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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
1L-II OLD DAVE STILL ALIVE! mnAS JUST RETURXED FROM TFIE ay City, where he has selected and purchased the LARGEST AND LATEST ASSORTMENT -OF — General Merchandise Ever Brought to Eureka, And those who desire to convince themselves of his taste, and the quantity and 1UALITY10 F HIS GOODS, WILL PLEASE Call and See Him! Before Purchasing Elsewhere. Hil stock consists of everything, From a Cambric Needle To an Anchor! From a Fair of Overalls To the Finest Suit of Clothing! And from a Keg of Soar Kroat To a Can of "Fate de Gras." An it requires too mu^h spar© to mention •very article, ho solicits his old friends end acquaintances to call around and exuminc his stock. 9. KANBSZM, o5tf North Main street. Eureka. SOCIETIES. Eureka Lodge.No. 16,F. & A. IVI. The Stated Communications of Eu reka Lodge, No. Pi. K. A A. M., will be held in Masonic Ilall. on everv Saturday on or preceding the full ■toon in each month. Called Communications every Saturday Evening. Members of sister lodges, and sojourning brethren in good standing, are cordially in v' ted to attend. JOHN GILLESPIE. W.M. A. Brattmcr. Secretary. l VjalJ St. John’s Chapter, No. 5, Royal Arch Masons. 1’HE STATED COMMUNICA- ***** TIONSs ofSt. John's Chapter, No. Iwyvvfi. 5, K. A. M-. will be held in MA SONIC HALL, on the Second and Fourth WEDNESDAY EVENINGS of oach month, Called Communications on all othor Wednesday evenings. All Koyal Arch Masons in good standing are cordially invited to attend. A. BENEDICT. H. P. Gao. P. Lew no a K!». Secretary. rnyll I. O. O. F. T7DKEKA LODGE. NO. 22. meets Every TUUKSDAY EVENING. IN ODD FELLOWS’ HALL. At 8 o’clock p. s. All members in good standing are cordially invited to attend. A. E. TITUS, N.G. Bk.vj. C. Lkvy, Secretary. 10-au7 K. of 1*. *)EATIFM' MIIMiK. No. 7. K. of P., ) hold regular conventions every MON AY EVENING, at 7:.t0 o’clock, sharp, at ita Castle Hall, in the new Masonic Hall. All aoiournin|t members in good standing are aucdially invited to Httend. W. 11. OAVENl’ORT, C. C. A- G. S.xktsixokr, K. of It. andS. Kvreka. Nev., Jan. 21 .lK7o iaii-tf <|jj> I.C.OFR.C.^ STAR OF HOPE ENCAMPMENT, NO. 13, Meets every Friday evening. in Masonic llall, at 7alt) o’clock. De gree meetings every Sotiday evening at 7 "’clock. W. A. DURLCT, Eminent Command* r J. II. Pastor. W. S. s-Jtt ItHE A. 0. H. meet every brat and third SATURDYY EVEN ING of each month, at 8 o’oclock at the corner of Clark and -lionroa streets, until further notice. THOS. HALEY, Presided. JKaratah Sui.i.ivas. Secretary. au7 Rebekal Charity Degree. I.O.O.F. riMIE REGULAR MEETINGS OF TIIF 1 Rebekai. Charity Degree Lodge, I, 0. 0. FT, will be held until further notice on the first and third FRIDAY’S of each month. Hour of Meeting. 