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PAINTEB8 AND CONTKACTOR8. HENRY RIXEN, PAINTER^ PAPER HAHGERARO CALCIAIMER -o SION PAINTING NEATLY EXECUTED. Order, left et iNfii Corps liter Akop on Bobbin’s street, will receive prompt slten U°«. . Norsk.. M.T «, W?»_ mft " JOHN FMMtCO., PAINTERS, Paper Hangers, Calciminers, l>l»lilet*n Mi Nellrwe tinker*. WE SOLICIT A SHARE OF PUBLIC PAT ronsge, and promise lo Clvo Complete Satisfaction, In both Work end Prices. Order, left et HENRY KIND'S STORK will HESS, SKINNER A ISRAEL, PAI1STTE IR/S, Paper Hangers and Calciminers. All work done in a workmanlike manner and Warranted. Leave Order* at H. lohnaon* Store, Ma*n Street. Eureka, April », 1X79._ B. X. BOOKS. A- QCAKTBSIX. BOONE t QUANTRELL, Contractors and Builders, goutli Main Street, Oppoisite the Eureka Lumber Yard. I1STIMATES MADE ON BRICK AND WOOD li Buildings. Plans and Specifications Furnished. Jobbing Promptly Attended to. Eureka, April 1,1K79. »l tf H. R. 8HAWNES8, CONTRACTOR -AMD builder. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS »lrB nlahed when dealred. The beat of reference* given. Leave ofdera at JOHN MeO. SCOTT'S Beal firtate Agency, 33 Main street. Eureka, April 31, 1879.»p33-lf ALBERT ROSENHEIM, IS JOB MENDES’ BUILD (NO, MAIS 8T., Eureka, Nevada. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CIGAB, TOBACCO ——AMD NOTION DEALER. tOT Agent for all the Genuine Havana Brnnda. Eureka, May 24,1870. BjrM-tf RUBY HILL OPERA HOUSE. PTWIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN MADE THE COZIEST OPERA HOUSE In the State, at a large expense, and parties de eiroua of engaging It for Theatrical or other Entertainments, can do so by applying at my •tore in New Town. JAMES HAMPTON, Agent. Ruby Hill, May 14, 1879. myl-tf A BARGAIN. No Fumes, Dust, Floods, or Danger of Fire. A DESIRABLE BUILDING LOT. 40x75 feet, south of N. A. Chandler’s atone house, on Nob Hill, ia for sale. For particu* lam. inquire on the premises. Eureka. May 28, 1F79. m>29-tf MRS. GEO. A. DAVIS ftoutb Until UrMt, DEADER IN SEOOND-HAND FURNITURE THE HIGHEST PRICES WILL BE PAID for all articles offered for sale. Goods sold on small commissions. A share of the public patronage ia solicited. Eureka, March 21.1879. mr22tt Dissolution. The copartnership heretofore ex fating, under the firm name of Peed & Co., Is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Jus. C. Dean and A B. Harvey withdrawing. Frank Peed will continue (he business under the Arm name of Frank Peed fc Co., at the old stsnd, who will make all collections and nay outstanding bills. FRANK PEED, JAS. C. DEAN, A. B. HARVEY. Eureka, Nevada, May 27, 187W. iuy28 lrn Notice of Dissolution. FflHE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE X existing between the undersigned, under the Arm nsuie of F. J. SCHNEIDER A CO., has been dissolved by mntuel consent. M. B. CHAMRLIN. F. t. dCHNElDER. Enreke, April 98, 1871. mylS NOTICE TjKREDITORs! ALL PER80N8 KNOWING THEMSELVES Indebted to D. HASH MM, will nle.se rail at hia former olaee of biuineae, at Frank Doutrick k tVa, and make settlement. By ao doing, they will avoid coat and trouble. All btlla against me will be paid upon pfe aentatlon. D. MANHEIM. Eureka, May 11, 1879, mvl'l-tf 3X731.10 NOTICE. I TAKE THIS METHOD OF INFORMING the public that I will not be responsible foe any debta or cuntracta that my husband, W. T. Poplin, may make. MBS. POPLIN. Eureka, May 9,1879. my3-tr TAKE NOTICE F.RMERS, ranchers anb dairymen— Take notice, that the Ranch on Dnckwater, formerly occupied by J. JAQl'lSH, will be eold by me, at Fakllr Anrllun. on the 18th day ef June, 1879, In front of the Parker House, Eureka. Nevada. D. MANHEIM. Eureka, May JO, 167V. myjl-td FOB SALE ASP TO LET. FOR SALE. A FURNISHED HOUSE. The undersigned ts desirous m— of wiling a Furulabed Houae of Jjjj three room., with a aUbla connected.— tw'X.^TwAQON will be sold cheep. :ur.r.p^yr',<*,k,V5sn,rs(,ArDorY.p‘r ncni m, yy wfh ,nd of gh,rid,n avenue Eureka. May 54.1(09. my95-tf ENGINES FOR SALE. — A PAIR OF 8x12 DOUBLE HORIZONTAL ENGINES, with double reel#, clutches and pout break*. The Engine* have cut gearing, h< risontal tubular boiler, heater, teed pump, and everything complete, and are flr*t-cla*a in every reaped. Apply to W. H. REMINGTON k CO . Eureka, or PARKE It LACY, my 13-1 in 417 Market St., San Franclaco. "THE CORNER" LOT FOR SALE. That valuable property on the cornecofM.il. .nd Clark »tree4a, 30x100 feet together with the atone wall* and iron door* will be sold cheap, upon application to H.LLHOUSEACOLE,A.Uy..o,THAcHEii 216 Front Street, San Franclaco. Eureka. May 7,1979. mystf FOR SAIjE. House and lot on main st*eit. Ruby Hill: alao, Store Fixture.,JtiX, Show-caeca, Counter*. Shelrea. Stool., etc., and au A 1 Grover and Baker Sewing Machine. Ap ply to LAMBERT MOHNELLI k CO. Eureka. April 24. 