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SUEEKA DAILY SENTINEL.
^laDNE3DAY, JULY 18, 1876. STOCK REPORT. KritHrltcu Stock Ksetaap**. San Fbahoiuco. July 18. UORBINO BOARD. '*g Srt VB^r-tV*«* 44* 44X two Calirornia-58* 58*o9.>8,, ■«*««« JtS Hale A NorcroM-S* 8X ‘J^XowJ0^1-^ 27 26 V 26X »* 30V ^^&.-|xMb»14«b30 1 HO Confidence— 17 X 1.10 Exchequer—14 * l» ■ i VO Overman—4>8X 68 67X 67 i M Utah-16 ■ ioo .Iustiee^-21 21X |103I Union Con.—11* 11X 11 X ■ Lady Bryan—80c 79c I «>t J ulia—8* ***£$ bj If.185 Caledonia—N 8 4 8>4 KTISMIlfO BOABB. 125 Meadow Valley-87Sc l<ti Haymond A blv-8X 8X 160 EurokaOon. 11* H* ( 210 Jackson—2X 1* F .10 Alps—1* 22> Belmont—34 It (0 Leopard—8* 8 4 96*1 5JW Northern Belle—31X 30*31 14 V) Huxaey—jf3c 140 <Jone-al Thomas—2 ■£_ 700 Mansfield—Y0o WXc 5oe .vio Coro Con.—2jc 30o 360 Holden Chariot •'7*c 410 Baltimore Con.—1*14 20 Poorman—25c HI Silver Hill—6V 6** .10 Hock Itland—1* 121 Now York— 7.1c 87*e V) 'Voodville— 1 20i Kossuth ■ IX 1* 1 4«j Andes—2X 2V 3.kl Well* Fargo—lie 3 0 North Carson-2.1c 1!W Leviathan-70c .100 N. Con. Va.—7.1c 4U0 West Bn|ehcr—2* 2V 21 Trojan -2.1c 711 Prospect -6 *41 Con. Vn. -53* SIX 54X 54’4b5 1.10 Mexican—29X 401 Imperial— .V 4 110 Overman-07 SH California—58,‘4 58V 58’a SO 70 Alpha—80 41."» Yellow Jacket—21X 26V 26* 220 (Jabir—45X -15X 30 Julia—8 201 Caled.inia-OOX Jstreet tliiwtntlon*-.* P. II. Ophir—4o* bid 41X asked 41X sales Mexican -29. bid JOX askod 29X sales ijutild A Curry—14 bid Best Si Belcb-r—44X bid 4> askod 4> sales California—.18* bid** askod Savage—18 bid . . Cun. Virginia->3* bid >3V asked ChoPar—77 bid ...» , , Halo A Norcross- 8V hid 9 askod Crown Point—OH bid Yellow Jacket-.6 . bid Imperial—IX hid .IX asked I Alpha-38 - bid 1.1 asked I Belcher- 17 X askod | Si-mi Nevada- Masked . Exchequer-14X bid [ i vet man—66X bid Justice—21'* bid t nion ilin.— 111. b.d J alia -8 bid LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Arrivals and Departure*. NV TIM KUKkKA A If M f A l«IA4 UK KtllKQiD. _ Hf|mrtiarf« YfNfertlny. rtrert* Maxtor Cba. Kvert. I .1 K Huff .1 H ;tili.on J \V 11 icon 8 lUrcluv I) W I* Huffman T M lLkvm K «» Iturn. A >4 liilirioua* If (4 L.throp Th « L»finery N William, o E Uuidfn Arrival. l«i«Nt ftltfhl* E 'V Hnn..on J Strati* « Thornton A Cru ller Hiaon*B Wm Duvidfon T li.ac Mr. ft Ko.onthal Tur.-j l uniigranf* PKKMMNAI-. L. J. Uancliett. Superintendent of tlie Jclt'erson Company, anti Mr. Haskell, the well-known San Fran ci-eo mining operator, left this morn ing I>v private conveyance for Helinonl an I lli« Spanish licit. W. 11. liarruh left on this morning's train tor Oakland, Cal. He went In ro apnnse to a telegram announcing the serious illness of Ills wile. —— - - ♦ - — Hhimksk Ad.—We direct attention to the Chinese advertisement to be found under the head of “New To day.” That pioneer Mongolian Sain Kee, with an eye single to business, throws in a puff for Ills choice leas at ! the end ol llr. Cum Wing's profes | sional card. Dr. Cum Wing lias the j reputation of being a very suci-essfui I physician, and the leas of Sam Kee.we I are assured, are unsurpassed lor their 1 excellence. Doth the Doctor and the teas are to be found at the store of Sin Sain Kee, which is situated on one ot the principal streets of Chinatown. Tuajiks —The Skntin kl corps, Fa berian,mechanical and Infernal, which, in the vernacular, Includes the editors, printers and devil, are under obliga tion to M. Youug, the popular confec tioner, tor a Ittieral supply of delicious ice oream and cake furnished this of fice during the but hours of yesterday, in the language of Dr. Herrick, the great North American linguist, the truck was “ nifty." I Custom Ohks.