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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL
Sir Astlrjr Cooprr's Vital R’storalivf. The great English remedy for Nervous Debility, Spermatorrhoea. Sem inal Weakness, and i’remalure Decline of Physical Force. I lie tllnl Keslorallve w 11 po itively cure, thoroughly and j>-r 'isnentlv, tiny case mi KXUAUSIED VlTALl IY, or nervous debility, either acute or of long standing ■nd in either sex, no matter Irom wbat cause produc'd. the Vtlnl Ite»tor»*sTO is a thoroughly seieutitic prescription, is not a quack nus trinn, hence perlec ly safe to to tak-, i< pless ant to the taste, suppli is to the cerebrospi nal and sympathetic systems of nerves new force. rnrlflm »s»«l fcsirlrho* th» blood, re juvetiating and reinrigotating both mind and body. Thousands hot ■ in this country and in Europe can testify to the great restor ative properties of this r ally great medi cine. Price. $3 per bottle, or four tiroos the quantity for 810. Sent to nny addre's se cure from observation.on receipt of prp-e. A. E. M.XTIK. XL !>.. (Graduate Oniyersi y of Penn*yivai in, late Resident Suig-on < trtboi cc lie Hospital, of Philadelphia.' 722 Montgomery stre t. Fan Francisco, Oa*. Sobs Agent, to whom all letteis should b" addressed. P. S.- DR. MINT1E can be consulted in reference to the above complaints utrine office hours from 0 a. a. to 8 p. a. daily, and U i to 8 evot ing. Sundays, 10 a. a. to 1 r. a. ; Full directions and uavico lreo with e.ery package of med cino. jy2Mm NORMAN STALLIONS. LEOand‘ t ALLADIX. THE TWO NORMAN STALLIONS. “ LEO” and "ALLADIN," will stand for mares this season at Cold Creek, Xcwnrk Valley. •• f.E©"—Imported August 1878, by M. W. Dunham, of Wayna. DuPage county, 111, ii six years old, 18 hands high; weight, 1,800 pounds; color, a coal black, lieba* a beauti ful head, with prominent eyes, small ears ar.d pleasant countenance. His body is long, with short buck, lone, flat quarters, short heavy legs and good feet and sup rb action. *• A 1,1.4 DIN "—fired by imported "Suc cess,” ar.d bred by M. W. Dunham, 5 years old, 18 hands high, weighs 1,100 pound'-, in color ba is a boautit’il dapple gray; is rigor ous and hardy, combines to an extraordinary degree of perfection, largo size, compactness and symmetry of form, with an elegunco and attractivonos* in general appearaaco and movement seldom found in one animal. Terms «l Nerrirr: To " LEO” for tho season, S iO; $10 on re ceipt of service, and the balance on or be fore Octobor 1,1877. To •* ALLADIN ” for the sen«on. $10; $10 on receipt of service, and tho ballanca on or before October 1, 1877. At Cold CreoK wo hava a good pasture, I fenced with a substantial picket fence, where mares can be kept without uny additional axnenso to the owner. Tonur patrons wo guarantee entire satis faction. J. M. NORTH. Manager. Cold Creek.Xorada, May 21,1877. my27-2in ASSESSMENT NOTICE, PROSPECT HILL CONSOLIDATED S1L ver Mining Company. Lo ution oi principal place of business, San Francisco. California. Location of worus, Eureka Min ing District. Eureka county, Nevada. Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of tho Board of Directors, bold on the 2th h day of July. 1877, an assessment (No. 1) of fifteen (15) cents pur share was levied upon the capital stock of tb< corporation, payable immediately in Cnitod States gold coin, to the .