_EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL
VOL. XXIV.__EUREKA. NEVADA, SUNDAY MORNING. JANUARY 7, 1883. NO. 5
Eureka SJailg Sentinel,
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0 M. FASSETT.Rub5'mHili
MRS J.F. CUPID.Ward
W*. s! MAHCHANT.Palisade, Nev.
JAMES U. DOYLE.ilamilton
Oil A."4 B STREITBERGER.Tybo
1 S SOOTT Bristol, Lincoln County, Nev.
n ftinrvoWET’j.Winneiuucca, Nev.
OlfllOND .V LOVETT.Ot.h
a M B YRSES.Central City, D. T.
utavfY .Binybam Cauyou, Utah
XV unlMONS .San Miguel. Cal.
miinl KS W CBANF., No. 318 Pine street and
f0 Le deadoTff a“reet.’Boom3?. la Sole Agent
Wror he Euhkka Daily and Weekly Sentinfl
in San Francisco. Persona in that city hay.
inc business with thiB office are requested to
communicate with him.
West side SOUTH MAIN STREET.
The Fluest tlnolitieH of
EEF, ^81 MUTTON,
Pork, Sausage, Head-Cheese,
Constantly on hand.
FRESH FAT AND JUICY MEATS,
Of all descriptions, th«* best in the laud, and
cheat*** th *n the cheapest,
At Wholesale and Retail.
Eureka, June 6, 1882. j©7tf
8. O. WELLS. J. n. SHOEMAKER. THOS. HALEY.
S. 0. WELLS 4 CO.,
PROPRIETORS OF THE
Just South of the Opera House,
RETAIL and WHOLESALE. Also, the finest
SAUSAGE manufactured in the State.
This is the Market for epicures. nlOtf
NAVY SOAP Co.'s
TOILET AND LAUNDRY
Best in the World!
Economical * Eraslve, Healing.
Will Waah in All Kind* of Water'
Office—Nos. 84 and 36 California street, 8. F.
Factory, Oakland, fintf
Application for Homestead.
U. 8. Land Office, 1
^ Eureka, Nev.. Jan. 8, 1883. f
Notice la hereby given that the following
named settle* has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim,
and that said proof will be made before the
Register and Receiver of the United States
Land Office at Eureka, Nevada, on WEDNE9
DAY, FEB. 7,18*3. viz: Homstead Application
No. 100, Gilbert T. Purdy for the 8W H of «E
\ and E * of HE H of Section 34, and NW
of 8W M of Section 35. Township 11 North of
Range 58 Eaat, M. D M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
ms continuous residence upon, and cultivation
or, said land, viz:
Alexander McCullough, of Nye County. Nev.
Joseph 8 a horn, of Nye County. Nev.
R. Sadler, of Eureka County, Nev.
rhos. Fitzpatrick, of Eureka. County. Nev.
Jai jQd F. H. HINCKLEY, Register.
T*S prrB**I0 1H INFORMED THAT WE
state *** flwaa* llv«r* turnouts in th«
rockaways, barouches, bug
gies, CARRIAGES, ETC.,
me most elagaut in the land, just reoslvtd
trom San Francisco. Our horses, also, are un.
th.-passed. In short that# la no stsbls on ths
^aoiflo Coast, oertainly none In this asotlon,
lhat oan oompsrs with It. There la no other
stable in Enreks that has a rig tt for a fish
everything is new.
W. H. HWKEHKT. |
■ankt, Oot. M, 1881. oMU
Restaurant and Mery.
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO PBEPAB
SUPPERS FOR BALLS AND PARTIES.
BOARD PER WEEK, 80.
W OPEN DAY AND NIGHT, _jr*
Frcsli Oysters In Every Style.
Dining Rooms Conducted in First
FRESH BREAD,“PIES AND CAKES
Supplied at the shortest notice.
Eureka, Sept. 10,1881. solltf
CORNER CHOP - STANS,
In the rear of the old Oorner Saloon.
