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VOL. XVII. EUllEKA, NEV A DA. FJUDA V MOUNTING, NOVEMHEIi 21, 1879.
i ' ' " ^——■———————■ for sale AND TO LET.^ House For Rent. BBIOk house, ON CLARK STREET, T"i,| to the bridge, containing four good. •Ired rooms, nicely papered etc 1. offered for * t on reasonable terms. Inquire of rent on reasona MRS. MORG AN, Id rear of the llurdy Houae. Eureka, October 3D, 1*0._"eliltf Cottage to Rent. „,irK UNFURNISHED BRICK COTTAGE, 1 knowa as the" Golden Rule" cottage, on if,, west side of Allas Hill, containing three Hi! "a with good brick cellar, can be rented on Steaat:;:. ««_ To EE 3NT T . Anew house, of three rooms, situated next to the residence ufJo'M . Erie, Nob Hill. Apply on the premises. "Eureka. July »■ 1H79.i!*’ U WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS. REMOVAL! JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT OF EASTERN NEVADA, rruKK.S PLEASURE IN INFORMING THE I nubile that lie has fitted up a NEW AND ELEGANT JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT, and la to be found Two I»oor» shove Hie White Pine Comity llnnk. Main Street, Where he will lie glad to see bis old friends, custom ra. ami the public at large. Thanking them fortliepaat.be solicits their patronage for the future in bia new place of bualneaa, fL Main Street, EUREKA, NEVADA. HuT « HE BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM H1B Cus tomer* and th* public that be baa Juat re ceived a New and Well-Selected Stock Of tb« latent pattern* of FINE JEWELRY! In addition to hl» large and fine stock which ha keeps constantly on hand, consisting of D-l-A-M-O-N-D-8, COLD AND SILVER WATCHES, Oold Chain*, Terr One Jewelry, all solid gold, of alt kinds ; solid Silver and plated Wars, and CLOCKS Of cvary description ; all of which ha guaran tee, to be of the beet quality, and warrantsd aa represented, and which ha offers to sell at M per cent, laaa than any other house In has tarn Nevada. Also, a good assortment of Pebble, Concave end Convex SPECTACLES and EYE-OLASSE8. %r please call and examine my magnificent •tock of good* before purchasing elsewhere Ho trouble to show gooda. Prices to suit the times. Special Attention Paid to Wotob* Work. Welches repaired, cleaned end warranted for ooe year. Hew Jewelry made to order, and jewelry neatly repaired. All order* from tb* country promptly attend ed t*. _ _ I=>. BTELjBR. KDW. WILHKLM, CHRONOMETER, WATCH IND^CLOCKMAKER Mala Street, oaa door earth of Mayors A TrankUn'a. HAS JtST OPENED A LAHOE AND chutes selection of FIRST-CLASS JEWELRY, IVITABLS VOS Holiday Presents! Now Jowdlrv MAdo To Order. Repairing of Jewelry Neatly and Expeditiously Done. Especial attention is glean to ENGRAVING. Orders from th# country will ba promptly attended to. Witches Carefully Repaired and Warranted for One Year. Twenty years' experience in the very first Chronometer, watch and clockmaking entabllah ttsuta of Dreaden, Paris, London, Hhanghal, Yokohama and Han Francisco, a complete set of Machinery necessary for the manufacture and fspalr of ail kinds of time-keeping instruments combined with the fact that I refund any mousy if ever I should fall to give entire