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AiTUK.Xfcid AT LAW
MERRILL R FITZGERALD,
AttornF,v* at law. pbac
TICE in nli the Cavt*
Office in the Srmm building.
Eureka, October «. UT79. ce»-tf ■
C. J. LAXSING,
ATTOE7FT AT MV. •Fflff IX
Odd Fellows' Building, crer Wells, Fargo
A Co'* Esprea* OBee,
Bare is. Ms, ». UT». mrTltf
r. w. cole- a. a. snxaocsa
TOLLHOUSE & COLE,
a TTOffiXEVW AT LAW. FLECK A.
A Xeeada. Booms 1 and 2, Odd Fellows'
Building. |
7. H. HARMON.
ATTOBXET AT LAW. OFFICE— j
At tie Assessor's office. la tia Const I
house. !
JOHN T. BAKER.
Attobxey at law. office ix
E/laid's Block, Bateaus street, Ecreka i
Nevada. i
Particular attention rim to the acquiring of |
of bile* to (i'Aenata*t lanes.
GEO. W. BAKER,
ATroltXET AT LAW AID XOTA
rjr Fa ill:. Office la Iiick Fj land's Brick
FalH'-r Ilateicaa street, Karris, Xersda.
LASPEYRE & BEATTY,
ATTOffiXETM AXD LOl XXELOES
at Lav. Office m RjUsd * Erick Build- <
fmg, Bateman afreet, oppoaita the Jackses
Bouse. Eureka. Nevada.
PHYSICIANS. 1
DR. G. H. THOM aT
Phyhiliax axdxi eaieox. or-;
See la Snrrcna. building, up stairs,
rear salt* of rwaa*. __ j
DR. E. B. DE LAHATYB.
HOMEOPATH!AT.—OFFIf'E AXD
residence orer Fiske'e Bestaarant. Mala ■
street. Office boars : « to 1ft a. 2 to < and ,
7 to S r. w
DR L. B. JOSEPH,
PKTBIC'IAX AXD MLKtiEOX.
Office at tbe residence of Mr T. Wetbered,
Profession*: calls recelred at an, boar.
SR J. R. N. OWEN,
PHTftiri ajt AJro siri.»;os r.r- 1
reka. Nevada. OS :* la Clark’s Building, :
comer A Main az^S Clark streets.
J. A. NESBITT, M. D., C. M.
OFFICE—COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL. South
Main street. Eureka, Nevada.
DR. JAMES WILLIAMS,
PMl'SHlAX AYD Hl UfiVMN. OF*
fice at tbe Jackson Hotel. Eureka.
DR. E. THIELE,
P VIY AMI AM MRGFO.V AMD OB
irnncus. Office—fi® Main street. Of
fice hours : 8 to 10 a. x. and 2 to 4 r. x.
SR. M. ROCEMAN,
PSfYAKIAM AMD ftl'BCEOM.
Office In Vaaderleith's Building. up stairs,
taro doom north of Paxton k Co's, Main street.
mj9-tf
PROFESSIONAL GARDE.
C. HAMILTON, S. S. 8.,
DE5TUT. Boon, BATE
BAS stmt, opp<wiM Ok Si»
nm'i mw tmUdla*.
THOMAS J. BEAD,
pint U«MEU AMD r. •. DKP
V otr Mineral krrey«. OAce l> BjUnd'e
Belch l«»i Mia* «a the corner of Bateman and
■net Mreeta, up atatrs.
C. M. BEMMBTT,
Architect and Builder.
OFFICE OX SPBIXO BTBEET, OPPOSITE
the old Open Hotue.
linn. Map 1. lt». ajl-tf
lcmbebTTsd shingles.
ICBEHA AMD CAUFOBMIA
LUMBER COMPANY.
•rath Main • tract, Xrrada.
MET ADA AMD CAUFOIMIA
IjTTIM: BEB,
Of all kinds.
Redwood. Oregon and Sugar Fine
MIVISIl T1XBERS t
I1JILSKVS LdKIIIl
A complete assortment of Clear and Drcesed
Lumber, Flooring, Siding, Rustic, and
other styles of Siding, Moulding, Lsths,
Shingles. Doors, Sash and Blinds,
etc., always on hand.
W Everything at lb* U«Wl Cask
E*m.
Jal EEC. L. CO.
E. B. Da La Matt a. 0. K. Da La Mattb
LUMBER.
Paul St., head of Clark.
TEBM8 CASH.
WE WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
ait kinds ot Lumber, dreaaed and na
draaaad.
Flooring, Mouldings,
Ceiling, Windows,
Pickets, Doors,
Shingles, Blinds,
ETO., ETTO.
C.R.DeLa Matyr & Co
Eureka. January mi. In*. Jaafl tf
CIGAR 8TORE,
JACK PERRY’S CORNER,
JAKE HARRIS, Proprietor.
Imported and Domestic Cigars
Of skate* bran*., the hast la tbs market.
»«>*w, CKaralt**, and kaaaker*'
▲rtlalaa. Eta.
Baraka, Saptambar I. in*. *l.tf
BUBT HILLJATER WORKS.
Cagaally of Tanks, 400,0*0 Ualloas.
ALL NOW TULL.
WATER WILL BE FURNISHED IN RUBY
Hill, la say dsairrd quantities, at all
season* ot tko root, it a uniform rata, and
lowar than can be fnrnlahad from any otkar
source. Water dellvad twice dally to private
families, miner.' cabin*, saloon*, ate. Tickets
ranging from 41* to (0 cents apiece, will ba
sold at the UtBea of IBs Company, oa Baby
W. WAMOif
RESTAURANTS. |
THE TURNER HOUSE
X.rlb Mata St., Farfka.
Irv L Mfwirt tad In. I. J. Galhfhrr,
rroprl.l.n
HA TWO LEASED THE TUBNEB HOUSE
Ddt>>l Depurta.ots ul KnUuul,
te so» .<iinl a ahsr. iA tkc pubile p^rouge.
