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Mm DAILY SENTINEL.
IXAJIKTIKS.
Eureka Lodge,No. I6,F. & A. M.
A. The Stated Communications of Eu
J?Xrek> Lodge, No. 1«, F. & A. M„ will
^K/S^be held In Masonic Hall, on every
Saturday on or preceding the full
moon in each month.
Called Communications every Saturday
Evening.
Members of sister lodges, and sojourning
b retbren in good standing, are cordially in
rl ted to attend.
JOHN GILLESPIE, W. M.
A. BmgmcT. Secretary. 15-jali
St. J*ha’i Chapter, No. 5, Royal Arch
Manana.
npHB STATED COMMUNICA
A TION8 ofSt. John’s Chapter, No. WBKtm
L R. A. M., will be held in MA
SONIC HALL, on the Second and ■s**®
fourth WEDNESDAY EVENINGS of each
Konth, Called Commuuicationi on all other
Wednesday evenings.
All Royal Arch Masons in good standing
are cordially invited to attend.
A. BEN EDICT, II. P.
Geo. P. LvitnoRKS, Secretary. myU
D| ODD FELLOWS’ HALL.
At o’aloek r. a. All members in good
standing nrs cordially invited to attend.
ED. LOEWENTUAL, N. 0.
Jho. W. Hm«. Secretary. 10-jy'i
Rebetah Charity Degree, I.O.O.F.
rpHE HEGULAR MEETINGS OK THE
A ReLekab Charity Degree Lodge, 1,0. 0.
FT, will be held until further notice on the
flnt and third KHIDaYS of each month.
Hour of Meeting, 8 o'clock r. u.
•5-tf W. H. DAVENPORT, N. G.
I. O. G. T.
Reclamation Lodge No. 20.1.0.0. T.
VfEETS EVERY TUESDAY EVENING
JjA at 7:30 o’clock, at Masonic llall,corner
af Main and Clark streets. Eureka. Nevada.
Members of sister lodges are invited to attend.
G. W. LEET, W. C. T.
J. Strips, Secretary. 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
•’dock. C. G. HUB BAUD,
Eminent Commander.
J. McG, Scott. W. S. »26
K. A. U. B.
Regular meetings of daod-isre
Retreat No. 84, K. A. U. B., will be held
at Masonic Hall every THURSDAY EVEN
ING. Special meetings, at the call of the
8. G. S. Sir Knights nf sister retreats in
good standing are cordially invited to attend.
S. P. KELLY. 8. G. S.
^PU. C. Ltvr, Recorder.fe25
THE A. 0. H. meet every first and third
SATUKD \Y EVENING of each month,
at 8 o’odoek, at the corner of Clark and
Monroe streets, until further notice.
THUS. HALEY, i’residert.
Jinntun Scllivah, Secretary. au7
K. of P.
TYEATIFIC LODGE. No. 7. K. of P.,
X) hold regular conventions every MON
DAY EVENING, at 7:30 o'clock, sharp, at
ita Castle Hall, in the new Masonic Uall. All
sojourning members in good standing are
cordially invited to attend.
W. H. DAVENPORT, C. C.
A. G. Ssktsisoki. K. of K. and S.
Evreka. N'ev., Jan. ‘£i, 1K7.‘> ia23-tf
CAPITAL MARKET,
Oppeslle Thacker * Co'a, North
■ala Street.
JOE WINZELL, .... PROPRIETOR.
BB* D“1#r
BEEF, VEAL, MUTTON dt PORK,
Offered at Wholesale and Ketal.
•ar Special attentien paid to supplying
families with the best quality ef meats. Ail
orders promptly attended to. mb2J-tf
Nevada Market,
JOHN WILIFORD - • PROPRIETOR
■oath ■miss Street, Eureka, Ner.,
Adjoining the Nevada Stables,
WITHOLESALE A RETAIL
yV Butcher, dealer in all
La sub and Pork.
Whole, Half or Quarter, at Lowest Rates.
SAUSAGE AND SAUSAGE MEAT
Always on hand. Orders carefully attended
to. fl8-tf
The ebolee of SOS good Work Cattle
fhr nstle.
D. B. IMMEL & CO.,
BANKERS.
la lb* Old bpr«H Balltling,
Mala Street, Eureka.
TJRAWS AT SI9HT OX
SAM PMANCISCO,
mw YORK,
LONDON,
And all principal oitici in the Vnited State*
aad Europe.
