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EtfREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
~~T: “ ,s< / oi i-.r i £».
Eureka Lodge^No. f 6, F. & A. M.
/A The Stated Communications of Eu
roittt Lod?c, No. i s. F. A A. M., wili
hold in Masonie llall, on every
'Sjr Saturday 011 or i.rccoding tho full
moon in each month.
Called Communications every Saturday
Evening.
Members of sister lodges, and sojourning
brethren in good standing, are cordially in
vited to attend.
JOHN GILLESPIE, W. M.
A. Hkneoict. Secretary. 1 Hal'd
St. John’* Chapter. No." 5, Royal Arch
Masons.
tpHE STATED CO MM II NIC A
J/ITONS offct. John's Chapter, No. /I
5, K. A. M„ will he held in MA- •/& /
SONIC HALL, on the Second and * 'r.
Fourth WEDNESDAY EVENINGS of each
month. Called Communications on all other
Wednesday evenings.
All Knyul Arch Masons in good standing
are cordially invited to attend.
A. liE.N EDICT, II. P.
Geo. P. Li'hogrei*. Secretary. rnyll
I- O. O. F.
Eureka lodge, no. 22,
meets Every THURSDAY ^
EVENING,
IN ODD FELLOWS’ HALL.
At 7'-i o'clock V. m. All members in good
standing are cordially invited to attend.
El). 1.0EH ENTJIAL. N. tf.
J.no. \V. Hubs, Secretary. 10-jyd
MM Charity Degree, I.O.O.F.
rpilE REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE
A Kotekah ChaHty Degree Lodge, I, 0. 0.
P., will be held until further notice on the
first and third FRIDAYS of’ each month.
Hour of Meeting, b 0‘elock p. M.
s<)-tf \N. H. DAVEXPORT, N. G.
I. O. C. T.
Reclamation Lodge No. 20.1.0. G. T.
Meets evkky Tuesday evening
at 7:30 o'clock, at Masonic llall, corner
of Main and Civ rk streets. Eureka. Nevada.
Members of sister lodges are invited to att .nd.
G. W. LEET, W. C. T.
J. Straus, Sccrotary. felO-tf
I.C. OFR.C.
STAR OF HOPE ENCAMPMENT,
NO. 12,
Meets every Friday evening,
in Masonic Hall, at 7:30 o’clock. De
gree meetings every Sunday evening at 7
o’clock. C. G. Ill BBAHD,
Eminent Commander.
J. McG, Scott, W. S. s2t>
K. A. U. B.
REdl'LAR MEETINGS OF DAOP-ISl'.K
llotreat No. 34, K. A.U. B., will be held
at t >dd Fellows’ Hall every >N DA V EVEN
ING. Special meetings, at the call of the
S. G. S. Sir Knights of sister retreats in
good standing are cordially invited ttf attend.
S. K KELLY, 2$. G. S.
Benj. C. Levy, Ilecordor. jo4
A. o. S.
fOIIE A. 0. II. moot every first and third
J. SATURDAY' EVENING of each month,
at 8 o'oclock, at the corner of Clark and
Monroe streets, until further notice.
THUS. IIA LEY, i'residert.
Jkrkmiah Sui.mvar, Secretary. au7
k. or p.
BEATII'K’ I.ODOK. So. 7. K. of I'.,
hold regular conventions every MON
DAY EVENING, at 7:!0 o’clock, sharp, at
its Castle Hall, in the new Masonic Hall. All
sojourning members in good standing are
cordially invited to attend.
W. 11. DAVENTOKT, C. C.
A. G. Snetsucokr, K. of II. andS.
Evreka. Nev., Jan. 21, 187 > ia*2 -tf
T. LASl’EY RE,
4 TTOBNKY A T LA ir.
OFFICE IX THE IOIKT-HOISE
Building. Eureka, Nevada.
Will practice in all the enuria of theState,
_mviff*tl
SELDEN HETZEL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in Clark’s Stone Bui'ding,
CORN Ell OF MAIN AND CLARK STS.,
Eureka, Nevada.
poo
C. O. HlIimiRI). r. J. LAHSIKO.
LANSING A HUBBARD,
Attorneys at i.aw. practice
in all Courts in this State and California.
C.G. Hubbard - - - Notary Public.
Office in liyland’s Brick Building, Bateman
street. Eureka, Nev.
augli
A. M. HIM.HOUSK. W. H. DAVKHl'OBT
HILLHOUSE A DAVENPORT,
Attorneys at i.aw. office in
Dick Hyland's Brick Building, Bate
man street, Eureka, Nevada. jell-tf
THOMAS J. READ,
(TIY1E ENGINEER AND 1. S. DEP
J uty Mineral .Surveyor. Office in Hy
land's Brick Building, on the corner ot'Bun)
and Bateman streets, upstairs. aiyli
Til OS. WREN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Main Street, Kureka, Nevada.
