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^^T^AyTmaY STOCK REPORT. 3*r KraKOWOO. May 20. rr*nc««® »*«ck K«cU»n*e. riikkiko boari>. ***-¥**,* tCurry-UI'4 l'»’" l"1* art *7 'ScRWolnU-JOyo ifncJoTi^-72^7^72^ 'IS Cbollftr -1#> yl A, «M 14 Halo A Norcrow -«-s <>J * J«k7^«?»85H •^Nevada-LI* IS* ^i'he"uer-2IS21^ sjssr««*»S4S $ U<ly Brya •-» w -<« ill Julia-l.lNlI'*11* ,i (;ai<«i(in|» -! !‘ u* • Mrado* Valley—I .iKmond* Ely—II« 12 n £ a.con.-mi.n^n local INTELLIGENCE. Arrival* and Departure*. j |frrH<!RKIiA AJO PA 1.1*411* RAILROAD. 1 DfpurinrM lfNierdny. Ij lUlloncber jCtUopin J| ], M»r«len If Ziiiow Mm I wiimans H Bichermann L Banner 1 Arrival* niifiu. IPS Minor Jowph <lratton Vine omigranta .1 C Mfttipia J M Suitor gEMUlWt* SERVICE* lO-HAY. jjT. Jambs’ Church.—Rev. Charles H, Marshall, rector. Services at 11.1, m.,ami 7:30 o’clock p. m. Sunday yjj,'),)! at '1 p. m. Seats free. All are cordially invited to attend. Sr. Buendan’h Church—Rev. J. J. Arnes. Pastor. Mass at 11 a. m., m i Vespers at 7:30 P. M. Prbsbytkbi as Church— Rev. J. G. |>|» Maty re, olHriating. Services at 11 o'clock a. M. and 7:30 o’clock p. m. Prior Sabbath Nchooi,—Meets to day at 1J o'clock, at the Presbyterian etnirch. Eurbkars on the Comstock.—Wo Miraci the following Ironi last Thurs day'* Enterprise: “J. J. Carrigan and Henry Donnelly paid Virginia City »brief visit yesterday. Mr. Carrigan was for a long time the able manager of ihe Richmond mining property in Eureka. lie has been for several months in Ixnidon. mid was yesterday hurrying through to San Francisco. He declare* Dial London is a slow old town and that tlie I uople have somo ways there that aie decidid'y tedious to men fami.iar with llie custom* of the Pacific coast. He seemed glad to return to n«. and we know lie has a multitude of friends awaiting him at i the Bay. Mr. Donnelly, a* every I tody knows, I* an old t'omstocker. He went to Fiireka to take charge of tin Eureka Consolidated, last autumn. Both hand* were nearly shaken otf him hv old friend* here yesterday. He ipoke with generous appreciativeiie»s of Eureka people. ||e also went be low last night.” —- ♦ - -• — Tiie Weather.—Talk about winter ogering in the lap of spring! Why, it* hoary-headed old sinner appears Heritiined to squat himself into the *p of summer. Yesterday was the ■Hi day of May, and a harder anow (nriri Ilian prevailed for several hours <e have seldom witnessed in thia sec tion in the midst of winter. The (round was covered to a depth of four inches, and alter it cleared up in the (Veiling tin* air was as sharp mnl crisp i*m Decern her. The “oldest inhab itant” ha* never experienced such a titson, and it is to lie hoped that the youngest one will never experience nut'll another. ♦ The Hamiiuim*.—The strike reeemly noils in tlie Hamburg mine develops bolter story day. A shaft was run upon or« to the surface from the drift where the ledge was struck, ami now (he siiafi is being sunk below the drift and i«i greater depth is atta ned there is a corresponding improvement in the quality of ore, the last average assay from twenty pieces taken from ditl'er ont places in the ledge yielding in si I - w $0;t per ton. A drill is being run from tile south shaft to the lode, from which it is separated by a distuuce of only about 2U feet. IloobiiOT.— Friday morning, a fero | worn dog made an attack upon A if. j fiWi,near the Turner House, as lie \ was delivering tlie Hkntinki.s to his customers. Alf. took a shot at the ca nine, causing him 10 retreat in good order, sub a circular orifice ill the neck in dose proximity to the wind pi|». Th* animal's owner, who is a sensible man and don't believe in feed ing dogs with newspaper carriers, ex onerated Chart/, from ail blame. Krjected.