Eureka JDailg Sentinel.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
RTAPLM ASH FAMCY
Chicago Hams and Breakfast Bacon,
Sugar cured, always on hand.
NEW BUILDING-OLD STAND,
Main rtrcet, Notth of Clark, Eureka, Nevada.
E. R. DODGE,
Eureka, February 1,1880. feb3 if
M. L. GREGOVICH,
"VTEXT TO THE PEOPLE’S MARKET. WILL
keep constantly on hand all kinds of
and in fact, everything generally found in a
flat-claas family market.
EUREKA AND PALISADE
IfEW ARRANUEMENTS I
On and after December 29,1879,
■A. FAST TK.AIN
WILL RUN FOR
PuMngen, Ralls, and Express
ONLY, AND WILL
Leave Eunice dally at.4.00 a. u.
Arrive at Pellaade at. 8:80 a. u.
Making connection with
East and West Round Trains or tbe
t'eutral Pad lie Railroad.
Leave Palleade dallv at......3:45 p. X,
Arrive at Eureka at.8:30 p. n
t'lvlghl and Accommodation Tralut
Louvre Eureka dally at.600 a. II.
Arrives at Pelleede at.3:30 p. n.
Leaves Pellaade daily at.0:30 a. K.
Arrives at Eureka at.5:40 p. u
WILL DELIVER FUEIU1IT AT
And all points aoutli, by ite teams, with can
and dtapatch, awl at tbe lowest retea.
P. EVERTS, Ueuer»l Sup’t.
Eureka. December 39.18T9.
EUREKA, HAMILTON ADD PIOCHE
MI.1IKK dc MAUBBPRY, Propr’s.
CCONNECTING WITH THE EUREKA AND
J Palisade Railroad.
Leases Eureka for
HAMILTON. WARD and PIOOHE,
Every morning, at 7 o'clock.
Leave.* Plochefor Ward, Hamilton and Eureka
every day, at 7 o'clock a. m.
Carrying U. 8. If all and Walla, Fargo A Oo'a
Fine American horaes and new Concord
Offlce at the Poatofl&oe. mil
No Bumbug I
PBTEI.BR HEREBY INFORMS THE
• public that he baa kept correct town
"time for tt»e last five years—the same being 2C
minutes fast of Han Francisco time—which I
olosely observe by telegraph. There is no more
correct time at present than there was in the
peat; besides, I have a very fine Regulator,
which la a Correct time-keeper.
^ v . P. MTELEit.
Eureka, March 10, 18S0. mrll lw
Regll & Waldvogel’a
PURE MILK AND CREAM I
SWAVED IN ANT QUANTITY TO SUIT
FlffHM Willing Milk or Omni, ou notify
thw drlTWW. of our w»#ou..
REOLI A WALDVOOEL,
Buraks, Sov.niW lu ik7h. ngg
HART I PHELPS,
Ms. SOS Market street,
SB STAIRS SAN FRANCISCO, CAL
* A NEW ESTABLISHMENT.
J WOULD INFORM MY FRIENDS AND OLD
ouloaMt that I am again In bualueaa, au<3
*0 obi—d a BARBER'S SHOP and BATH
Boon OB Main atreet, juat above the Inter
mattoael Motel, and would aak a continuance of
the pair OB age extended to me In tlmea peat.
_ . . HENRY OABEY.
Banka, December It, 1819. del3-tf
ll PERSONS indebted to me are
„_. FHILtIF PARONI.
Man* l*. MM aulltw
JEWELRY, WATCHES, ETC.
OF EASTERN NEVADA.
Haiti street, Eureka, Sev.9
Keeps constantly on hand a new
and well selected stock of the latest pat
Cold and Silver Watches,
Gold Chains, very fine Jewelry, all so’id gold,
of all kinds; solid Silver and plated Ware, and
Of every description; all of which he
guarantees to be of the best quality, and
F '^warranted as represented, and which be
Xtax offers to sell at 25 per cent, less than
any other house in Eastern Nevada.
Also, a good assortment of Pebble, Concave
and Convex SPECTACLES and EYE-GLASSES.
Please call and examine my magnificent
stock of goods before purchasing elsewhere.
No trouble to show goods. Prices to suit '
TWO DOCKS ABOVE THE WHITE PINE COUNTY BANK,
Special Attention Paid to Watch
Watches repaired, cleaned and war-^^^
ranted for one year. New jewelry made
to order and repaired. v^y
All orders from the country promptly attend
ed to. P. STELER.