PRAMENKO & BALLICH,
The finest the market affords
always served to customers.
Fowl, Wild Maine, Fish, Oysters,
Prepared In the most tempting style.
leak at all Hours of the Day o* Night
Private Booms for Dinner Parties.
For every delicacy of the season, go to the
Enreka, April 7, 1880. a8 tf
Chop House and Confectionery
Main 8t., two Doors North 01 Johnson’s,
BROWN A MOO FREY, Proprietors.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
OYSTERS RECEIVED DAILY BY EXPREB8,
and all the delloaoles of the market kept
constantly on hand.
ELEGANT PRIVATE ROOMS.
The only place In Eureka where Caudy Is
manufactured. Fresh and Choice Candles for
4*le, either wholesale or retail. d38tf
HlTTOH'B BUILDING, corner M*S* »nd
Tin and Sheet Iron Worker
Particular attention paid
to Roofing, Plumb
fiTAn work done with dispatch
and at the lowest prices.
Enreka, Oct. 1,1881. oltf
JAKE HARMS, Prop.
IMPORTED £ DOMESTIC CIGARS
Of the Cholera* Brand*, and the Heat
Tobacco*, Cigarette* and Smok
ing Article*, Etc., Etc.
Eureka, Sept. 12, 1882. _se!2tf
Main Street, Eureka.
The Fluest Stock or
VINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS.
Boca Beer a Specialty.
A FINE LUNCH EVERY DAY.
M. C. KANTEJT.
Eureka, Nov. 10, 1883. nlltf
Real We & Collection Ipcy
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Transacts a general real estate
and Collection Business ; Draws and Ao
knowledges Instruments; Examines Titles]
Furnishes Abstracts of Mines and Real Estate;
Examines and Reports upon Mines ; Collects
Beuts ; and, in fact, will attend to any legltl.
mate business In which there is a fee.
E. J. BUTLER.
OfRre In Semixxri. building, Eureka, Nev.
ST Refers to any and all the business men
Eureka. Oot. 2«1.1880. 'tf'M#
Reerll & Waldvogel’s
ID .A. I IR» *3T .
PURE MILK AND CREAM I
SERVED IN ANT QUANTITY TO SUIT
Persons wishing Milk or Cream, can notify
the drivers of our wagons.
REGLI * WALDVOGEL.
Buraks, November 18 1878. ulO
HOTELS AND LODGINGS.
The Jackson House.
Only Fire-Proof Hotel in Eastern
MAIN STREET, EUREKA.
I1HE ROOMS ARE HARD FINISHED, NEW
ly and elegantly furnished, and are spa
Single Rooms or in Suites.
Gas in All the Booms.
Connected with the Hotel is the
FINEST BAR-ROOM IN THE STATE
BEST DININ6 BOOM IN EASTEBN NEVADA.
A. JACKSON, Proprietor,
Formerly of the Jackson House, at Hamilton,
White Pine county. o5tf
Pete Knight. Matt Kyle.
THE PARKER HOUSE
Knight & Kyle, Props.
11HI8 HOUSE WILL BE KEPT FIRST
. class, and everything done fur the accom
modation and to assure the comfort of guests.
Rooms single or en suite.
Attached to the house is a first class
*yThe BAR has a fine reputation, and noth
ing hut the best Liquors, Wines and Cigars
will be kept.
ftyOmnibuses will take passengers to and
from the depot.
Eureka, May 1, 1882. m2tf
THE TURNER HOUSE
B. J. TURNER, Proprietor,
SOUTH MAIN STREET.
This old established hotel has
just undergone thorough repair, and is
kept first-class. Everything will be done for
the oomfort and accommodation of guests.
Rooms Single or In Suites. Lodgings—50
oents, 75 cents, and $1
Attached to the House Is a First
The Bar la stocked with the beat brands of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
The Railroad Coach talces Passeii
gers to and from the Depot.
Corner of Bnel and Clark streets,
MRS. 0. MORGAN, Prop.
