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^yuVnAY. Al*HIL. ». l»?a ^caiTIhteiXicence^ rMM»ee« io Arrive thle Hernia*. fob kubkka : fljSgr l;f S;.“9 jTo&S (J Sutherland arrivals at alpha : f u n_:.iB O W Little J McBride j g u^octatt J Data 1' LUCAS _ Arrival* and Departure*. Ieeleril*y’i Arrival* t iT tf. L. PRITCHARD’S BTAOK LIISR. ,H Kester JB*"*,®” J llrnwden JIM"*" J Dwyer B Pllroen fe JST l^tuudn. T Laspoyr* Ye»l«rilay'a neparAarr* t ■( V. t. PRITCHARK’B 8T.IOB LIB8. _ . p.„i P Picking II Kilter J. U Sten burn C Cochran ttZT A McDonald S Emery STOCK MfOKT. Sam ¥banowco. April 8. mobriwq no t an. M Orhir-W jj* 87'4 1179 Meiieaa-8* $£*¥*?&&**" ISO Yellow J acket—8 > 81 89/4 jvi lopcrial-8 -SC. 8* 320 KeRluck—18 lid ?0 Con. Vir*inia-AV» 4 <0 4i2'4 451 Au Du dot—• ■Oe 1799 California—01'S 81 81'4 6114*30 i&> Bullion - 491* 47 48 4o'4 3 Seif. Belcher—110 4 V) Overman—4) 11 • 82 83MO 201 J uetioe—MS 1H HO 1111 I’nion Con.—88 «8'4 84) l.ady Bryan-5 4>% 5;4 HO Julia-7 8)4 1 ISO Caledonia-1754 17-4 18 ID Knickerbockor-4 200 illube-l i l 80 llaliiiuore Con.—1.» 8/4 8) Bacon—4% ;0 l'tah-4'i 5 28) S. Hill -11 1014 40 Dayton—i 120 Hock inland—5’i 14i Am-wican r lat -»'% 8 9% ail Dardaniplu*—1414 VO N. V.i on-S 409 Woodvilio—2'»2V4 KTKWl'iO no ARP* Hi Meadow Valley—7 7 ■* jOO ayiuoud A Ely—44 44 4"V4 41 ' 778 Eir.'ka Con.-22,22 4 2V?4 VO Cloche—4'W 4b O 4 20 American Elag— 2'« 2'4 Pi liulniuiil -4 4 * 4*.« 7 4) live Catch—2 * 2'4 2*!0 dill) Prin'ien -4 2:» »>!»> Leonard—0 0/* 10 171 .J.ff araon —7 Hi .Mao.-iheld -7 SO llool'i—20c» I 17!) il. chariot—8'4 1>» Ida El... 4 3?4 7e0 4. ( Ini riot -I‘4 4) d a liogao v —11 I'D Wur Eagle—i-V-4 ■il riilyjr Cord -2 4W I'uunuan 4,5 4^4 HO 0. Hold Hill-2 3181 Andoa -514 i ,» 4 Uiil Well* Earyii—2V 40o 21 North Careen —10a )4W CoMuoiNilitan—<Oo 20 Leviathan—1^4 2 10) Beach x Paiton—1 PW i tio.iTl-1 2'a bW Pioneer—I 'i k li AMVtSNJI KM r. The Hoard of Directors of the K K Consolidated Company has levied an assessment of $1 per sharo on tho cap ital stock of the company, iniyablu bn mediately, and delinquent May 0. Tho announcement of this assessment, the lira! ever levied by the company, has 1*1 to many surmises and reports, none of which, however, seem to he re liable. Di conversation with an nlH ter of the com|>any we learn that the as sessment is made to clear otr a debt of the company and enable it to resumo operations on an extended seale during the present season. For several months in 1874, and thus lar during the present year the furnace leased by thecoiii|ta iv lias lieon idle and tile re turns of the working result during the year 1874 were not sufficient to con duct the works this season in the man Her proposed without the levying of the assessment. During tho stoppage of the furnace the past Winter a force of 30 men lias been kept at work in Ijeinine, prospecting and sinking the ■matt with a result that bids fair io p.ace tlie K K in the front rank ol hasteru Nevada mines, A large body of ore has been struck, and tin'level opmenta made strongly indicate that •unilar bo 1 es of ore, such as are al teady found in neighboring rubles will soon bo brought to light in the Skylark. The management has concluded to P»y the outstanding indebtedness i f thecoinpanv and prosecute the work in* of the mine with the utmost vigor « 'ring the coming season, and hope to supplant the assessment by dividends in the course of the Summer. While the assessment fulls heavily on some of the holders ol the stock, they express tne utmost confidence In the uliima:e success of the mine and intend to hold *n(»xpa -ting to realise a handsome ro .,rn l‘biu the result of the Mummer’s • 'll). •32■ CALICO BALA. The ladies of Mt. James’ Church are *® be complimented on the success at tending their calico ball given last «tr?iga,OW’8 ,,H|- Everything »e?