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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL
ORES PURCHASED.
The Tybo Con. M.Co. of Tybo,
JJAVING COMPLETED THEIR
Milling,
Smelting,
and Refining
Establishments,
Are prepared to purchase and
Pay Highest Rates for Free Mill
ing and Base Ores.
For Particular, address,
M. D. HOWELL.
Manager.
jalO-'m Tybo, Xye county. N. vada.
0. K. Tonsorial Establishment.
ITS. ANDERSON, Proprie tor.
AT THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS IX
sured a flrst-class shave, stylish hair
cut. a refreshing shampoo, and a luxurious
hot and cold bath. Main street, ono door
above my old plaeo.
d27-tf WM. ANDERSON.
CORNER BARBER SHOP.
Adjoining the Corner Saloon.
HENRY CASEY, • • PROPRIETOR.
Newly fitted up with all the
latest improvements.
ROCHESTER CHAIRS.
The Best Artists Only Employed.
A ('lean Towel for Kterjr (u.lemer.
splOtf
PIONEER
Barber Shop & Bath House,
First door north of the Pioneer Restaurant.
North Mai- street. Euroka.
The undersigned, having re
cently openeu the abe ve establisnment
offers his professional services o all who
desire a first-class nhysiognomi.-al HAIR
CUT. or an ecstatic SHAVE.
8#* Hair Cutting, 50 cents. Shampooing1
50 cents.
Connected with the esrab.
lishment are several neat and
elegant Rath Rooms, where
the most desirable llot or
Cold Baths can be bad at all times.
BATHS, 50 CENTS.
A share »f public patronage is solicited.
JAMES M. M. MOODY. Prop'r.
San Jose Savings Bank,
286 Santa Clara Street San Jose. Cal..
Capital Stock, - - - $600,000.
Paid in Stock—Gold Coin, $300,000.
Asaeta Jan. 1„ 1875,$!,324,155.52.
DEPOSIT RECEIPTS ISSUED, BEAR
mg interest FROM DATE Or DEPOS
IT at SIX PER CENT., payable on demand;
EIGHT PER CENT., payable in six months,
and NINE per cent, payable in twelve
months.
Receipts are preferable to pass books, be
cause the interest is paid promptly at tin
end of six months from date of each deposit,
they may also be transferred by indorsement,
and principal with interest will be paid to
holder.
Pass books issued, if desired, and same rats
of interest allowed.
Deposits from theinterier. or from any part
of the United States or Europe, may be sent
by express, or by exchange on San Francisco
or New York, in gold or currency. Parties
remitting will state the time for which the
doposit is to be made, and a Deposit Receipt
or Pass Book—as preferred—will be promptly
returned.
Kouiittanees in Currency Exchange will
be credited in gold at current rate.
JOHN II. MOORE. II. H. REYNOI.DSire
mh7-ly President Cash,
r. B. BARMON,
POUNTY CLERK. AND EX-OKFICIO
U Clerk of the District Court of tho Sixth
Judicial District, in and for the County of
Sureka, State of Nevada.
CONVEYANCING,
In all its braaebss, correctly executed. Ac
(nowlelgnicnts, Affidavits, etc., taken in any
>art of the town.
Office: Front corner room at the Court
ouse. JMa)
LAMBERT MOLINELLI,
Notary hi huc aro neakcii
KR of RECORDS.
Copyist, General Collector and Real Estu'c
Agent
Legal Instruments of all descriptions care
/ally executed.
OFFICE—in the Law Office of Geo. W.
Baker. jy2-tf
DAVID LUNDBOM
A8IAYBR.
ORcc: Main street, opposite the Pio
neer Restaurant.
••"Accurate assays guaranteed.
A SMALL ADVANCE FROM MY FOR
J\. MER very low rates will be charged in
the future, though fees will still bo kept
reasonable as possible.
Strangers are required to pay in advance.
Eurek a. August ‘£1 IW8. au'-B-tf
ANTONIO FERRARIS,
PRACTICAL BOOTMAKER
First Door Above Monaco’s Photograph
Gallery.
Boots made of thb best r •
French Calfskin and titted to a
T. Cork-soled Boots made a specialty
lor winter. _
I havo a oomplete assortment oi custom
made Boots.
Ladies’ Shoes made to order in a neat
manner.
Repairing neatly done and on short no
tice.
French dressing for ladies’ and children’s
•hoes.
Nona but practical workmen employed,
oli ANTONIO FERRARIS.
