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Eureka Daily Sentinel.
ATTUK.SEYB AT LAW. OKU. W. MKRRILI.. A. L. FITZOFRALl). MERRILL & FITZGERALD, Attorney* at law. prac TICE in at) the Court.,, office In the Sentinel building. Eureka, October 8, 1879. oc9-tf C. J. LANSING, Attorney at I*aw. office in Odd Fellow*' Building, over Wells, Fargo k Co's Express Office. Eureka, May 20, 1879. my21tf r. w. colf.. a. Jf. niLLHoua*. HILLHOUSE & COLE, Attorney* at law, etreka, Nevada. Booms 1 and 2, Odd Fellows’ Building. F. H. HARMON, Attorney at law. office At the Assessor's office, in the Court house. JOHN T. BAKER, Attorney at law. office in Ryland'a Block, Bateman street, Eureka Nevada. Particular attention given to the acquiring of of titles to Government lands. GEO. W. BAKER, Attorney at law and sot*. ry Public. Office in Dick Hyland's Brick Building, Bateman street, Eureka, Nevada. LASPEYRE & BEATTY, Attorney* and coiinnelor* at Law. Office iu Hyland’s Brick Build ing, Bateman street, opposite the Jacksen House, Eureks, Nevsds. * ~ PHYSICIANS." DR. G H THOMA, PIIYSICIAN AND *1ROEON. OF. See in Sentinel building, up stairs, rear auita of rooms. DR. E. B. DE LA MATYR. Homeopathist.-office and residence over Flake's Restaurant, Main street. Office hours: 8 to 18 a. M.; 9 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. DR. L. B. JOSEPH, P1IYNICIAN AND NtIRMEON. Office at the residence of Mr. T. Wethered, Professional calls received at any hour. DR J. R. N. OWEN, PHYSICIAN AND SCRUEON EE reka, Nevada. Office iu Clark's Building, corner of Main and Clark streets. J. A. NESBITT, M. D., C. M. OFFICE—COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL, South Main street, Eureka, Nevada. DR. JAMES WILLIAMS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OF Ace at the Jackson Hotel. Eureka. DR. £. THIELE, PHYSICIAN SCR©EON AND Ob stetrician. Office—89 Main street, Of fice hours : 8 to 10 a. m. and 2 to 4 P. M. DR. M. ROCKMAN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office in Vanderleith’s Building, up stairs, two doors north of Paxton k Co’s, Main Btreet. myfl-tf PROFESSIONAL CARDS. C. HAMILTON, D. D. S„ Dentist, rooms, bate. MAN street, opposite the Sen tinel's uew building. THOMAS J. READ, Civil engineer and u. s, dep uty Mineral Surveyor. Office la Hyland’s Brick Building, on the corner of Bateman and Buel streets, up stairs. 0. M. BENNETT, Architect and Builder. OFFICE ON SPRING STREET, OPPOSITE the old Open Houaa. Sunk., May 1, 1870. myQ-tf LUMBER AND SHINGLES. EUREKA AND CALIFORNIA LUMBER COMPANY. South Mala Btreet, Nevada. NEVADA AMD CALIFORNIA LUMBER, Of all klnda. Bad wood, Oregon end Huger Pine MIMING TIMBER! 1 BUILDING LUMBER! A complete aeeortment of Clear end Draaaed Lumber, Flooring, Biding, Buetle, end other etjrlea at Biding, Moulding, Lethe, ■hlnglea, Doora, Beah end BHude, etc., alwaye on hand. V Everything at the Lowest Cash Jal EAC.L CO. E. B. Da La Maty*. 0. R. Da La Matyb LUMBER. Paul St., head of Clark. TERMS CASH. WE WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND all klnda of Lumber, draaaed end un ireaaed. Flooring, Mouldings, Ceiling, Windows, Piokets, Doors, Shingles, Blinds, ETO, ETO. C.Re De La Matyr A Co Baraka, January 90,1879. Jan91 if CICAR STORE, JACK PERRYS CORNER, JAKE HARRIS, Proprietor. Imported and Domestic Cigars Of choloe brand*, tha beet in tha aaarket. Tshna—a. Clfarallaa, and ftmtakara* Arllalaa, Kta. Eureka, September I, ISTf. al-tf RUBY HIUJATER WORKS. Capaailr af Tanka, 400,000 Uallana. ALL NOW FULL. WATER WILL BE FURNISHED IN BURT Hilt, in any daatred queutltiee, at all aaaaona of tba year, at a uniform rate, and lower than can be furniahed from any other aource. Water delived twice dally to private famillaa, miner*' cablna, aaloona, etc. Tlckate ranking from «lf to M cent* apiece, will ba aold af tha OSUa of tha Company, on Rnby Bill. W. R, HARRUB, Proprietor, f. W. FRABSOR, tapaalateadant/ RESTAURANTS. THE TURNER HOUSE, North Main St., Knrrka. In. R. Stfwart and In. I. A. Gallaghtr, Proprietors. Having leased the turner house Lodging Departments and Restaurant, we now solicit a share of the public patronage. THE RESTAURANT Will be second to none in the town : while Pleasant and Airy Rooms Will Always be at the service of guests. Please give ua a call. Prlees Keasonable. MUM. It STEWART. MRS. M. A. GALLAGHER, oclS-tf Proprietors. PARKER HOUSE RESTAURANT. MRS. 1IIULEY, Proprietress. Thankful for past fa- jgzi vors, and by strict attention to business, I hope to merit and receive a share of the public patronage. Board, per Week.99.00 Single Meals.00 Cents Eureka, August 5, 1879. auf>-tf FRENCH liOTISSERIE ! Three doors below Joe Meudcs, MAIN STREET. MRS. NICK MILLICH TAKE8 PLEASURE IN INVITING PUBLIC attention to her new’ FRENCH ROTIS SERIE, which will