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U IEKA DAILY SENTINEL.
VOlTxl EUREKA. EUREKA COUNTY, NEVADA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 26, 1876. NO. 47 EUREKA daily sentinel. PUBLISHKD KVKRY MORNING (KXCKPT MONDAY) —BY— CASSIDY & DENNIS. JORNH.DWRI8. _ GKO. W. CASSIDY. TKKMS of SUBSCRIPTION: lonpyopy. ono year- bymMl.;..*> loceo"pv months, by mail... . * « I ne^py. throo month*, hy mail. . 5 00 THE EUREKA MID PALISADE naiiro a <1! HAS BEENJ Completed to Eureka, And the Company is now ready to carry pas tenners and freight orer the road With Regularity and Diapatch. Trail)* will run as follows until further notice: I'HMHcngcr Train* r.onrc Eureka daily at. 3:1:0 a. m. Arrive at I'alirule at..10:00 A. M. Milking connection with East and West Bound Trains of the Central Pacific Railroad. K€»tu rul hi;: hoar* l**liBadv :it. 4:00 i\ \i. j Arnvwwt Eureka at.10:^0 l’. u. Irfi^ht nn«l A<*<‘«»miiio<?ntloii TrHlii; j :oa vc Eure kit daily at... 7:W)a hi* ;i,riire at Vuli?*u*l* at....*:-«o p. m. Jreftvo I'ali-mU daily at. 7>f> a. *. Arrivo at Eureka *1.-.— • *'• **• The Company will deliver freight to Hamilton, Pioche, Tybo, Reveille, Belmont, am* all points south. |ly its teems, with rare and dispatch and at the lowest rates. j5lf I*. KVKKTM. iJriirrnl Snp't. EUREKA AND PALISADE TELEGRAPH COMPANY. O F F I C F, With Wells, Forgo A. Co., Main street. Eureka. THE ONLY LINE (oniKM'ltiiK will* lin* him*t Allan lie ( Able, For all Ruropoun cities and towns, and At lantic and Pacific Telcir raphe For all points em<t and wi st our facilities for RAPID TRANSMISSION amtho best in the world. n*/7tf P. EVERTS. Genorul Sup*L 9. B. ZBKBKBX. A CO. HANKERS. la the Old Expretm RglMIuf, Main Street. Eureka. TyiAWS AT SIGHT ON SAN FRANCISCO, NEW YORK LONDON, Arel all principal citle* in the 1 nitod Stater and Europe. Hirenunt commercial paper. Keccivo d iposit* in (Join or Currency on open account: Certificate* or Spodal Hepoait*. and will tran-act a t.eneri.l llnnklli|[ lllininc.N. IEongcxp rience in tho tiillrrtlii* Oepartindil CM* ollr, Fargo ,V Co., ju*tifl\* ua in an nouncing that wo will make * ulleellong Iron, Aliroit.l n Sped.illy - jticitf_ I J<,HN A* Paxto*, am.kn a. rvRTia. 11. muu.fh PAXTON & CO., BANKERS. KUREKA, NEVADA, D,tAN AT rill)llT' lN SUMS TO sun Anglo-Californian l!,nk.San Krnndaco Aoglo-CulilormanHank.London , A W. Seligman A Co.Now York ’• A Co.Sacramento ..Maryaville 'hits A MoCoroick..Salt l.uke City tionl‘T^iCoDri“er',i,,l .MRer, Make Colleo on ou« 0 I" Coin or Currency [ ^°Mr^ttertiflc‘to'ur 8,,ee“‘i,e i A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS I ON COMMISSION. B0UG1IT ANU 80LD |_____m h 11 HIRAM JOHNSON, Whulcaalo und ltetail Ooaler in STAPLE AND FANCY (iUOCERlES -ANIi ovisioiis Gutter and. Ilgga a Specialty. * ’''''Kirn llntu. Hml llrrakliivt lumm, sugar cured, alwayc unhand. MaiuTtroe? ni,r,!' "f l ll,rk -tract, on -__ an III IilSf*l‘. OF ALL DESCRII'. Offiei. ’ 10 urJer at ihe SENTTUKl, SALOONS. COURT EXCHANGE Northeast Corner of Main and Bateman Sts. EUREKA, NEV. None but the finest qualities of liquors and the choicest brands of cigars dispensed at tho bar. Connected with the establishment is a Club R o o m And a number ot well-furnished eard-roomi for private parties. jalltf HANK KNIGHT, Proprietor. THE