satisfaction, Will be a fair guarantee that nona but Arst-elasa Work will laare my hands. _ KDW. WILHELM. Eureka. December 14.187g. dlfi-tf &PIONEER& Poplar Jewelry Slop!! OP EUREKA, (OffMlU J. A. Futon fc Oo.'l But) J. STRATTS, V EEFS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FINE stock of gold and allvcr watches, clocks, diamonds and alWtrwara, gold pans, pld and silver penholders, of which I have the *t*&cy: gold, silver, steel and rubber spectacles •jjaye-giaasee. I have the beat selection of *P*teelee and ejre>glassea in Eureka, as I make gjae articles a specialty. Watches, clocks, iTT*117, mathematical and astronomical ma •***»•• repaired, and all work warranted or no •barge made. JT. STRAUS, luieka, January 30.1870.J anal if ANTONIO FEBBABIS, PRACTICAL AND ANATOMICAL bootmak.br, Batmua Itmt, Opposite tbs Sew Court House. Boots kadi to obdkr, os beet French Melerlele. Perfect fite M^k. nereateed. A full aeaortmeat of outturn ^k 5*®* houte conatantly on bend. Led lee' work p*n Up la the beet French etjrle. Oork-eoled e •penalty, expreeely for winter end IIJRut wear, with Scotch botttme If deelrcd. 'Mbck dreeateg far lediae' ead cbl ldren'a ahuee. •**!• eieortnieut of Imported boote end sepetrlng aaetlr end promptly executed. ,kf “*• but practical workmen ere employed el “♦•bllckment. Oell end eaemlaa my W?*' . . ANTONIO FKHRARIS. ■UMke, Sept. 10,1W». ecll-tf K««ll * Waldvogel’s 3D A XjR, "5T PURE MILK AND CREAM I OSSTZD IN ANY QUANTITY TO SUIT cuatomer*. wiahlng Milk or OrMm. can notify • virtn of our f mom, FAMILY GItOCEKIES. HIRAM JOHNSON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES —Ain>— PROVISIONS! Chicago Hams and Breakfast Bacon, Sugar cured, always on band. NEW BUILDING—OLD STAND, Main street, Notth of Clark, Eureka, Nevada, xuytit/ Family Grocery AND VEGETABLE STORE. M. L. GREGOVICH, "VTEXT TO THE PEOPLE'S MARKET, WILL Xl keep rouatantly on baud all kinds of Vegetables, Fruit, Fish, Eggs and Poultry, And in fact, everything Kenerally found In a flrat-riant* family market. E. R. DODGE, “THE LITTLE STORE AROUND THE CORNER," A FINE ASSORTMENT OF FAMILY GROCERIES ALWAYS ON HAND. Eureka, June 13,1879. Jel4-tf J. MARCHANT Bh Just opened n FAMILY GROCERY —and— PROVISION STORE, XTMT DOOR to the dry goods store of Maclaren k Macdonald, where he will keep the CHOICEST GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. And sell ae cheap aa the cheapest. SSTTrede solicited. Goode delivered free of Oharge mrtl tf BREWERIE8 AND SALOONS. Great Attraction! STAR BREWERY SCHMIDT I MEHOES, PROP'S. »|1HK STAR BREWERY 18 NOW OPEN J and the bualneae will be conducted in the •awe wanner aa Joe Mondee’ Tiger Saloon i» kept on Main atraet, with Good Llquore, IWuelo, — — and— Attentive Waiter Girls. B«,t LA OCR BEER In th* But., Sold at OO Cts. per Callon, At Wholesale. By strict attention to bualneaa, we hope to merit a fair ahare of the public patronage. JOE MENDES. CASPER SCHMIDT. Eureka Juno 9,1879. J*3-tf lAlabllihed.1870. C. P. BREWERY. H. VORBERG. Proprietor. HAVISO TAKES THE HELM AGAIS AT tb. a boa* ..tabliahiuaut, 1 wl.h to an uouuc. to my old frt.nd. *ud th. public th*t tb. a*m* .ball b. CONDUCTED AS OF OLD. By th. Barral, K.g, Okll.n