—The chap who expressed 'he belief that the galley of local mat h'which was overlooked by our fore *>n in making up the forms a few innings ago, was left out Intention * v\ recently made an unsuccessful •I'I’Uca'ion for admission to the Oam P'")ol Infirmary. lie was rejected Pon the ground of not possessing a Undent amount of brain to entitle 1111,1 to membership. “praimrd Anklk.—Frank Moore,of ' * ®Ur«ka and California Lumber otnpany, a couple of days ago slight* **'" Mnkle by stepping Into nl?»u ,he numerous holes m tho w». ‘hlewaik on Main street. He very seriously ln|nred, but it . n t the fault of the sidewalk that 1*8 wasn’t broken. Committkk Mkktino.—The mem m the Cooimittue of Arrange* "«enta for the celebration of the Fourth Hiii, v will meet thin afternoon at J'tn • .** & Davenport’s law ofltce, at il*V| “lock. A toll attendance Is do r*“l** W. H. Davk.ni'oiiut, Ch’n. I THE sleeper awakened. A Fragment. A gentleman, formerly a resident of Eureka, whose literary abilities were well known, and whose keen sensibil ities to the peculiarities of frontier life were sharpened by his total lack of fa miliarity witli them, left our commun ity a short time since to engage in bus iness In another part of the Slate. Among loose papers left behind him one of bis friends discovered the follow ing unfinished poem. The description of a scene which we have all so often witnessed that It is not a novelty to us, is so vivid that we take the Iiue-ty of publishing it, only regretting that the gifted author did not finish his tale: Beneath the shadows of that mystic shrine, Whoro Fate and her dark oracle assign Hood luck or ill to devotees of chance. Who tilt against hor with a two-bit inneo; Happy, if now and then, all in a row. Five numbers prompt tho cry, Iveno! Kono!— A si soper sat. No modern sleoper he; For he could -deep through all otormty; Not in bis little bed, nor in tlio tomb, Nor only where the evoning’s gloom Has quenched tho day, but everywhere, And more especially upon a chair. Sleep, while the limps were o’er him brightly burning, Sloep, with tho wheel above him swiftly turn, ing, Sleep, when tho cry rose harshly on the air! “Beaten, byjovo! I’ve only tivo small pair.’ Sloop, while the ranchman took his frequent tod, ’Mid wild nnd blasphemous appeals to Hed, Sleep, while tho tiger growlod within bis lair Sleep, as 1 said before, nt all times, every where. e a * e # < Til" night wore on apace, the game had closed. And still that sleeper on a chair reposed In po 'co, unconscious that an open door Have egress to the passage of a niigh-y -nure: A snore so loud, so long, so rich, so deep, >Twould cause a hog with jealousy to weep; A snore that rattled gla-sos ut tho bar And woke the echoes from alar. It smote his ear whoso dapper form Is nightly braved against the storm Of thirsty tipplers’ tongues and arms. Who homugo pay to Bacchus’charms; And raised his choleric foul to tight biainst such a rudo disturber of the night. Quick n*» n sweep of falcon’s wing. Swift as a wild cat on the spring, [ True as a bullet to its mark (Though all the room was semi- lark i, | lie lit upon the sleeping cherub j And then there was the devil’s hubbub. 0 0 4 0 0 0 “Thou fell dentroyer of my peace, begone! I want you not. Come, get along! (let cut! Now git! Vnmoeo! .Skedaddle! Damn fiucb a man: 1 toll ye. Paddle." <111 Ut il FA IK. The ladies ot the 1’resbyterian Church will give a fair at Bigelow’s Hall next Wednesday evening, for the purpose of raising fluids to build a parsonage. Mr. McLain, the pastor, is in tiie least, but is ex|iecled to return in a short time, and from the move ment to prepare a dwelling for his le ception we should infer that there is a strong probability of Ids bringing wiib linn a parsonoss to share his joys and sorrows, and assist him in his labors in the vineyard of the Lord. The