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Eureka Oaili) Sentinel.
SPECIAL NOTICES. flood Wotch-work. Mr. P. Steler Informs his customers that he has secured one of the best workmen cn the Pacific Coast, who has long been connected with several of the leading San Francisco houses, and who possesses many testimonials aa to his skill and excellence as a watch maker. Customers are notified that Repairing and Cleaning will be promptly attended to, and the work guaranteed to give satisfaction. P. STELER. Jeweler, Main street. Eureka, August 7, 1878. au8 I*A(IIc« ! Do you want to buy your husbands a nice Christmas gift? Seethe fine stock of hand some Meerschaum Pipes, elegant Cigar-hold ers, in meerschaum and amber; those Russian leather Cigar Cases, and many other beautiful things that are offered at the Golden Rule Store. _ Watches and Jewelry. If you want your fine watches repaired in the best manner and guaranteed for one year to keep correct time, go to Straus’ Jewelry Store below tbs Parker House. je8 Overalls. All kinds, riveted, self-supporting and leather finished, in bine drilling; drab, brown and alate color duck, fancy and all kirn's of over alls. In these goods I X L at the G dden Rule Store. _ Tobaccos ami Cigars. A well-selected stock of flue-cut and plug chewing and smoking Tobaccos, and a fresh Invoice of Cigars, just received at the Golden Rule Store, where 1 X L, as the boys all know. Rubber Goods. All kinds of Boots and Shoes at tho very lowest prices—Monitors, Arctics, Snow-exclud ers, Rubbers. 'Tis a positive fact that I X L ta Rubber Goods at the Golden Rule Store. riOMluff Out. Selling off my entire stock of Stationery, consisting of legal cap, foolscap, note and let ter Paper; pink Tape, Pens, Holders, Inks, Mu cilage, etc., etc.; also, my entire stock of Fancy Goods, Cutlery, Notions, Pipes and Smokers’ Articles. As it is my intention to consolidate business, all of the above will be ■old without reserve. MORRIS H. JOSEPH, Golden Rule Store, Eureka. Cardigan Jackets. All Wool Cardigan Jackets, Woolen Scarfs and Winter Wear for Gentlemen, in which for cheapness I X L at the Geldcn Rule Store. A Gentle Hint. In our style of climate, with ivs sudden changes of temperature—rain, wind and sun shine often intermingled in a single day—it is no wonder that our children, friends and rela tives are so frequently taken from us by neg lected colds, half the deaths resulting directly from this cause. A bottle of Boshee’s German Syrup kept about your home for immediate use, will prevent serious sickness, a large doc tor’s bill, and perhaps death, by the use of three or four doses. Far curing consumption, hemorrhages, pneumonia, severe coughs, croup or any disease of the throat or lungs, its suc cess is simply wonderful, as your druggist will tell you. German Syrup is now sola in every town and village on this continent. Sample bottles for trial, 10 cents; regular size, 75 cents. d24-eow MINING NOTICES] Delinquent Sale Notice. KK CONSOLIDATED MINING COM pany. Location of principal place of busi ness, San Francisco, California. Location of works, Eureka Mining District, Eureka County, State of Nevada. Notice.—There are delinquent upon the fol lowing described stock, on account of assess ment levied on the third day of January, 1879, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as follows; No. No. Names. Cert’e Shares. Amount JH Brewer, trustee.1489 75 $ 75 00 J H Brewer, trustee.1491 25 25 00 Alfred Barstow, trustee.. .1498 80 80 00 M G Cavanaugh.1490 50 50 00 MG Cavanaugh.1497 15 15 00 CF Eaton. 702 100 100 00 A W Foster, trustee.1357 50 60 00 A W Foster, trustee.1391 25 25 00 A W Foster, trustee.1398 50 50 00 A W Foster, trustee.1399 20 20 00 I Glazier & Co, trustees... 212 50 50 00 Gee H Goddard, trustee... 1328 - 50 50 00 B B Minor, trustee.1350 10 10 00 B B Minor, trustee.1354 100 100 00 B B Minor, trustee.1510 100 100 00 B B Minor, trustee.1517 50 50 00 P Phelan, trustee .........1513 50 50 00 Rchmiedell, Hochstadter k Co., trustees.1323 200 200 00 Schmiedell, Hochstadter k Co., trustees.1393 50 50 00 T R Williamson. 