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A'OC1KT1KS. Eureka Lodge.No. I6,F. & A. M. At The Stated Communications of Eu jvVrtki Lodge, No. 1*>, F. k A. M., will ^RjSrxbe held in Masonic Hall, on every Nr Saturday on or preceding the full Moon in each month. Called Communications every Saturday *M#m5ers of sister lodges, and sojourning h rethren in good standing, are cordially in Vi ted to attend.joHN QILLESpIK w M A. Brhrmct. Secretary. 16-jal2 It John's Chapter, Ns. 0, Royal Arch SB STATED COMMUNICA- mem IONS of St John's Chapter, No. KE . A. M., will be held in MA- TOf tC 11ALL, on the Second and •th WEDNESDAY EVENINGS of each Month, Called Communications on all other Wednesday evening*. All Knyal Arch Masons in good standing are cordially invited to attend. A. DEN EDICT, H. P. Gao. P. Lpupgrks, Secretary. myll I. O. O- F. T?UREKA LODGE. NO. 22, -oses £i meets Every THURSDAY Wenino. m ODD r ALLOWS’ BALL. At 7J4 o'clock r. u. All members in good standing are eordially Invited to attend. ED. LORWENTHAL. N. Q. Jno. W. Haas. Secretary. 10-jy3 RebeM Charity Decree, 1.0.0. F. rr»HE REGURAK MEETINGS OF THE JL Rebekah Charity Degree Lodge, I, 0. O. FT, will be held until further notice on the Irst and third FRIDAYS of each month. Hoar of Meeting, 8 o'clock r. a. sft-tf_W. II. DAVENPORT. N. 0. I. O. C. T. Reclamation Lodge Mb. 184.108.40.206. T. Meets every Tuesday evening at 7:80 o'clock, at Masonic Hall, corner ef Main and Clark streets. Eureka, Nevada. Mombersof sister lodges are invited to attend. G. W. LEET, W. C. T. J. Strips, Secretary. feX0-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 •’clock. C. G. HUBBARD, Eminent Commander. J. McG, Scott, W. 8. aiK K. A. U. B. Regular meetings of daod-isre Retreat No. 84, K. aTu. B., will be held at Masonic Hall every THURSDAY EVEN ING. Special meetings, at the call of the 8. G. S. Sir Knights of sister retreats in good standing are cordially invited to attend. S. P. KELLY, S. G. S. Brat. C. Litvt, Recorder. _fe25 THE A. 0. H. meet every first and third SATURDAY EVENING of each month, at 8 o'odock, at the ooraer of Clark and Monroe streets, until further notice. THUS. HALEY, President Jiuhur Si'llitar, Secretary. au7 K. of P. JIBATiriC LODGE, No. 7, K. of P., > hold regular conventions every MON AY EVENING, at 7:30 o’clock, sharp, at its Castle Halt, in the new Masonic Hall. All sojourning members in good standing are cordially invited to attend. W. H. DAVENPORT, C. C. A. G. Srrtshigke, K. of K. and S. Evreka. Nev., Jan. 23,1375 iaXLtf GEORGE YOUNG, Gunsmith and Cutler Begs to inform the ^ ^ public that ha hai re 3oved hum hia old (tand, near e Silver Brick Saloon, to the ^1'!^ opposite aide, on Main street, W ■ ▼ Seat to I). Manheim’a store, where he will be appjr to receive the patronage of hia former •uatomera. Ha also informs the public that hu has C0IITAFTI.T ON HAND Th* finest and largest assortment GUNS AND PISTOLS Of Every Patern. Aleo, ammunition, and every other article *u the sporting line. _A large assortment of Wsstsahclm’s t'aUery, Betrhers' Teels, Celllbraia-meds Curving Meta, laeers, And all other goods pertaining to this lino, at t he lowest figures. Repairing done with neatness and dispatch, •barges reasonable. Eureka. Feb. 17th. mefelfi-tt FASHIONABLE TAILORING! THY,UNDERSIGNED BEOS-i. leave to inform the eituens of Eu rekaand vicinity that be has just ar- If,2 rived from Ban Frauciseo with a splen- ■ o* did assortment of CLOTHS OF THE LATEST FARMS! And haa opened a first-class Tailoring Estab lishment in Murphy’s Boot and Shoe Store, two doers south of the Stage Office, Main •treat’.