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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
VOL. XXII. EUREKA, NEVADA. SATURDAY MOllNING, DECEMBER 10. 1881. NO. 9 Eureka IHaily Sentinel CASSIDY & SKILLMAN, u.v OEO. W. C'A.AIUY, ,,pillXMAN. _ ' 0Igc,j_Corner of Monroe end Bateman etreot* I TEKM9 OF SUUSOUII'TION: ,/ , u„ year, by mall.>16 OC UB31 ' * V f r mcritliH, by mall. 5 00 ‘’’id 'Sen. forwarded until j-id f*r. }' tkIIMH OF WEEKLY: ,, J , ,,v ..$«'» 00 oaeV opy! »ii inoutlin. 2 W) / gy, three month.,. . 1 Ml *\ ” MHVr MAHKE'ra. ' meat market ,„tdoo,mB^. Grocery 8tere, SOUTH Beef, Veal, Mutton and Pork, of the flueat quality on hand. I a SICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. I BELONG ’ to no combination, bnt aeoure my meat i, an gut the boat, and therefore can al formal, my patron, with a prime article, of all kind., »n«l of a quality that Manet be .urpas.ed, ran alweye be had, while JJfrteak., room, etc., will .att.fy anybody. JOSFI’ll IttktkN. Prop. Eureka, Nov. '13,1x81. _°Mtf ALBERT BOLL. CHARLES SCHAEFFER. GOLL t SCHAEFFER, Wholesale Butchers Uootlwlu Cm.yon. Eureka. Beef, Veal, Mutton and Pork, THE BEST IN THE MARKET. In Do NotBelongtotlie ComtJinatioii! tl.tUl.KS UIII.L, Manager. Banka. Not. 8,1831. _ n4tf FILIFORM 1 MARKET! Wwt aide of SOUTH M AIN STREET, oppoaite Mr*. Hillhouae’a atable. WEIGHT &SHQLDERER Proprietor*. The ri*Mt <lu*llllM of beef, ^Hmutton, Pork, Sausage, Head-Oheese, OonJUnUy on hind. FRESH, FAT AND JUICY MEATS, Of all daicriptiona. the beat in the land, and cheaper than the cheapest, At tVholeaale and lie tail. Euraka, Oot. 11,1881. olKf THOI. HALEY. i. H. SHOEMAKER. HALEY & SHOEMAKER, ,...r mo praetor* or tn,... The People’s Market EUREKA, NEVADA. THE FXNE0T Beef, Mutton and Pork in th« Market. Retail ancTwholesale. Alflo th» FINFJiT ftAI RUlKS man uftaetureil In the Slate. This is the Market for Epicures. lank*. M»r=h J». IM1. mhJgtf ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Albion consolidated mining com pany. Location of principal place of buelneaa, Ban Franclaco, California. Location of worka, Eureka Mining Diatrict, Eureka, Nevada. Notice la hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Dlrectora, held on the 25th day of November, 1881, an aaaeaament (No. U) of thtrtyeenta per ahare waa levied upon the cap ital stock of the corporation, payablo immedi ately, in United Btatea gold coin, to the Secre tary. at the office of the company, Rooru«d, No. 327 Pine afreet, Ran Franclaco, California. Any atock upon which thla aaaeaament ahall remain unpaid on the Thuraday, the twenty ninth day of December, 1881, will be delin quent, and advertiaed for aale at public auc tion: and unleaa payment la made before, will be aold on Thursday, the Nineleeiith Day of January, 1882, to pay the delinquent aaaeaament, together With the coat of advertlaing and expenaea of •ale. By order of the Board of Dlrectora. D. B. OHIHHOLM, Secretary. Ofpicp.