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mm DAILY SENTINEL.
' V •-THE
EUREKA AND PALISADE
Hall ro a d!
HAS BEEN
Completed to Eureka,
A ad the Company is now ready to carry pas
sengers and freight over the road
With Regularity and Dispatch.
Train* will ran a* follow* until further
notioe:
Paseenger Trail as
2-eave Eureka daily at....-.-.S:W s. H.
AittrantJ’attsad* at....—10:00 a.m.
Making eonoeetion with
East and West Bound Trains of the
Central Pacific Railroad.
Istaratagi
Leave Palisade at.-.4:00 r. ».
Arrive at Eureka at—.—_e—10::» r. u.
Freight aad AeeemmedMIea Trains
A^iat* Alleka daily at.——.7:00 a. m.
Arrive afPhlfskde at.3:os> r. u.
Leave Palisade daily at .7:4."> a. u.
Arrive et Eureka at.o:M r. u.
The Company vfill deliver freight to
Hamilton,
Pioohe,
Tybo,
Reveille,
Belmont,
AND ALL POINTS SOUTH.
By it* teems, with care and dispatch and at
the lewest rate*.
n27tf P. mm. UeeeraJ lep't
[EUREKA AND PALISADE
TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
OFFICE
With Welle, Fargo * Ce.,
Male (tract. Eureka.
CONNECTS WITH THE ATLANTIC
and Pacific Telegraph line* at Palisade.
Massages sent to all points on the Pacific
Coast and Eastern States.
n27tf P. EVERTS. General Sup't
San Jese Savings Bank,
286 Santa Clara Street, San Jose. Cal..
Oapibl Stock, - - - - $600,008.
Paid in Stock—Cold Cola, $300,000.
Aaeeta Jan. 1„ 1875, $1,334,155.53.
„ > TWOS IT RECEIPTS' ISSUED, BEAR
. JLf ing interoat FROM DATE OF DEPOS
IT at SIX PERCENT., payable on demand;
EIGHT PEK CENT., payable in six months,
and NINE per cent payable in twelve
months.
Receipts are preferable to pass books, be
eause the interest is peid promptly et the
end of six months (rom date of eaeh deposit;
they may also be transferred by indorsement,
and principal with interest will be peid to
Pate books issued, if desired, and same rate
of interest allowed.
Deposits from the interior, orfrom any part
of tba United States or Europe, may be sent
by express, or by exchange on San Francisco
or New York, in gold or currency. Parties
ramktiag will state the time for which the
depoait is to bo made, and a Deposit Receipt
or rase Book—aa preferred—will be promptly
return ad.
Remittances in Currency Exchange will
to eredited in gold at ourrent rate.
JOHN H. MOORE. H. U. REYNOLDS,
mk7-ly President Cashier.
BflUMQVUre XTOTXCX.
QILVKR WEST CONSOLIDATED MIN
0 ing Company—Location of works: Eureka,
Eureka county, Nevada— Principal place of
business: San Francisco. California.
Notice: There are delinquent upon
the following described stock, on account ol
assessment (No. .I) levied on the 7th day of
December, 187.5, the sevoral amounts set op
posite the name* of the respective (hate*
holders, as follows:
No. No.
Names Certificate. Shares Amt.
La Roy Theodor*..554 finno 500 00
Le Roy Theodore, trust.. 555 WPO .500 00
Felton John U-.581 2500 20 00
Rais C, trustee..501 1HJ0 140 00
A|4 in aqepfdance with lew and an order of
the Board of Directors, made on the seventh
(7th) day pf December, 1875, so many shares
of each cases! of Such stock-as may be neces
sary will he sold at public auction, at the auc
tion room of Maurice Dure A Co , No. •UH Pine
street. Salt iraaeiseo, Cel., on
■ataidey, February it, 187a.
At the hoar of oaa(l) o'clock p. ■„ of said
day, to pay said delinquent assessments there
on, together with the eoata of advertising end
aapauses of the sale.
F. K. BUNKER. Secretary. '
OBoe — Rooms Nos. 8 sad 4 t-hermac’s
Building, No. DOB Montgomery street. San
1 rancisco, California. fStd
Peslpsansirsl.
SsyFagscjuip, Feb. 19.1876.
The shave sale is hereby postponed, to
take place on SATU RDA Y, March 4. 187 i, et
r™ Fjrm! Hew Goods!
SAJ FRAJICIS00 MARKET.
F.As MILLICH : : : : PROPRIETOR.
gi KEEP A CONSTANTi
r of Fresh California^ __
♦o arrive every train. Alaw^g
Chickens, Fresh Uystdrs, Honey in
, Dams, and a general assortment of
FAMILY GROCERIES!
