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eureka daily sentinel. fCBI.ISHII) ITKKY MOUSING (KXGKPT MONDAY) —BY— CASSIDY A SKILLMAN. t skiu.MAN. GKO. W. CASSIDY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ftnecopy, ono year. by mail.SIS 00 On.eopy, six months, by mail. 8 00 One copy, three months, by mail. 5 00 So paper, forwarded until paid for. NOTICE. t C. ANDERSON HAVING DISPOSED of bill interest in the Eureka Foundry, Zed all fixtures, stock, etc., the business wil hereafter bo conducted by S. O. HUMPHREYS. All work will bo DONE WITH PROMPTNESS. Iho patronftfe of the public is solicited, fl-tf ECBEKA FOUNDRY! fi'HIS KRTABMPHM FNT IS NOW PRE I pared to furnish mills and t'urnacos with C^VSTI^VO » Of ©very description. Also, IVlacliine ~Woi*lc« BB’Orders from Tybo, Belmont, Hamilton, and Mineral Hill, are solicited, and will bo lillud with dispatch. All work leaving '.his Foundry will bo Guaranteed, and Executed on the Most Reasonable Terms. All orders should bo addressed to S. 0. HUMPHREYS. Eurek.l Foundry, January Bl. 1877. fl-tf Eureka. Nevada. MRS. M. A. ASHIW3, I M POUT E R of fancy, staple and preen groceries, cr cKt*ry, plas* and tin ware, stone j*r», etc ; Califor nia roll nod Eastern tub butter, alw4is on ban t; Utah Mnd Easter* U »it and vegetables; aim* a full assortment of driol fruits, candies, nuts, etc., etc.; fresh poultry and game of all kind*; fre.*h trout and oysters RECEIVED EVERY DAY. MRS. M. A. ASHIWI. jsflti New Photograph Gallery! Illt lS MONACO. Proprietor. Oa South Main street. Eureka. evadal Ant ami MOST LIFELIKE PICTURES! lo he obtained in Easte rn Nevada. ALL KINDS Ob rKTl'UKKa are finished in superior stylo and with the latest improvo wefts of the art. EN LA HO ED I’llOTOUU A1MI>, reprodu ea from the smallest Miniatures to Life Size, are taken at this Gallery equal to any taken Easier West. A11 negative* aro carefully ratouchou and preserved lor future orders, jel Ltd IS MONACO. Artist. Gunsmith and Cutler, Bkus to IN Ft)km the public that ho has ro luoviul from hi.- old stand, near tho Silver lirick Saloon, to the opposite side, on Main street. It k I ..... I. ■ _ ... 1. happy to receive the patronage of his tormer tuttcrers. ne alky inform* the public that he has CO N N T A ,1 T L Y ON IIANI) The finest and largest assortment —OK— GUNS AND PISTOLS Ol Every Patern. Alio, ammunition, and erary other article in UlMporting linn. A largo assortment of "Wtaiiliolui's Cutlery, lliitcliem’ luoln, Ciililoriitii-ninile t arvliigSi'ts, [taxors, Andal) other gondi partuining to (his 11 at the lowest figures. Repairing done with neatnege and dispatch, •hargus rousonubln. Suroku. fob. 17th. 1G7I. felS-tt Eureka Drug Store! Next Door to D. It. Iuiuiol A t'o'ai llaaili. Wher*» oan be found DRUGS, MEDICINES, Patent Medicines, Perfumery. Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils, Glass, Brushes, Varnishes Etc. .. Careful attontion given to the prepara tion ot PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS. E. J. sellN Ell> Ell. Druggist. MI SC ELLA NKO US. HARDWARE, STOVES, Etc. H W w H Hi y t—4 w cl « > X W One Door North of the Postofliro. H. RKWINGTO*. J. C. LOCKWOOD. LOCKWOOD 8l REMINGTON, AT THEIR NEW STORE, HAVE ON hand a large assortment of Hardward, Cooking Stoves, Parlor Stoves, Etc., In our now workshop, which is fitted up su perior to any establishment in the State, wo ar« prepared to do nil kinds ol Juli WORK in our line, such as ROOFING. TINNING, AND COPPER AND IRON WORK. MILL AND MINING WORK, AIR PIPE, ETC,, At reasonable rates and at short notice. LOCKWOOD* REMINGTON. 