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T « • EOffli DAILY SENTINEL NEWSPAPER —A.JT|>— JOB PRINTINC ESTABLISHMENT, r*rnrr*( Monro* and Bateman Bta. PRINTING DONE TO ORDER, WITH JtEAJNESS AND DISPATCH. —upon thi— Most Reasonable Terms AJtB AT THI LOWEST CASH RATE BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, RECEIPT BOOKS, BILL BEADS, LETTER HEADS, LEGAL B LAKES, ELECTIOX T1CKETS Frlatlaf, la t'olarm. Printing, Plain ar Fancy, Printing 11a A 1 Style ALL KINDS OF CARD WORK MINING STOCK CERTIFICATES, ■LECTION OB THEATRICAL POSTERS! FLYERS, PROGRAMMES, CIRCULARS, BALL TICKETS, DODGERS, WEDDING CARDS, BUSINESS CARDS, LABELS AGS, ETC THE EUKEZA DAILY SENTINEL IB DELIVERED BT CARRIERS Throughomt Eureka and Baby Hill, aad la fuialabad by agents la all looalltlaa la Eaateni Xeveda. It la aaat by mall to all parte of tba country aad tba world. — 3 No One la Folly Posted, or. Up to the Times, WHO OOSS NOT NIAD2THKI EUBEKA DAILY SENTINEL. TEX EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL (ESTABLISHED IN lSTl), la pabliahad every morning except Monday aad Its circulation la the moat general and extensive among mining *ne buslneea people, fami 11 am, ate., throughout Eeetem Nevada, and also la all the PactSe Coeat States aad Terri toriee, which rea dera It the beet end ■MT EFFICIENT MEDIUM -FOB MINING. BUSINESS AND ALL OTHER advertising. BCinrxg* bu, roonuiaiiAL KKX, practical mix, kf rooputtaUf to . crnful liup«.tl<» ud ormolus Of our ADVERTISING COLUMNS. Ill IDBIKA DIET SSKTDffil a a first-class daily paper, dMUttoontfUy MMM thab^in. «* “• country, Ud aU .1—,, of **•*!•. trots Um UJD, or tba **®UBO, la tba MXXCHAKT or ■AMM.m.T,,haLdTMT nwa,tett talanrapkla and •Ourwlaa, (tea aU aar ttcna ad tha vorld. Everybody Reads It f A. WLUU*. o*0. W. C*S«BT MSSIDY t 5KILHUK, WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. m. k bartlett, DEALER IN THE FINEST BRANDS OF WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS A N" X5 ROLaA-YXlSra- C-A.ZR/IDS. He lias on Hand a Complete Assortment of Ciilassware. ’’In Bn.vi-iy all hi* Go*»u* in the East he can and will compete with San Francisco Prices. Eureka, April 5, j .>«» apr6-tf _ GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. R. SADLER & CO. North Main Street, EUREKA, - - NEVADA. -O -DEALERS IX GENERAL MERCHANDISE! GROCERIES, and PROVISIONS ! -—o CLOTHING ! BOOTS and SHOES. -0 HARDWARE and TINWARE ! --O -A* FULL LINE •f the LATEST STYLES of WALL PAPER AO-ENT8 FOR FOREIGN and HOME INSDBANCE COMPANIES! -Ala*. Agent* tor the CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS, -and HERCULES BLASTING AND SPORTING POWDER I VCooda delivered to nil porta or town, free of charge. __ K- SAPL.EK & CO.,, w. E. DAVIDSON, Bookseller, Stationer and Newsdealer, *°***®ffic* BCIUtlie, ******.NEVADA A FULL UNI OF Blank Books and stationary 01 ***7 description kept constantly on hud. SCB8CBIPTION8 RECEIVED FOB 5" Illustrated Time*, S'" Y°r» Led*"-. Chimney Corner. JkSSi? • J,,w Clipper, ^^.repee. Harper1. Weekly/ Leifi?. Weakly. Folloe New., ud other The Vartattee, Eastern Periodicals, Which win be promptly dellrered by curler*. Eureka. October 90,1870. oo31-tf COAL OIL! Safety Astral WATE R WHITE. 150 ^on"AT *8-78 pxs R. SAJ DLER & GO’S. Ilnrt*» M«*«» .1.16*0. mrltf Saa Fraar ;isco Lodfijai - Hsase FOR sale I A ***’7' WHO WILL PtTBCHABE THE jAL furni t■ iol the Ban Francisco Lodging F“ ***• *■•'« w >nt the building, containing 16 '“*•** »»* -y reasonable price. The houee is a ear y go» 1 run of tranaientcuatom- Hone .u« real onalhl a parti ee need anply. _*wta.l«e «.16M.'