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** San Francisco. Oct. 13. HORNING BOARU. jKI ®Phi.rT?LjM * 21X 22 21* tVurry-18 I8'4 18* 184 S2f*BBl“hor-t8 48* 4J484 <>* \.ircrn«»—42 6l!‘l i:oiut-«l4 22 $ Velio^ Jacket—MX S?E ft Alplj* 17^*7 17^ «m° ®« JlL0“;r,N.v»cla-H 144 144 $ &•--»'*:tt ;Ub> ?«««&$ lJjJullll-82* ni CaIaIoiiib * nv ou 24 ?*mne«niUt 2 jjfi iglodrille-J 24 5cwi«“*Vs «; ^1-3.34 fU.fl.HiH-FX ,D Ko^eath—1 «* !!«AndPN—4 ID uvulbRO-U ),i AnAion-1 ,WMoruingMar-3ji4 KVK*l*tt BOARD. M&P.,rd-r4’l3!<lSlSJ< j|i JHT«r«oti-U< JI vifr herD B>lle-29 SSS^at «i! Chuno' -Jf7c 7oc .1 IlllO'ii > Central 1 ■ > Califurnia —*il i<0'4 &>b!K) 'tlb5 Mi And**-4 10 Justice-dl* ;12 31 4 bv U?aduir \ alley—2 lb.j 2 a i>, fitvmoiid A Kly—20 20 *r 30 .iji Baraka Con.—110 pj Adams llill—2‘» 3 j't Belmont—1 4 ll*i Oj’hir 0414 64H 'H rioriJa—4 >»j Mexican-22 4 22 4 i) Crown Point—22 w 30 1’u‘od Con— 0*4 2-z Beat A Hole bur -i.) V 50 ;»i ,\ Nevada -1444 iw duiild A Curry-la‘a 10 H lo S*r»2o—01 II* Ha.e A Nurcross-44 1*1 lows-2 S 2* fttreet (tuoUtloin-O p. m. Con. Virrims—dOJ bid i all orma-oO bid bphir—d e bid A Beiehor—4S V sales Mexican-22 * sales 'ion! A Curry— 1 » H sales Crown Point-22 bid b%>»cb»*r—17 r sales Uwmsn-45 bid Cballar—*i7 bid Mirage-Ml bid Hil*A Norciuss—41 bid Andwi-H^Ba I uioQ Cun. >» bid iiaill'JO -4u bid Jjtfic—«1 i i»id Uuuiville—'l» sales LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. nwim;v<»! H <iiif.i>Rt:x. Repealed complaints have been maile recently by people residing in the low part of town in regard lo I lie prieiioa of children building tires in pacos which en l inger the property in that vicinity. In the absence of a city p'Vvfuinent. which would tiave the I"W to enact and cutorce un ordi :in« prohibiting the practice, we kuo* of no means by which it cun lie o."P|ied except by the parents exur O'lng their autlioriiy; or ii they are derelict in llieir duty in tliat res|>ect, perhaps ihe circumstances would jus '■(» His application of a moderate i|«nli!vof strap nil to the nether turm loii'of juvenile apine, even by muon MKiiineniis parties. The following ; "l,m|iani 'Hiion from a citizen residing [ jot'ir endangered section is applicable I tuthecase: Euhkka, Oct 13. Ei>,Szxtiskl: Permit me through Jwrcolumns to call attention to the dang»r to which the people residing in '• vicinity of North Spring street HTH For some tinio past <*hil rt-n m th-tt vicinity Imvh endangered d»eiowu by Imin* allowed to kindle . hi d.in^eroii^ places. For in M'iw yesterday about 5 o'clock i\ Jr. no less than three tires wore built, »o inch, »mi one outside the Mini corral, and two of them direullv ‘t,1B **•«'». Would it not be ad ’ «f>inethintf to prevent u ‘•petition of tliis practice? ClTIZKN. Examination Concluded.—The ex-1 ,min»lio» «*f Antonio Izwadde was "'"t,a,W ys'torday in llio Police i!""1' ,llH ro(|iiost of the District .•y.J'MlhwBt.auy postponed tlic •k: "*,n*nt of ids decision until e,i,i„ ',r"luKi although lie slated at the Sr"' 01 ",e >c-til..oUy that he 2JT? r**'ly to render it. Tile evi li,,.. '*K1 witnesses for tlie prosecti (h»rS",V7y ‘•'."dieting and the dls t“,«f doubt t,eteut***nt >" bardly a mat* ItWN with Gout.—The lovers of ' lMo"s bivalve missed their ac S°mBtl nystors at the .Silver Hrick ivjT'f- ‘"'b® Friedenberg says ill,1. * net his fault; that Davo ate ei« of w7VKte'•-* “"d drank half a doz ing ,,,, "e 141 a silting. Dave, on be save that ,,<>'a'ed. bail naught to say •r a '11'‘"couldn't help H. Altogeth but «»,_ ll4r,‘ lines on the customers, and ,wJ‘yMt6rs nrrlve litis morning. Wieg«ni ’ ■“ Wl*rning, is laid up with "IDui and Is a sight to behold. lb«<\®lcow* The Elko f'ti.it alludes to 1 ls»p|iearanue of snow front tlie fr fKalis ®>*stern Nevada the *n extraordinary cir n",*rbelhra 'S"''h 11 "*ing, il says, has tioii „|. r,e ‘"''■Hi red in tiie recolleo "hols ""■n. John Henry King, these n«n 0 (*l,stre~liable inhaliitant in Pitted in ib., w'y* t!l« *»nie thing hap mo Summer of 1730. lb»t ***1':NIKI>-—We learn rehearT >’lllir,i,ri<) Court has denied the ,|||l.