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'MIKA DAILY SENTINEL.
,SOCIETIES. Eureka Lodge,No. 16,F.& A. M. The Stated Communications of Eu .reka Lodge, No. id, K &t A. M„ will 'be held In Masonic Hall, on every Saturday on or preceding tbo full moon in each month. Callod Communications every Saturday Kvoning. Members of sister lodges, and sojourning brethren in good standing, are cordially in vited to attend. JOHN GltLESPIE, W.M. A. Bkxkdict. Secretary. lo-jalii St. John’* Chapter, No. 5, Royal Arch . j 1 Maaona. Tiie stated communica- «««>* T10N8 ofist John’s Chapter, No. M.. will be h<dd in Ma- vSWff month. Called Communications on all other Wednesday evenings. All Koyal Arch Masons in good standing are cordially invited to attond. A. BEN EDICT, W. P. Gro. P. LvxriGkKX, Secretary. myll x- o. o. f*7 I/UKEKA ljUIAIfl. Tj meets Every TllC USD AY ; EVENING. Ul UUU t LMlUVVD UJUiL. At IV, o'clock p. m. All member* in good ■landing are cordially invited to attend. ED. LOEVYENTHAL, N.U. Jno. W. Hkss. Secretary. 10-jy $ Reliekali Charity Degree, 1.0.0. F. flMIE REHUKAR MEETINGS OF THE J. Rebel, ah Charity Dcgreo Lodge, 1,0. 0. 1., will be held until torther notice on the first and third FRIDAYS of each month. Hour ol Meeting, 8 o'clock p. m. ■•vtf \v . H. DAVENFORT, N. G. I. O. C. T. Reclamation Lodge No. 20.1.0. G. T. Meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 o’clock, at Masonic llall. corner ol Main and Clark streets. Eureka. Nevada. Mem her* of sister lodges are invited to attend. G. W, LEET, M . C. T. J. Straps, Secretary. fclO-tf I.C. OFR.C. STAB OF HOPE ENCAMPMENT, NO. 12, Meets every Friday evening. in Masonic Hall, at 7:3U o’clock. D. gree mootings every Sunday evening at 7 o’clock. C. G. HUBBARD, Eminent Commander. «f. MeG, Stott. W. S. s2<i K. A. U. B. Regular meetings of daod-isrf Retreat No. 3d, K. A. U. B.. will be held at_ Masonic llail every THURSDAY EVEN ING. Special meetings, ut the cull of the 8. G. S. Sir Knights of sister retreats in good standing are cordially invited to attend. S. P. KELLY, S. U. S. Bmj. C, Law, Recorder. fe25 t 1 ■ ' •TV ■ -g ■ THE A. 0. H. meat orory first and third dSAlUHDA Y EVENING of each month, at 8 o’odock, M the eorncr of Clark and Monroe streets, until further notice. THUS. HALEY, I*reside!t. JfettkMiAR StlLLIVAW. Secretary. au7 7} K. Of P. Beatific i.«»«k. Ho. 7. k. or i*., 11 hold regular conventions every MON DAY EVENING, at 7:30 o’clock, sharp, at its Castle Hall, in the new Masonic Hull. All sojourning members in good standing arc cordiol'y inritud to attend. W. H. DAVEXrORT.C.C. . A. G. Swetsirgkk, K. of R. andS. Evreka. New, Jan. 23,1873 ia2"-tf YOUNG’S CONFECTIONERY! rv AN DIES, FRUITS, N UTS AND CONFEC \ J TIONKHY manufactured by myself, at the new Confectionery Store, on If bin Street, two doors south oi Ashira Bros. No Experienced Cerman Coo Allowed Around the House. All Confectionery Manufactured by Myself. I DIPT OPPOSITION! jy21-t( M. YOUNG. GEORGE YOUNG, Gunsmith and Cutler Begs to infohm the public that he has re moved lroui hia old auud, near the Silver iiriek Saloon, to the opposite side, on Main street. next to tf. luannciiu's store, where be will be happy to receive the patronage 0f his former customers, lie also informs the public tbat he. has CONSTANTLY ON HAND The finest and largest assortment GUNS AND PISTOLS Of Every Patern. Also, aaeaniaition, and every ether article • o the aborting line* A large assortment of Wostruliolns'a tmlsry. Butcher.' luola, Callfhruhe-iiinilc Car v IBs Seta, Haiem, And