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"iemmSthTcjn viss. sjsr. el f<- xdeia-Xj, >||M[—cudMsIe tor Cwmi, oehebil j. b. ktttbell, dMdhute tor Atlsnwy tteaeni. «u epeek throughout the State ee follow, i October ..Went Monday, October 21st.Hamilton Thursday, October 24th. Woche Monday, October 2*tb.*»•*• Wednesday, October SOU.•••*«“» Be to May, November 2d.• • ®®,d Monday, November 4th.Silver City general KlttrelTwill else Speak AtTybo.Thursday, October 24th Gov. L. R. Bradley, WrmiT—*‘~ CandMele tor Ueveraer, Will be present at the above meetings. g^Tbs County Committees will make proper arrangements for meetings end notify the Chairman of the State Central Committee lm> mediately. By order of the Committee. g. BLENNEHHAH8ETT, Chairman. .. J. A. MananaY, Secretary. oS-td FINE JEWELRY ! IP. STIEXjIEJIR/, & Watchmaker a, -Am J JB "W" BLEK. tr REPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A WELL JV selected stock of fine Diamonds, Gold and Silver Watches sad Chains, fins Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks, PEBBLE AND CONCAVE EYE-GLASSES. Which be offers to tell at Twenty-fire per cent. Lase than any other honae. „ . _ Plaaee call at the store, one door south of S. Aahim h Bro’a, and examine my magnificent stock of goods before purchasing elsewhere No trouble to show goods. Prices to suit he time#. All of the above ere guaranteed to be of tne Best Quality, and warranted aa represented. N. B.—Special attention paid to watohwork. Watches repaired, cleaned end warranted for one year. New Jewelry made to order, and Jewelry neatly repaired. All orders from the oonntry promptly attend ed to. P. 8TELER. “ EtTBEKA ” CARRIAGE SHOP, CEO. L. OTT, Proprietor. I AM NOW BUILDING rsr'a'SBaw’sk: _:jNB, to order, ell of the material and of superior workman ship. I employ The Boot Mechanics Tkatcsn be obtained, end have facilities for turning out aa good work as can be made in any country, and better adapted to this locality than most Imported work. I have been in the business for twenty-five years, devoted all my time to this branch of the trade, understand it and attend to it. I therefore justly claim that I am turning ont as good work as can be made, and at prices that cannot fail to give satisfac tion. If you want anything in my line, you will find me Always Beady for Business! Give me a call, and your orders will be promptly attended to, and I will endeavor to ill them to your entire eetlrfaction. I am prepared to do every description of Blacksmithing, Pc* miuea, furnaces and ranches. ‘■Carriage and Wagon Repairing . And PAIHTING done promptly and at ilia low « eat margin of profit, and as good as the best. GKO. L. OTT, 8outh Main street, Eureka, r Eureka, October 5,1878. o6-tf TRENCH MILLINERY! JUxt door to Monaco Photograph Gallery, 8outh Mela Street, Eureka. Tf HATE JUST RECEIVED A VERY LARGE II and extensive stock of MILLINERY COOD8, Pwr «w EMI and Wlaler fityta, Consisting of STRAW HATS, FRAMES, SILK VELVET*, and elegant TRIMMINGS; Fenth OUW raf Flowers, of all shades; Babies' Lot Oape; also a large assortment of LADIES’ UNDERWEAR. DUES SHAKING la all Its Branches. Ladles are invited to call and examina tho goods. MISS 8XLT1EB. Buraks. October j, Wg.ofi-tf »BLH«VCn MU mice. T)HENIX MINING COMPANY. LOCA X tioa af principal place af business, Ban Francisco. California; location of works, Eure jts Mining District, Nevada. Noties.—There an delinquent anon the fol lowing described stock, on account of asms stent (No. M) levied oo the Mtb day of August, MM, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, a* fol lows; No. No. Names. Oort's. Shares. Amount Gluts A Loveland, tro*..*001 100 MO 00 Child NF. trustee.MM « IS Cope, IThlar 4 Go, trua.,2981 M MM OaUaghan, Lynch 4 Go., JHmsv*:"1 " 1,00 It Bate as. balance.MM 1 1 M Forbes Charles, trustee, toll 100 MM Forbes Charlea,trustee.»M 1M MM Forbes Charles, trustee.tola MO *M 00 Forbes Chsriea.Wnsln.toT* M0 1M M . Fox C W, trustee, beta's.2*38 11 MM Fos*0 W, trustee, hnla’e.MM SI MM FOX 0 W, trustee, bala'e.2014 SI M *0 Fox C W, trustee, haU'e.MT* SI M M Fee O W. trustee. hnls'e.MIO SI IS M Fox O V, trustee, bale's. *!M 1 1 M Fox C W, trustee. bale'e.MU « 7t.l00 » *7 Fry, Neel 4 Oo. trustees.Mtl 100 to M Fry, Neal 4 Oo, trustees.MM S 2*0 Hoffman H, trusts*. bel.Ml* 7* *7 M Ball 4 Charles, trustees.2862 10 (M SeeobsM 14Oo,trustees. balance.ISM M0.103 1* Haas! Jobs, trustee.Mil 1M MM i ■ A, trustee .2S78 TO MM ■A, trustee. ...M00 1M.IM It BA.tenstee.MM .» MM ■ £titj*tea.MM W0 MOO t,lniste*.hal.t4M ‘n ®t to __ trusts*.Mot MM am 00 Mnecn L. teustes.......lest tto mm 4 >SS Wekcftcld 4 Co, trustees**'! 