708 50 50 00 8 B Wakefield, trustee.1388 5 5 00 M A Young, trustee.1351 10 10 00 M A Young, trustee.1352 10 10 00 And in accordance with law, and an order of the Board of Trustees, made on the third day of January, 1879, so many shares of each par cel of such stock as may be necessary, will be ■old at public auction, at the office of the Com e\ny. Room No. 44, Nevada Block, No. 309 ontgomery street, San Francisco, California, on WEDNESDAY, the 5th day of March, 1879, ■t the hour of 12 o’clock, m., of said day, to pay said delinquent assessment thereon, to gether with costs of advertising and expenses of the sale. B. B. MINOR, Secretary. Office—Room 44 Nevada Block, No. 309 Mont gomery Street, San Francisco, California, febll td _*_ Delinquent Sale Notice. PHENIX SILVER MINING COMPANY, Location of principal place of business, San Francisco, California. Location of works, Eureka Mining District, Eureka county, Ne vada. Notice.—There is delinquent upon the fol lowing described stock, on account of assess ment (No. 18) levied on the Tlh day of January, 1879, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as fol lows : No. of No. of Names. Certi’e. Shares. Ain't. Callaghan, Lynch A Co., trustees, balance.2511 13 $3 25 Crandall, W G, trustee... .3006 30 7 50 Crandall, W G, trustee... .3076 100 25 00 Crocker k Suydam, trus.. .3088 30 7 50 FoxC W, trustee, balance.2538 37 9 25 Fox C W, trustee, balance.2653 13 % 3 38 Fox C W, trustee, balance.2674 12% 3 12 Fox C W, trustee, balance.2675 13 3 25 Fox C W, trustee, balance.2676 13% 3 44 Fox C W, trustee, balance.2747 2 50 Forbes Charles, trustee.. .2929 100 25 00 Forbea Charles, trustee.. .2978 600 150 00 Forbes Charles, trustee.. .2979 200 50 00 Foster A W. trustee.2832 100 25 00 Fry, Neal k Co, trustees.. .2992 5 1 25 Greenbaum L A Co., trus. .3099 1300 325 00 Hoibuan H, trustee, bal.. .2615 37 9 25 Hale A Pacheco, trustees. .3053 10 2 50 Hall A Charles, trustees. ..2962 10 2 50 Hall A Charles, trustees. ..3068 30 7 50 King J L A Co, trustees... .3059 1 25 Hill A Kilgour. trustees.. .2739 100 23 00 Richardson E A, trustee, balance.2375 42 10 50 Richardson E A, trustee, balance.2936 56 14 00 Richardson E A, trustee, balance.2937 52 13 00 Richardson E A, trustee.. .3115 661 165 25 Schmitt M, trustee, bal.. .1420 4% 1 07 Stein Nat, trustee.3004 9958 2489 50 Taylor W 8. trustee, bal... 1376 14 3 50 Wakefield 8 B A Co, trus. .3052 10 2 50 Wharton James, trustee.. .3029 50 12 50 Wharton James, trustee.. .3049 200 50 00 And in accordance with law and an order of the Board of Directors, made on the 7th day of January* 1879, so many shares of each parcel •f such stock as may be necessary will be sold at public auction, at the ofik-e of the Company, No. 308 California street, San Francisco, Cali fornia, on MONDAY, the 3d day of March, 1879, at the hour of 12 o’clock m. of said day, to pay said delinquent assessment there on, together with costa of advertising and ex penses of the sale. JAMES BOLE, Secretary. OAce: No. 308 California Street, San Fran •taco, California. fl5-td Assessment Notice. Hamburg mining company—loca tiom of principal place of business, San Francisco, California ; location of worka. Eu reka District, Eureka county, State of Nevada. Notice ia hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the third day of February, 1879, an assessment (No. 6) of fifty cents per share was levied upon the capital etoek of the corporation, payable immediately In United States gold coin, to the Secretary at the office of the Company, Room 4, No. 401 Cal ifornia street, San Francisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall ••main unpaid on the thirteenth day of March, 1879, will be delinquent, and advertised for •ale at public auction ; and unless payment is made before, will be sold on Tuesday, the eighth (8th) day of April, 1879, to pay vhe de linquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of aale. By order of tfca Board of Directors. DAVID A. JENNING8, Secretary. Office—Room 4, No. 401 California street, Sau (ancdaco, California. febC td BILLIARD PARLORS AND SALOONS. THE SIZER,1C SHOOS, (VP ITAI1I.) MAIN STREET, EUREKA. SMITH « scon, PROPRIETORS. Refitted and Refurnished. Making it one of the most attrac tive places in Eureka. THE BILLIARD PARLOR Attached to the 8AZERAC is the finest billiard room in town, containing the newest and most improved tables. THE EL DORADO SALOON. UP STAIRS. JAMES M. KELLOGG, Proprietor. THE FINEST BILLIARD AND CLUB ROOMS IN THE STATE. THE WHOLE ESTABLISHMENT IS En tirely new, and the Billiard Table* are of the latest patterns. The Bar will at all times be furnished with the best of Liquors and Cigars. The comfort and entertainment of patrons will be studied by the Proprietor and attaches. BILLIARDS! rj«HE