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EUREKA daily sentinel. rCltUBIIKD KVIRT MORNING (KXCKFT MONDAY) — IlY— CASSIDY & SKILLMAN. A, SX1U.MAN. GKO. W. CAS8IDY. TERMS 01-’ SUBSCRIPTION: Onecopy, one your, by mail....J'JJ One copy, six months, by mini...... . ? 'J1 0 ocopy, three months, by mail. a GO j[,> papers forwarded until paid for. NOTICE* IC. AN PERSON HAVING DISPOSED j. oi liis intorest in the Eureka Foundry, And all fixtures, stock, etc., the business wil hereafter ho conducted by s. g. suxavHUznrs. All work will bo DONE WITH PROMPTNESS. '1 ho patronage of the public Is solicited, f 1-tf EITREKA FOUNDRY! riMilS ISTAIII.ISHMKNT IS NOW PRE 1 pared to lurnish mills and luruacos with c A S T I N G s Of every description. Also, Machine Work. r , 'rders rrom Tybo, Belmont, Hamilton, ur.d Mineral Hill, are solicited, and will ho filled with dispatch. All work leaving this Foundry will bo Guaranteed, and Executed on the Most Reasonable Terms. _ All ordors should bo addros*<d to £. (i. HUMPHREYS, Eurok v F'uunJry, January 111.1*77. fl-tf Eureka,' acla. r/iRS. M. A. AS. iSVf, 1 M P 0 li T E U of fancy, Rtaplu and jfro*'n grvFcerij«, cr i \c*ry. it la."? and tin ware, itonujafp, etc ; Culifor t in roll Mr’ 1 K:ii*r* rn tub butter, al v4> on li -n ; l f,ih i*nd Lutvrii Ir.ut and vojfGtablj®! a!."o a full u*«.rrtment of dried fruits, caudio-, nut*, etc., etc.; fresh poultry and game of all him-; fresh trout and oysters u r. l i. i \ r. a * n HilRS. M. A. ASHliYI. ja 4ftf I Gunsmith ami Cutler, l»EUp TO INFORM THE i> in, I >lio that he has re moved from hi* old it and, near thedllvor Rrick .>alo.»*i. to the opposite *i»io, on Alain street, next to l>. Manheim's *tore, wh< h.ip;*y Lo receive tho patronage of hi* former c . «. r. r.t. e also informs the public thut he iff v o x h r a x t h v o x ii a x n The finest and larg -t assortment GUT4S AND PISTOLS Ol Every l'atern. Also, ammunition, and every other article in tho sporting line* A large u**<>rtuunt »*f WoAtaultolita'ft < iidory, Itutehor** 1 o«U, (aliloriiiiiMiitKlc t arvliiji Sris, Kaxom, And all other good* purtaining to this i nt the lowest figures. Repairing done with neatnesc: and dispatch, charges roa«onablo. Eureka. Fob. 17th. 1071. folH-tl Eureka Drug Store! Next Door to It. It. Iiiiiim I A t o*m Dmtk. av nere cun t*«- found DRUGS, MEDICINES, Patent Medicines, Perlumery. Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils, Glass, Brushes, Varnishes Etc. Careful attention given to tho prepara tion ol PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS, ui.jmt r. J, SOHNBIDBK. Drauirt. ANTONIO FERRARIS^ PRACTICAL BOOTMAKER First Door Above Monaco’s Photograph Gallery. 1K)0TS MADE OF THE 15KST .!> French C'alfio ami fitted to a T. Cork-soled Loots made a specialty tor winter. I have a complete assortment of Custom made lioots. Padios’ Shoes made to ordor in a neat manner. .Kepuiring neatly dono and on short no tice. French dressing for ladies' and children’s shoos. Nano but practical workmen employed. Jill ANTONIO FE KHAKIS. Ik«AL libVMtS, OF ALL DKSCKIP J Hons, printed to order ut tho SEN TIN EL jnco. MISCELL A NEC ITS. HARDWARE, STGYES, Etc. c-T W H CO t7! 7\ U* 25 W ** One Door North of the I’ottfoffice. B. RK1IIXGT02V. J. C. LOCKWOOD. LOCKWOOD & REMINGTON, At their new store, have on hand a large assortment of Hardward, Cooking Stoves, Parlor Stoves, Etc., In our new workshop, which is fitted up su perior to any establishment in tho Mat", wo nro 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 notice. LOCKWOOD k REMINGTON. il-iyjOtf Ono door North of the PottofBce. CEO. A. DAVIS, The Pioneer Auctioneer —of— SASTEXUSr NEVADA, HAS LOCATED IN EUREKA, IN THE building adjoining liana Knight's sa loon, formerly occupied by it. M. Ueatty a.