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. EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
rr-1-rrrr..-;^=-- -:-:-: EUREKA, HAMILTON and P10C1IE STAGE LINE. <j I Inter A Nnll.bnry, Proprietor.. Connecting with the eureka and Palisade Railroad. Leaves Eureka for Hamilton every morning at 7 o’clock. Leaves Hamilton for Pioehe evory alternate day, Sundays included. Leaves Hamilton for Eureka overy day. Leaves Pioehe for Hamilton and Eureka every alternate day, at 8 a. m„ Sundays in cluded. Carrying U. S. Mail and Wells, Fargo A Co’s Express. Fine American horses and new Concord coaches. Omco at Wells, Fargo A Co’s. mrl5-tf ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Eureka consolidated mining Company.—Location of principal place of business, San Francisco, California; loca tion of works. Eureka Mining District, Eu reka county. Nevada. Notice ir hereby given, that at a meeting of the Directors, held on the first—1st—day of March, 1878, an assessment—No. 1—of one —tl—dollar per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable im mediately in United States gold coin to the Secretary, at the office of the company. Room 87, Nevada Block, No », Montgom ery street, San Francisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on Wednesday, the filth —5th—day of Ap'il, WS, will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, will be sold on TUESDAY, the twenty-fifth- '25th— day ot April, 1878, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with the eosts ol adver tising and expenses of sale. W. W. TRAYLOR, Secretary. Office—Room No. iff, Nevada Block, No. 309 Montgomery street, San Francisco, Cali fornia. mar7-td Assessment Notice. JACKSON MINING COMPANY-LOCA tion of principal place of business, San Francisco, Calliornia Location of works. Eureka District. Eureka county, Nevada. Notice is hereby giver, that at a meeting of the Directors held on the 25th day of Feb ruary, 1878, an assessment-No. 8—of fifty aents per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immedi ately in United States gold coiu, to the Seero tary, at the office of the Company, Boom 4, 408 California street, San Francisco; Cali fornia. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 29th day of March, 1878, will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction; and i nless payment is made beforo will be sold on W KL<N ESDA Y, the 19th day of April, 1878, to pay the delin quent assessment, together with costs of ad ' vertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Directors. WM. P. SHAW, Secretary, Office, Boom No. 4, 408 California, street, San Francisco, Cal. f29td I STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. JACKSON MINING COMPANY - EU reka district Eureka county, Nevada.— The annual meeting uf the stuck holders of the above named company, for the election of Trustees to serve the ensuing year, and the transaction of such other business as may properly come bcloreit, will bo held on MON DAY, March 27th, 187rt, at the hour uf half past twelve—I2:8l>—o’clock. p. on that dsy, at the office uf the company, Koom 4, 408 Cali fornia street, San Francisco, California, Transfer books will be closed from the24th day of March, 187H, until ufterthe meeting, mrlo-td W M. P. SllAW. .Secretary. MINING TAX. Notice is hereby given that the taxes on the proceeds of the mines of Eureka county lor the quarter ending December 81.1875, are now due and payable ai my office, and hat the law with regard to the collection of tho same will be strictly un forced. J. CROWELL. Assessor of Eureka county. Eureka. Nevada, Feb. 14. 1874 fl3tmar2S DAVID LUN1YBOM AMATEK. Office: lain street. 0|>|iosUe (lie Pio neer fitcatnurnut. ••“Accurate assays guaranteed. A SMALL ADVANCE FROM MY FOR MEK very low rates will be charged in the future, though fees will still be kept reasonable as possible. Strangers are required to pay in advance. Burek a. August 22. 