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EUREKA DAM SENTINEL.
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, MOND/ YS EXCEPTED, BY CASSIDY & DENNIS JOHN H. DKNNIH. GKO. W. (aSSIDY TERMS OF SFIiSCRIPTION: One copy, one* yonr, by mail......$!-r> 00 One copy, «*ix months, by mail.... K 00 One copy, three months, by .mail . 5 00 No papers forwarded until paid for. GRAND CARNIVAL -AT BICELOW’S HALL, -ON CHRIST IVT A S EVE, f'rl.lnj, llrrraibi'r '.Mill. One Hundred and Forty Select Cos tumes will Arrive by the 12th December. 1’nrtia* dn*lrin» to rent eo-Mmrs. aI*o per son* il -*iruu* uf * enuring * "it* a* *p1 -tator*. wi I idea*.! coll oo 1’rofcMir llaeli, i t Bige low’* 11,11. TlirfP Klrgant I’rtne, will lip IH« trilmled: lit—To flip i>«t sustained character, a Silver Kruit Stand. M—To the best tlre'icd in costume, a tiolil Medal, tli • bo*t t rcsctl child in costume, a Si. o r Cup. 7b, pri-es will bo on exhibition at J. Straus'jow.dry store. (Vvmwitteo on I'rua* wi'l be chestn by the • udl. lice. Ciiiiiinli toe <>l *rraiuiw«iit»: 1,1'HKK A. 1 .1 '.dm .idor M it Xta tlott J V. hill.." Sol A Inn Jtr \| It Clrimblin l«"iij t l.evy J -t ail*. I'rl. Terrv l’r A ♦ ! i i-liup M I I nm- lin I ti.iodfi i. nd " r Iternanl li .! I uni— W f 11 il*!.. II A l i upheH " n Collin* A Has II II Kind Max 1 >ber alder b le.ewy ( i. II ibbard Mr Ander*on A K I'itua ' -I l.aii'in* \v 'iniib .1 Han* an 1 tv Na h*n Ne- 'immen* J Mel'onJat J * ol.u lieo liillii * A >, Nave I 'avid Manh itn M Young Si M John** n i b i* 1 i*Ke |i |; linnet Tho* \» ri n J i: Itro.vn t\ o \i »dch .1 iv.i Shu nbnr 1’ K 1 ‘uiIy J.d Aub !'t Hundley ltl’BY H1 L(,. Jt»*n Atkin, WntCongdon J a 'o'* K v 1 < Win h roiioh ,J. hi! l.a lb rt H mb Hamilton ,1,-tui l oad v Kmanu d I elgla*. Hr .*r Hamilton Mr St».|i*. ii Mat K>lo Nicli'.la* H orrey Hit'll.MOM) MINK. I' I'noitrr Win Miirhell Sir.Sulnvan .Indite I Mint H \ M Il.TcN CITY. Jovlirv 1 * u* h .lame* I i I il-' hum Kiddle J T MadisuO t:ie best music Obtainable in tin- State baa Inn-n niuritired f--r tb - ia*eiiaiuii t ranw Kogelbutb'a full ui ch-*stra, THE GRAND 0 MINI V A I, MARCH nml tin- Ivy t lull I atio-ra* Ouinlrille w i I b-itittru ili.o il nr the flint Inuu ill I'.-iri-kn. j.v.l t'liol. L. BAOE BAL MASQUE! TO BK GIVEN' AT 1 > I A TV A 1 I A I a I a, FOR THE FUN OF THE BOYS AND GIRLS, ON THE NIGHT OF — I! V — ZVZZS3 J33NICZ22 SIXAItP. TICKETS, : : : ON'K 1>0LLAII EACH, d.td A GRAN B BALE WILL BE G1V uii at tho WIM-OH'N HACK TRACK, On FRIDAY EVENING. December -'ll, ll>7 >. The Best of Music Him boon d, nnd n» l*nin* will b<‘ Hj*un d to lUtiko thin tho tiiiu.-u ulliiir ol tu • senton. EVERYBODY IS CORDIALLY INVITED. 'I lcliCla, including supper, S-T 41 >td __ T,F. HAM. YOI rs <■ CONFECTIONER Y! /"T A N D1 KS, FRUITS. N UTS AND CON FIX’ V; TluNKKY miuiufiuturoil by myuo't, ut tho now ‘'onfoctiunvry JMoro, on Main Street, two doors south oi Ashiiu Bros. No Old Imported Confectionery ! All Confectionery Manufactured by Myself. I DEFT OPPOSITION! 