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wTmwm UxwiT *‘>™**) CASSIDY A DENNIS. cro. w. OASPIDY. TKKMS OK SEi^CnU'TION: si5 ^ On««*f^' Ji^fmontbs.1 by uinii--. « «j Onecop>»*■ ** _'riwnthH. by n.nil. 5 W I '•',i'> f"'~ T II iS eubeka i$q palisade 3FL.Kil1*0 ^ ^" HAS BEEN ConiFleted t0 Eureka* Ani tho Company it nnw ready to carry paa jengor, and freight over tho road With Regularity and Dispatch Train* vnll rua aa fulbn* until fartlior latieo; I’ancngcr Trains Utri Eureka daily at. 3:30 a. k. Arrir* at Pall*aJo ut.IO.Wa. m. .Making connection nith E«t and West Bound Trains of the Central Pacific Railroad. Itctiiriilag: jjanPaliraJs at. bOO r. u. ! Arrio4 tufokii at.10:30 r* H. . FreUkt ltd:! Accommodation Train: 1 igcar* Kir**kn <l;ii!jr at.,. 7:00 a m. .irfiwit ‘Mis» io at,. 3: >0 p. w. U*ri KnlisaUo daily at... 7 td a. a, jrrif* H fiuraki at.. k:% r. w. XI,Company will dolivar frairht tu Hamilton, rioche, Tybo, Reveille, Belmont, AND ALL POINTS SOI Til, BrkLi t«aa;«, with «ra and dispatch anil at tho low*«t ratu«. iiiTtf P. kUhllM-i ilfralAii^'t. EUREKA AND PALISADE TeLUGHAPH c olipany. 0 F F ) C 2ft WiUi F7a&*, Forgo & Co,, JJai.i street, ~,<r*kR. THE ONLY LINE tuiKtliig si ills the Kwirert At’.nu. list able, frill Eirogeta eiliss ac«i towns, and At* hist a*4 hauCc Tc'ograph. Fpr all points Nuiiad west «sr facilities for KAi'lD 'i'll A NAM I nlki but in Ilia world. !*■ I I I • ' • • ’:.v S. FRIEDMAN; PKU.r u |y FU3IIY GROCERIES, CRQCERY AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. f' N'SIWNTLY ON IIANW. A CHOICE Vl* of Family Groceries and Country Pl'-l’JL'ft. UJi -, if yo i want yy ;r husbands to love | wgtoto Friedman's for your grocorioi, a« f !l«following will n,j. ,r: ! ta! say net i love yo i. bwin^i tho mols.«so* Voa mirchaso i ut F rivdinun’s wa.< gclden r »n|eluir; *vrup, the m rir, thr.isHy in glasses, 1Tm cracker*, tho uiaek’rnl l know wore not 4'iur. Hctwbeit you ramo to me with Friedman's Idivked minion, Aoil jh >wed mo his samples of Limborger 1 . eWv-e, '' H ibi; hU claim to bochoup wus not gam* ; toon, I* yon, and said so. dear Jane, on my _iaJMf eureka foundry. "• c. Au rj is rs. s o z<r, 5 5 A.yiNti VliRaiASKt) 'I'll E PROPER. as the Kitr.-Kit Foundry. i.« Hoit «W4 to furnish milts. furnace.-, etc. £•*•>...r.£* of 4R Descriptions | also, Maehino Work. i..!f*^r,,Vir\i<,;r" fr?1?. Austin, Belmont, llumil .I'.aml ‘ solicited and tilled with UFA this foundry t riini ' nr i ‘ i’v""' ,,n t’,n '»o»t ron i nai le e-i to rt**M left at the foundry, or uddrosfr* h- „ L. 0. AN 1 >KKS(*N. *ill rmJijJv*1 *'oll,1dry. Eureka, Nevada, receivenroeiot eitnntion. • o'eOr.f JACOB B. LANGSTrlOFF, Merchant Tailor, “‘loorto International Hotel. Main atroet, l ine Nloek ol •ported French Broadclo'.hs, UocsEitta, Cassimores, rvtor Vcsiinrs, Eio., D -NKW VOV.lv, ON II AN 0. a net fit ., ,ur"1'11 ;> line suit ol dothoi., ami 1?‘l|,r is tSii°Siai1|U "' V'T l,"7 rush than any I cWt*U, tato, aao ftub b iMonaco not ox r J,WM BUSINESS ! ! fg* It. *1 I Sl’ Ki t 1MVKJy A a - Mid. 1 ’"n J,vr’lv, f,,r ■ &V’X •'U,vi ‘iv,! r,"^r'"d -... -v*-, I'lulii ; 1 MJ I;,I.) u AHK, Cake in,,.),' •. • * icklo ttnvi liuttor l)i*liccj : hr lungH, otvj. ^ICK M - *3 S7ALI PROFITS p '.ND JEWELRY " rl ,,l:< ‘nil « manner, and‘all FRANK IHiilki.ii, t <t.l it rOLTTICAL. I DEKOCItATIC COUNTY CON VENTION. 