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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
'TUESDAY. DECEMBER 5, 1870. ~ T--■->--.g-- -- -T STOCK REPORT. Mnu I'rnnoiHro block Kxflmniff. San Franoinco, Iieconibar 1. NOUNINU HOARD. 270 Ophir—44!* 13 44'» 3i0 Mexican—237* 2:!'* 21b3 200 Unulil A Curry—124 S05 Best A llelehor—ti‘4 44!* 44 44'* Ml) California--40 *. 4'>M 4!l>« .110 Samite-10 8 11 10>* iso Choilar—7»'% 78 70'a SOblO 1 loO Con. Virginia—47!* 47‘* 47h ,123 Hale A Sorcroaa—714 7H 100 Crown Point—9!* 9 11# Yellow Jacket—1 i* 39) Imperial— 2.82'irc 113 Alpha—30 30* 11. Belcher- II* 11* 43 Confidence—12 113 S. Nevada—12'* 12* 5 Utah—13 30 Bullion -31* 32 g.fl Kxchoquor—13 125* 12* 320 ijvorruau—110 117 lie IIS’. 1720 Juatico -85H 2Sb)2d'2i * .180 Union Cen.-12'4 12* 170 Succor—50c 200 Buckoye-2 1-33 Juna-7>» ,)N 100 l.ady Bryan-)0c 3053 Caledonia 13* 13* Li;, 18! J lit) Knickerbocker—Wo .00 lllnbo—30c 31c 24 I) Baltimore Con.—8* o'* »i .5. Mill—ip* 10 410 Cballonve—2* 100 It. laland—S7*c .HH Alta—2* 2* 73 Woodvillo—1* 985 Lady Warn.—4 11)10 3* ion Occidental-2 3i0 Andoa—2bi0 2 KM S. Con. Virginia—Toe as) i’roapect— I* I 2100 Maryland—7(lc 75c bOe 700 Trojan—1 570 Leviathan—I1. 1* KVKfflftU luARD. '0 Bnymond «fc Ely—5 100 Jackcon—2H 4 JO Belmont 2*2'4 14"» Meadow Valley —90c 1 lO Leopard—5^4 V* into Gila-1 1 ’B 170 N. Bello—*4 34* .Jo I1h*i*ov—liOc 40.J (Ion. Tliomaf—1 * 11* 1&0 Manhattan—lO.*? l#o Modoc—0 I f) Co»o Con. —2V TOO New Co«o—3Wi 3 1JU# G. Chariot ~50e (KISe .«» Leo— 1 11) Baltimore Con.—3'* 3*4 UM) Ben .V Belcher— 444. 44 •% 44 » 41* . 850 Jui»tlco—28‘* 28'* 40o Ophir— 45 4o'a 37) Caledonia—l'C4 1344 l3Sb» 413 California— I * * 4 » * 275 Mexican -23* (0 Alpha—J* 2Uj C *onar -«•( M'i Mjs-2't bio 170 irerman 120 118 121 103 Savage—10 4 810 Joii. VirTima—17'4 47S 47 100 3» Si»z Belcher—03(tO 15* Kx hetiuer —1 * U ■ 1015 I in per ia I - 2.*2 Sr 2.83c 155 Yellow Jacket—1)* IdH l«t'4 4*' Gould A i urry—12 * II Cnion Con.-*12‘* 12'* 100 N. 1. Con.-IS LOCAL intelligence. Arrival* and Departure*. BV Til. Xl'BKAA A.t> PAl.Ig.IMt KA(I.Kf>AN. nrj.Arliirc. n««r*ib«r 3. J 1* l.tl. ft K J Trari« u'.M ii S iuireg J ohn s .-rotl L 11 ItoWsi. .1*. linker Arrival. I>m>iiibrr 3. l’rof iV.nl lire nr n Dill Shaw J t'ronnn pt'ronui Harry Kill* btavuiroa . Mr. 1'. hu dr.n ire i... ri iiri*. 1'Mlnr.lay. T J Be'l K M Ilouie Mrs tVui ll.irp. Arrl.nl. I k.I .Main. John Do.aneo 11 O Dell '1' t’an.-o J Vinciend ii W ('nriditif ton \V I’r.vJo K A Bliren J A .KoMoqui* AV II Lamh 1! Arabold Al ri Tnuhnl i apt VV itahbiu. Tin; •‘Man-Ivvtkh" Shot.—Tho Hold Hill AVer has the following state iiient ol the la*t exploit of Mike Me Cowan, the man eater: Some months niin-e, a well known gambler of Vir ginia ejected tlie man-eater from hi* *alo in. Dim other evening iho .sport happened to lie in Dave Mi-Karlan's saloon in Knnn. .Mike came In, and without any fuss at once lixod hi* leelli in file gnmtilei's arm. The man tell to tlie lloor and Mike I egan chew ing hi.. antagonist's leg. Tlie gainliler, linding his arm free, palled liis ro volver nnd sent a Dali through the beast’* neck, cau-ing a pain ft. I Dm not dangerous wound Virginia an 1 (Jold llill would not have lieen draped iu mourning had the bullet passed through tlie man-ester’s Drain. Met rowan was a resident of Kureka during its early days and served terms in the County Jail when it was a portion of Dander, llo lias all the attributes of a null dog except its cour age, and it i. to ho regretted that the Bullet of the Kono man didn’t light a few inchos higher up. I.AfAYETrK Restaurant. —'This in stitution, under the supervision of Henry Schaefer, has acquired a reputa tion second to none in Eastern Nevada. Everything that ean tempt the palate is to be procured there and served in stvle to which the most fastidious epi cure cannot but approve. He receives daily consignments of fresh fish and oysters from Nan Francisco, besides having a corner on the choicest truck tarnished by our local markets. Nee his ad. under the head ol “New To bay." Mahqukuadk Bai.l.