DUeount commercial paper.
Reeeire depoaiU In Cein er Current* oa
open aeoouat; Certificate* er Special Depouta,
aad will traaaaet a
Long experience la the
CellMltac D*partm*al
ST Welle, Fargo A Co.. Juatifie* u* la an*
aouacing that we will make
biUdlea* Area* A bread a fipwlalip
apfitf_.
FOR RENT.
rrai STORE ON MAIN STREET. AT
X praeent oeenpled by C. Scbwamb a* a fur
SALOONS._
THE SAZERAC.
Maw Stkkkt. Eibkka,
Next door to Wells. Fargo A Co.
SMITH & CO., PROPRIETORS.
TIIIS ELEGANT SALOON ITAS BEEN
fitted up in the most attractive style,
and furnished conveniently, with
Public nml Private flub Itooni*.
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, try the
liquors, and judge foT yourselves.. d2l-tf
THE SENATE !
Corner of Buel and Clark rtreots.
J. C. DOUGLAS,
Having elegantly fitted up ms
Saloon, which will hereafter be known
as theSenato, 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 assured of getting the host ot
everything usually found in a brst-elass es
tablishment of the kind. , lo-o8tf
Palace Saloon,
East Main street.
South of Wells, Fargo A Co.
Ll’THEK CLARK, Proprietor,
Has fitted up, in the best style,
tho above Saloon, where he will keep
only tho choicest brands of Liquors and Ci
gars. Call and be convinced.
Eureka, Nov. 19,1K71. nov24-tf
BILLIARDS !
IBB CORNER
Has just received new billiard
TABLES, with Delany's Patent Wire
Cushions, and is to be kept as
A FIRST-CLASS SALOON.
GEO. THACHER.l p_•
CLAY SIMMS, / *wn*t°rs.
ap!9.
FRANK ABADXS,
Wholesale Dealer in
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS,
ETC.. ETC,, ETC.
Nearly Opposite the (onrt-lloiiae.
Mouth Slain street. Eureka.
Large stock constantly
on band, consisting of lABMlb
Brandies, Domestic and Foreign;
Whiskies, tho best brands;
Wines, all kinds, in wood and glass;
Ale, imported, in wood and glass;
Porter and filler, do. do.;
Havana figure, all kinds;
PLAYING CARDS, COAL OIL, ETC
Wirt HUY checks, notes, ch'ai.coaI,
RECEIPTS, etc. Houses to rent to families,
or for business. folMf
Wholesale Liquor House ’•
-AT
Dave Nauheim's Old Mtand, Main
Mtreet. Eureka.
I HAVE NOW ON HAND, AND fN CON
stant receipt from the East, the choicest
brands
jjg} -OF- (ggg
BRANDIES, WHISKIES AND WINES!
The finest brands of
DOMESTIC CIGARS
Can always be found at this place, which are
offered for sale at a low figure. Call at the
W holesale Liquor House.
jelO HEN It V KIND, Proprietor.
SILVER BRICK SALOON,
Main street. Eureka,
DA VE ROSENBERG - - - Proprietor.
AT THE SILVER BRICK. GENTLE
MEN can always find the finest quali
ties of
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
that can be procured on the Pacific Coast
ja.'*>-tt'-jy7
FRANK’S SALOON!
JOS. MENDES, Prop’r.
■yynOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
All kinds of Soda Drinks, flavored with tho
following EXTRACTS,constantly on hand:
Sarasnarilla, Sherrbet. Pear,
Blackberry, Ambrosia, Orgeat,
Lemon, Rose, Ncctur,
Orange, Milk Punch, Hock,
Vanilla, IceCream, Claret,
Ginger, CoffeeCroam, Mint,
Strawberry, Cho'late cruamCatnwba.
Pine Apple, Grecian Bend, Wild Cherry
Rasp berry, and Don't Care.
KIOTO and OITB ROOMS!
Money to loan os collateral or approved
business paper.
27-mhM
EUREKA SALOON!
SICK PADDOCK .... Proprietor.
MAVING PURCHASED THE ABOVE
well known saloon, in the Eureka Hotel
ding, the proprietor will bo pleased to
meet his many friends at tha place to test bis
Superior Stock
—OF—
Brandies, Vines, Liprs and Cigars!
