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— _ ..... .....— ■ — ..■ ■...■■■«« .i..«i —it-.. 7 —In 'VJ7SJ-ZJ. ■ ■-■■'■■■ ■ ■ --—--——■■■■ i .■» EUREKA, EUREKA COUNTY, NEVADA. FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 14. 1S76. NO. 37 • • **!'•'* ___ _ . . .____ eureka daily Wife rUBlABHKP KVKKY KORNWO (UXOIW MOMIIAY) —BY— CASSIDY & DENNIS. J0M H. DKBBIB* _ GK0- W- CA8B,DV XfciKNS OK SUBSCRIPTION: Oneeepy.ono year, by mail.... ■ One copy. *i* month*, by nail..-— —. One TOPV. three montbi, by mail . 5 ,l0 ^npRPoyeforwardo^pOj^^j.^li..^__ T II B eureka and palisade B.ail road! HAS BEKNJ Completed to Eureka, And the Company i« now ready to carry p*v aengers and freight over the road With Regularity and Dispatch. Train' will run as follows until further notice: PaaNenger Trniias J^>are Eurek a daily at. a. m. Arrive at I’ali-aae at..10.HO a. m Making connection with East and West Bound Trains of the Central Pacific Railroad. K«»tu ruing: Leave Pali-ad* at. 4:00 v. w. Arrive at huroka at.10:.>0 r. m. IrfUlat and Accoinmodalftou Train. jaeave Kuroka daily at... 7:00 a m. Anivo ut Paliaado at. 4:40 v. m. Leave PaliMmU daily at. 7Hli a. in. Arrive at bun ** at... *:•*) v. u. The Comimnr will deliver freight to Hamilton, Pioche, Tybo, Reveille, Belmont, AND A LI. POINTS SOUTH. By it* teiinf, with e»re end liisiiateli und ai the lowest rate*. ni7tf I*. 1-iVI.K I M, Sup'l. EUREKA AND PALISADE TELEGRAPH CCMPAKT. V K n ( K With Well*, Fargo & Co, Main street, Eureka. THE ONLY LINE C'ennsetluv with the Direct At Inn. He t’nlHf, For all European cities atul towns, nnd At lantic and Pacific Telegraph. For all points coal and west our facilities for RAPID TRANSMISSION are the best in the world. n27tf P EVERTS. Oeneral Sup*t» D. B. ZBKXKEBL dt CO. HANKERS. In the Old t:x|>r<*»» linlldiiiK. Muin Struct, Kureku. TyiAWS AT SIGHT ON SAN rilANCISCO, NEW TORE LONDON, And nil principal cities in the Ini ted Sluter aud Europe. Discount commercial paper. Keceive deposit* in Coin or Currency on open account; Certificates or Special Deposits, and will transact a (■vuoral Knaikliitf KSii»lue*M. Dong exp hence in the t^olleetliav Dcpsrtineut | Cf Wells, Fargo A Co., justifies us in an nouncing that w« will make ^llsriiouM from AhroiMl a hpch.ilt)' ---aptttf_ _ J®*» k. PiiToa, nu> A.cuana, h. mullkk PAXTON & CO., BANKERS. Rl’REKA, NEVADA, J)RAW AT SIGHT, IN SUMS to SUI-i Anglo-Californian Rank.San KrnncDeo An*lo-Californian Rank.London J. 4 W. Selicman 4 Co.Now York D.O. Mill, A Co.Sacramento Docker A Jewett..Mary,villa White A McCorniok..Salt Lake City tioI?,Kk"n* Co?.merHal Make Colleo ooun.n 8,,*P",IW in Coin or Currency P«»it,Md tran"ict t“,°*t0’°r S"CC“1 Ue‘ 1 GENERAL BAKING BUSINESS Xi0lJulIT AND S0LD -—_nihil_ Lost-$20 R e w r* rd. S™.™ FROM KISH CREEK. ONE <id» .7* horse; ha, a blotch biantl on left side him!)8 r !• al11.* ha, a white spot on each mule hr.-”/ i r* Also a thrown horse left hi, ran,?l’,<J "’"h * I above a heart on the about inn V11' ,,r.° w,"fh animals and weiph be iiald00fni>*»tH^‘j 18 “hove reward will leadingt f?I .*h°lr delivery or information tunaing to thotr rooovery. -L*»flni _.1. S. WH1TT0N. NOTICE. I fo^|Rt Tu?rH,I)AY HOLD AND TRANS iness to. Woodruff 4 Lnnor my -ntir,, bus uk.