—Iiy reference to an advertisement undor tlie head of “New To-day,” it will be seen that the Eureka public are to be favored with a Kraud bal masque, at Bigelow’s Hall, on Christinas night. Tlie gentlemen who have undertaken this enterprise are Messrs, Bigelow A Mlliicli. They have made ample unangements for elegant costumes, and tiiu allair in every particular is certain to be a grat itying success. Spectators will be ad mitted at 60 each. For further de tails sou tlie ad. I»Minus (fc Bisn'tnAND.—Nov. 28th: Bepairs in milt and work of putting up hoisting works progressing favor ably and will soon be tinislied. Ore looks well in quality and quntitr. Contractors will commence to haul in on day after tomorrow. Shall soon bo enabled to got everything in excel lent order, and^vvork the mine botli at a protit and system. Eaml Back.—Or. Chamblin has a ueuralgiac hitch in the hack. It came on from tbo effects of his late duck buut. IX MKHOKIAH. * Yesterday, In the District Court, the ! following resolutions, in respect to the memory of J. K. Shafer, w'pre adopted: Whereas, By a dispensation ot Di vine Providence, our late brother, the Hon. J. K. Shafer, lias been suddenly removed from our midst by the inex orable hand of death, ami at the time of his decease was an honored and re spected me oilier of the bar; therefore, tie it Resolved, That in the death of our brother, Judge Shafer, the profession of Nevada has lost one of its ablest and most learned members; one who through a long career upon the Pacific | coast lias always been distinguished ; lor bis intellectual worth, for bis till I swerving integrity’, for his miostenta : tlous deportment and manners, and for liis uniform kindness and courtesy in all nf liis inlercouse with the world. Resolved, That in all the positions which lie has held, as a Judge upon the bench for many years in our neigh boring .State, California, a? a Delegate to Congress from the Territory of Idaho, that in these as well as all other stations of honor, trust or profit which lie haa been called upon to fill, he lias been ever true, faithful and honest in tlie discharge of his duties. Resolved, That we deeply deplore j his loss, and shall ever cherish ids i memory as a true friend atid brother, to whom we were attached by the strongest ties of friendship and re spent. Resolved, That these proceedings be j spread upon the minutes of this Court and that a copy of the same he for warded to tlie family of the deceased, with an assurance of our condolence and sympathy in their bereavement. Resolved, That in respect to the memory of our deceased brother, the members of this bar wear the usual badge of* mourning for a period of thiriy days, ami that this Court ad journ for one day. [Signed] Thos. Dasckyrk, I lino. W. Merrill, i Committee. Thomas Wren, j Eureka, New, December 4,187(>. A Fraud—A confidence chap who registered his name at the Internation al Hotel as R,C. I'orLes, was ope ating in this town in a small way last week, lie pretended that he was a wool deal er and was connected with a San Francisco house in that business, lie | also profesred to be a Chinese Mission : ary and collected quite a sum of rnon I ey from the heathens in Chinatown i under the pretense that he was going I to start a Chinese school here. The I receipts which tie gave his Celestial i v ictims were signed C. Gibson. He ; lit out last .Sunday morning leaving j his hotel, livery and several other bills unsettled. The chap is about live feet j nine Inches in bight, has a light | mustache aiuljis minus a portion of ! his lett ear. It is probable that lie lias I gone to some other mining camp, and | it would l>e well for the people ofTybo, White Fine, Belmont and Austin, to l>e on tlie look out for him. —-- ♦ District Court.