The house is oihtbai.lv located
and has been newly papered and painted.
The rooms are large and airy, and are all well
furnished with tho best of bedding and new
ROOMS AT DIFFERENT PRICES.
Rooms to Let by the Day, Week or
•ST"The pnblio are invited to examine the
rooms and prloea.
The railroad ’busses carry passengers to and
from this house daily.
Eureka, Nov. 22, 1882. n23tf
San Francisco House
P. S. <4 IT AID.Proprietor.
Main street, Two Doors north of Clark, Eu
The house is centrally located,
and has undergone thorough repair, and
everything will be done for the comfortable
accommodation of guests.
Nhtooini single or en suite. Rooms to let
by the day, week or month. Single beds, 50o.
•7‘0mnibus&s will tako passengers to and
from the depot. House open all night, and
calls made at all hoars.
Eureka, May IS, 1R82. 14tf
Having leased the above hotel i
solicit the patronage of my friends and
of the general public, In return for whl« h I
Passengers from Eureka, going West, have
forty minutes, and those going East all day in
MRS. R. S. CONLEY.
Palisade, Sept. 20,18S2. se21tf
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every patentee understands.
This large and splendidly illustrated news
paper is published WEEKLY at $3 20 a year,
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In Oeorge Tonng’M Oansmltli Shop,
WATCHMAKER. JEWELER AND O-,.
Engraver. Repairing of watohea,
Jewelry, and Engraving done in a " "’tbf
workmanlike manner. English watch tsjr
repairing a specialty..
Enreka. April 2. 1881. *p3tf
ffl1) A WEEK. $12 a day at home easily
4> I« made. Costly outfit free, Address Tars
*Oo., August* My ns.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
LANSING & MITCHELL,
AT TO RN El'S AN If C OUNSELORS
AT-LAW. Office — “ Ryland’a Brick,”
opposite Jackson House, Eureka, Nev. nlOtf
DAV. E. BAILY,
Attorney at law, k yean its
building, Bateman street. .iy24tf
R. M. BEATTY,
Attorney and counsellor
at Law. Office—Room 1G, Jackson House
Block, Eureka, Nevuda. jy8tf
QEO. W. BAKER. J. L. WINES.
BAKER & WINES,
Attorneys at law. office
in the Courthouse, Eureka, Nevada.
QEO. w. MERRILL, A. L. FITZGERALD.
MERRILL & FITZGERALD,
Attorneys at law. pkac
TICE in all the Courts.
Office in the Foley-liickard Building, over
Wells, Fargo & Co’s Express Office, Main atreet,
Eureka, Nevada. je5 tf
F. H. HARMON,
Attorney at law. office
At the Assessor’s office, in the Court
DR. H. HAGAB. DR. A. C. BISHOP.
BISHOP & HAGAR,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS—
Office—Whltton’s new brick building,
Clark street, between Main and Duel. je25tf
J. H. REECE, M, D.,
Has had 30 year’s experience in private
and hospital practice. Chronic diseases a
specialty. Office—Second door north of Clark
on Edwards street. je6 lm*
DR. G. H. THOMA,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OF
flee in Sentinel building, up stairs,
rear suite of rooms.
DR J. R. N. OWEN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON £U
reka, Nevada. Office at the Turner House.
WALTER S. LONG,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND U. S. DEP
uty Mineral Surveyor. Office—Room No.
5, Clark’s brick building, corner Clark and
Monice streets. jo2ltf
C HAMILTON, D. D. S„
Dentist, roo.ws, a few
In Olark’s now brick building.
corner of Monroe and raarir streets, '^ClOT
Entrance on Clark street.
THOMAS J. READ,
Civil engineer and u. s« rep
uty Mineral Surveyor. Office in RylAnd’s
building, np stairs.
Regular convocation of eureka
Oomraandery No. 2. Knights Templar,
held every seco :d and fourth Monday evenings
of each month. J. N. HILL, Recorder.
