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EUREK A DAILY SENTINEL
VOL.. XXIV. EUREKA, NEVADA. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 10. 1883. NO. 7
Orurt'ka EJailn Sentinel,
OBLISHED EVERY MORNING (MONBAYS EXCEPT
ED) BY
CASSIDY & SKILLMAN.
SKIIXMAlt. _ QKO. W. CASSIDY.
Office—Corner of Monroe end Bateman streets.
TEEMS OF "SUBSCRIPTION:
SS:SS?3£i=:s
No papers forwarded until paid far.
TERMS OF WEEKLY:
One copy, one year.. .*5
One copy, three months. 1
AGENTS:
c. m. f-^sETT....
Jf“p-oouJmaN (.CO.. • ••rl?.ohe
j ,,. juih aNT .Palisade, Nev.
cm oS: ::-"'.Hamilton
•JAMI’.; o.vu.Belmont
OT SSB STRLiTBBlVdER.Tybo
m HOUTT Bristol, Lincoln County. Nev.
L' h'cTtPVf.wi-TH .Winneraucca. Nev.
V- UICKARD :r:v:v:..... stiver Reef, Utah
J# lvrOVLTT .Frisco, Utah
°‘m ,UR?BB ....'...Central City, D. T.
d' -aVEY* .Bingham Canyon, Utah
!■ .San Miguel, Cal.
W. SIMMONS. Bellevue. Idaho
w. uallls...--- -"-;"";".Bodie. c,l.
M. -‘■'•.‘i’J w1"('RANe’No. 318 Pino etreet and
CHARLES W-CRANE m 3g_ ,, 8ole Agent
10 Lcidesdorn etre , ^ , Weekly Hentinki,
,torC Francisco4 Persons in that city hay
Lvalues”with this office are requested to
communieato with him.
meat markets.
MLIFORJIH MARKET!
West side SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Wm. Sholderer,
Froprletor.
rite riuoMt Qualities of
EE F,
MUTTON,
Pork, Sausage, Head-Cheese,
Constantly on hand.
RES!! RT AND JUICY MEATS,
Of all description*, the best in the land, »Dd
cheai°r than the cheapest,
At Wholesale and Ketall.
EnreXa, June 6,1882. je7tf
S. O. WELLS. J. H. SHOEMAKEB. THOS. HALE'S.
S. 0. WELLS A CO.,
PROPRIETORS OF THE
EUREKA MARKET,
Just South of the Opera Home,
EUREKA,.NEVADA.
FINEST
Beef, Mutton & Pork
la tho murlu-t.
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
O A. 3P !
Best In the World I
TRY IT.
Economical' Eraslve, Healing.
Will Wash in All Kind* of Wator
Office—Nos 34 and 36 California street, S. F.
Faotory, Oakland, flfttf
Application for Homestead.
U. 8. Lah •> Office, Y
Ettbkka, Nev., Jan. 8, 1888.I
Notice is hereby givea that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his intention
to make final proof In support of his olalm,
and that said proof will be made before the
Register and Receiver of the United States
Land Office at Eureka, Nevada, on WEDNE8
DAY, FEB. 7,18*3. viz: Homatead Application
No. 100, Gilbert T. Purdy for the 8W 1* of 8E
M and E 5* of SE of Section 34, and NW M
of SW M of Section 85. Township 11 North of
Rango 58 East, M. D. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, and cultivation
of, said land, viz:
Alexander McCullough, of Nye County, Nev.
Joseph Sahorn, of Nye County, Nev.
R. Sadler, of Eureka County, Nev.
3hoa. Fitzpatrlok, of Eureka. County, Nev.
JO-30* F. H. HINCKLEY, ReRint,r.
The public is ihfobmkd that we
B|rt *&• Bneet livery turnout. In the
sqckaways, barouches, bug
gies, CARRIAGES, ETC.,
the moit elegant In the land, jnat reoelved
froa) Han Vrancieoo. Oar horses, alio, artym.
surpassed. Ivi short there la uo stable on the
Pacific Qoaat, certainly Bona In this section,
that can compare with it. There la no other
stable In Eureka that has a rig flt for a fish
wagon.