\WiiTl<”'1 ,or l,y Messrs. Wren Ellto. Tiit ‘V l,110 u“'"’ of Eureka vs. tW|0 far '^niteiy settles tlie mat* M luo courts are concerned. THE BOAD MEETING. The road meeting at tlie Court-house last night was not very numerously attended. Judge W. H. Davenport was c died to the chair, when the com mittee appointed at the previous meet ing to view out the different routes be tween Eureka and Belmont reported substantially as follows: The distance, actual measurement, by way of the Wil lows was ascertained to be 104J4 miles; that this is by far tlie host route, being entirely free of mountain ranges and m all respects a most excellent road its entire length, needing but a few trilling repairs at two or three points; tiiat tile the people ol Belmont have expressed a willingness to put their end of the road in good condition; that Billy Nichols, ol the llay Ranch, lias agreed to expend $100 in repairs in his imme diate vicinity, and that a gentleman residing near tlie Devil's date will at once put tlie road in thorougli repair in that section. The committee report ed an outlay of $20 iu viewing out tlie road. Die rep irt was received and the commit ee discharged from further duty. It having been shown that cer tain Improvements were necessary on this end of the route, just outside of town, a second committee was appoint ed, consisting of Messrs. Arrington, Hinckley, Fletcher, Clark, and some one else, whose name escaped our re porter, to| look out the route along Small pox ravine and soon in tlie di rection of tlie Devil’s dale. This cnui uiittee was fully empowered to raise means and construct a road over tlie proposed line, if on examination such a course was deemed advisable. Tlie meeiing then adjourned. This aetion seems to settle the matter of the best and most practicable route between Eureka and Belmont. Postmaster Wilson informs us that Mr. Ciuggage will stock tlie rou e with a daily line of stages on or about the 1st of Novem ber. Minkrs’ Union Hall.—The Miners’ Union ball takes place to-morrow night. It is to lie given at the halt of the Union, at Ruby 1 III 1. The ante rooms of the hall have lately been re moved and constructed on the outside ol the building, thus adding consider able space to the hall itself, making it one ot the largest ami most comforta ble in the .Stale. The Union is quite heavily involved by reason of large drafts on Us funds of late to meet charitable purposes. The miners are ihe maia stay of the district, the dis bursements ot their regular monthly earnings going far in the direction ol the eniianceinant of the general pros perity of all crunches of business and trade, and it is but right amt proper that their annual hall should lie liber ally patronized by the business com munity. In all parts of the country the hardy in ner is proverbial for put ting up his money freely on ill worthy objects, and they seldom, as a body, call on the rest of the community for contributions of any kind, in view of these noteworthy facts, ami further considering that a grand time may lie anticipated by all who attend, the an nual bail Friday night, should ami doubtless will be a most gratifying success. The people of Kureka owe it to the boys on [he Hill to make their benefit a rouser. Cost of tub Wak. — Lieutenant Governor Adams lias kindly given us the figure*.representing the total cost ol the White Fine Indian war. They are not large, showing,that Mr. Adams lias faithfully and honestly looked after the best interests of the State. The whole hill only foots up (13,500, a mere bagatelle considering the num ber of men called nut from this place, White Fine and Fioche. The accounts allowed by the Lieutenant Governor are all just attd will of course he paid, l'lte amount is too iiisiguilleaiit to cre ate opposition in any (piarier, and every fair minded man will concede that it should lie paid. Mr. Adams’ estimates do not include the pay ol the men who, in re-ponse to the Gov ernor's call, dropped their #1 per day to go to the front, it is hut an act ol simple justice that they he paid for their time, but that is a m JUer depend ing entirely on the