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EUREKA daily sentinel.
■‘bUNIIAY,' NOVEMBER 111. 1876. _ _• •- — ---- STOCK REPORT. •kn rranvlsee Ntock Rxrhange. AaS FgAitoiaCfl, November 18. Woantno KOABP. Ophir—<2(4 <3 42k blO I2H ,70 iltiuld A Curry—11.'4 II‘4 iy, Heat A llelohor—42 k, 42k 43 ‘ill Mexican—22 k 22k 22karn lHlCi C»l*fcrn‘*—**. <8'■6 48'4 (Hi Sava*e-»!4 »Jli »k 8 > ■US) Con. ' trginm—44k 44*^ 44k 44k 40 Chollar-** *7 . 02S llale A Norcroea—7 7 4 :c0 Crown, l’oint-8 * «ki « 'So Ww J-kSt-1«K 14V, loO nithir-M MM 14k ! -,10 S. Nevada —10* 10 4 ; ;tH0 Justice -22(4 23 22k V. Utab-H 14i0 150 Bullion -JO l'i Kxche<i'i*r—l*/a i o •Jvtrman—7i» ;,7i Union Cen.—12 11 i ;» l.ady Bryan-*0c 151 Julia—e‘4 120 Caledonia—8h 8 . •jo Baltimore 4,on.-2/» 2', Hayton-J 100 Now York Con.—o2/i« 100 Alta-2k 100 I.ady " a> i.-1 k 10IW Cuamopolitun- -iOc no Leopard—J » 4 :YI0 tlila—7ic 150 Andes-Ik 10 Kaymond A Ely-3 > 25 X. Belle—28 4 281-, j7v Eureka Con.—II I0J4 10/i ■VI Manhattan —13 100 Silver Hill—8 Wreel <tn»latloiia-l!SO P. M. Con. Virginia—44 k bid California-481', bid opbir-42k bid42k aaked 8, Nevada- 10k bid • Juatica—22(4 Did 23 aaked Eureka Con. 10 k bid Boat A Belcher-42k bid 43 aaked Mexican—22S bid tloitld A Curry—11*4 bid Yellow Jacket—14S bid llaleA Norcroaa-tik bid 7', aakod Leopard— 5 bid Belcher—14 k asked i'rown Point—8 •, bid Utah-11(4 bid Alpha—32 bid M odd—li bid Sarnife-ttk sale* Jmporiul—280c ggP!Ms^BBg8!B™gL!iJl LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Arrival! and Departnrai. ■ V THE Mill > Ann PAI laAIIK !All loan. n.parlaraa Ymlarilay, Louis I.icbea K iiarria H Martyn .1 Rice It II Cline M Devose k Wadleigh \V Stilsel ( .Schulte Mrs C Schulte Mi.*a Ida liorin C N Felton Arrlvwla l,aal Nig lit. ii R Ford A 41 Rich B Falconer R Young ft It .MoKin ley J as Scow K 11 Junes Mrs k Baxley J Heberts II Ames rki.iuihl'* jmricns. Mkthoihst Church—Rev. J. a. Gray, pastor. Services at the Court litflise. at II a. m. and 7 p. M. A cor dial invitation is extended to all to attend. Subject of evening lecture: •• Kxtremes.” St. Kinian's Churuii— Rev. James J. Ilvtic*, l'aator. Mass at 10:30 a. m. stmday school at 2 o'clock r. M. Vcs pm at 7:30 p. m. The first Sunday of meh mouth there will he first mass at * o'clock; tlie second at the usual hour. St. Jamks' Church.— Itev. Charles II. Marshall, rector. Services at II a. M.,atid 7:30 o'clock p. m. Sunday school at 2 p. m. Nonts freo. All are cordially invited to attend. Pkksrytkrias Church—Services at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7 o'clock r. a. I'nios Saihiath School—Meets to day at 12 o'clock, at the Presbyterian church. Ki. Dorado South.—Joe Mendes, of this place, learns from a reliable source that ilia KI Dorado South Mining Com pany, located at lielmont, Nye county, has been for some time and is now ex tracting daily large quantities of very rich ore from the -ton loot level. Hi-! inlorinant says that, having tilled all 1 available apace below, intbe mine, with rich ore, they ara now compelled to hoist it out or atop operations. Only six men are at present employed in tli« mine, but it is expected that as the "cat's now out of the hag" a larger fere* will be employed and the re duction of ore stain commenced. We hope these reports are true, for the sake of numerous stockholders in Ku reka who have paid their proportion of assessments, dining a spaci ot less than eighteen months amoun'ing to the enormous niiti ot $310,000. l’ho mine is also reported to be lit splendid condition, very little water to contend with, and no obstacle whatever in the way to prevent continuous and re munerative operations. Sarcastic.—Brother Skillman of the White I'ine yews, at the recent elec tion was defeated for Stale Senator by a small majority, whereupon ho ad dresses himself thusly to the members of his party who failed to support him: The eighteen Democrats who voted •gainst us for Stale Senator, had they •"own that there was * United Stales Unitor to be elected two years lienee would not have done so. However, we suppose they are not to be blamed lor what they did not know. fN New Mexico.