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EUREKA DAILY SEMEL. prm.isinsn kvkiiy morning, Mondays KXCKPTKD, BY CASSIDY & DENNIS. J011X H. DKNXI3. GKO. W. CASSIDY T FIRMS OF SniScmrTIO’I: Ono (;opy, ono your, by mail.. .S15 00 Onocopy, six months, by mail.. . . 8 00 Olio copy, ilireo niontliF, by mail . 5 00 No papers forwarded until naul for. WASmUTOAYSI1IUTHDAY FOURTH anniversary BALL OF Eureka Hock and Ladder Co. A GRAND BALL WILL BE GIVEN BY the* above nuuitd com|-any at BIGELOW’S HALL, —ON— MONDAY EVENING, FEB'Y 22d. INVITATION COMMITTEE: W 15 llnrrub Richard Hyland A M llillhouBo 'V S Keyes i J Mauidn H«>n h W CoU M in Arrington Thus J Titvlor Geo 1 hurln*r lh»v E Daily I et*» Cnnnavan Luther Clark M H Clark 'V II Shaw l>an M »rgan N Simonson Sam Friudman Kd Schaefer F .1 Sehneidjr J>r Chumblin Si M Johnson II Johnson lieu \V Laker Sam Uoldstono II II Hull Frank Swenson Jo« Hu ll Lam lx i t Mo!lnu!Ii J M Kellogg 15 J Turner V in Gillen V Ch ida M A I handler YVm Van A latino FrGIGorman .1 CColgan John Wilson l>rT.*rry Ike Dhiliip* Frank Onrkee S H M ymnn J S M’hitutn H It lav lor Je*« • D Dig-Mow Zoi h King Geo M Merrill D W Levan 11 Morrison D ii Immel U A Montgomery Sol A''him M Young 1» II McKenzie M m Evans Seldon I let/.el Fred Karnes h 11 liai mon .1 C Hi wcll Jus Wells J. M Cioilier Geo Gilmore Hank Kni.ht ]• L Chase John Sul.ivan J C Lockwood J C llrown ( G UiiMmmI CJ Landing A M *Atcliiri«on U P llnskell J 11 Eukena Oew Trimble A G .~-n t-utger John li MeDougall J 15 Fulton ■ M c holey Hiram Crowell J* hn 11 Dennis — hht^ber Hr A C Dishup C C Geo Cowi ;s Lent Levy Isaac Mbislor .Jantes Keilly h Si neatly C L Lroy Al'xan’tt Lor* ami F u Gorman .1 Is Hinckley Gmo !’ Ltimlgren i Loewy DMunhnu .1 t ognini J S M hit ion 1* M uni Ihu l r>or Jo# Lull'd J G Fowgias III* IlMONXO MIXK. Pat Dossiter D Di u h 'j bos Murt.s John Leach m k m coxaoi tiiaf >:o muk. Alex Nixon Janie# Kyle S ii Liichie Morgafi Kavanaugh F 1 iUpatrick L L\ neh If Atn« isou l M Ferley Chas 1 anlicld John tonnell ii EC KPT I ON COM M 11 1 EE: A If < hart* F Lowey It M ixatty Ed Miller A E ltiU# 'lo:a Matthews CoMMirrEK OF A HUANG EM ENTS ; R Haddock MaxOberfeldisr M J 1 ran Min E Loow nihal John H Rllison W U Davenport FLOOR MANAGERS; YV II Davcnnort M J Fianklin Mux Oburf. Pier M Moore FLOOR lilKECTOK.TlHtS. S. DOUGLAS Tit liETS,.115 00 _JjrSMd.. GEORGE YOUNG, Ounsmitli and. Cuttloi* IJMiS TO Til 13 ^ J[> pul In- that 1m #M i‘- y lm»vo<l from hi-' old ftatnl, nour the Silver linek saloon, to the ^ onoonth' on Main .“tree!. €1 n» \t t.i J\ Mumidm ft store, wht*ro he will be happy to receive the patronage of bis fonuvi customer*, lie also inlornii the public that ho has tO 1ST A X T I. T OX II A X I> Iho finest and largest assortment —ov GUNS AND PISTOLS Ol Eyevy X'uteni. Alsu, ainmutiifiun, unt] cvory other artiolr'o the *|iortinit1in«. A largu.fouirtmnnt of nuatraliolin'* I nllvry. Rutrlirn' T <m»1n, ('nllroriilit-iHn<l« f ort liiif.Nefw, ICiiaor*. Ami nllullwi guuiU I'Hi mining tu thin line, ill the lowest tiguru*. itotitirinir iluno with nuutnot* ami diaimtch. Charges ruiiiuimlilu. Kiiruka, lcb. 17th. M>7f. feiH-tt l’ICXXEEK Barber Shop & Bath House, First door north of tbo JMoneer ftostuurunt. -North -Viui 11 street, Eureka. MM1E UNHEbSlGNKH, HAVING UK X contly opened the above establistnuenf, oilers bis professional services to all who desire a first-class