EUREKA LODGE, No. 22,1. O. O. F.
Meet at the foley a riokard
Building every Thursday evening at 8
o’clock. Brethren in good standing are cor
dially invited to attend.
J. DAVIDSON. N. G.
w. H. Dayrnport, Rec. and Per. Secretary. fl4
MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 27,1. O. O.F.
Meet every we ne3day evening
at Odd Fellows' Hall, at 7 o’clock. All
members of the order, in good standing, are
invited to attend. J. W. 9MYTH, N. G.
W.S. BEARD, R. 8.
ST. JOHN’S CHAPTER^ NO. 5.
The stated convocations of st.
John’s Chapter, No. 8. B. A. M., will be
held at Masonic Hall, on the Saturday next sno
ooeding the pale of the moon In eaoh month.
All Royal Aroh Mt.oni, in flood standing. MO
cordially Invited to attend.
GEO. W. MERRILL, H. P.
John E. Jonhs, Secretary.
EUREKA LOOSE, SO. 18, F. rt- A. !*J.
The stated communications of eu.
reka Lodge, Ho. IB, F. A A. M., will be
held In Odd Fellows' Hall Satnrday, on or he*
fore the full moon.
Members of slater lodges, and sojourning
brethren In good standing, are cordially lnvlt*
ed to attend. A. L. FITZGERALD, W. M.
John E. Jonhs, Secretary.
BEATIFIC LOUUI, WO. 7, K. OF P.,
Meets eaoh Friday of every
month, at 7:30 o'olook p. as., at Its Osstla
Hall, In the Blokard-Folev building.
All Brother Knlghta, in good standing, are
raternally Invited to attend snob meeting!.
W. H. DAVENPORT, 0. 0.
0. H. Cant, E, of U. and S.
A. O. IK.
MBETB EVERY FIRST AND THIRD SAT
nr day of eaoh month, at their hall,
comer Clark and Edwards streets, at 7:80
o'clock. PATRICK STANTON, President.
Paxiuok Hawnoh, Secretary.
Earoka, July 19,1880. Jy20-tf
BASE RANGE COUNCIL No. 2, I.
O. C. F.,
Meets at odd pellows’ hall the
first and third Tuesdays of each month,
at 7:30 p.m. Members in good standing are
invited to attend. E. J. BUTLER, 0. 0.
O. G. Hubbaud, Secretary. jy.SOtf
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX
lstlng between the undersigned, in the
charcoal and wood business in Eureka County,
bas been dissolved by mutual consent. Doral
nlco Zunino will continue the business on his
own account, and will not b » responsible for
any debts contracted by the other parties.
Summit, E. k P. R. fi., Dec. 10.1883. dlO-lm !
fioarflii-HM For Sale.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEING IN POOR
health is dea'rous of disposing of her
business on Ruby Hill. The house is doing a
good business, and has seventy regular board
ere. For particulars, apply to
Ruby Hill, July 14,1889. jylStf
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
taxes on the prooeeds of the mines of
Eureka County for the quarter ending Sept.
SO. 1882, are now due and payable to me at my
office in Eureka; aud the law In regard to the
same will be atriotly enforoed.
0. 0. WALLACE.
nlft-lm Assessor of Eureka County.
C. W. CRANE,
ESTABLISHED IN 1873.
PERSONS RESIDING AWAY FROM BAN
Francisco, in want of any article of Mor
chandtse, great or small, can have their orders
Ailed promptly, and at the very lowest cash
prices, by addressing the undersigned.
0. W. CRANE,
816 Pine Street, Room 89, San Franclaoo, Oak
Eureka, July 14,1880. jjrSMf
BREWERIES AND SALOONS.
Consolation for the Defeated!
Joy for the Successful!
All parties are Invited to the
Second door below the old International
LAMOTTE & PREVOST,
We pride ourselves on our brands of
LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
Eureka, Oct. 7, 1882. o8tf
The Oriental Saloon,
COR. MAIN & BATEMAN STS., EUREKA.