40 MM And In accordance with law, and an order of the Board of Director*, mode on the tilth day of August, MTS, *0 many shares of each parcel of each stock a* may ha necessary, will be sold at pabUe auction, at the office of the Company, No. SOS California street. Son Ptsaslaiu.Osfi Wednesday, Ike Tweoly-Udrd Betf afdelektr, MM, Atlha hoar of M o'clock, *., of said day. to pay said delinquent assessmant thereon, to gather with coats of advertising and expenses Sf tbs sale. JAMBS DOLE. Secretary. Office: No. SM California street. Ban Fran cisco. California. o»-td PUREMILK! A* AND Arras THIS DAT* I AM PBE V pared to rurulab f ami Ilea, hotela, restaur ante, hoarding.houaee, or any other par sou with ■Mains, Pare Mitt, from one pint to 1M gal gjjjwlw. at my restdane* on Spring street, h •'•eat reduction will he aiade for larger gdantitie*. WM. *. taylciC POLITICAL. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. r*r »*ver..r, Xj. FL. BRADLiET, of Elko. For Ltentanant Governor, JEWETT W. ADAMS, of Ormeby. For Congrewman, W. E. F. DEAL, " of Storey. •for 8upreme Judge, F. W. COLE, of Eureka. For Attorney General, JOHN B. KITTBELL, of White Pine. For Clerk of the Supreme'Conrt, RICHARD RULE, of Storey. For Secretary of State, GEORGE W. BAKER, of Eureka. For Treasurer, J. E. JONES, of Washoe. For Controller M. R. ELSTNER, of Ormsby. Fur 0U| erintendent of Public Instruction, D. R. SESSIONS, •f Elko. For Surveyor General, 8. H. DAY, of Ormsby. DEMOCRATIC County Ticket. For Senator, M. B. Bartlett. For Assemblymen, J. L. WALKER, R. M. BEAUTY, N. A. CHANDLER, JONATHAN WALKER. For Judge of the Sixth Judicial Distrtct, HENRY RIEVES. For Sheriff, J. B. SINGLETON. For County Clerk, F. H. HAItMON. For Recorder, BENJAMIN C. LEVY. For Treasurer, B. SADLER. For Assessor, THOMAS HALEY. For District Attorney, GEORGE W. MERRILL. For Superintendent of Public Schools, G. J. SCANLAND. For Public Administrator, SAMUEL FREIDMAN. For County Surveyor, THOMAS J. READ. For County Commissioner—Long Term, A. W. CAMPBELL. lor County Commissioner—Short Term, B. J. TURNER. For School Trustees, A. E. TITUS, CHARLES MOORE, A. SKILLS!AN. For Justice of the Peace, SAMUEL GOLDSTONE. For Constable, GEORGE HAYE^. aelO-td EUREKA COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM. The Democratic party of Eureka county de clare : First—Wo denounce the swindle by which the people of the United States were defrauded of their choice for President and Vice Presi dent. Second-We favor the repeal of the National Banking law. Third—We demand a competing Pacific rail road, and to that end ask that such encourage ment should be given to s Southern Pacific railroad as will insure its construction. Fourth—Ws demand that Congress should pass laws regulating fares and freights on s fair and equitable basis, on all railroads passing through different Stales and Territories, and demand that the Legislature of the State of Nevada ah all regulate the fares and freights on all railroads within Its borders. Fifth—We demand such legislation of our State as will compel the railroad companies to pay taxes upon the full cash value of their roads, lands and rolling-stock. Sixth—The proceeds of the mines should bear their equal burden of taxation, and we are opposed to the repeal or modification of the present law upon that subject. Seventh—We favor such legislation, national and Mate, aa will forever stop the importation or Immigration of the Chinese. Eighth—The Hon. L. B. Bradley having, in the primary elections held throughout the Stele, Shown that he is the strongest candidate for Governor, we pledge him our hearty sup port for re-election. Ninth—We will support the platform and candidate! of the Democratic State Convention. XNRBPBNDENT CANDIDATE —roa— TREASURER OF EUREKA COUMTY. T7IELLOW-CITIZEN8 I ANNOUNCE MY X Ml/ Ml lndttp.uil.ut Democratic candidate for County Treasurer, and lit opposition of Ml cUqtM. attd rings, snbject only to • decision by th, pm^i In MM convention or *t the poll,. My opponent* ere ponttUr genii, u«u, not need ing n Mlarjr—one • thrifty wexhant, the other the Agent of a wealthy ExpreM Company. They here advantmjM over me both pecnmiarily end beliig indoieed by the puttee, u now con trolled. I eubmlt my elxfma to the people, M the people'* candidate. I propose to make the net without the uee of in >n*y, promising, if elected, t* keep the peopl e money safely under lock and key, not to be need for trade or speculation. A. D. HOCK. Buraks, September It. 1W«._mlt-tf For thcr Legislature. A T un SOLICITATION OF NUMEROUS A frlenda, I announce myeelf aa an Inde pendent Candidate (or the Legtalature. DAVID DAVIS. Eureka. October 4,1878. oS For Constable. VI N. MOLLY ANNOUNCES HIMSELF Ji. aa an Indrprndeut Candidate fur the coee of Conatable of Eureka Towuahip. Eureka, October 14,1878. olS-td OAUfXONl T HEREBY CAUTION ALL PERSONS FROM 1 puruhaalng any boraea having my branda, (W on left ahouldar.) unlaaa vested on tbe left Fiieve recently Ml See bead of young Amer ican geldlnga, and am credibly informed that certain peraona, In tola county, are la puraea alon of toe aame. Any person giving correct information of the a2d afcjch, to tola otBce, will be auitabiy rewarded. i. B. WITHIHGTON. Euiekajtapi. 