LARGEST AND FINEST; BILLIARD SALOON IN THE STATE. STONE ZBTTIZLZDIISrG-. Corner Main and Clark Streets, Eureka. GEO. THACHER AND CLAY SIMMS, PROP'S. SALOONS. NARROW-GAUGE SALOON Corner of Buel and Clark Streets, Eureka. MOLATESTA & LIGETT, PROPRIETORS. Having purchased the above sa loon, the proprietors will keep constant ly on hand tha choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars To be had in the San Francisco market. Give us a call. MOLATESTA k LIGKTT. Eureka, November 30, 1878. dl-tf OPERA HOUSE SALOON. Corner of Buel and Pateman streets. Fine wines, liquors and cigars,— the best in town. OLD MAN LEVAN, Proprietor. Eureka Oct. 7, 1878. o8-tf PERRY’S SALOON,” -CORNER OF Main and Bateman Streets EUREKA, NEV. -THE CHOICEST Wines, Liquors and Cigars Obtainable In the San Francisco market con stantly on hand. Eureka, August 10, 1878. aulO-tf THE TIGER SALOON JOE MENDES, Proprietor. 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 perfect mystery. Up-stairs or down, turn as you wi*1 you find yourself be fore a BAR, Supplied with the choicest brands of WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS. Experienced and attentive barkeepers are al ways in attendance to serve the patrons of the house. San Jose Fredericksburg Beer Constantly on Draught. PALACE SALOON. MAIN STREET, EUREKA. LUTHER CLARK, Propr’r. Has fitted up, in the best style, the above Saloon, where is kept only the Choicest brands of WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS. fiGT Call and be convinced. CALIFORNIA HOUSE LOITS BRANDT, Fropr. T X-T E SALOON A ttached to the above popular Xm. House has been opened in first-class style. COLD BEER ! Of the Best Quality, a Specialty. fi^The public are cordially Invited to drop in and test the quality of the Liquors and Cigars. sepft-tf Pioneer Barber Shop and Bath House, North Main Street, Eureka. The undersigned, having opened the above establishment, offers his pro fessional services to all who desire a first-class physiognomical hair-cut, or an ecstatic shave. Hair Cutting. 50 Cents, fthampoo lug, 50 Ceuta. Connected with the estab lishment are several neat and ►elegant Bath Rooms, where _!the most desirable Hot or Cold baths can be had at all times. BATIIN, 50 CENTfi. ▲ share of public patronage is solicited. JAMES M. M. MOODY. Proprietor. RDBY HILL WATER WORKS. Capaeltjr of Tanks, 400,000 Oallsns. ALL MOW FULL. WATER WILL BE FURNISHED IN RUBY Hill, in any desired quantities, at all seasons of the year, at a uniform rate, and lower than can be furnished from any other source. Water delivered twice daily tojirivate families, miners’ cabins, saloons, etc, Tickets, ranging from 61* to 60 cents apiece, will be sold at the Office of the Company, on Ruby Hill. W. B. HARRUB, Proprietor. 1 T W. PEARSON. buperietendeut HOTELS. J. L. HINCKLEY. J. H. LOCKWOOD. THE PARKER HOUSE. Hinckley & Lockwood, PROPRIETORS. This house will be kept first class. Rooms Mingle or in suit*. At tached to the House is a firM-class BESTATTB.A.IsrT. THE B A B Ha» a Ane reputation, and nothing but the best Liquors, Wines and Cigars will K* kept. Rail road coaches will take passengers to and from the depot. Eureka. February 6, 1879. feb7 tf THE JACKSON HOTEL IS HO’W OPEN, And is the only Fire-proof Hotel in Eastern Nevada. MAIN NTKEET, El IIEKA. The rooms are hard finished, el egantly furnished and spacious. 0INU1.E BOOMfi OR IN SI ITN. WAS IN ALL THE ROOMS. I Connected with the Hotel in the Finest Bar-room in the State !, A. JACKSON, Proprietor. Formerly of the Jackson House, at Hamilton, White Pine county. jeltf North Mnlu Street, EUREKA, - - seii-tf D. H. HALL, Propr. TURNER HOUSE. South Main Streeet, Eureka. This old established hotel has just been newly refitted throughout, and has a large number of Elegantly Furnished Rooms. Mr. Turner makes a specialty of the RESTAURANT «»<i DINING ROOM, Where, under his personal supervision, h11 the delicacies of the season will be served in the most approved manner. Bar and Billiard Room With a fine assortment of Liquors and Cigars. The Postofflce and the office of Well*, Fargo & Co. are directly opposite, and carriages run to and from the Depot to meet all trains. B. J. TURNER, Proprietor. Eureka, July 18, 1877. jy 19tf SILVER BRICK HOTEL. Noutli Main Street, Eureka. rnHIS POPULAR EUREKA HOTEL HAS I now changed hands, and is under the man agement of the undersigned, who will, in per son, give her undivided attention to the patrons of the house. TERMS: Boaril, perweek.87 OO Single Meals.50 ( tx Liquors null t'lgarx.12 l-2€'t» A fair share of the public patronage is so licited. MRS. ELIZA GERATY, Proprietress. Enrcka, November 8, 1878. u9-tf PINTO HOUSE. 