THE RESTAURANT
Will be second to none is the town : while
Pleasant and A»ry Rooms
Will always be at the aerrice of ga**t* Please
fire «u a call. Prices Rea««nab!r.
MRS. B STEWART.
MBS. M. A. GALLAGHER,
ocli-tf Proprietor*, j
PARKER HOUSE
RESTAURANT.
— i
Jf MR. IVMsLEY, Praprletmt.
_
THANKFITL FOB PAST FA- ^5
▼or*. ac<l by strict attention
to boiiarM, 1 bop. to merit and J
receive a share of the public ^ii**s=* ;
patrsBig*.
Board, per W ecli. fcS-OO
Single Meals.50 Cents
Eureka. An£*at 5.1*T». aaO-tf
FRENCH
KOTISSERIE!
Three door* below Joe Mendes,
Ivl ^ X 1ST STXXEET.
MRS. NICK MILLICH
Takes pleasure is inviting public
attention to- her new FRENCH ROTIS
BLRIE. which will be run in a superior style.
French Conking to Order.
Open Day and Night.
No C hinese Employed.
ST*The finest of WINES. CIGARS, etc.
SP'GIVE ME A CALI.
MBS# NICK MILLICH Proprietress.
Eureka. July 28, K>. Jy»-tf
fipomi BestaorasL
Center of Bael and Bateman SU.
BY MRS. M^A. ASHIM. |
I AM JiOW PREFACED TO SEBVE
Private Dinners,
Dinner Parties,
and Ball Suppers.
BOARD. 60 OO per week
FIVE PRIVATE BOOMS
The moat complete Dining Establishment in
Barala.
The beat French cook in the country.
A share of the public patronage la solicited.
Eureka, June 5,1*79. je^-tf
25 Cts—MEALS —25 ClS.
-o
NEW ENTERPRISE
MIDI REST.UR1NT I
AND CHOP STAND
Has just been opened and newly
famished on Msln street, two doors above
Walla, Fargo k Co's office.
HEALS for 25 and 50 Cents.
It will be the object of the proprietor, who
haa been head cock in leading house* on this
coast, to furnish the beat the market affords for
the above named price, and at ALL HOURS.
Give me a call snd convince yourselves.
HO CHINAMEN EMPLOYED.
CHRIS. 8HNELLER.
Eureka, Jane, 2,1*79. ji-tf
Removed to Its Old Leesllsa.
Having returned to my former
place ef business on Main street, occu
pied previous to the fire, I am now again pre
pared to furnish all my old customers and new
patrons with the beet day board la Eureka.
Open Day and Night.
Suppers for private parties gotten up on
abort notice.
WEDDING CAKES AND FANCY PASTRY A
SPECIALTY.
By leaving orders at the Store, goods will ha
delivered to any part of the town.
CHAS. FIBRE, Proprietor.
Eureka, May 36. 1879. my27tf
Again to the Front!
MRS. MOCH’S
NEW
RESTAURANT,
On Buel Street, opposite Paxton k Co's Bank.
BOARD ^REDUCED!
TO S9 PER WEEK.
■rMkbtl, from 7 to 13 o’clock A. H,
Dinner, from S to 7 o’clock P. M.
Bonn! per week.|t OO
klngle Menlo.73 centa
Private Rooms for Families, and
Extra Dinners to Order.
Eureka, May 36,1879. my27-lm
MRS. BROWNS
RESTAURANT.
Main Street, next door north of H. Johnson's
Store, Main Street.
THE BE8T THE MARKET AFFORDS WILL
at all times be served to my patrons.
B O A. B D :
Per Week.|C OO
Uncle Menlo. 50 eta
A akara of tba public patronage ia aollclted.
MBS. BROWN.
Eureka, Mar 1,1879. myi-tf
TWO-BIT REST.UfRANT!
THE FIRST II NEVADA.
JCNT OPENED ON NORTH MAIN ATBEET,
Eureka.
PRANK NOBSLKS. Proprietor.
Meals Twenty-five Cents to 91 00!
BREAKFAST :
Baafataak. Mutton Chop, Vaal Outlat, Pota
toaa, Bread and Butter, Taa and Coffee.
dxctjnter:
All aorta ef Roaat and Boiled Meata, Vegeta,
blea. Soup., Etc. Jy9.*f
NOTICE.
ALL PABTIE8 HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST
W. H. CLARK, .nd all perttea Indebted
to hint, ere reoueated to call immediately and
tattle with 1. H. MCNDY, at the .tore, corner
it Main and Clark atreate.
Eureka, September I, inf, at-If •
FAMILY GBOCEBIE8.
HIRAM JOHNSON,
Wfe&ieaale ux! Betall Dealer in
STAPLE AMD F AM < T
GROCERIES
—IIS—
PROVISIONS'
Chicago Haas and Breakfast Bacon, ■
ga|u cared, ilriyi oo band.
NEW BOLDING—OLD STAND,
Ma.a Itreet. Xu4lk of Click, Eureka, Serada.
Family Grocery
A.VD
VEGETABLE STORE.
M. 1. GREG0V1CH.
VHT TO THE PEOPLE'S MARKET, WILL ,
keep c imuati; on L»xd nil kinds of
Vegetables,
Fruit, Fish,
Eggs and
Poultry,
And in fact,rrtfjrikiDg *en*r*ily found in a
first-ciAfe* inArket.
E. R. DODGE,
“THE LITTLE STORE
1R01ND THE CORNER.”
a fixe assortm?;nt of
FAMILY GROCERIES
ALWAYS OS HAND.
Eureka, Jane 13,1M79. jeli-tt
J. MARCHANT
Has Jost opened a
FAMILY GROCERY!
PROVISION STORE,
vm DOOR TO THE DRY GOODS STORE
^1 of Had are n k Hacdox.ald, where be will
keep the
CHOICEST GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, |
And aell aa cheap as the cheapeat.