EVERYTHING IS NEW.
W. H. SWEKNIT.
Hureke, Oot. K, 1M1. oWU
MISCELLANEOUS.
Sealed Proposals.
T^TOTIOE 18 HEREBY GIVEN BY THE
H Board of County Commissioner* of Eu
reka County, Nevada, that sealed proposals
will be received by said Board of County Com
missioners up to 12 o’clock on the FIFTH DAY
OF FEBRUARY, A. D. 1883, for properly car
ing for, minting and furnishing proper and
suitable food for the indigent sick of Enroka
Comity, Nevada, being at the County Hospital
of said Eureka County, from th- 7th day of
February, 1883, to the 7th day of February,
1884.
Each bid must be for properly caring for,
nursing and furnishing proper and suitable
food for each of said indigent sick persons per
diem during the time said persons may re
main in said Hospital, and also lor keeping
the buildings, rooms and grounds of said Hos
pital in acleauly and proper condition.
The party whoso bid 6hall be accepted shall
enter into a written contract with the afore
said Board of County Commissioners to per
form the above mentioned services and do the
above mentioned things.
Each party submitting a bid must accompany
bis bid with a good and sufficient bond, with
two or more sureties, to be approved by said
Board, in the sum of Three Thousand Dollars, 1
United States gold coin, payable to the County
of Eureka, State of Nevada, and conditioned
for the faithful performance of his contract.
Said contract will be let to the lowest re
sponsible bidder.
Accounts on said contracts will be audited
and allowed monthly after the service has been
rendered.
The said Beard of County Commissioners re
serve the right to reject any and all bids.
Sealed proposals will be opened And exam
ined by said Board of County Commissioners
on the 7th day of February, A. D. 1883.
Witness my hand and the seal of
( skat, i said Board this Gth day of Jau
l J uarry, A. D. 1883.
^-^0 ^ M. G. CAVANAUGH,
Clerk of Board of County Commissioners of
Eureka County, Nevada. ja7td
Sealed Proposals.
'VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE
Board of County Commi sioners of Eu
reka County, Nevada, that sealed proposals
will be received by said Board of County Com
missioners up to 12 o'clock on the FIFTH DAY
OF FEBRUARY, A. D. 1833.for providing med
ical services and medicines for the indigent
sick of Eureka County, Nevada, being at the
1 County Hospital of said Eureka County, from
the 7th day of February, 1883, to tho 7th day of
February, 1884.
Each bid must be for medical services and
medicines for the indigent sick during the
time said persons may remain in the Hospital.
The party whose bid shall be accepted shall
enter into a written contract with the afore
said Board of County Commissioners to per
form the above mentioned services and do the
above mentioned things.
Each party submitting a bid must accom
pany his bid with 8 good and sufficient bond,
with two or more sureties, to be approved by
said Board, in the sum of One Thousand Dol
lars. United States gold c in, payable to the
County of Eureka, State of Nevada, and con
ditioned for the faithful performance of his
contract.
Said contract will be let to the lowest re
sponsible bidder.
Accounts on said contract to be audited and
allowed monthly, after the service has been
rendered.
The s .id Board of County Commissioners re
serve the right to reject any and all bids.
Sealed proposals will be opened and exam
ined by said Board of County Commissioners
on the 7th day of February, A. D. 1883.
Witness my hand and the seal of the Board of
County Commissioners at Eureka, Nevada,
this 6th day of January, A. D. 1883.
M. G. CAVANAUGH,
f«*~\Clerk of the Board of County Oom
l ) missioners of Eureka County, Ne
v^70'^ vada. ja7td
DISTRICT COURT SUMMONS.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH
Judicial District, in and for the County of
Eureka. State of Nevada.
The State of Nevada sends greeting to John
Bell.