« All Work Cfttaranteeed! PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES ! EDWARD CASEY. August fith, IBM. au7-t RUBY HILL WATER WORKS. Onfnsdty sfTttb 188,000 Qaliens ALL NOW FULL. YTTATER WILL BE FURNISHED IN YY Ruby Hill, in any desired quantities, at all seasons of the year, at a uniform rate and lower than ean be furnished from any other source. Water delivered twice daily to pri vate families, miners' cabins, saloons, etc. Tickets ranging from 654 to 56 cents apiece will be sold at the office of the company on Kaby UHL by W. U. MILLER. Superin Undont. W. B. HARRUB Proprieter. myfifitf Patronise Homo Industry. DORA HAS ENGaQED IN THE PrspanUen eg Pure Java (olfe*. uTisnnthi nilm1 ! SALOONS. _ THE SAZERAC. Main Strkkt, Elkkka, Next door to Wells, Fargo A Co. SMITH & CO., PROPRIETORS. rpniS ELEGANT SALOON HAS BEEN A fitted up in the most attractive style, and furnished conveniently, with Public anil Private Club Room*. 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 the premises, try the liquors, and judge for yourselves.. d'2I-tf THE SENATE! Comer of Buel nnd Clark street!. J. C. DOUGLAS, Having elegantly kitted upitis Saloon, which will hereafter be known as theScniite.will keophis ilar constantly sup plied with all of the choicest brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Patrons may rely on good treatment, and may also rest assured of fettinp the host ot everything usually found in a first-class es tablishment of the kind. lirofitf NEW SALOON! WM. BUSCHER, PROPRIETOR, SOUTH MAIN STREET. EUREKA. The best of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS CONSTANTLY ON HAND. LAGER BEER ON DRAUGHT. fel3-lm Palace Saloon, East Main street. South of Wells, F'argo A Co. LUTHER CLARK. Proprietor, HAS FITTED UP, IN THE REST STYLE, tho above Saloon, whero be will keep only tho choicest brands of Liquors and Ci gars. Call and be convinced. Eureka. Nov. IS. U>71. nov2t-tf BILLIARDS ! TBS CORNER Has just received new billiard TABLES, with Dolany'a Patont Wire Cushions, and ia to bo kept aa A FIRST-CLASS SALOON. GEO. TIIACIIER.) CLAY SIMMS, J Proprietors. ap!9 FRANK ABADZE, Wholesale Dealer in WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, ETC., ETC,, ETC. Nearly Opposite the Court-House. South Main street. Eureka. Large stock constantly on hand, consisting of Brandies, Domestic and Foreign; Whiskies, the best brands; Wlues, all kinds, in wood and glass; Ale, imported, in wood and glass; Porter and Cider, do. do.; Havana Cigars, all kinds; PLAYINO CAROS, COAL OIL, ETC Will BUY checks, notes, charcoal RECEIPTS, etc. Houses to rent to families, or for business. fell-tf Wholesale Liquor House * —AT Davo Hanhelm's Old Mtand, Main Street, Eureka. I HAVE NOW ON HAND, AND IN CON stant receipt from the East, the choicest brands BRANDIES, WHISKIES AND WINES! The finest brands of DOMESTIC CIGARS Can always bo found at this place, which are offered for sale at a low figure. Call at the Wholesale Liquor House. jelO HENRY KIND. Proprietor. SILVER BRICK SALOON, Mala street, Eureka, DA VE ROSENBERG - - - Proprietor. At the silver brick, gentle. MEN can always find the finest quail ties of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS that can be procured on the Pacific Coast. ja*>-tf-jy7 Bonanza Saloon. **■»?, Central Town,Nev. The finest assortment ok wines. Liquors and Cisars always on hand. CLUB ROOM. J. C. ROSS, Proprietor. Feb. 1,187S.fe4tf JOHN L WALKER Jk CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealer* la Cider, Vinegar, Soda, Mead, CMnyer Fop, Cordials and Syrnps. JL'ST RECEIVED—25 BARRELS OF Il linois Crab Cider, per railroad; also 25 barrels of Oregon Cliampngne Cider, 2,000 pounds of Los Angelos raisins, and ,000 pounds of Alder-dried apples. Familes supplied. Orders left at CapL J. C. Colgan’sand Chris. Murtha’s. Euraka. Feb. 25, 1875. fett-.m a. a. roan. i