*F"Trade solicited. Goods delivered free of
charge aril tf
STATE UNIVERSITY
PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT,
ELKO, NEVAn^..
I
The first term of the sixth tear
of the University
WILiIj 002NwlIvlE3>T0E
ON MONDAY, SEPT. 1, 1879.
______
THE COURSE OP 8TUOIES
Is such as will prepare a pupil for a
First-Grade Teacher's Certificate, j
Together with
Bookkeeping, Latin and Manic.
The School-rooms are supplied with Maps,
Charts, Globes, and instruments for demon
strating the principles of Philosophy And
Chemistry.
NO CHARGE FOR TUITION I
Instruction on tbe Plano Forte,
Extra.
BOARD AXD BOOM IX THE DORMITORY,
$80 PER MONTH,
Payable Positively In Advene*.
HP Far farther particular#, addreaa
au23-3m W. c. DOVEY. Principal,
ADELPHI THEATRE,
OX XORTH DUEL STREET,
LOBBAIXE k CHEVF.RBIA.Proprietor*
OPEN EVERY EVENING.
MALE AID FEMALE MIXATBELN.
ADMISSION ER.EE.
Eureka, Sept. 16,1879. ,17-lrn
WASHING.
EUREKA
STEM ymRI COfl'V.
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 deelred.
Work done at the same prices as at Ban Fran*
cisco laundries.
List of prices furnished by the drivers.
Eureka, May 1, 1870. my3-tf
Regli & Waldvogel’s
DAIRY
PURE MILK AND CREAM I
Served in any quantity to suit
customer*.
Panon* wishing Milk or Cream, oaa notify
tba driver* of oiu w muons.
BEOM ll WALDVOOEL.
Eurek*. November 1* 1878. *w
Notioe to Creditors.
IK THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH
JudiotsI District of Nevada, in and for Eu
reka county. L. Banner va. HU Creditor*.
Notice la hereby given to all the creditors of
L Banner that, in pursuance of an order made
by the District Court of Eureka county, Nevada,
the aald creditor* are hereby notified to be and
ippear before said Court, or tbe Judge thereof
it Chambers, at the Court-house in Eureka, Eu
reka county. Nevada, on the Mth DAY OF NO
VEMBER, 1879. at 10 o’clock a. m . to show
:anse, if any they have, why the prayer of said
insolvent should not be granted.
Witness my band and seal this 6th day of
October, 1879 E. R DODGE,
[•kal.1 Clerk of tha District Court.
*• M. Bill, Deputy. ocT iawiw
SALOON'S. |
P1LME SALOON, ,
XJE3 STAIRS
IS H. VORBERGS BTJILDIKG,
jiaix ktbeet.
TUB CHOICTaT BSAXIla OF
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
POOL AND BILLIABDft.
Elegantly Furnished Club Rooms.
LT'THEE f LAKE k CO., Pro; r*.
Eoreka. 1 id* IT. K».
MENDES’
“TIGER” SALOON.|
THE LABEFAT IX XETADA.
IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
THE BEST BEASTS OF
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
A FULL BAND OF MUSIC
In attendance every evening.
JOE MXSDE9, Propriety r.
Eureka. May IT. 1»T9. n^jVLXt
J lth ruin SHOOS.
-COKSEK OF
Main and Bateman Streets
EUREKA, N&'V.
--THE CHOICEST
Wine Liquors and Cigars
OhWinat'e in the San Francisco market con
stantly on hand.
Eureka. August 10, 1#T8. aulO-tf
HZ.XKY MAC. r. M. nEiniAX.
HENRY MAU & CO.,
PROPRIETORS OF
SAN FRANCISCO BREWERY,
Corner of Main and Gold Street*.
-o
The premises are the largest in
Eastern Nevada, and a new and li-«p
pointed Saloon ha* been elegantly ftniitbed.
The very beat brand* of
WINES, LIQUORS LAND CIGARS
Are provided. We have constantly on hand
ZB AD ZED H ,
By the barrel, keg. gallon and glaaa.
Eureka, Jana J, lff79. Jel U
CC3SE3 a? RAU AM CUM ITiatJ, EMMA.
THE COZIEST RESORT IN TOWN
tar GIVE ME A CALL.
LOUIS BRANDT, Proprietor.
Eureka, August 14, 1879. aulS-tf
Red Lion Seloon.
First door North of International
11 otel. Main street, Eureka.
McLEAN 1 STYLES, • • Proprietor!
THE TIXE8T BRANDS OF
Cigars, Wines and Liquors,
Obtainable in the Ban Franciaco market, con
stantly on band.
LIQUORS. ONE BIT. Attentiva and oblig.
ing barkeepers always in attendance. GIVE
US A CALL.
Eureka, September 22, 1879. »23-tf
THE VERY BE8T
-or
Wines, Liquors, Beer & Cigars
ABE KEPT AT THE
OLYMPIC,
MIDDLE HURDY HOUSE.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
We invite our friends to call and teat their
quality. •
BILLY BPRAOCE,
ANDREW MOE.
Eureka, October 2,1879. oc3-lm
Slrnaii, M & Goidot.
SAN FRANCISCO.
Largest Music House on the Coast.
Pacific Coast Agents for the Celebrated
W EBEB PIANOS
—A!ri>—
Estey Organs.
Manufacturers of the
SHERMAN l HYDE PIANO I
For Braes Instruments,
SHEET MUSIC,
And everything In the Music Lina, address
SHEKMAN, HYDE dc CO.,
SAN FRANCISCO.
Piano* and Organ* Sold on Eaiy
Term*.
flhMt Music Depot at
Morris H. Joseph’s Uolden Hal.
:r«-lr Utore. Ksrsks.
Order of Court.
IN DISTRICT COURT, SIXTH JUDICIAL
District, Eureka county, State of Nevada.
