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VOL. X1L EUREKA, EUREKA COUNTY, NEVADA, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 30, 1S77. NO. 49
eureka daily sentinel. rU*USII*D KVBRT MORNING (KXCXPT MOS1IAT) —BT— CASSIDY & SKIDLMAN. A. SKIU.MAlf. CKO. W. CASSIDY. TKKMS OF SCBSCKIPTION: Onocepy.o.no yoar, by mail....SIS no One copy, six month*, by mail...... ..... 8 00 One copy, throe months, by mail. . 5 00 No paper* forwarded until paid for. ON the arrival of the express train front the tost at Sacramento, recently, a gentleman, whose wife -a lady of tine appearance—had returned by it, sprang upon die platform of the sleeping car in which she had traveled and met her just in the doorway. In a second she was gathered to his bosom, and be hug ged her and kissed her, smoothed down her hair, patted heron the back, kissed her more and more, backed off at arm’s length, inspected her critically, and then tried another hug, all the time ob livious of a score or more of people, who were anxious to get in or out of the car, thodoor of which he wasbloek ading. The lady was the first to real ize ihe.situation, and remarking, laugh ingly, "There, that will do 1” and she made her way back into the car, blush ing like a rose, while the crowd that had witnessed the little scene smiled audibly. __ New Haven Register: One night re cently a clergyman ol this city was call ed down to liis parlor at midnight to marry a couple who had Just arrived in town. "1 will takeyourcertificate,” said the parson. “ We have no certifi cate,” replied the feminine. “ I cannot marry you without a certificate from Mr. Gallagher, the registrar,” remark ed the parson. “Suppose you marry ns to night, and we bring you a certifi cate In the morning?” said the woman. “It will not do at all; I cannot break tlie law for the pleasure of any party,” was the response. “Thenyou will not marry us to night?” said she, sharply. “No, ma’am; I will not.” “Well, I lien,” said she, looking at the man, “ William, we will go and marry our selves.” .. —--■ - ---- - The toilet of a Japanese damsel is'a matter of no light consideration, and lo be in time for the fair, she must be up ami dressing long before the sun rises from behind the great sacred mountain, Fuji. The long, coarse tre-ses of raven black bair must lie washed, combed and greased till the head shines like a knob of polished black marble; the cheeks must be rouged to the proper tint; the throat, neck and bosom powdered, carefully leaving, however, on the nape of the neck tliree lines of the original brown skin of the owner, in accordance w ith tlie rules of Japanese cosmetic art; (lie eyebrow* must be carefully rounded ud touched with black; tlie lips red dened with cherry paste, with a patch of gilding in the centre. The l’rince of Orange, son of the Queen of Holland, is sowing wild oats in Paris. The gossips tell some fear 1111 tales of Ids “ goings on.” He lately gave a supper lo tho leading actresses and a lot of follows of his own lively sort. A yocno man at Kentber’s Bluff, In this State, says a Texas pajier, acquired the habit of tossing a cocked pistol in the air, and catching it by the muzzle as it fell. The last time lie caught it was iust a moment before be died. .. ■ ■ ■ ■ -— .. Monaco now has tlie only licensed Rambling hall in Fitro|<e. The place is only a few miles from Nice. There is more gambling thoro this season than ever. Tlie usual number of suicides have occurred. -♦ — - . 