°‘ Kond-wi 1. etc., of mv min 6tCuet- between Clark and Rite lu^fur^thel8' " thl" ,0,Tn- 'iiankiny the pub li.lt J„ if bast patrunaire, I respectfully so li,!; a continuance of tin ir favor, for the now fW. i „ A- O* SNKT81NUKK. Kureka, June 37, i«7ti. jo^-lm SA LOONS. COURT EXCHANGE Northeast Cornor of, hjain and Bateman Sts. EUREKA. N K V. XTONE BUT THE FINEST QUALITIES l*i ot liquors and the choicest brands of cigala dispensed at the bar. Connected with the establishment is a Club R o o m A nd a number e* well-furnished card-room* for private partier. jalltf HANK KNIGHT, Proprietor. THE SAZERAC -SALOON, Main Struct. Ei'Rkka, NNITH * CANA VAN. PROP'S. REFITTED and REFURNISHED! Making it one of the most attractive places in Eureka. The BiHiard Parlor, Attached to the SAZEKAC, is the finest bil liard room in town, containing the newest and most improved tables. The Lunch Stand, IVJH. Jl 111, Prop*r, Attached to the SAZEKAC, is neatly fitted up, and the finest lunches, with IIOT COFFEE AiNIt TEA, can always be obtained* DROP IN AT THE SAZERAC! my*3Mt FRANK’S SALOON! JOS. MENDES, Prop’r. VyriJOl.K^DK AND RETAIL DEADER Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. All kind* of Soda Drinks,flavored with th* following EX Til ACTS .con nattily or. hand: ■^arasparilla. Shorrbot, Fear, Flack berry. Ambrosia, Orgeat, Demon* Kane, Eortar, Ora ago,1 Milk Flinch, Hock. \ nnilio, Ice Cream, Claret, V'ingr, Cofifoet ream. Mint, Strawberry, t ho’late cr^a nCatawba. Fine Apple, Grecian Bend, *VildCberry ila*Pberry and Don’t*’are. RENO and CLUB ROOMS! Money to loan on collateral or approved business paper. __27-nihl4_ PALACE SALOON, East Main street. South of Wells, Fargo <k Co. f.l I II Lit n.AKIi. rrwprlclor, Has fitted it, in the best style the above Saloon, where ho will keel only the choicest brands of Liquor* and Ci gars. Call and ho cor vinced. Eureka. Nov. 1<>. 1X71. nov2l-tf U IIjLI a. k i>s ! ihb couarsm. nAR.IT'ST RKCKIVCT) M‘,W 1511.1,[AIU TABLES, with Delanv4* Puioui Wir* Cushions, and is to be kept as A FIRST-CLASS SALOON. i ‘’ropr«,to,J »r»l«_ OAMBRI.US 8 A LOO A -AND LUNCH HOUSE! In the basement of WhittOL's AM EH.CAN EXCHANGE BUILDING, N. E. Corner ol Main and Clark Ste. CmiCAGHi;eeu. AND THE BEST LIQ > uorft, lV ini s anu ( igar* fur 1-MV vents. Cold Lunch iit all heirs. 1IAUPT A M(DaNIEL (MAC. the Stage Driver), Proprietors. May 0, lh7i». myotf EL DORADO SALOON. BILLIARD HALL AND TEN-PIN ALLEY Tno I).Mir. Allow- 1‘nxton & Co'. Hunk. Main Struct, Eureka, r|MllS SALOON HAS RECENTLY BEEN X thoroughly rolitted and rolurmahod, and Mocked with tne KIN KIT WINKS, LIQUORS AND ClllARS THAI OUU LI) BE UBIAIN EU. It will bo continued, aa hcrotuforo, A First-Class Establishment in Every Respect. Evory one is cordially invited to call, LAOEK llEEl<v from the Philadelphia Brewery of San I ruueiaco, kept constantly on hand. 'Itl-in>3tf D. W. LsiVA.V Proprietor ARCADE SALOON! W. 8. SOLAN3, Pro’r, South Main Street, Eureka, Nevada. IJIIIE BEST! )’KS, THE VERY REST,01 Wlura, l,li|ii»r*aii<l I'lgara Passed over the ARCADE BAR. -fob twelve and a HALF CENTS ! dl7-tf W. 8. BOLAND. iob »mtmw« or ail kinds, ex. *) ecuted with diipatoh at the SENTINEL printing Offiua. MISt'ELLA SEO US. WM. H. CLARK KEEPS EVERYTHING ! I AT TUB CORNER OF MAIN AND CLARK STREETS* , ETJRE K A , NEVADA. AG ENT FOR DUPONT AND GIANT POWDER. WM. II. CLARK. Eiirnkn, April 8, 1878. apStf THE PIONEER ArlAIH JEWELRY STORE > IN E U R E K A ! i:hriiti.isii l it in 1809. I _ ■jJ. STRAUS, (Opposite J. A. Paxton Sc (Vs Bank'. INFORMS 1 HE POBUOTHAT HE WILL silt at m holcsnlc prices his entire stock ol W utches and Jewelry, ."ilverware. Spectacles, etc. lie meant business. Call and «oo him. Alarm clocks at $1 i»i*t <• •, formly $8. \\ arches cleaned and repaired t**rtM. J. '"THAI > is in weekly receipt of new Wa'ches and Clinics. lie hail t e only aenoine Bir^li p it* nt watch key that wind* up ail natch >; »-rice£1 Midi Orders from ilitecuuiry promptly hi tended t". J STilAl S. je|-*f EUREKA AND CALIFORNIA L lT M HER C 0 M P A \ 1. South Main