17,1878. tfs-lm T 88JLL 8LAIK8, t»F ALL OK JLj ^ectl^Uona. printed to order at tbe SEN. POLITICAL._ REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Congress, I. M. DAGGETT, Of 8torey County. For Governor. JOHN H. KIXKEADf Of Humboldt County. For Lieutenant Governor, HENRY R. MIGHELS, Of Ormaby County. For State Controller, JAMES F. HALLOCK, Of Lincoln County. For Secretary of State, JASPER BABCOCK, Of Storey County, For State Treasurer, L. L. CROCKETT, Of Washoe County. For Justice of the Supreme Court, THOMAS P. HAWLEY, Of White Pine County. For Attorney General, M. A. MURPHY, Of Eameralda County. For Surveyor General, A. J. HATCH. Of Waslioe County. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, JOHN D. HAMMOND, Of Lauder County. For Clerk of the Supreme Court, CHARLES F. BICKNELL, Of Onns'iy County. TRAVELERS’ GUIDE. EUREKA AND PALISADE E-A.XXjEOA.3D NEW ARRANGEMENTS I On and after November 5th, 1877, PAST TPIAIXST WILL RUN FOB Panengers, Balls and Exprcn ONLY, AND WILL Leave Eureka daily at.5:30 a. m. Arrive at Paliaade at.104)0 A. M. Making connection with East and West Bound Trains or the Central Paelllc Railroad. RETURNING: Leave Paliaade daily at.44)0 p. u. Arrive at Eureka at.8:30 p. m. Freight and Accommodation Train: Leaves Enreka daily at.64)0 a. m. Arrives at Palisade at.3:15 p. m. Leaves Palisade daily at.7:15 a. m. Arrives at Eureka at.5:20 P. m. THE COMPANY WILL DELIVER FREIGHT AT HAMILTON, WARD, PIOCHE, TYBO. BELMONT, And >11 point* south, by Its teams, with ssn and dispatch, and at the lowest rates. P. EVERTS, tieueral Rnp’t. El'REKA. TYRO AND BELMONT DAILY STAGEa^UNE! Leaves eureka daily (Sundays Ex cepted), at # o’clock a. m., on and after Monday, April 1,1878, and will arrive at Eure ka daily (Sundays excepted), at 8 o’clock r. M. Runs through to Tybo and Belmont with United Mia ten Mall anal Welle, Farge Sc Ceapaay’a Exprea, Without lay-over. Hereafter we will run a wagon aix times a week from TYBO to BELMONT. Fine horses, Concord Coaches, experienced driver* and excellent accommodation*. Eureka Office at Well*. Fargo k Co'* Office. 0. C. HUNTLEY, Superintendent. SAMX COOPER. Agent at Eureka. oltf EUREKA, HAMILTON ARB PIOCHE STAGES^© LINE! KILMER A SALISBURY, Prapr s. Connecting with the eubeea and Palisade Railroad. Leave* Ranks (or HAMILTON. WARD and PIOCHE, Every morning, at 1 o’clock. Leave* Ftoehe for Ward, Hamilton and Bunks every day, at V o’clock a. i. Carrying D. 8. Mall and Wells, Fargo k Co’s Express. Fine American hones sad new Concord coaches. ORee et Welle. Fargo k Co’s.IT* FISKE’8 BAKERY —AKD— CONFECTIONERY STORE! In Flake's Building, Main at, Eureka. I HAVI JUST OPENED A BAKERY IN Con nection with the Confectionery Store letely occupied by H. Young, and am prepared to furnlah the best of Amerlean Bread,Pies,Cakes,Etc. WEDDING CAKES ANO FANCY PASTRY A SPECIALTY, By leaving orders at tbe Store, gooda will be delivered to any part of the town. FRESH CANDIES, manufactured on the premises, and always on hand in large qunnti tles.CHAS. FIBER, Proprietor. sam'x. none. v. n. naraouDa. i. EVANS, AIEIT. MORE RCYROIaDB A CO., lip)K)rter» *i}4 JobtjcfR of WINES AND LIQUORS, ttt California street, San Francisco. lanAle Agents for tbe Packs Coast fag O. O. Blake’s Bourbon county Whiskies. jel EUREKA OPERA BOUSE Eureka, Nevada. Stabs and combinations visiting the Pec I he Coast will Sad it to their ad vantage to visit this city. House holds 1800. Terms, share or certainty it. B. BAIT LETT. Jjf-tf Proprietor and Manager. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. th. w. manor. o«o. m. aaBin. BISHOP ft SABIN, South Buel street. JOHN T. BAKER, Attorney at law. office in Ryland'a Block, Bateman atreet, Enrcka, Nevada. Particular attention given to the acquiring of of titiee to Government lands. _ DAV. B. BAILY, Attorney at uw. office over Clark’s Store, Eureka, Nevada, cor ner of Main and Clark streets. A. M. HILLHOUSE, Attorney at law. office la the Odd Fellow. Building, up etalle, rooma 1 and I, Eureka, Nevada. • GEO. W. MERRILL, Attorney at uw, mntrict Attorney for Eureka Counly. and NoUry Public. Office in the Court House Building. W. H. DAVENPORT, Attorney at uw. office in the Maaonic Building, up etaira, corner of Main and