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SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1903. local mbwtiob. (tear J. Smith of Keno was a visitor hers this wok. Frank Winzell of Alpha was in town several days this week. Joe Savery of the lS-mile House has been in Eureka during the week. Attorney Peter Breen left for Carson Friday on professional business. Charles Wittenberg returned Thursday from a month's visit to California. Attorney George A. Bartlett left for Austin Friday on professional business. Duncan Falconer and Frank L. Eng •trom were arrivals Friday from Cortez. Joe Tognoni of Duckwater was in town several days this week attending to legal matters. Governor Sadler has been in Eureka this week attending to legal matters before the District Court. Mrs. Wm. O’Neil and child of Elko are here on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Ford. Miss Martha Hicks, E. E. Winfrey and Scott K. Jameson returned from the west on Saturday's train. Superintendent H. A. Jackson of the Rocco-Homestake mine came over from Hamilton Thursday. Sol Hilp came over from Ely Monday and left on the train the same afternoon for his home at lteno. Frank Quinn, Sr., was a visitor from Tybo this week, being a witness in one of the cases in Court here. There will be a regular meeting of Eure ka Commandery No. 2, K. T., this (Satur day) evening at 7 o’clock. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Skillman and Mrs. A. Skillman were arrivals on Monday’s train from San Francisco. There will be a called meeting of St. John's Chapter, No. 5, K. A. M., on Sat urday evening at 7 o’clock. Mis* Lizzie Pepper returned to the State University at Reno Monday after spec ling her holiday vacation in Kureka. Mis* Helen Whitmore left Monday to reopen Ivr school at Kly after a three weeks’ vacation at her home in Kureka. Assessor W. J. Hooper left Friday to at tend the Assessors' annual meeting which convene* at Carson City on January Id. Wo. H. Thompson, engineer at the mine of the Tenabo Company at Cortez, was a visitor in Kureka several days this wet k. John Flavin, who left Kureka for Butte, Montana, about nine year* ago, returned her* from that place on last Saturday's train. Mrs. Hiram Johnson left Monday for Salt Lake City to take a course of treat ment at the Christian Science Hospital in that city. The usual religious services will be held at the Catholic Church to-morrow at 10 o’clock A. N. Sunday school liegins at 2 o'clock. Rev. Fattier Manion returned fr< m hi* trip to Klko county Thursday. He held morning and evening service* at Carlin last Saturday. Ceorge Manson returned to Kureka Monday after an extended visit to his former stamping grounds at Currant Creek and Dnck water. Mi** Edith Swick has been selecte 1 to teach the Winter term of the school at W. A. Moore's Warm Spring Ranch in Newark Valley. Attorney* Thoms* Wren of Reno, and K. 3. Farrington of Klko, were in attend ance at the session of the District Court here this week. Mr. ami Mrs. J. I’. McOraie of Kly re turned home by private conveyance on Monday after a several days’ visit with friends in Kureka. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Duborg of Beo» awe were arrivals at the Brown Hotel Satur day. Mr. Duborg is looking after his sheep interests in this county. Miss Anna Johnson, who spent the holi day vacation with her parents in Ku reka, returned to the University at Keno Monday to resume her studies. Judge W. D. Jones arrived from Austin Tuesday, and a glance at the District C mrt proceedings in another column will show that he has been kept quite busy. Miss Kinrna Itegli, who has been spend ing the Christmas vacation visiting friends in Truckee, California, returned to lteno Saturday to resume her studies in the Uni versity. Kdgar Sadler accompanied by his si-ter, Mrs B. F. Plummer, drove up from Min eral Hill Tuesday. Mrs. Plummer is here for a week’s vi.it with Mrs. Win Zsdow of Kureka. J. Lussetti, who was seriously injured in a powder explosion at Hamilton, and whose eyesight was despaired of, 1< now re ported to be gettiug along nicely, and it is thought he will recover his sight. Mrs. John Hancock, Jr., left Thursday for San Francisco, where she goee to place her little daughter in the Children’s Hos pital at that place. The child is afHicted with partial paralysis of the lower limbs, and it is hoped that at this early stage of the disease a cure can be effected. (Jeorge A. Bartlett and A. Cahen ar rived in Kureka by private conveyance from Tomipah on Tuesday. Attorney Bartlett expects to remain here for several weeks on legal business before returning to Tonopah. Mr. Cahen left Friday for Sac ramento to be absent during the Winter month a. After a three months’ visit to his home in Nova Scotia and the Eastern States, Otis Fulton stopped over a few days in Eu* reka, retaining to Cortes Tuesday to re sume his position with the Tenabo Com pany. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Berryman returned last Saturday from a two weeks' visit with their daughter, Mrs. R. G. Goes, at Pa lermo, Butte oounty, Cal. Their son, Ed die, who has been in California for sev eral months, returned with them. U. 8. Deputy Marshal Holbrook ar rived in Eureka Tuesday and arrested P. Paroni on a charge of selling whisky to Indiana He was released on a $500 bond, to appear Saturday, January 11, for hear ing before the U. 8. Court at Carson. George R. Mullins, who has been ill for several weeks, left Thursday for San Fran cisco for medical treatment. Mrs. H. A. McKim, who goes to California for a month’s visit with friends, will a-sist Mr. Mullins in making the journey to the city. McCoy Fitzgerald having completed a settlement of the McCoy estate, leaves Saturday for a short visit to his folks at Carson before returning to Redding, Cal ifornia. He was accompanied by Granville Fletcher, wbo expects to remain in Cali fornia tor several months. roMHimioHEM’ rgortEoiiuN. The Board of County Commissioners held its regular monthly meeting on Mon day, January 6, 1902, at which the fol lowing busines was transacted: Present—Commissioners Fraser,Hancock and Paroni; also the Clerk and' District Attorney. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The Commissioners and Auditor counted the money in the Treasury and found the same correct. The Auditor and Treasurer’s re;s>rt for the quarter ending December 31, 1901, was received, and appears in this issue of the Sentinel. A list of the bills allowed will be found in another column. A petition was received from the citizens of Eureka asking relief lor Wm. Scheuch. The Treasurer was ordered to turn over to the Public Administrator $69.56 and a silver watch and chain belonging to Charles Hacker, deceased, who was killed near Beowawe in February, 1901. The Board recently appointed C. H. Hand, bridge builder of the Eureka & Pali ■ade railroad, and J. B. Kiddle, a board of examiner! to inspect and report on the bridge just completed across the Humboldt river near Heowawe by the San Francisco Bridge Company. The report Sled states that they thoroughly examined the bridge and found it to come up to the plans and specifications in every particular; the workmanship No. 1, and the lumber in the bridge over average. They report the new bridge a great credit to the county. After reading the above report the Board ordered the bridge to be accepted by the county. The Board ordered the Clerk to return to the San Francisco Bridge Company two certified checks for A'>00 each, deposited with the Board for the faithful perform ance of its contract in building the steel bridge near Beowawe. A communication was received from Dr. C. U. Cordon, asking the Board to con sider the question of increasing the present compensation allowed him as County Physician. Tbs Clerk was ordered to notify B. Berg that the sidewalk in front of his Main street property in Eureka is dangi-rous to life aud limb, and that he be asked to at once place the sidewalk in proper condi tion or remove the same immediately. Un less the matter is attended to promptly the Board intends having the necessary re pairs mads, and will charge the cost to Mr. Berg. The Board selected the names of the fol lowing 100 qualified electors to seive as jurors in the District Court of Eureka county during l'JO‘2 : Berryman James J Hoey Matt Biale J B Henderson F A Bremenkampf H G Hocking Alfred Brossemer F J Harris W J Berryman Kd Hicks Edwin Ooyle Dennis Hooper J E Cooney Dennis Hicks Thomas H Caroli Frank Harris K J Coleman D 0 Ivey L J Conway John Ivey John Coyle E P Johnson J C Cromer K E J ury J H Cassidy John Jury James Cardew Thomas Kitchen J G Dees D A Kind Henry Des Marais L N Kopp Frank Dixon Thomas Keuliu W L Davies Dan Knight H A Depaoli Angelo Kind F A Delaney M Looney Ed Davies W L Lucey J J Depaoli John Loh Peter Esselbrugge Fred Isiueks F A Eathorne J W Lewis F W Father Henry Lawry Wm Eccles Thomas l^aniV Fort! J G Laird R A Ford C R Laity James t arllnger Charles Laird Wm Foster M G Mackey James