In the matter of the Estate of 8. D. BELL, de
ceased. U. A. knight, administrator of the es
tats of 8. B. Bell, deceased, having filed his
petition herein duly verified, praying for an
urder of sale of the whole of the real estate ef
said deceased, far the purposes therein sat
forth, It la therefore ordered, that all persona
Interested in the estate of said deceased, appear
before the said Court, on Thursday, the 13th
day of November. 1879. at 11 o'clock, A. M.
of that day, at the Court-room of said
Court, In the town of Eureka, In said county
ind State, to abow cause why an order
ihould not be granted to said adminis
trator to sell so touch of the real estate of the
■aid deceased, at private or public sale, as shall
be necessary , and that a copy of this ordvr be
published at least four successive weeks In the
Eureka Daily Skktinkl, a newspaper printed
md published In the town of Eureka, said
Bounty sad State.
HENRY BIVK8, District Judge.
Bunks, October 10, 1ST9. eolL4w
CHOP STAXW*.
CORNER (HOP STAND,
In tie rear of the Old Corner Saloon.
PRAMENKO & BALLICH,
PROPRIETORS.
1’HK FINEST THE MARKET AFFORDS
always served to customer*.
Fowl, Mild Flab, Oyster*.
♦ Ete., Lie..
Prepared in the mwt tempting style.
tols at All Hoar* of lh' Dav or Msb!.'
_
Private Rooms for Partien, fialli. j
F'T every delicacy of the season, go to the i
CORNER CHOP STAND.
Eureka. October 1. 1U79. ocj-tf
—_1,1,., ■Ill, —, — Ml, LMIM-r I
RACES! RACES! !
IH I
THE CHERRY CP.EEK JOCKEY CLUB OF
F/K tLe following Purses, amounting to
$.'.630, for the foil'.wing races, to come off on
the
ltth, lllh and lilh of Norrmbrr, 1579.
Thursday. November 13th.
FliirjT RACE—Purse. $300; mile heats; free
for all. 1 >r»t horse to receive $350; second
bom to receive $150.
SECOND RAUE—Purse, $230; half-mile dash;
free t r all two-year-olds. First horse to re
ceive $175; second borae to receive $75.
THIRD RACE—Parse, $250; trotting race,
m*ie heats. 3 and 5 ; free for all double teams. !
Fir>t t*-im to receive $*75; second team to re
ceive $75.
Kreoiul Day—Friday, lllh.
FOURTH BACE—Purse, $250; one mile dash ;
free for all. First L -rse to receive $175; second
horse lo receive $75.
FIFTH RACE—Purse. $100; half-mile dash;
for all two-year-clds in Cherry Creek district.
SIXTH RACE—Purse. $300; three-quarter
mile dash; for tbree-yetr-oM* ea>t of Reno.
First h'-rse to receive $J10: second horse to re- ;
ceive $.*>.
Third Day— Saturday. 13th.
SEVENTH RACE— Purse, $200; quarter-mil*
dash; free fur all. First horse to receive $140;
second bone to receive $*70.
EIGHTH RACE —Purse. $3»0; half-mile
heat#. fr*-e for all. First horse to receive $210; j
second horse to receive $'JK>
NINTH RACE—Purse. $50 (special); to be
run for by Pop. Nellie. Jeff and Bennie.
TENTH RACE—I arse, $400 ; one mil* and a |
half dash; free for ail. First horse to receive I
$*280; second horse to receive $120.
ELEVENTH RACE—Purse, $50. half-mile j
dash; free f r all saddle horses. First horse
to receive $35; second horse to receive $15.
1. Entries to close the night before each race. ]
2. All rac*-s require four or sucre to enter ami ,
thr*e or more to start.
d. Entrance f*-* JO per cent, of the i-urae.
4. The rules of the Pacific Blood Horse Asso
ciation will govern running **••«*.
O. H. GREY, President.
DR. J. TTFFORD. Vice President.
PAUL MITCHELL. Treasurer.
a23-id ED. COWLEY. Secretary.
D. DeBERNARDI & CO.,
310 K at. Between Third and fourth.
ft AC R A If K XfO, CAL..
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Came, Butter, Eggs, Poultry,
Fish and Ceneral Produce.
-|I'E CARRY AT ALL TIMES A LAROE
v f and full supply of the beat kinds of fruit,
green and dry, and sll kinds of Vegetables in
season, and fresh River and Sea Fish. Oysters,
Clams, Mussels, Shrimps, Crab# and Craw Pish,
with Ctfuned Goods, in endless variety.
A long experience has enabled us to take all
advantage* of the market, and we can and do
buy the best at the lowest rate*, thereby givtag
our customer* the benefit of our ssperiencs.
We buy and sell on commission all kinds of
Garden and Orchard Produce and Poultry, to- I
getber with Wild Game In season. and can buy
and sell at rates that give us. at lsast, the abll. j
ity to sell sll gw<>4s at prices that euabls ua tc j
11 vs and let live.
ALL GOODS CAREFULLY PACKED.
I im*
&PIONEERU
Poplar Jewelry Store!!
OF EUREKA,
(Opposite J. A. Paxton k Co.'a Bank.)
J. STRAUS,
Keeps constantly ox hand a fixe
stock of gold and silver watches, clocks,
jewelry, diamonds and silverware, gold pens,
gold and silver penholders, of which 1 have tbs
agency; gold, silver, Steel and rubber spectacles
and eye-glasses. I have the best selection of
spectacle* and eye-glssaes in Eureka, aa 1 make
those art'cles a specialty. Watches, clocks,
jewelry, mathematical and astronomical ma
chines repaired, and all work warranted or no
charge made. J. STRAUS.
Eureka, January 20. 1879. Jac21 if
NOTICE.
JN ORDER TO ESTABLISH A
Uniform Time
In Eureka,
FROM THIS TDJ^^T
MY REGULATOR WILL SHOW CORRECT
EUREKA MEAN TIME,
Taken by aatrunomlcal observation.
ED. WILHELM.
Chronometer Maker.
Eureka. July 14.1*79. Jyl5-tf
Notice to Lienholdera.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH
Judicial District, of tbe State of Nevada, in
and for tbe county of Eureka.