Eureka, January 5,1880. JanC tf
WITCH AND CLOCK
Jeweler and Optician,
Keeps constantly on hand a well selected stock
By VjOW Prices anil strictly Holiest
deal In if will malie lit* cn>
tabllslimeiit the Malsou
Ue t'on fiance ol’
TWENTY YEARS7 EXPERIENCE.
tOT Twenty years’ experience in the very first
chronometer, watch and clock making estab
lishments of Dresden,Paris, London, Shanghai.
Yokohama and San Franoisco, n complete set of
machinery necessary for the manufacture and
repair of nil kinds of time-keeping instru
ments, combined with the fart that I refund
any money if lever should fail to give entire
satisfaction, will be a fair guarantee that none
but first-class work will leave my hands
Eureka, February 10,1880. fll-tf.
MEDICINE AND PHYSICIANS.
DR. SPINNEY &CO-9
No. 11 Kearny Afreet,
WHEAT ALL OHBONIO AND SPECIAL
Who may be suffering from the effects of youth
ful follies or Indiscretions will do well to svsil
themselves of this, the greatest boon ever laid
at the feet of suffering humauity. Dr. 8piu
ney will guarantee to forfeit ftve hundred dol
lars for every esse of weakness or private dis
ease of any kind or character which he under
takes and falls to cure.
There are many at the age of thirty to sixty
who are troubled with too frequent evacuation
of the bladder, often accompanied by a alight
smarting or burning sensation, and a weaken
ing of the system in a monuer the patient can
not accouut for. On examining the uriuary
deposits a ropy sediment will often be found,
and sometimes small particles of albumen will
appear, or the color will tw of a thin lullkish
hue, again changiug to a dark and torpid ap
ttearance. There • are many men who die of
his 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
Office Hours—10 to 4 and tl to 8. Sundays
from 10 to 11 a. m. Consultation free. Thor
ough examination and advice, 86.
Call or address DR. SPINNEY k 00.,
No. 11 Kearny St., San Francisco.
CHJNESE CURE8 !
DR. MEN LEE,
The Celebrated Chinese Physician,
18 PREPARED TO TREAT PATIENTS IN
the most scientific manner. He has made
medicine Uia lifetime study, and cures almost
every disease. He cures rheumatism in a
short time. He has new remedies for all
SPECIAL DISEASES, and cau curs them very
quickly. His medicines are all given hot. He
uses no cold remedies. He has made a number
of astonishtug cures, and all persons ailing
should at once coiusult him. Chronic diseases
yield readily to his remedies, and cures where
many others have failed.
NOTICE—I am a graduate of the medical
School of Canton.
OFFICE—Red Building, weat aide of Monroe
street. Jel if
DR. CHIN CAM,
I^HE CELEBRATED CHINESE PHYSICIAN
woqfd auuouuce to the people of Eureka
that he treats successfully all diseases to
which the flesh is heir.
Chronic lMurancs of all kinds yield
to his saperlor skill, t'harges
•GF'Can be consulted at the atoreof Wing
Chung, Monroe street.
Eureka, Sept, lfl, 1879. al7*tf
RUBY HILL OPERA HOUSE.
rpHIS PROPERTY BAS BEEN MADE TBk
COZIEST OPERA HOUSE
la the State, at e large expeoee, and partlea de
alrona of engaging It for Theatrical or other
Entertainmeata, can do eo by applying at ary
aalnon at Baby BUI.
1»Iff_ JAMES KYLE.
ATKINSON A DEMING,
IMPORTINC TAILORS I
Wo. 10S Stale Street.
JnlT.tf ROCKFORD, ILL. >
The undersigned offhr to the
public their handsomely illustrated work,
“Eureka and Ils Resources.”
MAILED FREE to any Address for $1.00
-THIS IS THE
FIRST, BEST AND FULLEST
History and Review of Eureka District, ever
put iu print.
Tlie Book Contain* 125 panes, and Is
IT HAS AN EXHAUSTIVE ACCOUNT OF
the miniii!' development of the District,
and contains information which cannot be con
densed into a painphl. t or newspaper.
I. AM HE in M OL l NELLI & CO.,
mr/3 tf 1 ubliahera.
COME ONE MCOME ALL!!
^ND SEE MY NICE ASSORTMENT OF
DOMESTIC & IMPORTED CIGARS,
All kinds of T0BACC08 ; Pipes, from the com
monest Clay to the very finest Meerschaum;
Cigar and Cigarette Holders, and in fact a full
line of .Smokers' Articles.
Also, STATIONERY, Blank. Pass and Time
A full assortment of the very best Pocket
Knives, Albums, Music Boxes, Guitars, Ac
cordions, and a great number of other goods
Too numerous to mention, which 1 offer to
PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST I
Come and see. and I will convince you of the
facts above stated.
I have a nice
S A.XA.J? LE ROOM
In the rear, where you can get the choicest
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
J. H. MICHEL.
Eureka December 14,1878. dl
B. REINHART. J. P. EDOFF
REINHART & CO.