11 Thkkk are plenty of good but wcnk women in every community, who will work and starve, and scrimp, in order to furnish their parlors, and then won’t lit in them, for fear of injuring their inrni’ure. _ When a Long Island husband is mining, his wifo has a programme to follow: slui first makes sure that the servant girl is at home, or ulso miss ing. WHITE LEAD, p A INTO IN Abb COLORS, Oils, Varnishes, Glass, etc. A full stock in this lino of goods constantly to hand. „ W. P. HASKELL * CO. Eureka, January 23. 1.877. jait-tf levin & CO., IMrORTKRS ASl) UKALKRS IS C,»4RS,TOBACCO,STATIONBHY WEFECTIOEEBY, school BOOBS, ETC., ETC. ■Uta ■treat, Eureka, Nevada. _ INFORMATION wanted ,tl*» FEKOI., A CANADIAN. Formerly of Virginia City. ANYBODY KNOWING THE WnKRK bvl«* • ut" °>’this person will conlor a favor ''V'og the information with the proprie ^^tWssap.r. je3:t-lm TOLET. A T L Y FURNISHED FRONT Ml. Inquire ol N. McCARTNEY, It..."' Pfemieos, on the hill opposite Judge p',*.r««,dence. ®r*ka. January 25, 1877. jalN.K • 'MISCELL ANEO VS. WM. H. CLARK KEEPS EVERYTHING ! AT THE CORNER OJf MAIN AND CLARK STREETS* EUREKA, NEVADA. ••-AGENT FOR DUPONT AND GIANT POWDER. WM. H. CLARK. Eureka, April 6. 1878. apOtf D. ». ZUK11L A CO. BANKERS. In Hie Old ExpreM Balldluy, Main Street, Eureka. QRAWS AT SMUT OX SAN FRANCISCO, NEW YORKS LONDON, And a'l principal eitiei in the United Statei and Europe. Discount commercial paper. Keeoire deposits in Coin or Currency on open account; Ce.tiflcatos or Special Deposits, and will transact a Uenerail Banking Bnnlnens. Long exp rionce in the Collect! ng Department Cf Wells. Fargo Sc Co., justifies us in an nouncing that wa will maka Collections from Abroad a Specialty apOtl johs k. PixTon. alls* a. corna, h. mvll(b PAXTON & CO., BANK.BR s. EUREKA, NEVADA, Draw at sight, in sums to suit on Anglo-Californian Rank.San Francisco Anglo-Californian Rank.....London J. A W. Soligman A Co.—.Now York I). 0. Mills A Co...Sacramento Docker A J owett.-.Marysville Wbito A MoCornick.Salt Lake City Discount Commercial paper. Make Collec tions. Receive Deposits in Coin or Currency on open account. Certificate, or Spocial De posit. and transact A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS MINING STOCK BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. mhU! HARDWARE, STOVES, Etc. I One Door North of the PoetofBee. H. KKMlmiTOK. J- P- I.0CSW00B. LOCKWOOD k REMINGTON, At their new stork, iiavk on hand a large assortment of Hard ward, Cooking Stovea, Parlor Stovea, Etc., In our now workshop, which is fitted up su perior to anr establishment in the State, wo are prepared to do all kinds of JOR WORK in oar line, such si ROOFING. TINNING. AND COPPER AND IRON WORK, MILL AND MINING WORK, AIR PIPE, ETC,, At reasonable rates and at short notice. LOCKWOOD A REMINGTON, k-i.vjltf Onodoor North of the Postoffiee. WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A GOOD IlOUSK-SllOER—ON E THAT can turn anti lit; to whom .good wagos ami steady employment will^e jivon#^^ biurcka, Jan. 6,1877. ja7-tt MISCELLANEOUS. \ 0. DUNK EL. S. It A PH KL 0. DUNKEL & CO., earner Main and (lark Htr.ata Dealer! in Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS, AND CLOTHimai BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, ETC.. And Manufacturer! of CAMIMERE AND WHITE HHIRTN mrlJ-tf TO V A LI, ii authorized to col further notice. uu22 CEO. A. DAVIS, The Pioneer Auctioneer BASTB&JT NEVADA, HAS LOCATED IN EUREKA, IN THE building .divining llank Knight’s sa loon. formally occupied by R. M. beatty as a Justice’s office, where he will transact a General Auction and Commission Business. AUCTION SALES EVERY