You are hereby required to appear In an ac
tion commenced against you as defendant by
Zanoli Mining Company as plaintiff, in the
District Court of the Sixth Judicial District,
lu and for the County of Eureka, State of No
vadn, at tbo town of Eureka, and answer the
complaint therein, which is on file with the
Clerk of said Court, within ten daya after the
service on you of this summons (exclusive of
the day of service), if sorved in said county,
or t wenty days if served out of Bald county but
within thiB District, and in all other cases
forty days; or Judgment by default will be
taken against you, according to the prayer of
said complaint.
Tho said action la brought to recover Judg
ment against you, the said defendant, for the
sum of Eight Hundred Dollars for your pro
portion of the money actually expended and
indebtedness assumed by the plaintiff in the
actual and necessary working and development
of the Zanoli mine, in Salford Mining District,
Eureka County, Nevada; that plaintiff haa a
lien against your interest in said mine from
tho time of such payment and assumption, and
for such othor and further relief as to the
Court may scorn meet, and for costs of suit;
that the amount of money actually expended
and indebtedness assumed by the plaintiff,
said Zanoli Mining Company, a corporation
organized and existing under the laws of the
Sta e of Nevada, is the sum of Four Thousand,
Eight Hundred Dollars, in the actual and nee
essury working and development of said Zanoli
mine; and the amount due from you a* owner
of an undivided one-sixth as tenant in com
mon with aald Zanoli Mining Company for
your proportion of such money expended and
indebtedness assumed Is the sum of Eight
Hundred Dollars.
All of which more fully appears from the
oomplaiut of the plaintiff on file in this action.
And you are hereby notified that if you fail
to appear and answer the said comv’laiut, aB
abovo required, the said plaintiff will apply to
the Court for the relief demanded therein and
oosta of suit. . . _ t ii
In testimony whereof, I.Chas. J. R. Butt
lar, have hereunto set my hand and
[seal! affixed the seal of said Court this 27th
day of November, A. D. 1*82.
0. J. R BUTTLAR,
Clerk District Court, Sixth Judicial District,
Eureka County, Nevada.
By E. D. Vandsbuieth, Deputy Clerk.
0. J. Lansing,
n30-3m Attorney for Plaintiff.
Vick’s Floral Guide
FOR 1883 18 AN ELEGANT BOOK OF 150
pages, 3 Colored Plates of Flowers and
Vegetables, and more than 1,000 Illustrations
of the choicest Flowers, Plants and Vegetables,
and directions for growiug. It is handsome
enough for the center table or a holiday pres
ent. Send ou your name and Postomce ad
dress, with 10 cents, and I will seud you a
copy, postage paid This is not a quarter of
its cost. It is printed in both English and
German. If you afterwards order seeds de
duct the 10 ofuts. Viek’s Hoods aro lit**
Host iu tiio World I The Floral Quid*
will tell you how to get and grow them.
Vick’s Flower and Vegetable Garden, 178
page*, 0 Colored Plates, 500 Eugravings For
50 cents in paper covers; $1 in elegant cloth.
In German or English.
Vick’s Illustrated Monthly Magazine, 82
pages, a Colored Plate in every number and
many fine Engravings. Price $1 25 a year;
Five Copies for $5. Specimen Number* sent
for 10 cents; 3 trial oopies for 25 cents.
JAHHk VICK,
Rochester, N. V.
"mining tax.
Notice is hereby given that the
taxes on the prooeeda of the mines of
Burak. County for the quarter ending Sept.
30.1333, ere now due end peyeble to me at my
office in Eureka; and the law in regard to thi
same will be .triotly *“»0,^ALLACE..
nlS.liu Aeaeasor of Eureka County.
NO PNEUMONIA, IF USED.
It DETTER’B COUGH TONIC WILL CUBE
. the eeveraet Coughs and Colde.
His Piles Salve Is a sure cure.
He has tho safest and best remedy in use for
Venereal Diseases, all of which Is made of
pure vegotation, and la guaranteed.
Sold one door north of tho Telegraph Office,
Main atreet, Eureka. _dSOrow
t MBIT MKT A I.—FROM 100 TO 300
pound, of babbit metal for eale at the
guXTUtaL offloe. Eureka, Nevada.
