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EDBEEA DAILY SENTINEL.
"1VKI>NJ«I>AY, MAY 17, 1876. STOCK REPORT. .Sab K«Ai«ii*no* May Id. w< rranciico Stock K*cti»i«*«. aoaviko hoa bo. it£2SS3**"‘mM |i‘fTir«inU-7U%73*74 SfuioANorc^Oldtia* 82'4 §5 imperial-’* 514 ![*"hS-W.W5»'4'5S« jill belcher- M 21M *! li^rra'Nevada-Id* 10* Id* 1014 iT»*h—28% 21% 21 g ^hmtuer-l» «* 20 * 20* 3 Bullion- 4d 180 Overman—80 I'1' Sstf-feT*:* 485 inion Con.—12 * 12* 12* ‘SudrUrJat-l^ 1*1* «jtl*-ll-l* n* 11* kvkkiro board. SI M^.l-a.ler-l •’W, KiifekAt'in.—li* 11* 225 JrA*0;-4 ' 4 igil'PJoradoSouth-50o a» Trawian-l* ;ni Belmont-2*» 2,4 5« Lwiwrd—•> |7» (lila-17 >c JOII Jc-fforaon-W 4c 50 North >rn ltd e~30 “j ho Panther— 1% ji© lluMey—«0c Mi Tybo-ll* 114 650 tlen. 1 homa»-l* jfiO Golden Chariot - «bdO 2 *— % 100 t’oaot'on.—;"*c oo Knickerbocker— *wc oJHc Xi\ llaltiini»re ,on - 2 k \:V) Silver Hill- # JM0 t'b»iIlenif4 ]6) llayt.io-d1* « e Ji Hock 1’land 2'4 1W N. Y. 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I Conohorg Mr. J K buff' A daugh IV Wilder l-r ohn McUreor .lebn X Marlin I’krsonai,.—Thus. Wren lcf* on this inruing's train for the Hast. lie is a .legate to the Republican National (invention, which meets at Cincinnati i n the loth proximo, lie will also ike in the centennial, smi will probn >iv continue hi. journey a. far a. New j fork ami It i.tnn. lb* expect, to ro am to liureka about thw middle of! lit v. M. I). ho ley Hccooipanic. Mr. I IVran, slid expect, to return about the Millie lime. J. M. Riillrnde Slid wife, of Hamd en, were in town yesterday, and leli ! on till, morning’, train. Mr., licit-I rude is going Hast on a vi.it to I er rel ! itive., and Jake Is going to Naucellto. California, wliere lie will engage in the liverv buHiini... Adams IIili..—The shaft nt the Wide 'Vest mine, which belongs to the Ad am. Hill Con.olidated Company, i. •wing timbered preparatory to letting a contract for sinking a depth of lino feat below the i’oo foot level. The coin pany intends to prosecute n| erution. vigorously during the summer, work |**H a laiger force than ever before. 1 here is a large amount of first class Main night, and with the better Iscil masfor working, when the shall shall bav.attained the proposed depth, it is slwistcertain that most satisfactory result! win bo obtained. The its.es. nient which was recently levied was lor the purpose of putting the mine in good working condition, and is probn 1 o , **'1 Ode »liicli t bo stockholders will bo called upon to pay. h°V Killrd.—The following was "numg our last night's San Francisco dispatches. The mother of the boy Mho was killed is Jennie Perkins, , 11 formerly lived in Austin and ul J«#ards in Montana and Salt Lake Willi* Perkins, n boy 14 years old, ot and killed last night, by tile Jwidental discharge of a pistol in the a friend, who was using it ms i 8a,nan with whom lie had . "fo 11 dilUculty, The accident irred hi the presence of tiie hoy's on the door of her own house insli street, near Stockton, llmiry arm <,,n!u,^■ who held the pistol, was •fronted and locked up. Arm Uudkkn.—Henry W. Averlll •" thrown from his horse in Dia •Road 'alley day before yesterday, and «b£n|0!"V.!1 Ilis '‘ ft "fin was broken l he Hit "'if between the wrist and Mhic'Vo ‘ • "e rm,,o*imed the animal u i"T* him mid rode into fcMSHnS reCe‘Ved ,,,0|,8r 'lUr A LKTTKn adilrasMed, “Mi*s Krunkie ituin^\Li,I!eCJiry*0lllo»n U*H been b*tterdlraetlon. ek* 1,“m0®C® ,or THE mSATPEAKAJfC'EOr TRASH HOOKE. Saturday’s Reveille lias the follow ing concerning the man who so inys teriously disappeared a short time agr Irom a coal camp in the vicinily ol New 1’ass: Mr. Hawley informs us that a thor ough search of the coal-pit lias failed to reveal any trace of the man Frank Moore, who disappeared mysteriously a short time since. An inspection of the ground in the vicinity of the pit shows tlie tracks of two men leading away from it, one track being that of a man with nailed-sole lioota and the other of plain soles. There was