*,C‘ T/*“ »u*K*. or ILL nr. TOjocSnS. prta*-‘° **»•* *•“» CALISHER BROS. NEWS AGENTS And Dealer* Id FANCY GOODS OF at.t. KINDS. BLANK BOOKS. SCHOOL BOOKS, NOTE AND LETTXB PAFEB, FANCY PAPETKIEB. STATIONEBY, TOTS. CUTLKBY. SHEET MUSIC AND MUSICAL IHSTBUMXNTS. —Alao— Novel*. Eaatern Pictorial* and Magaalnea al way* on hand. Bnbacrlptlon* received for any of the San Frandaoo Daillea or Weekllaa. Agent* for the Virginia Entarpria* ” and ••Chronicle." Bemember the place— _ CALIBHEB BBOS. M Main atreet. Knreha. January 7,1ST*. Jantttf LIVERY, OE FEED AND SALE STABLE, ■oath Vain Street, Eureka, Nsrada, HOOKE BBO’B., • • • P»p >. A GENERAL LTVKRT BUSINESS WILL to conducted in all ita branches. Hor.es bought and aold. Hareas bearded by the day, week or month. Elegant turnouts, four la band, doubla er Single, can always be procured. Hay and Grain for lnl«. Persona patronlsluf os will always And food traatmant end reasonable price*. Eureka. Oct. 18T». ok* I CHINESE STORE! 'VJ'OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I HAVE this dev bought the store end lot, end good* end building formerly owned end kept by Ah Bi&g, on Monroe street, in the town of Eureks, State of Nevada, where I will keep a fall line of Chinese goods. BAM BING. Eureka, May 16,1*00. J* 101m miscellaneous._ DISTRICT COURT SUMMONS. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH Judicial District in »i“I Iw Eureks county. State of Nevada The State of Nevada sends greeting to George Russell. Isabella Busaell, Margaret Ruasell, William G. McMurray, mil abeth McMurray, Amelia G. McMurray, West McMurray, James McGuffie. Michael C. McDonald, M. P. Gosset and David Service. Ion are hereby required to apjiear in an ac tiro commenced igaiui you as defendant* by J. H. Alderson and J. S. Whitton, as plaintiffs, 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 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 service), if served in ■aid county, or twenty day# if served out of said county but within this District, and in all other cases forty diys; or judgment by default will be taken against yon, according to tb# prayeT of said complaint. The said action is brought to obtain a de cree of this Court for the foreclosure of two certain mortgages described in the said com plaint. one of aaid mortgage# executed by the said M. P. Gossett, and David Service on the 24th day of September, A D. 1879, to secure the payment of a certain promissory note executed by M. P. Gossett, executor, and devisee of John Russell, deceased, for two thousand dollars in gold coin, and interest thereon at the rate of three per cent per month, dated September 24th, A. D. 1878, and payable to J. H. Alderson or order, six months after the date thereof, and the other mortgage executed by George Russell and Uabella Russell by George Russell her attorney in fact; Margaret Russell, by George Russell, her attorney in fact; Wm. G. McMurray and Elisabeth McMurray, by Wm.G. McMurray, her attorney in fact; Amelia G. Mc Murray by Wm. G. McMurray. her attorney in fact, and West McMurry, by Wm. G. McMur ray, his attorney in fact, on tbe 9th day of De cember, A. D. 1878, to secure the payment of a certain promissory note executed by the parties to said mortgage lest aforesaid forTwel\e Hun dred dollars, with interest thereon at the rate of three per cent, per month from date, all payable in gold coin, and said note dated De cember 9th, A. D. 1878, and by the terms there of, payable on or before the 9th day of August, A. D. 1879, to J. H. Alderson and J. 8. Whitton, or order, and said mortgage was also executed as aforesaid to secure the payment of the said sum of Two Thousand dollars and interest named in the note of M. P. Gossett, as aforesaid and the mortgage of M. P. Gostett and David Service as aforesaid, and also to secure any sum that should thereafter be advanced by said J. H. Alderson and J. n. wnmcn, us pro vided in said mortgage and fully set forth in the complaint herein. Also for the sum of Six Hundred dollars, advanced by said J. H. Alderson and J. 8. Whitton, after the execu tiou of said mortgage as fully set forth in the complaint on file in this action, together with all interest now due on said notes, and for said advances , and all interest to become due up to date of payment of said several sums of money, and for all attorney’s fees, and the costs of this action, as prayed for in said