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EUREKA, EUREKA COUNTY, NEVADA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 21, 1877. NO. 68
KFJvA daily sentinel. un n-ERV WOBNISG (except hobday) -BY— rASSIDY A SKILLMAN. fiEO. W. CASSIDY. aim**'_ TKKMS OK SUBSCRIPTION: * olio vonr. by mail....S1J 00 months, by mail.. # ()0 ^V' kroe months; by mail. . 5 00 ^.r.V. iv.rwnrdod until i-aid for. NOTICE. AN PERSON HAVING DISPOSED , ,f his inter*51 in the ;ure]m Foundry, j,11 fixtures, stock, etc., tho business wil hereafter be conducted by - G HUMPHREY'S. iJ, • All work will be iSS WITH PROMPTNESS. ..atronate of the public is solieited. 11-tf_ EUREKA OUKDRY! Iastings S of every taeription. Also, Machine AA oi'k. [•Orders rrom Ty bo, Bolinont, Hamilton, ' «nJ Mineral Hill, are solicited, and will bo filled with dispatch. /H work leavinz this Foundry will be naranteed, and Executed on the Most Reasonable Terms. Ill orders should be addressed to id. 0. HUMPHREYS, Eureka Foundry, lusty "1,1S77. f 1-tf Eureka, Nevada. IRS. M. A. ASHIM, I M P 0 U T E 11 of fancy, staple and preen groceries, crockery, class and tin ware, stone jars, etc ; Califor nia roll and Eastern tub butter, al»Ajson han t; Utah and Eastern fruit and vegetables; also a full assortment of dried fruits, candios, nuts, etc., etc.; fresh poultry and game of all kinds; fresh trout and oysters P.ECEI V ED K V F, U V D A V. M. A. AS HIM. jtoOtl' ew Photograph Gallery! I.iKIK 5I0XA(0. Proprietor, p boutb Main street. Eureka, evada* U NEW GALLEkY HAVING BEEN '1 completed, 1 am ready to furnish the w and lost LIFELIKE PICTURES! : be obtained in Eastern Nevada. ALL K.1.NUS Ot PIOTCKES are finished MWnor stylo and with the latest improvo 2*»f the art. SAUKGKIi PIIOTOGHAPHS, reproduced Mnk smallest Miniature* to Life Size, are *« »t this Gallery equal to aur taken “jot ‘.Vest, All negatives are carefully retouched and reserved tor future orders. Iel LOUIS MONACO. Artist. [GEORGE YOUNG lasxaith and Cutler, KS TO l\FORM THE ho has ro ,sn “»»'>« old stand, near u<it?r V'^aloon, to the ttc j/y®1 ™ -Main street, 1 . “Miemi’s store, where ho will be r.recsl|r®t*10 Patronage of his former “«also informs the public that * ' S ' * X T I. \ ON HAND Int8i a°d largest assortment GUNS and pistols ^ Kvery Patern. 0ammuniti°n. and every other article in r.^nsrline. d»lonh*,,ort!nent ',f I<M?N t tiiUery. It n to tiers’ * nltloriiia-inaile Id all other ‘*5* a 1-J.T. .t li^uros1* l’artaining to this u-i at ■l'*eirea»u"2blo*t'1 ne*tner-' antl dispatch. ^tekaJab. 17th, 1G74. felS-ti ^reka Drug Store! 1 V'Xt «” •>. H. tunnel TfnTT^huroean bc found ^RUGS, MEDICINES, &t«nt Medicines, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, araishes^Etc 0l18’ GlaSS’ in 0“refal akt9atlon siren to tho prepara l PRESCRIPTIONS. K J- SCHNEIDER. l*ru**wt. MI SC EL LA NEO US. HARDWARE, STOVES, Etc. s w H W >5 rq w cl One Door North of the Postoflice. H. RKMINOTO!f. J. C. LOCKWOOD. LOCKWOOD & REMINGTON, AT T1IEIU NEW STORE, HAVE ON hand a largo assortment of Hardward, Cooking Stoves, Parlor Stoves, Etc., In our now workshop, which is fitted up su perior to any establishment in tho Statu, we are prepared to do all kinds of JOB WORK in our lino, such as ROOFING, TINNING, AND COPPER AND IRON WORK. MILL AND MINING WORK, AIR PIPE, ETC,, At reasonable rates and at short notioo. LOCKWOOD A REMINGTON. S-iyj9tf lino door North of the Postoflice. GEO. A. DAVIS, The