HOTELS, ETC.
FISKE’S
LUNCH HOUSE,
South Main Street.
CHARLES FISKE, : : : PROPRIETOR.
ri'HE TABLES OF THIS
1 establishment are at all sea
sons furnished with the best to b /
found in the California and Kast-^
crn n arxors. i am at all tim< s pleased to s-^e
my old friends and cu1 toniers, and hs many
new on s as may please to patronize me.
Meah at ail Hour*. Day or Ifcltflit.
CHARLES FiSKE.
Eureka, Nevada, Jan. 28, 1877. ji8-tl
Hurrah for the Railroad!
BILLY GILLEN TO THE FBONT.
Board, $7 a Weak; Single Meal*,
37 12 Cents.
Sliver Brick Hotel,
South Mam street. Eureka.
On and after November. 1, 1875, the Hoove
prices will be charred at the Silver Brick.
o24tf YVM. <JLLLKN, Proprietor.
J. L. HIItrKLKT. J. H. LOCK wool'
PARKER HOUSE,
EUKEKA, NEV.
Hinckley & Lockwood, Proprietors.
1MIE ROOMS ARE SPACIODS AND
supplied with Spring Beds throughout.
T1IK BAR
[> furnished with the finest Liquors and
Cigars thn* can be purchased.
A FiisPrlass Reslanrant ou the
Fink Floor.
The Palisade, Hamilton, Austin. Tybo and
Belmont S.ages, all stop at this House.
jll-nlfi__
UNITED STATES BAKERY
and Restaurant.
JOHN HUEBNER, PROP’R.
SERVED DP AT ALL TIMES, IN THE
most approved stylo.
Fish, Game,
And the best BEEF, PORK and MDTluN
to be procured in the market.
Meals at all hours.
BREAD. PIES, CAKES, etc.
Pa't’ jr for ball Euppers gotten up on short
notiee.
WEDDING CAKES a specialty.
All article* delivered free of charge.
Orders solicited. au23lf
TURNER HOUSE.
MAIN STREET.EUREKA, NEV.
TIIIS HOUSE HAS BEEN REFITTED
throughout, containing a largo number of
COMMODIOUS and ELEGANTLY
FURNISHED ROOMS,
Suitable for families or single gentlomen.
Bar and Bllllartl room, with a fine as
sortment of LIQUORS and CIGARS.
au9tf B. J. TURN EH, Proprietor.
OTTAWA HOTEL.
Opposite Richmond furnace.
Main street. Eureka. J. S. Allan
would respectfully announce to his
many friends that he has comp et**d the
erection »>f the above house and intend? con
ducting it as a firs -class boardina-houso and
hotel. The table will at all seasons be fur
ni«bcd with thochoie *st goods to be found in
the Eastern and California markets, icgard
less of expense, while at the bar wi 1 be
found the most superior biand* of wine*,
liquors and cigars, shipp'd direct from the*
leading manufacturers and distillers. The
proprietor will us© every effort to promore
the comfort of his guests, and make th*i
OTTAWA HOTEL one of the leading houses
in Eastern Nevadu.
Meals wl 1 bo served at all hours. Board
per week, §7. Drinks and cigars, U'4 cents.
J. S. ALLAN.
d3tf Proprietor.
Parker House Restaurant.
MRS. P. GALLAGHER, - - - Propriktrkss.
rFUIE PROPRIETRESS TAKES PLEAS
1. ure in announcing that she has leu*ed
the abuvo
Favorite Restaurant.
The table* will be kept nupplind with every
article tho market i.ffords, prepared by
EXPERIENCED COOKS.
Board, per week...S9 00
Evroka, Nev., January 23, 1977. Il-ja23
LAFAYETTE RESTAURANT.
Eureka Hotol Building, Main Street, Eureka.
HENRY SCHAEFER. Proprietor.
PRIVATE ROOMS ATTACH
edlo the Krptuura t. Oys
ters, Fi-*h. Game, Chicken#, Tur
key?, buck#, and all the doliea- 4
civs ui an uounuaui maraui constantly on
hand. d>tf
THE CORNER CHOP-STAND.
QPIS BAY AMD SIU1IT.
WM. H. WALKER.
JIM MIDDAUOH,
January 1, 1877. Proprietor,,
ja^-tf
PINTO HOTEL.
TIIOS. FITZPATRICK. : : PROPRIETOR.
Haviku i.EAMr.n tiik h
saloon and stables at Pint , formerly
conducto i by Janu s Ailen, 1 will use my
best efforts to run the whole e.stublithoient
in a first-class manner.