Dealers in Whole and Ground
IB .A. IR, Xj IE IT,
tT.OUl, WHEAT, BKAN AND
Barley Ground to Order.
AGENTS FOB THE
PLOWS, MOWERS, REAPERS,
And all kinds of
All Goods delivered to any part ®f town fret
OF! ICE—North Main Street, next door to the
Iron Hall. Eureka. Nev. Jeltf
Popular Jewelry Store!!
(Opposite J.A. Paxton k Go.'a Bank.)
Keeps constantly on hand a fine
stock of gold and silver watches, clocks,
jewelry, diamond* and silverware, gold pens,
gold and silver penholders, of which I have the
agency; gold, silver, steel and rubber spectacles
and eye-glasses. I have the best selection of
spectacles and eye-glasses in Eureka, as I make
those articles a specialty. Watches, docks,
jewelry, mathematical and astronomical ma
chines repaired, and all work warranted or no
charge made. ,* STRAUS.
Eureka, January 20,1879. jan21 tf
WELLS, FIRM Sl CO.’S
Will, H«reHUer, Open at HALF
BAM Flou r o'clock, A. H., no,l
Alone at Flour o'clock, »*. II.,
Ed. Wilhelm’s Time.
Eureka and Palisade Railroad Time will also
be kept iu the Office.
Eureka, Nevada, March 9, 1880. mrlO-tf
Buel Street, Fnroka, Nevada.
Finest Hall in Eastern Nevada.
700 SEATING CAPACITY 700
•F The Hall In Complete In Keener?
ami btiige Anpulailmeuta,
THEATRICALS, BALLS AND PARTIES.
Dates now open. Terms reasonable.
KIRKKA HALL COMPANY
Eureka, Maroh 9, 18»0. mrlO-tf
ROBY HILL WATER WORKS.
! Capacity of Taukn, 400,000 OhIIouh.
ALL NOW FULL.
IITATEK WILL BE FURNISHED IN RUBY
T T Hill, In any desired quantities, at all
seasons of the year, at a uniform rate, and
lower than can be furnished from any other
source. Water delived twice daily to private
families, miners'eablua, saloons, etc. Tickets
ranging from ft If to Ob cents apiece, will be
aold at the oAce of the Company, on Ruby
Hill. W. B. HARRUB, Proprietor.
T. W. PEARSON. Superintendent.
Check no. hi, drawn march h. isho, by
John Torre In favor of Wm. Gulliford,
was lost iu Eureka on We neadav, March 10th.
The check was drawn for $*200. All persona are
cautioned against negotiating for the tame, as
payment has been stopped.
Eureka. March 10. 18*0. rnrll if
I HAVE A NUMBER OF CHOICE, YOUNG
and gentle milch cow. heifer* and oatvea;
alao, young and gentle horaaa, wagnna and bar,
naan, .-hi- h I wlah t" di-poae of at private aale
and at very reaaonalda prlcee. Apr particular,
apply to * G. M AU
At the Monte Chrieto mill. White Pine county,
at home. Sample,
free. AddreM Slot
State of Nevada, )
County of Eleeka. J
Dxstbtct Attobnet b office. )
Notice of suits commenced, to the
following miuied defend an h and to all
owners of or claimants to the real estate, and
improvement* thereon, or improvement* when
assessed separately in the county of Eureka,
State of Nevada, hereinafter described, known
or unknown :
Yon are hereby notified that snits have been
commenced in the Justice’s Court of Eureka
Township, town and county of Eureka, State
of Nevada, by the State of Nevada, plaintiff,
against e«ch of the defendants hereinafter
named, and each of the following described
tracts or pan els of land, with the improve
ments thereon, and improvement* when as
sessed Separately, and all owners of or claim
ants to the same, known or unknown, to re
cover the tax snd delinquency assessed to Paid
lefendants again*! said property, for the fiscal
year commencing Janusry 1st, A. D. 1879,
and ending December 31st, A. D. 1879, and
that a summon* has been d;ly issued in
each case ; and you are fnr'her notified, that
unlens you appeur and answer the complaint
filed in said cause, on or before the 21st
day of April, A. D. 1880. judgment will be
taken against you. and the real estate and im
provements her* in described, for the amount
of tax and delinquency specified, and costs of
A. Boland—Tax and delinquency on lot
block 6 of the McCoy survey ot the
town of Eureka, county of Eureka,
State of Nevada, and improvements
thereon and p< rsonal prop* -ty.$104 W
Peter Btmzzi—Tax and delinquency on
lot No. 17, in block No. •«. of the Mon
roe survey <>1 the town of Eureka, coun
ty of Eureka. Nevada, and improve
ments then ou and personal prop
Geo. A. Hill—l ax and delinquency on
possessory interest in and to a tract of
agricultural and gr zing land situ
ated ou the west side of Diamond val
ley. about 31 miles northerly from the
town of Eureka, in Eureka county,
State of Nevada, known as the Shipley
ranch. ami iescrihed as follows, to wit:
Jieing the southeast hi of section 24,
township 24 north, range 62 east, con
taining 150 acres ; south hi of quarter
section 18. township 24 north, range 63
east, containing 80 acres; southeast hi
of northwest hi section 19, township 24
north, range 63 east, containing 40
acres ; southwest hi of northwest hi
section 19, township 24 uorth, range 63
east, containing 40 acres; south hi of
northwest hi section 24, township 24
north, range 53 oast, containing 80
acres; northeast hi of northwest hi
section 2i township 24 north, range 53
east, containing 40 acres; northwest hi
of southwest hi section 24, township
21 north, range 53 east, containing 40
acres ; southeast hi of southwist hi
section 24, township 24 north, range 53
east, coutaiug 40 acres; northwest hi of
northeast hi section 24, township 24
n* rtli, range 63 east, containing 40
acres; east hi of southeast hi section23,
township 24 north, range 53 east, con
taining 80 acres, and improvements
thereon and person si property.$128 49
GEO W. M Eli KILL.
