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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
VOL. XU. EUREKA. EUREKA COUNTY. NEVADA. THURSDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 1. 1877. NO. 51 EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL. rUM-TlOID EVERT SOB* ISO (BXC'ErT BOSPAT) —BT— CASSIDY A SKILLMAN. A. BE ILLS AS. GKO. W. CAB8IDT. TKKM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION: Oneeepy. on* year, by mail.....„..»15 00 Oa* copy, six month*, by mail........ 8 00 One copy. thr»« montha, by mail. a 00 No rape* forwarded until paid for. l>pi mass says his experience at school reminds him of a one-horse railroad. It was all switches, with an occasional “turnout.”_ __ Iti* denied that tlie Khedive of Egypt has dismissed all his American officers, or that he is not satisfied with their services, • • • ■ - ■ Prksdkn is called the haven of bro ken down American families—people of more name than banknotes. -.- ■■ - - 8t. PnTKKsm:KO is rapidly becoming a cosmopolitan city, much like Paris, especially in its excess and dissipation. , m—- ■■ ■ —- ■ ■ ■ The Duke de fJalliera’s widow has fiven the Pope 1,000,000 francs for lea-ins her dead husband. Nrim., the condemned Oregon mur derer, lias confessed his crime. ANTONIO FERRARIS, PRACTICAL BOOTMAKER Firit Door Above Monaco’! Photograph Gallery. Boots made op tiik tiest French Calfskin and fitted to a T. Cork-soled boon niF.de a specially for winter. 1 huvo a complete nisortment of Custom made Hoots. I.adies’ Shoes mada to order in a neat manner. Hepuiring neatly done and on short no tlsa French dressing for Indie.-’and children’s •hoes. .Vine but practical workmen employed, nil ANTONIO K Elt K A HIS. Sweeney’s Stables ! The Most Extensive Livery 3N THE STATE ! —THE— Fashion and the Dexter! Two Complete Katniillshuienta CXDF.R OXE MAXAGEMEXT! SADDLE HOUSES, lll'O. (i«i, Carringa*, Koaka waya, Wa(«aa. ate., in andlwaa aanaiy! Horses Bought and Bold I And a general livery busineea aondueted in all •f its branches. Having obtained a permanent lease uf tbe Fashion Stable—Walsh's old stand—I will in the future run tbs same in connection with the liextcr Livery, Feed and bale Stable, lloth establishments will bo open for buxi nes - day and night. The finest stock and turnouts in Amenaa always on hand. Hive me a pall. SW KKN LY. tl -tf WHITE LEAD, pAINTS IN ALL COLOllS, Oils, Varnishes, Glass, Putty, etc# A full stock In this line of goods constantly sa hand. W. r. HASKELL A CO. Eurska, January 22. 1*77. jal l-tf Parker House Restaurant. MRS. P. (lALLAQHKK, • • - Ptorai ktrks*. rPIIR PROPRIETRESS TAKES PLEAS A ur* ia announcing that aka baa leaved the above Favorite Restaurant. The table) will b* kept eupplled with every article the market afford*, prepared by KXPKRIKNCBD COOKS. Beard, per weak...~W 00 Kvreka. Nev., January 88.1K7. Il-ju23 American Lodging House. Corneref Mein and Clark Stv., Euroka, Nev. MRS. S. J. DILL, PROPRIETRESS. 1 TAKE THIS METHOD OK INFORM me my friend, and the publie generally at I have taken tho above houae. Tb« reooaiare clean, comlartabla and quiot. A ikareof the patronage of the publie it re ■tectfully loficited. koomtbythtdayorweek. g J. PtLL. Eureka Drug Store! t Over to ■>. B. Inimel * Bank. Where «an be found DRUGS, MEDICINES, Patent Medicines, Perftunery. Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils, Glass, Brashes, Varnishes, Etc. .. Careful attention given to thv prepare Uon ot PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS. »o»tl F. J. SCHNEIDER. DrunifU INFORMATION WANTED -0F ,lll» FEIlOli, A CANADIAN, Formerly of Virflolt City. ANYBODY KNOWING Till. WHERK f*-. eboute of thin person will oontor a faror «y leering the information with the pronr'e of thl’paper. jo:Mm KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. GRAND BALL BY BEATIFIC LODGE NO. 7, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, AT Bigelow’s Hall, ox , j Thursday Evening, Feb. 22, 1877. Committee of Invitation. M B Bartlett A C Hiahop II E Knight A liaaannti K K Ilodfn P Hopanghar L Brandt N Clark T J Marian Ji M Beatty A <i tnutaingcr J C Luck wood J L Hinckley W c fia'lafher C L llroy Wm Kmory S It Wyman I) Manheira II B McKee W II Davenport J C Brown W H Stowcll C C Carpenter 1) W McKenzie N A Chandler John liuebner Committee of ArraMfremeata. J C T.oekwood J L Hinckley C L limy V II Stowell K M licet ty llr.uk Knifkt Floor Dlrertor. i H M Dotty Floor ManiKtn W 11 Daraoport 1) Manhaim U U MaKaa CCCtrpanter 1) W McKtnu* Reception Committee. K R Dodfo A C Biahop N A Choudlor J C Lockwood i . • joCT-td FRANK & HAUPT, I’pholsters, Paper-hangers -AND FURNITURE REPAIRERS, ^TTEND PROMPTLY TO . OALOZMZNXffa. ,( f I Second-hand Furniture Bought. Shop next door to Mr*. Ride*’* lodglng houio, on Dual street. Eureka, Janaary 13, 1877. jalttf HARDWARE, STOVES, Etc. ss M 04 K 5 < a 9 ■ B I ► H Oat floor North of tho rotiomct. H. HCMIWOTOW. J. c. LOCK WOO 0. LOCKWOOD A REMINGTON, AT THEIR NEW STORE, HAVE ON hand a large assortment of Hardward, Cookin j Stoves, Parlor Stoves, Etc., In our new workshop, which is fitted up su perior to any establishment in the State, we are prepared to do ail kinds of JOB WORK in ear lint, such aa ROOFING, TINNING, AND COPPER AND IRON WORK, MILL AND MINING WORK, AIR PIPE, ETC., At raaaenable rates and at short notion. LOCKWOOD A REMINGTON. S-iyjOtf One doer North of the Postomee. I)AVII> LUNDBOM AIIATBft. once: Slitiat street, opposite Hie Flo steer Kestiturimt. nwAoeurato assays guaranteed. A SMALL ADVANCE FROM MY FOR A MKR very low rates will bo charged m the future, though fees will still bo kept reasonabloas possible. Strangers are required to pay in advance. Eutek a, August 22, 1978. au.3-tf MISCELL ANEO US. 0. DUHKRL. ft. R A PHIL 0. DUNKEL & CO., Corner Mein end Clerk aircrew Dealer! in Fereign and Domestic DRY GOODS, AND CXiOTHXlTQ! BOOTS. SHOES. HATS. CAPS. ETC.. And Manufacturers of CAMIIERB AND WHITE BHIRTN mrl2-tf TOVALL is authorized to col further netiee. eu22 CEO. A. DAVIS, The Pioneer Auctioneer SASTBXJT NEVADA, HAS LOCATED IN EUREKA, IN THE building adjoining Hank Knight’s sa loon, formerly occupied by R. M. Beatty as a J ustice’s office, where ha will transact a General Auction and Commission Business. AUCTION SALES EVERY DAY! Outside sales promptly attended to and re turns promptly made. All kinds of goods bought, sold or ex changed, from a ateam engine to a paper of pins. My motto is, “Quick rales and lots of them.’’ jalltf CAPITAL MARKET. Opposite Goo. Thachor’s old place, west side, Main street, EUREKA. NEVADA. WHOLESALE A RETAIL dealer in Beef, Fork, Mutton, Veal, SAUSAGE HEAD-CHEESE, ETC., ETC All orders filled and promptly attended to. jalti-tr Cll AS.GOLD, Proprietor. EUREKA, TYBO AND BELMONT STAGE LINE REVEAL Jt LINKENBACK, PROP’RS. Carries railed Mali and Wells, large dr te'a Kipreta. ON TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 28TH, AND every fourth day thereafter, the stages will leave EUREKA at 8 o’clock i. M., ar riving in Belmont the next day at 2 o'clock t. M. Returning, will leave BEI.MONT at 7 a. m., arriving in Eureka the next day at noon. Fine horses, gcod coaches and careful drivers. Excellent eating-houses, and everything for the accommodation of the traveling pub lie. . Eureka Ofico at Wells, Fargo k Co’s office . joSOtf EUREKA, HAMILTON and P10CIIE STAGE LINE. Uilmer * Hall.bury. Proprietors. Connecting with tiie eureka and I’aliiade Railroad. Learai Eureka for Hamilton erery morning at 7 o'clock. Learei Hamilton for Pioehe arery alternate day, Sunday! included. Laarei Uamilten for Eureka arery day. Learei Pioehe for Hamilton and Eureka erary alternate day. at 8 a. m„ Sunday! in* eluded. Carrying V. 8. Mail and Weill, Fargo ACe'i Exp ran. Fin* American horiai and naw Concord eoaches. Otte* at Weill, Fargo A Co’i. mrl5-tf LIVERY, FEED AND sale