liberality ol the next Legislature. Mr. Adams has per tormed his work well ill connection with this business, and is very prop erly entitled to the lhauKs of the peo ple of the Slate. SlTBTKRRANKAN li.W.h. — We ac knowledge the receipt of an invitation from Itev. C. 11. Marshall to attend a lia-ket picnic and subterranean ball, which was announced to come olf yes terday morning in Marshall Tunnel, in the bowels of Leavenworth mountain, Ill Colorado Territory. The party was given l>v Mrs. Marshall, mother of our Episcopal clergyman, and the scene nl festivities a chamber In the tunnel S10 tent from the mouth and 600 feet be neath the aurface ol the earth. The in vitation stated that ttie guests would be conveyed to the hall-room in palatiai rock 'cars, and that the festivities would tie prolonged until ten boxes of wax candles were consumed. Owing to the foot race yesterday we were un able to accept the invitation to partici pate in the pleasures of this novel terp siclioreaii entertainment, tut hope the enjoyment of the guests was as free from alloy as the precious metals by which they were surrounded. -+ The Foot-race.—The foot race of 150 yards, best three In live, which was run yesterday on South Main street by Net! Bran nun, Alf. Chart* and Indian Pete, was won by Brannan, who was the favorite in the pools from the commencement to the end. Toe first heat was won by Chart*, the sec ond by Braun »n, the third by Chart*, ami the fourth and fifth by Brannan. IVte weakened after the second heat and withdrew from tlte contest. There was a large crowd of.spectators present and considerable money changed hands, at heavy’ odds, -however, upon Brannan. The' writer lieieof lost a couple of weeks’ salary on the skn ii nki.'s high stepper and bus no heart to give a more extended account of the melancholy event. Esther Charter No. 2, meets tills evening, at Masonic Hall, at Wa o'clock. A full attendance is request ed, as buxines of Importance will oouie before the chapter. W. A. Durley, Secretary. PERSONAL. Lieutenant Governor Adams arrived from his ranch in Nye county yester day morning, and departed by the Railroad stage in the evening, for the Capital. He looks rugged after his journeyings through theGreAt East. Mrs. Isaac Whisler and sister, Miss Belle Torryson, were among the de partures for the west last evening They go to Carson, and Mr. W hisler having determined to wind up his affairs here, their departure may be considered per manent, much to the regret of Eureka society. Major McCoy left some days ago for the western part of the Slate and Cali fornia, on Centennial and other busi ness. Mrs. McCoy will return with him at the expiration of about three weeks. James T. Mathewson, of Hamilton, came over on yesterday’s stage to meet a frieud expected up ou this morning’s train. Father Monteverde was among the passengers from Pioche yesterday. We believe he stops over a few day*in Eureka. Thomas Murphy, the well known boot and shoe dea.er, took his depart ure lor tide-water last evening. He expects to be absent during the Win ter. E. B. Miller occupied an outside seat on last evening’s west-bound coach. We did’nt learn his destination. Counselor Wren made n visit yester day afternoon to the end of the rail road track, at the Six-mile House. He says we may look for the iron horse here one week from to-day. CREAI/N MHKLTIMI FFRXACK. We mentioned in Tuesday’s Senti nel that Henry C. Creal, the patentee of an improved smelting furnace, had arrived in town. His visit here is for tiie purpose of introducing his im provement, which he is confident can be operated successfully with the ores of this district. We have examined tiie diagram and heard Air. (.'real's ex planation of the principle of tile work ing ot his patent, and are of tiie opin ion that it is worthy of the considera tion of our furnace men. Tiie patentee claims that through tiie application of a new principle in tiie introduction of heat to the ore to lie reduced, and also i lie peculiar arrangement of the draft, a degree of heat is attained by w hich ordinary milling oies are