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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
HIIDAY. JAAIIABV **>»«#■ STOCK REPORT. Sax Kbancisoo. Jan. 27. gna Fraiiplxa) NlafU Excbanje. UOKXIXO ROABD. 71.7 Ophir—61!^ li'l 82:,4 01% I dl.7 Mexican—20 20*/« 11!: 17 Uould X Curry—1\ J}% 23 a tiH •1707 Savage— 32S 27 i 2 >Si 2 "ni.7 Heat A Holcher—til‘S OFiii'n JSfuiiWmoaa-^wambs 577 Crown i'oint-2iS 27* 23* .jO Yellow Jacket—98 ‘U) Imperial—854 1.) Empire Mill -554 JIM Kontuck—124 ]70 AI oil a —23 22 *4 310 Belcher 3» 32¥ 325-4l>«> 2 i Confidence — 22 4V) Con. \ irginia—418 416 112 411 510 siurm Nevada-224 22/4 10V» California- 878654 160 Exchequer—16‘4 1354 5 Seif. Belcher—00 30 > overman | 6 >4 66 66/4 Ou iblO 110 Justice—2814 11*163 Succor—2*4 460 Union Con.—104 1 ;oo Lady Brvan— 3*3# J* ;.0 > J ulia-121* lo* 22 > Knickerbocker—* * 217 Caledonia -64 6> 425 «ilobe-i 2 1 * . V4 ZH 120 Baltimore Con. «* ,4 2 4) Utah l^bIOJ04 ;*;>0 S. 11 ill —11 » Jl*1 rjM Dayton-«* •jvO B. IsJanJ—454 rTKIHO BOARD. n» Meadow Valley—2/4 2* 32* Kaymond .t Ely-184 18 17)4 17 II > Eureka Cun. 15* !•»■* 1UJ Jackson-24 2» American Mag-1 4 phi Belmont—14 •jot) Newnrk — 40u i.jO El Dorado eolith—-Me Leopard—12** Jib-A) 12 12*b60 •jOi .Jeffers »n - 7 i 7 4-W Mila 2 * 24 3.500 Bant her-2 I 2* 2 » .V) Northern Bell i—61 isii llussay 14 i s*» L45c ]jp) (Jen. Thom**—104 1056 10 « •j) Manhattan—10 pjo >t. » atrick—1 4 wo Modoe—I-** 1* 210 Advance—7/4 74 2iijo Co so Coh.—I4 14 •j.) Now Co«o 14 2»ji Mahogany—50c ,j0 uorman-Ttc ;;* ) V V. Con. - I 4 1 * 1 4s‘>0 IT) Occidental 4 6* 6* ,ti B. >b »rntan- I 2* American Elat—2 •jni Alta -6 a 22.) >\ oodville — 24 i ivi Senator 1 .Vm 8cif. a aledonia—1^ n_D Ltd.v \\ a-h.—34 64 34 ;2u Kossuth—34 I7n u. t». Bill-2 2.i*i Andes—64 64 J>4 1> M idea —7 n Honda— 2 I'ac tie -1 * M Leviathan -1 4 57*) Ania/.«»n—2 Ijo N. Con. V a.- 14 11) loriiiuif »>tnr -«') •)!4 10 > Sullivan—1 « 2-7 i i rnjun 1' * 14 local intelligence. Arrivala and Departure*. »Y TIV< KlgKKA *1» CA M8 A OK KAlLROA*. l)( ]inrl(ire« Jnu. 26. f B Fverts M D ) reernan and son D Kelly H J Be. an B •* .'pauIdJnv tico Thatcher and wife John Anderson 4rrlvalH Jan.27. Mr* K Collins A <i ^netsinijcr j l ll i.D *0 1) i aylor J U Wbiddon M Corcbina and wife A limit** C Lnuten-Utfer uek Could B Everts 'Vastkkonk kok a M iNm.—Yes terday afternoon nil almond-eyed son of tlie P'lowery Kingdom entered the County Clerk’s ollice, and walking tip lo Judge Hannon, who wai intently pcru.ing the Scriptures, ini|uircd, “'How mlichee one marry licet*?’ Ku fim removed his spec'ades und, look ing ii|> from llie lioo'l liook, hlaudly inlarmed tiie Mongolian candidate for mAtruiioiiy that live dollars was the euatiaiiary charge for *he necessary crwlmiiiais to Hymen's Court. "l*'i\u d'lllai!’’ exclaimed the astonished heathen, and as he Inmol awav his flee bore an expression ol hitter disap pointment mingled with di-gust. He walked as far ms the door, when, as it suddenly impressed with a brilliant i lea, ho turned and ambling briskly up to the benevolent-looking Judge, laid his hand gently upon his shoulder and sofdy whispered, “How inuchee one innnth?" Itufiis explained to the hetiiglited Oriental that the etatutes ol the liattle-horn State would not permit him to issue such a document for a shorter period than “alloc time;*' upon hearing which (he impecunious victim rf Cupid turned sorrowfully away and meandered slowly up the' hill in the direction of Chinatown,where we trust ere this ho has rustled tho neoo.ssary amount. Reported Mtruck in tue Jackson. 