Newspaper Page Text
eureka daily sentinel.
fRII)AT, FEBRUARY IB. 1873. LOCAL intelligence. Arrivals and Departures. ARRIVALS. *T V. L. PRITCHARDS 8TAOK US*. F Cook Mr« Cummings A Hnnding A 1 11«"kins J M Knglish V““ Hull*"1! J llrannan J omfordt J Harrington k* 11 sprinkle departures. BY W. I.. PHtTCHARU'a STAG* LIS*. JS Trask Nick Capech and dog Ah Fong F Cook \V Sampson S .Ininos **•*'* !l Mooney l’at llavnos STOCK REPORT. San Francisco, Februarj 18. norninu hoard. VHD Ophir-72 717173% Dll) Mexican—23 21bjl 2. < 2o 72,10 (itniM A Curry—lM 20b > W4 W5 l)e*t A Uolcber-MM » 82 523 Savage—112 ■, 112 10-> 110 S5 Cholliir- O1, ill 35 IliileA Noicroa"—«% <3 42% a 15 Crown I’oint—30 31% 20% 31 :;0 YbIIrw Jacket—73 410 Imperial—8% 8% 8% I» Empire Mill-HV tlR'i kentuck—1 > 1 > % 1* i 155 Alpha—18 1 >% lo 700 llayton—3 _ mi Challenge—a > .VI Oeciilontal—a% 100 Senator—75n |3il Ik-Her —37.17 i 30% 270 Confidence—l >% !'• 11 4 1 ft ( on. Virginia—430 4 12% 432 4‘m S. Nevada—II 11% 11% . 22H California—43 48% >0 40% 2 *) Overman -47 48 48% ,V) JuetiiN—80 2*8) Succor—1% 1% 83, I'nionCon.—7%7%7 3 8 l.ady Bryan-8 8% 8% 218 Caledonii 18 18% 17 5 .111 li 1—5% 315 Bal'imore Cod.—0% mm ill, bo 1% 2IU Bullion—25 4M l tall—8 3% 34, S. mil 7-4 7 7% 21 1 N. Y. Coo.—3 3% •JM8 I hil Sheridan—l no American Hat—5 11A \i omlviilo—5 KVRHINO HO VHD. 305 Meadow Valley—5%0 38i tlaymond A Ely—S'38 70 Eureka Cob -15', 15 , all W mb. .V ( roole— 7 ic 50 American Hag—2 4,1*1 1(<*1 muni 77 ,♦ • 7% 20i) Chief *l‘ the I loll 2 « U 1 N ewark— 4r 7 a; 2 a: 1 , Kyo Catch —4 223 1'r.i*•i,in -2 4 2-, j00 Web 'e,t -50e ,i 1 Mnovti.dd -13 10 , t 0 <i. 1 hariot—i.% 8iy .55 Ida Elmoro--2% 2 4 2% "kl Mahogany 0 18.5 South 1 liariol—2 2% •V0 Empire, Idaho—1 4 lot Silver Cord —2 ■, 230 Mini die W8I End/ "a-h. 2% 2% 2 .‘III kumllil -181 4 1.41 II. (iold ■ 1111 —.% 3% 30 Seg. Kook Itlauil—1 58 I, o-l% 15 3) Aiolea— 8 7% 7 ■ PI W oil4, largo-Vic 50 N iagara—12’ - 7 -• Bosks.—The «s nstruction of Um Richmond Refining Works has opened a new branch of industry, that of bone gathering. Hone dust is re quired in large quantities for refining, and it will take all that can be round to meet the demand. Col. Kilev started to get a corner ot llio trade some time ago. For several days lie ' was skirmishing around the county | buying and gathering laities, intend- ; jog to realize a handsome margin. I He brought lie owned every bone in | Ktireku county. Inn lie found lliat lie ; i had neglected to rail at Hie slaughter Ionise, and on visiting there some one ' had sntieips ed him, and Col. Kdoy's lamermg was •• busied.” Hash at Wong.—Many of the min ers holding claims on Prospect nioiiii triin are lull'd at work on tlieir mines ami good ore lias been found in sev eral in stall ees. The mountain Is dotted wiili groups of miners searching lor the hidden treasures. The greatest aetlvkv prevails among them, and when the snow will have disappeared Prospect mountain will Ire heard from. Hm Condition.—James Moore, tlie miner Injured ut the Hichuioud mine a few days since, is lying in a comfort able condition at tlie Turner House. 'I'lie injuries to Ills leg are very severe, tlie limb being broken in several places. It is not thought that amputa tion will have to Ire resorted to. Jrr. Connolly is attending him. —— -ss- — - — Clints C'OMIHii. — .Montgomery Queen’s Circus ami Menagerie is to visit this |M>rtion of Nevada tlie com ing Summer. The Kiiflalo Ormriir contains a long account of the propa rations now going on for the tour through the iuml of tlie bonanza. —— ♦ Applicants.