'PIIE DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CEN X trnl Committee « f Eureka county, Ne vada. at a meeting h«*ld in Eureka, on tho evening of AMgiist lS7b, Hr? oivfMi, That a County Convention of tho Democratic party for Eureka county, Xev„ for the purpose of nominating candidates for State and county officers, to be elected at tbo gon« ral el .-tion of November, J^7.», bu hold in the town of Eureka, in the Court-house, on i'hiirs lny, the 28th eS::y of Neptein her, lb7(J, /it 11 o'clock, A. 91. Resolved, Tint the primary elections in tho several precincts be hold on Siitiiniay, .September Iti, lb70. The committee made an apportionment of dolegutes from the following precincts, vix: Delegates. Eureka, precinct No. 1. r» Eureka, precinct No. 2.19 Mat a moi its. 1 At a .. 1 linnilm g.. 1 Eisb <’r g. 1 Einto Mill.. I Vandci b • i t. 2 Spring Valiev.. I I;uby Hill, propur. S Cortez. 2 R'owawi*. 1 l'ali da. t I»o".°i»'s Ranch—Devil's (into. 2 Robert's Creek. 1 Widow Creek. 1 Rub.- Hill—Richmond. 4 El-nsant Vallay. 2 ^cott's Ranch. 1 Total... -.63 It wus resolved, that, at the different poll ing places, on the day of the primary election, thr citi/ ns should organ /*» unci a .point I that the polling place*, in the populous precinct*, be kept op from 19 o'clock a. w, until 7 i*. m. R> -olved, That the tc.tat th“ primaries bA, *' M ill you support Tilde n and Hendricks in the c -miug campaign?” A. RiEDH.«, J. C. LOCKWOOD, Secretary. Chairman. nu*td fornruj..] |>?tf)p(is::i) \MK.N DM FAT AND KKVIS L ion of tho ronsti ution of tho State of vova la, paused at tiio sovcnth session of the Legirlnturo: it* M»iv«» j, by tho Amiably, the Senate con e rr n •, t.hul tli Constitution of the State of Nevada bo noun lid us follow?: Amend ? otien one of Article IX. of the C'.n-titufio'i j.f thu State of Nevada, .:u as to rend ns fol w -; SeCiiir. I, The f cal y sir ?hflll commence 'r.:- >::-t day oi I><*.•«*»■jher in each year. I »■« d Junitary If), ’fc7'». d, by the * ^sonibly, the Senate con curring, that our history, a- a State, has laugh’, i e lha n -e.} of revising tho Con stitution: wuthen-:ore rccommerd tho el ve to' *. nt the fioxt election i« i members of tho 1 egrlature, to vote >r or against tho calling <d atJonremiunf r th • purpo? * of revising th • o: -tit ition of t" t < o os Nevada. Passed February 15, lw. I hereby certify the foregoing to he true eopi rom thu original enrolled resolutions on do in »y office. (i.S.I Witiu* * my hand and tho Great Seal of too Stut.*. August 1, 1*7*1. *i • i• , d 1 Vil . < > r.. S« • of State. V~j 0 U * AM JOHNSON, | Whoh Go and Retail Dealer in STAPLE AND FANCY C; iiOCEIUEH ^ rovislono ".utter and F~£o a Specialty. 1 linin' nml Ureal.!;;*.! Uacod, »«ear cured, always on hand. r^TIme doors north of Clark ptr.'ot, on y(ain atroot. anltf HEMtY KIND, AVholo ule and retail dealer in LiQcurte, w uzzz a:;d cicaes, »u Main street, opposite l'icnoor Restaurant. XTAYINO dl’ST RETURNED J« !:<‘M Louisville, KcntucUy, nml Sin Frun ci*co, Cali orma, and tnmlu arrangement* for regular shipments of good* in n»v lino of him in I am prepared to outbid ull opposition lor quality and pi let Give mo n call ami find out tho TRUTH of the above abortions for yourselves. miStf 11. KIND. PIONEER Barber Shop & Bath House, First door north of tho Pioneer Restaurant, North Miu" street, Eureka. frHK UNDEl^MNEiH HA VINA KF 1 cently oponou tho abc vo establi f,merit offers .hia professional services to u!l who iltwjro a first-class i ?i> iognon.ical 11A1K CFT, or an ecstatic Sll A \ I . * Hair Cutting, U) cents. Shampooing* bO cents. p} Connected with tin catab* * <«>„ '“7 ^ lieIiu)ont are several nejit and V " I- ent Hath boom*, where ' ; ' ■ »•» must <:■ ir ible Hot or Cold Hath.' < an In* hud lit all timer. EATZZio, 75 C^NTS. A share »f t» it»lic pm r*»; n ro is *olicit“d. JAM :.S .»i. .V. AU)Ol)Y. Prop’r.