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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
The corner saloon of thacher k CO. will be closed on the loth ins ant for repairs. Until further notice, i will sell, up to the loth in.'iunt, a LOT OF UoUDS such us ' GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES • Fine Gold and Silver Chains ! DIAMONDS! And a gcnernl assortment of PISTOLS, RIFLES, GUNS, KNIVES. CARTRIDGES, CLOCKS, And a great many other articles, which will be dispos. d of regardless of value, lor UAall only. Those Winchester Improved Rides, 7.1 ooL 44, you pay at a regular gunsbop $00; 1 will sail them at $40 and $15: and those Whistlers at $50. Call and examine my large stock of Goods L (iirAll those Ini bted to me must call and settle without tail. a.'»tf_ H. MANHEIM. EUREKA, -HAMILTON and PIOCUE STAGE LINE. Ullmer A ftwllsbory, Proprietor*. Connecting with the eureka and l’alisude Railroad. Leaves Eureka for Hamilton ovcry morning •t 7 o'clock. I Leaves Hamilton for Pioche every alternate day, Runduys iuclud>d. Leaves Hamilton for Eureka every day. Leaves Pioche for Hamilton and Eureka every alternate day, at « a. h„ Sundays in cluded. Carrying IT. S. Mail and Wells, Fargo A Co’s Express. Fine American horses and new Concord coach es. Otnce at Wtlls, Fargo A Co’s. mrlo-tf T. J. BELL’S STAGE LINE TYBO AND BELMONT! LEAVES ELKEKA . EVERY FOUR DAYS. Ofiee in Eureka with SXETSINGEK A HEXDEKSOX, West Main street s2 LIVERY, FEED AND C.C. CABPgBTKB. B. BISHor. BISHOP A CARPENTER. SOUTH MAIN STREET.NEARLY OPPO site the Turner House. Eureka. We have recently purchusea a number of elegant turn outs and a lot ol line saddle-horses, and are preparedlofurnish CARRIAGES, BUGGIES and SADDLE-HORSES at reasonable rates. Horses boarded by the day, week, or month. «> Aiay and Barley ur sale. . By fair-dealing, good stock, and strict at tention to business, we hope to secure a lair •bare of patronago. ap7tf United States Mail Line BETWEEN AUSTIN AND SURBSA. TXtUR-IlOURSE COACHES, CARRYING JT passengers and Weils, Fargo A Co.'s Ex press, connecting at Austin with the stage to the railroad, and making close connection at Eureka with Woodruff and Ennur's lino to Hamilton. Stages leave Eureka on Wednesday, Friday and Monday mornings, at ti o'clock. Stages leave Austin every Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday morning, at i> o'clock. WfPassengers by this line will be turnish ed excellent meals at tue Willows Station, where ample time will be given lor dinner each way. J. A. WILSON, Proprietor. Office at the Parker House, Eureka. 1-elb J. L. Hibcklky. Agent. POLL TAX. POLL TAX OF FOUR DOLLARS IS now tluo the State, for the year 167(1, by each male inhabitant over the age of twenty-ono and under sixty years. Please call at the At - Bettor's office and settle. J. C. POWELL, County Assessor. Ecbksa, Nev., April At, 187(1. ap£t W. P, HASKELL &Co>( UNDERTAKERS. WILL KEEP ON HAND AN ASSORT. ment of Soee wood Caskets of Every Siyle, defila TripuninffSt Etc. tV Funorats .ttonded to with promptness knd all the arrangements made with'care and kttontion. Three doors north of Paxton A Vi Hank. Mein street. Eureka. mhl8 I MEAN BUSINESS ! I HAVE JUST RECEIVED A GL~ fine assortmons of jewoly for the holidays. Also a well sclented stock of 1‘ SjlIvEK amli’LATKD WAKE, (Jake Vs±y Unskots.'Ousiars. I'icklp and Butter Dishes, Uo Diets, Napkin Rings, etc. My motto is: QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS WATCHES AND »RWELRY Repaired in a workman!! e mannor, and all work guaranteed. (lire me a call. FRANK DURKEE. d31tf JUST DECEIVED —AT J. H. MICHEL’S. MAIN ST., EUREKA, * Flr»t door above W. H. Stewed's Drag Store, A fresh stock of Stationery of ad kinds, * Cigars an-! Tobacco, • Meerschsur” Pipes, Cutlory, Toys, And fancy good* of ad kinds. ^H,^B^|jAghw«e lot of ALBUMS fot^holi. PROFESSION A L. Dav. E. Baii.y. C. J. Lansing. LANSING & BAILY, ATTORNEYS* AT LAW. OFFICE: 2d floor, stone building, southwest corner