—Four applications have been made for tlie position of teacher in Ruby Hill School Histrict. The ap lioinlmcnt will probably be made on Monday next. Thu new school-house will, it is expected, lie ready for occu pancy at that time. Acxjumclatinu.— Owing to the diffi culties in transportaion, the bullion iq tlie Tybo Company's furnaces is accu mulating in large quantities. The fur nace was running linely, at last ac counts. Tim refinery was to have been started this week. J*,in.—-The roads running through Fisl» Creek valley are in a bad Vondi tion, TJie whole county thereabouts Is flooded, aud heavily loaded wagons have so cut up the roads as to ren der teaming exceedingly ddllcult. Soiree—Prof. Cavanaugh gave a soi rco at Miners' Union Hall, on Wednes day night last. It was well attended and tlie night was passed in a pleasant manner by the jiertioipauts in the dance. Rullion Shipment. — The Rich mond Company yesterday shipped 4'),000 pounds of bullion, to 1’iiUsado, by Pritchard’s teams. f. C. of R. 0.—Members of Star of Hope encampment, 1. C. of R. C., will meet this evening at Masonic IJall. PRKMBYTKRIAX ttttClU. Bigelow’s llall was tilled last even ing by an appreciative crowd which assembled to witness the rendition of the following interesting programme, and to take part in the general social party. Rows of tables were stretched up and down the hall, well supplied with delicacies and substantial food, which everybody could partake of be fore and at the closing of the literary and musical exercises. The party was a perfect success socially and financial ly, and reflects great credit upon the ladies having charge of the festival. Following was the programme; Part I. Piano solo—Tam O’Shanter—Miss Sal ho Vance. Dearest Spot on Earth—song—Mrs. Henry Allen. Duet, piano—Caliph of Bagdad—Mrs. Ed. Miller and Annie Rosenthal. Merry Birds ol Spring—ballad, in German—Mrs. Ben. Levy. Solo, piano—Medley—Mrs. R. M. Beatty. Recitation—The Maniac—Mrs. Viola Diinock. Duet — Le Chalet— Messrs. W. S Keyes and Max Muller. Song—Let All Obey—from the En chantress—Sam. Goldstnne. Ballad—Robin ltedbreast—Miss 1am na Kirby. Anvil Chorus, piano—Miss Sallie Vance. Part II. Supper—By the multitude. Pnrt III. Duet, piano—Mardi Gras—Mr. and Mrs. Kd. Miller. Duet—Do You Remember— Mrs. VV. H. Clark and \V. S. K eyes. Recitation—The Condemned Crim inal, the night before execution—Nor ton l'ine. Duet—Meet Me by Moonlight Alone —Mr. and Mrs. Kd. Miller. Duet—What are the Wild Waves Saying?—Mrs. Ren. Levy and Mrs. W. II. ('lark. Solo—Depuls co jour— Klotow—W. S. Keyes. Recitation—Kitty, Put the Kettle On.— Miss l.eima Kirhv. Solo—Call Me Thine Own—Mrs. Ron. Ix-vy. Music -Frank Reigelhnth and band. The whole affair was one of the most successful of the kind in all particu lars, and the la lies under whose aus pices it was given can well feel proud of their success. »:rr*.« rivE iioimti’vu wohk.n. due hoisting machinery at the Dun deiherg mine is about us compact am] cJUcient as could lie desired. A high pressure, link motion, horizontal en gine, having u Id inch cylinder with ill-inch stroke, gives abundant power for hoisting purposes. The hoist con sists of a single 5-foot drum, geared dinert from the engine by means of a pinion oti tire end of the engine shaft working in the large spur-wheel on the drum-shaft. The overhead sheave is 5 feet in diameter, supported by brackets a Inched to the gallows frame. The