*., .. i STAYED CA STOLEN. ON OR Alibi T Til 10 I II'- .> teonth day of November. 1 vy-s i rotti I‘avis* rmi li, in PI • ’ r t J ,•> y' \ alley.One HI, U u M -v »• Ml HE, / ]' and one 1,1(111 f I»Ub»\\ .S Ml HK, same •bight call it a bay. I he black mule is branded on th * I oft hip with a figure I a h mule should be branded with tho letter l>t peihaos so dim that if cannot be seen. Said mules wcinh a bout l.IOO pouuds each. I will pun the above reward to a v oin who will deliver tho mule* i»r. my place in EurnUa. * W. Ji. HAlvKUH. Jd-tf_ STATE A .'ID COUNTY TAXES. A 1-1. I’ROHKHTY, ltl'U, AND HElt. i *. •onal, t* iuhv ililo |(,r nml i_"unty pin- m■ . . I’rorni ty lioiiloiv iiil cou fur n tuvor by i :iliiii.r tit tbo A.-..osier's oliii', no'l Eiviuir In tlu-ir mi . ">M 1.0. l»OU ill,' .-mtyAt ■ MISCELL A NEC US. Wki. hTcLARK; KEEPS EVERYTHING ! .AT TIIE CORNER OF MAIN AND CLARK STREETS' E I T II E K A , NEVADA. 8«• AGENT FOR DUPONT AND GIANT POWDER. WM. II. CLARK. Eureka, Aj>ril C, 117(1. npStf BUEL . ..I UREKA. NBV Oilier In tSae Rvi«*Jk Bulging. T WOULD RESPECT HILLY ANNOUNCE 1 tliai t am prepared t«* buy. Full end roort ;:i *e real mile in ii-ircka, and also advance nion >y on good security. Ho’ism to re nt suitable for businesior for families. I u ■ aUo prepared to do a general contract [: g busii efs. 1 will s-il» continue civ wholesalo liquor cf ta b! i ■ h mon t. V LANK Ali A D1E. tnrUJ-tf —K 11! ? D V rrrn \ Li \j Lllk i, IL L J fD'f AND S^Jo CBt^Tokio. C.C. CAT.! KTITRU. H. UISHOr. DX-.30P CAXIPFBTTC:*. oomi MAIN STREET. NEARLY OPPO O hro tho Ti ! nor lionne. Eureka. \Vc have ' i 8 nun • . I . t turn outs and *i L*t ot fine sudd I -horse?, and n-c prepared to furnish CARRIAGES, Pl'GGIES »;;d SADPLE-IIORSES at reasonable r8te«. ii »r>*-s boarded by the day, w ek, or month. 11 aand Earley or sale. By fair-dealing, good stock, and strict at tention to business, we hoi>e to secure a fair s >are of patronage. ap7tf TOIL SALE, ♦ \n. one r:io;-i”TV in tybo, A\ Nevada, the most fl • r >hing camp ii Eastern Nevada, consisting of an A No. I Doarclinfj-Hoasa With a run of 1'.0 rteadv h'yr.h'r-i; kitchen utul cellar, aim u compf t> outfit of di'ii •* and couain^ utensils, Lunnoctcd with th ■ house arc Pro riom-', a!! furnished tor lodginu, Caum . P sal*—failure of tho health of tho •■if 'ot tho i'.vn*r of too ulinvu proj - erty, which ho uli'.-r. fur salout Reasonable Terms for Cash. I'it particular! inquire of or nflress the lor. i . .•■vllfltn Tv bo. Nuv. S3A AZTB L’2Y::C. A Mixed Chinese Advertisement. OH. n M WINti, THE CELEBRATED < hiue-'o Physician, takes thi« method of informing tho public that ho has located in Kiir-ki». lla treats successfully all discuses to which tho il \«h is heir. OlVnr j at .''in Sum Kee’i store, in Chinatown. All of tho choic -t brands of Chinese Tons are also to bo found at the well.stocked store of Sin Sam Koo. Prices lower than any other establishment in town. jyl »tf 5. S. TKOWBRliNiE & 10., -DEALERS IN— GENERAL MERCHANDISE, GROCE ft 3 E S , Mining Supplies, Gents’ Furnish ing Goods, Etc. into, mi; COINIV, SEVADl _ntil*tf ___ __ _ Privnt ;' i School I 4 PRIVATE SCHOOL MILL HI. A open "I by MRS. UK 17.EL . n JKoaday, the £lllt luvtaut. Fortha present the nehool will bo held in tli > vc«try*room of fc?t. James' episcopal t h u roll. Tonus: For children «•». tuced beyond the Third Itoador uml including French), per vr o o k,v.! • • »o» Forclnldn . ■ ’ advanced,por nek, 1,50. tt|i2i-Fo __ 7 Y ?