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eureka daily sentinel.
PUBLISHED KVKKY MORNING (EXCEPT MONDAY)
—BT—
CASSIDY <t DENNIS.
I ifIN H. DENNIS. GEO. W. CASSIDY.
TfcKMS OK .Sl’BSCKIlTION:
One copy.ono yonr. by run i 1.fib 00
One copy, six months, by ni. il. .. H (HI
One copy, three months, by mail. 5 (Ml
No papers forwarded until paid for.
D. MANHEIM.
DEALER IN
GENERAL 'MERCHANDISE,
-AT
BARON’S BRICK BUILDING
MAIN STREET,
Eureka, Nevada.
jalltf
R. SADLER & CO.
M AIN STREET.EUREKA, NEW.
DEALERS IN
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
DpIIvvkhI «»l 4 ltnr^«*.
AGENTS FOR
roREior: aus iioivee
INSURANCE COMPANIES,
ALSO FOR THE
California Powder Works, Hercu
les Blasting and Sport
irg Ftwder.
marT-tf
To the Unfortunate.
new Ki:nF.nn;s! \»:u
DR. CIBBON’S DISPEN
SARY, Nu. KEARNY Si.,
corner of Commercial, San l'ran
eisco. Private entrance on Com
mercial street. Established if*
itvrt, lor tho trout motif ol hexuni and .Seminal
Diseases sueh us Gonorrhea, Gloot. Stricture.
Syphilis in ull its forms, Seminal Weakness,
I.upotency, etc. etc. Skin diseases of years’
standing, and Ulcerated Legs, etc., successful
ly treated.
DR. GIBBON bus the pleasure of announ
cing that he hut returned from visiting the
principal hospitals ut Kuropo, and has re
sumed practice.
Tho Doctor has spuroi neither time not
nuney in seeking out new remedies, and has
returned with increased facilities for the alle
viation of human suffering.
S«iiiiiiui Weukuetis.
Seminal emission is tho consequence of self
abuse. This solitary vice, or depraved sexuai
indulgence, is practiced by tho youth of both
sexes to an almost unlimited extent,, produc
ing with unerring certainty the following
train of morbid symptoms, unless combated
by scion title medical measures, vix.: Sallow
countenance, dark spots under the eyes, pain
in the head, ringing in the ears, noise like the
rustling of leaves or rattling ol chariots, un
easiness about tho loins, weakness of the
limbs, confused vision, blunted intellect, loss
of confidence, diffidence in approaching stran
gers, a dislike to form new acquaintances, a
disposition to suun society, loss of memory
i»iniplos and various eruptions about the face
loctic flushes, furred tongue, luetid 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 lottor, and have a cure
etiocted by his new and scientific mode of
treating this disease, which never fails of
effecting a quick and radical cure.
t n re«l hI Home.
Persons at a distance may be Ul KKD AT
I10MK, by addressing a lottor to DR. GIB
BON, stating case, symptoms, length of time
the disease has continued, and have medicine
promptly forwarded, free from damage and
curiosity, to any part of the country, with
full and plain directions for use.
By inclosing Ten Dollars coin in n regis
tered letter through tho Postoflice, or
through Wells, Fargo A Co’s, a pack ago ol
medicine will he forw arded to any part of the
Union.
Persons writing to tho Doctor will please
state the niiino ol the paper they soe this ad
vortisemont in.
All communications strictly confidential.
Address DR. J. F. GIBBON.
Box 1957, San Francisco. California.
_ j vl 1 v
LAMBERT MOLINELLI,
Copyist, (leneral Collector nnd Reel Esta'o
Agent,
Legal Instruments of nil descriptions car*
fnlly executed.
OFFICE—In tho Law Oflice of li<'0. W.
Balter. jya-tf
Sf ISC EL L A NEC US.
rr iie
EUREKA AND PALISADE
Rail road!
IIAS BEEN,
Completed to Eureka,
And the Company is now ready to carry pas
sengers ami freight over the road
With Regularity and Dispatch.
Trains will run as follows until further
nutice:
FiiSMengcr Train*
l*oavo Eureka daily at. 3:30 a. m.
Arrivo at Pnlisalo at..10:00 a. m.
Making connection with
East and West Bound Trains of the
Central Pacific Railroad.
