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EUREKA I AILY SENTINEL.
EUREKA,
HAMILTON and P10CH$
STAGE LINE.
Vllmer * Salisbury, Proprietors.
Connecting with the eureka
and Palisade Railroad.
I,saves Eureka for Hamilton every morning
at 7 o’clock.
Leaves Hnmilton for Pioche every alternate
day, Sundays included.
Leaves Hamilton for Eureka every day.
Loaves Pioche for Hamilton and Eureka
every alternate day. at It a. m„ Sundays in
eluded.
Carrying U. S. Mail and Wells, Fargo A Co’s
Express.
Fine American horses and new Concord
Coaches.
Cilice at Wells, Fargo A Co’s. mrlVtf
ASSESSMENT NOTICE
T^UKEKA CONSOLIDATED MINING ;
JLj Company.—Location of principal place
of business, San Francisco, California; loca
tion of work*. Eureka Mining District, Eu
reka county. Nevada.
Notice i* hereby given, that at a meeting of
the Directors, held on the first-I*t—day o?
March, lb7(i, an assessment— No. 1—of one
—SI—dollar per share was levied upon the
capital stdfck of flie corporation, payable im
mediately in United States gold coin to the
Secretary, at the office of the company,
Koom 37, Nevada Block, No 3U1I, Montgom
ery street, San Francisco*California
Any stook upon which this assessment
shall remain unpaid on Wednesday, the filth
—5th— day of Ap'lJ, ls73, will be delinquent,
and advertised for sale at public auction,
and unless payment is made before, wilt be
sold on TUESDAY, the twenty-fifth-jddtb—
day ot April, Ip7(I, to pay the delinquent
assessment, together with the eosts ol adver
tising and ex' Ans<'« o* "He.
W. W. TRAYLOR, Secretary.
Office— Room No. o7, Nevada Block, No. .W
Montgomery street, San Francisco, Cali
fornia. mar"-td
Assessment Notice.
JACKSON MINING COMPANY-LOCA
tion of principal place of business, San
Francisco, Calilornia Location of works.
Eureka District, Eureka county, Nevada.
Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of
the Director! held on the2otb day ol Feb
ruary, 1876, an assessment—No. 8—of fifty
cents per share was levied upon the capital
stock of the corporation, payable immedi
ately in United States gold coin, to the Secre
tary, at the office of the Company, Itoniu 4,
4<>8 California street, San Francisco, Cali
fornia.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the U'th day of March,
1876, will be delinquent, end advertised for
sale at publie auction; and i nlesg payment is
made before will be sold on WEDNESDAY,
the 18th day of April, 1876, to pay the delin
quent assessment, together with costs of ad
vertising and ei penses of sale.
By order of the Board of Diiectors.
WM. P. SHAW, Secretary,
Office, Room No. 4, 408 California, street. San
Francisco. CaL fcstd
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING.
JACKSON MINING COMPANY - EU
reka district Eureka county, Nevada.—
The annual meeting ef the stockholders of the
above named company, for the election of
Tsustee* to serve the ensuing year, and the
transaction of eneh other business as may
Properly come beioreit, will be held on MON
DAY. March 27th. 1876, at the hour of half
past twelve—12:30—o'clock, p. a., on that day,
at tho office of the company. Boom 4, 408 Cali
fornia street, San Francisco, California,
Transfer books will be closed from the 24th
day of March. 1876, until after the meeting,
mrlo-td WM. P. SHAW. Secretary.
MINING TAX.
-\rOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
JLl the taxes on the proceeds of the mines
of Eureka county for the quarter ending
December 31. are now due and payable at
iny office, and hat the law with regard to the
collectiou of the same will be strictly en
forced. J. 0. Pt)N\ ELL.
Assessor of Eureka county.
Fnv*)ra. Nevada, hob. 14. 1876 flotmariS
DAVIl) LUNDBOnT
AtBATBR.
•■mi ■•In direct, oppoalte the Pie,
ever Restaurant.
■•"Accurate assaya guaranteed.
A SMALL ADVANCE FROM MY FOB
A. MEK very low rates will be charged in
Hie future, though fees will still be kept
reasonable as possible.
Strangers are required to pay in advance.
Burek a, August 22. 1673. au23-M
m. a. pond. 1
p. a. krtkoldb. >■ IVANS, Agent
lia'L klORK. )
11 POND, REYNOLDS £ CO.,
Importers and Jobbers of
VINES AND LIQUORS,
212 California St, San Francisco.
Bole Agents for Pacific Coast for G. 0.
Blake's Eoiirwis Count* Whiskies. sfi.tf
T. B. BAKMON,
riOUNTY CLERK, AND EX-OFFICIO
U Clerk of the District Court of the Sixth
ludicial District in and for the County ol
Eureka, State of Nevada.
CONVEYANCING,
tn all its branohes, correctly executed. Ao
cnowledgments. Affidavits, etc., taken in any
>art of the town.
Office: Front corner room at the Court
louse. dti-Sm
Wholesale Liquor House!
la VhIMn’s Rteae BaiMlag, Haiti
■Street, Eureka.