'Ve are creditably informed tliat a 'wily ol line ore ha* been struck In the Jackson mine, in tlio southwest side drift from the tunnel running from the shaft towards the Phoenix ground. The drill at the shaft is lino feet from the top, Inn as the side drift runs into the nil , the new discovery is fierpendicii larly a considerably greater distance bom tlio surface, and is immediately under the old ore body, which rendered me mine so famous several years ago. "e are not informed a* to the magni tude ot the body, but hope to be eri *10 inform our readers in a few days. Poisoned Meat.—The canine fra ternity are again in trouble. Someone lies been distributing tempting slices '>f mev, seasoned with strychnine, on ie sirens, amt the unsuspecting de scendenis of “Old Dog Tray” are fall "K victims to their blind confidence in . 'dlmitdo animal belonging 1 toe turner Mouse only escaped by inopportune discovery of his condi on bv bis master, and a lil.cral clung of oil. The rescued pup name near being tlle victim of a “dog. Rune” conspiracy. 'I'm: Wrathhr.-—The clerk of tlx 'father is liavlng a glorious time. The "W.lna", Mr. Pn.li,, is off on a tare, ?ml the young man is hound to go the of his string while vested with Puerto represent the lio»s. Yoster * ,a,r SH,"|de of what tlx »mn can d > when he gets hb stim "t’-” 1,0 '*nh1 in the snow foi ntCu.y7terdHy rt"‘l •" » few j™°f mtiuhliie, but before night. «ik,llplf,c,,i“r‘)1,J f“s>>i«ue,l storm set ir continued during the night. MI*. AXI> MBS. MARSHALL. The Rev. Charles Hughes Marshall, rector of St. James’ church of this place, and Miss Nellie It. Watts, for merly of Cincinnati, hut now a resident of this place, were united in marriage last night at the above church, Rev. S>. C. Ulackinstone performing the cere mony. The church was filled to its utmost capacity, and a short time ufier the hour announced lor the ceremony to take place, the warning notes of tlie < Wedding March ” from the organ, at which Mrs. E. B. Millet presided, caused an instant flutter o' heads to ward the entrance of the church to be hold the bridal party, already at the door. As the rector and his bride passed slowly up the aisle to the chan cel altar, they were the " point attrac tive” for hundreds of eyes. The bride, a stately blonde, was at tired in a handsome bridal costume ot White tarletan, cut en train, and taste fully trimmed with white silk, putts and garlands of orange buds; bodice of white satin, vail ot illusion, and wrea'h of orange blossoms, liio latter also tak ing the place of jewelry and presenting a pleasing effect. Miss Ettie Collins, bridesmaid, a handsome brunette, was becomingly Httired in white tarletan, with bodice of rose colored silk; Thomas J. Read officiated as grooms man, and, like the groom, was in lull evening dress; Mrs. A. U, Bishop, the bride’s sister, in blue silk dross, trimmed w ith point applique lace; Mr-. 1>. W. Levan, in a handsome dress of black satin, trimmed with Yu leiiciennes lace; Mrs. J. E. Plater, in elegant evening dres of black silk, trimmed with Chantilly lace; Dr. A. Bishop, H. Muller, J. E. Plater and W. IS. Keyes comprised the balance of the party that accompanied the bride ami groom. As the party reached iho chancel stops, the Kev. M. Blackinslon uud Rev. M. P. Kelly, of Carson, the former rector of this parish, nut them, and the former commenced the beautiful and impres sive ceremony of the Episcopal Church making them man and wife. At the conclusion of the solemnization of the rite, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall, amid the congratulations and well-wishes of a host of Iriends, re.timed to the rectory, their future home, where a reception took place, lasting until In o’clock. Tlie bride and groom were tiie re cipients of many beautiful, valuable and appropriate presents from their friends here and elsewhere. Among ilie presents received by the bride were many elegant pieces of silver ware, and a set of cutlery from the groom’s father, lion. K. J. Marshall, and tamil v, of Colorado. Mr. Marshall lias been in charge of St. James’ parish not quite