and Olaaa. WINES, LiIQUORfi —AND— O I O -A- 3R. &9 Of the beat quality only, coneUntly^cm^hand. Eureka. Jane 4,1879. Jofl»tf^ g BXIKBABT. J. P. KDOPP REINHART ( CO. Dealer* Is Whole end Ground IB .A. DR/ Xj IE3 "XT, FL0VR, WHEAT, BEAK AMD SHORTS. Barley Ground to Order# idlXTI FOB THE BHUTLEK ’WAGON agents fOB BLOWS, MOWEBS, BEABEHS, And til kinde of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. All Goode delivered to any pert ef town free of oharga. . OPTICS—Nertb Mein Street, neil door to the Iron Hell. Enreke, Wee. NOTICB. T* OBDEB TO KITABLIBH A Uniform Tim© W la lureka, raoM this day MT BEGTTLATOB WILL SHOW OOBBEOT EUREKA MEAN TIME, Taken by eatronomtoel obeerveUon. ID. WILHELM. Chronometer Maker. Eureka, July 14,1*79.__ B'iAMftSaiSSSSff**5 at tedneeA prtoee _ HOTELS. THE JlfkSOt HOTEL is now open, And is the only Fire-proof Ilotel in Eastern Nevada. MAI.V STREET, EUREKA. Tin: rooms art? hard finished, el enautly furnished and spacious. SISUI.E ROOMS OR IS SUITS. UAS IS A 1.1. THE ROOMS. Connected with the Hotel ia the I Finest Bar-room in the State! A. JACKSON, Proprietor. Formerly of the JackHon House, at Hamilton, White Pine county. Jeltf J. L. HINCKLEY. J. tl. LOCKWOOD. THE PARKER HOUSE. Hinckley & Lockwood, PROPRIETORS. This house well be kept first clash. Rooms single or in suits. At tached to the House is a tirst-claHS BESTA.XJBA.ISrT. THE B A. B Has a fine reputation, and nothing but the beat Liquors, Wines and Cigars will be kept. •^"Railroad coaches will take passengers to and from the depot. Eureka, February 6, 1879. feb7 tf soTtiT (Tat¥T«tel, MOUTH OF PINTO CANYON. THOMAS FITZPATRICK, PROPRIETOR. Travelers will find good accom modatlon* at this bouse. The Hamilton, Ward and Pioche stages stop for meals at this establishment. GOOD STABLING, HAY AND GRAIN. tST Meals at All Hoars—AO Cents. A share of the public patronage Is solicited. South Gate, April 3,1679. ap4-tf _ DRUGS AND MEDICINES. J.F.SCHNEIDER Has Again Opened Hla g DRUG STORE, g At tli« Old Stood on Slain Street, Second door north of Jo. Mend..' Saloon, J AM PREPARED TO PUT UP PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS, AND ORDER? FOR Drugs and Medicines, At all houra of tb« day or night. j Z alto hava a full line of PERFUMERY, Toilet Articles, linlr Brii«hra, Tooth Brushes, Wall Brushes, Etc., And In fact ever) thing naually found in aflrat claaa Drug fetore. F. J. SCHNEIDER. Eureka, May 24, 1879. mjM-tf GERMiN’DRUG’’STORE, So. 69 Main Street, aouth of Turner Hou... Keeps a rn.i. assortment orWt all bind, of Fureigu and Domestic A3 DRUGS AND CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES, FANCY ARTICLES. Aud everythin* el.e usually to be found In a Urat-claa. Drug Store. Phrilelian,' Prescription. Careftilly Compounded. DR. E. THIELE, Proprietor. Eureka, July 93,1313. iyat-tf CITY PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY South Jfulu Street, Eureka Nov. PhotographsJ»hotograoh8 Having the best arranged Gallery In the State, and having had a long and uninterrupted prat tle* in the Photographing business, 1 uu »1>1« to prcduoe tne irutsi snu —TH*— MOST LIFELIKE PICTURES c'niirBBuituti reproduced from the einalleet mSitaSTto thlfif-elMpicture, equal to an, of the beet reputed houeee East or Meat. CRAYON FINISH ENLARGEMENTS A SPECIALTY. Alio, Water color, Porcelain, Photo-ohrome and all other* too uumerou* to mention. 