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ATTORNEYS AT LAW. C. J. LAKSIVG, A TTAMKY AT LAW. OFFICE I> /V Odd Fallow. Building. oret Walla. Fargo • Oo‘« KlpTMB Office Eureka. May X). 1HT«. mylltl F.w. soul* a. n. muaom. HXLLBOVSE * COLE, A TNUin AT LAW. irlUA, A Nerada. Loom. I and 1, Odd Fallow. Salldtag_ ». H. HAEMOV, A mtllT AT LAW. •FFir* A ll tka Aaaeoaur'. o«re, in tka Court A. L. FITZGERALD, A TTORSET AT LAW, AND W» A tmr DISTRICT attorney o«<» fiooaa 1 and !. Odd Fallow.' Building, Eu rekm, Nevada. _ JOHV T. BAKER, A TTSBFEY AT LAW. •FFICF. IN A Hyland. Block. Bateman .treat. Eureka Particular attention gi-reu to tka acquiring of of Rtieo to Goranunrut land.._ 0X0. W. MERRILL, A rrtBicT at law. wiOTiinr A Attorney for Eureka County, and Votary Office tn tha Court How« Building. tuiMDit nouRtn. non. mum, WREM a TH0RMT0M, A TTMNEYS AT LAW WAIN A atreet, Eureka. N'rrwla. GOTO. W. BAKER, A TTDWNBT AT LAW AND NOT A A, ry Public. Office in Dick Hyland a Brick Building. Bui—l street. Eureka. Nevada. LASFETRE A BEATTY, 1 ttwbnktb and CSI NIEIAM A at Law. Office in Hyland’a Brick Build fmg Bateman street, oppeeite the Jaeksen lauaa. Eureka. Nevada. A. B. HTJVT, Attonnet and cvrniLsi a* Law, 109 Montgomery atreet, Roonu ad 66, Nevada Block, San Francisco, Cali fornla. PHT8ICIAK8. S. h. LEE. ~ A. C. BISHOP. BISHOP ft LEE, PHYSICIANS AND SCRGEONS. Office, one door south of Hiram Johnson's, an Sain street. Eureka. BE. 0. H. THOMA. PHYSICIAN AND SCRGEON. OP. Ac# in Monaco’* building, South Main all eat. DR. L. B. JOSEPH, DHYIICIAN AND SCRGEON. X Office st tbs residence of Mr. T. Wethered, Professional cells received st any hoar. DE J. R. H. OWEN, PHYSICIAN AND SCRGEON EC reks. Nevada. Office in Clark’s Building, corner of Main and Clark streets. J. A. NESBITT, M.D..C. M. Office-cosmopolitan hotel, sooth . Main street. Eureka, Nevada. DR JAMES WILLIAMS, PHYSICIAN AND SCRGEON. OP. Ac* at the Jackson Hotel. Eureka. -—-- I DR. E. THIELE, PHYSICIAN Sl’RGEON AND OB mtTaicuis. Office—89 Main street. Of tee hours : * to 10 a. u. and 9 to 4 r. n. KB DE. E. B. DE LAMATY1L Hgmeopathist.-oppice and residence vreet aide of Spring street, sear Star Brewery. Office hours : 8 to 10 s. u.; 9 to 4 and 7 to 9 r. m. DR. X. ROCKMAN, PMTSICIAI AND NIBUEOX. Office in Yanderleith's Building, up stairs, 'two doors north of Paxton k Go’s, Main street. myt-tf PROFESSIONAL CARDS. C. HAMILTON, D. D. 8., TkEMTIBT. ROODS. Bl'EtpaES XJ Street, in rear of the Jackn n*H3HL THOMAS J. READ, nmi ENGINEER AND C. S, DEP vy nty Mineral Surveyor. Office la Byland’s Brick Building, on the corner of Bateman and Baal streets, up stairs. . C. M. BENNETT, Architect and Builder. OFFICE ON SPRING STREET, OPPOSITE the old Opera Honae. Eureka. May 1,1879. my2-tf LUMBER AND SHINGLES. ISBCKA AND CALIFORNIA LUMBER COMPANY. ■oath Mata Street. Xjrada. MBTARA AND CALIFORNIA XjTJ2wd; B E E,, Of all kinds. Bedwaad. Oregon and Sugar Plus MINING TIMBERS 1 * BUILDING LUMBER! A aaaaplaSs aaaortreant of Ciaar and Dreaaod Laaaber, Flooring, Biding, Rustic, and L othar sty Isa of Siding. Moulding, Laths, Shingles, Doors, Bash and BHnda, ate., always on hand. ■W Everything at iht Lowest Cook *Jal**‘ EdC.LM. B. B. Da La Mattb. 0. R. Da La Mattb LUMBER. Paul St., head of Clark. TERMS CASH. W1 WELL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND kind, of Lawhar, dressed and on Flooring, Mouldings, Ceiling, Windows, Pickets, Doors, Shingles, Blinds, HTO„ ETC. C-R.DeLa Matyr A Co Dtreha, January 30,1S7S.JanSltf SIN PBlUIO HOUSE, •ter Use New York Stare TNUBNI8HED BOOMS, AND SPRING BEDS, fcaae”*1 *aUnlgh<> C*nt"',ot P"*<»» s^open all night,H. BEARER JGM PRINTING, DF ALL DR aeriptlon», executed with naatuaaa ml •aapolcb at th Ssaruai. ODre FBPfTRfO._ T * 1 EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL JOB PRINTINCa ESTABLISHMENT, Bt’EL STREET, ECEEKA, MET. 3 LECTION TICKETS, LETTER BEAKS, LEKAL BLANKS, ALL KINDS OF CARD WORK, MIXING STOCK CERTIFICATES, ELECTION OR THEATRICAL ;P08TBR8i; DODGERS, FLYERS, PROGRAMMED, CIRCULARS, BALL TICKETS, WEDDING CARDS, BUSINESS CARDS, LABELS, TAGS, ETC. Printing, In Colors, Printing, Plain or Pansy, Printing In A 1 Stylo. PRINTING DONE TO ORDER, WITH NEATNESS AND OISPATCH. —r*OH TD— Most Reasonable Terms |un> AT IB LOWEST CASH RATE 1UBEKA DAILY SEHTDIEL IS A FIRST-CLASS •DAILY PAPER, And la thoroaghly Idantlilad with tha bait in taraata of tha aoaatry, and all alaaaaa at tha paoyla, tram tha KIXK1. or tha MECHAKIC, ta tha MERCHANT ar BABUR. It glraa tha LATMT BBWB, both talagrayhla and ofearwlaa. from all aaa tlona of tha world. Everybody Reads It! THB EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL IB DELIVERED BT CARRIEB8 Throoghoat Baraka and Baby Bill, and la foniahad by aganta In all localitlaa la Baatarn Barada. It la aaat by mall to all yarta of tha oeonhy and tha world. p 11 EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL (S8TABU8HKD I» IT’D, b pcUliM nary morning axeapt Monday aad ib bicmbUoa b tba moat ganeral aad •xtanalra among mining aad baabaaa Mill. famtUaa, ate., Ihrongbont laatara Harada, aad abo la all tba Pacli. Coast StaUa aad TanrlUriaa, wblcb rem dara it tba baat aad *mmr irnmn n»m —roa— MINING. BUSINESS ANO ALL OTHER advertising. No One la Folly PoBted,or Dp. to the Times, WHO DOBS!MOT READ THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL BUHXBM mg, PBOrasaMXAI. KB, FBACTIOAI, MB, Ara n^aatfally lantad ta a aarafni inspection aad eittteba of oar ADVERTISING COLUMNS. A. SKUXXAX. 