ex ereises Wednesday evening will con sist of a musical anti elocutionary en tertainment. There wilt be tables spread with all sorts ol good things, ami there will be lots ol tun in the way of grab-bags, fish-ponds, posl ollicea and all sorts of institutions usually patronized at fairs. Mr. Me Lam is a most worthy gentleman, con scientious in the discharge of his du ties, and is in every respect a model clergyman. We hope the fair, which is gotten up as a compliment to him during Ids absence,'Mil prove a sue cess and that a handsome sum w ill oe realized to be devoted to the object mentioned. A CALL, was circulated yesterday for a meeting of the people of Eureka for the purpose of ex pressing their senti ments upon the question of Chinese immigration. The call was numerous ly signed, and the meeting will be held next Tuesday evening, at the Court-house. Our people, we believe, are a unit upon this all-lmporiant question, and it I' meet that they should edd their united voice to ttie cry being raised on the Pacific coast to our national legislators for the sup pression of the fast increasing evil. A number of distinguished speakers will address the meeting. A Carklkss Act.—Early yesterday morning, during the height of the ter rific wind storm that had been raging during tlie night, some one cinpied a lot of hot ashes and coals on Edward’s street, near the Presbyterian Church. The debits was soon on lire and the fortunate discovery by a passerby saved a number of residences in luat locality from destruction, as the fire was along side of a dwelling house, and hut for the opportune arrival of the man who extinguished the flames, the building would, a tew moments later, been on tire. Masonic.—Them will be a meeting of St. John’s Chapter, No. 5, at Ma sonic Hall, this evening at tS o'clock for work in the sixth degree. All R. A. M. Ill goed standing are invited to lie present. There v il also be a meet ing of the members of St. John’s Chapter at their hall this afternoon at 2 o’clock. Law Copartnership.—C. L. I<an singlin'! Dav. E. Rally have formed a copannerahip for the practice of law. They are both lawyers of acknowl edged ability and mil form a strong legal team. Piochk Bullion.—Ten bars of bul lion from Pioelie, valued at £11,632 76, arrived at Wells, Fargo A Co’s office last evening, en route for San Fran cisco and New York. —--- « Fire Mektiso.—There will be a meeting of Rescue Engine Company to-morrow evening. See call among •pedal notice*. THE DEAD COAL-BIHSEB. [From tha Reese River Reveille, May 18.J Coroner Dreyfuss and George F. Dinsmore returned last evening from their visit to Mount Airev.in the vicin ity of which the body of Frank Moore, the missing coal-burner was found. Mr. Dreyfuss informs us that on their arrival they found tlie body lying on the ground at a point about twenty miles westerly frotn this city. It was lying in tha sagebrush near tlie road, in a reclining position, on the left side. In the right hand, which was under tlie body, was grasped a cocked six shooter. There were no wounds visi ble on tlie body, which was in an ad vanced state of decomposition. Tlie Coroner summoned a jury and held an inquest, and tlie jury brought in a verdict of deatli from causes unknown, after which the body was placed in a coffin taken from town for tlie purpose, ai d buried on the spot where it was found. Tlie sum of $67 was found in tlie pockets of tlie corpse, which was taken in charge of by tlie Coroner, who was informed by some of t lie friends of deceased that lie had $2,000 buried “somewbeie.” Tlie Coroner’s theory ol the manner of Moore’s deatli is, that, feeling unwell, he started to walk from tlie coal pit to iiis own cabin, a distance of twelve miles, and that when lie reached the point where his body was found—distant