\ 3 n w 1 Vj Cn j vx a 4 sa: v,v; uait and fixtukka, at J.\ ». re&Minaide pro*'. For particulars, appi* T t'. O lb)01uS d.lLOW Til K . -v r III: kSOFFKb. au'iv-tf SOCIETIES. Eureka Ledge,No. 16,M A. M. /K The Stated Communications of Eu* JZ:^;,\vroka Lodfro, No. P> F. & A. M., will h« vl j.i .'.•ii-f-mc Hall, on every v , Sa.MiJ.iy on or preceding tho full moon in co*h month. Called Cpaiuanications every Saturday Evening. Members of ?ister lodge?, and sojourning brethren in good standing, are cordially in vi ted to attend. JOHN GILLESPIE, W. M. II. Johnson. Secretary. 15-jal‘i St. John's Chapter, £-Je. 5, Itoyal Arch Ivlasonz. THE STATED COM Ml* MICA L HONS of St. John's Chapter, No. e* h. A. M., will bo held in MA I SONIC HALL, on tho Second and Fourt h IV1*: DN ES DAY EV ENIN (iS of each month, Called Communication* tn all other VV’ednosday evenings. All Loyal Arch Masons in good standing are cordially invited to attend. , , T>. E. DAILY, U.P. *V. l\ krmutr. Secretary. myl4 M. of P. BEATin< LOEIOE, Xo. 7. 3i. of C\, hold* regular conventions tho seoond and fourth FRIDAY EVENING of each month, j nt 7:' 0 o’clock, ; harp, at itsCnstlo Hall, in <>dd Fellow’s Hall. All sojourning mem bers in good standing aro cordially invited to attend. W. H. DAVENPORT, C. C. E. R. Done*, K. of it. ar.d S. Evreka, N ov., July. 20, 187#. SC-tf z. o. o TOUUEKA LODGE. »0. S3. ..... i ‘ moot* Every lliUBtiDAl C.. v LVKMXG, IN CBS) FBI,LOWS’ HALL. At 8 o'clock p. m. All members in good standing are cordially invited to attend. 1 Lambert Molinm.IjI, Secretary. 10-j.vL'0 m C Et mL-.jJm. U 'VUE A. 0. H. nic»t every first and third Jl SA'i’C Kl) \Y EVENING of each month, it 8 o‘ocloc!:, .it the corner of Clark and Monroe streets, until further notice. YU< I1ALEY, i'Txsi'ert. P, F. SspisANR. *v- r arv. au7 I .It Cbanty Dot, 1.0.0.F. rpiIE FtKGMMAR MKKTINGS OF THE JL Kehekat Charity hegrM UkJm, 1,0* 0. F'., will bo belli i i rhy Odd Fellows Hall, on tho Gist mil ti.ird FitlllAYis oi" each month, at 7L o’eh’iT m. V. . ii. DAVENTOIIT, >T. G. 1>*K. X 'TIT *,\, F v’y. k-tf LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, NO. Kl. 'PHK l’K.V, I,All MF.ETINCi8 OF THIS Jl Soci. tv take place <11 the fir t ami third Mondays «>f each di ’nth, in Odd Fellows.’ liail,«: 7: .0 o’clock fharn. All brethren in good standing »: r * invit* d to attend. .•It *SUl A Tl.MJNGLY, W. M. A. G. McKi 'eik, .Secretary. au4-tf Anti-Chinese Club of Eureka \ I MKTS AT T1IM COCRT-IHiVSK THE ii I second nr; i fourth FATMlllfAYF ol each month at 8 o’clock r. n. o. H. Mil,LEE, President, (iro. W. Trackr- , Fe rotary. jcLLtf Li L L, L» Go. h i ft ATTENTION, COMPANY! ft ii rc I) EGV MAR MMIM ING FOR DlllML EY il MKY iUUitFiMY BVliM.NU. at 7 o’clock sharp. myi-tf L. R. Ktf LEY. Captain. Distriot Court Summons. Za t!«e I>t*(rfol 4'onrt «f (he 8lx(h Juilicial l)K(ri: (, la iiir.! for Eureka comity, Mate of Aevmia. f|MlK STATE OF NEVADA SENDS 1 ^ greeting to J. W. Ellyson, cS. Bertrand and W. il. Merrinm. Vo i are hereby required to appoar in an action commenced again.