Street, Eureka. Nevada and California LUMBER. OK ALL KINDS. Redwood, Oregon and Sugar Pine MINING TIMBERS Building: Lumber! A complete assortment of Clear & Dressed Lumber, Flooring, Siding, Rustic and other STYLES OF SIDING, MOULDING, Lath, Shingles. Doors, Sash and Blinds, etc., always on Hand. EVERYTHING AT THE LOWEST CASH RATES. riTtl K. * I„ CO. LEVIN & BRANDTS’ Bavaria and Boca Beer Depot. ; l'h roe door# above Meyer*# A Frank lin*#, MAIN cUTtEKT, EUREKA. llfE WILL KEEP OX HAND If a constant supply ot the eel** orated Bavaria and Pocii Beer; ulsn^HH^ Vineyard, Prop A (V# JMir.crae da Forge, and other well known brand# of brandies, Bour bon and Iiye whiskies, #ot»o 24 vear** old, and the finest liquor# of all kind# at 12‘v con # a drink. We have an elegant elevator of the latent pattern for hoi ting the beer, til e*t in gla-Mo*. cold Iron) the cellar, at the tick ol the bell. Free lunch from 11 to l o’clock daily; will also keep sandwiches of all kind#, Dutch Herring#, Caviar, Hum, etc. Pigai# a #pe Oiaity. M- • i\ I, I - LEV IN, ji-tf L d IS BRANDT. F. LOI33 WY I > KGS TO INFORM IUS 1/ friend# that he no hoiurht • he agency of «J. H. Mil'll A EL for all the Kaatcrii I'Hper#, PeriiMllcnh, Naga* xine# and FahIiIoik HiMikM, And I# proparod to deliver them to his sub* w fiber# at their place of residence FRF. K OF CHARGE! OFF U’E. at G. Yountt’n Gunamith’a Shop, MuL. atreot. HOTELS, ETC. TURNER HOUSE. Having again assumed control «f the abovo establishment I am pre pared to accommodate all who may favor me with their patronage. The house is to be immediately overhauled and thoroughly renovated. Afint-clnss BILLIARD SALOON will also be added. The Bar Stock will comprise the choicest liquors, wines and cigar obtainable iu the San Francisco market. The Tnble Will, at all times, be supplied with every del icacy of the season. B. M. Ti nNKIl, Proprietor. mrl.Vtf l.\TEU\ATIO\AL HOTEL. MAIN STREET.i.EUREKA. NEV. Mrs. D. H. HALL, Proprietress. ACCOMMODATIONS UNSURPASSED IN Eureka. Elegant and well ventilated rooms. * A Fine Dining Ball In connection with the establishment. __nliitf MOCH’S. I WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM MY 1 friends in Eureka and ltuhy Hill, a ni the public in general.' that I have leased the Parker House Restaurant, Ami will conduct the Mime As a First-Class Eating-honse Hoping to receive a *hare of patronage, and aMitring mv friends* and the public that 1 will do all in my power to please. MRS. J NO. A. MOCH. Piocho Daily Record copy, fe23*lm Hurrah for the Railroad! BILLY GILLEN TO THE FEONT. Board, $7 a Week; Single Meals, 37 1-2 Cents. Silver Brick Hotel, South Main street. Eureka. and after November, l, 1875, the above prices will be charged at the Silver Brick, oJUf WJM. GILLEN, Proprietor. The Pioneer Restaurant, Opposite J. S. M’hitton'a Stone Store, Main Street, Eureka. GEO. P. EU2VEGB.Sir \ITILL UK PLKA>HIJ TO 8RE ALL HIS f I old t'ri'-mie at his house at any time. \i the PIOXKKR they will tind The Tables Supplied *vith all the delicacies that can be obtained, •uui the l ioneei shall be as wol) kept as an> Jestaiirant in Eureka. Give me a cull ami see how entirely you wil »*e suited. jel7 J. L. HINt KLKY. J. II. LOCKWOOP PARKER HOUSE, EC BEK A, NEV. ilincklcy &. Lockwood, Proprietors. T’llE Komis a BE SPACIOUS AND I supplied with Spring ISods throughout. I ll I. IIA It Is ftirni«hrd with the finest Liquors and igars ilm* uan ho purchased. A I iul.cljw, KcNlnurniit on She First Floor. The Palisade, Hamilton, Austin. T.vbo ami | Liolmont S.Hgor, all stop st this ilouso. jll-uUi UNITED STATES BAKERY and Restaurant. Jacob Kirachstallor, Prop’r. <EHVKI> UP AT ALU TIMES. IN TUt >5 xnast approved style. Fish, Game, Ind the best PEEK, P'MK and MliTtuN tu ho i ruourod in the market. Meals at all hours. BREA l>. 