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hmcibib. Aronnd thin loraly rnliay rtjn The purple hllln PV“*'*T„. O. eoftly on yen bank* of bane Her rosy face the Summer laya. Bmwlmad along the aaura aky wv. Ilglm|n of elondland lie, WhSSrtwa with many a ahinlng rift, p£ tbelrpearl-lik' peaka uplift. Throngk all the long mSeummet day Tbe meadow lldee are awaat with hay. I eeek the coolaat abeltared aaat. gnat where the Said and forest meat Whan grow the pine trees, tell and bland ; Tbe ancient oaks, eusteer and grand. And fringy note and pebbles fret Tbrgripplts of tbe rlrnlet. I I watch Uta mowara u they go Throngn the tell grass a whlte-alecred row; | Wltharenatioketheiracytheatbeyawing In tana their merry whet.tone. ring. Behind, the nimble yonngaten run And tone the thick swathes In tbe aim. The cattle gnae, while warm and still Slopes tha broad paatun. baaka the hill, 1 And brlgbt. when Summer breeaea break. The green wheat crinkle# Ilka a laka. Tbe batterdy and bumble bee Come to tbe pleasant wuoda with me; ?nickly before me rune the (mail, be chickens skulk behind tlia rail, High up tbe Iona wood-pigeon alts And the woodpecker pecka and fllte. Sweet woodland mtieic sinks and awella, Tha brooklet rings its tinkling bells. i Tha • warming inserts drone and hum, The partridge beats hia throbbing drum, The squirrel leaps among the bougha, And chatters in his leafy noose. The oriole flashes by; and look— into the mirror of the brook, ; Where the vain blue-bird trims hia cost, Two tiny feathers float. As silently, m tenderly. Tbs dawn of peace descends on me. O, thia is peace ! I have no need Of friend to talk, or book to read ; A dear companion here abides • Close to my thrilling heart He hides ; Tbe holy alienee is hia voice, I lie, and listen, and rejoice. —Emerson. A public kindergarten society ban been formed in Ban Francisco. Four ladies and five gentlemen constitute its board of trustees. ---.... . The Waehington /'oaf notes as a sign of advancing civilisation that the words "man" aud "woman" are again coming into nae. CANDIDATES. _ For Assemblyman. WML 8. EVANS, OF PALISADE. BE apectfnlly announces himself as a can didate for the Assembly, subject to the action of the Republican County Convention. For District Attorney. G1 EO. W. MERRILL ANNOUNCES HIMSELF f a candidate for the office of District At torney of Eureka county, subject to the decision of the Democratic County Convention. For Countv Clerk. FH. HARMON RESPECTFULLY AN • nounces himself a candidate for the office of County Clerk, ^abject to the decision of the Democratic County Convention. For County Clerk. O.CAYANAUOH ANNOUNCES HIMSELF as a candidate for the office of County Clerk, aubject to the decision of the Democrat ic County Convention. For County Recorder. YaV&Tmcmartin "announces ' him: self aa a candidate for County Recorder, aubject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. For County Recorder. CHARLES CANFIELD ANNOUNCES HIM sklt aa a candidate for the office of County Recorder, aubject to the decision of the Repub lican County Convention. * For County Recorder. Ben. c. levy announces himself as a candidate for the office of County Re corder, subject to the action of the Democratic Convention of Eureka county. For County Recorder. I HEREBY RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE myself aa a candidate for County Recorder, subject to the decision of the Democratic* County Convention. LAMBERT MOLINELLI. For District Attorney. »» JOHN T. BAKER RE8PECTFULLY AN nouncea himself aa a candidate for the of fice of District Attorney, subject to the decision of tike Democratic County Convention. For Sheriff. JAMES ADAMS ANNOUNCES HIMSELF AS a candidate for the office of Sheriff, sub ject to the deciaion of the Republican County Convention. * For Sheriff. TAT AT? KYLE RESPECTFULLY ANNOUN jjJL ces himself ss a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Eureka County, subject to the de cision of Re Republican County Convention. For Sheriff, Henry daly respectfully an nouncea himself as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Eureka County, subject to the decision of the Democratic County Conven tion. • IFor Sheriff. S'tHARLES H. CLARK RESPECTFULLY V aanounoes himaelf as a candidate for the office or Sheriff on the Workingmen’s ticket. For Assessor. Thomas haley announces himself ns n candidate for the office of County As sessor, subject to tfito decision of the Demo cratic County Convention. For County Commissioner. (Long Term.) Henry allkn announces himself m k candidate for the office of County Oommiaetoner (Long Term). aubject to the de cision of the Republican County Convention. • For County Commissioner. (Long Term.) JOHN W. LAMBERT ANNOUNCES HIM sell aa a candidate for County Commis sioner (long term), aubject to the deciaion of the Republican County Convention. For Co. Sup’t Public Instruction. /1 2. tus yxlvnd announces himself Ur. as « candidate for Die olfl -c of Countv BpeaalpWiiiS. ul of Public Instruction, subject