District Attorney in and for Eureka county,
Sheriff Eureka county, Nevada.
Eureka, March It', lnfeO. mrl7
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L. I. RUTH,
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Salt Lake City, Utah.
P. Sctattler’s Clicap lapis!
Buckeye reapers and mowers.
Sweepstakes Thresher*. Furat A Bradley
Gang, Sulky and Mirring Plows. South Beud
Ohilhd Plow*, Buekeye Grain Drills, Sulkv
Hay Rakes. Hay Presses, Feed Cutter, and all
kiuds latest improved
RON. STEEL. HORSE 4 MULE SHOES 4 WAGON MATERIAL.
Eureka. February 7, 1880. febstf
A RARE CHANCE.
ON ACCOUNT OF ILL HEALTH.
MRS. M. A. ASHIM
(Corner of Bateman and Duel streets.)
The House U well furnished and doing a
good bustn»*Ms, and cau be rented with or
without the f urniture.
For particular*, apply on the premise#
Eureka, October IN, 1N7D. oclfMf
NOTICE TO JRAVELERS.
PARTIES DESIRING PASSAGE TO HAIL
WAY Station# will please procure ticket,
•t the Jacksou House, or at the Fashion Stable*
aiul leave order# to be called.
W. H. SWEENEY A 00..
ocl4-tf Pus Proprietor*
Alt. persons knowing themselves
indebted to A. W. Campbell, are request
ed to make immediate payment and save pay
in* coaU. A. W. CAMPBELL.
Eureka, January T, U80. Jenft tf
Delinquent Sale Notice.
JACKSON MINING COMPANY. — LOCA
tlon of principal place of business, 40b
California street, Man Francisco, California ;
location of works. Eureka, Nevada.
Notice —There are delinquent upon the fol
lowing described stock, on account of assess
ment (No. 11), levied on the 10th day of
February. 1880, the several amounts set oppo
site the names qf the respective shareholders,
as follows :
Names. Cert's. Shares. Am’t.
Atkinson. I ond ft Co, trus 4583 20 $ 20 00
Brown, I) 8. trustee.4557 800 600 00
Brown. W E. trustee.4020 435 435 00
Breckenridge ft Yost. trus.4081 50 50 00
Crocker ft Suydam, trus.. .3882 10 10 00
Crocker ft Huyciam, trus.. .4641 5 5 00
Cope ft Davis, trustees_4041 10 10 00
Dodge, Geo 8.4357 5 5 00
Dewey, E E, trustee.3042 20 20 00
Dewey. E E, trustee.4542 10 10 00
Greenebaum, H ft Co, trus.4447 10 10 00
Gtllon, J. trustee.4673 50 60 00
Kent. R F, trustee.2776 2 2 00
King J L ft Co, trustees. . 3763 40 40 00
Liebnmn, T. trustee. 4283 5 5 00
Liehmau. T, trustee. 4613 20 20 00
1 lebinan, T. trustee.4614 20 20 00
Latham ft King, trustees. .3815 100 100 00
Milbr ft Van Wyck, trus..4343 100 100 00
Murray, W B, trustee.3600 10 10 00
Muntel. M. trustee.4216 100 100 00
Muller, W J, trustee.3494 50 50 00
Muller W J, trustee.4386 10 10 00
Noble, H H ft Co. trustees 4612 20 20 00
Richardson, E A, trustee. .2663 100 100 00
Richardson, E A, trustee. .3150 10 10 00
Hlchxrdson, £ A, trustee. .3715 100 100 00
Richardson, E A. trustee. .3753 30 30 00
Richardson, E A, trustee. .3754 2 2 00
KlclmrdHcu, K A, trustee. .3781 50 60 00
Richardson. E A, trustee. .3883 10 10 00
8i iigman, H, trustee.4649 60 50 00
Bkane, A. trustee.4050 50 50 00
Shaw. C N, trustee.3612 60 50 00
Shaw, 0 N. trustee.4a32 50 50 00
Shaw, C N, trustee_4045 10 10 00
Aud in accordance with law, and an order of
the Board of Directors, made on the 10th
day of Fehr> aty. 1880, so many sharesof each
Darcel of such stock a9 may be necessary,
will be sold at public auction, at the office of
the company, on
Monday, the 5th day of April, 1880,
At the hour of 1 o'clock p m., of said day,
to pay said delinquent assessment thereon, to
gether with costs of advertising and expenses
of the sale.
