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MgCTLLAKlOCg._ eureka and palisade R A. T I_i IaQ A i J ■nr inuemmi On and after December ». 1ST*. A FAST TBA.XN WILL BUB FOB Fmmmw*. Malle, ud Expreee OWLT. AWD WILL Leere Benke dally at.IDO a. a. Arrive at Pallaada at.I JO a. a. Hakim connection with Eae» aad Weal Baaed Tralaa at the Ceatral Padtc Ballread. BBtrniKO: Leave Pallaada dallv at.3:10 r. a. Arrive at Baraka at.0 JO r. a Fa rkarat aad Kwaaadellea Tealmt Leaves Baraka dally at.«D0 a. a. Arrives at Palisade at.J JO r. a. Leaves Pallaada dally at.C JO a. a. Arrives at Bortka at.ID* »• a. THB COMPAWt WILL DELIVBB FBEIttHT AT Aad all palnta aoatb, by lb teams, with cars aad dispatch, and at tbs lowest rates. P. EVEBTB. Bsatral Sap'L Baraka. December 30.1070. EUREKA, HAIM AID PIOCHE STAGE—fiLIIEI OlUm * lALUBCBT, Prepfi. CONNECTINO WITH TH* ECKEEA AND Palisade Railroad. Lasvra Eureka (or HAMILTON. WARN tad PIOCHE, Every morning, at 1 o'clock. Leaves Ploche tor Weed, Hamilton and Eureka every day, at J o'clock *- r. Carrying U. 8. Mail and Walla, Fargo ft Oo'a Exp rase. Fine American horses sad saw Concord coaches. OIBce at Walla, Fargo ft Co’s. myM MEDICINE AND PHYSICIANS. DR. SPINNEY & CO., No. 11 Kearny Street, rilBJEAT ALL CHRONIC AND SPECIAL J Pin—. Troxjisro iviEisr Who may bo raftering from the effects of youth ful follies or Indiscretions will do well to avail themselves of this, the greatest boon ever laid at tbs fast of suffering humanity. Dr. Spin nay will guarantee to forfeit five hundred dol lars for svery csss of weakness or private dis ease of any kind or character which hs under takes and rails to cure. 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 e manner the patient can not account for. On examining the urinary deposits a ropy sediment will often be found, and sometimes small particles of albumen will appear, or the color will be of a thin milklah has, again changing to a dark and torpid ap pearance. There are many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the cause, which is the second siege of seminal weakness. Dr. 8. will guarantee a perfect cure In all rack cases, and a healthy restoration of the genl to-urinary organs. Office Honrs—10 to 4 and • to 8. Sundays from 10 to U ▲. x. Consultation free. Thor ough examination and advlos,$6. Call or address DB. SPINNET ft OO.t No. 11 Eearny St., Sen Francisco. CHINESE CURES ! DR. MSN LIB, The Celebrated Chinese Physician, I* PREPARED TO TREAT PATIENTS IN th. moat acientlAc manner. Ha haa mads medicine hia lHattm. study, and enna almost navy dtaaaaa. Ha coma rheumatism In a abort Uma. Ha baa new i*msdias (or all SPECIAL DI8 EASES, and can curs them very quickly. Hia medicinal are all given hot. Ho uaoa no raid remedies. Hs haa mads a number of astonishing euros, and all persona ailing should at ones cemsult him. Chronic dlaarara yield readily to hia remedies, and cures where many itbaa hava failed. NOTICE—I ant a graduate of the medical of Osnton. OFFICE—Sad Building, want aide of Monro, •treat. Jal tf DR. CHIN CAM, rK CELEBRATED CHINESE PHYSICIAN would announce to the people of Eureka be treats aucceeafully mi dlaeaaea to which the Sash la hair. Chronic Ella enure of all hinds yield to his superior skill. Chorees kensonohle. ■C'Cen he consul led nl the store of Wing Chung. Monroe street. Barcha.gept.lt. ISTf.elT-tf L. I. RUTH, Mepreunting GEORGE A. LOWE, Salt Lake City, Utah. DEALER in F. Sdittler'i (Map Vapu! BUCKEYE REAPERS AND MOWERS, Sweep*lekr* Threehert, Furet k Bradley A. B»1‘T and SUrrlng Plowa, Booth Bend ChlllMl Plows. Buckeye Grain Drills, Sulky Hay Bakes. Hay Frames, Feed Cutter, and all kinds latest Improved agricultural implements, -Also— I Mm MS * MU SMB I WASH MATERIAL. Baraka, February 1, lggo. f.bg tf CALISHER BROS. NKW8 AGENTS And Dealer. In FANCY GOODS OF ALL BINDS, BLANK book*, school books, note and LETTER PAPEB, FANCY PAPETBIES, STATIONERY, TOYS. CUTLERY, SHEET MUSIC AND MUSICAL IMSTEUMBMTS. —Alan— Mamin. Eastern Pictorials and Magaalnae al ways on hand. Subscriptions received for any Of the Sat Francisco Dallies or Weeklies Agents for the Virginia •• Enterprise" and “Chronicle." Si-Ham umber the place— CAMBHER BROS. 19 Mala .treat Eureka. January T. 1H79 lanStf T EGA! ■LANMB, OP ALB DM L aarlpttona, printed to order at the SEN THrML OFFICE WATCWAAEKBS AXP JEWELERS. &PIONEE R& Pmolir Jrnlry Ston!! OP EUREKA, (OppodM J. A. Paxton A Co.'i But.I J\ STRAUS, Keeps ooxstaxtly os haxd a fixe Mock at fold aad direr watches, clocks. Jewelry, diamond* aad Mlrerware, fold pens, fold aad allree paaholdera. at which I hare the afenry; fold, all-ear. steel aad robber apectaclea aad eye-fiwwea. I hare the best aelectlon at spectacle* aad «ao.fla<wf* ia Eureka, aa 1 stake those article* a specialty Watches, clocks. Jewelry, mathematical aad astronomical ma chine* repaired, aad all work warranted or aa charfe made. .