1-iyj'Hf Ono door North of the Pottoffioe. CEO. A. DAVIS, The Pioneer Auctioneer —or— EASTERN NEVADA, n AS LOCATED IN EUREKA, IN THE building adjoining llanK Knight’s fa loon. formerly occupied by It. M. Realty a* a Justice’s office, where ho 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 steam enaiue to a paper of pins. My motto is, ‘‘Quick sales and lots of them.” jalltf FRAZffXI ABADIE, Real Estate Dealer BUEL STREET.V UREKA, NKV Olliee In the IlrieU lSiiil<liii£. 1 WOULD respeIjFi ULLY ANNOUNCE that 1 am prepared to buy. soil end mort gage real estate in Eureka, and also advance money on good security. llou««-r to rent suitable lor business or for families. 1 an: also prepared to do a general contract ing business. I will mill continue my*whnl©salo li juor os tablisbincc t. FRANK A RADIK, tf THE OLD STAND. GEORGE BAILEY, PROPRIETOR. J^F.F.K, JILT TO*. VEAL, PORK AND SAUSAGE. Tti«* fat tent Vi*ii 1 mitt Hci*f in th«» .State kept at tho Uld Stand. GEORGE BAILEY. Eureka Jnn. P>. 1877. ja -tf HIRAftl JOHNSON. Wholesale anil Retail Dealer in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Provisions Butter and Eggs a Specialty. 4 hiniKO Klninnniul C*.r«itLflint liafoii, sugar cured, always on hand. rtirThree doors north of Clark street, or Main street. anltf FRANK & HAUPT, Upholsters, Paper-hangers —AND FURNITURE REPAIRERS, ^TTEND PROMPTLY TO CALOIKXNIVO. Second-hand Furniture Bought. Shop next door to Mrg. Ridge’g lodging house, on Buol street. Eureka, January IS, 1877. jalltf Dissolution of Copartnership. r«UE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE 1 existing between 11E N K\ SCHAEFER and CH A REES FOOEKI, in tho l.alayette Restaurant, was this day dissolved by mutual consent of the parties. The busines. will hereafter be conducted hy Henry Schaefer, to ahem al parties indebted will nuke pay ment, and by whom alt the indebtedness el the late firm will ^ ^KN KY SCH A f'KKK. t IIA It EES EOOEKY. Eureka. January 18, 187". 1 1-1 oi _ Dissolution Notice. XTOTICE IS IIEKEIIY OI\E.\ 1’IIAT i\ the undersigned, composing tho firm of Shoemaker A Barnes, wholesale butchers, have tnis day dissolved by mutual consort, .1. It. Shoemaker retiring tromthehrm. bred Harsos will nolle, all bills mu doe said lit m and will liquidate ail claim, against the ““uc' J. II. SHOEMAKER. KREO BARNES. Eureka, January ‘JJ, 1*77. jiuf-tf SriSCKLLANEOVS. R. SADLER & CO. MAIN STREET.EUREKA, NEV., DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. (jiooilw nelivere.1 Froe of llmrtr, AGENTS FOR FOREIGN AND HOME INSURANCE COMPANIES, |ALSO FOR THE California Powder Works, Hercu les Blasting and Sport ing Powder. mar7-tf D. MAN HE EM. DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. -AT i BARON’S BRICK BUILDING MAIN STREET, Eui'eka, Nevada. jalltf L. A. HALL, SAM’L COOPEK STOCKS. rpllE UNDERSIGNE J ARE PREPARED JL to purchase anil soil Ml.M.NU KTOrUK on commis«ion. All orders promptly filled. San Francisco brokers: WILSON <fc HUTCHINSON. Being agents for leadirg 1 i*o Insurance Companies, wo are prepared to furnish relia ble indemnity on good risks at living rates. Office : at VToils, l argo A Co'-. dd COOPEK & II ALL. American Lodging House. Cornorof Main and Clark St.., Eureka, Nev. MRS. S. J. DILL, PROPRIETRESS. T TAKE THIS METHOD OP INFORM. 