HOTELS AND LODGINGS.
RE-OPENED.
The Jackson House.
Only Fire-Proof Hotel in Eastern
Nevada.
MAIN STREET, EUREKA.
11HE ROOMS ARE HARD FINISHED, NEW
ly and elegantly furnished, and are spa
cious.
Single Rooms or in Suites.
Gas In All tlie Room**.
Connected with the Hotel is the
FINEST BAR-ROOm IN THE STATE
....AND THE....
BEST DINING ROOM IN EASTERN NEVADA.
A. JACKSON, Proprietor,
Formerly of the Jackson Houso, at Hamilton,
White Pine county. ofitf
Pete Knight. Matt Kyle.
THE PARKER HOUSE
Knight & Kyle, Props.
mms house will be kept first
1 class, and everything done for the accom
modation and to assure the comfort of guests.
Rooms single or eu suite.
Attached to the house is a first class
Restaurant.
*3^The BAR has a lino reputation, and noth
ing but the best Liquors, Wines and Cigars
will be kept.
RyOmnibuses will tako passengers to and
from the depot.
Eureka, May 1, 1882. m2tf
THE TURNER HOUSE
B. J. TURNER, Proprietor,
SOUTH MAIN STREET.
THIb 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
cents, 75 cents, and $1
Attached to the House Is a First
Class Restaurant.
The Bar la stocked with the best brands of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
The Railroad Coach takes Passen
gers to and from the Depot.
MORGAN HOUSE!
Corner of Bnel and Clark streets.
MRS. D. MORGAN, Prop.
mHE HOUSE 18 CENTRALLY LOCATED
JL and has been newly papered and painted.
The rooms are Urge and airy, and are all well
famished with the best of bedding and new
furniture. -
ROOMS AT DIFFERENT PRICES.
Rooms to Let by the Day, Week or
Mouth.
•aPTlie public are invited to examine the
rooms and prices.
The railroad 'busses oarry passengers to and
from this house dally.
Eureka, Nov 22, ltis2. n29tf
San Francisco House
P. H. Q ft AID.Proprietor.
Main street, Two Doors north of Clark, Eu
reka, Nevada.
The house ia centrally located,
and has undergone thorough repair, and
everything will be done for the comfortable
accommodation of guests.
ftj^Kooms single or eu suite. Rooms to let
by the day, week or month. Single beds, 50o.
•yOmnlbnses will take passengers to and
from the depot. Honse open all night, and
calls made at all hoars.
Eureka, May 13, 1882. 14tf
Palisade Hotel!
Having leased the above hotel i
solicit the putronage of my friends and
of the general public, In return for wbi h I
guarantee satisfaction.
Pusscugers from Eureka, going West, bave
forty minutes, and those going East all day In
Palisade.
MRS. K. N. CONLEY.
Palisade, Sept. 20,1882. se21tf
Established 1840.
PATENTS.
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WE CONTINUE TO ACT AS SOLICITORS
for patents, oaveats, trade-marks, copy
rights, eto., for the United States, and to ob
tain patents In Canada, England, France, Ger
many, and all other countries.
Thirly-alx years’ practice. No charge
for examination of models or drawings. Ad
vice by mail free.
Patents obtained through us are noticed in
the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, which
has the largest circulation, and is the most in
fluential newspaper of Its kind published in
the world. The advantages of anoh a notice
every patentee understands.
This large and splendidly illustrated news
paper is published WEEKLY at $3 20 a year,
and Is admitted to be the best paper devoted
to aolenoe, mechanics, inventions, engineering
works, and other departments of industrial
progress, published in any oouutry. Single
copies by mall, 10 cents. Sold by all news- |
dealers. „ ,
Address MUNN A CO., publishers of Scien
tific American, 9fll Broadway, New York.
Handbook about patents mailed free. nSOtf
J. STRAUS. -
In George Yonng’i Onnsuilth Shop,
MAIN STREET.EUREKA.