* STRAUS. Eureka. January JO. 1ST». Jaall tf NOTICE. JX ORDER TO ESTABLISH A Uniform Time 1b Eureka, FROM THIS DA'S" MT REGULATOR WILL SHOW CORRECT EIREK1 MEAN TIME, Taken by astronomical obsecration. ED. WILHELM. Chronometer Maker. Eureka, Jaty li, 1*71. JylS-tf JUST RECEIVED, A NEW IXVO ICE or Cold and Silver Watches, Rings, etc., At tbs lowest prices to be bad in Eureka. C*T1 AND SEE Ltrnsrors dial watches, Sold for 212. at STRAIN-, Below the Parker House. Eureka. Sept. 22.1*79.»33-tf BREWERIES AND SALOONS. Great Attraction! STAR BREWERY SCHMIDT t MENDES, PROP'S. '| ’HE STAB BREWERY IS NOW OPEN J and the business will be conducted in the same manner aa Joe Mendes' Tiger Saloon is kept on Main street, with Good Liquors, Music, -AID Attentive Waiter Girls. Best LAGER BEER in the State, Sold at BO Cts. per Gallon, At Wholesale. By strict attention to business, we hope to merit a fair ahare of the public patronage. JOE MENDES. CASPER SCHMIDT. Eureka June 2,1879. jeS»tf EsUkllshed.1S79. C. P. BREWERY. H. VORBERC. Proprietor. Having take.- the helm again at the above establishment, I wish to an nounce to my old friends and the public that the same shall he COHDUCTED AS OF OLD. 23 El 23 H. , By the Barrel, Eeg, Gallon and Glasa. WINES, IHQUORS —AND— O I G A R S, Of the best quality only, constantly on hand. H. TORBKBG. Eureka. June 4.1879. jeS-tf B. REINHART. J. P. EDOFT REINHART & CO. Dealers in Whole and Ground BABLEY, FLOCK, WHEAT, KKAH AND IHORTL Barley Ground to Order. AGENTS FOB THE SHXJTLBB WAGON AGENTS FOB FLOWS, MOWERS, REAPERS, And all kinds of AGR1CULTDRAL_IMPLEMENTS. All Goods delivered to any part ef town free of charge. OFTICE— North Main Street, next door to the Iron Hall, Eureka, Nev. jeltf PATRONIZE HOME JNDUSTRY. I AM NOW PBEPABED TO SCPPLY FAM ILIES AND OTHERS with PORTER, In Bottle* or Kegs, Equal to the Best Imported, It is manufactured In my own establishment, , and I can warrant that it will give satisfaction. I also manufacture BOTTLED LAGER, that is not surpassed by any, either of foreign or domestic manufacture. The best of Lager also sold in kegs. •7"Send orders to the 0. P. BREWERY. H. VORBERO, Proprietor, hureka, December 30,1879. dcSl-tf . ROBT Hill WEB TOBKS. rapMiU »f Tuka, 400,000 tlallsu. ALL MOW FULL. WATER WILL BE FURNISHES IN BURT Hill, la any deal red quantifier, at all aeaaona of the year, at a uniform rate, and lower than can be furnished from any othar aoorce. Water dalired twice dally to priests families, miners'cabins, aaluons, etc. Tickets canal of from «H to M cents apleoe, will be sold at the OSes of the Oompeny, on Rnby Hill. W. B. HARRUB, Proprietor. T, W. PEARSON, Superintendent Regll & Waldvogel’s dairy PURE MILK AND CREAM I Serves in ant quantitt to suit customers. Parsons wishing Milk or Cream, can notify the drivers of our wagons. BEGLI k WALD VOGEL. Banks. Noeembat M lm. uao FAMILY QBOCEB1I3. HIRAM JOHNSON, Vbolcnfe ud Batail r*»l« In GROCERIES —AJTD— PROVISIONS! Chicago Hits* and Breakfast Bacon, Sb«u iire*. »!»»** on t*nd. NEW BriLDINO-OLD STAND, kun atn*t Sort* at Ciu-k. Eaj*k». Srrul*. mjm_ Family Grocery ASD VEGETABLE STORE. M. L fiREGOVICH, 'V’ext to Tnnonn market, will ke*p couiuCy <* kuid *U kind* of Vegetables, Fruit, Fish, Eggs and Poultry, And in fart, everything generally found in a fim-claas family market. E. R. DODGE, -DEALER IX FANCY GBOCEBIft i Eureka, February 1,1S80. febJ tf NOTICE -TO Contractors Mil Builders! \^OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE a.v Board of County Commissioners of Eu reka county. Nevada, that sealed proposals will be received by the said Board of Commission ers. np to 10 o’clock a. m. on the second day of March, A. D. lse*». for finishing and completing the new Court House, situated at the south west corner of Bateman and Mam streets, on lots Nee. one (1) and two (2;. in block No. one (lj in the McCoy survey of the town of Eureka, county of Eureka, State of Nevada, and fur nishing all the labor and material necessary therefor. The said new Court House building is eighty feet long by fifty feet wide, two stones high, and is to be completed and finish ed in accordance with the plans and specifica tions adopted and appioved by the Board of County Commissioners of Eureka county, Ne vada, on the 2Tth day of January. A. D. 1980. and now on file with the clerk of said Board. Said plans and specification are open for in spection and may be seen at the office of the County Clerk of Eureka county, Nevada. Each bid mnst be for performing all the labor and furnishing ail the material, of every kind and description, and the finishing and completion of said Court House building strictly in ac cordance with said plans and specificstions. The party whose bid shall be accepted, shall enter into a written contract with the aforesaid Board of County Commissioner*, to furnish all the necessary labor and material, and finish and complete said Court House building, ready for acceptance by the first day of June. A. D. 1380, in accordance with the above mentioned plans and specifications, which said plans and specifications shall be made a part of said con tract. All parties submitting a bid must accompany their bid with a good and sufficient bond, with two or more surities. to be approved by said Board, In the sum of fifteen thousand dollars, U. 8. gold com. payable to the county of Eureka. State of Nevada, and conditioned to the faithful performance of his contract and for the completion and finishing of said Court House