physiognomical iiAliv CLT, or an »•< static SI IA \ K. ■*>* Hair Cutting, “>U edits. Shunipo«>inp, oO runts. f5 Connected with the estab r-yjr. lislmiotit are several neat and V nu 111 Hath booms, whore the most desirablo Hot or Cold iiaihs can bo hml at all time*. XJATilS, 50 CENTS. A shnro of public pHtro:i**,<i?'is solicited. _Au2i-tf J AMES M. Ai MuoHV. ErPp r. C/IASLL3 rUHRAE-IS, PracticaljA-Bootmaker. fihiip tliir Hoot* Above 1’imtolliee, EUREKA, NEV. 1AM I'KKi'AUKli 'll) KXKtTTB ALL work in my lino of bueinuss with nentnetts ami dieimli li. Ciirk'boleA Roots, for Winter Wtt.r, II Siiiclull.y. A true fit gauraatueil. 1 wouM respectfully U|tk a ehuiouf imljlia )atrium*'. lour LT!Alli.Eri EEUUAlUri. MISCELL A NEC US. REID! READ! READ! —THE— LATEST POLITICAL NEWS — 18 — IIV THE FIELD As a Candidate for (living Bargains to the Public He is now Receiving tiii New Stock of Fashionable CLOTHING A FURNISHING GOODS! Fine Boots and Shoes, Sheeting, Drilling and Ducking Hats and Caps, Blankets of all Descriptions, GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, FLOUR AND CRAIN, HARDWARE & MINING TOOLS, OILS, candles, USE, J’ICKS AND SHOVELS. All thet* mode are warranted to be fir-t cliote, ai d nil of nhu li 1 will sell at piicet that will duly com petition. I inritethe public moat cordially to exam ine my etwK before pun lut-inic eltenhere. <<<■£1 1). .MANIIKIM. EUREKA AND PALISADE Hail ro a a! or»;\ to ALHHA. STAGE?, I^OK ALPHA I-KAYE HAMILTON KY X c*ry day at 7 oYIjcIg a. m. Leave Luroka ut 4 oiduck »•. a., connecting with tlio Eureka and Palisade NARROW-GAUGE II A I L R O A 1> i Pa«f»Olifcrli remaining over night at A L1MI A, and arriving at PA LISA 1>K in time to connirt with the daily | as nongor tiain* of tho CENTRAL PACIFIC. There is a Commodious Hotel AT AI.l'II A, Wbtre PiKMeiiKen will Beerlve I Irsl-i liiwo Accommodation*. E. A P. N'AUKOAV-G Arub It. It. CO. fodtf O I T V 1> RUG -AND Boolistore 2 hreo door, helntv Wooilrnff A Enror's, on .Main Street, Eureka. |>M)I.1C ATTENTION IS CALLED TO L the new and largo stock of CHROMOS. TOILET SETS, PEIUIMEUY AND FANCY GOODS, ROOKS, ALSO JAPANESE GOODS, ETC., Atilie City Drug anti Bookstore. THE DRUG DEPARTMENT Is now complete with new CHEMICALS, Ditijs and Patent Medicines, •tiro Paints, Oil', Vanishes, Tube Colors, !•■ ushes, W’iuow . Hass etc., oU. AUoalin and large sleek of WIN KM AM> i,lt(l OKS, kept an hand ext.russly for mcdiciiml use. The above Stock will be sold ut prices tt compete with any house in the State. Hooks not in our stock will be obtained at tlio shortest notion. n o Dll LI KENS'Offlco is in the back ol tbc store BRANCH STORE Oh ltuby Hill, whole Hr. Lukeria cun be seen cve rj day between the hours of 10 and 11 o'clock a. M. -i>-ja!7 J. cony & bbo’s advertisement. -AND Well Known Clothing Firm -or 7. COHN cfe BROTHER I IV TIIE FIELD ! J^S WE ARE ABOUT CLOSING Ol'R BUSINESS HERE, WE WILL SELL FINE CLOTHING, GENTS’ FUENISHING GOOES, HATS BOOTS, [THUNKS, VALISES, SLANSETS, Etc., Etc., AT SUCH LOW PRICES THAT XT WILL ASTONISH EVERYBODY AND DBF1T COMPETITION! Our reputation for the Inst twenty years in Cnliromi«, and fifteen years in tbe State of Ne vada, in rugaid to -elling cULEAP, is well known. OUR GOODS ARE MARKED! And Wo Beg our Friend*, and tiro Public Ocncrally, to Stoji at Our 1 laeo 1 5 a f*o l* e I* n r* eli a s i n g 1C 1 s e av li e i’ e J -AND USE THEIR OW27 JL'DGICEET ! 