None but the best brands will be found at
the bar Call and test the hospitalities of
mh*K-tf DICK PADDOCK.
e. a. pomp. i
v. a. KKYKOLDB. r J. EVANS, Agent
SAM'L MOItK. )
POND, REYNOLDS t CO.,
Importers and Jobbers of
WINNS AND LIQUORS,
212 California St, San Francisco.
•V Sole Agent* for Pacific Coa*t for G. 0.
Blake'* Bourbon County W hiikie*. *B.tf
SALOONS, Ac.
CRITERION
BILLIARD PARLOR.
DUSKKL’S BUILDIRQ—UP STAIRS.
C. W. MATHER, PROPRIETOR.
Finest Billiard Hall in the State!
'PHUKK OF JACOB --- j
I .'trahk’s First Iremi
mu (Indian Curved iiil- -5if «
Hard Tables, with .Delaney's V » i
patent w ire cushions. The choicest
Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
Served by polite and gentlemanly attendants.
Two Finely Furnished Card-Booms
for Private Parties.
nihifli-tf
ARCADE SALOON!
W. S. BOLAND, Fro’r,
South Main Street, Eureka, Nevada.
JiHE BEST! fES, THE VERY BEST, OF
Wines, I.lquoreaiiil rijan
Passed orer the ARCADE BAR,
—ko«—
TWELVE and a HALF CENTS !
dl7-tf W. S. BOLAND.
SHEA. BOCQDERAZ & MCKEE,
IMPOETEES AND JOBBEES OF
Wines and Liquors
NOI.E AUKST8 FOR
GOLDEN AND TEA KETTLE WHISKIES
Corner Front and Jackson Street,
SAN FRANCISCO.
auks Sitka, I
A. Bocoukrae, '
K McKee. J aplft
PROF. CAVANAUGH’S
A(k Aft
DATCCXrcCt
soil O O I. .
All the modern dances, fancy,
round, and quadrille taught. An ewy,
elastic, soft-gliding w ay, in which the perfect
poetry of motion is acquired by scholars
learning under the tuition of this old relia
ble teacher.
The school will be open on TUESDAYS
and FRIDAYS, at 7 o’clock,
fefttf PROF. J. C. CAVANAUGH.
EUREKA HALL!
rpHE ABOVE LARGE AND COMMODI
I ous Hall will bo open from on and alter
tho ldth inst, for engagement for all
PUBLIC MEETINGS
AND
POLITICAL & SOCIAL PURPOSES
Especial care will be taken in perfecting ar
rangements lor
Balls and Parties.
Entrance on Main street, at the south side
of the .Silver Brick building.
DAY. ROSENBERG, Propr.
•15tf
I. GOODFRIEND,
PRACTICAL PAPER • HANGER !
ILL EXECUTE ALL ODERS WITH
NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
All orders left at Sam. Friedman’s auction
■tore will receive prompt uttenton.
A sharoof the public patronage is respect
solicited. e tas-tt
A. C. SNETSINCER,
WHOLK&ALK AMD KKTA1L BKALKK IM
Provisions,
Fresh Vegetables,
Fruits, Nuts. Butter,
Eggs, Miners’ Supplies
—AMD—
General Merchandise
I7RE8H FRUITS RECEIVED DA1L1
. direct from Coioma Orchards.
Remember the place: Woodruff A Elinor’s
old stand. Main street. Eureka. iylVmh'28
Cl TY DRUG
-AND
Booli store!
First door below Meyers A Franklin’s store.
Main Street. Eureka.
A LARGE ASSSORTMENT OK BLANK
ard Miscellnnceus Books, Inks, i'ens
and Assorted Stationery kept in stock.
THE DRUG DEPARTMENT
Is supplied with
PURE DRUCS and CHEMICALS;
PATENT MEDICINE*,
Paluta, Olass,
Oils, Soap.
Fancy and Toilet Articles. Etc., Etc.
Dll. J. H. LUKENS. FitOl’KIETOR.
BRANCH STORE ON RUBY HILL
__mni^il___
ADOLPHUS EUDD8H,
PIANIST,
WILL REPAIR AND TUNE PIANOS
— If —
Short Notice and Moderate Price*.
Having had _r"T__
sivo experience in this Wisi y li lli
5ountry and Europe, I feel con-fl J U 1 fl
can do my wo* kin asatislact-* * “ “*
ory manner for bose desiring my servioes.
Leave order* at the “Sentinel Office.”
ml-lm
MI SC EL LA NEO US.