building in accordance with the afors aaid plana and specifications, ready for accept ance by the 1st day of June. A. D. 1880, or their hid will not be considered by the aforesaid Board. Said contract will be let to the lowest re sponsible bidder. The payments will be made as the work pro gresses. according to the estimates cf the work by the Board County Commissioners aforesaid, or any Superintendent which said Board may employ, reserving twenty-five per cent, on all payments until the completion of the work. The said Board of Commiaaionara reserve the right to reject any and all bids. Sealed proposals will be opened and examin ed by said Board of Commissioners on the second day of March, A. D. 1880. Witness my hand and seal of aaid Board this 27th day of January, A. D. 1980 : „ E. R. DODGE, Clerk of Board of County Commissioners of Eureka county, Nevada. By E. M. Bell, Deputy. jan29 td TAX NOTICE. State of Nevada, ) OOCFTT OF Eu&EKA, } Disthjct Attohsey* Office. ) Notice of suit commenced . to the following named defendants and to all owners of or claimants to the real estate, and improvements thereon hereinafter described, known or unknown: Yon are hereby notified that a anit has been commenced in the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District of the Bute of Nevada, in and for Eureka county, by the SUte of Nevada, plaintiff, against each of the defendanU here inafter named, and all of the following de icribed real estate and improvements thereon, snd all owners of or claimants to the same, known or unknown, to recover the tax and de^ Linquency aaseased to said JefendanU, theCen tral Pacific Railroad Company, against said property, for the fiscal year commencing on the First day of January, A. D. 1879. and ending on Lhe Thirty-first day of December. A. D. 1879, uid that s summons hss been duly issued in inch case ; and you are further notified, that unless you appear and answer the complaint Sled in the said cause, on ot before the 27th Uy of February, A. D. 1880. judgment will be taken against yon. snd the real estate and im provements herein described, for the amount >f tax and delinquency specified, and costa of init. Tax and delinquency against the following lefendanta, to wit: Central Pacific Railroad Company, md the following described real es iate and improvements thereon, situated in the county of Eureka, SUte of Nevada, to wit: Possessory and fee simple title in and to 85 50 00 miles of telegraph and railroad line, the feme being and forming a par', of the Central Pacific Railroad, situated in Eureka county, lUte of Nevada, and described as follows, to eit: Extending from the east line of Lander sonnty to th« west line of Elko county, a dis tance of 35 50-100 miles, assessed to the Central Pacific Railroad Company. Tax, Fifty-five hun Ired and Ninety-one and 25-100 dollars. Ten per *nt. delinquency on above tax, k lve hundred md Fifty.nine 12H-100 dollars. Twenty-five per cent, damages additional to said amount >f tax. and said ten per cent., amounting to DneThousand Three hundred and Ninety-seven ill(-100 dollars, all in United States gold coin. GEO W. MERRILL. District Attorney in and for Eureka county, Nevada. MATTHEW KYLE. 8heriffof Eureka Co.,Nev. By James F. Mason. Deputy. Eureka. January 22,1880. Jan23 td ~mm LAUNDRY, [OLD CONSOLIDATED BOARDING HOUSE) North toll llrMl. r HAVE AGAIN STARTED MY OLD BU8I 1- an In th« ftbov, uiiunl locality, ind Will br plrunl to n«el«« patron H® from any old frlradl Md customer*. __ ARTHUR McMAHON. tonki. DmmIm 1,1ST*. «9-tf FOB SALE AND TO LET._ For Bent or Sale. A Pomt-boomed HorsB ox jona A Spring street, with pantry, will rented «, »ld. For P«fculars apply tOj BISHOp Eureka. February 1». IS*-_fK>~tf Furnished Rooms to Let. SEVERAL XICELT FrRXTSHED B°OMS to let. at half the price* usually charged br other lodging houses The rooms and rery comfortable, and moat of them are furnished with store.. ^ pjjjyjjg. At the large brick bouae. North Buel street. Eureka. January 12. I**1-_J,nU lf House for Sale. Brice Hors* ox xob hill for sale —aouth of water-tank; two rooms, wood, shed and water Apply to the E. k C. Lumber January 12.1**-_i*°13 tf Booms to Rent. A S^d°US“ ^rM.n 2X * 'a,U m'r“ artn^t!1CU pp j w nirk ud Adams streets. Eureka. Janaary «■ IS* _i,n’ tf For Bent. . stork os rubThill, next door to Dr Lukens’ drug store, can be rented £££* FRANKLIN. Eur.Vt. Enrrk., D««>ber IS. 1979. <lfU'tf TO RENT. 1 SEW HOUSE, or THREE ROOMS, A ntutl^J Dfit to th, rwidMic ofjcJL Mitt Xyt«. Sob Hill. Apply on th, premlwo. Eui»k». duly 29, 1979. jy30-tf For Sale or to Let. The propertt sow occupied by Brctrn 4 Tassel as a shoe store, next door to tbs Wnite House. Main street. ■»***£*■ foT •ale or to let. Inquire of J. JACOBY, Eureka. January 14.1<*80. jan!5 tf For Sale, Cheap I a HOrSE AND LOT ON NORTH BELL A stre<t. Cedar Hill, immediately in rear of mr read-nee. By early application, a great bargain may be obtained G. M. PAYNE. Eureka. January 27,1880. jan28 tf FOR RENT, a SICE BUNNY ROOM. WELL ADAPTED for an office or bed-room. For particu lars apply *t this office. Icb8 tf FOR REISTT. House of four rooms to rent ; containing two closets and water. Fur nished