411 negative* are carefully retouched and nraaerveu one year for further order*, preserved 0,1’gCIg M0N4C0, Photographer. Pioneer Barber Shop and Bath House, North Main Street, Eureka, mw* UNDEB8IGNED, HAVING OPENED T ?k* a^ o a.t.bll.bm.nt, dM tli pro fwaloual aarrlcaa to .11 wlio daalre a Jwt-Hu. ph«loJnoml.H hair-cut, or an ac.tatic ahara. Hair CuttluB. 80 <*•><«. ,**>'>• Iuk. 80 C«»ta. — Coanactad with the aatab IJ -- Uahmant ara aavera) ucataoo tBte«MBi3t.,.laiant Hath Buoina, when tg..TM«jk.l. moat daalrabla Hot or Ooldbatb. ciuTTa had at all tlmaa, | BATHS. 80 CEBITS, *■ *fc"*dl4» “tax notice. wffifJS HS£CTiS?.S ■ ^ i n.vthle at my office, at the Banking du. andp^abla ^ the Uwi pSij'ttS Smaction will ba atriotly «u forced. CooPER. County Treaaurar. RAM L. ^ FX oai||(, TM Collator. ' Baraka. Oatebar », «ai-M _clothing and provisions. R. SADLER & CO., North Main At root, Eureka. DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE Groceries id Provisions! OLOTHIN Q-, BOOTS AM) SHOES! HARDWARE! —AND— TI1TWARE! A FULL LINE OF THE NEWEST STYLES —OF— WALL PAPER! aqUnts for F O It K I Cl N AID HOME INSURANCE COMPANIES. ALSO, AGEXTS FOR THE CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS, —AND- - HERCULES BLASTING AND SPORTING I? O W D E R . •5^ Goods Delivered free of charge. It. SADLEIl At CO., North Main Street. Eureka. COME ONEMME ALL!! ^ND BEE MY NICE ASSORTMENT OF DOMESTICS IMPORTED CIGARS, All kinds of TOBACCOS ; Pipes, from the com monest Clay to the very flneat Meerschaum: Cigar and Cigarette Holders, and in fact a full line of Ninokm* Articles. Also, STATIONERY, Blank, Paaa and Time Books. A fall assortment of the very best Pocket Knives, Albums, Music Boxes, Guitars, Ac cordions, and a great number of other goods adapted for PRESENTS, Too numerous to mention, which I offer to •ell at PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST I Come and see, and I will oonvince you of the facta above stated. I have • nice SAMPLE ROOM In the rear, where you sen got the choicest kind* of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. J. H. MICHEL. Eureka December 14,1878. dl 'CIGAR STORE7 JACK PERRYS CORNER, JAKE HARRIS, Proprietor. Imported and Domestic Cigars Of choice brands, the beat in the market. Tobacco*, ClgarelleK, and Smoker** Article*, Etc. Eureka, September 1. 1879. sl-tf CIGARS AND TOBACCO. CIGARS BY MAIL. POSTAGE PAID, AT $2 to $10 per hundred, direct from manufactory. ALL KINDS OF SMOKING AND PLUG TOBACCOS: SMOKING—28 to $0 cent* per pound, at manufactory; will ship any number of pound*. PLUG—43 to 4$ rosit* per pound, at man ufactory, in 5, 10, 23. 