one year, arriving bore in February last, from Evanston, Wyoming Territory; and as a singular coincidence, the lady now his wife was also a passenger by the value coach on which lie arrived—Lotli then entire strangers. During lhe time of liis rectorship here he lias gained the esteem and good will of a large circle of friends, and eve y effort pm forth by him lor the ad van ■Hiiitul and butler condition of the parish has met Willi a lieariy co operation from his parislionar* and friends. To him and Mrs. Marshall we extend our eongrat n ations, and hope the happiness ilia! now surrounds them is but the shadow of the Joys to come. Didn't Comk to Timb.—Day before yesterday, K. M. Imige swore out a warrant in the Police Court against Reece Davis for assault and battery, representing that he had been badly beaten over the bend by Davis with a poker. The latter was arrested and deposited fat) for his ap|>earaii<-e for niul yesterday forenoon, ami was promptly on hand at the appointed hour, but the prosecuting witness failed to put in appearance. The trial was postponed for a couple of hours, hut tlic oillcers were unable to find the missing witness; consequently, the defendant was discharged. Several witnesses were in waiting ready to te* lily that Davis did not touch lodge at the time tile l iner charged ilia' the as sault was made, and the whole tiling looks like a case of malicictis prosecii lion. lodge should lie hunted up and at least made to pay the costs. Rkmovfd.—In order to get a suitable ollleo and reception rooms with a pri vate entrance, Dr. Rice and Professor McDonald have taken quarters at the Pacific House, near liie express office. All who w isli to consult these gentle men will find them at the above hotel. To-night they will lecture upon inter esting themes relating to mall. To morrow evening Prolessnr McDonald wilt deliver Ins noted lecture upon matrimony. Goons for Hklmokt.—The follow ing from the Conner of the “1st indi cates that tho people of Belmont are not unappreciative of tho advantages of Eureka over Wadsworth and Hattie Mountain as the railroad point, front wlikdi to ship their goods bv team. A sixteen-mule team came in the fore part of the week from Eureka, loaded with merchandise for our business houses. ♦ — — Poisthy and Grotkriks.— Sam. Friedman mounts his Pegasus and soars into the realms of poesy and gro ceries. His lay will be found ill the poet’s corner, which has been remov ed to the apace directly under tho le gend “New To day.” Sumivel’s poe try is good, but his groceries are better, as the reader will he convinced by call ing upon liiin at the old stand. Follow His Example.—Isaac New ton, a colored man, committed suicide recently at Salt Lake City by shooting himself through the head because lie failed to procure work. There are a lot of fellows aroii’id Eureka who air too lazv to work, who would add to their reputation by following Mr. Newton’s example. Will Hkmain a Fkw Days.—Prof, Price, the well-known mining expert, is spending a few days m tho Hast Range, lie lias Ju-t returned from Tvho, where he has been making an examination of the T.vbo Consolidated property, upon which ho will report on hie return to San Frrncisco. MAII. NKKVM'K IIET HEEX El'. REKA ASH lUEMII.M. It appears from tlie following extract from tlie Courier that the people ol Belmont aro taking active steps to se cure the establishment of daily mail service between their town and Eu reka. Tlie facts set forth in the petition are amply sufficient to warrant its fa vorable consideration by tlie Postal Department, which we have no doubt will act upon tlie matter witli as little delay as the official act of red tape will permit. This is what the Courier says: ‘ A petition was circulated in Bel mont a few days since, praying tlie Postotiiee Department to create daily mail