or unfurnished, as desired. Apply at rear of the house adjoining Dr. Schneider's residence, three doors from the School House on Nob Hill. Eureka. January 12,1S80. janlS tf BUSINESS CARD. All Persons Owing Me on Book Account WILL PLEASE CALL AND SETTLE IMME DIATELY. WITH J. H. MI NDY, at the Old Store, —OB, WITH FRANK B. ALDEB&ON. at the Sen tlnel Office. W. H. CLARK. Eureka, Nov. 7, ir9 nov8tf SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. I WISH to give notice to the PUB lic that W. P. Haskell boys second-hand fur niture. and whenever he will not purchase, I will, and pay the highest price for it. SAM. FRIEDMAN. Eureka, February 10, 1880. fll-lm*. PRINTING. THE EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL IS DELIVERED BT CARRIERS Throughout Eureka and Ruby Hill, and la furnished by agents in all localities in Eastern Nevada. It is sent by mall to all parts of the country and the world. THE IDRSKA DULY SENTINEL IS A FIRST-CLASS DAILY PAPER, And is thoroughly identified with the best its teresta of the country, and all elasses of the people, from the HIKER, or the MECHANIC, to the MERCHANT or BANKER. It gives the LATEST NEWS, both telegraphic and otherwise, from all sec tions of the world. Everybody Reads It! THE EUM DAILY SENTINEL NEWSPAPER —AJfD— JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, Corner of Monroe and Bateman Sts. BUSINESS MEN. PROFESSIONAL MEN, PRACTICAL MEN, Are respectfully Invited to a careful inspection and criticism of our ADVERTISING COLUMNS. PRINTING DONE TO ORDER, WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH. —UPON TM*— Most Reasonable Terms AMD AT THE lowest cash rate A. 8K1LLVAN. GEO. W. CASSIDY CASSIDY 1 SKILLMAN, Proprietor*, MISCELLANEOUS._ COME OiVEMJI ILL!! >'D SEE MT NICE ASSORTMENT OF DOMESTIC A IMPORTED CIGARS, All kinds of TOBACCOS ; Pipes, from the com monest Clay to the very finest Meerschaum • Cigar and Cigarette Holders, and in fact a full line of Kmokem' Article*. Also, STATIONERY, Blank. Paaa and Time Books. A full assortment of the very best Pocket Knives, Albums, Music Boxes, Ouitars, Ac cordions. and s great number of other goods adapted for PRESENTS, Too numerous to mention, which I offer to aell at PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST! Come and see. and I will convince you of the facta above atated. I havs a nice SAMP LE ROOM In the rear, where you can get the choicest klnda of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. J. H. MICHEL. Eureka December 14.1878. dl CIGAR STORE, JACK PERRYS CORNER, JAKE HARRIS, Proprietor. Imported and Domestic Gigars Of choice brands, the beat to the market. Tobaeroa. t ie*retted, and Knaoker*' Articled, Etc. Eureka. September 1, 1879. al-tf HARTAPHELPS, MERCHANT TAILORS, Xo. 30« Market afreet, TP STAIRS SAM FRANCISCO, CAL W. E. DAVIDSON, Bookseller, Stationer and Newsdealer, POST-OFFICE BlTi.DIXU, Eb’REKA...NEVADA A FULL LINE OF Blank Books and Stationery Of every description kept constantly ou hand srBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED FOR Mew York Weekly, Illustrated Tlines. Mew Y’ork Ledger. Chimney Corner. Fireside Companion. Mew York Clipper, Family Story Paper, Harper's Weekly. Saturday Might, Leslie * Weekly, Police Gaiette, Police Mews, and other The Varieties, Eastern Periodicals, Which will be promptly delivered by carrier*. Eureka, October 30.1879. oc31-tf New M Wee® Ml. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. 11HE CIRCULATION OF THIS POPULAR newspaper ha* more than trebled during the past rear. It contains all the leading news contained in the Daily Herald, and ia arranged in handy departments. The Foreign News Embraces special dispatches from all quarters of the globe. Under the head of American News Are given the Telegraphic Dispatches of the week, from sll parts of the Union. This fea ture alone makes The Weekly Herald The moat valuable chronicle in the world, as It is the cheapest. Every week is given a faithful report of Political News, Embracing complete and comprehensive dis patches from Washington, including full re ports of the speeches of eminent politicians on the questions of the hour. The Farm Department Of the Weekly Herald gives the latest as well as the most practical suggestions and discover ies relating to the duties of the farmer, hints for Raiaing Cattle, Poultry, Orsin, Trees, Vege tables, etc., etc., with suggestions for keeping buildings and farming utenslla in repair. This ia supplemented by a well-edited department, widely copied, under the head of The Home, Giving recipes for practical dishes, hints for making clothing, and for keeping up with the latest fashions at the lowest prices. Every item of cooking or economy suggested in this department is practically tested by experts be fore publication. Letters from our Paris and London correspondents on the very latest fashions. The Home Department of the Weekly Herald will save the housewife more than one hundred times the price of the paper. The in terests of Skilled Labor Are looked after, and everything relating to mechanics and labor saving is carefully record ed. There is s page devoted to all the latest phases of the business markets, crops, mer