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VOL. XII._EUREKA. EUREKA COUNTY. NEVADA, SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 14. 1S77. NO. 113
eureka daily sentinel
fCBUSHKD EVKHY MORNING (EXCEPT MONDAY
— f-Y—
CASSIDY & SKILLMAN.
A. BAILLMAN. GhO. V. CASSIDY.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
One copy,ono year, by mail.515 Of
Ono copy, six months, by mail..... . 8 (X
Ono copy, throe monthg, by mail. 5 (X
No papers forwarded until paid for.
b.”MANHEiM.
DEALER IN
GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
-AT
BAROM’S SRICK BUILDING
MAIN STREET.
Eureka, IVevatla.
jalltf
12'a CENTS.
F. LOEY/Y,
eOLE AUEJIT T O K TIIE
o
PRINCIPAL
PACIFIC COAST NEWSPAPERS.
Will tell from thisxlaten 1 illustrated La«t
eru papers and periodicals at the reduce!
price of
TWELVE AND A HALF CENTS.
tMIioe nt Onrtc Yoiims'h Ullliutl.ltli
.Imp, tint it Mrtel. nibStf
1 HAS. KAKJURIS. MARTIN SKANKEK.
FARRARIS & SKANKEE,
COOT AM) SHOEMAKERS,
Hulu SI roc I, list:: Eureka.
PERSONS WISHING THEIR®
1 hi ot* nod sho s inudo to order,
and da iring a g> oil fit n; d stylish look-^^
ing boot* and *h«>« •, manufactured from the?
b.-t French calf or uij* skins, should get
their worn don© at our establishment; by so
doing they will nor bo troubled with corns
and bunion*, and will have good looking boot*
an l shoes, and be comfortable.
!., rv doficriptien of ladies gaiter* and
shoe* nia l© to ordor, and of the best ma
terials.
Repairing done at the fhortent notice and
in a workmanlike manner.
‘iivo u* it call, \N © guarantee all our work
ns regard* a perfect fit ai d material*.
M’l" rior workman Lip. low price*, and fair
d© ding. i* our motto*
Try our work.
FA EllAIllS A SK \NKKE,
Two door* south ot Odd Fellow*’ Hall,
mi8 if
Delinquent Notice.
f|M) SAM'L J. RKFEK AND SHERIDAN
1 you are hereby notified that the under
signed co-owner with you in theorigiaal loca
tion or claim known a* tho “Manhattan
Mine,” containing gold, silver and other met
al*, Minuted in Eureka M ining District, on the
westorn slope «»f Prospect Mountain, and
which i* duly recorded in Eook “D,” page
*’88” of tho Record* of said Eureka Mining
District, having performed the work ana
road© the expoi dituro* on said min * a* re
quired by Act of (’•mgres*, May 10, 1872, for
the >e«r* 1875 and 187d, and that your respec
tive parts of the cost*, and amount* of such
work and expenditure*, urous follow*, to wit:
OX MANHATTAN MINING CO.
Sani'l Boobo ami Mr. Sheridan for
tho yeurn:
J87), on 500 feet (® $10 per 100 foot. $ -0 00
167i», on nOv) foot $10 per 100 foot. 60 00
Total amount duo.$100 00
Which sum must be paid to the under
signed within on* hundred and eighty days
from tho first publication of this notice, or
your interest in said mine *ball be forfeited
forever after. A record of such work being
performed by the undersigned, can bo seen
bv applying to M. (j. Cavanaugh, the Minimr
Recorder of Eureka District.
HENRY B. ST1MLER.
Belmont, March 2>, 1677, mh81-'.K)d
Assessment Notice.
JACKSON MINING COM RAN Y.-LOG A
tion of principal place of business, San
Francisco, California. Location of works,
Eureka District, Eureka county, State of Ne
vada. Notice is hereby given that at a meet
ing of the Board of Directors hold on the 28th
day of March, 1877, an assessment, No. 9, of
fifty cents per shuro was levied on the capital
stock of tho corporation, payable imme
diately in U. S. gold coin, to the Socretary of
said company, at th« otlice of said company,
Room No. 4, 408 California street, San Fran
cisco, California.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on Monday, tho MOth clay ot
April, 1877, shall ho doomed delinquent, and
will bo duly advertised for sale at public auc
tion, and unless payment shall bo made bo
loro, will bo gold on Monday, tho 21st. day of
May, 1877, to pay tho delinquent assessment,
together with the costs of advertising and ex
pense of the sale.