reduced to a iiipiiil state in thirty minutes w ithout affecting tiie fire-rock lining of tiie fur nace. Charcoal is entirely dispensed with, and Mr. (. real asserts tiial after the lurnace is once heated four cords of wood w ill run it for twenty-four hours ami will reduce in tiiat time sixty tons of ore. Ity a combination of chemicals in one of tlie combination Hues, all the precious metals which are usually car ried off in the smoke are arrested and de'acheil before they reach the main slack. He alsoclaims to haveovercoine tiie poisonous fumes nuisance by an oxygenizing process, which consumes all Hie deleterious substances before they leave the furnace. At Chey enne City one of Mr. Croat's fur naces is in successful operation which lie Informs us recently reduced a ton of milling ore in 25 minutes, and from tiie bullion prudueed an excels of 11 9 ID grams of gold was shown over three fire assays made by a* many different assayers. Tiie cost of the furnace is from $5,000 to $10,000, according to the size and finish. The gentleman appears confident that his patent will in every respect confirm the above slaiement, and is desirous of testing the matter by actual experi ment in this district. Public School—The school failed to open yesterday, in accordance with the announcement. These repented de lays have not been the fault of either the trustees or the principal, but of ttie w irkmeti, who h ive repeatedly failed to complete the building in compliance with their promises. This time the trustees have given the contractor twice the time lie has asked for, and there is no doubt that school will open next Monday. A Hall at Alpha.—Ithas been sug gested that a grand ball tie given at Alpha on the completion of ttie Kure ka and Palisade Railroad. An excur sion of this kind, by special train, would tie a great novelty in this sec tion and beyond question would attract a large share ol our pleasure loving l>eop!e, who would jump at. the ehance to he relieved of the monotony of routine business and everv-day lite on tiie liase Range. On witli the danee. Removal.— Muhieon’s "Free and Easy” has boon removed from Buel street to ths basement under Whitten's store, on the cor ner of Main and Clark streets. Those who ilosiro to |uiss a pleasant evoninR and enjoy ihe t'uultJvST brands of liquors and cigars, will givo tho Muldoon a call. olltf To I.kt—A front apartment, suitable fora bed-room, or two rooms suitably l'orn family. Inquire at tho Sentinel otlico. oli-lw4' -+ Thirty Rarrels Crushed and Granulated Sugar, at 17 cents per pound; 30 kits Mack erel, at It 30 per kit. fur sale at Ashim A tiro's. Coin on delivery. o7tf .mini's. mh4 UcssiAM Mustard, which combines what no other Mustard duos—the tasto and aroma of horse-radish with that of mustard, for sale at tuylor’s. splitf Mechanics’ and Minors’Tools, of overy de scription, cheaper than tho lowest, at the Pioneer Cheap Store of Ashim tiros. spl7tf -- ♦ —— mollis. mht Economy is wealth, and to make a dollar, poruso the now advertisement of Ashim Bros. spl7tf Notice.—Uncle Manbeim, corner Main and Clark streets, will dispose of 850 American l,«v or Clocks at t4 DO apiece; former price, »7 to »8. jy.iO It. Ma.nulim. Smith’s Crushed Whont, in two-pound packages, at Taj lor’s. sptWtf -— .. Heckle's Extra Fumily Self-rising Flour, in six-pound puckages, at Taylor’s, sp'-tltf Anothlu arrival of thoso famousOnondago Apples, in three-pound cans, at Taylor's. _»pa»u'_ Hfll'irN. mht -« Triple Wine Vinegar, tho finest in tho market; just received by Taylor. sp2Utf White Ducx Pants, only six bits, at Ashim Brothers. sp!7tf Just received, at Taylor’s, a large invoice of Geo. L. Kingsley’s Celebrated Red Bluff Gloves, embracing puk and button gauntlets, stage-driver, heavy and light gloves, and a fuil line of buckskin mittens, which will be sold cheap for cash. 08 Thk little “Golden Rule” Variety Store, two doors north of Wells, Fargo k Co’s Ex press, M. H. Joseph, proprietor. Gentle men’s course and fine underwear, pipes, ci gars, tobacco, stationery and fancy goods. All in good variety, and sold CHEAP FOR