1 ing my friends and the public generally that I have taken the above house. The rooms are clean, oorniortable and uuiot. A share of the patronage of the public is re* s pec t f u 11 y so I ic i ted. booms by the day or week. dt!ltf M IIS. S. J. DILL. Assignee’s IVotiee. MAX. OBERFELDEB, ^SSIGNEE OF JOHN SCHINDLER, BANKRUPT, Hereby reqcests all persons indebted to the estate to forthwith call and sotllo with him, at tho Banking llouje 'f I). B. lmm«l it Co., otherwiso legal proceed ings will be instituted. Eureka, Feb. 9,1H77. flO-tf THE NEW SEWINQ MACHINE. “VICTOR.” air iyh ITS RECENT IMPROVEMENTS, \\ is the simplest, most durable and com plete Family Sewing Machine of all the va rieties new in use; and to any one wishing to purchase a r liable and first-class machine, comb.ning all the latest improv m nt- amt imoitions, without tho complication of springs, c gwheels, or delicate and trouble some adjustments, thq V ictor rowing Ma chine (’o'< New Machine "VICTOR" is offered without k rival; We have sn simplified its construction that the MOST IN EX i'Eu 1 ENCKI> CAN OPER ATE A N I) K EUR I. VI F. IT, without encoun tering the usual dillieultns and discourage. ments so frequently complained ol by begm ners in tho us- of sewing iiaohines. Persons wi-hing to see one ot these mil chiiien in operation, can rio by calling at the *tore ol i,eu. inaer A Cromer. K L) W A R L> E. RN E, Agent. Eureka, Feb. 1* lb77. f2tt SOCIETIES. Eureka Lodes,No. I6,F. & A. IYI. The Stated Communications of Eu rei.u Lodge, No. 1<>, F. »k A. M„ will be held in Masonic Hall, on every Saturday on or preceding the full lot'on in vnrh month. Called Cornu animations every Saturday Evening. Members of *i.«ter lodges, and sojourning ovethron in good ilanding, are cordially in* v» ♦ed re nfterd. D, C. SHERLOCK, W.M. P. StriciiklsiAyf Secretary. 15-jal) ^%: uhiiz Chapter, Nr. 5, Royal Arch IVIasons. r|MI E STATED COMMUNICA i. TIONS of St. John's Chapter, No. &* ‘ . A. M.f will bo held in MA SONIC HALL, on tho Second and r ourin » r>twsva l hv kl\ 1us ot eacft month, Called Comnsunic'itions on a’1 other Wednesday evenings. All Royal Arch Masons in good standing are cordially invited to attend. T>. E. BAILY, H. P. W. A. Durlky, Secretary. myl4 Ii. O F' P. Beatific lodge no.7, k. of P.# meets each Friday .>f y every month, at 7:80 oH ck P. If ar its Castle Hall, in Odd Pel- | lows’ building. ^ n All brother Knight* in good \ standing are fraternally invited to attend such meetings. K. M. I!FATTY, C. C. E. R. Pot'GK, K. of K. and. S. jaMtf i.o7 o7 f7 FAUKEKA ROUGE. NO. 22, 'j meets Every. THUHoUAY EVENING, IN ODD FELLOWS’ HALL. At 8 o'clock p. if. All members in good standing are cordially invited to attend. P. AXDERSU.N, N. G. M. Calisheb, Secretary. l0-jy20 A. O. Ii„ rFHE A. 0. H. me*t every first and ‘third X .SATURD 1Y EVENING of each month, at 8 o'oclock, at the eornor of Clark and Monroe streets, until further notice. THUS. HALEY, President. P, F. Spline. Secretary. au7 LOYAL ORANGELODGE.NO. 12L r|’I! E llEOCLAH MEETINGS OF THIS A Society take place on the first and third Mondays of each month, in Odd hollo*s’ Hail, at 7:S0 o’clock sharp. All brethren in good standing are invited to attend. JOSHUA T1NUNGLY. W. M. A. G. McKkneik. 