—Room 6, No. 827 Pine atreet. Bai Franclaco, California. n29td brilliant success ....or.... MILE. La GRANGE! The most Versatile Trims Donna and Boubfett# Actress on this onset, who le now playing at the Truckee Music Halil *«•»., Nov. J, 1881. tiJtf Dialiitiiiii elliiloerstiip Notice is hkrebv given that the partnership heretofore existing between 'he under signed, under the firm name of R nadler A Co., was this dsy dissolved by mu tual content, J. 0. Bothln retiring. The buai* bum will hereafter be conducted by R. Hadler. J®,® hlone will pay all debt# and collect all ®Ul* due the aefd firm. w R. SADLER, Eureka, Nov. 25,1881. [1ml J. 0. BOTHItf. Annual Meeting. The annual meeting or the btook. holders of the Emmet Consolidated Min* X* Ofmpeny, for the election of a Boerd J* Dlreetors to serve for the ensuing *nd for tho transection of such other business as may be presented, will be held et °f the Company, Room A, No. *01 ®treet, Fan Francisoo, California, J.® JCE8DAY, tho TWENTIETH <Ly of BE UEliBKB, 1881, et the hour of 12 o’clock, noon. n _ D. A JENNINGS, Becreterv. Ban Francisco. Dec. 1,1881. d7td STOCK RANCHED. PERSONS HAVING STOCK TO RANCH can And good gras* and attention by ■ending it to my ranoh. I have an enclosure o* meadow laud and an abundance of white . bu^neh gras*. Stock may be left at *®J™ * Doak's corral In Eureka. Joe E. Dees will have charge of the stock. The price for •***- boreea le $2 per month. }. r. MoFARLANB. RESTAURANTS. Now I am in the Field! PARKER HOUSE RESTAURANT! 'I'HE UNnF.R-IGNED TAKES PLEASURE i Id aunuauciuK to the public that he baa engaged two eminent cooks : MR. FRANK OASP1ED. late of the Palace and Delmonico Restaurants, San Francisco. MR. .JULIUS OAROIJINO, from the well known Jury Restaurant, San Francisco. Sd'Both enjoy the highest reputation in their line. My aim will be to suit everybody's taste. Hoping you will call. I can assure you satisfaction. CHARLES FOX, Prop Eureka. Not. 19. 1S81. n'AOtf JACKSON HOUSE Restaurant jnfl Mm. Gibfried & Brisacher, PKOI'KIIITORH. SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO PREPAR ing • SUPPERS FOR BALLS AND PARTIES. HOAKIt PEK WEEK, si). W OPEN It A ¥ AND NIUHT. J» Fresh Oysters In Every Style. Dining Rooms Conducted in First Class Style. FRESH BREAD,~PIES AND CAKES Supplied at the shortest notice. Eureka, Sept. 10, 1M1. aelltf BONANZA RESTAURANT. Three Doom Month of the Truckee Saloon, Main Mtreet. LA MOTT 4MARTI Nf I'ROFKIKTOKN. The al>o%e named Kentaurant will be open to-day, Kept. 21. VF. LAMOTT 18 AN 01 D RESTAURANT • ke per of Virgiuia City for 20 years, and will give aatiafaction to all those who fa vor him with their patronage. PRIVATE R00MSJ0R LADIES I Moali AS Cents and upwards. Enraka, Sept. 33,1881. ae34tf TURNER HOUSE RESTAURANT. South Main Street. JOHN OERTLI, ITtORMEBLY or THE INTERNATIONAL ’ Restaurant, at Auatln, Nevada, baa leaaad tha Turner Houae Reatauraut, where ba will aerve tba beat tba market afford*. Ua will be pleated to aaa bta old cualomara and aa many new onaa a. may obooia to favor him with tbalr patronage. Roiartl, per week.