DAVE ROSENBERU, : Proprietor
STEVE MALONEY, : Mixologist
THE BEST BRANDS OF
Liquors as“ Cigars
Can at all times be found at this estab
lishment for ONE BIT.
A share of the public patronage is solicited,
IURST GLASS IN ALL ITS APPOINT
ments. Connected with the house is a
comfortable PRIVATE CLUB ROOM.
Hot Lunches Daily
From 12 to 4 o’clock. The following is a list
MONDAY—Oyster Soup and Beef a la Alma.
TUESDAY—Vegetable Soup, Corned Beef and
WEDNESDAY—Noodle Soup and Roast Beef.
TH LRSDAY—Beau Soup, Sour Kraut, Sausages
FRIDAY—Clam Chowder and Fish.
SATURDAY—Earth AppleSoup.Boiled Tongue,
Pork and Beans, Potatoes, and such Vegetables
as the market affords daily.
This Lnucli is 25 Cents, and entitles
you to a drink at the Bar.
Corner of Main and Clark Streets, Eureka, Nev.
mhl4tf O. DUNKEL, Manager.
NEXT DOOR TO COURTHOUSE, EUREKA.
....THE BEST OF....
WINES, WHISKIES AND CIGARS
Served Over (he TBar.
FREE LUNCHES DAILY.
DRINKS 12 H CENTS.
Eureka, Feb. 20. 1882. f2ltf
Halil Street, Eureka.]
LUTHER CLARK, - - Prop.
This saloon has been reopened,
and la the finest accoutred establishment
of the kind in Eureka. None but the very fin
est brands of Liquors and Olgars will be fur
nished our customers.
The Oard Room In elegant and comfortable.
The Tiger whlnkn abont " upon the green " in
the rear of the saloon proper, whloh is second
to none In Nevada. apl2-tf
JACK PERRY’S SALOON,
Main and Bateman Streets
Wines, Liquors and Ciscars
Obtainable in the San Franolsco market con
stantly on hand.
Eureka, August 10,1878. aulO-tf
The Empire Saloon.
GRAHAM i CO., PROPRIETORS.
This new and attractive resort
has Just been opened, an«l is one of the
finest establishments of the kind In Eureka.
Connected with the house are cosy and com
And the Gaming Department is complete In ev
None but the choicest and very best of Li
quors end Cigars will bs dispensed to patrone.
DRINKS, 13* CENTS.
Eureka. Feb. 8,1881. feb4tf
THE UBHEM IM MKVAUA.
IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
THE BEST BRANDS OF
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGANS.
JOE MEHBia. Ffoptiatoa.
EUREKA AND PALISADE
On and after May lv 1881
A. IT AST TRAIN
WILL BUN FOB
Passeuifers, Malls, and Express
ONLY, AND WILL
Leave Eureka Daily at...4:55 a. m
Arrive at Palisade at.9:00 A. M.
Making connection with
East and West Bonnd Trains of tbe
Central Pacific Railroad.
Leave Palisade Daily at...6:40 p.m.
Arrive at Eureka at..10:55 p. m.
Freight and Accommodation Train:
Leaves Eureka dally at.3KX) a. m.
Arrives at Palisade at.3:30 p. a.
LeaveB Palisade dally at.o30 a. m.
Arrives at Eureka at.G:*0 p. a
WILL DELIYEB FREIGHT AT
And all points south, by Its teams, with care
and dispatch, and at the lowest rates.
P. EVERTS, General Sup’t.
Eureka. Deoember 39,1879.
Gilmer Salisbury & Co.’s
STAGES WILL LEAVE EUREKA DAILY
(Sundays excepted) toi Tybo and Bel.
mont, making direct conneotlon at Belmont
on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday for
Grautavllle, Candelaria, Wads
worth, Anstin and Carson A Colo
rado Railroad, at Lunlng, connect
ing with the Virginia a Trochee
and C. P. Railroad.