'PHE UNDERSIGNED HAS LEASED, RE 1 fitted and refurnished this old established waynide hotel, and will, at all times, use his best endeavor to maintain its previous good reputation. The TABLE Is always supplied with the best, and the BAR has only the bestl LIQUORS and CIGARS In the Market. HAY and BARLEY Furnished to teamsters and traders. Call and see me. N. SMITH, Proprietor. Pinto, January 21, 1879. jan22 3m* EUREKA HOTEL, Palisade, - - Nevada, This popular hotel has now chang ed hands, and is under the management of the undersigned, who will, in person, give his undivided attention to the patrons of the house. B. BENNETT, - Proprietor. (Successor to W. S. Evans.) Palisade, January 23, 1879. jan24 tf Richmond House. No. 31 Bnel Street, MRS. DR. SHIPP, - - PROPRIETRESS. This establishment is entirely new, having just been built and newly furnished throughout. The rooms are large and airy. BOOBS, from 82 to 810 per W eek. Every attention will be paid to those who favor us with their patronage. • Eureka, Nov. 11, 1878. ' DEPOT -HtffEL, PtllMde, Nevada. MRS. K. BAUM, : : PROPRIETRESS •THUS HOTEL IS NEW AND FIR8T-CLA88, X and fills a want long felt In Palisade. Mrs. M. Banin’s well-known reputation as a land lady will be a sufficient guarantee that the De pot Hotel will please and satisfy. She will give her especial attention to the comfort of the traveling public. jylO-tf Dissolution of Copartnership. 'VTOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN, TO ALL CON li ceknei>, that the copartnership heretofore existing between the undersigned, under the firm name of Lockwood k Remington, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. Win. H. Remington will collect all debts coming to said firm, and pay all indebtedness owing by it. J. C. LOCKWOOD, W. H. REMINGTON Eureka, Jauuary 16,1679. jau22tf $60 REWARD WILL BE GIVEN FOR THE RETURN OF the child, Lena Espanoza, to her home, or for any Information that will lead to her recovery. WM. ZANOW. Eureka, Jauuary 37, 1679. j ait38 ti RESTAURANTS. F-A-^UXER. HOUSE RESTAURANT. Main Street, Eureka. NOW CONDICTED BY MBS. NICK MILLICH OSs. / - THIS THE OLDEST RE8TAU Si, II • Jrant in Eureka, lias been leased by ye.e J the limit rsidtieil. and "ill l*e ee.li ducted in first-class style, and "ill set thu best table in town. Itonrsl. per ueek.** 0° Min isle Meals.50 Tents No Chinese employed. Orders taken In English, Spanish and Italian. Mrs. N. MILLICH, Proprietress. Eureka, December ‘i3, 1878. diI4-tf MOCH’S “E-F-I-C-TT-Pt-E- A-IM’ RESTAURANT. Corner of Buel Bateman Si’s EUREKA, NEVADA. Rrcnkra^t, from 7 to 12 o'clock A. If. Dinner, from 5 to^7 o'clock 1*. M. Private Rooms for Families, and Extra Dinners lo Order. Eureka. November 14.1878. n!5-tf EXCHANGE RESTAURANT. Corner *>f Main and Clark Street*, Eureka MRS. 1.. IIHJMIY, Proprietrenn. MEALS -50 Cents. THIS is THK^ oldest established Restaurant iu Eureka. The Din -v- ing Room has been enlarged an 1 ( generally renovated. THE TABLE will at all times be supplied with The Beat tlie Market Alford*. The whole business will !>e under the general supervision of AIKS. HIGLEY, who will be pleased to see all her old friends, and all the new oues who may favor her with their pat ronage. ol-tf MRS. LOUISA HIGLEY. FISKE’S BAKERY —Aim— CONFECTIONERY STORE! In Flake's Building, Main St., Eureka. 1IIAVE JUST OPENED A BAKERY IN CON nertton with the Confectionery Store lately occupied by M. Young, and uiu prepared to furnish the best of American Bread,Pies,Cakes,Etc. WEDDING CAKES AND FANCY PASTRY A SPECIALTY. By leaving orders at the Store, goods will be delivered to any part of the town. FRESH CANDIES, manufactured on tlie premises, and always on hand in large quautD ties. ClIAH. FISKE, Proprietor. WESTERN HOTEL, Four doors below tlie International, Main Street, Eureka. This establishment, complete in every part, is now open. Bonnl, per week.87 00 ttltiSiIe Meals..10 I ts. T II II R A II Will be stocked at all times with the choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars To be found on the coast. Depot for Lyon A Co's celebrated Brewery, San Francisco. Families supplied at their residences with Lyon's Ale. A share of the public patronage is