ATTENTION! ATTENTION!
TOVVOANO OLD!
The Great Clearing-Out Sale
-AT
D. MANHEIM’Sy
In Baron’i Brick Store.
For Thirty Days Only!
He will sell all bil
CLOTHING & FURNISHING GOOOS!
Fine Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
Drilling, Sheeting,
And all other articles, at
Greatly Reduced Prices,
In order to make room for his
New Stools.
-0F
General Merchandise
Which will commence to arrive on tho
IStb of April
Bit stock consists of tho
Best and Choicest
GOODS,
And those that want to buy
Cheap for Cash!
Let them go and convince themselves.
DAVE
fifleans Business,
And expects to have a
GREAT RUSH FOR 30 DAYS!
Until hi* entire stock is sold.
fe38
To the Unfortunate.
NEW REMEDIES! SEW REMEDIES:
DR. CIBBON’S DISPEN
SAKY, NO. Hit KEAHNY S'l..
corner of Commercial, San Fran
cisco. Private entrance on Com
_ murcial street. Established is
IMl, lor the treatment el Sexual and Seminal
Diseases,such RSiionurrhu'a, Gleet,Stricture,
Syphilis in all its forms, Seminal W eakness,
lmpotency, etc. etc. Skin diseases of years'
standing.'and Ulcerated Logs, etc., succosstul
ly treated.
DK. U1BBON has the pleasure of annonn
ing that be has returned from visiting the
principal hospitals of Europe, and has re
sumed practice.
Tho Doctor has spared neither time act
mi ncy in seeking out new remedies, and hat
returned with increased facilities fur the alle
viation of human suffering.
Sternum I Hmknrsa.
Seminal emission is the consequence of self,
abuse. This solitary vice, or depraved sexuai
indulgence, is practiced by the youth of boll
sexes to an almost unlimited extent, produc
ing with unerring certainty the followim*
train of morbid symptoms, unless combated
by scientific medical measures, vix.: Sallow
countenance, dark spots under tho eyos, pa!n
in the head, ringing in the cars, noise like the
rustling ol leaves or rattling of chariots, tin
ea-mess about tho loins, weakness of the
limbs, confused vision, blunted intellect, loss
of confidence, diffidence in approaching stran
gers, a dislike to form new acquaintances. •
disposition to shun society, loss of memory
pimples and varioua eruptions about the laco
hectic flushes, furred tongue, foetid breath
co ighs, consumption, night sweats, monoma
nia, and frequently Disunity. If relief be not
obtained, you should apply immediately, ci
ther in person or by letter, and hare a cure
effected by his new and scientific mode »!
treating this disease, which never fails o'
ifleeting a quick and radical cure.
Cui'smI «t Home.
Persons at a distnnee may be Ct KKD A'l
IIOMK, by addressing a letter to Dll. (JIB
l)ON( stating rase, symptoms, length ef time
the disease lias cuiitinurd, and have medicine
promptly forwardi d, free from damage and
curiosity, to uny pin t of the country, with
full and plain directions for use.
By inclosing Ten Dollars coin in a regis
tered letter through the Postoffice, or
through Wells, Fargo A Co’s, a packugo ol
medicine will bo forwarded to uny part of the
Union,
l’ersons writing to the Doctor will pleas*
state the name of the paper they see this ud
vortisoment in.
All communications strictly confidential.
Address DK. J. F. tilBBoN.
Box 1957, San Francisco, California,
jyl-lv
San Jose Savings Bank,
28'i Santa Clara Stroet, San Joso, Cal.,
Capital Stack, - - - - $600,000.
Paid in Stock—Gold Coin, $300,000.
Assets Jan. 1„ 1875, $1,324,155.52.
f \EPOSIT RECEIPTS I SSI'ED, REAR
17 ing interest FROM DATE OF DEPUS
IT at SIX PER CENT., payable on demand:
KIliilT PER CENT., payable in six months,
and NINE per cent, payable in twelve
months.
Receipts are preferable to pass books, be
cause the interest is paid promptly at the
end of six months Irom date of each deposit;
they may also be transferred by indorsement,
and principal with interest will ba paid to
boldor.
Pass books issued, if desired, and sarno rate
of interest allowed.
