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EUTJEKA HAILY SENTINEL.
D. MANHEIM.
DEALER IN
•FRESH GROCERIES
- —AND — —
Provisions.
^ GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
HARDWARE,
CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES,
BATS ABO CAPS,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
A large itoek of
A I CANDLES
—and—
COAL OIL.
A General Assortment of Liquors.
MV Goods delivered free in any part of
the town.
Eureka. July 11.1877.jy!2-tf
C.O. STUART&CO.,
BBCCKSSOBS TO
GEO, THACHER A CO.,
Em* Bide of Main Street, Eureka.
Wholesale Dealers is Choice Eholibh
GROCERIES!
Wo. 1 Mackerel,
Choice Eastern Hams, Etc.,
Fins Old Not. Java Coffee.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
WINES, LIQUORS,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
AND BAR FURNISHING GOODS.
Also, Solo Agent* for
Blatz’ Celebrated Milwaukee Premium
Export
Lager Beer.
Eureka, May 14, 1*77.ml5
THIS SPACE
IS
RESERVED
FOR
0. DI WKEL & CO.’S
Eureka, Jan. 7. 1878. jo8-tf
Notice of Assessment.
Hamburg mining company, lo.
cation of principal place of business,
San Francisco, California; location of works,
Eureka District, Eureka County, State of
Nevada.
Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of
the board of Directors, held on the 20th day
of April, 18i8, an assessment of 50 c“nts p-r
share was levied upon the capital stock of the
corporation, paynole immediately in United
States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the
office of the oompany. Room 4, No.401 Cali
fornia street, San Francisco. California.
Any stick upon wbieb this assessment
shall remain unpaid on Saturday, the 2 >tb
day of May, 1878, will be uelinquent. and ad
vertised for sale at puolic auction; and un
less payment is made boiore. wilt be sold on
TUEaDAV, THE 18th DaY OF JUNE.
1878, to psy the delinquent a-sessinent, to
getb r with cost of advertising and expenses
of sale.
By order of the Board of Directors.
DAVID a. JE.xNI'GS, Secretary.
Office: Room 1, No, 401 California street,
San Francisco. ap25td
NEW MILLINERY STORE 1
Next door to the Episcopal Church.
MISS AMELIA GOODMAN.
Late irom the East.
, — HA' OPENED A MILL1N
ary, Dressmaking, Furnishing
laniy <iood-Slore, and is
prepared to Cut I’atterns, Press
Hats, Stamp and Pink, and has on hand a
epleodd assortment of LADIES’ BONN fie,
new style of Mottoes for Worsted Work, and
Art Designs, and will giee instructions free
ef charge.
»*■ Two Apprentices wanted.
Eureka, April 23, 1878. ap24
Wm. Plumhof
WILL UlVE PRIVATE r—r-1
or public instruction on MtSEr1
the Piano _ 1 V JU
PIANOS TUNED
At short notice and in a satisfactory manner.
Residence on Edwarda street
Eureka. Noe. 8, 1877. nMf
V. 8. PATENT AGENT.
A . D . ROCK
Will take Patent Cases and prosecute them to
success, at a total coal of SOO.
Eureka. April T7. 1878. apUUlm
NOTICE. ~
ThURINO MY TEMPORARY ABSENCE
JU. ad New-Yudk. Mr. JULIUS LESSER
anil' attend to my business.
WM. WERMl’TH.
Eureka. March 8.1878.mh7tf
JOB Pit IVII MO or AU HUIIM
A BMSIALY
StraCKL LANKO vs.
SPECIAL_NOTICE I
TO THE PUBLIC AT URGE.
Owing to bad health, I have
finally determined to close my
business in this place.
I will sell from this date my
entire stock, consisting of the
best quality of Goods, at cost
prices, ONLY FOIt CASH.
I invite the public to call on
me and convince themselves of
my veracity.
I also request debtors to call
and settle their accounts, and
thereby avoid cost, and trouble.
DAVE MANHEIM.
EureVa, Xev.t March 18. W8._mhlfltf
PAXTON & CO.,
BANKERS.