17-j a") FASHIOAAbLE TAILORING! I! K U N I> K !’. S ! U N K !> V> K U S ^ 1 l* avo to inform th - citi/ens o! Ku rokn uml viviuil^ that ho lias just ar- jA ri\ ***i from >an l- nuicUi'o with a splon- - ■»** did uisortuient of And ha* opened a first-cla** Tailoring Fatah li*hoiont in Muridiy’s l'<>« t ami Mioe i?torot two door8 south ot the fctago Office, Main street. All Work Gi’.arantcccd ! PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES ! U>WAUD CASKY. August dth, 1871. au7-t Eureka Drug Store! 3(eit Door to Well*, Fargo A Fa * tMliee. AN here can be found Fresh and Pure Medicines, Patent Medicines of all Kinds, Perfumery and Toilet Articles OV AM. MINI'S. Careful mtontion given to the preparation ol I’ll V SKI AN S’ I’KESl'K 1PTION S, llnving hail a practical knowledge in this lie for moro than twontyfive years. nti2UU' E. J. SCHNEIDER. Druggist. W. \V. Chisholm, C. 'V. IK nnktt, ; Preiiilcnt. Set rutary. _ 8imon Hamhkkc.kr. Su|i«rinf-ndi>nt. UTAH FIRE BRICK MANUFACTURING COMFY. SALT LAKE CITY. IMHK-BIUCIv OK SCTKKlOU QKAJ.1TY uml special shapes made to order. Our brick art' made from different clays, and 1;uro is taken to prepare tho combinations of ma terial to meet the wants “f dillcn nt ores and tinx*'S. in lots of a car lead, per thou sand; m small lots, :IU m nt' upioc *. MAX OHKKI- KLDKE, . Agent for Eureka county and Eastern Ne vada. oc22-tf DAVII > LUNI >lJOM A3SAYER. Offlcc: Main street, opiaMltc the l*io iiecr llcfetniirniil. rtO'Accurate assays guaranteed. A MULL ADVANCE 1!;oM MV FOIL MEH very low rates will bo charged in 1 tho future, thmigh fees will still be kept us reasonable as possible. Strangers arc required to pay in advance. Eurek a, August I87d. mi2d-tf $100 Reward. riMlK AHOY E KKVVAKD WILL HE PAID 1. for the return to tho undersigned t f the unities of wearing apparel, jewelry, etc., tuk< it from the Cosmopolitan Lodging-house, | in Eureka, on the night of tho loth iustunfc, ; and no questions allied. | ittl'tf WM. M. GATES. n USINKSS ( VI RDS. Dr. Dobrenz, German Physician. Surgeon, Accoucheur and Oculist, Office on Clark street, next door to Justice Ucattj’s Court. O: Ollier Hours.: From 9 to 11 o'clock 2 to o m the afternoon, and T to t> in the oveuiux. oltl-tt R. L. CHASE, C10V3WPY KHOKIUR AXD AI DI j tor, ot Eureka county, N'ovada. Having in my ofliee the transcribed Rec ords Irom Eander county, lain prepared to search record* and make abstract* ot Mining Property and Real Estate. Conw\ iineing in ail its branches. Acknowledgments taken Uthce in the Court-house, Eureka, Eure! a county, Nevada. jaH-tf THOMAS J. TKNNANT, VOTARY Pl Hl.lt. (OXVKYAXf. ii ing in all its branches. Acknowledge ments, Protesting Commercial Paper, uni Inking Reposition*, promptly attended to, Otlico with It. Chase, County Recorder, in the Court-house liuilding. Eureka, Eureka county, Nevada. jafc-tt GKO. W. MKHRILL, VTTOIIXKY AT LAW, HINTRK 1 Attorney for Eureka county, and No tary Public. * < 'race in the Court-house. jaS-tf A. E. SHANNON, DF.N'IY (OUCtTOR OF IVrKR mil Itcvonno for the comities of Lundcr Eureka. \\ bite l ine and Nye. office: Austin, N'nvmlii. jult-lm Jamis I,. Kino, I I Kmv vanChattin, Notary l'ublic. / \ (.'ouii's’nor for Nev KING A CHATTIN, (Successors to F. I. T11IBAFET, decaasod,1 NUTAlllFS Il'llElt’, CU.MMissioni;i:s of MKKI ’S for nil the States and Territo nos. CII.N \ I.Y AM l- l S. iiEAL