_jjni>-tf_
G. W. BAKER,
Attorney at i.aw ani>
NOTARY PUBLIC. Office on Main
street, above the Turner House. jull
* DR. A. C. BISHOP,
Fiyskian and si rgeox. of
fieo: on Second floor in Clark’s Stono
Building, corner Main and Clark streets, Ku
reka. je!2-tf
O. HAMILTON, 1). 1). S„
■ ic.iilm, luioois opposite.
" hitton’s store. .Main street,f
Kuroka. lit v
DR. RAUL M. BREN AN,
Physician, Surgeon Sl Lecturer,
127 Mo.vruoMEui ttr,
SAN FRANCISCO.
OFFICE HOURS FROM NINE A. M. TO
12 a.; i to 5 r it.; tt to 8 r. u myito
Mining Tax.
Notice is hereby given, that
the taxes on the proceeds of mines, lor
the quarter ending December 81st, 1-774, are
now duo and payable at my office; and that
the law with regard to the collection of the
same will bo strictly enforced,
„ . J. c. row ELL,
County Assessor of Eureka County.
Eureka, .Nov., Eeb. Uth, 187 j. led
~ NOTICE.
i.ritHK CRKU110H8 OF SMITH & BUR
JL Immune tire hereby noli tied to rondor to
tbo under.<«r i-d, or either of them, their ac
counts or evidences ot indebtedness, iteuiuod
*nd sworn to. G. A. FI.Klt II KH.
John.li “gen filter.
B. WYMAN.
February 12,187'*. fel'S-lw
SA LOONS.
THE SAZERAC.
M ut» Street, Eureka,
Next door to Wells. I argo Jr Co.
SMITH & CO., PROPRIETORS.
rpms ELEOANT SALOON HAS BEEN
1 fitted up in the nnrt attractive style,
and furnished conveniently, with
Public anil Private flub Booms.
Wines. Liquors and Cigars of the best brands
and polite and attentive gentlemen to wait
upon the patrons of the establishment.
Como in and view the premises, tryjfhe
liquors, and judge fnt yourselves.. d’JlW
THE SENATE I
Corner of Duel and Clark streets.
J. G. DOUGLAS,
nA VINO ELE(iA N TI.V KITTEl> UP HIS
Saloon, which will hereafter be known
as the Senate, will keep his Lai constantly sup
plied with all of the choicest brands of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Patron? may rely on good treatment, and
may also re?t a??ured of getting the be?t ot
everything usually found in a lirst-class es
tablishment of tho kind. H>*oStf
FRANK’S SALOON!
JOS. MENDES, Prop’r.
yy HOLES ALE AND RETAIL DEALER
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
EHNO and CLUE HOOKS!
Money to loan on collateral or approved
business paper.
27-dl<i
EUREKA SALOON!
DICK PADDOCK - - - - Proprietor.
Having ptiuciiasei) the above
well known saloon, in the Eureka Hotel
building, tho proprietor will bo pleased to
meet his many friends at the place to test his
Superior Stock
—OF—
Brandies, Wipes. Liquors apd Cigars!
None but the best brands will bo found at
the bur Call and test the hospitalities of
mhas-tf DICK HADDOCK.
I? a 1 a c e Saloon,
Ea«t Main street.
South of Wells, Fargo *t Co.
LITIILK 1XAKK, Proprietor,
Has fitted up, in the best style,
tho above Saloon, where ho will keoj»
only tho choicest brands of Liquors and Ci
gar.'*. C'nll and be convinced.
Eureka, Nov. HI, 1871. nov21-tf
BILLIARDS :
THE CORKIER
Has jvst received new biu.*ard/
TABLES, with Dolany'a Patent Wire
Cushions, und in to be kept an
A FIRST-CLASS SALOON.
CLAYT"niiil.R’} Proprietor*,
mdft__
•stjoing ji-itp
‘Jiuita *,'oo coixitj
Ot joop JX8X
*yoxai>ido;w
‘3N LS*IV NVA -UIM
‘SW003 3NIM SiOTA
Wholesale Liquor House!
-AT
U»T« Manltelm'a Old Stand, Main
Street. Eureka.
fHAVE NOW ON HAND, AND IN CON
I slant receipt Ironi the East,the choicest
-OF
SHANDIES, WHISKIES A\D WINES!
The finest brands of
DOMESTIC CIGARS
(’an always be found at this place, which are
offered for sale at a low figure, tall at the
\\ holeoalo Liquor House.
jelO HENRY KIND, Proprietor.
SILVER BRICK SALQON,
Main Mtreft, Knrekn,
DA VE DOSESBDUG - - - Proprietor.
At the silver brick, gentle
men can always find the finest quali
ties of
WISES, LIQUORS ASD CIGARS
that can hr procured on the i’acific Coast.
jaiju-tl-jy7
Bonanza Saloon.
TYBO,
Central Toivn.Nev.
riniK FINEST ASSORTMENT OF M INES,
1 Liquors and Cigars always on hand.
CLUB ROOM.