80 and UO pound packages. Sample* of Tobaccos will be sent by mail to DEALERS, at wholesale prices, and 18 cents per pound for postage. Send for Pries List. Terms : Cash. Will give astifactory reference*, if desired. * Z T. WOODS, (Agent for Manufacturer*.) oclO-lm Mcunt Union, Pa. LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE, South Mniu Street, Eureka. Nevada, NOOBE BRO S., • • • Prop'*. A GEN ERA I. LIVERY BUSINESS WILL be conducted in all it* branches. Horses bought and sold. Horses botrded bjr the day, week or month. . . ., Elegant turnouta, four iu hand, double or tingle, can alwaya be procured. Hay and Grain for Bale. Persona patronising ua will alwaya find good treatment and reasonable prlost. Eureka,Oct. 89. lt>7U. _°aatf Thanksgiving Proclamation. I FOLLOWING THE CUSTOM OF OUB 1 Forefathers, and in grateful recognition of tfce bleasimre of peace, health and general buelneae prosperity vouchsafed to and enjoyed by the people of this SMt« during theT»**»npW near'.v ended, I hereby dealjrnate THl KftDAT( THE !7til DAY or NOVEMBER. A. D. 1870. as a d«v of thanksgiving ami pi-«retI do „.neatly ..command to my follow alttasna that. with h- ertlslt and cordial unity, on that i'kv \t » fWLdtf »»i4 *l*«si*s»S to the Al mighty Ruler for id* many morels*. jTi testimony wl.rrsof.Jt have bsrsuato set my hand, and canned the OrcatSwil fit the ritate "'ponlfal'carson City, Nsvada. thla »tb day of November, A. ». l*'»joHS H KISKEAD, Opvernor of Nevada. B JiiP«B°lUbCOoit. Secretary of State, [nli-td COAL ! COALl ! tyarties who intend burning hard p oil this Winter, will pleaee let me know the probable amount they will consume during ;^er:.on.,hatI may know w^c^Uty m Al the E. A f-Lumbar Co.'a office. SALOONS. mm; saloon, XT3P STAIKS IN H. VORBERG'S BUILDING, HAIM STREET. THE CHOICEST BRANDS OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. POOI. AMD BILLIARDS. - 0 Elegantly Famished Club Rooms. LUTHER CLARK A CO., Prop’rs. Eureka, June 17, 1879. Jel8-tf MENDES’ “TIGER” SALOON. THE I.ARUEST IM NEVADA. IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS. THE BEST BRANDS OF WINES, LIQUORS^AND CIGARS. A FULL BAND OF MUSIC In attendance every evening. JOE MENDES, Proprietor. Eureka, May 17, 1879. myl8-tf HENRY MAU. V. M. IIEITMAN. HENRY MAU & CO., PROPRIETORS OF SIN FRANCISCO BREWERY, Corner of Main and Gold Streets. -O The premises ap.k the largest in Eastern Neveda, and a new and well-ap pointed Saloon has been elegantly finished. The very best brands of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS Are provided. We have constantly on hand b e a n , By the barrel, keg, gallon and glasa. Eureka, June 1,1879. jel-tf JACK PERRY’S SALOON, —cohner or— Main and Bateman Streets EUREKA, ISTE'V. -THE CHOICEST Wines, Liquors and Cigars Obtainable in the San Francisco market con stantly on hand. Eureka. August 10.1878. aulO-tf TURNER’S SALOON, -IN THE TURNER HOU8E, Mouth Main Mtreet, Eurokh. THE CHOICEST OF VINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS To ba obtained, only will be kept. Eureka, October 10,1879. ocll-tf Red Lion Seloon. Flrnt door North of Intoruntlona! Hotel, Slitlu street. Eureka, McLElH k STYLES, • • Proprietors THE FINEST BRANDO OF Cigars, Wines and Liquors, Obtainable in the San Francisco market, con stantly on hand. LIQUORS, ONE BIT. Attentive and obllg Ing barkeepers always In attendance. GIVE US A CALL. Eureka, September 22, 1379. s23-tl CHRISTMAS NIGHT! GHA3NTD MSQDERIDE BILL, EUREKA HALL, Thursday Eve’g.Dec.25,1879 The management of eureka hale beg leave to announce the above Ball on Christmas night, on a scale never before at tempted in Eureka. The Hall will be arranged to represent one VAST CROTTO SCENE, Handaomely Illuminated and Decorated. 