of Clark and Alain streets, bureau Nev. _my'21- tf _ C. G. HUBBARD, - ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NO TAnY PUBLIC. Office on Clnrk street, in Whitton’s American Exchange building. niyl -tf -w A. C. HISHOP. t>. C. CRAM. DRs. BISHOP A CRAM, PHYNHIANM AND NYH4AEONN. Office on Main treet.opposite l’axton <lt Co’s Bank, Eureka. fl it!' J. K. SHAFER, Attorney at law. office up stairs in Masunic building. d2tf A. M. IIII.LHOCSK. U. H. PA ’KNPultl HILLHOUSE A DAVENPORT, AnOK.MiYk AT LAW. OFFICE IN tlio Odd Follows’’ new building, up stairs, Booms 1 and 2. Eureka. .Nevada. ell TIIOS. WREN, ATTORNEY at law, Main Street. Eureka, Nevada. «-tf G. W. BAKER. Attorney a t e a w and NOl'AHY PUBLIC. Office in Jick Byland's Brick Building. Baton »p street. Eureka Nevada.■ til THOMAS J. READ, CIVIL ENGINEER AND I . S. DEP aty Mineral Surveyor. Office in Hy land’s Brick Building, on the corner of Buel and Butauian streets, up stairs. myll THOMAS LASPEYRE, ATTORNEY AND A'OTNMELOH .LX. at Law. Notary Public and Commis sioner of Deeds ior California. Offico in the Court-house buiiding. ap23 U. HAMILTON, D. D. S.. DENTINT. Booms: Five doors w--2B5a^. south of the Skrtinkl office, Buel street, Eureka. fa i t.I_t UKO. YV. MKKKILL, Attohnky at law, IA1NTRICT Attorney tor Kuroka county, and No tary Public. Office in tho Court-house. oSSitf M. ROCKMAN. M. D. PHYSICIAN. NtltUKON, AC coucheur. Oculist and Aurist. tlraduato of tho Imperial Medical College of YY arsaar. Poland, aud ot tho l acitic Medi cal College, of can r rancisco. Office on Clark street, formerly occupied by Justice K. M. Beatty. mrl.-tt EUREKA HYGIENIC INSTITUTE! PHYSICIAN IN CHARGE: DrAYm. A. Spinks riMIE ABOVE INSTITUTE, SITUATED A on .'>i>rin» street, ouposito and a few doors above the bpiscopai church, is now open lor the reception of pationts. DR. SPINKS guarantees to cure all cases of Rheumatism, Syphilis, Lead Colic, And like diseases, without the use of drugs or any deleterious substances, provided the patient follow the regimen laid down by the Physician. His treatment is simple and sure. Alcoholic Disorders are Effectually Treated and all Traces of the Disease Removed from the System. DR. SPINKS’ DIPLOMA as a regular phy sician isfroni Dr. it. T. Trail’s Hygienic in stitute, of New York City, and can be seen by any visitor at the institute in Euroka. Also, Hot, Cold, Russian, Turkish and Medicated Baths. Rates reasonable FOU CASH. WM. A. SPINKS, M. D. Eureka. May 0. Ih7il. my7tf r. S. BARZaON, COUNTY CLEKK, AND EX-OFFICIO Clerk of the District Court of tho Sixth judicial District, in and for the County of Sureka, State of Novada. CONVEYANCINC, .n all its branches, correctly executed. Ao men lodgments, Affidavits, etc., taken in anv raft oi the town. Office: Front corner room at the Court louse. dti-dm DOTTA’S Coffee Manufactory. ALEX. DOTTA.-.PROPRIETOR PURE JAVA COFFEE IN UNLIMITED quantities, also. Swiss and California > eheeao at wholesale and retail. Family Groceries, Fruit, Produce, Fresh Fish, Etc* Also BUTTER AND EGGS, Constantly on hand. Opposite Odd Fel lows’ Building, Main street. Eureka, Nev. mrlH-tt 00 TO THE New Blacksmith Shop To get your work done, ■ GOOD WORK AND LOW PRICES! T AM PREPARED WITH -1- good stock of material to do work promptly. Liftht buggy, wagon-work and painting will receive especial attention. Homo Silioelaiff executed with dispatoh, and satisfaction guaranteed. UEO. L. OTT, mr31-tf Suuth Main street. Eureka. Dissolution. rpHE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE 1 existing between Lapsing A Hubbard, in the practice of th* law, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. C. J. LANSING. CHAS.0. HUBBARD. Eureka, May 13th, 187ft. myli-lm M1SCKLLA NJCO VS. S. FRIEDMAN, iikai.hi m FAMILY GROCERIES, CROCERY AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. CONSTANTLY ON UANB. A CHOICE ' lot of Family (irucerks and Country l’roduce Ladio*. if von want your husbands to lovr you, go to Friidman’s for your grocurioj, ns tie following will show: On! say not 1 love you, because ihe mnlassos You purchased ut F'riedinan’s wa- gildon and clear; The syrup, the sugar. *he le'lv in glnsses, Tho crackers, the mack’rel I know were not dear. But when vou came to mo with Friedman’s s.nokcd million. And showed me his samples of Limborger elioese, I felt that his clnim to be cheap was notgam* men, I loved you, and said so, dear Juno, on my knees. ia2ktf SEALED PROPOSALS. WILL BE RECEI\ ED AT THE OF lice of tho County Clerk, of Eureka county, Novuda, up to and including tho 12th day of June, A. 1). 