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eureka daily SEN-Tiaa.
romtioisi’ kv«nr (i-x« i:i t h-.siut)
—Mr—
(fABSJDY * DENNIS.
, hr h. B*NXIS. _ »FO. V. CABSIDYi
T UK MS OK SI ItSOF’. Il’TMiN:
0M«P*.nno year, by mail....fl5 00
Onocopy. *i* months, by rauil..... « J
n..«inv throe months, by mm!. 5 (X)
v".mloOTVlonvnr.lod until pan! for.
-~ si >(■!.)■ TIES.
EursKa Lodge,Wo. I6,F. & A. fVJ.
. tv« Stated Communications of Flu
dVa rcVs l/dge, No. ID, K. A A. M., will
i '4'’X be liuid in Masonic Hall, on every
\y Saturday on or preceding the full
m in'earh omnth- _ . .
i .lid Uouit-Jnatation* ovory Saturday
1 V/crobrrs of rlster lodges, and sojourning
tfWhrwi in good standing, uro cordially in
T,ted to attend.^,1^ 0I Ksl>IE \y. M.
II. Jokxsojj, Secretary. I *-jal2
St. John’* Chapter, Nt. 5, Royal Arch
Masons.
rpHK STATED CO MM R NIC A
I TfONS ofSt. John*? Chapter, No. t '
. A. >1.. will l*e hold in MA- •7.'^ ’
^ONIC HADE, on tho Second and (WJBSfc-*
fourth W EDNKSDAY EVENINGS of each
ownth. Called, Communications on all other 1
Wedno-day evening?.
All Koval Arch Mnvorjf in s«9d standing 1
are eoruiully invited to attond.
D. E. DAILY. M. P. j
W. WvRMiiTU* Secretary. myI4
Ik. of 8*.
BukTii if i.onui:. si«. :, it. on*.,!
hold? it? regular conventions on every
ililDAY EVENING of each month,
«t 7: t> o’clock, sharp, at its ('antic llall, in j
odd E'dlow’** Hall. A11 sojourning mem
bers in good atardirg are cordi«;i!y tavitod |
to attend. .
\Y. II. DAVENPORT. P. C.
E. P.. TK. <>t K. and >.
Kvrekn. Nev., July. CO, 1ST<*. 2T.tf j
X. O. O. FV
lMT.KKA I.OIMJE. NO. 22,
s', inceu fiyery iliV KbDAY a
kyemno.
;n odd rr.Li.ou’S’ hall.
At 8 o'clock r. M. All inonihors in (tood
Handing are cordially invited to uttond.
TIHW. LASI’BVKK, N.O.
I.iMKMtT Moli>m.li, j-ccretary. 10-jyJ)
O. EL
ri'HEA.o. i*. moot every fir• t and third
I SAll Kl) 1 V KVKMNti of rich month,
a oyckrtk, at ill • t'ornur of Clark ami
Mouroe etieots. until further notice.
T lit AS. II ALKY, President,
p, F. *rM*r., frocrctary. au7
LOYAL CHANGE LODGE. NO. 1*L
rj’JlK HK.1l I.A 1C MKKIIM.S < l THIS
X .Society take plu'*o on the fir«t nml third
M'lfidHy* of -;irh month, in iKIil Knllo**'
\, 1 h' 7: o o'clock jharn. All brethren in
fMw itnmliotf are invited to attend.
.l'->ill A 1 l.NCaNULY, W. M.
A. (». Mi Ki .m'.i*;. S cretary. aut>if
T. J. BELL’S
STAGS UZBTCES
-To
TYEO AMD BELMONT!
STAGES LEAVE
I'.uroku Kierjr i omili Imy, a 7:30
O'rldHk A. W.
Office at Well?, largo *fc Co’a office Good
reaches and fino stock. He'Jjel?
srr A 2*: J ^ I N is |
DEIW E2N
AUSTir* AlffiD EUR23KA.
fiONNKITING o.\ i>l» /WTKE MOX
V. DAY. JHA '*!. 1«7»;. at
rrhe W'illoNVK
wrrn stonbbaugers stage link
For 1 Selmont •
Stayo« learo Kureka on Monday, Wednes
day and Friday morning?, at d o’clock.