about ten miles from tlie pit and two from bis house—he was suddenly overcome and fell in the brush and died. lie is stated to have been in bad health and some of his friends think lie was effected* with the heart disease. As to tlie pistol, it is staled that lie was his invariable habit when walking on tlie road to carry his pistol in iiis hand cocked, and iiis fin ger on file trigger, as lie was always in tear of being robbed. The pistol was cocked and tightly clenched in the rigiit hand, with the finger on file trig ger when tlie body was found. De ceased was a native of New York State, but emigrated to Nevada from Michi gan, where lie has relatives residing, and was aged about 26 years. Chinese Fracas.—Last night, about 12 o'clock, a fracas occurred in China town resulting in a Chinese woman named Die Game being severely wounded by an iron billet in the bands of Ah Beck. The dispute was caused by a misunderstanding re garding financial matters and also jealousy of the assailant. The woman was struck over the head with the bit let and a terrible gash cut on the right side alxive the temple. Officer Fred, (format! was promptly on the spot and secured Ah Beck and took him to jail. All the parties belong to the same company, and when the trial comes off none of the parties will “sabbe” any thing concerning the matter. Preparations for the Fourth.— Although the Committee of Ariange mcnts for the Fourth of July has not yet reported, the following gentlemen have been agreed upon for officers of the day, viz: President, W. H. Dav enport; Orator, C. J. Lansing; Poet, T. L. Ham; Header, Judge Doolan; Marshal, L. \V. Cromer. There will he a grand poreession, in which the two lodges of Odd Fellows, military, tire companies, and Miners’ Union w ill join. Thecominiitee w ill spare no pains in making the arrangements, and if it receives proper aid from the citi zens (he gieat day will be celebrated in a maim- r that will reflect credit upon tlie town and its people. —-- ♦—-— Invoice OF Cats.—Among the pas sengers upon the stage from Hamil ton last evening were about twenty cats of various colors, patterns and de nominations. They w ere consigned to P. Kverts and will bo placed in llie Ktireka and Paiisnde Hail mad Compa ny's freight depot, which is overrun with mice. Fan-tan.—The Celestial* of China town have three fan tan tables in op eralion—a species of gambling which appear* very attractive to them. The tnree gaum* contribute $1,200 a quarter to the County Treasury—a tax which they very unwillingly pav. Take a Back Seat.—The latest style of spring bonnet* has been set aside and dry goods merchants have seal skin socks and lure on exhibi tion. From Pioche.—Dr. S. L. Lee, of Pi (K-he, formerly a partner of ourescu lapian resident, Dr. Bishop, arrived last night en route to Carson. Sunday Service.—There will be re ligious service* at all the churches to day. SPECIAL NOTICES. IaroKTKD.—Morris 11. Joseph, at the Golden Rule, is now in receipt o' a tino sample lot of Geo. Wostenholni A Son's celebrated I. X. L. pocket cutlery and rators; a splendid selec tion of first quality meerschaum and briar root pipes; Russian leather cigar cases; Jos Gillott's steel pens, etc.; allot which he has iniporte i direct from Europe. Having placed himself in nurresi ondanec with It. H. Joseph A i o., of birniinghuiu, England, he presents to the mercantile public of Eastern Nevada the opportunity of purchasing any class of goods desired in nny of the Euiopenn mar kets. myl7-tf Fiat Mkktiso.