Haying just retured from tue
East, altar purehasing a large and
SELECT STOCK OF m
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIOARS,
I am competent of not only competing with
the Eureka merchants, but alike with San
Francisco travelers. 1 will also be able to
furnish salooon-kcopers with
Cronk Beer,
On and after June 1st
I say nothing but what I am willing to
guarantee. COME AND 8EE FOR YOUR
SELF. HENRY KIND. Proprietor.
iel<V-myti
United States Mail Line
BETWEEN
4.USTUT AND EUREKA.
Four-hoursb coaches, carrying
passengers and Wells, Fargo A Co.'s Ex
„• press, connecting at Austin with the stage to
the railroad, ana making close connection at
Eureka with Woodruff and Enoor's line to
Hamilton.
Stages leave Eureka on Wednesday, Friday
and Monday mornings, at 4 o'etobh. -
Stages leave Anetin every Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday morning, at tl o'clock.
MrPassangers by this has will be furnish
ed excellent meals at tne Willows Station,
where ample time will be given lor dinner
each way. J. A. WlLBffcjJTropftetdr.
Office at the Parker House, Eureka.
4-el# > J. L. Uhoklit, Agent,
sjttooys.
FRANK’S SALOON!
JOS. MENDE8, Prop’r.
yyHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
All kind, of Soda Drink., flavored with the
following EXTRACTS.cor.tnntljr on hand:
Sara.parilla, Sberrbet, Tear,
black berry, Ambrbria, Orgeat,
Lemon, Ko.e, Nectar,
Orange, Milk 1’unch, Hock,
Vanilla, Ice Cream, Claret,
•linger. Coffee ( ream. Mint,
Strawberry, Cbn’lnte creamCatawba.
Vine Apple, Grecian bend. Wild Cherry
Kaapberry and Don't Care.
ESZrO and CZATB ROOMS!
Money to loan oc collateral or approved
business paper.
27-mhH
THE SAZERAC SALOON,
Maii* Strkkt. Eceeka,
SMITH A- CAN AVAN. PROP'S.
REFITTED and REFURNISHED!
Making it on. of the moat attractive place, ir
Enreka.
The Billiard Parlor,
Attached to the SAZERAC, i. the finct bil
liard room in town, containing the newest and
most improved table.
The Lunch Stand,
VH. JTRI, I'rop'r,
Attached to the SAZERAC, i. neatly fitted up
and the fineet lunches, with HUT CUP t Eh
AND TEA, can alway. be obtained.
DROP IN AT THE SAZERAC!
myJSMl
BILLIARDS !
THE 002X23.
HAS Jl’ST RECEIVED NSWBILLIAK1
TABLES, with Dolany't latent Win
Cushions, and is to be kept as
A FIRST-CLASS SALOON.
GEO. TI1ACIIKR.) p,„,
CLAY blMitS, J Pwfr,rtor
a,If
SILVER BRICK SALOOnT
Dave Rosenberg. — - Proprietor.
THE OLD STAND HAS REEN REM01>
•led mod will hereafter be conducted us >■
FIRST-CLASS GERMAN SALOON,
on the San Francisco style.
W hile 1 have reduce ) the pnee o J liquor?
and cigar* to 1*2V; cent*, 1 shall dispense the '
SAM EQUALITY of both that 1 have here
tofore.
Constantly on hand to serve to onstc-mcr*
W(4«tiibah»rher, Schiekcn. California and
Oregon Haws; Wiener Knack U uratio, and
Cologne Sausage; ; looked Buffalo Tongue*;
Pig’s Feet: Sheep Tongues; ."ardincs: Lob
sters; Hollandisrhe Herring; Sardoilen, An
uhnvies, Neine Aagon, Scbweixer Case, Lim
bnrger, Gruner Krauter Case; Russian Cav
iar, etc., etc.
A specialty made of all kinds of FRESH
OYSTERS.
PRIVATE ROOMS for parties.
Boer and Liquor* ser.ed at table*,
MUSIC EVERY EVENING,
Se|>28tf
EL DORALO SALOON.
BILLIARD HALL AND TEN-PIN ALLEY
Two Doors Above Pox ton A Co's
Bowk.
Main Street, Eureka,
TINS SALOON HAS RBCENTLr BEEN
thoroughly refitted and refurnished, and
nocked with the
FINEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
THAT COULD HK OH CAIN ED.
It will be continued, as heretofore,
A Firit-Class Establishment in
Every Respect.
Every one is cordially invited to call.
LAGER BKEK, from the Philadelphia
Brewery of San Francisco, kept constantly
on hand.
jaAttf F. R. WITTKNB-iRG, Proprietor.
COURT EXCHANGE
Northeast Corner of Main and Bateman Sts.
EUREKA. X E V.
None eut the finest qualities
of liquors and the choicest brands ef
uigaia dispensed at the bar.
Connected with the establishment is a
Club It o o in
And a number et well-furnished card-rooms
for private parlies.
jalitf HANK KNIGHT. Proprietor.
ARCADE SALOON !
W. S. BOLAND, Pro’r,
South Main Street, JTureka, A’evada.
rjiHE BEST I IKS, THE VERY BEST, OF
Winw, Liquors nu<l Cigars
Passed over the ARCADE BAR.
—roa—
TWELVE and a HALE CENTS !
dl7-tf W.S. BOLAND.
Palace Saloon,
East Main atreet.
South of Wells, Fargo k Co.
UITHER (LAKH. Proprietor,
T| AS FITTED UP, IN THE BEST 8TYLE,
XJ the above Saloon, where he will keep
only the choicest brands of Liquors and Ci
gars. Call and be convinced,
Eureka. Sov. ltt, lwl. nov2Mf
J. B. KEEN.
Veterinary lurffeen.