'ya-tf 11. YOUNG. MI SC ELL A NEO US. rr ii ic EUREKA AND PALISADE R all road! HAS BEEN Completed to Eureka, And the Company is now ready to carry pas sengers and freight over the road With Regularity and Dispatch. Train• will run as follows until further notice: FtiNNriiger Trnisi* Leave fiurek i daily at. 3:-’0 a. v Arrive at I'ali-aie at.10.00 a. m Making con- etion with East and West Bound Trains of the Centr al Pacific Railroad. ■let ii ml u tf: Leave l’nli*ade at. 4:00 i». u. Arrive at eureka mi.10;A) i*. m. Irrliilit mill %<•«•<» m mo Hlion Troiii* neave Kureka daily at.,. 7:00 a. m. Arrive mi I'a isado at. - >0 i . m. L« live Lalisade daily nr... 7.1» a. m. Arrive at Eureka at. o:-vU r. si. Tbo Company will deliver freight to Hamilton, Pioche, Tybo, Reveille, Belmont, AND ALL POINTS SOUTH, l?y its teams, with rare and dispatch and at the lnweat rates. n„7tf 1*. l.lt IK, General SiiipT. EUREKA AND PALISADE TELEGRAPH COMPANY. OFFICE Wiih Wells, Fargo &. Co, Main street. Eureka. / 10NNECTS WITH THE ATLANTIC \ and Pacific T cI< graph linos at Palisade. Message* sent to all points on tbo Pacific Coa*t and Eastern States. n'.Ttf I*. EVERTS, General Sup't. Antonio Ferraris, practical 1JOOTM AK E It. MAIN STREET, EFKEKA, A few door* above Odd Fellow*' Hall. 'pH K REST OF FITS M A I)K <»UT OF TH K 1 best ol material, turned out ol thi* shop. Ladies' Work Made to order and guaranteed to til. I reach dres-inff for ladle*’ ai.d children's • shoe* kept on Land. d tf ANTONIO FKHRARIS. Eureka Drug Store! .\ett Door to Fargo A < o'* Of la re. \\ bore can be found Freeh and Pure Medicines Patent Medicines of all Kinds, Perfumery and Toilet Articles or ALL KI.\I>K. Cnreful attention gicen to the |prc|i»r:itior> of PHYSICIANS* PRESCRIPTIONS, Having had a practical knowledge in thisiio I for more than twenty-live years, i apjitt F. J. SPHNKI DKK, Druggist. _—— -— JUST RE C El Vi. D J. H. MICHEL’S, MAIN ST., Kt'KKKA, First door above \V. II. Stowell’s Drug Store, A fresh stock of stationery of *11 kind*. Cigars and Tobacco, Mcerschuam 1’lpes. CutUry, Toy.*, And fancy poo l, of all kind*. N. 1J.-A choice lot of AbliL’MS for holi day prefont*. dktt | SNETSINGER & HENDERSON, WHOLKHaUC AND HKTAIL DKALKRS IN G1TO O B HIE S Provisions, Buttor, Eggs, Minors’ Supplio» —and— General Merchandise GLASS WAllE, CHOCK FRY WAR', A : WSODEN WARE. PURE WINES AND LlftUOl. i Constantly on Land. Remember the |d«co: Woodruff A mu nld stand. Vain si rod. Barak*. UILIH i A I*-• UR r IKK! EA Ok, |) and cards, jiriuled at tho SEN 11 • i otUee, to order. WATCIlhS JlAVELltY, <fr. GRAND BENEFIGIAL PUBL1CSALE! H. MANHEIM, Corner of Mnin a lit I Clark Street*, iu Ueo. Timelier A Co'* Stone Itnllillngr, Knrrkn. Hasan* immense sto< k of val ■iabl<; and elegant gO('vt«. and foreseeing that they cun not !>■ sold, or any part there.', at p golur prices, offers there articles to the public in general at the following reduced rates: Silver Watches. 22 6-oz. Watchea, P. 8. Bartlett move ment, key-windorz.$26 50 23 5-ox. Watches*, 1*. S. Bartlett move ment. key-winders... 24 2-") 15 5-o/. Elgin Watch ?, b.W. lawnoiid movement. 23 50 5 5-oz. Howard, full-jeweled move ment. 51 50 12 6-oz. P, Bartlett lull jeweled stem winder!1. 33 50 8 5-oz. I*. 8. Baitlett full-jeweled stem winder-.. 28 75 5 5-oz. Elgin, full jeweled stom wiaider.*1. 28 50 Cold Watches. 12 New P. 8. Bartlett stem-winders, I oz. case. Id carat. $87 *10 9 NS ulfham VVateb Co., d:-9 o/,.,cuse, Id carat. 92 5ft 7 S'* in. Roll >, 8 o/.. case, 11 earar. 75 00 Silo vard key-winders, '6% ox., 16 carat. 