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EUREKA daily sentinel.
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 9, 1876. ^—r——-rrr**-r - STOCK SEPOKT. VMM rranclwo Mtuek Birh»n*e. Saw Fbaboisco, November S. yo*i»M.« no.ni>. sweswvkv u MO Don ill A Curry—US 1354 I"'< US £S Bolchor—I4V4 4 IS 41 414 lilt* CuUfornie-38 >1* 410 Save*e—*1 * t2*» i.1 Chollnr—70 7S5j 10*1 Con. Virtimn—il.4 >*14Slh *105 Halo A NorcrOM—7H V/, i 4 V Crown Point—10S 10H 104 «! Yellow Jacket-1» 19S t«4 1040 lmporial —!J.00c 1 Vie 270 Alpha-43 424 10 Kontuck—12« , 210 Belcher-17 II • 17b3lt i.iU Bullion—33 31 ,121 Exchequer—144 1144 4 10 Utah—17* •>iu Dyarnian—*1 *** ’ 1241 Juatice -2IS'2.4'21V 21*. *» Union Cen.-I J4t 12H ,10 Lady Bryan—70e 25 Julia-7 175 Caledonia—9 S >40 Haiti mere—'1254 11*10 *71 oilrer Hill—9 15 llaytoa -4 140 K. f.land—l iu> Ladyifaah-— 2'4 50 Ko.auth—IS 100 Andea—2 HO Pardan.llea 2 120 Ifoodville-l k 50 Mint—12Se 300 Leviathan—70c 70cbl0 75 N. Col. Va.—1*4 150 Croat eci—1*4 1H rVKRIKO BOARD. 125 Kureka Cop.—12 11H 25 K K Con.—•'! 120 Loopard—61% 0 V iO J (iffADOIl — 10c 400 llila—85e 67t N. Belle-28% 20 30 30% tt'i Raymond A Kly—8.85e 130 Panther— 50c lie 200 Husaey—.'10c 300 don. 1 homaa -75e 1if> Manhattan—IS 200 Mana6eld-30c 23o 100 Modoc—5% It i# NewCoao—3% I'ii Co»o Con.—Vie 175 ll. Charriot—1 » 17il0 8. Chariot—02%c 50c V>c 200 K npire- 27%e 130 8. Neyada—12 11T« 215 Con. Vir*inia—52 51V 51% 350 Mexican—20% 20% 2JH 20% 206 California-65% in Ophir -50 .50% 315 ltolehor —10 10% 17030 17 10% *T> Sa»a*o-13% n% i3».bie luO Crown Point-10% 05 Yellow Jackot—10% 10!a 16 (iould A Curry- It 1000 Imperlrl— .Vwc 3.32%e 3V 3% .ai 11 ale A N'orcroaJ -7% ■ill Alpha—43% 55 Boat A Belcher—48 15% 45% hi local intelligence. kgl'KAMJIU. Yesterday afternoon, when the of ficers of election in the Second Kureka precinct had finished canvassing the votes, C. Wallace, Jtepublican can didate for long term Senator, entered s protest against certain Democratic tickets being included in the count,be muse they bore at their head tlie rep resentation of sn American eagle. Ills objection, we presume, was based upon the ground that the cut was dia nrinhle on tlie outside of the ballot, consequently was conn-ary to tlie atat nle in such cases made and provided. Tin* law spociliea that all election tickets shall be primed on book pa lter, but a la ge number of Repub lican tickets, printed in Philadelphia, mi tl.it cap paper, was voted in the First and and Second precincts, to which the Democratic candidates had not thought of making any objections, but when Mr. Wallace evinced so tenacious a disposition for a strict com pliance witli tlie law, R. Sadler, Secre tary td the Democratic County Central Commitle«, entered a protest against ihe counting of the list cap ticket*. There were, jterliaps, a dozen of the angle tickets voted in tlie town, while nearly a hundred of the ‘‘sleek" bal lots were deposited in the boxes in the two precincts. The latter are easily distinguished from tlie hook paper tickets, ami the best legal authorities in tlie town are of the opinion, if the matter comes before tlie courts, that they will be ruled.out, which would result iu the election of the entire Democratic county ticket. So long «a there is no wilful violation of the law, and n» evidence of injury to any per son, we do not believe it to be sub servient to public interest to defeat tbs will of tlie people by placing too close a construction upon tlin law in such a case; and tor ourselves we would lose both of our big toe nails liefore we would accept an office under such cir cumstances; but the Iiemocratic can didates doubtless cousider "what is sauce for the goose is sauce for the Bander," and as the issue has been msde, have resolved to push it through to the end. Insult to Injury.