* j u Justice's office, where he will transact a General Auction and Commission Business. AUCTION SALES EVERY DAY! Outride sales promptly attended to and re turns promptly made. All Finds 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 FRAHTZE ADABIIi, Real Estate Dealer DUEL STREET.L URLKA, KEY Office lit tin* Krieh Ihiihlin^. f WOULD RESPECT; I LLY ANNOUNCE 1 that l am prepared to buy. sell end mort gage real estate in Eureka, and also advance money on good security. Houses to rent suitable for business or for ami lie*. 1 am also prepared to do u general contract ing business. I will srili continue my wholesale liquor es tablishment. FRANK ABaDIL. nir_'d tf THE OLD STAND. GEORGE BAILEY, PROPRIETOR. jii i ro.\, veai., PORK AND SAUSAGE. The iHltt'Ot Vral mill Itcef in lilt* State kept at llio Old Stand. GEORGE BAILEY. Eureka Jan. ft. 1S77. ja -tf PRANK & HAUPT, Upholsters, Paper-hangers — AND FURNITURE REPAIRERS, A TTEND PROMPTLY TO CAi.ciMirnNu. Second-hand Furniture Bought. Shop next door to Mr*, llidgo’a lodging house, on Iluol street. Eureka, January 11, 1S77. jnlltf Sweeney's Stables ! The Most Extensive Livery 3N THE STATE ! —TUB— Fashion and the better! T,t<> Complete list iil>li*h men tw UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT! CADDLE HORSES, HUG O gios, Carriages, Rooku ways, Y\ agons, etc., in endless variety! Horses Bought and Sold ! And a general Uvery business conducted in all ol its branches. ' liayinc obtained a permanent lease of the Fashion Stable—Walsh’s old stand — l will in the future run the vamo in connection with the Lexter Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, lloth establishments will be open for busi t ess day and night. 1 he finest stock and turnouts m America always on hand. Giro me a call. SW KEN EY. jlVtf NOTICE. IJAUT1KS DFS1U0US OF ENGAGING T 11 K II i g e 1 o w Hull —FOIl— PAKTIKN, HAliIiS, KT*'.. Will hor.aftor muko application to M. \j. UAIlTliKTl’. l'ropriotor. Futoka, Jan ti. 1W7. i? MISCELL A NE'HIS R. SADLER & CO. MAIN STREET.EUREKA. NEW, DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Delivered free «>l Cliarife, AGENTS FOR rOP.SZGIJ A.TZZ) X20r<2E; INSURANCE COMPANIES, .ALSO run THE California Powder Works, Hercu les Blasting and Sport ing Powder. mur7-tf D. YANKEE M. DEARER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. -AT BARON’S BRICK BUILDING MAIN STREET, Eureka, Nevada. jalltf !.. A. HALL, 3AM’L COOl'KR STOCKS. qMIE UNDKRHICNrj ARE PREPARED 1 to purchase and sell NTOCKS on commission. All orders promptly filled. San Francisco brokers: WILSON «fc HUTCHINSON. Doing agents for leading l ire Insurance I Companies, wo are prepared to furnish relia ble indemnity on good risks at living rates. * I OJlice : at Wells, largo A CoN. d« COOPER A HALL. American Lodging House. Corner of Main and Clark Stf., Eureka, Ner. MRS. S. J. DILL. PROPRIETRESS, r TAKE Til IS METHOD OF INFORM 1 ing my friends and the public generally ihat 1 have taken the above house. The rooms aro clean, comiortablo and quiet. A share of the patronage of the public is re* specif (illy solicited. l ooms by the day or week. dJltf MRS. S. J. DILL. Atssiguee’s Notice. MAX. OBERFELDER, \ BS1GNKE OF JOHN SCHINDLER, 13 A IV Iv 13 IJ 1» T , UERKRY REQUESTS ALL PERSONS indebted to the estate to forthwith cal! it ml settle with him, at tho Bunking House of |). B. limuel A Co., otherwise legal proceed ings will be instituted. Kurokn, Feb. 9, 1S77. flO-tt THE NEW SEWING MACHINE. "VICTOR.” UT IVll ITS RECENT IMPROVEMENTS, is tho simplest, most durabKi and com plete Family Sewing Machine of all the va rieties non in usi ; ami to auy one wishing to purchase a reliable and first-clu>s machine, combining all the latent improvements and inventions, without tho complication of springs, cogwheels, or delicate and trouble some adjustments, the Victor lowing Ma chine Co’s New Machine "VICTOR” isutVorod without a rival. . Wo have so simplified its construction that the MUST IN K\ I'Ll. I KNCKH CAN OPER ATE AND liliiil K V I'K IT, without encoun tering the usual diffioultira and discourage ments so frequently complaiuod of by begin- , tiers in the use of sowing machines. I’orsons wishing to sec* one ot these ma chine.* in operation, can do so by culling at the store of Kcu/inger A Cromer. EDWARD K. B) RNE, Agent. Eureka, Fob. 1,1S77. f-tf SOCIETIES. ■A The Amted Communications of Eu' rel.a Lodge, No. 1«, F. .V A. M., will v y ®" ^''"1 in Masonic Hail, on every v Saturday on or preceding the full . Ect in each rnontti. ( ailed Cumt_ jnieations every Saturday Evening. .'.'embers of »i«fcr ledges, and sojourning urotoi i in i standing, are cordiaily in vi 'ed t, .n, i ,i. I), 0. SIIF.HLOCK, W.M. M . P. ■ ; '.uax, r e clary. 15-jaO 3t. Jeld. j uL, .-iter. Nic. 5, Koyal Arch Masons. rpH,K STATED COMMUKICA- «.WsW 1. liUE.s of St. John's Chapter, No. 'V/CpoS 5, :•■ . A. M., avill be hold in >IA t’ONIO HALL, on the Second Sod wwBSBw Fourth V. KDN lihDAY EVENINGS of each mouth. Called Communications on all other Wednesday evenings. All Royal Arch Masons in good standing arc cordiaily invited to attend. T'. K. DAILY, H.P. Vi. A. Durlkt, Secretary. myl4 Iv. OF I>. T) EATIKIC LODGE NO. 7, K. J.) of P.f moots each Friday of every month, at 7:H0 oVl»ck p. M., at its ( .'untie Hall, in Odd Fel lows* building. All brother Knight* in good standing nr© fraternally invited to attend such mootings. H. M. BEATTY, C. C. E. R. Dopgk, K. of K. and. S. jalttf " x. o7o7fT IAUREKA LODGE. NO. 22, fj meets Every THURSDAY EVENING, W ODD rELLOWS' HALL. At 8 o'clock p. m. All mem born in good star ling ure cordially invited to attend. I’. ANDERSON, N. G. 51. Calishkr, Secretary. l0-jy20 jOa. m C& • !I X a rPHEA. O. II. meet every first and third 1 SATl HP A \ E\ ENING of enrh month, at 8 o'oclock, at the eorner of Clark and Monroe streets, until further notice. Til OS. IIAEEY, President. P. F. Splash, Secretary. au7 LOYAL ORANGE LODGE. NO. 121. tpilE R1.G1 EAR MEETINGS OF THIS X .Society take place on the first and third Monday* of each month, in Odd Fellows’ Hall, at 7:30 o’clock sharp. All brethren in good standing are invited to attend. J< Sill'A TIMNGLY, W. M. A. (?. M< Kkneik, S. oretary. au4-tf —■w.l.s..,ll.p?lHl.tJ Mj-gLJL-i_ _'"I'Ll_~ EUREKA, TYBO AND BELMONT STAGE LIN E REVEAL & LINKENBACK, PROP’RS. (arrln I'nitctl Mail ami Wells, l argo A tv» Express. ON Ti ESI>AY, NOVEMBER 2STII, AND overy fourth day thereafter, the stages will leave El iiEKA at 8 o’clock a. m., ar riving ia Belmont the next day at 2 o’clock 1*. M. Returning, will leave BEI.MONT at 7 a. n., arriving in Kareva the next day at noon. l ino horses, gcod coaches and careful drivers. Excellent