1878. au28-tf B. B. POBD. 1 r. B. bktsoldb. > 2VANS, Agent. •Uf'l. work. ) UPOND, REYNOLDS & CO., Importers and Jobbers of VINES ANB LIQUORS, 312 California St-, San Francisco. tar Sole Agents for Pacific Coast for G. 0. Blake's E«urnon County Whiskies sfl.tf r. a. HAEJttOsr, riODNTY CLERK, AND EX-OFFICIO Ly Clerk of the District Court of the Sixth F udicial District, in and for the County ol Eureka, State of Nevada. CONVEYANCING, tn all Its branches correctly executed. Ao mow lodgments. Affidavits, etc., taken in any »art of the town. Office: F'roat corner room at the Court louse, dtl-Sm Wholesale Liquor House '• In W bitten'* Stone Bat Ming, Hein Street, Eureka. Having just retured from the Ext, after purchasing a Urge and SELECT STOCK OF (gjjg WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, I am competent of not only competing with the Eureka merchants, but alike with San Francisco travelers. 1 will also be able to furnish mlooon-keepers with O i* o n lc Beer, On and after June 1st. I say nothing hut whet I am willing to guarantee. COME AND SEE FOR YOUR SELF. HENRY KIND. Proprietor. ielO-mytt United States Hail Line BETWEEN JkUSVXXr AND EUX8HA. FlUR-HOURSE COACHES, CARRYING passengers and Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Ex press, connecting at Austin with the stage to the railroad, and making close connection at Euraka with Woodrulf and Ennor'a line to Hamilton. Stages leave Eureka on W'ednesday, Friday and Monday mornings, at t o'clock. Stages leave Austin every Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday morning, at« o'clock. w9 Passengers by this line will be furnish ed excellent meals at the Willows Station, where ample time will be given tor dinner gach way. J. A. WILSON, Proprietor. Offce at tha Parker Hoose, Eureka. MS 1. L JIUKKUT. Agext i SA LOOMS. FRANK’S SALOON! JOS. MENDES, Prop’r. ^yrnOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. All kinds of Soda Drinks, flavored with the following EXTRACTS.constantlyon hand: Sarasparilla, Sherrbet, Pear, Black borry, Ambrosia, Orgeat, Lemon, Rose, Nectar, Orange, Milk Punch, Hock. Vanilla, IceCream, Claret, (linger, Coffee Cream, Mint, Strawberry, Oho’late creamCatawba. I’ine Apple, Grecian Bend, Wild Cherry Rasp berry and Don’t Care. E£NO and CLUB ROOMS! Money to loan on collateral or approvod business paper. _27-mhH_ THE SAZERAC SALOON, Min Strkkt. Eurkka, SMITH A ( AXAVAX. PROP'S. BEFITTED and REFURNISHED! Making it one of the most attractive places in Eureka. The Billiard Parlor, Attached to the SAZEH AC, is the finest bil liard room in town, containing the newest and most improved tables. The Lunch Stand, WM. J1RI, Prop'r, Attached to the SAZERAC, is neatly fitted up, and the finest lunches, with HOT UOl’I Eli AND TEA, can always be obtained. DROP IN AT THE SAZERAC! my'JMt BILLIARDS ! THE CORNER HAS JlTST RECEIVED NEW BILLIARD TABLES, with Delany's Cutout Wirt Cushions, and is to be kept as A FIRST-CLASS SALOON. GEO. TIIACllER. 1 p. . CLAY SIMMS, / Proprietors aplB SILVER BRICK SALOON. Dave Rosenberg, - — Proprietor. 1HIE OLD STAND HAS BEEN REMOD •led and will hereafter bo conducted au * FIRST-CLASS GERMAN SALOON, on the San Francisco style. While 1 have reduce ! the pne* o 1 liquors and cigars to 12*4 cunts, 1 shall dispense the SAM EQUALITY of both that 1 have here tofore. Constantly on hand to servo to customers: Westphalischer, Schinkon, California end Oregon Hams; Wiener Knack Wurstle, and liolngne Sausage; Smoked Buffalo Tongues; Fig’s Feet: Sheep Tonguos; tMtrdine*: Lob sters- liollapdisuhe Herring; Sardellen, An chovies, .\eine Augen, Schwoizer Case, Lim burger, Gruner KrauterCaso; Russian Cav iar, etc., etc. A specialty made of all kinds of FRESH OYSTERS. PRIVATE ROOMS for parties. Beer and Liquors sor/ed at tables, MUSIC EVERY EVENING. •ep'Jhtf EL DORADO SALOON. BILLIARD HALL AND TEN-PIN ALLEY T«. Doors Above Pax ton A ( o'. Bank. Main Street, Eureka, a’HTS SALOON HAS RECENTLY BEEN thoroughly refitted and refurnished, and stocked with toe FINEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIUAI1S THAT COULD BE OBTAINED. It will be continued, a> heretofore, A First-Class Establishment in Every Respect. Every one ia cordially invited to call. LAGER BBEK, from tho