—Col, Robbins Informs * us that it is the intention of the gentle I men wll° recently purchased the Mat I mine to buy large quantities I „ ‘U8tom ores MS soon as their new ? !l‘r“*c®B°es into operation. This will f news for numerous prospee lhe district who solely roly for support on the sale of ores. l'.X'riacTKD Home.—Kev. Josiali Mo Clalu, pastor of the Presbyterian l''‘“rch,„who bss been visiting in the i s^ern btates for the last few months, i .bnine during tlie present lii, k l 18 anl>ounoodto preach at •"* cnurea next Suiuiav 1'orenooti ami eveuiog. Attention, Hooks.—There will be a special meeting of the Hook and ‘^er Company this evening, at 7:30 ) clock, iu the rear of Douglas’ sa loon, to devise means to procure addi tional hose. A full attendance of the members is requested. Done to Bigler.—The Chi-sou Ap peal notes the departure of Schoolmas ter General Kelly for Lake Bigler, fhtne Uo is to bpoud a week. HAIL HATTEBS. Wo have frequently, since the com pletion of the Eureka and Palisade railroad, taken occasion to advocate the establishment of a daily mail between this place and Belmont. Aside from the great saving it would prove to the Government, it would be of the utmost convenience to a very large class of people living in Belmont and vicinity. That section of the country is growing rapidly, and the demaud for a prompt aud expeditious mail service is daily increasing. The people of Belmont have forwarded petition after petition to the Department in Washington and to our representatives there as well, but for some unexplained reason these appeals have never elicited action. Where the necessities are so pressing and the interest of the Government so manifest, no delay should have been suffered in putting the route into active operation. If our representatives In Congress bad given the matter their personal attention, as in duty bouud, the proposed change could have been effected in a single week. As it is, the matter has been permitted to drag along for uearly a year, to the serious detriment of a large community of cit izens, and at great and unnecessary loss to tlie Government. As we under stand the case, the people of Austin are making no fight against Belmont in this matter, being perfectly willing that Belmont shall look to this route for her mail facilities. What Austin de mands is that she be allowed to keep up direct communication with the Central Pacific at Battle Mountain. Recognizing the justice of tier claim in this regard we can not well blame her for opposing the change proposed by Postal Agent Am merman. As a matter of fact, how ever, that tov/n would not be seriously inconvenienced concerning tlie receipt of its mails, as this route would not lie to exceed five hours later than the di rect line with Battle Mountain, but the additional cost of passenger travel would work a great hardship. The present direct line between Austin and Battle Mountain could not possibly Ire maintained without a mail contract. Hence the travel would naturally have to come this way. This would of course be of advantage to Eureka, but it would at the same time lie bard on Austin. The route to Belmont from ttiis point, however, should be estab lished instanter. -4m- — -■ - A BUTT IlfSl MI.N'KKAL KXIIIUIT AT l’HII.A»KM>HIA. In an interview with Mr. Whitehill, the editor of the Carson Appeal was informed that the Hoard of Awards to whom has been referred the inspection ami comparative estlm te of the va rious mineral exhibits at the Centen nial, have already agreed that this State is emitted lo the very highest prize to be awarded on account of such exhibits. In fact, it is the unanimous verdict of that board