service between tiiis place and Eureka, and also asking service to Austin once a week, instead oC six times a week, as at present. The peti tion contained the names of business men only; that is to say, business men, professionals, mechanics and county officers. Every business what soever was represented on the petition without an exception, or at least so wc understood. It was short ami to tlie point, and should lie favorably consid ered by those in authority in tlie postal department at Washington. Tl:e doc ument was forwarded to Hon William Woodburii, Representative in Con gress from Nevada. The object of tlie people of Belmont and surroundings asking for a change of daily mail servii-e from Belmont to Eureka is this: the completion of the narrow gauge road from tlie Central Pacific Railroad lo Eureka, will enable tlie mails to ite transmitted to this point in twenty-two hours less time than at present via. Austin, which would lie of very groat benefit to business in terests, providing the contract time is not over sixteen hours (what it should lie) between Belmont and Eureka—not more. There aro no mountain ranges to cross theentiredistance (lOIVi miles) aud inasmuch as there is no interrup tion in tlie Winter from snow about as good time could be made in Winter as in .Summer. Tlie present schedule time between this point and Battle Mountain, on the line of tlie Central Pacific, is seventy-two hours, though tlie time neon pied lately lias usually been forty-six hours. If tlie same margin is given between here and Eu reka, there would lie but little use, if any, in making tlie change. It is be lieved that our Senators and Repre sentative in Congress will give their personal attention to tlie wishes of our business ttipn in this mail matter ques tion. “The prayers cf tlie righteous should be heard.” PF.IMn.1AU Rev. S. I*. Kelly arrived in town yesterday from tlie Capitol. He es caped tlie blockade. A. (•. Snetsinger returned home yes terday from iiis coal ranch near Alpha. -- Goon Wood.—A. Gallagher A Co., at their yard near tiie Atlas furnace, have constantly on ham! a large quan tity of tlie best selections of pine and mahogany wood, which they will de liver at any part of the town cheaper than it can lie procured from other dealers. They will saw itat any length de-ired witli their machine; saw much cheaper than it can lie done by hand. I hey give good measure, and any per son purchasing a cord of them may rest assured that they w ill get 1-S cubic feet every clatter. Thames.—The editor, foreman, com positors, pressman and the devil are under obligations to Kqv. c. II. Mar shall and bride for a bountiful supply ot wine and cake furnished the Si.vii ni i. ollice last night. All hands drank to the healtn of the happy couple and wished them a long and joyous life, with all the pleastant ac companiments, inclini ng a reasonable percentage of lit le Marshalls and Mar shalleses. That’s "watts” the mat ter. The Trains.—'The passengor train arrived yesterday afternoon about 2’i o’clock and left this morning about the usual hour. The eastern hound pas senger train will arrive at l’alisade to day nearly on time, but the western bound will tie about five hours late. Unless the Eureka and Palisade pas senger waits for the western hound on the Central Pacific it ought to be in to night at its regular time. Passed Through.—.1. M. English, treasurer of the Tybo Consolidated Company, and Mr. Fisher of !San Francisco, arrived day before yester day from Tybo, where they had been for several days taking a look at the company’s property. Tb y left this morning for San Francisco. - — By Mail—Yesterday’s train brought lour days’ mail from the East and two from the West. There were seven sacks of papers and two of letters, which kept the Wilson family stirring i pretty lively for some time after their arrival. 