—A private letter recently received by a gentleman of this place tells of the whereabout of Doctor L. 0. McKenuey and Harry strout, both former citizen* of Kureka. Thoy are In the San Juan mining re gion in New Mexico. The letter gives uo particulars regarding their r-os pects nor does It say in „|ut business they are engaged. It is presumable, however, that they are on the lookout for u bonanza. As a team, no two per sons could he found better adapted to each other than Doctor McKenney and Marry Strout. .- - — — The Haity Man.—We score an other for Spring street. M. B. Bartlett was the happy man yesterday. It is a ooy, and all concerned are getting Along as well aa could be expected. Maryland.—The oflicial statement of tlie vote of this State gives Tilden a majority of 19,799. Letter from Deadwood. — Jim Middaugh received a letter yesterday from Deadwood, dated the 9th instant. It was written by C. VV. Mather, for merly of this place, and announced tlie death by suicide, on tlie 5th in stant, ol John Harbinson. Deceased also formerly resided here, and for a long time tended bar at tlie 1‘ulace Saloon. No particulars are given of tlie suicide further than it was com mitted with a revolver. The writer sneaks of a mining excitement caused by rumored discoveries of rieli dig gings about 75 miles from Deadwood, which created a general stampede from the last named place. Mr. Ma ther appears well satisfied with tlie prospects of that section and antici pates lively times there in the spring. Among the Kureka notables at Dead wood is Lobster Jack, tlie celebrated British warbler. - - Incendiary Kirk in Newark Val ley. — Last Thursday night some scoundrel set tire to the buildings on the ranch of T. J. White, in Newark Valley, about eighteen miles from this place.' Tlie house, barn and granary were all consumed, together with their contents, consisting of household furnituro, liny, grain, vegetables, etc. I^iss about $3,000. There was no one on the premises at the time, Mr. White and his family being absent on a visit to some friends on Currant creek. There is no doubt but the tire was the work of an incendiary, although Mr. White is at a loss to conjecture the motive which prompted tlie net. For Skroeant-at-Arms.—- Richard W. (iuiberson, of Kureka, will be a candidate for !Sergeant-at- Arms of the Senate at tlie incoming session. If the Democrats secure the organization there is (lie strongest probability that Mr. Guibersou will win. He is an earnest, active, live, working, rustling Democrat, and as much entitled to tlie position as any man in the State. Me lias a sufficient cumber of Senators pledged to him to insure liis nomina lion in caucus. Hailing from the Base Mange we, of course, shall hope to see him succeed. Dick is a good man for the place. Taxics, Tax km.—Wo would remind our lux lux-paying readers that to morrow is the last day of grace for the payment of .State and county taxes. Owners ot property represented on the assessment roll will save themselves trouble and costs by settling up before the taxes become delinquent, l-'or the accommodation of the public Mr. Im mel, Deputy County Treasurer, will keep bis office open until midnight, after which lime the books will be closed for the season so far as he is concerned. ---♦ ■ . - Suspicious.—An overshoe, believed to be the property of l’ete Oanavan, was found in the treasure box left be hind by the Pinto stage robbers. We don't like to lie personal, but it will stand Peter in baud to show that be hasn't lost a shoe of the character do nominated. We thought Pete was too smooth to leave ovidenee iiehind to convict him. It was a snowshoe that Pete lost in the draw. N'tMflops.—A party of Nimrods, con sisting of Luther (.’lark. Dr. Chamblin, John Henry King and .Sidney McCoy, led this morning for a ten days’ hunt ing cruise in Kuby valley. Messrs. Clark, Chamblin and McCoy will de vote themselves to the slaughter of rabbits, ducks and other small game, but John Henry w II scorn to draw a bead on anvlliing less than an ele phant or buffalo. ♦ — Tuiixkr Housk IlKsTAfiiA-sr.