an evident attempt on the part of tlie men to step in each other’s tracks, as in many instances the two tracks are in one, and it was plain to be seen that one man was stepping in tho other’s tracks. The footprints lead from the pit to a clump of brush, which the men had stepped over for quite a dis tance, anil in this brush the track is lost. Moore was known to be pos sessed of ready money, but never car ried any on bis person, and it was sup posed he concealed his coin by bury ing it. No trace lias been discovered of any properly or mcney belonging to him, except a few effects found at the camp at file time his disappear ance was first known. It is a very mysterious aifair, and the finding of these tracks would lead to the suppo sition tiiat Moore had been murdered, and liis body thrown Into the coal-pit, where it would be consumed to the last vestige. The WevniEii.—About 2 o’clock yesterday afternoon it set iii to snow, and tho “leathery messengers’’ con tinued to descend until about li:-'SO, wlien the ground was covered to tho depth of a couple of inches with a coat of “the beautiful,” and even as we write, at 11 r. M-, the sky is overcast and a northwest breeze blowing, and we would not be surprised to be awak etid from our matutinal nap by the jingling of sleigh-bells. Almost any where else such a storm as now threat ens us would be entitled to a weather Item, lint with us in Eureka it is dif ferent, and we won't notice It. For the last six years this town has had two or three—let us call them Indian wimers—in May and June. -- - Centennial hacks.—The Hardio Bros., proprietors of the Willows Bice track, announce in to day's SENTINEL a series of races to come off at their course on the ltd. 3d, 5th and (itli of July. Most liberal purses are offered, and no pains will he spared to insuiea full measure ol sport, and to guaran tee that everything connected with the races is conducted “upon the square.” We understand that a large number of horses will la* herefrom different parts of the Staio and the indications are fa vorable for a large and successful meeting, Firf, at Erin ka.—East Tuesday morning a Hie broke out in a large Ira me building 37 by lbb feet, belong ing to tie; Eureka and Palisade Pad roni Company, which at the lime threatened the destruction of the town. Fortunately, however, no other build ings were burned. Loss, about $4,000, 00b: uninsured. Wo extract the above from the Car son Appeal, and a most ungenerous as well as stupid sneer it is on the partof a journal whose local •oiistitu eiicv is solely maintained by the in dustry of mining camps like Eureka. 1*. S. Bakeev ami Bestavrant.— This well known establishment, under Hie management of Messrs, Soberer »V Kuclitlialer, is one of the best eating places in town, a fact which is fast gaining circulation among thn lovers of good living. The enterprising pro prieiors lake especial pains to procure thn host meats that can lie purchased in (he market, never permitting an in ferior cut to lie placed bet' ire a cus tomer. A trial of the I’niled states’ riiiiiiie will verify the truth of our as sertion. Inquest.—Coroner.Williams yester day held an inquest upon the body of Patrick Tierney, who was found dead in the road, at Spring valley, by some coal-burners, day before yesterday. The evidence adduced showed that de ceased had I eeu drinking quite hard for several weeks, ami his death was doubtless caused by congestion of the brain superinduced by inlpufperance, and the jury found a verdict accord ingly. lie was a native of Ireland and 38 years of age. Police Court.—Kate Huriton, bet ter known as “Scotch Ivato,” appeared before his Honor yesterday, charged with disturbing the peace. She was tried and convicted, and tilled $44. The Highland lassie, however, did not ante i ho amalgam, nor does she languish w ithin the portals of tlieliil.i orian In stitute. Not she. She gave bonds, and will appeal the ease to the District Court, A.v Evkn Dozen.