S. A. Fried line and O. K Hollster. partners,
doing business under the firm-name and style
of Friedllne k Holiater, v». Louis Brandt.—
Notice la hereby given to all persona holding
or claiming liens on tbe premises hereinafter
mentioned and described, to be and appear In
the above eutltled Court, upon MONDAY, THE
24th DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1879. at 10 o'clock
a. m. of that day, being a day of the September
Term of said Court, and exhibit then and there
proof of said liens.
The said premises are described as follows,
to wit: The wo*t 40 feel of lot Number 11. in
block Number 6, of the Munroe Survey, of the
town of Eureka, county of Eureka, State of
Nevada, and the building situated thereon; said
building being 40 feet long by 24 feet wide, and
one story high. The lien of aaid plaintiff* is
for lumb« r and material and labor 1 urniahed in
the construction of said building, and la
claimed against the astd building, and also
upon the leasehold interest of the deiendaat,
Louis Brandt, in the above described premises.
And all peaaona holding or claiming liens upon
•aid above deacribed property are hereby noti
fied that all llena not ao exhibited and proved,
•hall be deemed to be waived in favor of thoaa
which are so exhibited.
O. W. BAKER,
Attorney for Plaintiffs.
Eureka. Nevada. October 18. 1879. ocl9 8w
Dissolution Notioe.
THE COPARTNEKHHIP HERETOFORE
■lifting between Luther Clerk and Max
Oberfelder, under tha Atm nama u( Luthar
Clark A Co., haa tbta day bran dlaaulved by
mutual conaaut. Luthar Clark eonUnulng UK
bualnaaa of tha Palana Saloon.
MAX oberfelder,
_ . _ LL-THEv CLARE.
Eureka, Nevada, October IT, 1ST*. oalttf
Dissolution of Copartnership.
•\rOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVEN THAT THE
it partuerahip heretofore exlatlng between
Thomas Polglaze and Benjamin Style*. in tha
aaluon bualnaaa, under tbe Ann nama of Pol.
glaze k Stylea. la thla day diaaolred by mutual
convent.
The buatneaa will hereafter be conducted by
Beujatutn Stylea, who will cullert all arcouuta
due to, and pay all debta due by the lata Arm.
BENJAMIN STYLES,
_ , THOMAS FOLOLAEE,
Banks, October I, in*. oci-lf
MINING NOTICES.
Notice to Delinquent Co-owner.
la the Jlonataia View Mine.
TO JAMES BURNS. JOHN QTIGLET AND
HUGH LEONARD: Ton. and each of
and your repreaetativea and success-' ra m In
tm*t rewpectirely. are hereby notified that I
hare performed work and labor upon the
Moon tain View mine and ledge, situated in the
Secret Canyon Min of District, Eureka county,
Nevada, to the amount and value of Si* Hun
dred (COO, Dollars, in United States gold coin,
dorlng the past six years, to wit: from the
Rf Ctli of March. A. D. 1»?73. to and including
the year 1#?9. the same being 1100 for each year.
That jour proportion of the coat of aaid work
and lib-r if as follows, to wit:
James Burns. 300 feet |S0 00
John Quigley. 100 ** 40 00
Hugh Leonard.113H ** 43 00
And yon and each of you are hereby notified
that if you fail t«» contribute your said propor
tion of the cost of said late r and work, within
one hundred and eighty (1H>» days Irom the
date hereof, four respective interests in said
Mountain View mine will become the property
of the nnders’gned, your co-owner in said
mine, who hss made the said expenditures and
performed said work an 1 labor, in accordance
and by virtue of the laws of Congress. Section
M24 of the Revised statutes of the United
Stabs.
PATRICK DEVELIlf, Co-owner.
Eureka. Nev.. Sept. **. 1979. sShlaVMd
Assessment Notice.
Hamburg mining company -loca
tton of principal place of bosinees, San
Francisco, California; location of works, Eu
reka Mining District, Eureka county. State of
Nevada.
Notice is hereby gives, that at s meeting of
the Board of Directors, held on the Nineteenth
day of September. 1873. an assessment
of One Dollar per share, waa levied upon the
capital sbjck of the Corporation, payable inline
diately. in United Stales gold coin, to the Sec
retary, ax the office of the Company. R om 4,
No. 4ol California street, San Francisco, Cali
fornia.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid «n Tuesday, the 21*t day of Oc
tober, 1MT9. will be delinquent, and adver
tised for sale at public auction and unless
Syrnent is made before, will be sold on ;
ON DAY. the TEN 1 H OF NOVEMBER. 1«79. I
to p»ay the delinquent assessment, together
with costs of advertising and expenr.es ot sale.
By order of the Board of Directors.
D A. JENNINGS, SecreUry
Office—Boots 4, 4r01 California street, h.n
Francisco, Cal. *e30-td
Assessment Notice.
KK CONSOLIDATED MINING COMPANY
Location of Minripal place of business.
San Francisco, California; 1-jcation of w- rk*.
Eur*-ka Mining District. Eureka county. State
o< Nevada —Notice ia hereby given, that at a
meeting of the Hoard of Trustees, held on the
third day of October, 1H79, an a—raanamt (No
9/ of two f'2’< dollars per share was levied up**n
the capital stock of the corporation, payable
immediately, in United State* gold coin, to the
Secretary. at the office of the Company, R> in
44, Nevada Block. No. ‘XfS Montgomery Street,
8a>j Francisco. California.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid rn the Fiftli ;5th.‘ day of No
vember, 1*79, will be delinquent, and advertised
for tale at public auction, and uni*-?* payzu*nt
is made before, will be sold on WEDNESDAY,
the THIRD (3d) DAY OF DECEMBER, 1*79.
to pay the delinquent as**saxnent. together with |
costa of advertising and excuses of sale.
By order of the Board of Trustees.