—Mrs. K. K. Krown, the well known caterosa, has taken the above named restau rant,which >be is determined to make the favorite eating place of the town. The table will always be supplied with the choicest products of the markets, which will be served in a style unsur passed in any establishment on the coast. See her advertisement under tlie head of “ New To-day.” —* ♦ — SuoctssKUL.—At latest accounts O. I,. Scott bad got in bis work and wrecked the whole of Pogonip. Dr. Herrick got stuck and played ofT his White Pine Indian war scrip. He says lie had the best ot the game, as he played his scrip at 7.i cents on the dollar when it was really worth but about tM) cents. For Arizona.—Five thousand Ore gon cattle have passed through Ne vada this fall en route for Arizona. Most of the herds had large families with them. Several hundred with a fair sprinkling ot women and chil dren have crossed to the southward between here and Austin. They were all looking for a w armer climate. Kicked by a Mule.—Tom Smith, a teamster hauling barley from Kuby Valley, got kicked by one of his mules yesterday morning. He was not bad ly hurt, though considerably bruised. We don't know which of the doctors attvnded him. Information Wanted.—Geo. Sur lier, of Pleasant Hill, Iowa, writes to ascertain the whereabouts of Ills broth er Samuel B. Surber, who used to burn coal in these parts. Any infor mation addressed as above will be thankfully received. From Piochk. — Charley Meyers, Postmaster at Pioclie, was in town yesterday renewing bis assurances with his many friends here, lie left tin this morning’s train for Virginia City, to he gone a couple of weeks. A Clerkship.—Charlie Hoover will apply for a clerkship in the next Leg islature. He is competent and honest, and we should be very glad to see him get away with a lucrative position in one house or the other. There is a message at the Western Union Telegraph office for Fred. Scott. Religious Notice.—The Methodist H'huroh service will be held at the I Court-house until further notice. Commission.—Morris H. Joseph, of the Golden Rule Store, advertises that he will purchase for cuslomors any thing wanted in San F rancisco or tiny other market, in any desired line of goods for a commission.' He means by this that lie lias placed himself in the mcrchnntiie field as a regular commis sion agent or middle-mail. He has splendid facilities and we recommend him to the peopleof Eureka, town and county, as just the man to till the bill. Ity ordering goods through him you will save money. He has added to his several lines that of upholstery goods, wbicli he offers at wholesale or retail, and can sell or procure you anything in this lino from a paper of upholster’* tacks to a holt of tine silk damask fur niture covering. Give this lively man of business a call and see whether you can save money by it or not. * -♦-— Bullion Shipment.—Manhattan S. M. Company shipped to-day 12 bars of bullion, weighing pounds, and rained at 12,205 35. Total for the week, 24 bars, weighing, l.OSfi pounds, and valued at $24,595 04.—hcvcillr., 17f/i hint. PitooitKssiNu Finely.—The Rich mond extension of tiie Ruby Hill nar row-gauge is progressing finely. A largo number of men are employed in the grading and the work is going ahead with the utmost activily. SPECIAL NOTICES. UrnoLSTKRKRS'Goour.—Jo., at tho Golden Rule Htora, baa now on band a small stock of window shades and upholstery goods suitable to tho wants of the manufacturing uphol sterer. These goods came to him direct from the largest house in that line in the United ■States. Added to his stock on band, he will order and receive at shortest notice furniture covernipgsin damasks, reps or any material required or anything else in this lino of good-. Parties furni-hing houses will do well to see him. nl9-tf —-♦ Tin: finest and bast variety of buckskin and combination gloves in Eureka, at the Golden Rule Store, CHEAP FOR CASH. nl!Mf Cheap for Cash—A splendid new lino of cassimere shirts and California undercloth ing, at the Golden Rale Store. nI9-tf —-♦ Commission.