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NO. 122
eureka daily sentinel.
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CASSIDY & SKII.LMAN.
A. 8KIU.MAE. CEO. W. CA88IPT.
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So papers forwarded until paid for.
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in tM. it. m r.i nti.iuii.it..•>•*«
It. ||. iKI VielilN.c»r «l»
OH AS. ' HANK, at N 328 Montitouirry
s rcet, Room No. 10 Safo Deposit 1, tiM
inK, is Sole A Root for the Eureka Daily
Kextinkl in >an Francisco. Persons in that
,lty h , vine business with this office are n
n ,a«tiei to communicate with him.
(1 M SNYDER i- authorised to receive sub
si'riiition- tor the Sextihei. and collect fur
tissaino in thi» town. All person* in Eu
reka owinit lor subscriptions will make
payment tohim. __
EUREKA AND CALIFORNIA
LIMBER COMPANY.
South Main Stroet, Eureka
Nevada and California
LUM13EH
OF ALL KIN DS.
Redwood, Oregon and Sugar Pint
MINING TIMBERS
Building Lumber!
A complete assortment of
Clear & Dressed Lumber, Flooring,
Siding, Rustic and other
STYLES OF SIDING, MOULDING,
Lath, Stineles. Doors,
Sash and Blinds, etc., always on
11a *'d.
EVERYTHING AT THE LOWEST CASH
HATES.
d7ti C. A I.. C O.
MRS. M. A. ASHIM
\%7 ILL SHI L. f T GREATLY REDUCED
>» l'KiCRS.
for cash,
Her entire Stock of Goods consisting of
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
GLASS tAr ARE,
CROCKERY,
CHINAWARE
WCOOE --WARE,
WILLOW-WARE,
In fact, EVERYTHING ON RANH. Tiie
best stock of
FA MI I,Y
(; It OCFRIES
IN EUREKA!
Eureka. October 1*1, 1*77. oHtf
MIR A r«fl JOHN BOM.
VV boletale ami Retail Dealer in
STAl’LE AND FANCY
GItOCEKIES
Provisions
Butter and Eggs a Specialty.
CiiicHgo lltim « niiiI ItroitklMHl llarou,
sugar cured, always unhand.
••“Three doors north of Clark street, on
Main street. aidtf
A. KRAUS,
Merchant 'X’uilor,
In Murphy’s building, oppo-ite 1 axton A Co’s
Rank,
ElKLKA, \i:VAI>A.
TIE HAS TIIK II FA VI
4 * csi stuck in ’he luarKet.
Suits hi h >i e to or ier on short no tine, and
P r ect wan,-fuc turn guaranteed.
Cleaning uml Repairing Pour Promptly.
Will Allots RE A SON A BLE.
Eureka. Oct 20.1*77, o21-tf
PIONEER
Barber Shop & Bath House,
Wr»t door nt.rth of th>‘ Pioneer Reataurant.
N irth Ma>" stroet. Eureka.
THE UNHERS’.GNKD, HAVING RE
4 e°ntly openeu the a be Ae eMtablisnment
o ors bis profeMsional *orvii es u all who
Si?*"0 a flrit-class nhyHio£iionii , liAIR
Hn astatic SI I A V E.
fi0cent8^a'r cents. Shampooing
K Connected with the estab.
^STT'' Hshment are several neat and
V a at IT 1 ’ W11 v* t Rath Rooms, when
CohTwnr *-^1 the most desirable Ilot or
Id Baths can be bad at all times.
BATHS. 50 CUNTS.
A share of public patronage is solicted,
James m. m. moody, Prop’i.
BHROOPR, HL’UH MC’rRtm.
SHROUFE & McCRUM,
Supcenors to J. M. Qoewey Jk Co.,
Importers of Liquors,
KENTUCKY WH SKIES, Etc.
,,M' »«'l In lion I Hit.,
Francisco, : : : California
mrStf
misckUjA SKons
J. STRAUS,
M PIONEER jffl
Watchmaker and Jeweler!
GOLD AND SILVER
WATCHES,
JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SPECTACLES,
Ke., always on hand, and for sale ‘2'» per
cent- lens than ban lrancisco whole ale
price-.
V» ..’ohe and Jewelry Repaired and War
ranted.
J. STRATS.
Eureka. March 1*1,1878. mo 11 rf
POSTOFFICE
NEWS DEPOT!
f HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE
1 and varied assortment of
Blank Books and Stationery,
LAW PAPER AND BLANKS.
THE HEWS DEPOT
Will tit all times be supplied with the latest
Magazines, and Fashion, Sporting
and Literary Papers.