K<‘tu riain
Leave Palisade at. 4:00 p. m
Arrive at Eureka at.10:30 p.m.
freight and Accommodation I raiii:
ne&ve Eureka daily at... 7:00 a m.
Arrive at Palisade at. 3:50 p. m.
Leave Palisade daily at . 7:45 a. m.
Arrivo at Eureki at. 5:50 p. m.
The Company will deliver freight to
Hamilton,
Pioche,
Tybo,
Reveille,
Belmont,
AND ALL POINTS SOUTH.
By its teuuis, with rare and dispatch and a!
the lowest rates.
n27tf 1*. KVKUTN, General Kup't.
ETJREXA AND PALISADE
TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
OFFICE
With Wells, Fargo & Co ,
Main atraet, Eureka.
THE ONLY LINE
('ounceling with (lie Direct Allan,
lie* ( able.
For nil European citios and towns, and At
lantic and Pacific Telegraph. For all point?
| east arid west our facilities for
RAPID TRANSMISSION
arc tho best in tho world.
n27t.f P. EVERTS. General Sup*t.
JONX A. I’AXTOX, ALL** A. CURTIS, II. MCI.l,KB
PAXTON & CO.,
BAM- I£ ERS.
EUREKA, NEVADA,
I \I.AW AT SIGHT. IN SI MS TO SUIJ
I ) ON
Anglo-Californian Rank.SRn Francisco
Anglo-Californian Rank.London
I J. Sc \V. Seligman Jk Co....Now York
D. 0. .Mills A Co.Sacramento
i Decker A Jewvtt..Marysville
White A McCornick...^alt Lake City
Discount Commercial paper. Make Collec
tions. Receive Deposits in Coin or Currency
"on open account, Cortiticuto, or special Do’
posit, and transact
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
MINING STOCK liOL’GHT AND SOLD
ON COMMISSION.
mh 11 _
D. 23. I2HIVIEI, aL CO.
ltAMiEUS.
In Clio Old l!i|ir((ss ISuil«liii|f,
.Main Street, Eureka.
| yiAWS AT SIGHT ON
SAN FRANCISCO.
NEW YORK
LONDON.
And nil principal cities in the l nitod States
and Europe.
Discount commercial paper.
Receive deposits in Coin or Currency on
open account; Certificates or Special Deposits,
and will transact a
Ociinul Itmiliinu; lliisiness.
Long exp rienco in the
(olleriliig PcpHrlimnl
Cf Wells, Fargo A Co., justifies us in an
nouncing that wo will make
t'ol!<*<*!iona Iroin Ahroiul ft Kperlalty
ttptitf
TEA AND PHYSIC.
A Mixed Chinese Advertisement.
]vR. CUM WINO, THE CELEBRATED
" Chineso Physician, takes this method of
informing the public that he has located in
Kurvka. Ho treats successfully all diseases
to which the flesh is heir.
Office at Sin Sum Wee’s store, in Chinatown.
All of the choicest brands of Chinese Teas
are also to bo found at the well.stocked store
of Sin Sam Wee. Trices lower than any other
establishment in town. jylHtf
RUBY HILL WATER WORKS.
Capacity of Tanka 400,000 Gallons
ALL NOW FULL.
WATER WILL I1E FURNISH KD IN
Ur by Hill, in any desired ciuantities, at
all seaso.s of the year, at a uniform ratu and
lower than can be furnished from any othor
source. Water delivered twice daily to pri
vate families, minors’ cabins, saloons, otc.
Tickets remains' from ti‘4 to .‘>0 cents npioco
will I o sold at tho office of tho company on
Ruby Hill.
W.B. HAKRUB Proprietor.
T. W. l’EAUSON, Superintendent,
my M U
POLITIC A L.
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
FOR PRESIDENT,
SAMUEL J.TILDEN,
O F N E W Y 0 R K.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
Thomas A. Hendricks
OF INDIANA.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS:
J. I’. CVKIIIR,.Slurry
K. III.EXNKKHAN.SCr r, ,IIliinb«l<ll
J. HAUt'RnAX.Wnxlior
MEMBER OF CONGRESS.
A. C. ELLIS,
OF OR M 3 B Y.!
JUDGE SUPREME COURT,
XVI. EIREFATRICE,
OF STOREY.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
FOB SI X A TOR—1.0 VO THRU,
GEORGE W. CASSIDY.