°K..on» ,,,08t harmonious man whirim arr<l8of yArda or calico were the danl“mU^ ‘V" di**y of bettor IX'.4 18 ad es never appeared to lv^adu i'“K8 Umn ln their lasteful Were 100 .CO!’l,,me'’! Kentlemen their oalb.?fiCent w,th ‘he thought that wielr calico ties answered the requlre otiier r«tVu*!,a hall. Ice cream and PojvidSdTmJnentf. W8re Plentlously until long 2rter theLi^*iP?n,?d’ and happy * “As?' njldnight hours the £‘gfe"S£ cSSTr""- - Vb. Eiirelt. •hipped 424oa COIn,’anV triuttwrd’.’fe^^^^lion, by ACt'IAKSTM. Late last night an accident occurred to a parly going to the ball on Ruby Hill, resulting in the severe injury of a young lady named Annie McMasters, and slightly injuring the driver and an other gentleman. They were in a bug gy, and one of the traces becoming un fastened caused the horses to become greatly frightened and to finally upset the buggy, throwing the occupants to the ground and completely wrecking the vehicle. Miss McMasters was very severely injured about the head and shoulders, and was at first sup posed to have been killed outright. She was conveyed to her residence anil Ur. A. 0. Bishop called to attend her, who reports tier injuries severe hut not necessarily fatal. The two others oc cupying the buggy were not badiy injured, escaping witii slight bruises. A party returning from'the ball ear ly yesterday morning also met witii a mishap, and a lady named Mrs. Wll foru was quite severely injured. They were in a buggy, and in driving down the canyon the wheels struck a large stone, causing the lady to be thrown violently from her seat, anil her head, striking oil the ground, received a se vere scalp wound. The other persons in the buggy, Mr. and Mrs. Williams, were uninjuied. Mrs. Wilford was taken to her residence. Her injuries are quite severe. Ur. Williams was summoned to attend tier. After a New Stock.—Jake Cohn, the clothier, left on Wednesday for San Francisco, to purchase his Spring wild Summer stock of clothing. He promises to send an assortment of ready made clothing lo Eureka ilmt will astonish the natives—an endless variety in style and texture, cut in the latest fashion. In the meantime the remnant of the Winter stock has to be sold, in order to make room for the new arrivals. Prices are lower and the clerks busier than ever attending to the wants of the common miblic. Jake lias given up his idea of leaving Eu reka, and intends fighting it out on the line of *'live and let live,” if it takes all .Summer. The new goods will com mence to arrive soon. County Revenue.—The following amounts of money have been paid into the County Treasury by the different officers during this month: On account of general licenses, $l,0'Jl 13; deliu qilenl taxes, $ii2S 83; apportioned as follows: Current Expense FunJ, $20tf 5U; General Fund, $781 Iff; Con tingent Fund, $1H5 2tt; Hospital Fund. $1«.» 2U; Treasurer’s Salary Fund, $>7 55; School Fund, $.if 7<i; State Fond, )2M 41. Tile amounts were appropriaiod to the redemption of cer tificates drawn on the various funds. Returned.—County Assessor J. C. Rowell returned to town ye torday af ternoon, from Mineral Hill, where he has been for the last few days attend ing to his official business in that sec tion. He informs us that the business men ami properly hohFers of tlie dis puted territory are nearly unanimous in their pieferenee for Eureka county, and that tfie Elko Assessor made bn little headway in his attempts to col I eel personal • property and jtoll taxes from the wide-awake people of that region. Musical Treasures.