DAY! Outsido sales promptly attended to and re turns promptly made. All kinds of goods bought, sold or ex changed, from a steam ongine to a paper of pint. My motto is, “Quiek sales and lots of them." jalltf CAPITAL MAKKET, Opposite Geo. Thacher’s old place, west side, Main street, EUREKA. NEVADA. WHOLESALE A RETAIL dealarin Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal, SAUSAGE HEAD-CHEESE, ETC., ETC All ordera filled and promptly attended to. jalS-tf CHAS.UOLL, Proprietor. EUREKA, HAMILTON and P10CHE STAGE LINE. Ullnter 4k flall.barjr, Proprietor*. CONNECTING WITH THE El'KEKA and l’alisade Railroad. Leaves Eureka for Hamilton every morning at 7 o'clock. Leaves Hamilton for I’iocbe every alternate day, Sundays included. Leaves Hamilton for Eureka every day. Leaves Pioche for Hamilton and Eureka ev.ry alternate day. at 8 a. m„ Sundays in cluded. Carrying lT. 6. Mail and Wells, Fargo ACo’a Ex press. Kin. American borsos and new Concord coaches. Olhc. at Wells, Fargo A Co’s. mrl5-tf S. J. BULL S STAGE LINE THROUGH TO BELMONT, VIA TYBO. OX TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28TH. AND every fourth day thereafter, the itages will leave EUREKA at H o'clock a. m„ ar riving in Belmont the next day at It o’clock t. M. Returning, will leavo BELMONT at 7 a. if., arriving in Eureka tho next day at noon, office at Well*, Fargo A Co’g office Good eoachca and line itock. n27tf LIVERY, FEED AND C. C. CAKPICWTItS. K. BISHOP. BISHOP A CARPENTER. SOUTH MAIN SJREET. NEARLY OPPO •ite tho Turner*Houso, Euroka. Wo have recently purchased a number of elegant turn outs and a lot ot fine saddle-horses, and are prepared to furnish CARRIAGES, BUGGIES and SADDLE-HORSES ajt reasonable rates. Horses boarded by the day, week, or month. Hay and Barley for sale. By fair-dealing, good stock, and strict at tention to business, we hope to secure a fair share of patronage. ap7tf NOTICE. • — pARTIES DESIROUS OF ENGAGING T II K Bigelow Hall -FOR PAKTIEH, BALIA, ETC., Will hereafter make application to M. B. BARTLELL. Proprietor. Eureka, Jan. 8, 1877. ja7-tf IN THE DISTRICT COURT OK THE United States District of Nevada, s. s.— At tho town and county of Eureka, Jan unry 8, 1877. The undersigned here by givos notice of his appointment as as.-ignoo of John Schindler, in the county of Eureka and Stato of Nevada, within said district, who has been adjudged bankrupt, upon creditors’ petition, by tho District Court of -aid District. ja9-jod MAX OBERt ELDER, Assigneo. _MI SC ELL A NEO US. R. SADLER & CO., MAIN STREET.EUREKA. NEV., SEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Hood. Delivered Free ol Charge, AGENTS FOR roasxoir and bomb INSURANCE COMPANIES, ALSO FOR TUB California Powder Work*, Hercu les Blasting and Sport ing Powder. m&r7-tf D. MANHEIM. DEALER IN] GENERAL MERCHANDISE. -AT BARON’S BRICK BUILDINO MAIN STREET. Eureka, Nevada.' jalltf HIRAM JOHNSON.1 Wholesale and Retail Dealer ia STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES -AMD Provisions Butter and Eggs a Specialty. t'hlmite llnm. eiul Brenkfn.t Baron, sugar cured, alwara on hand. ••"Throe doors north of Clark street, on Main street. apltf FRANK ABADIE, Real Estate Dealer BUEL STREET.EUREKA, NEV Office in the Brick Bnilrtinir. I WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE that 1 am prepared to buy. soil tnd mort gage real astute in Eureka, and also advance money on good socurity. Houses to rent suitable tor 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. mr23 tf THE NEW STORE. MRS. M. A. ASHIM, Corner of Buel and Bateman