Ferraris Antonio Manuel R 11 Fletcher M M Mau Ernest Fletcher G A Morrison Dan Fine John Merialdo G B Fraser 8 H Merialdo B Fine J H Morris David Gregovich John Mahoney Martin Gavin W A Mullins G R Gibson A R Martelletti P Giles W J Martin John M Gibson 8 G Moyle John Geraty Eugene McGarry L Gibellini L McElroy J P Hjul CCH McKinnon Miles Hooper W J McCharles R Henderson J G McTerney H C Hjul P H McEwen W M Harmer E A McEwen H Henderson G 8 McCormick Ed Hancock Jr John McKim H ▲ JOIST IimUlTIOI. Laat Saturday night Maaonfo Hall waa oomfortably filled with member! of Eareka Lodge No 16, F. k A. M., and St. John'* Chapter No. 5, R. A. M., it beiog the oooaaion of the joint inetalla tion of the two lodgee. The Bine Lodge firat ioatalled ite officer*, Paat Maater Anguat Hintza performing the oeremony in a finiahed manner, being aaaiated by Paat Maater J. H. Shoemaker, who acted aa Marabal. Than followed the ioatallation of the Chapter with it* beautiful oeremoniala, Paat High Priaat John Hanoock, Sr., being the inatalling officer, aaaiated by Jame* H. Jury, acting aa Marabal, and impreaaiaely induoted tha newly elected companion* into office. All then adjourned to tha bounteou* lunch prepared for the oooaaion end did ample juatice at tbe featal board. The bill of fare waa an excellent one and the edible* were reliahed by all, bat the reel enjoyment of the evening waa when appetite* were appeaaed and tbe fragrant Havana* were brought forth. Then dig nity waa laid aaide, dull oar* waa bid den begone and mirth and jollity entered. Following were the offioere inatalled: Worahipful Maater, Robt. A. Laird; Senior Warden, John Hancock, Jr.; Jun ior Warden B. L. Smith; Treaaurar, Henry Kind; Secretary, R. MoCharlea; Senior Deacon, H. C. MoTerney; Junior Deacon, Frank J. Broeeemer; Chaplain, John Hanoock, Sr.; Steward*, Aogoet Hintze and John H. Shoemaker; Tyler, Jame* H. Jnry. The offioere of the Chapter are: Moet Excellent High Priaat, Thorn** Dixon; King, John H. Vittle; Scribe, M. O. Foater; Captain of tbe 'Loet, R. J. Reid; Paat Sojourner, J. H. Hoegb; Royal Aroh Captain, George R. Mullina; Maa ter of tbe Third Veil, John Hanoock, Sr.; Maater of the Second Veil, Alex Fraaer; Maater of the Firat Veil, John H. Shoemaker; Treaaurar, H. Kind; Secre tary, Jame* H. Jury. Tbe Beowawe Bridge Accepted. The new ateel bridge built by tbe San Franoiaco Bridge Company aoroaa the Humboldt river, about half a mile north of Beowawe, ha* been completed, and at the meeting of the Board of County Com mieeiooere on Monday laat waa accepted. All report* from the reaidenta of the north end of tbe county atate that the preaent atruoture give* oomplete aetia. faction and ia the beat bridge that apana the river. Thi* bridge waa built to re place tbe old wooden one waahed out by the high water* of laat Spring, and for the convenienoe of tha rancher* and atockmen living on the north aide of the river. Located at Wlnneaneca. The Silver State anDODOcei the ar rival from Reno on Janaary 3 of Mias Isa L. Wright, and states that ehe has been assigned ae teaober of the Gret in termediate department of the Winne mocoa publio school. Miss W'right has been a successful teaober in the Eureka publio school for the past two years, has made many warm friends here, and while we wiab her snooess in her new position, we will miss her. The Senti nel takes pleasure in recommending Miss Wright to the people of Winne muoca. _ ■Into* Holt Commenced. On January 10 Charles Lautenschlager and John T. Poindexter, stockholders in the Atlantio and PaciGc Mining Com pany, commenced a suit in the District Court against the Diamond and Excelsior Mining Companies for damages in the sum of $1,900, the value of ore claimed to have been extracted by said last named companies from the mines of the Atlantia and PaoiGo Company situated on Prospect Mountain, Thomas Wren sod Peter Breen are attorneys for plain tiffs. _ l.OOO-Hlle Tickets Mow on Hale. The Southern PaoiGo Railroad Com pany now have on sale at their railroad office in Palisade 1,000-mile tickets good for transportation over their road from Ogden, Utah, to any stations in Nevada. These tiokets ere sold for thirty dollars, averaging three oents per mile. This will be of great convenience to a number of the traveling publio in this portion of Nevada, who have heretofore been under the necessity of sending to the offices of the company in San Franoisoo for these tickets. Appointed Superintendent. Tbomaa Wren, President of the Rich' inood Mining Company of