1S79. ap2i-tf Officesto Let. THREE ROOMS, SUITABLE FOR OFFICES, on the corner of Bateman and Buel atreeta, ate now ready for eecnpanla. For particular., apply to MRS. M. A. ASH1M. Eureka, May 27,1879. _my28-tf For Sale or Rent. _ : The tremont house, opposite the Richmond Company's Works, la for Saleor U-nt. For particulars, ap ply to M. D. FOLEY, Eureka, or to v ’ H. R. KEMP, myt-tf 652 Market Street, Ban Francisco. For Sale or To Let. Arouse of two rooms, also m Counters and Shelving, may be had Bail at a bargain, by early application at“™ Miller's Hair-dressing Saloon, next door to the Turner House, or to _ AUNT HANNAH. Eureka, April 23, 1879. ap24 If Offices and Rooms to Let. Front rooms on main street, suit. able lor offices, and furnishod Bleeping rooms In connection, if required. For particu lara, apply to W. WILLOUGHBY. ap9-tf Over Dunkcl k Co's Dry Goods Store. TO KENT. 1 BUSINESS HOUSE ON SOUTH Aaaak il. Main street ia for rent, at reason- !|JJ1 able terms. Inquire of J. H ALDERSON, or J. 8. WHITTON. Eureka, April 26, 1879. ap27-tf ROOMS TO LET SEVERAL LARGE AND COMFORTABLE Rooms, in suit* or Mingle, can be had by Inquiring of JAME8 A. DENTON, At tbe Consolidated Boarding Houee, North Main atreet. Eureka, December 10,187 dll ATTORNEYS AT LAW. C. J. LANSING, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE IN Odd Fellow*' Building, over Well*, Fargo k Co'* Eipre** Offlce. Eureka, May 20, 1873. my'Jltf r. W. COLE. A. M. H1LLH0C*E. HILLHOUSE & COLE, Attorney* at law, f.yreka, Nevada. Booms 1 and 2, Odd Fellows' Building. F. H. HARMON, Attorney at law. office At the Assessor’s office, in the Court house. A. L. FITZGERALD, Attorney at law, and def I'TY DI8TR1CT ATTORNEY. Offlc* Booms 1 and 2, Odd Fellows' Building, Eu reka, Nevada. WM. W. BISHOP. GKO. If. BABIN. BISHOP A SABIN, Attorneys at law. ei rrka, Nevada. Office—In Bishop’s Building, South Buel street. JOHN T. BAKER, Attorney at law. office in Kyland's Block, Bateman street, Eureka Nevada. Particular attention given to the acquiring of of titles to Government lands. GEO. W. MERRILL, i TTORNEY AT LAW. OIMTRICT A Attorney for Eureka County, and Notary Public. Office in the Court House Building. CBITTZNDEN THORNTON. THOS. WREN. WREN & THORNTON, Attorney* at law main street, Eureka, Nevada. GEO. W. BAKER, Attorney at law aki> nota ry Public. Offlce in Dick Byland’s Brick Buildiug, Bateman street. Eureka, Nevada. LASPEYRE A BEATTY, A TTORXEYA AMD COIJXAELORS A at Law. Offlce in Kyland’s Brick Build ing, Bateman street, opposite the Jacksen House, Eureka, Nevada. A. B. HUNT, A TTORNEY ANO COINNELOR at Law, 309 Montgomery street, Booms 65 and 66, Nevada Block. Ban Francisco. Cali fornia. Slnaii, Hyfle & Compy, SAN FRANCISCO. Largest Music House on the Coast. FulAc Comet Agents for the Celebrated WEBER PIANOS —AND— Estey Organs. Manufacturer* of th* SHERMAN A HYDE PIANO! For Bras* Instruments, SHEET JvtXJSIO, And everything In the Music Line, addraea SHEBMAN, HYDE & 00., SAN FRANCISCO. Pianot and Organ* Sold on Suy Term*. Bbeet Music Depot at ■•rri. U. Jowpk'i I.eNeu |.|e .TMj M»r«t Laralta. FAMILY GROCERIES._ HIRAM JOHNSON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In ■ TAFLI AMD F AM C T GROCERIES —JUfP— PRO "V I S X O N S I Chicago Hams and Breakfast Bacon, Augur cured, slwsys on hand. NEW BUILDING—OLD STAND, Main street, Nottti of Clark, Eureka, Nevada. niy3tf J. MARCHANT litas J«»* opened n FAMILY GROCERY PROVISION STORE, XTEXT door to the dry goods store of Moclaren k Macdonald, where he will keep the CHOICEST GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, And aell aa cheap as the cheapest. t^Trade solicited. Goods delivered freo of har&e. mrtl tf Family Grocery —AXD— VEGETABLE STORE. IN. L. GREGOVICH, 'V'EXT TO THE PEOPLE’S MARKET, WILL keep constantly on hand all kitfda of Vegetables, Fruit, Fish, Eggs and Poultry, And. In fact, everything generally found in a first-class family mnrket. Eureka, April 1. 