I’hiladd >hia Brewery of Wan trancisce, kept constantly on hand. jaJltf F. R. WITTEN B-JRG, Proprietor. COURT EXCHANGE Northoast Corner of Main and Bateman Sta. EUREKA. NBV. None eut the finest qualities ot liquors and the choicest brand, of cigats dispensed at the bar. Connhrtod with the establishment is a Club R o o in And a number et well-furnished cacd-rooms for private parties. jalltf HANK. KNIGHT, Proprietor. ARCADE SALOON! IV. B. BOLAND, Pro’r, South Haiti Street, Eureka, Nevada. TIBS BEST! YES, THE VERY BEST. OF Wlnea, Uqmnand ( Ivan Passed over the ARCADE BAR. —ro«— TWELVE and a HALF CENTS Z dl7-tf W. S. BOLAND. Palace Saloon, East Main street, South of Wells, F'arge A Co. LUTHER CLARK. Proprietor, HAS FITTED IIP, IN THE BEST STYLE, tho above Saloon, where he will keep only the choicest brands of Liquors and Ci gars. Call and be convinced. Eureka, Nov. in, 1K71. nov2t-tf J. B. KEEN, Veterinary Burgeon. Having had .17 years* /OK experience, I feel confident gWlgCVL in my ability to treat successfully 1 all diseases peculiar to HORSES, P3*«w MULES and CATTLE. I can be found at Bishop-A Car pen tar's I Wo1>K«o8—Main dsut vUM * j HOTELS. ETC. TURNER MOUSE. Having again assumed control of tli-wi bo vo establish no nt f am pre pared to Hccommodato all who may favor me with their patronage. The house is to be immediately overhauled and thoroughly renovated. A fint-class BILLIARD SALOON will also be added. The Bur Stock will comprise th*1 choicest liquors, wines and cigar obtainable in the San Francisco market. The Table Will, nt all times, be supplied with every del icacy of the season. B. J. THtMlK, Proprietor. mr!5-tf EUREKA HOTEL. MAIN STREET,.EUREKA, NEV. Mrs. Lucy Young, - • Proprietress. SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS TO ANY Ilotol in the town. Spacious, elegant and well ventilated rooms, single and en suite. A First-class Restaurant In connection with the Hotel. The depot COACHES and ’BUSSES will convey passengers to and from the Hotel, upon th« arriva; and departure of trains, n'iltf The Pioneer Restaurant, Opposite J. S. Whitton*s Stone Store, Main Street, Eureka. GEO. r. XiUKTEGREN At'-ILL HE PLEADED TO SEE ALL HIS V? old friends at his house at any time. At the PIONUKK they will tind The Tables Supplied with all the delicacies that can be obtained, and the 1 ionoer shall bo as well kept as any Restaurant in Eureka. Give me a call and see how entirely you will be suited. je!7 J. L. R1N< KLKY. J. H. I.0< KU'OOP PARKER HOUSE, EUREKA. NEV. Hinckley & Lockwood, Proprietors. rrUK ROOMS ABE SPACIOUS AND X supplied with Spring Reds throughout. THE BAU Is furnished with the finest Liquors and Cigars th»*ean be purchased. A Ilistulnss Ih^tnurniil on Hie First Floor. The Palisade, I)amilton, Austin, Tybo and Belmont stages, all stop at this House. _jll-nU)_ MOCH’S. I WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM MY friends in Eureka and Ruby Hill, and the public in general, that 1 have based the Parker House Restaurant, And will conduct the same As a First-Class Eating-house Hoping to receive a share of patronage, ami assuring n»v friends ar.d the public that 1 will do all in my power to please. m its. J No. a. Morn. Pioebe Daily Record copy. fcft&Mm Hurrah fer the Railroad! BILLY GILLEN TO THE FRONT. Board, $7 a Week; Single Meals. 37 12 Cents. Silver Brick Hotel, South Main street. Eureka. On ami after November. 1, 1875, the above pricos will bo charged at the Silver Brick. o24tf V\ M. (jlLLKN. Proprietor. li\TEUi\Aim\AL HOTEL. MAIN STP.EKT.EUKKKA. NEV. Mrs. D. H. HALL, Proprietress. Accommodations cnsuhpassed in Kuruka. Elegant and well ventiluted rooms. A Fine Dining Hall In connection with the establishment. nlOtf AMERICAN CHOP HOUSE. Sprando & Ballich, : : Proprietors. Corner of Main and Clark sts. O 1 I* T K It M RECEIVED DAILY by express, in shell and K^J\nAME audEISH always on bund. ^■vrwo.ie^ Meals at all Hours. Plenso call and try Sprando's cooking, and bv) Httlisflttd. nXOtfSPKANPO A T>ALLlCH. GEORGE YOUNG, Gunsmith and Cutler 1 >EUS TO INFORM THE 1) publie that he has re moved from