the British Parlia
ment, in the halls of the American Con
gress, it has always been customary to
have paintings and other soulptnary of the
great statesmen of the country, and I de
mand that the great State of Nevada shall
not be behind in this age of progress. Mr.
Speaker, I shall vote for the bill; the
paiutere of these pictures here are friends
of mine, and they can ont-paint any two
men in the State on any kind of a picture,
from a barber-pole to a grizzly b’ar.

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