FreBj from the imparting bouse* of tue East
and West, two doors above the Parker House,
Mainitraat. d!7tf F. A. MILLICH.
DAVID LUNDBOM
Aium.
BBIaat *»!■ atraat, sppMil* Use Pi*.
.ttdUx . ssacr lestsaraat.
BVAseurata assays guaranteed.
A SMALL’ ADVANCE FROM MT FOR.
AA MKR vary low rates will he charged in
the “—g th^jahfaaswUlstill be kept
Staagg— «* reebirsd tawny hi advance.
Rarek *, August £71678. aullt-tf
shhui *«$**• h
SALOONS. 1
FRANK’S SALOON! |
JOS. MENDES, Prop’r. j
YyHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Alt kind* of Poda Drink*, flavored with the
following EXTRACTS.constantly on hand:
Sarnsnarilla. Sherrbet. Ponr,
lilKck Derry, Aunbrusis, Orgeat,
Lemon, Rose, Ncctur,
Grange, Milk Punch, Hock.
Vanilla, Ice Cream, Claret,
tiinger. Coffee (.'ream. Mint,
Strawberry, Cho’lnte creamCatawba.
Pine Apple, Grecian Hend. Wild Cherry
Raspberry and Don’t Care.
EBNO and CLUB BLOOMS!
Money to loan on collateral or approved
business paper.
27-mhH
THrsTZERAC~SALOON,
Milk STtKKt, EtJar.UA.
K9IITH * CAN A VAN. PROP'H.
REFITTED and REFURNISHED!
Making it one of the mo*t attractive placet ic
Eureka.
The Billiard Parlor,
Attached to the SAZEH AC, i» the finest bil
liard room in town, containing the newest and
most improved tables.
The Lunch Stand,
WM. JI’KI, Crop’r,
Attached to tbo SAZEKAC, is neatly fitted up,
and the finest lunehes, with IlUT COFFEE
AND TEA, can always be obtained.
SHOP IN AT THE SAZEKAC!
nyJU-tt
BILLIARDS !
tub oourat
Has just received new billiard
TABLES, with Delany's Daunt Wire
Cushions, and is to be kept as
A FIRST-CLASS SALOON.
GEO. THACUER.)
CLAY SIMMS, / Proprietors
apll
SILVER BRICK SAL00N7
Dave Rosenberg, - - - - Proprietor.
The old stand has been remod
•led and will hereafter be conducted as a
FIRST-CLASS GERMAN SALOON,
on the Sen Francisco style.
While 1 hare reduced the pnea ol liquors
nnd cigars to 1‘2' j cents, 1 shall dispense the
SAMKQUALlli of both that 1 bare here
tofore.
Coustantly on hand to serve to customers:
Westphalischer, Scbinkcn, California anu
Oregon Hums; Wiener Knack W ursilo, and
llologne Sausage; 1 moked Buffalo Tongues:
l'ig's Feet: Sheep Tongues; Sardines: Lob
sters; llollandische Herring; SardeMen, Au
•hories, Neino All sen. Schweiior Case, Lim
burger. Grocer Krauter Case; Russian Cav
iar, etc., etc.
A specialty made ef all kinds ef FRESH
OYSTERS.
PRIVATE ROOMS for parties.
Beer and Liquors served at tables,
MUSIC EVERY EVENING,
sep28tf
EL DORADO SALOON.
BILLIARD HALL AND TEW-PIII ALLEY
Two Doors Above Paxton A Co'e
Bank.
Main Street, Eureka,
TII1P SALOON HAS RECENTLY BEEN
thoroughly refitted and refurnished, and
stocked with the
FINEST WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS
THAT COULD BE OBTAINED.
It will be eontinued, us heretofore,
A First-Class Establishment in
Every Respect.
Every one is cordially invited to rnll.
LAGER BEER, Iron the Philadelphia
Brewery of San Francisco, kept constantly
on hand.
ja'JOtf F. R. WITTENBERG, Proprietor.
COURT EXCHANGE
Northeast Corner of Main and Bateman Sts.
EUREKA, NEV.
None eut the finest qualities
ot liquors and the choicest brands of
eitais dispensed at the bar.
Connected with the establishment is a
Club R o o m
And a number et well-furnished eacd-rooms
for private parties.
jalttf HANK KNIMHT. Proprietor
ARCADE 8ALOON !
W. S. DOLABCTD, Pro’r,
South Main Street, Eureka, Eevada.
fJiHE BEST t i’ES, THE VERY BEST. Or
Wines, Uqaorssnilfltsn
Passed over the ARCADE BAR,
—FOl—
TWELVE and a HALF CENTS !
dl7-tf W.S. BOLAND.
Palace Saloon,
East Main street.
South of Walla. Farce A Co.