8 o'clock r. M. grl-tf DEN J. C. LEVY. N. G. CARSON L. 0. L„ No. 121, AfEETS AT THE MASON’S HALL. EU 31 reka, on the First and Third Wednes days of esch month, at 7 o clock r. y. otltf H. C, BOLAND Matter. BV&BSA SUAIBI. | ATTENTION, COMPANY! | Regular meeting for drill ev ery THURSDAY EVENING, at 7 o’clock sharp. myt-tfL. R. KELKY, Captain. NOT|CEa III. P. ST1MLEK, OWNER OF THREE 9 hundred foot in a claim known as the anhattan mine, on Prospect Hill, neur the town of Eureka, Nevada, do hereby forewarn all pc rsone, from bargaining or purchasing said interest of mine in said claim from any person or persons whatever, without my con sent. or due authority from ine, said interest having been uulawfu y advertised by one Samuel J. lloebe,last ■ nuarg. eUtf H, V. ST1MLKR. MISCELL A NEO US. H. MANHEIM, The Oltl Broker, Corner Main and Clark streets. la deerice Thatcher A te'i Stone Building. WILL COMMENCE TO DISPOSE OF A fi le lot of wares, same articles taken as pledges some time ago, and an Immense Stock of New Goods! Bought for ca-h, direct from Europe a dNcw York City. These goods will bo sold »u low as to surprise all men and women: 103 Gold Watches. American and Euro pean, ladies’ and gents*. 6 Stop Watches, l-o indep., 1-4 seconds, stem winder, and with ail the latest im provements. 165 Nilver Watches. American and for eign movements; from l1., toii ounces. 43 IIInmond Kings, in various settings and styles. 35 Mold Vest Chains, new stylos. 35 Opera and Piedmontese Indies’ chains, from 40 to 110 dwt, in 10 kt gold. 33 Nets of Jewelry, for Indies, consisting of Pearl, A ninth.’'st, Topaz, and Enamel and Gold, pure and all warranted; from up to il&i per set, in broach and ear rings. 10 Fairs of Bracelets, in chains and bands. 470 Assorted hold Kings, with setting in Topaz, Amathyst, hubies. Pearl, and other precious stones too numerous to mention. 130 Fla I n hold and Neal Rings, all sizes and weights, manufactured from pure gold, by Messrs, ltitter A Co., Sun Francisco. A full stock of gents’ Studs, Collar and Sleeve Buttons, Glove and Chemise Buttons, and 100 articles in tho jewelry line toonuiner* ous to mention. The finest stock of American Clocks The Best Stock of Pistols! jyaotf H. MANHEIM. J.C. LOCKWOOD? Main street, adjoining the Eu reka Hotel, importer ami dealer in Hardware, Brass and Steam Goods, Bar and Sheet Iron, Drill Steel, Oz and Horse Nails, Rope, Gas Pipe, Giant and Blasting Powder, Fuse and Caps, Cook and Parlor Stoves, Etc., Etc., Etc. Copper, Tin and Iron Work made and Repaired. GENERAL JOGGING AT LOW RATES. tny&Vtf -4 L. W. CKORKU. T. J. MAUPIN. MAUPIN &CROMER Wholesale and Retail I>eaien*in hardware:, M1U, AND MINING GOODS, GAS PIPES STEAM AND GAS FITTINGS. House t'uriilsliiuif t.ooils, STOVES, TIN AND COPPER WARE. POW DKKAND USB. WINDLASS ROPE OF ALL SIZES. ETC. We are also prepitreil to Cut iii.il Fit tin. Pipe. MILL k FURNACE WORK Done on Short notice. The Im*nI ()iialily of Steel, and also Stone Coal. Constantly on hand. Also. Manufacturers o' ; Tin, Sheet-Iron, Copper Ware. Particular attention paid to all work'in out line, and guaranteed to give perfect satisfac tion in every particular. Constantly on hand, Blasting and Giant Powder 1N.WDER. FUSE. CAPS. ETC. au'.tf MAI.PIN A CROMER. San Jose Savings Hank, 28! Santa Clara Street, San Jose. Cal., Capital Stock, - - - - $600,000 Paid in Stock—Gold Coin, $300,000. Assets Jan. 1„ 1875, $1,324,155.52. Deposit receipts issued, rear. ing interest FROM DATE OF DEPOS IT at SIX PER CENT., payable on demand EIGHT PER CENT., payable in six months, and NINE per cent, payable in twelv, months. Receipts are pre'erable to pass books, be cause the interest is paid promptly ut