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eureka daily sentinel. pf BUSHED EVERY MORNING (EXCEPT MONDAY) —BY— CASSIDY it SKILDMAN. A. SEIU.MAN. GKO. vr. CASSIDY. TKK.MS ok SliB8CKIPTION: On.cory.ona year by mail....Sljj 00 ,n ... ci v irwintns nv tnnil... 8 4 HJ . 5 00 AM) M lSSOItS. Shvs tlie Virginia Chronicle: This morning quite an excitement was cause I llt t*H‘ f'pPot by a report tlial Mr. Cronin, tlio Democratic Klec tor from Oregon, was on the train. When ttie train oainn in a (nan with a small carpet-sack and an immense! wo compartment nose got oil' and walked up toe platform. “That’s him,” cried everybody. “Hurrah tor Cronin!” It was afterwards ascertained that the man was not Cronin at alt, hut a party from 'Frisco who fell out of a three story window last week, striking on his nose, and the accident caused the organ to rise with a voluptuous swell. Then erysipelas set in and made it look like tlie pictures Nasi gives of Cronin in tl arper'x. The Gold Ilill News relates the fol lowing: A day or two since Rey. Father Mc Grath was catechising a little four year-old Gold H ill youngster in regard to what he knew. The little fellow told him that he knew what a cow, a horse and a mule was. “Well, then,” said the reverend gentleman, “ran you tell me what a jackass is?” The hoy hung his head tor a moment, and then looking up with a brightening look, answered: “Yes, sir; it is thorn fellers that go down town to buy stocks.” The Gold Hill News man is an im hiber of many years standing. He says, and lie knows whereof bespeaks: Only the inexperienced refresh them selves these days with hot drinks. Two hot whiskies, or ruins, taken in a warm saloon will knock the stiffening out of tho knees of the most tough ened subjects. Straight whisky is the Christian’s best hold. Ollier liquors with a little cold water are not had. Rut w hisky is best. I’aronls should see that their children do not grow up in ignorance ot this great truth. The Carson Appeal thus notices a praiseworthy enterprise: The colored people of Carson have organized a social and literary olub. President, George il. lingers; Secre tary, Theodore A. Pee; Treasurer, John Taylor; Nergeant-ut-Arms, ('has. B-nnett. Wo wish this now enterprise success in the future, and hope that their desires for belter education may be realir,. d. The Gold Hill Scirs says: The hardness of the times were real ized by those who happened to be in the .Senate saloon an evening or two ago. A ragged old bummer came in, took out Ins false teeth, and asked the barkeeper to lend him live dollars on them, them, the amount to tie taken out m trade. The saloon man declined the liberal proposal, but gave the old man a drink. Says the Enterprise; Hon. M. A. Sawtelle, Assemblyman from Pander county, came up on the evening train from Carson last evening and spent the evening in the bonanza city. He was lu re in the 1 ionger days, and when he looked up at Mount Davidson last evening he said it seem ed to him that it hud “growed" since the spring of ’tit). An Austin young lady, on a visit to the Comstock, is doing much good. The homeless poor roof-over her tracks in the snow and liud this new style ol dwelling ijuite comfortable.— 0. II. Xchs. A member of the Legislature who hulls from the same towu, was in Vir gima last night, and the Superinten dent of the Virginia and Trnokee Hail road wanted to hire his foot for a snow plow.