lirake is difli-rent from anything we have seen lie fore. It consist* of a double set of blocks operating on the fly-wheel, on the same principle that wagon wlteei* are braked, and by meai s of a loot lever these can lie thrown forward or backward as may lie w ished. When one sot of accom modation block* wear out another can Is* put iu, and bv means of rods and sciews tlie wearing surfaces can he kept snug to tlie periphery of the wheel. From experience in working, it appears that this kind of brake (tin invention of Hinckley A Coin pa nv, of the Fulton Foundry, .Nan Francisco, (lie makers of tbe e igine) enables tlie engineer to readily stop or start the machinery un i control tho hoisting work with perfect ease, lie can give a forward oi reverse motion, as may lie needed, without any apparent jar. By the use of Siebert’a patent lubri cators, the cylin ler valve-seats ot the engine, and other Inside working pu ts, are kept in good order. The use of these lubricators elTee's a great sav ing iu oil and avoids the evils not In frequently resulting Irom neglect un der other mean'of lulu teat inn. There is a common copprronil healer fm raising the temperature of the Iced water used, and, we lielicve, a heating appaiulns in the water tank. The boiler is 48 inches in diameter by Hi feet in length, having 44 three-inch tul*es and a five-foot steam drum. There is a singular contrivance in connection with these hoisting works for dump ing curs, which we will describe in a lew days. Tiie Ham,.—Doubtless every one ol our readers are by this time aware (hat the grand hall of the Eureka Kook and ladder Company is to take place on Monday night. In view of the preparations being made and the in tluence of those who have interested themselves in its lieha.f, we have full reason to believe it w ill lie a grand oc casion in the full sense ol the word, ami one of the most brilliant public gatherings of the season limy lie an ticipated. A full orchestra has been secured to fulfill 'lie musical reqnlre monts of tile occasion. Tickets can be secured from the various committees appointed. Centennial.—Major VV. W. Mc Coy, United States Centennial Com u^ssioner for the State ol Nevada, is at Carson on matters connected with the Centennial Exhibition, to take place in lS7il. Lenten Service and Lecture.— Service will he held this afternoon at > o’clock at St. James' Church. Rev. (ieo. H. Allen will deliver a lecture appropriate to the occasion. MuOkary District.—Col. McMur ohy left on last evening’s stage for San Francisco for the purpose of making arrangements for working his mines in Mctieary district. — ■ ■ ♦ - * In Town.—J. M. English, of the Tybo Consolidated Company, was in town yesterday, arriving from San Francisco. He leaves for Tybo to-day. —— — ♦ ■■ i— Formerly of Eureka.—Win. Hell, the young man mortally wounded in an altercation at Truckee a day or since, lived in Eureka last Summer. Rebekaii Meeting.—Charity Re bekah Degree Lodge No. 5, I. O. O. F., meets this evening at 7 o’clock. Scar let Degree brothers in good standing are cordially invited to attend. Daily Service.—During the Len ten service daily service will will be held at St. Brendan’s Church. Rebekah Meeting.—Charity Re bekah Degree Lodge No. 5, I. O. O. F., meets this evening at 7 o'clock. Scar let Degree brothers in good standing are cordially invited to attend. fel9 Benj. C. Levy, Noble Grand. Only One Price.