—When the de feated candidates opened their post office boxes, yesterday morning, they found therein a postal card, signed by the County Treasurer, informing them that their taxes on real and personal property, lor the year 187H, are now due and payable and will be delinnuent after Monday, the ‘doth Instant. This, of course, applies to everybody wbe la fortunate enough to possess taxable Property and unfortunate enough to have not paid the taxes thereon. When a candidate, who had run a few thousand votes behind liis ticket, and knew that his defeat was a sure shot, read the Treasurer’s notification, he •aid: "Damn the taxes 1 This Is add ing insult to injury, and I hope and bclievothat anarchy will reign through oat the land before the rising of to morrow’s sun and that chaos will come again before the shades of night fall on this earth.” He will probably get over it in a day or two. MOOD FOR THE Cl.OTOINO STONES.— When all the election beta of hats, boots and suits of clothes come to be r>aid, there will be an immense rush to the clothing stores by the successful party. Jake Cohn says he don’t care liow great the rush may he, he has goods enough oil hand to supply tho demand, even if every man Iu town has won clothes enough to lust him a lifetime. Cases Contxnuko.—The cases of K. Keru, charged with disturbance of the peace, and “Kalller,” charged with misdemeanor, were called up in Justice Beatty’s Court yesterday, and continued till 10 a. m. to-day. Sick Eacile.—It is claimed by some of the Republican candidates that the •agio tickets are “ill o»glo.” EUREKA PRECINCT NO. 1. Following are the full return* from Eureka precinct X*. 1: Presidential Electors. * Democrat?. Cnrria...212 Lilonnorhumott.238 llugerman.211 Kopublieanfl. Dnffffott.145 Tu fly.240 Uithop,.248 Conirrans. £1111...X2o Wren.‘Jt4 J ud*e supreme t.ourt. Kirkpatrick.'l\s Leonnrd. 24i owte senator. UftPlldj.*J8 baker.218 Wallace.24 i Jl ubhuru.238 Assembly. Daily.27.1 Cavanaugh.2 >2 McLaughlin.'201 Lan>oyre.241 Smith.28ft MarcLant.2tf Atchison.2>1 McCulloch.lSl County Officer*. Dewitt.217 Harmon.273 Hyland.208 Hawaii.210 Lery.201 Molinalli.218 Kdwards.235 Kaye.233 Larin.211 Oborer.205 beatty.240 Pryor.232 Winxei.247 Campbell.238 Titus.217 Sin*.2811 llntkrll.211 Immel.218 Knitlit..278 Chose.282 A C Bishop.288 Conklin.241 J ohnson.218 I’d*».210 BeaJle.217 Cromer.240 McKay.22i'> Clark.2:13 Stoiroll.243 Johnson.261 Uunp'ituMonni i/onrnntion. No.2)3 Y«p.221 EUREKA PREI'ISICT SO. 2. We have been unable to obtain com plete returns from this precinct, owing to a postponement of the final count until this morning. We give here with full returns for a portion of the officers: Democrat*. Republican*. ■Ilia.20* Wren.3:7 Itsily. 400 Smith.327 McLaugb in.201 Atchin*on.3iS Cavanaugh.388 Marcha.it.308 I.aiptyre.318 MeCulloch.2-0 Lory.324 Cham.315 Dowell.34S Knicht.JlO Deatty.327 Cromer.345 [Notk.— W# have heon unable to procure the exact figures ot the vole for Cnssidy and Wallace, for long term Senator, but Cassidy's majority in this town is put at 18 votes.—Reportrb.J pnrro puernrcr. Following are the returns front Pinto precinct: Democratic.Electors, 4; Re publican Electors, 6. Democrats. Kills. 4 Kirkpatrick. 4 Cassidy.. 4 Hakei. 4 Daily. 4 McLaughlin. 4 Cavanaugh,...:. 5 Laspeyro. f> Dewitt. 4 Harmon. 4 Hyland.,. 4 Powell. .% Levy... 3 Morrill. I Kdwards.. 4 Molinolli.. 4 Kaye. 4 Levin. 3 Oborer.... 4 Beatty... 1 Pryor. 3 H inroll. 4 Campbell. I Titus. 4 CV-n.stitu. Con. yos... 2 republican*. Wren. 6 Leonard. 8 Wallace. 8 Hubbard. 5 Smith. 8 Atchinson. 8 Merchant. 8 McCulloch,.. 4 Sins. 8 Hes«el<. H Irani el. 8 Knight. 5 Chase. 7 Davenport. 8 Conklin. 8 Bishop.0 Johnson. 8 Bare. 7 Beadle... 8 Cromer. 9 McKay. 7 Clark. 8 Stowell. 8 Johnson. 8 Constitu. Con. yes... 8 AI.I.1SOV* ItAV'll, Following are the full returns from Allison's Itancli precinct: Democrat*. Currie.... 5 BlennorbuMolt. •'» iiagerman. k hill*. * Kirkpatrick. 7 Camdiy. * Baker. 0 Uailr.10 Cavanaugh. - McLaughlin. . - La*peyre. .. 8 Dewitt.. 0 Harmon. w Kylaml. 0 Powell.10 Levy. 9 Morrill. & M. lioolii.7 Kayo.tt Beatty. 9 Pryor.7 ■ - < Kopa biican*. Dairgatt. 7 Tuny. 7 Itiihop. 7 Wren. 7 Leonard....... 5 Wallaco. 7 Hubbard. 6 Smith. 7 Marchant. - .Atcbinson. - .McCulloch. - Sim. 3 Dn«kell. 3 Inunol. 