EUBEKa! NEVADA,
Draw at sight, in sums to sun
ON
Anglo-Californi&n Benk.......S&n Frencisot
Anglo-Californian Bank...London
J. A W. Seligman A Co.—.—New York
D, 0. Mills A Co.Sacramento
Decker A Jewett.. Marysville
White A MeCorniek...Salt Lake City
Dieoount Commercial paper. Make Collec
tions, Receive Deposits in Coin or Currency
cn open account. Certificate, or Special De
posit, and transact
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
MINING STOCK BOUGHT AND SOLD
ON COMMISSION.
mhll
WHITE PINE COUNTY BANK
(Formerly of Hamilton)
Eureka, Nevada.
Prcaldent : : : : I : r. Woodruff.
Casliler, t s : : : I Win. Pauly.
Direetorsi
F. W. Ci-die, E. Woodruff.
• Transact a General Banking Business.
Draw at night on Wells, Fargo A Co., San
Francisco, New York and London.
Mining Stocks Bought and Sold on Com
mission. j.vtif
ChaS Fkrraris. Marti* Siankke.
FEB.RAS.IS & SKANKEE.
t PERSONS WISHINGTHEIR BOOTS
^■and SHOES mmle lo order, and de
siring a good fit and stylish looking
work, manufactured from the best
FRENCH CALF OK KIP SKINS,
Should get their work done at our establish
ment.
French Cork-Soled Boots a Specialty!
A full supply of ready-made Boots con
stantly on band.
Every description of Ladies’ Gaiters and
Shoes made to order, and of the best mate
rials.
REPAIRING DONE
At the shortest notice and in a workmanlike
manner. •
VV e guarantee all our work as regards ma
terials and perfect fit.
Superior workmanship, low prices and fair
dealing is our motto.
FEKRAKrS A SKANKEE,
Two doors south of Wells, Fargo Co’s.
Eureka Dec 3. 1K77 d4tf
j. b. LANGsmorr,
MERCIIAXtJLtAILOR,
Next Door to the International Hotel,
Keeps constantly on hand an
extensive assortment of
Cloths and Cassimeres,
Of the newest patterns, and manufactures.
Clothing at prices that will enable all to wear
The Rest of Custom-made Clothing.
He will be pleased to see b's old friends
and customers, and lit them out in a suit of
the newest style for soring wear.
Eureka. A pril 3, 1878. apttf
MILLINERY
—AND—
DRESSMAKING!
MRS. R. H. PARKER HAS REMOVED
her establishmeut to the corner of
Bateman and Spring streets.and has just re
ceived a new and extensive stock of
FASHIONABLE MILLINERY!
To which will be added from time to time all
the Dearest styles of
LADIES’ FURNISHING GOODS!
•VThe attention of the ladies is called to
the elegant selections on hand.
Eureka. January 81. 1878.i81-tf
r. H. HAKUON,
rtOUNl ' CLERK, AND EX-OFFICIO
LJ Clerk < f the District Court of the Sixth
ludicial District, in and for the County of
Sureka, State of Nevada.
CONVEYANCING,
in all lta branches, correctly executed. Ac
koowle laments, Affidavits, etc., taken in an>
part of the town.
Offica: Front corner room at the Court
bmiM. 4c
ARTESIAN WELL
B O R_I N C !
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE JUST RE
ceived all the necessary machinery for
sinking Artesian Wells, and are novr pre
ftarod to receive contracts for boring. For
aformation in regard to terms, etc., apply to
R. H. PARKER & CO.
Eureka August 2» 1877 au2Mrf
NO-MCE.
During my temporary absence
in Now York. AN DREW D. HASKELL
will attend to my business.
•JOHN SIIOKNBAR.
Eureka, March 2,1879. mhStf
.SALOONS.
PALACE SALOON,
Cast Main street.
Sent’, of Wells. Fargo A Co.
L. rURU AMD A. BOTTO. Prop'rs.
HAVE FITTED UP, IN THE Best Style.
the above Saloon, where they will keep
oely the choicest brands of Liquors and Ci
gars. Call and be convinced.
noviM-sltf
COURT EXCHANGE
Northeast Corner of Main and Bateman Sts.
EUREKA, N E V.
XJONE BUT THE FINEST QUALITIES
i n ot liquors and the choicest brands of
cigaia dispensed at the bar.