I.VTHKK miE. PreprMer,
TTAS FITTED UP, IN THE BEST STYLE,
II tho above Saloon, where he will keep
only the choicest brands of Liquors and C»
novM-tf
FOB 8ALB OB TO BBHT.
H*>TEhft. ETC. !
EUREKA HOTEL.
MAIN STREET,.EUREKA, NKV.
Mrs. Lucy Young, - - Proprietress.
UUl’ERIOtt ACCOMMODATIONS TO ANY
O Uriel in the town.
Spacious, elegant and well ventilated
rooms, single ami on suite.
A First-claw Restaurant
In c< miection with the Hotel.
The depot COACHES and 'BUSSES will
convey passengers to and from fho Hotel,
upon tile arrival and departure of trains.
n'JItf
The Picneer Restaurant,
Opposite J. 6. IVhitton'a Stone Store. Main
Street, Eureka.
GEO. T. £UND GREN
WILL BE PLEASED TO SEE ALL HIS
old friends at his bouse at any time.
At the PIOXKKR they will find
The Tables Supplied
with all the delicacies that can be obtained,
and the l’ioneer shall be as well kept as any
Uesraurant in Eureka.
Give me a call and see bow entirely you will
be suited. jel7
J. L. HINCKLEY. J. H. LOCKWOOD
PARKER HOUSE,
EUREKA. NEW
Hinckley A Lockwood, Proprietor*.
T’«r KOOMN ARE SPACIOUS AND
J. luppliod with Spring Beds throughout.
TIIK RAK
Is furnished with the finest Liquors and
'Hgars tha'can be purchased.
A Fiist-elam Kcstaarant ou tlie
First Floor.
The Palisade, Hamilton, Austin. Tybo and
Belmont Stages, all stop at this House.
jit-nlK
MOCH’S.
X WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM MY
friend* in Eureka and Ruby llill, and the
public in general, that 1 have leased the
Parker House Restaurant,
And will conduct the same
As a First-Class Eating-house
11 oping to rocoivo a share of patronage, and
a^uring mv frirnd* and the public that 1
will do all in my power to please.
MKS. JNO. A. MOCII.
Piocbe Daily Record copy, fe2d-lm
Hurrah for the Railroad!
BILLY GILLEN TO THE FRONT.
Board, $7 a Week; Single Meals.
37 12 Cents.
Sliver Brick Hotel,
South Main street, Eureka.
On and nfior November. 1, IK75, the above
price* will bo charged at. the Silver brick.
o24tf \\m, (411*1*KN, Proprietor.
TURNER HOUSE,
Month MrUn Mf re<‘f. Kureka, Nevada.
W. T. Ferry, Proprietor.
HAVlNtl LEASED THE ABOVE WE 1,1,
known establishment. 1 beg lo.ivc to in
form the public that 1 am prepar 'd to ae
eoa module all who may favor me with their
patroi.age. It will be the constant endeavor
of ever person connected with ihe house to
enhance the coinin' t und convenient; of the
{ruests, and with the facilities pcssossra 1
iave n* hesitation in promising as good uo
rommodati.ms in every respect us are fur
nished at any hotel in the Mate.
TIIK KOOM.N
Are large, well furnished and comfortable.
THE TAItlsKM
Will, at all times, bo supplied with the best
the market affords.
THE BAR
Is owned and directed by 11. J. Turner, and
will be constantly supplied with tnu choicest
Wines. Liquors and Li gars.
Charges reasonable.
Eureka, Dec. 12, 1874. dl2tf
INTERNATIONAL HOTEL.
MAIN STREET.EUREKA. NEV.
Mrs. D. H. HALL, Proprietress.
Accommodations unsurpassed in
Eureka. Elegant and woll ventilated
rooms.
A Fine Dining Sail
In connection with the utabliehmonE
nlOtf
AMERICAN CHOP HOUSE.
Sprando & Ballich, : : Proprietors.
Corner of Main and Clark sts.
® 1 H T K K N KEOEIVED
/ ,S'\ DAILY by express, in shell and
V^C“« AME and FISH
alnayaon hand.
Heals at all Hours.
Please call and try Sprando’a rocking, and
be satisfied.
n.W_S!*ltAXllO A BADD1CID
L. V. PROM Kg. T. J. MAVPI.U
MAUPIN &CROMER
Wholesale and Rotail Dealers in
HARDWARE.
Mild ant minino hoods, has
PIPES SXKA.U AND (IAS flTTUNOS.
IIahw FisriiiHliliiK: (IimmIa,
STOVES,'llN AND COPPER WARE. l’OW
DKK AND FUSE. WINDLASS ROPE
OF ADD SIZES. ETC.
W> are also preparnl to <’u* aail Fll
lias Pipe.