1MKS, OAKES, etc. tnyH-tl PEG III A LODGING HOUSE. \JT,S. J. M. ANl> V. MOTT SMITH ifl have opened the above-named lodging house on NoKlII MAIN feTRHKT, which liU' recently been thoroughly renovated unci roiurni-hod. The Rooms Arc f*'uciou'’ and pleasant and will bo kept in the cc»l of order, while The Charges Will he af* reasonable rh at any establish ment i*» the town, j«7-tt 1111: SUMMER PLACE, FKEIK It. JOHNSON, Proprietor. OODA water with all — tho different flavoring ex* trat ts 1 ijnwn. Fresh buttermilk ev«ry day. • r re.-h t utitoi mu fruit9, ( au dio*, Nut*, etc., ken* constantly on bund. Tu*» attention of tho ladle* is rcHpeottully callod to uiy FLACK, below Fisk’s Chop House. jul t7 DETTER rpAKKS 1 HIS METIlOP OK INFORMING 1 tho p ublic that ho bus on* nod the finest BATHING & SHAVING SALOON In Kuro* «, in tho building known its the Sil ver Frick, on North Main <*tro«-t. l*ri\ at • entrance tor Indies on l$uol street. Aly patron* aro assured’bn* no pain* will be spar' d for their 13 i and com fort. jel>tf M [tiCELL A A'EO US. GO TO THE New Blacksmith Shop To get your work don*. GOOD WORK AND LOW PRICES! I AM PREPARED WITH good stock of material to do work promptly. Light buggy, wagon-work and painting will receive especial attention. florae Nboelug executed with dispatch, and satisfaction guaranteed. GEO. L, OTT, mrBl-tf South Main street. Eureka. r. SASTEW-* CHICAGO BEER DEPOT 1 Opposite Wells, Fargo A Co’*. I WILL KEEP A CONSTANT SUPPLY OF the celebrated Boca Lager Beer! Pronounced the best in the United States. Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Also the well-knowa CHICAGO BREWERY BEER. I invito my friends and the public in gen eral to drop in and take a smile. my24tf _F. HASTEN, PIONEER Barber Shop & Bath House, First door north of the Pioneer Restaurant. North Mat" street. Euroka. THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING RE cently openeu the abcve estaklisnmont jffers his professional services to all who desire a firsr-elass physiognomical HAIR CUT. or an ecstatic Sil A VE. &0~ Hair Cutting, 50 cents. Shampooing* iU cents. Connected with the estab lishment are several neatand elegant Bath Rooms, where the most desirable Ilot or Cold Baths can be bad at all timos. BATHS, 75 CENTS. A share *f public patronage is solicited. JAMES AJ. M. MOODY. Prop'r. Joint 8HR0UFK. HUGH MC’CRUH. SHROUFE & McCRUM, [Successors to J. M. Goowey Jt Co., Importers of Liquors, riff b KENTUCKY WHISKIES, Etc. 409 ru(I 411 Front tit., San Francisco. : : : California. mr~>tf S. FRIEDMAN, DKALKR IN FAMILY GROCERIES, CROCERY AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. CONSTANTLY ON HAND, A CHOICE lot of Furnily Groceries and Country .'rod uce. Lhdiea.if you want your husband? to love [ vou, go to Friedman's for your groceries, as the following will show: >»i! say not 1 love you, because the molasses You purchased at Friedman's was gclden and clear; The syrup, the sugar, ♦he JoMv in glasses. The crackers, the maek’rel I know were not dear. But when vou came to me with Friedman's smoked salmon. And showed me his samples of Limborger cheese. [ felt that his claim to bo cheap was not gam* mon. 1 loved you, and said so. dear Jane, on my knees. ia28tf Eureka Drug Store! SNut Dwir to W’ellM, Fargo 4 <V» Office. VVhero can be found Fresh and Pure Medicines, Patent Medicines of all Kindi, Perfumery and Toilet Articles OF ALL KINDS. Careful attention given to the preparation oi PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS, Having