tin end of six months from date of each deposit they may also be transferred by indorsement and principal with interest will be paid to holder. Pass hooks issued, if deeirod, and same rate of interest allowed. Deposits from the interior, or from any pari of tho United States or Europe, may bo sen1 by express, or by exchange on San Francis, or New York, in gold or currency. Parti", remitting will state the time for which th deposit is to be made, and a Deposit Reecipi or Pass Rook—as preterrod—will be promptly returned. Remittances in Currency Exchange will e credited in gold at current rate. JOHN H. MOORE. ii. H. REYNOLDS. mh7-ly President. Cashier. delinquent "notice. ~ spo EI THER CLARK AND TIM. FIN X MEGAN: You, ami each of you. ari hereby notified that 1 have performed laboi on the Eagle of Liberty mine, situate,: east of the K K and Skylark mines, Kub< Hill, in Eureka Mining District, am Eureka county, Nevada, sufficient to com ply wilh the act of the Congress of the Uni,ei States of May ibtb, 1872, in relation to min ing claims held by joint owners; anil you, and each of you, are hereby required to perform your sbaro of said laborer pay the under signed therefor, or your interest in suid min, will become ni.v property according to law. Said mine is nonet ns follows: Luther Clark.... 2110 'bet Tim Finnegan.... 100 feel JOHN CULI.EN. Eureka, Aug. iffith 187A. au2ti-H0d Patronize Home Industry. j^LEC. DOTTA HAS ENGAGED IN TUF I 1‘rcpnrntlmi nr Pure Java tbtfee. He is prepared to till orders from all sec tions id quantities from One Pound to One Thousand Pounds. Factory on South Main street, next doorto the Turner House. DII,Ulttn«. l.r.TTKKIIF.An*. X) and lards, printed at tho ‘’FINTIN EE fficc,to or der, | MISCKLLA NEOUS. REMEMBER!! THE CHEAPEST CLOTH NC STORE IN EUREKA ! Jake Cohn & Bro., 11TILL CONTINUE TO SELL TIIEIU f V mammoth stock of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING! Gents’ Furnishing Goods, Boots, Hats, and Blankets —AT— Unprecedentedly Low Figures! DEFY COMPETITION! o2Mf J. COHN A BRO. MILLINERY GOODS rpiIE LADIES OF EUREKA ARE RE J spectfully Invited to call and examino our Select Stock of Millinery Goods. Having made irrangomenfs with one of the largest and most entoi prising importing houses in San Francisco to lorward to us Tlie I iatest Styles As fast as it receives them, we hope to he able to satisfy our pat'ons is every particu lar. FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING. South Main street, three doors above th» Turner House. M KS. S. K. FAliKElL s’2_’-11 M l»S. Q. V. FISK. NEW YORK STORE. ” N E AY GOODS -AT Betlroelt Prices! GOOD NEWS FOR THE LADIES! A BRANCH OK Til K N EW YOR K ST<)RE ot Coriuue, Utah, bus been opened on .Minn street, one door above DaveManlicim’s store, with a large and well assorted stock of DRY GOODS Direct from'Now York. My goods compost a nice and elegurt assortment of the choicest I > r ess Cjt o o ds! LA Dili!’ READY-MALE SUITS. and LADIES’ TRIMMED HATS. REAL HAIR SWITCHES, HAIR CURLS, Ac. Together with a fi ll assortment of Carpet?1. Oil Cloth.