—'The Court met ye-tenlay pursuant to adjournment. A Grand Jury composed of the follow ing gentlemen was impaneled: J. S. Wliiiten, Foreman; K. Dewilt, J. R. Nelson, h. W, Cromer, B. Molinelli, M.J. Franklin, M. M. Johnson, B. F. Mcllwcn, C. li. Front, J. L. Hinckley, It. Gibson F. Bowery, N. McCartney, D. Rosebery, C. B. liroy, M. Atwood, A. W. Atchlnsou. After ttie Grand Jury was sworn, Thomas Laspevre moved that tiie Court adjourn until 111 a. m. to day in respect the the mem ory of J. K. Shafer, deceased, a late member of the bar of this county. The Court appointed Messrs. Laspevre. Merrill and Wren a committee to draft resolutions and then adjonrnod. Birthday Party. — Little Topsy Bishop celebrated her sixth birthday yesterday by a party, which was nu merously attended. Among the ju veniles present, we noticed Judge Har mon, Tom Wren and Tom Bead. The little hostess did the honors in a man tier which would have reflected no discredit on (tie mlatross of the While House or Windsor Castle. Nhe was so elated over the success of her parly that site informed us confidentially that she was going to tiavc another birthday reception in about two weeks. End of the Hilliard Tourna ment.—Tlie billiard tournament which had been progressing at tlie Corner Saloon for several days was concluded la*t niglit, l’rofeshor Hrooks winning four out of live games slid tirst money, .lames Mlddaogii got away with second money. Middsugh and Hollo tied on three pantos for second money, but when it vault to tlie “»aw,” Middaugh was tlie winner. Alf. Chart* and O. S. Scott won two games each and J udge llctzul one. -—♦ - “It's Nice to be a Father.”—Our fellow-townsman, A. D. Ilaskel, has been frequently iteard since Sunday to hum litis old familiar song. The wherefore of this sudden development of vocal talent is duly set forth in an other department of this issue of the Sentinel. It is a girl, and A. D. is the happiest man itt town. All concerned, including tlie author of the trouble, aro getting along as well as could be expected. Correction.—The letter of Superin tendent Tully, published a few days ago, made him say that the hoisting works of tlie tieddes A Uertrand would be ready for operation in about ten days. It was the mill to which refer ence was made. The hoistiug works will not be ready for uso for some time, probably sixty days. -. - — - Severe Attack.—Jack Keermeeu, superintendent of the Atlas mine, was down Saturday night and Sunday w ith a severe attack of clioleia morbus. Dr. Chamblin relieved him, but Jack was considerably bleached out when lie assumed tlie perpendicular, lie hail sufficiently recovered to return to the mine yesterday. K. K. Con.—Letter of the 27th says: Forwarded shipment No. 32, valued at $3,750. No noteworthy changes at mine or furnaces. Everything run ning well. Total amount shipped from November 1st to 27th inclusive 190 tons—value. $50,000. — --4W . Message m the office for Charles I Lehman, I .SHOCKING MIMING ACCIDENT. Lust 8a turday afternoon a rninei named J. W. McKenney tnet with s shocking accident in the Uodgder: mine at Secret Canyon. He charged and touched off four blasts at the bot tom of the shaft nixl then ascended to the surface. Three of the blasts went off', but th« fourth hung tiro, ami after