Mage? leave Austin Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday morning, at fl o’clock.
uiri'u? eiig^r? by ttiis 1 in** will !>• furnish
ed excellorf nunils a *ne Willows Station, ]
ivhero uiu)»lo time will bo gitan tor dinner ]
each way. J. A. WILSUN, I’rojMicier.
Office at the Darker House, Eureka.
iyiWtf J. I*. Uincki.ky. Agent, j
E! ir EK A ,
HAMILTON and IMW'ilK
STAGE LINE.
Ullnu'r «1 hulUbiir), Proprietor’*.
/ lONXKCTIXO WITH THU HUH EK A
and Puli-ado Railroad.
Uf*avoie Eureka for Hamilton every morning
at 7 o’clock.
leaves Hamilton for Pioehe every ultornate
<la>* feundayi included.
Uaves Hamilton for Eureka every day.
l-rave* Pioehe* for Hamilton and Huroka
' V«rv aiturnutu day, at H a. m,, Sundays in
eluded.
Tarrying V. S. Mail and Well*, Fargo X Co’*
Lx proas.
lino American horses and now Concord
,coaches.
OHico at Wtlli, Fargo A Co’s. mrl.Vtf
Dissolution of Copartnersliip.
'I’lll. Cl *1* A KTN RUSH ||i IIKKKTUFOKR
i7„. £xI-t,nri h<\tW01,n the undersigned in the
itvhoriiii. business in thn town of Bureau,
ndor the firm name of Bailey A Benedict, is
hereby dissolved by mutual conaent.
•■eorgo Hatley isalone autburi/od to collect
ami receipt for alUccnunt, ... trln Hrul
rill puj all outstanding del,is ugalnst (ho
1- ". BKX Kille r,
Korean, IVt. Vlili, 1 -V,l ' *’AJ
W.P, HASKELL&Co.,
UNDERTAKERS.
VVIU‘ KKK1* on hand AN ABSSHT.
’ » Biont of
Rosewood Caskets of Every Siylo,
Collin Trimmings, Etc.
^Funerals attended to with promptness
nuaii the arrangements made with care and
',,!ro" doors north of 1’axton A
'* » Bank, Main street Eureka. tflhlS
M ISC 'El I, A NF.O VS.
rv ii i:
EUREKA AND PALISADE
JFfc. ailroad!
HAS I1EENJ
Completed to Eureka,
And the Company is r.ow ready to .carry pas
sengers and freight over the ro id
With Regularity and Dispatch
Train® will run as follow# until further
notice:
PasKcuger Tritin*
!*eavo Eurck i daily at. 3:30 a. m.
Arrive at Palisade at..10:00 a. >i.
Making connection with
East and West Bound Trains of the
Central Pacific Railroad.
Ite l«i ruing:
Leave Palisade at. 4:00 p. m.
Arrive at Eureka at.10:30 r-n.
I'rciffht nn<l Accommodal ion Train:
•joave Eureka daily nt... 7:00 a m.
Arrive at !J*»lisa<i«> at. 3:50 p. >t.
Leave Palisade daily at... 7:4» a. m.
Arrive at Eureka ut. r. a.
The Company will deliver froight to
Hamilton,
Pioche,
Tybo,
Reveille,
Belmont,
and all Points south.
By its team*, w ith cnrc and di-patch and at
th« lowest rate*.
ni.7tf I*. 1)1 DIM'N, Ueueral Knp’t.
EUREKA AND PALISADE
TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
OFFICE
With Wclli, Fargo tt Co ,
Main street. Eureka.
THE ONLY LINE
{'on ii ref I ii £ with Itie lllreet Aflnu
lie Cable,
For all European cities and town?, and At
lantic and 1’aciftoTelegraph. For all points
east and a sst our fncilitio. for
It A PI D TRANSMISSION
are the host in the world.
nt£7tf 1’. EVERTS. General Sup’t.