be run in a superior style. French Cooking: to Order. Open Day and Night. No Chinese Employed. The finest of WINES, CIGARS, etc. ■QT GIVE ME A CALL. MRS. NICK MILLICH Proprietress. Eureka, July 28, 1879. jy29-tf Epicurean Marat. Corner of Buel and Bateman flits. BY MRS. M. A. ASHIM. I AM NOW PREPARED T» SERVE Private Dinners, Dinner Parties, and Ball Suppers. BOARD.99 00 per week *sr FIVE PRIVATE ROOMS. The most complete Dining Establishment in Eureka. The best French cook in the country. A share of the public patronage is solicited. Eureka, June 5, 1879. jef»-tf 25 CtS- HEALS -25 CtS. Xtf'E'W ENTERPRISE NEVADA RESTAURAM AND CHOP STAND Has just been opened and newly furnished on Main street, two doors above Wells, Fargo k Co’s office. MEALS for 25 and 50 Cents. It will be the object of the proprietor, who has been bead cook in leading houses on this coast, to furnish the best the market affords for the above named price, and at ALL HO CBS. Give me a call and convince youraelvea. NO CHINAMEN EMPLOYED. CHRIS. 8HNELLER. Eureka, June, 9,1879. j3-tf FISHE S RESTAURANT ! Removed to Its Old Location. Having returned to my former place of buaineaa on Main street, occu pied previous to the fire, I am now again pre pared to furnleh ell my old cuetomere and new patrons with the beat day board in Eureit. Open Day and Night. Suppers for privata parties gotten up on short notice. WEDDING CAKES AND FANCY PASTRY A SPECIALTY. Br leaving orders at the Store, goods will be delivered to any part of the town. CHAS. FIBRE, Proprietor. Eureka, May 26, 1879. xuy27tf Again to the Front I MR8. MOCH’S NEW RESTAURANT, On Buel Street, opposite Paxton k Go's Bank. BOARD ^REDUCED! TO S9 PER WEEK. BrcnkQut, from 7 to 13 o’clock A. H. Dinner, from 3 to 7 o’clock P. U. Board par week.It 00 ■Ingle Beni..73 cent. Private Rooms for Families, and Extra Dinners to Order. Eureka, May 26, 1879. my27-lm XA.HS. BDR.O'WTST’S RESTAURANT. IIAin Street, next door north of H. Johnsen’s Store, Mein Street. The best the market affords will At All times be served to my petrous. BOARD: Per Week.$8 OO ■ingle Menu...00 eta A .hare of the public patronage la solicited. MRS. BROWN. Eureka. Mar 3,1879. myt-tf TWO-BIT RESTAURANT! THE FIRSTJH HEVIOi. JUST OPENED ON NORTH MAIN STREET, Suiaka. PRANK WOBBLES, Proprietor. Meals Twenty-five Cents to 11 00 1 BREAKFAST : Beafsteak. Mutton Chop, Veal Outlet, Pots toss, Bread and Butter, Tea and Coffee. XDXKraSTERL : All aorta of Roast and Boiled Meats, Vega te slas, Soups, Etc. jya.'f 2ST OTIC E. ALL PARTIES HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST W. H. CLARK, and all parties Indebted lo him, are requested to call immediately and nttle with i. H. MUNDY, at tha atora, corner if Main and Clark atreeta. Eureka, Sep tanks* 8, 1879, a4-tf FAMILY GROCERIES. j HIRAM JOHNSON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in ATAPLE AWI> FANCY GROCERIES —AND— PROVISIONS! Chicago Hams and Breakfast Bacon, Sugar cured, alwaj-a on hand. NEW BUILDING—OLD STAND, Main afreet, Xotth of Clark, Eureka, Nevada. iuy3tf Family Grocery AND VEGETABLE STORE. M. L. GREGOVICH, T^EXT TO THE PEOPLE’S MARKET, WILL ±1 keep constantly on hand all kinds of Vegetables, Fruit, Fish, Eggs and Poultry, And in fact, everything generally found in a first-class family market. E. R. DODGE, “THE LITTLE STORE AROUND THE CORNED,” A FINE ASSORTMENT OF FAMILY GROCERIES ALWAYS ON HAND. Eureka, June 13,1779. jeli-tf J. MARCHANT Has just opened n FAMILY GROCERY -AND PROVISION STORE, "VTEXT DOOR TO THE DRY GOODS STORE i.1 of Maclaren A Macdonald, where he will keep the CHOICEST GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. And sell as cheap as the cheapest. •yTrade solicited. Goods delivered free of charge mrtl tf STATE UNIVERSITY PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT, ELKO, I'T E "V _A_ U -A THE FIRST TERM OF THE SIXTH YEAR of the University WILL COIvr3vrE33SrOE3 ON MONDAY, SEPT. 1, 1879. THE COURSE OF STUDIES I« inch >• will prepare a pupil for a First-Grade Teacher’s Certificate, Together with Bookkeeping, Latin and Music. The School-rooms sre supplied with Mips, Charts, Globes, and instruments for demon strating the principles of Philosophy and Chemistry. NO CHARGE FOR TUITION I Instruction on the Plano Forte, Extra. BOARD AND ROOM IN THE DORMITORY, $80 PER MONTH, Payable Positively In Advance. tOT For further particulars, address au22-3m W. C. DOVEY, Principal. ...-- -- .- .... -.