J. C. ROSS, Proprietor.
F«b. 1, 1875. iettf
EUREKA HALL!
riMIE ABOVE LARGE AND COMMODI
A ous Hull will be open from on and alter
the loth in.it., for engagement for all
PUBLIC MEETINGS
ANl)
POLITICAL & SOCIAL PURPOSES
Especial care will be taken in perfecting ar
rangements for
Balls and Parties.
Entrance on Main street, at tho south side
of the Silver Brick building.
1>AV. ROSENBERG, Propr.
slitf
SALOONS, dc. I
FRANK ABADZE,
Wholesale Dealer in
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Xearly Opposite tlie t'onrt-Honse.
Month Main street, Eureka.
1AIUJI-; S T< )CK CO X ST A X IL \
j on handy con3i: ting of
lirnaiiiioM, Domestic and roroign;
WldskicK, the best brands;
Wines all kinds, in wood ar.d glass;
Ale. imported, in wood and glass;
J*orter and <"i ler* do. do.;
Havana Cigars all kinds:
PLAYIN3 CARDS, COAL OIL, ETC
Will HUY CHECKS, NOTES, CHARCOAL
KEcEll'TS. etc. Houses to rent to rnmllius,
or lor business. Ii ll-tt
NEW SALOON!
WM, BUSCHER, PROPRIETOR,
SOUTH MAIN STREET. EUREKA.
The best of
WINES, LIQUCRS AND CIQARS
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
IAGEK I1EKK OK DBAIGHT.
feRMm
(\ SANDERS. M. KELLOGG.
Parlor Saloon.
Main Street,
UNDER THE EUREKA HOTEL.
SANDERS & KELLOGG, Prcp rs.
'jniE CHOICEST BRANDS OF WINES
l.bjtiurs nml < i^r:srs
Constantly on hand, and courteous barlteep*
ers always in attendance to supply the wants
of customers.
Drop in and Smile With Us.
jaPitf
ARCADE SALOON !
W. S. SOLAKTD, 2?ro’r,
South. Main Street, I'urcka, Nevada.
mHE BEST! i'ES, THE VERY BEST, 01
V incH, I.lijnors and ( li;nn
I’a- i'd over the ARCADE BAR,
—fob—
TWELVE and a HALF CENTS !
dl7-tf \V. S. BOLAND.
United States Mail line
BETWEEN
AUSTIN AND EUR Eli A.
I/OUK-HOIH’.SE COACHES, CARKYINH
J5 passengers and Wells, Fargo A Co.’s Lx
press, connecting at Austin with iht? stage to
the railroad, and making close connection at
Lurch a with Wood rut! and Ennor’s line to
Hamilton.
Stages leave Eureka every Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday morning, at o’clock.
Stages leave Austin on Wednesday, Friday
and Monday mornings, at •• o’clock.
it f, I’a-v-j.-ngcrs by this line will be furnish
ed excellent meals at too W illows Station,
where ample time will bo given for dinner
each way. J. A. WILSON, Proprietor.
Otitce at the Purker House, Eureka.
4-e 1M ,J. L. Iiiio ki.ky. Agent.
T. J. BELL’S
STAGE.
s LINE
TO TYBO and BELMONT!
LKAVK8 KL'RKKA
MONDAY AND THURSDAY.
RKTURNING LK.Wf.S TYRO
TUESDAY AND SATURDAY.
Office in the an mo building with the Eureka
and iulisude Line,
TL1MLLE A SNETZ1NOEB,
jellLtf Agent.
ELKO AND EUREKA STAGE LINE.
\V. S. VAN l'KElLEN. I'ropriotori.
Through in 14 Heirs-, Taro, $10;
Freight pei lb , 4c.
I.cavcs liiuolni euiy nllicr <lny at
7 u cluck A. II.
l.cavcK Ellio every other «lity at
o’cha k A. .H.
For particular* inquire in Elko, at the In
ternational Hotel. of 1). li. LaLL, Agent.
T. N. STONE....A.gent, Elko.
Owicr.—Mui»’ street. jclT-tf
DEXTER LIVERY and SALE STABLE!
North Jlnin Street, Eureka.
WM. SWEENEY, rropriotor.
'■ MJIS NEW ESTAIi LIST MEN f 13 MOW
1 supplied with the liuost
lliittty Tenuis mill Kmlille Horse*
To be had in the country.
lloraept trrootued by the day or week at ron
onuhlc rutes. iei'Vtl'
CRITERION
BILLIARD PARLOR.
DUXKEL’S BUILDING-UP STAIH8.
Finest Billiard Hall in the State!
f|MIBEE OK JACOB
JL fctruhlo’s First Fri- h
iiiium Grecian Curved Fi!- *
liard Tables, with Delaney**
pai wire eutmund rue cuoicedi
\\ines, Liquors and Cigars,
Served by polito and gontlomanly attendants.
Two Finely Furnished Card-Roans,
for Private Farties.