—Remember that J. Cohn & Bro. are the first who re duced the pi ice of clothing in Eureka. The selling price of all goods is plain ly marked u|>ou all the articles. This is the first house that introduced the practice. All others are imitators. Ex amine their stock and you will not go away without purchasing. The entire stock must be sold inside of sixty days. de22-tf» Read This.- -We are closing out our stock of Drugs and Patent Medicines, Fancy Articles and Stationery at San Francisco cost. Give us a call at the Postofflce building. Everything fig ured down to the lowest notch. The finest quality of Bay Rum for $1 a bot tle and everything reduced in propor tion. Pills 25 cents per box. d27*t Hickey A Co. The Star Watch, now on exhibi tion am] for sale. The latest and best improvement on watches ever made in the world. A great many gold and silver Howard watches, both stem and key winders. All gold 18-carat watches for sale at San Francisco prices. dir .1. Straus. Persons desiring to purchase pianos or organs should not fail to call at the City Drug and Hook Slore and exam ine samples of the rich and elegantly tinished McCummon pianos and ta inous Prince organs, both uncqualed for this altitude and clime. diKi* - ... Coal Oil.—If you want genuine De voe’s oil—the only reliable non-explos ive nil in the market—go to D. Man helm's. He received iton eases yester day. It Is the best and cheapest oil in the country. jal&tf To write fine letters, to smoke fine Havanas, to chew fine tobacco, and to cat fine candies, one and all may call at the Indian (preen Cigar store, next door to Dr. I.tikins, and their wishes will bj gratified. nb'lif For a complete assortment of tin ware, parlor and cooking stoves, or aov article in the hardware line, go to Maupin A Cromer’s. t27 A NEW line of French goods, em bracing olives, preserves, prunes, brandy cherries, soups, sardines, mush rooms, etc., at Taylor's. feltitf A KUI.L supply of cigars of all grades for sale at II. Manheim's. They will l>e di«|s>sed of at 25 percent, below San Francisco cost. feltitf Lee A Perrin’s Worcestershire sauce, ca|>ers capotes, pepper sauce, horse faddish, tomato catsup and a variety of pickles, at McK wen’s. 114® For New York walking shoes and ail other kinds of good Istots and shoes, goto lMinkei A Co.’s, corner of Main and Clark streets. my 19 Jt'sT Received—A cotn| lete stock of boots and shoes, at Murphy's, Main street my8 Just Arrived, Irom Wisconsin, some more of that fine buckwheat llour, at MeKwen’s. f!4* Of.o Government Java, in 10-lb cad dies and 4-lb buckets, at Taylor's. lelO-lf Lost—An English plush lap robe for a carriage. The tinder will please return it to this otllr-e. fl3-3t* A fink variety of table fruit, fresh and nice, at McEwen's. 11 •" Gkekn and roasted coffee, at Tay lor's. IloitDKN's roast beef, and Wilson’s pressed corned beef, at Taylor’s, fcltiti Jki.i.iks, in goblets, tumblers, wine glasses, and cans, at Taylor’s. fcltiti GENERAL NOTICE. f|MIK PUBLIC IN GENERAL IS IN JL formed that tho old broker, II. MAX HEIM, Corner Saloon, Main street, old stand, has re ceived, on com mission, direct train New York and lioston, noarly 910,000 Worth of Valuable Articles coDtietinff ot Gold and Silver Watches, Genta’ and Ladies' Gold Chains, Mew Styles, Sets in Aniathyst and Topas, Mails to Orilrr. JMnuionils-ita Im nieiiw Slerk, anil n Specially. II, MAX HEIM will sell these roods at a priee to astonish everybody, rather tbau ro turn them to the original owners, ft* THE HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOlt EUREKA COUNTY SCRIP. A