1879. al-tf WASHING. EUREKA STEM LAUNDRY COM Y. Laundry on Main Street, south of the Rich mond Smelting Works. WASHING CALLED FOR AND DELIV ered in any part of the city, and will be done in one day, when desired. Work done at the same prices as at San Fran cisco laundries. List of prices furnished bv the drivers. FORD k DRAKE. Proprietors. Eureka. May 1, 1879. niyi-tf IS “ L EO I” fe? The Norman Horse Association WILL STAND THE WELL-KNOWN STI’D ••Leo,” at CRAWFORD’S, in Hunting ton ralley, in Elko county, commencing on the 15tli day of April, and continue until the 1st day of September, 1879. The horse i« well known in this section of the country, having already stood two seaaon*. He is n full-blooded, imported Norman borne, and weighs 1,780 pounds. Will stand at 840 the season— 810 down and 830 when the mare is taken away. Good attention and pasturage for mares at $3 per ra • nth. For particulars, address J. D. DAIIMS. mr2f. 3ra nuntington Valley Postoflice. CITY DRUG STORE HAS .A-O^AIKT Resumed Business, IN MONACO'S BUILDING, On South Main Street. Eureka. May 8, 1879. myO tf B. REINHART. J. P. EDOFF. REINHART & CO., Dealers In Whole and Ground BARLEY, FLOl'R, WHEAT, BRAN AND SHORTS. Barley Cround to Order. AGENTS FOB THE SHXJTLER ’W.A.a-OiN’ AGENTS FOB PLOWS, MOWERS, REAPERS, And .11 kind, of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. A 1*0 Agent* for the Celebrated ST. LOUIS BUDWEISER EEER. All Good* delivered to any part of town free of charge. OFI ICE—North Main Street, neat door to the Iron Hall. Eureka. Nev. jeltf NOTICE TOJIIILDERS. Notice is hereby given, that Sealed Propoxate will be rereived up to and including the FIRST DAY OF JUNE, 1879, to furniah the labor and material, AND BUILD AND COMPLETE THE International Hotel, On the east side of Main Street, in the town of Eureka. Said Building is to be built from the foundation wall, which will be constructed bv the owner, and to lw ail completed and re* dv for occupancy by the first of September. 1879. Said Building to be constructed in accordance with the plans snd specifications now on ex blbition at the o«ce of f! M. Bennett, to whom -Wailed pimpoaala ahall be delivered. The party to whom the contract ahall be it *mf",r,‘d *» furniah a good and ,.bS!!d,n,,‘* '"m of «ve Thouaand >» epproved by me, for the faithful ,hf lmlldlnK tn accordance with Labi uj7‘<?;..Mld tb® '■on,r*1'' price ahall be Ilwav? the bntldlnY Progreaaea. ,!"rvl"s ** p«r cent, until the com *-"• »»® Eur*k». May n, llfI9. D~ m',M40tL' Regll & Waldvogel’s DAIRY PURE MILkTnd CREAM! SESme“ <JlANT,TY *> *—• - ■>*>«* , . _ REGM k Y.’ALDYOGEL. Enreka. November 19 1878. nJ0 I) I 1.1. H K A I> ». I.KTTRHIIKA DM WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS. FINE JEWELRY! P. STELBR, Watchmaker JEWELER, No. 9 Main Street, HE BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS cus tomers and the public that he has just received a New and Well-Selected Stock Of the latest patterns of FINE JEWELRY, In addition to his large and fine stock which he keeps constantly on hand, consisting of D-l-A-M-O-N-D-S, COLD AND SILVER WATCHES, Gold Chains, verv fine Jewelry, all solid gold, of all kinds ; solid Stiver and plated Ware, end O Xj O O K S Of every description ; all of which he gunran teea to be <rf the best quality, and warranted as represente.d, and w hich he offers to sell at -5 per ceut. less tiuui any other house in Eastern Nevada. Also, a good assortment of Pebble, Concave and Convex SPECTACLES and EYE-GLASSES. Please call at the store, one d**«r south of Ashiin k Bro’a, and examine my magnificent stock of goods before purchasing elsewhere No trouble to show goods. Prices to suit tii* times. N. B.—Special attention paid to watch-work. 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. IP. SSTEXjEIF*.. Eureka, April 12, 1879. »pl.Mf EDW. WILHELM, (IIKOXOSIETEH, WATCH AHO^^CLOCK ftlAKEB Main Street, one door north of Meyers & Franklin’s. Has just opened a large and choice selection of FlRST-tlilSS JEWELRY, SrITABLE FOB Holiday Presents! New Jewelry Made To Order. Rrpnirinar of Jewelry Neatly and ExpcJItiouMly Rone. Especial sttention la given to ENGRAVING. Orders from the country will be promptly attended to. Watches Carefully Repaired and Warranted for One Year. Twenty years’ experience iu the very firs! chronometer, watch snd clockmaking establish ments of Dresden. Paris. London. Shanghai, Yokohama and San Francisco, n complete set ol machinery necessary for the manufacture and repair of all kinds of time-keeping instruments combined with the fact that I refund any money if ever I should fail to give entire satisfaction, will be a fair guarantee that none but first-class work will leave my hands. EDW. WILHELM. Eurehn. December 14. 