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SbEKA DAILY SENTINEL.
s=^i7nl)Ay, non j:m ill-:i:i«7»>. STOCK REPORT. I'ranelaro NtocU Hxchamte. Sar FiANGisnn, November I MOKRINO ROAR,'. 10W Opbir-48 48'4 48% 41 ■, Mexican—2j/» 2.) :,.V, Gould A Curry-I.r. 1 i 13 . v;o Be»t A Bfltcuor— 4 41 < - 11 California—lb. 5t'» .34 . *73 Sava**-12 11,,, 3)15 Cun. 1 irt'inia-4J'. > 175 Chollar—7«72** <2j* •«i> Halo ANorcrow—<'4 7 . *Vi Crown Point -10 94 10'/. .OK Yellow Jacket-19 12‘ j |9b , 1*41 Imporial" '’W'iy.Mte «MTe •155 Kentuck—12 tiaWJ P- '« 515 Alpha—42 * 4-.41H ■jsj Belcher- iu 11 . ”•>» Confidence—14 770 S. Nevada—11*5 1114 llV*b3 ■JO liteh—17 3) Bullion -SIS. 7,5, Exchequer—1114 4 14 * 150 Overman—79 78 S 7PC, Justice -21 '4 -J j 21 « ,Vi5 Union C«n —12 1- • 12' i ,5ii0 l.ady Bryan—doe ],50 ,luiia-8!4 lisO Caledonia -9 9' 4 .» , 300 Baltimore—IS i ;jij Silver HiU— oVa o » il>> Now York—87% n Uardanells—2 100 Sheridan -2. 2 ]70 K.IfUnd-1 jijO Kiirekatoi’.—12 12'4 400 ISelcb' T-lU'i Hirert Unoti* tlonft--4:43 P. 11. Rest .fc Belcher—45 bid 41 a iked \ Allow Jackut-W hid IN'* asked ophir -47% bid 48'* asked Kentuck — \V/9 bid 12 asked Alpha-42 asked Belcher- lb b dl'i'4 a«)<od California—54% bid bV/% asked 54 * sales Union —J2 bid .Mexican-2-5 bid Justice—21 bid 21% n«keri fon. Virginia—'4'.»H bid 42% asked iD’as overman—78 hid liould .V Curry—1» bid VV4 asked .'arage—11% bid t hollar 72'% bid sierra Nevada—11 h» aakud Leopard—7 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Arrival* and Departure*. »Y THY Rt'RKRA AID PA I.IHAtlR RA 11.ROAR. IM'|,nrlnrp. Veter,toy. flick Ilyl.nd 0 It Ford T Lnypoyre .1 U FinlnvAon V It Ksmmintton |i K liaily J Lockwood .1 Mains I. liuAinic J <lihur Mia. Mich ids A Pratt A Grant Arrfvnl« I.n*t \iKlit. I' I'.ylanl Father Hyn*. !>r Thoms It .lol»o AY F Richards J U Lockwood wf A c Mrs d KKLIUKIl’H MmCEY. Mkthowmt Church—Rev. .1. A. Grey, pattor. Service* at Bigelow’s Hall sill m. ari l 7:30 r. m. A enr ,lial invitation I. extended to all to Rilend. Subject of evening lecture: •• Lilt/# Foxes.” ■Sr. Ft si ax’s Cmuiich — Rev. James J. Hynes, I’astor. Mas* at 10:30 a. m. Sunday school at 2 o'clock r. m. Ves pers al 7:30 r. »t. The first Sunday of »,li month there "ill lie first mass at firVInrk: the second at the usual hour. Sr. Jamks’ Ciiuiu ii.—Rev. Charles II. Marshall, rector. Services al .! a. m., and 7:30 o'clock r. m. Sunday School al 2 l*. M. Seats tree. All are cordially invited to attend. 1’rkshytkiuax Church—Rev. J. McClain, Pastor. Services at 11 o’clock a. n. and 7:30 o'clock r. u. I'nio.n Sauiiath School—Meets to day at 12 o’clock, al the Presbyterian church. _ Itioisrn vtio.s <'i;uiositiks.— < 'Itri nsiii«s ii; tlio way of names are i|iiito numerous in the registry lists of this county, ami the jaw-breaking charac ter of some of them eml tlie iliflictilty in their spelling liavo nearly set the registry agents crazy. Kor Instance, there is one name which isspelled lljttl. Now, the majority of civilized people would say that this did not spell any word at, all; hut the man who owns tlie name insi-ts that it j r l spoils •’Yool." Then there is another name spoiled Hwtmatt; hut nobody hut a Shoshone would ever dream that it spelled “Hiteman.” Hut it docs, ae cording to tlie say so of the man who registered under that name. The printed list containing the name- of ibaregistered votois of this township whs stuck up on the wall in tlie Post o/Bcc, where n was mistaken for the list of advertised letters, and every man whoso name appeared on it ap plied at the delivery window for a loi ter and got mad when ho wan told there was none in the ofllea for him. 1 ho Deputy Postmaster lias got his head done up in a wet towel and hopes to escape tint brain farer—hut lie lias torn down that printed list. f a he we i,i. Sermon.