-ecretary, at iho office of the company, 418 Caliornia streo'.san Francisco, Califor nia. A«y stock upon which this assessment •hall remain unpaid on the 28.1 day o! An Just, 1877, will ke do inquent and mdr, rtiscd or sale at public auction; and unless pay ment is made betor ■, will be sold on H eduewlay, Ihe 12th day of Kept ill her, 1(477. to pay the delinquent assess ment, together with costa of advertising and 6X reuses of sale. By order of tho Board of Directors. A. NOEL, Secretary. Office: 119 Cali ’ornia s reel. Room No 5, Ban Francisco. California.jy25-td Assessment Notice. Fourth of July gold and silter Minin; Company. Locution of princi pal piece of business, San Francisco, Califor nia. Location of works, Euroku District, Eureka. Nevada. Notice is hereby given, (hat at a meeting of the Beard ot Directors, held on the 17th day of July, 18 7, an assessment (No. 1) ol ten (10' cants per share was levied upon tho capital stock of the corporation, payable immediate ly. in United States gold coin, to the Secreta ry, at the office ol tho company, Hoorn 1, No. 402 M ontgomery street, San Francisco, Ca.i feroia. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 24th day ot August, 1877, will be delinquent, and advertised for ■ale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, will be sold on NHtiirUny, • he f ifteen I li llay of Nsiitciuber, 1877, to pay the delinquent assessment, to gether with costs of advertising and expemes ef sale. By order of the Board of Directors. 0. II. BOGART, Secretary. Office: Room 1, No. 402 Montgomery street, Ban Francisco, California. jy22td Assessment Notice. Hamburg mining company, Lo cation of principal place of busin ss, San Francisco, California. Location of works. Eureka District, Eureka County, Statu of Nevada. Notice is hareby given, that at a meeting of the board of Trustees, held on tbe loth day of July, 1677, an assessment of one dollar pel ■hare was levied upon tbe capital stock ol tbe corporation, payable immediately, in United States gold coin, to tbe Secretary, at tbe of fice of the company, room No. 401 California (treat, San Francisco. California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on Wednesday, the 22d day ot August, 1877, will be delinquent, and adver tised for sale at public auction; and unless £aym> nt is made before, will be sold »n IUNDAY, THE 17th DAY OF SEPTEM BER, 1877, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and ex penses of sale. DAVID A. JENNINGS, Secretary. Ufflce: Room No. <01 California street, San Francisco, California. jy'-ltd Application toJJisincorporate. IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLI cation of the Metamoras Mining and baelting Company to dissolve end disincor porate.—Notice is hereby given, that tbe Metamorae Mining and Smelting Company, a corporation formed under tbe law of the State of Nevada, has presented to the Hon. F. W. Cole, Dietrict Judge of the Sixth Judi cial District.in and fur Eureka county,State ef Nevada, a petition praying to be allowed to disincorpora e and dissolve, ar.d that Saturday, tbe 231b day or An;net. A. D. 1877, at 10 o’clock in the forenoon, or as soon thereafter as counsel can be heard, has been appointed as tbe lime, und tbe i ourt toum or said Court in Eureka, -Nevada, as the place at which the said application is to be heard. Ia witness whereof. I have hereunto set my hard and affixed tbe seal of tbe District Coart aforesaid, this %l 1 day of J une. A. D. 1877. f*«aL.] F. H. HARMON, Clark. BF L MtUdU.1. Daputy Clerk. jd&’lawaw M ISC El. I. A SEO US._| FINE JEWELRY! P. STELER w.trniMtKLK -AND J E WE IiE R, Be<;s to inform THE PUBLIC that ho hat just received a mftgr.ilicent stock of the latest paterns, consisting of DIAMONDS, Fine Gold & Silver Watches CHAINS AND FINE JEWELRY, Bilverware and Clicks, Which he offf.rft to pell at TWENTY-FIVI' PKK CEN1. LE6S than any other hou*t in Kaptorn Nevada. F leas# call at hip Piore, one door poutb of 3. Apkiui 4k Bro’p, and examine his new stock of goods before purchasing elsewhere. .No trouble to show gwode. Prices to suit the tira p. All of the above he guarantee* to be of the BE »T QUALITY’, and warranted as repre sented. N. 13.