Connected with the establishment is a
Club R o o in
And a number ef well-furnished card-rooms
for private parties.
jalitf HANK KNIGHT. Proprietor
p. A. M'LKOD, P, M’DONALD.
MINERS’ SALOON,
MAIN STREET.EUREKA.
TIIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE
just purchased the above-named
popular Saloon, and will commence
business to-day. Unly the best of
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Will be kept at this establishment. A share
of the public patronage is solicited.
McDonald a mcleod.
Eureka, March 20. 1878._mli-’ltf
MATT. KILL’S SALUDA !
MAIN street, eureka.
Three doors below Straus Jewelry Store.
Has just received from
San Francisco a large invoice
ot the nDest
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
The saloon has just been newly fitted up,
and is neat and comfortubie. A share of the
public patronage is solicited.
Eureka, Leb 1. 1H7»._f2-tf
THE TIGER.
JOS. MEWDES, Prop’r.
This saloon has been fitted up,
with a view to comfort, unsurpassed by
any similar establishment in the State. To a
stranger it is a pertect mystery. Up-stairs
or down, turn as you will, you find yoursell
before a
Supplied with the choicest brands of
Wines,
Liquors
and Cigars.
Experienced and attentive bur*keepers are
al ways in attendance to serve the patrons of
the house.
SAN JOSE FREDUICKSBIRG BEER
CONSTANTLY ON DBAlGUT.
oct4-tf_
THE SAZERAC SALOON,
Maw Stbkkt. Ecrkra,
S9I1TII A f'lNAVAX. PROP'S.
REFITTED and REFURNISHED!
Making it one of the most attractive places ic
Eureka.
The Billiard Parlor,
Attached to the SAZEKAC, is the finest bil
kiurd room in town, containing the newest and
most improved tables.
my‘2U-tt
BILLIARDS !
THE CORNER
Has just received new billiard
TABLES, with Delany's Patent Wirt
Cushions, and is to be kept as
A FIRST-CLASS SALOON.
GEO. THACHER.l p,„r ..
CLAY SIMMS, J Proprietors.
apl#
SOCIETIES.
Eureka Ludge,No.l6,F.&A.M.
/A The Stated Communications of Eu
^5?5^reka Lodge, No. 1*>, F. A A. M., will
be held in Masonic Hall, on every
Saturday on or preceding the full
moon in each month.
Cailod Communications every Saturda>
Evening.
Members of sister lodgos, and sojourning
brethren in good standing, are cordially in
Vi ted to attend.
H, JOHNSON, W. M.
W. P. Ptktchklmav, ^oprefarv.liS-ja9
K. Of 1*.
Beatific lodge nc. 7, k.
of P., moots each Friday of
every month, at 7:k0 o’clock p.
a., at its Castle Hall, in Odd Fel
lows’ building.
All brother Knights in good
standing ore fratornally invited
to attend such meetings. H_I
N. A. CHANDLER, C. C.
II. B. McKkk. K, of K, and. 8. ialltf
St. John’* Chapter, Ne. S, Royal Arch
Masons.
1’HE STATED CONVOCATIONS
of St. John's Chapter, No. 5, UsKfeP
. A. M., will be held at MA
SONIC It ALL, on the Second wtsavni
WEDNESDAY EVENING of each month.
Called Communications on all ether Wednes
day evenings.
All Itnyal Arch Masons in good standing
are cordially invited to attend.
JOHN GILLESPIE, H. P.
W. A. f)URT,VT, Secretary. j\2ltf
I’HE A. 0. H. meet every first and third
SATUKD VY EVENING of each month.
It 8 o'oclock, at the corner of Clark and
Monroe streets, until furthor notice.
• P. P. SPLAINE. President.
Thop. Mdrpbt. Secretary,
fj’UREKA LODGE. NO. 22.
i meets Every THURSDAY
EVENING. Sp:
IN ODD FELLOWS’ HALL.
At 8 o'clook p. H. All members in good
standing are cordially invited to attend.
P. ANDERSON. N. 0.
M. CiMBBia. Secretary. l0-jy20
HOTELS, ETC.
PARKER HOUSE
RESTAURANT,
• MAIN STREET, EUREKA.
MRS. ROB'T STEWART, PROPRIETRESS.