0. Duiikkl A Co., manufacturers of cassi rueros and white shirts and gentlemens’ un derwear. All orders for half a dozen each will bo tilled at store ruto*. Measures taken and true tits guaranteed. ♦ Fkksh Arrival. -Another invoice of Apple, Peach, Pear and Quince Butter, at Taylor A Atchinson’s, that will bo sold to ( lose the in voice, at UN K DOLLAU per bucket. jalStf — ♦ Noth Uuelo Manhoiui, corner Main and Clark streets, will dispose of 2B0 American Lover ('locks at $4 00 apiece; former price, *7 to $8. jyW H- Manhkim. —— -«►..— ■ — MOril'N. mh4 i A Kt’M. lino of bot’lo Winos and Liquors for luinily trado, at Taylor h Atchinson’s. jaUtf —. A ton of Nevada Butter, consigned to Tay^ lor & Alchiuson, will bo sold cheap for rush jaUtf -- - HOUl'Ii. mh4 J. Strips lias nothing but what isimportet from liio only California Jewelry Company of San tTunciseo. n;IOtt -- ♦ - Fifty half-barrels of (’in b^A ('often, Can C U Sugars, just received at Taylor A A toll in son's. jalltt A full lino of Chewing and Smoking To bacco, embracing the choicest brands in tin market, just received at Taylor A Atchin son’s. Jttl4tf MOi'irS. mh4 SPECIAL NOTICES. Boi'xn to tut Sold—To make room for n largo stock of Stationery coming from the East. Will sell for tho noxt sixty days, AT COST. 150 reams of paper, 200 bottles of Ar nold’s writing fluid—quart bottles—at $1 per bottle; a very largo assortment of bound lodgers, daybooks, journals, etc., chenper than you can got them from San Francisco, and various other articles in tho stationery lino too numerous to mention. Received from tho manufactory 250 lamps of nil descriptions, and will soli them 50 per cent, cheaper than any bouse in Eureka. Also a very large amount of Patent Medicines, oil, window glass, paint and brushes. Come and see for yourself, and you will bo astonished at tho prices. These articles must bo sold before I start for the Centennial. Prescriptions carefully compounded. Will prescribe froo of charge for tlio sick. E.TERRI’, M. D. ja20tf City Drug Store, Euroka, Nev. MOCII’S. mh4 P. Stxler hat just returned from San Fran cisco with tho largest stock of diamonds, watches, silverware, jewelry, etc., and tho largest and most attractive assortment of Christmas goods generally that was ever dis played in Eastern Nevada. Call at his store and examine and price the goods, and you will bo curtain to purchase boforo you leave, n'-fltf_ Twtxrr Dollars Rkward.—Lost on the ovcniDg of the 18th instant, a red morocco porte-nionnaie,containing about eighty dol lars; consisting of a check for $40, the pay ment of which has been stopped; 8(0 in gold notes, and the balance ic coin. The finder will receive tho above reward by returning tho property to the Skntixkl office. ju20-lw notirs. mh4 K. K.—Which means koinpetition is kor rcet. tio to the "Golden Rule’’ and realize tho fact. Jon will wait on you, with a fine assortment of warm. Winter underclothing, fine woolen overshirts, overall-, jumpors. cigars, tobacco, cutlery, stationery, noiions, etc., CHEAP FOR CASH. ja25tf -- Wood.—Parties in want of fire-wood aro notified that A. Gallaglior A Co. have tho ar ticle on band, cut to any size, at 815 a cord. Ordeis leit at W. P. Haskell A Co’s will re ceive prompt attention. -- Twix-Rrothlrs’ Raking Powdor, and all the best brands extant, at Taylor A Atehin son's. ^ jal4tf WiLRox’s Corned lloef, white and yellow Corn and Oatmeal, in quantities to suit, at Taylor A Atcbinson’s. jal4tf -^ Dimkp Fruit? in endles? variety, embracing Cheirios, Blackberries, Apricots, Pears, Peaches, Currants, etc., at Taylor Jt Atchin i son’s. jal-ttf D. MAN HEIM, DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, -AT i BARON’S BRICK BUILDING, MAIN STREET. Eureka, Nevada. jalltf 11 EMEM1JER! THE CHEAPEST CLOTH NC STORE IN EUREKA ! Jake Cohn & Bro., | WILL CONTINUE TO SELL THEIR | YY mammoth »tock of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING! Gents’ Furnishing Goods, Boots, Hats, and Blankets —AT— Unprecedentedly Low Figures! DEFY COMPETITION! o‘J8-tf J. COHN & BRO. J. B. KEEN, Veterinary Surgeon. Having had » years’ experience, 1 fool confident in ray ability to treat successfully all (list uses peculiar to HOUSES, Ml LlCS and CATTLE. 