For SKXATOR-SHORT TKRM,
GEORGE W. BAKER.
FOR ASSKMBI.YM FX,
D. E. Baily, D. J. J. McLaughlin
El. G. Cavanaugh. Thos. Laspcyre.
Sheriff..E. DEWITT
County Clotk.F. H. HARMON
Treasurer.RICHARD RYl,AND
Assossor.J. c. l’OWELL
Recorder.BEN. a LEVY
District Attorney.GEO. W. MERRILL
County Surveyor.W. A. EDWARDS
Public Ailminist'r.. LAM BERT MOLIN' EL LI
Sui>t. Public Instruction.A. K. KAYE
County Comuiis'r—Long Term.J. LEVIN
County Comis’r—Short Term... JoS. OBERBR
Justice of the Poaco.il. M. BEATTY
Constable.CUAS. M. PRYOR
j JOSEPH W1N7.EL
School Trustees. j A. \V. CAMPBELL
J A. E. TITUS
S. FRIEDMAN,
DKAl.KIt IX
FAMILY GROCERIES, CROCERY AND
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND, A CHOICE
\ J lot of Family Uroeerius and Country
Produce.
Ladies, if you want your husbands to love
you, go to Friedman's lor your groceries, as
the following will show:
Ou! say not 1 lore you, because the molasses
You purchased ut Fried man’* was gildon
and clear;
The syrup, tho sugar, the jelly in glasses,
Tho crackers, tho inack’rol 1 know wore not
dour.
Hut when vou canio to me with Friedman’s
imoked salmon,
And showed mo his samples of Limborger
choose,
1 folt that his claim to bo cheap was not gam
mon,
1 loved you, and said so. dear Jane, on nij
knees. ia28tf
STATE UNIVERSITY,
ELKO NEVADA,
Preparatory Department.
r«niK FIRST TERM OF THIS SCHOOL
1 will begin September 4th. Mule and fe
mulo pupils prepared tor college, or advanced
further and instructed in tho collegiate
branch os. Knglish studios, mathematics
and the ancient and modern languages
thoroughly taught. Lessons in music by
a competent teacher. No charge for tui
tion-music extra; also, no charge lor room
rent. Hoard, #80 per month, payable in ad
vance, quarterly. For further particulars,
address, D. K. SLSSlONS,
sll-.'lm _Principal.
r. H. HARMON,
POUNTY CLERK, AND EX-OFFICIO
Clerk of tho District Court of tho Sixth
ludicial District, in and for tho County ol
Sureka, Stato of Nevada.
CONVEYANCING,
n nil its branches, correctly executed. Ao
tnowlo laments. Affidavit,, etc., taken in any
lart of the town.
Office: Front corner room at the Court
louse. db-3m
POLITICAL.
REPUBLICAN TICKET.
f or Vi evident of the I'ulteri State*,
RUTHERFORD B. HAYES,
OF OHIO.
For Vice I'mlilcnt:
William A. Wheeler,
OF NEW YORK.
-^
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS:
It. .W. DAGGETT.Storey
GEORUE TEFLV. Oruisby
W. IV. tits HOI'.Lincoln
FOR JUSTICE OF THE SUPllEM E COURT:
O. R. LEONARD.Humboldt
FOR CONGRESS.
THOMAS WKE.V.Eureka
REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET.
For Senator (Long Term),
CIIAS. C. WALLACE
For Senator (Short Term',
CIZAS. a. HUBBARD.
For Assemblymen,
J. L. Smith, A. W. Atchinson,
J. Merchant, Geo. K. McCulloch.
For Sheriff.JAMES SI AS
For County Clerk.A. D. HASKELL
For County Treasurer.D. 13. l.MMEL
For County Roeorder.R. L. CHASE
For County Assessor.HANK KNIGHT
For District Attorney.W. II. DAVENPORT
For County Surveyor.H. II. CONKLIN
For Public Administrator.A. C. BISHOP
For Sun’t Public Ins’L....HIRAM JOHNSON
For County Com’r (Long Term )...T. D. PAGE
Co’nty Com’rlShortTorm i HARRY BEADLE
U’RI KA TOW VSMIl*.
For J ustiee of the Peace.L. \V. CROM EH
For Constable....ALEX. McKAY
ei'rkka sriioni, niSTUicr.