—This is the title of a new niusiotl mont hly, issued simi monthly hy Braincrd's Sons, of Cleavland, Ohio, which promises to secure tlie unrivaled popularity which, from the specimen number now on our tnl>le. it truly merits. J. McO. Scott is agent for the work, w hich can only In obtained by subscri|HiiNi. The “Treas ures" bring within the reach of the poorest lover of music a full selection of first-class music, gotten up in ele ganl style, each part containing six pieces. Ball on Ruby Hill.—The social party, given on Wednesday night at Miners’ Union Hall by Mrs. Will. Coition, passed off in a very pleasant manner. The attendance was large and dancing continued until daylight. Notice to Creditors.—All parties having demands against Frank Retch man are noli tied l>y the trustees to present them immediately at the store of VV. 11. Ciaak for adjustment. Retrieving.—Buel street, again—a hoy—happy father, R. F. Bartlett. Spring street must be heard from shortly. I. C. of R. C.—Star of Hope En campment No. 12, 1. C. of II. C., meets to night. The District, Uiun runtimes its ses sion to-morrow. Euiieka Consolidated 22%. Mrs. Cassidy’s Hall.—VV. II. Swee ny will run coaches to the ball on Ruby Hill to-night, for the accommo dation ol' parties attending. l<’or the bail of Saturday night, a list will be laft at the Nevada Stable for parlies to book tiieir names. apti-lt John McO. Scorr, real estate agent, offers the following properties for sale on easy terms of payment: House and lot, 25x100, on Main street, near Odd Fellows Hall. House and lot, 25x100, on Monroe street; a bargain. House ami lot, 25x100, on North Main street, suitable fora restaurant. Cabin 1214*13* on North Spring street, very cheap. Splendid boarding liou.se, two mites from Eureka, doing business of $3,000 per month. Lot, 25x100, on Main street, near the Turner House. Corner lot, 3714x100, on east side of Main street. First-class lots on O’Neil ave nue. Tw o stores near post office, relit $00 per month. Store on South Main street, near Silver Brick, $50 per month. Blacksmith shop and tools, $50 per month. Hay-yard and corral, $J0 |>er month. ap7 Persons desiring to purchase pianos or organs should not fail to call at the City Drug and Hook Store and exam ine samples of the rich and elegantly finished Met,'amnion pianos and la moils Prince organs, both uneuualed for this altitude and clltue. a2U* The Irrepressible Sweeny:s Liv erIt Stable Notice.—1 have pur chased from the Waist} Brothers their interest in the Nevada Livery Stable. I intend to run it in conjunction with the Dexter Stable, and at either place the public can lie accommodated with the tinest turnouts in the State, also saddle horses, all at reasonable rates. Morses boarded by the day, week or month. Attendants ready at all hours ot the day or night. Money advanced on horses and vehicles. Any person desiring to sell or purchase will al ways find me ready for a trade, who Wm. Sweeny. Still Further Reduction. — We are about ready to close out; now ia the time to buy your medicines. All Ktent medicines sold at cost. We ve on hand glycerine soap, 75 cents per box; pills, 25 cents. We have also a fine assortment of perfumery, soap Gosnel brushes, powder pox, and va rious articles of iierfurmery, too nu mer to mention. Will be sold or given away in the next sixty days. All pat ent medicines at coast. Hickey A Co., mh28 In the Postofflce building. MOCH'N. mh4 Only One Price.—Remember that J. Cohn A Bio. are the first who re duced the pi ice of clothing in Eureka. The selling price of ail goods is plain ly marked upon all the articles. This is the first house that introduced the practice. All others are imitators. Ex amine their stock and you w ill not go away without purchasing. The entire stock must be sold inside of sixty days. _de22-tf* Selling Out.