Pioneer Auctioneer —ok— EASTERN NEVADA, HAS LOCATED IN EUREKA, IN THE building adjoining liana 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 sales promptly attended to and re turns promptly made. All kinds of goods bought, sold or ex chnngod, from a steam engine to a paper of pins. My motto is, ‘‘Quick salos and lots of them.” jalltf FRANK ABADIE, Real Estate Dealer DUEL STREET.EUREKA, NEV Office in f ile Brick Building. T WOULD RESPECTfULLY ANNOUNCE that 1 Km prepared to buy. sell pnd mort gage real estate in Eureka, and also advance money on good security. Houses to rent suitable lor business or for families. 1 am also prepared to do a general contract ing business. I will stili continue my wholesale Honor es tablishment. FRANK ABADIE. mr?3 tf THE OLD STAND. GEORGE BAILEY, PROPRIETOR. JJEEr, JUUOS. YEA1.V ~ | PORK AND SAUSAGE. ---^ riip futtost V<*nl ixi.I Itfff in tbe Statu kept at llio Old Stand. GEORGE BA1LEA. Eureka Jan. 6,1ST". ja -tf HIRAM JOHNSON. VY holosale and Retail Dealer in STAPLE AND FANCY u k ocer lies X3 3T Q^I £31033 J3 Butter and Eggs a Specialty. (idengo Ham * and Breakfast Baron, sugar cured, always on hand. Throe doors north of Clark street, or vlain street. apltf FRANK & HAUPT, Upholsters, Paper-hangers -AND FURNITURE REPAIRERS, ^TTEND PROMPTLY TO CALCIMIIVINO. Second-hand Furniture Bought. Shop next door to Mrs. Ridge’s lodging house, on Duel street. Eureka, January 13, 1S77. ja!4tf Dissolution of Copartnership. rpUE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE 1. existing between HENRY SCHAEFER aud CHARLES FOOI.EY, in tho Lafayette Restaurant, whs this day dissolved by mutunl consent of tho parties. 'The bitsines, will hereafter be conducted by Henry Schaefer, to whom al parties indebted will make pay ment, and by whom all tho indebtedness of tho late tirm will bo paid. HENRY SCHAEFER, ( 11 WILLS FOOLKY. Eureka, January 18, 1877. t l.-lm Dissolution Notice. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, composing tho firm of Shoemaker A Barnes, wholesale butchers, hm o inis day di-solved by mutual consent. J. II. Shoemaker retiring trora the firm. Fred Burses will collect all bills row due said Hi m aud will liquidate all claims against tho 4““10, J. H. SHOEMAKER. FRED BARNES. Eureka, January 22, 1877. jaSS-tf ML SC EL L A S E() VS. R. SADLER & CO., MAIN STREET.EUREKA, NEV., DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Howl* nellvoretl Free ol Chnrspe. AGENTS FOR rOELISN AZffD HOIVZE INSURANCE COMPANIES, IALSO FOR THE California Powder Works, Hercu les Blasting and Sport ing Powder. mar'-tf D. MANHEIM. DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. I -AT BARON’S BRICK SUILDINQ MAIN STREET, Eureka, Nevada. jalltf L. A. HALL, SAM’L COOFKR STOCKS. rpilE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED JL to purchase and soil MIMXU SiFOCUS on commission, All orders promptly filled. San Franeiseo brokers: WILSON i HUTCHINSON. Being agents for lending Fire lnsurnneo Companies, we are prepared to furnish relia ble indemnity on good risks at living rates. Ullice : at H ells, t argo & Co’s. d6 COOPER & HALL. American Lodging House. Corner of Main and Clark Sts., Eureka, Nev. MRS. S. J. DILL, PROPRIETRESS. T TAKE THIS METHOD OF INFORM J ing my friends and the public generally that I have taken tho above house. Tue rooms are clean, comlortable and Quiet. A share of the patronage of the public is re