— I 'irginia Enterprise. Austin still to hear from. WHITE LEAD, pAIN'TS IN ALL COLORS. Oil«, Varnishes, Glass, Putty, etc. A full stock in tins lino of goods constantly on Land. W. P. HASKKLL A CO. Kurokn, January 122, 1K77. jn2»-tf LEVIN & CO., mroRTKKH A Nil dialkrs in CIGARS,TOBACCO,STATIONERY COJIFECTIOWBBY,8CH00L BOOKS, etc., etc. Mala Mreet, Eureka, Nevada. nl INFORMATION WANTED -OF Juu* I'EKOI,. A CANADIAN. Formerly of Virginia City. ANYBODY KNOWING TUB WHERE -tx about* of this person wiB confer a favor oy leaving tho information with tho proprie tors of this paper. julM-ltu TOLET7 AN E A T I, Y FURNISHED FRONT ROOM. lmiuiro of N. jlrCARTNBY, V," J.ha premises, on tho bill opposite Judge Rally's residence. Eureka, January 25, 1877. jeStl-tf M ISC EL LA NKO US. WM, H. CLARK KEEPS EVERYTHING ! # AT THE CORNER OF MAIN AND CLARK STREETS* * EUREKA, NEVADA. ea-AGEXT FOR DUPONT AND GIANT POWDER. WM. H. CLARK. Eureka, April 0, 1876. apOtf X). U. XXVZAZXjX. OL CO. BANKERS. In llic Old Express Italldlng, Main Street, Eureka. J^HAWS AT SIGHT ON SAN FRANCISCO, NEW YOEUl*; LONDON, And a'l principal cities in the Unitod States and Europe. Discount commercial paper. Receive deposits in Coin or Currency on open account; Cc. tificates or Spoclal Deposits, end will transact a (ieuerr.l Hanking nnsiuess. Long exp rience in the Collecting Department Cf Wells, Fargo A Co., justifies ui in an nouncing that we will make Collections from Ahroiul a Specialty apfitf __ JOBS A. PaXTOS, ALtKB A. CURTIS, H. MUl.I.KR _ PAXTON & CO., 'B A N I£ E H. S . EUREKA, NEVADA, Draw at sight, in sums to suit on Anglo-Californian Bank.San Francisco AnKlo-Califjrnian Bank.London J. Sl W. Soligman Sl Co.-.Now York D. 0. Mills Sl Co.Sacramento Decker A Jewett.Marysville White A McCornick.Salt Lake City Discount Commercial paper. Make Collec tions, Roceivo Deposits in Coin or Currency on open account. Certificate, or Special Do* | posit, and transact 1 GENEBAL BANKING BUSINESS MINING STOCK BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. nihil_ HARDWARE STOVES, Etc. i B 3 H S. i <0 —* S3 M CJ i H N > 14 tn One Door North of the 1'cvitollU‘O. j H. RKM1!*GT0!«. J. C. LOCKWOOD. LOCKWOOD &REMINQTON, At their new store, have on hand a largo assortment of Hardward, Cooking Stoves, Parlor Stoves, Etc., In our now workshop, which is fitted upsu porlor to any establishment in the State, we are prepared to do all kinds of JUlt WORK in oar line, such as ROOFING. TINNING, AND COPl'ER AND IRON WORK, MILL AND MINING WORK, AIR PIPE, ETC,, At reasonable rates and at short notice. LOCKWOOD A REMINGTON. 8-iyjfltf Gnodoor North of tbe I’ostofiice. WAftTED IMMEDIATELY, a good IIORSE-SHOKR—one that J\ cun turn and lit; to whom good wages and steady employment will bo gtven.^ ^ Eureka, Jan. 0, 1877. ju7-tt MISCELL A NXO US. ~ 1 .—'•* 0. DUNK EL. S. RAI’HKL 0. DUNKEL & C0.f Corner Main anil (lark Klrri-tH Dealers in Foreign and Domestic DRY GOO D R, AND CLOTHING! BOOTS, SHOES. HATS, CAPS, ETC.. And Manufacturers of CAHMIMEKK AMS WHITE KIIIItTS mrl2-tf TOVALL is authorised to col furthor notice. au22 CEO. A. DAVIS, The Pioneer Auctioneer —OF— EASTERN NEVADA, HAS LOCATED IN EUREKA, IN THE building adjoining Hunk Knight’s sa loon, formerly occupied by R. M. Beatty as a Justice’s office, where he will transact a General Auction and Commission Business. AUCTION SALES EVERY DAY! Outside sules promptly attended to and re turns promptly mudo. All kinds of goods bought, sold or ex changed, from a steam engine to a paper of pins. My motto is, “Quick sales and lots of them.” jalltf CAPITAL MARKET, Opposite (Jeo. Thacher’s old place, west side. Main street, EUREKA. NEVADA. WHOLEKALE A ItCTAIL I \ dealer in Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal, SAUSAGE HEAD-C1IEESE, ETC., ETC All orders filled and promptly attended to. jald-tf CUAS>GOLlit Proprietor. EUREKA, HAMILT0X and P10CIIE STAGE LINE. Ntimer A RMlhbury, Proprietor*. Connecting with the eureka ) and Palisade Railroad. Leaves Eureka for Hamilton every morning at 7 o’clock. Leaves Hamilton for Pioche every alternate day, Sundays included. Loaves Hamilton for Kureka every day. Loaves Pioche for Hamilton and Eureka ovary alternate day, at 8 a. m,, Sundays in cluded. Carrying U. S. Mail and Wells, Fargo k Co’s Express. Fine American horsos and new Concord coachos. Office at Wills, Forgo k Co’s. mrl5-tf T. J. BULL'S STAGE LIN E THROUGH TO BELMONT, VIA TV 150. ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28TH. AND every fourth day thereafter, the stages will leave EUREKA at H o'clock a. m., ar riving in Belmont the next day at 2 o’clock f. M. Returning, will leavo BELMONT at 7 a. m., arriving in Euroka the next day at noon. Office at Wells, Fargo «fc Co's office Good coaches and lino stock. n27tf LIVERY, FEED AND Sale Statole. C. 0. C A Kl’KTTER. H. BISHOP. BISHOP & CARPENTER. SOUTH MAIN STREET, NEARLY 01T0 sitc tlio Turncr’llouse. Eureka. We have recently purchased a number of elegant turn outs and a lot ot fine saddlo-herses, and are prepared to furnish OA URIAH KS, BUGGIES and SADDLE MOHSES at reasonable rates. Horses boarded by the day, week, or month. Hay and Harley tor sale, liy fair-doaling, good stock, and strict at tention to business, we hope to secure a fair share of patronage. ap7tf NOTICE. pAUTIES DESIROUS OF ENGAGING THE B i g e 1 o w H all -FOR PABTIKN. BAl.I.N, ETC., Will horoafter make application to M. D. BARTLELL, Proprietor. Eureka, Jan. fi, 1877. ja7-tf TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE 1_ United States District ol Nevada, 8. 8. — At the town and county of Eureka, .‘an nary 8, 1877. The undersigned here by gives notice of his appointment as assignee of John Schindler, in the county of Eureka and Mata of Nevada, within said district, who has been adjudged bankrupt, upon creditors’ petition, by the District Court uf said District. jafl-JOd MAX UHEKFELDER, Assignee. MttiV&L LA NKO as. R. SADLER & CO. MAIN STREET.EUREKA, NEV„ EEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. (Jonls Delivered Free of (hartf, AO ENTS FOR FOREIGN AND HOMS INSURANCE COMPANIES, ALSO FOR THE California Powder Works, Hercu les Blasting and Sport ing Powder. mar7-tf D. MAN HEIM. DEALER INS GENERAL MERCHANDISE. -AT BARON’S BRICK BUILDING MAIN STREET. Eureka, Nevada.* jalltf HIRAM JOHNSON. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES -AND Provisions Butter and Eggs a Specialty. Cliirago Ilnni-i and Ilrenk tnsl lUren, sugar cured, always on hand. B>#*Three doors north of Clark street, on Main street. apltf FRANK ABASIB, Real Estate Dealer BUEL STREET.EUREKA. NEV Ollicc In the iirick Bllilililllf. 1 WOULD RESPECTHJl.LY ANNOUNCE that 1 am propured to buy. sell end mort gage real estate in Eureka, and also adyance money on good security. Houses to rent suitable ior business or for families. I am also prepared to do a general contract ing business. 