For Trustees,
W. 11. CLARK, W. 11. STOW ELL,
M. M. JOHNSON.
[OFFICIAL.]
PROPOSED AMENDMENT AND KKVIS
I_ i<»* of the Constitution of tho State of
Nevada, fussed at the seventh session of the
Legislature :
Resolved, by tho Assembly, tho Senate con
curr.ng, that tho Constitution of tho State of
Nevada be amended us follows:
Amend section one of Article IX. of the
Constitution of tho State of N evada, so as to
read as follows;
Section 1. The fiscal year shall commence
on the first day of December in each year.
Passed January 10,1875.
Resolved, by the Assembly, the Senate con
curring, that our history, as a Mate, has
taught i s the necessity of revising tho Con
stitution; we therefore recommend tho elec
tors. at the next election lot members of tho
Legislature, to vote tor or against the calling
o! a Convention for the purpose of revising
the Constitution of the State of Nevada.
Passed February 18, 1875.
I hereby cortify the foregoing to be truo
copies from tho original enrolled resolutions
on tile in my office.
[L. S.l Witness my hand and tho Croat
Seal of tho State. August 1, 1876.
au3-td J. D. MINOR, Sec’y of State.
JOHN SHRuUFK. HUGH McJCRUM.
SHROUFE & McCRUM,
Successors to J. M. (Joowey A Co.,
Importers of Liquors,
FIND
KENTUCKY WHISKIES, Etc.
4UU mill 411 trout Kl„
San Francisco. : : : California
____mr5tf_
WESTERN UNION
TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS.
FliHIS COMPANY IS PREPARED TO
A tt-insmit money by telegraph to all
points on the Pacific Coast, and to all princi
pal cities and towns thireughout tho United
States. For terms, apply to Local Agents.
I ieo-tf
MI Si: ELL A NEO US.
WM. H. CLARK
tn”
KEEPS
EVERYTHING !
AT THE CORNER OF
MAIN AND CLARK STREETS'
*
EUREKA,
NEVADA.
fta-AGENT FOR DUPONT AND GIANT
POWDER.
WM. II. CLARK.
Eurokn. April 6, 187(1. »p#tf
Sweeney’s Stables !
The Most Extensive Livery
IN THE STATE !
—THR—
Fashion and the Dexter!
Thu Complete KMnhli'tltmeuta
UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT!
O ADDLE HORSES, BUG
O gios, Carriages, Rocka
way?, \V agons, etc., in endless
( variety!
Horses Bought and Sold!
And a gonoral livery business conducted in all
of its branches.
Having obtained a permanent lease of the
Fashion Stable— Walsh's old stand—1 will in
the future rnn the same in connection with
the Dexter Livery, Food and 8alo Stable.
Both establishments will be open for busi
ness dhy and night. The finest stock and
turnouts in America always on hand. Give
me a rail. SWEENEY*
jl>tf ___
EUREKA FOUNDRY.
L. C. ANDERSON,
Having purchased the proper
ty known ns the Eureka Foundry, is
now prepared to furnish mills, furnaces, etc.
with
Coatings of All Descriptions; also,
Machine Work.
ee~ Orders from Austin, Belmont, Ilamil
ton, and Mineral Hill solicited and tilled with
dispatch. All work leaving this foundry
GUARANTEED, and on the most reasonable
terms. Orders left at the foundry, or address
edto L. C. ANDERSON.
Eureka Foundry, Eureka, Nevada.
Will receive promot attention. o20tf
CONRAD SCHAFER,
Corner of Buol and Bateman Sts.,
Dealer in New and Sioooml*Hand
FURNITURE!
Mattress Manufacturer.
ALSO,
Bedding and Furniture!
AS I BUY AND SELL FOB CASH, AND
do my own work, 1 can noil cheap, l'lcaso
give mo a call. Repairing dono.
This establishment has no connection with
W. I'. Haskell Sl Co.
u , ;o-lm C. SCHAFER.
NOTICE-BATHS!
AS THE WEATHER IS GETTING CO#D
my bath rooms in tho future will be
supplied with STOVES for the comfort of my
patrons.
Our Mineral Baths
Aro the best in tho State f r Rheumatics;
our COUGH TONIC and I’lLES SALVE will
cure all; every case curable.