solicited, alt/ P. s. QUA11), Proprietor. teWlelil — AND SALOON! South Main Street, CAI>T. J. C. COLOAN, - : Proprietor. The proprietor pegs i.f.avk to an nounce that he lias opened 'the above establishment. The tables will at all times be supplied with the best the market affords. BOARD, $7 PER WEEK. SINGLE MEALS, 50 CENTS Meals will be served at all hours. White cooks and lady waiter*. The bar is well stocked with the choicest brands of WINES, EIQUOR& —AND— O X O 3FL £3. A share of the public patronage is respect fully solicited. Eureka, July 2.1878. jy3-tf TWO-BIT RESTAURANT ! THE FIRST IN NEVADA. JUST OPENED ON NORTH MAIN STREET, Eureka. FRANK ROEBLES, Proprietor. Meals Twenty-five dents to $1 breakca^t : Beefsteak, Mutton t.'flop, Veal Cutlet, Tot* toes, Brejid aud letter, Tea and CotTee. ^ IDUKTISrEIR. : y'WX aorta of Roast and Boiled Meats, Vegeta* 'hies, Soups, Etc. jy9-‘f PALACE CHOP-STAND -AND RESTAURANT. Having removed from the *• villa *• to the niAire eominodioitM and centrally located Palace building, iu the rear of th« Pal ace Saloon, we are now far better prepared to cater to the ”'anta of our patrons. Specialties —we have none; everything we offer the public will be first-class: fresh meats, sweet butter, genuine coffee, and so on to the end of the chapter, irrCALL AND SEE UR._£Q GEO. MANN A CO., • • Proprietors. Eureka. January lfi, 1879. janl7 tf NOTICE, To all Whom it may Concern I "VfOTICE is hereby given that no i.1 one is authorised to contrast any indebt edness against n»e, or on my account.’and that I will pay no debts contracted against me, or on my account, unless contracted by me Individu* ally, or by my written order. JAMES C. LOCKWOOD. Cureka, January 21,1079. jau22 if TItAVELEKS’ GUIDE. EUREKA AND PALISADE RAILROAD HEW ARKAXUEMEHTHI On and after November 5th, 1877, A FAST TRAIN WILL Rl'N FOR rnxHcngen, Mulls, nu<l Express ONLY, AND WILL Leave Eureka daily at.5SI0 a. m. Arrive at Palisade at.10:00 a. m. Making connection with East anil B est Hound Trains ol'the Central Pacific Railroad. RETURNING : Leave Palisade daily at.4:00 p. m. Arrive at Eureka at.8:30 p. m. Freight ami AfcoiniiioiliUioii Train: [.eaves Eureka daily at.(1.00 A. M. Arrives at Palisade at.3:15 p. m. Leaves Palisade daily at.7:15 a. m. Arrives ut Eur .ka at.5;-20 P. U. THE COMPANY WILL DELIVER FREICiillT AT HAMILTON, \\ a«d, 1*1 OCT IE, TV IIO. BELMONT, And all points south, by its teams, with care and dispatch, and at ths lowest rates. 1*. EVERTS, CJenornl Nup't. El'RE It A, HAMILTON AND 1’IOCTIE ST»GE&sM£ LINE! €■1LMEll A SALISBI'RV, Pro|»r*». CCONNECTING WITH THE EUREKA AND J Palisade Railroad. Leaves Eureka for HAMILTON, WARD and PIOCIIE, Every morning, at 7 o’clock. Leaves Piochefor Ward, Hamilton and Eureka every day, at 7 o’clock \. m. Carrying U. H. Mail and Wells, Fargo k Co's Express. Fine American horses aud new Concord coaches. Office at Wells. Fargo k Co’s. jyt) - a.. ■y"—"—. * a . FOR HALE OR TO KENT. FOR S-A-XjIEj. FOURTEEN QUARTZ WAGONS, (Axles ranging from 3 to 4 inches,) Complete ami in C*ootl Running Order. — IXCLITDIHO — ONE 4-INCH STEEL AXLE WAGON, (Nearly New—Original Cost, $l,f»50.) f — r \NY OR ALL OF THESE WAGONS WIL*|, be sold at less than one-fourth of thetl^ riginal cost. For particulars apply to M. RICH or DR. J. li KEEN, ( Eureka, Nevada J Or to W. D. HARRUB. / East Oakland, California. ns'itff EUREKi OPERI Ildfc'SE FOR_SALE/ A Good Investment for ^mall Capital. f T’HE UNDERSIGNED BEING j\j}OVT TO engage in husineaa in Califom/,, 4,f»,TH t^e alu've very deni ruble real estate At a bargain. The property has A Be^nlnr Income of #11.1 it Month, Outside of the Theater Vrfucr, and has theatrical engagement* ahead/;,wanting to $1,200 or $1,300. The Theater capacity for Seating One Thousand People, And if curly application is n>Ade the property will be sold at a bargain. I ’ The undersigned also hus W,lne Very Valuable Real Estate On Main Street, which he )ik, to (U,p0,e of before he leaves Lurekf^ Persons wishing to invRht in good property, fan do so oh very liberal/ terms, by making ap plication to f „ , , ; M. II. BARTLETT. Eureka, November il, ^1878. n'2tt-tf TO BUTCHERED DEALERS! i 3,000 3,000 MUTTON SHEEP 1710R SALE/ AT MY RANCH. SEVENTEEN mile*Muutheast of Austin. . jF particulars, call on or address I3- LiYTTXjETON, Anatlii, • - • . • Nevada Austin. January 2f>, 1879 Jan28 1m Ree;li & Waldvogel’s DAIRY PURE MILK AND CREAM! SERVED IN ANY QUANTITY TO