IKE PHILLIPS Proprietor,
dau-tf
Town Lots at Alpha.
riMIE EUKEKA AND (PALISADE XAL
I KOW-GAI <iE KAILLOAD COMPANY
will sell, upon easy and reasonable terms,
Ileslrable Town I.ot» ut lire Young
and Thriving Ton n of*
A Xj 3P XX A ,
The terminus of the Eurrha and Pali.-nde
Narro-r-Ca.igc Kullroa-t. Apply at the office
of the Company. at Alpha. feint
MISCELL A NEO US._
]XT O TIC H3
—<»».•—
Suits Commenced
Against Certain Taxpayers
EUREKA COUNTY.
ST ATU OF NEVADA, l Uia’ct At’y’a Offico.
Ol'NTY or hl'H: ka, J
IPOTHE FOLLOAVIXU NAMED DEI’ENTJ
J iuiIa, ami lo »H owners of or claimants to
tho real ostute and improvements thereon or
improvements when assessed separately,
hereinafter described, known ar.d unknown:
You are hereby notified that .suits have boon
commenced in the Justice Court, of Eureka
Township, before IE M. Beatty, Justice of the
Peace of said Township, at his office in tho
town of Eureka, bv the State of Nevada, as
plaintiff against each of the defendants here
inafter named, and each of the following de
scribed tracts or parcels of land with the ini- !
provemonts thereon and improvements when
separately assessed, ami nil owners of or
claimants to the same, whether known or un
known. to secure the tax and delinquency as
I sensed to said defendant against said proper
ty for tin’ fiscal year cf linn* nclfig January 1st,
a nd ending I)» corn her 31st. A. D. 1^7-1, and
that summons 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 24th day ol
February, A. 1>. 1STY, judgment will be taken
against you, and the real estate and improve
ments described, for th** amount ot tax and
delinquency specified and costs ot suit:
I. (’. 1:atoman, and Bot d, Block I*, Munroe
Survey, town of Eureka; tax delinquen
cy.tr-dfi
John Duo Woodsuie, whose first name is
unknown; also Lots 17 and lb, Block “2,”
Melb mild Survey, town of Eureka; tax and
delinquency..;.
Mrs. McMillan, and also Let t», in Mock IS,
McCoy Su vey, town of Eureka; tax and
delin luency.**J
John Sheehan, personal property; tax and
delin iupix v.
J. \V. Flint, personal property; tax and de
linquency .
Horace Bliss, personal property: tax and
delinquency.;."1* M
(i. C. Bobbins, ai o possessing interest in
andlo n tract of land, situated in the Munroe
Survey, town of Eureka, State of Nevada,
anil 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
of Main street. Eureka, • 00 f-et, to a stake;
thence westerly at light angles to the inf«>i
s. etion of th • Munroe Survey, with tiro east
line of the Egan Survey, town ot Eureka;
thence southerlyNiu feet, to a stake; thence
easterly to the place of beginning; iunfail -
ing 1 72-100 acres, and known as th » Bobbin*’
Tract. Improvements thereon, a log ho ee.
Personal pioperty, turi.iture, .200; tax ai d
delin.iti nev.10
Sierra Valley 31 ill Company, J. C. Cor.,
Ag nt; also possessing interest in and to a
tract of Find situated in Siena Canyon, State
ol Nevada, and described as follows, to wit:
Commencing 1 chain and 22 links south -7
west from the S. E. curi er of urvey made
for C. A. Brown, in Siena Canyon, June bih.
1*70, and running thence south 41 •_ ea-t,
:>*. »0 eli*»ins, to a dead cedar tree: theneo
south 70 Vu west, -40. o chains, to a true; theme
north P . west, twi.oP chains to a tree; thence
W“st 7b*v east, 20.27 chains to place of bt
irinning; containing 111 acres, axd Iqumr a
the sierra Valley Mill Company’s site, im
provements, small stock and walls. Ber un
til property. 1 battery, >2if); sha ting, '2bO;
tax and delinquency. *7 42
J. S. Smith, also l ot Id, Mock 2. McBqi -
alil Survey, town of Eureka; tax and delin
quency. -*1 ;A)
‘i homas 1 uredl, ulso l.ot 1, Block 2d, Mi
Coy Sur.ey, town of Eureka. Improvements,
two small houses; tax and d linqui i cy... -d 2 *
Fnkown owner to Lot |H, Block 2, MrPm
ald Survey, town of eureka; tax and delii
|U* ney. SI 1 *
James liay, also Tots A B iu Block2 *, M< -
Coy Survey, town of Euroka: tux ami d lin
quency.b;*
ti. U . liAKh»■,
Prosecuting Attorney of Eureka County.
JBIIN ]). .-*1 LEI VAN, Sheriff. julO
NOTICE.
rp0 A. V. AVII.Si N.AV. fs. WILSON, I D.