Bj order of tho Board of Trustees
C. N. SHAW, Secretary.
, _m h81-td_
NOTICE ! #
All persons having bills
against tho estate of the late lion. J. K.
* r *111 present the saruo to MRS. J. K.
■ BAKER—Room at tho Barker House.
Eureka, April 7,1877. ap8-tl
\
MI8CKL LA NBO VS.
JUHH A. PAXTON, ALLKJt A. CURTIS, H. SCLLP.K.
PAXTON & CO.,
33 -A. IKT 33L I£3 33. © .
EUREKA, NEVADA,
Draw at sight, in sums to sun
ON
Anglo-Californian Bank.San Francisco
A nglo-Cal iforn ian llo n k.London
J. A W. Soligman A Co.New Vork
D. 0, Mills A Co.Sacramento
Docker A Jewatt.Maryavillc
White A McCornick.Salt Lake City
Discount Commercial papor. Make Collec
tions, Receive Depoaiti in Coin or Currency
on open account. Certificate, or Special De
posit, and transact
A GENERAL BAKING BUSINESS
MINING STOCK BOUGHT AND SOLD
ON COMMISSION.
mlill
73. 33. Ih/LmUl, (Si CO.
BANKERS.
In (lie Oltl F.xprctt* nuildl.,jf,
Main Street, Eureka.
TkRAWS AT SIGHT ON
i SAN TRANCISCO,
new ygn
LONDON,
Am! a'l principal cities in tbs L'nitod States
ami Europe.
Discount commercial paper.
Koceive d 'posits in Coin or Currency on
open uccount; Ce, tificatex or Special Deposits,
and will trunxact a
tirncral li.inMiig tfiixiu<-,s.
Lung ei p rionco in tbo
(ollcetlug llctmrlincnt
Cf Wells. Fargo A Co., justifies us in an
nouncing tbut *e will make
(iillwtiuusrrom Alirowl a Spcijall]
apUtf

S. FRIEDMAN,
DRALKU IN
FAMILY GROCERIES, CROCEuY AND
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
/CONSTANTLY ON HAND, A CHOICE
Vv lot of Family Clroeeries and Country
l roduce.
Ladies if you want your husbands to love
>ou, go to Friedman'® lor your groceries, a
tl e following will show:
Uu! »ay not 1 love you, because the molassc*
You purchased at Friedman's wan gulden
and clear;
The syrup, iho sugar, the jdly in glasses.
The crackers, tho maok’rel i know were not
dour.
Dut when von oamo to me with Friedman'*
s.nwked salmon.
And showed u*o his samples of Limborgei
cheese,
1 felt that his claim to be cheap wus not gam
mon,
1 loved you, and said so. dear Jane, on mj
knee*. va28tf
JOHN 8HBOVFK. HUGH MC'CRUM.
SHROUFE & McCRUM,
Successors to J. M. Goewey A Co.,
importers of Liquors,
FINE
KENTUCKY WHISKIES, Etc.
400 autfl 411 f ront St.,
San Francisco, : : : California
inr^tf_ _
SAW’L MORE. r. B. REYNOLDS.
J. EVANS* Agent.
MORE, REYNOLDS & CO.,
Importers and .lubbersof
WINES AIJB LIQUORS,
212 California St-, San Francisco.
itO'Solo Agents for I'aciflo Coast for fl. 0.
Clako’s Uourbon County Whiskies. a
HIRAEV1 JOHNSON.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
STAFLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES
Provisions
Butter and Eggs a Specialty.
t'liirnvu I Until • mill llreaklast lisron,
sugar cured, always on hand.
fcWThree doors north of Clark elrcot, on
Main street. anltf
Eureka Drug Store!
—** ^
Next Door to D. II. Iinuiel
A ( o n Itniik.
Where cun he found
DRUGS, MEDICINES,
Patent Medicines,
Perfumery, Toilet Articles,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Brushes,
Varnishes, Etc. . .
Careful attention given to the , prepara
tion ot ' ,
PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS.
t-apHOtl' P. J. SCHNEIDER. Drueetst.
1 OH I’KIMINU OF A 1.1. It I A UN,
*1 A SI'ECIAI.Y.
MIS O WL L A N E<) US.