—There are at pres ent twelve prisoners enjoying tlio hos pitalities of llie county at tlie Cafe tin (111 in ore, ten men and two women. The latter are Kate Dalton and tlie “Bronco,” who were arrested for fighting with each oilier, hut who now occupy the same cell in the great est amity and peace. Such is the hal lowing influence of our local prison system. ♦ To Teamsters.—.Superintendent Ev erts, of the Eureka and Palisade Kail road Company, oilers for sale thirty No. 1 team mules and twenty cheap work mules, a lot of harness anil ten wagons of dilterent sizes. Se adver tisement on second page. Without Foundation.—We have been assured by those who know that the report which was in circulation here a short tunc ago relative t> the I consolidation of the K K and Eureka Consol hint >d companies was entirely without foundation. — ♦ — Fourth or July Mkktino.—The committee of arrangements for the Fourth of .iuiy met last night at.Jus tice Beatty’s otllee. They will meet again next Saturday evening, when they will probably be prepared to re port a programme of the celebration. Counterfeit Trade Dollar.—We were shown yesterday a counterfeit tradedollar. It was a very poor imi tation of the genuine article and easi ly distinguishable by its greasy ap pearance and absence of the “ ring ” of the still valuable but somewhat de preciated metal. This is the first counterfeit coin of that denomination that wo have ever seen or heard of. - ♦ Teacher at Pinto.—Miss Mary Pringle, of Austin, has received the appointment of teacher of the public school at Pinto. (She entered upon the discharge of her duties yesterday. Puri: Milk—At 50 cents per gallon. See special notice. SPECIAL NOTICES. Imported.—Morris 11. J oseph, at tho Golden Rule, is now in receipt ot a fine sample lot of Geo. Wostenholm & Son’s celebrated I. X. L. pocket cutlory and razors; a splendid selec tion of first quality meerschaum and briar root pipes; Russian leather cigar cases; Jos Gillott’s steel pens, etc.; all of which he has imported direct from Europe. Having placed himself in correspondence with 13. II. Joseph A Co., of Birmingham, England, he presents to the mercantile public of Eastern Nevada the opportunity of purchasing any class of geods desired in any of the European mar kets. _ _ myl7-tf l'Tre Meeting.—Members of Rescue Engine Company are notified to appear at the hose house Monday evening. May 22, at 7:30 p. m., to attend a meeting of the company. A full attendance is requested, as business of tho utmost importance will come before the meeting. 1). E. DAILY, President. T. J. Maupin, Foreman, myl7-td What shall wo do to bo savod! Go to Geo. L. Ott to get your horses shod for S3; all other work for one-third loss than tho usual price. Work first-class and one price. See advertisement in this paper. iuyl7-if TiMFSnoteo hard when you can buy pure milk at 50 cents per gallon. Try the now milkman. myl7-lw This day we are in receipt of one case of ladiefc’ underwear: one ca«o ot infants’ dresses and robes; also a magnificent assort ment of infants’ capes. Will also arrive on the 20th six pieces of summer silk, to bo sold at 75 cents per yard. Come one and all and make your selections, apiK Moulte a McDougall. MOtfl’M. up 19 Clothing elegantly cut and made to order by tirst-ela«s tailors in San Francisco, at very reasonable prices. Measures taken and fits guarar.toed by M. 11. Joseph, at the Little Goldon Rule Store, on Main street, two doors below Justice Beatty’s Court-room, Go there and so© sample. my7 Fresh Ranch Butter.—Sam F'riedman will receive every day, by th* cars, fresh ranch butter, from Maples’celebratod dairy ranch in l’ine Valley. my5tf -- nonrs. api9 —.. - •<> Moore & McDougall, sole agents for the sale of the Eureka Sewing Silk. Dress makers pronounce it the be>t that is manu factured. Bowman, A Savey manufacturers, Boston, Mass. aplJtf Watches and jowelry neatly repaired. If you want to have your watches and je retry repaired in a workmanlike manner, go to F. Steler's jewelry store, one door south of S. A shim A Co., Main street. 