8*0. W. CASSIDY CASSIDY A SKILURAN, Proprietors, SALOONS. riLlCI S1L80N. ITP STAIRS nr H. VORBERG 8 BUILDING, ■All STREET. THE CHOICEST BRAXPS OF WIRES, LIQUORS ARD CIGARS. fml and billiards. Elegantly Furnished Club Rooms. RTTHER CLARK k CO., Pn p n Eureka, Jun* IT, 11*79. jela-tf MENDES’ “TIGER” SALOON. THK LABfiEkT IX IETAWA. IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS. THE BEST BRANDS OF WIRES, LIQUORS ARO CIGARS. A FULL BAND OF MUSIC In attendance ever? evening. JOE MENDES, Proprietor. Eureka, Mbj 17. 1«79. snylS-tf JM PERRV S SiLOOV. -CORKER or Main and Bateman Streets EUREKA, NEV. -TEE CHOICEST Wines, Liquors and Cigars Obtainable in the San Francisco market con stantly on hand. Eureka, August 10,1378. mnlO-tf TMCKEE SI LOOS, Mo. 44 Korth Slain Street, EUREKA. SET. CASK HE PROVOST, WEST*. rpHE CHOICEST BRANDS OF Wines, Liquors and Cigars Procurable in the San Francisco market, con stantly on hand. Give me a call. C. PROVOST. Eureka, May 9, 1379. mylQ-tf HXXKY Jfar. F. M. BOTHAJU HENRY MAU i CO., PROPRIETORS OF SIN FRANCISCO BREWERY, Corner of Main and Gold Street*. -o The premises are the largest in Eastern Neveda, and a new and well-ap pointed Saloon has be*n elegantly finished. The very beet brands of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS Are provided. We have constantly on hand 23 23 23 23. , By the barrel, keg. gallon and glass. Eureka, June 1,1879. jel-tf SAN FRANCISCO. Largest Music House on the Coast. Pacific Coast Agents for the Celebrated WE B E R. 3? I -A. XnT OS —AXD— Estey Organs. Manufacturers of the SHERMAN A HYDE PIANO! For Brass Instruments, j SHEET MUSIC, And everything in the Music Line, address SHEBMAN, HYDE & CO., SAN FRANCISCO. - Piano* and Organs Sold on Easy Terms. Sheet Ma.!c Depot at ■errii H. Joseph's Golden Bale 723-U (More. Rareka. CALISHER BROS. NEWS AGENTS And Draiara in FANCY GOODS OF ALL KINDS, BLANK BOOKS, SCHOOL BOOKS. NOTE AND LETTER PAPER, FANCY PAPETF.IES, STATIONERY, TOY'S, CUTLERY, SHEET MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. —Also— Nereis. Easton Pictorials and Magarines al ways on hsnd. Subscription* received for any ©f the San Francisco Dailies or Weeklies. Agent* for the Virginia “ Enterprise ” and “Chronicle.” fETRemember the place— CALISHER BROS. 19 Main street. Eureka, January 7.1879. jan$tf IT IS ADVISED BY ALL MEDICAL MEN, THAT NO FAMILY SHOULD EE WITHOUT SIMMONDS’ NABOB WHISKY, That excellent STIMULANT in casee of Weak ness or any kind of Illness. I* la tk* BEST and 1*TRUST WHIN. ST In Ike Market. S.T ti1 Dra8S>'L> and Grortra Lj the s^aso srgsa: ■“*of w. H. 8TOWELL, SOL* AGENT FOR EUREKA COUNTY N. S. TROWBRIDGE. SOLE AGENT FOR TYBO. ▼hare tha Trade can be .applied at the SAME FRIOE AND TEEMS « frem the jn San Francisco. take notice. Notice is hereby oiven, thatch® the ordinance fixing a tax on all dogs within the corporate limits of the—** ™V8t ** complied with on and afftor MONDAY, July 14th. All dogs not tagged by the time named will be proceeded against aa provided in aaid ordinance. _ w . ,«l?^rTHEW KYLE, Sheriff. Eureka, July 12.1879. jylS-tf BREWERIES AND SALOONS, NOW READY FOR THE TRADE ! H. V OR BERG, * PROPRIETOR OF THE C. P. BREWERY, CAOMMESCED TO-DAY TO SELL BEER J of hi* own manufacture. Light faltrnl Brer. Ylrnn» Style, 50 On I* per tallaa. (nlnbarher Beer. SOfenls per «»1 Ion by the lies. Both tln-Js of the .bore nam'd Beer ARE OS TAP at the C. P. B«E» EBT. Main street, ard all lovers of a food gla*» °( made in the Old Country style, are invites! to call and teat its qnalitv. H VORBEBO. Proprietor. Eureka, June IS. 1*T». .**!*-** Great Attraction! STAR BREWERY SCHilDT £ RENDES, PROP’S. •••HE STAR BREWT.KT IS SOW OPES I ami the bnsir.es, will be conducted in the same manner ai Joe V-ndes* Tiger Saloon ia kej.1 on Main atrc».t. with Good Liquors, Music, Attentive Waiter Girls. Bee; LAGER BEER in the State, Sold at 50 Cts. per Gallon, At Wholesale. By strict attention to bn,inc«e. we hope to merit a fair share of the public patronage. JOE HENDE9. CASFF.R SCHMIDT. I Eureka June 2. lfc?9. je3-tf t'jtf Abll»tie:l..i$70. C. P. BREWERY. H. VORBERG. Proprietor. Having taken the helm again at the abovr- estaMishmeat. I wish loan counce to wt old friends and the public that the same shall be CONDUCTED AS OF OLD. 33 El 33 Jbt , By the Barrel, Keg. G alien and Glass. WIKEB, LjIQUOFIS —Axr— CIGARS, Of the best qualitT only, constantly on hand. H. VORBERG. Eureka, Jun* 4.1ST?. je5-tf 50 Gsnts Per Gelloi —roii— 33—33—313—JEb—l -AT THE HENRY IMAU & CO. Have reduced the price of beer, by the k«*t to FIFTY CENTS PER GALLON ! Eureka, June 6, 1879. jeT-tf i TIIAYELEIiS’ GUIDE. j EUREKA AND PALISADE IR/Am^O-A-ID STEW Ar.BA5GE»E!mt On and after November 5th, 1877, -A. FAST TPtA-IIM WILL RUN FOB Pawicuger*. 32ail«, and Express ONLY, AND WILL Leave Eureka daily at.5 JO a. x. Arrive at Palisade at.10.00 a. x. Making connection with East and Heat Bound Trains of the Central Paciflc Railroad. RETURNING: Leav* Paliaade daily at.4.