— Rev. Josiah McClain, pastor of tho 1’resbytcrian church in this town, will preach bis farewell sermon to his parishioners and friends to day, and on some day of this W"«k take his departure for Carson, where he will reside in tho future. Buring his residence in Eureka Mr. McClain has made a host of friends by his quiet and unassuming manners, ®,,(* ais intended departure is regretted hv everybody here whose acquaintance helms formed. When lie mime here, he found the church weak and strug gling for existence; but by an earnest devotion to Ins duties and sincere work in the cause, lie built it up, till it is now nourishing ami prosperous, with a large membership, a tine choir and a handsome church building. Mr. Mc Clain goes I nun here to Carson, whore he will occupy the pulpit of the i’res fy ermn chinch, to which l,e has been assigned. The Meeiino To-moukow Even ing — Tho Demoorallc meeting to morrow evening will be held in the Court-house, and will he addressed bv candidates on the legislative and county tickot and a number of other local speakers. All are invited to at tend. Bullion Shipped.— Wells, Fargo * Co. shipped this morning, for ac count of Richmond S. M. Co. (lirn ‘hwl), six bars of bullion, weighing Ui pounds and valued at S!i,;i77 i;,j. PA I,ISA >K. As is well known, Palisade is the second largest town in Eureka county. It is a pleasant little village whose in habitants all appear contented and prosperous. It is the railroad center of the county and upon the business brought to it by the Eureka and Pali sade and Central Pacific railroads is I the place mainly dependent. This ho 1 ing the case, Palisade prospers or lan : guishes in exact ratio with the state of i the times Imre and elsewhere in the j interior. The contemplated extension I of our local road will undoubtedly ox | orcise a beneficial effect on the future ; of Palisade. With more road, the Eu j reka and Palisade Railroad Company I will need more extensive repair and I machine shops, and per consequence will employ a larger number of men. Travel and transportation will also be greatly increased; so it may be conli j dently predicted that Palisade has seen her worst days, and that she is now about to enter upon a season of perina ! nout growth and prosperity hardly ad j tuits of a doubt. Already the Eureka I and Palisade Company maintains there pretty extensive works in Lite shape of machine shops, etc. All of the re pairing as well as the new work of the company is done at Palisade. We saw several cars in course of construc tion and a number of engines were be ing overhauled and placed in thorough repair. Assistant * .Superintendent Ford, who, by the way, is a genial, whole-souled gentleman, and one of the most, thorough railroad men in the United Stales, in addition to his other duties, devotes much of his personal attention in the machine shops. We are indebted to Mr. Ford for kindly snowing us every object oi interest in and about the company’s works. L. I. Ilogle, Frank I.awler, Q. A. Steven son, J. N. Hill, E. M. Bajm, Captain Babbitts. Maurice Walsh, Assembly man Marehant and many other citi zens of Palisade likewise extended courti»ies,for which we desire to return thanks. Mr. ilogle is carrying on a very large business in Cornucopia, Hut still makes Palisade bis headquarter* and i* thoroughly identified with the best interests of this county. He speftks encouragingly of the prospects of Cornucopia and thinks there can be no question about the richness and permanency of the mines of the new district. He is developing a mine of his own of great promise. We wore shown some specimens from it which must bo pronounced first class. We hope this new bonanza may pan out as well as present indications seem to warrant its fortunate possessor in claiming for it. I. K. Hire keeps the Junction Ifou^e, and K. M. Baum the Eureka House. We tried them botii and take pleasure in recommending botii to the favorable attention of the traveling public. Odd Fellows’ Hall and a comforta ble school-house are tlio public build ing of our neighboring town. The hall is neatly and well furnished and reflects much credit <m the noble order under whose auspices it was erected. Most of tt>e benevolent and charitable