— ADELPHI THEATRE, ON NORTH BI EL STREET. LORRAINE k CHEVERBIA.Proprietor. OPEN EVERY EVENING. KALE AND FEMALE MIX STEELS. -A-IDUVUSSIOIsT FREE. Eureka, Sept. 16, 1879. .17-lrn WASHING. EUREKA Laundry on Main Street, south of the Rich mond Smelting Works. WASHING CALLED FOR AND DELIV ered in any part of the city, and will be done in one day, when desired. Work done at the same prices as at San Fran cisco laundries. List of prices furnished by the drivers. Eureka, May 1, 1879. iny2-tf Regll & Waldvogel’s ID .A. I 1R> “5T PURE MILK AND CREAM I SERVED IN ANY QUANTITY TO SUIT customers. Psrsous wishing Milk or Cream, can notify the drivers of our wegons. REGLI k WALDVOGEL. Eureka, November 19 1078. n90 Notice to Creditors. IN THE DISTRICT^COURT OF THE SIXTH Judicial District of Nevada, in and for Eu reka couuty. L. Banner va. His Creditors. Notice is hereby given to all the creditors of L. Banner that, in pursuance of au order made by the District Court of Eureka county, Nevada, the said creditors are hereby notified to be and appear before aaid Court, or tie Judge thereof at Chambers, at the Court-house in Eureka, Eu reka couuty, Nevada, on the nth DAY OF NO VEMBER, 1879. at 10 o’Clock a. m . to show cause, If any they have, why the prayer of said insolvent should not be granted. Witness my baud and seal this 6th day of October, 1879. E. R. DODGE, Bibal.1 Clerk of the Dlatrlct Court. f B. M. Bull, Deputy. oc7 lawAw SALOONS. PiLltl SALOON. XJX° STAIRS IN H. VORBERG'S BUILDING, MAIN STREET. THE CHOICEST BRANDS OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. POOL AND III I.I.I ARIES. Elegantly Furnished Club Rooms, HITHER CI.ARK * CO.. Prop’ra. Eureka, June 17, 1N7J. jels-tf MENDES’ "TIGER” SALOON. THE I. A 111, ENT I.V NEVADA. IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS. THE BEST BRANDS OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. A FULL BAND OF MUSIC III attendance every evening. JOE MENDES, Proprietor. Eureka, May 17, 1879. inyHMf Jack nun saloon, -CORNER OF Main and Bateman Streets EUREKA, ISTEV. -THE CHOICEST Wines, Liquors and Cigars Obtainable in the San Francisco market con stantly on hand. Eureka, August 10, 1878. aulO-tf HENRY MAU. F. M. HEITMAN. HENRY MAU « CO., PROPRIETORS OF SAN FRANCISCO BREWERY, Corner of Main and Gold Streets. The premises are the largest in Eastern Neveda, and a new and well-ap pointed Saloon has been elegantly finished. The very best 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 LOUIS BRANDT'S SALOON CORNER OF MAIN AND CLARK STREETS. EUREKA. THE COZIEST RESORT IN TOWN GIVE ME A CALL. LOUIS BRANDT, Proprietor. Eureka, August 14,1879. aul5-tf Red Lion Srloon. First door North of International Hotel* Haln street, Eureka. >1 cLEAN & STYLES, • • Proprietor* THE FINEST BRANDS OF Cigars, Wines and Liquors, Obtainable in the Han Francisco market, con stantly on hand. LIQUORS, ONE BIT. Attentive and oblig ing barkeepers always in attendance. GIVE U8 A CALL. Eureka, September 22, 1879. »23-tf THE VERY BEST -or Wines, Liquors, Beer & Cigars kim E&rT AT THE OLYMPIC, MIDDLE HURDY HOUSE. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. We invite our friends to call and teat their quality. BILLY SPRAGUE, ANDREW MOE. Eureka, October 2,1879. oc3-1m Sinn, Hyde & Coipy, SAN FRANCISCO. Largest Music House on the Coast. Pacific Coast Agents for the Celebrated 'TW 33 33 E IFt PIANOS —and— Estey Organs. Manufacturers of the SHERMAN & HYDE PIANO I For Brass Instruments, SHEET TvITTSIO, And everything lu the Music Line, address SHERMAN, HYDE & CO., SAN FRANCISCO. Pianos and Organa Sold on Easy Terms. Shut Mmlc Depot it Harris II. Joseph's Golden Bala Store. F.«r«ki. Order of_ Court. IN DISTRICT COURT, SIXTH JUDICIAL District, Eureka county, State of Nevada. In the matter of the Estate of H. B. HELL, da. ceaaed. H. A. Knight, administrator of the es tate of S. B. Bull, deceased, having filed hit petition herein duly verified, praying for an order of aale of the whole of the real estate of aald deceased, far the purposes therein set forth, it la therefore ordered, that all persons interested in the estate of said deceased, appear before the aald Court, on Thursday, the 13th day of November, 1879. at 11 o’clock. A, U, of that day. at the Court-room of aald Court, In the town of Eureka, in said county and State, to abow cause why an orior should not be granted to said adminis trator to sell so much of the real estate of the aald deceased, at private or public aale, as shall be necessary; and that a copy of thia order be published at least four successive weeks lu the Eureka Daily Sentinel, a newspaper printed and published in the town of Eureka, aald county and State. HENRY RIVES, District Judge, Rureka, October 10,1IT». ocll-4w CHOP STANDS. id i! \ n hi or B, In the rear of the Old Corner Saloon. PRAMENKO & BALLICH, PROPRIETORS. rrnF. FINEST THE MARKET AFFORDS X always served to customers. Foul, W'llil Cmne, Fiwh, Oysters, Ktc., Etc., Prepared in the moat tempting style. Meals at All Hours of thc^Day or Sight. Private Kooiiim Tor Parties, Ralls. For every delicacy of the season, go to the CORNER CHOP STAND. Eureka, October 1, 187#. oc2-tf