22-apl!itf -- Wk would inform the public that ours is the only liou«© that can hereafter furnish you with the celebrated Perinot Kid Gloves, im ported bv 1). Samuels, of San Francisco, Our stock will arrive »<n or about the 15th. a,.13tf MOURE A McDoUGALL. — - --—• Gloves-A large stock of heavy and light buckskin gloves and mitts, at the Golden Rule, CHEAP FOR CASH. mvltf ■— — — M (M II'.S. ap!9 ♦ Attention, Workingmen ! — Board per weok, $7: throe meal tickets for $1. Every thing in the market you will find on the table at KEMI 'S, opposite the Richmond furnace. niyU-tf - -- The old rule is that we eat to live; but dine one*" with IKK PHILLIPS and thereafter you will live to out Bean soup every day. np3C-tf Earth, sea and air have been ransacked to I pro vile delicacies for the Sazerac lunch stand. Cull on iuo and judge tor yourself. ap3(Mt Mocha coffee, tonguos und sounds, smoked halibut, and centennial crackers. Tho above • s u fresh invoice at Mrs. A shim's my 2- tf -*• — M4MIIS. apl9 New Goods, at tho Little Goldon Rule Store. Go there and find a nice assortment of sum iner underclothing, » t»*.. Just received and to be sold CHEAP FOR CASH. myltf The Best Cigvr, at two for twenty-five cents, to be had in tho State of Nevada, at tho LITTLE GOLDEN RULE STOKE. Main streot. my4tf M(M II N. npl9 Sicrp.—Garden Sood, flower and vegetable, alfalfa, otc., at Mrs. M. A. Ashim. inr96-tf Bound to me Sold—To make room for a largo stock of Stationery coming from the East. Will sell for the next sixty days. AT COS f, 150 reams of paper, 200 bottles ot Ar hold’s writing fluid—quart bottles—at $1 per i bottle; a very lurge assortment of bound ledgers, daybooks, journals, etc., cheaper than you cun get them from San Francisco, and various other articles in the stationery line too numerous to mention. Received from tho munu actory 250 lamps of all descriptions, and will sell them 50 per cent, cheaper than any house in Eureka. Also a very large amount of Patent Medici es, oil, window glass, paint and brushes. Come and soe for yourself, and you will be nstonished at tho prices. Thes » articles must bo sold bolore 1 start for the Centennial. Proseriptions carefully compounded. Will proscribe free of charge for the sick. L. TERRY, M. I). ja20 f City Drugstore, Eureka. Nev. REMOVAL NOTICE. A. HERO S KEMOYEl) 11 IS STOCK OF GROCERIES AND VEGETABLES To tho building two doors north of his old stand, on Main street. Where he will bo bappy to serve his old cus tomers and as many now ones as may fu\or him with their patronage. I'll ESI 1 VKC ETABLES received daily. Carden, Field and Flower seeds for sale. inyfi-lui_ EURBEA GUARDS. I ATTENTION, COMPANY! jS 7 | MISCELLANEOUS. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. OUR NEW PLACE OK BUSINESS ON the west fide of Main street, in the building formerly occupied by A. Berg, WILL BE OPENED —Tins— Thursday Evening, May 11th. Tho publio are cordially invited to call and EXAM.INK OUR GOODS. MOORE & McDOUGALL, myll TRADE DOLLARS WANTED WE WILL EXCHANGE THE VERY best of NUT PINE WOOD In any lengths or quantity, from one to four feet long, FOR SIL\ EK, and no growling. FOLK-FOOT WOOD, ... ,10 50 HAWED WOOD.. Delivered to any part of town. Our terms are invariably cash. All orders left at J. C. Lockwood’s, or at the Wood.vard, will bo promptly filled. ap'AMni' A. GALLAGHER A CO. HIRAM JOHNSON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Provisions Gutter and Eggs a Specialty. riilfAgo linns* itud nreakfatt Bacon, sugar cured, always on hand. MTThrc® doors north of Clark street, or Main *rre*t. apltf Railroad j^g^CKoaches! T II AYE PURCHASED FROM E. R. VAN 1_ llusen tlie passenger business from the fci.A l*. Railroad Depot, and will hereafter i O A V i: Y PAKNKXUKKN To or from the depot for FIFTY CENTS each. 1 want the public to understand that I run a baggage wagon in connection with the pas set. ger coach, to and from/he depot. Trunk s ar il bgggago of every description will bo called for in any part of the city, at any hour of the day or night. 