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VOlTY,: EUREKA. EUREKA COUNTY. NEVADA, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1876. NO. 134 .
EUREKA daily sentinel
romi.Htn .yk«t (wckht momiat)
—ht—
CASSIDY A DENNIS.
lo*!i n. DK55IB. _ am. w. cumr.
tkkms of fsriisciurnoN:
Gnooo|>y.ono jo*r. b,.mail. .*1* W
nUrropy. s'* months, by mail.. is 00
n«m£y three month., by mnil. 5 00
So P.P«» forw.rdod until nniil for.
‘ BOCJKTTh/i.
Eureka Lodge,No. I6VF. & A. M.
«« c.-.-j n__r..•
Trt Mu tea < ommnnicauoni oi r.u
reka Lodfff, No. 10, A A. M.« will
beitl in Masonic IIhII. on every
Saturday on or preceding the full
tB<»>n in fuontti. ...
Coni t-.mirations erery Saturday
^Members of lister lodges, and sojourning
brethren in good standing, are cordially in
ri 'ed to gilend.^ojjy GILhESj>IKi w. M.
II. Johfbof. Secretary. lo-jali
St John’s Chapter, No. 5, Royal Arch
Masons. .
1-tlIK STATED COMMUNICA
TIONS ofSt. John'* Chapter, No.
i, I, i. M.. will be hold in MA
SONIC UADI., on the Second and
Fourth Vt KDN P-'UA Y KVhNIMiB of each
month, Called Communications on all ether
Wednesday erening*.
All Koyal Arch Masons in good standing
are cordially inrited to attend.
D. E. HA I LY, H. P.
W. Waaat'Ta, Secretary. myI4
K. of P.~
BKATIFK’ I.OD44K. No. 7,* K. of P„
holds its regular conrontions on orery
FRIDAY EVENING of each month,
at 7;.'I0 o’clock, sharp, at its Castle Hall, in
odd Fellow’s Hall. All sojourning mem
bers in good standing are cordially inrited
to attend.
W. H. DAVENPORT. C. C.
K. R. Pont;a, K. of K. sod S.
Krroka. Nev„ July. JO, l«7». 28-tf
~ ±7O. O. F.
1MJKKKA LODGE, NO. 22,
j moot* Evorj TiiUUbDAT 4
kykninm. 5
IN ODD FELLOWS' HALL.
At I* o'clock r. a. All member, in food
■ tcntiinf ere cordielly invited to ettend.
THUS. I.ASI’ETKK. N. tl.
UaiiKt Moiihki.li, r-eeretary. 10-jvj0
A- 6. be.
ri'HF. A. O. II. mo»t every firM end third
1 SATURDAY K\ IMMI ef each month,
at I o'oelork, at the corner of Clark and
Monroe itreeti. until further notice.
THUS. II ALKY. Freeid-nt
P. K. tfn.aa. Secretary. au7
LOYAL ORANGE £oDGE. NO. 121.
'I'llK MvU'I.AIl MRKT1NUS OF THIS
X Society take place on the first ami third
.VJwmUr* of each month, in (Kid Fellows’
Mail, at 7: <0 or(*l<>ck sbarn. All brethren in
good standing are invited to atiend.
Josh I' a timngly. w. m.
A. (1. McK Kanr. Secretary. au4-tf
T. J. BELL’S
STAGE LINE
-TO
TYBO AND BELMONT!
tiTAGKS LEAVE
InrrkR Kvery Fourth l»ay, as 7:30
O'clock A. M.
Office at Wells, Fargo k Co’s offics. Good
conches and fine stock. so2jel7
HTA Cjt E LINE
BKTWEin
AUSTIN AND BUKBSA.
C10NNBCTINU ON AND A KTRR MON
) DAT. JI LT 11. Il7«,al
The Willow*
WITH STONED A RUBIVB STACK LINE
For Belmont.
•Stages leave Kuroka on Monday, Wednes
day and Friday morning*, at i o'clock.
Stages leave Au*tin Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday morning, at d o'clock.
»0*l*a«*engers by this line will be furnish
ed excellent meals at tne Willew* Station,
• here un»i>le time will be given tor dinoer
esch way. J. A. WILSON, Proprietor,
ttffice at the Parker House, Eureka.
iy'-Wtf J. L II m eg lit. Agent.
EUUKKA,
HAMILTON and 1'IOCIIE
STAGE LINE.
Ullmrr A Salisbury, Proprietors.
pONN KITING WITH THE EUREKA
and i'sliisds Railroad.
l.earaa Euraka for Hamilton every morning
»t 7 o'clock.