R. SADLER & CO.
MAIN STREET..EUREKA, NEW,
DEALERS IN
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
Uooda Delivered Free ol Cbnrire.
AGENTS FOR
FOREIGN AND EOME
INSURANCE COMPANIES,
ALSO FOR TI1E
California Powder Works, Hercu
les Blasting and Sport
ing Powder.
mar7-tf
GEO. A. DAVIS.
The Pioneer Auctioneer
—op—
EASTERN NEVADA,
HAS LOCATED IN EUREKA. IN THE
building adjoining Hank Knight’s sa
loon. formerly occupied by R. M. Beatty as
u Justice's office, where ho will transact o
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, lrom a steam engine to a paper of
pus.
My motto if, “Quick sales and lots ol
them.” jail tf
THOS. MURPHY,
The Pioneer Bootmaker!
WISHES TO INFORM HISOLP
M patron.0, and the public gener- j ftl
ally, that In* has again commenced 1
business at his old Mnnd, opposite Paxton A
Co’s Rank, where hois prepared to do all
kinds of work in his line. He has on hand a
largo assortment of
ALL KINDS OF BOOTS!
of his own manufacture, which he will dis
pose of at reduced price*.
All kind* of repairing done at the shortest
notice, (live me a call.
Eureka, February 15, 1877. flS-tf
PJJBY HILL WATER WORKS.
Capacity of Tanks 400,COO Gallons
ALL NOW FULL.
IITATEK WILL UK FURNISHED IN
\\ ltr by Iliil, in any desired quantities, at
all seaso..s of the year, at a uniform rate and
lower than e m he furnished from any other
source. Water delivered twico daily to pri
vate families, minors' cabins, saloons, etc.
I'ickeU ranging from ti . to 30 cents apiece
will oe sold at the ollice of tho company on
Ruby iliil.
W. B. HARRUB Proprietor.
T. W. I’EARSON, Superintendent.
myJ-1 ti
LEVIN & CO.,
mroRTCRS and nr a Letts nt
CIGARS,TOBACCO,STATIONERY
CONFECTIONERY,SCHOOL BOOKS,
ETC., E1C.
N»ln hired, I. it role a, Seiaiin.
y
GEORGE YOUNG
Gunsmith and Cutler,
Begs to inform the
public that ho has re
moved from his old stand, near
the Silver lirick Saloon, to the
opposite side, on Main street,
happy t« roooivo the patronago of his former
oustc’rers. t.e alio informs the public that
he liss
itussrAJirLT ox hand
The finest and largest assortment
—op—
GUNS AND PISTOLS
Of Every JPatern.
Also, ammunition, and every other artiole in
tho sporting lino.
A large assortment of
Uvstealiului'i (ittJfry, Itu teller*’
it owls, t'wUlorma-inacle
Car vine Sols, [taxors.
And all other goods pertaining to tnia i at
tho lowest figures.
Hopairing dono with uoatnerc and dispatch,
charges reasonable.
Hureka, Fob. 17th. 1&74. fel8-tf
toil PKIXTINOOf A I.L KINDS, EX
i fl edited with dispatch at tho SUN TIN El.
printing Office.
SOCIETIES.
Eureka Lodge,No. I6,F. & A. IVI.
/K The Stated Communication* of Eu
#^Vvrekft Lodge, No. 1G. F. *t A. M., will
be bold in Masonic Ilall, on every
. Saturday on or preceding the fall
noon in eo<*h month.
Called Comtjunications every Saturday
Evening.
Members of sister lodges, and sojourning
brethren in good standing, are cordially in
vi ted to afferd.
__ T>, C. 3IIERLOCK, W. M.
AV . P. >t: ipsklu vn, Secretary. 15-jaO
St. JoL. v .^aptcr, Pit. D, Iloyal Arch
Masons.
TM STATED COMMUNIOA- «*»/««,
X HONb of.St John*, Chapter, No. INwtesi
n* >. A. M., will be held in 51 A- W&S1.?
SONIC HA EL, on tho Second and
Fourth WEDNESDAY EVENINGS of each
month. Called Communication, on all other
, Wednesday evenings.
ATI Royal Arch Mason, in good standing
are cordially invited to attend.
I). E. HAILY, H. P.
W. A. Durley, Secretary. myll
Iv. OF i\
Beatjl ie lodge xo. 7, k.
of P., meets ouch Friday of
every month, at 7:‘JO o’clock p.
m., at its Castle Hall, in Odd Fel
lows’ building.