SAZERAC SALOON, Mint Stbret, Emm. HMITH A ('AN A VAN. P MOP'S. REFITTED and REFURNISHED! Making it one of the most attractive places in Eureka. The Billiard Parlor, Attached to tho SAZERAC, is the finest bil liard room in town, containing the newest and most improved tables. The Lunch Stand, WM. JUKI. Prop's-, Attached to the SAZERAC, is neatly fitted up, and the finest lunches, with HOT COFFEE AN It TEA, can always bo obtained. DROP IN AT THE SAZERAC! mygt-tl FRANK’S SALOON! JOS. MEMDES, Prop’r. yy HOLES ALE and retail dealer Fiue Wines, Liquors and Cigars. All kind, of Soda Drink., flavored with the following EXTRACTS,constantly on hand: Sarnsnarilla. Sherrbet, l’car, lllackherry. Ambrosia, Orgeat, Lemon, Rose, Nectar, Orange, Milk Punch, Hock. Vitnilla, IceCream. Claret, Ringer, Coffee 1,'ream, Mint, Strawberry, Cho’lato creamCatawba. 1‘inc Apple, lifecian Rend, Wild Cherry Raspberry and Don’tCare. KBNO and CLVB ROOMS! Money to loan on collateral or approved business paper. _ 27-mhM_ _ PALACE SALOON, Eiint Main street. South »f Wells. Fargo A Co. 1,1 KCFtK n,A1* K. Proprietor, HAS FITTED rp, IN TllK REST STYLE. tho above Saloon, where ho will Loop only the choicest brands of Liquors aud Ci gars. ( al» and be convinced. Eureka, Nev. lli, !S71. nov21-tf B I T, 1^ 1 Alt 1)S ! THE CORNER Has just received new billiard TABLES, with Delany'a Patent Wire Cuahiona, and ia to be kept aa A FIRST-CLASS SALOON. GKO. THACKER.) p_.. CLAV SIMMS. / Proprietor*, up 19__ r. HASTEN S (II HAM) BEER DEPOT! Oppoaite Wolla, Fargo Si Co’a. I W11,1, K KHP A CONSTANT SUPPLY OF 1 tho celebrated 1 iQca Ija»;er Ueer! I’ronouncoil tho boat in the United Staton. Fino W inos, Liquor* an ^ ('iKur-*. Al*o tho well-known CUiCAUU LIKE tv F1»Y BEEil. I invito niy friond* and the public in «en orul to drop in and take a smile. m.v-itt I. K tSTEKt Wholesale Liquor House! In Wtitlt»ii'*i Slime (till till ill;, Main Slreel luireka. Having just retired from the East, after purebuaing a large and SKLECT STOCK OK WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, I nui com potent of not only competing with the Eureka merchants, but alike with San Francisco travelers. 1 will also be able to furnish salooon-keepers with 0 x* o n It Beer, On anil after Juno 1st. 1 aay nothing hut whut I am willing to guarantee. COMIC ANI) SHE YOU YUUU SKLK. HENRY KIND. 1’roprietor. joi0-my6 T. DETTER WAKES '11I1S METHOD OP INFOllMING 1 the public that lie has oponod the finest BATHING & SHAVING SALOON In Eureka, in the building known as the Sil ver Iirick, on North Main street. Private entrance for ladies on Buol street. My patrons are assured that no pains will bo spured for tholr l oonimodution and com b»lt. j r i •»-11 WESTERN UKiON TELEGRAPH COMPANY. TELEGRAPH MONEY CODERS. ' ?111 I » COMPANY I*. PHKPAHKIJ TO I t o.mil t.ionoy h*. t.