*? \ou us d< fendnut by 'I horens U otbered »;s plaintiff, in lie Dis trict Court of tuc Hath Judicial District, in and 1 r the county o* tfiurcka, State of JSeve da, at th * twvvn ui Korol; i, and answer the • >nn»!ni! t therein, which i- on lilo with tho Clerk of said Court, within ten days after the service on yon «-t thi* summons (.exclusive of the day of service), if served in said county, or twenty dav- if served out of said county but within this district. and in all other case's forty nays; or judgment by default will bo taken against you, according to tho pr »yer of said comp Hint. The said at ion is br> . cht to recover judg ment against yout the said defendants, for the recovery of tho sum of >. L’l nt) in 1 . S, gold coin, being tho sum of :ilV| : • for goods, wares and merchandise, and labor furnished to you by plaintiff at your request in the year* 1*71 and W>; also for goud< sold to you by W. 11. dork t<> the amount of s'lb in gold coin; a Do for good* sold *•> you by ii. F. >1 • Kwen to iheamountoi £48in l S. gold coin: also lor labor and service performed for you at your miu ’*t by John T. CaltuU to tho amount of £'.V8 in gold coin; and also for la bor and service performed for you year requt st by Win. S niili; ail of said goods and lvbor ww 1 e furnished in the years 1 f 1875 and 1*7 h and the accounts of which have been duly sold and assigned to plaintiff. And >ou are hereby notified, that if you fail to appear'and answer the si.id complaint as above required the said plaintiff will 1 >.k" judgment against yon for the sum of ' -l *jO in l . S. gold coin and costs of lit. [L. S.j In t-stim1 nv wh -r • f, I. K. 11. Har mon, have hereunto s t it 1 Tend and af fixed the ssiil of said Court this 1st day of Ai g.11, A. D. 187 i. F, !i. I! v. UMuN, Clerk 1 >Dtriet.Courl,Six h Judicial District, 1, 1 r. i a county, N eVad 1, John f. iPvKKR, Attorney for plaintiff. au-'-F-ivS'n POLL TPAJt* A POLL TAX OF iul'R DOLLARS IS now duo the State, for the year l.S7'.i, by euob mule inhabitant over tho ago of twenty-0110 and under sixty years, l’loasu call at tho As sessor's uilico and fettle. J. C. POWDLL, County Assessor. | Ill'll. (A, Nov., April St. l>Tii. a pat 3F* . IjOE WY I > II. ;s TO lNKOUM 1IIS .15 friends that ho has bought the n 1 (icy of J. 11. MICHAEL for all tho t.. stern I’m per*, l'criodh nh, Mngu »iu<*s and Fadilosi SD-oSas, And in prop’ircd to doll * r *h uto his sub* s libers at their place of 1 >• ' .t r It H K Oi C’ - - il ii E J OFFICE, »tr ' L V. < ; . F n uni tit's £hop, 1 Mail, street. MISCMLLA NJSOUS. For Salo* A GRA'ID OPPORTUNITY! rplIE PUBLIC CAN PURCHASE FOR I CASH, or approved paper, the following described property: Thirty No. 1 Work Horses and Mules; Quartz, Wood and Coal Wagons; Harness Strech ers, Etc., Etc.; r xtrrjit f Complete, if De sired; FIVE THOUSAND GOOD SECOND HAND BARLEY SACKS] ONE CART AND HARNESS; A!*o my Dwelling House, Sltuato at the head of Spring street, containing six rooms and a hall; also the property at tho foat of Bnol street, known as the Daris property, consisting of a large Adobe House, con taining fifteen rooms, in excellent repair, suitable for a hotel or lodg ing-house. And the large stables adjoining, with a ca pacity of stabling one hundred head of animals, with a coral attaehod; —also— <> X E IltOI FRAME PIANO In perfect order, ef the eelebrated Mathu ahek make. All of the above described property I will sell at a bargain. jS-tf W. B. HARRUB. JTUC21 RSCSXVED —Al da H. MICHEL’S, MAIJf ST., EUREKA, I'irst door above W. IT. StcwoU’s Drug Store, A fresh stock of Stationery of all kinds, Cigars and Tobacco, Meerschaum Pipe,, Cutlery, Toy,, And fancy goods of all kinds. N. H.