-1, Matting, Ac. I will sell goods for CASH 0N1.Y, and will therefore sell at RED-ROCK PKlCJ&S. Give me a call and be convinced. o21tf J. I>. I'AKHDIt. PIONEER Barber Shop & Bath House, First door north of the Pioneer Restaurant. North Main street, Eureka. f|Ml E UNDERSIGN ED, HAVING RE 1 cently opened the above establishment, offers bis professional services to all win desire a first-class nbysi ^gnomical llAli. CUT, or an ecstatic Si»A VK. Hair Cutting, 50 cents. Shampooing VO cents. Connected with the estab lishment arc several in at unc elegant Rath booms, wher« _QATH S/" the most de-irablo Hot ot Cold Paths can be had at all times. BATHS, 75 CENTS. A share of prblic patronage is solicited. au22-tf JAMKSM.M MouDY. 1’rop‘i [DR.A.B. SPINNEY, 1 ne Celebrated 5pccui.ist, t. Well-known as fouml< r of the Montreal (U. E.J Medical Institute uml la e 1 lopnetor of i the KIM.x »xi E\ \ 1 ol.K 1 FliiM AkV, w wind mott r spcctfully inforai hi* pu'Uiit* and tin* arti.ct. d generally that be s dl continn s to treat chrome and private d.«, a*o with un- i p..,aUuvd success. j LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. Korn mher, lout procraa..iuatioo i* the thief Of l' tUe, ao C OME AND BE HEALED ! It mutter* auu wiiiwt >o..r t»«»..».v» » . y ha, come and le t the Doctor exam n s yonr ta«. j It w.ll eo-t you nothing for coiuuiut on, so j plc.tftc call and hnl.».y Iveo wh. ti.er the ; |M»ctor uikU rota ml* your case. If n own cure you lie will tell yofi ni ; if not, he w.ll ti .1 niu ttiat, for lie * ill not undertake a case units* lie i* couiulcut of etfvCtiug a cure. YOUNG MEN! Who may bo auiici.ug fiotn the effects of youthful toliic* or iutt berei.ou, w id do w, .1 to avail themselves o( tins, the gr«at.*t h on cverla.il at the alur of Buffering humanity. PK. Si*lN iVKV will guarauuo to fort, it hvo huudied do.l.tr* for every case of seminal I weakneK* or p ivatd disease of any kind or character which he undertake* and fn.is lo cure. He w»»uid thorelore, *uy toiheim.ortu uate suffer r who may read ini* notice, that you ure treading upon d.tnae»ou* ground when vou ion ,er delay iu seeking tue pu,) errum dy for your complaint. You may oe in the iirot stage remember you are approaching liu Ik-it. If you am boid- ring upon the last, and are suffer.mi some or ad of it* evil eff. cU, le Uieiuhcr that If you obstinately per* »t in pio eraHtiuation, the time iuu-t come when llie most skilliul physieiau can reudi-y >oi no assistance; wh» n the door of lu»>.e will he closed against you; when no angel of mercy can bring you relief. In no case has the Doctor failed of siK^' S*. Th ulet not d«spair work itself upon jour imagination, but avail yourself of the beneficial result* of his treatment la-fore jour case is beyond the reach of ined.cul si, ll, or b. lore grim death hurries you lo a premature grave. MIDDLE-AGED MEN t in There are many of the age of 11 arty to sixty win* are troubled w ith too frequent i vncuatiui of the bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or burning sensation, and a weaken ing of the system in a manner t in patient can not account for; on examining the urinary deposits a ropy sediment will often be found, and sometimes small particles of albumen will appear, or the color will be of a thin and luilkisii hue, agaiu changing to a dark and torpid appearance. There are many men v ho die of tnis difficulty, ignorant of the cause, which is the s. com! stag..