|->gi.:,b t- .ill foints on the Paciiio Co-isr, and to all I 'irci pal cities^ and towns tii*: >ugiiout flic 1 riito.i States. For forms, uppiy to Local Agent.. [ N J«s>tf MISCELL A NEC US. WM. H. CLARK KEEPS EVERYTHING ! AT THE CORNER OF MAIN AN1> CLARK STREETS' EUREKA, , NEVADA. *arAGENT FOR DUPONT AND GIANT POWDER. WM. II. CLARK. Eurokn, April 0, 187k. apktf NEW JEWELRY! P. STELER WATCHMAKER -AND JEWELER BK<58 LEAVE TO INFORM THE PUBLIC that ho hu just received a Terr fine stock of Diamonds, Watches, Chains, Jewelry, Silverware, and Clocks. Which he fffers to sell at TWENTY-FIVE i’Etl CENT. LESS than any other house. IMeaso call at his store, one door south of S. A-him A liro., and examine his new stock of goods before purcha^ng elsewhere. His motto is quick salos and small profits. A e.»od assortment of pebble spectacles con stantly on hand. All of the al uvo he guarantees to bo of tlio HIM Ql AL1TV, uud warranted as repre sented. N. 11.—Special attention paid to watch work. Watches repaired and cleaned ami warranted for one year. New jewelry made to order, and jswelry neatly ropaired. All orders from the country promptly at tended to. I\ STELER. Eurek, July 4, 1870. jy5tf GO TO THE New Blacksmith Shop To got your work done. GOOD WORK AND LOW PRICES! T AM PREPARED WITH * good Mock of material to do work promptly. Eight buggy, wagon-work and painting will receive ©special attention. Horft* Nhoeliig executed with dispatch, and satisfaction guaranteed. GKO. L. OTT, mrttl-tf South Main street. Eureka. PIONEER Barber Shop & Bath House, First door north of the Pioneer Restaurant. North MaJ" street. Eureka. 'I'll E INMiKS’.iNKO, 1UVIX1J RE 1 oently opened tho abi *o establishment offers his prolo Honal services to all who desire a iirst-class ; hysiognomical HAIR CUT, "r an ecstatic Si* AYE. ** ♦. Hair Cutting, fro rent?, .'■ humpeeing1 si cents. Connected with the estals lishoient >;re several neat and Li%wolegant Rath Rooms, where *L’JLtho most dctirablo Hot or Cold Ruths can ho had at all times. BATHS, 75 CENTS. A share »f public patronage is solicited. JAMES M. M. MOODY. Proper. LEVIN & BRANDTS’ Bavaria and Boca Beer Depot. Three doors above Moyor’s & Franklin’s, MAIN STREET, EUREKA. WE WILL KEEP ON HAND /f&f* a constant supply of the cele-tjU^^^ hrnted Bavaria and Boca Beer; also'^HI^ Vineyard, Prop A Co’s Saiorac de Forge, and other well known brands ©f brandies, Bour bon ami Rye whiskies, some 21 years* old, and the finest liquors of all kinds at 12H cents n drink. Wo have an elegant elevator of the latest puttern for hoisting tho boor, tilled in glasses, cold from tho cellar, at the tick of the bell. . Free lunch from 11 to 1 o’clock daily; will also keep sandwiches of all kinds, Dutch Herrings, Caviar, 11 am, etc. Cigars a spe cialty. M<’KKL> LEVIN, ji-tf LOCKS BRANDT. F. L0 33 WY 1>IX1S TO INKOKM HIS t) frii*mls that lit* ha* *u>mrht •ho agency of J. 11. MlCtiAKl lor all llio XhlMOria l*H Periodi« (i U, ltSatfM iriineN and I'lisliii.H Ho< ka, And i« !»rr>iiur«'l to doiivor thorn to his sub > riot i s at their place of u <; u*.,.v F K *•: K OF ( HA HUr) Cl < H'KIt'K. Ht <1. Young's Gunsmith's Shoo. Mnij strai t. SOCIETIES. Eureka Lodge,No. 16,F.AA.NI. The Stated Communications of EuJ reka Lodge, No. IK. F. A A. M„ will lie held in Masonic Hall, on every Saturday on or preceding the full moon in each month. Callod Communications every Saturday Evening. Members of sister lodges, and sojourning brethren in good standing, are cordially in vi >ed to at land. JOHN GILLESPIE, W.M. II. Joiinso*. Secretary. 15-jal2 St. John’s Chapter, No. 5, Royal Arch Masons. 