—A choice lot of ALBUMS for holi day rrosonts. dHtf THE fiEW STORE. USES. K. 4. ASIIIR1. —%'■ Corner of Buel and Batenaon street", Karat a. JUST ARRIVED-A VTA f? OX-LOAD OF Contanninl Fourth of July roods, consist ing of flags and ora blows of all aeswrij tions. 1 have a lot of LADIKS4 IXDIRWJEAR, which 1 will sell below coeU Vegetable*, Fresh from the gardens of California, arrive on every train.. jc*7-tf MRS. M. A. ASHIM. 1>AVII') LUNDBOM 4SS4YEH. Ofllce: KaPistri ef, opposite tlie Plo> urn tfoftt mi rani. ^Accurate assays guaranteed. A SMALL ADVANCE FROM MY FOR x\ MKR very low rates will be charged in ih© future, though fees will still be kept reasonable ns possible. Strangers are required to pay in advance. Furek h. August 2'2% 1878. au2S»tf W. P. HASKELL & Co., UNDERTAKERS. \\rlLli KEEP OX HAND AN ASSOKT i « mont of Xciewoed Caskets of Every Style, Co KVa Trimmings, Etc. »* *•?” Fnnerals attended to with promptness nd all the arrangements made with care ami tiontion. Throe doors north of Paxton Jr 'o's Funk. Vain street Eureka. oihlS WESTEFSN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY. TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS. (’ll I' COMPANY IS PREPARED TO 1 t .iismit rummy by telegraph to nl| infs on tho Pacific* Coa?t. and to all princi pal cities and towns thlr mghput tho V 'tod ^ ate?. For terms, apply to Local Agents. jefWtf T. DETTER 'PARKS THIS MKTIIODOK INFORMING 1 tho public that, bo has opened the finest BATHING & SHAVING SALOON In Kuroka, in tho building known as the Sil ver Brick, on North Main street. Private entrance for ladies on Bael street. My patrons are assured that no pains will he spared for their ueommodation and com fort. jelo-tf NOTICE. 'V’OTIfK IS HEREBY GIVEN* THAT MR. _ N R. roll KN, of San Francisco, has been admitted as a partner in my business, his connection dating from and after August 1, 1870. I he firm name will be, from that date. N. S. Trowbridge & Co. N.S. TROW UR IDG E. Tybo, July 28, 1S70. jy30-lm NOTICE. INTENDING TO CLOSE OFT MY BU8I I ness’on Align'd l<t, I shall expect niv cus I itimers t<» make f ill payments of ull accounts duo me. immediately thereafter. All bills ag&iusi mo will be paid upon pro se it tion- \.S. TROW UR IDG K iVbo, .Nov.. July 3*. 1*70. tytt'Llm HOTELS, ETC. TURNER MOUSE. MAIN STREET.EUREKA, NEV." riMIIS HOUSE HAS BEEN REFITTEI* A throughout, containing a large number of COMMODIOUS and ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS, Suitable for families or single goptlemen. liar and Billiard room, with a fine as sortment of LIQURS and CIGARS. Attached thereto is a Flnt.riass BM* tan rant, under the control of MRS. JOHIt A. STEELE, where patrons can be furnished with all the delicacies of the soason. aulj'f V. J. TURNER, Proprietor. MOCH’S. T WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM MY* A friends in Eureka and Ruby Hill, and thg public in general, that I hare leafed tha Parker House Restaurant, And will conduct the tamo As a First-Class Bating-honsrf Hoping to receive a share of patronage, and assuring mv friends and the public that I will do all in my power to please. MRS. JNO.A.MOCH. Piocho Daily Rocord copy, fe23-lnl ‘Hurrah for the Railroad! BILLY GILLEN TO THE FRONT; Board, $7 a Week) Single Meals; 37 1-2 Cents. Silver Crick Hotel, South Main street. Eureka. On and after November. 