telba.Aa.lal— of the Democratic County Con For Justice of the Peace. WILLIAM ADAMS ANNOUNCES HIM mf M a a—ltllato fur the office at 2 aa ttea of the Penes of Eureka Township. aubject go the daetatoa of tba JjemoeraUo Township O—v—Don. • For Juntioe of the Peace. At the bequest op many citizens Samuel OoTdatone baa concluded to sub. mil hla name aa a candidate for tba Office of Jostles of tbs Penes, subject to the decision of the Damoc—Do Township OonvenMen. For Constable. EOC. HOLLY ANNOUNCES HIMSELF AS • candidate for the office of Constable for Ika Township, subject to the deotslon of the Democratic Township Convention. For Oonstable. JOHN XL GRAY RESPECTFULLY An nounces himaelf as a candidate for the Office of Oonstable of Eureka Township, sub ject te the action of the Democratic Township Qonvsn Don. For Oonstable. TORN W. WALSH WOULB RESPECTFULLY •I a an—nee himaelf aa a candidate for the offirsaf Oonstable of Eureka Township, sub jaet to the dsclalon of tbs DemocraUc Town b‘p OoBventton. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. WM, W. BISHOP. OEO. M. SABIN. BI8H0P ft SABIN, ATTOBHEYH AT LAW', El'REKA, Nevada. Office—In Bishop’s Building, South Buel street. JOHN T. BAKER, Attorney at law. office in Bylsnd’s Block, Bateman street, Eureks, Nevada. Particular attention given to the acquiring of of titles to Oovemment lands. DAV. E. BAILY, A TTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE J\. otct Clark’. Store, Eureka, Nevada, oor ncr of Main and Clark streets. A. M. TOLLHOUSE, Attorney at ear. office In the Odd Fellow. Building, up atalre, rooms 1 and 2, Eureks, Nevada. OEO. W. MERRILL, Attorney at ear-, district Attorney for Eurek. County, and hotary Public. Office in the Court House Building. W. H. DAVENPORT, A TTORNEY AT EAR*. OFFICE IN A the Maeoulc Building, np atairn, corner of Main and Clark atreeta. Eureka, Nev. CRITTENDEN THORNTON. THUS. WREN. WREN & THORNTON, Attorneys at ear*, siaix atreet. Eureka, Nevada. _ OEO. W. BAKER, A TTORNEY AT EAR* AND NOTA J\_ ry Public. Other In Dick Ityland'a Briek Building, Bateman atreet, Eureka, Nevada. ~0TT LANSING,~‘ Attorney at ear*, office over Clark'a Store, Eureka, Nevada, cor ner of Main and Clark atreete. LASPEYRE ft BEATTY, Attorney* and counselor* at Law. Office ia Hyland’s Brick Build ing, Bateman street, opposite the Jmckson House, Eureks, Nevada. A. B. HUNT, Attorney and cofnseeor at Law, 309 Montgomery atreet, Hernia li* and Cfi, Nevada Block, San Franciaco, Cali fornia. rHYSICIANS. J.A.NESBITT, M. D., C. M. OFFICE—NO. SI BUEL STREET, EAST Hide, sixth door south of Skntinff offli-e, Eureks. Nevada. au4 tf DR. L. BAZET, DHYN1CIAN AND SFRMEON. EV X reka, Nevada. Office : Monaco’s building, .South Main street. Consultations in English, French, Spanish and Italian. DR. JAMES WILLIAMS, PHYSICIAN AND NFROKON. OF flee at the Jackson Hotel, Eureka. DR. 0. H. THOMA, PHYSICIAN ANDSFROEON. OF flee on Buel street, opposite the Senti nel Office. DR. A. C. BISHOP, T)1IYNICIAN AND »I RG EO N. X Office on Main street, opposite Paxton k Co’s Bank, Eureka. DR. M. ROCXMAN, T)I1Y8ICIAN. 8 FRO EON. AC X coucher, Oculist and Aurist. Office un der the Aiuericaiv Hotel, Clark street, Eureka, Nev. DR 3. R. N. OWEN, PHYSICIAN AND 81'IMJEON EF reka, Nevada. Office in Clark’s Building, corner of Main afld Clark streets. _ PROFESSIONAL CARDS. THOMAS J. BEAD, C1IVIL ENGINEER AND 17. N. I»EP ) uty Mineral Surveyor. Office in Kylaml’a Brick Building, on the corner of Bateman and Buel (streets, up (stairs. W. A. EDWARDS, CIIVII. ENGINEER AND DEPUTY / O. 8. Mineral Surveyor. All orders promptly attended to. Special attention given to under-ground work. C. HAMILTON, D. D. S., Dentist, kooks over Eureka Opera House, corner ol7MEZ3Sk Buel anil Bateman atreeta. ^ I I MJ' SOCIETIES. EUREKA LODGE. NO. 1«. F. * A. K. rpHE STATED COMMUNICATIONS OP EU I reka Lodge, No. 16, F. & A. M., will be held In Masonic Hall, every Saturday even, ing on or preceding the full moon in each month. Called communications every Saturday even Mcmbera cf aiater lodgea, and aojournlng brethren In good standing, are cordially invlt* ed to attend. H. JOHNSON, W. M. \Y. p. Stbichelman, Secretary. RED KEN. WINNEMUCCA TRIBE, NO. 8, IMPROVED Order of Red Men, hold regular coun cil. at Maaonic Hall on the third sleep of every seven suns, at the seventh run, thirtieth breath. Sojourning braves, warriors and chiefs, are cordially Invited to meet in council. H. B. MoKEF., Sachem. C. C. Liviuobton, Chief of Record. al BULLION ENCAMPMENT NO. lO. Holds eeoular sessions on the First and Third MONDAYS of each month, at 7X o'clock, r. *., at Odd Fellows' Building. Sojourning Patriarchs are Invited to attend. BEN. C. LEVY, C. P. 8. D. Henry, Scribe. JeAtf BEATIFIC LODGE, NO. 7, K. OF P., Meets each Friday of every month, at 7 ao o’clock r. u., at Its Caatle Hall, In Odd Fellows’ building. All Brother Knights, In good standing, are fraternally UiTlted to attend such meetings. C. L. BROY, C. .0 H. B. McKl e, K. of R. and 8. NT. JOUN'X CHAPTER. MO. 8. The