$7 00 Meal Tlckete, 91 for. 7 00 JOHN OEKTI.I. Prop. Eureka, Bept. IT, 1881. aalStf CORNER CHOP - STANti; In the rear of the old Corner Saloon. PRAMENKO& BALLICH, rnoPRiETons. TIIE FINEST THE MARKET AFFORDS always aarvad to ouatomera. Fowl, Wilt! 8am, Flak, Oyatera, Etc., Etc., Prepared In tba moat tempting style. Meals it all Uoun of the Day or Night. Private Kooma ror lXataaer Pardee. For every delicacy of the aeaaoii, go to the CORNER CHOP-STAND. Eureka, April 7, 1880,tf OYSTER SALOON, Chop House and Confectionery Mam Bt., two Door* North of Johnaon’a, MRS. BROWN.PROPRIETRESS OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. OYSTERS RECEIVED DAILY BY EXPRESS, and all th© delicaclea of the market kept constantly on hand. ELEGANT PRIVATE ROOMS. The only place In Eureka where Cnn*ly ia manufactured. Freali and Choice Candle.if or ■ale, either wholeeala or retell. daatr OH Dm b U tie Field Aiain With e new and choice itook of Groceries aefl_ Provisions. D. MANHEIM, Vantnl'a Building, three doora above H. Elnd’a Eureka, Bay. 3,1881. _‘‘3tf iLUNEM! Mrs. a. CHRISTOPHER HAS JUST RE cetved an elegant aaeortment of Fall and Winter Millinery Goods Finely FnrnlnlteU Boom. 80 Ben*. Euraka, Oot. X». 18.1- _oMtf CERTIFICATE LOST T-»AXTOB a CO.'S CERTIFICATE OF DE JU*3S: S. iST/y Sp "asyffiy 1881. SZ. TUIKL OFFIO* __ HOTELS AND LODGINGS “*• M'Hicoi. mi mull THE P.1RKER HOUSE, Knight &M’Nicol PROPRIETORS. This house will be kept pirst eUss and everything done for the ac commodation aud to asaure the comfort of guests. Rooms single or eu suite. Attached to the house is a first-class HE S TAURANT. X 3H E B A H Has a fine reputation, and nothing bnt the best Liquors, Wines aud Cigars will be kept. K/“Railroad coaches will take passengers to and from the depot. Eureka. March 1H. 1881. mhlfitf THE TURNER HOUSE B. J. TURNER, Proprietor, SOUTH MAIN STREET. This old established hotel has just undergone thorough repair, and is kept ttrst-i lass. Everything will be done for the comfort and accommodation of guests. Booms Single or in Suites. Lodgings—50 cents, 75 cents, and $1 Attached to the House is a First Class Restaurant. The Bar is stocked with the beat brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars The Railroad Coach taken Pnnneii Bern to and from the Depot. RE-OPENED. The Jackson House. Only Fire-Proof Hotel in Eastern • Nevada. MAIN STREET, EUREKA. 1'HE DOOMS AHE HARD FINISHED. NEW. ly and elegantly furnished, and are spa cious. Single Rooms or in Suites. Gsi In All the Roouin. Connected with the Hotel is the FINEST BAR-ROOM IN THE STATE ....AVD THE.... BEST DINING ROOM IN EASTERN NEVADA, A. JAC KSON, Proprietor, Formerly of the Jackson Home, at Hamilton, White Pine county. o5tf BUREAU HOTEL, P. McELROY, Proprietor, SOUTH MAIM STREET. The undersigned has first-class rooms, whloh can be routed with or with* out board, on reasonable term*. Attached to the home 1* a ftrst-clasa BAR-HOOK, where the beat of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS Me? b. obUlued. P. MoKI.ROT. Eurek., Auguat II, 1880, tul9-tf MORGAN LODGING HOUSE ! Corner of Bnel and Clark streets. MRS. D. MORGAN, Prop. The house is centrally located and has been newly papered and painted. The room* are large and airy, and are all well furnished with the best of bedding and new fnrnltnre. -- ROOMS AT DIFFERENT PRICES. Boom, to Ltt by the Day, Weak or Mouth. Tlie public .re Invited to exunlne the room, and price.. Eureka, July 80,1881. Jy81tf Worth Main Street, MRS. M. P. MURPHY, PROPTR’SS rnHIS HOUSE HAS BEEN NEWLY REFIT X teil and renovated throughout. The ta ble* will be constantly supplied with every delicacy to be had in the market, and prepared in the moat tempting style. I^The proprietress guarantees that she will ®et aa good a table aa can be found In Eureka. Terms Reasonable. Eureka, Sept. 38,1811. RUBY HILL Boarding House, John Lacy, Prop. BOAHDEItB WILL BE BE AOOOSIMODA tad with the but tb. market .Herd, for ONE DOLLAR PER DAY. Buby Hill, Augusta. 