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V0L x EUREKA, EUREKA COUNTY, NEUAPA, TITESDA V MORNING. APRIL 4. 1876.NO, 105
eureka daily sentinel.
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—BY—
CASSIDY DENNIS.
CKO. W. CASSIDY.
JOB* «• DB*"18- _
TVKM” Or SUBSCRIPTION:
-SfisSs= S!
..nil P.nJ for.
- T I I lu
eufeka and palisade
fill X*o A d!
II AS BEEN
Completed to Eureka,
ind tho Company B noir ready to carry paa
,en*er» and freiniit over tho road
With Eegnlarity and Dispatch.
frtln* will run ar follow! until further
n.tioe:
I’naacnirer Train*
Eureka daily at. 3:SO*. u.
Arn'**1I'elicaie at.10-00 *• *•
Making connection with
Edit and West Bound Trains of the
Central Pacific Railroad.
Kcturnlutf:
LwmP«li*adc at. ItOOr. »•
Arrifvat Lurch* at.10:30 f.m.
I'nlililhii'I AceniuonnlnUou 'I rwin:
jyMve Kurchn uaily at...a m.
Arrive at 1‘alimdo at... 3: vt r. M.
imvo t alivade daily at. 7.4 i *. u
Arrive at Lurch I at. o: AJ c. u.
I ho Company will deliver freight to
Hamilton,
Pioche,
Tybo,
Reveille,
Belmont,
am> ALL POTXTP Sr'l 'l'll,
Bt it! team*. with car* an<l divpatch and at
tlie Uwftfl rate*.
n_7tf P. KVtttT?*, iieueral Sop'l.
EUREKA AND PALISADE
TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
OFFICE
With Wells, Forgo & Co,
Main atrrat, Eureka.
CONNECTS WITH THE ATLANTIC
and Pacific T 'leffraph lines at I alis.tda.
Messages sent to all points on the Pacific
CuMiand Eastern Males.
cITt/ P. EVERTS. Hornral Sup’t
New Photograph Gallery!
MM'IN X0.M4 0, Proprietor.
Oi South Main si root. Kurina. ^orada
MY NKW UAU.KhY IIAVINO 1'EKN
i'l enniiilntmi, i am (Italy tu .urniah tha
t'C’t and
MOST LirCLIKE PICTURES!
To b<* obtained in li»«r*-rn Nevada.
AhL tviMoui ICi' .ire finished
in superior style and with the latent improve*
!*•’*' f i of the art.
ENLAkOKD PHOTf^wAPIIS, reprodu ec
irom the #nnd l«*t Miniature* to Life Si so, ure
tH\Ou at thi* Uallery eiual to any taken
hn«t or \\ ».*t.
All negative* are «nrof dly retouched and
preserved for future orders.
_Ud »8 MONACO, Artiat.
JAMES MURPHY,
Bootmaker.
SUCCESSOR TO
THOMAS MURPHY.
J*5ik«.¥lfcIU'illV. HHKMIVM ROOT
i*rs,i i, L i lt"! 1 •“•'‘Be Coast. i« now nro
J|JL K? I 10 ,,r"Br "II kinds o' boot* and
i"u ' , •<H!k WoRKMANWUti* SU'li.
luu ,u »ny iu Eureka.
I'wlMI Flu Uti.ranlml,
»*»• Ii«»'«ir
^PfU’OtiulWl tv- Hank, Main
-... • ba'-aaa. „:lt(
i mu mum j
I have jest heceivko \
1 ,ir (h-«
Mi l kin well"elected stuck ot
J .ikeu,^’.'!1 LATI;;>' « A RE. Cuke _
M,\±' x*,0,™' , lc<*° ®»<l itattor l)i»
•a y Miottu is:
QUICK sales and small profits
watches and jewelry
*" uarani•od.'**ni on 1 i k o manner, and all
U'V« tuu a call. ElUNK UURKEK.
*1,,B I’kin i| am or aI.Ij KIM is icv
'htt, SKN1^N^
HOTELS' ETC.
~tITrner house.