stated convocations or st. John’s Chapter, No. ». H. A. M., will be held at Masonic Hall, on the second Wednesday evening of each month. Called communica tions on all other Wednesday evenings. All Royal Arch Masons, in good standing, are cordially invited to attend. JOHN GILLESPIE, A. P. W. A. Dimmer, Secretary. evieka lodge, mo. sa. i. o. o. r., Meet at their hall every thors day evening at S o'clock. Brethren In good standing are cordially Invited to attend. WM. DOOLIN, N. O. J. McO. Scott. Secretary. LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, MO. 1R1. The regular meetings of this so. clety tako place on the Brat and third Mon days of each month, in Masonic Hall, at 780 o’clock, sharp. All brethren in good standing are Invited to attend. D. McKINXON, W. M. D. McDcvald, Secretary. MOt'MT AIMLODUE MO. *18.104.22.168. A., Meet eveby Saturday evening at Odd Fellows’ Hall, at 1 o'clock. All meenbera of the order. In wood standing, are In vi ted to attend. W. J. SMITH. N. GJ| H. B. MoRjta, Secretary. UIBEBMIAMN. The a. d. h. meets every first and third Saturday evening of each month, at the corner of Clark and Monroe atreeta, until further notice. JOHN FLYNN, President. Tnoe. Munpnv, Secretary. I. C. OF. BED ('BONN. Meet every Wednesday evening at half-past T o'clock I. STRAUS, E. O. ARTESIAN WELL BORJNG. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE JUST RE celved all the necessary machinery for unking Artesian Wells, and are now prepared to receive contracts for boring. For Informs tlon In regard to terms, ate., apply to tsttf ^ R. H. PARKER k CO, HOTELS. THE JACKSON HOTEL JS NOW OZPE2ST, And it the only Fire-proof Hotel In Eastern Nevada. MAIN STREET, EUREKA. THE BOOMS ARE HARD FINISHED, El egantly furniahed and spacious. MINGLE ROOMS OR IX MITTS. GAM IX ALL THE ROOMS. Connected with the Hotel la the Finest Bar-room in the State ! A. JACKSON, Proprietor. Formerly of the Jarkson House, at Hamilton, White Pine county. jeltf WILLIAM GH.LE5. JAMES MC’MAKTIN. THE PARKER HOUSE. t Main Street, Eureka, Nevada, GILLEN * Mr MARTIN, PROPRIETORS. THE APPOINTMENTS OF THIS HOTEL are first-class, the rooma having been en larged and elegantly furniahed. ROOMS MINGLE OR IN MITTS. THE BAR Has a fine reputation, and will be kept up to that ntandard. Nothing but the beat will bo offered. Attached to the premises ia a flret-claaa RE S TAURANT. The Palisade, Hamilton, Austin, Tybo and Belmont Stages all stop at this House. joltf TURNER HOUSE. South Main Streeet, Eureka. This old established hotel has just been newly refitted throughout, and has a large number of Elegantly Furnished Rooms. Mr. Turner makes a specialty of the RESTAURANT »nd DINING ROOM, Where, under his personnl supervision, all the delicacies of the seusou will be served in the most approved manner. Bar and Billiard Room With a fine assortment of Liquors and Cigars. Tha Postofflco and the office of Wells, Fargo A Co. are directly opposite, and carriages run to and from the Depot to meet all trains. B. J. TURNER, Proprietor. Eureka, July 18, 1877. jy 19tf COSMOPOLITE HOTEL! South Main St., Eureka. R. M’CHiRLES, - • PROPRIETOR The rooms in this establishment are large and airy. The RESTAURANT ia at all times supplied with the best the market affords. Board by the day, week or month. The beat qualities of Wines, Liquors and Cigars Can always be found at the Bar. Eurcka,?Aug. 24, 1878. aug25-tf SILVER BRICK HOTEL. Month Main Street, Enreka. M. J. BERATY, PROP1I1ETRESS. ^ __ HAVING RECENTLY REPAIRED and generally renovated the estab T^P^Ushmeut, I am now prepared to ae ^-coimnodnte patrons in the best man ner, and ask a share of the public patronage. THE TABLE Is at all times supplied with the best the mar ket affords. THE BAB Is supplied with the choicest of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Only attentive barkeepers and waiters are employed at this establishment. BOARD, 87 OO per week; Meals, 30 Cents. Liquor* and Cigars, 12 1-2 Cents. tar Entire satisfaction ia guaranteed to the patrons. jeltf WESTERN HOTEL, Four doors below the International, Main Street, Eureka. rpHIS ESTABLISHMENT, COMPLETE IN X every part, ia now open. Board, per week.W OO Single Meals.*0 4'ta. THU BAB Will be stocked at all times with the choicest Wines, Liquors and Ciqars To be found on the coast. Depot for Lyon k Co's celebrated Brewery, 8an Francisco. Families supplied at their residences with Lyon’s Ale. A share of the public patronage is solicited, el If P. 8. QUAID, Proprietor. INTEMUTIOML HOTEL North Main Street, Euieka. MBS. AGNES HALL, Proprletre** NEW FURNITURE AND BEDDING! This establishment has just been thoroughly o verb slued and repaired, and is now moat complete in all ita appointments, and haa Fine Parlor* and Bedroom*! •QTThe Railroad ’Bus arrives and departs from this house. Eureka, June 1,1878. Je2tf Richmond House. Mo. 21 Bnel Street, A few doors south of the Skmtikel Offlce# Mrs. Yowell and Holly, Proprs. This establishment is entirely dew, having just been built and newly furnished