-00 p. x. Arrive at Eureka at.8 JO p. x. ; j Freight and Aeeoiuuiodation Train: Leaves Eureka daily at.6:00 a. x. ; Arrive at Palisade at.3:15 p. x. Leaves Palisade daily at.7:15 a. X. | Arrives at Eureka at.540 p. x. THE COMPANY WILL DELIVER FREIGHT AT HAMILTON, HARD, PICKHE, TV BO, BELMONT, And all point* by it* taanti, with care and dispatch, sad at the lowest rate*. P. EVERTS, General Hnp't. EDEEKA, HAMILTON AND PIOCHE STAG EJSllSS LINE! GILMER A SALISBURY, Propr't. ('lONNECTINO WITH THE EUREKA AND J Palisade Railroad. Leaves Eureka for HAMILTON, WARD and PIOCHE, Every morning, at 7 o’clock. Leave# Piochef-.r Ward, Hamilton and Eureka every day, at 7 o’clock a. m. Carrying U. 8. Mail and Welle, Fargo k Co’fe Express. Fine American horses and new Con coni coaches. Fare to Hamilton and return, round trip, TWELVE DOLLARS. Office at Wells. Fargo k Co’a. my1l2 District Court Order. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH Judicial District. State of Nevada, in and fer Eureka Countv. in the matter of the estate of P. P. BUDD, deceased. It appearing to the Court, by the petition presented and filed by D. B. Budd. the Admin istrator of the estate of P. I*. Budd, deceased, praying for an order to sell the real estate at private sale, and that it i* for the best interest of the estate to sell the same: It is therefore ordered by the Court, that all persons interested in said estate appear before the said District Court on WEDNESDAY, the 30th day of July, A. D. 1*70. at 10 o’clock in the forenoon of said day, at the Cooxi-room of said District Court, in the town and county of Eu reka. Nevada, to show cause why an order should not be granted to the said Administrator to sell all the real estate of deceased at private sale, and that a copy of this order be published at least four successive weeks in the Eureka 8extinel, a newspaper printed and published in said town and county of Eureka. HENRY RIVES. District Judge. C. J. Lansing. Att*v for Administrator. Dated Eureka, Nevada, June 21, A. D. 1879. Je33-30d DELDiQCESy._ Delinquent Sale Notice, » PAMS HILL COSSOLIPATEP MIXING \ COMPANY Loc»Uo« of pri»cip.l plar* it Mam, San Fram isi-o. Calif'n\l* I^» tion at nrki. Eurtta Minin* Putnci. EnreAa coantr Nevada. .. . ,„i Notice-There are delinquent upon the fol lowing described atock, oa account of ** a-fd No. 10). levied oa the 19th day of May. 1879. the several amount* *e» opposite the names of the respective shareholder*, aa fol low# : No. >o Naire*. Cert’s. Share*. Am t. An.tin H.1H* *> * ! SJ CnotUll w a. trn.«e»..H00 » * “ CrandaUWO. t™«w..lM 30 3 "0 Crandall w G. trn.tr. .1554 10 Cahill E k Co, trust,,*. .1543 » * ™ Cope, t'kler k Co, trua. .164-1 MO 10 rJJ Dougherty B.1751 *» J® Daley & Hawkins, true. .1782 100 10 00 Dewey E E. trustee.1724 JO 6 TO Dewey E E. trustee.1772 50 Fisher E. trustee.1934 50 J ®0 Fisher E. trustee....-1653 TO Fisher E, trustee.1654 50 5 TO Fh*ber B. trustee.1670 100 10 00 Fern William.1146 105 10 50 Follansbee J 8,trustee.. 1341 50 5 TO F liausbee J 8. trustee. .1342 90 5 TO l» Vdard GeorgeH. trus.ITtO 200 20 00 Hurd Mrs Jane. 795 * „ JJ Hutchinson John, tro*. .1755 200 20 TO Huffman II. trustee.i:JTO 200 » TO Hoffman H. trustee.1518 40 4 TO Hoffman H, trustee.15-2 10 Hale. Page k Wilson, trs 1487 1TO 10 TO Hooker B C, trustee... .1530 50 6 00 HtH.ker R C, trustee.1551 50 5 00 Henderscn John.1784 250 25 00 i Ives George I. trustee...ICO! TO Ives George I. trustee..16**3 25 2 50 Ives George I. trustee..1639 20 2 00 ! Ives Georg* I, trustee. .1640 5 50 Ives George I. trustee..1647 1*0 10 00 Ives George I, trustee . .1048 K*0 10 00 Ives George 1. trustee. 1649 100 10 00 Ives George I, trustee. .1650 100 10 00 MFiler F...1 136 50 6 00 Moran John, trustee.... 1744 1TO 10 TO 5F ran J<*bn. trust-e... .1745 100 10 00 Moran John, trustee-1746 100 10 00 Moran John, trustee-1747 100 10 00 M<>ran John, trustee-1743 100 10 TO M ran John, trustee-1749 1TO 10 00 Moran John, trustee-175ft 100 10 TO Powell JC .1265 1«> 10 00 Powell JC.1266 lt>0 10 TO p. well JC..1514 100 10 TO Powell J C.1374 100 10 00 P<.wel! JC . 1375 ICO JO TO Powell J C...1376 1TO 10 60 Piatt B C. trustee.1715 50 5 00 Piatt E C. trustee.1716 25 2 TO Richard*-n E A, trustee. 21*9 100 10 TO Richardson E A, trustee, 713 500 30 TO Rich&ri> u EA, trustee.1145 1TO 10 00 Richardson E A, trustee.1212 TOO TO 00 Richardson K A. trustee. 1410 100 10 00 Richardson E A. trustee, 1679 100 R;< harden E A, trustee,1700 100 10 00 F/'«p L S. trustee. 10 1 TO j Reeve* C F. trustee.1637 1TO 10 TO Reeve* C F. trustee.1638 100 10 00 | ReevesC F. trueUw.P 59 50 5 00 Sparrow S J. trustee— '-^i TO 5 00 i. Sleepier George, trustee. 1021 50 8 00 Schmtedell Henrr, trus. 579 50 5 00 Severance Mrs COP ... 794 10 1 00 S mi lev Thomas J L, tr. .1202 £0 5 00 Starkweather J B.1752 25 2 50 White l*H, trustee.1377 100 10 00 And in ac - rdanee with law. *nd an order of the Board of Director*, made on the nineteenth day t i May. 1*79. so many share* of each Barer 1 of such stock as may be necessary, will be sold at public auction, at the offic e of the Company, R«*»iu 4 No. 4>'l California street, San Francisco, California, on Tneaday, the 226 Dny of July. IS79. At the hour of 2o’cIock p. m., of said day, to pay said delinquent assessment thereon, to other with costs of advertising and expenses of the sale. DAVID A JENNINGS, Secretary. Office—Ro !u 4, No. <01 California street. San Francisco, Calfornia. jy6td MEDICAL. TO THE UNFORTUNATE. New Remedies! New Remedies!! DK. GIBBON S DISI'ENSABY, C23 KEARNY street, corner cl Commercial. 