chandise, etc., etc. A valuable feature Is found in the specially reported prices and conditions of the Produce Market. Sporting News, at home and abroad, together with a Story every week, a Sermon by some eminent divine. Literary, Musical, Dramatic, Per-on a l and Ska Notes. There is no paper in the world which contains so much news matter every week as the Weekly Hkkald, which ia sent, postage free, for One Dollar. You can subscribe at any time. The New York Herald IN A WEEKLY FORM, One Dollar a Year. Address, Mew York Herald, dcdO] Broadway and Ann atrect. New York. DISTRICT COURT SUMMONS. IN THE DISTRICT COCRT OF THE SIXTH Judicial District, in and for Eureka county, Htate of Nevada. The Mate of Nevada sends greeting to ELIZABETH A. COX. You are hereby required to appear in an action com menced against you as defendant by PETER R. COX, as plaintiff, in the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District, in and for the county of Eureka. State of Nevada, at the town of Eureka, and answer the complaint therein, which la on file with the Clerk of said Court, within ten days after the service on you of this summons (exclusive of the day of service). If served iu said county, or twenty days tf served out of said county but within this District, and In all other cases forty days; or Judgment by default will be taken agaiuat you, according to the prayer of said complaint. The aald action is brought to recover judg ment against you, the said defendant, for a decree of divorce dissolving the bonds of matri mony heretofore and now existing between you and plaintiff, on the grounds of adultery and desertion on your part; and awarding to plain tiff the custody of the miuor child Arthur Cox, the Issue of aaid marriage, and for costa of suit, all of which will more fully appear by refer ence to the comp aint filed In this action. And you are hereby notified, that if you fail to ap pear and answer the said complaint as above required, the aaid plaintiff will take ■ default and apply to the Court for the relief in aaid complaint demanded. In testimony whereof, I. E R. Dodge, have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of suld Court, this 17th dsy of February, A. D.. 1880 [•MAh.) E. R. DODOS. Clerk District Court. Sixth Judicial District. Eureka County, Nevada. By E- M. Bell, Deputy. C.O. Hubbard, Attorney for plaintiff. fl8-td A HEW ESTABLISHMENT” I WOULD INFORM MY FRIENDS AND OLD custom.!-, that I .m .gain In bu.inesa, and have opened a RAHBEH'd “HOP end BATH KoOMS on Main street. Juat above the Inter national Hotel, and wonld aak a continuance of the patronage extended to me In ttmee peat. __ . _ . HENRY CASEY. Eureka. December 11,1*T». delS-tt delinquents._ tlbimMMig Company, Uncle Sam Mining Company, Consolad*a«a as tbe ALBION CONSOLIDATED MINING COMPANY Stockholders of the ai.bion min ing COMPANY And of the UNCLE BAM MINING COMPANY, Are hereby notified thAt the Atock of the ALBION CONSOLIDATED MINING COMPANT 1a now ready for insnaiiCA. In exchange for Albion Mining Company and Uncle Bam Mining Company atock, abare tor ahare, at the olllca of the Company, Boorna « and 7, No. 327 Pine atreet. Ban Franclaco, Cali fornia. By order of the Board* "£!(AL Jams sot Secretary. Notice of Assessment. Albion Minins Company, mrle Ram Minins Company, Consolidated as tbe Alblou Consolidated Min lug Company* Albion consolidated mining com pact —Location of principal place of business • San Francisco, California ; location of works: Eureka District, Nevada. Nctice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the 15th day of January, 1880, an as essment (No. 1) of ten (10) cents per share was levied upon the capital atock of the corporation, payable immediately, In United States gold coin, to tbe Secretary, at the office of the Company. Rooms 6 and 7, No. 827 Pine street, Ssn Francisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the TWENTY-SEVENTH (27th) day of FEBRUARY. 18*0. will he delin. quent and advertised for sale at public anction, and unless payment is made before, will be aold on FRIDAY, the TWENTY-SIXTH (26tli) day of MARCH. 1880, to pay the delinquent as sessment, together with costs of advertising and expense* of sale. By order of the Board of Directors. D. F. VERDENAL, Secretary. Office—Rooms 6 and 7, 327 Pine street, Ssn Francisco, California. ja»15 td Assessment Notice. 'VTORTHWESTERN CONSOLIDATED MIN J^j ing Company. Location of principal place of business. Eureka, Eureka county. Nevada. Notice ia hereby given, that at a meet ing of the Board of Trustees, held on the 14th day of February, 1880, an aaaeaament (No. 3) of One (1) Cent per ahare waa levied upon the capital atock or the corporation, payable immediately, to the Secretary, at the office of W. H. Remington & Co.. Main street, Eureka. Nevada. Any atock upon which this aaaeaament shall remain unpaid on the Fourteenth 114th,1 dayof March. 1880. will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction: and unlesa payment is made before, will be sold on SATURDAY, the TENTH (10th) DAY OF APRIL. 