THE TABLE
Will at all tines be supi lied with the best
the market ufiords, The choicest
Liquors and Cigars
Can always be procured at the 4>ar.
IMT Good stabling and feed for horses.
Pinto, January 22,1877. ja2Mf
SALOONS.
BILLIARDS !
THE CORNER
Hap just received new billiard
TABLES, with Delany's Patent Wire
Cushions, and is to be kept as
A FIRST-CLASS SALOON.
CEO. TEACHER, 1 ...
CLAY SIMMS, / Proprietors.
ap!9
COURT EXCHANGE
Northeast Corner of Main and Bateman Sts.
EUREKA. NBV.
ATONE BUT THE FINEST QUALITIES
IT el liquors and the choicest brands of
cii'ais dispensed at the bar.
Connected with the establishment is a
Club R o o m.
And a number ef well-furnished card-room?
for private parties.
jalttf liANK KNIGHT. Proprietor.
FRANK’S SALOON!
JOS. MENDES, Prop’r.
^y IIOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALE!
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
All kinds of Soda Drinks, flavored with the
following KXTKACTS,coB8tantly on hand:
Sarasparilla. Sherrbet. I'oar,
Blackberry, Ambrosia, Orgeat,
Lemon. Rose, Nectar,
Orange, Milk Punch, Hock,
Vanilla Ice Cream, Claret,
Ginger Coffee Cream, Mint,
Strawberry, Cho’latc crcamCatawba.
Pine Apple, Grecian Bend, Wild Cherry
Raspberry and Don't Caro.
H£HO and CLUB H002MCS!
Money to loan on collateral or approved
business paper.
27-nihl4
THE SAZERAC SALOON,
Maw Stkkkt. Eubuka,
SMITH A- CAN AVAN. PKOF*N.
REFITTED and REFURNISHED!
Making it oro of the most attractive places in
Eureka.
The Billiard Parlor,
Attached to the SAZERAC, is the finest bil
liard room in town, containing the newest and
most improved tables.
my 29-it
HENRY KIND,
Wholesale and retail dealer in
LIQOURS, WINES AND CIGARS,
on ain street, opposite Pioneer Restaurant.
Having just returned from
Louisville, Kentucky, ard San Fran
cisco. Cali ornia, and made arrang inent* for
regular shipments of goods in mv line ot bus
iness, I nm prepared 10 outbid all opposition
lor quality and juices.
Give me a call and find out the TRFT11 of
the above assertions f«r yourselves.
ftoStf H. KIND.
Senate Saloon,
OPPOSITE THE PAHKEii HOUSE,
Main Street, Eureka.
Tj’IKEST BHANDS OK
M ines Liquor* nml ( ignrs
Attached to the saloon are several C UB
ROOMS, which are neatly end cosily fitted
up. All tho daily and weekly paner*, and
the monthly magazine#, cun al.va>s he found
at this establishment.
TOMMY DOUGLAS, Manager.
Eureka, January 2, 1877. i3 tf
PALACE SALOON,
East Main street*
South of Wells, Fargo A Co.
L. (XAKK AND A. MOTTO. Prop's**,
HAVE FITTED UP. IN THE Best Style.
tho above Saloon, where they will ko«p
only the choicest brands of Liquors and Ci
gars. Call and bo convinced.
_ oov24-sltf
ATLAS SALOON,
South Main Struct, above the Court-house,
HERMAN KRIE9EH, Proprietor.
Drink*, Twelve and a Half Cent*.
'P H E BEST OK WINKS,
1 Linuors and Cigars, always on
bund.
THE PLACE WILL BE CONDUCTED
IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE.
Eureka, Feb. 5, 1877. f6-tf
BRANDT’S
Bavaria and Boca Beer Depot.
Three door** above Meyer’s A Franklin's,
MAIN riTKBKT. KUKKKA.
irE WILL KEEP ON HAND f
I? a constant supply of tbe eel©-*
orated Bavaria und Boca Beer; also*
v ineyard, I rop A l.Vs fazerae de forge, and
other well known brands of brandies, bour
bon and bye whiskies, auine 24 years* old,
und the finest liquors of ail kinds ut 12 u
can's a drink.
We have an elegant ©levator of the latest
pattern for bohting the beer, tilled in
glasses, cold iroui the cellar, at the tick ol
the bell.
free lunch from 11 to 1 o’clock daily; will
also keep sandwiches of all kinds, Hute
Herrings, Caviur, Ham, etc. C'igurs a spe
cialty.
i-Mf HOI IS PHANDT.