that Nevada exclipses alt the other States in the completeness, extent and intrinsic value of her showing. This is a very gralilying triumph. Mr. Whitehill also informed the Appeal editor that lie submitted the names of many indi vidual exhibitors— llie owners or col lectors of private cabinets merged in our general collection—and that there will lie more than thirty medals dis tributed as aw ai ds among these sever al citizens of Nevada. He regards it as unfortunate that the proposition, made 1h*i spring, hv or for some of the richer mining companies of the Com stock to exhibit a big pile of silver bricks in connection with the ore dis play, was not carried out. Such a showing would attract much at tention and provoke much won derment. It it not too late, even now, for our 'bullion chiefs to make this rich display; and we hope they may lie persuaded to do so. The only ex (tease to them would he the amount of interest money un realized. They ought to be able and willing lo stand that. In this connec tion is hut just tosay that W. 3. Keyes, of ICureka, one of the Hoard of Awards, has done very much to secure for our cabinet a favorable ami just examina tion and estimate. He has been very industrious; and by his extensive knowledge of men and things and his accomplishments as a linguist, he has been highly etlleient, not only in serv ing this State but in assisting commis sioners and agents from abroad. He deserves to be well remembered in Ne vada. Kiisinksn Change.—Jacob Kirsch stallor gives notice in to-day’s Senti-I N Kl, that he has disposed of his entire! business in the United States Hakery, on Main street, a few doors above ttie International Hotel, to John Hush, who will carry on tlie business at tlie old stand in splendid style. Mr. Hush, llie new proprietor, thoroughly understands this line of business and will spare no pains lo make the United States Hakery a favorite establishment. Read llie cards of the res[>eetive gen tlemen under the head of “New To day.” Dull.—The hot woather, deprecia tion in silver, or something else, has had such a depressing influence upon the unruly element that, unless some thing occurs to give it new life, our Police Court will cease entirely to be an item-producing institution, and Judge Realty will have to turn his at tention to the study of theology, in im itation of his illustrious contemporary, Judge Logan of Au-tin. There hasn’t been a criminal case in the court for a week. Getting Ready. — The two hose companies yesterday bad their hose and other apparatus out for a thor ough overhauling, to he ready for an other tussle with the destroying ele ment. — <+ - — Picnic Postponed. — VVe are re quested to say that the Sunday School picnic of St. James' Church has been postponed to next Tuesday, the 25th. It is to take place at Colonel Minima's ranch. Everybody is invited to attend. Piochk Bullion. — Eight bars of bullion, valued at $5,624 81, arrived on last evening’s stage from Pioeho, and were shipped on this morning’s train for San Francisco. Refined Bullion.—Tlio Richmond Company shipped yesterday morning by Wells, Fargo A Co., five bars of re fined bullion, valued at $7,905. Accidentally Shot.