Clark alrreta, Eureka, Nev. CVTTUn«K THOBKTOK. THO«. WBEK. WREN & THORNTON, Attorneys at law, main street. Eureka, Nevada. OEO. W. BAKER, A TTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTA. ry Public. Office in Dick Ryland’s Brick Building, Bateman street. Eureka, Nevada. C. J. LANSING. I TTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE J\_ over Clark's Store, Eureka, Nevada, coi ner of Main and Clark atreets. LASPEYRE ft BEATTY, Attorney* and counselor* at Law. Office In Ryland’a Brick Build ing, Bateman street, opposite the Jackson House, Eureka, Nevada. A. B. HUNT, Attorney and counselor at Law, 309 Montgomery street. Rooms 6ft and ftft, Nevada Block, San Francisco, Cali fornia. PHYSICIANS. J. A. NESBITT, M. D„ C. M. Office-no. ai buel street, east side, sixth door south of Sentinel office. Eureka, Nevada. au4-tf DR. L. BAZET, PHYAHIAN AND MURUEON, El - reka, Nevada. Office : Monaco’s building, South Main street. Consultations in English, French, Spanish and Italian. DR. JAKES WILLIAMS, PHYSICIAN AND Nl HHEON. OF Acs at the Jackson Hotel, Eureka. DIL G. H. THOMA, T»HYSICIAN AND Sl'RHKON. OF. X flee on Duel street, opposite the Senti nel Office. DR. A. C. BISHOP, PIIYNHTAN and hukheon. Office on Main street, opposite Paxton k Co’s Bank, Eureka. DR.m7r6cKMAN, PHYSICIAN, * I'HHEON. AC X coucher. Oculist and Aurist. Office un der the American Hotel, Clark street, Eureka, Nev. DR J. R. N. OWEN, P1IYMIFIAN AND Ml HHEON F.F reka, Nevada. Office in Clark'a Building, corner of Main and Clark streets. PROFESSIONAL CARDB. thomasj7read, C1V1I. ENGINEER AND t. N. DEP uty Mineral Surveyor. Office in Kyland’s Brick Building, on the corner of Bateman and Bucl streets, up stairs. C. HAMILTON, D. D. S., Dkntimt. booms ovkb Eureka Opera House, corner of Buel and Bateman streets. SOCIETIES. EUREKA LODGE. MO. 16. F. A A. X. mHE STATED COMMUNICATIONS OF EU 1 rcka Lodge, No. 10, F. k A. M., will be held In Masonic Hall, every Saturday even ing on or preceding the full uioon in each month. Called communications every Saturday even Members cf sister lodges, and sojourning brethren in good standing, are cordially Invit ed to attend. H. JOHNSON, W. M. W. P. Stkicheluan, Secretary. RED XKM. WINNEMUCCA TRIBE, NO. 8, IMPROVED Order of Red Men, hold regular coun cils st Masonic Hall on the third sleep of every seven suns' st the seventh run, thirtieth breath. Sojourning braves, warriors and chiefs, are cordially invited to meet in council. H. B. McKEE, Sachem. C. C. Livingston, Chief of Record. al RULJLI4IM ENCAMPMENT MO. lO, Holds regular sessions on the First and Third MONDAYS of each month, at 7J* o'clock, r. m., at Odd Fellows' Building. Sojourning Patriarchs are Invited to attend. BEN. C. LEVY, 0. P. 8. D. Henby, Scribe. Je4tf BEATIFIC* LODGE, MO. 7, K. OF P., Tk/f RETS BACH FRIDAY OF- EVERY JjX month, at 7 30 o'clock p. m., at its Castle Hall, in Odd Fellows’ building. All Broil »r Knights, in good standing, are fraternally invited to attend such meetings. C. L. BROY, C. .0 H. B. McKie, K. of R. and 8. iT. JOHN'S CHAPTER, MO. 5. The stated convocations of st. John’s Chapter, No. 5, R. 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. Dubuey, Secretary. RUREKA LODGE. NO. 33, I. O. O. F„ TkTEET AT THEIR HALL EVERY THUR8 ilX day evening at 8 o'clock. Brethren in good standing are cordially invited to attend. WM. DOOLIN, N. Q. J. McG. Scott, Secretary. UI1AL OHAHU£ LUDUE, NO. 131. fpHE REGULAR MEETINGS Of THIS 80 X. ciety take place on the firat and third Mon day. of each month, in Masonic Hail, at 7 do o'clock, sharp. All brethren In good standing ere Invited to attend. d. McKinnon, w. m. D. McDonald, Secretary. MOUNTAIN LOME NO. 37.1.0. O. F„ Meet evert Saturday evening at Odd FelloW Hall, at 1 o'clock. AU members of Iht order. In good standing, are in vited to attend. W. J. SMITH. N. G. H. R. Mclrr, Secretary. fpra A. 0. H. MEETS EVERY FIRST AND X t .ml Betnrday evening of eoch month, st lue comer of Clark and Monroe streets, until further notice. JOHN FLYNN. President. Tuoe. Mrarnv, Secretary. I. r. or. BED CMOfML Meet eveby Wednesday evening at half-past T o'clock J. STRAUS, E. C. CHINE8ECURE8! OR. MEN LEE, The Celebrated Chinese Physician, IS PBKPABBD TO TBEAT PATIENTS IN the moat scientific manner. He haa made medicine hia lifetime study, and curea almost every diaeaae. He curea rheumatism in a abort time. He bag new remedies for all SPECIAL DtBJBABBS, and can cure them very quickly. Hia medicines are all given hot. He uses no cold remedies. He haa made a number of aatoniahlug curea. and all peraoua ailing should at once cum*nlt him. Chronic diaeasea yield readily to hia remedies, and curea where many others have failed. NOTICE—I am » graduate of the medical School of Canton. OFFICE—Hod Building, weet side of Monroe •treet. jel tf j ELECTION NOTICE. Election Notice. IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF THE Board of County Commissioners of Eureka County, Nevada, made and entered in the min utes of said Board, October 7, 1H78, notice is hereby given that on the FIRST TUESDAY IN NOVEMBER, 1878, to wit: TUESDAY, NOVENBR 5, At the following-named places in Eureka Coun ty, to wit: At the California Lodging-house, Eureka. At the Court-house, Eureka. At the Miners’ Union Hall, Ruby Hill. At the Richmond Company’s Office, Ruby Hill. At Louck’s Hotel /Devil's Gate. At T. D. Page s Station, Fish Creek. At the Atlas Hoisting Works, Prospect Mountain. At the house of Henry Fish, Pinto. At th« house of B. Galen, Vanderbilt. At Wenban's Store, Cortes. At the Railroad Station, Beowawe. At the house of J. Marchant, Palisade. At the house of P. N. Hansen, Pine Station. At the Sulphur Springs Station, Diamond Valley. At the house of E. P. Richardson, Roberts Creek. At the house of J. Allison, Allison’s Ranch. At James White’s Ranch, Diamond Valley. At the office of the Mineral Hill Mining Com pany, Mineral Hill. At the house of James Butler, Fish Creek Wells. At the Willows Station, Austin Road. At the house of E. Boomhower, Alpha. At the Slough House, Austin Road. At the Railroad Depot, Hay Ranch. An election will be held for the following officers, to wit: STATE OFFICERS. governor. Lieutenant Governor. Secretary of State. State Controller. State Treaaurer. Attorney General. Surveyor General. Superintendent of Public Instruction. One Representative In Congress. One Justice of the Supreme Court. Clerk of the 8upreme Court. LEGISLATIVE OFFICERS. One State Senator. Four Assemblymen. DISTRICT OFFICER. One District Judge for the Sixth Judicial District. COUNTY OFFICERS. Sheriff. Recorder. County Clerk. County Treasurer. Assessor. District Attorney. Public Administrator aud Coroner. County Surveyor. County Superintendent of Public Schools. One County Commissioner, long term. One County Commissioner, short term. TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. One Justice of the Peace for each Township. One Constable for each Township. One School Trustee for each School Dis trict—long term. One School Trustee for each School District, two year*—short term. Which election shall be opened not later than eight o’clock a. m., aud continue until six o’clock i*. m. of the same day. And thnt all election tickets or ballots for the ensuiug General election in the County of Eureke, State of Nevada, be printed or written on a good quality of white book paper, tbe same to have no emblems or designs thereon whatever, wheieby the same could be distin guished by the back, or. when folded, from any other legal ticket or ballot; aud that said ticket be four by ten inches iu size. Witness my hand and the Seal of the Board of County Commissioner* (of Eureka County, Nevada, this 7th day of October, A. D. 187 v. F. li. HARMON, Clerk of the Board of County Commissioner*. By L. MOL!NELI.I. Deputy Clerk. o8-td BAItBEllS AND IiATMS. Pioneer Barber Shop and Bath House, North Main Street, Eureka. mHE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING OPENED X the above establishment, offers bis pro fessional services to ail who desire a first-class physiognomical hair-cut, or an ecstatic shave. Hair t utting. 50 Ceuta. Sliampoo tnff, 50 ( cuts. Connected with the estab lishment are several neat and .elegant Bath Room*, where ATMRJathe most desirable Hot or Cold baths can be had at all times. HATH*. 50 CENTS. A share of public patronage is solicited. JAMES M. M. MOODY, Proprietor. BERRY & M GIME^ JAMES BERRY, R. M. M( GAMES. Have bought out T. Better, aud now open up the SILVER BRICK Bath House & Barber St®, IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE. EVERYTHING about the establishment has undergone an overhauling, and now presents a very inviting appearance. They solicit a liberal share of patronage. South Main Street. Eureka, Nevada. 