3 Handsome Diamond Presents 3 Will be awarded to tfti« Cent Suim talueift Character*. A Popular Costumer Will be In attendance on tbe algbt of tbe Ball. PROF. RIEGEEIIUTH'S FULL BRASS AND STRING BAND Haa bean eapeclally engaged for tbe ocoaalon. Responsible examining and awarding com mittee* will be In attendance. No improper character* admitted. Concealed Weapon!, of all deacrlptiona, poaltively pro hibited. NO ONE ALLOWED ON THE R008 UNLESS EN MASCUE. Scale of Prloeai Spectator'* Ticket* («t*g»>...#l.BO Spectator'* Ticket* (dree* circle). 3 00 Floor Ticket*...' B 00 So extra ohargc for teacrced «**•»• O, L. SCOTT A CO., Manager*. Bureka, October M. IMS. ocal-td Dissolution Notioe. fTtHE COPARTNERSHIP H^TOFOB* 1 exiatiug in tween Lutber Clark and Max Oberfelder. under the Arm Clark * Co., baa tide day been dlaaolved by mutual couaent. I.uthcr Clark continuing the bualueaa of the Palace ^n0„rBFf.ulEB. H’THE"CLARK. Eureka. Nevada, October 17, 1879. oclPtf SEI1AL RLANKN. Of_ ^‘.IL I»K A •criptioua, priatod to order •* 8KH NKL oWlCJt. RESTAURANTS. CORNER CROP STANi, In the rear of the Old Corner Saloon. PRAMENKO A BALLICH, proprietors. The finest the market affords always served to customers. Fowl, Wild Game, Fisk, Oysters, Ete., Etc., Prepared in (lie moat tempting style. Meals at All Ilonrs of the^Day or Night. Private Rooms for Parties, Balls. For every delicacy of the season, go to the CORNER CHOP STAND. Eureka, October 1,1879. oc2-tf OPEN ^ACAIN. The Chop Stand in Jack Perry's WILL BE REOPENED ON Wednesday, October 29th, AS A REGULAR CHOP STAND. EVERYTHING COOKED TO ORDER Soup at any hour for Regular Customers. BILLY WALKER. Eureka, October 27,1879. oc.28-1 w THErTURliER HOUSE, North Mnin St., Eureka. Mrs. R. Stewart and Mrs. M. A. Gallagher, Proprietor*. Having leased the turner house Lodging Departments and Restaurant, we now solicit a share of the public patronage. THE RESTAURANT Will be second to none in the town; while Pleasant and Airy Rooms Will always be at the service of guests. Please give us a call. Price* KeaaoaiMble. MRS. R. STEWART, MRS. M. A. GALLAGHER, ocl5-tf Proprietors. PARKER HOUSE RESTAURANT. XRI. H1U LEY. Proprlctraa. Thankful for past fa- ^ vora, and by strict attention to business, I hope to merit and receive a share of the public ■ patronage. Board, per Week.18.00 Single Beal*....SO Cent* Eureka, August 5, 1879. auG-tf FRENCH ROTISSERIE! Three doors below Joe Mendes, Ivl .A. X 1ST STREET. MRS. NICK MILLICH XAKES PLEASURE IN INVITING PUBLIC attention to her S.w F11KNCU BOTIS HIE, wkleb will b* run in • superior style. French Cooking to Ordar, Upon Day aud Might. Mo 1'ktueee Employed. •STTha finest of WINES, CIGARS, ato. W GIVE ME A CALL. MBS. NICK MILLICH, Proprietress. Eureka, July 28, 1879.jy29.lt FISHE S RESTAURANT ! Removed to Its Old Location* Having returned to my former place »f business on Main street, occu pied previous to the fire, I am now again pre pared to furnlah ail my old customers and new patrons with the beat day board in Eureka. Open Day_and Night. Suppers for private parties gotten up on short notice. WEDDING CAKES AND~FANCY PASTRY A SPECIALTY. By leaving order* at the Stora, goods will bs delivered to any part of the town. CHA8. FISKE, Proprietor. Eureka. May 9«. 