throughout. The rooms are large and airy. Every attention will be paid to those who favor us with their patronage. Eureka, August 7,1878. aufUtf DEPOT HOTEL, Pallnade, Nevada. MRS. M. BAUM. : : PROPRIETRESS a HOTEL IS HEW AND FIMT.CLA88. ind flu. a want long fell In Palleade. Mrs. as. Dauni'a well-known reputation as a land lady will be a sufficient guarantee that the Da pot Hotel will please and satisfy. She will give her especial attention to lbs comfort of the traveling public. jyHMf BILLIARD PARLORS AMD SALOONS. THE EL DORADO SALOON. UP STAIRS. JAMES M. KELLOGG, Proprietor. THE FINEST BILLIABD AND CLUB BOOMS IN THE STATE. The whole establishment is es. ,truly new, and the Billiard Tahlea are of the latest patterns. The Bsr will at all tlmea be furnished vlth the best of Liquors and Cigars. The comfort and entertainment of patrons will be studied by the Proprietor and attaches. BILLIARDS! fTtHE^LAROEST^AND FINEST) BILLIARD SALOON IN THE STATE. STO3ST E "BTTIX, 3D X 1ST GK Corner Main and Clark Streets, Eureka. GEO. THACHER AND CLAY SIMMS, PROP'S, THE SAZERAC SALOON. “I MAIN STREET, EUREKA. SMITH Sl CANAVAH, Proprietors. Refitted and Refurnished, Making it one of the most attrAc tive plsces In Eureka. THE BILLIABD PABLOB * Attached to the SAZERAC is the finest billiard room in town, containing the newest and most improved tables. SALOONS. “THE ORIENTAL!” COZY, NOVEL. NEAT AND NEW ! And in every respect A FIRST-CLASS SALOON. •^Corner of Main and Bateman streets, op posite the Court-house. augl5-tf W. B. DAUGHERTY, Prop'r. PERRY’S SALOON, -CORNER OF Main and Bateman Streets EUREKA, 1STEV. -THE CHOICEST Wines, Liquors and Cigars Obtainable in the San Francisco market con stantly on hand. Eureka, August 10,1878. aulO-tf THE TIGER SALOON. JOE MENDES, Proprietor. This saloon has been fitted up with a view t* comfort, unsurpassed by any similar establishment in the State. To a stranger it is a perfect mystery. Up-atairs or down, turn as you will, you find yourself be fore a BAR, Supplied with the choicest brands of WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS. Experienced and attentive barkeepers are al ways in attendance to serve the patrons of the house. San Jose Fredericksburg Beer Constantly on Draught. THE PALACE SALOON. (MAIN STREET, EUREKA. "—'■ -"'Wliy.IW| LUTHER CLARK, Proper. HAR FITTED UP. IN THE BEST STYLE, the above Saloon, where la kept only the Choicest brands of WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS. ■OF* Call and be convinced. MATT. KYLE’S SALOON. MAIN STREET, EUREKA, Three doors below Straus’ Jewelry Store. Has just received from san fran cisco a large invoice of the finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars. The saloon has just been newly fitted np, and Is neat and comfortable. A share of the public patronage ia solicited. PURCELLS SALOON nrBY HILL. NEVADA. I HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM SAN Hauciaco a large atock of flue Wines, Liquors and Cigars! And will offer them for Hale at the old atand Know n wa Brown’* Saloon. By atrlrt attention to bnalneaa, I bope to re ceive a fair .hare of the public patronage. M. t. PURCEI.L. Ruby Hill, May 30, 1873. myUltf B. REINHART. J. P. EDOFT. REINHART & CO., Dealers In Whole and Ground BARLEY, flock, wheat, bran and NHORTN. Barley Ground to Order. AOENTB FOB THE shutleb waoon AOENTB TOR FLOWN, MOWERN, KEAPEKN, And all klnda of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. Also Agents for the Celebrated ST. LOUIS BUDWEISER BEER. All Goods delivered to any part ef town free of charge. OFFICE—Worth Main Street, neat door to the Iron Hall, Eureka, Nev. jeltf CALISHER BROS.. Hate been appointed aomto for the Elko Weakly POOL Eureka, June S9,1178, TRAVELERS’ OPIDE. EUREKA AND PALISADE RAIL ROAD |XKW ARRANGEMENT* !j On and after November 5th, 1877, -A. PAST TRAIN JWILL RUN FOR PaMenf«ra,<9lail« and F.iprenjj ONLY, AND WILL Leave Eureka dally at.5:30 a. m. Arrive at Palisade at.1000 a. m. Making connection with Ea*t and Went Bon ml Train* of the [Central Pacific Railroa«l.3 RETURNING : Leave Palisade dally at.4:00 r. m. Arrive at Eureka at..830 r. u. Freight anti Accommodation Train: Leaves Enreks daily at.f>:00 a. m. Arrives at Palisade at.3:13 r. m. Leaves Palisade daily at.7:15 a. M. Arrives at Eureka at.5.