Deposits from the interior, orfrom any piyt
of the United States or Europe, may bo sent
by express, or by exchange on Sun Francisco
or Now York, in gold or currency. Parties
remitting will state the time for which tho
deposit is to be made, and a Deposit Receipt
or Pass Rook—as prolerred—will be promptly
returned. '
Remittances in Currency Exchange will
bo credited in gold at current rate.
JOHN U. MUOKE, II. II. REYNOLDS,
lubMy President. Cashier.
Public Notice,
Miners and all others are
hereby notified that the Iiasye Cinsoli
dated Mining Company (Limitedi will Lot be
responsible for payment of labor or material
furnished to parties having contracts or
agreements to work on any cf tho Company's
mine* in Pinto, Secret Canyon, or elsewhere
in Eureka county. JOHN R. MURPHY',
_ , „ . , Superintendent
Euraka, N*», Ootet tr 7, 1873 «8U
MI SC EL LA NEO US.
SAN FRANCISCO STORE!
Main St., below the 1’arker House.
JOHN SHINDLER, - - PROPRIETOR.
ARRIVAL OF SUMMER GOODS!!
Firs! Invoice of the Season in Eureka
•VIEW GOODS WILL BE RECEIVED EV
ery week during the Spring and Summer.
Cheap! Cheaper!! Cheapest!!!
Clothing and Furnishing Goods.
Cheaper than at any other eatablishment in
the town.
DRY GOODS.
I would also call attention to the LADIES’
DEI'ARTM ENT. Prices no object French
merinos at 7j cents per yard and everything
else in proportion.
The goods to arrive are the choice from the
best importing houses of New York and San
Francisco and were selected with great care
by the moat competent judges.
1 would especially invite tholadiesafEure
ka to call and convince th^molvcs sf the tre
mendous sacrifice at which 1 am selling all
the goodi in their department
inh'i-apH-tf JOHN SHINDLER.
Gaming License.
“TAACH AND EVERY PERSON WHO
A'j shall ileal, play, enrry on. apen, or
cause to be opened, or who shall conduct,
eilh'T asewner or employe, whether for hire
or not. except under a license, as hereinafter
provided, any game ot faro, monte, roulette,
iansquenette, rouge et noir, rondo, or any
banking game played with money, dice or anv
other devicejwhether the same bo played for
money cheeks, credit, or any other represent
ative of value, shall be guilty ot a misdemea
nor, and on conviction thereof shall bo pun
ished by a fine of not loss than one thousand
nor more than three thousand dollars, or by
imprisonment in the County Jail net iess than
throo months nor more than one year, or by
both such fine and imprisonment.”— [An act
to restrict gaming—slat’s. IN!!1, p. lift.
In conformity with the requirements of the
above soction of an act entitled “An act to
restrict gaming," all persons now carrying on,
or intending to carry on, any banking game
ure notified thnt they must procure a license
for such game before opening the same. The
game of "honest Injun" is included.
ti. W, (ill,MORE,
Sheriff of Eureka county.
Z. I,. Krao, I’nder Sheriff.
Eureka, April 14, 1875. apll
United States Mail Line
BETWEEN
AUSTXZT AND EUREKA
l/0l’R-I10l'RSE COACHES. CARl’.YINtI
J7 pa«j»enger* and \N ell?, largo »t Co.'p Kx
press, connecting at Auftin with the Mage to
the railroad, and making close connection at
burcka with Nloodrutt and bnnors line t»
Hamilton.
£tage.* leave Eureka every Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday morning, at *» o'clock.
Stag»‘? leave Austin on Wednesday, Friday
and Monday morning:*, at J* o'clock.
U t) I'asscngers b> this lino will bo furnish
ed excellent meals at fne V\ illows Station,
whore uiuple time will be given for dinner
each way. J. A. WILSON, Proprietor.
Office at the Parker lioupe. Kureka.
4-ol5> J. L. liim xlky. Agent.
T. J. BELL’S
STAGE LINE
TOTYBOand BELMONT!
LKATKft IX’RCKi
MONDAY AND THURSDAY.
RKTl’gXIXU LKIVfS TYHO
TUESDAY AND SATURDAY.
Office in the sume building with the Eurek.
and lalisado Line,
TRIMBLE A SNEYZIXUEK.
jel't-tf Ar*nt.
ELKO AND EUREKA STAGE LINE.
W. S. VAN DRE1LEN. Proprietor.
Tbrottfh in 14 Bom; Faro, $10;
Freight pci lb , 4c.