07*Near the Turner House. sep3-tf Notice to the Ladies. WILLIAM MILLER, HAIRDRESSER —AND • WIG MAKER 1 HAS JUST ARRIVED FROM PIOCHE, and la prepared to do All Kinds of Ladle*' llalrwerk. Place of busiracRB, two door* north of the Turner Eouas. Berry k McGaines* Bathing and Shaving Saloon, the only place In Eureka to get a first-claaa bath. Eureka, June 18.1878. jell Parker House BARBER SHOP HAVING PURCHASED THE BUSINESS and good will of the above eatablishmeut. I take this method of iufonniug tbe public that I will conduct A NO. I AHA VINO HA LOON In all its branches. J. HABTENSTEIN, Proprietor. Eureka, Aug. 13.1HTB,aull-tf MRS. P. GALLAGHER, (Formerly of the Parker House Restaurant,) Mouth Mala Mlreet, Karelia, ■ Tar© doors above the Turner House, Main St. This restaurant has ^ been opened in flrst-clasa style, and will be conducted on that principle. Meals are served ^SSmmSSL according to order, and every edible tue mar ket affords will alwava be k*pt on hand. The establishment ia cosy and homelike, and every provision ia made for the comfort of guests. ■••la Will Be Nerved at All Hear*. Eureka, October 7, 1878. o8-tf Dissolution Notice. Notice is hereby given, that thb copartnership hitherto existing between John McElroy and Owen McDermott, in the “Bacramento Blacksmith Shop," on South Main street, is this dsy dissolved by mutual consent. John McElroy will continue the busi ness st the old stand, collecting sll bills and settling all debts due from the Tate Arm. john Mcelroy, owen modekmott. Eureka. October 1,1878. ol-30d IIA.B.MON COUNTY CLERK. AND FX-OFFI cio Clerk of the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District, in and for the County of Eureka, State of Nevada. CONVEYANCING, la all its branches, cor. rectly executed. Acknc w lodgments, Affidavits, etc., takeu in any part cf; own. Offices Front corner ices* it the Oonrt-honee. DRAYMAN. Believing that thebe is a nkoes uty to, another 1X1710.0 to Eureka, I will endeavor to All tb. bill. Stand between Henry M.u'e and tb. Jarkaun Hwuti. auJOU HABLO THOMAS. BILLIARD PARLORS AND SALOONS. THE EL DORADO SALOON. UP STAIRS. JAMES M. KELLOGG, Proprietor. THI FINEST BILLIARD AND CLUB ROOMS IN THE 8TATE. THE WHOLE ESTABLISHMENT IS En tirely new, and the Billiard Table, are of the latest pattern,. The Bar will at all Umea be furnished with the beat of Liquors and Cigars. Tbs comfort and entertainment of patrona will be studied by the Proprietor and attaches. BILLIARDS! rj«HE LARGEST AND FINEST BILLIARD 8 A LOON IN THE STATE. STOJSTE BT7ir.r>I3SrC». Corner Main and Clark Street!, Enreka. GEO, THACHER AND CLAY SIMMS. PROP’S. THE SAZERAC SALOON. MAIN STREET, EUREKA. SMITH A. CAN AVAN, Proprietor*. Refitted and Refurnished. Making it oxfc of the most attbac tire places in Eureka. THE HILLIARD PARLOR Attached to the SAZERAC la the «ne»t billiard room iu town, containing the newgat and moet improved table#. " SALOONS. ED. IDE-A-KT’S SALOON, No. 32 North Main Street, two doors north of the International Hotel. THE BEST OP WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. rIS SALOON IS NEW THROUGHOUT IN furniture and appurtenances, and has card rooms and convenient entrances. Experienced and familiar bar-keepers will attend to the wants of the customers of ED. DEAN k CO. Eureka, Nev., October 7, 1M78. ob-tf operFIw saloon. Corner of Buel and Bateman streets. Fine wines, liquors and cigars,— the best in town. OLD MAN LEVAN, Proprietor. Eureka Oct. 7. 187H. oH-tf BRILLIANT SALOON MTOBY * MAYO*. I'ropr*. Main Street, Eureka, Nev. Th* Finest Wines, Liprs aid Cigars. '■'HE SALOON IS NEWLY FITTED UP. j and in First-Class iu every respect. HOT LUNCH ! Front 13 M. to 4 P. M. Evert Bax (28-tf 8TOBY k MAYOR. Propre. PERRI S SiLOOir -CORNER OF Main and Bateman Streets EUREKA, 3STE"V. -THE CHOICEST Wines, Liquors and Cigars Obtainable in the San Francisco market con. stantly on hand. Eureka, August 10.1878. aulO-tf EUREKA SALOON! Mfxt door to the C'oart-Honoo. I HAVE THIB DAY PUUOHA8ED THE ABOVE named saloon from David Meyers, an 1 will hereafter rnu It aa a Fir*t-'*Us* Baloon, and will at all times keep the beat of Liquors & Cigars, And will be pleased to see all my old friends and customers. ANTON THIEBKAUF. Eureka, Bept. 17, 1878. ael8-lm THE TIGER SALOON. JOE MENDES, Proprietor. This saloon has been fitted up with a view te comfort, unsurpassed by any similar establishment In the State. To a stranger it is a perfect mystery. Up-stairs or down, turn ss you will, you And yourself be fore a BAB, Supplied with the choicest brands of WINES. LIQUORS ANO CIGARS. Experienced and attentive barkeepers are al ways in attendance to serve the patrons of the house. San Jou Fredarlekaburg Saar Constantly on Draught. THE PALACE SALOON. MAIN STREET, EUREKA. LUTHER CLARK, Propr’r. IT AS KITTED UK, IN THE BERT STYLE, XI tbe above tUluon, wb.ru I. kept only the Oboic.it brand, of WINES. LIQUORS ANO CIGARS. IF Call and be convinced. CALIFORNIA HOUSE Mil* BRANDT. Pr*pr. T X* E SALOON Attached to the above popular Hotu. bee been opened In ftret-vlua atyle. COLD BBBR! Ol the Bwl Quality, a lyeetalty. •KThe publio ere rordielly Invited to drop In end teat the quality of the Liquor, end Cigar*. eepS-tf APPLICATIONS FOB PATENT. ther application for a patent Yor *s*?