- of seminal w ak q ss. Dr. 8. will tfuaraut e a iwrfsct cure in all such cases, and a healthy restoration of the genito-unrinary organs N. B. -Only au interview re/pdrcd in a majority of ciues; Italauce of triatineiit can be conducted at home without interruption of business. All letter*, or communications, strictly confidential. ij (ittice Hour*—10 to 1,2 to 4, and 7 to 8. Sun days, from 2 to 4 only. Consultation, Free. Thorough examination and advice, Office, No. 188 SOUTH O HTttEET. Vir ginia l ity, where he will be pleased to consult with all who may be suffering, from Chronic or Special Dl*v ases. aulbtf SALOONS. THE SAZERAC SALOON^ MaIS STKKKT, El'RFKA, SMITH A- «•«.. I'KOl’KH'.TOKS. REFITTED and REFURNISHED! Making it one of the mo«t attractive places in Eureka. The Billiard Parlor, Attached to the SAZEKAC, is the finest bil liard room in town, containing the newest and most improved tables. The Lunch Stand, WJI. JIKI, l*ro|fr, Attached to the SAZEKAC, is neatly fitted up, and the finest lunches, with IloT CUEEEE AND TEA, can always bo obtained. DROP IN AT THE SAZERAC! _niv.-M! _ FRANK’S SALOON! JOS. MENDES, Prop’r. yyrilOLESALE AM) RETAIL DEALER Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. All kinds of Soda Drinks, flavored with the following EXTii ACTS.constantly on hand: Saraspariila, Sherrbct. Pear, blackberry, Ambrosia, Orgeat* Lemon, Lose, Nectar, Orange, Milk Punch, Lock, \ anil la, Ice Cream, Claret, (linger, Coffeet ream, Mint, Mrawberry, ( bo’lnte crcaml'atawba. I ine Apple, Orecian bend, ^ ild Cherry Kaspberry and Don’t Care. KZ2BTO and ClTvB ROOXVZS! Money to loan on collateral or approved business paper. 27-mhM I* a 1 a c e Saloon, East Main street. South of W ells, l argo it Co. LITHEK tl.AKli. Proprietor, Has fitted rp, in the ijeststvle, th« above f^uloon, where he will keep only the choicest brands of Liquors and Ci gars. Call and be convinced. Eureka. Nov. lt>, Jt<71. nov2l-tf li I LLI A li i> S ! THE CORKER Has jest received new r.11.1 iai:i> TAMdN, *ith Delany** l atent Wir Cushioiis. and is to bo kept as A FIRST-CLASS SALOON. GEo. THACJIKR.) Prrti • , rj C1.AY SIMMs.. ) Proprietors. aplft SILVER BRICK SilLOON. Dave Rosenberg, - - - - Proprietor. 'pIE OLD STAMP HAS BEEN It EM OP JL vied anu will her* uft« r bocondta ted u> u FIRST-CLASS GELMAN SALOON’, on the San FrunciFC© style. While 1 hav** reduced the price of lipinr? and cigar? to 121.. c« nt?, I ahull di?pon«e the >A.M E Ql‘AL1A Y ol both that 1 have ben to lore. Constantly on band to aerve to en?t< nn r«: West |-bull sober. Si-bin ken. i ali on.ia and Oregon limn?; Wiener l\imk Wnrade, Hint l>ol«>Klie • Mosajfo; ■* moked Ruffe lo Tonga* v; l ig’? f eet: Sheep Tontna-^; Sardine?: Lob ster?: lioIlftndi?ebo Herrin*; SardcU.n, An eb‘»vie?t Neino Atiaeu, Scbwei/.er t »»?■*, Lim biirgor, Groper kiauter Cane; Kusaian Cav iar, ete., etc. A specialty made of all kind? of FRESIl OYSTEnS. PRIVATE ROOMS for parties, lioer and Li<|Uor? aer/ed at table?. Air sic eveky evening, aeplbtl ARCADE SALCCN ! W. S. BOLAND, Fro’r, •South Main •Shift, Juicku, Nevada. -pIIE BEST! l’K8, THE VERY BEST,OE n iuni, l.i<|ti<>r*in..