- Special attention paid to watch work. Watches repaired anc* cleaned end warranted toi one year. New jewelry made to order, and jewelry neatly repaired. All orders froui the country promptly at tended to. P. bTELKK. K u re I a. May V 1K77.my^tf B. REINHART. F. E. PI3K REINHART & CO., Defcl.H to HOLE AND GROUND BARLEY Floor, Wheat, Bran and Shorts. BAULKY GROUND TO ORDER. All ordera loft at the barley mill, will be promptly attended to. OFFICE—North Ala n atroet, next to the Iron Hall. Eureka, January 4, 1877. jnVtf REMOVED. 'YJRS. JAMES CHRISTOPHER Has remov d her MILLINERY, DRESSMAKING HAIR WORK ESTABLISHMENT TO TUKEE DOORS Above Bigelon'i linll, On Buel street, where she will b. pleased to attend to the wants of her customers. 8he has just received a large stock of mil linery, und Children’s Furnishing Goods. Eureka, June, 19, 1877. je-O-lm0 HIRAM JOHNSON. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES IPiro^i^lQirjLO Butter and Eggs a Specialty. Cliieaifo limn i nml iirraklnst Uacoii •ugnr cured, alwayi on band. ■•"Three doori north of Clark elreet, or Main street.aoltf MRS. M. A. ASHflfVI, IMPORTER of fancy, staple and green groceries, crockery, glass and tin ware, stone jars, etc ; Califor nia roll and Eastern tub butter, alwa> s on ban -; Utah and Easters fruit and vegetables; also a full assortment of dried fruits, candie«, nuts, etc., etc.; fresh poultry ard game of all kinds: fresh trout and oysters RECEIVED EVERY DAY. MRS. M. A. ASHIM. ja'iOtf rSANK A3ABZB, Real Estate Dealer DUEL STREET..EUREKA. NEV Office in ib* Brick Bulltliug. I WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE that 1 am prepared to buy. (ell end mort gage reel estate in Eureka, and also advance raonoy on good security. Houses to rent suitable lor business or foi families. X am also prepared to do a general contract ing business. FRANK ABADIE. ear2S tf NEW TIN SHOP. I HAVE OPENED A NEW TIN SHOP and will work to order in Tin, Galvanized, Black Iron, and Copper, in Pipe* or Otherwise. Particular attention paid to all work in* trusted to ate, and repairing promptly at tended to. Furnace and Mill Work Solicited. T. J. MAl’PlN. Mrln st, opposil Paxton A Co bonk. April 17. 1077. t S-L’i-tf r. B. BA3UON, riOlT.NTY CLERK, AND EA-OI'FICIO U Clerk of tho District Court of the Sixth f udietj.. District, in and for tbs Couaty of slureka, State ot Nevada. CONVEY AALCINC, 'n all its brasebss. correctly executed. Ac tncwle laments, Attidavits, etc., taken in any >art of tbs town. Office: Front corner room at tbe Court bouse. d* SALOONS. REMOVED! REMOVED! BRAN DT’S Bavaria and Bora Beer DEPOT fS REMOVED TO THE SAN , 1 Francisco Hotel or " K«d Light l.ovL’imj Iloufa Hull ting/’eaM pul# of Main streeet, Fnreke, Nevada, where Louis will keep on bind a constant supply of the cole orate i Bavaria and Boca Beer; also Vineyard. Crop A f.Vs Saaerac he Forge, and other well known brands of brandies. Bour bon and Kye wliiskios, totno 21 years’ old, and the finest liquors of all kinds at 12‘* cents a drink. An elegant elevator of the latest patern is employed in hoisting the beer, tilled in j glas«e«. cold from the cellar, at the tick of the bell. Free lunch from 11 to 1 o’clock daily; will | kiss keep sandwiches of