p. a. aKYMOLos. > J. EVANS, Agent. gAM*L MORS. | POND, REYNOLDS & CO., Importers and J obbers of WXFlf AVB LZQVOai, SU California St., San Francisco. fi** Sola Agents for Pacific Coast (Or 0.0. •lake** BeerVan Oeeatr Wkiskiea. At# SALOONS, dec. I FRANK’S SALOON! JOS. MENDES, Prop’r. yyilOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. All kinds of Soda Drinks, flavored with tho following EXTRACTS,constantly on hand: Sarasparilla, Shorrbet. Pear, Blackberry, Ambrosia, Orgeat, Lemon, Rosa, Noctar, Orange, Milk Punch, Hock, Vanilla, Ice Cream, Clnret, •linger. Coffee Cream, Mint, Strawberry, Cho’late creamCatawba. Pine Apple, Grecian Rend, Wild Cherry Raspberry, and Don’tCare. KSXffO and CLUB ROOSTS! Money to loan en collateral or approved business paper. 27-mhlt EUREKA SALOON! DICK PADDOCK ... - Proprietor. Having purchased the above well known saloon, in the Eureka Hotel building, the proprietor will be pleased to moet bis many friends at the place to test bis Superior Stock —OF— Brandies, Vines, Liquors and Cigars! None but the host brands will be found at the bar Call and test the hospitalities of mha«-tf DICK PADDOCK. ARCADE SALOON! W. S. EOIAKD, Pro’r, South Main Street, HZureka, Nevada. mHE BEST! i’ES, THE VERY BEST,OF Wines, IJquersainl Cigars Passed over tho ARCADE BAR, —Kug— TWELVE and a HALF CENTS ! d!7-tf _W, S. BOLAND, PROF. CAVANAUGH’S DANCING SCHOOL. All the modern dances, fancy, round, and quadrille taught. An easy, eiastie, soft-gliding way, in which the perfect poetry of motion is ucquirod by scholars learning under the tuition of this old relia ble teacher. The school will be open on TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS, a* 7 o’clock. fo2«tf FKOF. J. C. CAVANAUGH. EUREKA HALL! spHE ABOVE LARGE AND COMMODI X ous llall will be open from on and alter tho Itith iust., for engagement for all PUBLIC MEETINGS AND POLITICAL & SOCIAL PURPOSES Especial care will be taken in perfecting ar rangements for Balls and Parties. Entrance on Main street, at the south side of tho silver Brick building. DAV. ROSENBERG, Propr. •iatf I. GOODFRIEND, PRACTICAL PAPER • HANGER ! yy ILL EXECUTE ALL ODERS WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH. All orders left at Sam. Friedman’s auction store will receive prompt attention. A share of tho public patronage is respect* solicited. c ilflKtf A. G. SNETSINCER, WH0LK8ALK ABO BKTAIL BKALKB IB Gm.OOEH.IES, Provisions, Fresh Vegetables, Fruits, Nuts. Butter, Eggs, Miners’ Supplies —AND— General Merchandise Fresh fruits received daily direct from Coloma Orchards. Remember the place: Woodruff A Ennor' old stand. Main stroot. Eureka. Iyl5-mbts Town Lots at Alpha. Theeureka and palisade rail road COMPANY’ will sell, upon easy and reasonable terms, Dcairable Town Isit. nt the Young and Thriving Town of The terminua of the Eureka and Palisade Railroad. Apply at the oBico of tho Compa ny, at Alpha. featf F. D. DURKEE, Watchmaker and Jeweler, POSTOFFICE, eureka. « watches and clocks re /K PAIRED with neatneaa and dispatch. Ft J. All kinds of hard solder jewelry mlNaowork done in workmanlike manner, Pipo-Monntlng in the latest aty «. N. B.—Partieular attention to til watch work, and satiifaction juarauteed, dkS MlsCKLI.ANKOUS. | San Jose Savings Rank, 28J Santa Clara Street, San Jose. Cal., Capital Stock, ... - $500,009. Paid in Stock—Gold Coin, $300,000. Asset* Jan. 1„ 1875. $1,324,155.52. Deposit receipts issued, ueae ing interest FROM DATE OF DEPOS IT at SIX PER CENT., payable on demand; EIGHT PERCENT., payable in six month?, and NINE per cent, payable in twelve month?. 