JOH* A. I’aXTOR, A I. MR A. CURTIS, H. MUI.LKR
PAXTON & CO.,
33 j!\. jST IX. K II S .
ECKEKA, NEVADA,
IAKAW AT SIGHT, IN SUMS TO SUIT
Anglo-Californian Punk.s«»n Francisco
Anglo-Culifornian Rank.London
J. A \\ . Sol ig man A Co. Now York
#
Docker <fc Jovwtt.Marysville
White A McCoraick.Salt Lake City
Diacount Commercial paper, aMuke Collec
tion*, Receive Deposit* in Coin or Currency
on open a count. Certificate, or Special De
posit, and transact
MlXI.Mi STOCK DOLQilT AND SOLD
ON COMMISSION.
mhll
d. n. iiMivrisi ol co.
ltAN KIMtS.
In Hip lliil I'.xgirPH* RuiliUun,
Main Street, Kursk*,
j )RA\VS AT SIGHT ON
SAN FRANCISCO,
NEW TORS
LONDON,
And all principal cities In tho l nitod States
and Europe.
Discount commercial paper.
Receive deposits in Coin or Currency on
open account: Certificates or Special Deposits,
and will transact a
(•caicrni Ituiili i ng HiimIii****.
Eons exp rience in tho
Coiled itai; l>o|tnrt men I
Cf w tils, Fargo .V Co., justifies us in an
nouncing that we will make
( olIcctloiiN from tbrenil a Spcriall.v
ROBY HILL WATER WORKS.
Capacity of Tanks 400.000 Gallons
ALL NOW FULL.
\\rATEh WILL BE FURNISHED IN
M Ur by llill, in any desired quantities, at
all seaso. s of (ho year, at a uniforu rate and
lover than can bo furnished from nr.y other
source. Water delivered twice dally to pri
vate families, miners’ cabins, saloons, o*c.
Tickets ranging from o', to fa) cents apiece
a ill l o sold at tho oliico of tho company on
Ruby llill.
W. R. HAREUB Proprietor.
T. W. l’KAKSON, Superintendent.
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY.
' IMIK UNDERSIONED WOULD RE
1 spectt'ully announce that ho bus been ai»
pointod agent for tho
Principal American and Foreign
Fire Insurance Companies,
And is now prepared to take insurance in
Eurakn und Ruby llill.
Business promptly attended to.
BEN.I. C. LEW.
Agency nt the oliico of W. B. llam.b, South
Spring street, near Richmond furnuco.
jybtf
POLITICAL.
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
TOU PRESIDENT,
SAMUEL J.TKLDEM,
1
OF NEW YORK.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT.
Thomas A. Hendricks
OF INDIANA.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS:
j. c. ci nun:,...storey
*:. isi.Kv>'i:n11 akmetr. ...nawbaidi
J. C. 1IAOEU1IAN,.IVaxllOP
MEMRER OF CONGRESS,
A . c. mis,
OF 0K.M3BVJ
J l'DG E SCPREM E COU RT,
IVI. 2EXR.KPATRXCK,
OF STOREY.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
SOU SENATOR—LONG TKRM,
GEORGE W. CASSIDY.
FOR 8KNATOM- SHORT TIRM,
GEORGE W. BAKER.
KOR AS.SRMBl.TMrN.
0. E. Baily, D. J. J.McLaughlin
M. G. Cavanaugh, Thos. Laspcyre.
Shoriff.K. DEWITT
County Clink.K. 11. HARMON
Treasurer.RICHARD RYLAND
Vtse «or.J. C. POWELI.
ler.BEK. C. LEVY
District Attorney.GEO. TV. MERRILL
County Surveyor.TV. A. EDWARDS
Public Adiuinirt’r..LAMBERTNloLIN ELLI
Supt. Publio Instruction.A. E. KAYE
County Coramis’r—Long Term.J. LEVIN
County Contis’r—ShortTorm...JOS. OBEREK
Justice of the Peace.K. M. BEATTY
Constable.CHAS. M. PRYOR
jJOSEPH TYIXZEL
School Trustee*. -! A. tV. CAMPBELL
j A. E. TITUS
S. FRIEDMAN,
DKA'LKR im
FAMILY GROCERIES, GROCERY AND
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
/CONSTANTLY ON HAND, A CHOICE
\ I t of Family Groceries and Country
Produce.