waiting a short time lie descended into tiie shaft and was feeling for the fuse when the charge exploded, ilia right hand and face were directly over the blast at lire time of the explosion. One of his eyes was blow n entirely out and the other is so badly injured that it will Ire little less limn a miracle if lire sight is retained. His right arm is broken in three places and it is thought that amputation will lie necessary. His face is tearfully mangled and re semblod a piece of raw beet more than the countenance of a human being. The unfortunate man was brought into town Sunday afternoon and taken to the County Hospital, where he was attended by Hr.s. Reese, Uisbop and Nesbit. It Is possible that lie may survive, but the physicians consider the case almost hopeless. European.—The most tempting dis play of meerschaum pipes and cigar holders we have ever seen is now of fered for inspection Hiid for sale at the Holden Rule store adjoining l’axton & Co’s. Lank. Mr. Joseph has just receiv ed these as his first regular shipment ifrom Europe, together with a fine lot ot ambers, pouches, cigar cases and everything needed to make his assort ment the most complete that can be imagined in* the smoking line, lie lias also received a tine lot of English cutlery, musical truck, violin strings and atticbuienia, s Ik handkerchiefs, neck scans and ties, suspenders. Chesterman’s steel and maiallic tape lines, and articles too numerous to menllou. Ho takes orders for Euro pean goods, among which lie offers to cattle owner* and drivers the rare chance to obtain fine English field glasses direct. Mr. Joseph presents to the people of Eureka an excellent chance to obtain goods that are very desirable and cannot be obtaiued elsewhere, and bis enterprise should be encaui ag id. * A Nevada Humorist.—The Alta gives Fred Hart the following jolt: lie was a Nevada humorist, with the ardor of sagebrush thick upon him. He had (lone tHe town and had found nothing that he could say was good, lie remarked that he was going hack to old Kec-e Kiver, and would have to tell the fellows that he was a returning board. Hut that night lie was observ ed lying hack in a front seat at the Yellow Bunion, and was heard to whisper, with much unction: “Boys this is luxurious; this is the racket I’ve been looking lor.” He’s here yet. County Ukvknuk.—County Auditor II. L. Chase will to day he prepared to liquidate a considerable portion of the county indebtedness from the money received on account of taxes for 187(5. All certilicates of indebtedness on the Contingent and Hospital tunds will he paid, and tip to and including certifi cate No. 1,501 on tlie General Fund. Jury scrip up to and including that is sued in April, 1870, is also now parable. Holders of any of the above scrip can get their coin by presenting their claim to Auditor Chase. In Town.—Marco Media, an old time Eastern Nevadan, was browsing around in this section yesterday. He has just “stepped down and out” of Pogonip and is en route for that terri bly ungodly burg situated on the slope of Mount Davidson. Marco looks truly honest and benevolent, considering tho long years he has spent on that same slope. It is not every man who can stand the friction of so much wickedness and still main Uin his moral equilibrium. Marco has. County Commissioners.—'The board met yesterday. Present—Morn, Mor rison and Levan. After allowing a largo number ol hills, an order was made that live hundred dollars lie transferred from the Hoad to the Fire Fund. The bonds of H. Knight, as Assessor; J. SSias, SherfT; G. \V. Mer rill, District Attorney; Alex. McKay, Constable; and L. W. Cromer, Justice of the Peace, were approved. Information Wanted.