nil Kinds, Date* Uerrngs, Cav.ar. iiain, etc. Cigars a spe cialty. In conjunction wi'htheBar be will con duct a lirst-ciass Lo icing House, at which thewearvean ever find rest in comfortable rooms and clean, downy beds. Liquors and Cigars, 12:, cents. Beds, from A) cents to SI. A >h ire of the pablic patronnge is solicited. LUL LS BiiANUT. Kur»ka, June 14,1*77.j 15-ff FRANK’S SALOON! JOS. MENDES, Prop'r. yy HOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. All kind, of Sod. Drink*. Barored with the following KXTI’.ACT',coB«tantly on hand: Saraaparilla, Sherrbet. Pear, Blackberry, Ambronia, Orgeat. Lemon, Ko«e. Nectar, Orange, Milk Punch, Hock. Vanilla lee Cream, Claret, Ginger Coffee Cream, Mint, Strawberry, Obo’late rreamCatawba. Pine Apple, Grecian Rend. Wild Cherry Ua.pborry and Don'tCare. C Xi U 23 HOOKS! Money to loan on collateral or approved business paper. 3T-mhl4 ENTERPRISE SALOON, MAIN STREET, Two doors below tho International Hotel. Best Wines, .Liquors & Cigars. MILWAUKEE BEER. rpHE LUNCH COUNTER WILL RE I «up.''liel with Westphalia lbn, Rus sian Cuvimr, Swis* Choose, Uoiogna Sausages arnl other de icnci■ p. MU>1C day arid evening. A >hure o public i arronage solicited. CllAKU'd S IT rtMt Proprietor. Kuroka. A >»ri 1 0,1S77.mvl-n COURT EXCHANGE Northeast Corner of Main and Lateman 5t% EUREKA, NBY. None put the finest qualities of liquors and the choicest brands of (•igatl dispensed ut the bar. Connected with the establishment is a Club It O O ITT And n number et well-furnished card-rooms for private parties. jalUf HANK KNIGHT. Proprietor. PALACE SALOON, East Alain street. South of Well,. Farfo k Oa. L. CLARK AND A. DOTTO. Prop'ra, HAVE FITTED UP, IN THE Rest style. tho above Saloon, wberothey will kotp only the choicest brands of Liquors and Cl ours. Call and be couvinctd. nov24-sltf BILLIARDS ! SHU CORNER Has just received new billiard TABLES, with Delany'a Patent Wire Caahiona, and ia to be kept aa A FIRST-CLASS SALOON. GEO. THACIIER, CLAV SIAlAiS, »pl9 [• Proprietor*. THE SAZERAC SALOON, Main Stbkat, Eubiexa, Ml ITU A CAM' A VAX, PROP'S. REFITTED and REFURNISHED! Making itoae of tho most attr&clire places io ttureka. The Billiard Parlor, Attached to the SAZEKAC, it the fineit bil liard room in town, containin, the neweet and molt improved table*. myALU Senate Saloon, OPPOSITE THE PARKER HOUSE. Main Street, Eureka. plEEST BRANDS OF Winn, Liquor* and near*. Attached to the taloon are *evernl C UB ROOMS, which are neatly and colily fitted up. All tho daily and weekly paper*, and the monthly magazine!, can alwayi be found at thia establishment. TOMMY DOUGLAS. Manage” Eu »ka. January 8,1877.i-V jobn SHaowra. hioh ae’eaca. SHROUFE & McCRUM, Successor! to J. M. Goewey A Co.. Importers of Liquors, r ins KENTUCKY WHISKIES, Etc. 400 and 411 trout ML, San Francisco, : : : California mr >tf Billhead*, leiteriieaum. and cardL pruiUd et the bENDIN'EL effioe. te order MI SC EL LA SEO ITS. T II E EUREKA AND PALISADE Rail road! HAS BEET Completed to Eureka, And th* Company i« now ready to oarry r*s sengera and freight over the road With Regularity and Dispatcn. Train* will run as follows until further notice! Paesrnger Train* Leave Eurek a dailv at.3:70 a. k. Arrive at Palieale at...10.00 a. a. Making connection with East and We3t Bound Trains of the Central Pacific Railroad. UctMrsilsajg: Leave Palisade at.... 1:00 r. w. Arriveat Eunaa at.~.11:00 r.M. I'rcighl anil Arromuiodalieii Train: i,save Eureka dally at... 7:00 « u. Arrive at Palisade at.„... 