complaint, on file in this action, that the premises conveyed by said mortgage may be sold and the proceeds applied to the payment of said indebtedness and interest and costs. And in case such pro ceeds are not sufficient to pay the same, then to obtain an execution against ths said George Russell, Isabella Russell, Margaret Bussell, Wm. G. McMurray. Elizabeth jdcMurray. Ame lia G. McMurrsr, West McMurrsy. and X. P. Gossett, for the balance remaining due; and also, that the said defendants and all persons claiming by. through or under the said George Russell, Iaal*-lla Russell, Margaret Russell, Wm. G. Mi Murray. Elizabeth McMurrav, Ame lia G. McMurrsy, West McMurrsy, and M. P. Gossett, be barred and foreclosed of all rights, title, claims, liens, equity of redemption and interest in and to said mortgaged premises, and for other and further relief, as will more fully appear by reference to the complaint on file herein. And you are notified, that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint as above required, the aaid plaintiffs will apply to the Court for the relief Atmtided in the said complaint. GEO. W. BAKER, and BIbHOP k BABIN, Pl’ffs. At'ys. Dated Eureka, Nevada, April 10, A. D. 1880. may? 9m District Court Summons* IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH Judicial District, in and for Eureka County, State of Nevada. The State of Nevada sends greeting to the Rescue Silver Mining Company, a corporation described in the complaint here inafter mentioned. You are hereby required to appear in an ac tion commenced against you as defendant, by K. Sadler, 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 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 eerved in eaid county, or twenty days if served out of said county but within this district, and in all other cases forty days; or judgment by default will be taken against you. according to the prayer of aaid complaint. The aaid action is brought to recover Judg ment against you the said defendant, for the •urn of $1,782. on account of goods, wares and merchanciae by plaintiff sold and delivered to defendant at its special instance and request and on account of work and labor done and performed by one John Madden for defend ant at its special Instance and request (sal ■ John Madden having assigned hta said account to defendant for value, and before the commencement of this action) all of which will more fully appear on reference to aaid complaint, a certified copy of which La here with served for coats of suit. And you are hereby notified, that if you fall to appear and answer the aaid complaint as above required, the aaid plaintiff will take Judgment against you for said sum of $1,782 and costs. _ K. B. DODGE, Clerk District Court, Sixth Judicial District, Eureka County, Nevada. By E. M. Bill, Deputy Clerk. my 23 3m Notice to Delinquent Co-owners TO ANDREW SANCHES YOU WILL take notice that 1 have done the assess ment work for the years 1876, 1877, 1878 and 1879, required by the Act of Congress entitled : " To Promote the Development of the Mining Resources of the United Btitoa," approved May 10th, 1872. upon that certain mining claim situated in the Newark Mining District, White Pme county, and State of Nevada, and de scribed as the “ Mariposa " mining claim, for said years, required by said act, and you are hereby notified that unless you pay your pro portion of said expenditure to me, within ninety days from this date, you will forfeit your interest in said mining claim. KABC1BO RAM IRES. Eureka, Jone 11,1880. 