Nevada, haa appointed Bert L. Smith of Enreka Su perintendent of the Riohmond Mining Company of thia plaoa. The prevent ap pointment ia made temporarily to trana aot the immediate buaineaa of the com pany, and ia occaaioned by the reoent death of R. K. Morriaon, the late Super intendent. __ Hie Keiuiatue Shipped Enel. Wm. Humphrey, a former reaident of White Pine county, who recently re turned to Ely, died at that place on January 6 of pneumonia after a ahort illoeea. He waa a carpenter by trade, a native of Illinoia, and aged 68 yeara. The remaloa were brought here Thura day from Ely to be ahipped to Hemp ahire, Illinoia, the home of hie wife. CONDITION* AT TOIOPAH. In an interview with Attorney Bart lett, who returned from Tonopah laet Tueeday, a Sums XL represent* tire learn* that th* many report* new going tho ronnda of tho Stele press relative to tho now oatap's having gone to pieces, era groaaly exaggerated, end in .feol ere by no meaoa euppported by tho oondi tiona now existing in Tonopah. It ia trne thet becsoee of tho expira tion of moat of tbo leasee on tbo princi pal mines owned by tha Tonopah Com pany, there are not as many man now employed in tho diatriot as there were daring tho past two or throe months. These leasee expired on tha let of Jena ary, and many of tho miners who were employed on thet* pertionler lessee and have not been able to teoara employ ment with other companies end other pereon* operating in the diatriot, ore leaving for other plnoaa. Thia, however, i* not aerioualy effecting the population of tb* camp, aa peopla art etill fiooking there in nlmoat at great numbs re a* here tofore, four end aix-horee ooacbea run ning into Tonopeb daily from Sodnville and Cnndelerin. Th* etege* ere not ns orowded as during n few weeks ago, whioh may very naturally be accounted for by reaaon of tha Winter season’* having coma on and found tha town still unprovided with hotel ncoommodetiona, there being bat on* frem* lodging hone* completed, elthoagh other* are in coarse of oonitrnotion, the largest of whioh, the Batler Hotel, being almost ready for oocnpanoy. While the town i* build ing rapidly a grant many people nr* still living in tent*. The present epidemic of pneumonia ia principally due to lack of accommoda tions and living quarters suitable for this season of th* year. Moat of tha nnfor tunate man taken with the disease have been living in tent* from wbiob they ere token to more oomforteble quarters by the Miners’ Union n* soon aa their condition is known. lew Freight Service. The Eureka A Palitada Railroad Com pany thie week purchased the teeming outfit of John Venton of Ruby Hill. Tbo porcheee coneieted of three wegone, nine horeee, heroeea end other neceeaariee for the equipment of e complete team ing freight eervioe. The company will at onoe commence handling freight for Ely, Hamilton end different points in Nye county, whose resident* can now depend upon n safe end prompt trans portation of freight to point* south of Eureka. The Daekwater Molt Mettled. On Thoraday, the 2d of January, 1902, in the oaee of Irwin va. Tognoni at a!., the plaintiff, upon the written con sent of the defendants, dismissed the action. The defendants in their answer acknowledged the plaintiff's first right to 300 inohea of tbe waters of Daekwater oreek, whioh was tbe chief contention of tbe plaintiff in tbe anit, ontaide of the question of damages, and to save far ther cost, the case waa dismissed, aa above stated. Meath of Jobss A Erwlss. John A. Erwin, who oame to Eureka about three montha ago from Mill Can yon, near Cortez, for medical treat ment, died here on January 6 of pa ralysis. He was well known in the northern part of the county, having lived in and about Cortez for the past fifteen yeara. He waa a native of Miaaouri, aged 62 years. His only known rela tives are a brother and slater living in Miaaouri._ Pease Now Kelgue sat Daekwater. Wm. Mendea arrived in Enreka from Dnokwater Thursday. He reports that since news of tbe settlement of tbe Duok water water suit reached that place the fleets of ironolada that have kept steam up and been in readiness for notion for several montha have been ordered to Winter quarters, their fires banked, and peaoe and harmony now reigna on the Creak. Illneaa Prevented Trip Eaat, Mra. A. T. Stearns of Ely arrived here Wednesday night with the remains of her brother-in-law, William Humphrey, intending to go Eaat with the body. On the trip over from Ely the lady con tracted auoh a severe cold that it was thought