3:V) r. m. Leave Palisade daily at... 7:45 a. k, Arrive at Eureka at........ 5:00 r. m. The Company will deliver freight to Hamilton, Ploehe, Tyfco, Rercille, Belmont, AND ALL POINTS SOUTH, By itf team*, with car© and dispatch and at the lowe«$ rate?. n27tf P. llVUt i *i. Gp.i^ral Knp'l. EUREKA AND PALISADE TELEGRAPH COMPANY. OFFICE With Wells, Fargo & Co, Main stroet. Eureka. THE ONLY LINE Costnerilug wilt* Hie Direct Allan, tic table. For all European cities and towns, and At lantic and Pacific lolegriph. For aU points east and west oar facilities for RAPID TRANSMISSION are the beet in the world. n27tf P. EVERTS. General Sup't EUREKA F O U NDRY! TIII5 ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW PRE 1 pared to furnish mill.* and furnaces with CASTING S Of every description. Also, Machine 'VVorlc. We have runnire in connection with the above a li >1 l.Eit £11 'P, where all descrip tion of boiler work and forging will be un dertaken. All work leaving the Foundry Guaranteed, and Executed on the Most Reasonable Terms. WOrders solicited from outlying district* and tilled with dispatch. J. WELLS 4 CO.. Eureka Foundry, Eureka, Nevada. Eureka. June 11, 1S77. jeU-tf MRS. S. LEVEHTHAL, North Main Street. J^EALEP. IN STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES -AND PROYISIONS. Also, a general assortment of Merchandise and Clothing. Keep* on hand everything usually found in a family grocery. hureka, May 'J, 1877. mylO-tf THOS. MURPHY, The Pioneer Bootmaker! \irISHES TO IXPORM 11ISOLP 1 patron*, and the public* saner- | ally, that h • has a/ain commenced nti'ine*** at his old stand, opposite I'axton A GVs Bank, where hois prepared to do all kinds of work in his line, lie has on hand a largo assortment of ' ALL KINDS OF BOOTS! of his own manufacture, which he will dis pose of at reduced pri*-es. All kinds of repairing done at tho shortest notice. (Jive inn a call. Eureka, February 13. 1877. flft-tf N. S. TROWBRIDGE & CO., -DEALERS IN GENEBAL MERCHANDISE. GROCERIES, Mining Supplier, Gents’ Furniih ing Good*, Etc. ttbo, *y« coiistt, mevada aul-tf L. a. hill, sau’L coorsa STOCKS. 'I'llE CNDBKSIONlj AUK PREPARED A to purchase aud soil MINI \ 11 MIMHO or commission, All orders promptly filled. Ban Francisco brokers: WILSON A HUTCHINSON. Being agei.ls for h adirg Fire Insurance Companies, we are prepared to furnish relia ble indemnity on good risks at living rates. Office : at Wells, Fargo k Co’s. d« COOPER k HALL. PROFESSION A L. DR, J. K. N\ OWES, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, EL’PFKA. X Nevada. jyl'tf A. M. HILLHOUSE, Attorney at law. office in the Old Fellow*’ lleil lint, up atairr. Rooms 1 and 2. Eureka. Nevada. iyl W. H. DAVENPORT. \TTORVEt AT LAW. OFFICE IN the Odd Fellows" Ruildiu. up stairs. Rooms 1 and 2. Eureka, Nevada! jyl PH. JAMES WILLIAMS, PIIYSIPIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE I on Main street, next door south of the Parker llon«o. Eureka, Mav 24, IS77.__mv2'»-tf DR. J. H. LUKENS. TJIIYS'CIA N AND SUROKON, HAS I resumed the practice ot bis profes'ion at Kobv Hill. Calls promptly attended to day or nieht. nin e: At the Drug tRore. Resi lence n Wove Mi"ersr Union Hall. "Eureka, Mae 3d, 1877. _my27-tf I)R. A. BISHOP, TJIIYNIA I AN AND H1ROEON. I fiflice on Main street, opposite i'aiton t Co's Rank. Eureka. fltltf Dat. E. II tll.T. C. J. LaMUIO. LANSING & BAILY, » TTOHNKYN AT LAW. OFFICE: 2d 4\ floor, «ton#',>uildin*r. •outhw^ft corner of Clark and Mum strett". Kureka N«p. myZI-tf crittksuk* THoa.aroa. thos. wrkh WREN A THORNTON, ATTOKXEYN AT LAW, Mum .Street, Kureka, Sevada. j _iwtf_ G. W. BAKER. Attorney at law and NOTARY PUBLIC. Office in Dick Kyland's Brick Building, Bateaer. street, Kureka Nevada_■ «11 R. MrBEATTY, VTTORNhY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. ofllea two door* north ot tte Po.