eating-houses, and everything for th- accommodation of the traveling pub lie. Eureka ffice at AVell-’, Eurgu iCo’soflict . jaSOtf IllIREKA, HAMILTON and P10C1IE STAGE LIME. Gilmer d Salisbury, Proprietor**. pONNELTIXG WITH THE EUREKA \_J ami l'alisado Railroad. Leaves Eureka for Hamilton every morning at 7 o’clock. Leaves Hamilton for Piocho every alternate day, Sundays included. Leaves Hamilton for Eureka every day. Leaves Fiociie for Hamilton and Eureka very alternate day, at b a. m„ Sundays in cluded. Carrying IT. S. Mail and Wells, Fargo A Co’s Express. Fine American horses and now Concord coaches. Oltico at Wills, Fargo A Co’s. mrlo-tf ^LIVERiFEED Szilo C.C. CAKfKNTK*. H. BISHOP. BISHOP &. CARPENTER. ^01 TH MAIN ST KELT. NEARLY OPPO O site the TurnonJlouso, Eureka. Wo have recently purchased a number of elegant turn outs and ;» lot of tin.* saddle-horses, and are prepared to furnish C A URIAH ES, RUlJU l ES and SADULEJ-HOKSES at reasonable rates. Horses boarded by the day, week, or month. Day and Barley tor sale. By fair-dealing, good stock, and strict at tention to business, wo hope to secure a fair share of patronage. ap7tf JOHN BIlttOi'KK. HUGH MC’l'Rl'M. SKROUFE & McCHUM, Successors to J. M. Uoowey Jfe Co., Importers of Liquors, r i n b KEWfUCKY WHISKIES, Etc. 4011 atikI 111 Front M„ Sau Francisco, : : : California mr”>tf saxi’l mouk. r. b. u&Isolds. J. EVANS, Agent. ME, REYNOLDS & CO., Importers and Jobbers of WIMB3 AND IA&UOA3, 212 California St, Sau Francisco. n ^ Sole Agents for Pacific Coast for G.O. Blake’s Bourbon County Whiskies. G IliiiblKEAOdi Mil IF Kit KAI>*. > mi o cards, p*iuH*1 «t the SENTINEL oilice. to order, MI SC EL L A y EO VS. J. STRAUS’ MAIN AND PIONEER JEWELRY STORE (Opposite J. A. Paxton k Co’i Bank) EUREKA! J STRAPS IXIOKMS THE LA DIES and GENTLEMEN of Eureka and vicinity that be has a new and complete stock of WATCHES, JEWELRY, CLOCKS and SILVERWARE for the HOLIDAYS. Ho DEFIES COMPETITION for the quantity, quality and the LOW PRICES of thoso beautiful Christmas and Wedding Prei ests. GO AND SEE HIM; he has Jewelry for everybody on this coast. REPAIRING of WATCHES and JEW. ELY done by HIMSELF, and at the SHORTEST NOTICE. del2-tf FINE JEWELRY! P. STELER, WATCHMAKER —AND— JEWELER. KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A well-selected stock of tine diamonds, gold and silver watches and chains, tine Jewelry, Silverware ASD CLOCKS, Which ho offers to soli at TWENTY-FIVE PEK CENT. LESS than any other house. Please tall at his store, ono door south of S. Ashim 1c liro’s, and examine his new stock uf goods before purchasing olsewhere. No trouble to show goods. Prices to suit the tim All of the above he guarantees to be of the BEST QUALITY, and warranted as repre sented. N. B.- Special attention paid to watch work. Wutche* repaired ana cleaned and warranted for ene year. Now jowelry 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. F, FISK. REINHART & CO./ Dealer:: in . ^yrilOLE AND GROUND BARLEY. Flour, Wheat, Bran and Shorts. BARLEY GROUND TO ORDER. All ordors left at the barley mill, or Egle ston’s dray stand, will bo promptly at tended to. OFFICE—North Mam streot, next to the Iron Hall. Euroka, January 4, 1877, iao-tf Q. K.Tonsorial Establishment. WM. AM)tltSOJi, Proprietor. At this establishment is in surod a flrst-class shave, stylish hair cut, a refreshing shampoo, and a luxurious hot and eold bath. Main street, one door above my old plaeo. d27-tf WM. ANDERSON. CORNER