Having again assumed control
of til" above establishment I am pre
pared to accommodate a!I who n.ay favor mo
with their patronuge.
The house is to bo immediately overhauled
and thoroughly renovated.
A first-class BILLIARD SALOON will also
be added.
The Bur
Stock will comprise the choicest liquors, wines
and cigar obtainable in tho San Francisco
market.
The Tnble
Will, at all times, bo supplied with evory del
icacy of tho season.
B. J. Tl’KXRR, Proprietor.
nirlo-tf
EUREKA HOTEL.
MAIN STREET,.EUREKA, NEV.
Mrs. Lucy Young, - - Proprietress.
SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS TO ANY
Hotel iu the town.
Spacious, elcjrjuit and well ventilated
room*, single nu<i cn suite.
A First-class Restaurant
In c* rnretion wiih the Hotel.
The depot COACHES and ’MISSES will
convov pAMSonirers to and from the Hotel,
upon the arrival ami departure of train*.
n‘21 tf
The Pioneer Restaurant,
Opposite J. 8. Whitton‘s Stone Store, Main
Struct, Eureka.
geo. r. EuxtrsoEErr
\*rILL HE PLEADED TO SEE ALL HIS
ft old friends at hi* house at. any ti&io.
At the 1‘Mhf KliK they will find
The Tables Supplied
with all the delicacies that can bo obtained,
and the i iorenr shall boa* well kept a* any
Kestnurnnt in Eureka.
bivo n.u a call and *oo how entirely you will
be suited. jel7
J. L. HiNi KI.* Y. J. H. LOCK WOOD
FARKER HOUSE,
EUKEKA, NEW
Hinckley & Lockwood, Proprietor*.
'I’HK KtMIJIN AKE SI’ACIOUS AND
1 aupplied with Sprinr lieds throughout.
Till) ISA K
]s furnished with the finest Liquors »nd
Cigars tbo* can be purchased.
A iitsi-rlnss Itostnurant oil till*
Flmt Floor.
The l'alisiid", Hamilton, Austin. Tybo and
tcluiont otiMlos, all *'<■ t• at this llouso.
_ .ili-ni'i _
KOCH’S.
T H'OTJMi KEfcR’KtTlTLLY INFORM MY
1 friends in Muroka an j Ruby Hill, And tbo
I .lubiicin general. Oja* 1 huvo leased the
Parker House Restaurant,
And will conduct the *anjo
As a First-Clast; Satiny-house
llvriftff to raeoiva a «ha-o of patronage, and
ap«i*ritig mv fnand* and the public that i
▼ ill do all in u»y i»on*or (•» plcn*e.
M KS. J NO. A. MOO!.
Riouho Daily Record copy, fe2-Ulni
Hurrah for the Railroad!
BILLY GILLEN TO THE FRONT.
Board, $7 a Week; Single Meals,
37 X-2 Cents.
Silver Crick Hotel,
South Main street. Eureka.
t»n and after November. 1, !K7\ tho nbove
pricer will b« cApiiKod u the Silver Brick.
oSMtf "V A1. tiilJ.EX, Proprietor.
immnojAL hotel.
MAIN STUEET..ECKEKA. NEV.
Mrs. D. H. HALL, Proprietress.
AC(X<il.MGDATl<iNS UNSUIiPASSED IN
Kurei.n. Element and well vuntilalud
rooms.
A Fine Dining ZZall
In connection with the a-tnblishr.M*nt.
_ _ n lilt-f____
CO RIMER CHOP HOUSE!
Ill tho rear of iho Corner Saloon.
GIACOMELLA & CO., Proprietors.
TXVEllY DELICACY THAT CAN HE
procurod in this or thcftmi FmiieiMJ® mur
ket will bo found at this establishment.
PRIVATE K 00.11* l<»U I'AIMTIS.
mrfettf
AMERICAN CHOP HOUSE.
Sprando & Ballich, : : Proprietors.
Corner of Main urul Clark sts.
n » * T K It * llVCRlvn-)
AiMx DAILY by expre**, in »he.l and
\ J rtAMK and KISH
always on hand. v
Meals at all Hours.