8 a o Francisco,California Private entrance on > Commercial strict. ' Established in for the treatment of I Sexual and Seminal 1 l>i<-e*sea.fio.> h as lion Borrhcea, Gleet, Stru t. Sure. Syphilis in all ^its forma, Semins) Weakness, Impotent? .::etc.. etc. Skin di$ ea*<$ oi year* »»Tanning, ana cxceraua ugs, et*u--c***fnlly treated. DR. GIBBON ha* the pleasure of announcing that he ha* returned from visiting tfca princi pal hospitals of Europe, tnd has resumed practice. The Doctor has apare-l neither tima nor money in seeking out new remedies, and bn* returned with increased facilities tor the alle viation of human suffering. Seminal Weakness. Seminal emission is tbe consequence of self abese. This solitary vice, or depraved sexual indulgence, is practiced by the youth of both sexes to an almost unlimited extent, producing with unerring certainty the following train of morbid nymptons, unless com bated by scientific medical measure*, viz.: Sallow countenance, dark spot* under the eyes, pain in the head, ringing in the ears, noise like the rustling of leaver or rattling of chariots, uneasiness about the join*, weakness of the limbs, confused vision, blunted intellect, loss of confidence, diffidence in approaching strangers,* dislike to form new acquaintances, a disposition to shun society, loss of memory, pimples and various eruptions al*>ut the face, hectic flushes, furred tongue, feetid breath, coughs, consumption, night sweats, monomania, and frequently in sanity. If relief be not obtained, you should appiv immediately, either in person or by let ter, and have a cure effected by his new and scientific mode of treating this disease, which never fails of effecting a quick and radical cure. Cured at Home. Persons at a distance may be CURED AT HOME, by addressing a letter to DR. GIBBON, stating case svraptona. length cf time the dis ease has continued, and have medicine prompt ly forwarded, free from damage and curiosity, to any part of the country, with full and plain direction* for use. By inclosing Ten Dollars coin in a registered letter through the Ptmtoflice, or through Wells, Fargo A Co., a package of medicine will be forwarded to any part of the Union. Persons writing to the Doctor will please stab- the name of the paper they see this ad vertisement in. All communications strictly confidential. Address DR. J. F. GIBBON. Box 1957. Ban Francisco, California. DR. SPINNEY & CO., Mo. 11 lieariij Klreet, f |'BEAT ALL CHRONIC AND SPECIAL J Diseases. •^roxjnsro- ivieint Who mar be Buffering from the effects of youth ful follies or indiacretiona will do well to avail themselves of this, the greatest boon over laid at the feet of suffering humanity. Dr. Spin ney will guarantee to forfeit five hundred dol lars for every rase of weakness or private dis ease of any kind or character which he under takes and fails to core. MIDDLE-AGED MEN. There are many at the age of thirty to sixty who are troubled with too frequent evacuation of the bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or burning sensation, and a weaken ing of the system in a manner the patient can not account for. On examining the urinary deposit* a ropy sediment will often be found, and sometime* small particles of albumen will appear, or the color will be of a thin milkish hue. again changing to a dark and torpid ap pearance. There are many ineu who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the cause, which is the second stage of seminal weakness. Dr. 8. will guarantee a perfect cure in all such cases, and a healthy restoration of the genito-urinary organs. Office Honrs—10 to 4 and 0 to 8. Sunday* from 10 to 11 a. m. Consultation free. Thor ough examination *nd advice, $fi. Call or addres* DR. SPINNEY k CO., No. 11 Kearny St., San Francisco. j C HI NESECURES ! DR. MEN LEE, The Celebrated Chinese Physician, IS PREPARED TO TREAT PATIENTS IN the most scientific manner. He has made medicine his lifetime study, and cures almost every diseasa. He cures rheumatism in a short time. He has new remedies for all SPECIAL DISEASES, and can cura them very quickly. His medicines are all given hot. Ue uses no cold remedies. He has made a number of astonishing cures, and all persona ailing should at once comsult him. Chronic diseases field readily to hi* remedies, and cures where many others have failed. NOTICE—I am a graduate of the medical School of Canton. OFFICE—Red Building, west side of Monroe •troet. jel tf WANTED. At the phevix mine, sno corps or good MAHOGANY WOOD. I WM. ARRINGTON. Superintendent. Eureka, June 12,1879. jelS-tf applications fob patent. APPm’ATIO* i'OK A PATt.ST TnTHF LASTF.BS MINE.—So. 81,—United hu" . I.ul ortU Eureka, N.v.d., Juuo 2a iw^XotUe 1. Iierfbr gl»«j. ‘b.t th* At uLtic .ml P.cifl<* Touuel .nd Mim™ Omni,. ’<kw poatofli. r .ddrf.,* 1* Eur»kfc d» have till. d»j B.