105 00 y Howard stem-winder*, 4 oz , eng’rs., 18 carat. 110 00 1) Howard, various brand, Cold Watches, including English cap lever, from.50 00 to 85 00 Cold Vest-chains. 4» Assorted vest-chains, French pattern, 12 carat, at Vic ai.d oOe fir dwt 25 Assorted vest-chains, with trimming, 12 carat, at (tie and 70c per dwt. These chains weigh from 25 to 70 dwt, so in purchasing you can select any size, weight ami pattern. Ladies' Watclies, Opera and Waist Chains. y .^tern-winder enain< led watches, 11# oz. ease, $*5, $45, $■>•>, $7 <. 7 Stem-win ler enamelol watches, oz. i meats, > *o, $02 Mi, $70. 0 Mo.-winder plain watches, 2 oz. case, i>wi'i*, $2->. $V», $10. 8 Heavy, solid gold waist-chains, 12 and 14 carat tine, at 7 k* per dwt. 12 Heavy, so id gold opera chains, 12 and 14 carat tine, at 8 »c per dwt. 10 Heavy. solid gold Scantine, 12 and 14 cura tine, a BV per d*.?t. t'Oi»i AL. FKAKL and various other sots with precious stones, at $18, $25, $.10, r.'ti, $ «o. $4 i, $ Ml, V). lO’iS' ts cna n *led plated jewelrv. broach and ami «•>< r-rings at ?4, w4 Ml. $0 Ml, $U M). 05 Fairs ear-lings, ut $2 50, $•!, $H 50, $5. California Manufactured Quartz . Jewelry. Thrift mtides I will dispose of at lower fig ures than the manufacturer sells them to the trade: 15 Sets rich quartz broach and oar-rings, at 50. 57 50 <40, 742 50. 15 Pair sb evo-hnttons, fur ladies and gents, at 512 50. $15, $17 50. 10 Set** stud-, for ladies and gonts, at $5 50. 3- > 50, 3b 50. Shawl Pins, Cuff Pins, Glove Buttons, Ac., will be sold in proportion at the same low rates. 150 Sets fronts* shirt studs, plain gold ama lhnst, topaz, rub'-, sapbire, and many otlp-rs to suit different tastes, ut 3d .»0, < > 50, $4 50, 3<> 50, J>7. Diamonds. 5 Genuine Bra, il first-water Cluster Kings, al $ 41. $»»5, $75, $K5, $105. > Genuine Brazil ti.st water Emerald Cluster Kings, at 7*45, $4 »,$!-•». 0 Genuine Brazil >oltuire l->, %M« %% and 1 carai atones, at $1 10 per earat. 2 Genuine Brazil Soltaire Kosecut, 2i carat stones, at 3155 per carat. 2 Gen ino Brazil Soltairo Bosecut, o carat stones, at 3 05. a Genuine Brazil G« nts» Studs, *«and y% carat stones, at 3b». $75, $05. Special Attention is Called to the following: One set of Pnu.il first-water Diamond*. This hru'i.it 1 and j.rtoious ret eonriets ul bieHih and . «r-rinar. There are twenty Soltairo Stones; the first coat »as r-,JoO; lor sule now VJiKY LOW on imvalo terms. Gold Bracelets. 9 ($< ts l'.-imli .-(did gold cb a in bracelets, 110 $40 and $u0. So-id Silverware. Napkins Binge Forks, Spuoi.s. Fruit Knives, Soup I, lull of, Butter Knives. Card Cases, Cents' Cigar Cases. Ac.. Ac., Ac., Will be sold a shade less than the manufac turer’s prices, 180 Solid California-made Gold Kings, Will be disposed of at UOI.D hate prices. 'll th. se goods will be sold at retail as I 1,1. . io give the consumer the benefit only. GUNS AND PISTOLS. just received frn.n lloetcbkins A Sons, 115 root, New York: 1 smclish Whistlers and British Bulldogs. English Breech-loader It. B. Shotguns. .ill be disposed of at Now York | rieos, with . ;lit added. FIFTY THOUSAND assorted metallic cart i idges will bo sold at factory prices, with | freight added. tdotl MISCKU.A NFOUS. SAN FRANCISCO STORE] Main St., bki.ow the 1’arkkr IJoi'se. JOHN SHINOLER, • - PROPRIETOR. Cheap! Cheaper!! Cheapest!!! Clothing