—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 foil attendance is requested, as business of the utmost importaneo will come before the meeting. l>. E. RA1LY, President. T. J. Maupih, Foreman, myl7-td What shall wo da to be saved! Go to O«o. 1j. Ott to get your horses shod for $3; all other work for one-third less than the usual 'price. Work first-class and one price. See advertisement in this paper. myl7-lf Timks not so hard when you can buy pure milk at fsO cents per gallon. Try the new milkman. myl7-lw MOCH’N. apl9 Ci.othiso elegantly cut and made to order b.v first-class tailors in San f'ranoisco, at very reasonable prices. Measures taken and fits guaranteed by M. H. Joseph, at the Little (•olden Kule Store, on Main street, two doors below Justice Beatty’s Court-room, No thore and sou samplo. my7 W vrciias and jewelry neatly repaired. If you wan* to have your watches and jowelry repaired in n workmanlike manner, go to I*. Steler’a jewelry store, one door south of S. Aslnm k Co., Alain street. J2-aplt>tf HOCH’B. ap!9 Fresh Ranch Butter.—Sam Friedman will receive every day. by the cars, fresh ranch butter, from Maples’ celebrated dairy ranch in Fine Valley. myotf Gloves—A large stock of heavy and light buckskin gloves and mitts, at the Golden Rule. CHEAP FOR CASH. mvltf HOCH'I. apl9 — -♦■■■-- — - — Attention, Workingmen ! — Board per week, 17; throe meal tickets for II. Every thing in the market you will find on the table at KEMP’S, opposite the Richmond furnace. _ ^ myU-tf The old rule is that wo oat to liva; but dine once with IKE PHILLIPS and tberoalter you will live to oat Rean soup every day. ap30-tf The Best Cigar, at two for twenty-five cents, to bo bad in the State of Nevada, at the LITTLE GOLDEN RULE STORK. Main street. myitf New Goods, at the LittleGoldon Rule Store. Go there and find a nice assortment of sum mer underclothing, etc., just received and to be sold CHEAP FOR CASH. myltf Seed.—Garden Seed, flower and vegetable, alfalfa, etc., at Mrs. M. A. A shim. mr36-tf Mot'll* IS. apl9 Earth, sea and air have been ransacked to provide delicacies for the Saierac lunch stand. Cali on Ilto and judge tor yourself. apHO-tf Mocha coffee, tongues and sounds, smoked halibut, and centennial crackers. The above is a fresh invoice at Mrs. Ashim’s my2-tf MOCIl’S. aplS Bound to bk Sold—To mnke room for a large stock of Stationery coming from the East. Will sell for the next sixty days, AT COST, 150 reams ot paper, 200 bottles of Ar nold’s writing fluid—quart bottles—at $1 per bottle; a very largo assortment of bound ledgers, daybooks, journals, etc., chonper than you can got them from San Francisco, nnd various other articles in the stationery line too numerous to mention. Received from the manu'actory 2V0 lumps of all descriptions, and will sell them 50 per cent, cheaper then any house in Eureka. Also a very largo amount of Patent Medici es, oil, window glass, paint nnd brushes. Come and see for yourself, and you will bo nstonisbed at the prices. Those articles must bo sold belore I start for the ConteDDinl. Proscriptions carefully compounded. Will proscribe free of charge for the sick. L. TERR If, M. D. ja20tf City Drug Store, Eureka. Ney. NOTIGE OF* REMOVAL 01'K NW PI.ACK OK BrsiNRRS ON the we>t ride of Main utreet, in the building formerly occupied by A. Berg, WILL BE OPENED —THIS— Thursday Evening, May 11th. The public are cordially inritod to call and EXAMINE OCR WOODS. MOORE & McDOUGALL. myll NOTICE. tpHE PUBLIC AKK HEREBY NOTt. X tied thut 1 have, on this date, sold to Da vid Mnnhiini, Janies Kennedy and George Jones, nil my interest in the** Gray and Wal rod” and ** Taylor” ranches, situated in Eu reka coun'y: also, eight horses and ♦hreo wagons; tf,0U0 bushels of coal; wood, and other personal property, and that said Ken nedy is now in sole possession of said proper ty for said vendees. li. J. JUNES. Ei kkka, May 1 i, lh76. myltt-tf Railroadi^g^Coaehes! I IUVK PURCHASED FROM E. S. VAN lluscn the passenger business from tb. t£ . A I’. Railroad Depot, and will hereafter 4'ONVKY PANKKNUBKN To .r