ILL & FURNACE W ORK
Done on Short notio®.
Tli* b«Ni of
Steel, and also Stone Ooal.
Constantly on hand. Also. Manufacturers ot
Tin, Sheet-Iron, Copper Ware.
particular attention paid to all work in our
line, and guaranteed to give perfect satiifao
son in every particular.
Constantly on hand.
Blasting and Giant Powder
It,W DKK, FUSE. CAPS, ETC.
aufitf MAL'PIN A CKOMKK.
ATTENTION!
All those who have or date
avoided our rlaoe will please cull and
settle at ouce. Alter the Doth of this month
collection will be entoreed without discrim
ination.
nWtT ©. DUNKkL A CO.
I
1UI8CKL LAN SO US.
To the Unfortunate.
!VKW RKNEDIKM! NEW REMEDIEft!
DR. GIBBON’S DISPEN
SARY, NO. 028 KEARNY ST.,
corner of Commercial, San Fran
cisco. Private entrance on Corn
___ morcial street.^ Established is
ifvH, n»r the treatment of Sexual and Seminal
Diseases pitch as Gonorrbcra, Gleet. Stricture,
Syphilid in all its forms. Seminal Weakness,
impotonev, etc. etc. Skin diseases of years’
standing, and Ulcerated Legs, etc., successful
ly treated.
DR. GUIDON bus tho pleasure of announ
cing that ho has returned from visiting the
principal hospitals of Europe, and has re
sumed practice.
The Doctor has sparec neither time noi
mtnoy in seeking out new remedies, and has
returned with increased facilities for the alle
viation of human suffering.
Senilnnl Weakiifss,
Seminal emission is tho consequence ot self
abuse. This solitary vico, or depraved sexuai
indulgence, is practiced by the youth of both
sexes to an almost unlimited extent, produc
ing with unerring certainty tho following
train of morbid symptoms, unless combated
by scientific medical measures, vi*.: Sallow
countenance, dark spots under the eyes, pain
in the head, ringing in the ears, noise liko the
rustling of leaves or rattling of chariots, un
easiness about the loins, weakness of the
limbs, confused vision, blunted intellect, loss
of confidence, diffidence in approaching stran
gers, a dislike to form new acquaintances, a
disposition to slum society, loss of memory
pimples and various eruptions about the face
hectic flushes, furred tongue, foetid breafh
coughs, consumption, night sweats, monoma
nia, and frequently insanity. If relief be not
obtained, you should apply immediately, ei
ther in person or by letter, and have a cure
effected by his new and scientific mode ot
fronting this disease, which never tails ot
effecting a quick and radical cure.
Ciirvil at Home.
Persons at a distance may be CURED AT
UmMK, by addressing a letter to DlL GID
EON, stating case, symptoms, length of time
the disease has continued, and have medicine
promptly forwarded, free from damage and
curiosity, to any part of tho country, with
full and plain directions for use,
Ry inclosing Ten Dollars coin in a regis
tered lettor through the Postoflice, or
through Wells, Fargo Jr Co’s, a package ot
medicine will be forwarded to any part of tho
Union.
Persons writing to the Doctor will pleas*
state the name ot the paper they see this ad
verti«emont in.
All communications strictlyconfidentiaL
Address DU. J. F. GIBBON,
Rox 1057, Sau Francisco. California,
jyl It
Wholesale Liquor House i
lu HIiUtoii'N Kluue RulMing, Main
Mm't, Kiirekw.
Having just heturei* from tiie
East, after purchasing a largo and
SELECT STOCK OF
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
1 am competent of not only competing with
the Eureka merchant?, but nlike with San
Francisco travelers. 1 will alto be able to
furnish salooon-keepors with
C r o n k lieer.
On and after J une 1st.
I say nothing but wh it i am willing to
guarantee. Cl'YlA AND SEE FOR YoUL
SELF. UENKY KIND, Proprietor.
jclfk-mv4*
Dissolution Notice.
Notice is hereby given thatthk
firm of Taylor £ Atchinsoo is this day
dissolved by mutual consent., b> A. U. AtoL
in-on retiring from tho concern. All moneys
due the old firm wilt be paid to TA Y L<>R £
VVII l ri'i »N, tho successors to *i n> lor «k Atch
inson. who have jt.tfumed ail the indebted
ness ol the old firm.
W. B. TAYLOR,
A. \S. A TCll IN SON.
Eureka, Fob. !. 187 i. f2tf
Copartnership Notice.
IMIE UNDESIGNED HAVE FORMED
I a copartnership under ’ho firm' name of
TAYLOR A WIII IToN, J >J. Whir ton hav
ing purchased tho interest of A. W. Atoh
inson, in tho firm of Taylor and A tdiin-on.