—Mrs. Joan na G. Nickerson writes from Kverett, Mass., to the Postmaster at Piocbo for information in regard to her son, Benjamin F. Nickerson, front whom the family have not heard for some time. Any information leading to bis whereabouts would be thankfully re ceded at the above address. Mr. Ben. Nickerson would do well to write bis mother. Came Up.—Captain Will N. Bab bitts, who single-handed and alone constitutes the constabulary force of Palisade, was a passenger by last night’s in-comiug train. We don’t know what he is on, not having seen him. Contract to Let.--Mr. Arrington ^superintendent of the K. K. Com pany, advertises a contract to lot for sinking fifty feet in the Skylark Shaft on Ruby Hill. For particulars apply at the mine. Fire Meeting.—The regular month 1 ly meeting of the Hook and Ladder and Knickerbocker Companies will bo held at their new hall this evening. See notice in the advertising columns. Recovered. — The Carson papers note the recovery of Parson Kelly from a severe attack of neuralgia. German Lunoii Trick.—Just received it Mrs. Aahim’s a lot of Russian Civ air, Ham burg Sausage, Soused and Pickled Herrings, ■Sardells, Sardines and all sorts of German lunch niok-nacks. Also a largo invoice of delicious Eastern bacon and hams. u'JTtf. Cheap roa Casu—A splendid now lino of cassiniore shirts and California undercloth ing, at the Golden Rule Store. nl'J-tf * Tit* tine t and best variety « f buckskin and combination gtmes in Eu ska, at the Golden Rule Store, CIIEAI’POK OASH. SPECIAL NOTICES. Rooms asd Board.—Two well furniahei rooms—parlor and bed-room—with [boan in a privata boarding-housa, can bo had oi turorablo terms. Apply at Mrs. Beene’s Spring street, opposito Bigelow’s Hall. iPJOtf \ asity lata.—Th>s now brand of tobacoc is immense. It can bo had at the tioldei; Bole Store, adjoining I’nxtun A t'o’j Bank. n28tf —-- - L rHOLSTKUKKM’Goon?.-Jo.e at the Golden Rule Store, bas now on hand a 3mal! stock of window shade* and upholstery good* suitable to the wants of the manufacturing uphol sterer. These goods came to him direct from tho largest house in that lino in tho Cnited .States. Added to his stock on hand, ho will order and receive at shortest notice furniture covoroingsin damasks, reps or any material required or anything else in this line of C«»od*. Parties furni Ling houses will do well to see him. nl9-tf *— ♦ Still it tuk. Fjki.o.— Received from New \ork, n largo assortment of Drugs and Patent Medicine-, Paint8, Oils, Chemicals, etc.; also, u large invoice of fire-proof Lamp Chimneys ot tho L« Bastio (French) process, guaranteed to stand fire for six month*; also a largo assortment of chimneys ( Ives’ patent), fire nroef; also a large assortment of other kina* of manufactures. Agent for Combs’ Lamp Co. Will sell at bed-rock prices for cash. La Bastie fire-proof chimneys, 50 cents each. Ives’ fire-proof chimneys, 25 cents each. Gamecock student chimneys. 25 cents oacb. bold at the City Drug Store bv *23 _ __ L. TERRY. EUREKA HOTEL. E. M. Baum, tho pioneer purveyor to the Palisade public, has fitted up anew, through out, the Eureka Ho to!, near his old place in Palisade, and travelers to and from Eureka, and tho public generally.can rely upon getting first-class meals and number ono beds at all times by interviewing tho genial host of the Eureka Hotel. ocl3-tf Commission.- M. II. Joseph, of tho Golden Rule Store, Commission Agent for tho pur chase and sale of all kincD of merchandise, offer? bis sorvicos to his friends and tho pub lic generally. Win purchase groceries, dry goods, or any line of goods desired iu San Francisco or any other market in lots to suit tho parchaser. Call and inquire his terms, and save money by doing so. nlOtf n ATcniss and jewelry neatly repaired. If you want to have your wntches and jewelry repaired in a workmanlike manner, go to I’. Steler’a jewelry store. one door sooth of S. Ashim k Co.. Main street. 