All brother Knights in good
standing are fraternally invited
to attend such meetings.
IV. JU. DFiAill, u. KJ.
E. It. Dodge, K. of H. and. S. jal4tf
I. 0. 0. F.
rnUlKKA LODGE. NO. 22.
Vj nweU Eyory THURSDAY
EVENING,
IN ODD FELLOWS’ HALL.
At 8 o'clock p. m. All members in good
standing are cordially invited to attond.
I\ ANDERSON, N. G.
M. Calishf.r, Socretary. l0-jy20
O. .trl o
rPHE A. 0. II. meet ovory first and third
X SATURDAY EVENING of each month,
at 8 o'oclock, at the corner of Clark and
Monroe streets, until further notice.
THUS. HALEY, President.
P. F. Splank. Secretary. au7
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE. N012L
'I’llE HEOULAR MEETINGS OK THIS
A Socioty 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 T1NUNGLY. W. M.
A. G. McKknck, Secretary. au4-tf
WaVS. H. CLARK
KEEPS
EVERYTHING !
AT TUE CORNER OF
MAIN AND CLARE STREETS
EUREKA,
NEVADA.
**-AGENT FOR DUPONT AND GIANT
POWDER.
WM. H. CLARK.
Eureka, April 8, 1871 aptitf
L. x. hill, sau’l cooper
STOCKS.
rPHK UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
X to purchase ami sell
MINING STOCKS
on commission, All orders promptly filled.
San Francisco brokers:
WILSON A HUTCHINSON.
Being agents for leading Fire lnsursnce
Companies, we are prepared to furnish relia
ble indemnity on good risks at living rates.
Otiiee : at Wells, Fargo A (Jo's,
dti COOPER t HALL.
eurx:ka,
HAMILTON and P10CHE
STAGE LINE.
Ullmcr A Kiilishury, Proprietor..
Connecting with the eukeka
und Palisade Kailroud.
1.cares Eureka fur Huiuilton ovary morning
at 7 o’clock.
Leaves Hamilton for Piocho every alternate
day, Sundays included.
Loaves Hamilton lor Eureka every day.
Leaves Pioehe for Hamilton and Eureka
every alternate day. at h i. u„ Sundays in
cluded.
Carrying IT. S. Mail and Wells, Purge A Co’s
Express.
Pine American horses and now Concord
ooaches.
Office at Wills, Fargo A Co’s, mrl5-tf
MISCELL ANEO US.
FINE JEWELRYI
P. STELER,
WATCIIMA K KB
-AND
JEWELER.
Keeps constantly on hand a
well-selected stook of fine diamonds, gold
and silver watches and chains, fine
Jewelry, Silverware
AND CLOCKS,
Which he offers to sell at TWENTT-FIVE
1’Kft CENT. LESS than any other house.
Please call at his store, one door s<^uth of
S. Asbirn & lire's, and examine his now
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 repre
sented.
N'. B.--Special attention paid to watch
work. Watches repaired ana cleaned and
warranted for one year. New jewelry made
to order, and jewelry neatly repaired.
All orders from tho country promptly at
tended to. P. STELER.
Eureka. Jan. 3.1877. ia3-tf
B. REINHART. F. F. FISK.
REINHART & CO.,
t
Dealers in
HOLE AND GROUND BARLEY,
Flour, Wheat, Bran and Shorts.
BARLEY GROUND TO ORDER.
•ft
All orders left at the barley mill, or Egle
ston’s dray stand, will be promptly at
tended to.
OFFICE—North Ma;n streot, next to the
Iron Hail.
Eureka, January 4, 1877, iad-tf
Q. K.Tonsorial Establishment.
W». ANDERSON, Proprietor.
AT THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS IN*
sured a first-class shavo, stylish hair
cut, a refreshing shampoo, and a luxurious
hot and cold bath. Main street, one door
above my old place.
427-tf 1TM. 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 C'Iohii Towel lor 10very Customer.
splOtf
PIONEER
Barber Shop & Bath House,
First door north of tho Pioneer Restaurant.
N »rth Mai- street, Eureka.
riMIE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING RK
1 cently opencu the abevo establistiment,
offers his professional services o all who
desi-e a first-class physiognomi a I HA1R
CU j . or an ecstatic SHAVE.