his old stand, near the Silver Brick Saloon, to the opposite side, on Main street, next to D. Mnnhuim’s .tore, where he will be happy to receive the patronage of his former customers, lie also informs the publie that he has CONNTANTLY ON HAN* The finest and largest assortment —OK— GUNS AND PISTOLS Of Every Patern. Also, ammunition, and every other article in tho sporting line. A large assortment ef Uuatsiihelui's Cutlery. Biitebera’ f<><>(«, C'MlIluriilH-mntlc ('MrtliiicNetM, Katers, And allolhor goods pertaining to this line, al tho lowest figures. Repairing done with neatness and dispatch, charges reasonable. Eureka. Fob. 17th. 1&74. felH-tt ANNUAL MEETING. Notice.—the annual meeting of the stockholders of the l*h»nix Silvor Mi ing Company will be held on MONDAY, the THIRD DAY of AFuIL, A. D. Ib7.i, at • he company’s office, Hoorn 2K, No. 410. Cali fornia street, Sar Francisco.California, at the hour of one o’clock p. m. of said day, for the purpose of electing a Board o' Directors to servo 'or tbe ensuing year, and for tho trans action of any oth'T busin-ss that may prop erly come before tbe meeting. JOSEPH MAGUIRE, Secretary. mri7-td SOCIETIES. I Eureka Ludge,Nn. I6,F.& A. M. /\ The Stated Ommunieationg of Eu 'JpA. rcka Lodge, No. li>, E. A A. M., will ^kV^A'iie Laid in Masonic Hall, on every A!r Saturday on or preceding the full -noon in each month. Called Comuunications every Saturday Evening. Members of sister lodges, and sojourning brethren in good standing, ate cordially in ri ted to Btter.d. JOITN GILLESPIE, W. M. H. Jouvso*. Secretary. 15-jal2 St. John'* Chapter. Nr. 5, Royal Arch Rlasons. THE STATED COMMUNICA 1TIONS of St. John's Chapter, No. .% ' . A. M., will lie hold in MA SONIC HALL, on the Second and Fourth WEDNESDAY EVENINGS of each month. Called Communications on all othor Wedm-«dnv "tunings. All lloyal Arch Masons in good standing are cordially invited to attend. D. E. DAILY. H. P. W. Wkkmith. Secretary. myll i.o7oTf. 17CHEKA LODGE. NO. 22, 1 j moots Every THURSDAY EVEN 'NG. IN ODD FELLOWS’ HALL. At 8 o'clock P. M. All aienibors in good standing are cordially invited to attend. J. W. HESS, X. G. Brag. C. Lkvy, Secretary. 10-au7 I\. of P. BF.ATIFU' i,uim;k. No. 7. K. of P.. hold* regular convention* the second and fourth MON DAY EVrKN L\G of each month, at 7:»0 o'clock, sharp, at its Castle Hell, in the new Masonic llnll. AH sojournin'? mem bers in good standing are cordially invitod to attend. W. H. STOWELL, C.C. Char. L. Broy, K. of U. andS. Evreka. Nov., Jan. *24, lK7d. &Mf ■ O. £Lh r|MIBA.O. 1*. input every first and third 1 SA'iTKD V EVENING of each month, ot N o'oclock, at the corner of Clark and Monroe streets, until further notice. THUS. IIA IsEY, Presided. .J r.KKMi\n Sum.ivan. .Secretary. »u7 Retth Chanty Degree. I.O.O.F. r|MlE REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE 1 Hetokah Charity Degree Ee dge, I, 0. O. F., will bo held in the odd Fellows Hall, on the fir*t and third FRIDAYS of each month, at 7*4 o'clock i*. m. \V. I!. DAVENPORT, X. G. Dan. Nathan, Sec'y. 5-fcf CAF.SON L. 0. L., No. 121, Meets at the mason’s hall, ec rokn, on the First and Third Wednes days of each month, at 7 o clock p. v. JlSIilTA TING LEY, W. M. A- 0. M« Ki>eik, W. S. o#tf ~ I2UB.BIIAGUARDS. $ ATTENTION. COMPANY! Jr |*>EOUI. AH MEETING FOR DRILL EX IT BUY THURSDAY EVENING, at 7 o'elock pliurp. mv4-tf I,. R. KELEY. O.ptain, RUBY HILL WATER WORKS Capacity of Tanks 152.000 Gallons ALL NOW FULL. \\r ATFK WILL UK Ft 115ISIIKD IN TT L bv llill, in any desired <iunnti ies, at til sesyu * of tho year, ut a uniform rate and lower tbsn mi be furnished I'roni any other *curce. Vater delivered twice daily to p i .nto f niilios, minors’ cabins, saloons, etc. fiewets ranging from rt‘,to .10 cents apiece viil e sold at the otiico of the company on lluby Kill, by W. II. MILLE1L Superin tendent. W. B. II \!tKUB Krourietor. n.V>* »r DR. A. B. SPINNEY, The Celebrated Specialist, at Well-ka wn as found* r of the Montreal (C. K j Medical Institute un<l late Proprietor of the SPINNEY Vi LLK IN FIRM ARY. would most respectfully inform his patients and the affi.cUd generally that he s ill continues to | treat chronic and private d. tease with un paralleled success. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, Remember, that procrastination is the thief of liiUc, bO C ’JME AND BE HEALED ! It luattois lioi. What JfuOT trOub*l I Ua| b-\ come and let the Doctor examine your caa*. It will cost you nothing for consultation, so please call and satisiy youi» Ives whether the Doctor understands your cams. If !*.• can cure you he w ill tell you so ; if not, he will W.-I1 you that, for he w ill not undertake a case unless he is comment of effecting a cure. YOUNG MEN! Whomav he sum-ring from the effects of youthful todies or inU.scretjoii, will do well to avail themselves o! this, the greatest b on ever laul at the altar of suffering humanity. DU. SFIN.VEY will guarantee to forfeit live hundred dollar* for every caso of seminal weakness or private disease of any kind or character which he undertakes and fails to cure. He would therefore, say to the unfortu nate stiffen r w ho uiay read this notice, that you are treading upon dangerous giouud when you Ion ,ur delay in seeking the proper remedy for your complaint You may be in t he hrst stage- remember you are apnruachiug the last If you arc bordering upon the last, and are suffering 84uue or ail or its evil elf. els, re member that if you obstinately | ten: at in pro crastination, the time must come when the most skillful physician can render jou no assistance; when the door of hope will be closed against you: wheu uo angel of mercy can bring you relief. In no case has the Doctor failed of success. Th- n let not despair work itself upon your imagination, but avuil yourself of the beneheial results of his treatment before your case is beyond the reach of medical skill, or before grim death hurries you to a premature grave. MIDDLE-AGED MEN! 4 There are many of the age of thirty to sixty who are troubled with too fnxiueut evacuation of the bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or burning sensation, and a weaken ing of the system 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 aud milkish hue. again changing to a dark and torpid appearance. There are many men w ho die of tbis difficulty, ignorant of the cause, which is the second stage of seminal weak m ss. Dr. 8. will guarantee a perfect cure in all such eases, and a healthy restoration of the genito-unrinary organs. N. B —Only an interview required in a majority of cases; balance of treatment can be conducted at home without interruption of business. All letters or communications, strictly confidential. • < >ttice Hours —10 to 1,2 to 4, and 7 to 8. Sun days, from 2 to 4 only. C onsultation, Free. Thorough examination and advice, $5.00. Office, No 188 SOUTH 0 STREET, Vir ginia City, where he will be pleased to commit with all who may be suffering, from C'hronic or Special Diseases. * Antonio Ferraris, PHii'TIdAL BOOTMAKER. • MAIN STREET, EUREKA, A few doors above Odd Fellows’ Ilall. HVIE BEST OF FITS MADEOUTOF THE X best of material, turnod out ol this shop, ladies’ Work Made to order and guaranteed to fit. French dressing for ladies* and children's shoes kept on hand. dVU ANTONIO FERRARIS. PROFESSIONAL. t-.v.-Hi-TiaTry^-rw- ...... ,— A. C. IISHOP. D C. CRAM. DRS. BISHOP * CRAM, PHYMtUNN AN® HlIROKAm. Office on Main street, opyoaite Paxtop & Co’s Bank, Eureka. fttitl' J. M. BAILEY, DESTIkT-OFFIt E IN THE NII„ rer Brick Lodging-house. North Main street, Eur-ka. fI2tf A. K. HIM.HOtltiK. W. H. DAFKlf;*ORT HILL HOUSE A DAVENPORT, Attorney* at law. offrje in tho Odd Fellows’ new building,up stuirs, Itoonis 1 and 2, Eureka. Nevada. ell .1. K. SHAFER, Attorney at i.aw. office UP stuirs in Masonic building. d2tf 0. W. BAKER. Attorney at i.aw an® NOTARY PUBLIC. Office in Bick Hyland's Brick Building, Baien » r. siruot. Eureka, Nevada. .»