large stookof GUNS, PISTOLS, and AM MUNITION on bund. nolO JOSHPH WK1.L8. U C. AHItKRSOll EUREKA FOUNDRY. WELLS <&. ASTSS&SOXir, Having purchased the proper ty known ns tho Eureka Foundry, are now prepared to furnish mills, furnaces, etc. with Casting's of All Descriptions; also. Machine Work. Orders from Austin, liolmoBt, Hamil ton, and Minerj| Hill solicited and tilled with disjiatch. All work leaving this foundry Gl ARAXTEKD, and on tho most reasonable terms. Orders left at tho foundry, or address ed to MULLS A AX DICKSON, i _ Eureka Foundry, Eureka, Nevada, l Will receive oromot attention. ics-tf AtlECELLA NEO UE. “Erin. Go Uragli!” Second Annual PARADE AND BALL —OK THK— Ancient Order of Hibernians, DIVISION NO. 1, —TO BK GIYKN AT— BIGELOW'S HALL, On the Evening of Hi. Patrick's Day, WEDNESDAY, MAHCII17X11, lf7i Committee of Arrangements, EUREKA: M L Conway Edward Looney (Jhrix Murtha B Riley P F Kplano Invitation Committee, EUREKA: Hon Fred Cole A M II ill house Wm Gillen James Riley M Cody John Dennis UonGeoWCassidy Hon M B .’.artlett Hon Thos Wren Capt J C Colgan Hugh Kelley M lieary John Callahan JohnDiiley M 1* Murphy M Murphy Miko Walsh James V' alsh G W.Gilmore 8am Bell JD.Sullivan Zeph King KM Beatty John'i Baker Geo YV Baker Geo W Merrill It L Chase J C Powell Thos Tennant Lambert Molirclli '1 hos Haley M Moore Arthur McQuaid James Stanton John Flynn Johnny Haydon D O’Leary John Cuff John Comisky John Welch W B Hnrrub ThosHoaly Geo WThachcr W ll Clark Frank Conolly AGSnetsingor Geo Trimble F red Barnes Dr Connolly W H Sweeney N Simonson 0 P Dunkel A1 Titus W habjohn L P Cromer Dan Morgan W Montgomery L C Anderson ChnsCobb SGoldstono Ben Turner Wm Van Alstine Josh Uber Thos Douglas Wm Evans Hank Knight Fred Gorman Jesse Bigelow F D I lurk tie J C Cummings Wm 11 Shaw Clay Simms Dr Lukens B J Turner JamesJohnson Wm Roland John Ellyson Edward Schaefer P Kenovan ( has Paxton Wm Arlington J M McDougal Moyers A Franklin Edward Ryrne M Oberfelder Dick I addock Ike Phillips J Vanderleith SamFiiedman CG Hubbard Ike Whitler W S Keyes Judge* llarmon D 11 Hail T Luspeyre MG Foster RUBY HILL: Prof Cavanaugh Wm Condon Thos Conn Frank W allace Jack Robinson Hudson Dill Dennis Twooney Ed Ad kin son J J Sullivan Henry Savago J Sullivan M Harrington Tidi Holland lsre H Lynch D J J McLaughlin M Rrgan Thos Flavin 1 atrica Koogan John Donnoly P McBride F rank ( oylo '] iui U Day TCoakley Dave Roche Ah*ck Nixon Matt Coylo John Nixon Sam Potter Rain Atkins M Lamb Morg Cavanaugh M L Cody L Lynch J Lamb Pat K**ys X Tobin 11 Ihisam Hugh Sheridan Ed Monahan RICHMOND MINE: Pat Rossitcr John Foley John Scbnick Tim Rossi ter Con Sul.ivan Tom Minks Josh l.ossiter John Leech J i-dgi* Dolin Eugene Sullivan Ike W ilmouth Nick luilowo M Burns Thos l iown Jus Coffee M Moleavy P McGinnis Ben Michel Nut Cunningham John Culluhitn Mike Kelley DUNDERBEUG MINE: Aleck Frazer Jas McQuillan Henry Jackson Aleck McKenzie Reception Committee: Thos Haley Jas Stanton John Daley Jokn Schonick Miko Harrington Floor Manngm: Josh Rossi ter Edward Looney P MoBiido li Riley Johnny Haydon Floor Director: Chris Murtliu Ticket*, • • • • • $5 00 uaF'Xo disreputable characters admitted.