<l ( iKim Passed over the AUCAPE BAR, —KoH— TWELVE and a HALF CENTS ! .117-if W. 8. BOLAMP. THE EL DCRADO. r»o Hour* nliute I'll\ton A t«'» ItHItlt, MAIN ST.. EUREKA. THE FINEST BILLIARD HALL -AND— TSZV-Firi ALLEY, I’HIVATE AND I’UDUC Club IJ o <> in 8 , Ami Everythin* First-class. I HANK It. H rrrr.NllF.KK, Frop'r. _ sil7tf K. B. POBIt. i t. B. bkymoi.08. > EVANS, Agont. ” POND, REYNOLDS & CO., importer* and Jobber*of WINES AND LIQUORS, 212 California St., San h ranciaco. 00" Sole Agent* for Pacific Coast tor O. 0. Hlnl»e‘* ltnnrnon County W hi*kit-n. *9.tf BOBY BILL WATER WORKS. Capacity ol Tank* 152.000 Gallon* ALL NOW FULL. WATER WILE UK FURNISHED IN It by Hill, in uny desired , Maori to*, ai all sense i of the year, ut a uniform rate ami towel than can be furnished from any other teuroe. falor delivered twice daily to pri vate f niili.s, miners’ eahinx, Millions, etc. Ticket* ranging from iljs, to di) cents apiece will c sold at tho otiice of the company on Ruby Hill, by W. II. MILLER, Supcri* tendeot. W.B. HARKUB Proprietor. mv2H tf JMAAI. III.ASKS (IF ALL D ESI'It I P J Uuut, printed to order at the SEN TIN EL l/ltiee. HOTELS. ETC. TURNER HOUSE, Noiilli Till in Street. Kuri-lin. .\pvhiIh. B. J. Turner, Proprietor. Having again assemed isrsi rn*ss at my old stand, l beg leave to in form the public that 1 am prepared to ac commodate all who may lavor me wiili their patronage, and would assure them that it will again be brought back to its former well known Mandanl. Old customers are re spectfully invited to r turn, and they will re ceive every possible attention. THE KOOMN Are large, well furnished and comfortable. THE TAUTEN Will, at all times, be supplied with the best the market affords. THE BAtl Will be constantly supplied with the choicest Wine#, Liquors and Cigars. Charges reason able. B. .T. TURNER, Propr. Eureka, August $5. 11571. airiftlf MOCH’S. r WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM MY friends in Eureka and Ruby liill, and the public in general, that 1 have leased the Parker House Restaurant, And will open the satpe on NiiiMlny, the 28Ht ol' February, As a First-Class Eating-house Hoping to receive a share of patronage, and assuring mv friends and the public that I will do all in uiy power t<» please. MRS. JNO. A. Modi. I’iocho Daily Record copy. fe&’dm PACIFIC LODGING HOUSE. North Main Street. Eureka. Formerly Cornu cop I at lira lit. FRANK SUENSSON, PROPRIETOR. Having fitted it the finest lodging establishment in town. 1 am pro- i naircd to furnish rooms in suit or single, The ; house i* fitted up all new, the rooms are ear- j poted, the bods are Spring, the house is iwut i and airy. titurges I * easona b le. « Try the PACIFIC* II O VS K. _ fo24-lm_ __ _ ! J. I.. Mill ILLKY. J. H. L<W Ktt'OOP PARKER HOUSE, El'llEKA. NKV. Hinckley &. Lockwood, Proprietors. rpilE MOOLIS Al K SPAC’D I S AND JL supplied with Spring Reds throughout. THE B A It Is furnished with the tin-*st Liquors and t’igars tha* ran be pim-ba^d. A llisi-rlass Bent uiir :»n t on llie First I l«mr. The Palisade, llauiilton, Austin. Tvbo and Ikduior.t Stages, all stop at this House. _jll-nl'i __ _ SILVER BRICK HOTEL, South Main street. Eureka. WM. GILLEN, - - Proprietor. Happy and contented are bill* Gi.ien’s bi ardors. The best looking men come from good liv ing. Board $8 Per Week. The best meals in tho State f«»r AO cents, ji* R M. *;i UTV The Pioneer Restaurant, Opposite J. S. W hifton'* Mono Store, M a Street, Kuruka. GEO. P. LUI.BC31EN iiru.i. UK I’J.KA.