and Furnishing Goods Cheaper tlian at any other establishment! tho town. DRY GOODS. I would also call attention to the LADIES* DEI*A iiTM ENT. Prices uo object 1* ronch merino? at75 cents per yard and everything else in proportion. The good? to arrive are the choice from the best importing house? of New York and Nan Francisco and were selected with great care by the moat competent judges. I would especially invite tho ladies of Eure ka to call and convince th« melves of the tre mendous sacrifice at which 1 aiu selling all the good*. in their department. 1 desire especially to inform the public that I am now CHASING OCT my Summer goods nt un enormous sacrifice. Lawns that cost 75 cents at 15 to 25 cents; grenadines that cost 75 cents at 25 cents, and everything else in proportion. 1 must sell, and will hell. REGARDLESS OF PRICE! Tne fact is that my store and warehouse art crowded with choice goods, and 1 have an Immense Stock of Fall and Winter Goods Already on the road for which room must be made immediately. Gentlemens’ wear will also be sold at sim ilarly reduced prices. Cull aiul examine my groat stock befort purchasing elsewhere, inh -ttpH-j\22tf JOHN SIIINDLER. L. W. CKOMKR. r. J. MAUPIN MAUPIN &CROMER Wholesale and Retail Dealers in HARDWARE. Mill am mining goods, ga? 1'IPES STEAM AND GAS FITTINGS. Honor Kuril loll > iik tiiKMln, STOVES; TIN AND OOPI'EK WARE. ROW DERAND FUSE. WINDLASS RORE OF ALL SIZES. ETC. We arc uloo |,r«>|inml to Cut unit Fll tins l*i|ie. HILL & FURNACE M ORE Done on >hort notice*. Tlie qiiHlity of Steel, and also Stone Coal. ’onstantly on hand. Also, Manufacturers o Tin, Sheet-Iron, Copper Ware. Particular attention paid to all work in om line, and Kuaranteed to jrive perfect satisfai on in every particular. Constantly on hand. Blasting and Giant Powder Ri.WDEK, FUSE. CARS, ETC. au5tf MAUPIN A CROMER. J. C. LOCKWOOD* MAIN STREET. ADJOINING THE Eu reka lintel, importer und dealer in Hardware, Brass and Steam Good a Bar and Sheet Iron, DriU Steel, Ox and Horse Nails, Rope, Gas Pipe, Giant and Blasting Powder, Fuse and Caps, Cook and Farlor Stoves, Etc.. Etc., Etc Copper, Tin and Iron Work made and Repaired. GENERAL JOBBING AT LOW RATES. m v 25-if EUREKA AND CALIFORNIA LIMBER COMPANY. South Main Street. Eureka. Nevada and California LUMBER. OF ALL KINDS. Redwood, Oregon and Sugar Pine MINING TIMBERS Building Lumber! A complete assortment of Clear & Dressed Lumber, Flooring, Siding, Rustic and ether STYLES OF SIDING, MOULDING. Lath, Shingles, Doors, Sash and Blinds, etc., always on Hand. EVERYTHING AT THE LOWEST CASH RATES. d'tr k. st i~ «'«. F. LOB WY II EG 8 TO INFORM 11IS X> frier di that lie has bought the agency of J. 11. MICHAEL tor ull the Kawtcru PnfierM. Perlo«llrnl*, Mujca* 7.toe* Hint t'HMlliOII Ilooli*. And is prepared to deliver them to bis sub" -cribers at their place of residence F B E E OF C H A BGEI MTUFFICE, at <1. Yuumj’sGunsmith next to Movers and Franklin’s. k^* ' FOR SALE. milE ROAKIMNG-HhCSEOF MRS. KAV 1 anagli. on Ruby Hill, containil g 1» ro<;m-. besides a cellar mid pantry, 22 beds and tiom tifty to sixtv regular boarders, besides unite an amount of transient custom. The above property will be sold cheap for cash, or noto well secured. MRS. R. KAVANAGH. Ruby Hill, Nov. 20,1(170. u20tf