had a practical knowledge in thialin ror more than twenty-five years. anJOtt F. J. SCHNEIDER. Druggist. JACOB B. LANGSTROFF, Merchant Tailor, ext door to International Hotel, Main street, lilts a Fine Stock of Imported French Broadcloths, Doeskins, Cassimeres, Vestings, Eto„ Direct from new york.on hand. . He wilt furnish a line suit of clothes, and exact tit guaranteed tor less cash than any tailor in this State, and San Franoisce not ex cluded. __ _ard-tf_ _ EDWARD CASEY, Fashionable Tailor. Has removed to t.h e north- ^s. west corner of Main aud Rate man streets, above Swoeney’s stable, (13 vhert he will keep constantly on hand •■HA Cloths of the Latest Patterns, And a emnpletn assortment of all kinds of TAILORING GOODS. Keeping tally posted in regard to the latest styles, 1 am enabled at all times to serve niv patrons witli FASH ION A RLE GARMENTS. All work guaranteed, and PRICKS TO SPIT THE TIMES. No misfits allowed to leav e the shop. nSOtf ). Levin. Eureka. i. simon. San Francisco LEVIN & SIMON, IUPORTVRS ASP DKALKBR IS CIGARS.TOBACCO,STATIONERY CONFECTIONERY,SCHOOL BOOKS, ETC., ETC. Main Street, Eureka, Nevad.i. I nl Ml SPELL A NKOU8._ D. M ANHEIM, BIALIK IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, ffjr BARON’S BRICK BUILOINB. MAIN STRUT. Eureka, Nevada. __ o. BuiKKL. a. urm 0. DUNKEL & CO., Corner Main and Clark tree to. Beaten is Feroign and Bometdo DRY GOODS, AND CAOTHUTCt! BOOTS, SHOES. HATS. CAPS, ETC.. And Manafactaren of CASSIXERE a«D WHITE BHIKTB, mrlS-tf NEW CLOTHING STORE. Gents Famishing Goods, Boots, Shoes and Bats, Fresh, Fashionable and Cheap. JUST OPENEEP, BOOTH OF PAXTON A CO'S BANK. The cheapest goods in town FOR MON KY SAM. GOLPSTONB, jelotf Proprietor. HORSES FOR SALE! ISO X.ARGB WORK BOUSES Are offered for sale on good terms, at the Railroad Company's Stable, on South Main street. The horses will be kept constantly on hand until all are sofiTT A Number of Thorough-braced Wagons! Will be sold cheap. Terms eash. or approved credit, J. B. KEEN, „ . . Veterinary Surgeon. Eureka, May 28, 1876. mv28tf JUST KHOBXVEB -AT J. H. MICHEL’S. MAIN ST., EUREKA. First door above W. H. Stowell’s Drug Store, A fresh stock of Stationery of all kinds, Cigars and Tobaoeo, Meerschaum Pipe., Cutlery, Toys, And fancy goods of all kinds. N. B.—A choice lot of ALBUMS for holi day presents. d8tf SAIM. GOLDSTONE. Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, To baccos, Cigars, Hardware, Crockery, Glassware, And a full assortment of Qoneral Merchan dise cheap for cash, wholesale and retail. Call and see me at Odd Fellows’ building, or at my Clothing Store, south of Faxton k Co’s Bank. jelMf Wholesale Liquor House * In Whiltea’i Stone Bnlldlnff, Sala Street. Eureka. Having just retuued from the East, after purchasing a large and SELECT STOCK OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIOARS, 1 am competent of not only competing with the Eureka merchants, but alike with San Francisco travelers. 1 will alto beable to furnish salooon-keepers with Cron It Beer, On and after June 1st I say nothing but what I am willing to guarantee. COMB ANI> SEE FOK YOUR SELF. HENRY KIND. Proprietor. —— _____ ieltLmytt STATE AND COUNTY TAXES. All property, real and per. tonal, is now a>sess*ble for State and county purposes. Property holders will eon for a faver by calling at tbe Assessor’s office 1 and giving in their statements. myUf J. C. POWELL. County Assessor. Ruby Hill Water Works. From and after this date all claim* against the Ruby Hill Water Works will be paid by J. W. PEARSON, who is also alone authorised to settle with those indebted to the same. W. B. HATJrCB, Proprietor. >eM/