9 Receipt? are pre'erablo to pn?? book?, be cause the interest i? paid promptly at the end of six month? from date of each deposit: they may also bo transferred bv indorsement, and principal with interest will be paid to bolder. Pass books issued, if desired, and same rate of interest allowed. Da posits from the interior, orfrom any part of the United Stntos or Europo, may bo sent by express, or by exchange on San Francisco or Now York, in gold or currency. Parties remitting will state the time for which the deposit is to be made, and a Deposit Receipt or l ass liook—as preferrod—wilt be promptly returned. Remittances in Curroncy Exchange will be credited in gold at current rate. JOHN H. MOORE, U. U. REYNOLDS, mh7-ly President. Cashier. CRITERION BILLIARD PARLOR. DUSKKl’S BL'ILDRO—UP STAIRS. C. W. MATHER, PROPRIETOR. Finest Billiard Hall in the State! riTHKEE OF JACOB J. .Strahle’s First Premi um Grecian Curved bil liard Tables, with Delaney’s patent wire cushions. The choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars, Served by polite and gentlemanly attendants. Two Finely Furnished Card-Rooms for Private Parties. nih‘J*i-tt' CHARLES FERRARIS, PraGticalf^Bcotmaker. Shop One Door Above Poatoflice, Ellfl EKA, NEV. f AM PREI'AKED TO EXECTTE ALI. 1 work in my lino of business with ncutness nod disputeh. «'ork-Sole.l Boot*, for W Inter Wear, h Specially. A true fit guaranteed. 1 wsuld respectfully ask a share of public patronage, feltf (JHAUl.E- FERRARIS. CITY I) U U U -ANB Boolsstore! First door below Meyers A Franklin’s store. Main Struct, Eureka, ALA1HIK ASSSOltTMKNT OK BLANK aid Miscellaneous Hooks. Inks, Hens and Assorted Stationery kept in stock. THE DRUG DEPARTMENT Is supplied with PURE DRUCS and CHEMICALS; Also, PATEHT KEDICIJIES, l‘i< I nt*, GIim, Oils. *o»p, Fancy and Toilet Articles, Etc., Etc. BR. J. II, LUKKNS, PROPRIETOR. _ BRANCH STORE CN RUBY HILL. _mp£r»-tf ___ LUX/ZBES.. LUHSOt. The California Lumber Co. IS NOW IN FULL BLAST, WITH A Kocd aaaorunent of Lumber, Shingles, Doors, Sash, die., And it prepared to fill orders for any amount of lumbor as low as the lowest. feSfitf CALIFORNIA LUMBER CO. IV O TICE -0F DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP. XTOTIUE Id 11 KITE BY GIVEN.T HAT THE 11 copartnership heretofore existing be tween the undersigned is this day dissolved by mutual ecus tit. A. G. Suitsinger will settle all billsewing by the lute firm of Trim* blo A dnetsinger. Mid is uuthori/ed to collect all dues, accounts uni ilemunds ow ing to said lute firm. GEO. A. T RlMiiEK, A. G. d NETTING Eli. Eureka, March 27, 1873 , Tho business will be continued at the same old stand by the undersigned, who will ho happy to sje his friends and patrons. Goods sold on the most reusonaole terms. A. G. SNETdlNGER. Eureka, March 27, 1873. nih-H F . LOU WY Begs to inform his friends that ho has bought the agency of J. il. MICHAEL lor all tho Eastern Papers. Per toil lew la, Haga aiuea wml t'nalilon Hooka, And is prepared to deliver them to bis sub scribers at. their place of residence FR£E OF CHARGE! OFFICE, at G. Younf’MGunsmith Shop, ext to Meyers nml Franklin’s. apl7-»f JMMTfltlEMAN, Auction and Commission Merchant, Dealer in New andSoeond-IIandGoods. Tinware, Hardware, Qlaseware, CROCKERY, TOBACCO. CLOTHING, BED. DING, FURNITURE, BOOTS AND SHOES, MINERS’ TOOLS, ETC., Three doors above Woodruff A Elinor’s Stage Office. Mala street. Eureka. JW-tf Ml SC ELL A NEO US. SAN FRANCISCO STORE ! Maim St., below thk 1’aukf.r House. JOHN SWINDLER, • - PROPRIETOR. ARRIVAL OF SUMMER GOODS!! Firit Invoice of tho Season in Eureka NEW GOODS WILL BE RECEIVED Ev ery week during the spring uml Sum mu r. Cheap! Cheaper!! Cheapest!!! Clothing and Furnishing Goods. Cheaper than at any othor establishment in the town. DRY GOODS. I would also call attention to tho LADIES’ DEPAKTM ENT. Prices no object. French merinos at 75 cents per