1 can bo found at Lisbon A Carpenter’s stable, on South Main street. *> • FOR RENT. r111IK FIIIE-PROOF ROOM CORNER OF 1 Ruel ami Clark streets, in rear of tho Corner Saloon. — A LSO — A house containing two rooms, on Ruel street, below dark. Inquire of d*itf QEl*. YllACHKR A 00. NOTICE. All persons having horses at the ranch of the late J. C. Keating are notified to call at the stable of Joseph Sny der, in Eureka, pay ranch charges and leave orders to have the animals brought in. ja25-lw* JOSEPH fcNYDKl*. NOTICE. r HAVE SOLI* MY INTEREST IN THE I. boot and shoe business, on Main street, tc my partner, James Murphy, who will colled all bills due tho old firm and discharge all of its indebtedness. 1). MURPHY. Eureka, Xev., Jan.21, 1876. ju2o-lm jp*. lion wy Begs to inform his friends that bo hns bought t !*Jf tj\ tho a?oncy of J. II. MICHAEL %■ X/ for all tho wv-nVi.dr l.nsiern Papers. FerlotlioHlH, Mags zincs mill I'n.Iiiou I too list. Ami is prepared to deliver thorn to his sub gcribors at their placo ol residence F IS r. K OF C1IAUOE •^■OFFICE, at G. Y’oung’sGunsmith 1 next to Movers and Franklin’s. .•**■*' JOB FBI* I'INU OF ALL KINDS. EX ecuted with disp.Ush at tho* SENTINKi Printing Uiieo. MEYERS & FRANKLIN. FALL AND WINTER C O O D S \ MEIERS & FRANKLIN Have just Rocceived their Immense Shipment of New Goods! Bought by our Mr. Meyers, m The Best Market, for Cash! The ladies of eureka and sur rounding districts will have the largest and most varied assortment of general dry goods to select from that has over been placed in the Eureka market, comprising the most Elegant and Fashionable Styles in New Dress Goods, viz: New Matclasse Suitings. Highland l'laid Suitings, in all the Clans. Black and Colored French Russe. I’orsaillo I’ongce 1’laide, plain goods to match. Tlaid Croite Carrean. French Meronos, French Taffetas, Cash mere, Drap do Eto, Ac. Black and Colored Silks, Shawls, Mantles, and Jackets Childrons’ .Misset’ and Ladies’ Velvet and Felt Hats, Trimmed in great variety. 1 The Underclothing Department Is replete with everything a lady could wist for. Ladies’ Gauntlet and two-button Kid Gloves, in all colors and sites. Silk Ties, Ribbons, Laces, Ao. Onr Fur Department Comprises, Minks, Sable, Astrachan and Hudson Bay. The Domestic Department Is full of the very best makes, at very low prices. White and Colored Blankets, Comforts, Ac., in all sites and qualitios. The Boot Department Is running a first-class stock of everything New in Children’s, Misses’, Ladies’ and Gent’s Boots, Shoes and Slip pers, from the best makers. Trunks, Valises, Ac. Gentlemens' Beady-made Clothing and Underwear We make a specialty. The material and workmanship we guaiantee. METERS & FRANKLIN. P. S.—As one of the fi-m resides in San Francisco, wo will attend to all orders in trusted to us with promptness. 08 MEYERS A FRANKLIN. SNETSINGER & HENDERSON, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN t ^ 3^-S DE^LXiaEI Provisions, Butter, Fggs, Miners’ Supplle —AND— General Merchandise GLASS WARE, CROCKERY WARE, AND WSODEN WARE. PURE WINES AND LIQUORS Constantly on hand. Remember the place: Woodruff A Ennors old stand. Main street. Eureka. mylStf QUONG YE TEUNG CO. Successors to Hop Yek Co. CRIXVSSU GROCERY -AND DRY COODS STORE, Munroe stroet.