1879. _my27tf Again to the Front I MRS. TWOCH’S NEW RESTAURANT, On Duel Street, opposite Paxton * Oo’a Bank. BOARD REDUCED! TO $9 PER WEEK. Brenkfkat, from 7 to 12 o'clock A. St. Winner, from 5 to 7 o’clock P. M. Board per week.I» DO Single It cat In. cento Private Rooms for Families, and Extra Dinners to Order. Eureka. May 28, fl7B.my27-lm UVtXtS. BROWN'S RESTAURANT. Main Street, next door north ot B. Johnten'e Store, Main Street. THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS WILL at all tlmea be eerved to my patrone. BOARD: Par Weak.•• Single ..»• ,u A there of the publio patronage la solicited. MRS. BROWS. Eureka, May 8.1819. W*-* ffPlf RESTAURANT! THE FIRST_IN SEHAOI. JCST OPES ED OS SORTS MAIM STREET, Eureka. FRANK ROKBLK3. Froprlstor. Meals Twenty-five Cents to $1 00! BREAKFAST : Beefeteak. Mutton Chop. Veal Outlet, Pota toee. Bread and Butter, Tea and Coffee. IDIXsTTSTBS. : All eorta of Roaat end Boiled Meats, Vegeta, bias, Soups, Etc. «*■“ A'lTOliNEYS AT LAW. TgOMAS LASPEYM, Attorney . and coekseIiAR at Law. once la Hyland', Brick Bund le#. Bateman atreet oppeaita the Jackm House, Eureka, Nevada. OEO. W. MERRILL. A. L. FITZGERALD. MERRILL ft FITZGERALD, Attorneys at law. pbac T1GE in all the Courts. Office in the Sf.nt»xl building. Eureka, October 8, 1879. odMf ~ cTjl lanswo, Attorney at eaw. office m Odd Fellows’ Building, over Walls, Fargo A Go’s Express Office. Eureka, May 20,1879. mytttf r. W. COLE. A. M. HILLHOUSR. HILLH0U8E ft COLE, ATTORNEY!! AT LAW, EUREKA. Nevada. Rooms 1 and 2, Odd Fellows’ Building. F. H. HARMON, Attorney at law. office At the Assessor’s office, in the Court house. JOHN T BAKER, A TTORNEY AT LAWt OFFICE IN Hyland's Block, Bateman street. Eureka Nevada. Particular attention given to the acquiring of of titles to Government lands. OEO. W. BAKER, Attorney at law and nota ry Public. Office in Dick Hyland’s Brick Building, Bateman street, Eureka, Nevada. PHYSICIANS. DR. 0. H. THOMA, PHYSICIAN AND MUROEON. OF flee in Sentimkl building, up ataira, rear suite of rooms. DR. E. B. DELAMATYR. Homeopathint.-office and residence over Fiske's Restaurant, Main street. Office hours : 8 to 10 a. m. ; 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P. M. DR J. R. N. OWEN, PHYSIC I AW AWD NIIUiEOW EU reka, Nevada. Office in Clark’e Building, corner of 11; in and Clark Btreets. J. A. NESBITT. M.D..C. M. OFFICE—COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL, SOUTH Main street, Eureka, Nevada. DR. JAMES WILLIAMS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OP lie* at the Jackson Hotel. Eureka, DR. E. THIELE, PHYSICIAN SURGEON AND OB* btztbician. Office—80 Main street, Of fice hours : 8 to 10 a. if. and 2 to 4 P. M. DR. M. ROCKMAN, T> HYSICIAN AND SURGEON. 