Leave* llemilton for Pioehe every alternate
day, Sunday* included.
Leave* Hamilton for Eureka every day.
Leave* Pioehe for Hamilton and Kureka
•very alternate day, at k a. u„ Sunday* in
cluded.
Carrying U. 8. Mail and Well*, Fargo A Co’*
cipres*.
Fine American horaes and new Conoerd
ooachea.
Oflice at Well*, Fargo A Co’». mrli-tf
Dissolution of Copartnership.
f|MiK .^.'PARTNERS IIII' HERETOFORE
JL existing between tbe undersigned in the
,?.* bu,‘n«"* in the town of Eureka,
"a*?® •* «»iley * Benedict, i>
hereby dlMolved by mutual consent.
and' 1? ®U,n® “otbori/ed to collect
Will r®c®1,'V]or kll account* duo tho firm and
will pay all outstanding debts against the
firui- L. 0, REN EDICT,
Kureka, (let, gltli, 187t'l,K°' UAltiK„,,ovtf
W. P. HASKELL & Co.,
UNDERTAKERS.
ilriLL KEEP ON HAND AN ASSORT
vv meat of
Soso wood Caskot* of Every Stylo,
Cofin Trimmings, Etc,
••".Funeral* attended to with promptness
mu all tbe arrangement* made witb'eare and
ittantlon. Three doors north of 1’axtoo A
■o a Bank. Main street t'ureke. mhlk
MISCALL A A VO VS.
THE
EUREKA AND PALISADE
Rail road!
HAS BEEN*
Completed to Eureka,
And the Company in now ready to carry paa
icngert and freight over the road
With Regularity and Dispatch.
Train' will run at follow! until further
nu'ice:
Pamenser Trnlut
>oa ve Eurek a daily at.
Arrive at I’aliia^e at.10:00 a. a.
Making eonnection with
East and West Bonnd Trains of the
Central Pacific Railroad.
Kwlurniu|g:
Leave Pali rad# it. 4:00 p. a.
Arrive at Kureka at.10:10 r. a.
Freight Accommodation TrnlMt
i.eave Kureka dally at.... 7:00 a u.
Arrive at Paliiade at. 5:50 r. a.
I.eave Palirade daily ai. 7:45 a. a,
Arrive at Kureka at... S:.i0 r, a.
The Company will deliver freight te
Hamilton,
Pioche,
Tybo,
Reveille,
Belmont,
AND ALL POINTS SOUTH.
By it! learnt, with care and dirpatch and al
tbo loweit rater.
nJ7tf P. KVCKTN, Oeneral Nnp'4.
EUREKA AND PALISADE
TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
omcB
With Well*, Fargo At Co.,
Main street. Furaka.
THE ONLY LINE
t'oniiecllnir with the Direct Allan.
Hr tnblc.
For all Kuropaan cities and town*, and At.
laniic and Patctfic Telegraph. For all points
east and west oar facilities for
RAPID TRANSMISSION
are the best in tho world.
n27tf P. KVERTS. General Sup’t.
Jobb i. P*xtob. allkb a.cvbtib, rt.^m'i.t.**
PAXTON & CO.,
B ANKERS.
K (JUKKA, NEVADA,
JjRAW AT SIGHT, IN SUMS TO SUIT
Anglo-Califomian Rank...San Francisco
Anglo-Californian Bank..l.ondnn
J. A tV. Seligman A Co..Now York
D. 0. Mills A Co..... Sacramento
Decker A Jewett.Marysville
White A McCornick.-Salt LakoCity
Discount Commercial paper. Make Collec
tions. Receive Deposits in Coin or Curroncy
un open account, Certificate, or Special De
posit. and transact
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
MINING STttOK BOUGHT AND SOED
ON COMMISSION.
_ nihil
2>. B. i&snxxu. & CO.
BANKERS.
I» »>e Old Cxprew Building,
Main Street, Eureka.
J )RAWS AT SIGHT ON
SAN FRANCISCO,
NEW TORS'
LONDON,
And all principal cities in tha United States
and Europe.
Discount commercial paper.
Receive deposits in Coin or Cnrrrnsy on
open account; Certificates or Special Deposits,
and will transact a
General Banking llnalnees.
Long exp' rienee in tho
Collecting Department
Cf Wells, Fargo A Co., justifies us in an
nouncing thnt we will make
Colleetlona from Abroad a Specialty
apStf
RUBY HILL WATER WORKS.
Capacity of Tanka 400,000 Gallons
ALL NOW FULL.
WATER WILL RE FURNISHED IN
Roby Hill, in any desired i|iiaiititios, at
all seasoi.s of tho year, at a uniform rate and
lower than can be furnished from any other
source. Water dnlivurod twice daily to pri
vate families, miners' cabins, saloons, etc.