all other goods pertaining to this line, at the lowest figures. Repairing dune with neatneas and dispatch, charges reasonable. Eureka. l>'eb. 17th. lS7i. fetS-tl J. H. MICHEL. New Goods! New Business! STATIONERY JUST AKRIVEDt; MEEK K3 schaum Pipes; Jewelry; Finest Cutlery n town; Yankce Kotions. Cigars, Imported and Domestic; Tobaccos Ete., Etc. mr My Stationery l)et>artment is complete in every partienlar. niT-tf 13 EOS TO INFORM 1118 W,/-s_ KaatMis f'sprn. rerMIcal., Maga. alisaa and Fatah less Desks, And is prepared to deliver them to bis sub scriber* at their place of residence FJ»J£E OF CUA RQEI SALOONS. THE SAZERAC. Maix Strkkt, Eurkka, Next door to Wells, Fargo & Co. SMITH & CO., PROPRIETORS. rpiirs ELEGANT saloon has been J. fitted up in tho most attractive style, and furnished conveniently, with Public anil Private Club Rooms. Wines, Liquors and Cigars of the best brands and polite and attentive gentlemen to wait upon the patrons of the establishment. Come in and view tho premises, try the liquors, and judge for yourselves.. d2l-tf THE SENATE ! Corner of Duel and Clark streets. J. G. DOUGLAS, Having elegantly fitted up his Saloon, which will hereafter be known us the Senate, will keep his liar constantly sup plied with all of the choicest brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Patrons may rely on good treatment, and may also rest assurod of getting tho best ot everything usually found in a first-class es tablishment of the kind. Li'eStf FRANK’S SALOON! JOS. MENDES, Prop’r. yyllOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. EINO and CLUB KOOKS! Money to loan on collateral or approved business paper. 27-rilH NEW SALOON! WM, BUSCHER, PROPRIETOR, SOUTH MAIN STREET. EUREKA. The bent of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS CONSTANTLY ON HAND. LAGER BEER OX DRAUGHT. felH-lrn Palace Saloon, East Main stroet, South of Wells, Fargo & Co. LUTHER CLARK. Proprietor, HAS FITTED UP, IN THE REST STYLE. tho above Saloon, whore ho will keep only the choicest brands of Liquors and Ci gars. Call and bo convinced. Eureka. Nov. lti. 1871. nov'24-tf BILLIARDS ! THE COB.XVBB. Has just received new billiard TAtsLES. with Dolany's Patent Wire Cushions, and ii to bo kept as A FIRST-CLASS SALOON. GEO. TIIACI1EU.1 _ CLAY SIMMS, 1 Ir°I>r‘e‘ors. nplR FRANS A3ADXE, Wholesale Dealer in WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, ETC., ETC., ETC. Xenrfy Opposite the Court-Home. Mouth Atnlu street, Knrekn. IARGE STOCK CONSTANTLY J od linnd, couairting oi' Uranium, Domestic and foreign; Whlnklm, the boat brands; Wines, all kinds, in wood and glass: Air, imported, in wood and glass; Porter and Oiler. do. do.; Havana Cigar*, all kinds; PLAYING CARDS, COAL OIL, ETC Will BUY CHECKS, NOTES. CUAKCOAI. KECEll' IS. ote. Houses to rent to families, or lor business. IV1 i-tf •»H«sna JVIIP ‘^n«a •.••O V uo;xr j 01 joop ;njj ’HOXaiHdOHd ‘3N J.S1V NVA *UiM ‘swooa 1NIM SiNVA Wholesale Liquor Housei -AT Bave aanlirlm a Will Stand, Main Street, Eureka. |HAVE NOW ON HAND, AND IN CON I. stunt receipt from the East, the choicest -OF BRANDIES, WHISKIES AND WINES! Yho finest brand* of DOMEMTIC CIGARS Can always be found at tbia piano, which are offered lor sale at a low figure. Call at the M boleaalo Liquor House, jell) UKNltY KIND, Proprietor. SILVER BRICK SALOON, ■■in street, Eureka, DA VE ROSENBERG - - - Proprietor. At the silver brick, gentle men can alwaya find the finest quali ties of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS that can be procured on