societies have organizations in Pali sade and all meet in Odd Fellows’ Hall. The bridge which spans the Hum boldt totters in great need of repairs. The abutments were considerably damaged by the unprecedented flood ol last spring. The bridge is the prop erty of tlie county and should receive the early attention of the Commission ers. I lie trestlework of the Kureka ami Palisade Company at the river is be ing extended aboot 150 feet tort her along toward the Ha.se lUnge. A pile driver, operated by one of the locomo tives of the company, wan at work during our visit. Hv this extension of trestlework the embankment of the road can bo disjiensed with lor an equal distance, thus rendering the tlvoclmg of ttio town from hack water less probable i:i the future. Some other matters about I’alisade should doubtless receive notice, but we negligently failed to make notes, and can not therefore give from mem ory as full details and particulars a* wo could desire. It only remains to bo said that the place has a milder, lidler climate than Kureka, and is in habited by as hospitable a people as ever dwelt together anywhere under the <sun. - ♦ Couhsihk iliiAD.—'The following alleged remedy lor cold in the head is going the rounds of the papers, and we give it for the benefit of those of our readers who may be afflicted that way: “The severest catarrhal cold can be removed in a few hours by a mix ture ol catholic acid, ten drops; tinc ture of iodine and chloroform each seven and one-half drops. A lew drops of the mixture should bo heated over a spirit lamp in a lest tube, the mouth of which should be applied to the nostrils as soon as vocalization is I affected. 1 lie operation should he re peated in about two minutes, when, after the patient sneezes a number of times, ibo troublesome symptoms rap idly disappear.” Cold in the head is quite prevalent in Eureka at this time, and is a more serious ailment than most people imagine to be. We once knew a mail whose whole future hap piness was wrecked by a cold in tlio head. He wanted to tell his girl that she was his “dearest ducky duck," and the oold made him say “bearest bucky buck;" and the lady got mad and wanted to know if lie thought she was a mustang. She threw off on him and married a coal burner, and ho lived the miserable life of a wealthy bachelor, dying prematurely at the age of ninety-four years. The remedy here mentioned can he purchased, pre pared for Use, at Dr. Terry’s City Drug Store. Missionaries Departed. — D. E. Daily and Thomas Laspeyre, Demo cratic candidates for the Assembly, and Diehard Hyland, Democratic can didate tor County Treasurer, departed on yesterday morning's train for 1‘al isade, on an evangelizing mission an ong the Indians along the Hum boldt river. They will also do some missionary work among the voters of Palisade and Deowawe. ♦ - —— Mass as Usual.—There will be mass at Die usual hour in St. Uinian’sChuroh to-day. Wo do not know what priest will oitiuiate, but. have heard it ru mored that Hov. Father Moloney, for merly pastor of the Catholic Church at Austin, lias been assigned to the Church 1 sre. MANHATTAN DIVIDEND. The Manhattan Mining Company, ol Austin, have declared their fifth monthly dividend of one dollar per •hare, payable on the 10th inslant. There are but titty-thousand shares in this mine, about one-eighth of which is held by the miners working in the company’s mines. A considerable amount of the stock is held here in Ktireka, principally by former resi dents of Austin, who know what the Manhattan mines are and hold the stock h>r dividends, which are sure to be paid for several months to come, if not for an indefinite period. There is at this time ore enough in sight in the mines to assure tin blends till next spring, and new and rich develop i merits are constantly being made in the prospecting workings. Besides this, the company have a large sur plus in their treasury and have all their winter supplies laid in and paid lor; and tire only money which will have to be paid out of the