«t tlielr »ppUcaU«n fora natant for fonrtten hundred linear (Ml of tin* Lantern mine or vain ln-artn«ail>, r. with anr flH”lS»und t»•' hnntln d feet In width. «itllale, lying and bein': In Eur* ka Alining District, County of Eureka and Sti.te of Ne vada, and known Mid designated by the field notea and official plat on fib- in this office M Lot No. 1«3. The exterior boundaries of said Lot No. 1*«> being as followa, to wit: Variation, 16* de grees east. Beginning at a post tucked No. 1, I* d Survey No. J«3, waence Iiuby Hill No. 1 bears N Id .6 m. E., 13.871 feet; post on promi nent rock marked l*. «• monument No. 4 bear a S 1 dec. 11 min. W.. 3,873 feet ; a spruce pine tree, three feet in diameter, ■tending at the mouth of the Excelsior tunnel, bears N. <.3 deg. 32 min E.. 4% feet: and the cenu r of the top of the Lantern incline bears N. 14 * deg. w ., 714 feet; thence, running 1st course B. 85deg. W 200 feet, to post marked No. 2, U. S. Bur vev No. 183; thence, 2d course N. 5 deg W., 1 400 feet, to post marked No. 3, l 8. Hurvey No. 183. thence, 3d course N. 85 deg. K., 200 feet, to poat marked No. 4, U. B. Survey No. 183- ami thence, 4th course H. 6 deg. E., 6u7 feet to the north* rn boundary of l. S. Survey No. 145, Gas Lu ht lode, whence No. 1 of said Gas Light survey hears N.*7* deg. W. 16 5-10 feet. 1.262 2 10 Get, to southern boundary of said l\ S. Survey No. 145, whence post N. 4 of said Gas Li^ht survey bears N. 87 H deg. W. y» 5-10 feet, 1,4(0 feet, to post No. 1, the place of beginning. Ho much of said U. S. Survey No. *i' . Gas Light lode, as confix ts with this survey, is hereby excluded Said conflict is described as follow*. to wit- Begin ning at Post No. 1 of said Gas Li:;ht survey, and running thence 1st course 8. 87* d» g. E. 16 5-10 feet; thence,2d c use B. 5 deg 8 . C'*5 2-10 feet, thenc, 3d course N. s7 % tie;.*. W., 05 £-10 feet, to post No. 4 of said Gas Light survey; and thence, 4th course N'. 2* d< g E , GO© feet, to the place of beginning; which tract being excluded fr« m this survey, leaves remaining from this survey five 65*100 acres. 'Ihla <“laim Is bounded on the south by the Welsh King mine, and ami on the east by the G-** ht mine. The location of this mins is duly re corded in tfie Recorder's Office of Eureka Min izur District, in Ih <*k D, p«g* 114. Any and ail persons claiming adversely any portion of said Lantern mine, * r surd mining ground as her* - ml»efore ties-, id bed, are required to file their adverse claim with the Register f t the l nited States Land Offic e, at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during tl.e fcixty days period of puhli* cxtt*‘n hereof, or th* j will be barred by virtu* ef the provisions < f the statute. ju.-y-GOd JAS. McMARTlN. Register. application i ok a patient mo THE WELSH KING MINE-NO. 518.— X United Stater* Laml Office, Eureka, N v.. June 28, Notive is hereby given, that the Atlantic and Pacific Tunnel and Mir. . Company, whose Postuffice iridrcM Is Etm U, Nevada, have this day filed their _ application for a patent fore ght hundred He* *r feet of the Walsh King lain* < r vein. I* ring ailvir. with surface pr und two hvmdn 1 f- • 1 a width. Situate, lyi: and being in Kurd » Min ing DiatrH t, county of Eureka and state of Ne vada. and known an 1 designated by the fi» Id notes and official plat on file in tin* office k» Lot No. 184. The exterior t* undartea of art id Lot N >. 184 bein'as follow*, to wit: V ariation | b.v. degrees *tst. F» : i:-t • *^wt n.i.rh« 1 No. 1, U S Survey No. 14, ti * ea( *»g port | No. 1, r. ti. Survey No. 183, La.. :n l de. ; whence Buby Hill No. I bests N. 1 dg. Sm. F. , j 1:>,»T1 feet ; po't on i r'imnent rx k marked U. j S. monument No. 4. bears N. 1 th g. II bjIb.W , i 3,872 feet; sprue® tree, three teitin diameter, standing at the mouth of Ext: 1m. r tunnel, bears N 63 deg. 32 min. K. 4H» i , * t ; sr.d th* center *»f the top of tbeWi IsbKlng tncp: e bear* S. 10 deg. \V\, 4-8 fret; thence, rum i: p. ftr*t course 8 5dg E..80C ft. t- post mark* d No. 2 U. 8. Survey No. 1H4; thine*'. S ■ n*4 < ijr.-e H. 83 dag. W.. 200 fret, to postmarked No 3 r. S. Survey No. 1*4; theme, thud courts N. 5 <i*,\ W., 8 feet, to post marked No. 4 l'. 8. t urv* y No. 184. the same !*ing post N. 2 of asid sur vey No 189; and thence, 4th course N.hSdeg. E., UtoC fact, to pest No. 1. the place «-f begin ning, containing three 67-100 at n - This i lalm is bounded on the north ly the Lantern. The location of this mine is duly recorded in the Recorder's Office of Eureka Mining Di*tr-< t, I in Book D. page 282. Any and all per* n« J claiming adversely any p« r»: u. of eaid Welch i King mine or said mining gr> :;nd. as to :• - lube fora described, *.re required t" hie ! their adverse claim with the b< star of t! • United States Laud Office, at Eureka, in thi State of Nevada, during the sixty <h yk period of publication hereof. or they will if barred by virtue of the pr .yim<,i.- of t‘ . j tutut*-. . je29-€Od JAS. McMAKTIN, Repi.-ter. AP2I.il A I ION FOB A PAT EXT fJIO THE SAGE BRUSH MINE NO. 514.— X United States Lend Office, Fnrt-ks, Ne vada. June 28. 1173.—Notice :* hi r* > y given that the Atlantic and Pa« ihc Tuiuti 1 .* Mining Company, whose Poatofiice address i* Fur< 1 t, Nevada, have this day tiled their application for a patent for fifteen hundred Hi . ,ir f*ot»f the Sage Brush mine or ve.u. b--*rii g silver, with burfa-e rnnod two hundred t* * t in width, situate, lying and te iug in the 1 i.reka Mining District, cor.j'ty of Eim’ «. and State of Nevada, and hnowr. rind d« - t us.cd by ti e field not' .* mid ctfolal plat on f le iu this < f!f.« e a* lx)t No. 1.