UNCLE BILLY WALKER Desires to inform the public that he has resumed control of the CHOP STAND JACK PERRY S SALOON, Where he will furnish the finest to be had in the land. Meals to Order, at All Hours. OPEN DAY AND NICHT! GIVE THE OLD MAN A CALL. Eureka, September 26,1879.alO-tf RACES! RACES!! & 1 &&& The cherry creek jockey club of Frit the following Purses, amounting to $2,650, for the following races, to come off on the llth, lllh and litli of November, 1879. Tlinrulny, November 13th. FIRST RACE—Pane, $500; mile heats; free for all. First horse to receive $350; second horse to receive $150. SECOND RACE—Purse,$250; half-mile dash; free for all two-year-olds. First horse to re ceive $175; second horse to receive $75. THIRD RACE—Purse, $250; trotting race, mile heats, 3 slid 5 ; free for all double teams. First team to receive $175: second team to re ceive $75. Second Day—Friday, 11th. FOURTH RACE—Purse. $'250; one mile dash ; free for all. First horse to receive $175; second horse to receive $75. FIFTH RACE-Purse, $100; half-mile dash; for all two-year-olds in Cherry Creek district. SIXTH RACE—Purse, $300; three-quarter mile dash; for three-year-olds east of Reno. First horse to receive $210: second horse to re ceive $90. Third Day—Saturday. 15th. SEVENTH RACE—Purse, $200; quarter-mile dash; tree for all. First horse to receive $140; second horse to recei y $60. EIGHTH RACE —Purse, $300; half-mile heats; free for all. First horse to receive $210; second horse to receive $90. NINTH RACE—Purse, $50 (special); to ba run for by Pop, Nellie, Jeff and Rennie, TENTH RACE—Purse, $400 ; onsmila aud a half dash; free for all. First horse to receive $290; second horse to receive $120. ELEVENTH RACE—Purse, $60; half-mile dash; free for all saddle horses. First hors* to receive $35; second horse to receive $10. 1. Entries to close the night before each race. 2. All races require four or more to enter and three or more to start. 3. Eutrance fee, 20 per cent, cf the purse. 4. The rules of the Pacific Blood Horae A*»o; elation will govern running races. O. H. GREY, President. I)R. J. TUFFORD. Vice President. PAUL MITCHELL. Treasurer. •23-td ED. COWLEY. Secretary. D. DeBERNARDI & CO., 310 K it, betne«u Third aud Fourth, NAMIAJIKNTO, CAL,, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Came, Butter, Eggs, Poultry, Fish and General Produce. WE CARRY AT ALL TIMES A LAROK v r and full supply of the beat kinds of fruit, green aud dry, and all kinds of Vegetables in aeaaon, and fresh River and Sea Flab, Oyster*. Clams, Muasela, Shrimps, Crabs and Craw Fish, with Canned Goods, In endleaa variety. A long experience has enabled us to take all advantages of the market, aud we can and do buy the beat at the lowest rates, thereby giving our customer* the benefit of our experience. We buy and sell on commission all kinds of Garden and Orchard Produce and Poultry, to* gether with Wild Game In season, and can buy and sell at rates that give us, at least, the abil ity to sell all gooda at prices that enable us to live and let live. ALL GOODS CAREFULLY PACKED. oc7-3ra* &PIONEERO Poplar Jewelry Store!! OF EUREKA, (Opposite J. A. Paxton k Co.’s Bank.) J\ STRAUS, Keeps constantly on hand a fine stock of gold snd silver watches, clocks, Jewelry, diamonds and silverware, gold peua, gold and silver penholders, of which I have the agency; gold, silver, steel and rubber spectacles and eye-glasses. I have the beat selection of spectacles and eye-glasses In Eureka, as I make those articles a specialty. Watches, clocks, jewelry, mathematical and astronomical ma chines repaired, and all work warranted or no charge made. J. STRAUB. Eureka, January 20, 1879. Jan21 tf NOTICE. JK ORDER TO ESTABLISH A Uniform Time In Eurska, FROM THIS XSA.'ST MY REGULATOR WILL SHOW CORRECT EUREKA MEIN TIME, Taken by astronomical observation. ED. WILHELM. Chronomstcr Maker. Eureka, July 14,1879. Jyl5-tf Annual Meeting. OFFICE OF THE EUREKA CONSOLI DATED MINING COMPANY. Nevada Block, Room 37, Han Francisco, October 4.1K79. The Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of tha above uarned Company will be held at the ofice of the Company, Room No. 37, Nevada Block, Kan Francisco, on MONDAY, tha Twentieth day of October, 1*79, at two r. u. of said day, for the e action of Trustees to serve for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other business as tuay be presented. Transfer hooka close October 13, at 8 p, m. ocT.td W. w. TRAYLOR, Secretary. Dissolution of Copartnership. "\TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE i.1 partnership heretofore existing between Thomas Polglsze and Benjamin Htylee, in the ealoon business, under the firm name of Pol glaze k Styles, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The business will hereafter be conducted by