1S7I1, at 10 o’clock a. m., lor furnishing medical aid and attendance for the indigent sick of Eureka county in tho Hospital arid out of tho Hospital within th<* limit* of the town of Eureka; said bid* to bo by tho month for tho term ot onoyear from June loth, 1S7H, to Juno loth, 1H77. None but practicing physicians are solicited to hid, ami each must bo acconipaniod by the diploma of the physician from some medical college that ho i> a regularly educated physician. Bid* will also ho received ut the same time and place for tho care and hoard of each hospital pntien* per day, which must also in clude th' keeping of said hospital and fur nishing the same with nrcos-ary tuel and other conveniences for the comfort ot the in mates. The Hoard of County Commissioner# re serves the right to reject any or all hid-. F. H. 11A l.MuN, Clerk. Eureka, Nev., May 10. 187d. m> 11-td ASSAY OFFICE — AND— BULLION MELTING ROOMS. 1MI0MA3 PRICE (FORMERLY OF THE f>an KruneBco Assaying and Kotin in. Works), having fitted up the old I act tic j Mail building. No. 524 Sacramento street, j c met of Leidesdorff, us an Assay iiflice, ! Chemical Laboratory and Bullion Looms, is | now prepared to make Assays of the precious j and useful metals and their ores as welt a> complete or partial ana yses of all the miner- j til*, w ts wat. rs or other substances that may be desired, and is prepared to receive j Bullion for melting into Bars, retiring, part ing and coinage, special attention b* ii g f aid I to the treatment of Bur Bullion, and he hopes j that his long residence ar.d experienc e in his profession will entitle him to a reasonable portion of tho businejs of his friends and the public generally. my LL'lm TO THE WOOL GROWERS of the State of Nevada ! OUR GRADING ESTABLISHMENT AT Rattle Mountain will bo reopened pood for the pcupou, under the super in tendenco oi James S. bwan,Hi* formerly. VV e shall be prepared ms usual to either BUY WOOL Or soli it on commission in San Francivco, or to make advances on shipments to the Eastern States. Any inquiries, you will tdoasa address either to the undersigned direct or care of John McWilliams, Esq., Rattle Mountain, Nevada. K. FEN EKSTEIN * CO., 2-I0 California street, bun Francisco, ial. myM>2m Antonio Ferraris, 1^. PRACTICAL IjM. BOOTMAKER. MAIN STREET, EUREKA. One door above L. Monaco’, gallery. q'HK BEST OK KITS MADE OUT OF 1 the bunt of material, turned out oi this shop. Ladies’ Work Made to order and guaranteed to fit. French dressing for laGi<.s*uud children's shoes kept on hand. dittf ANTONIO FERRARIS. THE NE\¥ STORE. MRS. M. A. ASHIM. qMIECHOICEST FAMILY GROCERIES 1 fresh vegetables, poultry, game, oystors. full, etc. 1 have also a complete assortment of LADIES’ UNDERWEAR, such as night dresses, chemise, skirts, etc., as lots as they can be bought in Sun Francisco. Delicious fur Lunches: Mexican cannel green turtlos, sheep tongues, pig’s fuet, dev iled chicken, ham, and turkey, and occasional inv«.«-s of fresh crabs and shrimps. fltf WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY. TELECRAPH MONEY ORDERS. 