WATCHMAKER, JEWELER AND
Engraver. Repairing of watches, rlki
Jewelry, and Engraving done in i "
workmanlike manner. English watch
repairing a specialty.
Eureka, April 2. 1881. »P*tf
A WEEK. |12 a day at home easily
$ |Z made. Costly outfit free, Address Tbu»
kOo., Augusta Main*.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
LANSING & MITCHELL,
Atiorneys AN Ik < OIINMKI.ORS.
AT-LAW. Office — “Ityland's Brick,”
opposite Jackson House, Eureka, Nev. nlOtf
DAV. E. BAILY,
Attorney at law, ryland's
building, Bateman street. jy2itf
E. M. BEATTY.
Attorney and counsellor
at Law. Office—Room 1<>, Jackson House
Block, Eureka, Nevada. jy8tf
GEO. W. BAKER. J L. WINES.
BAKER & WINES,
Attorneys at law. office
in the Courthouse, EurekarNevada.
GEO. W. MERRILL* A. L. FITZGERALD.
MERRILL & FITZGERALD,
Attorneys at law. i»rac
TICE in all the Courts.
Office in the Foley-Rickard Building, over
Wells, l argo & Co’s Express Office, Main street,
Eureka, Nevada. je3 tf
F. H. HARMON,
Attorney at law. office
At the Assessor’s office, in the Court
house. __
PHYSICIANS.
DR. H. HAGAR. DR. A. 0. BISHOP.
BISHOP & HAGAR,
PHYSICIANS AND SlJROEONS
Offlce—Whitton’s new brick building,
Clark street, between Main and Buel. je25tf
J. H. REEOE, M. D.f
Homeopathic physician.
Has had 30 ye tr’s experience in private
and hospital practice. Chronic diseases a
specialty. Office—Second door north of Clark
on Edwards street. je6 Idi*
DR. G. H. THOMA,
PHYSICIAN ANO SIJROEON. OF
flee in Sentinel building, np stairs,
rear suite of rooms.
DR J. R. N. OWEN,
PHYSICIAN AND SlTRMEOJf ED
reha, Nevada. Office at the Turner House,
Main street.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
WALTER S. LONG,
CIVILENOINEEK ANO U. S. DEI*.
uty Mineral Surveyor. Office—Room No.
5, Clark’s brick building, corner Clark and
Montte streets. je21tf
c ii amiltonT d. d. s.,
Dew risx, kooks, a few *
in Clark’s new brick bnilding,#
oorner of Monroe and Clark Btreets,
Entrance on Clark Htroet.
THOMAS J. READ,
CIVIL ENGINEER ANI) F. S, DEP
uty Mineral Surveyor. Offloe 1b Ryland’s
building, up etalra.
SOCIETIES.
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR,
Regular convocation of eureka
Oommandery No. 2, Knights Templar,
held every second and fourth Monday evenings
of each month. J. N. HILL, Recorder.
EUREKA LODGE, Mo. 22,1. O. O. F.
Meet at the foley & bickabd
Building every Thursday evening at 8
o’clock. Brothren in good standing are cor
dially invited to attend.
J. DAVIDSON. N. G.
W.H. Davenpobt, Beo. and Per. Secretary. fl4
MOUNTAIN LODGEMO. 27,1. O. O.F.
Meet every we nebday evening
at Odd Fellows’ Hall, at 7 o’clock. All
menibors of the order, In good standing, are
Invited to attend. J. W. SMITH. N. G.
W. S. BEARD, R. S.
NT. JOHN’S CHAPTER, MO. 5.
The stated convocations of st.
John’s Chapter, No. 6, R. A. M„ will be
held at Masonlo Hall, on the Saturday next auo
oeedlng the pale of the moon In eaon month.
All Royal Arch Masons, in good standing, are
eordlally invited to attend.
GEO. W. MERRILL, H. P.
Joxxn E. Jokxs, Secretary.
EUREKA LODGR, MO. 16, F. «fr A. AT.
THE STATED COMMUNICATIONS OF EU
reka Lodge, No. 16, F. * A. M.. will be
held In Odd Fellows’ Ball Saturday, on or be
fore the full moon.