product of the mines will be for the items of la bor and salaries, and some for inci dentals. In view of the all pervading depression and discouraging condition of the stock market at the present time, it is considerable comfort to out siders to be holders of dividend-paying stocks; and a dividend of one dollar a share on a fifteen-dollar stock is some thing nice to take. Tho controlling owners of this mine hang on to their stock with as much persistency as do tlie outsiders, not manipulating it as stocks are usually handled in the stock market, and it is principally due to this /act tiiat Manhattan is so little known to the outside San Francisco public. Row on the Barb ary Coast.— Hearing last night that there had been a light among the women inhabiting the locality known as the Barbary Coast, wre hied with reportorial alac rity to that neighborhood in the hope of getting a sensational item. On our arrival on the Coast, we spoke a full rigged African clipper, anchored in the doorway of one of the houses, who in reply to our question if there had been any trouble in the vicinity, replied that there had been “a little skummishj” it didn’t amount to much; only that Spanish Belle had put a head on Crazy Jane, and that tne lady of the insane front name in tended to have her of the Castilian adjective arrested in the morning. At the time of our visit matters had quieted down ami lliero was nothing to indicate that a tidal-wave had swept over the Coast but a short time before. ---4* A Vicious Mule.—A mule hitched to an awning post on Main street, yes terday afternoon, let its heel fly out at a woman who was crossing the street. The nude miscalculated the distance between its hind feet and the lady, and the kick was a failure; but had sl-.e been a little closer to the animal, her bonnet would have been disar ranged, or slio would have needed some repairs to her overskirt, or her sleeveless jacket would have required fixing, or her dress-elevator would have been bn rated, or her pannier knocked out of time, or her buck-hair knocked down,or something or other of a serious nature would liavo happened to her. When the mule discovered that the kick hadn't killed anybody it almost burst into tears and looked as despondent as a woman who has lost one of her overshoes in the mud. At it Again.—When will he stop? is the rjuestiou everybody asks. Stop what? Why making improvements and getting in goods. We stepped into (lie Golden Uule Store yesterday and noticed that Joe, as usual, was busy. A carpenter was at work putting up new shelving, and Joe was opening a fresh lot of gloves, just received. Gloves! lie has enough of them seemingly to supply the State, and more too. He has a splendid stock of woolen shirts and underclothing. His hats are the nobbiest in town, bis boots the best, and everything, no doubt, to cor respond. At it again, we say. When will he stop? says everybody. Joe says he lias more goods coining, and ho is going to prove the theory of per petual motion. * -——— Exaltation.—On Friday night last there was a Masonic supper at Mrs. Moch’s boarding house, in honor of the exaltation, by St. John’s Chapter No. 5, of Thomas Short, Max J. Frank lin and William II. Ostendorf to the Royal Arch degree of Masonry. There were wine, wit and sentiment, the ex altation of horns and a jolly good time generally. Tlio brethren present went the festive board a lively rattle and enjoyed themselves, till tlio cock crowed to give them warning of the near approach of morning and t lie fact that the most of them hail wives at home, who were lying in bed and wishing the plaguy lodge was at tlio bottom of tiie sea. Cornish Gijsk Clur.