1881. .»u«tf J. B. LANGSTROFF, Merchant Tailor ! Two door* North of the Western Union Telegraph Office, North Main Street, - lureka Has just received and keifs con •tuitly on baud a naw asd vail aalaotad (took of tha lataat pattarhi of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC GOODS, Whloh he will make up In the latest styles, and at price* to suit the times. ST*Alteration and repairing will be promptly attended to. Eureka. September 20,1880. *21-tf jis A A WEH IN YOUR OWN ■ ■ ■ Itowu. #5 outfit free. No risk, is Bib Everything uew. Capital not ■■ IB required. We will furnish you Ilf jj fU every thing. Many arc making ^F fortune*. Ladle* make as much aa men, and boy* and girl* make great pay. Reader, if you want a business st which you can make great pay all the time, write fer •'articular* to H. HALLEYT A 00., Portland, Maine. nlitf _ ATTORNEYS AT LAW. SAMUEL GOLDSTONE, Attorney and counselor. at-Law. Will practice in the Htate ami I ederal Courts. Office in the Courthouse. Eu reka, Nevada. ol8tf DAY. E. BAILY, Attorney at law, ryland'h building, Bateman street. jy‘24tf R. M. BEATTY. Attorney and counsellor at Law. Office—Room 16, Jackson House Block, Eureka. Nevada. jy8tf W. H. DAVENPORT, Attorney at law and Dis trict Attorney. Civil business attended to in all tbe Courts. Office in the Court-house. OXO. W. BAKER. i L. WINKS. BAKER & WINES, Attorneys at law. office in the Courthouse, Eureka, Nevada. I QEO. W. MERRILL. A. L. FITZGERALD. MERRILL & FITZGERALD, Attorneys at law. 1‘kac TICE in all the Courts. Office in the Foley-Rickard Building, over Wells, Fargo A Co’s Express Office, Main street, Eureka, Nevada. Je5 tf FREDERICK W. COLE, Attorney at law. eureka, Nevada. Office—Sentinel Building. C. J. LANSING, Attorney at law. office in the Court House. Eureka, May 20, 1879. my21tf F. H. HARMON, Attorney at law. ofvtce At the Assessor's office, in tbe Court ■ house. PHYSICIANS, DE. A. 0. BISHOP. PlfYNH'IAN AND NIKUCON — Office—Wiuzell’s new brick buildtug, two doors south of the Opers House. o22tf DR. M. ROCKMAN, PHYSICIAN AND SCItOKON - Office—Hunkers building, up stairs, northwest corner of M&in and Clark streets. Rooms fronting on Main street. ol6tf DR. JAME8 WILLIAMS. PHYSICIAN AND SURD EON— Office in the Jackson House, Eureka. o7 DR. G. H. THOMA, PHYSICIAN AND BCROKON. OF. floe in Bnmni building, up .ton, rear suite of room.. . DR J. R. V. OWEN, PHYSICIAN AND BCROEON BC> reka, Nevada. Office at the Turner House, Main street. .. — a.— DR. T. W. HUNTIHGTON. PHYSICIAN AND BCROEON Office in Skntinxl building, frontroom., up myljtr DR. BSAK, txhybician and scroeon X Office—At Sweeney a Hotel, Ruby Hill, Nevada. JeMtf . —-.. ■ i.ili—..in. miMi.i. wi.e.twjlii!.i»ge PROFESSIONAL OARDB. C HAMILTON, D. D. S„ Dentist, rooms, a few in Clark'a new brick building, corner of Monro, end Clark itreeta, Entraao. on Clark a tree t. THOMAS J. RXAD, Civic enoinker and c. b, Dep uty Mineral Surveyor. Offlo. la Ryland'. building, up atalra. SOCIETIES. HOCNTAIN CO DOR NO. 126.96.36.199. F., Meet every Wednesday evening at Odd Fellow.' Hell, It 7190 o'clock. All member! of the order, in good .landing, are In vited to attend. 