CASH. o-itf Whortlrbf;rrik8, Yankee Pumpkin, and fresh Mackerel, in cans, at Taylor’s. spl7tf MUCH'S. mh4 Robiwsok’8 Pure Scotch Oatmeal, in one pound packages, at Taylor’s. sp29tf FALL AND WINTER GOODS! MEYERS & FRANKLIN Have just Reoceived their Immense Shipment of New Goods! Bought by our Mr. Meyers, in The Best Market, for Cash! The ladies of eureka and sur rounding districts will have tbe largest and most varied assortment of general dry goods to select from that has ever been placed in the Eureka market, comprising tbe most Elegant and Fashionable Styles in New Dress Goods, viz: New Matolasse Suitings. llighlaud l'laid Suitings, in all the'Clans. Black and Colored French Kusse. Persaillo Pongee I’laide, plain goods to match. Plaid Croite Carrean. French Merenos, French Taffetas, Cash mere, Drap do Ete, Ac. Block and Colored Silks, Shawls, Mantles, and Jackets. Childrens’ Misses’ and Ladies’ Velvctkand Felt Hats, Trimmed in great variety. The Underclothing Department Is replete with everything a lady could wish for. Ladies’ Gauntlet and two-button Kid Gloves, in all colors and sizes. Silk Ties, Ribbons, Laces, Ac. Our Fur Department Comprises, Minks, Sable, Astrachan and Hudson Bay. The Domestic Department Is full of the very best makes, at very low prices. White and Colored Blankets, Comforts, Ac., in all sizes and qualities. The Boot Department Is running a first-class stock of everything New in Children’s, Misses’, Ladies’ and Gent’s Boots, Shoes and Slip pers, from the best makers. Trunks, Valises, Ac. Gentlemens' Ready-made Clothing and Underwear We make a specialty. The material and workmanship we guarantee. MEYERS & FRANKLIN. P. S.—At one of the fi»m resides in San Francisco, we will attend to all orders in trust'd to us with promptness. oh M 1,1 KhS k FRANKLIN. L. W. CKOMKO. T. J. MAUPIN. MAUPIN & CROMER Wholesale and Retail Dealers in HARDWARE, Mill and mining goods, gap PIPES STEAM AND GAS FITTINGS. IIiiuih> Fiiruiftliiiitc iioeils, STOVES. TIN AND COPPER WARE. POW DER A N D F VS E, WI M>l, ASS ROPE OF ALL SIZES, ETC. tVe are also preparnl to Cut and Fit (•an HILL & FURNACE WORK Done on Short notice. Tin1 lies) quality of Steel, and also Stone Goal. Constantly on hand. Also. Manufacturers ol Tin, Sheet-Iron, Copper Ware. Particular attention paid to all work in our line, and guaranteed to give porfoct tatisfac tion in every particular. Constantly on hand. Blasting and Giant Powder Pt.WDEH, FUSE. CAPS, ETC. au5tf MAUPIN k CROMER. YOUNG’S CONFECTIONERY! Cl A N D1ES, FRIT ITS, N UTS A N D Cl IN FEC / TION KUY manufactured by myse'f, at tho new Confectionery Store, on Main Street, two doors south of Ashim Bros. No Old Imported Confectionery! All Confectionery Manufactured by Myself. I DEFT OPPOSITION! lyil-rf M. YOUNG. For Sale at Cost. Desiring to quit the business. my entire stock of goods, including a General Assortment of Mer chandise and Miners’ Supplies, IS FOR SALS AS COSS. All person* indebted to me aro requested to make immediate payment of their account*, or fniling 10 do so, to execute intarest-bcaring note*. My *toro, on tho corner of Main and Claik street*, will ho FOR RENT on and after No vember 1, lt7u. _ „ otitf J. S WUITTON. MISCELL ANEO US. 1874. 1875. FIRST ANNUAL BALL! -OF THE RUBY HILL MINERS’UNION WILL BE GIVEN IN BUST HILL, ON Friday Zlv'ng, Oct. 19,1979. COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS! Frank Fitzpatrick John McAulej A U McKenzie F Burt A Randolph M O’Connor Goo llenrr INVITATION COMMITTEE: BVBT hill. M L Gedy M McGowan W H Halo F Fitzpatrick Geo Henry John Getto ChasCrosa James Stanton Morg Karanagh Chaa W Perley W C Congdon 8 H Potter F Wallace J McGuinness W A Jones A Nixon Rein Atkina E E Fine John Lambert J Kyle M Kyle DJJ McLanghlia 8 11 Kichey Joe Ferguson .lames Reilly John Theghan M Moore Joe Rossiter Pat Rossiter Wm Richards WmStonson Hugh Hamilton L Lynch Cbas McDonald Geo Harbor W Gibbons BUBKKa. Hon FW Cole W H Shaw Hon Thoa Wren W 8 Keyes lionG W Cassidy John Dennis Hon W B Bartlett G W Gilmore R M Iieatty L C Kelly Hank Knight Frank Wittenberg Clay Simms