1 l.Al M, hihj VV. WAT Ki.s. You mil
take uohcu that I, th** undt isig.u d. Lav*
pi iformed labor in accordance with the act
of Congress. approved May 10:h. A. It. 1872,
to tho amount cf one hundred dollars, gold
coin, on tho Eidgeway Mme.cn Mineral or
McCoy Hill, in Eureka M ining I)i«iriet. Eu
roka county, Nevada; that such mine is now
owned a* lollows:
\. V’. Wilson.200 feet
\V. S. Va ilson.2<H) feet
Ed. Baum.21*0 feet
W.Waters.200 B ot
And tho Mulct signed.'-do loot
That unless you, and each ot you, within ft)
dip s, pay your proportion o said amount,
your, and each of your interest in said mine
will become my property.
J. 11. (rOKTt'HIIM.
Jan. ffth. If.73. ja 10-1 aw Oil
Notice.
'Poll. r.NTnilll.KKsVOl WIM.TAKi:
J notice that l, the undersigned, have per
formed labor, in m-eoriirtnce with the act ol
Congress approved May 10, A. if. 167.', to tin
amount of eighty dollars—vMl—gold coin, on
tin* Manhattan lnino, sih.atid oiilh«i a>t side
of i rnspect mountain, Lurelu county, \’ov&
da. Such mine i* now owned us loihws;
it, 1\ Stiinblcr, <JJU0 t « t, and t he itnder-igncd
.700 feet; that utiles# you, within nir.ety days,
pay your proportion of said amount, your in
terest in said iuino w ill become my property,
ja^ 1-1 in SAM. d. KLLliKL.
Public ttfotice.
MN El:S AM) ALL U'lllEKS AEE
hergby notified Ll it ih< fea*y© Ccosoli
viated Mining company (Tlmitid/ will not b«
lasponsibie lor payment oi I hour or material
furnished to parties having contracts or
agreemints to work on any cl the Company**
mines in I'into, Secret ifanyon, or elsewhere
in Kuroku county. oCiiN 1. All Ki ll V,
•mpenntJendent
Eureka. Nev.. Oetol «r 7. lKT.’l o&tl
BRITISH MILLING & MINING Co.
LIMITED.
NOTICE-J. It. U8U0HNE, HAVING
boon appointed Superintendent of the
Company’s business, he alone is authorised to
make contract# and purchases, or incut an>
indebtedness on behalf of the Company.
THUS. WVIA* Lull,
Agent Kriti-h M. A M Company >limited).
1 into Alill, Lureku, October ,/*th, 1674.
o^7-la iv _
K. K. lONU. 1
f. h. RKYNOLD8. r J. EVANS, Agent.
" POND, REYNOLDS * C0„
importer.- ami Jobber*of
wmns AND LIQUORS,
212 California St., San Francisco.
Sole Agents for Pacific Coast for G. 0.
lilako‘*» llovr Don County \\ hi ikies gll.tf
K. A. RARGO. J. 11. FARGO. U. L. NY k
E. A. FARGO A CO.,
Importer* anil Jobbers of
Brandies, Wines and Liquors,
>16 Front Street,
Corner of Commercial street, Sas Fe uasi'o.
_ioiUtf_
F. D. DURKEE,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
POSTOFFICE, -:i' HEK A.
WATCHES AM) CHOCKS HE.
PAlltEl) with neatness and dispatch
All kinds of hard solder jewelry
work done in ivuihinanliko manner
IMjh •YlonnliiiK in the latc-t style,
N. Ik—Particular attention to all watch
work, and satisfaction Kiiuranteetl, tk£;
HOTELS, ETC.
Eureka Hotel.
Mrs. H. Dodge & Mrs. M. J. McCarthy,
l'ro|>rietrMicf.
rpHE REST AND CHEAPEST LODGINGS
X in town.
Rooms by the N'isht. Week, or
Month.
Beds from 25 cts. to $2 50 per Night.
The rooms will ho kept in the neatest pos
sible manner and no pains will b j spared to
enhance the comfort of guests.
IIoiinc Open all
January 11,1873. jalltf
American Chop Stand.
IN THE
American Hotel Building,
Corner of Main and Clark Sts.,
EUREKA.
rpfl E UNDERSIGN ED, 14 AVING OPEN ED
1. tho above Chip Stand, would respectfully
inform the public Iliat he will at all times be
prepared to serve every delicacy of tho sea
son, obtainable either in this market or in
San ) raneDco.
Fresh Oysters, Turkey, Chicken,
Sheep Tongues, IleadCheo"o, fine St< aks and
other tempting dishes. Remember the place
—Dan. Morgan's Corner—and give mo a call.
d2 -tf J EERY A. VkKGN ISON.
INTERNATIONAL HOTEL.
MAIN STliKET, EUREKA.
D. H. HALL.PROPRIETOR.
TIIF INTERNATIONAL II0TE1.
is still kept by D. II. U ALE in first
l class styl ?, mPifyirg all patrons; and
in Eastern Nevada the aceo-iiuiudatious can
not be excelled.
THE VERY BEST BEDS
• rd finely furnished ROOMS, by the night,
week or month. apf>
TURNER HOUSE,
Sonlli Miiln Sired. Knn kn. Si-vntlM.