We will continue the FAMILY GROCERY
business at the old stand, and respectfully
solicit a continuation of the patronage bo
stowed upon the old firm.
W. B. TAYLOR.
f2tf J. M. WIIUTON.
K. M. 1-01,1*. 1
r. h. HKT.’ioi.tiH. - 3V ANS. Agent.
samT, morv.. )
POND, REYNOLDS & CO.,
Importers and Jobbers of
win no Ann liquors.
212 California Sit., San Franciaca.
ter Sole Agent, for Pacific Coast for G. 0.
Blake', Poltroon Count. Whlakio, «*i. tr
DAMCIYtt ACADEMY.
Professor Bach
Announces to the public
that classes for instruction will
commence Till. USD AY evening, Jan
uary fith.
Classes of instruction for gentlemen,TUES
DAY evening, at 8 o’clock.
Practising class, 111 (JUSD AY evening at
8 o'clock.
Ladies free at practising classos on Tliure*
day evenings.
Classes of instruction for ladies on TUES
DAY' and iULiktSjJAY, at 2 o’clock p. u.
Wi*,h regular attendance rapid progress is
guaranteed.
ja4-lm PROF. L. BACH.
EUREKA FOUNDRY.
1. C. ANDERSON,
Having purchased the proper
ty known nr th" Eureka Foundry, i«
now prepared to furnish mills, furnace*. etc.
with
Coatings of Alt Deerriptiona | also.
Machine Work.
MT Ordora from Austin, flelmoat, IUtr.il
on, and Minarj) Hill *nlicited and Qllod with
lippntch. All wor.< leaving thia foundry
UGARAXTKED. and on the moat reasonable
terma. Orders left at the foundry, or addruss.
ed to L. C. ANDERSON.
Eureka Foundry, Euruka, Nevada,
Will receive pronim attention. o'Altf
j7 STRAUS’
NEW JEWELRY STORE!
main ktref.t,
Vtir Below the 1‘nrker House
MY STOCK OF JEWELRY IS COM
plote in every particular.
A Ho. 1 Pebble Spectacles and Eye
Glasses.
My jewelry la from tha establishment of
the only mannfaeturins company on tha
Coast «L*K
OFFICIAL.
Application for Patent
To the Racine Mine.
NOTICE NO. 318.
U. S. Lani* Office,
Eureka, Nevada, January 6, 1876.
Notice is hereby given that.],, c.
Bateman, whose post office address is San
t ronciseo, Cal., has this day tiled his appli
cation for a patent for twelve hundred linear
feet of the Racine mine or vein ben ring silv r.
with surface ground two hundred feet in
width, situate, lying and being in Eureka
Mining district. County of Eureka and State
of Nevada, and kmwn and designated by the
field notes and official plat on file in this
office as Lot No. 8 \ in unsurveyed lands.
The exterior boundaries of taid Lot No.
80 being as follows, to-wit:
Variation 16k. deg. ea«t, commencing at a
post morked No. 1, II. 8. Survey No. 8b,
whence the flagstaff in the townofEuicka
bears N. 83 deg. 21 min., E. 7,804 feet. The
KurokaConeolidatcd Company's Lawton shaft
bearsS. 3 deg. 41 min.VV. 4,100 feet: post No. I
of l). S. Survey No.40, Sentinel Lode, bears S.
3 deg. )7 min. W 4,270 feet, and th » main
shaft upon the Raeine Lode boars N.8'S deg.
W. 74b feet; thence running S. 8ftH d* g. V\.
2f>0 feet to post No. 2, l. S. Survey No. 8b;
thence X. % drg. W. 1,200 feet to post marked
No. 3, U. S. Survey No. 8b; thence N. 8b'-v
deg. E. 200 feet to post marked No. 4, V. S.
Survey No. 8ft, and tlieuco S. Vn deg. E. 1,200
feet to post No. 1, the piaco of beginning,con
taining > 51-100 acre-.
This claim is bounded on neither end by
any known claimants; the nearest mines are
the Belmont and I'eoria lodes.
The location of this mine is duly recorded
in the Recorder's Office of Eureka Alining
district, page 167. in Book li of Eureka dis
trict Mining Records.
Any and all persons claiming adversely nnv
portion of said Racine Mine or said
mining ground ns hereinbefore described, are
required to file tb«dr sdverso claim with the
Registerof the T nited States Land f(ftico, at
Kui ok », in the State of Nevada, during the
sixty days ncrioa of publication hereof, or
♦ hoy will be barred by virtue of the provis
[ ions of the Statute.
j*7-<M I). B. IMMEL, Register.
PROFESSION A L.