E. N. SHAW, Secretary.
Office—408 California street, San Francisco,
California. mrl9 td
Notice to Delinquent Co-owners
In the Republic IWIue.
'■'O JAMES BROPHY AND J. SULLIVAN :
1 Yon and each of you, and your representa
tives and successors, in interest, are hereby
notified that 1 have performed, or caused to be
Serformed, work and labor on the Republle
line and Ledge, situated on Prospect Moun
tain, near the bend of New York Canyon, in the
Eureka Muiiug District, Eureka county, Nev.,
located April 20, 1*70, and recorded in the Dis
trict Milling Records, Book D, page 64. April
29, 1*70, to the amount and value oi $720, in U.
S. gold coin, during the past six (6) years to
wit: From the mouth of October, 1874, to and
including January 1, 18-0, the same being $120
for each year; that your respective proportions
of the cost of said wrk and labor, for the said
six (6) years, is us follows, to wit:
Names. No. Ft. No. Yrs. Tot. Amt.
Jas Brophy.... 200 6 $120 00
J. Sullivan. 200 6 120 00
And you and each of you, and your representa
tives and successors in interest, are h reby no
tified that if you fail to contribute and pay your
said respective proportions of the cost of said
labor and work, within the time prescribed by
law, your interests, and the interest of each of
you, in said Republic mine and ledge, will be
come the property of the undersigned, your co
owner in suid mine, who has made the said ex
penditures and performed, or caused to be per
formed, said work and labor, in accordance and
by virtue of the 1mwb of Congress, Section
2.324, of the Revised Statutes of the United
StMtrs. GEO. W. CASSIDY.
Eureka. Nev., February 19,1880. f20-90d
Notice to Delinquent Co-Owner
III Ihe Daniel O'Connell Mine.
O JAMES M. COLLINS: YOU AND YOUR
representatives, sml successors In interest
are hereby notified that we have performed
work and labor ou the Daniel O'Connell mine,
situated on the southerly side of Freewau Hill,
and near the canyon dividing Ruby Hill from
Freeman Hill, in the Eureka Mining District,
Eureka county, Nevada, to the amount and
value of $480 in U. S. gold coin, during the
past four years, to wit : From the mouth of
January, 1870. to and including Jauuary 1,1880,
the same being $120 for each year; that your
proportion of the cost of said work and labor
for the said four years, is $120. And you and
your representatives, and successors, are here
by notified that if you fail to contribute your
KHid proportion of the cost of said labor and
work within one hundred und eighty days from
the date hereof, your interest in said Daniel
O’Connell mine and ledge will become the
property of the uuderaigued, 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 2.324 of the Revised Statutes of
the Uuited States. HENRY DRISCOLL,
Eureka, Nev., February 2. 1880. feb8 DOd
Notice to Delinquent Co-Owner
Iu the Piilaburg mine.
rpo PETER JOHNSON : You and your rep
X reseutatives and successors lu tuterest sre
hereby notified that 1 have performed Work
aud labor on the Pittsburg Mine and ledge, sit
uated iu the Eureka Miutug District, Eureka
county, Nevada, to the amount and value of
two hundred dollars ($200) iu United States
gold coin, during the past two years, to wii :
from the mouth of January, A. D. 1878, to aud
including the year A. I*. 1879. the aame being
one hundred dollars ($100) for each year. That
vour proportion of the cost of said work aud
labor for the said two years is as follows, to
Peter Johnson.600 feet $06 66%
And you and your representatives aud suc
cessors, aud each of you, are hereby notified
that if you fail to contribute your said propor
tion of the coat of said labor and work within
one hundred and eighty (180) days from the
date hereof, your Interest in said Pittsburg
Mine and ledge will become the property of
the mi lersigued. your co-owner iu Bald mine,
who has made the said expenditures, and per
formed 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.