1‘nssenger# will be woke up in time for the cars bv leaving or ders at the stable, l*arke»- Douse. Inter national Hotel, and Cosmo|K)litan Hotel. ap22-tf WM. SWEENEY. JUST RECEIVED -AT J. H. MICHEL’S, MAIN ST., EUREKA, First door above W. H. Stcwell’s Drug Store, A fresh stock of Stationery of all kinds. Cigars and Tobacco, Meerschaum Pipes, Cutlery, Toys, And fancy goods of all kinds. X. 11. —A choice lot of ALDUMS for holi day presents. d8tf REMOVAL! P. STELER - T II E - JEWELER -AND- t Dealer in Diamonds! BEOS LEAVE TO INFORM THE PUBLIC generally that he hus opened his Magnificent Stock of Jewelry. Dia monds, Watches, etc., At his new and elegantly fitted-up JEWELRY PALACE, ono deor south ot 8. Ashim & liro’s store, where he can always be found roiuly to wait on his customers with untiring willingness to exhibit his goods. 1 thank the public fur past favors bestowed upon me at my old stand, and solicit tho same (or the luturo. N. B.—Special attonlion paid to watch work. Watches repaired and cleaned and warranted foi one year. Nerv jewelry made to order, and jewolry neatly repaired. _All orders from the country promptly at tended to. I\ j-TKLER. , Eurek, April Id, 187(1. upliitf DRAYING. I AM PREPARED TO HAUL FREIHHT to ami from tho depot, or to any pint ot tho towu with promptness*, tuid upon u* Reasonable Terms As any c-ther drayman in tho place. MY STAND Is in front of J. C. Lockwood’s hnrdwa't store, and any orders I ft in tho store, or at It. Sadler A Co’s will bo promptly i.ttended to. HAY AND GRAIN For sale at my stable opposite the Eurckt Foundry. WM. MeCOKN. _ apMHin THOMAS LASFEYKK, ATTOKSKY AY l> «OHNNKI.Ot at Law. Notary Public ami Commia sioner of Deeds for California. Office in the Court-house building. ai>38 PBIXTINO. Owing to its Superior Facilitia, —AT TEE SENTINEL OFFICE Cm be executed all klnde ef JOB PRINTING AT LOWE R RATES Than any other Office in the State. R. SADLER & CO main STREET..EUREKA, NEV. DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Good* Delivered Free of Chargv, AGENTS FOR ro&Biozr Axro bomb INSURANCE COMPANIES, ALSO FOR TUB California Powder Works, Heres ies Blasting and Sport ing Powder. m»r7-tf D. MANHEIM. DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, -AT BARON’S BRICK BUILDINQ, MAIN STREET. Eureka, Nevada. jalltf Notice ia hereby oivkn that the l>xos on the Proceeds of the Mine* of Eureka county for the quarter ending Miirch .Slat, 1K7U, are now due and payable at my ofllce, and that the law with regard to the same will be strictly enforced. J. C. 1*0WELL. Assessor of Eureka eounty. Eureka, Nee., May k. 1970. myk-Ow DRY GOODS, CLOTHISG, Jm. DRY GOODS FOR THE MILLION 1 MEYERS * FRANIUI BEO TO INFORM THEIR LADt and nalliM friend* that Itdr ia» menea etock of Spring*Sommer Dry 0—to —Aim— CLOTH I NO sr ta&rtttrasfssjBS before purcbasinr elsewhere. Their stoek consists In part of SUMMER SILKS In plain, plaid aaditripaa, of aeved ahadan PONGEES ANN XOHAIB GOODS! Carmelite Clothe, Brians, Lawn* Linens, Etc Ai endlen variety la Hedery, Embroidery CornU, Kid (Mevec, Lobov, eta. Parenh In mil (Man and Hw». Ladiev’. Mined and CMldrea’r Trimned Hata of the very latevt (tytn fren the neat faabioaaWe aaffliaera. LADIES’ AND CHILDREN’S BUTTONK» AND LACED SHOES OF THE VERT BEST MAKERS. OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT ]« complete, and ahould bo inapoetod, aa U eoaeiata of erery article appertaining to a Our motto ia *• Qiao dike Kea* Haada Mr the I* met Heaer. Aeooeefthetrmiaioaidiaf ia Baa Ftaa> ciaco, all erdert will ba mataaly attandad MEYERS * FRANKLIN. apM THE WHITE HOUSE! THE FIRST IN THE FIELD ! I J. CohnABro. RE NOW UCUVMti AN IMMENSE STOCK or FINN CLOTHING! —ANN— FURNISHING GOODS 1 For tha Sprta* and Summer Wear) We would call attention te 250 CENTENNIAL SUITS! Which we offer to the pafelte (* *19 50 PER SUIT! CALL AHOUND TO TB1 . i Opposite the Palace Baleen, Hala WMh EUREKA, NEVADA, And see for youreelt j. eonr*ift9» mW