—Quite a little excitement was created last evening at the O-Pen-Yen club-room, a Chinese gambling bouse on Monroe street, caused by the accidental discharge of n pistol among a number of Celestials congregated about one of The gambling tables. Ab Ooy, the owner of the pis tol, was engaged in gambling, and reaching over the table, the trigger of the weapon came in contact with the edge thereof, exploding one of t he bar rels, the bullet first passing through the leg of See Kee, inflicting ,a flesh wound, and then lodging in the leg of another Chinaman named Yeun Po, inflicting a painful but not dangerous wound. The services of a Celestial saw-bones were called Into requisition to attend the wounded, who were speedily removed, and the game con tinued as though nothing had hap pened. The K K—The engineer at the K K has been busily engaged for several days in putting the machinery in or der, and the engine will probably be started up this afternoon, although the chances are that everything will not be in complete running order for a couple of days. Mr. Arrington, the superintendent, thinks that a few hours will suffice to clear the mine of water, when the work of sinking will be commenced. The shaft is already 70 feet below the sixth level, and when completed to the seventh a drift will be run in the direction of the ore body. Not Kebuildino.—No preparations have yet been made for rebuilding on the burnt district, and unless times improve in the town the probabilities are that the parties owning the ground will not rebuild duriug the present sea son. Box Office Open.—The box office for the Vivian entertainment Friday night is now open at the hall. Per sons desiring to procure eligible seats would do well to apply early, as the house is sure to be crowded in every part. Fob Sale at Tybo.— E. Manley of fers for sale bis boarding and lodging house at Tybo. The house is doing a good business, and a tine opportunity is offered to a purchaser. See adver tisement under the head of "New To day. _ SPECIAL NOTICES. nor notice si All politics! advertising and job work must be paid for in advance. There will be no de viation from this rule. Thk “Golden Rule” is an establishment whore all parties desiring to purchase foods can roly on a one-price system and fair deal ing. Go there, then, everybody, and see ** J»e,”at the GOLDEN RULE STORE,three doors below Hank Knight’s corner, and ad joining Kd Looney’s saloon. Main street. iyll-tf M«nrs. api9 Room* to Let.—We have fitted up the old Criterion Hall, over our store, into suites of r«Kjms, which wo will rent unfurnished for offices or sleeping room*. 1 his is the most desirable location in town, and parties desir ing to rent will do well to inuke immediate application to 0. DUNKEL A CO. je2l-tf Wh it shall we do to be saved? Go to Geo. L. Ott to get your horses shod for $3; all other work t<>r one-third less than the usual price. Work first-class and one price. See advertisement in this papor. myl7-tf MOUII'S. apio Watches and jewelry neatly repaired. If you want to have your watches and jewelry repaired in a workuianliko manner, go to P. Steler’s jewelry store, one door south of S. A shim A Co., Main street. 22-aplOtf - ■■ ■ —♦——— Joe, of the Golden Rule Store, has added to his ordinary stock of goods a line of good and substantial hoots and shoes; also hats and cans. Call and he assured that he soils , CHEAP FOR CASH. ic27-tf Nkw Good*.—The largest stock of Swis mull*, Victoria lawn. Hi shop’s lawn and •lacknette, ju*t arrived at G. Dunkel A Co’s | from New York. Our entire stock of cloth ing is for sale. Special.—An entire new stock just roceirtd at tho Golden Rule, embracing the latest stylos in calico. Cheviot and woolen shirts, summer underclothing, etc., which will be sold CHEAP FOR CASH. je-7-tf —■-—' ■ ■■ — MOCII'S. apl9 -«.-. FCRittSKan Rooms to Lrt.—Amite of two room., haml.omoly furnished, in » private boarding.hou.c. Apply at MRS. BRRNR’S, on Spring .tract. je.’4-tf Ir* cream froor-er and outfit for .alo at the Uolden Ku o. Call and .eeuro a bargain. _ jo27-tf mot'H'N. apl9 -♦ Mocha coffee, tongues mid sounds, smoked halibut, and centennial crackers. Tho above is a Irosh invoice at .Mrs. Ashim’s my'2-tf Gkt your Cigars, Tobacco, Cutlery, Station ery and Notions at the Golden Rule. je2H-tf Scan.