„.Euroka, Norada. I'AMILY GROCERIES, FURFISHING poods, dry goods, etc., kept in quantities to suit. The firm will supply Chinoso labor for con tractors. ja22-lm Antonio Ferraris, PRAl'TIVA 1. BOOTMAKER. MAIN STREET, EUREKA. A few doors above Odd Fellows’ Hall, rpiIE BEST OF FITS MADE OUT OF THE X best oi material, turned out oi this shop, Ladies’ Work Made to order and guaranteed to fit. French dressing for ladies' and children’l shoes kopt on hand. dutf ANTONIO FERRARI8. r. XX. HARMON, COUNTY CLERK, AND KX-OFFICIC Clerk of the District Court of the Sixti ludicial District, in and for the County o Suroka, Stato of Novada. CONVEYANCINC, n all its branches, correctly executed. Ao mowlodgmcnts, Affidavits, etc., taken iu anj lurt ol the town. Otfico: Front corner room at the Court louse. For Sale. TMFTY CORDS OF WOOD WILL I!E SOLI X? cheap for cash. Apply ut the K K fur uacc, at I o’clock. J. C. BROWN. ja21-lw Assistant Superintendent. TO LET. A FURNISHED ROOM _ JaaVliv imp* ra of MRS. MOCII. MI8CKLLA NEO VS. WASHOTOTS BIRTHDAY. GRAND ANNIVERSARY BALL! Eureka Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1. Will giro a Grand Anniversary Ball at BIGELOW’S HALL, -ON Tuesday Evening, Feb. 22, 1876, FOR THE BENEFIT OF The I^ire Laddies* COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS: TS Douglas DaroManheim A f Charts Ed B Miller Dick Glassford I) W Levan Pete Winn John Boland INVITATION COMMITTEE: C G Hubbard T S Douglas M J Franklin K B Miller 11 Barsanti Alf Charts Peter Winn Sam llafael T McMahon Cbas Pryor J W Ellyson Louis Brandt Peter Housser Dick Glassford Alex Kearnes FOroSstophan Ed Lmrentbal John Boland J 11 Michel Dare Manhcim RECEPTION COMMITTEE. (V’hite Rosettes. Ed Locronthal Sam Rafael CG Hubbard John Boland Louis Brandt DECORATING COMMITTEE. F McMahon Peter Housser J W Ellyson F Grosstopha n Charles Pryor FLOOR MANAGERS. Red Rosettes. Alf Charts M J Franklin DareManheim EB Miller FLOOR DIRECTOR. Blue Rosette. - - - T. S. Douglas. The MUSIC will be furnished by PROFESSOR FRANK RIEQELHUTH'S String Band, sonsistiag of Fire Pieces. The committee will spare no pains to make this party the social orent of the season. Tickets, admitting Ladios and Gentleman, FIVE DOLLARS, jalltd FINE JEWELRY! P. STELER WATCHMAKER —AND— J E W E L E R. Keeps constantly on hand a well-seloetod stock of fine diamonds, gold and ailrer watches and chains, fina JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, AND Clooks, And a good assortment of spectacles. Please call at his store, two doors below Meyers A Franklin’s, and exnmino his new stock of goods before purchasing clsewhoro. llis motto is QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS. All of tho above ho guarantees to be of the BEST QUALITY, and warranted as repro santed. N. B.—Special attention paid to watch* work. Watches repaired and cleaned and warranted for ono yoar. Now jewelry made to order, and jewelry neatly repaired. All orders from the country promptly at tended to. jaltf New Firm! New Goods! SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. F. A. MILLICH : : : : PROPRIETOR. I WILL KEEP A CONSTANT^^^tam,. supply of Frc»h California^^S^SS^ Prodeco, to arrive every train. Also Pish, I urkeys, Chickens, Fresh Oystors, llonoy in tLe comb. Hams, and agenoral assortment of FAMILY GROCERIES! Fresh from the importing houses of the East and Woat, two doors above the Parker House, Main street. dl7tf F. A. MILLICH. HIRAM JOHNSON,! Wholesale and Retail Dealer in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Provisions Z Butter and Egg* & Specialty. rhlrago Hama and Breakfast Bacon, sugar cured, always on band. awThroe doors north of Clark street, on Main street. apltf JUST RECEIVED -AT J. H. MICHEL’S, MAIN ST„ EUREKA. i First door above W. U. Stcwoll's Drug Store, A fresh stock of Stationery of all kinds. Cigars and Tobacco, Mcorschaum Pipes, Cutlery, Toys, And fanov goods of all kinds. i N. B.—A choice lot of ALBUMS for belt I day presents. d8tf