Cadi s if you want your husband* to love
you, go to Friedman's for your grocerios, as
tbo following will show:
On! say not l love you, heenuse the molasses
You purchased at Friedman's was gtldon
and clear;
Tho syrup, the sugar, tho jelly in glassos,
The crackers, tho uiack’rel 1 know were not
dour.
Hut when you came to mo with Friedman's
smoked salmon.
And showed me his s&mplos of Limborger
i h
I folt that his claim to bo cheat* was not gam*
mon,
1 loved you, and said so. dear Jane, on my
knees. iftUHtf
STATE UNIVERSITY,
22 Zi 21 O NEVADA,
Preparatory Department.
riMIE FIRST TERM OF THIS SCHOOL
1 will begin September 41h. Mule and fe
male pupils prepared for college, or advanced
further and instructed in the collegiate
brunches. English studies, mathematics
and the ancient end modern languages
thoroughly taught. Lessons in music by
a competent teacher. No charge for tui
tion-music extra; also, no charge ior room
rent. Hoard, >30 per month, payable in ad
vance, quarterly. For -urther particulars,
address, I). K. SESSIONS,
rl4-3m__ _ Principal.
I*. XX. XXA3UVXOIST,
flOl'NTY CLERK. AND F.\-OFFICIO
l / Clerk of tho !>I«triot Court of the Sixth
iudiciul District, in and tor tho County ol
auroka, Stnto of Nevada.
CONVEYANCING,
n all its hranch correctly executed. A *,
inowlo luuienU, Atlidavits, etc., taken in any
tart of the town.
Office: Ercut corner room at the Court
louse. dti-'im
POLITICAL.
REPUBLICAN TICKET.
For rrc.Hiilent of th© I lifted Stales,
RUTHERFORD B. HAYES,
OF OHIO.
For Vice 1‘rrsident: ,
William A. Wheeler,
OF NEW YORK.
--♦
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS :
K. M. IIKJGKTT...Storey
OKORliK Tl'FI.Y.Orinsby
VV. VV. BISHOP.I.inroln
FOP. JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT:
O. It. l.EOA'Alfl*.Humboldt
FOR CONGRESS,
THOMAS WHEN.Eureka
REPUBLICS COUNTY TICKET.
For Senator iLong Term).
CHAS. C. WALLACE,
For Senator (Short Torm),
CIIAS. a. HUE2AB.D,
For Assemblymen,
J. L. Smith, A. W. Atchinson,
J. Merchant, Geo. K. McCulloch.
For Sheriff..JAMES SIAS
For County Clerk.A. I). HASKELL
For County Treasurer.I). B. I.UMEL
For County Recorder.It. L. CHASE
For County Assessor.I1ANK KNIGHT
For Distriot Attorney.IV. II. DAVENPORT
For County Surveyor.II. U. CONKLIN
For Public Administrator.A. U. BISHOP
ForSup’t Public Ins’t.....HIRAM JOHNSON
For County Com’r (Long Torin.T. D. PAGE
Co’ntyCom’rfShortTerra) HARRY BEADLE
KlRHi* TOWNSHIP.
For Justice of the Peace.L. W. CROMER
For Constable. ALEX. McKAY
III Kl'.KA SCHOOL DISTRICT.
For Trustees,
W. n. CLARK, W. II. STOWELL,
M. M.JOHNSON.
X. S. TROWBRIDGE & UK,
-DIALERS IN—
GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
CROCE R I ES,
Mining Supplies, Gents' Furnish
ing Goods, Etc.
TV BO, JIVE (HIM V, NEVADA
ftlll-tf
het*. Hi <o ms 'W"'xr
1 ) EUS TO IN FOKM 11 l.S
1) frionils that ho has bought
tho ugencyof J. 11. MICHAEL
for all tho
Kaalrru l’u|>er», Prrlnillcala, Haga
tinea ami t'uahiou I!o«ka,
And is proparod to deliver them to his sub
scribers at their place of residonco
F It £ E OF C II A It « E !