-*20 r. m. [THE COMPANY WILL DELIVER FREIGHT AT g HAMILTON, WARD. PIOfTIE. TYRO, BELMONT, And all point* south, by its tennis, with eare and dispatch, and at the lowest rates. P. EVERT*, General Nnp't. F IREK A. IIAMILTOX AND pioniE STAGEMsSS LINE! GILMER A KA LIMBI'It V, Propr s. tCONNECTING WITH THE EUREKA AND l Palisade Railroad. Leaves Eureka for HAMILTON. WARD and PIOCIIE. Every nwrulng. at 7 o’clock. BP-1 >aves Piochefor Ward. Hamilton and Eureka every’ day. at 7 o’clock a. m. Carrying U. 8. Mail and Wells, Fargo k Co’s Express. Fine American horses and new Concord coaches. Office st Wells, Fargo k Co’s. JyO EIREHA. TYCO AND BELMONT DAIUY STAGESStdLINE! I EAVES EUREKA DAILY (SUNDAYS KX J oepted), at 5 o’clock a. m., on and after Monday, April 1, 1878. and will arrive at Eure ka daily (Sundays excepted), at »o'clock r. .w. Runs through to Tybo and Belmont with I'nlled Ktntes Hall ami Wells, l argo A Company’s Express, Without lay-over. Hereafter we will run a wagon six times a week from TYBO to BELMONT. Fine horsea. Concord Coaches, experienced drivers and excellent accommodations. Eureka Office at Wells. Fargo fc Co’s Office. W. C. REVEAL, Superintendent. SAM’L COOPER. Agent at Eureka. jyO FINE JEWELRY ! IP. STELER, Watchmaker L ~Xyry~ . J E W E E E E . Keeps constantly ox hand a well •elected stock of fin* Diamonds, Gold and Silver Watches and Chains, hue Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks, PEBBLE AND CONCAVE EYE-GLASSES. Which he offers to sell at Twrniy-Five percent. Less than any other house. Please call at the store, one door south of 8. Ashira k Bro’s, and examine my magnificent stock of goods before purchasing elsewhere. No trouble to show goods. Prices to suit N* times. All of the above are guaranteed to be ot tne Best Quality, and warranted as represented. N. B.—Special attention paid to watcliwork. Watches repaired, cleaned and warranted for one year. New jewelry made to order, and jewelry neatly repaired. All orders from the country promptly attend ed to. P. HTELKlt. CITY PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY, Month Main Mtreet. Eureka Nev. Photographs Photographs HAVING THE BERT arranged Gallery in the State, and having hud n MUKKMjUjMjM long and uninterrupted prnr-flB^AyKjSp tiee in the Photographing business, 1 am able to produce the truest and —THE— MOST LIFELIKE PICTURES To be obtained in this Htate. All my work la warranted fur permanency, style and fine fln iah. Enlargements reproduced from the smallest miniatures to the life-size picture, equal to any of the beat reputed houses East or West. CRAYON FINISH ENUMEKITS A SPECIALTY. Also, Water color, Porcelain, Photo-chrome, and all others too numerous to mention. All negatives are carefully retouched and preserved one year for further orders. Jel LOUIS MONACO, Photographer. ..A. J. DELAMATYR, —DEALER IN— ALL KINDS OF LUMBER, DrcHN««l and nudrewied. Flooring, Colling, Moulding Shingles, Plokets, Eto. Also Dealer in Doors, Illiuils, windows, Screen Doors, Etc. Prices are Lower than the Lowest. J. H. DE DA MATYB. Eureka. Juu, 26.1878. JeYJ-tf IF1. II- HARMON, COFNTY ( I.EKK. AND EX-OFFI clo Clerk of the District Court of the Birth Judicial District, tn and for the County of Eureka. State of Neruda. CONVEYANCING. Is all its branches, cor rectly erecuted. Acknowledgment*, Affidavit*, etc., taken lu any part oft own. OfBee: Front corner «c on et the Court-house. T. J. KAUPIH, Notary FCBUC-cinct, main street, next door to t. Straw .ewtir •tore. MEDICAL._ TO THE UNFORTUNATE. New Remedies! New Remedies! DR. GIBBON’S DISPENSARY. KEARNY STREET, COR. of Com mercial, San Franclaco, California. Private entrance onCcm mercial street. Established in 1HM, for the treatment of Sexual and Semi nal Diseases, anch as Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Strict ure, Syphilis in all it* forma. Seminal Weak ness, Impotency, etc., etc. Skin diseases of years' standing, and Ulcerated Legs, etc., suc cessfully treated. DR. GIBBON has the pleasure of announcing that he has returned from visiting the princi pal hospitals of Europe, and has resumed practice. The Doctor has spared neither time nor money In seeking out new remedies, and has returned with increased facilities for the alle viation of human suffering. Seminal Weakness. Seminal emission la the consequence of aelf abuse. This solitary vice, or depraved sexual indulgence, la practiced by the youth of both sexes to an almost unlimited extent, producing with unerring certainty the following train of morbid symptons, unless combated by scientific medical measures, viz.: Sallow* countenance, dark spots under the eyes, pain in the head, ringing in the ears, noise like the rustling of leaves or rattling of chariots, uneasiness about the loins, weakness of the liml>s, confused vision, blunted Intellect, loss of confidence, diffidence In approaching strangers, a dislike to form nt w acquaintances, a disposition to ahnn society, loss of memory, pimples and various eruptions about the face, hectic flushes, furred tongue, fcetld breath, coughs, consumption, night sweats, monomania, and frequently in sanity. If relief be not obtained, you should apply immediately, either ip persen or by let ter, and have a cure effected by his new and scientific mode of treating this disease, which never fails of effecting a quick and radical cure. Cured at Home. Persons at a distance may be CURED AT HOME, by addressing a letter to DR. GIBBON, stating case symptons, length of time the dis ease has continued, and have medicine prompt ly forwarded, free from damage and curiosity, to any part of the country, with full and plain directions for use. By inclosing Ten Dollars coin in a registered letter through the Postoffic#, or through