B. B. MINOR, Secretary. I
Office—Room 44, Nevada Block. No. 909 Mont- |
gomery street. Ban Francisco, Cal. ocT-td
Notice of Assessment.
TO P. II SMITH. AND VOI R GRANTEES
You will take notice that I bvve performed
labor to tha amount of f730 during the two
years last passed, and ending Se ptember 11.
1K79, on the Belmont and Old Town mines, ait- ’
uated in Eureka Mining District, Eureka !
county. Nevada, the as me being the work re- \
quired to be done by the law* of the United .
State* in relation to mines, and that said labor j
has been done to maintain possessory title to ;
the same, and that your proportion of said ex- i
penae amounts to the suzu of $J73 in I'. B. gold ;
coin, and joo are hereby required to pay said '
sum expended in said mines as aforesaid with
in ninety days from the date of the first puhli- !
cation of this notice, or forfeit your Interest in j
said mines, which is as follows : Old Town,
400 feet; Belmont, 300 feet.
Marion ferrei l.
Eureka, August 76, 1379. anST-gOd
HOTICS TO CONTRACTORS.
'V'OTICE ia HEREBY GIVEN, BY THE
Board of County Cvmmiaaloner# of Eure,
ka county, Nevada, that B*al«d Bropoaala will
be received by the aaid Board, up to 10 o'clock
a.u.. on tie
17th day of November, 1879,
—roit—
I'uruUhlug aud Constructing; Iron
Prison Oils*
And famishing all the labor and material, and
patting said cell* In place in the County Jail
Lauding of Eureka county. Nevada, situate at
the corner of Battmsn and Moure afreets, town
and county of Eureka, Nevada. Each of said
cells to be seven feet long, five feet wide, and
seven feet high, and to he constructed of the
material mentioned in. and in accordance with
th« plans and specifications adopted and
approved by the said B ard of County Commis
sioner* of Eureka county, Nevada, op the 15th
day of October. 1879. and cow on file with the
Clerk of aaid Board Bald plana and specifics
(ions are open for Inspection, aud may be seen
at the office of the Couuty Clerk or Eureka
county, Nevada. Each bid must be for per*
funning all the labor, and furni#bin« all the
material of every kind and description, aud
the erection, completion and putting in place
aaid cells within the aforesaid Jail, strictly in
accordance with aaid plana and specification*.
1 he party whose bia shall be accepted shall,
within five days thereafter. enter into a wntt« n
contract to furnish all necessary material and
labor, and build, put In place, and complete
said cell#, in accordan t with the above men
tioned plans and specifications, ready to Pa
occupied by the 20th day of December, 1879;
which aaid plana and specifications shall be
made a part of said contract, aud shall also
furnish the county of Eureka. Nevada, a good
and sufficient bond in the turn of five thousand
dollars, to be approved by the aforeaalJ Board
of County Commissioners of Eureka county,
Nevada, conditioned to the faithful perform
ance of the contract and the completion of the
said cells, ready for acceptance by the 20th day
of December, 1879.
Bald contract shall be let to tha lowest re
sponsible bidder.
The payment will be m»de on the completion
and acceptance of the work.
The Board of County Commissioners reserve
the right to reject sny and all bids.
Healed proposal# will be opened and exam
ined by said Board on the I7«h day of Novem
ber. A. D. 1879, at 10 o'clock a. m.

j
Clerk Board of County Commissioners of Eu
reka county, Nevada.
By E. M. Ball, Deputy Clerk.
Eureka. October 15, 1879. ocl6-30d
District Court Summons.
IX THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH
Judicial District, in anil far Eureka Countv,
ktate of Nevada. The btaU of Navada rends
greeting to lames Langley.
Vou ara hereby required to appear in an ac
tion commenced agalnrl you aa defendant, by
Isabella Langley, aa plaintiff, In the District
Court of the uixth Judicial District, in and for
the county of Eureka, Elate of Nevada, at the
town of Eureka, and answer the complaint
therein, which la on file with the Clerk of aaid
Court, within ten daya after the service ou you
of this Summons (exclusive of the day of ser
vice), if served in aaid county, or twenty days
if served out of said county but within this
district, and In all other cases forty days; or
Judgment by default will be taken against you.
according to the prayer of aaid complain'.
The aaid action ia brought againat you. the
•aid defendant, to obtain a decree of divorce
from the bonds of matrimony now existing
between you and aaid plaintiff, and that plain
tiff may hare the sole «?ustody. care and control
of ths childreu. Adam Lana.’ey, now aged about
■lx ysars, and Jennie Langley, now aged about
three years, ths Issue of said marriage, and
that she may be restored to her maiden name
•f Isabella McGill, and for her coats and for
auoh other and further rslief as to said Gourt
may seem mast and proper; said plain tiff alleg
ing in her aaid complaint aa ths ground for
•aid divorce, that you said defendant for ovar
one year. Immediately preceding the com
mencement of aaid action, hare failed and nag.
lected to provide for this plaintiff the common
necessaries of life, when such neglect was not
the result of poverty on your part, and which
you could not have avoided by ordinary Indus
try. and which will more fully appear by refer
ence to plaintiff’s oomplalnt on fits herein.
And you are hereby notified, that If you fail to
appear and answer the aaid complaint aa above
required, the said plsiutiff will take judgment
for tbe relief demanded therein and for coats.
In testimony whereof, I, 1C. R.
/i«Tt'vDoi>o*. have hereunto set r.iy hand
[ ,77ri end affixed the seal of aaid Court,
^^0 ^this 2d day of October, A. D. 1872.