—Some valua ble acquisitions have recently been made to tho musical talent of this dis trict. Messrs. Opie, Dennett and Rog ers, lately from Pioehe, are among the host Cornish glee singers on the coast. We had the pleasure a tew days ago of listening to them in some of their choicest airs at Tom Marks’ place, on the Richmond side of Ruby llill. They are first-class, and uo mistake. Taken in connection with the Wil liarns brothers, and Messrs. Rule and Put us, they constitute as powerful an array of vocalists as is to be met with anywhere in the mountains. It is a rare treat to hear the whole of them in full churns. - ♦ - —— District Court. — The November term of the District Court commences to morrow. Tiiero is considerable criminal business to occupy the atten tion of tlie Court. Who is He?—An intelligent voter wants to know who is that fellow Re form, who is running on tho ticket with Tilton and Hendricks. ——- --- Sr. James’ Church.—There will be services as usual at St. James' Church this morning, with a celebration of the Holy Communion. No service in tho evening. Symptoms.— Sj'mptoms of an ap proaching election were apparent on the streets last night. In the saloons and on the sidewalks groups of men were gathered discussing the situation and the chances of the various candi dates. and there was in general a larger exhibition of intorest than had hitherto been observable during the campaign. People are getting ready for a good waking-up and shaking-up on Tues day next. From what we could gather from such scraps of the conversations that wo overheard, we concluded the impression seemed to be prevalent that the successful candidates would win. Gn.r-F.mim Berrien. — vv« have heard tell of golden hatred maidens, golden sunsets and gilded jiiil‘>c"S of sin, but never till yesterday did we know that there was such a thing in the world is gilt edged butter. A sign in front 01 • store on Main street reads: ” Gilt * linttpr fur sale here.” The nM-1 i hiug we know silver-mount ed cudtisii or brass-bound pota toes will tie for sale in the stores. Truly, this is an age of progress ! • -- - - -<►-: Vaiukh WKATnrni.-During yester day it snowed and rained, then snow ed, and then rained again, and at mid night an unreliable, uncertain snow, which looked as if it might turn to rain at any moment, was falling. The only reliable thing about the weather is the mud, of which there is enough in the streets of this town to satisfy the demands of all the brokers on Cal ifornia street. Sunday Evening Lectures.—Rev. J. A. Gray will continue the course of Sunday evening lectures in Bigelow’s Hall during tho present month. subjects: November ."i—Little Foxes. November 12—home Evil* of the Public Prei«. November lit—Extreme*. Nonmber 28—Marriage and Divorce. -■«. Notice.—The gentleman who took from the office of Hillhotise -fc Daven port the second volume of the Com piled Laws of Nevada, will please re turn the same and receive tho thanks of tli© undersigned. nf,-lt \V. H. Davenport. SPECIAL NOTICES. IIotkT. at Pinto.—1 have leaved tho hotel saloon and stable* at Pinto, formerly con ducted by James Allen, which I will run in a firrt-clas* mnnner. Tho table will bo .sup plied nt all times wilh tho best the market affords. Tho best liquors end cigar* ran bo procured at the bar. Good stabling and feed for horses. no5-tf THOMAS FITZPATRICK. Attention, Ep’cvrfs.—Fresh fish and East orn transplanted and California oysters in the shell, received every day bv express from San Francisco at the Sazarac Chop Stand. noJ-tf \VM. WALKER. Winter Undrrct.othin(i.—'The best assort ment of Gent’s henry California flannel un derwear, easeiinere shirts, hats caps, boots, shoes, etc. can be found at the Bolden Rule store CHEAP FOR CASH. nl-tf Campaign Badges, Skyrockets and Roman Candles at Joe’s Golden Rule store, adjoining Paxton k Co’s bank. no4-tf Notice.—All person* having bills against tho K K Company are notified to leave them at the office ef the company on or before the third day of each month, otherwise they will be laid over until tho next month. WM. ARRINGTON, n2-fit Superintendent. Notice.— Tho Democratic County Central Committee will not pay any bills contracted by any person excopt some member tf the Executive Committee. nl-td A. C. TITUS, Chairman. ———♦ -- Will Be Absent.