3 Knight.2 Chan. 3 Davenport. 7 liishop. 5 Johnson.... . b Cromer. " McKay. 5 Intkiiknt in tuk Election.—Inter est in tlie election >vas kept up yester day, and all day long and tar into the night the streets were crowded with men, anxious to learn the latest returns. The uncertain character of such of the dispatches from tile East as were bulletined, and the close run ning of the county served to keep the interest up to the highest pitch, and betting on t lie result, from President down to Constable, was freely Indulged in. The law forbids betting on the re sult of any election; but it is inter preted to mean that persons are only forbidden to bet while au election is pending, and that when the election ia over the restriction is removed. This is a rational view of the case, as the law is only intended to prevent elec tions from being influenced by tot ting, which it lias happened that they have been. Sulphur Station.—At this precinct fourteeu votes were polled, as tollows; Tilden 9, Hays 5, Ellis 9, Wren S.Kirk parick 9, l^onard 5, Cassidy 10, Wal laco 4, Baker 9, Hubbard 6, Baity 10, Cavanaugh 9, McLaughlin 0, Laspoyie 11, Dewitt 9, Sias 5, Harmon 9, Haskell 5, Hyland 12, Funnel 2, Howell 10, Knigbt 4, Levy 9, Chase 5, Merrill 9, Davenport 5, Moiinelli 9, Bishop 5, Edwards 8, Conklin 0, Kaye 9, Johnson 5, laivin 7, Page 7, Oberer 9, Beadle 5, Beany, 8, Cromer fi, Pryor 9, McKay 5. Precincts to Hear From.—The only precincts yet to hear from are Cortez and Roberts Creek. We have not received full returns from Allison's Hunch, but learn that it went niue Democratic to six Republican. Elected. — A messenger came in late last night, from Cortez, with the election returns. Cassidy received 8 votes l»’ere and Wallace 4. This in sures Cassidy’s election beyond a doubt. No Business. — The election on Tuesday did not result in any business for the Justice’s Court. There were a few arrests for boisterousness and drunkenness, but the arrested parties were all turned out and sent on their way rejoicing as soon as they bad re covered from the effects of the election. - - Condolence Meeting.—'There will be a meeting at the graveyard ut 12 o’clock to-night, to condole with the defeated candidates. Every voter who has assured a defeated candidate that he voted for him is requested to be 1 pressut. Beautiful.—Amidst the strife, the clash, the bitterness and the heart burnings incident to the day of elec tion and the few days immediately preceding, the weather still holds beau tiful. The sun shines brightly, shed ding its warmth upon the successful and defeated candidates alike, and moves along on its way to San Fran cisco regardless of whether Prodder is elected or Skeezicks is defeated. It may be there are some men wiio think the world ought to stop going round because t hey have been defeatod, but we can inform them on the best au thority, based on precedent, that it will do nothing of the kind, hut w ill keep right on until Gabriel Mows his born and nil things terrestrial go to eternal smash. But we started to talk about the weather, whicli is one of the most prolific stand-by items in a reporter’s repertoire. Well, then, the weather thus far this week has been of the mildest and most pleasant description; so warm as to render stoves a super fluity and overcoats a rarity. Yester day was an exceptionally fine day, and it was taken ad vantage of by numer ous ladies to slip out and do their shopping and show their new winter bonnets; and the presence of the fair ones on Main street lent an air of gay ety to that thoroughfare and had a sort of softening influence on the harsh out lines of the old stiffs who laid drunk and asleep on the sidewalks. Truly, the influence of woman is humaniz ing. Much Scratching.