-3. The exterior bound: Ties of aaid Li t No. 186 being a* follows, to wit; Vari ation 1« S »bg. i*.-t IN feirning at a j»o: t marked No. 1. U. 8. Survey No. IMS, whence Ruby Hill No. 1 berm N. 1 deg. 48 u:lu J'., 14.364 fret; pi et cu prominent ruck, marl t-d t . 8. uionuna Lt No 4, Vnxr* N. 1 dig. 22 min K . 4,37)0 feet; a tprvtce pine tree, thr*«» fci t in di em* ter. standing at the n .<nth of tli*- l x (laior tunnel, bears N. 41 di g 37 min. east, 839 feet; post No. 2 (f U. 8. Survey No. Lantern lc)de, bear* N. 1 deg. :-2 min W., 4-’u feet; and tbe Sage Brush shaft bear* N. 16 deg. V* , f ? . feet; thence, running first course S. h.r> deg W , 200 feet, to post marked No. 2, U. S. Survey No. 185; thence 2d course N. 6 deg VV., 1,700 feet, to post markid No. 3 U. S. Survey No. 186; thence. 3*1 course N 86 deg E.. 2<0 feet, to poet marked No. 4. U. S. Survey No. 1*6; and them e. 4th CCBtM, 8. 5 deg. E . 1.600 frit, to poet No. !. the pJa ♦ of beginning, containing 6 Ki-Jco a* re*. Tbi* claim i* bounded on tiie north by tbe Republic, and <»s the « »*t l»> the Lantern and Welsh King mini*?*. The locution of this mine 1* duly recorded in the Recorder's Of fi<* of Lunka Mining District, iu Book D. page 281. Any and all person* claiming ad versely any portion of said Sage Brush mine, or said milling ground a* hereinbefore de scribed, arc required to tile their adverse claim wth the Register of the United States Land Office, at Eureka, in the State of N< vada, dur ing the sixty day# period of publication hereof, or th* v will I •* barred by virtue of the provis ions of the statute. je49-£Od JAS. McMAKTIN, Register. APPLICATION IOK A PATENT rj'OTHi EAST OAK I AND MINE. No. $15.~ JL United Stab » Land Office. Eureka, Nevada, June 28, 1*79. Notire is hereby given, that the Atlantic and Par ilk-Tunnel and Mining Com pany, whose poatoffice sit res* is Eureka, Ne vada. have this day filed their application for a patent for 679 6-10 linear f»* t of tl.« 1 ^Nt Oak land mine, or vein bearing silver, with surface ground 2C0 feet in width, situate, lying ami being in Eureka Mining District, C< nty of Eureka and State of Ni\adn. ami kxmwu and designated l»y the field notes and official plat on file in this office es 1 > t No 186. The exte rior boundaries of said Li t No. 166 being AM follows, to wit: Variation 16k degree - east. Beginning at a post n arked No. l, \ . H. Survey No. 186, the same lx iug pest No. 3 of U. 8. Survey No. 144, May Day Queen lode, whence Icuby Hill No. 1 bears N. 0 deg. 14 min. E , 13.999 feet; poet on prominent rock marked U. 8. monument No 4 bears N . 4 deg. 10 min. W., 4,04 S fr« t; ft Spruce pil e tree, three feet in diameter, ct the mouth of tlW Excelsior tun nel, bears N. 33 deg. 40 min. E.. 420 feet; and the mouth of the East Oakland tunnel lx arts 8. deg. W., 150 feet; thence, running 1st course K. ft deg. E.. 368 2-lt) feet. to tl:e muth ernboundary of U.8. Survey No. 142, Excel aior ai d Carlo Zeno lode, whence post No. 4 of said Excelsior sue Carlo Zeno survey bears N. 87H deg W 48 1-10 feet. 492 9-10 feet, to western boundary of U. 8. Survey No. 82, Fourth of July lode, whence poat N<>. 3 of said Fourth of July survey bears 8. lf»k deg. W. *18 3-10 feet. 679 6-10 feet, to post marked No. 2. U. 8. Survey No. 1*6 ; thence 2d courte N. 87 k d»g. V.'., 70 5-10 f*et, to western boundary of U. 8. Survey No. 82, whence post No. 3 « i said Fourth of July survey bears 8. 16)4 deg. W. 627 5-10 feet, 260 h-10 feet, to post marked No. 3. U. 8. Survey No. 186, the anme being post No. 2 of U. 8. Survey No. 184, Welsh King lode; thence, 3d course V 5 deg. W.. 679 6-10 feet, along the eastern boundary of said V. K. Survey No. 184, to post marked No. 4. 1.8. Survey No. 1*6; and tlrnce, 4th course S. 87 K deg. E. 200 8-10 feet, to post No. 1. the place of beginning. So much of U. 8. Survey No. 142, Excelsior ami Car!o Zeno lode, and No. 82. Fourth of July lode, as conflicts w ith this sur vey, are hereby excluded. Conflicts with V. 8. Survey No. 142. Excelsior and Carlo Zeno lode, beginning at post No. 4 of said Excelsior ami Carlo Zeno survey, end running thence 1st j course N. 2k deg. F„ 365 feet. thence, 2d course 8. 5 deg. E, 368 2-10 feet; and thence, ;id course N. 87 k deg. W , 48 1-10 feet, to the place of be ginning. Conflicts with V. 8. survey No. 82, Fourth of July lode: beginning at post No. 2 of this survey. No. 186. and running thence 1st course N. 87k deg. W. 70 5.10 feet; thence, 2d course N. 16k deg. W 190 8-10 feet; and thence, 3d course 8. 5 deg. F. 186 7-10 feet, to the place of beginning; which tract being excluded from this survey, leaves remaining two 75-100 acres. This claim is bounded on the north by the May Day Queen, on the west by the Welsh King, and on the esst by the Carlo Zetro aud Fourth of July. The location of this mine in duly recorded in the Recorder’s Office of Eure ka Mining District, in Book F. page 174. Any and all persons claim!jg adversely any portion of said East Oakland mint-, or said mining ground as hereinbefore described, are required to file their adverse claim with the Register of the United Rtate* Land Office, at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. JeK-COd JAB. Mt MARTIN, Register. APPLICATIONS FOR PATENT. APPLICATION TO THE SAN JOSE MINE.