COK. WILSON.
Fureka, March P. 1*7*. »■1 1t ■*
S. PHILLIPS,
I MaIN STREET, : : : : : EUREKA
Keeps the finest article of
Cigar* ever sold in hi* market, cod
"i ti g iu part ol the following brands:
Almos,
Ei Key del Dlundo,
Lai Dos Amigos,
Carolinas,
Boquet,
Villars,
I have tome very choico Dome-tic Cigars,
which I retail at
om: HIT!
ALL KINDS OF TOBACCOS
My stock i- entirely r«* w, and I invite th
pub ic to call an l examine the goods before
purchasing elsewh r**.
hur k», Nuv 5, 1*77. nft-tf
John W. Lambert,
Dealer in all kinds of
(» rocei'ies,
Provisions,
Clol liiiiy.
Hoots & Shoes,
Wines, Liquors &
Cigars,
And all Articles usually found at a First
cla « Country Store.
New Goods being received daily,
And sold at a* low prices ax in Kureka.
(all it ii 11 examine my Muck.
Hubv Hill. Nov. 14. 1*77. nlVtf
STOCKS.
'I'HK UNDEMS1UNI .) IS PREPARED
1. to purchase and sell
M 1 > I ><« SloritS
on commission. All orders promptly filled
San Francisco Brokers*
J. K. S. Latham
—AMD—
Homer S. King.
Being .gent for leading l ire In-urance
Companion, 1 am nrei ai i>d to I'ornifh relia
ble indttir.nity on good risk* at living rates.
I itliee : at VV oils, kargo X Cob.
dltf ha VIM, fTMiPER.
Kill* EKA,
HAMILTON and 1’IOCHE
STAGE LINE.
U11 mer A (SHliilmry, Proprietor*.
poNNECTING WITH THE EUREKA
Vv and i^ali^ude Railroad.
Leaves Eureka for Hamilton every morning
ir 7 o’clock.
Leaves Hamilton for Piocbe every alternate
lay, Sundays included,
i.eaves Hamilton tor Eureka every day.
Leaves Piocbe tor Hamilton and Eureka
very alternate day, ut # a. m,, Sundays in
iduded.
Carrying II. S. .Mail and Wells, Fargo Jk Co’s
Express.
Fine American horses and new Concord
roaches.
Omce at Walla, Fargo I mri vtf
EUREKA, TYBO AND BELMONT
DAILY
STAGE L I IV E
I EAVES EURKK A DAILY (SUNDAYS
1 j excepted), at o o’clock a. m., • it and after
Monday. Apr 1 I. I“7S. and will arrive at
Eureka daily (Sundays exc-pted) at 8 o’clock
\ n.
Runs through to Tybo and Belmont with
I niteil KlHtes .Mail ami Wells, l'»r>
Ko A (e ik l,x|iresN,
Without lay-over.
Fine horses, Concord coached, experienced
Irivors, and excellent accommodations.
Eureka office at Wells, l argo A Co’s office.
W. C. R EVE A L, Superintendent.
SAM’L COOLER, Agent at Luroka.
mhwW tf
MIHVELLA NEOUlS.
CITY DRUG
HOOK STORE,
DU. It. EAZET, Prop’r.,
Three Doors above Paxton <& Co's Dank,
MAIN STREET,
Eureka, Nevada.
JT WILL BE MY ENDEAVOR TO KEEP
A First-Class Drug Store,
In all its branches.
I* e r 1* xi m e x* y ,
TOILET ARTICLES, ETC.
A full and complete line of
STATIONERY
AN EXPERIENCED DRUGGIST will
Compound all Prescription*.
Pr«i*i ripMon* compounded at all hours of
the day and night.
Ml. lx. HAZET—Office: Up-stairs in Mona
co’s building. mhlotf
T II E
EUREKA AND PALISADE
n allroad!
NEW ARRAN CEMENTS!
qN AND AFTER NOVEMBER5th, 187T,
A FAST TRAIN
WILL RUN FOR
Passengers Mails and Express
ONLY, AND WILL
Leave Eureka daily at. 5:30*. m
Arrive at i’ah>aie at.10:00 a. H.
Making connection with
East and West Bound Trains of the
Central Paeific Railroad.
Itctu riiiup:
Leaves Palisade daily at. 4:00 p. m.
Arrives at Eureka at. 8:30 p.m.
I rri^til ami Accommodation Train:
Leaves Eureka daily at. H:00i m.
\rrives at Palisade at. 3:15 p. m.
L *ave« Palisade daily at. 7:1 > a. m.