the Pacitio Coast. ja:i0-tf-jy7 Bonanza Saloon. IYBO, Central Town (Nev. The finest assortment of winks. Liquors and Cigars always on hand. CLUB ROOM. Feb. 1,1875. J-C. BOSS, Proprietor. SALOONS, Ac. EUREKA SALOON! DICK PADDOCK - - - - Proprietor. Having purchased the above well known saloon, in tho Eureka Hotel building, tho proprietor will bo pleased to meet hi* many friends at thw place to test his Superior Stock —OF— Brandies, Vines, Liquors and Cigars! None but the best brands will be found at the bar Call and test the hospiialitios of mhib-tf DICK l’ADDOCK. ARCADE SALOON! W. S. BOLAND, Fro’r, South Main Street, Eureka, Nevada. rplIE BEST! YES, T11E VERY BEST,OF Wines, Liquors anil Cigars Passed over tho ARCADE BAR, -FOB TWELVE and a HALF CENTS ! d!7-tfIV. 3. BOLAND, SHERIFF’S SALE. By virtue of an execution is sued out of the District Court of Eureka county, State of No vada, on the 1st day oi March, A. D. 1875, and to me directed and de livered, for a judgment rendered in said Court on the 1st day of March, A. J>. 1875, in favor of D. Mnnheim, plaintiff, and against H. Wood*, defendant, for two thousand four hundred and fifty-two dollar*, in U. S. gold cuin, with interest in like gold coin, at the rat« of 10 per cent, per annum on $15», from February *0ih, 1875; on .00, at 2 percent, per north from August l*t, 1874; on $900, at 5per cent per month from* February 1st, 1875; on *877. at 1 per cent, per month from February •ith, 1875; on at 2 per cent, per month from Fepruary 0th, 1875; and on $2»K). at 2‘* per cent, per month from December5th, 1871; all of said sums to bear interest until paid in l . S. gold coir, together with damage* and one hundred and eight and *7-100dollars, in I . S. 1 gold coin, costs ef suit, 1 have on this, the 1st duj>* of Murcli, A. D. 1875, levied on the following personal property, to wit; *01 w'ool overshirts, 117 pairs doeskin pant*, 01 common pant, 0 blanket pants, o pairs boys’ case pants, 517 undershirts and drawers, 100 | overalls and jumper*, 2<D hat* and caps, 29 pairs boys’ boot®, 9 pair* men’s boots, 58 knit w«»ol jackets, 41 pairs slippers, 12 pairs men’s shoes, 5 dozen wjoI scarfs, 1 dozen white ribbed drawers, 4 pairs lubber overshoes, 5 umbrellas, U dozen overalls. 84 coats assorted, 8 pairs gum boots, 2u boys* coats* 10 leather valines. 5 trunks, 5 pair® drawers, 0 boys’ undershirts, 147 flannel undershirts and drawers 29 pans linen drawers, 8 pairs silk drawers, 12 silk undershirts, 55 towels. 5 lisle thread shirt®, 19 cotton flannel shirt® 1 look ing-glass, 1 blanket vest,8 pairs boys’ pants. 1 boy’s coat. 5 boys’ suits, 1 pair boy’s pants, 1 dock. 1 sprinkler and bucket. 1 feather dust er. 7 double mattresses, 5 single mattresses, 4 three-quarter mattresses, 8 pillows, 11 carpet sacks, 158 linen cellars.5 pairs flannel pants, 2 linen coats, lb pairs linen pants, *77 boxes paper collars, 11 boxes limn collars, 1 7 white shirts, 57 pairs of kid gloves, 58 puirs black wki*i gloves, 55 pairs cloth gloves, I pairs seal skin gloves 9 white cotton gloves, 89 vest®, 58 children’s suits, 47 puir* Bn Hunger’* socks, 7 boxes white handkerchiefs, one box silk handkerchiefs, 21 towels,7 boxes suspenders, •> boxes couibs, 7 do/.