—Dr. Hamilton requests us to state that he will in a few days visit White Pine on professional business. He will be absent from Eur» ka several days. In lie meantime, any person desiring anything in the dental lino should call on hnu at onco. sep20-tf Hurrah for Salt River !—Just reoeived, at Mrs. Ashim’s, a lot of pigs’ feet, sheep tongues and German pickles; pearl hominy and Eastern oatmeal in packages. o29 One Thousand Dollars’ worth of buck skin, combination and other gloves, gaunt lets and mitts, at the Golden Kale Store, CHEAP FOK CASH. o27 —-♦ If Russia really goes to war with Turkey, she will thereby commit a “ fowl ” act, for which Joe, of the Golden Rule Store, prom ises to knock spots out of her, which, with his continually increasing stock of gents' fur nishing goods, hats, caps, boots, snoos and a general lino of notions, he will be perfectly able to do. o27 Watch kb and jewelry neatly repaired. If you want to havo your watches and jewelry repaired in a workmanlike raannor, go to P. Steler’s jowelrv store, one door south of S. Ashim A Co., Main street. 22-apltftf The Czar of Russia has ordered an immense supply of tobacce and cigars from tho Gol den Rule Store, one door south of Paxton A Co’s Bank, Eureka, NevaJa, for use in his large armies. o27 El’KEKA HOTEL. * E. M. Baum,“the pioneer purveyor to the Palisade public, bis fitted up anew, through out, the Eureka Hotel, near his old place in Palisade, and trayelers to und from Eureka, and the puhlie generally,can rely upon getting first-class meals and number ono beds at all times by interviewing the gonial host of the Eureka Hotel. ocl.Vtf Tub war in Europe will affect to a great ex tent the American market, and goods of all kinds will take a raise; therefore, it is recom mended that everybody go the Golden Rule Storo and buy immediately their winter’s stock of underclothing, elc., CHEAP FOR CASH. o27 ■ -♦ — ■ -- Nkw Goons continually arriving at the now quarters of the Gcldou Rule Store, in Sendv Van Alstine’s old stand, ono door south e. Paxton A Co’i Bank. o‘J7 Still is tux Fiklu.—Received from N York, a largo assortmont of Drugs a Patent Medicines, I’uints. Oils, Ohetni. etc.; also, a large invoice of tire-proof Da Chimneys ot the I,a lis-tie (French) proc guarantoed to stand fire tor six months; a a large assortmont of chimneys (I yes’ paten'j, tire proof; also a large assortment of othor kinds of manufactures. Agent tor Combs’ Lamp Co. Will sell at bed-rock prices for cash. La Bastie fire-proof chimneys, 50 cents each. Ives' fire-proof chimneys, ‘Jo cents oach. Gamecock student chimneys, 145 cents each. Sold at the City Drug Store by s'j:iL. V KKKY. Idttl’KIMIXttOf ALL KINDS. EX oeuted with dispatch at the SENTINEL printing Offlst, It I 1.1. II I! A l)k. LETTEKIIKAItN I) and cards, printed at the SENTINEL office, to order DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Ac. THEY HAVE COME! They Are Here ! I JAKE COHN’S NEW FALL STOCK OF CLOTHING I HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES, -AND Furnishing Goods HAS ARRIVED. JT COMPRISES THE LATEST AND most Fashionable Stylet of Clothing, made of the beet material, and nobby and ttylish in cut. • Business Suits, DressiSuits, Overcoats, Of ovary quality and prioe, suited alike to the means of the laboring man and the millionaire. THE LATEST. THING IN HATS. Centlemen's^Underwear, Of all Qualities, Styles.fSbapee and Prices. TRUNKS, VALISES, BLANKETS,! TRAVELING BAGS, And other foods in that line help to make up one of the finest, most extensive and com plote and best assortod stock of foods in my line than was ever before seen in Eureka. v_ Give me a call; and if I don’t satisfy all comers that I can sell their at lower prices 3tore in Eureka can do, U. a I will vote for their w. for Constable.’