--"y ^ d«d (l.ooo) tiBWf wVi* mine, or vein, bearing .liver, wtVtSZ face ground two hundred 1300) feet In wi2>r rituate, lying and being In *n«4a MlWng'B^* trlct, county of Eureka, and Bute of nL^I and known and daalgnaM by ?. ”*!*?*■ and offlctal flat on Main thla oMra aa Lotw? cue hundred and Ifty-Hve (1M). The bounder!ce of amid Lot Mo. its being naf^ lowe, to-wlt: Varlatlan l«H deg. E. Conuneoe" Ing at a poet marked Mo. 1, If. g. gurJl^e ISO, whence the flagaUg In the town of Eureka bear. N 36 deg. M min. E. 14.830 feet Robl Hill No. 1 bear. N. IS deg. tl min. W.gju f!l7 and tbe Blue Bird and Clipper shaft bear, g u deg. 3 min. E. 7*1 feat ; thence running erti S®”** s “'‘vd*J;E;iS0 f£‘ ,opo*‘ “hrth No! 2, U. 8. Survey No. 156 ; thence second conn* 8. 84% deg. K. 1,600 feet to post marked NoTT U. 8. Survey No. 155 ; thence third course's* 55% deg. W. 200 feet to post marked No. 4, U 8* Survey No. 155, the same being post No. 8 of’IT* 8. Survey No. 135. Blue Bird lode, and thenca* fourth course N. 84% deg. W. 900 feet to noaft No. 2, of aaid U. 8. Survey, No. 135, 1,600 feet to post No. 1, the place of beginning, contain, ing 6 89-100 acres. Thla claim la bounded on tbe west by the Blue Bird mind. The location of this mine is duly recorded la the Recorder’s office of Kureka Mining Dis trict, on page 191, In Book E of the Eureka District Mining Records. Any aud all per sons claiming adversely any portion of said Clipper mine or said mining ground m herein, before described, are required to file their ad verse claim with the Register of the United States Laud Office, at Eureka, In the State of Nevada, during the sixty days period of pub lication hereof, or they will be barred by Tirtor of the provisions of tne statute. aug20-00d D. B. IMMEL, Register. APPLICATION FOR A PATENT TO THE BANNER MINE—No. 4fil.—U. 9, Land Office, Eureka, Nevada, August 99. 1978. Notice ia hereby given, that Peter McGarry, whose poetofflce addreea la Eureka Nevada, haa this day filed hie application for a patent lor twelve hundred (1,200) linear feet •f the Baueer mine or vein, bearing ellver, with surface , (round two hundred (100) feet in width, situate, lying and being in Eureka. Mining District, County of Eureka and Stele of Nevada, and known and designated by Uu field notes and official plat on file in this office as Lot No. 156. Tbe exterior boundaries of said lot No. 156 being as follows, to wit: Variation 16% deg- east. Commencing at a poet marked No. 1, U. 8. Survey No. 156, whence the flegatefl In the town of Eureka beers N. *29 deg. 49 mis. E.. 17,978 feet; Ruby Hill No. 1 bears X. 0 dag 22 min. W., 10.983 feet. Tbe Banner ahtft bears N. It % deg. W. 357 feet, and poat No. 8 of United States Hurvey No. 123. Charleston Lods bears N. 2 deg. W. 55% feet; thence running 1st course N. 31 % deg. W. 612 test, to poat marked No. 2 U. 8. Survey No, 156; thence 2d course X. 17% deg. W. 687 5-10 feet, to poat marked Xo. 9 U. 8. Survey Xo. 166: this poet stands on the eastern boundary of U. 8. Survey No. 197, Lot A, Matamnraa Lode, whence poat No. 1 of the N. E. corner of said Mataiuoras Survey, bears N. 10% deg. W. 872 feet; thence 8d course X. 59% deg. E. 206 feet, lo poat marked Ho. 4 U. 8. Survey No. 156; thence 4th course 8.17% deg. E. 612 S-lOf.feet, to poat marked No. 6 U. 8, Survey No. 156; thence 5th course M. 81% deg. E. 394 2-10 feet, to poet marked Xo. • U. 8. Hurvey No. 156. Thla poat stands on the west, era boundary of U. 8. Hurvey No. 128, Charles, bin Lode, whence post No. 4. the N. W. corner of tl is Charleston -urvey beats N. 16% deg. E. 367 7-10 feet ; tbrure 6tb course 8. 16% deg. W. 43-10 feet, to pout marked No. 7 U. 8. Survey No. 166; thence 7th course H. 24% deg. E. 202 3-19 feat, to post marked No. 8 U. H. Survey No. 156; and thence Hth course 8.58% deg. w. 172 6-10 feet, to v*mt No. 1, tbe place of beginning, cos. taining 5 44-100 acres. Thla claim la bounded on the east by the Chsrleston. and west by the Matamoraa mines. The location of Ibis mine in duly recorded in the Recorder s Office of Kureka Mining District, on page 48, in Book D, of the Mining Records of said District. Any ami all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Banner mine, or said mining ground aa bereinltefore described, are required lo file their adverse claim with the Register of the United States Laud Office, at Eureka, in the state Of Nevada, during the alxty dava period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute, an30-64at D. B. IMMU1 , Register. APPLICATION I OII A PATENT fpo THK DELAWARE MINE.-No. 468. X United HUtix Land Office, Eureka, Ne vad*. Bept. 10. 