*^ __ _Off_ YOUNG’S CONFECTIONERY! / 1A ND1ES, EKE ITS, N I TS A X D COX EEC \j TIONEKY manufactured by mysolf, at the new Confectionery fiiture, on Main Street, two doors south of Ashim Bros. No Experienced German Cook Allowed Around the House. All Confectionery Manufactured by Myself. I DEFT OPPOSITION! jy2l-tt M. YOUXG. IMPORTANT NEWS MW STOKE! \E\V COOKS!! AT RUBY HILL! N- J. FKANKLIN A CO.HAVE OPENED . u now Store at the ahovu place, with a largo assortment of DRY GOODS, GENTS’ & BOYS' CLOTHING, & FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, etc.,to which wo re spectfully call the attention of the public. Quality and prives to suit everybody, olotf X. J. l'KAXKUX A CO. $100 Reward. rpilE ABOVE KEVVAUD W 11.1. BE PAID 1 fur the return to the undersigned of the articles of wearing apparel, jewelry, etc., taken from the Cosmopolitan l.odging-liouso, in Eureka, on the night of tha 10th instant, and no questions il-dved. i»!7tf WM. M. GATES. MISCEL LA NKO VS. Reilly & Harrison? SUCCESSORS TO OBERFELDER & HARRISON, Fire-proof Brick Store, main Street, Eureka, RESPECFULLY ANNOUNCE TO THE people of Eureka that they have on hand the largest stock of General Merchandise Ever offered for sale in Eastern Nevada, and they intend hereafter to devote particular attention to the RETAIL TRADE And hope, by strict attention to business, fair dealings and reasonable prices, to secure a liberal share of patronago. Family Custom Especially Solicited. Their mammoth stock consist, in part, of all kinds of Groceries, Miners’ Supplies, Shelf Coods, Hardware and Cutlery, Mining and Farming Tools, Powder and Fuse, CLOTHING Gentlemen's Underwear, Furnishing Goods, Gloves and Hosiery, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Etc., Etc., Etc. Wholesale Invoice* Filled at a Small Mare in. MERCHANT TAILORING ! IV e have also on hand a large stock direct from New lurk of French, F.nglish and Her man Cloths, (.assimeers. Doeskins and Vest ings. which we are prepared to make up in the must stylish manner from the latest pat ents Irotn the east, having in our employment one of the best Cutters in the trtatc. ntfGoods delivered to any part of tho town FREE OF CHARGE! dl3-tf GRAND SPECIAL SALE! Room Must be Made — AT — MEYERS & FRANKLIN'S E3IPORIU3I. OCR CLEARING SALES! Prices Down! Prices Down! Prices Down! Prices Down! Agent* are Now I’urcliHNliig Our Spring and Summer Stock of Goods, and the Scale of Prices for First-Class DryCoods Will astonish everyone. DRESS GOODS! Diagonals, All-Wool Cashmeres, Silks and Delaines, Poplins, Velvours, SHAWLS! Slack Dress Coods, Laces, and Neck-Wear, AT THE LOWEST PRICES. Ladies’ Furs! In Mink, Russian Sable, Ermine, and Astrakan. Ihmirslitu, Xlusllii*. Tntile I.liieu, Uayllea, BlaukeU, CREATE K X U A N EVER. Ladies'and Children's Lndorwear; Ladies’, Children's and Missel* Hose, by the pair or doien, at tvhuleiule rates. BOOTS A M J> X H O EX, l’egggod, Sewed, or Scrowed. KAMI* E T S! t' A K 1* E T M Beautiful Chroiliop. Centlemen of Cureka Can now purchase Clothing at a grout ad vantage. Furnishing floods of all descrip tions. Ho not hesitate to visit our store, or you lose uu opportunity not uguin to be ol' i'ored. Remember, we are clearing out the Winter Stock in order to tuuko room lor our new goods. hfleyers & Franklin, MAI.T ST BEET, Kit IK HA. ill Ml SC ELL A NEO US. KT O T I CE —OF— Suits Commenced Against Certain Taxpayers -0*'-— EUREKA COUNTY. ' 8TATK?