Wells, Fargo k Co., a package of medicine will be forwarded to any part of the Union. Persons writing to the Doctor will please state the name of the paper they see this ad vertisement in. All communications strictly confidential. Address DR. J. F. GIBBON. Box 1937, San Francisco, California. DR. 8PINNEY & CO., Wo. 11 liearoy Ml root, Treat all chronic and special Diseases. YOUNG N1E2ST Who may be suffering from tlie effects of youth ful follies or indiscretions will do well to avail themselvoB of this, the greatest boon ever laid at the feet of suffering humanity. Dr. Hpin ney will guarantee to forfeit five hundred dol lars for every case of weakness or private dis ease of any kind or character which he under takes and fails to cure. MIDDLE-AGED MEN. There are many at the age of thirty to sixty who are troubled with too frequent evacuation of the bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or burning sensation, and a weaken ing of the system in a manner the patieut can not account for. On examining the urinary deposity a ropy sediment will often be fonnd, and sometimes small particles of albumen will appear, or the color will be of a thin milkish hue, again changing to a dark and torpid ap pearance. There are many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the cause, which is the second stage of seminal weakness. 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IN THE DISTRICT COCRT OF THE SIXTH Judicial District, In and for Eureka Comity, State of Nevada. Tho State of Nevada scuds greeting to Jacob Jacoby, Morris Jacoby aud Wolff Aron: You are hereby required to appear In an ac tion commenced against yon as defendant*, by John A. Paxton. Allen A. Curtis, Hernuan Mul ler and John K. Plater, as plaintiff*, in the District Courtof the Sixth Judicial District, in and for the County of Eureka. State i>f Nevada, at the town of Eureka, and answer the com plaint therein, which is on file with the Clerk of said court, within ten days after the service on you of this summon* (exclusive of the day of service), if served in said county, or twenty days if served out of said county but within this district, and in all other cases forty day*: or judgment by default will be taken against you, according to the prayer of amid complaint. The said action is brought to recover Judg ment against you, the said defendants, for the sum of $5,087 75, IT. 8. gold coin, with Interest on $‘2,440 of said sum at the rate of two per cent, per month from April 1st, 1H77; and on the sum of $‘2,647 75 at the rate of two percent, per month from February PJ, 1M78, until this date; the same being alleged to In* due plaint iffs for and on account of a certain promissory note, which was executed by Jacob Jacoby to J. A. Paxton. January 26. 1877, for the aum of $‘2,000, with interest thereon at the rate of two per cent, per mouth till paid; and on a certain indebtedness, incurred by Jacob Jacoby to plaintiffs, on **r before May ‘28, 1877, In the aum of $*2,500, with interest thereon at the rate of two per cent, per mouth; which, it is alleged, you then and tnere promiaed to pay plaintiffs; and to obtain tlie usual decree of this Court for the sale of the premises described in the complaint on file in this action. To secure tho above amount*, a mortgage was given to J. A. Paxton, of date of January ‘27, 1877 ; and that a receiver of the rents, issues and profit* of said mort gaged premises be appointed by the Court, peuding this action. All of which will more fully appear by the complaint on file herein. And you air. L reby notified, that If you fall to appear and answer the said complaint as above required, the said plaintiffs will take default against defendants, and apply to the Court for the relief demanded in the complaint. Jn testimony whereof, I, F. H. Harmon, nave hereunto aet r.iy hand aud affixed the seal of said Court, this 5th day of June, A. D. 1878. F. H. HARMON. Clerk District Court, Blxth Judicial District, Eureka County, Nevada. Thos. Wrxn and CniTTRRDER Thobntok, At torneya for plaintiffs. J«8-3m HENRY STEIi., T A. X Xj rO Sj . Occidental Hotel) 337 Bush Street, SA5l.3ST FRANCISCO. Nicholas Thoraon, Traveling Agent Eureka, August 10,1878. aulO-tf E DUOATIONAL ! FRENCH AN? GERMAN. AN EXPERIENCED INSTRUCTOR DE Birea to inform the community of Eureka and vicinity that he haw permanently located here, and in prepared to give tuition in the above languages to young ladies and gentlemen in claanea, or at their private residences, for moderate compensation. Instruction also given in the various ENGLISH BRANCHES. For terms and particulars, address PROF. E. O. MOSS, Eureka. Refers by permission to Rev. B. C. Crawford, pastor ; Dr. Thorns, physician ; Max Moeller, aaaayer. Eureka, July 99. 1878. jy&O-tf A BFERTME III THE KHREKA A. Bkntijoel, the.beat advertising medium in lutm Nevada. * APPLICATIONS FOB PATENT. APPLICATION FOB A PATENT TO TRB TIGER LILT MINE.