Romomber the place, tho Old Silver Brick
building, North Main stroet, adjoining
Thucher’s. «pS-lm T. DETTEK.
OLD CITY MARKET.
North MaiD Street,
EUREKA, : : : : : NEVADA.
I WOULD ANNOUNCE
i that L haro opened the
above-named establishment,
where I will keep constantly
on hand the best of
Beef, Veal, Mutton, Corned
Boef and Pork.
Tho boH quality of SAUSAGE will always
bo found at my market.
1 would respectfully solicit the patronage
of my old customers and tho public gener
ally. sp'-M-lm JOSEPH BOOS.
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY.
1HIE UNDERSIGNED MOULD RE
•pectfully announce that ho has boon ap
pointed agent for tho
Principal American and loreign
Fire Insurance Companies,
And is now prepared to take insurance in
Eureka and Ruby 11 ill.
Business promptly attended to.
BENJ. C, LEVY.
Agency at the oflico of W. B. Ilarrub, South
Spring street, near Richmond furnace,
iytitf
MISCELL A NEC VS.
District Court Summons.
In (lie IMstrici Court of (he ftlxda
Jmlieinl IUstrlc(. In fiaifl for
fiirekii cennl.v, .state of
Sevailn.
riMIE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS
I greeting to J. W. Ellyson, N. Bertrand
and W. II. Merriani.
You are hereby required to appear in an
action commenced against you as defendant
by Thomas Wothered as plaintiff, in the Dis
trict Court of tuo fcixth Judicial District, in
and for tho county of Eureka, State of Neva
da, at th* town of Eureka, and answer tho
•complaint therein, which is on file with the
Clerk of said Court, within ton days after the
service on you ot this summons (exclusive of
the day of service), if served in said county,
or twenty days if served out of said county
but within this distiict, and in all other
cases forty days; or judgment by default
will bo taken against you, according to the
prsyer of said complaint.
The said action is brought to recover judg
ment against your the said defendants, for the
recovery of tho sum of$821 80 inU.3. gold
coin, being tho sum of $154 40 for goods,
wares and merchandise, and labor furnished
to you by plaintiff at your request in tho
years 1871 and 1875; also for goods sold to you
by W. H. Clark to tho amount of $10 in gold
coin; also for goods sold to you by B. F. Mc
Ewon to tho amount of $48 in U. »S. gold coin;
also tor labor and service performed for vou
at your request by John T. Caleat to the ,
amount of $208 in gold coin; and also for. laJ „
bor and service performed for you at your
request by VVm. Smith; all of said goods and
labor wore furnished in tho y*»ars of 1875 and
1878, and the accounts of which have boon
duly sold and assigned to plaintiff.
And you are hereby notified, that if you
fail to appearand answer the said complaint
as abovo roquired the said plaintiff will take
judgment against you for tho sum of $821 GO
in b. S. gold coin and costs of suit.
[L. 3.] In testimony wheroof, 1, F. H. Har
mon, havo hereunto set my hand and af
fixed the seal of said Court this 1st day of
August, A. I>. 1878. F, H. 1IARM»)N,
Clerk District Court,Sixth Judicial District,
Eureka county, Nevada,
John T. B.akkr, Attorney for plaintiff.
au3-law3m
Application for a Patent
TO THE ATLANTIC MINE.
no. m
U. S. 1.1Nri Omen, Eurkka, Nev.,
October20tb, lb7".
'VTOTTCE IS 1IKKKUY (ilVE.V THAT
the Richmond Mining Company of Ne
vada, whoso I'ostoffico address is Eureka.
Nov., has this day, bv its duly authorized
agent, K. Rickard, hied its application *or a
patent for six hundred (600) linear foot of the
Atlantic mine or vein bearing silver, with
surface ground two hundred (200) feet in
width, situate, lying and being in Eureka
Mining District, county of Eureka, and State
of Nevada, and known and designated by the
field notes and official plat on fiie in this office
as lot No. 109.
Tho exterior boundaries of said lot No.
109 being as follows, to wit:
Variation, lia deg. east: Commencing at
a post marked No. 1, U. S. Survey No. 109,
tho same being post No. 1, U. S. Survey No.
108, Arctic Lode; whence the flagstaff in tho
town of Eurka bears N. 04dg. 32 min E.9,000 ft;
th« highest point of Ruby iliil No. 1 boars S.