• i C. HAMILTON, D. D. S.. Dentist, i looms: Five doors —— sooth ot the Scntimri. office, | , One! struct. Eureka. fit - THUS. WREN, ATTORNEY AT I.AW, Main Street, Eureka, Nevada. _ tk-tf _ THOMAS J. READ, (NIVII. ENGINEER AND t . N. DEP J uty Mineral Surveyor, oflico in Ry iund’s Brick Building, on the corner of Buol and Bataman streets, up stairs. myU a. huhiukd. c. J. lansihg. LANSINC A HUBBARD, Attorneys at i.aw. practice in all Courts in this Mato. U. lliilibnril - - - Notary Fnb:i ',. Uffice in ltyland’s Brick Building, Bataman street. Eureka. Nev. angl2 CEO. W. MERRILL, Attorney at i.aw, ointritt Attorney lor Kuroku county, and No tary Public. Office in the Court-house. o2Htf M. ROCKMAN, M. D. 1J II Y * I «' I A N, NI ROEON, At! couch ur, Oculist and Aun>t Graduate of tli* Imperial .MedicalColleges of \Var-8ff, Coland, and ot the Pacific Medi cal Collog \ of Sun Francisco. < »tTi *o on ('lark stre t, formerly occupied by Justice K. M. IScatty. iurl2-tt To the Unfortunate. xew Ri:ni:i)iKS! \kw rkhddiiai DR. GIBBON’S DISPEN i SAR/, NO. HZi KKAKaNY SI., corner of Commercial, San Fran cisco. Private entrance oo Com mercial street. Established ia le-G, for tho treatment of Sexual and Sominal Diseases such ns Gonorrhea, (Root.Stricture, Syphilis in all its form«l Seminal Weakness, 1 mpotency, etc. etc. Skin diseases of year*’ 'landing, and Ulcerated Legs, etc., successful ly treated. DK. GIBBON has the pleasure of announ cing that he has returned from visiting the principal hospitals of Europe, and has re sumed practice. Tho Doctor hus spared neither time not oitneyir seeking out now remedies, and has returned with increased facilities fur the alle viation of h tmun suffering. St-iuinaI tVcakum. Sermon' emission is the consequence of self abuse. This solitary vice, or depraved scxuai imlulgenc'*, is practiced btv the youth of both sexes to un almost unlimited extent/produc ing with unerring certainty the following train of morbid symptoms, unless com butou by scientific medical measures, vlx.: Sallow countenance, dark *(>ots under tho eyes, pain in the head, ringing in th« ears, noi. e like the rustling of leaves or ruttling of chariots, un easiness about the loins, weakness of the limbs, confused v ision, blunted intellect, loss of confidence, dilhdonce in approaching stran gers, b dislike to form new acquaintance*. • disposition to shun society, loss of memory pimples and vanouB eruptions about tho face beetle flushes, furred tongue, fnetid breafh coughs, consumption, night sweats, monoma nia, and frequently insanity, ll rolief be not • •btainod, you should apply immediately, ei rlicr in person or by letter, and have a cure effected bv his now and scientific mode of treating this disease, which never fails ol effecting a quick and radical cure. f'lircil at IVenic. Persons at a distance may be L'liKKD A'l HOME, by addressing a letter to I)U. GIB | RUN, stating case, symptoms.length of fcimt I flic disease has continued, and have medicine promptly forwarded, free from durnugo and curiosity, to any part of tho country, with full and plain directions for use. By inclosing Ten Dollars coin in a regis 'ered letter through the PostofTice, or through Wells, Fargo A Co’s, a package ol uodicine will be forwarded to any part of th« I'nion. Persons writing to the Doctor will please 'fate the name of the paper they see this ad vertisemont in. All communications strictly confidential. Address DR. J. F. GIBBON, box 1H57, San Francisco. California, iyl W NOTICE! rpo JAMES DUKER AND GCS. GOULD, X or their grantees: You are hereby n.iti Ucd 'hat 1 nave performed labor on the Mur ray mine, situated in Spring Valley, Soring \ alley district. Eureka county, Nevada, to the amount of the legal assessment wr»rk on •mid mine, us set opposite tho respective in terests according to tho luw of Congrats of i he United States, approved May 10, 1>72, and the several a«*fs amendatory thereo and sup plementary thorete. Said mine is owned as follows: Foot. Amount •James Duker. 99 $!» 90 Gu-. Gould...400 40 00 ll. G. Henderson—undorsignod..501 50 10 That unless within ninety da^s you pay your proportion of sail amount vour interest in said mine will become my property It. G. 11ENDEICSON. Eureka Nev.. Jan. 11. 