ESFAT F and (I KN Ell A E All IN IS. ii v, I'mticulm-attention given to tbo taking of Depositions, niFioe: 4U Culifornia stroot. San Francisco California. dUPim T. II. HARMON, /Hd'NTY CEEItE, AND KX-OFF1CU Clerk of the Ristrict Court of the iSixtk judicial Ristvict, in and for tlio County oi Eureka,,State of Nevada. CONVEYANCING, In all its branches, correctly executed. Ac* kiiowlcdgmenta, Allidtivits, etc., taken in an> purt oi the town. Ullico; Hunt corner room at the Court house. do-eia SAIL TRIEHMAY, Auction mid Commission Merchant, Dealer in N'ew and 8e<tood»Iland Goods. Tinware, Hardware, Glassware, CKOCKEUY, TOBACCO, CL0T1UNU, BED DING, FEKN ITU BE. BOOTS AND SHOES, MIN'EllS’ TOOLS, ETC.. Tliroo doors above AVoodrufF Elinor’s stugi office, Maw snoot. Euruku. jyV-U Ml SC EL LA NEO US. MONEY’S MARKET, MONEY 6t HALEY, Proprietors, THOMAS H ALKY. KBANK MONKY. south Main street, opposite tho Odd Fellows’ new hall, WOULD RESPECTFULLY v? H announce that that they ( will keep constantly on hand at the above market the best BEEF, MUTTON, VEAL, PORK, SAUSACE, And everything else usually found in a first class market, l’ricos as reasonable as any establishment in tho city. MEATS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ! fed""Wholesale order? delivered to custom ers free of charge within ten miles of town. jy-Mf TV. DELRANCO, SUCCkSSOR TO M. P. FREEMAN & CO, —A HU— REINHART BROTHERS. fonrarflim and emission MERCHANT, DEALER IN FLOUR AI$D GRAIN. Office: Central Pacific P.ailroad Depot, ELKO, NEVADA. Any goods sent to this place will bo forwarded promptly and with dispatch. Mark “ OAItE I» (in a diamond) Elko.’’ __ __diu-tf RUBY HILL WATER WORKS. I Capacity of Tanka 152.000 Gallons ALL NOW FULL. WATER WILL BE FURNISHED IN y f Ruby Hill, in any desired quantities, at all seasons of the year, at a Uniterm rate and lower than can be furnished from any other source. Water delivered twice daily to pri vate families, miners’ cabins, saloons, etc. TivLets ranging from <>!, to '.0 cents apiece will no sold at the office of tho company on Ruby iiill. by W. II. MILLER, Superin tendent. W. B. 11ARHUB Proprietor. m v2dtf_ IMPORTANT NEWS m\ STORE! NEW GOODS!! AT RUBY HILL! V FRANKLIN .t CO. IIA YE OPENED i 1 . a new “tore at tho above place, with a targe assortment of DRY GOODS, GENTS’ & BOYS’ CLOTHING, & FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, etc., to which we re spectfully call the attention ol the public. Duality and prices tosr.it everybody, olitf N. J. KuA.NKLIN A CO. YOUNG’S CONFECTIONERY! ( 1AND1ES, FRUITS, NUTS ANDCONFEC V ) 'iTONHRY manufactured by myself, ui the now Confectionery Store, on Slain Street, two doors south ol Ashim Eros. No Experienced German Cook Allowed Around the Honse. Ail Confectionery Manufactured by Myself. I DEFT OPPOSITION! jy2i-tf M. YOUNG. GENERAL NOTICeT '■M1K V\ HLIC IX GKXEHAL IS IN X formed iliat the old lirokor, II. MAKHEIH, Corner Saloon, Main street, old stand, lias re ceived, on eommi>'iun,direct fr«m New \ork and llodiun, nearly $10,000 Worth of Valuable Articles consisting of Gold and Silver Watches, Gents' and Ladies' Gold Chains, New Styles, Sets in Amathyst and Topaz, Jlatlc to Order. Itiniiionils an Im mense Stork, mid « N|M>rlalfy. H. MAN1IK1M will sell these roods at a price to astonish everybody, rather than re turn them to the original owners. in:THE HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR KUIiEKA COUNTY SCRIP. A large stookof GUNS, PISTOLS, and AM MUN 1T10N on hand. nolO MRS. A. PERRIN, Artist in Hair Work -AND IMPORTER OF HUMAN HAIR. . All Kinds of Hair-work Made to Ordt r. DRESSMAKING ATTENDED TO. Hyland’s Brick Building, corner Clark and Buei streets. d-l-tf. JOSKPH WKI.t.8. 