Tickets ranging from li'f to 50 cents aViocr
will be sold at tho office of the company on
Ruby Illll.
W.B. HARRUB Proprietor.
T. W. PEARSON, Superintendent.
_niv'jd tt _
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY.
1MIK UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE
spertfully announce that he bus been ap
pointed agent for the
Principal American and loreign
Fire Insurance Companies,
And is now prepared to take insurance in
Eureka and Ruby liill.
Businoss promptly attended to.
BENJ. C. LEVY.
Agency at the office of W. II. Ilarrub. South
Spring street, near Richmond furnace.
jytltf
POLITICAL.
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
FOR PRESIDENT,
SAMUEL J.TILDEN,
OF NEW YORK.
FOR VICK PRESIDENT.
Thomas A. Hendricks
OF INDIANA.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECIOKS:
J. r. entitle,.Klortjr
K. BI.EXSKBUAHIETT, ...UnnlMltU
J. V. IfAUKK.YAN.Wnilior
MEMBER OF*CONGRESS,
A. O. ELLIS,
OF 0RM3BY.J
JUDGE SUPREME COURT,
M. SZRSP AS&IOS,
OF STOREY.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
• OR SKXATOR—I.ORG TKRU,
GEORGE W. CASSIDT.
FOR RKRATOR-SHORT TCRM,
GEORGE W. BAKER.
FOR ASSFUBI.THF.T.
D. E. Baily, D. J. J. McLaughlin
M. G. Cavanaugh, Tho«. Laspcyre.
■Sheriff..E. DEWITT
County C'loi k.F. H. HARMON
Troasurer.RICHARD RYI.AND
AMCMor.J. C. POWELL
Recorder...BEN. C. LEVY
District Attorney.tJKO. W. MERRILL
County Surroyor.W. A. EDWARDS
Public Admini»t’r..LAMBERT M01.1N ELL1
Sunt. Public Instruction....... A. E. KAYE
County Commia'r—Long Term J. LEVIN
County Comis'r—ShortTerm...JOS. ORERKK
Justice of the Peeco.R. M. BEATTY
ConHablo..CI1AS. M. PRYOR
[JOSEPH WINZEL
School Trustees A. »V. CAMPBELL
|a. e. tithe
S. FRIEDMAN,
DRALRR IN
FAMILY GROCERIES, CROCERY AND
GENERAL MERCHANOISE.
CIONSTANTLY ON HAND, A CHOICE
) lot of Family Groceries and Country
Produce.
Ladies, if you want your husbands to love
you, go to Friedman’s for your groceries, as
the following will show:
Ou! say not 1 love you, because the molasses
You purchased at Friedman’s was gcldon
and clear;
The syrup, the sugar, the jelly in glasses,
Tho crackers, the mack’rel I know were not
dear.
But when von came to me with Friedman’s
s.naked salmon,
And showed me his samples of Limberger
cheese,
1 felt that his claim to bo cheap was notgam
inon.
1 loved you, and said so. dear Jane, on my
knees. ia2Stf
STATE UNIVERSITY,
ELKO NEVADA,
Preparatory Department.
rpilE FIRST TERM OF THIS SCHOOL
A will begin September 4th. Male and fe
male pupils prepared for college, or advanced
further and instructed in the collegiate
branches. English studios, mathematics
and the ancient and modern languages
thoroughly taught. Lessons in music by
a competent teacher. No charge for tui
tion—muiio extra; also, no chargo lor room
ront. Hoard, $:&) per month, payable in ad
vance, quarterly. For further particulars,
address, D. R. SESSIONS,
sl4-3m _ Principal.
r. H. HARMON,
COUNTY CLERK. AND EX-OFFICIO
Clerk of the District Court of the Sixth
ludicinl District, in and for the County ol
tCuroka, State of Novada.
CONVEYANCINC,
^n all its branches, correctly executed. Ac
(nowlodgmont.. Affidavits, etc., taken in any
>art of the town.
Office: Front corner room at the Court
louse. dti-Sui
POLITICA L.
REPUBLICAN TICKET,
for President o» the (’nited States,
RUTHERFORD B. HAYES,
OF OHIO.
For Vice President:
William A. Wheeler,
OF NEW YORK.
■-- -
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS:
B. H. DAGGETT......Storey
KEOKUK Tt’Fl.Y. Oruisby
W. W. BISHOP...Lincoln
FOR JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT:
O. K. LEONARD.Humboldt
FOR CONGRESS,
THOMAS WKEN-.Eureka
REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET.