SUIT customers. Persons wishing Milk or Cream, can notify the driver* of our wagons. REGLI k WALDVOOEL. Eureka. November 19, 1878. u20 ARTESIAN WELL li O IUN G . THE UNDERRIONKD HAVE JUST RE ceived all the npceaaary mgthlnery fur ■inking Artealan Wella, and are now prepared to receive contract* for lairing. For informa tion in regard to teriua, etc., apply to 'cltf R. H. PARKER k CO. MOREJLICHT! UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE WE WILL eell ISO deg. Are teat. Water White Oil. in lota of five caaea and upward* at $0.25 • aingle eaaea at $8.30, Ciuth. jt. SADLER k CO., II. JOHNSON. Eureka, January 8,1«7». jan9tf T** P«I»TI1*«. or AU DE •> acriptlona, derated with autnwa tad despatch fa Sknum-l LUMBER AND SHINGLES. Kl'REKA AID CALIFORNIA LUMBER COMPANY. South Main Street, N ivada. NEVADA AND CALIFORNIA LUMBER,, Of ull kinds. Redwood, Oregon and Sugar Pine MIN INC- TIMBERS! BUILDING LUMBER! A complete assortment of Clear and Dressed Lumber, Flooring, Siding, Rustic, and other styles of Hiding, Moulding. Laths, Shingles, Doors, Sash and D'<uda, etc., always on hand. 07” Everything at the Lowest C'n»t» Kates. jel E A L. CO. E. B. Dk La Matyr. C. R. De La Matyr LUMBER. Paul St., head of Clark. 1ITE WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND \▼ all hinds of Lumber, dressed and un dressed. Flooring, Mouldings, Ceiling, Windows, Pickets, Doors, Shingles, Blinds, ETC., ETO. C.R.DeLa Hlatyr & Co Eureka. January :«>, 1879. JanSl if APPLICATION I Oil A PATIINT rpo THE TRENCH MINE.—NO. 486.-1’. H. 1 Land Office, Eureka, Nevada, December *27. 1878.—Notice is hereby given, that Thomas Roh inson. whose postoffice address is Furtka, Ne vada. has tins day tiled his application Era patent for twelve htmdrtd linear feet of the Trench mine, or vein, bearing atlver. with surface ground three hundred feet in width, situate, lying aud being in White I'm*- Mining District, county of White Pine, and of Nevada, and known and designated by the field notes and official plat on file in this oftii e as Lot No. Oft, In Township 111. North Range. 57 Fast, of Mount Diablo meridian. The exterior boundaries of said Lot No 65 being as fol lows, to-wit: Variation H>*, deg. E. Commerc ing at a poet marked No. !. E. 8. Hurvry No. 6ft, whence a post marked E. S. M<>num* nt. No. 6, standing on the summit of a high lion-stone bluff, bears south 32 df-nrF* cast. 1.12ft fe*t. sec. corner common to sections 24 and 25 T. 16. N. It.. 56 E. and sections 19 and a T. Hi. NR. 57 d. E. bears N 7ft deg. 21 min. W.. 17,70s fe* t. smoke-ntack of Monte Chrl«to null bears N. ftl d. W , 10,040 feet;and the Trench shaft l»eare 8 22H deg. E., 693 fret ; thence running first coiuate S. 89 S< d. E. 1200 feet to post marked No 2. S. Survey No. 6ft ; then* * second < ourse i S. ftOjfd. \V., 300 feet to post marked No. :i [ E. S. Survey No. 6ft ; thence, third course N 1 39 J* d. W.. 1*200 feit to post marked No. 4, E S Survey No. 6ft. and thence, fourth course N. MHf d. E. 300 fest, to post No. I. the place of beginning, containing 8 26-100 acres. This j * laim is bounded on neither end bv any known | claimants. The nearest mines are the Little Amador aud Centennial. The location of this mine is duly recorded in the Recorder's Office of White Pin** Mining District, in Boult i I, and on page %i*. Any and all per : sops claiming adversely any portion of said Trench mine, or said mining i round as hereinbefore deacrlbed, are required t.> file their adverse * laim with the Register of the Enited States Earn! Office, at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the aixty *la)a period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. d*28-60d I>. R. IMM EL. Register. District Cjourt Summons. IN TIIK DISTRICT COVFT OF Tffi SIXTH Judicial District, in aud for Eureka • • ■miTy, State of Nevada. The Htute of Nevada sends greeting t*» CHRIS NuLE. You are hereby required to i»i>| * r in r,n re. tion commence*l against y*<u as d* fVndant, by Mary Noll, as plaintifl, in the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District, in and for the county of Eureka, Kt*»t** * if Nevada, at the town of Eureka, and answer the i* uiplnint therein, which is on file w ith the clerk of said court, within ten days after the service "ti y**u of this summons (exclusive of the day of ser vice), if served In said county, or tvv* nty days if served out of said county, but within tins District, aud in nil other cases