1.. C. ANPKRSON EUREKA FOUNDRY. WE&X.3 & ANDERSON, Having purchased the propkr ty known us the Eureka Foundry, aro in a prepared to furnish mills, furnueos. etc. with Casting's of All Description* j also. Machine Work. Or-tora from Austin, Belmont, Haniil tun, and Mineral llill solieited and tilled with dispatch. All work leaving this foundry Gl AKA NT E ED, and on tho most reasonable terms. Cr.iors left at the foundry, or address. I nd '.j W EI.l.S \ ANDERSON. K irokii Foundry, Eureka, Nevada, [ Will receive nromut attenliou. ied-tl MISCELL A NEO US. THE HOLIDAYS COMING! NEW FURNITURE STORE! Moyers t Franklin's old Building, by Charles W. Schwamb. ri'HE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED J stock of furniture ever brought to Ne vndn. Bavin* procured all my goods direct from the manulactory, 1 can sell at San Franciico Prices! HANDSOME PARLOR SUITS -AND WALNUT CHAMBER SUITS, Spring and Hair Mattresses,Feather Pillows and Bolsters, Bed Linen; Brussels and Ingrain Carpets; Shades, Pictures and Mirrors; Stair Carpets; Vases and Ornaments, Toilet Sets; Dining-room and Kitchen Furni ture Complete, etc. Comprising in all, a desirable line of goods specially adapted for the Holiday season, to bo sold without reserve, and to which 1 call the attention of the trade. Agent, for Nevada, of Fishbaek’s Patent Bed-Spring Lounge. The Latest Novelty. "Wall Paper Of all Kinds; Decoration*, Center Piece*, Moulding*; Picture Ftames, In New Design*, ' With Metal Lining; Class, Paints, Olls,Varnl*h**, Brushes, ete. Daninek I.nce Curtains, Window Shades sad Fixtures. Draperies in Lae*.liars. Terrace and Silk. FAStY GOODS-AXD TOYS! Comprising Vases, Castors, Fancy Baskets, Bohemian Glassware, i Dolls, Magic Lanters, Tool Boxes, Carousals, Tin Kitchens, Surprise Boxes, Horsemen, Willow Coaches, Fancy Boxes, Sail Boats, Hobby Horses, Perftunery, Cradles, Sleds, etc. dttf C11AS, W. SC11WAMB. UNDERTAKERS. ti/tll keep on hand an assort. W men t of Rosewood Caskets ol Every Style, Coffin Trimmings, Etc. Funeral? attended to with promptness, and all the arrangements made with enro and attention, three doors north of Paxton Jc Co’s Funk, Main streot. Eureka. mhl8 J . II . M ICHEL. New Goods! New Business! STATIONERY JEST ARRIVED.- MEER schanm Pipes; Jewelry; Finest Cutlery i, town; Yankee Notions, Cigars, Imported and Domestic; Tobaccos Etc., Eto. BtB* My Stationery Department is complete in ev cry particular. nli-tf SHEA, BQCQDERAZ & MCKEE, IMPOETEBS AND JOBBEBS OF Wines and Liquors MOLE A VENTS EUR GOLDEN AND TEA KETTLE WHISKIES Corner Front and Jackson Street, SAN FRANCISCO. amksShka, > A. Hocoukbas, J K Mi-Kbk. j_spl« I.. POWKKS. K. W. WII.COX. B. B. CUTTKB L. POWERS AGO., Importers and Jobbersin Choice Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc. 73 FRONT STREET, tell*tf SACRAMENTO. CAL Patronize Home Industry, ^LEC. DOHA HAS ENOaCKD IN THE I’rcpiirntieu of Pure Jura C'olTce. He is prepared to fill orders from sU *> tions in quantities from One Found to Ono Thousand Fojipds. Factory on Main streot, below FioSee^Rea, taurunt.