—Garden Sood. (lower and vegetable, alfalfa, etc., at Mrs. M. A. Ashim. mr2B-tf --♦ To prkvrnt coRFLAORATtoa and save money, go to Clark's and buy Dowcor’a oil. jelbtf NUtH'S. apl9 Private School ! A PRIVATE SCHOOL MILL^BE opened by MRS. UKTaKL on Hoiulay, the 24th luatant. For the present tho school will be hold in the vostry-room of St. James’ Fpiaoopal Church. . . Term*: For children advanced beyond the Third Header (and including French), per week, 91.50. For children loss advanced, por woek, 91.<jU. ap2i-lm T. DETTER rpAKKS '11IIS METHOD OP INFORMING 1 the public that ho has opened the finest BATHING & SHAVING SALOON In Kuroka, in the building known as the Sil ver Brick, on North Main street. Private entrunce for ludies on Uuel stroet. My patrons aro assured that no pains will be spared for their itc emmodation and com fort. jol5-tf TOR PRINTING OF ALL KINDS, EX • 1 ecuted with dispatoh at the SENTINLL printing Offioe, PRINTING. OwiM to its Superior Facilities, -AT THE SENTINEL OFFICE Can bo executed all Kinds of JOB PRINTING at lower rates Than anv other Office in the State. R. SADLER & CO.. MAIN STREET.EUREKA, NEV. DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Uowd. Dell.'.red Free ol Charge. AO ENTS FOR rOILZIXCMff AND BOMB INSURANCE COMPANIES, ALSO FOR THE California Powder Works, Hercu les Blasting and Sport ing Powder. mar7«tf_ NOTICE UF REMOVAL OUR NEW PLACE OF BUSINESS ON the west side of Main street, in the building formerly occupied by A. Berg, WILL BE OPENED —THIS— Thur«day Evening, May 11th. The public are cordially incited to call and EXAMINE « l' U OOODR. MOORE & McDOUGALL. niyll MISCELLANEO VS. t» W. CBOHKB. T. j.BaUPIH MAUPIN &CROMER Wholesale and Retail Dealers in hardware:. Mill and mining goods, gas PIPES STEAM AND GAS FITTINGS. ■ Iimiw FiiruGliiug RinhIa, STOVES, UN AND COPPER WARE, POW DER AN l> FUSE. WINDLASS ROPE OF ALL SIZES. ETC. We are hImo |ir<-|.Hre<l to Cat and Fit <>»« Fi|M‘. MILL & FURNACE WORK Done on Short notice. Tbe bent quality of Steel, and also Stone Coal. Constantly on hand. Also. Manufacturers ot Tin, Sheet-Iron, Copper Ware. Particular attention paid to all work In our line, and guaranteed to give perfect satisfac tion in every particular. Constantly on hand, Blasting and Giant Powder POWDER. FUSE. CAPS. ETC. auStf MAUPIN & CROMER. For Sale. A GRAND OPPORTUNITY! r|'IIE PUBLIC CAN PURCHASE FOR L CASH, or approved paper, the fallowing described property: Thirty No. 1 Work Horses and Mules; Quartz, Wood and Coal Wagons; Harness Strech ers, Etc., Etc.; or Teams Complete, if De sired; FIVE THOUSAND GOOD SECOND HAND BARLEY SACKS; ONE CART AND HARNESS; Also my Dwelling House, Situate at the bead of Spring street, containing six rooms and a hall; also tho property at tho ftnt of Buel street, known as tho Davis property, consisting of a large Adobe House, con taining fifteen rooms, in excellent repair, suitable for a hotel or lodg ing-house. And tho largo stables adjoining, with a ca pacity of stabling ono hundred head of animals, with a coral attached; -1LSO OJE IRON FRA M K P 1 A N In perfect order, of the celebrated Mathu shek make. All of the above described property I will soil at a bargain. j3-tf W. B. HARRUB. The Best Democratic Paper. FOR. TBB CAMFAZON. The Virginia Evening Chronicle for $4. 