1H7H. dlS-tf APPLICATIONS FOll PATENT. APPLICATION FOR A PATENT TO THE SAN JOSE MINE —NO. 509.-1'. S Land Office, Eureka. Nevada, May29,1879. Notice is hereby give n, that George W. Cassidy, whose postoffice address is Eureka. Nevada, has this day tiled his application for a patent for eigtt lmndred linear feet of the Hail Jose mine, or vein, bearing silver, with surface ground two hundred feet in width situate, lying and Ixdng in Eureka Mining District, county of Eureka, and State of Nevada, and known and designated by the field notes Hiid official plut on file in this office as Lot No. 182. Mount Diablo meridian. The exterior bound aries of said Lot No. 182 being as follows, to wit: Variation 1614 deg. E. Beginning at a a post marked No. 1, I'. S. Survey No 182, whence Ruby Hill No. ll»ears N. 4 deg. 20 ruin. W., 9,414 feet. Post on prominent rock marked IT.S. monument No. 4 bcurs S. 60 deg. 11 min. W., 1.221 feet, and the top of the San Jose in cline bears 8.30deg. YV.. 402 feet; thence run ning Jail course S. 16)* deg. \V. ill 2*10 feet, to the casern boundary of U. K. Survey No, 181, Excelsior lode, whence post No. 2 of said Excel sior survey bears S. 4‘4 deg. W., 161 2-10 feet, 148 feet to northern boundary of U. 8. Survey No. 157, Delaware lode, whence post No. 4 ci said Delaware survey Lears S. 73)* deg E., 67 feet, 276 2-10 feet to the southern boundary <*f said U. S. Survey No. 181, Excelsior lode, whence post No. 2 of said Excel*ior survey bears 8. K5?4 deg. E , 35 ft., 800 It, to post marke t No. 2 U. 8. Survey No 182; thence 2d course N 73)4 deg. W. 133 feet, to the eastern boundary of said U. S. Survey No. 157. Delaware lode, whence post No. 2 of said Delaware survey Lears S. DP* deg W., 140 fe< t, 200 feet to post marked No 2 E. S. Survey No. 182; thence 3d course N. DP* deg. E. 135 4-10 feet, to the south ern boundary of lr. S. Survey No. 166. Madrid lode, whence post No. 3 of said Madrid survey bears N.. 86H deg. W. 1 7 10 ft.. 800 ft., to post marked No. 4, U. 8. Survey No, 182; and thence. 4th course S. 73)4 deg. E.f 60 feet, to the east ern boundary of said U. 8. Survey No. 166. Madrid survey bears N. 3)* deg. K.. 363 7-10 feet, 175 9-10 feet to the eastern boundary of said survey No. 181, Excelsior lode, whence post J>o 1 of said Excelsior survey bears N. 4 S deg. E., 725 feet. 200 feet to post No. 1, the place of beginning. So much of U. S. Survey No. 157 Delaware lode, No. 166 Madrid lode, Mnd No. 181 Excelsior lode, ns conflicts with this survey, are hereby excluded. Said conflicts are described aa follows: Conflict with U. S. Survey No. 157, Delaware hide, beginning at post No. 3 of sai:l Delaware survey, and run ning thence. 1st course 8. 73)4 deg. E., 133 feet; thence, 2d coursa S. 16 \ deg.W, 652 feet thence, 3d course N. 73)* deg. W., 133 feet; and thence, 4th course N. 16)4 deg. E.. *.52 feet, to the place of beginning. Conflict with |J. S. Survey No. 166, Madrid lode: beginning at post No. 4 of this survey No. 182, San Jose lode, ami running thence, 1st course S. 73)4 deg. E. 50 feet; thence, 2d course S. 3\ deg. W., 151 9-itj feet; thence, 3d course N. 73)4 deg.W., 17 2-10 feet, t- post No 3 of said survey No. 157, Dela ware lode; thence. 4th course 's, lip* deg. W ; 501 1-10 feet; thence, 5th course N. HP* deg.W.. 68 8-10 feet; and them e, 6th course N. DP* deg. E.,664 6-10 feet, to the place, nf beginning. Conflict with U. 8. Survey No. 181, Excelsior lode: beginning at a point on the northern boundary of this survey, No. 182, whence post No. 1 of this survey. No. 182, bear:- S. 73?4 deg. E., 24 1-10 feet; and running thence. 1st course 8. 4S deg. W , 113 8-10 f*et; thence, 2d course 8. 16)4 deg. W., 86 8-JO f. er: them e, 3d course N. 131* deg. \\113 8-10 feet; thence, 4th course N. 3)* deg. E., 151 9-10 tut; and tLence, 5th course 8. 73)4 deg E. 125 iMo feet, to the pine of beginning; which tracts being excluded from this survey, leaves remaining two-tenlh of an acre. This claim is bounded on the east by the Delaware mining claim, and on the west by the Madrid mining claim. The location of this mine is duly recorded in the Recorder’s Office of Eureka Mining District,. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion 0f said Ban Jose mine, or said mining ground ns 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 da\a'period of publication hereof, cr they will barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute my30-tuw] D. b, IMMKJ . Register. BOB! H1UJATE8 WORKS. t'aparilj of Tanks. 400.000 Millions. ALL NOtV FULL. WATER WILL BE FURNISHED IN RUBY Hill, in any desired quantities, at all seasons of the year, it a uniform rate, and lo^ier than can be furnished from any other aource. Water delived twice daily to private famine*, miner*’ cabin*, salooua. et *. Ticket* ranging from 6H to 50 cent* apiece, will be •old at the Office of the Company, on Ruby H111- „ W. B. HARRUB, Proprietor, T. W. PEARSON, Superintendent. LOST. ON THE EVF.NIN(ToF THE BIO FIRE some person took from the Jackson House me*E?'m’*?1 >BS ll,“* ‘•K'1 T,"‘ person lisv ug the bird and cage will confer a favor by leaving them at this oIBce. uiyTItf LOS T . A^MuKbv^ir.r^rAL Eurek., Ms, », I«». "' 8U HOTELS. _ Tilt; JACKSON HOTEL JS NOW OPEN, And la the only Fire-proof Hotel In Eastern Nevada. MAIN STBEET, EIRE** A. mHK BOOMS ARK IIABD FINISHED. EL X egnn tly furnished end epncloue. UI«LE nOOIIS OH IN SI ITS. 0AS IN ALL THE ROOMS. Connected with the Hotel!» the Finest Bar-room in the State ! A. JACKSON. Proprietor. Formerly of the J.ck«on House, .t H»mllton, W hite Pine county. J _ BUREAU HOTEL SOUTH MAIN STREET, EUREKA. P. McELROY, - Proprietor rpHlS HOUSE HAS JIST BEEN BITLT AND I in uewlv furniahed throughout, and in well adapted for the convenience of traveler* ami boardtra. THE TABLE Will at all time* be supplied with the beat tlie market afford*. BOARD, $7 PEN WEEN--JINCEE MEAES, 50 CENTS. the bar. Is well .locked with the eholeeet hrmde of wines, liquors ami cigars. 1 thank iuy old friemlsand custoracra for past favors, and solicit from them and the public a continuance of their patronage. *FXV»ache« carry paaaeiiger* to and from the “ Bureau” to the cars. P- McEI.ItOY. Eureka, February 28, 1870. marl tf i. L. HINCKLEY. J. n. LOCKWOOD. THE PARKER HOUSE. Hinckley & Lockwood, PROPRIETORS. rrinia Horse wm. rr. kept first 1 ci.AM. Mniile . r In HUitii. At tsi lird til the Ili.iiM l« > tlr>t.< l««s RESTAURANT. THE BAB. Ha* a fin«> reputation, and nothing but the beet Liquors. Wine* and Cigar* will be kept. K7*Railroad combes will take passengers to ami from the depot. Eureka. February 6, 1871*. f« b7 tf TURNER HOUSE. 8outb Main Streett. Eureka. 1IHIB ol.p F.KTAI1I.ISHED BOTH. HAS ! just been newly refitted throughout, and [ has a large number of Elegantly Furnished Rooms. Mr. Turner make* a specialty of the RESTAURANT*'' ' DININC ROOM, Where, under Ida personal supervision, all tha delicacies of the season will be served iu the most approved manner. Bar and Billiard Room ! With n fine assortment of Liqr«rw and Cigar*. Thu PoatoiBee and Ihe office - f Well*. Fargo fc Co. are d/r» i-tly oppo .ite, »nd earring** run to and from the Depot to meet *11 train*. H. J. TURNER. Proprietor. Eureka, July 18. 1877. jy lOtf SOUTH 6ATI UTIL.I MOFTH OF I INTO CANYON. THOMAS FITZPATRICK, PROPRIETOR. rpRAVELFBS WILL FIND C.OCD ACCOM* 1 modation* at this liou**\ The Hamilton. Ward ami Piocfce stngia atop for meal* at this otutliMhiuecft. GOOD STABLING, HAT AND CRAIN. t/- Jlfnh nt All ironr*-30 Out*. A share of tbe public patronage is solicited. South Gate, April 5, 1K79. *p4-tf ! DEPOT HOTEL,I Pnliandc, Ncvndn. MRS. M. BAUM, : : PROPRIETRESS ' — Thus hotel is new and first-class. and till#* a want long felt in Palisade. Mr*. M. Baum's well-known reputation ax a land lady wril be n Kufli' irut guarantee that the De pot Hotel will please and satisfy. She will ftive her especial attention to the comfort of the traveling public. jylO-tf Delinquent Sale Notice. PIIF.NIX SILVER MINING COMPANY— Location of principal place «.f business, ^»n Francisco, California ; location of works, Eureka District, Eureka county. Nevada. Notice.