—Mo. 449 United Staten Land Office, Eureka. N®1 vada. Joly 9, 1878. Notice la hereby given, that W. W. McCoy, Those Poatofflce address Is Eureka, Nevada, baa thin day filed hia applica tion for a patent for one thousand 11,000) linear feet of the Tiger Lily mine or vein bear, lug silver with surface ground two hundred and thirty-six (996) feet in width, situate, lying and being In Eureka Mining District, County of Eureka, and State of Nevada, and khown and designated by the field notes snd official plat on file in this office as lot No. 147. The exterior boundaries of said Lot No. 147 being as follows, to wit: Variation 16 fc deg. east. Com mencing st a post marked No. 1, U. 8. Sur vey No. 147, whence the flagstaff in the town of Eureka bears N. 4 deg. 87 min. E. 6,MM feet. Knby Hill No. 1 bear* N. 77 dg. 49 m. W. 8,761 ft. and the Tiger Lily shaft bears N. 44 \ deg. W; 096 feet; thence running 1st course 8.87)4 deg W. 936 feet, to post marked No. 9 U. 8. Survey No. 147 ; thence 9d course N. 35 deg. W. 71 4-10 feet, to eastern boundary of U. 8. Survey No. 88, Stella lode; whence poet No, 1 of said sur vey No. 88 bears N. 9 deg. W. 191 9-10 feet; 918 1-10 feet to northern boundary of said survey No. 88; whence post No. 1 of said survey No. 88 bears N. 81 deg. K. 64 3-10 feet; 1,000 feet to poet marked No. 3 U. 8. Survey No. 147; thence 3d course N. 87 H deg. E. 936 feet, to poet marked No. 4 U. 8. Surrey No. 147, and tbencs 4th course 8. 35 dog. E. 1,000 feet, to post No. 1, the place of beginning. So much of this Survey No. 147 as conflict* with Survey No. 80 Stella lods, is hereby excluded, said conflict 1* described sa follows, to wit: Beginning at post No. 1 of said Survey No. 88, Stella lode, and running thence, 1st course 8. 9 deg. E. 131 9-10 feet; thence 9d course N. 35 deg. W. 146 7-10 feet, and thence 3d course N. 81 deg. E. 64 3-10 feet, to place of beginning, containing one tenth acres, which tract being excluded, leaves remaining In this survey 4 49-100 acres. This claim is bounded on the south by the Stella, Eureka and Keystone. The location of this mine Is duly recorded In the Recorder's office of Eureka Mining District, on page 108, in Book A, of the Mining Records of said District. Any snd all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Tiger Lily mine or said ground as hereinbefore described, are required to file their adverse claim with the Register of the United States Land Office, at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtu* of the provisions of the statute. JyKMJOil D. B. IMMEL, Register. APPLIC ATION FOB A PATENT. TO THE El'REE A GIANT MINE.—No. 44#. U. 8. Land Offlca, Eureka, Nev., July 9, 187#.—Notice la hereby given that W. W. McCoy, whose poatofflce address is Eureka, Nevada, has this day filed his application for a patent for owe thousand (1,000) linear feet of the Eureka Giant Mine or vein bearing silver with aurfaca ground, two hundred (200) feet in width, ait uate, lying and being in Eureka Mining Die. trict, county of Eureka, and Htate of Nevada, and known and designated by the field notes end official plat on file in thla office, as Lot Number one hundred and forty-six (146). The exterior boundaries of said lot No. 146, being as follows, to wit: Variation 16)4 deg. east. Commencing at a post marked No. 1, V. 8. Hurvey 146, whence the flagstaff in the town of Eureka l>eara N. 8 deg, 6 min. E., 7,010 feet. Ruby Hill No. 1 bears N. 74 deg. 97 win. W.. 8,406 feet. Post No. 2 of V. 8. Hurvey No. 88. Stella Lode bear* H. 16 deg. 61 min. E., 294 feet, nnd the Eureka Giant shaft bears N. 41 deg. 29 min. W.. 441 feet. Thence running let course 8. 69 \ deg. W., 200 feet to post marked No. 2, U. 8. Hurvey No. 146; them e 'id course N. 30** deg. W., 1.000 feet to post marked No. 3, U. 8. Hurvey, So. 146; thence 3d course N. G9S deg. K., *260 feet to post marked No. 4, V. 8. Survey No. 146, ami thence 4th course 8. 20 \ deg. K., 1,0110 feet to post No. 1. the place of beginning, containing 4 69-100 acres. This claim is bound ed on the southeast by the Stella and Fannie B mines. The location of this mine is duly recorded in the Recorder's office of Eureka Mining District, on page 104, in book A, of the Mining Records of said District. Any and all person* claiming adversely any portion of said Eureka Giant mine or said ground a* her* inbefore described, are required to Ale their adverse claim with the Register of the T'nited Htate* Land Offlca at Eureka, in the Htate of Nevada, during the sixty days period of publi. cation litreof. or they will be barred by virtu* of the provisions of the statute. JylO-dDd D. B. IMMEL. Register. APPLICATION FOB A PATENT mo THE CLIPPER M INE.—NO. 4fiS — I T tilted State* I.and Office, Eureka, Nev., July 2*2, 1879.