W. H. TAYLOR. Co-owner.
Eureks, Nev., December 26,18"9. d27-90d
Notice to Delinquent Go-owners
Iik the Blrlluff Mine.
fpo JAMES LARRAWAY : You and yonr rep
X reseutatives and successors iu tuterest,
are hereby u^tihed that I have performed work
> ltd labor on the Birling mine and ledge, situ
ated in the Cortez Mining District, Eureka
county, Nevada, to the amount and value of
one hundred ($100) dollars iu Uuited States
gold coin, during the past year, to wit: From
the month of jMunary, A. D 1879, up to Janu
ary 1, 1M80, the same beiug oue hundred dollars
for said ymr. That your prouortiou of the
cost of said work aud labor tor tne said year is
as follows, to wit:
J aiu^s Larraway. 700 feet. $60 00
Aud you and your representatives and succes
sors, aud each of you. are hereby notified that
if you fail to contribute your said proportion
of the coat of said labor ami work within oue
hundred aud eighty (180) days from the date
thereof, your interest iu said Biriing miue aud
ledge will become the property of the under
signed. your co owner in said mine, who has
made the salt) expenditures and performed said
work and lalmr. iu accordance and by virtue of
the laws of Congress, section 2.324 of the Re
vised Statutes of the United States.
HENRY OSBORN, Co-owner.
1 ureka, Nev.. January 2, 1880. Jan3-90d
Notice to Delinquent Co-owners
mo M. O. OAVANAI GH AND TO DAN FO
1 utv. tile grantee s Yon and each of yon
are hereby notified that I have performed the
necessary work required by the lavra of Con
gress, on that certain mining claim known a*
the General 8cott mine, situated near Adama
Hill, in Eureka M«n1ng District, Eureka county,
Nevada, for the years 1*70. 1877 and 1878, and
that your proportion of the amount of aaid
labor is $80.00 per year, making, in all, ninety
dollar*, and you are notified that if you fail to
pay the aaid sum of $80.00 within 80 days from
the service upon you of this notice, your in
terest in said mining ground will become my
property. JOHN ItcKENNA.
Eureka. January W. 1888. Jan80 80d*
All thoseinpfbtep to elias Bros.
are requested to settle their accounts im
mediately, and save costa. 8am. Elisa will re
ceipt for all accounts at the old Stand, next to
White Pine Bank.
Eureka. Nev., March 5,1880. mrd-tf
A DVKKTISE IH THE ECHEKA
A Buitxxil, the Mat advertising medium
U lasttra Nevada
APPLICATIONS FOB PATENT.
APPLICATION FOR A PATENT
TO THE HOPE CONSOLIDATED LODE—No.
660.—U. S. Land Office. Eureka. Nevada.
January 30.1880.—Notice ia hereby given, that
W. H. Byrne. Milea Hogan, Thoa. Brown, Wm.
Hughes and D. J. J. McLaughlin, whose pottof
flce address is Ruby Hill.Nevada. have this day
filed their application for a pateut for fifteen
hundred (1,600) linear feet of the Hope Consoli
dated lode, mine, or vein bearing silver, with
surface ground six hundred (600) feet in width,
situate, lying and being in Eureka Mining Dis
trict, County of Eureka and State of Nevada, and
known and designated by the field notes an I
official plst on file in this office Lot
No. Two Hundred and «ix (206). The
exterior boundaries of said Lot No. 206 being
as follows, to wit: Variation 16$$ degrees east.
Beginning at a post marked No. 1, U. S. Sur
vey No. 200, whence Ruby Hill No. 1 bears N 17
deg W 1,646 feet ; the flagstaff in the town of
Eureka bears N 53 deg 54 mm E 10,656 feet, and
the main shaft upon this lode bears H 65 deg W
970 feet. Thence running, 1st course,
8 32% degrees W 1,008 1-10 feet, to the
northeastern boundary of U. 8. survey No.
112, Original Baltic Lode, whence post No. 3 of
said «'riginal Baltic survey bears N 29$$ deg W
97 5-10 feet. 1.234 1-10 feet, to the southwestern
boundary of said Original Baltic survey 1,295
feet to the northeastern boundary of U. 8. sur
vey No 111, Si ver State lode, whence post No.
6, of said Silver State survey, bears N 29$$ deg
W 467 2-10 feet, 1,500 feet to post marked No. 2,
U. 8. survey No. 206. Thence, 2d course, N
61$$ deg W 39 4-10 feet, to the southwestern
boundary of said Silver State survey, 600 feet,
to post marked No. 3 U. 8. survey No. 206.