*fi wool .socks, 2 dozen cotton siKjks, 20 pairs ovoral s. Notice is hereby given that on the. Kltflitti Uny of March, A. II. 1*73. Betwei n the hours of 9 o’clock a. a. and 5 o’clock p. M., viz: at 12 o’clock n., i will #«*ll all the right, title, claim and interest of the said defendant, H. M oods, of, in aiul to the above described property, at the store of 11. M oods, on Main street, south of the barker llo iso, at public auction, for cash in hand, to the highest and boat bidder, to sutisiy said ex ecution and all costs. UEU. W. UlLMOBE, Sheriff. By S. B. Bk» l, Deputy. Eureka. Eureka to,, Nev., March 1, 1875. n.2-td Reilly & Harrison? SUCCESSORS TO 0BERFELDER & HARRISON, Fire-proof Brick Store, Main Street, Eureka, RESPECFULLY ANNOUNCE TO TIIE t>eopleof Euroka that they have t>a baud the largest stock of General Merchandise Ever offered for rain in Fastorn Nevada, and they intend hereafter to devote purticular attention to the RETAIL TRADE And hope, by strict attention to business, fair dealings am) reasonable prices, to secure a liberal share of patronugc. Family Custom Especially Solicited. Their mammoth stock consist, in part, of ill kinds of Groceries, Miners' Supplies, Shelf Coods, Hardware and Cutlary, Mining and Farming Tools, Powder and Fuae, CLOTHING Gentlemen’s Underwear, Furnishing Goods, Gloves and Hosiery, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Etc., Etc., Etc. Wholesale Invoices Filled at a Saudi Margin. MERCHANT TAILORING! Wo hare alao on band a large Mock direct from New York of French, bugliah and Ger man Clotba, Caaainiecra, blot-akin* and Y’eat inga. which wo are prepared to make up in the moat atrlieh manner Irom the laioat I'at erua Irom the eaat, having in our employment one of tho heat Cutter* in the Mate. SVGooda delivered to ary part of the town Fl»?| OF CHARGE! d!2-tf MISCELLANEOUS. Adams hill consolidated Mix ing Company — Location of principal tluce of business, .-an Francisco, California. ocationof Works, Eureka Alining District, Eureka county. State of Nevada—Notieo is hereby given, that at a meeting o llie Trus tees of said Company, held an the sixteenth day of February. 187 >, an assessment—No. it— of fifteen cents per chare was levied upou the capital stock of tho corporation, payable im mediately in United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at tho office of the Company, Koom 4. No. 408 California street, San Francisco, California. Any stock upon which said assessment shall remain unpaid on Wednesday, the 24th day of March. 1875, shall be deemed delin quent, and will be duly advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, wi I bo sold on Friday, the s*lx» i ecu Hi liny of April, 1879, to pay the do linquent nssefsment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. W. \V . Til AY LOU, Secretary. Office: Koom 4, No. 408 California street. San Francisco. California. f21-td DELINQUENT NOTICE. OILVEK WIST CONSOLIDATED I? MINI.NO COMPANY. Location ol principal I’lnco of business, San Francisco, state of California.—Location of Works, Eu reka, Eureka county. State of Nevada. No tice. There are delinquent upon the following described stock, on account of assessment (N». 3) levied on the thirteenth day of Jan uary, 1875, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as fellows: No. of No. of Names. Certificate Shares Amt. Taylor Thomas .1.; o 50 $j oo Taylor Thomas J_. 81 50 o 30 l'avlor Thomas J. 38 50 5 00 \\ ado A K, trustee.185 100 10 00 Ileydonfeldt S.343 1000 118100 Doolan Wm.'45 ID) 10(8) H ’.vdonfcldt S, trustee.kii) 500 50 (81 brumagiiu J W,.131 2(8) 20 00 lleydon'eldt 8, trustee.44 1 500 50 (8> lleydt nfeldt S, truster.447 5(8) 50 18) i’ruiimgini J W, truttec.,.4 (3 20 2 (8t F'i-hcr Fi, trustee.480 200 20 00 F isher E, trustee.4: 1 U81 10 00 F inn J F.507 1(8) ID 00 bruningiiu J W, trustee...510 10 1 0o Krumngim J W, trustee...524 0 3 (8) LoHoy Theodore.554 5000 .500 00 Lcliov T heodore. trustee...Vs, 1(1(8! 