Benjamin Styles, who will collect all accounts due to, and pay all debts due by the late firm, BENJAMIN STYLES, THOMAS POLGLAZE. Eureka, Ooteber 9, 1979. ocl-tf MINING NOTICES. Notice to Delinquent Co-owners Iii the Mountain View Mine. TO JAMF.H BURNS. JOHN QUIGLEY AND HUGH LEONARD: You, and each of yon, iml your represetativea and aucceaaors in in terest respectively, are hereby notified that 1 have performed work and labor upon the Mountain View mine and ledge, situated in the Secret Canyon Mining District, Eureka county, Nevada, to the amount and value of Six Hun dred (G(X>) Dollars, in United States gold coin, during the past six years, to wit: from the mouth of March, A. D. 1873, to and lucluding the year 1879, the same being $100 for each year. That your proportion of the coat of said work and labor is as follows, to wit: James Burns.200 feet $80 00 John Quigley.ICO “ 40 00 Hugh Leonard.112H “ 42 00 And you and each of you are hereby notified that if you fail to contribute your said propor tion of the cost of said labor and work, within one hundred and eighty (DO) days Irom the dnte hereof, your respective, interests in said Mountain Mew mine will become the property of the unders'gucd, your co-owner in said mine, who has made the said expenditures and performed said work and labor, in accordance and by virtue of the laws of Congress, Section 2.324 of the Revised Statutes of the United States. PATRICK PEVELIN, Co-owner. Eureka, Ncv„ Sept. 29, 1879. s3O-law'J0d Assessment Notice. Hamburg mining company.—loca tion of principal place of buainees, San Francisco, California; location of works. Eu reka Mining District, Eureka county, State of Nevada. Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the Nineteenth day of September, 1879, an assessment of One Dollar per share, was levied upon the capital stock of the Corporation, payable imme diately, in Uuited States gold coin, to the Sec retary, at the office of the Company, Room 4, No. 401 California street, San Francisco, Cali fornia. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid an Tuesday, the 21st day of Oc tober, 1879, will be delinquent, and adver tised for sale at public auction ; and unless paviuent is made before, will be sold on MONDAY, the TENTH OF NOVEMBER, 1879, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with costs of advertising aiid expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Director*. D. A. JENNINGS, Secretary Office—Room 4, 401 California street, Han Francisco, Cal. ae20-td Assessment Notice. KK CONSOLIDATED MINING COMPANY. Location of principal place of business, Shu Francisco, California , location of works, Eureka Mining District, Eureka county. State of Nevada —Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Trustees, held on the third day of October, 1879, an assessment (No. 9) of two $2) dollars per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immediately. In United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the Company, Room 44. Nevada Block, No. !i09 Montgomery atreet, San Frnnciaco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid m the Fifth (5th‘ day of No vember, 1879.will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction: and unless payment is made liefore, will be sold on WEDNESDAY, the THIRD (3d) DAY OF DECEMBER. 1879. to pay the delinquent assessment, together with costs of ad verb hi ug nud expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Trustees. U B. MINOR, Hecntary. Office—Room 44. Nevada Block, No. 309 Mont gomery street, Sau Francisco, Cal- ocT-td Notice of Assessment. TO P. H SMITH, AND YOUR GRANTEES. You will take notice tbnt I have performed labor to the amount of $730 during the two years last passed, and emliug H« ptt-mbcr H. 1M79, on the Belmont and Old Town mines, sit uated in Eureka Mining District, Eureka county, Nevada, the same being the work re quired to be done by the laws of the United States iu relation to mines, and that aaid labor has been dure to maiutaiu possessor)' title to the anme, and that your proportion of aaid ex pense amounts to the sum or $375 in U. S. gold coin, and yon are hereby required to pay aaid sum eipended in said mines as aforesaid with in ninety days from the date of the first publi cation or this notice, or forfeit your interest In said rniuea, which ia as follows : Did Town, 400 feet; Belmout, 300 feet. MARION FERRELL. Eureka, August 36,1879. au$7-90d II-S-LliBBB«|lW.»’J!