3. L. SMITH, N. G. A. Oliver, R. B. BT. JOHN’S CHAPTER, NO. 5. THE STATED OONVOCATIONS or BT. John’. Chapter. No. 9, R. A. M., will be held at Masonic Ball, on the Saturday next .no ceding the pel. of the moon in eeoh month. All Royal Arch Maaone, In good .landing, an cordially Invited te attend. A. L. FITZGERALD, H. P. A. D. Rock, Secretary. ECRKXAA COIHIK. NO. IS. F. A A. M. THE STATED COMMUNICATIONS OF EU. reka Lodge. No. 1«. F. k A. M . will be held In Odd Fellewe' Hall Saturday, on or be fore the full moon. Member* of alab,r lodges, and sojourning brethren In good standing, are cordially Invit ed to attend. EVAN JONES. W. M. Alex. D. Rocx, Secretary. BEATIFIC CO DUE, NO. 7, K. OF p7, Meets each Friday of every month, at 7:80 o'clock r. at., at lta OaeUa Hall, la the Rlckard-Foler building. All Brother Knights, In good standing, an fraternally Invited to attend such meetings. W. H. DAVENPORT, 0.0. 0. H. Oast, K. of R. and B. A. O. H. Meets every first and third sat. nrday of each month, at their hall, oorner Clark and Edwarda atreeta, at 730 o'clock. PATRICK STANTON, Prealdent. P atm ox Hannon, Secretary. Eureka, July 19.18M0. jyHO-tf ACPHA CODOE NO. 1. A. O. C. W. Meets at the foley and riokabd building every Tuesday evening at 7:90 o'clock. Sojourning brethren tn good standing an Invited to attend. Examining Phyilolan —Dr. O. H. Thom*. A. E. SHANNON, M.W. I. 0. 0. WHimosx, Recorder. CIGAR STORE! ...•AT.... JACK PERRY’S CORNER, JAKE MAURIS, Prop. IMPORTED* DOMESTIC CIGARS or the Choicest Broods, nod the Best Tobaccos, Cigarettes aud Smok ing Artistes, Etc., Etc. Xureks, Oct. 1.1841. oltf DELINQUENT TAXES County Aubitob AwAtatEconMa’a Option, \ Eubeea, Nev., Nov. 28. 1881.j Notice ib heurby given that the Delinquent Tax List of Eureka County, State of Nevada, for the fiscal year A. D. 1881. has been deposited with the District Attorney of said County and 8t%te, and that unless the delinquent taxes therein specified are paid te the County Treasurer and ex-Officio Tax Re. reiver «d said County,within twenty (20) days from the date hereof, action will be commenced by the said District Attorney for the collection of said taxes and coats I. AM BERT MOLINELLI. County Auditor, Eureka County, Nevada. If r aa EOn P*r day at home. Sample* 4)5 lu 4>4U worth $5 free. Address Stin. •on k Oo.. Portland, Maine. BREWERIES AMD SALOONS. STONE SALOON North Main Street. BONETTI &_C0., Prop’s. Largest Billiard Hail in Eureka. WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, ....AMD THE.... Prettiest Waiter Girls Eureka, July 11,1881. JyUtf SAMPLE BOOHS SALOON. A. Nelson, Prop. O'NEIL AVENUE, near Matamoras Furnace. Keeps constantly on hand TnB Finest Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars Eureka, May 12,1881. mylStf FEED. O. QORMAJT. ^pTHEB CLARE. Palace Saloon Mala Street. Eureka. CLARK & GORMAN, PROP’S. This saloon has been reopened, sod is the finest accoutred establishment of the kind In Eureka. None but the very fin est brands of Liquors and Cigars will be fur* nlshed our customers. The Caret Room is elegant and comfortable. The Tiger wh lake 'about “ upon the green ” in the rear of the saloon proper, which is second to none in Nevada. nl3tf The Empire Saloon. GRAHAM A CO., PROPRIETORS. This new and attractive resort has lust been opened, and is one of the finest establishments of the kind in Eureka. Connected with the house are cosy and com fortable PRIVATE CLUB-ROOMS, And the (laming Department is complete inev* ery respeet. None but the choicest and rery best of Li* quors and Cigars will be dispensed to patrons. DBIBWI, 19k CENTS. Eureka, Feb. 8,1881. febAtf MENDES’ “TIGER” SALOON. TUB URUROT IB NEVADA. iS HOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS. TH> BEST BHANDS OT WIRES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. A BULL BAND OP MUSIC la attendance every evening. JOE MENDES. Proprietor. “THE TRUCKEE.” C. PREVOST.PROPRIETOR. THIS NEW Saloon and Music Hall b Hon Attractive thul ever. Attractive and attentive waiteb girl, serve cuatomer. The msaie ia iccond to cose In the State, and GOOD SINGING la a feature worthy of mention. Nona but first* claaa liquor* are dealt over the bar. Sir Attached to the building there are a nura ber of good lodging rooms, with flrst-clas* beds, at reasonable rates. ofttf JACK PERRY’S SALOON, • -CORNER oe— Main and Bateman Streets * EUREKA, NEV. -THE CHOICEST Wines, Liquors and Cigars Obtainable ia the San Franeiaoo market con stantly on hand. Enreka. Augnat 10.1*78. anlO-tf GEORGE GAVIN, WHITTON'S BEILDIKO, comer Mala and Clark itreata. Tin and Sheet Iron Worker Particular attention paid to Roofing, Plumb* Ing, Etc. ST'AII work done »U1« dispatch and at the lowest prices. Eureka, Oot. 1,1*81. oltf For Sale_or Rent. A bouse or six rooks ox rosy Avaona will be leaeed or aold at a bar. gain. Tot partloulara apply to W. P. STM. CHELMAX, Agent for H BISHOP. mytt/ MINING TAX. Notice is hereby given that the taxes on the proceeds of the mines of Eu reka County for the quarter ending September 30,1881, are now due and payable to me, at my 1 office In Eureka, and that the law in regard to the same will be strictly enforced. O. 0 WALLACE, nil 6w Assessor of Eureka County. #88 i week in your own town. Terms and 4)Uv *6 outfit free Address H. Hallerr k 3o., Portland, Maine* MISCELLANEOUS. THE BAZAR! ....and.... EMPORIUM OF FASHION ....IN THE.... GENTS’ CLOTHING! ....AND.... Furnishing Lino REMEMBER THE NEW DEPARTMENTS! ....NOW READY ABE.... Teeming with Novelties ....OF.... EVERY DESCRIPTION! tfHY AIM Is to make my House a resort for that important class or consumers who desire to secure Popular, Fashionable and First Class Hoods for the very LOWEST PRICE at which It Is possible to ob tain them. I will sell this Fall auil Winter the Finest Clothing anil Bents' Underwear, Boys* Nulls, Hats, Caps, Boots, Nhoes, Blankets, llallt*, Tranks, Valises, at FURTHER COMMENT UNNECESSARY. D. NATHAN, Proprietor and Manager ol Baser, Next to Paxton’s A Co.’s Bsnk. odt* COMUS! Masquerade Ball ....AT THE.,.. Eureka Opera House! FriiUy Evening, Dec. 30. The Maskers' Carnival! FOUR ELEGANT PRIZES! (Two for Lsdlaa and two for Gentleman.) LIST OF PRIZES I LADIES'—Pair of Bangle Bracelet!, fen. mounted, inlaid with gol.l quarts Egyp tian Jewel Ctee, beautifully chaaed end lined with gold; very handaome and at tractive. GENTLER IN ’B—Pair