22-apl<itf Hats, caps, boots, shoes, cigargs, tobacco, white and calico shirts, neckties .collars, over alls, jumpers, and Yankee notions, CAKAP FOR CASH, at the Holden Rule Store, oue door south of Paxton k Co’s Bank. Hotkl at Pinto.—I have leased the hotel saloon and stables at Pinto, formerly con ducted by James Allen, which I will run in a lirr-t-class 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. Hood stabling and feed for horses. no.Vtf THOMAS FITZPATRICK. Hurrah for Sai.t Kivkb 1—Just reeeived, at Mrs. Ashim's, a lot of pigs’ feet, sheep tongues and Herman pickles; pearl hominy and Easternoai meal in packages. o2I MEYERS & FRWkLIY —HAVE— JEST RECEIVED AMD ARE MOW oponing their FALL AND WINTER GOODS, Comprising DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, Millinery, Ladies’ Sacques, Furs, Woolens, Hosiery, Corsets, Boots and Shoes, Trunkt>, Valises. Etc. aSIffTS’ CLOTHING -AND Furnisliin" Goods. Tho above Mock ha« beer bought in the best markets lor cash; and wo can therefore sell thorn cheaper than tho cheapest. To convince the public of the same we respect fully solicit a call before purchasing else where. MEYER* A FRANKLIN. _[nl4-tf] _ Sportsmen, Attention -JUST OPENED A SHOOTING GALLERY At the old Silver Brick, a few doors below the International Hotel, Main street, Eureka, Nevada. Air (Ian*, Pistol* ant III Acs, Of the most improved pattern. nltMm- I, M. LADD. DELINQUENT TAXES. OFFICE OF COUNTY AUDITOR, \ EiRKki, Edkkka Co., Nkv., Dec. 2, 18TB. j Notice is hereby given that the delinquent tax list forthe%esl year of 18TB has been deposited with the District Attornoy of Eureka county, Nevada, and that unless the delinquent taxes therein spec ified are paid to the County Treasurer of said county within twenty (20) days of the date hereof, action will be commenced by said District Attorney for the collectioa of said tuxes and costs. K. L. CHASE, County Auditor of Euroka county, Nevada. d2td J.T1EDJE. CONRAD SCHAFER. C. SCHAFER tft CO., Corner of Buel and Bateman Sts., Dealers In Sew anil Mecoml-llnml FURNITURE! Mattress Manufacturer. ALSO, Bedding and Furniture! AS WE BUY AND SELL FOR CASH, and do our own work, weean sell very cheap. Floaso givejus u call. Repairing done, n'-tt Sewing Machines. WP. HASKELL * C'0. ARE NOW • Agents for the Singer and Domestic Sowing Machine?. They have machines for rent: also, a few second band machine? which will be sold very cboap. Will also sell ma chine,. on tbeJinstaUment plan, if desired. •2-tf DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, dr. I THEY IMVE (ME! I - They Are Here ! ! — JAKE COHN'S NEW FALL STOCK OF CLOTHING ! HATS, BOOTS AHD SHOES, | * -AND Furnishing Goods HAS ARRIVED. J-T COMPRISES THE LATEST AND most Fashionable Styles of Clothing, made of the best material, and nobby and stylish in cut. — Business Suits, Dress Suits,! Overcoats, Of erery quality and price, suited alike to the means of the laboring man and the millionaire. THE LATEST THING IN HATS. Gentlemen's Underwear,; Of all Qualities, Styles, Shapes and Trices. TRUNKS, VALISES, BLANKETS, TRAVELING BAGS, And othor goods in that lina help to make up one of tho finest, most extensive and com plete and best assorted stock of goods in my line than was ever before seen in Eureka. Give jne'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 CLOTHING EMPORIUM, MAIN STREET, EIREKA. o7-tf MISCEL LANEO US. T. J. BULL’S STAGE LINE THROUGH TO BELMONT, \IA TYBO. /AN' TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28T1I. ANP \J every fourth day tbere&ttor, the atagos will leave ECKKKA at 8 o'clock x. ar riving in Belmont the next .lay at 2 o’clock e. ¥. Returning, will leavo BELMONT at" x. v , arriving in Eureka tbo next day at noon. OOioo nt Wells, Fargo k Co’a ofliot Good coaches nn.l tine stock. n'J7tf STAGE LINE BKTWKHN . AUSTIN AND BUKBXA, /"lONXECTIXU ON AND AFTJiR MON L' DAY, JULY 31, 187*,at The Willows WITH STON KB A TIGER'S STAGE LINE For Belmont. Stages leave Euroka on Monday, Wodne,*-1 day and Friday mornings, at tl o’clock. Stages leave Austin Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, at « o'clock. ftirl'asaengers by this line will be furnish, cd excellent meals nt the Willows Station, whoro ample time will bo given tor dinner each way. J. A. WILSON, Proprietor, Offioe at the Parker Houso, Eureka. jy26tf J. I,. Hinckley. Agent. EUREKA, HAMILTON and PIOCHK STAGE LINE. Ullinei* d Salisbury, Proprietor*. CONNECTING WITH THE EUREKA and l’alisado Railroad. Leaves Hurckn for Hamilton evory morning at V o’clock. Leave* Unniilton for Pioche every alternafe day, Sundays included. Leaves Hamilton for Eureka every day. Loaves Pioche for Hamilton and Eureka every alternato day, at 8 a. a,, Sundays in cluded. Carrying l', S. Mail and Wells, Fargo & Co’s Express. Fine Americas horses and new Concord coaches. Office at Wells, Fargo Sc Co’s. mrlo-tf CORNER BARBER SHOP. Adjoining the Corner Saloon, HENRY CASEY, • • PROPRIETOR. VTEWI.Y FITTED UP WITH ALU THE lx latest improvements. ROCHESTER CHAIRS. The Best Artists Only Employed. A Clean Towel for Kvery Customer. splOtf ANTONIO FERRARJS, PRACTICAL BOOTMAKER First Door Above Monaco’s Photograph Gallery. Boots made of the best ■ French Calfskin and fitted to a T. Cork-#oled Hoots ma.de a specialty for winter. I have a complete assortment of Custom made Boots. Ladies’ Shoes made to order in a neat manner. Repairing neatly done and on short no tice. French dressing for ladieA and children's shoes. Nono but practical workmen employed. nl4 ANTONIO FERRAKIS. F. H. HARMON, COUNTY CLERK, AND EX-OFFICIO Clerk of the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District, in and for the County of Sureka, State of Nevada. CONVEYANCING, n all it* brunches, correctly executed. Ac* [nowleigments. Affidavits, etc., taken in any >art of the town. Office: kront corner room at the Court* muse. d5-om T. J. MATTPIN, ROTARY PUBLIC. RE 41 ESTATE AGENT, Conveyancer, Collector. Etc. All orders promptly attended to. _ no21-tf_ TILDEN ELECTED! T'HE UNDERSIGNED TAKES TLEAS ure in informing the eitixens of Eureka and vicinity that she has a largo uuantity of sol it HRor r for sain in nuantitios to suit purchasers. Orders to he left at the Eureka Iiakerv. nW-SOd MU'. CAROLINE LORES'?.. Dissolution of Copartnership. 'I'll K Mll.M or LEVIN* A SIMON HAS 1 been this day dissolved by mutual con sent. J. t.evin will continue the business, collect all bills and assume all liabilities of the old firm. ISIDORE SIMON. J. LEVIN. The business will bo conducted under the firm name of .1. LEVIN k CO. Eureka (New), Nov. 2K, 1876. no2ti-lm WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY. TELECRAPH MONEY ORDERS. 'I’llIS COMPANY IS PREPARED TO I t;-nsmi.t money by telegraph to all points or. the Pacific Coast, and to all princi pal cities and towns t&jughout the United States. Per tertae. apply to Local Agoau. lefvtf_ _ F . LOE WY Begs to inform his friende that he has bought the agency of J. II. MICHAEL for all the tasiern ft’»|M»rn, PoriniUcah, 9la«n ciue» aud FaHhiou Books. And is prepared to deliver them to hie suo i bribers at their place at residence FREE OF CHARGE! OFFICE, at thing's Gunsmith*# Shop, » Main street.