-KH T*> skk AI.I. III. ?> old iri nd- at his lioi.se at any oiu»-■. At the S-jt.lt they w ill find The Tables Supplied with all the delicacies that can bo obtained and the 1 ioriiM i shall bo as well kept a* an> lU^taurant in Lurch*. (iive mo u call and sen how entirely you wil h»» ,*17 NEVADA HOTEL, North Duel street. Eureka, Nev. John O Laughlin, - - - Proprietor. 'PHIS NKW AM« COMMOlJlOl’S UOTKi 1 is now open tor b,. in* s*. THE DOOMS A*e lnrsro, comfortably furnished and well ventilal* d. hihI T H E T A D E E Will ho supplied nt all tiui •* with tho v**r> b * r th«» market affords. In >% word it is to bo kept ms m first das.- ostiibli-hm nt. _oUbf_ .S U. H( MKRK. COMMA l> H OIK U. S. BAKERY -AN D— COFFEE SALOON Main Str ot. Kuroka, a lew Doors North of t lurk >tre< t. in rtoldstone’s Duilding. IIT E TA K K TillS M ETMOD OK I N LoHM ?f in* our friend-nml the general publu that we have opened the above o-fabllsh m-nt. whore w*> will Keen constantly on hand everything usimllv found in a LI ILS| .(;La>S DAK L V «nd 0‘LL LK SALOON. I he ostubii-hmcrit will be kept nt»en DaY anti N DiHT, for tho ucooinmodution of patrons, (iivo . s a call. spl *tf Sell EUR *V IIOTZ. Wholesale Liquor House ■ ■ ii U lillluu'ii Stone lln I tiling:, Mnlu Street. Ktlrekn. n avino .irsT i!E'rriu:n from tiie hast, ufter imivfiariiig a large ui.ii SELECT STOCK OK WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. I am com potent of not only eomp* ting with thfl Kiirehn merchant?, but a 11k** with Min Kmppwo trnvolor*. 1 will uUo bo aide to furnish Haloonn-kocperH with C ;• o n k 1J © e i* } On and aOor June 1st. 1 pay nothing hut wh it l am willing to L'unnintou. CUAl h AND SKK H)K Vt'Cli* ShliK. 11KNI Y KIND, l'roprietor* __ ii'pi-mvit _ YOUNG’S CONFECTIONERY! CUN DIES, KRI’ ITS, N UTS A N I> CON KKC I TlONKtlY manufactured by myae(ff at the now Confectionery citore, on Main Street, two doors south of ABhim Bros. No Old Imported Confectionery ! All Confeudonery Manufactured by Myself. I DEFT OPPOSITION! , 'tftMf M. YOUNG. _ BUSINESS CARDS. II. L. OH ASK, pofSTT itK««>ititr.it Axn Arm, Vy tor. ol Eureka county, Nevada. Having in my office the 'ran scribed lt„c ords from Lnnder county. lain piepan<lt*i search records and mal e abstracts of Minin, I’roperty and Kcal Estate. C'nnvevuncinS in all its branches. Acknowledgments taken Dllico in the Court-house, Eureka, Eureka county, Nevada. juS-tf r. II. HAS.XVXON, pOVNTY CLEUK, AND EX-OFFICIO V' Clerk of the District Court of the Fixth iidieial District, in arid for the County of Eureka, State of Nevada. CONVEYANCINC, In all its branches, correctly executed Ac knowlcdifinents, Affidavits, etc., taken in an, pHrt ol the town. J office: Front corner room at the Court h°u»0-_ dtt-dm IJAVII> LUNDBOMJ ASSA7EK. Office: Main slrcct.ii|i|HHlle the Pio. •leer ItcMnuraiii. nKfAccurnte assays guaranteed. A SMALL ADVANCE FltOM MY FOH m liiv very low rates will bo charged in tlir» future, though toes aril) atill be kept reasonable an possible. St» unirers are retpiin d to pay in advnnee. rsiirek a. August 2*J. I.s7 A. M. HM.UIorSK. W. h. In 7> HI'ORT lUI.I.HolSE DAVENPORT, VlTOH\nN