1880, to pay the delinquent aaaeaament, together with coats of advertising and expenses of aale. By order of the Board of Trustee*. O. J. SCANDLAND, Secretary. Eureka, Nev., February 14.1880. feblS-td Assessment Notice. T>HENIX SILVER MINING COMPANY.-LO X CATION of principal place of business,San Francisco, California ; location of works, Eu reka District, Eureka County. Nevada. Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the 19th day of January, 1880, an aaaeaament, No. 22. of thirty cents per ahare waa levied upon the cap ital atock of the corporation, payable imme diately in United States gold coin, to the Sec retary, at the office of the Company. Rooms 6 and 7, No. 327 Pine street. San Francisco, Cali fornia. . Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the twenty-sixth day of February, 1880, will be delinquent, and adver tised for aale at public ao< turn ; and unless payment ia made before, will be sold on FRI DAY. the TWENTY-SIXTH day of MARCH, 1880, to pay the delinquent assessment, togt Utt er with coats of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Directors. D. F. VERDENAL, Secretary. Office—Room* 6 and 7 , 327 Pine street. Ham Francisco. California. )u22-td Assessment Notice. JACKSON MIXING COMPANY -LOCATION of principal place of business, San Fran cisco, California: location of work*, Ku reka Mining District, Eureka county. State of Nevada.—Notice ia hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the 10th day of February. 1880. an assessment (No. 11) of One Dollar per share waa levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immediately, in t'nited State* gold coin* to the Secretary, at the office of the Company, Room* 4 and 5. No. 408 California street, San Francisco. California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 10th day of March, 880, will he delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction; and unieas payment is made before, will be sold on THE FIFTH PAY OF APRIL. 1880, to pay the de linquent assessment, together with coats of ad vertising and expensea of sale. By order of the Board of Directors. CHA8 N HHaW. Secretary. Office—No. 406 California street, Booms 4 and 5, San Francisco, California. tli-td Notice to Delinquent Co-owners In the Blrllng Mine. TO JAMES LARRAWAY : You and your rep resentatives and successors in interest, are hereby notified that I have performed work and labor on the Blrllng mine and ledge, situ ated in the Cortez Mining District, Eureka county, Nevada, to the amount and value of one hundred ($100) dollars In United States gold coin, during the past yesr. to wit: From the mouth of January, A. D. 1h79, up to Janu ary 1, 1880, the same being one hundred dollars for said yesr. That your proportion of the cost of said work and labor for the said year ia as follows, to wit: James Larraway. 700 feet. $50 00 And you and your representatives and succes sors, and each of you, are hereby notified that if you fall to contribute your said proportion of the cost of said labor and work within ons hundred and eighty (180) days from the date thereof, your interest in said Blrllng mine and ledge will become the property of the under signed, your co owner in said mine, who has made the said expenditures and performed aaid work and labor, in accordance and by virtu© of the laws of Congress, section 2,824 of the Re vised Statutes of the United States. HENRY OSBORN. Co-owner. Eureka, Nev., January 2, 1880. Jan8-90d Notice to Delinquent Co-Owner la the Pittsburg Mine. TO PETER JOHNSON : You and your rep resentatives and successors in iuterest are hereby notified that I have performed work and labor on the Pittsburg Mine and ledge, sit us ted in the Eureka Mining District, Eureka county, Nevada, to the amount and value of two hundred dollars ($200) in United States fold coin, during the paat two years, to wit : rom the mouth of January, A. D. 1878, to and including the year A. D. 1879, the same being one hundred dollars ($100) for each year. That your proportion of the coat of said work and labor for the aaid two years is as follows, to wit: Peter Johnson.600 feet $06 66S And you and your representative# and suc cessors, and each of you, are hereby notified that if you fall to contribute your said propor tion of the coat of aaid labor aud work within one hundred and eighty (180) days from the date hereof, your interest in ssid Pittsburg Mine and ledge will become the property of the undersigned, your co-owner in aaid mine, who baa made the said expenditures, and per formed said work and labor, in accordance and by virtue of the laws of Congress, Section 2,824 of the Revised Statutes of the United States. W. H. TAYLOR, Co-owner. Eureka, Nev., December 26,1879. d27-90d Notice to Delinquent Co-Owner !