B. J. Turner, Proprietor.
MA V1 NT i A (1A 1N AS.'L.M ED LI'SI
ness at my old stand, 1 beg h*avM to in
iorm the public that 1 am prepared to at
commodate all who may tavor me wiili then
patronage, and would assure them that if v> 111
again be brought back to its former w;*il
k now ii standard. Old customers are re
spectfully invited to r turn, and th'*y will re
ceive every possible utter lion.
THE BOOMS
Are large, well furnished and comfortable.
THE TAltI.ES
Will, at all times, be supplied with tho best
(he market affords.
THE Bill
Will be constantly supplied with the choicest
Wduos, Li iuors and Cigars. Charges i u.-un
ablo.
II. d. TERN Ell, Propr.
Eureka, August23, lt>74. anjiif
ANTELOPE RFSTAURANT
S. W. BUCKHAM, Proprietor,
1/.ILV STREET, EEJtl E'A, SEl’.,
Two doors above the Silver Brick Hotel.
rp Ii E ABOVE BEST A Ell A NT
I having been entirely rem -
viitcd and refitted, tlj. • pr«.pri. -
tor nsuius (he public that he will
spare no pains to merit a share ui ih.it pit.*
i on ago.
a No Elilnn CooliN I itipl»3 ed.
jai»-tf
SILVER BRICK HOTEL,
South Main ?troet, Kurokn.
WM. GILLEN, - - Proprietor.
f|MlE BEST MKAKSTO BE OUT AIM \>
I in the Mate cun be had bore lor titty
ccnti*.
THE BAXl
!s worked with n fHiperior article of Whip
kief, I.raudio*. Wine?, Li<juor» and Cigar?,
or 12’y cent?.
tunic, try the Silver Brick.
je3 W M. (HI.KEN.
J. L. HlUCkLkY. J. II. 1.0( KWOOl)
PARKER HOUSE,
Kl liKKA. NKV.
Hinckley &. Lockwood, Propris^ors.
Tin: 1COO.MS Al;K S1M< I< IS AM)
1 supplied with Spring lied* throughout.
Tin: IS A It
U furnish' d with the finest Liquors and
igur« that can be purchased.
1 1 Kest anriiii t on 11m*
liiHt I loor.
Tho !'ali*ado, Hamilton, Austin, T> bo and
Italtuoni Stages, all stop at this House.
_ jll-nlb_
The Pioneer Restaurant,
HppositoJ. S. M’hitton's Stone Store, Ma
Street, Kureka.
GEO. P. LUNSG&SN
tlTlEE UK 1’l.KAkKD TO SKK ALL Ills
? ▼ old friends at his bouse at uny time.
At the l*IO*\Sllllt they will find
The Tables Supplied
with nil the delicuclos that can ho obtained,
und tho I iopoej shall bo mm woil kept aw any
Uestauiant in Kureka.
Hive mo a call and »eo how entirely you will
bo waited. jt*17
>«>UH ....,<»<->*-> gtjgg
ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
C'l-VKU Hl;M A ox. *11X1X4.
O CompaniN Location of works, Kureka. F.u
rcka county Nevada, i rtnctpu! placeo buwi
new*, Sun Francisco, California. Notice iw
hereby given, that nt a meeting of the Hoard
of Irustees of said cempuny, hold on the
thirteenth—15th—day ol January, 1K75, an
ment .so. • ; «t ten It) c<ats p«*r
share wum levied on tho capital stock of said
company, j ayablo iiumcdiately, in l . S. goid
coin, to the .Secretary at tho otfijo of th - com
pany, room.* New. 5 and •!, >vherman’.s build
ing. No. nob Montgomery street, San i runcis
co. California.
Any stock upon which *aid assessment shall
remain unpaid on the twentieth day of Feb
ruary, 1H7>,-hall bo declin'd delinquent and
advertised lor wale ut public auction, and un
less paid before will be wold on Nut unlay,
Clio I weut.c&li Hay o| March, 1H7.1,,
at one o'clock r. m., at tl « auction room <>t
Maurice Horo.vl o., No i ine street, Fan
Francisco, California, to pay the delinquent
av’cssment togelher with the cost of auvei
tising und expenses of wule.
F. K. HHN KKH, Secretary,
< tfico: Nos, 3 and tSherman's building, No.
<50», Montgomery street, Sun F rnnciMco, Cali
fornia. j21-2awtd
Notice.
H AVISO Till.' DAY I’UKCIIASEI)THE
inti'ieft ul I’. I', Ksti rluv in thu miloon
known as "I'eto’s Hctreat,” at tho ourneruf
Hurl and Clark Mrc-ts, I will In roafl.w c on
duct ihu miu.o bnrinoaa at lli« fame idaco.
.1. EtiTKKI.EY.
I Eurcku. Key., Fob. 9, 1M3. fclt-lm
PA TENT A PPL ICA TIONS.