—Notlra la hereby given, that Valentine Kink, whoae poatoffire addrea* ia Naur York City. State of New York, ha* thla day filed hia application for a patent for nine hun dred and aixty-aeven (t*7) linear feet of the Clipper mine or vein, liearing ailver, with aurfa* e ground 2u0 feet tn width, att uate, lying and bring in Eureka Mining IH* triet. County of Eureka, and State of Nevada, and known and draignated by the field note* and offirial plat on file in tbia office aa Lot No. one hundred and fifty.four f 154). The exterior bmmdariea of aald lot No. 154 being aa follow*, to wit: Variation 19 H deg. eaat. Commencing at a poet marked No. 1, l*. S. Survey No. 154, whence the flagatafT in the town of Eureka l>enra N.4deg. 4M min. E.. r.,Mi* feet ; ltuby Hill. No. 1. bear* N. 79 deg. 19 min.. W„ 9.7/1 feet. and the Clipper ahait hears S. 91 \ deg. E., 4KM feet ; thence rntitling lat eourae N. 9»deg. K.. 9fi7 feet, to poat marked No. 2, II. S. aurvey No. 154 : thence 2d course H. 9 deg. E., IMW feet, to poat marked No. I*. H. aurvey No. 154 ; thence .'hi ruiirw, S. Hfi deg. W.. 997 feet, to poat marked No. 4, II. H. aurvey No. 154, atandlng on the eastern laumdary of U. H. aurvey No. 155, Keystone Lode, and them e 4th eourae N. 9 deg. W., loo feet, to )M>»t No. *2, of aald aurvey No. 1.Kl. 200 fret to poat No. 1, the place of Itegtu mug containing 4 and 44-100 acrea. Thla claim ia Itouudrd on the wrat by the Keyttone mine. The location of thla mine ia duly recorded in the Recorder’a Office of Eureka Mining Diltliet, in Rook A, page 3. Any aud all peraoua claim ing adveraely any portion of aald Clipper mine or aald mining ground, aa hrre luWfore described, are required t«* Ala their advene claim with the Register of the Tutted Slate* Laud Office, at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the alxty daya period of publication k< reof, or they will lie barred by virtue of the provlaloita of the atatnte. Jy*23-fiOd l). 11. 1MMEL, Register. APPLIC ATION FOR A PATENT rpO THE CLIPPER MINE.—NO. 4«P.—IT. 8. X Land Office, Kurt km. Nevada, August 19, 1*78.—Notice Is hereby given that M. H. Joseph, P. O. FI field and J. E. Duff, whose p<iatoffice address Is Kureka, Nevada, have this day filed ther application for a patent for fifteen hun dred (1,500) linear feet of the Clipper mine, or vein, bearing silver, with sur face ground two hundred (200) feet In width, situate, lying and being in Eureka Mining Dis trict, county of Kureka, and State of Nevada, and known aud designated by the field notea and official plat on file in this office as Lot No. one hundred and fifty-five (155). The exterior boundaries of said Lot No. 155 being as fol lows, to-wit: Variation 16*4 deg. E. Commenc ing at a poet marked No. 1, C. S. Survey No. 155, whence the flagstaff In the town of Kureka bears N. 26 deg. 54 min. K. 14,820 feet : Ruby UUl No. 1 bears N. 15 deg. 37 min. W. 8,841 feet, and the Blue Bird and Clipper shaft bears S. 44 deg. 9 min. E. 751 feet ; thence running first course N. 55H deg. E. 300 feet to poet marked No. 3, IT. S. Survey No. 185 ; thence second count© 8. 34 \ deg. E. 1,500 feet to post mark* <4 No. 3, | IT. S. Survey No. 158 ; thence thinl course 8. 55 h deg. W. 200 feet to post marked No. 4, U. S. ! Survey No. 155, the same being post No. 3 of IT. M. Survey No. 135. Blue Bird lode, and thence, fourth course N. fi4l» deg. W. 900 feet to post No. 2, of said U. B. Survey, No. 135. 1,500 feet to post No. 1, the place of beginning, contain ing 6 89-100 sores. This claim la bounded on the west by Ihe Blue Bird mind. The location of tills thine Is duly recorded in the Recorder’s office of Kureka Mining Dis trict, on page 181, In Book I of the Eureka District Mining Records. Any and all per sons claiming adversely any portion of said Clipper mine or aald mining ground as herein before described, are required to file their ad verse claim with the Register of the United States Land Office, at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the sixty days period of pub lication hereof, or they will he bsrred by virtue of the provisions of the statute, augsfood D. B. 1MMKL. Register. (OmCIAL.) PHOPMRB AIHBIUTTB THE Con.tltntioft of the State of NOToda. |MUMetl at the Eighth ■MUM of the Legiata Mraolnd, That there shall he tided to the present Constitution of this Stele an Article to he called end known ee Article AV11I, and which shell be as follows : Abticub hVIH.—The rights ef Suffrage and office bolding shall not be withheld from any male ettleen of the United States, by reason of his color or previous condition of servitude. Passed February 1ft, 1H77. Resolved, by the Assembly, the Senate con curring. That Article Eleven (11) of the Con stitution of the State of Nevada be amended by adding to said Article Eleven (11) section ten (10) thereto, which shall read as follows: Section Ten. No public funds of any kind or character whatever State, county or munic ipal, ahall tie used for sectarian purposes. Passed February 27,1877. I hereby certify the foregoing to be true cop ies from the enrolled resolutions on file In my office. Witness my hand and the Oreat Beal of State, August 3,1878. J. D. MINOR. Secretary of State. «t»7-3ui FOUND. A MEMORANDUM HOOK. g*® uiwonufuu »nd * n«*® tor UT. Th« owner can have the aame by calling at thia of fice and paying for thia advertisement._ JOB PBIIITlia or ALL KINDS A SPECIALTY «t «hl» o*c«.