spectfully solicited. Rooms by the day or week. ..... dJttf MRS. S- J. DILL. Assignee’s Notice. MAX. OBERFELDER, ^SSIGNEE OF JOHN SCHINDLER, BANKRUPT, Hereby requests all persons indebted to the estate to forthwith eall and settle with him, at the Banking House of I). B. Immel & Co., otherwise legal proceed ings will bo instituted. „ % Eureka, Feb. 9, 1877. flO-tt THE NEW SEWING MACHINE. “VICTOR.” \\7 IT1I ITS RECENT IMPROVEMENTS. ? f is the simplest, most durable and com plete Family Sewing Machine of all the rioti“* now in use; and to any one wishir, purchase a reliable and first-class macn combining all the latest improvements and inveitions, without the complication of springs, c'gwboels, or delicate and trouble some adjustments, the Victor .Ve\ving Ma chine CV§ New Machine“VICTOR” isonored without a rival. have so simplified its construction that the MOST 1N EX PER l KNoKD CA N OPER ATE AND REOl RATE IT, without encoun tering the usual dithcultits and discourage ments so frequently complained of by begin ners in the us* of sewing machines. Persons wishing to so© one of these ma chine'1 in operation, can do by calling at the store of Leuy’nc* r A Orom* r. EDWARD K. B\ Agent. Eureka, Fob. 1, 1S77. f itt SOCIETIES. Eima Lodge,NcJ6,F.&!Uif!. A The Statod Communications of Eu Lodge, No. l'i, F. A A. M., will *n Masome Hall, on every Nir Saturday on or preceding the full ur.»n in each month. Em I led Communications every Saturday Evenintr. Members of lister lodges, and sojourning orefhron in good standing, are cordially in vi »od to attend. D, C. rilEKEOCK, W.M. W. P. Steichelm yv, Secretary. 15-jaO 3't. John’* Chapter. 5, Royal Arch Masons. 1WK STATED COMMUNICA T10NS of St. John's Chapter, No. 5, ( . A. M.. will be held in MA SONIC HALL, on the Second and &>'*'**** Fourth WEDNESDAY EVENINGS of each month. Called Communications on all other Wednesday evenings. All Loyal Arch Masons in good standing are cordially inv ited to attend. , „ D. E. DAILY, II. P. W. A. Burley, Secretary. myl4 Iv. Oi l*. Beatific lodge no. 7, k. of I\, meets each Friday of every month, at, 7:510 o’eh ok p. m., ar its Castle Hall, in Odd Fel lows’ building. All brother Knights in good standing are fraternally invited to attend such meetings. R. M. BEATTY, C. C. E. K. Dodge, K. of H. and. S. jaHtf X. o. O- x^. INUREIiA LODGE. NO. 22, a j meets Every THURSDAY EVENING, m ODD FELLOWS' HALL, At 8 o'clock i». m. Ail members in good standing are cordiallv invited to attend. P. ANDERSON, N. G. M. Calisiier, Secretary. l0-jy20 ■ Q ■ 3E3I u TMIE A. 0. H. moat every first and third SA’J 1 RD \ Y EVENING of each month, at 8 o'ocloek, at the corner of Clark and Monroe streets, until further notice. THUS. HALEY, President P, F. Splanr, Secretary. au7 LOYAL ORANGE LODGE. NO. 121. rOHE REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS JL Society take place on the first and third Mondays of each month, in Odd Fellows* Hall, at 7:30 o’clock sharp. All brethren in good standing are invited to attend. JOSHUA T1NUJNGLY. W. M. A. G. McKx.nzi re. Secretary. au4-6f EUREKA, TYBO AND BELMONT stage l i iv e REVEAL & LINKENBACK, PRGP’RS. (airles I'liitod flail ami Wells, I’urgo A- I'o's Express. OX TUESDAY", NOVEMBER28TII, AND every fourth day thereafter, the stages will leave EUREKA at 8 o’clock a. m., ar riving in Belmont the next day at - o’clock t». M. Returning, will loavo BELMONT at 7 a. m., arriving in Eureka the next