Leave* Eureka etny other day al
7 o'clock A. M,
Leave* Elko every other day al » '4o
o'clock A. H.
For particulars inquire in Elko, at the In
ternational hotel, ot It. It. IIAI.1., Agent.
T. N. STONE.Agent, Elkd.
OmcK—Main street. jo!7-tf
Valuable Mill Property
.A.T AUCTION.
MOKSA7, MAT 17,1879,
AT 12 O’CLOCK M., AT SALESROOM,
Mo. 310 Montgomery Nlreel, Non
Frauclwo.
WE WILL SELL THE MILL AND Ap
purtenances of (ho
TWIN RIVER CONSOLIDATED MIN
ING COMPANY.
The machinery ami appurtcnunees of tho
twenty-lamp mill belonging to the Twin
Kiver Consolidated .Mining Company, is lo
cated at
Ophir Canyon, Nye county, Nev,
Midway between Austin and Uuluiunt,
COMPULSING:
20 Mtamim Moo |M>nml* eaeh-aud
llHttery-dry Crushing;
1 Blake Kock Breaker;
• Amitlgainntlng I’aaia. live feel In
diameter-four of litem nearly new;
6 Mettler*, seven feet diameter;
And the other appurtenances of the milling
work. together with an excellent
Nteam Engine, IMx I j-lnrh; alms
Two I'ubiili.r Hoilera, fourteen feet
lent" and all requisite shutting. gearing,
nulluys, belting, etc., and a valuable lut of
Sierra Nevada timber in the battery frames
and in tho mill and furnace buildings,
aw Tho wholo is in excellent condition,
having been in operation within the past
year, and constantly in charge of a keeper
while unemployed.
The MIll-Mile and Tailing* are Re
served.
JOHN MIDDLETON & SON.
aplti-lm Auctioneers.
L. powkrs, r. w. wu.rox. b. a. cuttkb
L. TOWERS ACO.,
Importers and Jobbers in
Choice Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc.
73 FKO.Vr NTREET,
lell-tf SACRAMENTO, CAL
miscellaneous.
BICELOwX^hX^
Cernor of Buel and Bateman sto., loreln'
Tnls LARGE AND COMMODIOUS Hu,
tion.7 lltCa,’ri!,,lyf0r lfc0
Theatrical & Concert Trowts,
DANCING PARTIES, ETC.
It is !» by Tt feet la the elear. with .
teen-toot eoilic*; is well fitted and **■
and will eomiortably leat
FOUR HUNDRED PERSON!
Partiei desirin* to eontraet fer the 11m
W
WALL PAPER
OH©ap for Oaalx
riHIE UNDERSIGNED HAS NOW on
1 Land a fin© axporcmnnt #f wall ... *
f« CAafirib?-" at lha ,a"°"in*lo"
GlltPaper, ... 73 rent* per
.so rent a per Kellj
Blnnkn,.. rente per K«l|.
**- All order* for PAINTING (lRtlw
ING. PAPERING, ETC., promptly
to. D. C. SHERLOCK. Painter **
aplS One door »o th ef SwiTi*i;i.,l|g^
$50 REWARD!*
STRAYED OR STOLEN!
I70UK ANIMAL8—ONE WHITE
llorse, wiih Spanish brand on A
left hi|> nod shoulder, small dent in i«2l\
forehead, near the right ere.
ONE >AY IKlHSK, with suTlZ
head; right hind taut white; heavy
and lail; Spanish brand on left kip,
ONE MILE, dark buckskin: with dark
Stripe on buck and legs; lam a in right bind
foot; Government brand on neck, and aiber
brands unknown.
ONE LAHGK HAY- MULE, with pieew ef
wattle ID left shoulder, under the skin, about
the si/e of n twenty-live eoat pie. *.
Also, lor sale, one largo TEAM MULE and
good four-horse W agon.
y US. E. CASSIDY,
ap21-lm» North ItukyUCI.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
'1UXPAYKKS TAKE NOTICE THAT, IX
A p iMniiice of avis of tbo Lcgi«l»rure, yoa
are required to make out r ?q«t.*ai*-iit uader
■ .•nth or affirmation according to ttie form fur*
(limbed by me. «• ar a.* th • *am« i.< appLctfel#
to your ca<o, and deliver th - van* to in* or it
my office, within live day* from the day de
mand in mad--, or the Assctstr will eMiiiiiie
the value of your property and i«n>e tbo
•ante accordingly, and no deduction will ho
made by the I oard o' Equalization in the ar
scxsmerit mad* by th* A^se-sor: aad you ara
further notified that in cas© you have not
heal Estate within the c©u».ty, o' •uflicirai
value to secure tbo talcs, deniasd will ta
made for immediate payment of th« hdiv,
and if not paid without delay, it will t* my
duty to collect th* vatuo t: distraint and ralt
of property.