I’leaae eall and try Sprando’* cooking, and
bo «ali*tiud.
n *>tr_SVIUNPOA- DAIjI.IPII.
W. P. HASKELL & Co.,
UNDERTAKERS.
WibL KK8P ON HAND AN ASSORT
men uf
Rosewood Caskcls of Every Scylo,
CoiKa Trimmings, Etc.
Fttftorul* Attended to with promptne**
nd all the a.i angemont* iuad»* with'cure and
dtanOop. Three doors north of Pa\ton X
k)*t Rack. .V*in srtroou lieroka. oihW
MISCELLANEOUS.
San Jose Savings Bank,
28U Santa Clara Street Sun Jose. Cal..
Capital Stock, - - - $600,000.
Paid in Stock—Gold C<un, $300,000.
Asset* Jan. 1„ 1375, $1,324,155.52.
Deposit receipts issued, rear
mg imprest f'KO.Vl DATE OF DEPOS
IT at SIX I’Elt CENT., payable oil demand;
EltillT PER CENT., payable in six months,
and NINE per cont. puyable in twelve
months.
Receipts are preferable to pass books, be
cause the interest is paid promptly at th
end of six months front date of each deposit.
th'iy may also bo transferred by indorsement,
and principal with interest will be paid to
holdor.
Pass books issued, if desired, and same rate
of interest allowed.
Deposits from the interior, or from any part
of the United States or Europe, may be sent
by oxprese. or by exchange on San Francisco
or Now York, in geld or currency. Parties
remitting will state the time for which the
deposit is to bF made, and a Deposit Receipt
or Puss Rook—as preferred—will bo promptly
returned.
Remittances in Currency Exchange will
bo credited in gold at current rate.
JOHN H. MOORE, 11. H. REYNOLDS,
mh7-!y President. Cashier.
E. B. MILLER.
DEALER IN
HAY. GRAIN AND POTATOES,
At the old stand of tbo E. and 1’. R. R.
Also Agent for Fire Insurance,
Representing some of the largest companies
doing busiuoss on tbo Pacific Coast
fyj-lm
DAN Cl K Cl ACADEMY.
Professor Bach
* NN'OUNCES TO THE PUBLIC
that clasfcs for instruction will
commence TilliUbDAY evening, Jan
uary Oth.
< lassos or instruction tor gentlemen, 11 biv
DaY evening, at 8 o’clock,
i rnctising class, T1IUB6DAY evening at
8 o'clock.
l.adios freo at practising classes on Thurs
day evenings.
Classes of instruction for ladies on TUES
DAY and TllLKhDAY, ut '2 o’clock p. u.
Wi*h reguiar attendance rapid progross if
guaranteed.
ja4-1in PKOF. L. DACTI.
SACRAMENTO MARKET.
>'». 74 K Strict,
Sacramento : : : : California
David De Bernard!,
Successor to I>e Bcrnardi ASani,
General Commission Merchant
DEALER IN
Vegetables,
Fruit, Fish,
Poultry,
Game.
Butter, Eggs,
And Genet al Produce.
I havo on hand, frosh orery day.
Green Peas, Asparagus, New Po
tatoes, etc., etc.
Special attention paid to orders from deal
ers in the interior.
Nothing bat the beat is my motto. Goods
carefully puckod. mr-Vlm
YOUNG’S
CONFECTIONERY!
/NAN OIKS, FKUITS.NUT8 ANPCONFEC.
V TiON 1-KY manufactured by myself, at
ho in- -t <'onfoct ioniry Jjtoro, on
The East bide of Main Street, opposite
Meyers U Franklin's,
No Old Imported Confectionery!
All Confectionery Manufactured
by Myself.
I DEFT OPPOSITION!
M. YOUNG.
THE NEW STORE.
MRS. M. A. ASHIM.
AFKKSli invoice of hussian ca
viur, Hamburg Sausage. Anchovies,
pickled eels, ote., dolieions for lunch.