MI SCULL A NEO US. ’497 75>m THIS ISJIEWS! NOW BSCHNNZNO! THE IMMENSE ANNUAL CLEARING SALE -OK THE Pioneer Cheap Store of Nevada BUY CHEAPEST, WHEN BES"’! PRICES UNPARALLELED. Importations Arriving Holly ! ROOM MUST BE MADE I OIK ENOKMOliST- ELEGANT AND Kashii ra ale Stock of KEAD1'-MADE CLOTHING! COMPRISING IN PART Beaver Suits, Black, Blue & Brown, for $25—Worth $45. English Corduroy Suits for $18—Worth $30. Chinchilla Suits $25—Worth $45. French Cassimere Suits of Every Variety and Color,from $10. Doeskin Pants, $9—Formerly $15. Beaver Pants, $7-Formerly $12 French Cassimere Pants, $5— Formerly $9. American Cassimere Pants for $3—Formerly $5. And a full assortment of other grades in pro portion. Vests! Vests! Velvet. Clo h, Beaver. Cassimere. Chinchilla, or any Other Kind At figures astonishing to the most incredu lous. BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS Cents’ Underwear! GLOVES ! from fancy silk to solid buck, thirty per cent, less than heretofore. 5,000 Yards of House Lining ! It SEVEN AND A HALF cent* per yard ! Hl'CklNG and DIULLINU likewise Tory cheap. For Groceries & Provisions ! Jast call, look and get figures. MINING OUTFITS ! Hurdward, Cuttlery, Tinware, Crockuiy, l»«d -ware, Stationery, Glass-war*1, Notions, \\ ooden-ware. Tobaccos Cigars, Willow-ware, Liquors Wines, Hated-ware, Trunks, Valises, Blankets, Quilts, And everything eatable and wearr ble found in a full and complete stock of General Mer chandise kept at a first-class store. Our Goods are fresh and new; “ old ” Goods we never keep; Auction Goods we do not ouy. All articles guaranteed as recommended. Goods delivered free, gratis, and for naught. Store open from tf a. m. to 10 p. m. S. ASHIM & BROTHER, Stone Building. an27__ AMERICAN CHOP HOUSE. Sprando & Ballich, : : Proprietors. Comer of Main and Clark at?. _ o I k T K KM RECEIVED /" DAILY by express, in shell and ( j W^A M E and FISH art I I ilw ays on hand. Meals at all Hours. Please call and try Sprando’s cooking, and lie satisfied. . .. „:iOtf 8PRANIH) A BALLICH. RUBY BILL WATER WORKS. Capacity ot' Tanka 152.000 Gallon* ALL NOW FULL. VI7ATEK WILL BE FURNISHED IN TT U by Hill, in any desired uuanti tes. at ill seaso s of the year, at a uniform rate and owe! than ’an bo furnished from any other source. Water delivered twice daily to p l ate f niilies, miners’ cabins, saloons, etc. t ickets ranging from t>VH to 50 cents apiece sill e sold at the office of the company on uby Hill, by W. 11. MILLEK, Superin •ondont. ... _ W. B. HARRUB Proprietor. mv‘2titf __ PIONEER Barber Shop & Bath Houses First door north of the Pionoer Restaurant. .North Main street. Eureka. 1MIE UNDERSIGN ED, HAVING RE cently opened the above establishment ,1'fers his professional service* to all who losire a first-class physiognomioal HAIR CUT, or an ecstatic SJIAVE. ■M'llair Cutting, 50 cunts. 8hampootng kl cents. . ... . . Connected with the estab lishment are several neatund ■elegant Hath Rooms, whore _- -the most desirable Hot or Cold Buthscan ho had at all times. BATHS, 75 CENTS. of public patronage is solicited. "• JA IKS .vJ M MOODY. Prop'i NOTICE. I NEVER WAS INTERESTED WITH Wittiar Jury in the Saicrac Chop Sian»I, nor has he ever been connected with uie in any of my busiuevs transaction^ ^ ^ December 4. 