Luther Clark W m Smith Pete Cannaran Frank Clearland Ed Looney T J Read Dan Immel A E Davis SUuldstone A M Ilillhouse G W Merrill Geo Baker Judge Bailey M J Cody James Reilly JCColgan Chris Murtha W 11 Clark 0 Dunkel Thos Haley Selden llotzel Judge Davenport Ed Bluett A L Edwards RECEPTION COMMITTEE. James Stanton John Dunlap John Monahan John Flavin W H Hale M McGowan R Gillespie John Hancock Hugh Chisholm FLOOR DIRECTORS: Frank Wallace W H Miller Morg Karanah Joe ltossiter Mat Kyle Rein Atkins. FLOOR DIRECTOR. ...ML CODY Tbs Beat basic Obtainable will ba Securest. CARRIAGES will run free of charge be tween Ruby Hill and Eureka, to convey la dies and gentlemen to and from the Ball. Carriages will leave the Parker House, Euroka, every half hour, commencing at 7 •’cluck r. u., and will be run all night. TICKETS.FIVE DOLLARS. sp:iO td NEWlOODS, NEW FIRM I i R. SADLER & CO., Eureka, Nevada. Branch Store, Hamilton, Nevada. rpllE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF GEN X eral Merchandise in the State can be found at R. SADLER & CO’S, In the Building formerly occupied by OBERFELDER & HARRISON AND WILL BE SOLD AT She Lowest Possible Prices. Mining Companies, Miners, Far mers, Country Merchants, Restaurant A Boarding House-Keepers, Fami lies, and Others Buying Goods, will Bnd it to their advantage to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere. OUR. STOCK or CLOTHING, GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS Cannot be atirpaiiaed. Customer* ran rely on luir and liborel dealing, liooda duliverod in Eureka and iti vicinity free of charge. AOESTS for the London Fire Insuranoe Corporation, For the California Powder Works, Hercu les, Blasting, Sportinr Powder and Fuse. ALSO, FOR BABB'S WIBE FESOE. Jeft-tf Ir you want to hare your watohea and Jew elry repaired in a workmanlike manner, go to P. Sister's jewelry store. Jy7-tf UISCKLLA NKO US. OLD DAVD 8TILL ALIVEI He has just returned from the Bay City, where he haa selected aad purchased the LARGEST AND LATEST ASSORTMENT -0» General Merchandise Ever Broofht to Eureka, And those who desire to coayiaee themselves ot hia taste, aad the quaatity aad QUALITY OT Hit GOODS, WILL PLEASE Call and See Him! Before Pnrchaaia* Elsewhere. HU (took eoaslat* of everythin*. From a Cambric Needle To an Anchor! From a Pair of Overalls To the Finest Bait of Clothing! And from a Keg of Sour Kraut To a Can of “Pate de Gras." A, it require, too much space to mention every article, he solicit* hi, old friend, and acquaintance, to call around and examine hi, itoek. oStf North Main atreet. Eureka. I. P. Moore. 3. B. McDeagalL FALL IMPORTATION. First of the Season. FIRST SELECTION OF THE MARKET -AND THE Cheapest Stock -OF DRY GOODS! —EVER BROUGHT INTO THE STATE OF HEY AO A. HAVING A THOROUGH KNOWLEDG* of the kind of goods required, and wbat goods arc worth, we want the public te call and inspect our stock of Staple and Fancy j Dry Goods, which for quality, quantity and prices are unknown to this section of this State. Dress Goods! We call special attention to this leading de partment, in which are te be found the lateet styles. BLACK GOODS a specialty; the beet that ara imported. Drap d'Ete Caahmere, Sublime in all qualities, sold at Eaatern prteee. DOM EIT1CI, A very large Steak. Blankets! Blankets! All me*, colors, quantity nnd quality. Call and inspect them. Shoes, Shoes! A fine asaortment, of the bast makete, at tha very loweat prime. Table Linens, All qualities, kind and eolonr*. Enumera tion being tedious, therefore we invite nil te give us a call and inspect our stock, aad the, will not go away dissatisfied. MILLINERY. This stock will arrire in a few days, trlmased to order by the aiost h ashiooable Milliner of dan F raneiseo. Our Store Closes -ON SUNDAYS. MOORE & McDOlIGALL sepaatf F. D. DURKEE, Watchmaker and Jeweler, POSTOFFICE, EUREKA WATCHES AND CLOCKS RE PAIRED with nealness and dispatch. All kinds of bard selMt jewelry work dune in worknuaUffc* manner, Pipe-lsneUag in the latest sty e. i N. B.—Particular attention to all watch work, and satisfaction guaranteed. 4*