8‘cretary. au4-tf EUREKA, TYBO AND BELMONT STAGE LINE REVEAL &LINKENBACK, PROP’RS. Carrie* Iniie«l Mail and Wells, Fargo A Co'» Fzpress. V TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28TII, AND every fourth day thereafter, the stages will leave EUREKA at K o’clock a. m., ar riving in ^elmont the next day at 2 o’clock r. m . Returning, will leave BELMONT at 7 a. m., arriving in Eureka the next day at noon. kino horses, gcod coaches and careful drivers. Excellent eating-houses, nn<l everything for tn“ accommodation of the traveling pub lic. Eureka ffico at Wells, Eargo A Co’s office . ja'iOtf EUREKA, HAMILTON and P10CHE STAGE LINE. liltmcr d KaliNbury, Proprietor**. pONXPXTING WITH THE EUKKKA v_.' and Palisade Railroad. Leaves Eureka for Hamilton every morning at 7 o’clock. Leaves 11 nmilton for Pioeho every alternate day, Sundays includ' d. Leaves Hamilton tor P’uroka overy day. Leaves Pioohe for ilnmilton und Eureka very alternate day, at a. m„ Sundays in cluded. Carrying IT. S. Mail and Wells, Fargo A Co’s Express. Kin*' American horses and now Concord coaches. Ottice at Wills, Fargo d Co’s. mrlo-tf LIVERY, FEED AND Sale Stable. C.C. CARPENTER. H. BISHOP. BISHOP & CARPENTER. OOUTH MAIN SJ'REET, NEARLY OPPO kJ ^ito the Turner^House, Eureka. Wo have recently purchased a number of elegant turn outs and a lot oi fine saddlo-horaes, and are prepared to furnish CA RRl A(> ES, BlUBilK8 and SAOllLE-llURSEii at reasonable rates. Horses boarded by tho day, week, or month. Hay and Barley :or sale. By lair-dealing, good stock, and strict a« rontion to business, we hope to secure a fair share of patronage. ap7tf JOHN SHRO'TK. HUGH M> '('RUM. SHROUFE & McCRUM, Successors to J. M. tioowey JtOo., Importers of Liquors, FINS KENTUCKY WHISKIES, Etc. 400 niitl 411 t rout Sit,, 5an Francisco. : : : California iprotf_ tiAki’L uouts. F. B. til. i NOM'S. J. EVANS, Agent MORE, REYNOLDS & CO., Importers and Jobbers of WINES AND LIQUORS, 212 California £t„ San Francisco. tfii Solo Agents for Pacific Coast for (1.0. Blake’s Bourbon County ^ hiakieg. ^k. Bl I. L it ISA UCI l tHH Un\ ar.d cards, printed at the 8KNTINEL office, to orderfj .VISCEE L A NEO US. J. STRAUS’ t MAIN ANI) PIONEER JEWELRY GTORE (Opposite J. A. Paxton & Co’s Bank) EUREKA! T NTBAl'N IStOKNK THE RA . DIES and GENTLEMEN of Eureka and vicinity that he has a now and complete stock of WATCHES, JEWELRY, CLOCKS and SILVERWARE for the HOLIDAYS. Ho DEFIES COMPETITION for the quantity, quality end the LOW PRICES of those beautiful Christmas and Wedding Pres ests. t)0 AND SEE HIM; ho has Jewelry for everybody on this coast REI AIRING of WATCHES and JEW. ELY done by HIMSELF, and at the SHORTEST NOTICE. del2-tf FINE JEWELRY! P. STELER, WATCH MAKES -AND JEWEIjER. EEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A well-selected stock of tine diamonds, gold and silver watches and chains, fine Jewelry, Silverware AXI> CLOCKS, Which he offers to sell at TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. LESS than any other house. Please call at his store, one door south ot S. A shim & Pro’s, and examine his new wtock of goods belore purchasing elsewhere. No trouble to show goods. Prices to suit the tim s. All of tbr above ho guarantees to be of the BE »T QUALITY, and warranted as repre sented. N. B.-Special attention paid to watch work. Watches repaired ana cleaned and warranted lor one year. New jewelry made to order, and jewelry neatly repuirod. All orders from the country promptly at tended to. P. fcTELER. Eureka. Jan. 3. 1877. ia3-tf B. REINHART. F. FISK. REINHART & CO., Dealers in HOLE AND GROUND BARLEY. Flour, Wheat, Bran and Shorts, BARLEY GROUND TO ORDER. All orders left at tbe barley mill, or Kgle etOD’s dray atand, will bo promptly at tended to. OFFICE—North Main street, next to the Iron Ilall. Eureka, January 4, 1S77, iao-tf MEYERS A FRA.\KLI.