For Senator (Long Term).
CHAS. C. WALLACE
For Senator (Short Term),
CHAS. G. HUBBARD.
For Asiemblymen,
J. L. Smith, A. W. Atchinson,
J. Marchaut, Geo. K. McCulloch.
For Sheriff..-JAMES SIAS
For County Clerk.A. D. IIASKEI.L
For County Treasurer.D. B. I .MM EL
For County Recorder.R. L. CHASE
For County Assessor.HANK KNIGHT
For .District Attorney.AV. H. DAVENPORT
For County Surveyor.II. 11. CONKLIN
For Public Administrator.A. C. BISHOP
For Sun’t Public Ins’L .HIRAM JOHNSON
For County Com’r (Long Term)...T. D. PAGE
Co’ntyCom’riShortTerm) HARRY BEADLE
EPRIKA TOWNSHIP.
For Justice ofthoPoaoc.L. AA\ CROMER
For Constable.»..ALEX. McKAY
El'REKA SCHOOL DINIBItT.
For Trustees,
AV. H.CLARK, AV. II. STOAVELL,
M. M. JOHNSON.
X. S. TROWBRIDGE A* CO.,
-DEALERS IN
GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
GROCERIES,
Mining Supplies, Gents’ Furnish*
ing Goods, Etc.
T Y BO, N YE AOC NTT, NEVADA
aui-tf__
F. LOU WY
ijkus iu JNnm.vi ms
X) friernU that ho hai bought
the agency of J. 11. MICHAEL (
for all tho
baaler* Papers, Prrlodlrals, Slags
slue* Mild I-'hmIiIoii Books,
And is prepared to deliver them to his sub
scribers at their place of residence
F It i: E OF C II A It a E !
OFFICE, at G. Young’s Gunsmith’s Shop,
Main street.
WESTERN UNION
TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS.
amis COMPANY IS PREPARED TO
I Uunsmit money by telegraph to all
points on the Pacific Coast, and to all princi
pal cities and towns tlAr mghout the United
States. For terms, apply to Local Agents.
iafWtf
Sewing Machines.
P. HASKELL A CO. ARE NOW
• Agents for the Singer and Domestic
Sowing Machines. They have machines foi
rent: also, a few secondhand machines which
will no sold very cheap. Will also sell ma
chines on the.installinent plan, if desired.
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JOB PKI.vriNti (if ALL KINDS, EX
♦I ecuted with di-patch at the SENTINE1
printing Office.
MISCELL A NEC US.
WM. H. CLARK
KEEPS
EVERYTHING !
AT TIIE CORNER OF
MAIN AND CLARK STREETS'
EUREKA,
NEVADA.
»**AGENT FOR DUPONT AND GIANT
POWDER.
WM. H. CLARK.
Eureka. April 6, 1878. apfitf
Sweeney’s Stables !
The Most Extensive Livery
IN THE STATE !
—THE—
Fashion and the Dexter!
Two Complete Katabliahmenta
UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT!
SADDLE HORSES, BUG
pie% Carriage?, Rocka
ways, Wagons, etc., in endless
variety!
Horses Bought and Sold!
And a general livery business conductod in all
of its branches.
Having obtained a permanent lease of the
Fashion Stable— Wal.ib’s old stand—I will in
the fnture ran the s&iue in connection with
the Dexter Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.
Doth establishments will be open for busi
ness day and night. The tinest stock and
turnouts in America always on hand. Give
me a call. SW EENEY.
jl*>-tf_
EUREKA FOUNDRY.
X.. C. AND D R S ON,
Having purchased the proper
ty known as the Eureka Foundry, is
now prepared to furnish mills, furnaces, ate.
with
Casting! oT All Description.; also,
Machine Work.
Orders from Austin, Belmont, Hamil
ton, and Mineral Hill solicited and filled with
dispatch. All work leavins this foundry
GUARANTEED, and on the most reasonable
terms. Orders left at the foundry, or address
ed to L. C. ANDERSON,
Eureka Foundry, Eureka, Nevada.
Will receive prompt attention. o20tf
CONRAD SCHAFER,
Corner of Buel and Bateman Sts.,
Dealer In Xrw and Heroud-fland
FURNITURE!
Mattress Manufacturer.
ALSO,
Bedding and Furniture!
AS I BUY AND SELL FOR CASH, AND
do my own work. 1 can soli cheup. Floa.se
give me a call. Repairing done.
This establishment has no connection with
W. 1*. Haskell i Co.
au.m-im C. SCHAFER.
NOTICE—BATHS!