BARBER SHOP. Adjoining the Corner Saloon. HENRY CASEY, - • PROPRIETOR. Newly fitted m* with all the latest improvements. KOCH ESTER CHAIRS. The Best Artists Only Employed. A t'lciui Towel lor livery Oinlonier. _splOtf_ PIONEER Barber Shop & Bath House, First deer north uf the Pioroer Restaurant, North Mai** stroet, Kureka. '■MIK IN DERS'.GNEO, HAVING RK E eeirily oponeu the abevo establisnment} otYors his professional services to all who desire a first-class physiognomical 11AIK Ct- P. or an ecstatic Sil AVIs*. Bt)' Hair Cutting, 50 cents. Shampooing* •50 vents. Connected with tho estab* lishmout are several neat and *”“-**»»• *-j»elogant Hath Rooms, whore V- OATH> 3the most desirable Ilot or Cold Baths can be had at all times. OATHS, £0 CENTS. A share d public patronage is solicited. JAMES M. M. MOODY. 1'ron‘r. MISCELL A NEO US. johk a. Paxtoh, allkh a. cvbtu, h. mvllm PAXTON & OO.f B A3NTKE1XIS. EUREKA, NEVADA* J)RAW AT SIGHT, IN SUMS TO SUIT Angio-Californian Bank...San Fraaeiaoo Angio-Californian Bank_Londoo J. A Vi. Seligman A Co..........New York D. 0. Mills A Go. .Sacrament* Decker A Jcwott... MaryiTlH* White A McCoraiak.--.-Salt Lake air Discount Commercial paper, Mak* Colleo tions, Receive Deposits in Coin «r Currency on open account. Certificate, or Special De posit, and transact A GENERAL BAKUNS BUSINESS MINING STOCK BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. mhll X>. B. ZBKBSBB A 00.: BANKERS. In Hie Old Expreeo Building, Main Street, Eureka. JJRAWS AT SIGHT ON SAN FRANCISCO, NEW YORK* LONDON, And a!i principal cities in the United State* and Europe. Discount commercial paper. Receive deposits in Coin or Currency ea open account: Certificates or Special Deposit*, and trill transact a Cieneral Banking Bnalneaa. Long experience in the Collecting Department Cf Wells, Fargo Sc Co., justifies hi in an* nouneing 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 Sugar Pine MINING TIMBERS Building Lumber! A complete assortment of Clear & Dressed Lnmber, Flooring, Siding, Rustic and other STYLES OF SIDING, MOULDING, Lath, Shinglos, Doors, Sash and Blinds, etc., always on HaM. EVERYTHING AT THE LOWEST CASH RATES. d7ti B. A C. L. CO. YOUNG’S CONFECTIONERY! Cl ANDIES. FRUITS, NUTS AND CONFEC J TIONEKY manufacured by myself, at the new Confectionery Store, on The East Side of Main Street, opposite Meyers <& franklin's. No Old Imported Co ectionory! All Confectionery Manufactured by Myself. piT I DEFY OPPOSITION. *y21-tf M. YOUNG. S. FRIEDMAN, DRALEB III FAMILY GROCERIES, CROCERY AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. CONSTANTLY ON HANB. A CHOICE lot of Family Grooerio. and Country l’roduce. Ladies, if you want your huabandi to love you, goto Friedman'! for your groceries, a* ti e following will ihow; Ou! say not! lore you, because the molassea You purchased at Friedman’s was golden and clear; m^MB The syrup, the sugar, the jelly in glasses. The crackers, the maek’rel I know were not dour. Cut when vou came to me with Friedman’s s.neked salmon. And showed me his samples of Limberger cheese, I felt that his claim to be eheap wal not gam* men, 1 loved you, and said so, dear Jane, on my knees. laSMtf F. LOB WT Begs to inform his friends that ho has bought the agency of J. U. MICHAEL for all tho Eastern Papers, Periodicals, ■nest, slues anti Fashion Boohs, And is prepared to deliver them to his sub* Boribers at their plaoe of residence FREE Or CHABOE! OFFICE, at G. Young’s Gun smith's Shop, Main street.