- M. If. Joseph, of tho Golden Rulo Store, Commission Agent for tho pur chase and sale of all kinds of merchandise, offers his services to his friends and tho pub lic generally. WiU puichaso groceries, dry goods, or any line of goods desired in San Francisco or uny other market in lots to suit the parebasor. Call and inquire his terms, and save money by doing so. nlOtf Hats, caps, boots, shoes, cigargs, tobacco, white and calico shirts, nockties.eollars,over all8, jumpers, and Yankee notions, CAKAP FUR CASH, at the Golden Rule Store, one door south of Paxton & Co’s Bank. Attention, Epicures.—Fresh fish and East ern transplanted and California oysters in the shell, received every day bv express from San Francisco at the Saiarac Chon Stand. no3-tt . WA1. WALKER. Still in the Field.—Received from New York, a large assortment of Drugs and Patent Modicines, Paints, Oils, Chemicals, etc.; also, a large invoice of fire-proof Lamp Chimneys ol the La Rastie (Froncli) process, guaranteed to stand fire for fix months; also a large assortment of chimneys »Ives’ patent), fireproof; also a large assortment of other kinds of manufacture*. Agent for Combs' Lamp Co. Will sell at bed-rock pricos for cash. La Rastie fire-proof chimneys, V) cents each. Ives’ fire-proof chimneys, cents each. Gamecork student chimneys. 2’> cents each. Sold at tho City Drug .'■'tor© by tea _ __ L. TERRY. i;iri:ka hotel. E. M. Rnum, tho pioneer purveyor to tho Palisade public, his fitted up anew, through out, the Eureka Hotel, near his old place in Palisade, and travelers to end from Eureka, and the public generally,can rely upon getting tirst-cla*« meals and number ono nods at all times by interviewing tho gonial host of tho Eureka Hotel. oclS-tf Hotel at Pinto.—I have leased tho hotel saloon anu stables at Pinto, formerly con ducted by James Allen, which I will run in a fir.;t-cla*s manner. The table will be sup plied at all times with the best the market affords. Tho best liquors and cigars can bo procured at the bar. Good stabling and feed for horses. noo-tf THOMAS FITZPATRICK. Watcher and jowelry noatly repaired. If you want to havo your watches and jowelry repaired in a workmanlike manner, go to P. Stelor’s jewolry store, one door south of S. A shim A Co., Main street. ‘J’J-aplbti Hurrah tor Salt River !—Just received, at Mrs. Ashira's, n lot of pigs’ feet, sheep tongues and Gorman pickles; pearl hominy and Eastern oa meal in packages. o29 D. B. ZMME& dt CO. BANKERS. In the Old Exprnu Building. Main Street, Eureka. RAWS AT SIGHT ON SAN rRANCISCO, NEW tore; • LONDON, And all principal cities in tbe United States and Europe. Discount commercial paper. Receive deposits in Coin or Currency on open account; Certificates or Special Deposits, and will transact a (■•nornl Itnnklng Bniliins. Dong exp rience in the Colleclliig Department Cf Welle, Fargo k Co., justifies us in an nouncing that wo will make Col lections from Abroad a Npcrial ty _____ apfitl JOUR A. l’AXTOR, ALLKR A. CURTIS. B. MULLRH PAXTON & CO., B A i\r b: ID B s. EUREKA, NEVADA, Draw at sight, in sums to sun ON Anglo-Ualifornian Bank.San Francisco Anglo-Ualifornian Bank.London J. A W. Seligmun A Co.Now York D. 0. Mills A Co.Sacramento Decker A Jewett.Marysville White A McCoruick.Salt Lake City Discount Commercial paper. Make Collec tions, Receive Deposits in Coin or Currency on open account. Certificate, or Special De posit, and transact A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS MINING STOCK BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. mhll PRiyTIXG. Owing to its Snpenor Facilities, -at— THE SENTINEL OFFICE Cub he executed all kind* of JOB PRINTING AT LOWE R RATES Than any other Office in the State. “ Fosters to toll that your goods have come in, Handbills to show when the sale will begin. Dodgers that help you to soil them; otroamers lor barn doors and fences, where 1 he people will read with an eager stare. And make up their minds right then and