|*yi. . - 1 NOW TO CONTRACTORS. • _______ \TQTI0E is HEREBY GJVEX. BY THE ^.1 Board of Qounty 0 uumi*4tuner* of Eure ka county, Nevada, that Seal'd proposals will be received by the s»ld Board, up to 10 o’clock a. u , on t’ca 17th day of November, 1879, -FOR Furnliliing mid Coiiatruclliiir Iron frlton t el In, And furnishing all the labor and material, and putting said calls iu place iu lh* Couuty Jail building of Eureka county, Nevada, situate at the corner of Bateman and Mon re street*, towu and county of Eureka, Nevada. Each of aaid cella to be seven feet long, five feet wide, and •even feet high, end to be constructed of the material mentioned in. aud in accordant’* with the plana and fl$clflc*llon* adopted aud approved by the said Board of County Commie ■loner* of Eureka couuty, Nevada, on the 15th day of October, 1879. and now on file with the Clerk of said Board. Said plana and specifics, tiouaare open for inspection, end may be seen at the office of the County Clerk of Eureka county. Nevada. Each bid must be for per. forming all the labor, aud furnishing all the material of every kiud and description, and the erection, completion and putting iu place aaid cell* within the aforesaid Jail, strictly in accordance with aaid plans aud specifications. 'J he party whose bid shall be accepted shall, within five days thereafter, enter Into a written contract to furnish all ueceaaary material aud labor, aud build, put in place, and complete aaid cella, In accordance with th* above men. tinned plana and specifications, ready to be occupied by the 30th day of December, 1879; which said plane end specifications shall be made a part of aaid contract, and shall also furnish the county of Eureka. Nevada, a good and sufficient bond iu the aum of five thousand dollars, to be approved by the aforesaid Board of County Commissioner* of Eureka couuty, Nevada, conditioned to the faithful perform ance of the contract and the completion of the •aid cella, ready for acceptance by th* 20th day of December, 1879. Bald contract shall be let to the lowest re sponsible bidder. The payment w4ll be made on the completion aud acceptance of the work. The Board of County Commissioners reserve the right to reject any aud all bids. Healed proposals will be opened and exam ined by said Board on the 17th day of Novem ber, A. D. 1879, at 10 o’olock A. U. >. Witness my hand aud the Seal of ( uk a i,>\**ld Board of County Commissioners l Eureka couuty, Nevada, this 15th 0 ^—'day cf October, 1879. E. U. DODGE, Clerk Board of County Commissioners of Eu reka couuty, Nevada. By E. M. Bkll, Deputy Clerk. Eureka. October 15, 1879. oclfl-30d District Court 8ummons. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH Judicial District. Id and for Eureks Couutv. State of Nevada. Tbe State of Nevada sends greeting to lsines Langley. You are hereby required to appear in an ac tion commenced agaiust you aa defendant, by Isabella Langley, as plaintiff, lu tbe District Court of tbe Sixth Judicial District, lu and for the county of Eureka, ytate of Nevada, at the town of Eureka, and answer the complaint therein, which is on file with the Clerk of said Court, within ten days after the service on you of this Summons (exclusive of the day of ser vice), if served in said counly, or tweuty days If served out of said couuty but within thia district, and lu all other cases forty days; or Judgment by default will be taken agaiust you. according to the prayer of said complaint. Tbe said action la brought agaiust you, the ■aid defendant, to obtain a decree of divorce from tbe bonds of matrimony now existing between you and said plaintiff, and that plain tiff may have the eole custody, care and control of the childreu. Adam Langley, now aged about ■lx years, and Jennie Laugley, now aged about three years, the issue of said marriage, and that she may be restored to her maiden name of Isabella McGill, and for her coata and for lucb other and further relief as to said Court m»y seem ufteet and proper; said plaintiff alleg ing In her aald complaint aa the ground for laid divorce, that you aald defendant for over on* year, immediately preceding the com mencement of eaid action, have failed and neg lected to provide for this plaintiff the common necessaries of life, when such neglect was not the result of poverty on your part, and which you oould not have avoided by ordluary indus try. eud which will more fully appear by reftr luco to plaluttff'a complaint on file herein. And you are hereby notified, that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint aa above required, the said plaintiff will take judgment for the relief demanded therelu and for costa. ""v In testimony whereof, I, E. R. 'iiie arP.DonuE, have hereunto set my hand . ,sud affixed the seal of aald Court, ^r^thl. 3d day of October, A. D. 1878. E. R. DODGE, Clerk District Court, Sixth Judicial District. Bunk, Cuuntjr, x.Y.d.. APPLICATIONS FOK PATENT. application for a FATEXT 1 *0hoTiH,?.a°JJFNJ.AL AND DELMONT cox IhOLUMmiUNE-No. 633.