forty days. «>r judgment by sVfnult will be taken against you, according to the prayer of said complaint The said action is brought to recover judg ment for a decree of divorce from the bond a of matrimony now existing between y**u and the plaintiff, on the ground alleged of extnuie cruelty. And you are hereby notified, that if yon fall to appear and answer the said * • mptaint as above required, the said plaintifl will nsk the Court for the relief demanded in the com plaint. TrsTi^pKY WiimKor, I, F. H. i REAL * Harmon, have here unto s» t my * . hand niul affixed the seal of said ^ Court this 7th day of December, A. D.1878. F H. HARMON. Clerk District Court, Sixth Judicial District, Eureka county, Nevada, ft fiw John T. IlAKxm Plaintiff's Attorney. SAN FRANCISCO. Largest Music House on the Coast. Pacific Coast Agents for the Celebrated W EBER PIANOS — AND— Estey Organs. Manufacturers of the SHERMAN & HYDE PIANO! For Brass Instruments, SHEET OSdXJfeSXC, And everything iu-the Music Line, address SHERMAN, HYDE & CO., SAN FRANCISCO. Piano* and Organ* Sold on Easy Term*. Sheet Muaic Depot at Morrl* II. Joaepli'a Uoldeii Rule More. Kiirsba. Rocky Mountain 0OAL! 0OAL! •u Hand and for Male lu Huaiatitle* to Mult. P. «.50 PER TON. WE AhE IN RECEIPT OF A SUPERIOR article of Coal, and will receive ship ment* by the car load, during the fall and winter months. The attention of Families snd others Is called to this DESIRABLE FUEL ! All orders left at the office c* the Eureka A Ci+iforula Lumber Company, will be promptly filled. / W. 0. MILLS, Agent. Eureka, Sept. 21,1878. ,ac22-tf hocietieh. El HER A 1.0 IMJt;, NO. |6 p rpilK STATED COMMI'NICATTnvo 1 r.k« LoAgr. No. lc, > \TI!l!iJ °» It. held in Maaouic lull, every 5l’ *••> W 10* 00 or pr^d.us ffll ««* ** ^ Called communication, every SutlmUj ^ Member. <f .u»,.r l„dKe« . , brethren til Rood aUliillnK, are * r iu'i""lnil*t «•' «tt«.d. H JOHNS L"‘L ,n’it W. P. Stfi.-hki.»a», secretary .*' *• *■ HEI» MEN. MflNNEMEOCA TRIM;, Nt) „ Order of Red Men, hold reJId*08** cite at Maeouie Hatton the thlr.l „().KT'“rcoa*. aeven aur.e. at the wventb run tkofeLt*”*! Sojoun.lnu I,rave,. w.mS,’a cordially invited to meet In eoum||U*,‘" «• Man Jacob., Chief of*Rei*rX''’ III IIHIX ENCAMPMENT No «T Hoi.oh r.Eon,ar sessions Elrat and Third MONDAYS £ *** month, at 7S; o'clock, e m.. at Odd pc'** ltmldloR Sojourulnt! Patrlar, ha amhSlE to attend. BEN. t\ LEVY el!* S. I). IlKNlir. Scrlhe. J-nTY, C.». ________ J«W IIEATIII4 EODC1E, NO. 7, M.orp Meets each Friday of ev», month, nt . ::to o'clock i- m .* <« Hall, In Odd F. Ihuva'hnllcli,,. ' Ut‘ t“Ua All Hrotler KbIkIiIx, in cc„„i fraternally Invited to.ttcn.l am 1, in^S1"* n. It. McKik, K. Of R. and s1' "Ii0Y'O-0 ST. JOHN'S CHAPTER. xw. , fpilK STATED CONVOCATION'S ij'v a* 1 Jotin’H < linpter. No. 6, It a M »4«.a held nt Miuu.nic Hull on tbesecond WmJH/ evening of end, month. Called . onaunSf tionn on all other Wednesday cveuinn ***•' All Koval Art h Mam ns. in good ataijdl*. _ cordiully invited to ntn ml. B‘°f>tra , JOHN OILLESPiv A » W. A. Dciley, Si r-refary. ** r* M«H\TAI\ \o. 27,1.0.0 r XIEI T EVERY SATCRDAY EVENfflO ,• e'l Odd Fellow*' Hall, at 7 o'clock 7i uiemWa of the order. In Rood atandiiu ar.i. »Ued t.. attend. CHAS. FERRARI* 'Na 11. It Mi Kt r. Re-rotary. 1 8 HIRER N1 ANN. rpilK A. I). 11. MEETS EVERY FIRST AXb , third Saturday >111101* of each month „ the comer of Clark and Monroe «tre.f« n;.JT further notice. JOHN FLYNN, I'reatdeai Thom. Mt itritY, R>errtary. MISCELLANEOUS. TO THE UNFORTUNATE. New Remedies! New Remedial Dll. (11 DIJON S DI8PEN8AIIY, s KFA 11 NY STREET, COi. JL .. j' * r Couimer* ial, Si a Eranriifv I California. Pi lx ate n.ti jum p ouCow! ( n Bard a I *tr*et. Established in life, V. * fi r the treiafinetil of Hextiul m4 Itag nal Diaeatee. mu h *» <»i norrbaa. Gleet, Strict, urc, ftyphilin in all Hh form*. He mi nal Wart* m en. Iiupob m y. rtc., < ti Skin dtsraaea of jure ftaudiiu ird l berated Legs, tfc., a*, t eenfully treated. IK. (illilluN hnn tbe pb ami re of er.iK>nn(ia| that be ha* n turned from visit,ng tlie priori, pal boi.pltala of Europe, ai d bn* roamed practice. The lHTtor ban *pared neither time mt money in toe king cut n* w r. medic*. and baa returned with in> t i nned facilitlea foi tbe alia, vlationof buijian aufferJuff. Seminal Weakness. Hi minal eniiNMo ri la th* conttequciire of aalf abupe. Tbi* aolltary vl. e, or depraved iciaal indulgence, I* practiced |.y the youth nt both •on* to an aim* *t unlimited extent. prod aril/ with umrring certainty the following train vf morbid ayiuj ton*, unlearn» u bated byleatite medical in« .