'THE POLITICAL EVENTS OF THE X Presidential campaign will bo copiously set forth in the Virginia Evening Chronicle, and tho Daily Edition will be mailed, postage paid, to any address in Nevada or California, front July 1st till the end of November, for $t. The Evening Chronicle has Special Corres pondents in Washington, New York, St. Louis undSun Francisco, and subscribers can rolf upon bo kept thoroughly posted. Tho Comstock Mining Reports and Local Nows of Virginia are more lully detailed in tho Evening Chronicle than in any other newspaper, and being issued but three hours before tho departure of the mail train, its news is 21 hours ahead of the Enterprise. Address EVENING CHRONICLE. je'27-lm Virginia. Nevada. WOODRUFF & ENNOR, \Yliol<'«nl<- and Ketnll Healers in GROCERIES Provisions, Butter, Eggs, Miners’ Supplier —AND— General Merchandise CLASS WARE. CROCKERY WARE, AND WOODEN WARE. PURE WINES AND LIQUORS Constantly on hand. Remember the place: Woodruff k Ennoi'e old itand. Main streot. Eureka. ie'JStf FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. nniE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE X spectfully announce that he has boon ap pointed agent for the Principal American and loreign Eire Insurance Companies, And it now prepared to take insurance in Eureka and Ruby liill. Business promptly attended to. BEN J. C, LEVY. Agency at the office of W. B. Harrub, South Spring street, near Richmond furnace. _jytttf_ THE NEW STORE. MRS. M. A. ASHIM. Corner of Buel and Bateman street*, Eureka. JUST ARRIVED-A WAGON-LOAD OF Centennial Fourth of July goods, consist ing of flags and emblems of all desuriptions. I have a lot of LAIMES’ UNDERWEAR, which 1 will sell below cos:. Vegetables, Fresh from the gurdons of California, arrive on every train. jo27-tf MRS. M. A. ASHIM. I KG A I, MI «NK*>, OF ALL DKSCRII’ j tinnt, printed to order at iha SENTINEL Office. DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Ac. DRY GOODS FOR THE MILJjION s MEYERS & FRANKLIN Beg to inform their ladit and gentlemen friends that tbeir im mense stock of Spring & Summer Dry Goode —AND— CLOTH I N G Has arrived, and they invite them to inspeat the beautiful foods at their establishment before purchasing elsewhere. Their stock consists in part of SUMMER SILKS In plain, plaid and stripes, of newest shades. PONGEES AND MOHAIR GOODS! Carmelite Cloths, Baleros, Lawns, Linens, Etc. An endless variety in Hosiery, Embroidery Corsets, Kid Gloves, Laces, etc, l’nrasols Isa all Colore and Maas, Ladies’, Misses' and Children’s Trimmed Hats of the very latest styles from the most fashionable milliners. LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S BUTTONED AND LACED SHOES OF THE VERY BEST MAKERS. DUE CLOTHING DEPARTMENT Is complete, and should be inspected, as it consists of every article appertaining to a FiistClaaa Clothing Establishment! Our motto is to dive tbe best deeds for the least Jlouey. As one of the firm is residing in San Fran cisco, all orders will be punctually attendod MBYERB ft FRANKLIN ap23 GREAT BARGAINS -AT THE |W|H|I|TjE| |H;0|trS|E[ J. COHN ft BROii Proprietor. O L. O T H 1 N fcH CLOTHING r CLOTHING ! FOR THE MILLION! At'TEU TEN DAYS’STEADY UNPACK ing, we are now ready to meet our customers; aad offer to the public the moat complete and extensive stock of SPRING ft SUMMER CLOTHING That has ever been brought to this part of the country, at prices so low as te astonish the closest buyer; THE 8T6CK, Consists of new and beautiful patterns of French. English and American osssimero Suits; Diagonal Suits, of the lateet style; Hats, Boots, and Shows, and everything required —nr a— First-Class Clothing Store Wo call especial attention to 300 Caasimer* Suits, at ¥12 50 per auit, and 200 Bonania Suits at ¥17 50. »M»-Don’t purchase before you examine etir mammoth stock."** THE WHITE HOUSE! MAIN STREET. EUREKA, NEV. J. OOBir dt BBO„ * PROPRIETORS yatr