Vv^cliihlc l>o|mrl»»»«‘«i<:
Asparagus, artichoke*, cauliflower, fresh
green pan*, ami all tho '.’aliloruia vegetables
in ijuantirios to suit.
lor lIousckeriiiiiK:
A splendid and com pleto u.-sortnient of Chi
nn and tinware, castors etc.
l'resh tiwh anti poultry received three times
per week by express.
.lust received a now lot ef LADIES* UN
DKK W K A it. inr23-lf
j. lkviN' Eure’oa. i. ataoN, San Francisco
LEVIN & SIMON,
IMHOKTKKH AND l)KALABS IN
CIGARS,TOBACCO.STATIONERY
CONFECTIONERY,SCHOOL BOOKS,
ETC., ETC.
Naiii Nli crl, Knre , cvada
til
WESTERN UNION
TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
TELECRAPH MONEY ORDERS.
trills COMPANY IS PREPARED TO
1 transmit money by telegraph to all
points on the Pacific Coast, and to all princi
pal cities and towns thfcf tughout U>* t'nited
sta'c*. For terms, app.y to Local Agent*,
loi-tf
MISCELL ANEO US.
- TII E -
OLD BROKER!
BOUND FOB. SH2B
BLACK HILLS!
I Will Sell for the Next 30 Days
the Remainder of
!|25,000
Worth of Jewelry, Consisting of
$5,000 Worth of
DIAMONDS!
45 Gold Watches, Howard and va
rious other Manufacture.
165 Silver Watches. Howard, Wal
tham and T. S. Bartlett
manufacture.
960 dwt. Gold Guard and Vest
Chains.
120 Assorted Coin Silver Vest
Chains.
65 Sets Ladies' Amethyst, Cameo,
Topaz, and California Gold
manufacture.
14 Pair Ladies' r old Bracelets,
Band ana lain.
975 Ladies’ and Gents' Gold Rings.
65 Sets Ladies' and Gents’ Best
duality Sleeve Buttons.
500 Sets Gents' Gold Studs,
And vario s other articles of Jewelry too
numerous to mention.
In order to save freight—it’s a long dis
tance to Clioyenno—I will sell the following:
40 Shotguns, breech and muzzle loaders.
aO-(ienuine Whistlers.
40 Uriti-h Bulldogs.
25 Smith A Wesson Russian model im
proved pistols.
15gro»« gun and pistol caps and wads.
85 H L Pistols, calibre 88. wood, ivory and
pearl handle.
85 assorted Colt’s pistols, old and new im
provement.
78 Kinaldni G, 7, and 8 inch Rogor’s Bowie
knives.
4 gross assorted Wostonholm Pocket.knives.
18 longior field glass.
6 gro«s Ungers’ nipple-plated knives, forks
and spoons.
40.000 Cartridges, assorted, to fit any pistol
or gun.
75 sucks as«ortod shot.
280 cans of powder, first quality for pistols
or guni.
225 « locks, too bulky to pack, will bo sold
at Lastern prices.
25.C00 Assorted Cigars.
— A I, S 0 —
7 Sets of Faro Tools, Checks, etc.
5 Card-trimmers, almost new.
4 Double Card-boxes.
3 Case-keepers.
45 Doz. Square Faro Cards.
2 Snap Roulette Wheels,
And ft quantity of articles, mostly new, which
L will sell, positively without reserve,
run CASH ONLY.
XI. MANHEIM,
Corner Main and Clark streets, Euroka.
P. S.—All persons indebted to me will call
and settle up within THIRTY DAYS, as col
lections will be enforced without reserve after
that date. No grace,
iotf 11. MAN HEIM.
THE NEW STORE.
MRS. M. A. ASHIM.
'PHE CHOICEST FAMILY GROCERIES.
A fresh vegetable*, poultry, game, oystors.
fish, etc.
I have also a complete assortment of
LADIES’ UNDERWEAR, such as night
dresses. chotnise, skirts, etc., aa low as they
can bo bought in San Francisco.
Delicious for Lunches: Mexican cannel
green turtles, sheep tongues, pig’s foet, dev
iled chicken, ham, and turkey, Hnd occasional
inv.>««« of fresh crabs and shrimps. fltf
Dissolution Notice.