1, 1875, the above prices wi i.bo charged at the Silver Brick, o^tf \VM. GILLEN. Proprietor. The Pioneer Restaurant, Jpposite J. S. Whitton*8 Stone Store, Main Street, Eureka. oxo. p. z.vsn>GRBxr WILL BE PLEASED TO SEE ALL HIS old friends at his house at any time.' \t tho PIOMiKB they will find She Sables Supplied vith nil the deiieAcies that can be obtained; md tho l'ionoei shall bo as well kept as any Uestaurant. in Eureka. Giro mo a call and ace how entirely you will be suited. jel7 J. L. HIHCKLF.Y. J. H. LOCKWOOD PARKER HOUSE, IUUEKA, NEV. Hinckley & Lockwood, Proprietor*. rpjIE ROOMS AKK SPACIOUS AND JL supplied with Spring Beds throughout. THE UAK Is furnished with the finoil LIqtiors and Cigars that can be purchased. A rirst-clusn Kcklimrsut On the First Floor. The Palisade, Hamilton, Austin, Tybe and Belmont S.uges, all stop ut this House, jlt-nlt SAZERAC CHOP STAND. Wm. Walker and Jaa. Giacomella/ PR0PKIET0R8. PIIE PROPRIETORS OF THE 1 abeve-namad stund have leased it with tho determination of mak ng it the most popular eating place n the town. Every delicacy that can he pro ;ured in the market will bo found there, and icrved in the most approved style.! F R E S II FISll Woneror in the market, A share of the public patronage is respect* ully solicited. jy27tf San Jose Savings Bank, SISH 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. OJSPOSIT RECEIPTS ISSUED. BEAR ing interest FROM DATE Or DEPOS IT »t SIX PER CENT., payable on demand; EIU1IT PER ( EXT., payable in six months, ind NINE i»or cent, payable in twelve nonths. Receipts are preferable to pass books, be-' •ansa the interest is paid promptly at the ml of six months from date of each deposit, boy may also be transferred by indorsement, ind principal with interest will be puid to bolder. Pass books issued, if desired, and same rate >f interest allowed. Deposits from tho interior, or from any part i>r the United States or Europe, may be sent by express, or by exchange on San Francisco ;r No v York, in gold or currency. Parties remitting will state the time for which the depnsit i? to be made, and a Deposit Receipt i»r Pars Hook—a3 preferred-will be promptly l et ft mod. Remittances in. Currency Exchange will be credited in gold at current rate. JOHN H. MOORE, li. II. KKYNOLDSirtf mh7-ly President. Cash, RUBY HILL WATER WORKS. Capacity of Tanka 400,000 Gallon* ALL NOW FULL. WATER WILL RE FI RNISIIKD IN Hr by llill, in nny desired quantities, at all seaso. s of tho year, at a uniform rate and lower than cr lie furnished from any other •ourco. Water delivered twice daily to prf> vate f milits, minors’ cabins, saloon*, etc. rickets ranging from Rlq to do cents apioco will l e sold at the office of tho eomjiany on Ruby llill. W.B. IIARRUB Proprietor. ISV* tf MirCiNC TAX. Notice is uekkry riven that' the taxes on tho proceeds of the mines of Eureka county far tho quarter ending Jmo- U, 1S7H, arc row due and payable at my office, and tint the law with roea d to the collection of the same will be strictly ea~' forced. .7. C. POWKI.L. Assessor of .thireKw 'em it?: Hiuoaa, Nov., Aug. li.lt'd.