\ —HAVE— JI’ST 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, Trunks, Valises. Etc. anxvTS’ cloth xxv a -AND Furnishing Goods. Tho above stock has been bought in the best markets lor cash; ami wo can therefore sell them eh apor ihan the cheapest. To eonvin e the public of the same wo respect fully solicit a cull before purchasing else where. JHtll CKM Al franklin. _[n!4-tfl_ RUBY HILL WATER WORKS. Capacity of Tanks 400.000 Gallons ALL NOW FULL. \1 rATETv WILL HE FURNISIIKD IN f ? Ht by Hill, in any desired quar.ti.ios, at •til sohso s of tho yi'nr, at a uriiforii rate and lower than • . n bo furnished from any other source. Water delivered twice daily to pri vate f milieu, minors' cabins, saloons, etc. Tickets ranging frotu to 50 cents a piece will e “eld ut tbe otrico of the company on Ruby Hill. W B. H AKRT)B Proprietor. T. W. PEARSON, Supdrintendent my’£» U MISCELL A NEC US. John a. Paxton, allk.n a. cbrti*, h. mullbb PAXTON & CO., BANKERS. EUREKA, NEVADA, Draw at sight, in sums to suit on Anglo-Californian Bank.San Francisco Anglo-Californian Bank...London J. A \V. Seligman A Co.New York D. 0. Mitts A Co.Sacramento Decker A Jewett. .MaryswiUa White A McCornick.-Salt Lake City Discount Commercial paper, MakeCollee. tions, Recoivo Deposits in Coin or Currency on open account. Certificate, or Special Do* posit, and transact A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS MINING STOCK BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. _ mhll ». B. IMMEL A CO. BANKERS. In Hi» Old Express Building. Main Street, Eureka. RAWS AT SIGHT ON SAN FRANCISCO, NEW YORK'; LONDON, Ami a'l principal cities in the United States and Europe. Discount commercial paper. Receive deposits in Coin or Currency on open account; Certificates or Special Deposits, and will transact a Ueueral Banking Business. Long exp1 rience in the Collecting Department Cf Wells, Fargo A Co., justifies us in an* nouncing that we will make Collections from Abroad a Specialty aptiti EUREKA AND CALIFORNIA < LUMBER COMPANY. South Mbin Street, Eureka. Nevada and California LUMBER. OF ALL KINDS. Redwood, Oregon and Sugar Pina 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 TI1E LOWEST CASH RATES. <17 tf K. & C. a. CO. YOUNG’S CONFECTIONERY! /"TAN DIES, F1UUTS, NUTS ANDCONFEC. V.' TluNUKY manufac red by myself, at the new I'onfectionery Style, on The hast bide of Main Street, opposite Meyers it f'raitJ. tin's. No Old Imported Co ectionory! All Confectionery Manufactured by Myself. piT I DEFY OPPOSITION. <y21-tf M. YOUNG. S. FRIEDMAN, DCALKM in FAMILY GROCERIES, CROCERY AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. CONSTANTLY ON HANB, A CHOICB lot of Family Ureoeries and Country Produce. Ladioa, if you want your bosbands to love you. goto Friedman’s lor your groceries, as tl o following will show: Ou! say not 1 loyo you, becanse the molasses Hou purchased at Friedman’s was golden and clear; The syrup, the sugar, the jelly in glasses. The crackers, the mack’rel 1 know were not deur. Ifut when vou eame to me with Friedman’s smoked salmon, And showed me his samples of Limbergar cheese, 1 felt that his claim to be cheap was net gam* men, 1 loved you, and saiJ so. dear Jane, on my knees. ia28tf F. LOB WY Begs to inform his friend* that ho uus bought the aceno'of J. 11. MICHAEL lor all the lirnttero Papm. Perlosllctun, n«(w allies nusl I’bnUIoii liosskts. And is prepared to deliver them to his sub* scribers at their place of residence F *« E E OF ClIARflEI OFFICE, at G. Young’s Gunsmith’s Shop, Main street.