■ the Daniel O'Connell Mine. TO JAMES M. COLLINS : YOU AND YOUR representatives, and successors in interest •re hereby notified that we have performed work and labor on the Daniel O'Connell mine, situated on the southerly side of Freemau Hill, and near the canyon dividing Ruby Hill from Freeman Hill, in the Eureka Mining District, Eureka county, Nevada, to the amount aud value of $480 in U. 8. gold coin, during the fast four years, to wit : From the month of anusry, 1876, to and Including January 1.1880, the same being $120 for each Tear ; that your proportion of the coat of said work aud labor for the said four years, la $120. Aud you aud your representatives, and successors, are here by notified that If you fall to contribute your said proportion of the coat of said labor and work withloone hundred and eighty days from the date hereof, your Interest In said Daniel O'Connell mine and ledge will become the property of the undersigned, your co-owners in said mine, who have made the said expendi tures and performed said work and labor, in accordance and by virtue of the laws of Con gress. Section 2,824 of the Revised Statutes of the United States. HENRY DRISCOLL, FRED. BARNES. Eureka, Nev., February 2.1880. feb8 90d ULHEA D«. LETTERHEADS and Cards, printed al the Essrmrai, Office •t reduoad prices applications fob patent APPLICATION FMIPITtn' J'SSSTSS^SS^tA i?“S*,3 »• AW.-Notlc* i. hereby tivi .,4*' Brrnr Mile. Hogxn, Tho,. iiro»n ’w “ ? ghf? *nd D J- * McLxughlin.whow™.^ '•“»» *• Roby Hlll,N*Y»d», filed their eppllcetlon for • pxtent ft, «5,d,y iine*r fe-»«' »•- ejssr dated lode, mine, or vein bearing ,*iv„,n*d!; anrface ground all hundred (COO) f,.,t in .Ituate.Tylng ,Dd being In Eur.k.Mlulna 1,9’ trlct. County of Eureka and State ,if Ney^f, b!*: known ana designated by the field u,“J'J“d official pl.t on file In this office „ ? ! No. Two Hundred and HI I ,.205, * b'1* exterior boundariea of said Lot \0 ofic, i... а. follow., to wit: Variation l«* degr^. e!°f Beginning at a poat marked No* 1 n s e“‘ vey No 200, whence Ruby Hill No. 1 b«~» S deg W 1,045 feet ; the flagstaff in it,,. I Eureka beara N 53 deg 54 min E 10,050 f,,t °! 970 feet. Thence Tunning int ... ” 8 32* degree. W 1.008 1 ft fee, northeastern boundary of D. 8. m'rvrv v 112. Original Baltic Lode, whence post No said Original Baltic survey bears N 22k dev w « 5-1# f^t. 1,234 MO feet, to the boundary.! ..id Original Baltic survey j2 feet to the northeastern boundary of r u ‘ J5 vey No ill. Hi;ver Htste lode, whence dmi tE* б. of said Silver Htate survey, bears N 29k d*» W 467 2-10 feet. l.fiOO feet to post marked Nn o C.8. survey No. 20*. Them ! 01* deg W 30 4-10 fret, to the w,®* boundary of said Silver Htate survev 600 i*.!? to post marked No. 3 U. H. aurvey No '**’ Thence, 3d course, N 3254 B 1,600 feet to Dost marked No. 4, U. H. survey No.206; and then™ 4th courae, H 61 5* E 600 feet to post No 1 tlfe place of beginning. Ho much of this survev u conflicts with U. 8. survey No. Ill, Silver Hint*, lode, and No. 112, Original Baltic lode, is here by excluded. Hai I conflict* are described •• follows : Conflict with U. 8 survey No m Silver Htate lode, beginning at post No 2 of this survey, No. 206, and miming theme 1st course. N 6154 deg W 39 4-10 feet; thence 2d course. N 29 54 deg W 533 feet, to poat No 4 of said Hi 1 ver State aurvey; thence, 3d course V 60 k deg E 200 feet, to post No. 5 of said Silver State survey; thence. 4th course. H 29k dea v 467 2-10 feet, and thence, 5th course, h 32k dea W 205 feet, to the place of beginning Conflict with U. 8. survey No 112. Original Baltic l«de beginning at post No. 3 of said Original Baltic aurvey. and running thence. 1st course. N 605* deg E 200 feet, to post No. 4 of said Original Baltic survey ; thence, 2d course. 8 295* deg E 97 5-10 feet ; thence. 3d courae. 8 325* d**g W 226 feet, and thence, 4th course, N 29k deg f qqj 7-10 feet to plat* of beginning, which tracta being excluded from this survey, leave* r©. maining 17 54-100 acres. This claim is bounded on the south and east by the Original Baltic and the Silver State lodes. The location of this mine la duly recorded In the Recorder'* Office of Eureka Mining District, Eureka county Nevada, on pages 160 and 197 in Book r, of the Mining Records of said Eureka Mining Dia. trlct. Any and all persona claiming adversely any portion of said Hope Consolidated mine, or said mining ground as hereinbefore described, are required to file their adverse claim with the Register of the United States Land Office, at Eureka, in the Htate of Nevada, during the aiaty days' period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provision* of the statute. Jan30-60d JA8. Me MARTIN, Register. APPLICATION FOR A PATENT rpO THE PAH8AYUNK MINE-No 548. M. TT. 8. Land Office, Eureka. Nevada, Janu. ary 5. 1880.—Notice la hereby given that the Passayuuk Gold and Silver Mining Company, by Ita duly authorized agent. M O. Cavanaugh, whose poatofflce address is Eureka, Nevada, has this day filed hi* application for a patent for fifteen hundred (1,600) linear feet of the Pnssa* junk mine or vein bearing ailver, with surface ground six hundred (600) feet in width, situate, lying and being in White Pine Mining District, County of W hite Pine, and Htate of Nevada, and known and designated by the field notea and official plat on file ill this •■ffice ** lot N». one hundred and four (104) The exterior boundaries of said lot No. 104 being as follows, | to wit Variation 16 d« gre« s east Comment ing at a post marked No. 1. U. 8. Survey No. 104, whence the section corner at the southwest eor ner of section 31, tow nship 16 north range 53 eaat, M. D M., beam 8. 