-NO TO iT? Land Office. Eur*i*. Nevada, ifavffi iJ* Notice is hereby given, that George W Cai2i * whuaa poatoffiea address ia Eureka ha* this day filed hie application f<» a nISfli for eight hundred linear feet of the g-Vj 1 mine, or vein, bearing siiv<r. with surf* ground two hundred feet in width RituJ!? lying and being in Euri ka Mining UnEE? county oi Eureka, and State of Nevada^ known and deal gut. ted by the field notes liJ official plat on file in this office as Lot No las Mount Diablo meridian. The exterior bound ariea of said Lot No. Ib'J being aa to wit: Variation Hi* deg. A Beginning ml a post marked No. 1, U. B. Survey Nn lL* w hence Bnbv Hill No. 1 bear* N. 4 deg 20 mt» W.. 9,414 feet. Post on prominent rock mark*! | U.8. monument No. 4 bear* H. 60 dec 11 nuTr w„ 1.2-1 feet, and the top of the Ban Joaa 2* cline bear* 8. SO deg. W.. 402 feet; then™ ning letfcourse 8. 16* deg. W. ill 2.10 leette the easern boundary of U. K. Hxirvey No im Excelsior lode, w hence post No. 2 of Raid hior survey bi ara S. 4* deg. W., 1*1 2.i0 f f 148 feet to northern boundary of U. 8. Kurvs* No. 167, Delaware lode, w hence post No 4 If ►aid Delaware survey bears K. 73* deg y JJ fee t, 276 2-10 feet to the southern houndarv !!# aaid V. H. Survey No. 181, Excelsior lods whence post No. 2 of said Excelsior surv*. bears H. K6* deg. E , 36 it.. 800 ft, topoatmuSa No. 2 H. Survey No 182; thence 2d ccmataY 73* deg. W. 133 feet, to the eastern .tounda!* of said tl. S. Survey No. 167, Dt-lawara whence post No. 2 of said Delaware «nm’ hoars H. 16* deg W., 140 feet, 200 feet to marked No 2 I'. 8. Survey No. 1*2; thencTu courae N. 10* deg. E. 136 4-10 fe«t, to the RootE ern boundary of tJ. 8. Survey No. l<»6, Madrid lode, whence poat No. 3 of said Madrid »nrv«« bear* N.. 80* deg, W. 1 7 10 ft., 800 ft., to marked No. 4. U. 8. Survey No. 182; and thence 4tli course s. 73* deg. I.., to feet, to the eut* ern boundary of raid United States Survey Number li . whence poat number 1 of said Maori'! survey Lears N. 3* deg. E.t 86C 7-10 feet, 175 9-10 feet to the eastern b< nudarj of Raid survey No. 1*1. Excelsior lod«, whence poKt No 1 of aaid Excelaiir survey bears N. 4* deg. E., 725 fret,200 -feet to post No. 1, the place "i 1 • glmtng. 80 much of V. s. Survey N 137 V* laware lotie. No. 166 Madrid lode and No. 181 Exr« 1 hior lour, as conflict* with this survey, arc hereby excluded. Said conflict* rre d« .-« rihed aa follows; Conflict with U. g Survey N<«. 157, Delaware lode, beginning at jMist No. 3 of said Delaware survey, and run u ; thence, Dt courses. 73* deg. E. 133feet' thence, 2d con ran S. lfl* deg. W.,' 662 feet' thci,. 3d courae N. 73* deg. W.. 133 feet- and' th. • c*. 4th - < nr** N. 16* deg. F... 662 feet, to Jhr- piace of begit:im:tr. Confli. t with U. B. s :cv y N" H *’. Madrid lode: beginning at poat No. 4 . 1 this survey No. 182, Hun Jose lode, and running thence, 1st course 8. 73* dtg. E. BO *cet: thence, 2d courst-S. 3* deg. W.t Jfll iMO feet; thence. 3d course N. 73* deg.W., 17 2-10 !►. t. t p«--t No 3 of said *»rv< v No. 157, Dela i w< r» lode; the ncc. 4tii ronm R. If * deg. W.« •r,i I 1*1" f- • t. the tree, 6th courae N. 86* deg.W ' j- s-HM -ct; and thence, 6th course N. 16* dee. ; }. .'*.4 <-10 fiit. t-> the place of beginning. C-Mb' t with U.B. Survey No. 181, Excelaior J"de: be;;ir nii g at a point on Ihe northern ! b-.nn.:*ry f tLia survey. No. 182, whence post '■•1 oi this aurv#y, No. 1V2. bear* S. 73* deg. I • • -4 1*10 /♦*?. Si .? niM.il g theme, 1st course S. 4!:. • « V. . ] •• ;o Del. thence, 2d course ^ \ \ Y '-’6f.it; thence, 3d coursa N 7 . ’ i-i. V ►-Jo fee t. them e, 4th coursa ^ : ■- <- E * i f*«t; »rd thence, 6th * "ree 8 : 1 125 0-10 fee t, to the Plica •f 14 - ’• v) h it seta being excluded lfn 1' leaves remaining two-tenth of tn a* re. Thi- 1 isini in 1 * utided « n the east by the ! ' '••w: r. mining claim, and on the west by t?i* T«. •!ild Kiinn.g • lafrn. Ti e location of D ^ »: * «s * ’ I> r< < < rdt d in the Recorder’s Office c<I i ri ba Mining Di.vtrii r., in Book D. page twenty oic. Any and all per ' ! ' pt oi ! »■«•' ' o 1 n-Si.e. or said n-inixg ground ns I-. r* ; j.? > ’< re .:< ■ r;l«(I. ri'jxnrcd to file ti • rt'lwM <■ 1 -.:; 11 with the Begisifr of the l l«d8trtt»> I I i • i t'tl.ie, at Run kn, in Ihe State « f N< vada. during tb< ixty days'period •4 j 1 t 1 i«ut. m lierexf 'r tl iv will be haired l y virtue of the provisb iiR <>i the statute. | D yjDJM D. D IMMED. Rtgiater. APPI.H'ATIOE I OK A PAT EXT rro THK CAR! fsl.E NO. 3 MINK.-No. 510. I I i ! t» cl Mate* Land OllVc, Eureka, Ne va.]*. June r>. ! J. Notice is hereby given, v: : t -I. I ’. Cecil. II B. Niil*ls, and John K. * • : • rl« Ik, tbetr >] i Jt( » 11, i t r -I ) i t f. r i'lt*. i: hundred linear feet . f th» «' •• .isle N- 'in.ii.. or vein t taring ail r. u .i.. rujlAce t r- i ».<’six hundred feet in u . *. !} . !»:. lii? in V bite Pine V • i ir h.■ i. t iiuy of V kite I'ine, ard m . . : Ncvi ..end Im v. i, end ileaijrnated by • • t . .:. u. t. - and * fl * is' plat t n f.le tu thi* i i . , - lot uusuIm r sixty mvii, in Tow nship j . ... . «; ■. of the M- unt Biablo i i‘. si. The •• iriu r him defies < f Mid lot rial i. 1*>X <! t. i\ tv.xu* t<> ng ht a post marked No. I, I . - , ;.t v• y N. . i 7. whence tie scethu cor ner » nunc n to sections 1- .