1HIE STATED COMMUNICA TIONS ofSt John's Chapter, No. IHwr 5, b. A. M„ will be held in MA- jf&Y SONIC HALL, on the Second and MHHB Fourth WEDNESDAY EVENINGS of each month. Called Communications on all other Wednesday evenings. All Koyal Arch Masons in food standing are cordially invited to attend. n. E. BAILY. H. P. W. Wkkmctb. Secretary. myl4 K. of P. Beatific lodge, no. 7, k. or p., holds regular conventions the second and fourth FRIDAY EVENING of each month, at 7:J0 o’clock, sharp, at its Castle Hall, in Odd Fellow’s Hall. All sojourning mem* bers in good standing are eordially invited to attend. W. II. DAVENPORT. C. C. E. R. Doprr, K. of R. and S. Evreka. Nev., July. 20, 1H7M. • 23-tf I. o. O. F. I EUREKA LODGE. NO. 22. 'j meets Every THURSDAY EVENING. IN ODD FELLOWS’ HALL. At 8 o'clock p. M. All members in good standing are cordially invited !o attond. • THUS. LASPEYRE, N. G. Lambprt Mot.inki.li, Secretary. 10-jy20 A. O. H. rplIEA. 0. II. meet every first and third JL SATURD i Y EVENING of each month, at 8 o'ociock. at tho corner of Clark and Monroe streets, until further notice. THOS. HALEY, President. P, F. Splawk. Secretary. au7 Rebekab Chanty Degree. 1.0.0. F. THE REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE I Rehekab Charity Degree Lodge, I, 0. 0. F„ will be hold in the Odd Fellows Hall, on the first and third FRIDAYS of each month, at7X o'clock p. m. W. H. DAVENPORT. N. G. Daw. Nath aw, Sec’y. 5-tf Anti-Chinese Club of Enreka MEETS AT THE COURT-HOUSE THE second and fourth SATURDAYS of each month at 8 o’clock r. m. 0. H. MILLER, President Gko. W. Teavkrh, Secretary. jeiStf SV&BEA OUA&9I | ATTENTION. COMPANY! | Regular meeting for drill ev ery THURSDAY EVENING, at 7 o'clock sharp. myl-tf L. R. KKLKY. Captain. MARK 3IOORE, Bay Stallion, 16 Hands 3 Inches; 170ALED IN 186»; GOT BY GEORGE 1? MOORE out of AIOLLY MUSIC, will make the season of lfflti at Mosier’s Ranch, Steptoe Valley, Nevada: three days of each week, and at Wm. McCill's Ranch, On Duck Creek, Nevada, alao throe days of each week. Terms.Thirty (830) Dollars. The seaaon to commence on May 1,1>7H, and end August I, I87B. Mares not proving in foal, can be returned next season free o! charge. Good pasture and care lor mares sent to either place. Accidents and esenpos at the risk of the owners. Both pastures are well enclosed. ap27.ini T. B. STUART. ASSAY OFFICE —AMD— BULLION MELTING BOOMS. rplIOMAS 1-RICE (FORMERLY OF THE 1 San Francisco Assaying and Uefining Works), having fitted up the old Pacific Mail building. No. 524 Sacramento street, of rnor of L«*idosdorff, as so Assay Office, Chemical Laboratory and Bullion Rooms, is now prepared to make assays of the previous and usofa 1 metals and their ores as well as complete or partial analyses of all the miner als, salts, waters or other substances that may bo desired, and is prepared to receive Bullion for melting into liars, refining, part ing and coinage, special attention being paid to the treatment of Bar Bullion, and he hopes that his long residence and experience in his profession will entitle him to a reasonable portion of the business of his friends and the public generally. myl2-'<m LIVERY, FEED AND Sale Statole. c.o. cari'Kttkb. n. manor. BISHOP & CARPENTER. SOUTH MAIN Si'XKKT. NKAKI.Y OPPO sito tile Turner House. Kureku. Wo huve recently purchased u liumhor ol elegant turn outs undn bit ot tine saddle-horses, and are prepared to f orrish OA K It I AH KS, BUGG IKS and SAUULK 11UK.SK> at reasonable rates, llorsos boarded by tho day, week, or month. Huy ai d Burley or sale. By fair-dealing, pood stock, and strict at tention to business, we hone to secure a lair share ot patronage. ap'tf r» O LLrIAX. Y POLL TAX UK dibit HULLAKS IS now duo tho Slate, for tho year W.», by each inaloinliMbiianlo. t r tho mre ol twenty-one and under sixty years. 