— Owing to the large number of scratched tickets poll ed at Tuesday’s election, the count in the two Eureka precincts was not completed until after five o’clock last evening. One thing, at least, was demonstrated by this election ; viz : that the nomination by either political party was not, by any means, equiva lent lo an election, as in days gone by. Personal popularity and a little trading were the factors which entered most largely into the contest; and, taken all together, it was about the worst mixed election that the oldest inhabitant lias ever seen in this part of the country. In the Second precinct the votes were all counted, but the totals were not added up, and the ballots and tally lists vvero locked up under seal till this morning, when the work of getting at the result was expected to be resumed and completed. -^ Accident to a I.aty. — Yesterday afternoon, while a party of three ladies were riding along the street which is popularly known as Poverty Gulch, the horse which thoy were driving be came unmanageable. The vehicle in which they were riding was what is called a buck-board, and It was precip itated over a high bank, which bad been graded out for the foundation of a bou-e, and the occupants thrown to the ground. Two of the ladies escaped without injury, but the other, Mrs. I Baily, wife of David E. Daily, struck the ground w ith considerable force and receiver a severe cut in the forehead. She was picked up and conveyed to her home and Dr. Chamblin was called to attend liar. The Doctor dressed the lady’s wound and expressed the opin ion that, though painful and severe, it was not necessarily dangerous. Relics.—Relics of tbe election of Tuesday were lying ground loose yos terdsy. They were in the shape of men sleeping on the sidewalks and woodpiles, where they had laid down when overcome by a superabundance of patriotic enthusiasm. Sic transit glo riousTuesday. Kroe wliiskyacilibitum don’t come every day in tlie woek; and the stiffs, considering that they are hanging on tbe ragged edge of a hard winter, are more to be pitied than blamed for taking advautage of the situation. Ball Pcwponep.—Tbo ball of Knick erbocker Hose and Hook and Ladder Co. which was announced to take place to-night, is postponed to the night of Thanksgiving Day. On ac count of the excitement incident of the election, there has not been the interest manifested in this hall which the members of the company desire to see displayed, and its postpone ment is in order to give people time to cool otl and get down to the legiti mate business of earning a living and enjoyiug themselves. Teams Wanted.—Teamsters are re ferred to the advertisement of Mr. Everts, under the head of “New To day.” _ SPECIAL NOTICES. Hotel at Pinto.—I have leased the hotel saloon ana stablca at Pinto, formerly con ducted by James Allen, which I will run in a first-class manner. The table will bo sup plied at all times with tho best the market affords. The best liquors and cigars can bo procured at the bar. flood stabling and feed for horses. nob-tf THOMAS FITZPATRICK. - ♦ Attention, Epicures.—Fresh fish and East ern transplanted and California oysters in the shell, received eyery day by express from San Francisco at the Saiarac Chop Stand. no3-tf WM. WALKER. Winter Cnokrclothino.—The best assort ment of Gent’s heavy California flannel un derwear. cassiuero shirts, hats caps, boots, shoes, etc. can be feund at the Golden Rule store CHEAP FOR CASH. n4-tf Ir Russia really goes to war with Turkey, sho will thereby eommit a " fowl ” act, lor which Joe, of the Golden Rule Store, prom isos to knock spots out of bor, which, with his continually increasing stock of gents' fur nishing goods, hats, caps, boots, shoes and a general line of notions, he will be perfectly able to do. o27 Nkw Goopr continually arriving at the now quarters of the Golden Rule Store, in Sandy Van Alstinc’s old stand, one door south of Paxton A Co's Rank. o'SI Will Be Ausxnt.—Hr. Hamilton roquosts us to slate that ho will in a fow days visit White l’ine on professional business. He will bo absent from Eureka soveral days. In 'he meantime, any person desiring anythin* in the dental lino should call ou him at once. sepiO-tf Hurrah for Salt River!—Just reoeived, at Mrs. Ashim's, a lot of pigs’ foot, sheep tongues and German pickles; pearl hominy and Eastern oaimeal in packages. o2» Notice.