„E^J^‘ A*v.oac tpoT1IE FOLLOWING NAMED DEE END 1 ants, and to all owners of or clarimtnts to the real estate and improvements thereo* or improvements when assessed separately, ! hereinafter described, known ar.d unknown:' You aro hereby notified that suits have been commenced in the Justice Court, of Eureka Township, before It. M. Beatty, Justice of tb* Bence of said Township, at his office in tho town of Eureka, by the State of Nevada, as plaintiff against each of the defondants here inafter named, and each of the following de scribed tracts or parcels of iund with the im provements thereon and improvement? when separately assessed, and all owners of or claimants to the same, whether known or un known. to secure the tax and delinquency as sessed to snid defendant against said proper ty for the fiscal year ccuimcncing January 1st, and ending December Jlsi. A. D. 1S74, anil that lumwions has been duly issued in each case; and you are further notified that unless you appear and answer the complaint filed in said cause on or before the 24ih day of February, A. D. IWi, judgment will be taken agninst you, and tho real estate and improve ments described, for the amount of tax and d uinquoncy specified and costs of suit: I. C. Bateman, and Lott), Block D, Munroo Survey, town of Eureka; tax delinquen cy.*.il» John Doe Woodside, whose first name is unknown; also Lots 17 and IS, Block "2,” McDonald Survey, town of Eureka; tax and delinquency.fail) Mrs. McMillan, and also Lotii, in lloek 1*. McCoy Su vey, town of Eureka; tax and delinquency.57 John Sheehan, personal property; tax anil delinquency...$0 SS J. W. Flint, personal property; tux and de linquency.,....*21 s* ltoiaee Bliss, personal property,’ tax and delinquency._!.*1 < 14 it. l. i oonms, ni o possessing interest in nmlto a tract of land, situated in tlio Munroo Survey, town of Eureka, State of Nevada, and described as follows, to wit: Commencing at the N. E. of lands owned by the Eureka Mining and Smelting Company, and running thence northerly along the line ol Main street. Eureka, :00 feet, to a stake; thence westerly at right angles to the intur section of the Munroo Survey, with the east lino of the Egan Survey, town of Eurckn; thence southerly 300 feet, to a stake; thence easterly to the place of beginning; contaii ing 1 72-100 acres, and known us tlio Nubbins’ Tract. Improvements thereon, a log ho.i-e. Personal property, turuiturc, $200; tax and delinquency.—$05 70 Sierra Valley Mill Company, J. C. Cory, Agent; also possessing interest in and to a tract of land situated in Sierra Canyon, State of Nevada, and described as follows, to wit: Commencing 1 chain and22links south 27!4® west from the S. E. corner of urvoy made tor C. A. lirown, in Sierra Canyon, Juno 8th. 1870, and running thence sonth 44' cast, 33.50 chains, to a dead cedar troe; thence soulh west, 40.50chains, to a tree; thence north 4' v west, 33.50 chains to a tree; tlienco west 78‘A,o east, 20.27 chains to place of be ginning: containing 111 acres, and known as the ."sierra Valley Mill Company's site. Im provements, small stock and walls. Person al property, 1 buttery, $250; shafting, $250; tux and delinquency..$57 42 J. S.Smith, also l.ot 1», block 2. Mcbot aid Survey, town of Euroku; tax. and delin quency.,..jl 50 i bourns Purcell, also Lot 1, block 20, Mc Coy Survey, town of Euro-a. Improvements, two small houses; tax uud delinquency..53 25 Inkown owner to Lot 13, block 2, McDon ald Survey, town of Purcku; tux und dedin qui ncy.