Having had m years* Mfk
experience, I feel confident wVgjj.
in mvahiUUl to treat ruceesrftilly I
all .tiseosds peculiar to HORSES, AaO1' (
MULES and CATTLE.
I can be (blind at BI(hop k Carpenter’s I
stable, oa Meath Maia street etud . J
UItrELS. ETC.
TURNER HOUSE.
Havtxo aoaix ASSUMED control
■ f tli'abure estahli-hmi nt I am pre
pared in acconunudata all who may favor in.
with llieii patronage.
Th-* bouse is fo be immediately ovcihauled
and thoroaghlv renovated.
Alnt-class BILLIARD SALOON will ulso
be added.
Tlie Bur
Stock will comprise the choicest liquors, wines
and cigar obtainable in the San i runctsco
market. <
The Table
Will, nt all times, be supplied with every del
icacy of the season.
B. J. Ti lt A UK. Proprietor.
mrlo-tf
EUREKA HOTEL.
MAIN STREET,.EUREKA. NEV.
Mrs. Lucy Young, • - Proprietress
SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION'S TO ANY
Hotel in the town.
Spacious, elegant and well v ntilated
rooms, single and on fuito.
A First-class Res4 a Jr ant
In •* nnoction with the Hotel.
The depot COACH KS and ’BUSSES will
convey paaftenger* to and from the Hotel,
upon the arrival and d -parturo of train*.
n2ltr'
The Pioneer Rostaurant,
Opposite J. 8. Whitten's Stone Store. Main
Street. Kuroka.
GEO. P.
YY’li-1- DK i’LEAvKD TO SEE ALL lilt
▼ T old fri< nd* at hi* hou*e at any "me.
At the rhey will find
The Tables Sn-plied
with all the deheacie* tret ear: be obtained,
ami tin* ‘ i**ne. i ?'iall be «* well kept a* urn
Kostmuront in Kcrok*.
Give me h call and *ee h«*w entirely you will
be suited. i<*17
J. L. HI?*' KLKY. J. H. tAH K UO©|
PARKER HOUSE,
EUREKA. XEV.
Hinckley &. Lock^cod, Proprietors
ryiIE KOOKS ALE SIMOK IS AND
A supplied with Spring I-ods throughout.
no; K a k
Is furnished with the finest Liquors and
Cigar* ihn’ean be i>un-h&.'*«><«.
\ I'itsPcIass K('stHnr>int «»»i tin
I'irsl floor.
The l’alisstie, Hamilton, Austin. Tybo and
Deiuumt tuugcs, ail snip at this iLs.ims.
_jH-pltt_
DOCK’S.
X WOULD IIKSPKCTFULLY INFOItM M \
friends in Lcreka and liobv lliil, and th
public in general, that 1 buve leaded th
Parker Hcuss Restaurant,
And will conduct the «amo
As a First-Class Satiny-house
11 oj irg to rooeive a *hiir« of patronage. an*i
apaariag :r.v friends awi th-; public that i
will do all in u.y power to please.
M ;.S. J.No. A.
Pioche Daily llecord cop>. i>£»Jn
Hurrah for the Railroad!
BILLY GILLEN TO THE FBONI
Board, $7 a 'Ricci:; Singly Hlealu
37 1-2 Cccis.
Sliver Brick Motel,
South Main street, K.-reka.
and a»fter Noy« n.bor. 1, tho nbovt
prices will be charged ut the Silver lirick.
o24tf U .VI. (H t.i.l.-N, Froprietor.
MMXAUOML HOTEL.
MAIN STREET.EUREKA, XEV.
Mrs. D. H. HALL, Proprietress.
Accommodations unsurpassed in
Eureka. Elegant and well >eniilated
rooms.
JL Fine Dining Sail
In connection with the astahlishmunt.
_nIOtf_
AMERICAN CHOP HOUSE.
Sprando & B&llich, : : Proprietors.
Corner of Main and Clark it*.
— , o 1 HTKHN RE( eivep
/ilPk DAILY by oxiirou, in .bell and
(y ^S#C“«AM E andF1SII
alwayi on hand. 7^**
Meals at all Hours.
Pleads call and try Sprando’* cooking, and
bo ratidlicd.
niitf SPRANDO A RAI.LICH.
GEORGE YOUNG.
Gunsmith and Cutler
Begs to inform the c
public that hw has ro
u'.orrd from hi? old ittand, n«*ar
tho Silver I*rick .saloon, to tho
opposite aide, on Main street, _
next to 1*. Mnnhoim’s store, wh^re he will be
happy to receive the patronage of bis former
easterners. We also informs the public that
he has
IONMTANTLY O* IIAMI
The tineet ami largest assortment
GUNS ANlTPISTOLS
Of livery 1* a tern.
Alan, ammunition, and (vary other article io
the sporting line.
A large assortment of
U iwleuluiliu'a Cutlery, RuK-hera'
looln, CaliluruiH-mmle
( arvlngheto, Kaien,
And all other good, pertaining to this line, at
the lowest figures.
Repairing done with neatness and dispatch,
charges reasonable.
Eureka. Fob. 17th. Iu74. fnlS-tf
ANNUAL MEETING.