Members of el ster# lodges, and sojourning
brethren in good standing, are cordially Invit
ed to attend. A. L. FITZGERALD, W. M.
John E. Joints, Secretary.
UKATTFIC I.OO'JK, MO. 7, K. OF P.,
Meets each Friday of every
month, at 7:80 o’elook p. m., at Its Oastle
Hall, in the Rlokard-Fole* tullding.
All Brother Knights, in good standing, art
ra tern ally Invited to attend such meetings.
W. H. DAVENPORT, 0. 0.
0. H. Cad*, K. of R. and B.
A. O. H.
Meets every first and third bat
nrday of each month, at their hall,
corner Clark and Edwards streets, at 7:80
o'clook. PATRICK STANTON, President.
Patbiox Hawom. Secretary.
Eureka. July 10, 1880. Jy20-tf
BANK RANGE COFMCIL Mo. 2, I.
O. C. F.,
MEET8 AT ODD FELLOWS’ HALL THE
first and third Tuesdays of each month,
at 7:80 p.m. Members In good standing are
Invited to attend. E. J. BUTLER, 0. 0.
0. G. Hubbabd, Secretary. JySOtf
— ■ . ..
EUREKA
Real Estate & Collection Ape?
MINING BUREAU,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
rliH ANSA (ITS A GENERAL REAL ESTATE
I and Collection Business ; Draws and Ao
knowledges Instruments; Examines Titlesj
Furnishes A ben acts of Mines and Real Estate j
Examines und ieports upon Mines ; Oolleots
Rents ; and, <r. fact, will attend to any legiti.
mate bualuess in which there is a fee.
E. J. BUTLER.
Office in Sxntikkl building. Eureka, Nev.
ter Refers to any and all the business men
of Eureka.
Eureka. Oot. 38.1880. o37-tf
Regli A Waldvogel’s
D AIR. Y.
PURE MILK AND CREAM I
SERVED IN ANY QUANTITY TO SUIT
O customers.
Persons wishing Milk or dream, ecu notify
the driver* of onr wagons
REG! a ^*T.DVniVJ
$;*r+ka. Ni.ra.sUw IV ! uH
The copartnership heretofore ex
isting between the undersigned, in the
charcoal aud wood business in Eureka Comity,
has been dissolved by mutual consent. Dorni
nico Zuniuo will continue the business on his
own account, and will noth' responsible for
any debts contracted by the other parties.
DOMINIOO ZUNINO,
LUIGI VERDINO.
, GIACOMO SIRI.
Summit, 1. k P. R. R., Deo. 16,1888. dlUm
BREWERIES AND SALOONS.
Consolation for the Defeated!
Joy for the Successful!
All parties are invited to the
"C0.NS0LATI0N!”
Second door below the old International
Hotel.
LAMOTTE & PREVOST,
Proprietor*.
*7“ We pride ourselves on our brands of
LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
Eureka, Oct. 7, 1882. o8tf
The Oriental Saloon,
COR. MAIN Sl BATEMAN STS., EUREKA.
DAVE ROSENBERG, : Proprietor
STEVE MAEONEV, : Mixologist
THE BEST BRANDS OF
Liquors *»“ Cigars
Can at all times be found at this estab*
lishment for ONE BIT.
A share of the public patronage is solicited.
aul2tf
THE OCCIDENTAL.
First class in all its appoint
menta. Connected with the house is a
comfortable PRIVATE OLCB ROOM.
Hot Lunches Daily
From 12 to 4 o’clock. The following is a list
of eatables:
SUNDAY—Roast Beef.
MONDAY—Oyster Soup and Beef a la Alma.
TUESDAY—Vegetable Soup, Corned Beef and
Cabbage.
WEDNESDAY—Noodle Soup and Roast Beef.
TH t RSDAY—Beau Soup, Sour Kraut, Sausages
FRIDAY—Clam Chowder and Fish.
SATURDAY—Earth AppleSoup,Boiled Tongue,
Pork and Beans, Potatoes. aDd such Vegetables
as the market affords daily.