JOB I'KIMIMJOr ALL KINDS. Ex
ecuted with di* pa toll at tlie RENTIN’ Kt
printing Office.
MISCEL LA NEO VS.
T II E
EUREKA AND PALISADE
Railroad!
IIAS BEEN
Completed to Eureka,
And the Company is now ready to carry pas
sengors and freight over the road
With Regularity and Dispatch.
Train! will run as follows until further
notice;
rnwniger Trniua
Leave Eureka daily at... 8:30 a. m.
Arrive at Palisade at...10;00 a. m
Making connection with
East and West Bound Trains of the
Central Pacific Railroad.
He in ruing::
Leave Palisade at. 4:00 p. m.
Arrive at Eureka at...-.11:00 p.m.
f reight and Accommodation Train:
neave Eureka daily at... 7:00 a m.
Arrive ar palisade at. ‘<:V) p. m.
Leave Palisade doily ar... 7:-4"» a.
Arrive at Eureka at.. 5:.V0 p. u.
The Company will deliver freight to
Hamilton,
Pioche,
Tybo,
Reveille,
Belmont,
AND ALL POINTS SOUTH.
By lU teams. with care and dispatch and at
the lowest rates.
r.27tf P. M t ins. I.rnernl *is|P*.
EUREKA AND PALISADE
TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
OFFICE
With Wells, Fargo Sc Co,
Main street. Eureka.
THE ONLY LINE
('ounfctlni; with the Direct Allan,
lie t able.
For all European cities and towns, and At
lantic and Pacific Telegraph. For all points
east and west our facilities for
RAPID TRANSMISSION
are the best in the world.
p‘27tf P. EY’EKTS. General Sup’t
Palace Hotel!
SAN FRANCISCO.

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GRADUATED PRICES.
Rooms with Board, - - $3 per Day.
Rooms with Board, - - 84 per Day.
Rooms without Board, 81 per Day,
And Upwards.
Warren Lcland, - - Lessee.
f 4-2na
FASHION
CIIOI* HOUSE,
American Exchnnce Buildin?, Corner of Main
and Clark streets.
MEAI.S, - - ■ - SO Ceuta
t LT.L KINDS OF CAME, FISII AND
J\. VECEi AliLES.
OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE.
Open oay and niaiit.
Eureka. Feb. 9, 1877. flO-tf
PINTO HOTEL,
PINTO,.NEVADA
MlaaSnrnli Murray. I'rojirietren*.
fPHE TABLE WILL AT ALL
1 times bo Hiipi li<<i w.th the
beat tho markot HtToiilri.
PRICES REASONABLE.
Regular boarders aud tran-dont custom
solicited. dd.
ASSESSMENT NOTICE
Notice to Delinquent t o omiers.
Notice is hereby given to s.
Pear-on, A. B Judson, A. H'hro a d L.
J. Lewi*. your heirs, legal representatives
an I assigns, ci-workers in ti.o mining groun »,
location and claim l*nown and called by the
name of the ’TIiiEu/' located August il>d,
1870, in the Eureka Mi ing District, Eureka
county. State of Nevada (then Bun iercounty)
and recorded in Book “D,” p. Ill, of the
records of said district, that the undersigned,
a co-owner therein, h is performe i labor ai.d
made imp ovunrnt- on the said gr<*nnd and
chum ot “Tigei” mioe aforesaid, for theyears
l^* r and IS7<>, to th • amo mt o two hundred
and forty (#.H0) dollars, in I . S. gold coin, bo
ing one hundred and twenty (el^O) dollars for
each year, and has expand d the same there
on X3 required by the act ot • ongrens entitled
| **An act to promote the development of the
mining r**sourcc*i of the 1 nited State*,'* up
; proved May 10. 1872, and the acts umenda
'cty thereof; thw said sum so expended being
ten ($10) do iai s fur ench one hundred (100)
te *t Oi said *’liger M mining Claim,” rnd that
tuch of you a-^ shall at the expiration jf
ninety 00) days a: ter the completion of the
pub icalion of this mnee be delinquent in
I the payment of yo ir respective portins
thereof, and shall tail or refuse to c n-ril*
uto and pa. to mo your proportion of the \
penditure so made, at the rate of ten 1510 -
dollars for each one handled (100) fe< t which
you n ay severally own in .<«id * Tiger” mB.e
and claim, the interest, right or pr party in
» id mining g out d and claim owned by any
and every such delinquent owner will becoaie
the property of the undersigned cu-i'wner,
win* has mudo the required expenditures
ihereon requited bv th • act ot Congress be
fore mention d and recited. Payment to bo
made to uio at Eureka, Nevada.