1‘lo.iso call at tho As sessor’s ollieo and settle. J.C. rOWELL. County A sea'or. Eikkka, Nov., April -b 1*S7I>. _ apl?1_ |> I I.IJi K .% HI s. JT.l I UltllKi li», j i> and card.', printed at tho bUJSTlNEb | oilico, to order M rSC EL L A NEO US. A GRAND OPPORTUNITY! The public can purchase for CASH, or approved paper, the foil owing described property: Thirty No. 1 Work Horses and Mules; Quartz, Wood and Coal Wagons; Harness Strech ers, Etc., Etc.; or Teams Complete, if Do* . sired; FIVE THOUSAND GOOD SECOND* HAND BARLEY SACKSf ONE CART AND HARNESS; Alio my Dwelling House, Situate at the head of Spring street, containing six rooms and a hall; also the property at the foot of Buel street, known as the Davis property, consisting of a large Adobe House, con taining fifteen rooms, in excellent repair, suitable for a hotel or lodg ing-house, And the large stables adjoining, with a ca pacity of stabling ono hundred head of animals, with acoral attached; —AI.SO— ONE IRON FRA ME PIAN In perfect order, of the celebrated Matha* •hok make. All of the above described property I will sell at a bargain. j3-tfW. B. HARRUB. R. SADLER & CO., MAIN STREET..EUREKA, NEV. DEALERS Of GENERAL MERCHANDISE. <Joo<Im Itellieml Frrc of (Iinripe. AGENTS FOR FORfiZaN AND BOMB INSURANCE COMPANIES, ALSO FOR THE California Powder Work*, Hercu les Blasting and Sport ing Powder. mar7-tf ATTENTION! 1U1E CORNER SALOON OF T1IACHER . & CO. will be closoif on the 15th instant for repairs, Until further notice, 1 will sell, up to the 15th instant, a LOT OF GOODS such as GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES ! Fine Gold and Silver Chains! DIAMONDS! And a general assortment of PISTOLS, RIFLES, GUNS. KNIVES. CARTRIDGES, CLOCKS, And a groat many other articles, whioh will be disposed of regardless ef value, for CASH only. Those Winchester Improved Rifles, 73 eol. 44, you pay at a rogular gunshop $00; I will sell them at $40 und $15; and those Whistlers at $30. Call and examine my large stock of Goods (VS'Alt those ind bted to me must call and settle without fail. a5tf H. MAN HEIM. Private School ! VPRIV \TK SCHOOL WILL" BE opened by MRS. UKT7.KL on IHeiiilay, the 34th Instant. For th« prosont the school will he held in the vestry-room of St, Janus’ Episcopal Church. Terms: For children advanot d beyond the Third Holder land including bronchi, per week, $1.50. For children less advanced, por week, $1.50, ap2i-l m__ Ruby Hill Water Works. I.4HHM and AFTER THIS DATE A LI jl i laim> against the Ruby IliU Water \.i»rks will brt paid by J. W. PKARSON, who is nl~i» alone anthemed to settle with loose indebted to the >auio. W. li. II viU.UIi, Proprietor, jeti-tf --- HOTELS ETC. TURNER HOUSE. Having again assumed control of the above eitabliihm.ilt I am pre* pared to accommodate all who map favor me with their patronage. The house ia to be Immediately everhanled and thoroughly renovated. A ent-class BILLIARD SALOON will alao be added. The Bar Stock will comprise the choicest liquor*, wiaee and cigar obtainable in the San FranoifOO market. The Table Will, at all times, be supplied with every del* ieacy of the teaeon. B. JT. TIIlffltB, Proprietor. mrlS-tf IHTEBNAmSAL HOTEL. HAIM STREET. XHKSMMM EUREKA. NEV* Mrs. D. it. I’ \ .L, Proprietress. A CCOMZfODATIONSUNSURPASSEPIN A. Eureks. j legaot and well tantuntM rooms* A »* *.