187(1. jalz-UOd PIONEER Barber Shop & Bath House, First door north of the Pioneer Itestaurant. North tMiiin street. Eureka. r|HIE INDKKSIUNED. HAVING HE I rentljr opened tho above osmblisniuent ■Iters his professional services to nil who lesiru a lirst-elnss physiognctuical HA1K 01 T. or so ecstatic SllA VE. Hair Cutting. 50 cents. Shampooing kl rents. ft Connected with the ostab w _Ushiuontaro several unit and V Lath P.oonis, whore the most dosirablo iiot or Cold Baths can bo hail sr all times. BATHS. 75 CENTS. A share '■ iiubtio patronago is solicited. JA l ES AJ. M. MOODY. I'roo’r. W.P. HASKELL & Co., UNDERTAKERS. WILL KEEP ON HAND AN ASSORT ment of Zeacwood Caakcta ot Every Style, Coffin Trimmingi, Etc. *f Funerals attended to with promptness md alt the arrangements made witbtoare and ittention. Three doors north of Paxton k Vs Bank. V ain street. Eureka. nib IS PATENT APPLICANT AppiicationlorPat^ For r. Mill Site. NOTICE no. 321. Bereka.^Ne\?»rch*» TW-OTICE IS HEREBY GIVF* ‘i*7'’1 iv the Richmond Minin. Ca ^HjIT N evada, a corporation «xnt?u mfrt0ptny of Virtue of tbe laws of th» XL?f“dSr„*»d b, fcao thi* day, by Thomas Wre?‘1.°/ ?e’"iv thorued agent, whose uoetoffl-L .JdJul>*o. Eureka. Nevada, filed it. ‘ddfenj, patent for five acres as a mill KL ..lfon lcr* |.ng and b ong in Eureka M *u,uat«. Ir‘ county of Eureka and State ofBv® 1,'*Ricl known and designated by thn fi;„i.ievada. »nd oficla! plat on file In this ofl?J.*M.llo‘« N unsu’veyed lands. ®ceas LotNi,.^ Tile o.ttorior -boundaries .... . being ns follows, to-wit; ‘ ,aid Kot No.#. Variation lti% dg ea«i- »_ post marked No. 1, t] ’sco®m«ncing g, whence the flagstaff in |v»',,‘ urve>’ No.HO, bears at 12 dg 2l>m W 2.2114Kurska west corner of the Rirh»onii u- ■ 0or,b pany of Nevada Kefinorv V. "?* Co®* 177 4-10 ft: thet.ee running lint ar" 6 77 dg (i dg K 704 0-10 ft to post marklt or,e S “V Survey No. WO: thence secondVji0- j2' U. 8. VV 301 ft to post marked No. J i?r,J ft ?! '■'i dg N->• «0; thence third course S’k ir j,ur,fy to post marked No. 4, U. S. BaivJ.’v <*»ft thonco fourth course N kit want. °‘ *•: marked No. 5, U. S. Survov No. SiPost filth couraa N Si 'v dg E200ft, toii5ii'k,6n''a ginning, containing five acres . ™* « bt described, are required to adverse claim with the 10(11 the United States Land Eof reka, in the State of Nevada, durii. Ti* Slaty days period of publication heriol ,! they will be barred by virtue of th« „ '. r ions of the Statute. 1119 ptu"> miH-OOd 1). B. IMMEt, Regist,,. Application for Patent! Fox* a Mill Site. NOTICE NO. 322. U. 8. Land Omen, Eureka, N evade, March 1,187fi Notice is hereby given tm? tho Richmond .Mining Company of \L vada, a corporation existing under and*W virtue of tho laws of the .State of Neriik has thi* day, by 'J b.tnas Wren, its duly rhomed agent, whose postofiiee addressil Eureka, Novuda, filed its application for a patent for five acres as a mill site, situate lying and being in Eureka .Mining l)i,lnt.t’ county of Eureka and State of Nevada, md known and designated by tho field notes m4 official plat on hie in this office as Lot No.91 in unsurvwyed lands. The exterior boundaries of mid Lot No. R being as ollows, to-wit: Variation Hi*- dg E: commencing at a pog marked No. 1, U. S. Survey No. HI. the unit being post No. 1 of survey No. 90 mill lit# survey, whence the flagstaff in thatowaof Eureka bears N 12 dg 214 m W 2^232 feet, and the northwest corner o' the Richmond Minim < ompanyof Nevada Refinery bears S 27dg £ 177 4-10 ft: thence running first coarse N ft£ *ig W 175 ft, to post marked No. 2, U. S. sur vey No. 91; thence second course N 81*2 df K 4410 ft, to post marked >' o. 3, U. 6. Purvey No HI; thence third course 8 LS dg K275ft, to post marked No. 4. 1. S. Survey No. 91: thence fourth course S 32 dg 24 m W &N» l-io ft, to post on the eastern boundary of said survey No. 44), marked No. «>. I*. S. Survey No. Rl, and thence ti th course N lf9j dg W 5433* 10 ft. to place of beginning, contstitinf five acres. .Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said .Mill ?ite as herein, beloie described, are required to tile th«.ir adverse claim with tho Register of tho United Slate* Land Ufict*. m| Eureka, in the State of Nevada, .luring tho sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of tbe pruvis ! Ions ol th*° Mot u to. inr2- .od I). B. IMMEL, Register. Application for PaM. For a Mill Hite. NO. 323. 1. S. La!v p Okku’K. Eureka, Nevada, March 1,1873. Notice is hereby given that the Richmond Mining Con,| any of Ns* vnda, a corporation existit g under und bj virtu© of tho laws of the Mate of Nevada, has this day, by Thomas Wren, its duly Au thorized ag* nt. whose postoffire adurtwi ii Eureka, Nevada, fil'd its :» »Teution for* parent for five acr**s as a ini!i aite, situate, lying and being in Vuruka Mining Lntiht. county of Eureka and Mint© of Novadi, and knows and designated by the field notes and official plat on file in this office as Lot No. 32, in ii»*%rve> ed lands. The exterior boundaries of said Lot No. W being a- follow*', to-wjt; Variation 10‘? cfg oust; commencing at a post n arked No. i V. r*. Surrey No. 32, tba •ame being post No iof^urvey No. 31, null site survey, where;.* the flagstaff in »ho town of Eurei a bears \ 22 dg |i m YV 2,400 ft, and the iiurthwest corner of tho Richmond Mining Com ran v of Nevada Le finery bears N71dgV3n W 3fi0 ti lt) tr; thence running first cuur«cd 25dg »7 in Ktifiid-10 ft. to post marked No. 2? t?. 8.Survev No. 92; thence second cour e 8 nV* dg W oT.) 11, r« post marked No. 3, U. 8. Survey No. It*2; thence third course S 8‘/* df E K*» 11, to po t marked No. I, U. S. Survey No. 22; thence fourth course .S 811 v dgYV 174 ft, to post marked No. fi, II, S. Survey No. 32. tho same hmng post No. 2 of survey No. 30; thence fifth course N \*% dg W 231 1-10 It, to post marked No. ti, L-. »S. Survey No. 32. the same being post No. 5 of survey No. 31. and thence sixth course N 32 dg 28 in K 583 1-10 ft. to id co of beginning, containing five acres. Any and all persons claiaiing adversely any portion of said Mill Site *» Iiercm nefore described, are required to nle their adverse claim with the Regis ter of tho Ignited States Land UBoe at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during tho sixty days* period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of t?C.pro* visions of the Statute. 1>*R* .1/* mrtS&d KciMtcr. Application for Patent For a Mill Site. NO. 32*. U. S. L*m> OvrirK. Eureka. Nevada. March 1. *«*■ Notice is hekejiv oiven that tho ltichmond Mining Coni|i«ny oj * vad%, a curnoration existing un virtue of the laws ol the Stale ef *•*“ ' has this day. iy Thomas Wren, its di'|» *' thomed agent, whose noetofhce sddre Eureka. Nevada, Hied its atml.oatioo for a patent for ftve acres as a *l“ty*l*'ii;itrlct lying ami being in Eureka Mining 11 r j Bounty of Eureka and Slate ol Nev®]»• "4* known and designated by the field at • ( official plat on fib* in Uis oflice us hot . * » in unsurveyed lands. ., . , v 3 The exterior bounduriee of said Lot so. boing a* follows, to-witi , „» A Variation Hi1, ,1* euat; commencing »' » post marked No 1. V,H. Survey No. J. t»® sume boing (mstNo. A of aurvev Ne. ' ..f 1 list No. 1 0* survey No.H2, mi'l sit® ^ Whence the lla*«iatl in th •town bears N 22 dg 11 11. W 2.100 It. and thenortn^ went cornor of tho McbmondM*n JJJ u 71 tinny of Nevada Hefinerv building bo*"0.!* (Igiaui WHU0B-10 It; tbonee runntniis dg W 27-*i ft to post marked NklA “f ,»id vev No. HI the sume being pest No. s 01 • survey No. 1)1; thence second course N «»•* * E 2H0 It. to pi st marked No.J. I • b.,' »’ No. ‘.*vH: thence third cour8e8#%dg * * to post marked No. 4. U.S. Surveyt- No. ^. thonco fourth course 8 Ht.S dg W J- , i | oH marked No. .5, U. 8. Survey. >©. ‘ft fr same being post No. 2 of >«'<* _ \V !i2; and thence fifth course N «•> «tt> 3-10 ft, to place of beginning, containi a Any and all persona claiming adverscb' “|1^ portion of said Mill Site as hereinbj fore described. are required tolte([i^ their adverse claim with *5" Office* »k tor of the United State. Uand Oftic* Eureka, in the State of Nevada, h.rSof. »r sixty days’ period ofpubHcation h * tho, will be barred ky virtue of | ionsoMb^Stetute. »• *•