AT I,AW. (>KH- K ’|y ih • ( iM Kelluwe’ netv building, ui sLir« 1.0011m 1 and 2, Kuri-ku. Xevtula. eil- ' G. W. BAKER, A T T O It I. 1 A T I, A W AXI> No1*1 I5LIC, Office in Jiok Kylund> brick building, baton a? h-n*c*t Kureku, Nevada. , tj| * I»ll. A. C\ BISHOP, 1 >11 YJiH’I %N AHI MIKdON. OF. 1 lice: on >ceond floor in Clark’* Su>mo buildiug, corner Main and Clark street*, Ku reka. jelJ-ti G. H. WILLARD. Stock 15 roker, 30® < Hlbariiiii, SI., Stiia Francisco, MK.MliKi; I*AC t It >H*( K KNCIIAN UK. stocks bought mi d «old on counni-iiofi. n.itlL in C. HAMILTON, \>. I). 1 \ UN ITS F, Five door* i * *o nil ot th * mutism. oliit-c. iiuel *fr**ot, Kureka. M TlioS vi R i AITOKN i:Y AT UW, Mam Street, Kureka, Sevada, THOMAS .1. IlKAI), pivib i:\i.lM2 U AMlI.S. Il»|». V uti \i infer*] Surveyor. « : n ii by* • aMiV* brick building, on the corner of lbn:I mid b ifoumi «troei*. ui «tair*. my!4 • . lit an iHi-. r. j. i.and.nu. LANSING &, HUBBARD, A THIHM vs A l LAM. I’KACTIC'K in all Court* in thin Mate. t . <■. Hubbard • • • Notary Public. Otlic© in liyland*.* brick I). doing, bateuian (•tract, Kureka. Nev. _ HUgl. _ UKo. W. M Kit RILL, \TMIK\I.Y AT I.AM, IHSTItUT Att«"iiey lor bureau county, and No tary IN. hi u*. t »rtic- in the Court-home. olWlf W.P, HASKELL & Co., UNDERTAKERS. \|T 11,1. KKEI* OX IUXD AX' ASSoKT ▼ f m«*nt of Koicwoorl CarkcU cl Hv^ry Stylo, Coi!in TriiQiiiings, L c. iwr Fun r»l- attended to with profuitm** ami nil tho hi rnnicoiiirntii u.adw with «,»M’ *r.d iittontion. 't hrow dour? north ol I »:x'*r. (’«.’* I imi, M«iin *tr> - I'urokn. 'nhl* JAMES & D. MURPHY. liOO I'M AKEKS. MCC'RSsOK.S I'D THOMAS MURPHY. IAMBS MClirjlY, 1*1! KM II M IM'D'I maker ot the* luciiu: Coast, i* now pri • ured to make to oruer all kinds .r'T.f,? -hoes. Stork and WOUK.'dANSUli si 1 b hlOK to any in Kureka. IN*rr«M*l lilN «iii»r»ntfeii* Can't be beat on Cork Side Boots. K6Pair ing neatly done. Shop oppdsito Paxton A CoN Bank, M®ift street, Kuriihii. ^ __ NOTICE! ivi riV) WM. SMI I II, TIP MA> BOLKIN1'* 1 borne, Uiehard i'rodauxand K.P • • ard, or their grantee*: \ ou ar** barel»y titled Ihut l have nerlortned labor uM tn Yt CM! ttPIllAi MINK, Mtuated on wester,i Mb pe of Mineral Pill, in Mining I i- triet. Kuroku county, Nevada. | tin* amount ol iho legal upawfunent work ■mid mine, as set opposite the respective i • t rests, according to the luw of the |,'||r of ih Tiitted Slates, approved May 1«, » •• an»l tho several nets amendatory tuoreu .sui pleiiu ntary thereto. _.i Sanl mine i- owned, mm appears of rccor *uiil Eureka cuu.it} , tt.fi.Uow.: j, .N iiiue. 1 kf-loiW I lioiun. Evan*.-. ’ , * w (liuuia* I elkiuahui ue.D’ ,| iu liii hurii I'ri'.laux.w...- J T. ,i ua J. IE Kubuiu-ui.ili miriiid.-"<> r That mile** within IH) day* >u.,lJ,ny >, proportion of *aiil amount yuu> Interim mi id mine will be(wnie(inyBrui’«Hy.^|(T,. Eureka, Eureka Cu.. Nov., Auguxt ”1, ls75k spl-liMvbn_-. $25 Reward. rpilEAEOVS K K W A It I* | be ali en fur (tie rei uverv ot a 'fiFTl lar.e BE U K llOlt.-K Ml'J.K. I H- ] fl, tuft of hair in front of it* head i* * a,|0 lirttte while; and it ho* an uluiuxt mw ‘ brand »n the left Mioulder, .*,**'! Tim lustabout *ix milt* from '’‘jVl n. uiur the finder will reeeivo the r.iwai I by In » » 'A'""*". flM*