E. B. DODGE,
Clerk District Court. Riith Judicial District,
Rurski County, Nsvada. oct-lawl#
Al'ILlCATlOSg FOL I'ATil.NT
frucATio* roit A rtTi,
1*0 the OSIESTtL AND HELM vr , *
tfOUDATEXl MISE-Jt" irZi^T . 'S
«*r». Eur-Aa. Nevada. October U if. M*4
**'* “ that < Lar,. a I. tr ,'w1
non l*mU, O Bail. Y- p Ua-tn;
LcV an whom pet. fit. * addr, m tolw.v?-*
rada. hay this day tied lb„r appl, „t’-?'*
a patent for 1,3.X linear f**t,4 &*" **••■*
feelmunt Conaoiidaled mine. or i *
?*lTer*.2V‘ groai.1 tv ;.,t
being i«n feet on each rid* of the <4, . ■*di“
lying and Wing In Eor-ka bu5"!'
Omnty of Eur.ka and Mai- of
known and designated by the *’ «4
ufBcial flat on tie in tbU office u. . ** “4
l»«. uneum yed la.via 1 At eat. r-.or L. .*. *T
of mid Lot So. 1*. being „ f.,.:J;?.t,22ri
nation KH Egrets £a*t. B^nnia.J **
marked Xo O’- 8. Svrey JS« o» wl+i *’* **
flaotaff in the town of E-r^ka bear* ,"-. ***•
5 min. E. f**t: huby Hill v lv,d**
7 deg ii mm. W. S.1*S f«». tVf} tte BhZL!
•halt bear. X 34 deg E. £>4 ftel
nin« l.t course. X 1 4 de*. E. 447 2-i
the aontheapiem boundary <f l s, **Jh>
121, General Lee lode. wb« are l. -: \-.“4 *v*‘
General Lee rurvey bem X tO der p S
fee^. tsl feet Pa the nortkeattmi i.
L 8. rtarvey No. 120. Whence j <^t \ rf1 cf
U. rt. rtarvey aVo. 120 hear* s ^
l.Xo feet to port marked la. j r • JSS
Xo. M; thence. 2d «• ..rte. S »a . » .‘Z
feet, to pest marked X 3. I
196 thence. &! cour*-. S 114 dej? ff ]•! . *
poat market! No. 4. T.\ * Survey > ;
theme, 4tb coarse, X 89V« de*. w. lSr| M
to the eastern bonnd*ry of C H. harre* x**
134. Bart- n lode, whence pnt \ , •. l
Barton .orvey bear. X 14 H der W.
27* 6-io fe* t the northern l..un<Lsrv or ij
L. ». rtarvey Xo. 1*4. when e t d # !**
survey Xo 131 » ear* X 2&H degt. *i T-l«* m&Z
to p«wt No. 1, the place of P*-* nr.m - w, , *
of C. H Sur- .j So 1*>. O.n.rsl 1.7- J
Xo. 134, Barton Me. as c»»ogi t with th ,
▼ey are hereby excluded. Sald c-tJHtU »»
deaenbed a. Ldlovrs: Cobfli-t with l" 4
▼ey Xo. 151), General Lee lode—BeateajneL
p4#t X-». 2 of aatd Genaral L*t rr-n. v. M - -,!
tuns? then- e, let coarse. 8 6<> des X ~r , ^
Get; thrn. e, id 1 « deg 1 ‘ ■ »TiJ
feet; and tkeara, 3d coarse. 8 2*) . B y H ,
feet, to the pla»c of beginnsc/ o* r • iia
I’ rt. Hurrey No. 114. Barton
at p( st Xo. - f fcatd Bart- n anrvi kt<i ...7*
Bin* thence. l»t coarse, rt 14 dee t - . '71
feet, then-». 2d c<ur>e, > ;.p . %' *-'
J*-t. m I thence 5d c«.-arae. X * > » li
T.10 ftad.Ilia Plata of Uginning. nl.’ t...
L rir.g tn Ittdad Irom IbU •urrvy, l,»v„ n , ;
lug 13 «7-liri,i r.« TUu fltiiu l-.c,
the aoutb by tb- L«rt. u ■
L*-. Th* b- all. n of Dili u..u. it ,! ,
fd In th* Bfi-otdar t b‘ft - .,f Ear*ki
l>i«»i i. In li k 1>, ;. it 17.-, i t , : *
Any »n.l all [nvij clam i.,g
pxrtiun uf aald Ort*ntal and B- jontfunauf
ldtl*d min*. ■ r aaid mining gr i.j:„ ; , r*. ‘
before ilca. nned.are r.<)u:r.d tc r,,. ,L..r !T
virse claim wrsth the IWns^ .* in.
Mat.. Land office, at Eureka, la l.'. tol
Serada. lunng tb* «u»y d.y. i»,n.d psl.1
cation ber» f. or lb. > mil be l„.-tj by ,,,.'
of the jjrt-viaiona of the statute. *
o< 14-o*id JAd. McM.Vl.TIX, Le biter
APPLICATION ron A PATI XT
TOT1U PKEMX? M MIX* -J. . ,
1 Htetf* Land Olli. *■. E. . k, N, -.3 ;. **,*
5gjy??z?5S?S * l“ i*rrt--; -" * *< ** ** tSSi
in* silver, with ^ rfi.. „t , ! ; : r fc-V^ ,
<*••> and u; ; >„
I
Hute . f Nevada, and kn- n an ? .• n^aied br
the field note* and < filial plat i,a rkiajj J
oflk e a» I*ot No Forty , to . in Towcin Ta n
*J * * {-» north. l it, i m oat f
'
arive of said I-ot No. to beirg t* f ,:kVt,fc> *jf
Var.ktlc.(i, lfiS degree* * art. Cwar*M»dB# at a
poet marked No 1, t 8. Strvr? No tie
some being poat So 3 of t S. ikmy JU>. ST
(Urn*< n lode, taker., e the *r- fc<,a cotter rwml
U.on t * Heel, -na 5. fi, 7 and fr.Tvaj.abip *:6
north, Range to *»rt, Mount iAaik* Meridian,
bears S €4 der. 34 min. W, L13* tort. and ti.e
Garrison shaft U sr» N 31 d»„* M tola. W. Hi
f« et : Thence. running lat nmne, 1 \ deg. W
44.M> feet, to J • rt marked N o 21' 8. **,rv.y No.