there. To buy whero those handbills tell them. "Business cards, too—just examine and choose— Calling cards. Dent for your wife to use. The handsomest ever she carried; And then for your daughter—oh, go Vay ! Look at our samples and you will say That snch wedding cards couldn't be made in a day When your daughter’s mothor was mar riod. " Well, you’ll need some wedding cards after a while. And you’d batter be dead than out of style, Fo when you are outon a rbaso For anything handsome, and slylish, and fine. And nobby, and elegant, sweet and divine, tor the cheapest and host in the printing line, J ust call at the Serrnyftl. place. “ Letterheads ?—Well, that’s a weakess with us. It’s the tiling about which we make the most fuss. And where we have no competition; We've the handsomest stylos and the best de* signs. The most elegant type for the prettiest lines, No matter in what way yuur taste inclines. We can till out your hardest condition. “ Billheads—to your slow-paying friends to bo sent. In designs that will make them pay up every cent, And send for more goods a cash order; Choc a blanks tbut are good whon you can't raise a loan. That will all but draw blood from a turnip or •tone. That are solvent enough to stand straight up, alone. If you balance them upon the border. “ Ball tiekots—good as a full stringed bund. For your foot will dunce when they touch yaur bund. As they will ut tbe viol’s sound; And our ball programmes are the hand somest, sweetest. Daintiest, nobbiest, prettiest.neateat, Cheapest and best, and withal the complet est That anywhere erer were found. “ Cards for suppers, parties, dinners. Cards for saints aiul cards for sinners. Cards for all your orders; Cards for friends to see you married, Cards to friends to see you buried, And for frien is that still have tarried. Cards with mourning borders. • And for anything else—for the half is n’t told— For everything printed, and pablislied and soid, We can make you the best and the cheap est; Legal blanks, mortgage, lease or deed, Whatever form clerK or lawyer may need. We can furnish complete in the shortest speed, And in style and shape the neatest. " Whatever is printed—in any designs— What can ever be made with typical signs, Whatever the graver can trace. For the handsomest work, in the styles most neat, For concert room, otfico, for parlor or stroet, W here prices and quality can not be beat, The fiKMNSKL you'll tind is the plaee.” ALL ORDERS FOR JOBS WILL PH PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. DRY GOODS, CLOTH ISO, Ac. THEY HAVE (ONE! They Are Here ! I JAKE COHN’S NEW FALL STOCK OF CLOTHING I 1 HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES, -AND— ?. • I I Furnishing Goods HAS ARRIVED. FT COMPRISES THE LATEST AND most Fashionable Stylos of (.Tothinc. made of the best material, and nobby and stylish in cut. Business Suits, Dress Suits, Overcoats, Of ©eery quality and price, suited alike to the means of the laboring man and the millionaire. THE LATEST THING IN HATS. _ | Centlemen's Underwear," Of all Qualities. Styles, Shapes and Trices. TRUNKS, VALISES. t BLANKETS, TRAVELING BAGS, And other goods in that line help to make up one of the finest, most extensive and com plete and beet assorted itock of goods in my line than was ever before seen in Eureka. Give me a call; and if I don't satisfy all comers that I can sell them better Goods at lower prices than any other store in Eureka can or will do, then I will vote for their man for Constable. JAKE COHN, OF THE MAMMOTH CLOTHINQ EMPORIUM, MAIN STREET, EUREKA. oT-tf % MISCELL A NEO US. T. J. BELL'S STAGE EIMTE --TO TYBO AND BELMONT I STAGKS LEAVE Kurvka Kerry Fourth liny, n 7:30 O'clock A. M. Oflico at Wells, largo Sc CVi office Good coaches and lino stock. #e*4jel7 STAGE LINE BETWEEN AUSTIN AND EUREKA. (NONN'KCTING ON AN1) AFTER MON j DAY. JULY 31, 1874, at The Willows WITH STONKBARGER’S STAGE LINE For Belmont. Stages leave Eureka on Monday, Wednes day and Friday mornings, at (1 o'clock. Stages leavo Austin Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, ut<> o'clock. wri ’assengera by this line will be furnish ed excellent meals at tne Milieus Station, where ample time will bo given tor dinner each way. J. A. WILSON, Proprietor. Office at the Parker House, Eureka. jy28tf J. L. IlmciLBY. Agent. EUREKA, HAMILTON and P10CHE STAGE LINE. I»llmer «t Salisbury, Proprietors. Connecting with the eureka and Palisade Railroad. Leaves Eureka for Hamilton every morning at 7 o’clock. Loaves Hamilton for Pioohe every altornate day, Sundays included. Leaves Hamilton for Eureka every day. Leaves Pioohe for Hamilton and Eureka '■very alternate day, at 8 a. m„ Sundays in cluded. Carrying V. S. Mail and Wells, Fargo A Co’s Express. Fine American horses and nevr Concord coaches. Office at Wells, Fargo A Oo’s. mrl5-tf JUST RECEIVES J. H. MICHEL'S. MAIN ST., EUREKA. First iloor above W. II. Stowell’s Drug Store, A fresh stock of , Stationery of all kinds, Cigars and Tobacco, Meerschaum Pipes. Cutlery, Toys, And fancy goods of all kinds. N. B. — A choice lot of ALBUMS for holi day presents. • d8tf PIONEER Barber Shop & Bath House, First door north of tho Pioneer Restaurant. North Ma>" street. Eureka. f|MIK UNDEUS’.JNKD. HAVING KE JL contl.v openeu the above establishment! ofTers his professional services o all who desire a first-class ohysiognomi »l HAIR CUT. or an ecstatic S11AVE. es~ Hair Cutting, 50 contt. Shumpooingl 50 cents. Connected with the estab> lishmnntare several noatand elegant Bath Rooms, where the most desirable Ilot or Cold Baths cun be had at all times. BATHS, SO CENTS. A share if public patronage is solicited. JAMES M. M. MOODY. Prop'r. DAVID LUNDBOM ASS AVER. Ollier: .Mails Htrert, opposite llir Flo. urrr Rrntaiiraul. »e"Aecurate assays guaranteed. A SMALL ADVANCE KUOM MV FOE MEH very low ram will be charged in the future, though fees wilt still be kept reasonable as possible. Strangers,are rouuired to pay in advance. Eureka. August 212. 18711. aulltl-tf To All Whom Jt May Concern. ■\rOTICE IS 1IUUEUY GIVEN THAT la the undersigned, being a resident of Eureka county. State of Nevada, w ill ap ply to the District Court of Eureka county. State of Nevada, at the Ghurt-house ill Eu reka, in said county, on MiiNDaY the 18th day of December, A, D. 1876, at 10 o'clocK a. m.. of said duy. or as soon thereafter as coun sel can be heard, for an order to do and carry on business in my own name and on my own account. The business 1 intend to carry on is mining, buying and selling personal property and real estate, saloon ami general merchan dising. M AT IE D A AY ITT E N B E KG. Per Guo. IV. Bakkii, Att’y. Dated this loth duy of November, A. I). 1876. nlO-lw MINING TAX. Notice is here by given that the taxes on tho proceeds of the mines of Eureka county f,jr the quarter ending Sept, 110, 1876, are now due and payable at my office, and that the law with regard to the collection of the same will be strictly en forced. J. C. POWELL, Assessor of Euioka county. Enroll n, Nev., Nor. 13,1CT6. nib WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY. "■ - ■ TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS. 'IU1IS COMPANY IS PREPARED TO I U-iasmit money by telegraph to all points on tho I’aeiliu Coast, mid to all princi pal cities and towns tlir lughout the United Srutes. For terms, apply to Local Agent*. ieo-tf _ NOTICE. VrOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT il the iStato and County taxo* are now duo und payable at my office, at tho banking house of D. B. lmrael & Co., and that the law-? in regard to thoir collection will he strictly enforced. W. A. MONTGOMERY. County Treasurer and Ex-otficioTax Collector. Eureka, Out. 10, 1876. olHtf Sewin Machines. \y P. HASKELL A CO. ARE NOW IT • Agents for the Singer und Domestic Sewing Machines. They have machine* for rent: also, a few secondhand machine* which will be sold very cheap. Will also sell ma chines on the installment plun, if desired. *cS-tf NOTICE ! t LL PARTIES INDEBTED 10 US WILL •}. save themseivet trouble by immediate .•eftintuenl. N. S TROWBRIDGE A CO. Tybo, N’ov. H. H7 5. nl2tf