—There are delinquent upon the fol lowing described stock, on account of assess ment (No. 19) levied on the 14th day of April, 1*79, tbe several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as follows : No. No. Names. Cert's. Star#a. Ain't. Brooks A Lee. trustees....2029 *25 $ rt *25 Brooks k Lee. trustees... ‘2ft.T0 55 0 25 Block A Bernhardt, tns. .51 It . H) 20 00 Block A Bernhardt, tnis..5112 1 23 Block A Bernhardt, trus./LOO 20 5 on Crandall W G, tun tee_?0i 7 20 5 no Crandall W G, trustee_5070 100 23 00 Crandall W G. trustee_5ns5 pa) 25 on Crocker A Knydarn, tru*..:»0KH 50 7 50 Foster A W, trustee.2450 50 12 An Forbes Chas, trustee./291ft 15 5 75 Forbes Clias, trustee.297ft iXK) 130 0*1 Grt eiibaum, Bribing A Co. trustees.3102 25 # 21 Oreenhaum L k Co, tru*..3099 i:;no 32"* Ou If«•fTinn 111 II. trustee.2JW3 21 f, 03 Hale A Pacheco, trusUss. .31; 14 21 C 25 Hall A Charles, trustees..3073 ft 73 Hall A Charles, trustees. .30X0 20 5 00 l.ntbnm A Kinc, trustee#. .3074 no 750 Wi.ler A Van Wyck. tru*. .0070 100 oft 00 Norwood WE. trustee... 2800 100 25 00 Richardson E A. trustee.. ..1032 joo 25 00 Richardson E A, trustee.. .3033 100 25 00 Richardson K A, trustee..3034 100 05^0 Richardson E A, trustee. .3035 ini 05 &> Richardson K A, trustee. .3030 loo 2500 Richardson R A, trust* e..: 042 50 ji> Richardson E A. trust* c..:« 44 jo o 50 Richardson E A, trustee..3045 10 2 50 Richardson K A, trustee..3115 m,\ ir»5 y"» Richardson E A. tru*tee. .3148 25 « 5, Stewart 1 T. trustee.3121 400 100 no Solomon N. trustee.3192 100 2100 Verdenal I) F. trustee.3310 no 25 00 Verden.l D F. trustee.3217 100 25 00 Verdenal I) F, trualer.m* iS UW wui'r'w D F’ trn",<''.3-JU) 100 n no » 11). OHIO IS *1 7R JJ akeheld A Co H B. tru a. .3052 10 2 50 ' ? 2° 8 11 ■ ,rI1"■ -MO* lit .7 75 " , '' •'111 * Co S B, trim.. 320U 10 3 511 And in accordance with law, and an order of 1110 Board of Director*, made on the fourteenth <l«y of April, 1H70, ail many ahare* of each narerl of auch Block aa may be neena.ry, will be Bold at public auctlou, at the office of Jo 24- Merchant*' Exchange Building, California afreet, tiau Fran, eiaeo, California, on Tuesday, tbe Timih nay of June, At the hour of lo'rlock r. m., of *ald day, hi pay add delinquent a**e»*uieut thereon, to. Jf th7»leh C°*t‘ 01 »nd expenae* „ D E. VERDENAL. Secretary. Office-Room* t! ,nd 7. 327 pine *trcct. San Franelaeo, California. m24-td T KbA', HI,A MiK. or am uf.. T1NEL otriCE p,lut*d *° 0Tiln •* ,h* 8EN 'Travelers’ guide. EUREKA AND PALISADE ZR/.A.I Xj ttOA-JD N Ell ARRAYUEMOTS! On and after November Mb, 1877, -A FAST TRAIN wilL run for PaN«ei>lfer», Hall*, and Expre* ONLY, AND WILL Leave Eureka dally at.S:S0 A- **• Arrive at Paliaade at.1000 a. m. I Making connection with Cast null West Bonijd Train* of Hie Central I’aciUe Railroad. BETUBEINO I Leave Palisade dally st.COO r. n. Arrive at Eureka at.830 r- **■ I'rrlirhl and Aeeonioiodalloa Train: Leaves Eureka daily at.f A- M' Arrives st Palisade al.8- H Leave* Palisade daily at.* do a. ». ArriVea at Eureka at.CIO r. M THE COMPART WILL DELIVER FREIGHT AT HAMILTON. WARD. PIOCIIE. tv no. IIKLHONT. And all points sontli. by its teams, with care and dispatch, and at the lowest rates. P. EVERTN. General Sup**. EIMI, flf-MlLTOi IJD PIOCHE STAGE;£S$3 LINE! UIEMER A MAI.WB1BT, Propr-u. C10NNFCT1XO WITH THE ECREKA AND J Palisade Railroad. Leaves Fur* ke fur HAMILTON. WARD and PIOCHE. Every morning, at 7 o'clock. Leaves Pinch* fur Ward, Hamilton and Eureka every day. at 7 o'clock a. h. Carrying V. S. Mall and Wells, Fargo k Co'a Ei |>r«ss. Fine American horses and new Concord coaches. On and n't* r MONDAY. MAY 20. v»* will run four-horse »<a< h*» to and from Hamilton. Fare to Hamilton and return, round trip, TWFLYF DOT LARS. Office at Wells. Fargo k Co'a. rn}2Q LUMHF.l: and shingles. EIKKliA AND (AUIOUXIA LUMBER COMPANY. South Main Street. N *vada. NEVADA AND <AMIOIt*!A 1 Redwood, Ortgf*n and Sugar Pin* MIN I Mi TIMBEBfi ! II I I I. I> I X ii I. I » It I) R ! A complete assortment of Clerr and Dressed Lumber. Flooring, Siding, Rustic, and other styles of Siding, Moulding Laths, Shingles. Doors. Sash and I*'‘uds, etc., always on hand. Everything at III* l.uncst ( n«h Rnlea, jel E A V,. 4 0. E. li. Dr La Matts. C. U Dk La Matts LUMI1KK. Paul St., head of Clark. TERMS CASH. TITE WILT, KELP CONSTANTLY ON HAND TT all kinds of l,n>itlM*r, drrssed stid un dressed. Flooring, Mouldings, Ceiling, Windows, Pickets, Tcors, Shingles, Blinds, ETO., ETO. C.R.DeLa Matyr & Co Eureka. January 30. 