staple. C.C,ClkrC!tTtI. H. Bisuor. BISHOP Ml CARPENTER. SOUTH MAIN STREET. NEARLY OPPO aite the Turuor’llouee. Eureka. We hare recently purchaaed a number uf elegant turn out* and a lot of fino aaddlc-horaea, and are prepared to furaiah CARRIAGES, BUGGIES and SADDLE HORSES ^t roaaonablo rate*. Horse* boarded by the day, week, or month. Hay and Barley lor eale. By fair-dealing, good stock, and atriot at tention to buaineaa, we hop* to aecuro a fair share of patronuge. apTtf NOTICE. pARTIES DESIROUS OF ENGAGING TUB 13 igelo \v H all -roR PAKTIKM, B*UJ», ETf., Will hereafter make application to M. B. BARTLETT, Proprietor. Eureka, Jan. 8.1877. J»*-tf MISCELL A NEO US. R. SADLER & CO.. MAIN STREET.EUREKA, NEV., DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. ■ / i ”• •• ? •• Gpodi Dellftrcd Free of Charge* * AGENTS FOR FOUBZOir AND BOMB » •. } 1 • , !.• ■ ' sA ^ * -1 * ** INSURANCE COMPANIES, ALSO FOR THE California Powder Works, Hercu les Blasting and Sport ing Powder. mar7-tf D. MANHEIM. DEALER INI GENERAL MERCHANDISE. -AT BARON’S BRICK BUILDING MAIN STREET. Eureka, Nevada.' jalltf HIRAM JOHNSON: Wholesale and Retail Dealer la STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Butter and Eggu a Specialty. Chicago Hama awl Breakfiut Raeea, sugar eured, r I wavs on hand. ••Three doors north of Clark street, on Main street. apltf r&AITI ABADXZ2, Real Estate Dealer BUEL STREET.—EUREKA. NEV Ofllee la the Brirk Building. I WOULD RESPECTrULI.Y ANNOUNCE that I am prepared to buy. sell and mort gage roil estate in Eureka, and also adranoe money on good security. Houses to rent suitable lor business or for families. I am also prepared to do a general contract ing business. I will still continue my wholesale liquor e* tablishmect. FRANK ABAD1E. oirgt tf \. S. TROWBRIDGE & CO., -DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. GROCERIES, Mining Suppliei, Gent*' Furnish ing Goods, Etc. TYBO, NYE COUNTY, NEVADA aul-tf PINTO HOTEL. T1I0S. FITZPATRICK, : : PROPRIETOR. SIAVINU LEANED THE HOTEL, 17 ..loon and .tables nt Fiat .formerly conducted by James Aden, I will use mv best efforts to run the whole establishment in a first-class manner. TIIE TABLE Will at all times be supplied with the best the market affords. The choicest Liquors and Cigars Can always be procured at the bar. tar Good stabling and feed for horses. Pinto, January 23, 1877. ja23-tf T EC?At. BLANKS, OF ALL DKSCKIP 1 tious, prin'.ad to order at the SENTINEL 2.-3. Ml SC ELLA NEO US. WM. H. CLARK KEEPS EVERYTHING ! AT THE CORNER OF MAIN AND CLARK STREETS' fi» EUREKA, NEVADA. •a ’AGENT FOR DUPONT AND GIANT POWDER. WM. H. CLARK. Eureka, April 6,1876. ap6tf J. STRAUS’ MAIN AND PIONEER JEWELRY STORE (Oppeiite J. A. Paxton A Co'a Bank) EUREKA! JITRACS INFORMS THE BA . DIES and QENTLBMEN of Eureka and vicinity that he hai a new and complete itoek of WATCHES, JEWELRY, CLOCKS and SILVERWARE for the HOLIDAYS. He DEFIES COMPETITION for the % quantity, quality and the LOW PRICES of thoie beautiful Christmaa and Wedding Pres eata. 60 AND SEE HIM; he has Jewelry far everybody on this coast. REPAIRING of WATCHES and JEW. ELY done by HIMSELF, and at the SHORTEST NOTICE.doli-tf FINE JEWELRY! P. STELER, WATCHMAKER -AND JEWELER. Keeps constantly on hand a well-selected stoek of fine diamonds, gold and silver watches and chains, fine Jewelry, Silverware ABO CLOCKS, Which he offers to sell at TWENTY-FIVE PKK CENT. LESS than any other house. Please call at his store, one door south ot S. Asbirn A lire’s, and examine hie new stock of goods before purchasing elsewhere. No trouble to show goods. Prices to suit the tim-s. All of the above he guarantees to be of the BEST QUALITY, and warranted as rep re lented. N. B.