1 will still continue my wholesale liquor es tablishment. FRANK ABADIE. mr‘>3 tf THE NEW STORE. MRS. M. A. ASHIM, Corner of Buol and Bateman Stroots, Eureka. I AM IN DAILY RECEIPT OF FRESH OYSTERS direct from Ilaltimore. Frepli Fish and Poultry always cm hand and will now bo received daily. Map'o and tho Silver Drip Syrups, and a general assortment of Family Groceries. For luncheons, I have Hamburg Sausages, Club Fish, Limburger Choeso, Potted Meats, etc. Lots of Fresh Eggs. tfMf MIts. M. A. ASHIM* PINTO HdTEL. THOS. FITZPATRICK, : : PROPRIETOR. Having leaser the. hotel, saloon and stables at Pint , formerly comlucto I by Jam ';* Allen, I will usa my best efforts to run tha whole establishment in a first-class manner. THE TAIILE Will at all times bo supplied with tho host tho markol affords. Tho choicest Liquors and Cigara Can always bo procured at tho bar. e«r Good stabling and food for horses. Pinto, January 22, 1877. jaU'-tf JOH PRINTING OF ALL KINDS. EX ociited with dispatch at the SENTINEL printing Oilice, j MJSCELLANEO US. MEYERS & FMYKLIY -HAYE JITST RECEIVER AN2> ARK NOW opening their FALL AND WINTER GOODS, Comprising DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, Millinery, Ladies’ Sacques, Furs, Woolens, Hosiery, Corsets, Boots and Shows, Trunks, Valises. Etc. assTTS’ ciiOTBxxira -AND U'u.misliing’ Goods. The above stock has boon bought in the best mnrkot* for cash; and we can therefore sell them ch'apor«shan the cheapest. To convince the public of the same we respect fully solicit a call before purchasing olse whore. Jil l I KS A FRANKLIN. [nH-tfl B. REINHART. F. E. FISK. REINHART & CO., Dealers in 'yyilOLE AND GROUND BARLEY, Flour, Wheat, Bran and Shorts. BARLEY GROUND TO ORDER. All orders left at the barley mill, or Egle ston’s dray stand, will bo promptly at tended to. OFFICE—North Main street, next to the Iron Hall. Eureka, January 4,1S77, ja5-tf TOYS! TOYS! TOYS! AUNT HANNAH, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS’ HALL, IS just in receipt from tho East of u MAGNIFICENT SUPPLY -oy HOLIDAY TOYSk Which eho will sell cheap. Tho assortment comprises all of the Latest Novelties In this Line. Also a eompleto and desirable Stock of Ladies' Fashionable Goods _d 20.1m_._ EUREKA FOUNDRY. L. C. ANB BUS ON, Having purchased the proper ty known as the Euroka Foundry, is now prepared to furnish mills, furnuces, etc. with Castings of All Descriptions; also. Machine Work. Orders from Austin, Ilelmoat, Harnil ton, and Mineral Hill solicited and tilled with dispatch. All work leaving this foundry GUARANTEED, and on tho most reasonable terms. Orders left at the foundry, or address ed to L. C. ANDERSON, Eureka Foundry, Eureka, Nevada. Will reoeive prompt attention. o20tf Parker House Restaurant. MRS. P. GALLAGHER, - - - Proprietress. riMIK PROPRIETRESS TAKES PLEAS. JL uro m announcing; that tdie has leased tho above Favorite Restaurant. Tho tables will bo kept supplied with every artielo tho market affords, prepared by EXPERIENCED COOKS. Board, per week.$9 00 Evreka. Nov., January 23, 1877. Il*ja23 American Lodging House. Corner of Main and Clark St«., Eureka, Mev. MRS. S. J. DILL. PROPRIETRESS. ■ ■ ■»■ T TAKE THIS METHOD OF INFORM 1 ins my friends imd tho public generally that 1 have taken tho above house. Tho rooms are clean, comturtuble and <|uiot. A share of the patronage of the public is re spectfully solicited. Dooms by the day or week. d:Utf MBS. S. J. DILL. INFORMATION WANTED IF BARON I ANGELO WILL COMMCNI 1 cate with his nephew. Baroni Giovanni, at Eureka, Nevada, ho will hoar of something to his advantage. BARONI GIOVANNI. Eureka, Nev,, Jan. 8,1877. jaii-Om* 0 HAMILTON, D. I). S.. 1 \EKTINT. Fooms: Five doors 1 ‘ south o iho Skhtihjcl oflico, | j Uuol Ef«et. Eureka. f3 . PROFESSIONAL. A. M. HILLHOUSR. W. H. DAVENPORT HILLHOUSE <fe DAVENPORT, Attorneys at law. office in the Odd Fellows’ new building, up stairs. Rooms 1 and 2. Eureka. Nevuda. ell