yard and everything else in proportion. Tho goods to arrive are the choice from the best importing housos of New York and f'an Francisco and were selected with great care by the most competent judges. I would especially invite the ladies of Eure ka to call and convince th*Mnelves of the tre mendous .sacrifice at which l am soiling all tho good* in their department. mn'i-apH-tf JOHN SWINDLER. Gaming License. “TAACll AND EVERY PERSON WIIO XJ shall deal, play, carry on, open, or cause to be opened, or who shall conduct, either asewner or employe, whether for hiro or not. except under a license, as hereinafter provided, any game el faro, monte, roulette, ians.pienette, rouge et noir, rondo, or any banking game played with money,dice or any other dovicejwhcther the same be played for money checks, credit, or any othor roprosent ative of value, shall be guilty ol a misdemea nor, and on conviction thereof shall bo pun ished by a fine of not less than one thousand nor more than three thousand dollars, or by imprisonment in tho County Jail not less than threo months nor more than one year, or L.v both such fine and impiisonment.”—[An act to restrict gaming— -tat’s. lsi'*, p. 119. In conformity with the requirements of the above soction of tin act entitled “An act to restrict gaming,” all persons now carrying on, or intending to carry on, uny banking gam*# are notified that they must procure a license for such game bolor * opening the sunie. The game of ‘ honest Injun” is included. G. W, GILMORE, Sheriff of LureUa county. Z. L. Ktvo, T’mler Sboiiff. Eureka, April 14.1K75. ap!4 Unite! States Mail Line UEIVT ON AUS7XZ7 AP7D 2UHE2A. IX>UIMIOCRSE "0ACIIES, CARRYING . passengers ai.cl Wells, largo Si Co.'s Ex press, connecting at Austin with the stage to the railroad, and making close connection at Eureka with \\ oodrull and Elinor's line to Hamilton. Stages leave Eureka every Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday morning, at • o'clock.a Stages leave Austin on Wednesday, Friday and Monday mornings, at »* o'clock. Hr) I Mo nger* by this lire* will he furnish ed excellent meals ut mo Wallows Station, when- urn pie time will be given for dinner each way. J. A. W 1L.SON, l’roprictor. Office at the 1‘arker Hons.*, Eure! a. 4-el*•> J. L. II :jci fcl.KY. Agent. T. J. BELL’S STAGE £MMk LIKE TO TYBO and BELMONT! LKAVKS KI RI KA MONDAY AND THURSDAY. RETURNING LEAVES TYRO TUESDAY AND SATURDAY. Office in the same building with tho Eureka and i alisude Line. TUI MULE A SNETZINHKU. jeld-ffA gout. ELKO ANDEUP.EKA STAGE LINE. TV. S. VAN UKE1LEN. Proi>rietur. Through in 14 Heir*; Farrs, $10; Freight pci 16,4c. I.^i»v<*m Diiri'k. HMJ ttllitr «!»y i*l 7 o'clock A. 91, reaves Elko every otlwr day Hi ®*4ti o'clock A. 91. For particulars inquire in Flko, at the In tornatnmal Hotel, ot 1>. H. HALL,Agent. 1 T. N. STONE.Agent, Elko. Owick—Main street. jol7-tt Valuable JI11I Property AT AUCTION. SSONDAY, MAY 17,1878, AT 12 O’CLOCK M.. AT SALESROOM, Mo. 210 Montgomery Street, San Francisco. WE WILL SELL THE MILL AND AP purtenaucus uf the TWIN RIVER CONSOLIDATED MIN INS COMPANY. Tho machinery and appurtenances of tho twouty-wtamu mill belonging to tho Twin Uiver Uon.