«t-oflife, Main *troot Kurukw, N’ppuda. i* -tr C HAMILTON, D. D. 8m DE\TIST, I oomi: Fivi d*»ori south o heSorriHKL oflir*. ] liuol EureK*. T. J. MAUPIN, VTOTARY PUBLIC. 01 KICK. MAIN 11 street, next dour to J. Mraua' Ja<telry Sture Eureka, April 7, 1S77. apS-tf THOMAS J. RKAL», Civii. i:\oim.ei: am> i. ». nr.i*. uty Mineral Purveyor. Otlii a in Hy land's Prick Building, on th» corner of Bud and Bateman streets, upstairs. myll G150. W. MERRILL, AT IS) It MV IT MV, DISTRICT Attorney for Kurcka county, and \o* tarv Public. Oilice in K>Und’s Brick Builiinf. o'iitf &OL Jt.lJbk. EuroKa Lcdge,No. I6,F. & A. M. 1h-Stated t'omniumrationa of Eu ,reka Lodge, No. 1*1, K. A A. .M., will lie Leid in Maaonie ilall, on erety Saturday on or oreocding tbo full m on in earn mouth. Called ConiL-anicationi every Saturday Kremne. Members of (inter lodges, and sojourning j'othren in good standing, at* cordially in* *i <ad to aitccd. D, C. SHERLOCK, W. M. W. P. pTKimri.Mte, -uicretary.I.T-jnH St. John'* Chapter. Kt. 5, Royal Arch masons. I’l! E STATED COMMUNICA TIONS uf.St. John'! Chai>Ur, No. >* . A. M., will Lo hold in MA iONIC ilAl.I., 03 the Second and ! ojrth WKDNKMDAY KVKNINOS of each month. Called Communication* on all other Wednesday evening*. All Koyal Arch Mason* in good ftaading are cordially invited to attend. f>. K. DAILY, H. P. W. A. Durlkt, Secretary. uiyll Iv. OF I3. T) EATIFIC !.ODi;i: NO. 7, K. ±J of l1., meet* each Friday > f every month, at 7:.'!U oVI-ck r. m.. u it* t u*tl® Hall, in Odd Fid lows’ building. All broiher Knight* in good standing aro fraternally invited to attend such mooting*. W. H. UAVK'JPOKT.C. C. W. J Smith. K. of H. »nd. S. juUtf I- O. <3- JF. LU’KKKA LODGE. NO. 22, JTj meets Every THl'ltsDAl ■ EVENING, ’ IN ODD FELLOWS’ BALL. At 8 o'clock p. M. All member* in good standing are cordially invited to attend. P. AXDKKSOX, X. (i. M. Calisiikr, Secretary. 10-jyA) ■ <_> ■ Xjl ■ 1MIE A. 0. II. mevt every firat and third 1 8A'lTilD . V KVEXING of each month, at 8 o'oclock, it the corner of Clark and Monroe atroet*. until further notice. I’. K SPn-AlX t, I'relident, Tho*. Mi'rpiit. cecrotary. NEW PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. 1.01 iltt.A.U O, 1‘ruprlpior. Oa South Main street. Eureka. Nevada, n AVINO FULLY COMPLETED ALL uiy arrangements. 1 am nunr prepared lu execute the best ami MOST LIFULKIE PICTURES! To be obtained ir Eastern Nevada. ALL KINDsi OF PICTURE* are Unisbed in superior style and with the latest improve ments cf the art. ENLARGED PHOTOGRAPHS, reproduced from the smallest Miniatures to Life Site, are takou at this Gallery equal to any taken East or West. All negatives are carefully retouched and preserved for future orders. jel4 LOUIS MONACO. Artist. CLAIRVOYANT^ PHYSICIAN. MRS. DR. P. F. STEPHENS. THE greatest a«tr<dogi*t. clairvoyant physi cian ami t«pt mediu n o> the axe has arrived J and can be consulted at her rooms on .Smith Main street, nearly opposite lii-uop A Car penter's li\ . ry -v.« Past, present and fu ture truthfuilv delineated. Special attention given to tho aflimted. Charges r»uM>able. PirtOBf wishing to kn»w their pa«t, pres ent and future, can do so by sending one dol’ar. their correct age, com«>,exioii and "i._myftHf Mine to Lease. A MINE TO LEASE.—APPLY AT TI1E A oflare of G. W. LAKER. Eureka June JO. ltjT7. jeJl-tf PA TKA r gt Pl'L ICA TIOSH. Application for a Patent -TO TIIE DOLLY VARDEN MINE. NO. 38). _ , S. Liirn Ornnt, » Eureka. Nevada. July 18. 