46 degrees 44 min W. 2.666 feet. Poat No. 4 < f V. 8. Survey No. 47 California lode bears N. 79 degrees 40 min K. 462 feet, ami the abaft upon this lode bear* X. 74H degrees W 301 feet. Thence running, first course, N. 77 % degrees W. 6N> feet *0 |*>st mark ed No. 2, V. 8. Survey No. PH. Thence second course N. 121* degrees E. 1,600 feet to post marked No. B, P. 8. Survey No 104. Theme third course 8. 771* degrees E COO feet to post marked No. 4, LT 8. Survey No 104; and them e fourth course 8.121* degree* W. 1,500 feet to post No. 1, the pla* « of beginning, containing 20 #6-100 acres This claim is bounded on neither end by any known claimant. The nearest mine is the Cali'oral a. The location of this mine is duly recorded in the Recorder * office of White Pine Mining District, on page —. It book —, of the mining records of said District. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Passayuuk mine, or said mill ing gn»uud as hereinbefore des* rtbed, are re quired to file their adverse »laltn with the Register of the t nited Htatea l and 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 provision* of the statute. Jn6-60d JAMES M< MARTIN. Register. APPLICATION FOR A PATENT rpu THK CAROLINE MINE.— V*. 546 — J. United Hutea Land office. Eureka. I>e cember 6. 1879. Notice i* hereby given that Kverta & Co. and Simon Fisher. whose Post office address la Hamilton, Nevada, have thla day filed their application for a patent for 1,000 linear feet of tb* Caroline mine or vein bearing silver, with surface ground two hun dred feet in width, situate, lying and leing in Whit* Pine Mining District, County of It hit* Pine, and State of Nevada, and known and des ignated by tb* field notes and official plat on file in this office as Lot Number 38. The exte rior boundaries of aald I-ot No. 38 being a* fol lows, to wit: Variation 16 deg 3»* inin east. Commencing at a post marked No. 1,C. S Sur vey No. 3*. whence U. S monument No. 6 bear* N 72 deg W, 7.490 feet; the section corner;?»©• IUOB to Sections 2 and 3, T 15 N, R 67 E, ana Section, 3- and 35. T 15 N, 11 67 F, <*•" *■ JJ dr* 45 lulu K. 1,1**) feet; tlir old Amador abut bear. N 33 dr* 16 u.lu Jt. 373 trrl *ud the ««• covery tunnel on thla claim hears H 80 deg «W min W, 294 feet. Thence, running let course, B 24 deg W, 1,000 feet, t«* poat No. 2. I J* vey No. 38 2d course, N 66 .leg W, 200 feet, to poat No. 3, U. H. Survey No. 3m. 3d course, N 14 deg E, 1.000 feet, to post No. 4, t.S. No. 38; 4th course, 8 66 deg E, 200 fe«t, to place of beginning, containing 4 6-10 «*••• This claim is bounded on the north by in* Silver Chamber mining claim, a relocation or the Amador. The location of thia mine * dn J recorded in the Recorder's office of Whl*• T*® Mining District, in Book J. page d«<. of, «*• mining records of said district- Any • . persons claiming adversely any portion of Caroline min*, or aald ruining ground M ‘i<rr inhefnre desrril>ed. are required to file,111 , adverse claim with the Register of the l n‘*eu States Land Office, at Eureka, in the Mate oi Nevada, during the sixty days' I*rioil of publi cation hereof, or they will b* barred by virtua of tha provision* of the statute. d7-60d JAMES Mi MAliTIX. Be*Utn^ Notice to Delinquent Co-owners TO M. O. CAVANAUGH AND TO DAN FO UtT. bla Kranlee : You .«d yok Of ) » •re hereby notified th»t I have P*rt“cw,^’ ueceaaery work required by the *re», on that certain uilulu* oUlia the Geueral Scott lulue. tUu.lfil nr«r A. »io Bill.In Furrka Minin* rfatrlct. »>retar«M*y. Nevada, for the year* 1*70. 1*3 and 1 .. that your proportion of the amount labor la*80.0B par year. mMrip*. t» * V, r.ll to dollar*, and you art- notified that If you pay tb. ..Id auiu of $90.(10 within HOdaya"°“ the aervlce upon you of thla noth e, > tereat In raid mining ground will *>•£“*• property. JOHN McKENNA-< Eureka, January 29, 1889. ‘ _ Notice to Delinquent oo-owueio In tbe Republic? Mine. rpo JAM EH BBOPHY A VP J. Bl’1'1;'!* u' 1 You and each of you, and your rep . tivea and aucceaaora, lu lutereat.i,r J, |,e notified that I have performed. or'*",,fr Wic performed, work and labor on the Hepim^ Mine and I.edge, aitnated on Jr‘‘“P£ (tithe tain, near the head of New York Canyon. In w Eureka Mining Diatrlct, Eureka »un y. - located April 20, 11.70, and recorded In the tu^ trlct Mining Kecorde, Book P. P*E. a ,* c. •«, 1*70. to the amount and value “t * ^[( H. gold coin, during the paat tlx I ' J „nd wit: From the month of Ortohrr, lKlt. to .1^ Including January 1. lO-O. tlie ,1f“l rruriortloca for each yean that your reapecttve proP „|d of the cost of .aid work and 1.' or, for the alx («) jeara, la aa follow., to wit. Name., Vo. Ft. Vo. Yra, ToEAmt. Jaa Brophy.... 200 • *120 00 And you aud each of you.apdj-cor no tlve. and aucceaeora In '“VjI^tiTnd your llhed that If you fall to ;-,.ntrlhute*n^p.y aald raapectlve pr .portion, of *hc ct labor and work, within «>• t “1*if e«* of law, your tntereata. and the Intartml j| („■ you. In aald Republic mine and ledg . f c0. come tbe property of the nnderaig . ^ owner tu ..Id mine, who h,.. made iite a penditurea and performed, or ia' 1(.(Jl|lin(.e end byrTi?tu'e*lofWthi tow« of Congre«n mvfthekrvhr,,^ Eureka, Nev., l'1 1KW A niERTWK IX JHK J1 A Bsirrmtie, the in lutm Irrftdtv