THIS OLD ESTAB
lishp-l RestBuriot has
just been thoroughly renovated and
enlarged, and will be ready for gen
eral business
To-morrow Morning, Feb. 4th.
THE TABLE will at all times be aup plied
with
The Best the Market Affords!
TheCulinary Department will be under the
iTira- diate supervision of MRS. STEW ART,
*ho will spare no pains to please her pa
trons.
Eureka, Feb. 2, 1678._ H f
William Gillkh, Jamks McMartis.
THE PARKER HOUSE.
main Street, Eureka, Xev.,
Gillen ZMEcAKartin,
PROPRIETORS.
rI'HE APPOINTMENTS OF TniS HOTEL
X are first-claps, the rooms having been
enlarged and elegantly furnished.
Single or in Suits.
THE BAK
Ha, a fine reputation, and will be kept up to
that ftandard. Nothin* but the beet will be
offered.
Attached to the premise, i, a first-cla,,
RESTAURANT.
The Palisade, Hamilton, Austin, Tybo and
Belmont Stages, all stop at this House.
E reV a, January 29. 1878. j39 tf
IS NOW OPEN
-AND
IS THE ONLY FIRE-PROOF HOTEL IN EAST
ERN NEVADA.
main Street, Eureka.
r|'HE ROOMS A HE HARD FINISHED,
X elegantly furnished and spacious.
Single or in Suits.
Gas in all the Booms.
Connected with the Hotel is the
Finest Bar-room in the State.
A. .JACKSON, Proprietor.
Formerly of the Jackson llouso,. n Hamil
ton, White Pino county.
Eureka, Dec. 2b ls77.f!28
WESTERN HOTEL,
FORMERLY
The Silver Brick Lodging House.
Four Doors Below the International,
MAIN STREET,
EUREKA, NEVADA.
'I'llIS ESTABLISHMENT, COMPLETE
1 in every part, will bo opened Decem
ber 5th.
Hoard per week, : : : : : : : 87.
Single meals, : : : : 50 ct».
THU HA It.
Will be stocked at all times with the choicest
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
To be foot d on the coa- t.
Depot for Lyon Jt Co’s Celebrated Brewery,
San Francisco.
Families supplied at their residences with
Lyon*-* a*o.
A share of the i»ubli<* patronage is solicited.
P. S. QUAID, Proprietor.
Eureka Dec 1, 1877. d2-tf
TURNER HOUSE.
SOUTH MAIN STREET.....EUREKA.
'I'lilS OLD ESTABLISHED HOTEL HAS
1 just been n wly refill d throughout, and
has u largo number of
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS.
Mr, Turner makes a specialty of tho
RESTAURANT AND DINING-ROOM,
Where, under his personal supervision, all
ti e delicacies of the season will be served in
the most approve I maimer.
BAR AND QILUARD ROOM !
With a lino assortment 01 Liquors and Cigars.
The Postoffice and the office of Wolls,
Eargo A Co. aru directly opposite, and cr
riagcH run to and from the depot to meet ell
trains.
B. J. TURNER, Proprietor.
Eureka, July 18, 1877. jyltftf
COSMOPOLITAN
RESTAURANT AND SALOON,
(Adjoining tbe Cosmopolitan Hotel),
SOUTH MAIN STREET, : : EUREKA
TnE BEST QUALITIES OF
W ines, Liquor* and Cigars,
Can always bo found at the BAR.
R. McCHARLES, Proprietor
_Eureka, Nov. 7, 1877._ nS-tf
THE CORNER CH0P4}TANDr
QPrn DAT AMD MU Hr.
WM. H. WALKER.
Proprietor.
March 1. 1877. m3tf
MI8CEL ..MEorrs.
FISKE’S BAKERY
— AMD—
CONFECTIONERY STORE!
In Fiske’s Building, Main Street, Eureka.
| HAVE JUST OPENED A DAKERY IN
JL connection with the Ctnlc-Hionery Store
lately occupied by M. \out*, and am pre
pared to turnirh
THE BEST OP AMERICAN BREAD,
PIES. CAKES, ETC.
WEDDING CAKES AND FANCY PAS
TRY A SPECIALTY I
By leaving orders at the store, goods will
be delivered to ary parr of the town.