. JAKE COHN, I I OF THE ! MAMMOTH CLOTHING EMPORIUM MAIN STREET, EVUEKA. oT-tf % PRO FRifSTON AL. —--■----~— rrr— ■----- ■■ net A. M. IHLLHOCS*. W. ■. DAfKlfPORV HIIsLUOUSE A DAVENPORT, a ttorneys at law. office IK j V thu Odd Follows* new building, np stairs, llooms 1 and 2. Eureka. Nevada. .all* Dat. K. Baii.t. C. J. Lawsim.; j LANSING A BAILY, Attorneys at law. OFFICE; M fleer, stone building. southwest corner of Clark and Main streets, Eureka Nee. _t_ mj-21-tf C. G. HUBBAED. Attorney at LAW AKD NO' TAHY PUBLIC. Office on Clark street, in Whitton's American Exchange building. mylt*-tf THUS. VVKKN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, .Vain Afreet, Kureka, Nevada. ft-tf G. W. BAXEB. ATTORNEY AT LAW AMS A NOTAKY PUBLIC. Offioe ia Aick Hyland's Brick Building. Baton s a street, Eureka Nevada. • tail a. c. eisHor. D. c. caAU. DRS. BISHOP A CRAM, PHYSICIANS AWI» ST RO EONS. Office on Main treet, opposite Paxton k Co’s Bank, Eureka. fltftf J. 1C. SHAFER, Attorney at law. office uf stairs in Masonic building. d2rf GEO. W. MERRILL, Attorn nr at law, district Attorney for Kureka county, and No* tary Public. Office in the Court-houae. oMtf THOMAS J. READ, CIVIL ENGINEER AND l'. ». DEP> uty Mineral Surveyor. Office ia Rj* land’s Brick Building, on the corner of Buel and Bateman streets, np stairs. myl4 M.EOCKMAN, X. D. PHYSICIAN, SCRGEON, AO coochour, Oculist and Aurist. Graduate of the Imperial Medical Callage of Warsaw. Poland, and ot the Pacific Modi* cal College, of San l'rancisco. ‘ Office on Clark street, formerly occupied by JusticeB. M. Beatty. mrlj-tt C HAMILTON, D. D. S.. DKXTIST, Booms: Fito doors south O ihe SK5TIMKL office, Buol street. Eureka. f3 ” FIRST - CLASS LODGINGS.” —AT THE— EUREKA LODGING HOUSE. THIS HOUSE HaT ft EC ENT 1/ boon thoroughly renovated an refurnished, and is now the BES' LODGING HOUSE in Eureka ii every respect, being handsomely aDd well ventilated. Rooms te let by the night, week or month, on reasonable terms. The Railroad ’bus and all tbe stages stop at this house to receive and set down passen gers. MRS. I>. YOUNG, Proprietress, alt-tf UNITED STATES BAKERY and Restaurant. JOHN HUEBNER, PROP’R. SERVED UP AT ALL TIMES. IN TUB most approved style. Fish, Game, And tbo best BEEF, PORK and MUTtuN to be procured in the market. Moala at all hours. BREAD, PIES, CAKES, etc. Pasfy for ball suppers gotten up on short notice. WEDDING CAKES a specialty. All article* delivered free of eharge. Orders solieited. au23tf SAZERAC CHOP STAND. Wm. Walker . . . Proprietor. IniK PROPRIETOR OF THE above-named stand has leased it with the determination of mak ing it the most popular eating place in the town, Kvery delicacy that can be pro cured in the market will be found there, end served in the most approved stylo. F I; E S II ' FISH »V enever in the market A share of the public patronage is respect fully solicited. jySfftf EMPIRE BOARDING HOUSE, North Main street, Eureka, Nevada, MRS. E. E. 11HOWN, - Proprielrvaa. I WOULD RESPECTFULLY In form my friends and the public in general, that 1 have leased the above establishment and will con- • duct the same as a First-Class Eating-House. 1 would respectfully solicit a share of the public patronage. sU'-tt MRS. E. E. BROWN. REOPENING OK THE Parker House Restaurant. TMIE UNDERSIGN ED WOULD respectfully announce to his many friends, and the public in ( general, that ho has opened tbo Restaurant in the Parker House, Eureka, known former ly as " Moeh's,” and it shall be his endeavor to serve tbo BEST MEALS IN THIS TOWN A cordial inritation Is extended to all. ©8-lm RICHARD SANDER. FRANK ABADIB, Real Estate Dealer BE EL STREET.—EUREKA. NEV OWw In (ho Brick Building. T WOULD RESPECTtULLY ANNOUNCE A that l am prepared to buy. soil end mort gage real estate in Euroka, and also advance money on good security. Houses to rent suitable lor business or for families. 1 am also prepared to do a general contract ing business. I wilt still continue rnv wholesale liquor es tablishmeet. FRANK AISAD1K. __ mrd't-tf NOTICE. we. the U N ERR ION ED, HAVE TO T? day dissolved partnership in the Sa loon an 1 Liquor business by rnutue' consent. Adam Ktingal, remaining as sole t ietor, will collect all outstanding debts U to the old firm aud sottlo all just claims ainst the same. AOAAl KLIN-IEU ANTON 1 11Kitk IT1F. 1 Eureka. Oct. SSih, D.T4. \w