Notice is hereby given that i
have this day purchased the interest of
C- F. tiarr in tho tailoring business formally
oonductod on Main street. Eureka, just above
th* International Hotel, under the name of
Langstroff & Jarr.
1 will continue tho busineis at tho old
stand, and will collect all debts due the old
til m and liquidate ull ol tho firm indebted
ness. 1 will continue to keep on hand a
choice seloution of first-class material, which
1 guarantee to make up to the entirasatisfae. '
tion of those who may favor me with their
patronage. JACOB B. LANUSTRoFF.
Eurkka, March 27. mr2S-lm
ORDER OF THE BOARD 01
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
OKU EH ED THAT ALL BILLS AGAINST
Eureka County must be filed with tho
County Clerk before tho first Monday of each
month, fully itemised, ami stating by whom
ordered; otherwise they will bo luid over un
til the next succeeding mouth.
id F. H. HARMON. Clerk.
NOTICE !
PARTIES HAVING PIPES ON TI1EIR
promises, from tho Water Works, will b«
held responsible for water taken therefrom
without written perraissen of the superintend
ent. W. W. McCoy, Proprietor.
Gao. F. P'l.tsSs Superintendent
mwr7-HM
MISCELL A NEO US.
John a. Paxton, allkm a. cdbtib, h. hcller
PAXTON & CO.,
BANKERS.
EUREKA, NEVADA,
J^RAW AT SIGHT, IN SUMS TO SUIT
Anglo-Californian Bank._San Francisco
Anglo-Californian Bank.London
J. Sc W. Seligman A Co...New York
D. 0. Mills A Co.Sacramento
Decker A Jewett...Marysville
White A McCornick.Salt Lake City
Discount Commercial papor, Make Collec
tions, Receive Deposits in Coin or Currency
on open account. Certificate, or Special De
posit, and transact
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
MINING STOCK BOUGHT AND SOLD
ON COMMISSION.
mhll
». B. ZBKBKBL A CO.
BANKERS.
In the Old Expren Building,
Main Street. Eureka.
RAWS AT SIGHT ON
SAN FRANCISCO,
NEW TORE
LONDON,
And all principal cities in the United States
and Europe.
Discount commercial paper.
Receive deposits in Coin or Curreney on
open account; Certificates or Special Deposits,
and will transact a
Ucueral Banking Business.
Long experience in the
Collecting Department
Cf Wells. Fargo A Co., justifies us in an
nouncing that we will make
Collections from Abroad a Specialty
nptitf
I
=.
THE LITTLE MONITOR
SEWING MACHINE!
la one of tha
GREATEST ACHIEVEMENTS OF
THE AGE!
TT MAKES THE LOCK-STITCH THE
I chain stitch, and the cable-stitch direct
Irom the two spools.
It dispenses with shuttles and bobbins.
It mnkcs the most beautiful embroidery,
direct Iroiu the two spools.
It will work with any kind of thread.
It is almost entirely noiseless.
This machine has been thoroughly tested
on all kinds of goods, and is warranted to
excel any machine in the market.
Office, three doors above the Turner House.
K. II. PARKER,
Pole Agent for the Stato of Nevada.
^•■Reliable agents wanted in every town
in the State. Rtf
For Sale.
IN PIOt'HE.NEVADA.
A Rare Chance
For a man with a
CAPITAL Or 03,000.
Inns ENTIRE STOCK OF FURNITURE
iind Manufacturing Tools of
J. R STAPLES.
l’ioche and Eugenia streets, together with the
Furniture Warehouse, one Private Dwelling
ami the lots upon which the same are situated.
For u good, energetic man this is a rare
cbauoe, as it is a good paying business.
The above property ucentrally locatad and
worthy of the notice of parties desiring to in
vast. Far particulars inquire of
mrtO-tf 3k R. STAPfcBS, Pioohe.
_miscellaneous.
JL STR AUSt
NEW JEWELRY STORE!
| HAIM NTBEET,
Below the Parker House I
My stock of jewelry is com
plete in every particular.
A Ho. 1 Pebble Spectacle* and Eye
Glasses.