Streets, Eureka. I AM IN DAILY RECEIPT OF FRESH OYSTERS d>rect frem Baltimore. Fresh Fish Hnd Poultry always on hand and will now bo received daily. Maple and the Silver Drip Syrups, and a general assortment of Family Groceries. For luncheons, I have Hamburg Sausages, Club Fish, Limburgor Choeso, Potted Meats, etc. Lots of Fresh Kggs. oAWtf MRS. M. A. ASHIM. PINTO HOTEL. T4OS. FITZPATRICK, : : PROPRIETOR. Having leaned the hotel, saloon and .table* at Pint;-, formerly conducted by James Allen, I will uso my best offorts to run the whole establishment in k first-class manner. THE TABLE Will at all times be supplied with the best the market affords. The choicest Liquors and Cigars Can always be procured at tho bar. »<r Good stabling and feed for horsos. Pinto, January 22, 1877. ja2’-tf JOB PKINTINGOF ALL KINDS. EX ecutcd with dispatch at the SENTINEL 1 printing Office. MISCELL ANEO US. MEYERS & FRA\KLI\ -HAVE JVST RECEIVED AND ARE NOW opening their FALL AND WINTER GOODS, Comprising DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, Millinery, Ladies’ Sacques, Furs, Woolens, Hosiery, Corsets, Boots and Shoes, Trunk*, Valises. Etc. OBNTS’ CLOTHING -AND Furnishing Goods. The above stock has boon bought in the beat markets for cash; ami we can therefore sell them cheaper than tho cheapest. To convince the public of the same we respect fully solicit a call before purchasing else where. MEN ERA A FRANKLIN. tnli-tfl B. REINHART. F. E. FISK. REINHART & CO., Dealers in ■yyilOLE AND GROUND BARLEY. Floor, Wheat, Bran and Shorts. BARLEY GROUND TO ORDER. . * AH ordors left at tho barley mill, or Fgle ston’s dray stand, will bo promptly at tended to. OFFICE—North Main street, next to tho Iron llalL Eureka, January 4, 1S77, jao-tf TOYS! TOYS! TOYS! AUNT HANNAH, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS’ nALL, IS just in roceipt from the Ea-t of a MAGNIFICENT SUPPLY —OF— HOLIDAY TOYSi Which sh# will sell choap. Tho assortmeia comprises all of tho Latest Novelties In this Line. Also a complete and dosirable Stock of Ladies’ Fashionable Goods d‘20-1 m EUREKA FOUNDRY. It. C. ANDERSON, 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. Orders from Austin, Bolmont, Ilaiuil ton, and Mineral Hill solicited and tilled with dispatch. All work leaving this foundry GUARANTEED, and on the most reasonable tormi. Orders left at the foundry, or address ed to L. C. ANDERSON. Eureka Foundry, Eureka, Novada. Will receive prompt attention. oJUtf Parker House Restaurant. MRS. P. GALLAGHER.-Pkopriktrkss. rpHE PROPRIETRESS TAKES PLEAS 1 ure in announcing that she hus leased the abovo Favorite Restaurant. The tables will bo kept supplied with every article the market affords, prepared by EXPERIENCED COOKS. Board, per week.?9 00 Evroka, Nev., January 20, 1S77. ll-ja2.'S American Lodging House. Cernerof Main and Clark Sts., Eureka, Nev. MRS. S. J. DILL. PROPRIETRESS. I TAKE THIS METHOD OF INFORM ing my friends and the public generally that I have taken tho abovo house. Tho rooms are clean, comfortable and uuiot. A share of the patronage of the public is re spectfully solicited. Rooms by the day or woek. d24tf MRS. S. J. DILL. INFORMATION WANTED IF BARONI ANGELO WILL OOMMUNI cate with his nephew, Baroni Giovanni, at Eureka, Nevada, he will hear of somethin# to his advantage. BARONI GIOVANNI. Eureka, Nov,, Jan. K, 1K77. jaiVJm e HAMILTON, I>. 