1 lit>MA*> GILMOUR.
Eureka, Nrv.. Jar. 31, lt>77. 11-P0d
NOTICE.
fPH E CNDKltSIGN ED IUVIN'O mt
1 chased t io entire interest of Thomas
iiildreth in ail real and porsonal proper y in
the Mute of Ni*vaua heretofore owned by the
firm of Dunphy A 111 Ureth, will continue the
businoss heteiofore carried on b\ said firm.
VT , WILLIAM DI N P11Y.
LI ko,Nev., Dec. 1,1870. jaJl-lm
PROFESSIONAL.
DR M. R. CHAMBLIN,
IJHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, CAN I!E
found Ht the Eureka Drug Store, or at
hi* oflioo, two doors south of the Skntinkl
otlice, on Duel street.
Eureka, Feh. !l, lti/7. flO-tf
A. M. HIl.I.HOl'S*. W. H. DA VENPORT
HIDLHOUSE & DAVENPORT,
i TTOIIXKVN AT MW, OFFICE IN
j\ the Odd Follow*’ new building, ui> stairs,
Rooms I and 2. Eureka. Nevada. ell
Dat. E. Bah t. C. J. Lansing.
LANSING & BAILY,
\TTOKNKY** AT LAW. OFFICE: 2d
floor, stono building, "outhwest corner of
Clark und.Muin street*. Eureka Nev.
my21-tf
CRITTKNBVN THORNTON. THOS. WREN
WREN & THORNTON,
ATTORNEY** AT LA AY,
Main Street, Eureka, Nevada.
K-tf
G. W. BAKER. *
A TTtl It N I) Y A T I. A W ASH)
NOTARY PUBLIC. Office in jick
l*yland> Brick Building. Baton • h «..r<*ot.
Kureka Nevada. *tll
R. M. BEATTY,
4 TTOP.NEY AND
A COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
( fficn two door* north o? tie Post--*ffice,
Main iBrewt, Lureka, Nevada. ja-Vtt
A. C. BISHOP. n. Cm (RAM.
DUS. BISHOP & CRAM,
niivsit ms a x i> M K€«
I Office on Main treet, opposite Paxton *k
Co's Bank, Lureka. firitf
GEO. VV. MERRILL,
VTroRXKY AT LAW, l>I STRICT
Attorney lor Kureka eount>, and No
tary Public.
Office in Hyland's Brick Building. oSfttf
THOMAS J. READ,
/1IVIL LM-INLLH A\I> I . S. DU*.
\_y utv Mineral Surveyor. Office in Hy
land’* Brick Building, on the corner of Hue)
and Bateman *treotn, up stairs. tnyl4
C HAMILTON, D. D. :S..
Duvrisr, Koom*: Five doors ,
south o he Skjitinei, office, r
iiuel Eureka. f3
J. W. PACK, IX D. 8..
nKX MS r. -- Fir«t-clim work
at San Francisco prfrea. i
Mfficett th« corner ot .Main and
Clara utrerts, or*r Dinkel’s atnru.
tt
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Delinquent Sale Notice.
^T. LAWRENCE MINING COMPANY.
O Location of office and principal i»!:i;e «»f
bufinr «-t at the southwest c ritr of Mattery
and Fi bert streets, in the city and county of
•an Francisco*C*lif»rnia. Location ol mine.
Ruby Hill Eureka county, Neruda.