500 UG I’ershbaker John.588 luOO 100 Oil Brumagim J W, trustee...500 50 5 (8) Krumiigiin J W, trustee...572 5 5) Fell on •! b.>1 250J 250 00 linn.) F, trustee.'8! S70 7 0 And in necordanco with law, and an order of the board o Trustees, made on the thirteenth 118th) day of Janu ary, 1875, so many shares of each parcel of said stock as may be necessa ry will be sold at public auction at the sales room of Maurico Dore ,V Co., No. 328 I inest., San Francisco, California, mtPlMIaf, ti e Twentieth *31) tiny p>f Mikreli. 1874, at the hour of one 1 o’clock l\ u., ot that day, to |iay said delinquent arsessn en. thereon, to gclli.r with costs of advertising mid expenses of sale. F. K. BUNKER, Secretary. Office—Nos. 3 and 4 Sherman’s building. No. oOii Montgomery street, San Francisco, California. in -td NOTICE. TOA. V. WILSON'. W. S. WILSON, ED. JL LAl M, ami W. WATKuS: You trill lake notice that I, the undersigned, have performed labor in accordance with the act of Congress. approved May 10th, A. i>. IK72, to the amount of one hundred dollars, gold coin, on the hidgeway Mine, on Mineral or McCoy Hill, in Eureka Mining District. Eu reka county, Nevada; that such mine is now owned a* follows: A. V. Wilson. *....#....200 fuel W. t*. \N iisou. ........200 loot Ed. Haum..00 leaf W.Water?..00 f.-et And the undersigned./.*.U0 foot i hat unless you, aud each ol yom within 10 days, f.uv your proportion o said auioi nt, your, and each of your interest in raid mine will bcccinu iny property. J. ll.OOETCTlirS. Jan. 0th, 1871. . jaiO-luw.od Dissolution Notice. XTUT1CE IS IIEE ELY GIVEN THAT THE 11 partnership heretofore existing between 1* rank Money and 'ihomas Haley was this day dissolved by inut» al consent, Frank Money will continue the business at Money’s market, li piidaie all the iudebudnes* ot the old tirni, and collect all mnneysdue the same. FHANK MU" E\ , THOMAS HALEY. Eureka. March 2, 1S7». iu$-2w Mining Tax. XJ0T1CE IS liEUKHY (IIVKN, THAT 1. thu taxes on tlio proceeds of minn*. lor the quarter ending December Hl.l, 1 "4, ur> now duo and pay ublo at my ofiiue: and tbai I ho law wild regard to ibo collection ol the sumo will bo strictly enforced, J. L. TOW ELL, County Assessor of Kuroku County. Eureka, Nov., Fob. Utb. lv7->. ted Eureka Drug Store! Next l*M»r to Well*, I’argo A < »■» Ollier, Wlivrscan bo found iresn ana rure Medicines, Patent Medicines of all Kinds, Perfumery anil Toilet Article* OF ALL HlSlrS. Careful attention given to the preparation <,! PHYSICIANS’ PHKSCU1PTI0NS, Having had a practical knowledge in thisliu for more than twenty-live years, apjntf F. J. 8CIINElI>EU. Druggist. J08KKH WKl.t.B. I.. C. AMUKHSOS EUREKA FOUNDRY. WBZ.X.H A AZVBB&IOM, TIAVI.Nti PURCHASED THE PROPER XI ty known as tbo Eureka Foundry, are now prepared to furnish wills, furnaces, etc. with Catting* of All Description!; alao. Machine Work. **■ Orders from Austin, tlolmoat, Hamil ton, and Mineral llill solicitod and tilled with dispatch. All work leaving this foundry GUARANTEED, and on the most reasonable terms. Orders left at the foundry, or aildroe. ed to WELLS .V ANDERSON Euroka Foundry, Eureka, Nevada, Will receiva prompt attention. iutt-ttil; JOHN L. WALKER A CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Cider, Vinegar, Soda, Mead, Ginger Pop, Cordials and Syrups. JUST RECEIVED—25 BARRELS OF 1L linuis Crab Cider, per railroad; also 25 buirels of Oregon Champagne Cider, y,W»l pounds