1*77 f V^OTICE IS HEREBY OIVEV THAT at the lloosae Consoli (led Hold mu) Mining Company, by their duly au-hurizM agent. Win. W eruintb. whoso posti.fhcs /y dress is Eura a, Nevada, have this tiled their application for a patent tor teen hundred (l,.iOUi linear feet of the l>o||y Vardea mine or vein bearing nlvsr will sur aro ground throe hundred *>i) fwl width, situate, lying and being in secret I'gll yon Mining District, county of Eureka ing State of Nevada, and known and designates bv the field notes and official plat on hlol. thi* ollire s* Lot Number 121. 11 The exterior boui dario- 01 said lot No 15i being as follows, to wit: Variation 18', a„ east. *' C' mmcncine at a post marked No. 1 C a Survoy No 121. whence the flagstaff i'n i£ to*a of f uroka bears N. I g. ;>7 on p; *.-1 let t. Poet m irked 8 Monument No. 3 the summit of lloosae nmunlain, beers'V* . 1 dg. ••'> in W. ISfi loot, and thu lloustc new shaft b ari 8. To dg. W„ law t. .--: theqea ru„ mr.g first cours-i 8.21 dg. W. HOI and t-IOlert* to po-t mi rued No. 2, €'. 8. Survey N„ 11, This juPt sfandson'ho aortliwo-t r„ I, ur.|* ’ ry of li. 8. Survey No. 1,0. 1 Thence. 2d course 8. 38', dg W„ m j HnJ * feet. to I'll t murkeJ No. 3,1 . S. Survey \ , 121, the Sini ' being pu t No. 2 of said I * i" 'urvoy No.80; thence, d courses, si,1, «t‘‘* W., 434 4-10 feet along said surrey Nu' tut ,1 post marked No. 4. I'. S. Survey No l''l* fhencs, 4til course N. 21* dg. E, l ."w feet' to post marked No. '»I . .survey No. i t’ and theoec. rth course, 8. 87'i dg. R., ;isif«*|’ to post No. 1. the place of boginmiig. con taining 8 12-100 aero*. This claim is bounded on the south by ths lloosae Mining Claim. The location ol th s mine is duly recorded in the Recorder's Office of Secict i'anyos Mining District, on page 17s, in Book A ufS*. cret Canyon Mining Records. Any and all per-on* claiming adversely ary portion of raid Dolly Varden mine, nr raid mining ground as hireinbeforedcvribcd, art required to Ida their adverse claim with tbs Register of the I'nitcd States Land IMIieest P.urska, in the Statu o( Nevada, during ths sixty days period of publication heraof, or thay will bn barred by virtue of the provi* ions of the statute. 1'. If. IMMPfL, Register. Application for a Patent TO TIIE GENERAL LEE MINE. NO. 373. U. S. LiiroOmcr, Fiam, Xev., May 2*ib, 1*77. 'V’OTICE IS IIE|?FLY GIVEN THAT -* the .Adam* Hi.I < onsolidatcd Minmf Compaay.whoM pnatr.flice a*tdraeaif Eureka, Nevada, fin* tbi* day fil**d if* Application for a patent for e*bt b tndred (MX)) iin ar f«et ef tho General Lea mine or ve*a b aring silver, with surface ground two h mdred ar.d t*« t2l0i feet in width, at’tia’e, 1. mg and b*» n» if Enrol a Mining FieirirF « i n*y of Eureka and Statu of Nevada, and known ami domi nated by the field note* and eftcinl pUt «Q file in thia offi e a* Let Number 120. The exterior boundaries of aatd Lot No. 120 being a* follow*, to wit: Venation lf!4 decree* ca-t. Commencing at a poet marl ed No. I. T.8» Survey No. 1.0, whenco the flug«tatl in the tewn of Fur .Km bear* S *2 dg. 4* in in K. feet; the highest point of Kuby Hill Nu.1 '• sar* S. fide. 14 min. W..%7 9 feet: and the top of the General Few F dine bears 5 4idf.J7 mii».W,iWM0lf t*. thence roaring l*tf(»urw S. 0 dog E. -10 ft»**t, to |*o«*t marked No, 2.T. 8 Survey No. 12U; tber.ee 2d iour*o S. oi jr*. W. *00 feet, to poH marked No. 3, I'. S. Sir vey No. 1.0, wV nc» inat No. 4 ol 1’. S Sir rev No. 10,, Wide VVe-t looe, b-ar* *. oTfrt. 3*2 »rin. \A . '<70 H-10 feet; th* nc» 3d cour*> *0 deg. iV, 210 fuel, to r>o«t mar- cd No. 4, l. S. Survey N"-. 