'fills COMPANY 1S~ PREPARED To A t ..lsmit money by telegraph to all points in tbo Pacific Coast, and to all pririci Sal cities and towns tl|r Mighont tbo United tutos. For terms, app’.y to Local Agent*. i»5-tf ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Adamj hill consolidated Mix ing Company. Location of principal place of business, San Francisco, California; location of works, Eureka Mining Di.trict, KuiVka county, Nevada. Notice is hereby given, that a‘ a meeting of tbe Board ol Directors, held on the second day of May, lh7e, an assessment. No. 7, of twenty-five (25) cents per shnre was levied upon the_ capital stock of the corporation, payable in,mediately in llnitod Slates gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the Company, Room .17, Nevada Block, No,OH Montgomery street, Sun Francisco, Cali fornia. Any stock upon which this assessments! all remuin unpaid on tbe 12th day of JUNE, It>7tt. will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction; and unless payment is made beforo will bo sold on FRI DA Y, tbe seventh day of July, 1S7I1, to nay tbe delin quent assessment, together with costs of ad vertising and expenses of sale. By ordor of toe Board of Directors, W. W. TRAYLOR, .-secretary. Office, Room S7, Nevada Biouk, No. JUI) Mont gomery st., San Francisco, Cal. myrttd NOTICE. To All Whom It May Concern Notice is hereby given that »»nv an 1 nil authority and power hereto fore given to Thos. W. Loe, to tninnact buui ne.*<8 for the Iiritinh Mining and Milling Com pany (limited) of London, Knglund, has boon revoked and withdrawn. DKITISH MINING A \ T) MILLING COMPANY, (LIMITED) OP LONDON, KNG LAN D. Eureka. Nor., April22,1876. ap22-lm SOCIETIES. Eureka Lodge,No. 16, F. & A. M. The Slated Communications of Eu reka Lodgo, No. Ill, F. & A. M.t will be held in Masonic llall, on every Saturday on or preceding the full noon in each month. Callod Conit-unieations every Saturday Evening. Mombors of »ister lodges, end sojourning ucethrenin good standing, ate cordially in vi led to stterd, JOHN (J1LLESPIE, W. M. H. Johvsov. Secretary. 15-jaii 3t. John’s Chapter. Nc. S. Royal Arch Masons. rHE STATED COMMHNICA TIONS of St. .lohn's Chard r. No. JsMRLS c, . A. M., will be held in M A ’ONIC HALL, on the Sncort'! and ‘’f s«’ Fourth WEDNESDAY EVENJM5S of each month. Csl(od Communications on ull othor Wednesday evenings. All Royal Arrh Mn«ons in good .tending are cordially invited to attend. 11. E. DAILY, H. P. ’ W. Wkrmuth, Secretary. niyll I- O. O. DF*. FAUItEKA LODOE, NO. 22 ...satXLHu. j meets Every THURSDAY Stjk'zjShjg KVK'”NO, IN ODD FELLOWS’ HALL. At H o'clock r. *. All mombors in good standing arc cordially invited to attend. J. W. 1IESS, N. H. IDyj. C. Lkvy, Secretary. 10-au7 _ ^ ol. j, Bkatifm i.oh«k, %•«. 7. K.«»r p.. holds regular conventions the second and fourth FRIDAY EVEN I NO of each month, at 7:.‘tn o'etock, sharp, at its Castle Hall, in Odd Fellow’s Hall. All sojourning mem bers in good standing are cordially invited to attend. W. II. STOW ELL. C. C. Chas. L. Buoy, !i. or ‘t. andS. Evreka. Nev.. .Ian. 21. IWi. Sbtf A. O. EZ. 'I'llE A. (I. I*, inert every first ami third 1 SATPKD : V EVKMNti of each .nonth, it tl o'otioek, .it the corner of I’lark and Monroo streets, until further notice. TliUS. I1A1.EV. I re.idect F, F. Set.ver. Secretary. au7 'PUS KEnPLAK MEETINOH OF THE 1 Kebekat Charity Deyre" I ..dye, I. O. <1. K., will he h'‘M in the *'dd Follows Hull, on tho fir«t and third KhlDAdS of each month, at7'» o’clock r. x. W. II. DA YEN POUT. N. <i. Daw. Nathax, Sec’v. A-tf CABSON L. 0. L., No. 121, iinys of each month, at 7 o clock r. m. Jt-JSli V A TlMGlaLY, H\ M. A- G. MrKiMiK, W. S. <v>tf EURE2IA GUARDS. | ATTENTION. COMPANY! jj OEGU1.AK MEETING FOR DRILL EX IT SKY THURSDAY EVEN IMG, at 7 o'clock sharp. m>4-tf L. U. KERRY. Captain. d. s. imivzex. <k co. BANKERS. In the Olil Kx|>rs-tm Hiiililluic, Main Street, Eureka. y^RAWS AT SIUHT ON SAN FRANCISCO, NSW YORK LONDON. And all principal cities in the I nitod States and Europe. Discount commercial paper. Receive deposits in Coin or Currency on open account: Certificatesur Special Deposits, nnd will transact a t.vneral Hunking llnslnem. Long exp rionce in the I'ollectlug nepartmcal Cf Wells, Fargo A Co., justifies us in an nouncing that we will make Collection* Irom Alircml h S[iesl.ill,v apitt JOHX a. Taxtox, ai.i.kk a.i chti.s, h. MUI.I.KR PAXTON & CO., BAN 15. E XI S . Kl’RKKA, NEVADA, Draw at sight, in sums to sun ON Anglo-Calirorninn Dank.San Francis*! Anglo-Calil jruinn Hank.London J. A W. Seligmau A Co.New York D. 0. Mills A Co..'