1 a w-90d CLOSING OUT! The undersigned having deteb xnined to go to Colorado, offer* to dis pose of his entire worldly possessions either st private sale or auction, which consists of the following, viz: HOUSE AND LOT -OR 1ST OB HILiLi, —WITH THE— HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE. -UJO THE ENTIRE STOCK OF GOODS Is hi» (ton os Hals Stmt. Sole Positive—Terms Mensonsblr. SAM FRIEDMAN. Eureka, June 12,1880. JunlS tf C. SCHWAMB, FEW DOORS SOUTH OF SENTINEL OFFICE. Dealer in and Repairer of FURNITURE ! Is also prepare! to do UNDERTAKING! Has • >M assortment of METALIC, ROSEWOOD CASKETS ANO COFFIN trimmings. Funerals attended to promptly, and all arrangements made with care tud attention. •T’Dnriag the abaence of Mr. Schwainb, a competent workman haa been employed to at tend to the business. Eureka, Maj a. U». rnjM tf TRAVELERS’ GUIDE. EUREKA AND PALISADE H_A_X Xj E/O-A-XD SEW ABBABtiEMEVIH t On and after December 29, 1879, A FAST TRAIN WILL RUN FOB Paoeugera. Mails. ami Eiprew ONLY. AND WILL Leave Eureka dally at.4DO a. M. Arrive at Palisade at...8 90 a. M. Making connection with East and Wont Bound Trains of Hi* Central Pacific Railroad. RETURNING : Leave Paliaade dally at.8:45 r. u. Arrive at Eureka at...8 90 r. at Freight and Accommodation Train: Leaves Eureka dally at.6:00 a. a. Arrives at Palisade at.6 30 f. a. Leaves Palisade dally at.638 a. a. Arrives at Eureka at.Id r. a THE COMPANY WILL DELIVER FREIGHT AT HAMILTON, WARD. PMCHE, TYRO. BELMONT, And all points south, by its teams, with can and dispatch, and at the lowest rates. P. EVERTS. Ueneral kep t. Eureka. December JS*. 1678. EUREKA, HAMILTON AND PIOCHE % STAGESSS LINE! QILMEK A SAUKBTBT, Props-'*. Connecting with thi eureea and Palisade Railroad. Leave* Eureka for HAMILTON. WARD and PIOCHE. Every morning, at 7 e'clock. Leaves Pioehefor Ward. Hamilton and Eureka every day, at 7 o'clock a. M. Carrying V. S. Mali and Weils, Fargo k Go's Express. Fine American horses and new Oonoord coaches. Office at the Poetoffloe. mil ASSESSMENT NOTICES. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Sterling Mining Company. Location of principal place of business, Ean Francisco, California. Lo cation of works. Eureka District, Eureka coun ty, State of Nevada. Notice la hereby given that at a meeting of tbe Board of Directors, held on the Tenth day July. 18M0. an aasessmaut (No. 1) of thirty cents per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immediately in United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at tbe office of the company. 416 California street, San Francisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment a hall remain unpaid cn the Fifteenth day of August. 1880, will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction; and unless payment la made before, will be sold on Monday, tbs Sixth dsy of September, 1880, to pay the delin quent assessment together with coats of adver tising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Directors. J. D. BAILEY, Secretary. Office—No. 416 California street, Ban Fran cisco. California. Eureka. July 16.1880. jylMd NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. Jnrkson Mlutuir Conpsnj. Location of principal place op business, Ssn Francisco, California. Lo cation of works, Eurexa, Nevada. Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the Wtb dsy of July, 1880, aa asaeasment, No. 12, of fifty cents 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, 408 California street, Room 4, Ssn Francisco, California. Any stock noon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 13th day of August, 1880, will be delinquent and advertised for sals at public suction ; and unless payment is made before will be sold on Wednesday the 1st dsy of September, 1880, to pay the delinquent ae seaament, together with cost of sJvtxtlslng and expenses of sale. By order of the Boaid of Directors. E. N. SHAW. Secretary. Office—408 California street. Room 4. San Francisco, California. Eureka, July 12,1880. jylS-td Assessment Notice. Fourth jult gold and silver Mining Company.