1.0; and tl»*nco 4tb cour*e N. fiO dog. K. 800 i et, to |*uet N o. 1, the place of beginning, containing • » *0 100 acre*. i« bound d on neither end by ary l nown claimant* i h • nciresruuiae* are the Wide We4t ai.d the Lexington. The location of tbi* n*in«* i* duly recorded in the Recorder** ••.h e »f lurokst Mining Hi trict, na page 17s, iu Li jok l),of said Min ing Record*. Anv at ; all r * r«« n* c'ai ring adversely anv portion of *-.i G i ral Fee u i •*, or e»i4 ii<i ing grant) t a* li»rntnboforod> *crihad, are required to fiia their odv* r»e claim with the Re*i«terof the I'nitod states Laod tfificeat Eureka, in the Stale of Nevada, duri'g the iX) day* nuiiod of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtuo of the provisional tbo rtatutv*. I). B. IMMFF, Register. furc'uw, Ifnv 73, i»T7 rnvr<^j_ To the Uniort unate. m;w ukmkdii.m \i;vv niin Dini DR. CIBBON'S CISPEV SAIlY, NO. C-i KKAl'.NV cl., corner of Coajiaorcia!. ran traa ciia-o. I'rirata antrunea ea Lorn tuercial rtreot. iaalabliahed 11 l*»i, lor trie treatment o! Sexual aau seminal i>isc4*os such ns donor ih- a, (fleet,Stricture, Syphilis in all its for in*, Seminal Weakness. Itupotoney. etc. etc. J?kin disease* oi year* standing, and Ulcerated Legs, etc., sueeessiul ly treated. Dll. tjlilDON has tb® pleasure of announ cing that ho hu* returned from vifitin* toe principal hospitals of Europe, and has re suited pra nice. T'ho Doctor has spared neither time not auney in seekiug out new reme<lies, and has returned with increased facilities tor the alle viation ol human suffering. Seminal Wenknewi Seminal emission is the consequence o' self abuse. This solitary vice, or depraved sexuai indulgence, is practiced by tho youth ot both sexes to an almost unlimited extent, produc ing with unerring certainty tho lollowiaj train of morbid symptoms, unless combatou by scientific medical measures, vis.: .''allow countenance, dark spots under the eyes, pal* in tho head, ringing in the oars, noiso like the rustling of lottvos or rattling ot chariots, un easiness about the loins, weakness of the limbs, confused vision, blunted intellect, loss of confidence, difiidonce in approaching stran gers, a dislike to form now acquaintances, i disposition to suun society, loss of memory j pimpU s and various eruptions about the face hectic flushes, furred tongue, furtid breath coughs, consumption, night sweats, monoma nia, ami frequently insanity. If relief be not obtained, you ahoubi apply immediately* ther in person or by letter, and have a curs ettoctod bv his new and scientific mod® « treating this disoaso. which never tail* •» eflocting a quick and radical cure t uiHMl nl llorue. T Persons at a distance may be CD HKD AT HOME, by addressing a letter to DU. dlo* LION, stating case, symptoms.length of tin* the disease has continued, and have medicine promptly forwarded, freo from damage ana curiosity, to any part of the country, will full and plain direeMons for use. By inclosing Ter* Dollars coin in a regis tered lettor through the Pontoffice, •» through Wells, Fargo A Co*s, a package o» medicine will be forwarded to any part of th* Union. Persons writing to the Doctor will piejjl state the name ot the paper they seo tbi*e* vertisement in. All communications strictly confidential. A Jdren 1>K. J. V. GIBBON, Box 1957, Sxn Francisco. California. _ivl- lv_ s.m'l uokk. r. b. RuraoLU*. J. EV A VS, Agent. MORE, REYNOLDS & CO., la-porter, and Jobber,of WZTZB8 AND UQUUB.3, 212 California St. San l- ruacioeo. awSole Agent, for I’aeiHe Coa»t for <!• Blake’, Boarnon County Wh.akiei. JOB PRISTIXO OF All KI*®*' ▲ SPECIAL.!