Arrives at Eureka at.. 5:20 p. m.
THE COMPANY
WILL DELIVER FREIGHT TO
Hamilton,
Ward,
Pioche,
Tybo,
Belmont,
AND ALL POINTS SOUTH,
By it* teams, with care and dispatch and at
the lowest rates.
n'Jtf P. K1I.KTN, ileiieral Kup'l.
CALIFORNIA MARKET.
TWO DOORS SOUTH OF THE COURT
HOUSE, MAIN STREET, EUREKA.
COLL Ol 1CONEV, Prop’rs.
THE FINEST QUALITIES OP
BEEF, MUTTON,
PORK, SAUSAGE, HEAD-CHEESE, ETC.,
Constantly on hand.
Fresh, Fat and Juicy Meats,
•>f all description*, the best in the land, and
cheaper than the cheapest,
At UliultMitlc mill It.-tail.
fi«i~(iivo us a call.
Eureka, March 1, 1878. mh2tf
300 CORDS
OF FIRST-CLASS
Pine and Mahogany Wood
3POR. SALE!
In <liiaiiliti<‘N la Suit PiircbaMerN,
'IM1E WOOD WILL HE DELIVERED TO
1 mv part «ftownv Dray and driver can
bo fo n I at I lank k main's Corner, or at
Moore Bros’ Stable.
II. BISHOP.
Eureka, Feb. 9, 1978. flOtf
mat iblva irmua.
FINE JEWELRY!
I _
P. STELER,
WATCHMAKER
—AND—
J E W E^ER,
Keeps constantly on hand a
well ge acted stock of fi-.e Diamonds,
Gold and Silver V\ atcbes and Chains, tine
Jewelry, Silverware,
AND CLOCKS,
Pebble and l oncave Ey e-Glauses,
Which h«» offer* to sell at TWENTY-FIVE
PER CENT. LESS than any other house.
Please call »r his store, one door south "f
S. Ashim A Pro’s, and examine my tnagsifi
cent stock of goods bcfoie purchasing else
where.
No trouble te show goods. Prices to suit
th*1 times.
AH of the above he guarantee* 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 mad<
to order, and jewelry neatly repaired.
All orders from the country promptly at
tenued to. P. STELKK.
Eureka, Jan. 2. 1877,_jy3-tf
CITY PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY.
Oq South Main street. Eureka. Nevada.
PHOTOGRAPHS! PHOTOGRAPHS!
_if HAVING THE BEST
JGallery in the
^trtte, and having had a
AffiL?rffAkJ&l i ' - ftt.d an unir te rug ted
^ practice in the Photograph
ic bu.-uicfrs, 1 am able to produce the truest
and the
IVXOST LIFELIKE PICTURES
to be obtained in Tnis State. All my work is
warranted for permanency, style and fine
finish.
Enl irgcment* reproduced from the small
est >i imaturrs to the lift-s'/.e picture, equal
to any of the best reputed houses K *st or
W cst.
I p»yon l-'iniali KiilargomcntH a
specialty! also Water Color, Porcelain
i’hute-t'hroine, and all others too numerous
to mention.
All negatives are carefully retouched and
; reserved ore year ror future orders.
L«"d'i< vtONAt‘‘», Pho ographer.
Eureka, December 2 . 1877._d22tf.
V. UHL,
PRACTICAL BOOTMAKER,
TNext door to D. Lund bom’s Assay office.l
f |'II K BEST l»F
1 B )OTS made at this
• stabllshment and good
fits guaranteed.
itegmiring Neatly bone, and uu
Short Notice.
The best of workman employed.
Eureka, May 29. 1877, myRO-tf
t
BATHS! BATHS!
REOPENING OF THE BATHING
ROOMS ON SPRING STREET.
rrllH ESTABLISHMENT HAS JUST
1 r>een thoroughly overhauled and reno
vated, and ia now ready for business
ON WEDNESDAYS AND SUNDAYS,
'rom8 o’clock A. M. to 7 o’clock P. M. The
oest of attention will bo given to those pat
ronizing the establishment.
C. C. SPINKS.
Eureka, A lurch 18 1878. mhfof
PROSPECT MOUNTAIN
Tunnel Company.
VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, IN PUR
^.1 suunce < f an ord- r of the Bo lrd of Trus
tees of the Prospect Mount «in funnel C«» *
panv, that scal d proposals will be received
at the office of sun! Cora any. in Eureka.