1 Office at the International Hotel. Eureka. Sot. 18, i8?9.n!8-tf PROFESSIONAL CARDS. C. HAMILTON, D. D. 8.. Dentist, roods, bate. MAN street, opposite the 8mm- mmSBk TiWL'a new building._m THOMAS J. READ, film ENGINEER AND U. S, DKP. V uty Mineral Surveyor. Office la ByUad'8 Brisk Building, on the corner of Bateman and Buel etreeta, up atalra. SOCIETIES. EUREKA LODGE. NO. 1*. T. A A. D. The STATED COMMUNICATIONS OF Eu reka Lodge, No. 18. r. k A. K , will ha bald in Odd Fellows' Hall the fonrth Monday of aaoh and every month. Mam here of aletor lodges, and aolournlag brethren in goad atuading, are cordially Invit ed to attend. H. JOHNSON, W. M. W. F, Snicnnutaii, Baoretary. ST. JOHN’S CHAPTER, NO. 0. The stated convocations or bt John'a Chapter, No. 8, K. A. M.. will be held at Masonic Hall, on thaeecond Wed need ay evening of each month. Called communica tion. on all other Wedneaday evenings. All Boyal Arch Maaoua, in good standing, are oordially invited to attend. DAV. E. BAXLY, H. P. W. A. Dtrunr, Baoretary. ADERICAN LABOR UNION. The regular meetings of th* American Labor Union will be held at Annory Hall, on THURSDAY EVENING of each week. Any peracn desiring Information In regard to the Union, can obtain the same by applying to the Secretary, at Armory Hall, be. tween the houra of i ana 4 o'clock r if., dally. A. C. BISHOP. President. A. M. CAxrscu., Secretary. aplT.tf RED MEM. WINNEMUCCA TRIBE. NO. *. IMPROVED Order of Red Men, hold regular coun cils at Masonic Hall on the third sleep of every seven aune, at the seventh run, thirtieth breeth. Sojourning braves, warriors and chiefs, are cordially Invited to meet In council. R. M. BEATTY, Sachem. Max Jacob#, Chief of Record. al BEATIFIC LOUSE, NO. T, K. OF P., MEETS EACH FRIDAY OF EVERY month, at 730 o'clock r. It., at Its Castle . In Odd Fellows' building. All BrotLer Knights, in good standing, an fraternally Invited to attend euch meetings. C. L. DROY, 0. .0 H. B. McKxx, X. of R. and 8. BIT,LION ENCAMPMENT MO. 10. Holds regular sessions on tbr Third MONDAYS of each month, at lit o'clock, r. u„ at Odd Fellows’ Building, Sojourning Patriarchs are Invited to attend. BEN. 0. LEVY, 0. V. S. D. Hxnby, Scribe. Jettf MOUNTAIN LODGE MO. *22.214.171.124. F., Meet every Saturday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall, at T o'clook. All members of the order, in good standing, art In. vited to attend. J. TIZDJE, N. G. F. T. Walsh, Secretary. HIBERNIAN*. The a. o. h. meets every first and third Saturday evening of the month, at corner of Clark and Monroe etreeta, until further notice. THOS. MURPHY. Freeldant. J. W. Malloy. Secretary. W. E. DAVIDSON, Bookseller, Stationer and Newsdealer, PORT-OFFICE BUILDING, EUREKA.. a pcli, lis* or Bicnk Book* and Stationary Of ivtrf deterlpUou kept ooaatactly oa hind. BCBsoaipi'ioxFnBCaiTUi fob Raw York Warkty, fltuiMreled Tim#*, Raw York L#d*rr. Chimney Corn#*. Hreald# companion. Saw York Clipper, Family Story Papor, Herper'aWaoify, Saturday Slakt. Lealle'a Weakly Pull#* Oiaaft*. Polio* X*wa. and other l'l>» Varlatiea, * aataro P*riodl«all, Whleb will b* promptly d<,lly*r*d by carrier*. Eureka. October 90. 197*. oeSl-tf F. DEICELHUTH’8 /'VJADBILL* BAND WILL PFBSISH THE U beet of mualc for Ball*, Partiea. Sera adea, etc., at tha moat reaaonabl* t*rma. PHASE HKIOFLEUTH, Leader. Eureka, September 39,197*. *39*tf JOB PBISTIHH or ALL XIXM A SPECIALTY st thl* OSes.