NOTICE—Tb *ro re delinquent upon the
bilowing do cribud sto k, on account of a
sesament No. 1, cl twenty cents per share,
levied on tho capita* stock ot ?a»a company,
on the second day of January, lt>77, tho scl
eral amount.* s t opposite the names ol thM
respective shareholder*. as follows:
Names. No. Cert. Shares. Ain’t
1*. Chamber win.. 4 11 $J JO
{’•Chamberlain. o 3 NO
P. Chain'•erli in. ti tt 1 J>)
P. « l amb rlam. 7 7 1 40
P. ( baaiberlatn. 8 10 J UO
P. Chamberlain.15 l JO
P. Chamberlain.10 1 JO
P. Cha nberlain..... H 1 20
P. fhttnbeilam.ID 3 M)
P. Cham bar lain.J) 4 W
P. Chjmbcrlain.Jl 3 «)
P. Chamb rlain.. JJ 2 40
P. ( hamberiain.Jl 5 1 1st
Drake A Mix.10 .'.0 10 00
Drake X l.ix.II 50 lo o0
L. Quint.II si 10 00
VN ii i *no Me Lallan.J4 1?K) 4® 00
J. 11. A Jams.J» 15,000 3,0 S) 00
J. McCl.ii «....7 100 JO 00
And in accordance with law arid an order of
the IF urd of llirectora, made on the second
day of January* 1877, so many shares of
each parcel of such stock as mav bo n
sary, will be sold at public auction, at the
office of thocump;*nv, at the southwest corner
**l battery and Filbert streets, in said city of
Sun f rancisco, California, on
llitiratf oy , (tic first ilny of March,
1877, at the hoar of two o’clock p. m., of *ai«K
day, to pay delinquent assessments thereon,
together with costs of advertising and the
expends of the sale.
J. 0. M GHATII,
Secretary St. Luwr noe Mmirf Co.
Office: Southwest corner Mattery X Filbert
Grow#*, San Franci-co, alifornia.
San Ftancisco, CaL, February 13, 1877.
_ __HI ___
To the Unfortunate.
XEW REMEDIES! XI.W REMEDIKft!
DR. GIBBON’S DISPEN
SAK/, M). KtAitNV ST.,
corner of Commercial, San Fran
cisco. 1'rivate entrance on Com
mercial street. established ia i
ld»«, lor tho treatment oi Soxual and ^euinal
Disease* such as Gonorrhe a, Gleet.Stricture,
Syphilis in all its forms, Seminal W tuknes*,
luipoteney, etc. etc. Skin diseases of years’
standing, *ud Ulcerated Logs, etc., successful
ly treated.
1)K. G1UIJ0N has tho pleasure of announ
cing that ho has returned from visiting the
principal hospitals of Europe, and has re
sumed practice.
The Doctor has sparoc neither time not
m< ney in seeking out new remedies, and has
roturnod with increased facilities tor tho ullo
v iation ot human suffering.
Seminal Weakness.
Seminal emission is rho consequence of eqff
abuse. ’J his solitary view, or depraved «oxuui
indidgonco, i« 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 scientific medical measures, vis.: .Sallow
countenance, dark spots under the eyes, pain
in tho head, ringing in the oars, noise liko the
rustling of leaves or rattling of chariots, un
easiness about the loins, weakness of the
innbs. confused vision, blunted intellect, loss
oi confidence, diflidoneo in approaching stran
g. rs, a disliko to form new acquaintances, a
disposition to snun society, loss of memory
pimples and various eruptions about the face
hectic flushes, furred tongue, betid breath
coughs, consumption, night sweats, monoma
nia, and frequently insanity. If rojief be not
obtained, you should apply inirmuliatel>, ei
ther in person or by letter, and hnvearure
effected by his new and scientific mode ot
treating this disease, which never fails oi
eflocting a quick and radical cure.
ruroi! at Ilonas*.
Persons at a distance may be CLUED A 7
HOME, by a {dressing a letter to Dll, GlU
liON, stating case, symptoms, length of time
the disease has cuntinuod, and have medicine
promptly forwarded, free Iroin damage and
curiosity, to Hny part of the country, with
lull uud pluin dir*<*‘ions tor uso,
liy inclosing Top Dollurs coin in a rogis
torud letter through tho Dostoflice, or
'hrough Wells, l argo A Co’s, a package ol
medicine will be forwarded to any part of the
In i on.
I’ersons writing to the Doctor will plenss
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PATENT APPLICATIONS.
Application for a Patent
-TO THE—
Buekeye >Iill Site.
NO. 369.
U. S. LardOmcr, Ei’itvitA, Ncv )
February 12, 1877. '' f
ATOTICE IS HKI1EBY GIVEN Til at
il the Eureka Consolidated Mining (W
liany. who-c Postoffico address is Eureka V
vadu, has this day filed its ay plication fort
patent tor o acres as a mill site, situate Kir,
and being in Eureka Mining District, count!
or Eureka, and State of Nevada, and know!
and designated by the field notes and officfiu
plar on file in this oliico as lot No. lit. tla
Thu exterior boundaries of said lot No li >
being as follows, tu wit: Variation ltiiydeg
Commencing at a post marked No l ft a
Survey No. 113, whence the flagstaff 'in ik
town of Eureka boar« N.,62 deg. 29 ,nj„
7,217 feet; highest point of Itubv IIj|| m0 ,*
bears S , l»3 deg. 5 min. W.. 3,017 feet- ri,!