.Sacramcnp Decker Ji .Jewett...,'Iarysvilli White A McCor/.ick.-Salt Lake City Discount Commercial paper, Mnke Collec tions, Receive Deposits in Coin or Currency on open account. Certificate, or Special De posit, and transact A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS MINING STOCK HOLGIIT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. •__nihil_ DRAYINC. I AM PREPARED TO HAUL FREIGHT to and from tho dopot, or to uny part of the town with promptnosF, and upon au Reasonable Terms Ae any ether draymen in tho place. MY STAND le in front of J. C. Lockwood’* hardware •tore, unci an- order* loft in the store, or at K. Sadler .V Co’* will be promptly attended to. HAY AND GRAIN For *nlo at my stuble oppo*ito the Eureka Foundry. WJi. MuCUEN. _npgi-lm____ J. B. KEEN. Veterinary Burgeon. Having had w years' experience, I feol conliiicnt in my ability to troat fueeoasfully ell dtsoiuo*peculiar to HORSES, MULES ana CATTLE. 1 can bo found at Bl*hop A Carpenter'* stable, on So i*b Meir r- met. roll REMOYALNOTICE. ^V. BERG JJAS REMOVED HIS STOCK OF GROCERIES AND VEGETABLES To tho building two door* north of hie old atund, on Muin Btr-ct, Where ho will bo buppy to servo bis old cus tomers upil s man.* now one* us muy fuvor him with their putronuge. FRESH VEGETABLES received daily. Garden, Field and Flower aeede for aale. myfvlm MI SCULL A NEO US. JOBS 8HR0UFK. BOOB MC’CRUB. SROUFE & McCRTJM, tSucce-'Hors to J. M.Goewoy .SCo., Importers of Liquors, FINE KENTUCKY WHISKIES, Etc. 400 and 411 Front Ht.. San Francisco, : : : California _mr.'itf_ To the Unfortunate. NEW HF.MI DII S! NEW UEMED8EA! DR. GIBBON’S DISPEN SARY, NO. m KEARNY *'t.. corner of Commercial, San Fran cisco. Private entrance on Co.n _ menial street. Established in i.NVi, ior the treatment ot Sexual and Seminal Diseases 8 ueb as Gonorrhoea, Gleet.Stricture Syphilis in all its forms, Seminul Weakness, 1 in potency, etc. etc. Skin diseases of years' standing, and Ulcerated Legs, etc., successf ul ly treated. 1)K. GIBBON has the pleasure of announ cing that he has returned from visiting the principal hospitals of Europe, and has re sumed practice. The Doctor has spared neither time not m< noy in seeking out new roiueRios, and lias returned with increased facilities lor the alle viation of human suffering. KetnliiHl tVcukncMM. Seminal ©mission is the consequence of self ibu*e. This solitary vice, or depraved sexuat indulgence, is prariicod by the youth of both 'exes to an almost unlimited extent, produc ing with unerring certainty the 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 tbo eais, noise like the rustling of leaves or rattling of chariots, un easiness about the loins, weakness ol the timns. confused vision, blunted intellect, loss of confidence, diffidence in approaching stran gors, a dislike to form new acquaintances, a disposition to slum sociotv, loss of memory pimples and various eruptions about the taco hectic hushes, furred tongue, betid breath 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 curt elWted by his now and scientific mode ol treating this disoase, which never mils o fleeting a quick and radical cure. € ur«*«l at II mih . Person* at a distance may be t'l'KEM A*i HOME, by addressing a letter to DR. GIB BON, stating case, symptoms, length of runt •lie disease has continued, and have medicine .Toiuptly forwarded, tree from damage and •oriosity, to any part of the country, witn uli and plain dire***ions for use. By inclosing Tv; Dollars coin in a regis tered letter through the Postotlice, or •hriiiigh Wells, Fargo Ji Co’s, a package ot medicine will be forward, d to any part ol the Union. Persons writing to the Doctor will plea** state the name of the paper they see this a^ verlisviueiit in. A ll communication* strictly confidential. Address DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box 1957, San Francisco. California, jyl 1 v Application tor Patent For a >f ill Site. Notice is hekeuy uivkn hut John K 1'later.whose nostotfico address is ivirck Nov..has this duy filed his application for a patent lor tw**2->lOQ a<res of land a •i mi I site, lying and being in Kurekn Mining bistro t. county of Kureka. and .Mate of N'« - vadii, and kno-vn and designated by the field not .