This Luuoli is 25 louts, him! entitles
yon to a drink at the Bar.
Corner of Main and Clark Streets, Eureka, Nev.
mhl4tf O. DUNKEL, Manager.
THE VILLA!
NEXT DOOR TO COURTHOUSE, EUREKA.
OSCAR LEWIS.Proprietor
....THE BEST OF....
WINES, WHISKIES AND CIGARS
Nerved Over tUe Bar.
FREE LUNCHES DAILY.
DRINKS 19* CENTS.
Eureka, Feb. 30.1883. f21tf
Palace Saloon
Vain Street, Eureka,;
LUTHER CLARK, - - Prop.
This saloon has been reopened,
and la the flneat acoGutred establishment
of the kind iu Eureka. None but the very fin
est brands of Liquors and Cigars will be fur
nished our ouatomera.
The Card Room la elegant and comfortable.
The Tiger whisks about" upon the green " In
the rear of the saloon proper, which is second
to none in Nevada. apl3-tf
JACK PERRY'S SALOON,
-OORNKB Or
Main and Bateman Street.
"EUREKA, ISTEV.
-THK OHOIOBS t
Wines, Liquors and Clears
Obtainable in the Ban Franolaoo market con
stantly on hand.
Eureka, August 10,1878. aulO-tf
The Empire Saloon.
GRAHAM A C0.( PROPRIETORS.
This new and attractive resort
haa just been opened, and 1. eue of the
flneat establishments of the kind In Eureka.
Connected with the house are ooay and oom- ;
fortable
PRIVATE CLUB-ROOMS,
And the Gaming Department Is oomplete in ev
ery respect.
None but the choicest and very best of Li
quors and Cigars will be dispensed to patrons.
DRINKS, 19H CENTS.
Eureka, Feb. 8,1881. febitf
MENDES’
“TIGER" SALOON.
Tire iiRuniX iv ikviui.
IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
THE BEST BRANDS OP
WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
ioa Kansas, PiopHft.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
EUREKA AND PALISADE
DR,J±T Xj
MEW ABKANttENEHTS I
On and after May 1, 1881
A. FAST TRAIN
WILL P.UN FOB
PASsengers, Malls* aud Express
ONLY, AND WILL
I Leave Eureka Daily at....4:65 a. m
Arrive at Palisade at.9:00 a. m.
Making connection with
East and Went Bound Trains of (be
Central Pacific Railroad.
RETURNING I
Leave Palisade Daily at.6:40 p. m.
Arrive at Eureks at...10:55 p. m.
Freight and Accommodation Train:
Leaves Eureka dally at.6:00 a. m.
Arrives at Palisade at.3:80 p. M.
Leaves Palisade dally at.6:30 a. m.
Arrives at Eureka at.5:40 v. v
TUB COMPANY
WILL DELIVER FREIGHT AT
HAMILTON,
WARD,
PIOCHK,
TYRO,
BELMONT,
And all points south, by Its teams, with care
and dispatch, and at the lowest rates.
P. EVERTS, General Snp’t.
Eureka. Deoember 29,1879.
Gilur Salisbury k Co's
STAGE LINES.
Stages will leave eureka daily
(Sundays excepted) for Tybo and Bel
mont, making direct connection at Belmont
on Tuesday, Thursday and Baturday for
Orantsvllle, Candelaria, Wadi*
worth, Ann tin and Carson A Colo
rado Railroad, at Lnnlng, connect
ing with the Virginia A Trashes
and C. P. Railroad.
TRI-WEEKLY STAGE LINE.
Through to Pioohe in 36 Houri.
Only one night on the road,
Leave Eureka Sundays, Tuesdays and Thurs
days for Hamilton, Cherry Creek, Ward, Bris
tol and Pioohe.
Dally stages from Pioohe to Silver Reef. Bea
ver and terminus of Utah Southern Railroad.
Carrying V. H. Kali and Wells, Far
go A Co.’s Express.