—H. Manheim, of the Corner Jewelry Store, otters his eutire stock of jewelry, watches, diamonds, pistols, etc., for sale at prices lower than ever. lie wants to clean out his stock on hand, and if low prices will do it the articles on hand w ill soon Ire disposed of. fe25 H4M'II‘M. mh4 Dancing Academy.—A grand soiree party every Saturday evening, from 4 until 12 o'clock; and classes for in struction for gentlemen, Monday and Wednesday evenings; instructions for ladies and children, on Wednes day and Saturday afternoons, from 2 o 4 o'clock; on Duel street, at Pro fessor Bach’s dancing academy. f25tf* _ Read This.- VVe are closing out our stock ot Drugs and Patent Medicines, Fancy Articles and Stationery at San Francitco coat. (Jive us a call at tha Postoffice building. Everything fig tired down to tiie lowest notch. The finest quality of Ray Bum for $1 a bot tle and everything reduced in propor tion. Pills 25 cents per ls>x. d27*t Hickey A Co. To the Public.—In addition to our splen lid assortment of one hundred dillerent kinds of candies, we this day otter tiie very best qualities of all kinds of nuts and Ortgon upples lo the families of Eureka, and tot lie pub lic in general. We shall endeavor to keep on hand a supply of the finest fruits, nuts, etc. Please give us a call, and examine our stock, at the Indian Queen Cigar and Stationery Store. mli7-liu Levin'A Simon. not il'M. mhJ Coae On..—If you want genuine De voe’s oil—Uie only reliable non-explos ive oil in the market—go to 1). Man iieiin’s. lie received 200 cases yester day. It Is the best and cheapest oil in die country. jal5U To write fine letters, to smoke fine Havanas, to chew fine tobacco, and lo eat fine candies, one and all limy call at the Indian Queen Cigar Store, next door to Dr. I,ukins, and their wishes will be gratified. nl3tf “Sea Foam is warranted to make l»etter, lighter, healthier, sweeter, more toothsome, and more digestible and nutritious bread, biscuits, cakes, pud dings, etc., than can be made any oili er way.” For sale at Taylor’s. mh25 ForSai.k.—We have just received a lot of first-class work-horses, wagons and harness, for sale cheap; also an A No. 1 buggy team. ap7tf Bishop A Carpenter. All. watch work in the best satisfac tory manner done In J. Straus’ jew elry store, by Leon Nordman, the watchmaker and jeweler, at the Ex press office, Eureka. mh7 - MOCH'N. mh4 For New York walking shoes and all other kindsof good boots and shoes, go to Dunkel A Co.’s, corner of Main and Clark streets. DiylU For a complete assortment of tin ware, parlor and cooking stoves, or any article in tiie hardware liue, go to Maupin A Cromer’s. t27 nvi ii n< nun A full supply of cigars of all grades for sale at 11. MiuihcimV. They will be disposed of at 25 per cent, below Sau Francisco cost. felCtf Just Received—A complete stock of boots and shoes, at M urphy's, Main street. my8 Why use an interior article for mak ing bread when von can get the White Lilly ltuking Powder at Taylor's? mli'JS REAL ESTATE, Insurance, Collecting: —AND— General Bnaineaa Agency Office, First Door North ol the Turner Roust, Main street. Houses and lots to lent and for sale in all parts of Eureka. Splendid property in San Francisco, Oak land. Alameda and otbof points of California, or sale cheap, on tht installment plan. l aitios having real estate to sell will lind ready buyers by leaving a de-cription of he same at my office, with lowest cash price. Collecting or notes, bills, etc., a specialty. Liberal advances uindc on active accounts, al-lmlf JOHN Mctf. bUUTT, Agent. PRINTING. P L A I 35T t I I % , ' j ORNAMENTAL PRINTING, Of Brtrj Description, Executed with neatness and dispatch THE SENTINEL OFFICE. TUB SENTINEL OFFICE Ii prepared to furaieh CARDS, BLINK BOOKS, BILL HEADS, LETTER HEADS, MIHIXG BLANKS, RECEIPT CERTIFICATES, PROGRAMMES, ETC.. ETC.. In the Highest Style of the Art. REMOVED! REMOVED! REMOVED! V.CHIUDA&BRO. HAVE REMOVED Two Doora Above the Parker Houae, WHERE THEY WILL CARRY OX A general FAMILY GROCERY STORE! They are in daily receipt of CALIFORNIA v tob.1 AUJ.KS, r 1,0ns. Etc., whiuh they will tell at living each price*. BufcCT-lf OFUCIAL. IHIH3R | ^2§ j ** t?3 : 3S | OB 5 a. I H e c : Lr -t 2. • ► >.S : hri 5 ! S S tfi i I f'll § I 3" * 2 ► Hi__J *g ^rl Ir£ 3 e' i H 3® a giSSSl-N. 2 S ±o cc * *i<5R^i.