A. C. BISHOP. P. < . < nAM.
DRs. BISHOP A CRAM,
PHIRKUNM AND M HCKOXH.
riflice on Main street, opposite I'axtnu A
Co*s Rank, Eur«hu. ft«»tf
J. M. BAILKY,
Dkntiht oirin: in tiik ml
ver Crick Lodging-hoii'O. North Main
*froet, Kur- ha. fl2U
,A. M. HILLHOi ar.. a*. II. (>A n.^lDHl
H1LLHOUSE A DAVENPORT,
Attokki:in at uiv. office in
the Odd Fellows* new building, ui <tnir«.
Rooms 1 and 2, Eureka. Nevada. ell
J. K. SHAFER,
Attorney at law. office it
stairs in Masonic building. ditf
0. W. BAKER.
ATTORYKY AT 1. AW AMI>
NOl'AuY PLTLlO. Office in _>ick
K..y land's Jtrirk building, liuu-u a i ??ruet.
£»<r*kn, N’e\adn. • ill
DR. A. ( . BISHOP,
PHYMCTAN AND M llOEON. OF.
lies: «>n .Second Moor in Clara’s Ston
Lidding, corner Main and Clark streets, Ku
r«»k*. jo!2-tf
C. HAMILTON, D. D. S..
Dentist. I!oom«: Fir* door. cfr^*Z'’x
.outh ui tho .Skatiaki. oilic».
iliiol ftroet. F.uroka. l>»
THOS. YVKEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Main Sir cl, Kurcka, Xc.vatla.
__ G-tf
THOMAS J. READ,
Civiy. t.a<o.nei:k ami» i . n. dbp
.i’.> .Minora! .*arvc.yur. Offioo in itv
: a ini’" Brick Building. on tlio cornor of Bao
and Itr.t'jiiian »tru«w*. ii|. *lair». myll
■ m- ♦- .. i ■— . - ■ ■ . ■ i — ..
C. 6. lilTHBAltO. C. J. I.ANBITO
LANSING A HUBBARD,
AnilKAlYN AT I.AW. I’KACTICF
in all Court* in tin* State.
< . O. lliililiaril ... Yolary Pnlillr.
Ofiico iu Itylanil’a Brirk Building, Baiunmi
*trcut, Kuroka. Nev.
__no art 2_
GKO. W. MERRILL,
ATI OUT AY AT l.AW. ItlNTKItT
Attofnay lor Eureka cuunt>. ami No
idi v Cnbiic.
Olli.f in the Court-bun**. otSGtf
NOTICE.
rr0 MOURICK HAUTNE1T. PATRICK
I He bbony, Martin O’llare, John Lilday,
'r. FiiuiugHu, or their grantees: You nr
hereby notified that 1 have per ormod labor
on tho Morning Mar mine, situat'd on Ad
ams iliil, in Kuraka Mining District. Eureka
county, Nevada, to th« amount ot tho legal
assessment work on Kaid mine, us set opp«>
•ite the respective interests, according to the
Uw o'" Congress of tho United States, ap
proved May 1<», lo77, and tho several acts
amendatory thereof and supplementary
tliorto. Said mine is owned as follows:
Feet. Amount.
Mouricr Hartnett.AH) $20 00
I 'at rick Oibnoy.’00 10(H)
Martin 0*llarv.2*0 2*> 00
John Hilda.v.I’M) 1.00
Patrick hinnegun....bjU l‘> (*>
William Crowley—undersigned...1-V0 1> 00
That unless within ninoty days you pay
vour proportion of said amount your interest
in said mine will become my property.
WILLIAM CROWLEY.
Eureka, Nev., Jnn. a, )87<i. jni-Ood
NOTICE!
rpo JAMES Dl'KEIt AND OPS. flOCI.D.
i or their grantees: You are hereby noti
foul that 1 bare performed labor ou the Mm
ray mine, situated in Spring Valley, Spring
Valley district, Eureka eotin'y, Nevada, to
the amount of tho legal assessment work on
•aid mine, aa sot opposite the respective in
terests according to the lav* of Congress of
tho United Slates, approved May JO. Is7.\ ami
the several a- Is amendatory tlieroo and su|>
plementary thereto. Said mine is uw ed as
lollows:
, _ , Feet. Amount.
James linker. . !SJ up
flu-. Gould.toil 40 IIP
K. fl. llenJerson—undersigned...Vil ho 10
'l'hat unless within ninety da-.s you pav
vour proportion ol sail amount your interest
in said mine will become mv property
K. G. il END Kit SON.
Eureka Nev.. Jan. 11 1S7U jaliZ-MJd
PIONEER
Barber Shop & Bath House,
First door north of tho PiorTter restaurant.
North Main street. Eureka.
r|MIE UNDERSIGNED, 11A VINO RE
1 eently 0|>ened tho above ostabiinntuunt
utlers his professional services to all who
desire a first-class physiognomical 11 AIR
011 l, or an ecstatic SHAVE.