-oliJatud Mining Company, is* lo cated at Ophir Canyon, Nye county, Nev, Midway between Austin and Dcliuont, COMPRISING: 20 Stamps—H(>0 |M>unds each—and Buttery—dry Crushing; 1 Blake Bock Breaker; 6 Amalgamating Tans. fire feet In diameter—four of lhem| nearly new; 6 Settlers, seven feet diameter; And the other appurtonancos of tho milling work, together with an excellent Steam Engine. Iftxl-‘•Ineh; nlso Two Tubular Bailers, fourteen feet long; and all requisite shafting. gearing, pulleys, belting, etc., and a valuable lot of Sierra Nevada timber in the battery frames and in tho mill und furnace buildings. The whole is in excellent condition, having been in operation within the pest year, und constantly in cliargo of a koepor while unemployed. The Mill.stte and Tailings are Re served. JOHN MIDDLETON A SgN. aplfl-lm Auctioneers. ■„ P0WKR8. R. W. Wll.rox. R. R. < UTTKR 1. POWERS SlCO., Importers and Jobbers in Choice Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc. 73 FKVMT STREET, loll-tf IACRAMENTO. CAL MISCELLANEOUS. I To the Unfortunate? SEW IlKMKIHI S! SEW Kl.WEDHj, DR. CIBBON’S DlSPra SAKY, NO. tft» KEAkNvT corner of Commercial, .sBn cisco. Private entruneo on r,r mcrcial street. Kstallished i1" 1MI, lor the treatment ol Foximl and Send.! Diseases, such asUonorrhuus, tiloot,Mtriiu , Syphilis in all its forms, Seminal Weakii Impotency, etc. etc. Skin diseases of v«.J standing, and Uceratod Logs, etc., succe«.i,; ly treated. w,,tk DU. (UBBON has the pleasure of anno»c ing that ho has returned from visitrna ii principal hospitals ol KurOpo, and ku , suniod practice. "• T ho Doctor has spared neither time »■ nnncy in seeking out new remedies.and 1? returned with increased facilities for the all viation of human Buffering. Nt-uiiuitl Weakness, Seminal emission is the aonsoquenceof ■»y abuse, 'iliis solitary vice, or depraved seiui indulgence, is practiced by the youth of boti sexes to au almost unlimited extern produ! ing with unerring certainty the followin, train of morbid symptoms, unless combats by sciontitic medical uieasuros, ru.: jig)!': countenance, dark spots under the eyes ,,,i, in the head, ringing in the ears, noise like tb* rustling of leaves or rattling of chariots ut! easiness about tho loins, weakness of ’tbs limbs, confused vision, bloated intellect |0°, of cunlidcnee, diflidenco in approaching siran gers, a dislike to form now acquaintances a disposition to shun society, loss of aiomarr* pimples and various oruptions about the lace noetic flushes, furred tongue, fetid breath’ coughs, consumption, night sweats, monouia. nia, and frequently insanity, if relief boost obtained, you shook! apply immediately ,j. tber in person or by letter, and have a ran effected by bis new and scientific mods treating this disease, which nover fails st etfocting a quick and radical cure. CurtMl at llsisue. Persona at a distance may be CCKEil AT HOME, by addressing a letter to Mi. lilt. BON, stating case, symptoms,leagth of tints the disease has continued, and have ni edit ins promptly forward, d, free from damage tod curiosity, to any pint of tho country, with full arid plain directions for use. By inclosing Ten Dollars coin in a regia tend letter through the Postoflice, er through IV, lls, largo Ai Co’s, a pad age ot medicine will bo forwarded to any part o( the I n Ion. Persons writing to the Doctor will pleats state the name of the paper they see tbi-ni vcrtisemciit in. All communications strictly eonfldentia1. Address DR, J. 1. tilEBOX, Box 1857, .yan Francisco. California jyl-lv Application far Patent. NOTICE NO. 274. I 5. Laud Omrit, Eureka, Nevada, April 21, lk7x XTOTICE IS HEREBY 01 YEN THAT 11 Jonas It. Osfcoiuo, Hao. W. M. Cowles ami Oeorjre J. (Sardner, wbaso lastutfice ad. »ires« is Enrols a. Nevada, have this day tiled in this otfice a diagram, together with a notice ot application f.»r a patent fioin the Unit'd States, nadc* act *»t Cengi.ss m|» nrovtsl May L«l. 1>72. or titt* *n bnmir. d • 1,40) lineal feet of the i>iub • l<>de. (bo mine rui.niriK 7-a) feet northerly and 7 A) teet south erly from the Intuition monument nt th® lo<» u »n ‘half, with surface gFoi.aJ two bumlrtd feet ;n wiuth. situated in Secret ( nu>on Mining I)i*trict, Eureka onui.ty. State of Nevada, and tfeserih d in the plat and field notes on tile iu thi* oil ce as allows, to wit; U. S. Survey, No. S3, Beginning at a post mark* d “No. I. F. S. Survey N n. wliem e rh • tlag-stHtf ir. tho to., no Eureka boars N. d deg. 2® mm. K., 2 t'o-t; :h" pu-t marked I . S. Mo.iu.i,* lit, No. it, on the summit of lluo^ac Muiu.taiu bears N. .V. d- g. It ruin. VS vt > feet: pvt No. I, of Survey, No. M» 11 m - c !