AS THE WEATHER IS GETTING COLD
my bath rooms in tho future will be
supplied with STOVES for the comfort of my
patrons.
Our Mineral Baths
Are the best in the State for Rheumatics;
our COUGH TONIC and PILES SALVE will
cure all; every esse curable.
Remember the place, the Old Silver Brick
buildine. North Main street, adjoining
Thncher’s. sps-lm T. BETTER. |
LIVERY, FEED
AND
Sale Statole.
C. C, CARPKNTKR. H. BISHOP.
BISHOP & CARPENTER.
SOUTH MAIN STREET. NEARLY OPl‘0
site the Turner Houee. Eureka. Wo have
recently purchased a number of elegant turn
outs and a lot of fine saddle-horses, and are
prepared tofurnisb CARRIAGES. BUGGIES
and SADDLE-HORSES at reasonable ratos.
Horsos boardod by the day, week, or month.
Hay and Barley for sule.
By fair-dealing, good stock, and strict at
tention to business, we hope to secure a fair
•hare of patronago. ap7tf
JACOB B. LANG8TR0FF, ~
Merchant Tailor,
Next door to International Hotel, Main itreet,
Han a Fine Slock of
Imported French Broadcloth*,
Doeskins, Caasimcres,
Vestings, Eto.,
Direct from new york.on hand.
He will furnish a fine suit of clothes, and
exact fit guaranteed for loss cash thun any
tailor in this State, and San Francisco not ex
cluded.
apl-tf
MI SC EL LAS EO US.
Eureka Drug Store!
N«*il Floor to I>. It. Imrael
A (o 'h Hunk.
Where can be found
DRUGS, MEDICINES,
Patent Medicines,
Perfumery. Toilet Article*,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Brushes,
Varnishes, Etc.
Careful attention given to the prepara
tion ot
PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS.
ai>20tt F. J. SCHNEIDER. Drnggiat.
P. STELER,
WATCHMAKER
-AND—
JEWELER
Importer and Dealer
—IN
Fine American. English and Swiss
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES.
Amkbica.n WATCHES, K. IIOWABJI.V
Co., American Watoh Companyt Wal
tham, National Watch Company, Elgin and
Springfield Watch Company. All of these
watches ho ha* on hand, and of all grade*
and price*. Also a largo and well assorted
stock of •
Fine Gold Chains, Jewelry, Silver
ware and Clocks.
Which he tffors to .-ell lit TWENTY-VIVE
PER CENT. LESS than any other house.
Please call at his store, one door south of 8.
A shim A liro., and examino his new stock of
goods before purchasing elsewhere. Ilia
motto is quick sales and small profits.
A good assortment of pebble spectacles con
stantly on hand.
All of tho above he guarantees to be of the
BEST QliALITY, and warranted as repre
sented.
N. B.—Special attention pa* ' to watch
work. Watches repaired and cleaned and
warranted for one year. New jewelry made
to order, and jewelry neatly repaired.
All orders from tho country promptly at*
tended to. I*. &TELER.
Eurek, July 4, 187U. jyotf
J. STRAUS'
MAIN JEWELRY STORE
(Opposite J. A. Paxton A Co’s BankY.
EUREKA!
gTBAL'S II AS <H\ HARD A
NEW SUPPLY OF
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
#
JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, ETC.
Call and see him, fur ho ha? everything in the
line; in fuct he import largely
watcho* of the best grade?,
AMERICAN,
ENGLISH and
SWISS.
Ho will soil ovary articlo at a GREATER
REDUCTION than any othor man in Eureka.
Christina, ami Weddine ‘Presents of the
RICHEST GOLD AND SILVER.
All watch work done by himself and WAR
RANTED FOR ONE YEAR. oll-tf
EUREKA AND CALIFORNIA
LIMBER COMPANY.
South Main Street, Eureka.
Nevada and California
OF ALL KINDS.
Redwood, Oregon and Sugar Pine
MINING TIMBERS
Building Lumber!
A complete esiortment 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.
d7tf * C'. L. CO.
HIRAM JOHNSON.
Wholesalo and Retail Dealer in
STAPLE AND FANCY
GIJ OCER1ES
-AND
Provisions
Butter and Eggs a Specialty.
Cliirago Umui nml Hrenktaul Haevn,
sugar cured, always unhand.
4®"Throe doors north of Clark street, on
Main street. aoltf
JOUH SHKOUri. HUGH HC’CRUM.
SHROUFE & McCRUM,
Successors toJ. M. tloewcy A Co.,
Importers ofLiquors,
FINE
KENTUCKY WHISKIES, Etc.
400 mid 411 Front St.,
San Francisco, : : : California.
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