®55;*i 3 S *T* M ygsigygggsg'ga?r_? 0 £s 1111 a'S- Uis * li Sftiah : SSSSS! ir, * £ d — 5;-—-— a m h acje —» 50; —* ? 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Unpaid allowance! on G.neral F und. $19,903 #1 Unpaid allowances on Contingent .Fund. 12.278 41 Unpaid allowances on Hospital Fund... 2.557 B2 Outstanding bonds. 20,000 00 Total. $51,734 07 Amount applicable to liquidation of same. 1,212 08 Total debt of coanty, April 8,1875, $53,522 50 Kinle of Nevada, I „ County of Kureka. ( * We horeby cortify the foregoing to be a correct statement of the condition of the County Hnnnces up to and including date. It. L. CIIA.SK, County Auditor. W. A. MONTGOMERY. Treasurer, by U. it. Immkb, Deputy Treasurer, Aprils, 1875. »|Si REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. A DWELLING-HOUSE, on North Spring st.. containing three rooms and cellar. Frlee. 8300 OO. A DWELLING-HOUSE, on South Spring street.containing four rooms.all furnished. Frlee. 8800 OO. DWELLING-HOUSE, on Duel street, con taining throe rooms and cellar. Frlee, 8I.000 oo. A DWELLING-HOUSE, on South Spring street, centainiug four rooms and cellar. Fr.ee, 8»oo 00. A DWELLING-HOUSE, on El Dorado street, containing four rooms. Friee. 8t*00. HOUSE AND LOT, on the southwest corner of Main and Mineral streets. Frite, 8800. DWELLING-HOUSE, on South Spring street; four rooms nicely furni-hed; a good yard and collar uttuchou to the premises. FOc K GOOD LOCATIONS on Main streot; suitable for stores, etc. ONE PIANO, in good order. Frlee, 8250 OO. SINGER SEWING MACHINES sold by installments; payable monthly. Also, Tuck ers, Rufflers, braiders, Needles, etc., etc. Also Agent lor the Equitable Life Insur ance Company, and Agent for all Fire in surance Companies doing business on the 1 o citicCoait. For particulars of the above, apply to E. b. Mil.I.Ed, Agent ft-n)h31-tf Office with W. b. iiarrub. Notice to Shippers! QN AND AFTER APRIL 10th 1875, THE BATES OF FREIGHT FROM PALISADE TO EUREKA -WILL BE I 1-4 CENT8 PER POUND. E. A P. R. r. Co. GEO. COWLES, Agent. _mh2t)-tf_ ADOLPHUS RUDESir, PIANIST, WILL REPAIR AND TUNE PIANOS — AT — Short Notice and Moderate Prices. Having had extkn. rive experience in this country und Europe, I feci con* Icandouiy wo kin a sutislaet ory manner for hose der-iring my services. Leave Orders* at the Keatlnel OUiee. _ mbl-lui OX TEAMS WANTED ! Ox Teams are Wanted 1AOK HAULING mo 0 FEET OF LI Mi 1? bur per m nth, com ucncing Hie tir«i .uiyoi May uno to continue until Deceuibei Brut. rnVi'y* 4BO, W. LAMOUHEFX. MISCELLANEOUS. Meyers & Franklin’s EMPORIUM.v . r Prices Down! Prices Down I EVERY ARTICLE FOR SALE HARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES! DRESS GOODS, SHAWLS, CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES. C all and See for Yourselves! ME YES A FRANKLIN, mh7-tf MAIN STREET. EUKEKA. GRAND CLEARING SALE! FOR THE NEXT a O DAYS The Excitement Will be -AT 0. DIXKEL & CO S STORE, Corner of Main and Clark Streets, Eureka, Nevada. Where there will be a (Jrand Clearing Sale -OF Dry Goods and Clothing! To Make Room for the Spring Importation. mh l~tf_ SAN FRANCISCO STORE! Main St., relow the Parker House. JOHN SHINDLER, - • PROPRIETOR. SELLING OUT AT A GREAT SACUI fice, my entire stock of GENTS’ Clothing and Furnishing,Gdods. Tho sale is imperative—to make Tobm for the immense stock of Summer Goods, now ready for shipment in New York and San Francisco, «nu to arrive bure'in thirty days To insure this 1 will sell For Lest than San Francisco Cost. The LADIES’ DEPARTMENT must also be closed out. Prices no object. , French merinos at 75 cents per yard and everythin* else in proportion. ‘ The goods 10 arrive are the choice from the best importing houses of New York and San Francisco and wero selected with great care by tbe most competent judges. 