** and oifn i.tl tint on file in this office al lot iiuik tor U.» The exterior boundaries of 'aid lot No. fift being as follows to wit: \atiatiou 1*»S deg. east Commencing at a post marked Xo. 1, U. S. Survey. No W.>, standing at the northwest cor ner of John K. ITafer’s brick otfirwt at the sc ithwe-t coiner of Main and Nlincial trouts in the town of Kureka, whore the i flagstaff in the r»tvn of Kureka bears N. 10 deg. NO min. W. 1/288 feet: thence running S. * ‘v deg K.. 17ti d-lu f» et to post marked No. 2, I . >. Snrv y, No. Oft; thence 8. 8bv deg, U. 100 feet, h» post marked N o. :t, S. 8urve\, no. if*; lhence 8. MS deg. K. 2» foef to post ■ »r i i. <* i, (I. s. s irvey,. No. Oft; thence S. •s*2 d* g. ■'» > niiit.U’. 400 feet. In post tearsed No. », l . S. Sutvoy, No. M‘»; <h nee N. 8!* d g. U. 200 feet, to pest marked No. H. L*. S. Sur vey, No,9»; uml thence N. 8i‘y d<g. K. "Ski oof. to p«»st mark eg No. I, the place of begin ning, containing 2 2-'»-100 acres. Any and all no r suns c'aiming adversely any portion of said mill site ground as hereinbc foro d sciib d. are required to file their ad vei se eli im with ihu liegi-u r of the United ."Mates b.»nd <Hlic at Kureka, in the State of Nevada, during the sixty da vs period of pub lication hereof, or they will be barrou by vir tue of th-‘ provisions of the statute. ap21-dod b. li. iMMhL. ilegistor. Application for Patent For ii Mill Kite. NOTICE NO. X25. I . S. La.'ll* UKKirg, □ Eureka, Nevada. April II, 1873. OTICE IS li Ej ELY 01V KN l i I At THE silver West Consolidated .Mining Com pany, a corporation existing under and by virtue of thi law* of Cali on la, by its duly authorised agent, Thomas .1, Read, whose posioliico addi os* *s Kur- k». Neva'1 a. has this day r.led his application for a patent for 1 K.V100 acres as a m il Mt- , spun to, lying and being in Eureka Mining Listrict*County of Eureka and Mato of Nevada, und kn *wn mi d designated by ihe hold notes and oliicial plat <>n tile in this oliice aa Lot No. P-1, unsurvoyed lunds. The exterior boundaries of raid Lot No. I til being a* follows, to-wit: \ aiiation, io% dg east commencing at n post marked No. I, U. S. Survey No. 34, ! whenceMb* flagstaff in fho town of Eureka wears N. 2 dg 4 n» W 2,4117 ft; the northwest | corner of the Richmond Mining Company o: i Nevada Refinery bears N, 70 dg 47 in K 404 ft | and the northeast corner of the Silver West ! furnace building bear* S. 20 dg 31 in W 302F. ft and post No. 1 of I . S. Survey No. Wi mill site survey bears N. 81J4 dg E 220 ft; tbvn-e running r. \% dg W. 10U ft to post marked No 2, U. J>. Survey No. 04; thence S. 03 dg E 71 ft. to post marked No. 3, U. S. Survey No, 04; .hence S. 4% dg E 35 A* ft. to post marked No. 4, U. S, »>urvey No. 04; thence S. 80‘4 dg W 110 ft to post marked No. 5, United States , Survey No. 04; thence south Ik degrees | ” • *■> ff to Post marked No. 0, U. S. Survey j No. 01; thence S. 81 * dg W, ;.U0 ft to post marked No. 7, U. S. Survey No. oi; thence N. 1 dg 21 m W 331*4 ft to post marked No. h, li. S. Survey No. 04; »her.ee N. 4!» dg K 101 ft t«> poft marked No, l», U. S. Survey No, 04; thence N. 24 dg W 144 ft to post marked No. 10, l , S. Survey No. 04; and thence N. hlVv. dg ! K H.i7 ft. to nost No. 1, th j place of beginning, con taming 4 84.100 acres. Any and ail persons claiming adversely any portion of said SilverWostf on. Mining Com pany > mill site.a* hereinbefore described, aro required to file their adverse claim with the Register of tho United States Land