—l'. s 1 luA Cfflce, Eureka, Nevada. Octol*r j;j. ik7.j jV? Ucels hereby given, that Charles L. bruy \i. rion Eerrell, O. Hall. W. P. Haskell and D w Le\ an, whose poatoffi* e address in Eureka '\T vada have this day filed their application f£ a patent for 1,600 linear feet of the Oriental l Belmont Consolidated mine, or vein bearing silver, with surface ground 450 feet In width* being 100 feet on each side of the lode situum’ lying and being in Eureka Mining biatri..* County of Eureka and State of Nevada . , known and designated by the field notes I S official plat on file in this office as Lot NumlH 1W. unsurveyed lands The exteriorbouudarill of said Lot No. 196being as follows, to wit V». riation 16)$ degrees East. Beginning at a nnT* marked No 1 U. H. Survey No 19.:, whence the flags tu IT in the town of Eureka In-ars 8 *7 d( * 6 min. E, 8.3.H feet; Kuby Hill No. 1 bears h 7 deg. 62 min. W, 5,185 feet, and the Beln shaft bears N 38 deg. E. 234 feet; thence run ning 1st course, N l'* deg E, 4*7 2-10 feet m the southeastern boundary of C. 8. Survey 121, General Lee lode, whence poet No •_» nf ‘ id General Lee-survey Ix-h*. N Ml deg. K, 17 (j-m fe-t, 481 feet to the northeastern boundary nr U. 8. Survey No. 120, whence post No. i ,,f HHl; thence, 3d course. 8 1 deg wTl .JklOfVet'to post marked No. 4, U. 8. 8urvey No. lyr, aild thence, 4th course, N 89 deg. W, 192 9-iu feet to the eastern boundary of U. 8. Survey No’ 134, barton lode, whence post No. *2 of said barton survey hears N 14!$ deg. W, 22 f.-lo f,,.t 278 (»-10 feet to the northern boundary of Maid’ U. 8. Survey No. 134, when e post No. 2 of said aurvey No. 13* \ ears X 75 ^ deg I . h2 7-10,450feet in post No. 1, the place of b. ginning. Ko much of U. 8. Survey No. 120, General Lee lode, „,ld No. 134, barton lode, us conflict w’ith this *ur. vey arc* hereby excluded. Said conflicts are described as follows: Conflict with L\ S Sur vey No. 120, General Lee lode—beginning at %>ost No. 2 of said General Lee survey, and run ning thence, 1st course, H 80 deg.'w, 17 «M0 feet; thence, 2d course, N lV.d. gE, 33 8-10 leet; and thence, 3d coarse, K 30 deg. ];. 28 9-10 feet, to the place of beginning. Conflict with U. H. Survey No. 134. barton lode—Beginning at post No. 2 of said barton survey, and run. ning thence. 1st course. H 141$ deg. E, 2*2 6.10 feet; thence, 3d course, N h'Jdeg. W.’ 85 7.iq feet; and theme, 3d courae, N 75}$ deg. E 82 7-10 feet, to the place of beginning, whi. b trac U being excludedlrom this survey, leaves remain. Ing 15 47-100 acres. This claim is hounded on the south by the barton, west by the General Lee. The location of this mine is duly record ed in the Recorder's Office- of Eureka Mining District, in book P, page 175; E, 224; E, 10a. Any and all persons claiming adversely’my nortlou of said Oriental nud Belmont Congo 1 (dated mine, or uaid mining ground as herein before described, are required to hie their ad verse claim with the Register of the I'nited Matea Land Office, at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the sixty days' period of publi cation hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. <xT4-tt(xl JAd. MvMARTIN, Register. APPLIC ATION TOII A PATENT rpOTHK I* It KM I ■ M MINK.-Nu.S3z—Uiiitid X Htates Land Oltit e, Kurt ka. N* vads. Hepteu.. bet 27,l»7t>— Notice is hereby given, tlut Hum u Wenban, whose Poalntfice addr'**!* Cortez, J r. rejta county. Nevada, baa this day filed hi.! fc,i. plication fur a patent for eleven hundred (I, Hu) linear feet of the Premium mine or vein h,1-r. lug silver, with surface ground four hundred (400) feet in w idth, situate, lying and being in Cortes Mining District, county of hurtU and State of Nevada, and kto wn ai d designated by the field notes and official plat on file in this office as Lot No. forty (40 . In Township Twin ty*»ix (20) north. Range Forty-eight (48) «set of Mount Diablo M« ridian. TLc exterior bound* ariea of said Lot No. 4U being aa follows, to wit: Variation, Itf.H degrees east. Commencing at * post marked No. 1, t\ S. Survey So. 4(i, r 1,« same being poat No 3 t f T 8. Survey So. d7, Garrison lode, whence the section corner cnu! mon to heetions 5. G, 7 and «\ Township 26 north, Range 4* east. Mount Diablo Meridian, bears 8 til deg. .)f. ruin. W.g.Uu (Art. and the Garrison shaft beara N 31 deg. 44 tutu. W. 7'.0 feet : Thence, running )st coarse, N "H deg W 400 feet, to p- st marked No. 2, V. 8. tturv« y No. 40; thence, 2d course. N 82?