Notice.—the annual meeting ok
the stockholders of the I’henix Silver
Mi ing Company will beheld on .MONDAY,
the THIRD DAY of APRIL, A. D. I*7d. at
•he company’s office. Room -JH. No. 41». Cali
fornia street,Sar F rancisco.California, at the
hour of one o’clock r. u. of said day, for tho
purpose of electing a Board o* Directors to
serve lor the ensuing year, and for the trans
action of snv other business that may prop
erty come before the meeting,
JOSEPH MAGUIRE, Secretary.
mri7-td
SOCIETIES.
Eureka Lodge,No. 16, F. & A. M.
JV Tt? Stated Com nni mentions of Eu
JVvV^reka Lodge, No. Id, F. A. M., will
^^✓VVue bold id Masonic Lull, on every
Nfcr Saturday on or preceding the full
noon in each ruontb.
railed CoinLjnications every Saturday
Evening.
Mouthers of sister lodge*, and sojuirmng
o^ethr n in good standing, tie cordially in
7i -ed to atterd.
JOHN GILLESPIE, W.M.
II. JoiixaoH. Secretary. 1 Vjol‘2
3t. John's Chapter. Nr. 5. Llcyal Arch
Masons.
TWK STATED COMM UN 10 A- *****
l TiONS ofst. John** fhaptci. No. ^
\ . A. M„ will be held in MA- *Vr.y
-?»N1C HALL, on the* Second and T‘
fourth WEDNESDAY EVENINGS of each
uonth, railed Communication* op all other
Wednesday evenings.
All Koval Arch Mason* in good standint
i ir*« cordially inrited to attend.
T\ E. DAILY, M. P.
W. Wfrmt/th, Sncrctnry. n»v!4
X. Om .€>* WS:
IjM’RKK A LODGE. NO. T2
fj moots Every JTll!KSDA\ •*, & ,%V_
BYEV,NG,
tri OPD FKXAOWS’ HALX-.
At 8 o'clock p. m. Alt member* in good
standing are cordially invited to attend.
J. \V. 111 .S', N.G.
Dr^U. C. T#hvy. Secretary. lO-ai7
lv. ol'I*7
1)»:u.i u I.OIMiK, ><>. 7. M.of I*..
} h«Jd* regular c«»nv■••ntions i!»e *•*<■ lid and
fo.irtli MON DAY EVENING of oech month
nt 7:0 c’clock, sharp, at Os • Rstle It all, in
the aew Ma-*«*nic Hull. All sojourning mem
ber* in good standing are •urdially invited
to attend.
W. II. ST-»WELL. C. C.
Ch.us. L. Droy, K. of !*. an is.
Evr« l a.. N fiv., dan. .'4, 1E7 ». 2-t-1f
A. O. XX..
'IMIK A. O. D. iikwi *'v'*ry *ir*t and third
I ftA *’l KD V FVKMMJ oi‘ »,aoh month,
\t S o'.k!<k*'k, at rho corner of Clark and
Monroe sireofF, until further noliiv*.
j 11»>!*. ilAl.FY. i‘i*o.«i(W\
.1 khkvuh Sri.».tv \x. Secretary. ac7
ReMlcali Chanty Degree. L0.0.F.
IU1F. l: !-:cr I. Alt M EKTtX<»> OK Till
I Kehe’> al. Clmritv Deere.. Lodge. I.O. *<.
r'„ will he held in thu ' dd Fe.l <»v* llall.
••n the and bird Fi.lDAic* of eacl
month, a: 7,’t* -lock r. m.
W. 11. I >A YEN FORT. N. <1.
1>.\X. XaTM vx, S ‘c*y. '*-tf
CARSON L. 0. L.. No. 121,
MI. El'S Al THE MASON’S llAl.E, El
<<n lh> Ui?» at.il 'il.ir.i W vilii
iavs '■( et*< li nii.r.lk at 7 tt alael, **. M.
Ji SKl'A 'I IMU1.EY, \V. M.
A O. M'Ki'Kin, \V. S. o-itf
EUREKA GUARDS.
v i
3 ATTENTION. COMPANY! I
it ti
Heiu i aii vutii.vii h i. uhii.e k\
El.Y UlUi.SHAY KUMMI, al 7
rV.ocl. xliarp.
tn> Hi l„ H. KEI.EY, Eapfiiin.
RUBY HILL WATER WORKS
Capacity of Tanks 152.COO Gallon.
ALL NOW FULL.
UFAia Wll.R lil. Ft KNISHKF) IN
Ti d by Jiill. many d >irwi quia.ri.ios, at
ill fi*»i*o f of thu ye«r, m: a uniform rat.- and
• ovtoi than • t be j’lruMie l from an> other
'(••ire©. V ater dclivennl twice dwiiv to i> i
• ate f milL-s, n.iuer.-** cabin*. *a!oonr. etc.
ticket* rttiniimr fromi ti1 * t.» Vi cent* m>i<*e
•rill o Fold al rh* office of the coiupany on
aibr Hill, by \V. 11. MlLLEL, *>ui*orin*
endonL
W. B. H \KHUB Pronrintor.
•*« *__ _
«-«■. m '.'uiuunv ■■naMBHnHHiMBMKMWvi
j DR.A.B. SPINNEY,
Ti.cCfclcJratfccJbptc.ai.St, 4 \
Well k.* wn n« found;t of the Montreal (('. I
E ,i Medical 111*11111.0 and !i «; iiopnebor of i
ti. -i'l.. .n l-.\ VliiLil IN Fl KM A I* Y, v,. u
uio».tr apet.fully iimuiii h.i yoieii^r umI ii< -
Hill vt.d t<;i ia iy that Jo b lit coutinu h i >
tre.it ebron c and private d.««u»o w;«.n uw- !