«• d 13. T. 10. N. R. •. | -> d rcctn io* 7 ai d 8. T. K», N. R 58 ,1: i . M. 1>. leer* N . • deg. 17 in. F.,8.1*8 f ; . j - • ; i V ». t n the summit of j;, ; t n.. o. rl <!»«. K., 840 f,*!.: ; t Vo. 1 » f 1'. - Si.my So. M, )■ . • f , , r N. a: li. V. V . 8'0 fret ; and . i. . t . ,» »m e i v.nning 1» t * oi r^e S. ml* deg. 1.1 ., t. t<■ ] < t i ; rkf d No. 2 l*. S. Bur v - \ No. I? ; ih«: • « * d 4 • rise 8. ' V* deg W., f fr* t. to | i i-t :■ • . No 3 l . S. I Uivry No. ».7 tl 4 i .. Dd ce *• t •'t N » : ’ i4, W .l.rf l- feet, tl‘i 4 i I • rl i. \ . 8 8 rvey No. t7, and tbcncf, 4ii> 44 l : I I*. •* n • • I • 144) feet, to JM ft No. I. tl . place of 54 . il? vp, containing tv. Mv §■ t*B. Tl is c’tijn is hounded ■ n r * 11 ? « r * i o I \ • ry km mm i .'uln.ants; tho r . : I. t I T t :f i! . 1 . M • Carlisle No 1. ri ’ lorotic n .1 tl * i? ? if* dnly recorded m t; . lire. : ti '« « £.<•< f t Will I U.e MiningDis til, r. in I* ■ \ I. jn:« c.-g. Any »»-t all r«* 4 i * clalinl: g n;vMrc]y any |«-rvl»-u *f said Carlisle No 3 n ine. *>r -nd mining jrcioud •» hereiul*firi' «>*crilied, trv requind to file tbeir adverae • j*in» witii the Register of tai rutted State a L«:d Office. Mt Eureka, in the State 4>f Nevada, duiiuc ihc sixty dsyi «>f publication bftvof. or they will be r)*m« by virtue of tiie r.revision* cf ti e stutate. ;«6-f(>d 1). B. IMMF.L, Kegiatcr. API'I.II ATI4IK IOK A I’A TEST rro THE CK.lU AirrA NINE-340. Ml.-r. 1 h. Lend (111... id.riks. Ntv«,i«. June 14. 1<». N< t-. f. i« L*»ct.\ |r4\m. Hut the B«y Me*« s>|lwr > iUllij- l > Bi( »»y, »!-'« P “:i'» ed.lr.ee ia I'o.t. n, Mu..,, kav. th:. dry TiivZ 41 r r | j.’.it Bt:< x: f. r * letrixt I■ x rlittrxi liim drt’.l 111., sr fox «f tl • l l.xl u«! IX» ix.xxx' *T vein, iu Miit g silv<r. will surface ground two hundred f** t iu w idth, situate, lying and bring in Newark Mining lhutrict, County <i white ; ire. et.d Stste of N vada, ami known ana designated 1 > tl.e field note a and official put eu hie in this . ff.ee a* I.«>1 No forty-one. 3no exterior be underlet* <rf said h t No. 41 being follows, to Wit: Variati* n 1*>H deg. ec»t. Be ginning Kt a post mailed No. 1, t’ ^•^u^re3r Nt 41. tbe Min e 1 eing j-i s* No 1 of I N- b«r vey No. 40. lltitktne 8tate lode, wheuie tile *4 section C4 tuer on tbe m rtbern 1 ' undary of section P, T. 18. N. It. f*"* def: K ; Mount Bj* nbh> tuerblian Beers N. 73 deg. K., 2.1*88 feel; anil tl.e luouth of tbe OMhual.ua tunnel wara N. taki dfg. W.. .7 t*«t. tbeuc* running first course 8. '•» dcg.W. 4.ut) 1*41 along said Sur vey No. 40. t.> j-x -,t inatkt tl Ni>. 3 C. 8- Survey No. 41 and No 4 11 I'. S. Survey No. 40; thence second course N- 31 \ deg TV., 1,800 feet top'd marked No.d i . 8. Sujvfv N * 41; thence tlitrfl course N, Sgi. x , . F -.hi f ct. to jest market! No. 4. V. S. 8i.jv4\ N... 41; ai d thence fourtn course s. , . . r. 1,4 40 f< X t !» l'Oftt K«. J. the plai t: t’ 11. ) inning, containing seven 100 aers-s. Tli*» «luint is Bound* d on the soutli e*>t by the Bry 8tu . lode. The location or this n.me is duly recorded in the Recorder • Office ol Newark Mining Pistrict. in Boo* A. po-f- 11. Any and all perserne i lainiing a« \i: Iv at v j 4 rtion cf said Chihuahua inin*» or s .itl mil in? ground as bereiulxfore d®* scribed, are rrouired to fh their ailvcrs* c lniiu with the Ri lister of the I’nited Statt* I.anu Ollic'e, at Eureka, »n the State of Nr^aa*, during tlic sixty days period cf publicaticn hereof, or they will l*o barred by virtue of the provisiona of the statute. jelS-POd JAB. Me MARTIN. Rcgiatcr. District Court Summons. Tn thk district covrt of the sixth Judicial District. Iu and for Eureka County , Mate cf Nevada. The State of Nevada **»<*■ greeting to Augustus t'. Douglas*. *»• ' * Wl.ecNr, Rtepheu K. Stanton. F. W. Noble, r. Bradley. II. P. Hanger and Annie Mason: You are hereby required to appear in an ac tion commenced against voh as defendant*, *. Thi o»by Co.-kley, a« plaintiff, in tlie P1**1;0* Court of the SD.th Judicial District, in and To the county of V.urtkn. State of Nno », at to town of Eureka, anti an ewer the oomptaiaj therein, which is * n file with the clerk of WJ court, within ten days after the service on 5 of this summon* (exclusive of the day of vice), if served in said county, or twenty «•/ if sf rved out of said county, but within Uii* District, ami iu all other cases forty day • _ judgment by default will be taken again*** * according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action is brought to recoverjnag meat against you. the said defendants, f°r sum of $292.50 with legal interest from J**7 Mist, 1879. till paid, the same being » due plaintiff from you on account ofwor* lnla r performed for you by plaintiff, am > judgment directing the anle of all ynur K * title and interest iu the Alexandria mi»«. ate in Eureka Mining District. Nevada. to*au fy plaintilEs lien ther~'n. as set r -,rl“ *“v 0f plaintiff’s complaint, ft!»d herein, a ctjy which la herewith served. f i« And you are hereby notified, that if f . to appear and answer the said t0 above required. the said plaintiff wil 1 *PP J the Court for the relief demanded therein. In testimony whereof. I. E.R..VOVOtJ*™ hereunlo Ret my hand and affixed the .^.q ..Id crr«. tbU l«h d.y «f. Juoe^D j"1 Clerk iii.trlct Conrt. SI nth Judlclkl Di.tric , Eurek, County. NevwU. i.ilUm By K. M. Bru., Deputy Clerk.