—Location of principal place of business. Ssn Francisco, California. Location of works. Eureka Mining District, Eureka County. Nevada. Notice la hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the Fif. teenth day of June. 1880, an aaseesment. No. S.of ten cents per share, was levied upon the capital stock of the Corporation, payable imme diately, in United States gold coin, to the Sec retary, at the office of the Company, Room 16, No. 310 Pine street, Ssn Francisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid en the Twentieth day of July 1880. ^ will be delinquent, and adver tised for sale at public auction; and unless payment la mads before, will be sold an TLfE8DAY.theTENTH DAT OF AUGUST, 1888. to nay the delinquent assessment, together With ousts of advertising and expenses or salt. By ordar of tbs Board of Directors. __ J. W. FEW, Secretary. Office—Room 18, No. 810 Pine street. B*n Francisco, California. jsl8-td THIS PAPER MAT D* FOUND ON FILE inio rAraiv p KoW#n * oo*« Newspaper Advertising Bureau (10 Spruce Hi.) where advertising contract* may be made for it in NEW YOKE. C C tn COfl P*r d*7 at borne. Samples 50 10 5*U worth is free. Address Stim sank Co., Portland,Meino, APPLICATIONS FOB PATEKT. APPUCATIOAJOR A PATERT TO THE SEVENTY-SIX MINE—No. 671.— U. 8. Land Office. Eureka, Nevada, June 3, 1880.—Notice i* hereby given, that The Seventy-Six Mining Company, whose poet office addreae ia New York, New York, haa this day filed its application for a patent for fifteen hundred (1,600) linear feet of the Seventy-Six mine, or vein bearing silver, with sur face ground four hundred (400) 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 3 official plat on file in this office as Lot No. Two Hundred and Nineteen <219). The exterior boundaries of said Lot No. 219 being aa follows, to-wlt. Variation, 16 ** degree* eaat. Beginning at a poat marked No. 1, tJ. S survey. No. 219. Thi* poat stands on the southern boundary of U. S. survey No. 154, Clipper Lode; whence poat No. 4 of said Clipper survey bears S 86 degrees W, 179 3-10 feet tbe flagstaff in the town of Eu reka bears N 2 degrees 52 minutes, E 6.682 feet. F. S. mineral monument No. 6 bears N 16 de grees 31 minutes. E 4.306 feet, and tbe main shaft upon this lode bears S 6H degrees, W 745 feet. Thence running: First course. N 8G de grees, E 400 feet along tbe southern boundary of said Clipper survey to post marked No. 2 U. 8. survey No. 219: thence: S*cond course, S 16 H degrees. W 1.600 feet to post marked No. 3 V. 8. survey No 219. thence . Third course, S 86 degrees, W 400 feet to post marked No. 4 F. S. survey No. 219; and thence: Fourth course, N 16Hdegrees.E8626-10feet to the southern bound ary of C.S.aurvey No.l58,Keyato&e Lede.wbence post No. 3 of said Keystone survey bears N 87 H degree, E 96 4-10 feet, 1,085 1-10 feet to the eastern boundary of said Keystone survey 1,500 feet, to post No. 1, tbe place of beginning. So much of this survey as conflicts with C. 8. suruey No. 163 Keystone Lode, is hereby ex cluded. Said conflict is described as follows: Beginning at post No. 3 of said survey No. 153 Keystone Lode, and running thence: First course, 8 £71* degrees. W 9C 4-10 feet; thence: Second course. N lf>H degrees, £ 222 5-10 feet; an thence- Third course, 8 9 degrees, E 211 3-10 feet, to the place of beginning, containing 23-100 acres, which tract being excluded from this survey leaves remaining 12 67-100 seres. This claim is bounded on tbe north by the Clip per and west by the Keystone. The location of this mine is duly recorded In the Recorder’s Office of Eureka Mining District, Eureka county, Nevada, on pages 292 and 293 in Book E. of the Mining Records of said Dis trict. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Seventy-Six mine, or said mining ground as hereinbefore described, are required to file their adverse claim with the Register of the Fulled 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. jon3-60d JAB. McMARTIN, Register. APPLICATION FOR A PATENT rr*0 THE SKYLARK MILL BITE-No. 662 J U. 8. Land Office, Eureka, Nevada, May 6, 1880.