•PJf llair Cutting, SO cents. Shampooing
4) cents.
Connected with the estab
lishment are several nnat and
elegant Hath Rooms, where
_ ———j-.the most desirable Hot or
Cold Hath*can be bad at all times.
BATHS, 75 CENTS.
A share >f public patronage is solicited.
_ J A I ES .Vi. M. MOODY. PropT,
I KG A I, HI ftNKM. OF All DESCRIP,
^^tiong, prig « go mAt at tbit SENTIE EE
SOCIETIES.
■ ■■■ r.- -7* 1 ■ .7 ■ ~—- I
Eureka Lodge,No. 16,F.&A. IN.
S«.T, K i,
l" Mn,0D,e Hall, on”»vcrr
wr, Snluniay <,n or preceding the fait
■noon in each month. * lD8 ’"**
Evening. Cou,L",ni«*t5oD» ‘very Saturday
Membera of sister lodges, and soionrninr
O.rothren m good standing, are cordially
»i 'od to attend. >-oraiaiiy in.
JOHN G1EEESPIK, W M
H. Johnson. Secretary. lftjali
St. John’s Chapter, Nc. 5, Royal Arch
Masons.
THE STATED t’OMMUNICA.
1 IONS ofSt. John’s Chapter, Xo
, K. A. M., will be held in MaI
SONIC IIA EE, on the Second and
fourth WEDNESDAY EVENINGS of «. i.
month. Culled Communications on all
Wednesday evenings. 11 other
All Royal Arch Masons in good
arc cordially inrited to attend. tB™mg
.. „ E. BAILY H v
M. V. kbmpth. Secretary. mjH
I- O. O. p,
Fuirkka eodoe. NO. H,
4 meets Every THURSDAY dSp'SKN'
EVEN'NO.
IN ODD FELLOWS' HALL.
At 8 o’cloeli p. v. All member* in g0Mi
standing aro cordially invited to attend *
J. W. HESS, .Yd
Hvrj. C. Ekvt, Secretary. Ift-an7
K.ofP~
BKtTinr I.OIMiK, Wo. 7. K.orp.
holds recular conventions the second and
fourth MONDAY EVEN I NO of each month
at 7::J> o’clock, sharp, at its Castle Hall, in
thonevr Masonic Hall. All sojourning men,,
hors in good standing ure cordially invited
to attend.
IV. II. STOW ELL, a C.
Char. E. Buoy, K. of R. ends.
Kvrekn. Nev., .1 an. 24, 1*71. 28.tf
a. o. iac.
r|M!KA. O. II. me«t every first and third
X ffATU KD \ Y K\ EMNti of each month,
at H o'oclock, Jt tho corner of Clark and*
Monroo streets, until further notice.
THUS. HALEY, Preaidopt.
Jkrkxiah Hvi.ltvaiv. Secretary. ar7
Rehekali Chanty Degree. I.O.O.F.
rpilE KKGVLA It MEETINGS OK THE
1 llebekah Charity Defro* Lodge, 1,0. 0.
F., will be held in tho <hld Fellows Hall,
[ "n tho fir«t and third FRIDAYS of each
eolith, nt7lt o’clock p. u.
W. II. DAVENPORT, N. G.
Daw. Nathaw, So<Ky. 5-tf
CAItSON L. 0. L., No. 121,
\f KK l.S AT Till; MASON’S HALL, EC
rckn, on the Fir«t and Third W#dnes~
lays of eaeh month. h» 7 clock p. u.
U. (\ ROLAND Master.
I)an I/. Dcrkks \Y. b, ofttf
ZUHSKA GUARDS.
j $ ATTENTION. COMPANY! |
K“ E<5|!T.Al: meeting for drill e\
NI.Y I'lU KSDAV K.VEM.MI, at T
; o’tJlov . sliftr|..
I mvi*tf I*. It. KKLEY, Cautnin.
I DR. A. E. SPINNEY,
ti.e Celebrated Specialist, >
Woll-k* »n as founder of the Montreal <C
L .1 Midiuil 11 ,t. title r.ml late l'rojauitur of
t:i SiM.vSL. vV.LK INFIRMARY, wou.d
ul«i»t i Apoe.ttllly i'llumi h.* pain ute and w<
a:tl ot d g -.i.ra.’y tu .t he a ill continu a U»
lic it clirou c a- l puvai# diKiM with uu*
IiwaUlIiiiI ai.ccs.ua.