—Tho Democratic County Central Committee will not pay any bills contracted by any person eicept some member of the Executive Committee. ol-td A. E TITFS, Chairman. Still is the Field.—Received from New York, a largo assortment of Drugs and Patent Modicines, Paints, Oils, Chemicals, etc.; also, a largo invoice of fire-proof Lamp Chimneys ot tho La Rastie (French) process, guaruntoed to stand fire for six months; also a large assortment of chimneys (Ives’ patent), lire proof; also a large assortment of other kinds of manHfactiires. Agpnt for Combs’ Lamp Co. Will sell at bed-rock prices for cash. La Rastie fire-proof chimneys, 30 cents each. Ives’ fire-proof chimneys, 23 cents each, liameeook student chimneys. 23 cents cacti. Sold at the City Drug .Store by *23 • _ __ L. TERRY. Kl'KKKA HOTEL. E. M. Raum, tho pioneer purveyor to tho I’ali“«de public, liss fitted up anew, through out, the hurnkn Hole!, near his old place in Palisade, and travelers to and from Eureka, and th-' public gunor.illy.emi rely upon getting first-class meuD and nuinber unu beds at all times by interviewing tbu genial host of the Eureka Hotel. ocl3-tf Noth;*.—All persons having bills against the k k Company are notified to leave them at the oflicc of the company on orb'fore the third 'lay of ouch month, otherwise they will bo laid ovor until tho next month. WM. ARRIXHTOX, n2-8t Superintendent. Tiik war in Europe will afford to a great ex tent thu American ma-ket, and goods of all kind* will take a ra'so; therefore, it is recom mended that everybody go the Golden Kule •Store and buy immediately their winter’s stock of underclothing, etc., CHEAP FOR CASH. _ 027 Watches and jewelry neatly repaired. If you want to have your watches and jewelry repaired in a workmanlike manner, go to P. Stoler’e jewelry store, one door south of 8. Ashirn A Co., Main atraet. 22-aplfltf The Czar of Russia has ordered an immense supply of tobacco and cigars from the Gol den Kule Store, one door south of Paxton A Co’s Bank, Eureka, Nevada, for use in his large armies. o27 Campaign Badges, Skyrockets and Roman Candles at Joe’s Golden Kule store, adjoining Paxton k Co'a bank. no4-tf Ore Thousand Dollars’ worth of buck skin, combination and other gloves, gaunt lets and mitts, at the Golden Rule Store, CHEAP FOR CASH. oZ7 CLOSING OUT SALE! CLOSING OUT SALE! Now is Your Chance! —•— A 010,000 STOCK OF DRY AXD FAXCY GOODS WILL BE SOLD AT Seventy-five Cent* on the Dollar WITHIN THE NEXT SO DAYS. lyjEYERS A FRANK LIN WOULD respectfully announce to the pnblio that they have bought the entire stock of Moore A Me Dougall, consisting in part of Silks, Dress Goods, Fancy Goods, Embroidory, Hosiery, Corsets, Shoos, Slippers, etc., which they offer to the public at the aboTe-mentioned reduction, at the same place. TERMS: - - - CASH ONLY. Store to Let, Fixture* for Sale. METERS A FRANKLIN. [nclO-tf] I MEAN BUSINESS ! T HAVE JUST RECEIVED A L fin* assortmens of jewely for th* holidays. Also a well selected stock of fc ^*3 SILVER and PLATED WARE. Cake V±j/ Basket*, Castors, Piokle and Butter Dish**, Goblets, Napkin Kings, etc. My motto is: QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS WATCHES AND JEWELRY Repaired in a workmanh e manner, and all work guaranteed. Give me a call. FRANK DURKEE. d21tf WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY, TELECRAPH MONEY ORDERS. 'PHIS COMPANY IS PREPARED TO ^ 1 t ..asrnit monoy by telegraph to all points on tho Pacific Coast, and to nil nrinci quI cities and town* tier stighout the United States. For terms, apply to Local Agents. ieS-if LAMBERT MOLINELLI, Notary piibijc and search* KK of RECORDS. Copyist, General Collector and Real Fsta'e Agent. Legal instruments of all descriptions car* (ally executed. OFFICE—In the Law Office of Goo. W. Raker. jv3-tf Sewing Machines. WP. IIASKELL k CO. ARE NOW • Agents for the Siuger and Domestic SoniDg Machines. They have machines for rent: also, a low second band machines which will he sold very cheap. Will also tell ms* chines