Office, at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will he burred by virtue of the provis ions of thoStututc. apl -00d 1). R. IMMEL, Register. Information Wanted. OK THE WHEREABOUTS oE JOSEPH PERK A U LT, who sometimegoos b,v the name of JOSEPH SNELL. When last heard from ho was in Cornucopia, Nevada. Any peison knowing of his whereabouts will con fer a favor on iho undersigned, his mofh'.r, who is anxious to hour from him, by giving her the required information. MRS, B. T. SM LL, Mineral City, White Pino county, Nov. Virginia “ Enterprise" ami Elko 44 Inde pendent " copy for one week and send bill to this office. my 13 PATENT APPLICATION&. ApplicatSoiTloirPatenu Por a Mill Site. NOTICE NO. 321. U. S. Laud Oppicx, fcuroka. Novndu. March 1.187,1 NOTICE 1.S HKKKUY OIVMf IT tbo Kichmond .Minin* Cotnn.n. » cirl,"'ln',* ®orl'°ration existing under and h°f v irtue 0( ,ho laws of the State of Kerin* K ? K'-F‘ JSWva&s county of liur?kinanjU|!)®ote*)iri\'ev1,|i*t^ct, known and dopiict.atod bv the fiiai/ ,,(^a**n<i official , lot on hlotnthi. office ni I ^‘a* »nd unsurveyed lands. office as Lot No.tty, bci^^tx^r^-1 °r -uid No..*, „ostHru“arLned1"'!;'o<1',.e“c,:“* whence he flagstaff in tho'town ,uV .'■ boa. s at 12 dg it) in W 2,232 t im.l il lv',r,k» wastcori.or lit tho Kichmond \t,„- nur,h tuiny of N evada K “i2e“7 b-ar. 17/1 in It: the co running first ..,..,. ' b .1* K 7!I4 tf-ll| ft to post marked aTVi14^ Survey No. Mi: thence Second eoiirug..!' ‘", H .'01 ft to post marked No :( |',r,B*'1 v/l* No. 10; thence third cour-e N,'i„',i5u.rv,->' to post marked No. I, ( N s* ",'®lt tbunco tourth course N'' po vV vnns No. W; umrKO/i No. A. II. ». Survey No <o ,wt htta course N M s da L 2t«) ft ' ,’l*nd ,*‘«nce ginning, containing live acres' ° ‘ ac® 01 *><■• •Any and all personsehiiuiin'i , portion of said Mill Siu!f h!?r-r/y.Mjr described, are re.mired t0 h«u adverse claim with th.it.T-. ,hc,r the l.nitod r'tutos Lend ”r reka, in the State of NrvniU a, 1 ®.l,i sixty dnys period of I'eblir *i\, n'n"'* ,lho they will be tarred by virtueT i1"'01' "f ions Ol the Statute. a*I tho provis nifa-»* L. II. IMMEL,k.filter Application for Patent. For a Mill Bite.' NOTICE NO. *22. , U. 8. I.anii Omn, Eureka, Novndn, Mu ch l.lfli Notice is iieheiiv given that tho h loti mood Mining Company of W vuda, a cort'oratiun rxiM'ng under and by virtue of tho lnwH of Ih • Si.to nt Str.il «»8 tin- duv, by I h in»r V reii. it. dub , ' f homed arrant, wlio-o roxtoffioe oddr.w i. Euroka, Nuvada. tiled in application for , patent fur five neren » a mill cite, ait.nte lying and bong id Eureka iViidng lijuri.t' vnuntv of huroka end Siam ot Nevada . J known and do-ignnti’d by ibP field roue, "ITn-ial plat un fin. in thin utino tr l.ot No n ii. •■nM.rrpyetl lands. ‘ ’ The ' xt rior boundaros of laid Lot No. jn buirg a* oliows, to-wit: \ nriafion l»»' , tig E: cnniniencinr nt a pout n ark, d Nu. J, II. S. Survey <o. i 1 ihe b*M»ig rosr .No. l of survey No. HU mill site survey, whence the flagstaff in ibe town of Enrol;a hours N l'Jdir m \\ 1,‘zXz fort, and th noiihw.-st corn ro the Puhnu.ndMining Conipnnv of Nova-la tie finery bearsd27rig K 177 4-|0Jt; tlienee running first course N 81, dg \\ 17.» fr. to post marked No 2, I .8. Sur vey No. hi: th«*nce second course N #|Udg K 4»*0 tt, to posf marked > o. 8, U. 8. Survey No hi; thence thin* course 8 C* (If K 27»ft, to |»ost marked No. 4. t . 8. Survey No. 91; thence fourth course S 82 dg 2i m VV oKl 1-jo ft, to post on the eustern boundary ot stud survey No. 50, marked No. 'j. I . S. Surrey No._f*l. and thence fi th course N 14*^ rig VV old5*10 ft, to place of lo ginning, containing five acres. Any and all persons claiming adversely sny portion of Hud Mill 'iie as herein, before dwribod. aro ro |uir«*d to file th ir adverse claim with tho Register ot tho Unit'd Mu t «s 1 ami Office, at Eureka, in th** State of Nevada, during the sixty days peri<-d id publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provis ions of th • Mut<>to. imtt-iOd J). It. I MM EL, Register. Application for Patent. For u Mill Bite. No. MX U. 8. Lawt Ovnrx, Kureks, Nevada, .March 1.187*. Notice is iikkkby given that the Richmond Mining Company of Ne vada. a corporation *inting under and by virtue of th** laws ol the State of Nevada, has thi* day, by 'll .