TRI-WEEKLY STAGE LINE.
Through to Pioohe in 36 Honri.
Only one night on the road.
Leave Eureka Sundays, Tu«*'-ays and Thurs
days for Hamilton, Cherry Creek, Ward, Bris
tol and Pioohe.
Dally stages from Pioohe to Silver Beef, Bea
ver and terminus of Utsh Southern Bailrosd.
Carrying V, §. Mall and Wells, Far
go * Co.’s Express.
W. E. DAVIDSON, Agent.
Office in Postoffloe Building. Je33tf
Eureka and California
North Main 8t., Eureka,
(Below the Eureka Cou. Slav
California and Nevada
HiTJlvr IB IE3 IR,,
OF ALL KINDS.
Bedvood, Oreson aid Suar Fine
A complete oasortment of clear end
deemed Lumber, Flooring, Bid
ing, Hu.tie, and other style, ot
Biding, Molding, Laths, Shingles,
Doors, Boehm, Blinds, ete„ al
ways on hand.
Everything at the Lowest
If you have a flue or complicated watch or
clock, a music box, an automaton singing bird
or any other delicate and intricate piece o
mechanism needing repairs, go to
unronometer. watch and clcckmaker
Jewelry neatly repaired.
All work warranted to irive perfoet aatisfac.
Hon or positively no charge. o2
DRUGS and medicines.
F. J. SCHNEIDER^
EAST SIDE MAIN STREET, THIRD OOOR
SOUTH OF CLARK.
AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY OB NIGHT
Drugs and Medicines,
—Promptly attended to—
I have also a Full Line of
Perfumery, Toilet Articles^
Hair Brushes, Tooth Brushes, STal
and Bath Brashes, etc..
And In fact everything usually found In a first
class Drug Store.
F. J. 80HNEIDEB,
Eureka, June 14,1880. Janl5 tf
CITY DRUG STORE
Nearly opposite Paxton & Co.'s Bank.
MAIN STREET, - - - EUREKA.
H. A. MARTIN,
m7latf Proprietor. "
PAXTON A CO.,
J^P.AW AT SIGHT, IN SUMS TO SUIT, ON
Anglo-Californiaa Bank.....flan Francisco
J. & W. Beligman & Co.New Fork
D. O. Mills A Oo. .Sacramento
Decker A Jewett....Marysvillj
White A iloOorniok...,.....Bait LakeClt
Discount Commercial Paper, Make Coilee*
ttons, Receive Deposits In Ooin or Currency OB
open account, certificate, or special deposit,
A GENERAL BANKING BI'SINENS.
Mining Stocks Bought and Bold on Com*
Wll Pine County Bank,
(In Woodruff A Eunor’a Building)
Y. W. CLUTE, E. WOODRUFF.
Tt.DB.ct . Oeuer.l R.r:>ir« &d.i da.., ®
Draw at sight on Woiis, Fargo A Oo., San
Franclaoo, New York and London.
Stocks bought and sold on Oommi«lon.
Local Agency for Hutchinson A Mann Fire
Insurance Companies. myl4 tf
Boot and Shoemaker
....HAS REMOVED TO....
V. UHL'S OLD SHOP,
Baat Side Lower Main Street, near Western
Union Telegraph Ofilce.
Boots and shoes made to order,
and a perfect fit gn*rant>H«d. Mending
and repairing done on short order.
•iT Mr. Ohl haa turned over hi* entire one
tom to me. and 1 hope to merit a continuance
of tbeaainc. ANTONS FARmaKIm.
Bareka, April IS, 1881. aplfltf
Work Horses, Mules,
Harness and Wagons.
•STThey Can be pnrrhane.l either
by team* in emuplete ruunlnjr orfc
der. or In namben to salt. For par*
Ueulnra Apply to
R. B.% IU.KK.
Eureka, April 37,1885. al'Htf
BARBERSH O P
Whitton’s Brick Bnilding.
IVSIST or HILT lAPLOYYD.I*
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