day at noon. Fine horses, gcod coaches and careful drivers. Excellent eating-houses, nn«t everything for tn^ accommodation of the traveling pub lic. Elureka fiico at Wells, largo A Co’s office . ja-'Otf Sweeney’s Stables l The Most Extensive Livery !N THE STATE ! —THE— Fashion and the IT\ter! Two Complete KMahlishmeuts UXD Eli OXE MA XA GEM EXT ! Ci ADDLE HORSES, BUG gios, Carriages, Rocka vvays, \\ agons, etc., in endless variety! Horses Sought and Sold ! Amin gen-rnl livery business conducted in all of its branches. Having obtained a permanent lease of the Fashion Stable—Walsh s old stand—l will in the future run the same in connection with tiie Dexter Livery, Feed and 8ulo Stable. Both establishments will bo open for busi nes- day and night. The finest stock and turnouts in America always on hand. (Jive me u call. SX\ EEN EY. jl-Y-tf_ X. IS. TROXYMUDGE & CO., -DEALERS IX— GENERAL MERCHANDISE. GROCERIES, Mining Supplies, Gents' Furnish ing Goods, Etc. TV HO, N Y E COUNTY, NEVADA aul-tf NOTICE. ARTIES DESIROUS OF ENGAGING T II K 13 igel o w Hull —FOR— PAKlIKSi, BALLS, BTC., Will hereafter make application to M. R. BARTLETT, i'lv-ietor. Eureka, Jan G. 1S77. NOTICE. riMlE UNDERSIGNED HAVING Pril 1 chased t ie entire interest of Thomas Hildreth in nil real and personal proper1 v in theStut - of Nova-la heretofore owned by the firm of Hnnphy & Hildreth, will continue tho business heretofore carried on by -*aid firm. WILLIAM DI NPIIV. I>ec\ 1, 18711. jaU-irn MISCELLANEOUS, STRAUS’ MAIN AND PIONEER JEWELRY STORE (Opposite J. A. Paxton ut Co’s bank) EUREKA! J STRAIN IMOR.WN THE TA MES and GENTLEMEN of Eureka and vicinity that ho has a new and complete stock of WATCHES, JEWELRY, CLOCKS and SILVERWARE for the HOLIDAYS. He DEFIES COMPETITION for the quantity, quality and the LOW PRICES of those beautiful Christmas and Wedding Pres ests. GO AND SEE HIM; ho has Jowolry for everybody on this coast. IIE1 AIRING of WATCHES and JEW. ELY done by HIMSELF, and at the SHORTEST NOTICE. de!2-tf !FiPJE JEWELRY! P. STELER, w.vmni.vkKK -AND JEWELER. Keeps constantly on hand a well-selected stoek of tine diamond?, gold and silyor watches and chains, tine Jewelry, Silverware ASI) CI.IHIlS, Which he offers to sell at TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. LESS than any other house. Please call at his store; one door south of S. Ash ini A Pro’s, and examine his now stock of goods before purchasing elsewhere. No trouble to show goods. Prices to suit the rim s. All of the above he guarantees to bo of the BEST QUALITY, and warranted as repre sented. N. B.-Special attention paid to watch work. Watches repaired anc« cleaned and warranted fot one year. New jewelry made to order, and jewelry neatly repaired. All orders from the country promptly at tended to. P. STELER. Eureka. Jan. 3, 1877. ia3»tf B. REINHART. F. E. FISK. REINHART & CO., Dealers in J HOLE 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 be promptly at tended to. OFFICE—North Main street, next to the Iron Hall. Eureka, January 1, 1S77, iao-tf MYERS & FRAAKLIA -HAVE JIST ItEFEIYED AND ARK XOW opening their FALL AND WINTER GOODS, Comprising DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, Millinery, Ladies’ Sacques, Furs, Woolens, Hosiery, Corsets, Boots and Shoes, Trunks, Valises. Etc. GEjS'TS' clothing —AND— Pui’nishing Goods. Tho abovo stock has boon bought in tho beet markets for cash; and we can therefore , sell them ch aper than the cheapest. To convince the public ot Tie same we respect luliy solicit a call before purchasing else where. MEYERS A FRANKLIN. [nH-tfl furtacity of Tanks 400.000 Gallons ALL NOW FULL. ■ rATER MILL HE KVUNISIIBD IN i f IT. by Hill, in any desired quantities, .it seaso s of Tie year, at a uniform rate and lower than ■ r be furnished from any other source. tVftter delivered twice daily to p'i vate f milics, miners' cabins, saloons, etc. Tickets ranging from <»■. to uO cents apiece » i!l i o sold at tho office of tho company on Ruby Hill. w B. HARRHR Proprietor. T. W. I’EAUSON, Superintendent. tuyS» tf MISCELL A NEC US. John a. Paxton, ai.lkn a.cortis, h. mullkr PAXTON & CO., BANKERS. EUREKA, NEVADA, J^RAW AT SIGHT, IN SUMS TO SUIT Anglo-Californian Bank.San Francisco Anglo-Californian Bank.London J. &i V. Seligman Sc Co..New York D. 0, Mills Sc Go.Sacramento Decker & Jewett. Marysville White Sc McCornick...Salt Lake City Discount Commercial paper, Make Collec tions, Receive Deposits in Coin or Currency on open account. Certificate, or Speeial De* posit, and transact A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS MIXING STOCK BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. _ mhll n. b. itcx&ex. a. co. In the Old Express Building, Main Street, Eureka. SAN FRANCISCO, NEW TORE! LONDON, And a'l principal cities in the United States and Europe. Discount commercial paper. Keceivo deposits in Coin or Currency en open account; Certificates or Special Deposit!, and will transact a General Hanking Business. Long exp’ rience in the Collecting Department Cf Wells, Fargo A Co., justifies us in an nouncing that we will make Collections from Abroad a Specialty ___apfitf_ EUREKA AND CALIFORNIA LUMBER COMPANY. South Main Street, Eureka. Nevada and California LUMBER OF ALL KINDS. Redwood, Oregon and SugajPine MINING TIMBERS Building: Lumber! , A complete assortment of Clear & Dressed Lumber, Flooring, Siding, Rustic and other ; STYLES OF SIDING, MOULDING, Lath, Shingles. Doors, Sash and Blinds, etc., always on HaM. EVERYTHING AT THE LOWEST CASH RATES. d"tf K. A C. L. CO. YOUNG’S CONFECTIONERY! p ANDIES. FRUITS. NUTS AND CONFEC. V; XION'ERY manufae red by myself, at the new Confectionery Store, on The East Side of Main Street, opposite Meyers & t'ran.tin's. No Old Imported Co cctioncry ! All Confectionery Manufactured by Myself. pB" I DEFY OPPOSITION. M. YOUNG.1 S. FRIEDMAN, DEALER IN FAMILY GROCERIES, CROCERY AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. /CONSTANTLY ON HAND, A CHOICE V.' lot of Family Groceries and Country Produce. Ladies, if you want your husbands to love you. *o to Friedman’s for your groceries, as tl e f llowing will show: Ou! say not 1 love you, because the molasses You purchased at Friedman’s was gciden and clear; Th ' syrup, the sugar, the jelly in glasses, Tho crackers, the maok’rol I know were not dear. But when vou came to me with Friedman’s smoked salmon. And showed me his samples of Limborger choose, I felt that his elaim to be cheap was notgani" men, X loved you, and said so. dear Jane, on my knees. xa2Jitf F. LOE WY Begs to infokm his friends that ho nas bought tho agency of J. H. MICHAEL for all tho KaNterfc l*»por*. Periodicals, Ma*a. niitCN mid Fashion Books, Ant! is prepared to deliver them to his sub* gcribors at their place ot residence FRISK of CIIARQES OFFICE, at G. Young’s Gunsmith’s Shop, Main street.