advisable for her not to con tinue tbe journey East. To Make Your Home Happy, Use the steel and iron ranges, which are sold exclusively by George Gavin, Eureka, Nev. _ * Pretty Calendar free. Our pretty calendar for 1902 now ready; free for the asking. Please send a few names of those who may send away for groceries. We save you big money. Sim ply try ua and you’ll see. Write for cata logue. Feldhuaen 4 Company, Califor nia’s Big Mail Order Grocery, Packers and Shippers, 801, 803, 806,807 L street, Sacramento, Cal. * A Cordial Invitation. Merchants visiting San Fraupiaco this Fall are cordially invited to inspect the holiday display of Sanborn, Vail & Co., which has no equal in that city. * Work Wanted. Sewing, mending, cleaning and pressing men’s clothes; also room and nurse sick peopls, at Mrs. H. Zadow’s Nob Hill. * ■OC1AL MCIBTT lOTCa. A aarpria* party waa given Miaa May Wittaabarg at tba raaidaao* of Mr. aad Mr*. L C. C. Whitmore oo tba erasing of bar birthday, Moaday, Deoamber 30. Tha araoiog waa dalightfolly apaat ia moaio and ooavaraetloa, aftar whioh a dainty anpper waa aarrad. A vary pretty faatare of the table waa a large birthday eake illamioad with eandlea. Thoaa who tarprieed Mia* Wittenberg were Miaaaa Floy Ford, Teeaa Moriarty, Ann* Johnaon, Jaaaia Diamond, Era Ford, Helen aad Nina Whitmore and Manor*. MeCoy Fitzgerald, Harold Tonkin, Granville Fletoher, Thome* Rob inaon, J. P. MoElroy, Frank and Bert Henderaon and Ed Whitmore Miaa Ethel MeGarry waa anrpriaed on Saturday evening, January 4, by find ing a number of her young friend* gath ered at her home on Atlaa Hilll for a party. The young people bad gathered for fan and thay fulfilled their purpoaa. Aftar the evening’* amuaement refreeb menta war* aervad. Thoaa preaent were Miaaaa Mae Kind, Lizzie and Belle Pep per, Amy Ford, Alii* Hendereon, Violet and Pearl Hanoook, Annie MoBrlde, and Mean re. W. G. Walker, George and Wal ter Yoong, Clay Simma, Mote Morria, Dalbett and George Broy, John Kopp, Clarence Kind, John Rebaglaatti, Ed Whitmore, Martin Johnaon, Wendell Jonea, Will aad Leonard MeGarry. mntn rrui. Rwmtar Corrwpos4.se* to th. Snrrnna.. Uim Ann* Rwdv of S*u Jew, CWifor nia, it rlifting Min Nora Maple* of Pina Valley. Dean Bradley and .lame* Ralne, Uni versity etudente, returned to Reno Mon day evening. T. H. Jewell, who haa held the pneition of exprete agent and poetmaeter in Palia ade for a number of years, haa resigned. At yet no one hue been appointed to fill the vacancies. Panl Lane and children, accompanied by Miee Mollie Brown, left Palieade Monday night to join hie wife at Detroit, Michigan, where ahe waa called laat week by th* death of her father. The family expect to be abeent several week*. ■ew Switch Ueka the B. * P. Charley Rand wna engaged laat Mon day patting on new loeks on nil tho •witobe* on the Enreka A Palisade Rail road between Psliaadn and Enreka. This waa done to prevent tampering with tho ■witobee, it having reoently been dis covered that there waa a somber of keya oak that would open the old looks. Farther Barchan Held Dp. Edward Beard, a Enreka boy, now eexton of Trinity Epiaoopal Chnrob in San Franoieoo, waa held np in Lafayette Square on* night laat week and ralievad of th# ehnroh key*. The thieve* were novioee in tho hold-np business and over looked hie waloh and money. THE EUREKA COUNTY BANK. MAIN STREET, EUREKA, NEVADA Authorized Capital - - $100,000.00 Paid up Capital - - - - $ 20,000.00 OFFIOERB OBCAB J. SMITH.PrrudBWI J. H. HOEOH ui BEST L. SMITH..Vicr Pruiudti W. E. ORIFFIN... ..OaMDEB DIRECTORS J. a HOEOH JOHN HANCOCK, Sr. W.E.OBIFFI* OBCAB J. SMITH BEBT L. SMITH Transacts a general banking business. Mining and other stocks bought on commission. Will buy and sell exchange on every country in the world. OUR FOREIGN MONEY ORDER SYSTEM IS UNSURPASSED The funds being paid in the money of the country where Bent, and direct to the recipient, who is saved the trouble and expense of collecting a draft, and senders are protected against loss. CORRESPONDENTS—Western National Bank, New York City; The Crocker-Wool worth National Bank, San Francisco; Knautb, Nachod & Knhne, New York City ; McCotnick & Co., Salt Lake City. jryl-tf Johnson Mercantile Company (UrCORFORATBD.) GROCERIES .nd HARDWARE Fish, Game and Produce. Special Attention Given to Country Orders. Only the Choicest Goods in the Market are Handled. Families Supplied Promptly. HIRAM JOHNSON, President and Manager. GO TO McKIM’S For All Kinds of Useful HOLIDAY GOODS, As Well as Staples.