of Los Angeles mi-ins. and ,UUU pounds of Alden-driud apples. I smiles supplied. Orders loft at Capt. J. C. Culgan’s and Chris. M unha’s. Eureka, t eh, 25, ln7.5. fe2V m K. A. KAROO. J. H. KAROO. • II. S. NYk S. A. FARGO A CO., Importers and Jobbers of Brandies, Wines and Ziiqnors, SHI Front Street. I -_■: Corner ef Commercial street! Sam TV imciscO. JeS-U HOTELS, ETC. MOCH’S. J WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM MY friends in Eureka and Ruby Hill, and the public in general, that I have leased tbe Parker House Restaurant, And will open the same on Monday, the 29th of Febrnary, As a First-Class Sating-house Hoping to receive n share ef patronage, and assuring mv friends and tbo public that 1 will do all in my power to please. MRS. JNO.A.MOCII. Piorho Daily Record copy, fe2i-Iin PACIFIC LODGINQ HOUSE. North Main Street, Eureka. Formerly Cornneopln KeMtanrnnt. FRANK SWENSSON, PROPRIETOR. Having fitted up the finest lodging establishment in town. 1 am pro paired to furnish rooms in suit or single. The houso is httod up sll new, the rooms aro car peted, the beds are spling, the bouse is neat und airy. ■WCharges Reasonable.***) Try the FACIFIC ft O I'M E. fe2f-lm CARD. The undersigned have bought out and leaned THE LAFAYETTE RESTAURANT, In the Eureka Hotel building, and will Open the Same Thursday Morning, February 11th, 1875. Our friend.® and tho public of Eureka nr© cordially invited to givo ms a call, and they may rent annured that our bill of fare will not bo excelled by any other place, and general satimiiciuni given. RICK & SAN DER. Eureka. February 9th. 1875. ft 10-tuil Eureka Hotel. Mrs. H. Bodge is Mrs. M. J. Mclart hj, Praprlelrewm. 'I’llE BEST AND CHEAPEST LODGINGS A in town. Room, by the Sight, Week, or Month. Beds from 25 cts. to $2 50 per Night. Tho room.® will bo kept in tin neatext po«- ; nible tiiuiiner and no pain.® will b j nj art d to on banco tho corn ort of guest®. IIoiinc* Open nil Sight. January H, 1875. ;al Itf INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. MAIN STItEET. EUREKA. D. H. HALL, . . 777. . PROPRIETOR MTIJF I*'TEliNATIO.VAL HOTEL is still kept by I». II. IIALL in fir«|. class style, sapsfyirg all pntrons: ami in Eastern Nevada tho aci^o ujiodatimis can not be exculiod. THE VEST BEST BEOS nr.d finely furnished ROOMS, by the night, week or month. apt* TURNER HOUSE, South ’lulu Street. Knrrltn, Snaila. B. J. Turner, Proprietor. Having again as.mmld Busi ness at my old stand, 1 bog leave to in Uirm th'* public that 1 a’.n prepared to u* - etituniedatb all who may luvor me with their patronage, u:-d a ould assure lb* it* that it will again bo hi ought back to its former wull ktiowii sisudard. old auston.r. an* r* spec11uIly invited to r turn, ami they will re ceive every possiblu attentiun. THE KtltlXS Are large, well furnish xl and comfortable. THE TABUS Will, at all times bo supplied with th. best the market affords. THE BAR Will be constantly supplied with tho choicest W incs. Liquors und Cigars. Cbargus reason able. B. J. TUl’N Eli, Prupr. Eureka, Auguat tS. 1101. auvstrf "silver "brick hotelT South Main street. Eureka. WM. CILLEN, - - Proprietor. '■’llK HEST MEALS TO RE OBTAINED J in the State can be had here lor fifty cents. Is stocked with a superior article of Whis kies, Lrundies, U ines. Liquors ami Cigars, ■ or 12'-» cents. war Conic, try the Silver Brick. JJ>3_ WM. GILLEN. J. L. Hitt KLKT. J. H. LOCK WOOD PARKER HOUSE, EUREKA, NEV. Hinckley & Lockweod, Proprietor*. THE KOOMM AilE SPACIOUS AND X supplied with Spring