OFFICE, at G. Young’s Gunsmith’s Shop,
Main street.
WESTS R N UN VON
TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS.
'Fills COMPANY IS PREPARED TO
1 t.u.ismit money by telegraph to all
points on the Pacific Coast, and to all princi
pal cities and towns thir >ughout the united
States. Fur terms, apply to Local Agents.
iof>-tf
Sewing Machines.
P. HASKELL A CO. ARE NOW
• Agents for the Singer ami Domestic
Sowing Machines. They have machines for
rent: ulso, a low secondhand machines who h
will do sold very cheap. Will also sell ma
chines on the.installment plan, if desired.
s'.Mf
J> I I. Is I! I. A D8, lii. I I if.it 131: % ns
) and cards, printed at the SKJS'TINKL
I office, to order
MISCELLANKO US.
WN5. H. CLARK
KEEPS
EVERYTHING !
AT THE CORNER OF
MAIN AND CLARK STREETS*
E U R EK A,
NEVADA.
»a~AGENT FOR DUPONT AND GIANT
POWDER.
WM. II. CLARK.
Eureka, April 8, 1878. np8tf
Sweeney’s Stables !
The Most Extensive Livery
IN THE STATE !
—TH K—
Fashion and the Dexter!
Two (om|»lete Ijilnbllnlimrut) ,
UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT!
O ADDLE HORSES, BUG
O pies Carriages, Ro«ka
i ways. Wagons, etc., in endless
variety!
Horses Bought and Sold!
And a general livery business conducted in all
ot its branches.
Having obtained a permanent leas© of the
Fashion Stable—Walsh's old stand—I will in
the f uture run the same in connection with
the Dexter Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.
Loth establishments will be open for busi
ness day and night. The linest stock and
turnouts in America always on hand. Give
me a cull. SWEENEY*
Jlr>-tf__
EUREKA FOUNDRY.
It. C. ANDEESOW,
Having purchased the proper
ty known as tbo Eureka Foundry, is
now prepared to furnish mills, furnaces, ate.
with
Castings of All Descriptionsj also.
Machine Work.
C1*" Orders from Austin, Belmont, Hamil
ton, find Mineral Hill solicited and tilled with
dispatch. All work leaving this foundry
GUARANTEED, and on the most reasonable
torras. Orders loft ut the foundry, or address
ed to E. C. ANDERSON,
Eureka Foundry, Eureka, Nevada.
Will receive prompt attention. o20tf
CONRAD SCHAFER,
Corner of Duel and Bateman Sts.,
Healer In »n anil Neeoutl-llaml
FURNITURE!
Mattress Manufacturer.
▲iso,
Bedding and Furniture!
AS I BUY AND SELL FOB CASH, AND
do my own work, 1 can Fell cheap. Please
give mo h call. Repairing done.
T bif> establishment has no connection with
W. P. Haskell A Co.
au.'50-lui C. SCHAFER.
NOTICE—BATHS!
\ $ THE WEATHER IS GETTING COLD
my bath rooms in the future will be
supplied with STOVES for the comfort of my
patrons.
Our Mineral Baths
Are the best in tho State for Rheumatics;
our COUGH TONIC and RILES SALVE will
euro all; every case curable.
Remember the plaee, the Old Silver Brick
building. North Mam street, adjoining
Thucher’s. sps-lm T. DETTER.
LIVERY, FEED
AND
Sale JSt£vT3le.
C.C. CARFKNTKB. H. BISHOP.
BISHOP & CARPENTER.
COUTH MAIN STREET. NEARLY OPl’O
O sito the Turner House. Eureka. \Ve hare
recently purchaseu a number of elegant turn
outs and a lot of tine saddle-horses, anil are
prepared to furnish CARRIAGES, BUGGIES
and SADDLE-HORSES at reasonable rates.