<»mas Wren. It* duly an dioriti-d agent, whoso postofllce address is Kurd a, N< vaiia, fit d its application fora patent for five ncr**s a- a mill site, situate, lying and l*cing in Eureka Mining Listikt. cour.tvot Kurcka and 8tnte of .Nevada, and known nod designated by rho field notes and official plat on file in this office as Lot No.92, in unserveved lands. 'I h - ext rior boundaries of said Lot No. 92 being as follow**, t<»-wit: Variation P» » dg east; commencing at a post marked No, 1 v. S. Survey No. 92, the •nmo being p>»st No 4 of survey No. 91, null site survey, wbenc * the flagstaff in fb«-»town of Kurel a boars N ‘22 dc 41 m W 2,4(*m ft, and the northwest corner ol tin* Richmond Mining Cntnt'anv of Nevada Hcfincry b«ars-ft71dg2Um W KhO O ld ft; th**nce running first course 8 2ft dg »7 in K 0WH-10 ft. to post mark* d .No. 2. I’. 8. Survey No. 112; thenc** second four e ft mA‘. *lg \V #|5it, t« post marked No. 8, U. ft. Survey No. H2; thence third course 8 b‘? dg h )0li tt, tn post marked Nc. 4, I). S. Purvey No. 1)2; thence fourth cotirsoft HS dg \\ 174 ft, to post marked N«*. •'», I'. 8. fturvpy No. 92. the same being post No. 2 * t survey No. HI: t banco filth course N III, dv H 2" l 1-19H, to po.-t tour, od No. ti. 1 . 8. Purvey No.92. tho sfinie being post No. 5ol survey No. 91. »nd theme sixth course* N" Hi dg 2H m K 5811-10 ft* t »id ce of n ginning. contHining fivw acre*1. Any ami nil persons claiming adverselyiny portion ot sai«i Niill Sit** a* Aerrtn bofore described, aro required R> *!'• their adverse claiui with the ter of tho United States Land Office at Eureka, in the Mato of Ncvnda.dunig tho sixty clays' period of publication m-rem, or they will be barred by virtue <»f th'" Pru* visions of the Statute. I>. B. iAIMEL. inr2-b0d Hcgist* r. Application for Patent For a Mill Site. No. an. U. S. La*p Orrim, Eureka. Nuvada. March I, iw* >TOTIf'E IN UEUKllV OIVKN THAT I tliu itielimenu Mining* ompuav « « * vail., a eufporation exiting under »i>«” virtu., of iho In we of IhpStaiBuf Nevada, ini this day. vy Thomas Wren, its " thori/td agent, wlmse postotneo ailuro Eureka, Nevada, tiled ii» application «r» patent fur five acres as * null siU, >|tu»ta. Iving and being In Eureka Minina * **“ 1 Cl.untv of Eureka nnd State or Nevada, up. known an I designated by the field notes anil ottiei il plat on file in tl is office us Lot No. »■ in iiusurveyed lends. v » Thoox'ori.ir boundaries ol said Lot .>"• a being as follows, to-wit: , , Variation I'IS d* oaat; oommoneiwr ‘ post marked No 1, U. K burvey No.J*. IM same being post No. Jof survey No. i o*<t No. I o' survey No,02, mi'l site surW"* whence tho flog stuff in th • town of bears N tl tig 41 m W 2,100 ft, nnd the north west corner of tho Richmond Mining l®1® puny of Nevada Refinery building bonfjb j1 dg20m W HJH) 0*10 H; thence running4 • (lg W 27 * ft to |*ost marked No. 2, U. b. kS,,.rT vey No. 01 the same being post No. 2 MJ,f survey No. 01; thence second course N M-A "■ K 21'0. ft. to pest marked No. 8, U. N bjrjj'jy No. 92; thence thir«l course S a*« dg K to post marked No. 4. IJ. S. Survey Ny* y‘* th‘*nce fourth cour*o S 8.*»S dg IV 129 ft. M post marked No. II. S. Survey .No. O-k ”* same being post No. 2 of said survey 92: ami thence fifth course X 2-* dg o7 m 616 8-10 ft, to place of beginning, containing fire acres. - Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Mill »Sito as herein co lore de'eribed, are rotiiiirod to their ad verso claim with fh® *u'*ur ter of tho I'nitcd Slams Land Eureka, in tho State of Nevada, during 1 sixty days’ period of publication hornet, v they will be barred by virtue of Jhe provi Iona of tho fitatut.. 1>- B- U*Mhb. wwaskid Jtafieter