Application for Patent
N0T1CK NO. 2(17.
tr a i __a..
XTOTICE is iihr.Kitl uiVFN THAT
ll the Champion Consolidated Mining and
Smelting Comi-'Jiny— postoffico address: Eure*
kn, Nevada, Thu A/ J. Hoed, agent-has this
day tiled in this oflico a diagram, together
with a notice of application for a patent from
the United States, under act of Congress »hk
proved May 10, 1572. for one thousand—l.Utio—
lineal feet of the Champion lode, the same
running 500 feet northerly and '00 feet south,
erly from the south side of the top of the
Champion incline, with surface ground thn o
hundred feet in width, situated in Diamond
Mining District, White! in'* county, State of
Nevada, and describ' d in the pint and field
notes on file in this office as follows, to wit;
U. S. Survey No. 379Lot A,
Beginning at a post marked “No. 1. U. 8.
Survey N o. 57, Lot A,” whence Clayton Peak
No. 1 bears S. dt)c 12' F. l.#M7 feet. T ho fm*
nacc stack of the C hami ion Furnace bears N,
S) 10 \V. 3,720 feet, and the top of the ( haml
pion incline bears S 20’ \V. 520 f?et. T henco
running 1st course S. 3‘4' W. 1,000 feet to
post marked “No. 2, U. S. Survey No. 37, Lot
A,” whence a nut-pine tree, two feet in diam
eter. marked “Champion B. T.” bears N.
’V W. 112 foot. Thence 2d course N. \\\
. 00 f»*'*t to post marked ‘‘No. 5. U. S. Survey
No. - 7, Lot A.” Thence 3d course N. 3V4 jj
1.000 feet to post marked “No, 4. U. S. Survey
No. 57, l.ot Ai”and thence 4tb course S, wig-,
F. MOO feet to post marked ‘ No. 4,” placo of
beginning. Contninirg 0 Wt-ioo acres.
Also the following described piece of lacd
a* a mill site.
Lot B.
Beginning at a post marked “No. 1, T\ 8,
Survey No. 37, Lot 11,” whence Post No. i
Lot A, bears S. 71* 4 F. 4.203 feet, and the
( hampion Furnace stack bears S. 54 17' t,
o .4fe< r. Thence running 1st course N. 4!»',o
F. 200 let t to post marked “No. 2, U. 8. 8ur*
vey N o. 37. Lot Thence 2d courses. 40‘4 i
F. 750 feet to post marked “No. M, U. S. >>ur.
vey No. .’7, J,ot H.” Thence&1 course S. 4IM4
\\. 2M) feet to post marked “No, 4. U. S. .Sur
vey No. • Lot II; and thence 4th course
10 4* W. 7 0 feet to port marked “No. 1,” th*
place of beginning; containing 5 acr**.
Courses expressed from the true meridian
with u magnetic variation of \*\\ degrees
oast.
This claim is located 11 f»on unsurveyed
land and is bounded 011 the smith by the lins.
sell Company and on thu north by the Livens
Company.
This claim is recorded in book “A,” png*
1J5, of tho Diamond District Mining records,
Kept, ut Diamond t ity. ami a copy of the
notice and jdats can be found posted at the
(. harm iou incline.
felt) L’YltU'S F. HORN, Register,
NOTICE NO. S2M.
l’. S. Kxxn Ornrg, )
Eureka, Nevada, Jan. 12, 187». (
V«TICE IS H EH KEY tilYE' THAT
li Job i E. Elat.-r, who.«o I o*t» tfi« e u<l
«ircm i* Eureka, Nevada, ha.* tbi* Jay tiled \n
(Id* office a diogiam, log* thcr wiib a notice
of at'i'ii uiK-ii ieraiatmt from the l t.itcd
Mate*. under act of t <»hCtc««. ui t r«*x ed May
10. Ik72, tor fifteen bin.rcd 1. i*)~ lineal t«wt
of the Alia* J.ode, the -nine running tif'twn
hundred ted r.ojfth riy fiom the tarttUobuf
•he notice and plat • n north *idn M'TOnlie
ilunderh.ig hoisting wx*rk*», with ttirlar*
ground 2tM> ie. t in width, riftunterf in Eureka
Alining I i-tibt, Eureka county, Slate of Ne
x adtt, and de-ci0<ei in the i lat uud field
not** u.* lot Iowa, to-wit:
U. S. Survey No. 81.
n«rinntnir at a poi*l murk* d N o. 1, E. S. Sur
vey No. M. liii- pc*t Mood* at the weetcra
boundary ot Sorxey N ». • l'tmdei herj:
lode, whence | o-i N». | of -aid Survey No.
7. beui * N. 12‘, E. 742 feet; auminit of i»uly
Hill, No. I berr* N. 22 ■’>' \x. hje-i IWt; flip
- f ii IE in the town o* Kuicd u licai* N. *1 •»'
E. 11,'tVifeet; and the center «*t ihe top Mil of
th" ltnfoicrb lgtncdlie. bein* S. :»l E. 124
loot; thence innidi.g I-t «ooi*cS. 12‘i \i.