Thence, 3d course, N 32$$ E 1,500 feet to post
marked No. 4. U. 8. survey No. 206; and thence,
4th course, 8 61$$ E6U0 feet to post No. 1, the
place of beginning. Ho much of this survey as
conflicts with U. S. survey No. Ill, Silver State
lode, and No. 112. Original Baltic lode, ia here
by excluded. Said conflicts are described aa
follows : Conflict with U. 8 survey No. Ill,
Silver State lode, beginning at post No. 2 of
this survey, No 206, and running thence, 1st
course, N 6.$$ deg W 39 4-10 »cet; thence, 2d
course, N 29$$ deg W 533 feet, to post No 4 of
said Silver State survey; thence, 3d course, N
60$$ deg E 200 feet, to post No. 5 of said Silver
State survey; thence, 4th course, 8 29$$ deg E
467 2-10 feet, and thence, 5th course, 8 32% deg
W 205 feet, to the place of beginning Conflict
with U 8. survey No 112, Original Baltic lode,
beginning at post No. 3 of said Original Baltic
survey, and ginning thence. 1st course N 60$$
deg E 200 feet, to post No. 4 of said Original
Baltic survey ; thence, 2d conrse. 8 29$$ deg E
97 6-10 feet* thence, 3d course, H 32?$ deg W 226
feet, and thence, 4th course, N 29$$ deg W 202
7-10 feet to place of beginning, which tracts
being excluded from this survey, leaves re
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 is duly recorded in the Recorder’s
Office of Eureka Mining District, Eureka county,
Nevada, on pages 160 and 197 in Book F, of the
Mining Records of said Eureka Miniug Die
trict. Any and all persons 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 Laud 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.
jan30-60d JAS. McMARTIN, Register.
APPLICATION FOR A PATENT
TO THE TINNIE MINE.—No. 556.-United
States Land Office, Eureka, Nevada, Feb
ruary ‘25, 1880.—Notice la hereby given, that
the Jackson Mining Company, whose Postoffice
address is San Frauciscc, California, has this
day, by its duly authorized agent, Oeorge T.
Terry, whose postoffice address is Eureka, Ne
vada, filed liis application for a patent for 1.200
linear feet of the Tinnie mine or vein, bearing
silver, with surface ground 2C0 feet in width,
situate, lying and being in Eureka Mining
District, County of Eureka and State of Nevada,
and known and designated by the field notes
and official plat on file in this office as Lot Num
ber 195 in unsurveyed lands. The exterior
boundaries of Buid Lot No. 195 being as fol
lows, to wit: Variation, 10X degrees east.
Commencing at a post murked No. 1, U. 8. Sur
vey No. 196, the same being post No. 1 of U. 8.
survey No. 97 Wilson lode, wheuce Ruby Hill
No. 1 bears N 63 degrees 3 minutes W 2,426feet;
the flagstaff iu the town of Eureka bears N 50
degrees 3 minutes E9.C36 feet, and the Jackson
shaft bears N 39 degrees 51 minutes K 282X feet;
thence running first course N 82 X degrees E 200
feet to post marked No. 2, U. S. survey No. 195;
theuce 2d course 8 39* degrees E 1,200 feet to
post marked No. 3. II. 8. Survey No. 195; thence
1 3d course 8 82X W 200 feet to post marked No.
4. U. 8. survey No. 195, the same being post No.
2 of said Wilson survey, and theuce 4th course
N 39$ degrees W 1,200 feet along said survey
No. 97 to post No. 1, the place of beginning,
containing 5X acres. This claim is bounded
on the west by the Wilson lode, east by the
Best and Belcher. The location of thia
mine is duly recorded iu the Recorder’s Office
of Eureka Mining District, in Book F, Page
89, of tht- Mining Becords of said District. Any
and all persons claiming adversely any por
tion of said Tinnie 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
8tate of Nevada, during the sixty days period
of publication hereof, or they will be barred
by virtue of the provisions of the statute.
febtt-COd JA8. M('MARTIN, Register.
APPLICATION FOR A PATENT
TO THE SANCHIZ MINE.—No. 560.—U. 8.
Land Office, Eureka, Nevada, March 29th
1880.—Notice in hereby given, that R. Sadler
and P. Devlin, whose postoffice address la
Eureka, Nevada, lia' e this day uled their ap
fdication for a patent for eight hundred (800)
iuear feet of the Sanchez mine, or veiu bearing
silver, with surface ground two hundred (200)
feet in width, situate, lying and being in New
ark Mining District, County of White Pine and
State of Nevada, and known and designated by
the held notes and official plat on file In this
office aa Lot Number Forty-two, (42). The
exterior boundaries of said Lot No. 42 being
aa follow*, to wit : Variation 16)4 deg East.