--Special attention paid to watch work. Watches repaired and cleaned aad warranted for one year. New jewelry made to order, and jewelry neatly repaired. All orders from the country promptly at. tended to. P. ST EL hit. Eureka, Jan. 3,1877. ia3-tf S. FRIEDMAN, DIALER III FAMILY GROCERIES, CROCERY AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. CONSTANTLY ON llANB, A CHOICE lot of Fatuity Groceries and Country Produce. Ladies, if you want your husbands to love you, goto Friedman's for your groceries, as the following will show: Ou! say not 1 lore you, because the molasses You purchased at Friedman’s was golden and clear; The syrup, the sugar, the jelly in glasses. The crackers, the mack’rel I know were not dear. But when vou came to me with Friedman’s smoked salmon. And showed me his samples of Limberger cheese, 1 felt that his claim to be oheap was not gam mon, 1 lovod you, and said so, dear Jane, on my knees. va28tf THE OLD STAND. (_; LOROS BAILEY, PROPRIETOR. jgEEr, MUTTON, VEAL, rOKK AND SAU3ACSE. Tbe laUnt Veal and B««r iu the State k«r>. at the Old stand. GEORGE BAILEY. Eureka Jan. 6,1877. ja7-tf MISCELL A NEO US._ PAXTON & OoT, B AN KBH8. EUREKA, NEVADA, Draw at sight, in sums to suit ON Anglo-Californian Bank.—.-San Francisco Anglo-Californian Bank.-.London J. k W. Seligman k Co.......Now York D. 0. Mills k Go....Sacramento Docker A Jewott— -—..Marysville White A McCornick........Salt Lake City Discount Commercial paper. Make Collet, tions, Receive Deposits In Coin or Currency on open account. Certificate, er Special De posit, and transact 1 GENERAL BAKING BUSINESS MINING STOCK BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. mhll X>. a. IKMBL 4l 00. BANKERS. In tilt Old Bzprett Building, Main Street, Eureka. J^RAWS AT SIGHT ON SAN FRANCISCO, NEW YORK? LONDON, And all principal cities in the United State* and Europe. Discount commercial paper. Receive deposits in Coin or Currency en open aoeount; Certificates or Special Deposits, and will transact a General Banking Baatatae. Long experience ia the Collecting Department Cf Wells, Fargo A Co., justifies ai in an nouncing that we will make Collections from Abroad a Specialty ap6tf EUREKA AND CALIFORNIA LUMBER COMPANY. South Main Street, Eureka. Nevada and California LUMBER OF ALL KINDS. Redwood, Oregon and Sugar Fine MINING TIMBERS Building Lumber! A eomplete assortment of Clear A Dressed Lumber, Flooring. Siding, Rnstie and other STYLES OF SIDING, MOULDING. Lath, 8hingles, Doors, Sash and Blinds, eto., always on Hand. EVERYTHING AT THE LOWEST CASH RATES. d7tl K. AC. L CO. YOUNG’S CONFECTIONERY! CIANDIKS. FRUITS,NUTS ANDCONFEC J TIONERY manufae . red by myself, at the new Confectionery St i e, on The East Side of Main Street, opposite Meyers <£ I'ran,.tin's. No Old Imported Co octionery! All Confectionery Manufactured by Myself. ftTl DEFY OPPOSITION. tySl-tf M. YOUNG EUREKA FOUNDRY. L. O. ANBBRIOH, Having purchased the proper ty known M the Eureka Foundry, il now prepared to furnish mills, furnaces, etc., with Castings of All Doerriptiona | also* Machine Work. Orion from Aastin, Belmont, llamil* ton, and Mineral Hill solicited and filled with dispatch. All work leaving 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. oUOtf $200 REWARD! rplIB ABOVE REWARD WILL BE X paid to any one returning to the under signed, or giving information that will lend to the recovery of the stock described below. Following is the description of the horses and mules lost: One white (bell) msre; two black (horse) mules: one gray (mare) mule, two light dunn (horse) mules; one dark brown (horse) mule, with »bite feet and face; one bay American (mare) mule, branded figure of a heart; two bay (horse) mules; one blue (horse) mule; odo black (mare) mule; one sorrel (horse) mule. All of the animals have the Spanish brand R on them, except the American mule. CHARLES SCLARIOUS, Newark Mill, Newark, White Pine county, Nevada, Jun. N, 1W7. jaKMm* INFORMATION WANTED IF BARONI ANGELO WILL COMMUNI cato with hN nephew. Baruni Giovanni, at Eureka, Nevada, be will hour of .omuthing to his advantage. I BARONI GIOVANNI.; I Eureka, Nev,, Jan. S, 1877. jaD-2m