Hi ‘ Hair Cutting, 5U cents. Shampooing*
50 cents.
fO Connected with the estab
^ ■ ■.—.. lishinent are several neat and
^^vwmrnfcjt,LryC|0Kant uftth Rooms, where
V^atha .in,the most desirable Hot or
Cold Baths can bo had at all times.
BATHS, SO CENTS.
A share >f public patronage is solicited.
__J AMKS M. M. MOODY, Prop‘r.
FRANK & HAUPT,
MAIN STREET, TYRO,
Upholsters, Paper-hangers
-AND
FURNITURE REPAIRERS,
^TTEXD PROMPTLY TO
OALOZMISTZNa.
Second-hand Furniture Bought.
Tyho, Nov., March 21,1S77. lt-mh&tf
ANTONIO FERRARIS,
PRACTICAL BOOTMAKER
First Door Above Monaco's Photograph
Gallery.
Boots made ok the best a
French Calfskin and fitted to a
T. Cork-soled Boots made a specialty ^
for winter.
I have a complete assortment of Custom
made Boots.
Ladies’ Shoes mado to order in a neat
munnor.
Repairing noatly done and on short no
tice.
French dressing for Indies’ and children’s
shoes.
None but practical workmen employed.
nil ANTONIO FERRARI?.
M1SOELLANEO VS.
TO CASH BUYEBS.
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
DRY GOODS
-AT
I r
METERS & FRANKLIN'S
T® MAKE ROOM FOR SPRING STOCK.
i-_ _
W. will sell
10 yds White Muslin, - - $lr
And all other goods in proportion.
Also a fine assortment of
CLOTHING
-AND
GENT’S FURNISHING GOODS,
Hats, Caps, Boots. Shoes, etc.
__ mrS-tf
THE
EUREKA AND PALISADE
Rail road!
HAS BEEN
Completed to Eureka,
And the Company is now ready to .carry pas
sengers and freight over the road
With Regularity and Dispatch.
Trains will run as fallows until farthsr
notioet
Passenger Trains
ieaTO Eureka daily at...... 3:30 a. X.
Arrive at Palisade at...10:00 a. u.
Making connection with
East and West Bound Trains of the
Central Pacific Railroad.
Keturutug:
Leave Palisade at. 4:00 r. m
Arrive at Eureka at...11:00 p.x..
Freight and Accommodation Trains
i.eave Eureka dally at.. 7:00 a x>
Arrive at Palisade at... 3:50 p. x.
Leave Palisade daily at...7 >45 a. X,
Arrive at Eureka at.... 5:50 r. x.
The Company will deliver freight t«
Hamilton,
Pioche,
Tybo,
Reveille,
Belmont,
AND ALL POINTS SOUTH.
By its teams, with care and dispatch and at
the lowost rates.
n£7tf P. EVERTS, General gnp't.
EUREKA AND PALISADE
TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
OFFICE
With Wells, Fargo * Co.,
Main street, Eureka.
THE ONLY LINE
reaueeilui with the Direct Allan,
lie Cable,
For all European cities and towns, and At
lantic and Pacific Telegraph. For all pointa
cast and west our facilities for
RAPID TRANSMISSION
are the best in the world.
nZ7tf P. EVERTS. General Sup’t
FRANS ABADIB,
Real Estate Dealer
BUEL STREET...EUREKA. NEV
Office the Brick Bundling.
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE
that 1 am prepared to buy. sell end mort
gage real estate in Eureka, and also advanoa
monoy on good security.
Houses to rent suitable lor bueinessor for
families.
I ant also prepared to do a general contract
ing business.
I will atili continue my wholesale liquor es
tablishment. FRANK ABAD1K.
«nr23 tf
American Lodging House.
Corner of Main and Clark Sts.. Eureka, Ner.
_
MRS. S. J. DILL, PROPRIETRESS^
I TAKE THIS METHOD OF INFORM
ing my frionds and the public generally
that I have taken tho ubove house. The
rooms are clean, comfortable and i)uiet. A
share of the patronage of the publio is re
spectfully solicited.
Rooms by the day or week
d24tf MRS. S. J. DILL.
LAMBERT MOLINELLI,
Notary pcri.ic and search.
ERof RECORDS.
Copyist, General Collector and llsal Ksta'o
Agent.
Legal instruments of all descriptions car^
tally executed.
OFFICE-In the Law Office of G«o. W,
' Baker. jyl-tf

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