44); th«-nr«. 3d cow**-. N R'J S de’ E 1.100 feet
to p< »t marked No. 3, 1.8. 8: rvey Mo <4);
t be i . “
marked No 4. C. 8. Survey No. 10. tie name be
tug |k«I No. 2 of l' 8. Surrey Xo M. Junction
lode; and thence. 4tb course. 8 #i \ drgW I.ioq
feat, along aaad survey > 39. Jane to u lode,
to poet No. 1. the place tf b*i/jnt:ag. contain,
iog 10 MO acres. This claim i* V- atded south
by the Junction, west by the Garrison. Tbs
location of this mine is duly recorded in tbs
Recorder's Often if Gortos Mining District, ta
Book B, page two hundred and eleven.
Any and all persona claiming adverse*
ly any portiou of said Premium mine, it
■aid mining ground as hereinbefore tics ‘-riled,
are required to file their adverse claim *.tk
the Register i t the I'm tod Stoics X-an.l Office,
at Eureka, la the State of Nevada, during tbs
•iaty days period of publication hereof, or they
will be barred by virtue cf the provision* of the
statute.
»e2M0d JAB. Me MARTIN, Register.
APPLICATION TOR A PATENT
^0 THE JUNCTION MINE.-No. 5*1.
X United State* Laud Ofl<e, Eureka. Nevada,
September 71. l8Tf.—Notics ia herebr given,
that SlmsoaWenbtn,whose P'*t five address i«
Cortei. Eureka county, Nevada, haa this day
filed his application for a j sunt for i!tee®
hundred (l.lstoj linear feet of the June but. nuns,
or vein bearing aiivrr, with surf*. * gr«. und fcui
hundred ,400; feet iu width, situate, lying and
being in Corb i Mining District. County of
Enrelta and State cf Nevada, and known and
designated by th# field notes and tficisi plat
on file In this office as Lot No. Thirty-nine {39},
In Township Twenty an north. Range Forty,
eight east of Mount Diablo Meridian. The tv
terlcr boundaries of said Lot Xu. *» being M
follows, ts wit : Variation lt>I4 degrees east.
Commencing at a post marked No. 1, l\ B. Bur.
vey No. 38, the aauie being post XV 4 of C. 8,
Survey No. 37. Garrison lode. when.* tha are.
tiun corner common to Sections 6, 6, 7 and $,
Township 'if- north. Range 44 east, M* uti Diablo
Meridian, bears S 63 deg. 1 min W 9.739 feet,
and the Garrison shaft bears N 2 It deg "
feet : Thence, running 1st course. N dsg.
E 400 feet, to post No 8 of said Uamec# nr*
vey, 1,500 feet to post marked No. 3 U. 8 Survey
No, 38; thence. 3d courae. S 7 * deg. E feet
to post marked No. 3. U. B Survey No. S8j
thenee, 3d course. S 83 H deg. W l,3u) feet to
post marked No. 4, U. 8 hurvey So. 39: tbeuce,
4th course, X 71* deg. W 400 f»*tto pest So. 1,
the place of beginning, rontalcing 1® '"/v®
acres. Thla claim is bounded on th* north by
the Osrrlson. The location of this mine lajhjly
recorded in the Recorder's Office of Cortei Min
ing District, in Rook B. page on* hun.
dred and ninety-right. Any and all persons
claiming adversely any portion of said f*n«tioa
mine, or said mining ground as heretnbefor*
described, are required to file their stivers*
claim with the Register of the United HUtea
Land Office, at Eureka, in the State of Nevada,
during the siity days period of uubihslion
hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of tha
provision* of the statute.
*«24-«od JA8. McMARTIN. Register.
District Court Summons. .
IN THE DISTRICT COI'RT OF THE SIXTH
Judicial District. In and for Eureka County,
Bute » f Nevada. The State of Nevada **nda
greeting to Jamea Bias:
You are hereby required to appear In an ac
tion commenced against you as defendant, D7
Jamea M. Owen. a» plaintiff, in the District
Court of the Sixth Judicial District, in and for
tl.e county of Eureka. State of Nevada, st tM
town of Eureka, and answer the couplnj
therein, which is on file with the clerk of said
court, within ten daya after the service on you
of thia summons (exclusive of the day of ser
vice), if served in said county, or twenty u*y*
if served out of aaid county, tut within thll
District, and in all other react forty days, or
judgment by default will be taken against you,
according to the prayer of said complaint.
The said action Is brought to recover Judf*
mcnt against you, the said defendant, tor lu«
•um of nine hundred and fifty-five dollars, in
U. B. gold coin, on a certain promissory note,
made and delivered by you to the plaintiff, I «•
cember 3d, 1875, In the sum of five buudrra
dollars; and also to foreclose a certain mort
gage given by you to plaiutlff, to aecure ***«
note, upon Lot No. 6, In Block No. 24. in
Monroe 8un cy of the town of Eureka being •
part of the Robin'a tract; and for one huudrea
dollars, attorney fees, for the forecloaure
•aid mortgage. ... _ ,.u
And you are hereby notified, that if ^
to appear and answer the said complaint sa
above required, the aaid plaiutlff will a»k
Court for the relief demanded in the com
L testimony whereof, I, E. R. ?i*of
hereunto aet my hand sad affixed the »*»
•aid Court, this 1st day of September, A. v.
1 E. R. DODGE.
Clerk District Court, Sixth Judicial District,
Eureka County, Nevada.
atr-flaiwaar ■»-.
o6ali_ooal i i
TJARTIES WHO INTEND BinNINO tl^D
X Co.l tbl. Winter, will P>«** >':
the probable amount they will to
the season, that I may know what quantity
Sft- Al Ihe E. k P.
F. RE I CELHUTH’8
aUADMLLE BAND WILL rl'B!J.I®,U
be., of Buete for B»Ui. Bfr
M, etc., it the moit reeeoneble term.,
FRANK RBIOELHL’TH, Leedjr.
Eureka, September M. ___.
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