30 deg. 21 min. \V., 714 7-10 feet; and the Law
ton shaft ol tho Eureka Consolidated Min
ing Company bears S. 32 deg. 28 min. E. 1,098
feet; thence running first course X. *8 deg. E.
200 feet to post marked No, 2, U. S. Survey
No. 109; thence second course, S. 021? deg. E.
000 feet, to port marked No 3, IJ. S. Purvey
No. 10t*; thence third course S. 88 do*. YV, 200
feet, to post marked No. 4, U. J*. Survey No.
10*9; the same being post No. 2 o‘ snid survey
No. 108; and thence fourth course N.OtS deg.
\Y\, 000 feet, along said survey No. 108. to
post marked No. 1, tho place of beginning,
containing 2 71-100 acres.
This claim is bounded on the southwest by
tho Arctic Mining claim, and ©n the northeast
by tho Antarctic Mining claim.
The location of this mine is duly recorded
in the Recorder’s office of Eureka .Mining
District, on page 179, in book E, of tho
Eureka District Mining Records.
Any and till persons claiming adversely
any portion of said Atlantic mine or said min
ing ground a* hereinbofure described, are re
quired to file their adverse claim with the
Register of the United States Land Office at
Eureka, inthoStatoof Nevada, during the
00 days’ period of publication hereof or they
will be barred by virtue of tho provisions of
tho statute. 1*. li. 1MMEL, Register.
o‘J1-ti0d__
Application for a Patent
TO THE ANTARCTIC MINE.
NO. 350.
U. S. Land Omen, Ei*r*kav Nov.,
October 20th, IbTO.
'VJOTICE is hereby given that
ll tho Richmond Mining Company of No
vada. whose I’oatoflice address is Eureka, Ne
vada, has this day, by its duly authorized
agent. R. Rickard, tiled its application for a
putont for six hundred (H00) linear feet of the
Antarctic mine or vein bearing silver, with
surface ground two hundred (200) feet in
width, situate, lying and being in Eureka
Mining District, county of Eureku, and State
of Nevada, and Unown and designated by the
field notes and official plat on tile in this of
fice as lot N o. UO.
Tho exterior boundaries of sai l lot No. 116
being as follows, to wit:
Variation. deg. east : Commencing at
a post marked No. 1, U. S. Survey No. 110,
tho same being post No. 2 of Survey No. 100,
Atlantic lode, whence tho flagstaff in tho
town of Eureka bears N. 05 dear. 5 min E.,
9,120 feet, tho highest point of Ruby Hill
hours S. 31 deg. 43 min. W., fill 8-10 feet; and
the Lawton shaft of the Eureka Consolidated
Mining Company bears S. 23 deg. Id min. E.,
1,170 feet: thence running first course N. 38
deg. E., 200 feet, to post marked No. 2, lT, S.
Survey No. 110; thence second course S. H2S
deg. E. 000 foot to poU marked No. 3, U. S,
Survey No. 110; thence third course S. 38 deg.
W., 2U0 feet, to post marked No. 4. U. S. Sur
vey No. 110, the same being post No. 3, of said
survey No. 100; and thence fourth course N.
02‘a deg. W„ 600 feet, to post No. 1, tho place
of beginning, containing 2 71-100 acres.
This claim is bounded on the southwost by
tho Atlantic mine and on the nertheast by
tho Cliff mine.
Tho location of this mine is duly recorded
in the Recorder’s office of Eureka Mining
District, on pages 178 and 179, in book E of
the Eureka District Mining Records.
Any and al l persons claiming adversely any
portion of said A ntarctic mine or said mining
ground as hereinbefore describ'd, aro re
quired to tile their adverse claim with the
Register of tho United States Land Office at
Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the
HO days’ period of publication hereof, or they
will bo barred by virtue ot tin* provisions of
the statute. 1*. B. 1MMEL, Register.
O21-H0J
JUS1* BBCBIVBB "
-AT
J. H. MICHEL’S.
MAIN ST., EUKEKA,
First door above W. 11. Stc.well'8 Llrug Store,
A fresh Rtock of
Stationery of nil kind.*,
Cigar* and Tobacco,
Meerschaum I’lpea.
Cutlery, Toy*.
And fancy goods of ail kinds.
N. B.— A choice lot of ALBUMS for holi.
day pressntf. dStf

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