1*79. Jan31 tf NEW TIU IMKERY. This bakery will be reopened on the corner of Spring and Clark streets. On the loth Bay of May. The oven la being built with the greatest rare, and the same quality of Bread and Cakes Will be mode aa heretofore. The Bakery Wagon will run on the same route in previmtM to the “blare." I have secured the services of the Baker that made the bread before the fire. The sum* made bread—round loaves—will be on sale. Aa of old, everything will be first class. J. L. HYMONDB, Proprietor. Kur» *a, April 99, 1K79. #p:M> If CALISHER BROS. NEWS AGENTS AikI Dulenln FANCY OOODS OF AM. KINDS, BLANK BOOKS. SCHOOL BOOKS. NOTE AND LETTER PAPER,FANCY PAPETItlES, STATIONERY. TOYS. CUTLERY, SHEET MUSICAND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. —Alro— Novel*, Pattern Pictorial* and Magazine* al way* on hand. Rnbacriptiona received for any of the Han Franct*co Dailie* or Weeklle*. Agent* for the Virginia “ Enterprtaa ” and “Chronicle.” ■CF* Remember the place— CALISHER BROS, 19 Main atreet. Eureka, January 7.1H7i». Jan« tf ■V. UHL, Practical Bootmaker, North Mniu fVtreet, Enrrks, Ne%n«ln. milF. REST OF BOOTH MADE AT 1 thin entabllahmont and good fit* guaranteed. Repairing Neatly Donef AND ON 8JIORT NOTICE. The bent of workmen employed. Jel JOM PHIXTINU OF ALL KINDS A SPECIALTY at Ibia office. MEDICAL. TO THE UNFORTUNATE. New Remedies! New Remedied DK. GIBBON-8 DUPMUHAHT. NO. CJW KKABXlf itnct, corner of t'oinniwclal. ® ■ » Friinciaco.Callforuia. private entrance on (•otnntercial -treat. Subliabed in IBM. fur the treatment of g«sua) and Seminal pineapea.aiich aa Gon U.rrbu a, Glee-t, Strict, ura. Fypbllia in all jta forum. Seminal .Weak!!***, Inipotenoy 1 r" «te. Skin dia. riS-SJ,1.™-.«.»•■» V"*1 Ulcerbted Le«., **Dr"oSSSoN S.'/S. pi'**"" "' .nnounrinp ZVJi returned In n. vl»ItlH(t the prlnel. pel ho.plt.1. «f Kun.pe, .nd he. re.um.d PThV'Tjoe»or b.« epornl neither time nor money in eeekini! ni ltew remedie., and hu reinrne.iwiUilnerw.ed fart title, for the all.. ▼iationof human atifl* ring. Seminal wcannesa. Semin* I emission is ilie consequence of *elf. abuse. Tills enlltai V vice, or depraved sexual Indulgence. la practiced by the youth of both ■exes to an almost unlimited extent, producing with unerring certainty the following train of morbid Symplons, unlesscombsled by scientific medical measure*, via.: Sallow countenance dark Spots under tl.r eyes, pain In ths head’ ringing in Ibe ears, noise like the matting of I leaves or rattling of chariot*, m,easiness about the loins, weakness of Iho llmha, confused vlaloD, blunted inteliect, losa of confidence dtlhden* e ill approaching strangers, a dislike to form nr w acquaintances, a illso. sltl. n to ahnn society. loss of memory, Pimple* and varinua eruptions about the face, beetle Hushes, furred tongue, frelld linath, coughs, consumption night sweat*, monomania, and frequently in' sanity. If relief he not obtained, you should apply immediately, either lyi person or by let ter. anil have a cure effected by Li* new and scientific mode of treating this disease which never fails of effecting a quick sod radical cun. Cured at Home. Fer*ona at a distance tuny hr crj?FI) AT HOME. Ly add re tod ng a letter to Pit. GlFIiON stating mw eyn.pt. n*. hngth of fime t\r raar haw roc tinned, and have medicine prompt ly forwarded, free from damage and rnrloaity to any part of the country, with full and plain direction* for tine. by tiiclowing Ten Dollar* coin in a registered letter through the Ffntoffire, or through Well* Fargo At Co., a package «-f medicine will he forwarded to any part of the I'nion Peraona writing to the Doctor will *?eai« atate the name of the paper they are thia ad vertiaemr nt in. All communications strictly ecnfidrntisl Address I>B. 1. r. UlBlioft, Pox 1P.VT, San Francisco, California. DR. SPINNEY & CO., >». II Urarai Mrtfl, 'I'REAT AI.L CHRONIC ANl> SPECIAL YOUNO TvlElsT Who may he rnflerllig from the eflee te of youth fnl foilin' or indlM-r* liona will do well to avail thrinarlv ea of thiv the gr* ateat h«*on ever laid at the feet of entering humanity. I»r. Spiu ney will guarantee In It rfelt five hundred do), laia for e\« ry caae i f weakner* tr private die erae of any kind or charac ter which he under take* ami fail* toe ore. M IPI'I. FA OF. D MEN. There are many at the age of thirty to afxty who are tr< tiMed with too frequent evacuation of the Madder. oft« n areompantrd ly a alight am art I n g cr hunting ae naatlc n. and a weaken ing of the ayateru In a