Gold Quart, Sleeve Buttona. Gold Quart, > carl Pin. Floor Director t J. V. B. PEBBT. Floor Committee t A. E. TITUS, a. R. BABIN, G. V. REBBILL, T. J. BEAD. All Raakera will be required to relee tbelr meek, before tbe Committee In tbe entree roome. Frank Rlegelhuth’s Band will fur* nlah the Music. TICKETS, for Gentlemen.»5 00 Spectators, reserved seats. X SO Tickets for Raakera only obtainable from Ed. yanderleltb vt tbe Clerk’s Office, Courthouse Building. Reserved Beate may be obtained at tbe thea ter box office. BUTTLAB tALLEN. dCtd Managers. Masquerade Ball Elegant costumes fob the com. log Masquerada Ball can be bad at MR8. J. STRAUS’ Oa Nob Bill, naxt to tbe Presbyterian Church. Eureka, Nov. 17,1881. nlS»f SHEEP FOR SALE! 900 Head tf Mutton Sheep ....For Solo «!.... D. CALLAHAN'S PLACE, Twenty Miles Northeast of Austin. Lander County. Nevada. An, tin, Dm. 1,11*1. dill GRIFFIN A ANDRE, STOCK BROKERS —AXD— Insurance Agents. OFFICE IN WELLS, FARGO A CO.’S BUILDING. MAIN STREET. ECRKKA. Office hours from 8 o clock a. u to 8 r w. NOTICE. PARTIES INDEBTED TO THE FIRM OF R. Badler A Co. will take notice that the undersigned having purchased all accounts o! the firm, will enforce tho collection of the same immediately, unless satisfactory ar rangements are made. U. BADLER. Eureka, Nov. 80,1881. dl tf YESTERDAY'S STOCK BALKS. San Fraariaro Stork Kieh»|a. ' MORNINO BOARD. 310 Ophir—6k 6k 640 Mexican—10k 10k 885 Gould 4 Curry—5k 5k 100 Beat 4 Belcher—8 k 325 Savage—290 200 California—45c 230 Con. Virginia—155 510 Chollar—130 100 Potoai—115 100 Hale 4 Norcroaa—230 400 Crown Point—110 335 Yellow Jacket—365 360 3k 325 Potoai—110 115 1000 Imperial—10c 30 Ken tuck—95 405 Belcher-185 180 360 8. Nevada—10k 60 Utah—7 k 40 Exchequer— 1 297 Overman—170 165 750 Jnatice—60c * 940 Union—14k 14k 14k 14k I4k bSO 14k 14k • 140 Alta—4 395 100 Julia- 15c 12 Silver Hill—20c 25c 150 Challenge—60c 50 New York—5o | 300 Andee—106 1 80 Ward-370 10 Scorpion—115 585 Benton—65c 450 Golden Gate—240 50 Kegent—180 8# Confidence—220 AFTERNOON BOARD. 30 Eureka Con.—13 k 25 Northern Belle—10 k 550 Day—240 2 k blO 240a90 400 E. Mt. Diablo—50c 45o 2100 Behling—20c 25o 330 Bodie—280 275 80 Bulwer—2 k 1000 Concordia—1 k 150 Eureka Tunnel—240 150 Mono—80c 100 Noonday—30c 100 Oro—15c 100 M. White-275 60 Silver King—19k 250 Tiptop—5o 20 Bodie—275 CLOSING QUOTATIONS. Union UHi 14'is 14'is, Mexican 10a 9Ha 10b 10Ijb 10S*a. Opbir 6Hb, Potosi 115s; Overman 100k, Savage 280h, Con. Vir ginia 155a 150a. Silver Hill 25s, Gonld A Curry 51tb 5’.,ia 5Hs, Jnatioe 60b, Best A Belolier 8 Hs, Cbollar 138b, Bullion 120s, Scorpion 120s 115a, Sierra Nevada lOHa 10Hb 10Ha. Yellow Jacket 360s, HsleA Nororoas 235b, Crown Point 110s, Benton 70s, Exchequer 1, California 15a, Beloher 170b 175a, *. * P. PASSENGER TRAVEL. DZPABTttZSS YXSTUDAT tKMMtKO. Mrs J Bobb A son J Jonas J L Guthrie Wm Flab D O'Leary 8 Golditona A F Farley ARltlVAna LAST MIGHT, Mlaa Cora Jonei M Sullivan A D Rack A Sturgis Thomas C Gowen D B Merry Dick Dwyer_George Thatcher ANOTHER COMSTOCK RETORT, The lavaia People After ISO Cos* trol of the Gonld 4k Curry. A gentleman from Virginia, who ia in a position to keep thoroughly posted, both by observation and information, reepcct lng the sltnetion on the Cometook and