177 7-1*4 hA alonr i*aid aurvoy No, o7 to an
iron i in iri dull hole on large bouldur on
north Mile of Uondeib**rg loud; th net*’-‘‘1
course S. »S W. 100 feet to pent n arked No.
•f, l . S. S »rvoy No. kt. whence a i»in« tre one
oot in diameter, mu r«e»i At la* Ii, T., h«ai*
N.o.s \\. )7 iect; tb* ..d course N.22 \».
1, IM feet to |• o*i murht d No. I, 1 . S. Siirvey
xo. M; th nee It 1» coo mo N. *»h I!. ‘*00 feet to
; out marked No. •» l . S. Mirvi y No. Ml;
.ljei.ee Yth conr-eS. 22l E. 1, »**►! 1-10 I•«i t»>
pi»*»t No. I, the | laco of beginning; c« nUin
n.g tf 72-1 mi aero*; coiiraea exprer*«4i from tbo
tfuo meridian with a magnetic vurialiou of
HE ea*L
1 hi* claim i« local'd upon Mn«urvoyed land
and i« boumtod on the aoutTicaat' by lh«* Hut
deriierg hide.
1 hi* claim i» recorded in I'ook K„. page*
202, ‘20; of the E r a t iM»»ct Miuirg i.«
**oid*. and a cony of the nolle* hi d plut* c n
he found posted ut the southern OSd of tbtf
claim. CYhlS 1 . lloltN,
jail Keg inter.
To the Unfortunate.
xkw ni Mi;i»n:v m;« rkmcdiiw
DR. GIBBON'S DISPEN*
MAKY, M». •»\%\ K V, A K N V /W
corner of Coitiinercin!, >nn Iran
ci^co. I rivaio entrunco on (on;*
ml wfiiM-t. I- - tn liliolicil IH
J.*v»i, lor the treatment ol Sexual ami Sorniut*
Ibsca'to*, such Hdiotitrrhini, (Hoot.Stricter*.
Sypmli* in all its forms, Seminal \Vonkm**j
Impotem y, etc. etc. Skin dis< uses of year*
standing, and k leerated Logs, etc., succosstul
ly tn ated.
Hit. UUtllON bus tho plea, ure ofwinnuuD
mg that ho has returned from visiting tl;#
principal hospitals of Europe, and has re
sumed practice.
The l>octor lias spared neither time ncr
im ney in seeking out new remedies, and ha*
returned with increased facilities tor the alls
viation of human sutloring.
Seminal Ueakuexs.
Seminal emission is the consequence of roll
abuse. 1 bis solitary v ice. or dtq>raved sextan
indulgence, is practiced by the youth o* both
sexes to an utmost unlimited extent, produc
ing with unerring certainty tho following
train of morbid symptoms, unless combated
by scientific medical measures. fallow
countenance, dark spots under the eyes, pula
in tho bead, tinging in tho ears, noise like th*
rustling of leaves or rattling of chariots, un
easiness about the loins, weakness of tl»®
limbs, confused vision, blunted intellect, loss
of confidence, ditlidcnco in approaching stran
gers, a dislike to form new acquaintances, a
disposition to shun society, loss of memory*
pimples and various eruption* about the taco,
hectic llusho*. furred tongue, foetid breath*
coughs, consumption, night sweat*, monoma
nia, and frequently insanity. If relief be nyi
obtained, you should apply immediately, ci
ther in person or by letter, and have u cure
effected bv hi* now ami scientific mode i»I
treating this disease, which never fails ot
effecting a quick and radical cure.
rurisl Hi Homo.
Persons at a distance may be CIKKP AT
HUMh, by addressing a letter to IHt. (lib
HON, stating case, symj toms, length of time
the disease has continued, and have uiedicin*
promptly forwarded, free from damugo and
curiosity, to any part of the country, with
I full and plain directions for use,
liy inclosing Tun Hollars coin in a regis
tered letter through the l ostotlico, *>r
through Wells, Fargo & Co’s, a puckage ot
medicine will be forwarded to any part ol tho
t nion.
Persons writing to tho Hector will pie®**
Mato the namo of tho paper they *oo this ad
vertisement in.
All communication* strictly confidential.
Address lilt. J. F. (ill;l»(*N,
lfox 106U, San Francisco. California.
_Jyl-I\L_
NOTICE !
'PllE I’UWEIt OF AITOI.NEY ’10 MAN*
I »*B. Ac , miues and minintc |iroj>erty in
Eureka 1 iet, heretufore grunted by lb«
under,ipued tu JOHN S. t'AI'UbN i. hereby
revokod. UKU. W. KINNEY.
January 2‘ld, 1 K7'>. jaji-lm
For Sale,
TOUR 0L|) CATIH’LI" CHI'RCH < 4
1 auii iuiBO lot*. Turuia Ca.b. An* —
1' 'u FATIIEll UYnT=.
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