• ilni*r «-u In connection with the establishment, niotf MOCA’S. I WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM MY friend* in Eureka and Ruby Rill, and the public in general, that I have leased the Parker House Restaurant, And will conduct the seme As a First-Class Bating-honss Hoping to receive a share of patronage end assuring mv friends and the pnbllothatl will do all in my power to pleaee. MRS. JNO. X. MOCH. Pioche Daily Record copy, feS8-lm Hurrah for_the Railroad! BILLY GILLEN TO THE FEONT. Board, $7 a Week, Single Meak, 37 1-3 Coata. Sliver Brick Hotel, South Mein ■Lwet, Eureka. On and after November. I, MTS, the ebecre prices will be iharjred at the Silver Brtek. oiMtf WM. GILLEN, Proprietor. The Pioneer Restaurant, Opposite J. 8. Whltton’i Stone Store, Main Street, Eureka. obo. r. ivmoiBN WILL BE PLEASED TO SEE ALL HIS old friends at his house at any time. At the PIONEER they will find The Table* Supplied with all the delicacies that can be obtained, and the Pioneer shall be as well kept as any Kestaarant In Eureka. Give me a call and see how entirely you will bo suited. jel7 J. L. HIMCKLKT. J. U. LOCKWOOD PARKER HOUSE, EUREKA, NEV. Hinckley dt Lockwood, Proprietor*. I^HE ROOMS ARE SPACIOUS AND supplied with Spring Beds throughout. THE BAR Is furnished with the 6nest Liquors and Cigars that can be purchased. A PIisLvIiuh Rsstaaraal on the Pivot Floor. The Palisade, Hamilton, Austin. Ty bo and Belmont Stages, all stop at this House. jl4-nl6 Turner House ResUurant. MRS. JOHN A. STEELE WOULD RESPECTFULLY AN nounce to the oitliens of Eu reka that she has tsken the Res taurant at the TURNER HOUSE, And is Now Prepared to Receive Guests. The tablo will at all times be supplied with every luxury and substantial that the market affords. jy7-lm PEORIA LODGING HOUSE. Mrs. j. m. and v. mott smith have opened the above-named lodging house on NORTH MAIN STREET, which has recently been thoroughly renovated and refurnished. The Rooms Are rnaclous and pleasant and will be kept in the test of ordor, while The Charges Will be as reasonable as at any establish ment tn tho town. je7-tf UNITED STATES BAKERY and Restaurant. John Bush.Proprietor. SERVED UP AT ALL TIMES. IN THE meet approved etyle. Fish, Game, And the beat BEEF, PORK and MUTtoN to be procured in the market Meals at all hours. BREAD, PIES, CAKES, etc. Pastry for ball suppers gotten up oa short notice. WEDDING CAKES a specialty. All articles delivered free of charge. Orders solicited. jylfltf NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT 1 have this day sold my interest in the United States Bakery. Main street. Eureka, to John Bush, who will oontinue the business at the old stand. All bills due the bakery are to be paid to me, and persens having claims against the same will present them to mo for payment. JACOB KIRSCHSTAIiLER. Eureka, July 18,1878. jyl9-im