IfcM &Uciid success.
LADIE3 AND GENTLEMEN.
\ l»mm mbvr, U*ai prucras«*ua;*ou *- Uic nxn.i j
of tf 0*0, Ml
C 3ME AKD BE HEALED !
It nutters vii.kt jo..r iiii-u. * -y La,
come and Lt the D»»ctiir t-xmnitie j-’in <»w>
1» willco.it you no.hiug tor Commit.. on, so
please cull a*ul ftf»tu».y joiu.> lvc« wliAlwr tbc
iJootor inwh rntiuals your case. If h can emu
you be will tell you no; if not. he w ll U !l you
that, for he will u.»t undertake a uu*«.*a
l*e ia uiUijtuait of effecting a cure. •
YOUNG MEN!
Who mo/ ho auiiei.Dg fiom the effectn of
yonthiiil lodi.a or luu »c.ret!o:», will <1oh. .1 to
a%ail theiiudcea of thin, tlu great’.st b on
ever laid at toe altar of autferuir hunuunly.
DK. hi'lXXl.V vi iguaruuue to foifi it llvc
huiahrd dotLirs for every Case of *em uul
weakncM or private diacHHe of any kind or
character which he undertake* and ta.ie to
cure. He Would therefore, twy loth*’ mi.ortu
nate suffer, r who may read this notice, that
you are treading upon dangerous ground when
you longer d. i «y in seeking tne inoperremedy
for your compiaiut You may l>u in the lirst
stage-remember you are aporonening the
last. If you arc bordering upon the hu*t, and
ar e suffering some or ail of it* evil eff.cu, re
member tliat if you obaMuately persist m pro
crastination. the time must come when ti:e
niost skillful physician can render )vu no
aneMtance; when the dr»or of ho^e v :l be
cIomnI against you: when no angel of mercy
can bnug you relief. In no cam-; bus the
Doctor failed of success. Th. n let not <1* spair
work itself upon your kna^ination. but avail
yourself of the beneficial results of his
treatment before your case is beyond the
reach of medical skill, or b. fore grim death
hurries you to a premature grave.
MIDDLE-AGED MEN! 4
There are many of the ace of thirty to sixty
who are troubled with too frequent evacuation
of the blaibi-r, often accoiniiauied by a alight
smarting or burning sensation, and a weaken
ing of the syste m in a manner the patient can
not account for; on examining the urinary
deposits a ropy sediment will often be found,
ami sometimes small particles of albumen
will appear, or the color will be of a thin And
milkish hue. again changing to a dark and
torpid appearance. There are many men \. ho
die of tliis difficulty, ignorant of the cause,
which is the second stage of seminal w. ak
lu st. Dr. S. will cuarant e a perfect cire in
all such cases, ami a healthy restoration -A the
genito-unrinary organs. |
N. B.—Only an interview required in a
majority of cases; balance of tr«.alin«nl can
be conducted at home without interruption of
busiut-ss. All letters or communications,
strictly confidential
! Office Hours—10 to 1,2 to 4, and 7 to 8. .Sun
days, from 2 to 4 only. Consultation, Free.
Thorough examination and advice, c5.U). i
j Office, No. 188 SOUTH 0 STKEET. Vir
ginia City, where he will be pleased to consult
with all who may be suffering, from Chronic
or Special Disroots. ^
%*|HW
BAntonio Ferraris,
PBiCTIt'AL
BOOTMAKER.
MAIN STREET, EUREKA,
A fow doors above Odd Fellows’ Hall.
T'HE BEST OF FITS MADE OUT OF THE
X best of material, turned out ot this shop,
Ladies’ Work
Made to order and guaranteed to (It.
Fronch dressing (or ladies’ and children’s
•hoes kept on band.
dPU ANTONIO FERRARIS.
PROFESSIONS! AL.
t s'T.n'».iarr -■■-•.•i'... ■ >—' -■ - i r. itt f.f
A. C. KI8H0P. 1). C. CRAM.
DRS. BISHOP A CRAM,
T)HYNI«TANN A W I* MIMJKOffS.
X Office on .Main street, opposite Paxton k
Co’s Bank, Eureka. fliitf
J. M. BAILKY,
DENTIST lli in t IN THE Sil
ver Brick Lodging-hour e. North Main
street, Kitr- ka. fI'2tf
>. II. HIM,KOIXI. 11. H4VKSP0RT
HILLHorsR A DAVKNPORT,
Attorney* at i, a tv. office in
til- Odd Fellow-.’ new building, up stairs,
.iooms I and 2, Eureka. Nevada. el l
.1. K. NHAFKR,
Attorney at i.aw. office up
siair? in Masonic buildii g. d'.’tf
G. W. BAKER.
Attorney a t i. a tv a>i>
NuTAKY PUBLIC. Office in Dick
uyiand’s Brick Budding, Biueuvn streot,
Eureka, Nevada. >«11
C. HAMILTON, D. D. S..
Dentist. 1 it>orvj<« • Five doors
south oi rhi? iSkstixki. otfice, 2*
• >uol struct, Eureka. fit I T
THUS. WHEN,
ATTOItM-Y AT liAW.