Lawton shaft bears E., 41 deg. 21 min n>
2.. 'to fact; and post No. 1 of the Survey Vn*
37. Buckeye Lode, bears S., 47 deg 12 min vg
2,789 feet; Ihei.co running first course V 7
d; g; •> < mill. W.,l 00 feet to post markedNoV
I . S. Survey No. 113; thence.aecond course s ’
44'll deg. K.. 481 luet, to post marked No »’
I . S. Survey N. 113; ai.d thence, third coumI’
5., 11 deg. -79 min, E„ 1,021.3 fee, p*
No. 1, the place of beginning, containingfiy.
Any and all p'Tsonsc'aiming adversely nn»
poition of said liuckeyo mill site said
ground a« hereinbefur# describ'd, are re
(ill.red to file ih< ir adverse claim wjih tho
l.egis or of the I nitud Siutes Land office at
Eureka, in the State ,,f Nova.la, during the
00 d ■>>’ period of publh anon hereof, or thev
will o<4 barred by virtue of (he provisions of
1 ’r laaioi*" tMMJiL, Uegister.
Application for a Patent
-TO THE—
Champion Mill Site.
NO. 870.
_ J!* S. Lakd Omci, i
Eureka, Nevada. February 12, 1877 j
VTOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVES’ TIUT
1* tho FJureka Consolidated Minin; t'orr
panV, wln>so postofiii c ml dr©** is FJur^ka
Nevada, ha* this day liied it* application for
a r at<*nr or 5 a *rv* a* n mill *ire..«irlying
and being in F.i.rnka Minim; liistrict.countyof
Eureka, and State of Novuda,and known and
designated by the field note* and official plat
on filo in this »>flic© u« lot number 114.
The exterior bout-darie* of laid lot No. 114
bvdu; as follows, to wit: Variation Id , dog.
east t
Commencing at a po#t marked No. 1, V. g.
Survey No 11 1, the *ini« b«*ing post >u. I <,f
l . S. Survey No. Ill, Buck©?© mill i»ite;
when*© the ting staff in the t.*wn of Eureka
hour* N„ t»2 d©;. 2!* min. S., 7,217 fvet; the
highest yoint of Ruby Hill No 1 bears S.,
t g. 5 min. W.. ;4,0|7 feet; the Low on shaft
boat* aS., 44 deg. 21 min. \V., 2.-4W feet; and
post .Nih 1 of i>urrey No. IW. 1 hatnpion Lode,
bear* S., *♦» dog. ;;7 in in. W.,2,J»7d ir©t; thence,
rur.ni t? lir.-t course *N., ll deg. •'* min. VV.,
I,U2I f>-10 f et, to j-o^t marked No. 2 , LL S.
.'•urvey No. ill; thence, second course 484
dig. E.# WO feet, to pv*r marked No. 3, L. is
■"•irvey No. Ill: and th nee. third course*S..
4d h deg. W., 484 feet to post No 1, the place of
beginning, containing 5 acre*.
Any and all person* c'uimii g adversely ary
portion of said Champion mill sit©, raid
ground a-* hereinbefore described, are re
quired to file their ad vers© claim with th© Keg
isti-rot the I'nited ft rates Land Gflic© at Eure
ka, in the .81«t«5 of Nevada, during the sixty
d©\* period of publication hereof, or they
will bo barro i by virtue of the provisions of
the statute.
feLi-dud D. B. IMMEL. Register.
Application for Patent
TO THE HUGUENOT MINE.
NOTICE NO. 3Wi.
U. S. Laxi) Orricg.
Eureka, Nevada. Feb. 10. 1*71
Notice is heheky given that
Joseph Kingot, who**© postoffice aidr^i
i* 'an 1 ranci*co, California, ha** this »•
tiled his application for a patent for *uk
linear foot of the Huguenot mine or *-ut
bearing silver, with suriaeo ground .'*♦
feet iu width, situate, lying and being in
Eureka Mining Listrtct. county of Lure**,
and State of Nevada, and known *ad des
ignated by the hold notes and official plat on
tile in tin* office us Lot No. 115, unsurvev* d
Ian is. 1 he exterior boundaries of said Lot
No. ll'» being ms follows, to wit:
Vaiiatton i » v deg. otat.
beginning at a stake marked No. l.C.S. sur
vey, No. 115,whence post No. l,oM . S. survey
Xo.Ki, Fourth of July lo«le,bears S. 43deg. £2
ii in. E., 125 t.; the flagstaff in the town of
Eureka, b.ar* N. 2» d 2» min. K.. 20,101 It.;
the highest poii.r of Kuoy Hill Nc. 1 bears N.