the ehengea In the management which here been rumored tor tbe peat few dejri, in formed the Calien Appeal yesterday that tbe Savago people will move heaven and earth to secure control of the Gonld A Curry mine at the next aleotion, which takea place on tbe 19th inat. If anoceaaful they will not be satisfied with that victory alone, but they will make a tremendoua effort to capture the management of all the mluea now manipulated by tbe Bonanza firm. The Appeal'a informant states that thla ia not gueu work, but a fact baaed upon intelligence received from tbe " in side." It ia also his firm belief, founded upon equally as reliable information, that for tbe past six months the Bonanza peo ple have been getting out of stocka, and that to-day they posseaa no Comstock se curities. They think they have milked tbe cow dry, end want no more of hew. THE WASlgOE ASSESSOR. The Expenses of abe Office Con fuse His Accounts. Assessor Flanagan of Washoe County 1* in serious tro tblu, as are hia bondamen. The Reno Gazette says: " Hia aooonnte are in a muddltd condition, and he ac knowledges that ho is 91,002 63 short. He says that Thomas Frcehill of Virginia City will put up $500 of tbe amount and bia bondsmen will pay the balance. Tbe de ficiency ia all in bia poll-tax collections. Hia official bond is $5,000, with tbe follow ing sureties: L. J. Flint. $2,000; J. Sun derland, $2,000; J. L. McFarlin, $1,000; A. J. Clark, $1,000; A. A. Longley, $1,000; S. M. Jamison, $1,000; Geo. Ait, $2,000. Flanagau gives as excuses that bia travel ing expenses were heavy on hia asaeaalng trip through Rood County SDd that hia salary is smsll. His salary ia $2,000 a year. He aaya be will ehow that he haa not been dishonest." A ttnan OMarnae*. A Norwalk, Ohio, dispatch of the 28th nit. says: At 10 o’clock Friday night a load noise like the explosion of a blast in a atone qnarry wtfi beard by the occu pants of Peter Gray's bouse on Oarden street. It appeared near at hand, and blew out upon the floor the tin eape over the stovepipe holes In the ohlmney, but on going out to see, Mi. Grey could In the darkness observo nothing nnnsuel. The next morning, however, it was found that the top of the chiram y had been demol- , Ished, and that brick lay scattered over the yard. What did the damage ia a mys tery. It was not lightning, as there was no smell in the air at the time, such ai follows such a stroke, and which Mr. Gray ia certain he should have recognised. Be tides. the sky was clear when he went out to look, after hearing the noise. It may have been a fire-ball or a meteor, but as no one was watehing, the eanae of the de struction will probably remain a mystery. There bad been no fire Id any stove lead ing to the ohimney since lest Winter. Who can explain ltf_ A lajiox assortment of ladles' and gents' dressing oases, pocket-books, satchels, valises, toilet seta, etc., oan be found ai Schneider's drug store. • The largest stock of perfumery and handkerchief extracts ever imported to the State, from 25 cents to $14 per bottle, at Schneider’s drug store. * Too can find at Schneider's drng store handsome and new style gold auu silver celluloid seta in leather and plush cases. * At Schneider's drug store you can buy a holiday preseut from 25 ceuts to $76. •