Main Street, frureka, Nevada.
_ ib-if _
THOMAS J. HEAD,
(iiviL hr;uanj»s. s. i>ep
> i;ty Minurnl Surveyor. Office in Ky
«iimFs Brick building*, on tu- corner of Buel
• nd I'atwiiian streets, upstair*. myl4
. 0. HI KSaRD. c. j. i.ansimo.
LANSING A HUBBARD.
A TTDUXI YS AT I.AW. BKACTICK
1\ in all Courts in this State.
t . («. liiibbnnl ... Notary Public.
Mticu in KvlanT* Brick Building, Bateman
street, lviroka. Acv.
__ uujrl*_
(iISO. VV. MICK KILL,
VTrOKXKY AT I.AH’. D3HTRICT
Attorney tor Eureka count), and N’o
ary 1‘Mblk
Office in the Court-boose. o2*»tf
M. ROCEMAN, M. D.
I > II V * I 4 I A X. Nl AC
I couth ur, *taulist and Aurist.
G raduat * o;' tli*• JinjuTml Mwlicnl foljoffg
•f i\ i!r*HW, t'olund, nod of s ho Pacific Medi
al Cullog . of San f ra cisco.
Gffi o on i lurk giro t. formerly occupied by
nstice I . M. Beatty. »• iT2-G
...sas mssssss.bbbbb
To the Unfortunate.
JfKW IllinKDIKh! XfcU ki:jii:i>idi!
DR. GIBBON’S DISPEN
6Aui, >0. ii£i IvKAlt.\ V ST.,
corner of Commercial, San Fran
cisco. Private entrance on Corn
on nial street. Established ia
imi, lor the iroatment o» Sexual and Sc oinaJ
Diseases such as Gonorrhe a, Gleet. Stricture,
"yphilis in all its forms, Seminal Weakness,
Impoteney, etc. etc. Skin diseases of )ears’
-landing. >iud Ulcerated Legs, etc., succtMgful
ly treated.
I)u. <11 EBON has the pleasure of anroun
c*mg that ho has returned from visiting the
principal hospitals of Europe, and has re
quired practice.
The Doctor has spared neither time not
at ney in '‘coking out new remedies, and has
returned with increased facilities for the all*,
viatiojt of human suffering.
MCIU i llltl HSHkliea.
Seminal emission is the consequence o*' self
ahiise. This solitary vice, or depraved s. xuai
indulgence, is practiced by the youth of both
sexec to an almost unlimited ex-toot, undue
ing with unerring certainty the folio-ring
train of morbid symptoms, unless combated
by scientific medical measures, rSx.: fallow
countenance, dark spots under the oy« s, pa<o
in the head, ringing in the oars, noise like the
rustling of leaves or rattling o! chariots, un
easijiesi* about the loins, weakness of the
limb#, confused vision, blunted intellect, loss
of confidence, diffidence in approaching si ran
cor.-, a dislike to form new acquaintance*. a
disposition to shun society, loss of memory
pimple? and various eruptions about the face
hectic dashes, furred tongue, loetid breath
• oughs, consumption, night sweats, monoma
nia, and frequently insanity. If relief bo not
obtained, you should uppl> immediate!), ei
thcr in person or by lottor, and have a cure
elfccled by his now and scientific mode ol
treating this disease, which never tails ol
effecting a quick and radical euro.
< areii at lloiuc.
Persons at a distance may be l I KKl) AT
llU.ML, by addressing a lettoi to DU. GIB
.ION, stating ease, symptoms.length of time
the disease has continued, and have medicine
promptly for warded, free from damage and
curiosity, to any part of the couutr), with
full and plain directions for uso.
My inclosing Ten Dollars coin in a regis
tered letter through the I’ostoffice, or
through W ells, Fargo & Co’s, a package of
ncdicine will bo forwarded to Hny part of the
I 11 i Oil.
Persons writing to tho Doctor will please
•rate the name o! the paper thoy see this ad'
vertisement in.
All communications strictly confidential.
Address DiL J. F. GIBBON,
Box 19.77, San Francisco, ralifornia.
iyl Iv
NOTICE.
r|X> MOrniCE IUHTNK'IT. PATRICK
1. (lebbony, Martin (Filar*. John 'Ijlduy,
I*. Finn of an. or their aruut<*c*: You nr«
hereby noli Hod that i have i<**i ormed la» or
oh th t Morning .'fc#.r mine, sir-un-d »-n Ad
am* Hill, in Loraka Mining iii*trict. Kurvka
count*, Nevada, to the amount of tbo legal
a*8e«‘*niont work on *iiM min**, a* *ot opi<»
*n • (ho respective intcr.-sts. according to th©
law <>• Congre-s oi iho t tilted Matos, ap*. i
nroved May 1 >, W72, and the saver*I arts
auioiidu'ory thereof and supplementary
thurto. £aid miue is owned as follo w.*:
Feet, Amount.
Mou-iee Hartnett.200 $20 00
I a trick Uibnoy.*00 JO 00
Martin (Filar*.2 4) 25 00
John (iiiduy. M..^I.'4) 15 00
Patrick Finnegan.14) 15 00
William Crowley—undorMgncd...150 15 00
'1 lfat imF-as within ninety days you pay
vour proportion of snid amount your int rost
in said mine will b«comu mv property.