% deg. E 1,100 Let to post marked No, 3, V. 8, Survey No, 40; thence, itd course, w t *v deg. K 400 feet to p* at marked No. 4. C. 8. Survey No. 40, the aame be ing post No. 2 of l 8. f-urvey No. 32. Junctiou lode; and theme, 4th courae. s 82\ deg W 1,100 feet along said survey No. 32, Juuatiou U"U, to post No. 1. the rise* of beglpuing. contaiu. lug 10 l lo screw Tills claim is bounded south by the Junction, weat by the Garrison. The Ideation of this mine is duly recorded in the Recorder's Office of Cortex Mining District, in Rook H, page two hundred sud eleven. Any and ail persons claiming adverse ly any portion of said Premium mine, or •aid mining ground as hereinbefore described, are required to file their adverse claim with the Register rf the Tutted Htates Land Offi« s, at Eureka, in the Htate of Nevada, during the sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will l>e barred by virtqe «f the provision* of U19 •tafute. SS'iifiOd JAB. Mt MARTIN, Register, APPLICATION! FOR A PATENT rr»0 THE JUNCTION MINE -No. 531.-. Jl United Htat*-a I.aud Oftt> t, Eureka, Nevada, September 27, 1879.—Notice la hereby given, that 8irijeotiW«nban,whose Postt'ffn e address la Cortez, Eureka county, Nevada, has this day filed bU application lor a patent for fiftteu bttudred(l,c<OOj Untar feet of toe Juu< tion mine, or vein bearing silver, with surface ground four hundred (4Ci>) feet in width, situate, lying end being in Cortez Mining District, County of Eureka and State of Nevada, and known ami designated by the field notes tud official plat on file in this office as Lot No. Thirty nine (39), in Towuablp Twenty-all north. Range Forty, sight east of Mount Diablo Meridian. The e*. terior boundaries of said Lot No. 39 being as follows, t» wit: Variation ItiJ* degrees aaat. Commencing at a post marked No. 1, U, 8, Sur vey No. 99. the aatue being poat No. 4 of U. 8, Survey No. 37, Oarriaou lode, whence the sec. tion corner common to Elections 5, 6, 7 and I, Township 35 north, ltange 48 east. Mount Diablo Meridian, bears 8 tiJ deg. 1 min W 2,728 feet, and the Oarriaou abaft bears N 1!* deg. W 729 feet i Thence, running 1st course. N W* drg. E 400 feet, to poat No 3 of anld Oarriaou aur. X ey, 1,000 feet to poat marked No. 2 U. 8- Survey No. 39; thence, 2d course. H 7)( deg. E 400 feet to post marked No. 3, U. 8. Survey No. 39; thence. 3d course, H 92*4 deg. W l.M« feet to post marked No. 4. U; 8. Harvey No. 39: thence, 4th course, N ~H deg. W 400 feet to post No. j, the place of b« ginning, containing 13 77100 acres. This claim la bounded on the north by the Oarriaou. The location of this mine is duly recorded in the Recorder's Office of Cortez Min ing Dlatrlct. in Book B. page one bun* died and ninety-eight. Any and all person! claiming adversely any portion of aaid Junction mine, or aaid mining ground as herein be fora described, are required to file their ad versa claim with the Register of the United State* Land Office, at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will he harrod by virtue of thi provisions of the statute. ae&fi-fiOd JA8. McMARTIN, Register. District Court Summons. IN THE DISTRICT COI'RT OF THE SIXTH Ju.tlcl.l Dl.trlct. ill .ml for Eurck, County, SI,to I f Nov.il*. The Ht.te of Nov.,1* .unite greeting to James Hiss: You are hereby required to appear in an ac tion commenced agaiust you an defendant, by James M. Owen, as plaintiff, in the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District, in aud for the county of Eureka, State of Nevada, at the town of Eureka, and answer the complaint therein, which is on tile with the clerk of said court, within ten day# after the service on y<»u of this summons (exclusive of the day of ser vice). if served in said county, or twenty u«J'! if served out of aaid county, but within thia District, aud in all other cases forty daye, or Judgment by default will be taken against you, according to the prayer of said complaint. The asid action is brought to recover Judg ment agaiust you, the aaid defendant, for the •um of nine hundred and fifty-five dollars, in U. 8. gold coin, on a certain promissory note, made and delivered by you to the plaintiff. De cember 3d, 1870, In the sum of five hundred dollars; and also to foreclose a certain mort gage given by you to plaintiff, to secure note, upon Lot No. 6, in Block No, 34. in the Monroe Survey of the town of Eureka, being a part of the Robin’s tract; and for one hundred dollar*, attorney fees, for the foreclosure or •aid mortgage. ...» . f.ii And you are hereby notified, that if ?°®/a to appear and answer the aaid complaint, above required, the aaid plaintiff willaskth Court for the relief demanded in the cum in testimony whereof, I, K. R. DODOE, hava hereunto set my hand sail aifixed the sea •aid Court, thia 1st day of September, A. u. I«*'l 1 E. R. DODOE. Clerk District Court, Birth JudicLl District. Eureka County, Nevada. stg-fla.wair' — COAL ! COALl I PARTIFB WHO INTEND BURNlXaAlow Coal thia Winter, will during tho probable amount they will J<M}attW the aaaaou. lb.t I to., >»“* I'MlS. 00Mt At the E. k F. Lumber Co.'s omo*' , F. REICELHUTH'S u.dui, etc., it the moet rraeoueble ter-"* FRANK RKIOELHUTH, Lead«r. Eureka, September 23, 1879._ . Ton rntwTiwa or all «i»bs * J SPECIALTY At thll oflOA.