1m7H. Notice I* hereby given, that R. Sadler, whose Postoffice add ten* ia Eureka, Nmdi. baa thin day filed his applica tion for a patent for seven hundred and ninety - two (7921 linear feel of the Deleware mine or vein bearing ailver with surface ground tw»» hundred (200) feet in width, situate, lying and Ix-iug in Eureka Mining District, County of Eureka, and Htate of Nevada, and known and designat' d by the fit Id notes and official plat on file in this office aa lot number one humirsd and fifty-seven (157). The exterior l*o undarts* of said Lot No. 157 being a* follows, to wit: Variation deg. east. Commencing at a post marked No. 1, IT. B. Burvey No. 1B7, the same being post No. 1 of the If. 8. survey No. 1*23, Charleston Lode, whence the flagstaff Id the town of Eureka, bears N. 29 decs, and 43 min. E. 17/29*2 feet; Ruby Hill No. 1 nears S.t deg*. 50 min. W. 10.3*25 feet, and the Delewara shaft bear* N. 2 deg*. W. 316 feet; them* run nlng 1st course N. 73 H W. 200 feet to pos. marked No. ‘2 V. B. survey No. 157, and No. 4 of said survey No. 123; theme 2d course, N. 14R deg*. E. 79*1 feet, to post marked No. IV. fl. survey No. 157; thence 3d course B. 7*H deg*. E. 200 feet, to post marked No. 4, U. 8. survey No. 157. anti tuence 4th course 8. 16H dega W. 793 feet to post No. 1 the place of beginning, remaining 3 64-100 acres. This claim is bounded ou the south by the Charleston mine. The location of this mine Is duly recorded tn the Recorder** offiea of Eureka Mining District, on page 53, In Booh I), of the Mining Records of said District. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Deleware mine or said mining ground as hereinbefore described, are required to file their adverse claim with tha Register of the Lulled Htate* Land Office, at Eureka, in the Bute of Nfevada, during the sixty days Eriod of publication hereof, or they will ha rred by virtue of the provision* of the statute. seM-HOd D. B. 1MMEL, Register. -■■■■ _l .--l"1,LL_L-LJL-JHB Notice of Assessment. KX. CONHOLIDATrb MIKING CO* • pany. location of principal place of business. Ban Frsuciaco, California. Location of works. Eureka Mining District, Eureka County, Btste of Nevada. Notice ia hereby given that at a meet lug of the Board of Trus tee*. held on the 13th dsy of fleptember, 1*78. an assessment of One Dollar per share was levied upon the capital stock of the Corpora' lion, payable inimc« <‘«tely in United Stairs Kid coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the in pany, Room No. 44, Nevada Block, No. M Montgomery street. Ban Francisco, California. Any atock upon which tbia aaaeaament ahall remain unpaid on the 10th day of October, 1876, will be delinquent, and advertised for self •* Cubite auction; and unless payment la mads tfore will be sold on Thursday the 7th day aa November, 1«7B. to pay the delinquent aaaeaA meat, together with costa of advertising and expense* of sale. By order of Trustees. Office, 44 Nevada Block, No. 909 Montgomery Street, Ban Frsuciaco, California. aa!7-tf Delinquent Assessment Notice. TO H. VOKBtnO. HIH HEIB8 OR AHRIOKR —Von an km, notUkad that I ban pm formed labor on the Montesuma mine, situated In the Eureka Mining District, Nevaka, since the enactment of tha mining law of Congress, approved May 10. 1872, and for assessment work aa required by aaid law, In the sum of Eleven hundred dollars (01.100) In V. 8. coin—Interests In said mine are divided aa fol low a : Julius Kohl. 800 feet; H. Vorberg. 900 feet—and that unless you pay your proportion of aaid labor, amounting to $550, within 90 day* after the publication of this notice, your iatrr eat in aaid mine will become my property by law. JVLWi E01&. Eureka, Nevada, August 20,1879. auJO-Sm Assessment Notice. ri «0 ELLIS P. LEWIS AMD HERBERT DAVMi 1 Yon are hereby noUSed that I bare per formed labor on (ha YOUNG OPHIBMIBI, situated on thn west aide of Mineral Hill.» Eureka Mining DIstHot, Bunks county, N* rads, since IOTA up to this dole, to the MM amount of the aeeeeement work on eetd mlM, according to the law nf Ckmgroae of the United States, approved May 10, MW, and the Acta amendatory thereof and supplements* thereto; end that nuleee yon, and each Ml™ pay yonr proportion of aald amount witW» ninety daye, your Interest in said mine «'■* **■ coma mr property. JOHN H. BOBEBTS. Eureka, Eureka county. Nav., August M, augfit-lawfim Delinquent Assessment Notioe. TO TIMOTHY LYNCH—YOU ABE HEBEBY notified that 1 have performed labor on the Excelsior Mine, sltusled In the Eureaa Mining District, Nevada, since 1*M> up to mj date of this notice, amounting to one hunaran mine, and that unleea yon pay eald amom>J within »0 daya attar the publication notice, your Interest In aald mine will b«co my prsperty by law. M. P. MUBPB ^ Eureka. Nav., Aug.«. A. D. IMA. »*T T O kTe N T, A CABIN IN THE CENTRAL PA»T <W 'A of town. Apply at this **er.