WILLIAM chowlky.
Eureka, Ker., Jan. d, I87t». jet-bud
W.P, HASKELL & Co.,
UNDERTAKERS.
Ur 11.1, KEEP ON HAND AN ASSORT
munt of
2o*ewoo4 Caskets of Every S;ylc,
Coffin Trimmings, Etc.
ao- Kii norats .attended to with promptness
,nd all the aigaSgonicnte nmde with’oaro ai d
ttention. rnToo door* north ot i'cxton A
,V« Hank. Miin atroot. Eureka. iUlilb
EDWARD CASEY,
Fashionable Tailor.
Has removed tothk north- ^»a
wekt corner of Main and Bate
i man streets, above Hweeney’s stable. If J
where ho will keep constantly on hand —1a
Cloths or the Latost Patterns,
And a compute a**ortmoi>t of ,11 kind* ot
TAILORING GUOD8. Keeping fully posted
in regard to tho latest style*, 1 am onabled at
all times to serve my nitrons with TASK- I
ION AHI.K GARMENTS.
All work guaranteed, and PRICES TO
SUIT THE TIMES. No tniafits allowed to ;
leave th. shop. ndOtf |
PATENT A PPL iCA TIO N&.
Application for Patent.
For a Mill Slte
NOTICE NO. 321.
Eureka. Nevuda^arch*! ,<»
AXOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN’’i®*
ixl tho Richmond Mining (vf? TlUT
Nevada, a corporation existing „,,ipa"S' of
virtue or tho laws of the vand bj
has this day. by Thomas Wron'it/ ?e,,ada
thorixed agent, whoso iKisto®e* .aa“ly ,a
hnroka. Nevada, bled its it
patent for five acres as a mill «£!, f-Vua fori
ing and being in Eureka M rd„iltWla'>1'
county of Eureka and State mil?* district,
known nnd designated by the fi:„u“da' «i«l
Ottieial pint nn tile in this offieouVm'v
unmrveyed lands. as *-<>tAo. H?,
The exterior boundaries^ ,„;i , . ,,
being ns follows, to-wit: 'ai“ Lot No. fi#.
Variation lti% dy east
post marked No. 1, p, ga®,a<‘nemp atn
whence tho flagstaff in n-|ia,
bears at 12 dg 20 m W 2,232 q to1.! Eureka
west corner of tho Richmond vr1- north
puny of Nevada Refinery L'om
177 4-10 ft; Uiei.ce running firttX,!?.8 ® dg E
dg K 704 ti-10 ft to post marka/°J?,(18
Survey No. IKt; thence secondco«ri'c2l,P' S*
VV SOI ft to post marked No. 8
No. 00; thence third course N T J’urvov
to post marked No. 4, U. s. Surra, v,>®5
thence fourth course N PU W me .*• *®!
marked No. 5, II. S. Survey No. DO sXiS^H
lilta course N 81- dg K 200 It, to pla«
ginning, containing five acres. 01 w
Any and all persons claiming adver»l..
portion ot aaid Mill Site as herlnflL1”5
described, are required to JU*kSf
adverse . claim with the RenTm, -
the I nitcd Stutes Band ufK1 ?.r „01
reka, in the State of Nevada, durin.
sixty days period of publication herfoU,
they will be barred by virtue ei the diSi.
ions ot the Statute. * pt(,,lF
lur2-tl0d_1LB. I.MMEL, Register.
Application for Patent.
For a Mill Site.
NOTICE NO. 322.
V. S. Lajip Okktcf.,
Eureka, Nevada, March ! lffi
Notice is heukiiy given ’that
the Kichmor.d .Mining Company 0| \*
vada, a corporation exi>t‘.ng under ami hr
virtue of the laws of tho Mate of N«.Vw*;
has tbi« day, by Thymus Wren, its duly »«.'
r homed agent, whose postoffice addrwi
Eureka, Nevada, tiled i;.« application fa .
patent for five acres as a mill siu», aitaate
lying and being in Eureka Minins l-btriV
<*ounty of Em( kii and State of Nevada, n’
known and designated by the field Dote#mi
•dh ial plat on file in this office a.- Lot No.91
in nns'irvcy«d land*.
'1 ho ext rior boundar es of s iid Lot No. m
b.-ir'R as oliuws, to-wit:
Variation Id * dg E: commencing at a post
marked No. 1. lT. S. Survey No. HI. tho s«»,e
being post No. 1 of survey N o. 90 mill site !
Mirvcy, whence the flaastMff in the tows of
• iroka bears N 1‘2 dg J m \t 2.2KI f«et, and
1 the northwest co in *r o' the Richmond Minin*
( onnoiny »»t Nevada u» finery bears S27dr K
177 4-10 !>: thence running first course N 8\
is W 17.* ft, to post marked No. 2. R. S. Sor
v«y No. til; thence second course N Hl%dg |
1* toO ft, to post marked > o. U. S. Survey
i no. HI; thence thire* eouise S4SdgK27ift,
to post marked No. 4. W S, Purvey No.91:
thence fourth course S 32 dg 2‘t m W 5*31*19
ft, to post on the eastern boundary of said
survey N o. i0, m a r - ed N o. 5,1’. S. Surrey
No. M, and thence ti th course N lf*/4 dg Hr
•*m >10 ft. to place of lo ginning, containing
five acres.