Nevuda, i'p to and ir eluding the NINTH
DAY <if MAY, A D. Ih78, it 12 . ’clock m ,
f r running on * thousand (1,000) or fifteen
h .netrod (1, 00) feet of the tunnel o said
Company, on th- wo«t side of Prospect
Mountain, Eureka Mining District, Nevada,
c unmenerr g at the e d of the present t n
n I, six h indr d and fifty (&>0 feet from *he
mourh. Contractors to use Burleigh nr other
machine dril s, and to furnish, at their own
cost, all necessary appliances. 1 he Board
r *erv the r'ght t>< reject any and all bid*.
Size of t nm 1. U x4‘* loot, cor further or
any information n luting to sa d work, ad
dress YY. H. DA YEN PO »T,
Secretary.
apl2td Eureka, Eureka Conn y.Nevada.
BLACKSMITH7
WAGON AND SHOEING SHOP !
ii T UK l X D E R S 1G N E I)
bog leave to inform th11
I bIic that he i* now prepared
to ho ALL K 1N L)cS Oh W uRK
tu tho above line, witu neatness and dispatch
All Work Done at Greatly Reduced
Prices, and Warranted
To be as good as the best,
HENRY ZOTTMAN,
Eureka, Jan. 14,1877. jyl5ir
NOTICE^
During my absence int caltfor
nialor m lew weeks, Mr. A. 1). Quantrell
will utt nd to all mutters pertaining to my
carpentering business.
T. R. P. DIMnCK.
Eureka, March 19, 1878. mh20if
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
i 'lUli: COI’AKTN KKSHIP IIETWEEN
j 1 1.arsine' & Daily h .s boon dissolved by
mutual consent.
C. J. LANSING.
r>AV. E. DAILY.
I Euroka, Nev., March'26, 1S78. mh31
MISCEU.A NEO US.
BY THE CAR - LOAD!
FURNITURE!
FURNITURE.
W. P. IIISKELL & to.
MAIN STREET, - - EUREKA
NOW ARRIVING
-FROM
Eastern Manufacturers!
On Account 'of Removal to a More
Commodious Store We
will Sell at
-FOR
Tliirty Days
W. P. HASKELL & CO.
Eureka, April 13, 1878. ApH-lm
GRAND BANKRUPT SALE.
r.nn PAIRS CASSIMERE PANTS, from
JUU $2 50 to $5;
200 complete CA-5SIMERE SUITS, from
57 50 to $15 per suit.
The undersigned, having been appointed
Assignee of the late firm ot T. Iiabolman &
Co., Wadsworth* will
SELL THE ENTIRE STOCK
Regardless of Cost!
As the goods must be sold, at the store for
merly occupied by M. Davids, on Main street,
Two Doors above the Parker House.
I'art of Hie Mtock Has Arrived, and
i ready f r inspection. Come early and se
cure goods at half tbeir actual value.
L. BaNNEU, Assignee.
Eureka, April 3. 1878. aiT-tf
MARK MOORE!
A Bay Stallion, 16 Hands and 3
Inches.
FOALED IX 1*8!), GOT BY
George Moore, out of Molly Music,
____ 'or, better known as Sadie Franklin.
Wilt make the season of 1878 at Wihiam
Horton’s Ranch, on Duck Creek, White i ine
county, Nevada,
Monday, liiemlny and Wednesday
• of »• ach Week ;
At Sam. Moosier’s Ranch, Steptoe Valley,
White Fine county,
Iliu rail ay, Friday. Saturday And
Sunday of Facki Week.
TERMS.#30 00.
The season to commence May 1, 1878, and
ends August 1, 1878.
Mares no* proving in foal can be returned
the next season free of charge, Good pas
ture and care for mares s nt to either place.
Accidents apd escapes at the risk of the own
ers. both pastures well inclosed.
ap21-3ra T. B&TEWART.
James Hayes & Pettingill,
HORSE SHOERS!
HAVING RENTED TnE
Shoeing department of H. Zott
m m*s shop, wo nre now pro
frWfc-,1, ihTZaa^ pared to give our entire atten
tion to
Heavy and Light Horse Shoeing.
Special attention given to driving and
running horses.
Prices to suit the times.
Eureka, April 28, 1878. op24tf
IliUAL BLANKS OF ALL DESCK.IP
i tions, printed to order at the SENT IN EL
othce*
PROFESSIONAL.
D A V . E , B A I L Y ,
Attorney at law. office over
Clark’* Store, Eureka, Nevada, corner
of Main and Clark streets.