Beds throughout. TUB HAH li furnished with the finest Liquor* and Cigars that can be purchased. A HnPrlsss Hestanranl ee the First Fleer. Tho Palisade, Hamilton, Austin, Tybo and Belmont Stages, all stop at this liouso. _ ill-nlit_ The Pioneer Restaurant, Opposite J. S. A\ hittun's Stone Storo, Me Struct, Eureka, OBO. P. LUNDQB.EN 11T1LL BE PLEASED TO SEE ALL Ills ?T old triends ut his house at uuy time. At the IMONKS.lt they will find She Tablet Supplied with all the delicacies that can be obtained, and tlie Pioneer shall be us well kept as any Restaurant to Eureka. Hive me a call and see how entirely you will bo suited, je]7 ANTELOPE RF6IAURANT •• W. BUCKHAM, Proprietor, MATE STREET, EUREKA, KEV., Two doors above the Si'vor Brick Hotel. THK ABOVE RESTAURANT 1 having been vntirely reno vuUd uii'i rulittwl. the i<r«*|»rio toranurei* the l ubliu ti nt bo will - Hjiure no ijuma to merit a *httro oi ibcu imi ronuso. jttH-tf PA TENT A PPL TCA TlONl Application for PatentT" NOTICE NO. 2OT. tT. S. liAWTi Owtry, .1 . Eureka, Nevada, Feb.0 irr Notice is hereby given w,. the Champion Consolidated Minin* * Smelting Company— postoflice addresi'T?*"' ka, Nevada, 'J nos. J. Keed. agent-has if day filed in this office a diagram t(i*«ii.* with a notice of application for a eutenir."’ tlio United States, under act of ConerJ. proved May 10. Ik72, for one thousand-) nSf1 lineal feet of the Champion lode, the » running M0 feet northerly and f(IO fcl.t erly from tho south sido of the top a Champion incline, with surface ground ii " hundred loot in width, situated in l)i*«T., Mining IHstrict, White I in- county, StJ?. 1 Nevada, and described in the plat ami s,u notes on file in this oflico ns follows, to U. S. Survey No. 37,Lot A. Beginning at a post marked f‘No. l y E Survey No. 87, Lot A,” whence Claytonl>li No. 1 hears 8. <B1 11' 1,8.17 feet. 3ft jS mice stack of the Champion Furnace bnr>v 81' 10' W. 3,7211 feet, and the top of the (W plon ineline bears S 20' W. 520 fret. •ij,"" running 1st course 8. 3'j, W. l.OiX) , po«r marked ‘‘No. 2, U. S. Survey No. ;j i! A,” whence a nut-pine tree, two feet lfi£i No. 37. l ot A;”and thence 4tb cuurseS "i?r E. ;3J0 feet to post marked ‘ No. 4,” p|,c,‘. beginning. Containing IIX'-KM) acres. * Also the following described piece of lgis us a mill site. " Lot B. Beginning at a post marked "No. 1. p j Survey No. 37, Lot B,” whence l ost X0,; vey Ne. 37. Lot 11." Thence 3d courses, t/. W. 2!H» feet to post marked “No. 4. U. S. Snt vey No.: 7, Lot li; and thence lib course! MH,V W. 7..0 leet to post marked "No. 3"k ; l>laee of beginning; containing 5 &, Courses expressed from the true meridiu with u magnetic variation of 1 )‘/t deirot east. 'ibis claim is located upon imminent land and is hounded on I he south bv t!m|i,.. s n Company and on tbn north by the llirtLi Company. '1 bis claim is recorded in hook “A,” pgE, 185, of the IHainond I'istrict Mining r.cnw, kept at Itiauiond City, and a copyuftli I notice and plats can b-r found posted at iba j i hautpiun incline. lelO CYRUS F. HORN, Ksgistsr, j Application for Patent. NOTICE NO. 2ft. t’. S. Lamp Omen, ) Euroka, Nevada, Jan. 12, NRf XTOT1CE IS 11E It Eli Y HIVE* THAT III John E. Plater, whore PortofBca a. drew i# Eureka, Nevada, ha* thi# day bud a j this other* a diagram, fog*th«T with a noiH-t ol application tor a patent from the Lnitej State#, under act of t ongr- approved Jrtaj i 10, 072, fur title* b hi min d- 1, OO—ittiral t«*i I of (lie At la# Lode, tlie fame n nuiiig finer hundred feet northerly fiom the locatitind j the notice and plat in north aide of ruwli« hunderberg hoisting work*, with #ur:V« ! ground 2W feet in width, * it i. a ted in Eurri* I Mining I’iftricl, Eureka county. State of No. \ada, and de-crmeJ in the plat and fiM note* a* follow#, r*»-wit: U. S. Purvey No. 81. 