FRESH CANDIES, manufactured on the
premies, and always on hand in large quan
tities. I ll AS. FlaKE, Proprietor.
Eureka, Doc. 22 1<S77.d2‘Uf
UNITED STATES BAKERY
and Restaurant.
JOHN HCEBNER, PROP’R.
OERVED UP AT ALL TIMES. IN THE
Vj most approved styio.
Fish, Game,
And the best BEEF, PORK and MUTTON
to be procured in the market.
Meals at all hours.
BREAD. PIES, CAKES, etc.
Paltry lor ball suppers gotten up on short
notice.
WEDDING CAKES a specialty.
All article* delivered free of charge.
Orders solicited. *u28tf
1C. R. DODGE,
OENIRAL
BUSINESS AGENT,
EUKEKA NEVADA.
AGENT for the GIANT POWDER CO.
B.T **niee on Hurl SI ret t, opposite
Odd Fellows’ Hall.
Eureka, February 21, 1878. f22tf
FRANK ROBBINS,
9
One Door above Wells, Fargo Si Cof§,
EUKEKA. NEVADA.
Promptness, Accuracy and Moderate i
Charges.
cat PLEASE CALL. -6«
Eureka, March 16, 1»78. mhl7
EUKEKA
F O U N D R Y !
'PHIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW I’KE
1 pared to furnish mills arid furnaces with '
CASTING S
Of every description. Also,
Machine Work.
We have running in connection with th«
above a BoILEK Sll <1*. where all descrip
tion oi boiler work and forging will be un
dertaken.
All work leaving the Foundry
Guaranteed, and Executed on the
Most Reasonable Terms.
•^"Orders solicited from outlying district*
and tilled with dispatch.
J. WELLS A 00.,
Eureka Foundry, Eureka, Nevada.
Knr«»- a. .1 urn* 11. 1*77.jelJ-t*
G-AME1,
POULTRY AND FISH.
NICK MILLICH
IS AGAIN AT Ills OLD STAND. NEXT
door to bred. barnos' nutchcr shop
wb.ro ha will at all tunes keep ou bund the
best of
Poultry,
Uaune,
Flah.
f*k«.
tljstort,
Fruit, t.tc.
Persons leaving tbeir orders at rny store
will have them promptly tilled anil delivered,
Eii.bE ur OH A HUE.
itoTUrders Solicited.
NICK MILLICH.
Eureka, January 10, 1878._jall-tf
HALEY & CO.,
Wholesale aud Retail Butchers,
VI AIN STREET, OPPOSITE.Mltat
A1 odd bellows' building.
.leer,
Veal,
Fork.
Mutton
Special attention paid to family euitomers.
Meals delivered in any part of the town.
Eureka. Alev -p |s77 __my'AVtf_
PURE MILK !
ON AND AFTER THIS DATE, I A.M
prepared to furnish families, hotel-, re*
t>iU'Hnr-, boarding houses, or any other per*
son with FCDuin*', pure Milk, from ono pint to
100 gallons per day, at the following rates:
FlnH—10 cents per l int, or.#8 per month
Q lurts.#•> per month
11hI'.chImu-.#0 per month
OneCjallon p r dav, iU ctf>, or.$15 a month
A lib *ral reduction will be made for larger
quantities
WM. E. TAYLOR.
Eureka, April 2.1K78. _ _ _ »p5tf
NOTICE.
rpIIE UNKKRSKJNKI*. HAVING SOU)
1 bin ontiio inter *t in Richmond No. H
Saloon to Alex. High, reeoeetlully solicit* for
hi-b oceB*or a continuanceof the liberal nat
ron.'go hereto o'o be-towed on the late firm
of hidly A High. Alex. High will nay all
bill* and collec all money* due th" old firm.
U. F. KRIH.Y.
Eur I- a, Arril 22, 1HTS,*|.'2tid
NO T I C E !
Being anxioistm settle rp my
bu-iness, 1 respectfully ask parties in
debted ta me to pay their Recounts and save
costs. 1 am alone responsibly tor debts, and
I wish persof s owing iue to make payment
to me individually.
, PATRICK HUSSEY.
Ruby Hill, March R!nt, 1378. ap2tf
MISCELL A NEO US.
Application foTTPatenT
TO THE BLUE BIBD MINE
NO. 410.