W. E. DAVIDSON, Agent.
Office In Postoffioe Building. jtfMtf
Eureka and California
LUMBER COMPANY
North Main St., Eureka,
(Below the Eureka Con. Slag
Damp).
California and Nevada
LTJM IB IE]
OF ALL KINDS.
Redwood, Oreioi and SnsarPiue
MININS TIMBERS
Building Lumber.
A complete assortment of clear and
dressed Lumber, Flooring;, Sid
ing;, Rnstle, and other styles of
Siding, Molding;, Laths, Shingles,
Doors, Sashes, Blinds, etc., al
ways on hand.
Everything at the Lowest
Oaeh Rates.
SPECIAL NOTICES
notice.
If you have a fine 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
EDW. WILHELM,
Chronometer, watch and clockmaker
Jewelry neatly repaired.
All work warranted to give perfect satisfac«
tlonor positively no charge. o2
DKUG3 AND MEDICINES.
F7 J. SCHNEIDER
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EAST SIDE MAIN STREET, THIRD DOOR
SOUTH UF CLARK.
PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS!
—accurately prepared
At all hours of the day or night
Orders for
Drugs and Medicines,
—Promptly attended to—
I have also a Fnll Line of
Perfumery, Toilet Articles*
Hair Brushes, Tooth Broshes, Nal
an<l Bath Brashes, £te„
And in fact everything usually found In a first
class Drug Store.
P. J. SOHNEIDEB,
_ . Proprietor.
[ Eureka, June 14,1880. JuulR tf
CITY DRUG STORE
Nearly opposite Paxton k Co.'a Bank.
MAIN STREET, - - - EUREKA.
FRESH DRUGS,
Patent ftteolcines,
TOILET GOODS
ETC., ETC.
H. A. S&ARTIfti,
my12w Proprietor.
__BANKERS.
PAXTON & CO.,
GVKKKA, NEVADA.
JQRAW AT SIGHT, IN BUMS TO 8CIT, ON
Anglo-Callforniaa Bank.San Francisco
Anglo-Oalifornian Bank.....London
J. & W. Sell gm an * Oo.....New Fork
D. O. Mills * Oo. .Sacramento
Decker* Jewett...Marysvilij
WXilte & McOornlck.......Salt Lake 011
Discount Commercial Paper. Make Oollee*
fciona, Receive Deponits in Coin or Currency ok
open account, certificate, or special deposit*
and transact
A QEKEBAE BANKING BENINENS.
■^Mining Stocks Bought and Sold ou Com*
Mission.
(In Woodruff & Eunor's Building)
Eureka, Nevada.
PRESIDENT.E. WOODRUFF
CASHIER.WM. PARDY
DntEOXOas :
F. W. CLUTE, E. WOODRUFF.
Transact a General Banking Huainc-ss.
Draw at sight on Wejia, Fargo 3z Co., San
Francisco, New York and London
Stocks bought and soul on Commislon.
Local Agency for Hutchinson A Malm Fira
Insurance Companies. myl4 tf
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ANTONE FARRARIS,
Boot and Shoemaker
.-...HAS REMOVED TO....
V. UHL’S OLD SHOP,
Bast Side Lower Main 8treet, near Western
Union Telegraph Office.
Boots and shoes made to order,
and a perfect fit guaranteed. Mending
and repairing done on short order.
•8r Mr. Uhl has turned over hts entire cus
tom to me. and I hope to merit a oontlnuanoe
of the same. ANTONE FARRARIS.
Eureka, April 1C. 1881. aplfitf
FOR SALE.
Work Horses, Mules,
....AND....
Harness and Wagons.
•SPThejr Con be purchased either
bj- teams In complete ruaulav urt
der. or In number* to *nlt. For par
ttcnlar* appljr to
„ _ B. 8.tf)LKK.
Eureka, April 27, 1881. a28if
BARBERSHOP
-Aim—
BATH HOUSE,
Whitton’s Brick Bsilding'.
HENRY CASEY.Proprietor
•trsiBY OF HBLF EMPLOYED. *MB

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