Commencing at a post marked No. 1, U. S. sur
vey No. 42; whence the quarter section corner
on the Northern boundary « f section 9, T 1« N,
R 65 E, M DM, bears N 44 dig 42 min E 4077
teet; mouth of the Chihuahua tunnel bears N
6 deg 06 W 2147 feet, and the mouth of the
upper tunnel upon this lode bears 8 '28 deg E
810 1 et; thence running first eonrae 8 46)4 deg
E 800 feet to post marked No. 2 U. S. survey No.
42; thence second course S 43 S* deg W 200 feet to
post marked No. 8 U. S. aurvry No 42 ; thence
third course N 46V* deg W 800 feet to post
marked No 4 U. 8. survey No. 42; theuce fourth
course N 48^4 deg E 200 feet, to place of begin
ning, containing 8 67-100 acres. This claim
la bounded on neither end by any
known claim. The nearest mines are
the Battery and Page and Wemple mines.
The location of this mine la duly recorded In
the Recorder's Office of Newark Mining Dis
trict. page . in Fook , of the Min
ing Records of said District. Any and
all persons claiming adversely any portion
of said Sanchez mine, or said mining ground aa
hereinbefore described, are required to file
their adverse claim with the Register of the
United States Land Office, at Eureka, iu 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.
mrSO AIM IAR. MrMARTIN, Register
Notice of Assessment.
Tdaho gold and silver mining com
past. — Location of principal place of
business : Ban Francisco, California ; location
of worka: Eureka District, Nevada.
Ni tic* is hereby given, that at a meeting of
the Board of Directors, held on the 26th day of
March, 1880, an assessment (No. 1) of ten (10)
ce-uts per share was levied upon the capital
stock of the corporation, except 80,000
shares set aside for working capital,
and other purposes, payable immediately,
in United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at
the office of the Company, 8*24 Pine street.
Rooms 8 ami 9, San Francisco, California.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid ou the TWENTY-SIXTH
day of APRIL. 1880, will be delin
quent and advertised for sale at public auction,
and unless payment is made before, will be
sold on WEDNESDAY, the TWELFTH
day of MAY, 1880, to pay the delinquent as
sessment, together with costs of advertising
and expenses of sale. By order of the Board
of Director*. CALVERT MEADE, Secretary.
Office—324 Pin* street, Booms 8 and 9, San
Fraucisco, California. mrSO td
Notice to Delinquent Co-Owner
In the Actelpht Min*.
TO JOHN E. JONES You are hereby not!
fied that I have performed the neoesaary
work required by the laws of Congress, in that
certain milling claim known as the Adelnhi
mine, situated on the western slope of Proa,
pact Mountain. Eureka Minina District. Eureka
county. Nevada, for the years 1878 and 1880; and
that your proportion of the amount of aaid la
bor. fur the two ye»ra, ia S80.8O • and you are
hereby notified that if you fail to pay the said
sum of $C0 90 within tbs time prescribed by
law. from the aervice upon you of this notice,
your interest in aaid mining ground will be.
come my property. JOHN H. ROBERTS.
Eureka, March 81,1880. alSm
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DISTRICT COURT SUMMONS.
IN THE DISTRICT COVRT 0* THE SIXTH
Judicial District, iu and for Eureka county,
State of Nevada. The State of Nevada senda
greeting to ELIZABETH A. COX. You are
hereby required to appear iu an action com
menced against you as deleudant by PETER R.
COX, aa plaintiff, in the District Court of the
Sixth Judicial District, in and for the county of
Eurt ka. state of Nevada, at the town of Eureka,
and answer the c« mplaint 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 in
said county, or twenty days if served out of
said couuty but witbin this District, and in all
other esses forty days; or judgment by default
will be taken against you. according to ths
prsyar of said complaint.
i ue «iud action la urougnt 10 recover judg
ment against you. the said defendant, for e
decree of divorce dissolving the bonds of matri
mouy heretofore and now existing between you
and plaintiff, on the ground* of adultery and
desertion on your part; and swarding to plain
tiff the custody of the minor child Arthur Cox.
the issue of said marriage, and for coats of suit,
all of which will more fully appear by refer
ence to the comp aint filed in thla action. And
y« u are hereby notified, that if you fell to ap
pear and answer the said complaint aa above
required, the said plaintiff will tike a default
and apply to the Court for the relief tm said
In testimony whereof. X. X- R. Podge, have
hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of
said Court, this ITth d*y of February, A. P.,
[mux.] X. X. DODOS.
Clerk District Court. Sixth Judicial District,
Eureka County. Nevada.
By E. M. Bxix. Deputy.
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