on the installment plan, if de3ired ' ell-tf DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Ac. THEY HUE COME! They Are Here ! ! JAKE COHN'S NEW FALL STOCK OF CLOTHING ! HATS, SOOTS AND SHOES, —AND— Furnishing Goods HAS: ARRIVED. JT COMPRISES THE LATEST AND most Fashionable Stylea of Clothing, made of the beat material, and nobby and atyliah in cut. Business Suits, DressISuits, Overcoats, Of every quality and price, suited alike to the means of the laborinc man and the millionaire, • the latest: thing :in hats. Cantlemen'sgUaderwoar, Of all Qualities, Styles.lShapes and Prices. TRUNKS, VALISES, BLANKETS/ TRAVELING BAGS, And other goods in that line help to make up one of the finest, most extensive and com plete and best assorted stock of goods in my line than was ever before seen in Eureka. Give me a call; and if I don't latiffy all comen that I oan sell them better Goods at lower priees than any other store in Eoreka ean or will do, then I will vote for their man for Constable.! JAKE COHK, OF THE MAMMOTH CLOTHING EMPORIUM, MAIN STREET. ETREKA. oT.tf MI8CKLLA.NKO VS. J. STRAUS’ MAIN JEWELRY STORE (Opposite J. A. Paxton A CVa Bank) EUREKA ! ^TBAl'M HAM OH HAND A NEW SUPPLY OF GOLD AND 8ILVXS WATCHES, JEWELRY. SILVERWARE, ETC. Call and im him, for be baa everything in (be line; in faat be import largely watches of tbe beat grade*, AMERICAN, EUrOZiMH and SWZII. He will aell every article at a GREATER REDUCTION than any other man in Euroka, Chriatma* and Wedding Preaonta of tbo RICHEST GOLD AND SILVER, All watoh work done by himaelf and WAR* RANTED FOR ONE YEAR. oll-tf F. STELEB, WATCHMAKER -AND JEWELER Importer and Dealer —IN — Fine American. English and 8wi» GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES. A MBRICAN WATCHES, E. HOWARD k J\ Co., American Watch Company, Wal tham, National Watch Company, Elfin and Springfield Watch Company. All of thaeo watchei he hai on hand, and of all grade* and prices. Also a large and well aaaolted •lock of Fine Gold Chains, Jewelry, Silver ware and Clocks. Which he offer* to aell at TWENTY-FIVE PKtt CENT. LESS than any other honte. Ploast call at hi* store, one door rsuth of 8. Asbim k Bro., and examine hie new (took of goods before purchasing elsowhere. Hi* motto is quick sales and small profits. A good assortment of pebble spectacles con stantly en hand. All of the above he guarantees to be of the BEST QUALITY, and warranted a* repre sented. N. B.—Special attention pe>1 to watch work. Watches repaired and cleaned and warranted for one year. New jewelry made to order, and jewelry neatly repaired. All order* from the country promptly at tended to. P. STELER. Eurek, July 4, 1870. jyfitf 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 auortment of Clear A Dressed Lumber, Flooring, Siding, Rustic and other STYLES OF SIDING, MOULDING, Lath, Shingles, Doors, Sash and Blinds, etc., always on Hand. EVERYTHING AT THE LOWEST CASH RATES. d7tt I). A t'. L. CO. Eureka Drug Store! SWamt Deer to It. B. Imm.l W dk Co’a Bank. O Where ean be found DRUGS, MEDICINES, Patent Medioines, Perfumery. Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils, Glass, Brushes, Varnishes, Etc. Careful attentien given to the prepara tion ot PHYSICIANS* PRESCRIPTIONS. anJOtl F. J. SCHNEIDER. Druggtet. CONRAD SCHAFER, Corner of Buel and Bateaan Sti.. Denier In Sew end leeend-naad FURNITURE! Mattrsss MianMom. ALSO, Bedding and Furniture! AS I BIT AND SELL, FOR CASH. AND da my own work. I can soil cheap, l'lease giro me a call. Repairing dona. This establishment has ao connection with W. P. Haskell A Co. I auMMm C. SCHAFER. HIRAM JOHNSON. Wholeeele and Retail Dealer in STAPLE AND FANCY ' GROCERIES Provisions Butter and Eggs a Specialty. Olleaaire linns a and Break teat Bacon. sugar cured, always on hand. avTbree doors north of Clark street. »a Main street. apltf WANTED IMMEDIATELY. OA TWENTY OOOfj CARPENTERS. jiA' Apply to JAS. SHARP, at the timber yard below depot of Eureka anil Palts%da Railroad Comrany. P. EVERT, Qen‘1. Supt. I Eureka, Nor. 1,1ST*. nl-VR