I dtg. 1H ’Mu. W., 13,71W ft.; u spruce pin©
tree,ft. in diameter standing at the mouth
of the Excelsior tunnel, bear* N. t>2 « dog. H
115 it.; and the Jlu u- not sh**t hours N. 11‘*
deg. W„ 412S ft.; them e, running first course
N bly/.A deg. W ., 2>4) tf., to post marked No.
2, l . S. survey No 113; thoi.ee, second course
.N . 2-a deg. E, 1,400 It., m po-t marked N o.
3,1 . S. »ui vev No. 113; then<c, third course >.
*“S d* g. L , 200 It., to post marked No. 4, l .
survey No. 113; «rd thence, fourth course
S. 2 i dvg. W., 1.400 ft., to post No. 1, tho
place of beginiiig, containing 3 43 lUO acres.
1 hi-* claim is bounded on the south by tne
Fourth of July mining claim.
I he location of this mine is duly recordeAin
the Hoc order's offic> of Eureka Mining Hut
trier, in book l» of page 11*.
Any an i all persons claiming adversely
nn> portion of said II guenot mine or
said mining ground hereinbeloi e desvribed.
are r-uuired to tile tb*-ir adverse claim with
the Kegister of tho I'nitcd Mams Land
Office, at Eureka, in tho Mato of Nevada,
luring the <ixty days period of publication
hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of
tb“ provisions of the Mntuto.
flHiOd lb H. 1MMEL. Kogi«ter.
SHERIFF’S SALE.
1JY VIHTl'K OK AN KXEOITION IS*
_|J sued out of the District Court of Kuroka
county, Ht«to of Nevada, on tbo Otb day ot
February, A. D. Ih77, and to me directed and
delivered, lor a judgment rendered in «*»}d
Court, on the 8th day ot December A. D. Is‘h,
in favor ol J. If. AI« Kernan, plaintiff, and
against A. 11. Davi-,defendant, lor twonty-ono
hundred and seventy-nine and seventy-five
hundredths ($'J.!7W7.j) dollars, in United Mate*
gold coin, with interest in lino gold coin at
the rate o» ten percent, per annum, together
with damages, and three hundred and twelve
and forty-nine ono-hundrecith*
1 *»r■<, in U. S, gold coin, costs of suit, 1 have on
i his, the seventeenth day of February, A. J.
Ih77, Mt three o’clock i\ u., levied on the inf
lowing personal property, to wit:
Nineteen mules, seven horses, tour wagons,
six sot of double harness, stretcher*, chains,
wagon shoe*, two feed boxes, and all appur
tenances thereto belonging or in any wiso «P
i» ruining to the above said prop- itv; tne
sanio b iim the property levied upon by me,
a* sheriff el said county, on tho lHh dayor
June, 1*'7'». under an attachment issued out oi
the said District Court, in an action which * •
II. McKornan is plaint IT, and against A.1 •
Davis, Defendant. Notico is heroby £iron*
that on tho
Twenty *mIx Hi ility of February*
A. I>. 1*77, between the hours of 9 o’clock a.
m. and » o’clock i\ m., vi/.; at 9 o’clock /• .
will sell all the right, title,claim and *p{*If
ot the said defendant, to the aforesaid to
wagon-, six set of harness, two horses sir -
ors, cl. ins, wagon shoes, I wo toed poxes. ••
at the Stable of J. lb MeKernan,.in pure**.
N ovada, and the balance, consisting ox
toon mules and live head of horse*, f w ;
at .). lb McKernan’s ranch, l;i*h 1 r* *’ for
reka county, Nevadu, at public ?uc!
ctsh in hand, to the highest and host •
to satisfy said execution and all costs.
Iv.irokii, 1'uruUa county, ^ev., lo
1,lh'1'"'(il'O. W. OILMOHE, ox-Sbariff;
Ily S. H. liKti, Deputy- _ _lulvtli
I Mi VI. Ill.VVIiS <*!•'
1 j lions, printed to order at the >. h-N 1
ffice.

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