Day. E. Daily. C. J. Lansing. LANSING & BAILY. Attorneys at law. office:2d floor, stono building, southwest corner of Clark andAlnin streets, Eureka Nev. _my21-tf_ SELDEN HETZEL, ^TTORNEY AT LAW. Office in tho Sentinel building. ja6-tf CRITTENDEN THORNTON. THOS. WREN. WREN & THORNTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Main fjtxeet, Eureka, A'evuita,, __t>-tr• ""*■ G. W. BAKER. ATTORNEY AT I. AW AND A NOTARY PUBLIC. Office in Dick Hyland’s Brick Building, Baton a n street. Eureka Nevada. <*ll R. M. BEATTY, Attorney and COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Office two doors north of tho Post-office, Main street, Euroka, Nevada. ja5-tf A. C. BISHOP. D. C. CBAH. DRS. BISHOP <& CRAM, PHYSICIANS AND Sl'RUEONS. Office on Main troet, opposite Paxton A Co’s Bank, Euroka. fintf GEO. W. MERRILL, Attorney at i,aw, district Attomoy for Eureka county, and No tary Public. Office in Ryland’s Brick Building. o20tf THOMAS J. READ, CIVIL ENGINEER AND 11. 8. DEP uty Mineral Surveyor. Office in Hy land’s Brick Building, on the corner of Buel and Bateman streets, up stairs. myl4 0. K.Tonsorial Establishment. ff*. ANDEKSON, Proprietor. At this establishment is in sured a first-class shave, stylish hair cut, a refreshirfs shampoo, and a luxurious hot and cold bath. Main street, one door above my old place. * d27-tf WM. ANDERSON. CORNER BARBER SHOP. Adjoining the Corner Saloon. HENRY CASEY, • - PROPRIETOR. Newly fitted ui> with all the latest improvements. ROCHESTER CHAIRS. The Best Artists Only Employed. A Clean Towel lor Kvery Customer. splOtf PIONEER Barber Shop & Bath House, First door north of tho Pioneer Restaurant. North Mai- street. Eureka. 1MIE UNDERSIGNED. HAVING RE contly oponeu the abive establishment’ offers his professional services o all who desire a first-class physiognomical HAIR CUT, or an ecstatic SllAVE. liair Cutting, 50 cents. Shampooing! 50 cents. Connected with the estab. lishment are several neat and elegant liath Rooms, where the most desirable Ilot or Cold baths can bn had at all times. BATHS, SO CENTS. A sharo <f public patronage is solicited. JAMES M. M. MOODY. Prop’r. ANTONIO InERRARIS, PRACTICAL BOOTMAKER* First Door Above Monaco’s Photograph Gallery. Boots made oe the best i French Calfskin and fitted to a I T. Cork-soled Boots me,do n specialty for winter. 1 have a complete assortment of Custom made Hoots. Radios’ Shoes made to order in a neat manner. Repairing neatly done and on short no tice. French dressing for ladie^* and children’s shoos. None but practical workmen employed, nil ANTONIO FERHARIS. $200 REWARD! ri’IlE ABOVE RKWAFtD WILL BE 1 paid to nny one returning to the under signed, or giving information that will lend to the recovery of tlie stock described below. Following is the description of the horses and moleslost: One white (bell) mnre; two black (horse) mules: one gray (mare) mulo; two light dunn (horse) mules; one dark brown (horse) mule, with white feet end face; one buy American (mare) mule, branded figure of a hoart; two buy (horse) mules; one blue (horse) mule; ono black (mure) mule; one sorrel (horse) mule. All of the animals have tho Spanish brund B on them, except the American mule. CHARLES SCLARIOl/S, Newark Mill, Newark, White l’ino county, Nevada, Jan. 14,1877. jalG-lai* S. TROW IJR1DUE & CO., -DEALERSIN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, GROCERIES, Mining Supplies, Gents’ Furnish ing Goods, Etc. TYHO, N YE COUNTY, NEVADA aul-tf__ IEUAE BLANKS, OF ALL DE8CRIP j tions, printod to order at the SENTINEL thee.