«• urea, viz.: Hall-w i canicuaiwe, dark a pot* under the ey*a. nain in the brad, ringing in the ear*. noi*e l*ke the ruefling of 1»ave* or rattling of rhaiiot*. ni.raatumia tlie li-tio*. atTiLiii.*!! of ll.i limb*, 1 hi.fin»rd Vinli l), bir.nti.i intellect, loan of coitflflrnre, ditfiden'-e in aj-pro*, bin,: eiraugera.a dhliAal* form m \% l qu. n lulu 1 *. a >' iKj i.*ition l<-»huo Hmlrty, 1 of m«-iuor}, idmpie* nmt Tariooa ertif tlona ot the f.ice, L< ■ to flu*be*, farm! tongue, fart Id hr. nth, .ugh*, n ueuDiUioa, night a weal*, ism r>< mania, oi.<t frequently in* aanlty. If relief 1» n« t ol.tainid. yen nlMMdd apply tnuiiiidlfct* ly, either in piraon^flll brief* ter, and Lave a i ure • He. t«'iff bin new and iclentifl* ini 'l< f treating thi* •lisiaw. ahtrli never fail* of t iTc.tJii,, Z. quick and radiraltttta. Cured at Home. Perwon* at a^/ili*ta>'M *• nm l» fl'IlKD AT HUMK. by itddfrraaiM' n b ib r t* I It <iinDf»YS. caw •ymp*' n*. b i gib f time t>«dia* es** bo- continue*!, and Lave locdlcloe prompt ly forwurded, fr<»* from i’.n)i.-^'• and ir.ri<wltj, t<> any pait of the country, with full and plain direction* for tine. Ity iiu loaiju; Ten I‘oiler* enfn in a rrgiatrwi b lli i through the p. t t! *. ’r through'Vella, Fargo K (*<■>., a package •! mtdicin* will te I forwarded I • any j-art of the Vnion. Perm>n* writing to the Ihvtor will atate the i:m < , t tht ju.per they aee tkl* *4% vertixeuu . t in. All eoiiiiiiunicatii t * *trb t’y < < i ftdoitial. Addren- 1>K -I F. 01 It MW* Box I09T, San FriiOciac«,OaUfo»tBi DR. SPINNEY & CO., >o. II Kearny Mreel, 'I'KKAT AIL CIiaONIC AND SPECIAL J Disease*. YOITN-a UVlEJIsT Who nmy be sufft ring from the effect*of j ful folios «*r i odist r. lions will do well to avail themselves of this, tlie greatest Ims»ii rvrr W* i atthef*« t of sufT* ring humanity. l>r SplB ney will gun rant* e to forfeit rtve hundred «h»h lar* l*>r every csM-of weakness or private esse of any kind e-r e hara* ter which he uader takes uml fulls to cure. MIDDLE-AGED MEN. There ere many at the age of thirty to ajity wh" nr* troubled with too frequent evacuation of the bladder, often accompanied by •«<?« smarting or burning ►» uvatie n, and a weaken* lug of the system in a manner the patient can m*4 account for. On examining the nrlMff deposits a ropy seelum nt will often be h>und, and sometimes small particle* of albumen will appear, or the color will be of a thin nmW» l ie. again changing to a dark and torpid »P* p« arunce. There are many men who die™ I this difficulty, ignorant of the cause, which » i the second stage of s< u.tusl we akness. I>r. | will guarantee a ) < rfu tcure iu all such ca»r*, and a healthy restoration of the gcnlto-urlnafy organa. Office Hours—10 to 4 and 6 to H. ftranJ* from 10 to II a. m. Consultation free, ikor* ough examination ami mhlrf.f>, Call or addre ss Dlt. RPINNKY k CO., No. 11 Kearny Ht., Hnu Frauciaca* CHINESE CURES! . DR. MEN LEE, The Celebrated Chinese Physician, IH PREFAB,)!) TO TREAT PATIENT* W tlie most scientific manner. He has “**“ medicine hi* lifetime study, and cure* alm°* every disease. He cures rheumatism *n • short time. He lias new remedies for ** HPEOIAL DIHEA8E8. and can cure them very quickly. His medicines sre nil given hot. n uses no eold remedies. He 1ms made a of astonishing cures, ami all persons ailing should st once crmsult him. Chronic yield readily to his remedies, ami cures wner* many others have failed. NOTICE—I am a in-artuate of •!>* n,<K,lf,t School of Canton. , OFFICE—lied Building, »«• »W* of ' •tract. 'r\ tf_ NOTICE! To the Public: MU. CHA1II.EH B. MACK IS NO EONOEB connect'd with the umlrridgucd »■»; buteber .hop oil Ruhy Hill. »ud herwdwr* will conduet the business in person. « is authorized to contract debts or collect for urn after this date. THE BEST -or ALL KINDS OF MEATS Will be kept constantly on hand, and a"har«« public patronage is respectfully *oliciteel. THOMAS J.JENKJJ Eureka, February 12, 1K7». 1,H Dissolution. XTOTIC* IS HKItEBT GIVEN "2 copartnership heretofore eri|'tlnK ^ Menu k Go.. in the restaurant bus J, Pslsc* Saloon building, i. di.iiolved byni ^ consent of the partle.. All debts old Ann will be paid by O. Gicotnalla. “ debt* due to the Arm must twpidd^to g.oicomaixa. Eureka, February 12,1 TO. flbH *“