• u •. b ar- S. 2*d .. ‘2 imp. I* , *2 l'«7 feet: aiet tfewer. ii g -hu t ; on thi« lode beurs N. 12 d- u. 2» biui. »»77* *-IU fact; (banco reeling J>. 7. J,4 di g. \\ ., 2i*) I « l, to post marked No. 2 C. >. Mu vey.No. at; thence N. Id « deg. V^ .,1,'<#0 tact to post tnar^ • d No. i». t . S. Surva.t, No. Kl; thriica N. 7W-j d» *. E.,2fV) 1 vt. to post mnrk.-d No. 4, r. S. Survey, No. Nt; and tkenc® S. 10 4 deg. K., 1. 00 fe< t, to post N o, I, the i la. o of boginaing; continuing 6 ncros. ( nurses expicssad flam the true liu lidiun with a magnetic variation of degreci east. ibis claim is located upon unsurv®yid laud and is bounded va the south by the Lug Outt lain, ibis claim is recorded in bock “It,” t ag® 210, of tbo Srtoret Canyon hi-ttiot Mining Records, ami a copy of tke notica and plat can be found posted at th* locution Hunt upon tho ledo. It. 1>. IMAi EL, Logistor. mp22__ Sole Traders’ Notice. Be it known,that kkcina M'Kjh. wife of Join A. Much, b«-tb residents t»f the comfy of Fureka, ur.d Ft ate of Nevada, is desirous of availing h< isvlt of the benetiti of tli act ot tho L gislature of Nevada, en titled ** an Act to authorize nuiiri-U wenien to transact business in their own tames as Sole Traudef*;” and it is the intention ot tho -aid I. eg in* Moeh to make unpin at ion to tue Di tiict Court ot the Sixth Juduial J'istrict •if Nevada, in and for Fureka county, on the £id day ot May, lfc7*>, or as soon thereaf ter a* conr.ael can bo h aid. for an order of the Slid Court peruntting her to carry on, in her own name, and on lor own aeruunt tba business o! keeping a hotel, restaurant and lodging-house, and of buying und selling r-al and personal property. KFUlN A AD ATI. Fureka, April 2Uth. Ib7.». *| :0-4w ^ Assessment Notice. Kk. iosm»liiiaii:i> jus is® , COM I'AN Y—l.orntion .1 work '■ hiirjk* lining District, fc,urok» eoristy, Statu of »•“ vmla. . Notice is hereby given, that at a m^etirg oi the Trustees of said Company, held on the second nay of April, IW-\ an assessment ot (die Dollar per share was levied upon tue capital stock ol said Company, i ayablc ini mediatoly in I’rited Ftates gold coin, to tne Secretary of said Company, at tho office or the Company, l.oom No. 4, No. 411 , Caltlor nia street, Sld I rancisco, California. Any stock upon which said assessment shall remain unpaid on Thursday, tue ota day of May, l*7\ shall ho deemed delinquent, ami will be duly advertised for sale at Pu!)ll® auciion, and unless payment shull b® P,*'r before, shull he sold c»n SA1Ui>’DA 1. tbe twenty-ninth day of May, lh7.*>, to pay the lin«|uent assessment, tog. ther with costs advertising and expenses ot the sale. b. li. MINOIC Secretary, Office—Iloom No. 4, No. 411!? C»lih>ri,i street, San Francisco, Cal. ap7-lawta j. w. Hess, HOUSE, SION AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER AND CRAINER. Orders left nt W. P. II ASK EI.E A CO’S furniture store will bo promptly attended to. II 1 1 l-t f Public Notice. MNKT1S AND ALL OTHERS ARB hereby notified thittheHBsyeCeii^ dated .Minims Company (J.imitedl willi t. . j responsible tor payment of labor ornia r furnished to parties havinit ayreeni'int:* to work on any cf the ( oml mines in l'inte, Secret Canyon, oj eDe . in Eureka county. JCIltf «• "j*it Eureka. Ner.. 0©t«* *r 7. 1K7«< FOR RENT. rpHE STORE ON MAIN STREET, A* 1 present occupied by t. Schwa'" < , niture^store. fl^NKLlX.