TOADIES ATJD GENTLEMEN,
Hrmclfllur. inui prociaa.amtiou u lb# thief
of if mo. so
C LIME AND BE HEALED I
K iii ulci*bo. vn i4 yi- .r UuuJa-i n.t.y Ini,
coi.iuundkt the Imcior eiiUi.Mie your cat»e.
lt w.Ucoit you no inior cummlu:i.on, «o
ple.isj c .21 and yixuvlvti whether the
i/iH'Aor ui. leibCntida your cim. If h can cure
you he will toil you w : if not, he will U il you
tiiiit, for he will n-U undertake a cum unless
he U cuma.itui of efRctiug a cure. |
YOUNG MEN!
Who rany he audcimg from th# effect# of
youthful follies or Iud s. return, will (low ii to
avail theiiiHclvc* of th.*, the great-*t Ir on
ever laid at the alt ir of suffering huinauity
l>lt. b.'lXXLY wi;l guarantee tofort.it live
hundred do.ur* for every com of seminal
weakness or piivnte tin«*a*e of any kind or
character which In* undertake# and fad* to
cure. w« n Id therefore, aav toiheiin.ortu- I
uate suffer- r who lu-iy read tui* notice. Unit
you *ru treading ujh#h <1 lugcrou* ground when
you Ion ,er d. lay in seeking the Broptrreim dy
for your compUiuL You may tie in the D.«t
stage remember yon are #pvr>«chiug th*
loat. If )ou aro bold rditf Upon the loaf. and
are suffering wun** o.‘all of iuexil effect#, le
ueiutwr that if you obstinately pt*r*:nt in |«o
crantination, the time must conn* when (he
mo** skillful physic.an cau render you no
assistance; when llie door of hone will lie
closed against you* wltcu no angel of mercy
cau bring you relief. In no case iia* Uie
Doctor failed of success. Th- n let not despair
work itself up<>ii your Imagination. but avail
yourself of the beneficial result# of hi*
treatment Indore your case is beyond the
reach of medical skill, or MDN grim death
hurrie* you lo a premature grave. ^
MIDDLE-AGED MEN!
There are many of the age of tldrty to sixty
who are troubled with too fre«iueiit evacuation
of the bladder, often accompanied by a »iigiit
smarting or burning aeuaatiou. and a weaken
ing of the system in a manner the patient can
not account for; on *Kaiuiniug the urinary
deposit* a ropy sediment will often be found,
and sometime* small particles of allmiucn
will appear. or th# color will be of a tluu aixl
milkish hue, agaiu changing to a dark and
torpid apimarance. There are many men w bo
die of tnia dltliculty, ignorant of the caune,
which i* the aecoiul stage of aeininal w»ak
m-ss. Dr. 8. will ruarant e a perfect cure In
all such cases, auu a healthy restoration of tnc
genito-unrinary organa. , „
N. B - Italy an iuterview wyiuirwl In *
majority of cases; balance of treatment can ■
be conducted at home without interruption01
buaiueaa. All letter* or communication-'',
atrictly confidential. _ „ a
< mice Hours—10 to 1,2 to 4. and 7 to 8 Bun
days. from 2 to 4 only. Consultation, Kr<*
Thorough examination and advioe. Jti.isi
Ofhc, No 188 SOUTH U HTKhET. Vlr
flnfa C itjr. wtier, lie will bu pleaM-l to »■*“'*
with all who may be .uttering, from uhroulo
or 8pecial Disease*.
• •••Ml _
ABilDXE’3
WHOLESALE LIQUOR
establishment.
F’liel Strict, ----- Eurnka. Nevnd».
I TAKE 1 Ills' METHOD OK INFOHMINtf
1 the pitlilio t):ut nu< witlifluiKlinic 1 h»*«
■ nit the r* tuil business, 1 still continue my
U uoLR.SA l.K liquor establishment, having
removed *uy olhco to tho DliicK UblLD*
1 Xtl Hunting on llucl street, i’ho finest
liquor* in quantity, art<i case goods in great
variety constantly on hand, at living rutes.
1 also hold myself in readme** to do a gvn*
srrtl cootrio tii g business, The highest cash
prices paid or checks, coal receipt*, anti
coo'1 paper. si»8tt FRANK AHADIb
NOTICE.
COUNTY AUPITCH'S OFFICE,].
Kiirkka (X, Nut., Pmsoniber 1, >
vrOTICE 18 IIEKKKY OIVEN THAT
ii tht delinquent li*r of State and County
Tuxes of Knreka county, Nevada, for toe
year 1S76, has this day bion deposited wiin
the District Attorney of said coounty, anu
that unless iho delinquent taxes thoroin
specified are paid to tho Treasurer and ex
otlicio Tax Receiver ot said county wunin
twenty diys from dato hereof, suit will JJ®
commenced by the Diotrict Attorney lor toe
collection of said Uxe* ®nd cost*.
K< L< LIIABkj
„ t Count. Aoilitor.

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