Horses boarded by the day, woek. or month,
llay and Barley lor sale.
By fair-dealing, good stock, and strict at
tention to busines., wo hope to secure a fair
share of patronage. ap7ti
JACOB B. LANGSTROFF,
Merchant Tailor,
j Nest door to International Hotel, Main street,
Has a l ine Stock of
Imported French B» oadcloths,
Docikins, Cassimcre*,
Vestings, Ete>.
Direct from new york.on hani
He will furnish a tine suit of clothe.1
exact lit guaranteed for less cash than any
tailor in this State, and Sau Francisco not ex
cluded. ♦
i apl-tf
Ml SC El. LA NEO US.
Eureka Drug Store!
Next INior to I*. B. Imnti'l
«*• Co'* Bank.
Whoracan be fOTHid
DRUGS, MEDICINES,
Patent Medicines,
Perfumery, Toilet Articles,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Brushes,
Varnishes, Etc.
Careful attention given to tho prepara
tion oi
PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS,
#p20tl F. J. SCUNEIDKR. OraniM.
R. STELER,
WATCHMAKER
-AND
JEWELER
Importer and Dealer
-IN
Fine American. English and Swis#
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES.
American watches, e. Howard a
Co., American Wotoh Company, Wal
tham,' National Watch Company, Elgin and
Springfield \\ atch Company. All of theso
watches he has on hand, and of All grades
and pricoa. Also a largo and well assorted
stock of
Fine Gold Chains, Jewelry, Silver*
ware and Clocks.
Which hoi Or? to foil at TWENTY-FIVE
PEK CENT. LESS than any other house.
Please call at his store* one door rvutb bf 6;
Ashim &, Pro., and examine hla now stock or
goods before purchasing elsewhere; iJif
uiotto is quick sales und small profits.
A pood assortment of pebblo spectacles con
stantly on hand.
All of the above he guarantees to bo of the
BEST QUALITY, and warranted aa repre
sented.
N. B.—'Special attention pa*1 to watch
work. Watches repaired and clonnod and
warranted tor one year. Now jewelry mado
to order, and jewelry neatly repaired.
All orders from the country promptly at*
tondod to. P. bTELKR.
Eurek, July 4, 1ST*?. jy'rtf
J. STRAUS’
MAIN JEWELRY STORE
(Opposite J. A. Paxton A Co’i Bank)
EUREKA!
gTBAl’jt HAS ON HAND A
NEW SUPPLY OF
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
JEWELRY, SILVERWARE. ETC.
Cull anil tee him, for he has everything in thrf
line; in fact he import largely
watches of the host grades,
AMB&ICAN,
ENGLISH and
SWISS.
lie will sell every artielo at a GREATER
REDUCTION than any other man in Eureka.
Christmas and Wedding Present* of the
RICHEST GOLD AND SILVER,
All wutch work done by himself and WAR
RANTED FOR ONE YEAR. oll-tf
EUREKA AND CALIFORNIA
LIMBER COMPANY,
South Main Street. Eureka.
Nevada and California
LUMBER
OF ALL KINDS.
Redwood, Oregon and Sugar Pin®
MINING TIMBERS
Building Lumber?
A complete assortment of
Clear & Dressed Lumber, Flooring,
Siding, Rustic and other
STYLES OF SIDING, MOULDING,
Lath, Shingles, Doors,
Sash and Blinds, etc., always on
Hand.
EVERYTHING >\T THE LOWEST CASH
KATES.
d7ti E. & C. I.. CO.
HIRAM JOHNSON.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES
-AND
Provisions
Butter and Eggs a Specialty*
— *
Cliiraae Until, ami Hrraktn.t Haroa*
sugar cured, always on hand.
MTThree doors north of Clark street, o#
Main strooi. apltf
JOHN BHBOl’rr. HUGH MCVhCM. *
SHROUFE & McCRUM,
Successors to J. M. Goowey A Co..
Importers of Liquors,
FINE
KENTUCKY WHISKIES, Etc.
4UW Hint 411 front Sit.,
San Francisco, : : : California.
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