&ly jewelry it from the establishment of
the only manufacturing company on the *
Coast. d28tf
EUREKA FOUNDRY.
&. C. AV9B&IOV,
Having purchased the proper
ty known as the Eureka Foundry, is
now prepared to furnish mills, furnaces, etc.'
with
Casting* of All Descriptions | also.
Machine Work.
O'Orders from Austin, Belmont, Hamil
ton, and Mineral Hill solicited and filled with
dispatch. All work leaving this foundry
GUARANTEED, and on the most reasonable
terms. Orders left at the foundry, or address
ed to L. C. ANDERSON,
Eureaa Foundry, Eureka, Nevada,
Will receive promot attention. o20tf
EDWARD CASEY,
Fashionable Tailor.1
Has removed to the north
west corner of Main and Bate
man streets, above Sweeney’s stable,
where he will keep constantly on hand
Cloth* the Latest Pattern*,
And a complete assortment of all kinds of
TAILORING GOODS. Keeping fully posted
in regard to the latest stylos, I am enabled at
all times to serve my patrons with FASH
IONABLE GARMENTS.
All work guaranteed, and PRICES TO
SUIT THE TIMES. No misfits allowed to
leave the shop. n30tf
GEORGE YOUNG,
Gunsmith and Cutler
BEOS TO INFORM THE <
public that be has re
moved from bis old stand, near
the Silver Brick Saloon, to the
opposite side, on Main street, *
next to v. Jianneim's store, wnere he will be
happy to receive the patronage of his former
customers. Ue also informs the public that
bo has
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
The finest and largest assortment
GUNS AND”PISTOLS
Of Every Patern.
Also, ammunition, and every other article in
the sporting line*
A large assortment of
Woateuholiu'a Cutlery, Bntehora’
Tools, Calllbrnlwmode
Curving Sets, Kasors,
And all other goods pertaining to this line, at
the lowest figures.
Repairing done with neatness and dispatch,
charges reasonable.
Eureka. Feb. 17th. 1974. feltUtf
Sweeney’s Stables !
The Most Extensive Livery
IN THE STATE !
—THK—
Fashion and the Dexter!
Two Complete KHtabllatamenta
UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT l
SADDLE HORSES, BUG
gie«, Carriages, Kocka
ways. Wagons, etc., in endless
variety!
Horses Bought and Bold I
And a general livery business conducted in all
of its branches.
Having obtained a permanent lease of the
Fashion .Stable—U alsh’s old stand—I will in
the future run the same in connection with
the Dexter Livery, Feed and Bale Stable.
Both establishments will be open for busi
ness day and night. '1 he finest stock and
turnouts in Amertea always on hand. Give
me a call. SWEENEY,
jl't-tf_
EUREKA STABLE
CORRAL AND HAY YARD,
North Main street, adjoining the Foundry.
rpilB N EAKEST AND MOST CON
1. venient to the Railroad Depot I AfiX
have returned to the old stand, which I have
greatly improved, and am now prepared to
FEED STOCK ON THE PREMISES,
Or deliver hay and barley in lots to suit, at
any part of the town, at tne
LOWEST CASH RATES.
As I intend to carry on a regular buslnoss in
those commodities.
itlttf W. M. SHIPLEY.
Eureka Drug Store!
1 Next floor to Welle, Forgo *
A C'o'e (Mice.
Where oan bo found
Fresh and Pure Medicines,
Patent Medicines of all Kinds,
Perfumery and Toilet Articles
OF ALL HI MW*.
Careful attention given to the preparation ot
PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS,
Haring had a practical knowledge in thii it**
for more than twjipty-Bve years.
ai>20tl K. iL SOHOTHHSR, IVniggirt.
I
Begs to inform mis
friends that he has bought
the agency of J. H. MICHAEL t
for all the
Eastern Papers, Periodicals, Ka(a<
slues and Fashion Books.
Andis prepared to deliver them to bis sub
scribers at their place of residence
FREE OF CHARGE!
| WrOFFirB.at O. Yonnfc-'sOunsmithShof,
I Main street.

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