IT. S. Laud Office
Eureka, N«r„ March 1st 187$
XJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tHa*
V.^rr.s H. Joseph and James E. T)/J
wh<*se Bostnffice address in Eureka, NeVMjn»
have this day filed their applicant.q f0®®»
l atent for nine hundred linear f et of tk*
B ue Bird mine or rein bearing silver »,5J
surface ground two hundred feet in wi^ Sr
situate, lying and being in tho Eereka Mi
ing District, county of Eureka, ar.d Slat® t
Nevada, and known and designated by th
field notes hhU official plat on file in this
as lot No. 135. fflCl
The exterior boundaries of said lot 14 k
ing a-* follows, to wit: " D#*
Vanatio 1, 18' - deg. **ast.
Commencmir at a post maiked No. 1, T 9
survey No. 135, the «*me being post No i ,
IT. S. Survey No. 132. Golden Rule |,Z
whence tr.e flags’aff in the town of Kursk’
bears N. 25 d- g. 22 min. E.. 15,288 feet' R,o!
Hi 1 No. 1 bears N. 15 deg. 37 min. W. ».J
f et: post No. 2 of li. S. Survey No. 99* Ku
EnwIe lode, bears N. 2! deg. f| min J®
495 9-10 feet; and the Blue Bird andClitr..’
shaft bears N. 88*4 deg. K.f 381 feet; then?
running 1st course N., 83V< deg. E., 2»0 W
to post mark d No. 2, t. S. surve> N„ j*l
thence 2d course S. 34*4 deg. K.. MJOfcetfo
post marked No. 3, I'. S. survey N0>
thenc-, 3d coarse S.. 8:1*4 deg. W., 200 foctu
post maraed No 4. I . S. survey No. ijr.
thence 4th course N.,81'* dig. VV.f yuo* j ’
to p st No. 1, 1 ho place of beginning,cont*i*I
inir 4 9-100 acres 0
This claim is bounded on th'j southwest k.
the Golden Rule min-. 81 by
1 he location of rbi« mine is duly recordci*
in the Recorder's office of Eureka Minin#
District, on page 144. in Book F, of thc.MiL.
ing K-cords of said District.
Any and all per-on*. claiming adv-rse'y
nnv portion of said Blue Bird mine or said
mining ground a- herein before described trJ
requir'd to file tneir ad verse claim with
Resi ter of the I'nited States Land < fcceat
Eureka, in the State of N eva a. duri* t tbs
sixty days* period of publication hers,f or
they will be b rred by virtue uf the nr,,#;*,
ions of the -tatutc.
in 2- Od D. B I MM EL. ILfin-r.
Application for a Patent
TO TIIK
Commit Mine.
>0. 423.
I . S. Lawd Officr,
Euifka, Nevada, April 17, 1*7*.
TWTOTICE IS 11 EKE BY GIVEN THAT
In Thomas Withered. whose i'ostoffiea ad.
dress is Eureka, Nev.. has this day tiled his
ampli ation for a patent for or* thou-sid
linear fe t of the Commit miDe. with surface
ground two hundred feet in width, situate,
lying and being in the Eureka Viining duu
trici, county of Eureka and .State of Nevada,
and known and design a ted by the field note*
and official plat on tile in this othcoaslvt
No. bid.
The boundaries of said lot No. 138 area
follows, to-wit:
Vari itioD Id deg. 31 min. cast.
Commencing at a post marked IT. 8.8or.
vevNo. 13d. Commit mine, situated on 'fe*
west “ide o.' Rrosntvt mountain, whence its
summit of Ruby Hill No. 1 bears N. II dt|.f
min. E. 6,61 d feet; post No. 1, I . 8. JSur»*y
No. Tit, on ihe Colorado lode, b«ars
deg E., 2.1«d feet, and the working shaft*
thi- lod'* b ars N. 77‘» deg. E., 74 4-10 fwt;
tbence. running first course S. 2h*'« deg. L,
1.000 feet, to post nu rked No. 2. t'. 8. Sarv?}
N .. 13o; thenr*. 21 cours*-, N. dl% d»*g. L
•_00 feet, to post marked No. 3, U. S. 8orv*
No. 13d; thence, .id course, N. V8'1 dff. w.