1875. d>-lm J. B. KEEN, Veterinary Surgeon. Having had m years* experience, I feel confident in my ability to treat fuceefipfuljy HTtV * all diseases peculiar to v ^ — MULES and CATTLE. . . _ k , 1 can be found at Bishop Sc Uarpentor s stablo, on South Main streot. oJla PROFESSIONAL. A. M. HIM.HOURS. W. H. DAVENPORT HILLHOUSE A DAVENPORT, Attorney n at law. OFFICE IN thu Odd Follows’ new building,up stairs. Rooms 1 and 2, Eureka. Nevada. ell J. K. SHAFER, Attorney at law. offick dr stairs in Masonic building. d2tf q w'baxeuT Attorney at law and NOTARY PUBLIC. Office in Uick Hyland's Brick Building, Baton a>. street. Eureka, Nevada. >»H I)R. A. C. BISHOP, PHYSICIAN AND SYKOEON. OP X tico: on Second floor in Clark’s Stone Building, corner Main and Clark streets. Eu reka. >et2-tf DK. R. PRICE, Physician and nyHuron, SrECIALloT FOR CHRONIC Diseases, t usmopolitan House, Eureka. dlfltf C. HAMILTON, D. D. S.. DENTIST. Rooms: Five doors south of the Skmtihki. office, Buel street, Eureka. f8 THOS. WREN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Main Street, Eureka, Nevada. _ tt.tr THOMAS J. READ, CIVIL ENGINEER AND Y. H. DEP uty Mineral Surveyor. Office in Hy land’s Brick Building, on the corner of Buel and Katanian streets, up stairs. myl4 C. O. HUKRABIi. C. J. LANUIH8, LAN8INC A. HUBBARD, Attorneys at law. practice in all Courts in this State. C. U. llubhard • • - Notary Public. Office in Hyland’s Brick Building, Bateman street, Eureka. Nev. angl2 _ GEO. W. MERRILL, Attorney at law. district Attorney for Eureka county, and No tary Public. Office in the Court-house. o2tttf _ 11 US1JXKSS CARDS._ Ft. L. CHASE, CKH STY KECOIIDKK AND ACDI J tor. of Eureka county, Nevada. Haring in my office the transcribed Rec ords from Lander county. 1 am piepared to search records and make abstracts of Alining Property and Koal Estate. Conveyancing in all its branches. Acknowledgments taken. Office in the Court-house. Eureka, Eureka county, Nevada. jad-tf r. K. HARMON, COUNTY CLERK. AND KX-OKFICIO Clerk of the District Court of tbo Sixth j udicial District, in and for the County of Eureka, State of Nevada. CONVEYANCINC, In all its branches, corroctly executed. Ao knowledgmenta, Affidavits, etc., taken in any part ol the town. Office: Front corner room at the Court house. dd-3m DAVID LUNDBOM AUAYBR. Office: Main itrecl. vpposile she Pie user HeMtaiirnul. aar Accurate assays guaranteed. AdAlALL ADVANCE FROM MY FOR MKK very low rates will be charged ia the future, though fees will still be kept reasonable as possible. Strangers are rec|iiircd to pay in advance. Eureka. August22. Id73. au£t-tf STILL ALIVE11 -3 He has just rftturned from the Ray City, where he) has selected and purchased the LARGEST AND LATEST ASSORTMENT -OF Ceneral Merchandise Ever Brought to Eureka, And those irko desire to convince themselvea fof his taste, and the quantity and QUALITY OF HIS GOODS, WILL FLEASE Call and See Him! Before Purchasing Elsewhere. His stock consists of everything, from a Cambric Needle To an Anchor! From a Pair of Overalls To the Finest Sait of Clothing! And from a Keg of Sour Kront To a Can of “Pate ie Gras,” As it requires too Bnwb space te mention every article* he solicits his old friends end ,cquaintanc«. to call around and .xamin. his stock. 9. MANBSZW, ootf North Main street. Burak