Eureka, April 20.18'8._ ap21-tf
DR. O. H. THOMA,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICE
on Buel street, opposite the Skhtihil
office.__ o2S-tf
DR. A. C. BISHOP,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON*
Office on M ain street, opposite Paxton A
Co’s Bank. Eureka. (16tf
DR. M. ROCKMAN,
PHYSICIAN. SURGEON,ACCOUCHEUR,
Oculist and Aurist. Office under the
American Hotel, Clark street. Eureka, Nev,
Eureka, January 22, 1878. jy28tf
DR. J. R. N, OWEN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, EUREKA,
Nevada. Office in Clark's building,cor
ner of Main and Clark streets. jyl7tf
DR. JAMES WILLIAMS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE
on Main street, next door south of ther
Parker llouee.
Eureka, May 24,1877. my2&-tf
A. M. HILLHOUSE,
A TTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE IN
the Odd Fellows’ Building, up stairs.
Rooms 1 and 2, Eureka. Nevada. iyl
GEO. W. MERRILL,
Attorney at law, district
Attorney for Eureka county, and No
tary Public.
Office in Hyland’s Brick Building. o28tf
w. h! davenport,
Attorney at law. office IN
the Masonic Building, up stairs, cor
ner Main and Clark sts., Eureka, Nev. jyl
CRITTESDKS THORXTOX. THOB. WRIM
WREN <fc THORNTON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Main Street, Eureka. Nevada.
6-tf
G. W. BAKER.
Attorney at i.aw i.vn
NOTARY PUBLIC. Office in Dick
Hyland's Brick Building, Baton • a street.
Eureka Nevada. ial4
VV. A. EDWARDS,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND DEPUTY U.
S. Mineral Surveyor. All orders
promply attended to.
Special attention given to under-ground
work. da-tf
THOMAS J. READ,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND U. A DEP
uty Mineral Surveyor. Office in Ry
land’s Brick Building, on the corner of Buel
and Bateman streets, up stairs. myl4
C. J. LANSING,
Attorney at law. once over
Clark’s store, Eureka Ner., corner o{
Main and Clark streets.
Eureka, March ad, 187S. mh31-tf
R. It. Bk'ATTY. TH03. LASFKTBI.
LAhPEYRE <k BEATTY,
Attorneys and
COUNSELORS AT LAW.
Office in Hyland’s brick building, Bateman
street, opposite the Jackson House, Eureka,
N evade. j yStf
A. B. HUNT,
Attorney and counselor at
Lav, 309 Montgomery street, Rooms 63
•and 66, Nevada Block, San Francisco, Cali*
tornia. jaia
C. HAMILTON, D. D. S„
Dentis r. rooms over
Bigelow’s Hall, corner of
Burl and Bateman streets.
Eureka. Dee. 14, 1877. dl5-tf
T. J. MAUPIN,
Notary public.-office, main
street, next door to J. Straus’ Jewelry
Store
Eureka, April 7,1877. ap8*tf
FOR _SALE!
THAT PROPERTY, sit
uated on Ruby Hill, known
as “ Mrs. Karanaugh’s
Boarding House,” will be
sold at a bargain for cash.
The house Ihb lately been refurnished and
nut in splendid order; has ample accommo
dations (or one hundred boarders and forty
lodgers, and has been doing a cash business
of $3,500 per month.
For further particulars, inquire on tha
premises of
MRS. M. DELHANTY.
Ruby HiII, February 1, 1878._fitf
Rare Chance for Investment.
FOR SALE !
«£ THE LOT AND BUILDING NOW
: jj] occupied by Kasten’s saloon, on
j North Main street. This is one of
[lil the best business locations in Eureka.
As I intend to close out all of iny business
here, I nff-r this property for sale.
For particulars, apply at the store.
D. MAN HEIM.
Eureka. March 19,1878.mh20tf
For Sale.
Idttfc A HOUSE AND LOT ON SPRING
■II;jjl street, centrally situated. If pr.
Hg I t'erred, the furniture will be sold with
it. For particulars, apply at thia
Eureka, April 12. 1878._ap!3tf
For Kent.
TWO LARGE COMFORTABLE Awk
rooms, hu if able for an office, or a g|!f|
store, can be rented cheap if applica- r *'J1
tion is made immediately, at
MRS. M. A. ASHIM’S.
Eureka. January 12, 1878,_i!3-tf
TO LET.
A LODGING HOUSE, WITH It
rooms ui> stairs, over the New York
Store. Inquire of
J. L. HINCKLEY.
At the Parker House.
Eureka, April V 1878.ap6-lo
NOTICE.
During my temporary absenc*
in New York, Mr. JULIUS LESSER
will attend to my business.
VVM. WERMUTH.
Kureka. March S, 1S78.mhltf
JOB PAINTING OF AU BUM
A SimlALY

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