1'cirinriim; at a port maiktd No. 1. T.S.Son vi y :• o. b\. tliie | o*t Hand- ut the vertm boundary ol Survey N ». o". I’under bn; lode, w hi nee tort No. I of paid Surrey .Nu 7. heai* N. 12*,- E. 742 feet: numniit ol naby lilll, .No. 1 hear# N. 21 V \V. II,t 2-i fnttf!-** Huff it* the town •»* himd u lo an N. .1 •*' E. 14, 4N4 feet; and the ct nt< r ol the top dil »f the Le nderU rg incline. beat# s. M h. 1.4 teet; tiiene«* rnnaii.f Irt tour*# S. 12*; k. In 7*14 lo it tiloiK -aid nurvoy No. •*7u<»« iron i in in drill hole on large boulder o uorih miIm ot hi.ndcrberg road; th nee d comrcS. ub0 w. )4MJ foot to port malted Nk •4, I.S. Survey No. #1; whence a pine tree um loot in din nr ter. marked Atla* U. T.. bt»r* \. ok- \\. |7 I'oet; th iri* >U1 course N. 22- 4'. I, m* foci to | o?*i mark'd No. 1.1 . s. fmfny .no. M; ih nee 4tb course N. lie E. iOdftrib port marked No. •» l’. S. survey Nv. *L thence *»lh eour*«S. 22* E, I,--VI 1-10 feet l* port No. I, Ih«* place of b giniing, cintaa ii g d 7i*-lijO acre#; course# expressed noiu th* true meridian with a magnetic \ariauon Id*.' cart. i hi- claim i* located upon un«nrveycd land and in hounded on the rout heart by the bu dor burg hale. i hi* claim i* recorded in I»ook F., |*wg« 202, 20* i<f the Eure'a I irtrict Miningi" col d-, and a « ol y of the notice ai d plaoc a bo found ported ut the southern end t.f iba claim. C'YMS t. ii«’HN. jail i»e*i«icr. To the Unfortunate. SEW RE.WKUIEfc! SEW REHIHMEW DR. CIBBON’8 DI3PEN SAu/. >o. nas KKAK.N\ ■'1 corner of tontiuorciiil, *r,D t'iwu. I'rivute en I ranee on l*#1* mere) nl mi rent. EkuUIMh* ® i *1. . .. . ... _I .I Diseases, such astionorrhiva, tiled, Striel"!*. Syphilis in ail its forms, Stun ins I Vt tskoso'. Impntcncy, etc. etc. Skin diseases •( yc*1* standi lit, nml Is berated Legs, etc,, success!"'* I> treuled. Dlt. tilllllON ha* the plea.lire of annum* ing that ho has returned from visiting principal hospitals of Europe, and lias !<“ •limed pracllee. i he Doctor has spared neither time taj nn ney ia seeking uut new remedies, and nu returned with increased facilities lor thesis" viution of humnn siifl'oring. HetiiuiHl WeakHcsB. Suniinal emiesioti is tho eonsequence of abuse. *J his solitary Vice. or depraved *«'»“*[ indulgence, is practiced by the youth o' t>"ls soxe* to f n almost unlimited extent, I1, uc. ing with unerring certainty the lelle"jM train of inorhid symptoms, unless couiud*" by scientific medical measures, vis.: salts countenance, dark spots under the eyes, p»‘“ in the head, ringing in the ours, noise like t"' rustling of leave* or rattling of chariots. u» easiness about tho loins, weakness el ta limbs, confused vision, blunted intellect, if of eontideneu, ditlidunce in approaching •““j gers, a disliko to form new acuiiaintanwwj disposition to »hun society, loss of 1'ioiasc niuiidus and various cruptioiii about the >*p; hoetie flushes, furred toiiguo, liclid brew* coughs, consumption, night sweats, moM*" nia, and frequently lusauilv. if relief *• niitninod, you should apply Immediately, ther ia person or by letter, and bav»»p" otToeted by his now ar.d seientilie »*«• J troating this disease, which never I*111 elTacting a quick and radical cure. 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