A*f*e*soi’s office. Eureka. Nov., April 22,
l87*i, J. C. I'<1" KMi, AM. Mor,
ap‘.2!-tf Eureka couaty. Xev.
SILVER BRICK HOTEL?
South Main street. Eureka.
WM. CILLEtt, - - Proprietor.
HA PPY a N I) CONTENTED ARE BILLY
Gi k-n’ti boarders.
Tho be?t looking men oorao from good lir*
ing.
Board £3 Per Week.
The best meals in tho State foi Meats.
je3 WM. aiUES.
Application fer Patent.
NOTICE NO. 274.
V ?. Lawd Oinr*. I
Euro).a, Ncvadn. A|.rtl 2I,1S7^J
Notice is hereby given that
Jonas B. Osborne, Geo. . M. Cow la#
und George J. Gardner, whoso postofnee **
dross is Eureka. Nevada have tki* day
filed in this office a diugraiu, together
with a notice of application for a 1 ateat from
the Lnitcd States, under ai t of l» •*»** *[•
proved May 10. leT/, for fifteen hundn d I. w)
iineai fed of the Diablo lode, the ***'*
running 7*i0 feet northerly and 7 4) fort remto*
••rly front th«* location monument at tu® jw**
.iun ►haft, with surface gfouarl two nusortd
feot in width, siteat< d in Secret fsnjvo
Mining District, Eureka county. Mote *
Nevada, nnd described in the plat and JeW
notes on fib* in this office as lollvws, to wit:
U. S. Survey, No. 83,
Beginning at a post marked “No. L E. S.
Surrey No. 88,” whence lh<* flug-st»n in in*
town of Kur.'ka beurs N. 8 <ieg. 28 “in. a..
'25,18.: foct: the post marked U. S. Moiumunl.
No. 8, on the summit of Hoo*nc _Muuhl»Ul
bears N. Vi deg. 8 min. W„ 84> fe*U *»*
No. 1, of Survey, N,. (.0 Hoosnc lode, ntarsn.
25 dog. 2 min. E., 2,|ii7 foot; and lie wornnl
sln.lt Upon thi« lode bears N. 12 d<g. *•
\\ .,77» .'elU fact; thence running ». m
W.,200 feet, to post umrked No. 2 > *• *
voy.No. 88; thence N. lm. deg. W .,1,'AO !•*• *
post marked No. 8, I. S. Survey,
thence N. 7!k‘. deg. K.,200 f. H.to P«*t ni‘rk™
No. 4, II, S. Survey, No. 88; and thence a.
10'. deg. E., 1,500 foct, to post No. 1. the piw
of beginning; containing •> ic ■
Courses expressed Irani the true nij-nui
with a magnetic mtiutiun of 1>!'» ••a*
east.
I his claim is loented upon unturTV ,,
land and in bounded on the nuutb by
OutClaiT. ... ,
This claim is rocorded in book n, M
210, of (he Secret Canyon district
llecords, and a copy of the notice amt P
cun b» found posted at th* lodd{J"B.
upon the lode, 1>. 14.1A1M EL. IktNd®
ap22 .
LUMBER. LUMBSL
The California Lumber Co.
TS NoW IN FULL BLAST, WITH A
J. good assortment of
Lumber,
Shingles,
Doors,
Sash, *«■<
And U prepared to fill orders for any a®011
of lumber as low as the lowest.
fe2»tf CALIFORNIA LUMBER^,
JOHN L. WALKER A CO.,
Wholesale and ltotail Dealer* in
Cider, Vinegar, Soda, Mead,
dinger Pop,
Cordial? and
TEST RECEIVED—85 BARRELS ^
tl linois Crab Cider, per r"lJr%2ir, il.llWJ
barrels of Oregon Champagne . .-onO
pounds of Los Angelos raisins,
pounds of Alden-driod apples. „ j. J.
Familes supplied. Orders left at
C. <Joigan,8 and Chris. jVlurtna i.
Eureka, Fsb* *<*>. lWia

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