$1 50 James llay, also Lots A .V bin block2i, Mc Coy Survey, town of Eureka: tax and delin quency._$j 83 th W. LA K r.p., Prosecuting Attorney of Eureka County. JOHN D.Sn.Ll VAN. Sheriff. jalO ALIAS SUMMONS. In the IMatrlet Court ol the Ninth Ju.llrlnl lilntriei. In nml for tb« comity of Itareka, Ktale of XeiiMin. T’HE STATE OK NEVADA SENDS 1 Greeting to Lockwood it Davidson: You ate hereby required to appear in an actiftn commenced against you as defendants, by Eeilly ,V Harrison as plaintiffs, in tho District Court o tho Sixth Judicial District, in and for tho County of Eureka, State of Nevada at the Town of Eureka, and answer the com plaint ’herein, which is on tile with the Clerk of said Court, within ten day* after the serv ice on you of this summons—exclusive of the day of service—if served in said county, or twenty days if served out of said county but within this District, and in all o-.her eases fort; days; or judgment by default will be taken against you, according to the prayer of saul complaint. The suid action is brought to recover judg ment against ;ou, the said defendants, for the sum of twenty- ught hundred and eighty-two and 2 i-KK) dollars, in I cited States gold coin, and goods sold and delivered to said defend ants; also for money loaned by Eeilly A Lock wood, which account was duly assigned to pluintiffs; also for most sold and delivered to you by Fred. Barnes for #M) ST, which ac* count was duly assigned to plaintiffs. And you are hereby notified, that if you fail to appear ami answer the said complaint us ubove roequired, tho said plaintiffs will take judgment against you in accordance with the prayer ot their complaint. in testimony whereof, 1, K. H. Harmon, have hereunto sot my hand and ufflxed In.s.lthe si al of said Court this loth day of January, A. D. INT'i. K. II. HABMON, Clerk. By L. Molixki.i.i. Deputy Clerk. japi-lawMOd SUMMONS. In (tip IliMirlrt Cuurt of the Sixth Judicial liiNtriet. in an.I fur the County of Karelia, Ntntc of Nevada. IT< II ESTATE OF NEVADA SENDS GUEE X ing to Edward I'atchen: You ore here* by required to appear in an action commenced against you as defendant by Mattie I’atchen as plaintiff, in the District Court of the Sixth J udicial District, in and for the county of Eu reka, State of Nevada, at the town of Eure ka, and answer the complaint therein, w hich is on file with the Clerk of said Court, within ten days alter the service on you of this sum mons—exclusive of the day of service—if served in said county, or twenty days if sorved out of said county but within this Dis trict, at 1 in all other cases forty days, or judg ment by default will be taken against you un cording to tbe prayer of said complaint. T lie said action is brought to recover judg ment that the marriage between you and plaintiff may he dissolved and u divorce de creed according to the statute in such case made and provided, said plaintiff alleging that you have deserted her lor a period of over two years before the commencement of this action, und tu live set aruteund apart from her without any sufficient cause or reason and against her will, wish or consent; allot which will more fully appear by the complaint on tilo in said action. And you are hereby noti tied, that if you tail to appear and answer the complaint, as above required, the said plain tiff will apply to the Court for tbe relief therein demanded. P-* In testimony whereof, I, F. H. liar L S men, have hereunto set my hand and a-J affixed the sea' of said Court this Ittth day of January, A. D. 1875, F. II. IIARMON, Clerk District Court, Sixth Judicial Dis trict, Eureka county, Nevada. Hy E. Mouixki.li, Deputy Clerk. j v'JO MRS. A. PERRIN, Artist in Hair Work -AND IMPORTER OF HUMAN HAIR. All Kinds of Hair-work Made to Order. DRESSMAKING ATTENDED TO. Ryland’H Brick Building, corner Clark and Buol strooU, <W-tf.