1 would especially invite the lades of Eure ka to call and convince th"inelves of the tre mendous sacrifice at which I am selling all the good!, in their department. ui»ni-tf JOHN SIiys'DLER. JUST ARRIVED AT J. STKAU S’ JEWELRY EMPORIUM. Iu Well*, Forgo A «’«•* Building, Main street, Eureka^ HUGUENINEN’S STOP-WATCH. GOLD STAR watch, V. HOW ARD .V- CD’S watch, INTERNA-jpli T10NAL watch, J. ST0HDAR1 Cafc watch, PACIFIC watch, T\ ALTD AM wa'ch, and Ei.ULN watch. nili7-t;-.p J. STRAUS, Jeweler. To the Unfortunate. NEW REMEDIES! NEW REMEDIES! DR. CIBBON’S DISPEN SARY, NU. «« KEARNY ST., corner of Commercial, San Fran cisco. Private entrance on Com _ mercial street. Established ia imI, for the treatment of Sexual and Seminal Diseases,such asGonorrh'ea, Gleet,Stricture, Syphilis in all its forms, Seminul Weakness. Impotency, etc. etc. Skin diseases of years* standing, and Ulcerated Legs, etc., successful ly treated. DR. GIBBON has tho pleasure of announ ing that he has returned from visiting tha principal hospitals of Europe, and has re sumed practice. Tho Doctor has spared neither time nor m< ney in seeking out new remedies, and has returned with increased facilities for the all*, viation of human suffering. Seminal Weakness. Seminal emission is tho consequence of self ubuso. This solitary vice, or depraved sexuai indulgence, is practiced by the youth of both sexes to un almost unlimited extent, produo ing with unerring certainty tho (allowing train of morbid symptoms, unless combated by scientific modtcal measures, viz.: Sallow countenance, dark spots under the eyes, pain in the head, ringing in the ears, noise like the rustling of leaves or rattling of chariots, un easiness ubout the loins, weakness of the limbs, confused vision, blunted intellect, loss of confidence, diftideneo in approaching stran 5ors, a dislike to form new acquaintances, a isposition to shun society, loss of memory1 Iiiuiples and various aruptiuns about the face, lectic flushes, furred tongue, foetid breath* coughs, consumption, night sweats, monoma nia, and frequently insanity. _ if relief be not obtained, you should applj immediately, ei ther in person or by letter, and have a cure effected by liis new and _ scientific mode of treating this disease, which never fails ot effecting a quick apd radical cure. t'lireil at Home. Persons at a distance may be CURED AT HOME, by addressing a letter to D11. G1B ItuN, stating case, symptoms, length ot time tho disease has continued, and have medicine promptly forwarded, free from damage and curiosity, to any part of the country, with full and plain directions for ipso, By inclosing Ten Dollars coin in a rogis. tored loiter through tho Pvstofliee, or through Wells, Fargo A Co’s, a package ot medicine will be forwarded to any part of tho Union. , Persons writing to tho Doctor will please state the name of the paper they see this ad* vertisement in. All communications strictly confidential. Address DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box 1057, San Francisco. California. __jyl-lv__ NOTICE. Having purchased the well. known saloon at the cornel ot, Main and Ruleman streets, heretofore own d by M. Walsh the propri ter will on pleased to meet his many friends to test! his superior stock id' liquors, wines and cigars. Call and .teat, the hospitalities of ■ Ie28-tf ED. LOONY.