0. s. Demist. Booms: Fivo doors .r south o the Skhtikki, office, W I Buol street. Eureka. ft ^ PROFESSION A L. A. M. HILI.HOl’SE. W. H. DAVENPORT 1IILLHOUSE & DAVENPORT, ATTOKSKY8 AT LAW, OFFICE IN the Odd Fellows’ new building, up stairs, Rooms 1 and 2, Euroka. Nevada. .oll Dav. E. Baii.y. C. J. Lansino. LANSING & BAILY, \TTORXKYS AT I.AW. OFFICE: 2d floor, stono building, southwest Comoro! Clark and Slain streets, Euroka Nev. mj'21-tf SELDEN HETZEL, J^TTORNEY AT LAW. Oflico in the Sentinel building, jad-tf CRITTENDEN THORNTON. THO.S. WREN WREN A THORNTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Alain iStreet, Kureka, Nevada. «-tf_ G. W. BAKER. Attorney at i.aw ani» NOTARY PUBLIC. Office in Dick lf> land's Brick Building, Baton a n street. Eureka Nevada. i*14 R. M, BEATTY, Attorney and COUNSELLOR AT LAMr. tiffico two doors north of the Post-office, Slain street, Euroka, Nevada. jad-tf A. C. BISHOP. D. C. CRAM. DRS. BISHOP A CRAM, PHYNICI4NM ANO SURGEONS. Office on Slain troet, opposite Paxton A Co’s Bank, Eureka. fpitf GEO. W. MERRILL, Attorney at eayv, district Attorney for Eureka county, and No tary Public. Office in Ryland’s Brick Building. oJBtf THOMAS J. READ, Civil, ENGINEER AND I . S. DEI* ut.v Mineral Surveyor. Office in Ry land’s Brick Building, on the corner of Bael and Bateman streets, up stairs. myl4 0. K. Tonsorial Establishment. W». AXDERSOX, Proprietor. - i At this establishment is ix sured a first-class shave, stylish hair cut, a refreshing shampoo, and a luxurious hot and cold bath. Main stroot, one door abovo my old place. 427-tf WM. ANDERSON. CORNER BARBER SHOP. Adjoining the Corner Saloon. HENRY CASEY, - - PROPRIETOR. Newly fitted up with all the latest improvements. ROCHESTER CHAIRS. The Best Artists Only Employed. A Clean Towel lor Every Customer, _splOtf_ PIONEER Barber Shop & Bath House, First door north of the Pioneer Restaurant. North Mai" stroot. Eureka. rpHE UNDEKSViNED, HAVIN'} KB* A cently openeu the abevo establishment! offers his professional services o ull who desire a first-class nbysiognomi -a 1 HAIR CUT, or an ecstatic SI I AYE. Hair Cutting, 50 cents. Shampooing! 50 cents. Connected with the estab* lishtnent are several nent and elegant Hath Rooms, where the most dosirablo Hot or Cold Baths can bo had at nil times. BATHS, 50 CENTS. A share >f public patronage i« solicited. JAMES M. M. MnoI)Y. Prop‘r. ANTONIO FERRARIS, PRACTICAL BOOTMAKER First Door Abovo Monaco’s 1'hotograpJj Callory. Boots made of the best French Calfskin and fitted to a T. Cork-soled Hoots made a specialty for winter. 1 have a complete assortment oi custom made Boots. Ladies' 8hoes made to order in a neat manner. Repairing neatly done and <^n short no tice. French dressing for ladies' and children’s shoes. None but practical workmen employed, nil • ANTONIO, F ERR A BIS. S200 REWARD! rpliE ABOVE REWARD WILD RE I paid to any ono returning to the under signed, or giving information that will lead to the recovery of the stock described below. Following i* the description of the horses im mules lost: One white (bell) mare; two black (horse) mules: one gray mare* mule; two ii*:hr dunn (horse) mules; one d u k brown hors - mule, with white feet and face; one bay American (mare) mule, branded iiguro of a heart; two bay (horse) mules; one blue horse' mule; one black marc mule; one sorrel horse) mule. All of the animals hare the Spanish brand K on them, ogee; t the Ann rican mule. CllAKLIv* SCLARlOl S, Newark Mill, Newark, White Fine county, Nevada, Jan. II, 1*77. jal'-lm \. S. TROWBRIDGE A CO., —DKADEUSIX GENERAL MERCHANDISE, CROCE R I E S , Mining Supplies, Gents' Furnish ing Goods, Etc. TY1HI, XV.: roixtv, XKVAIU Hill -Jf __ ill. A 1, IU.AXKS, 111 j tions, printed to order at tBo s LXXIX ED ifice.