Any and all person" claiming adversely any
portion of said Mill >ite a# herein,
bvfoie described, are required to file
their adverse claim with the Register
of the I’nitd States Land Office, at
Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the
sixty daya period ot publication hereof, or
they will be burred by virtue of the provis
ions of th** Statute.
tnrt!-'A)d It. II. IMMEL, Register.
Application for hn\.
For ft Mill Site.
no. m
U. S. Eajip Or.no*.
Eureka, Nevada, March 1,IIW.
Notice is hekkhy given that
the Hichmond Mining Company ot Ne
vada. a corporation e xisting under ond by
virtue ot the law* ot'tbo State of Nendo,
has thi«dny, by 'i hotnas Wren, it* duly *u
thorix d ng nt, who* • i*>*t office address i*
Eureka. Nevada. fil'd it* applh-Htiun for»
parent for five acr* as a mill site, situate,
lying and being in Eureka Mining IfirPM.
county of Eureka aryl Sfate of Nevada* sod
known and decimat'd by tho field notes ipi
official plat on. lib in this cilice as Lot No.‘J2.
in unsvrvevcd land*.
The ext-rior buumhirios of said Lot No. 9!
being as follow «, f-wit: j
Variation Irt1.* du east; commencing at»
post marked No. 1 U. S. Survey No. 92, the
«unie being j*'«t No t of survey No. HI. null
site survey, ivb'r.e * the flflg'taff in the tnwp
of Eureka bear* \ 22 dg 41 iu W 2,400 ft. and
the nurtliwo.-t ooi nor ot the hichmond Minis*
Com pan v of Novml* Lelinery bears*> Tldg
W ;:vo 0 10 it; tb«*ncn running first course 8
_'•> dg.»7 in E do* Uio ft to post marked No. t
1. S. Sur.ev No. 142; thonc* second eoure 8
.%V * dg »V :f7'»»t. t« post nmrVed No. 8, t.S.
Survey No. V*4: them third course S US d*
K 100 tt. to post market No. 4. IT. S. Jurvry
No. HJ; thence fourth course S Ml1* dgh Id
ft, to post marked No.I . S. Survey No. "2.
tho sunn* being post No. 2 of survey Nn.;0;
I i hence fifth course N 14'* dg W 2 1 JUlOlt.t*'
post marked No. «», I . S. Survey N<kH2, tho
nm« b« ing 11 st No. .*> of survey No. HI. *i"*
thence sixth mure N fig <ig 2-H m K 5W M0 it.
t ) id ce of lo ginning, containing five acres.
Any and all persons claiming adversely *py
portion of said Mill Site ** ocrHn
I'cfora described, are required h> f'
thoir adverse claim with the
ter of the United States L*nd t»Uico
at Eureka, in the Mute of Nevmis. ‘lining
the sixty days* period of piiblicsfo-n to rc< 1,
or they will be barred by virtue j j lhcpro
visions of the Statute. I), d. Ly***“J"
mrt-«0d '■
Application for Patent
For 11 Mill Site.
NO. :ui.
U. 8. 1***0 Ornr*.
Eureka. Nevada. March I. •
VTOTICE IS 11KUITUY cl IVES[ W
tbo Kichmoml Mining / ompsny .„/!* bi
vail*, a corporation exiatin* unJffrNil,,Bi11
virtue of thu law* *>l th" State of »
h*a thi* day. yy TTioina* \V rcn. it* >j •
thrlHucd aircnt. whom noMntHee ‘ddress
Eureka, Nevada, tiled il* aMldieonon IM»
patent for ivo acre* a* a null *iw.»{«“
lyiua and bourn in Eureka Minina <rt|
enunty of Eureka and State ot N“”,11 and
known and desianated by th* Held n ^
olbcinl plat on rtl«* in tt is ottico as Lot *
in unsurveyed land*. , ., , , v n
Thoex’erior boundaries of said Eot
being as follow*, to-wit: «t s
Variation in'., da east; commenclnit »>
l>0*t. marked So 1. I . >. Survey No- • 4
*nine boinit post No. 4 of vur. o' No. • .
i o*t No. I «' survey No. W, ml I site * a,
wbenao the fla»*taif In th town of t .. .
bear.N fid* Hu. W ftOu ft. and benorW
west eortior of the Richmond . ^inLr‘* r."j '
oanv of Nevada Meflnory building ”r v-’ai.
de-^m W JBMML10 ft; thonce running’
dsr w 27» ft to post marked No. li. b. • • ° ..
▼•y No »1 the saum Mr.g p«> '« ? °j ■ *
h. i T#y No. 91; thorn • •
h 40 . I. to pc St 't'*i
No. 98; thence r! i » ur
to post marko! No. L. 1
thonce fourth ' v
post marked No. • •>
eabeing . < • n •
92: and then. .* I h* ,„g
Hltf 8-10 ft, to plao on
fire aero*. i..aarBd.lt »P7
Any and al it- '* beroitbe
portion oi -:nd , *0 file
t'"' drcribi'd, V pKi»
tb.i ad. u-o u Office
*er ; tie \ ‘i. Tthe
jm. i: .. Tfa ggasr
ions * the Matt
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