manner the patient can not account for. On examining the urinary depoalt* a ropy ardhoint will often he fi und. and Kiuirliln a ail ail particle a of ail un ci. will appear, or the color will he of a than tnilkkh hue. again < hankil f: to • dark ai d torpid aj*. I>« aram r. Their are* n any li eu who die of thia difT'cnlty , ignorant «f lie lEiea. width ‘a the second atnge if oh.Ibi] weetiraa. I r. N. will guarantee a perfect cure In all ei\cb ease*, and a healthy restoration of the genttc-uUnary organa. C»ttir<- Hour*- 10 to 4 ai d r< to a Furdsya fn iu 10 to II a n. 1 « l anltat i u free. Thor ough examination ri d *d* o r. t.V t ail or rddr* a* I II. FF1NNFY A CO.. No. 11 Heart y 6t., ban Frauriaeo. CHINESE CURES! DR. MEN LEE, The Ceklratcd Chinese Physician, IK FHFPABf P To 1 I FAT FATII.NTK IN the 11 • »t rrle i.ttf.c me «*•*»- He ! aa made medicine hia Hfet me study, and * i t*« aim* rt evi »; He* « rice rt *uii rti»m in a • I *»t lin* He 1 »• i*w r»nc*’1ea for all FT H I AL I*!FIP I F. r 1 d cm • t it il * m very • tiii* I.ly Ufa it < diduo ere p}| given let He er 1 o 1 * |d 0 o rdl* a. If* l *e made a number of ario|tii>ii!ng »*ur#a. ai d all |#r»«u* ailing ahotrld at * n* • c* n mil l.itn. ( hniie iIImimi yield teriUly to l ie r* n« dice, end * nr* * where many other* have failed. NOTI<’F-~I am a graduate of tl.a medical Krh* »d of Cri.t: n. OFFICE— lied Pulldlng. west aide of Mrnroe atre* t J'l *f BOCIETIEH. hr. JIIIID** 4 II APTI'.R. DO. ». flMlK STATED CONVOCATIONS OF ST. 1 J< l n - < nsptcr, No. f», It. A M.. will l*e held at Masonic Hull i n these. oml Wednesday evening of i Rrh month. < ailed rrRitutmlra th-ns on ail other \\ edm a«1a> everi^g*. All It* yal Anh Mason*, m Rood standing, ara rotdiallr invited to attend IMV. E. BA1EY.II P. W. A. Pt'fii.lCY, Secretary KEREN A 1.01)4- K. DO. lit. I’. A A.M. rpOE STATED <dMM t’XICATIONN OF ED I rekR lodge. No 16. r a AM. will be held iti Masonic 11*11. e\»-ry Saturday even* Inc on or preceding the full moon In each month. Called communication* eYery Saturday even Inp. Memliera ft sister lodges, and sojourning brethren in g-,od standing. nrr c< rdially Invit ed to attend. H JOHNSON, W. M. W. I* STKirniMJMaw. Secretary. AMKRK4AD I.AIIOU IDIOD. rpHE REODLAB MEETING* OF TIIF. I Amt ro an Labor Fnloii will be held at Armory llall, on Till HS1 AY EVENING of each week. Any per*« n dcsirlmi litfi»tn»lU'« In regard to the Cnion. ran obtain the same by applying to the Seen lary. at Armory Hall, be. tween the hours of *4 and 4 oMi ck r ••., dally. A. O. BISHOP, I’r* aldent. A. M. rAMi BiLi., Secretary. *p!7 tf K»:i) 310. ■fir INN EM rCCA TRIBE, No. H, IMPROVED Y ? Order of Red Men. hold regular coun cils at Masonic Hall on the It:Ir«l sleep of every •even nuns, at the seventh run, thirtieth brratti. Sojourning braves, warrior* and chiefs, are cordially invited to meet In council. It. M. BEATTY, Sachem. Max Jacohs, Chief of Record. al BKATine 1.01)441:. DO. 7, K.OI P„ MEETS EACH FRIDAY OF EVERY month, st 7-410 o’clock r. a . nt its Castle Hal), hi Odd Fellows’ building. AH Ilrotl *r Knights, in r«*k1 standing, are fraternally ill/ited to attend such meeting's. C. I.. 1JR0Y, C. .0 II. B. Mc F.ik, K. of It. and 8. bi llion kncampment NO. 10. HOI.HS rEOri.AR SESSIONS ON Tn« Third MONDAYS of each nionfl., at TJ, o’clock. I*. M., at Odd Fell' wa' Building. Sojourning Patriarch* are Invited to attend. BKN.C. I.EVY, C P. S. l>. Henry, Srrlhe. jeltf MOINTAIN 1.0IMIK NO. 07.1.0.0.1-.. Meet every sati'rday evening at Odd Fellow.' Hall, at 7 o'clock. All tnemliera of the order, tn good atamling, are In vlte.1 to attend. CIIAS FEltUAUIS, N. 0. H. R. McKee, Secretary. Ill BURN I ANN. 1AHF. A. O. H. MEETS EVERY THIRD Saturday evening of each mouth, at. tlia corner of Clark and Monroe atret la, until further notice. THUS. MORPHY, President. J. W. Malloy. Secretary. " .— ■ n ."7 Pioneer Barber Shop and Bath House, North Multi Street* Eureka. THF, UNPEllSIONFI), HAVING OPENED the above ratabltabnirnt, offem hia pro fe?aional aervlrea to all who desire a flrat-rlaaa physiognomical hair-cut, or an ecstatic ahave. Ilnlr Cuttluc. 50 Cent*. Miompoo lug, 50 Out*. Connected with the wl»b' llahtneiit are aeveral neat end elegant Bath Itooma, whera I the moat dealrable Hot o» I Cold hatha can be had at all tiiuea. DATUM. 50 CENTM. * k share of public patronage la aoltdted. JAMEH M. M. MOODY, Proprietor