from the depot for FIFTY CENTS each. 1 want the public to understand that I run a baggage wagon in connection with the pas senger coach, to and Iromdhedepot. Trunks and baggage of every description will be called fur in any part uf the city, at any hour of the day or night. Passengers will be woke up in lime for the cars by leaving or ders at the stable, Parke' House, inter national Hotel, and Cosmoimlitan Hotel. apZJ-tf WM. SWEENEY. i. lkvih, Eureka. I. simos, San Francisco LEVIN & SIMON, IMPORTERS AMD DEALERS IM CIOARS,TOBACCO,STATIONERY CONFECTIONERY, SCHOOL BOOKS, ETC., ETC. Main Street. Enrelts, Nevada. jal__ WANTED. WANTED AT TV BO, WOOD-CHOPPERS and coal-burners. Apply to N. S. TKOWUIUDUE. at II. .Johnson's graeery store. Eureka, between 11 and l'i o’clock lor three days. myttf Dissolution. rpHF. COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE JL existing botwern Lansing ,k Hubbard, in the practice of th-law, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. C. J. LANSINO, CHAS.0. HUBBARD. Eureka, May 13th, 187tf. mylt-lm C. 0. HUBBARD. Attorney at law and no tary PUBLIC. Office on Clark street, in Whitten’s American txchnnge building. myl'.-tf JOB RHINTINOOF ALL KINDS, EX eented with dispatob at tbet SENTINEL Printing Offiao. PRINTING. Owing to its Snnerior Facilities, -AT— THE SENTINEL OFFICE Can be executed all kind* ot JOB PRINTING AT LOWER RATES Than any other Office in the State. R. SADLER & Co main STREET.BURKKA, NEV. DEALERS Of GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Good. Delivered Free of Charge. AGENTS FOR roKBxeir axtd bomb INSURANCE COMPANIES, ALSO FOR THE California Powder Works, Hercu les Blasting and Sport ing Powder. mar7-tf D. MANHEIM, DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, -AT BARON’S BRICK BUILDING, MAIN STREET, Enrelca, Nevada. ltlHf VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAI I> tha Taxes on the l’rocoeda of the Minei of Eureka county for the quarter endin« March 31*t, 1373, are now due and payable ai my office, and that the law with regard to th< aame will be atrictly enforced. _ _ J. 0. POWELL, i Aaaeaaor of Eureka county I Eureka, New., May 9, ISf* aa|9 DB7 GOODS, CLOTHING, Sc. DRY GOODS FOR THE MILLION ! MEYERS & FRANKLIN Beg to inform their ladt and centlemen friends that their im mense stock of Spring & Summer Dry Goods —AND— CLOTH I IV G lies arrived, and they inrite them to inspect the beautiful roods at their establishment before purchaslnc elsewhere. Their stock consists in part of SUMMER SILKS .. ■ ' 'j n , ... „ In plain, plaid and stripes, of newest shadasb PONGEES AND MOHAIR GOODS! Carmelite Clothe, Baleroe, Lawna. Linene, Etc. Aa endless rariety in Hosiery, Embroidery Corsets, Kid 0 lores. Laces, etc. Parasde la all Gatova aad Maw. ladies’. Misses’ and Children’! Trimmed Hats of the rery latest styles from the most fashionable milliners. LADIES’ AND CHILDREN’S BUTTONED AND LACED SHOES OF THE VERY BEST MAKERS. OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT Is complete, end should be inspected, as it consists of erery article appertaining to a Fliat-Claaa Clothing Establishment! Our motto is to Hire the bast Goods tor the leaot Moaey. As one of the firm Is residing in San Fran cisco, all orders will be punctually attendod MEYERS ft FRANKLIN. ap2S THE WHITE HOUSE! THE FIRST IN THE FIELD ! J. Cohn & 131*0. ^RE NOW RECEIVING AN IMMENSE STOCK OF FINE CLOTHING ! —AND— FURNISHING GOODS ! For the Spring and Summer Wear f Goodi will b« fold at (real ly REDUCED PRICES, *o a» to GIVE EVERTBODT A CHANCE to boy anew SUIT OF CLOTHES! We would oall attention to 250 CENTENNIAL SPITS! Which we offer to the public for SIS 50 PEE SUIT! CALL AROUND TO TBI Oppoiito tho Falaeo Saloon, Main ft Mot, EUREKA, NEVADA, And mo for yourtalL f. OOBVAIftO. rniHf