1.000 fe-t r* post marked No. 4, U. 8. Surrey
No. l »: tbiMii Itb epurWiS. dig
200 foot, t<- fie place of beginning, contus
ing 4 .'lO-lOtt acres.
Thi* claim i* bounded bv n« known min**,
the nearest being the El Dorado and Colt*
rado.
The location of this mine is duly r^cordsi
in the Recorder's olfice of Eureka Mmint
District, page 3lit, Hook D, of tho Mining'
Records.
Any and all persons claiming adversely,
anv portion of said Commit mine, or Mid I
mining ground, as hereindeforo* described,j
are required lo file th«*ir adverse claim w \h
the R« gister of the I'nited Mates Land Office
at Eureka in the Mate ot Nevada, during
the silty days period of publication her**,
or they will b.* barred by virtuoof tbeprovi*.
•ion* of the statute.
apl7-dod D. B. IMMEL, Register.
DR. SPINNEY a. CO.,
IHo. 11 Henriiy hired,
fPREAT ALL CHRONIC AND SPECIAL
1 Diseases.
101*44 n I >
Who may be nuflering from the effect* of
youthful folliosor indiscretion will do well to
uvrtil tbem-elvts of this, the greatest boon
ev*»r laid ai the feet of muttering hum salty,
DR. SPINNEY will guarantee to ,or;eit fir#
hundred dollars lor every ca e of w-*#*DeM
or private disease ot any kind or rharactsr
which he undertakes and ail* to cure.
Mii»i»i.fr:-A<4fr.i> nt \.
There are many at the age of thirtv to sixty
who are troubled with loo frequent mix
tion of the bladder oft-n accompanied by a
slight smarting or burning sensation, and ft
weakening ot the system in a manner thepa
ti* nt can n«>t account for. <»n examining th*
urinary deposits a ropy sediment will oheabt
found, and sometim-s small particles « t abu
.^en v\ i 11 appear, or the color will beof #
thin milkish hue, again cha gingtoadirk
and torpid appearance. There are m*D7
men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of tbe
cause, which is the second stage ol semiuti
weakness. Dr. will g ■anmtee u perfect
cure in all such eases, and a healthy re»tor»*
tion of the g* nito-urinary organ*.
Office Hours 10 to 4 and 0 to K. Sundio
from 10 to II a. ii. Consultation free. Thr
ough examination and ad vie , $->.
Call or address DR. Si*l NN EY A CO.,
•2ft-tf No. II Kearnv street, Sar. h ranci*eo.
T HOS. MURPH Y,
The Pioneer Bootmaker1
WISHES TO INFORM HIS OLD fAl
patrons, and the public gener- fB
ally, that h** has again commenced f
bu-iness at hi* old stand, opposite Paxton*
Co’s Rank, where he is prepared to do»U
kinds of work in his line, lie has on baud*
large assortment of
ALL KINDS OF BOOTS!
of his own manufacture, which ho will dtf*
pose of at reduced prices.
AII kinds of repairing done at the shortest
notice. Hive m* a call.
Eureka. February 15 1^77._fl
80 BY BILL WATER I0RK
Capacity of Tanka 400,000 Gallani
ALL NOW FULL.
WATER WILL BE FURN1SII8D I»
Kr by Hill, in any desired quac.ti.ie*. aj
all seaso r of the year, at a uniform r*t®
lower than c.«n be furnished from any ot&«*
source. Water delivered twice daily to P-**
vate f.milies, miners’ cabins, saloons, «*•
Tickets ranging from t»*A to 50 cents apt*
will t*e sold at the office of the company ®
Ruby Hill. . ,
W.B. HARRHB Proprietor.
T. W. PEARSON, Superintend®^
mv'^ t* ______
sam’l son, , r. ». Miaou*
J. EVANS, Agent.
MORE REYNOLDS & CO.,
Importer* and .Jobber*of
QTXNBS AND LIQUOR*.
212 California St. San Fiancieco.
••"Sole Ament, for Pacific Coast for
il1dk*,,J HotTrnort P*nntv Wtf)■»»<»■_„——
VOB PRINTINW OF AM.
ti ocutad with disoatch at tbel SKM*‘
printing Office.

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