—Notice is hereby given, that the Eureka Consolidated Mining Company, whose poct ffice address Is Ban Francisco. California and Eureka, Nevada, has this day filed It* applica tion for a patent for Two and Six-Tenths (26-10) acres of the non-mineral land situate, ly. ing and being in Eureka Mining District, County of Eureka and State of Nevada, known and designated by the field notes and official plat on file in this office as Lot Number Two Hundred and Fourteen (214). The exterior boundaries of said Lot No. 214 be ing a*follows,to wit: Variation Wing 16H de grees east. Commencing at a post marked No. 1, U. 8. Survey No 214. the same Wing post No. 1, of U. 8. Survey, No. 57, Calloway Lode, whence the flagstaff in the town of Eureka bears N 5V deg. 13 min. E 8.558 feet; Ruby Hill No. 1, bears 8 79H, deg. W, 1,709 feet, thence running 1st couree.S. 70 deg. W. 6H0 feet, to post marked So. 2, C. 8 survey No. 214, the same Wing post No. 6 of said survey No. 57; thence 2nd. course N 33 deg. E, 441 *2-10 feet, along the southeastern boundary of F. 8. survey No. 56, Skylark Lode, to poet marked No. 3. 1'. 8. sur vey No. 214 ; thence 3rd course, 8 62H deg. E, 126 3-10 feet to post marked No. 4. F. 8 survey No. 214, the aame Wing post No. 3 of F. 8. sur vey No. 208, Cliff Lode; thence 4tl course. N 38 deg. E, 200 feet, to post marked No. 6, F 8. survey No. 214, the same Wing post No. 2 of said Cliff survey , thence 5th course, SS2.W deg. E, 159 5-10 feet along the *-outh western bound sry of F. 8. survey No. 209. Ravine lode to poat marked No. 6. F.S survey N*>. 214, and thence 6th course, 8 20 \ deg. W, 205 feet, along the west ern boundary of F. 8. survey No. 141, Surplus mill site to poet No. 1, the place of beginning, containing 2 6-10 acres. This claim is bounded on the west by the Skylark Lode, north by the Cliff and Ravine L»4as; south, by the Callo way, and east by the Surplus mill site The location of this mine is duly recorded in the Recorder's Office of Eureka Miuing District, on page 884. in Book F. of the Mining Records of said District. And any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of aaid Sky lark Mill Bite or said ground as hereinbefore de scribed, are required to file their adverse claim with the Register of the United * tales Land Office, at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, dur ing the sixty dsvt' period of publication here of. or thev will be barred by virtue of the pro visions of the statute. mayfldOd JA8. McMARTIN, Register APPLICATION FOR A PATENT I O THE ANTELOPE MINE.—No. 607.— United States Land Office, Eureka, Neva da. May 11, 1880.—Notice is hereby given, that P. Finnegan, whose Pustoffice address is Eureka, Nevada, has this dty filed his application for a patent for 000 (000) linear feet of the Antelope mine or vein, bearing silver, with surface ground 2C0 (200) feet in width, situate, lying and being In Eureka Mining District, County of Eureka and State of Nevada, and known and designated by tbe field notes and official plat on file in this office a* Lot Number 116 (2l5i The exterior boundaries of said Lot No. 218 being as follows, to wit: Variation. 16* da graes east. Commencing at a poet marked No. 1, U. 8. Survey No. 215, whence Huby Hill No 1 bears N 1 degree 13 minutes E 11,474 teet: U. 8. monument No. 4 bears N 3 degrees 54 minutes W 1,481 feet; and the center of the top of the Autrlope Incline bears 8 C degrees W 816 feet; thence running first course 8 66* degrees E 300 feet to post marked No 2. U. 8. survey No 215; thence 2d course B 23* degrees W 0(0 teet to poet marked No. 3, U 8. Survey No. 215; thence Sd course N degrees W 200 feet to post marked No. 4. U. 8. survey No. 216; thence 4th course N 28* degrees E 460 feet to post No. 2. tbe southeast corner ef U. 8 survey No 133. New Year Lode, 600 feet to post No 1, the place of beginning, containing 2It acre*. This claim la bounded northwest by the New Year. The location of this min* is duly recorded in the Recorder’s Office of Eureka Mining District, on Page 162. In Bowk D, of the Mining Records cf said District. Any and all persona claiming adversely any por tlon of said Antelope 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 State of Nevada, during th* sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of tbe provisions of the statute. myl2-«0d JAS McMARTIN, Register CHINESE_CURES ! OR. MEN LEE, The Celebrated Chinese Physician, 18 PREPARED TO TREAT PATIENTS IN the most scientific wanner He L*s made medicine his lifetime study, and cures alm<«t •very disease. He cures rheumatism in s short dm*. He has new remedies for all SPECIAL DISEASES, and can cure them very quickly. His medicines are all given hot. Hs uses no cold remedies. He has mads s number of astonishing cures, and all peraons ailing should at once oomsult him. Chronic diseases yield readily to his remedies, and cures where many others have failed. HOTICE—I am a graduate of the medical School of Canton. OFFICE—Bed Building, west aide of Monroe street. Jel tf DR. CHIN CAM, THI CELEBRATED CHINESE PHYSICIAN 1 Wools Aooooaoo to tho pooplo of Bunko thot bo trooto ouooooofull. oil Alocoooo to which tho Sooh lo bolr. rkroute DIwoom of all kind, yield to hi. superior skill. Chor.eo Beooouobls. WCon ho coooultcd ot tho oton of Win* Chun*, Monro, otroot. Euroko, Soph It, 1*1*. oll-tf FOB UBIEISFT. the store Sow Oct spied by Sun Friedmu, OrroaiTB PAIto* ft 00 ‘9 HAWK, will U for ml bjr tb» FI rot mt Bur, In auinof THOMAS MURPHY. Bunko. April 99.19*0. o9t tl —--4 NOTICE TO TRAVELERS. PARTIES PESIBIX0 PASSAGE TO HAIL- | WAT Hu tl..up will plesee procure ticket. ■ t the Jack sot i House, or »t the PeehJou Subic* 1 end lcewe orders to be celled W. II. SWEEKKT * 00.. ocli.it Bus Proprietor*. ! miscellaneous. ^ WTT»e Oral t urrlarr ■_ tnrius House of the World. EMERSON, ~ [ GO, Cincinnati, Ohio. TOP-BUGGIES AND PHAETONS! Bril material, pood workmanibip, km Komr ilyln, itrong and dorablt vrhirln, in every mpert. 70,000 (JRRHGES! 'll ANCFACTrilED BT EMKK80K F18HFK 1VA A Oo.,irni»* to n* Id ever, bin ,5 | tbe American Continent. They give unfailing aatiafaction. ah h,**. work la warranted. They have received teah menials from all parts of the country of port similar to the following, hundreds of which are on file, subject to inspection : „ „ Oalva, 111., July lfi, 1H7» Messrs Emerson, Fiaher k Co.—Lear feta. 1 have used one of your top-buggies tires years, slid three of them two years, in my live** stable, and they have given me perfect satis, faction and are In constant use. OSCAJt SMALL ET. Nt:wrtu»y 8. C , July 17. lH?e Miners. Cop pot k A 2 o$u*on- Dear Sira:' have been uaing the Emerson A Fisher buggy bought from you, as roughly. I suppose, as any one could. 1 had a fast borne; drove him at full apeed. some times with two grown Udiai and myself in the buggy, and it it to-day w<ttk all the money I paid for it. 1 aay, tbe tmrrww A Fiaher buggies will do. A. M TEAGUE, Farmer. The favorable reputation the carriage* ha?# made is localities * here they have been used for several years by liverymen, physician* farmer* and other*, requiring hard and coastttt use, ha* led to an incrraaed demand from those localities, to meet which the tuanufactnriM facilities of their mammoth establishment ha^* been extended, enabling them now to turn out, in good style, 360 Carriage* a Week. ■7*Bend for styles and Price-list. Jso21 tf :l Manufactured only under the abort Trade Mark, by the EUROPEAN SALICYLIC! MEDI CINE CO., of Paris and Lelpclg. IMMKL'IaTK Ilk Lies WaEKaSU’D, P tax AlttXT Ccie Oo&iurrtti». Now exclusively used by by all celebrated Physicians of Europe and America. The highest Medical Academy of Paris, reports 95 cures out of 100 cases withis three days keerel-Tbe only desoher of pot msoun I rlr Arid whirls ratals la the It I <mm I of Kheumwlle and tisuly Ps liests. CURED. CURED. Cl RED H. 8. Dewey. E*»q., 301 Broadway, Inflauuna | tory Rheumatism. J. Leavey, Eaq., 455 Washington Markst, I Chrcnlc Rheumatism. Mr*. E. Towne. GJ East Ninth street (chalky formations in the joints). Chronic Rheuma tism. A. M. Prager. 74 Newark avenue. Jersey City, Chronic Rheumatism. John F. Chamberlain. Esq.. Washington Club, Washington. D. C . Rheumatic Qout. Wtu E. Arnold. Esq., 12 Weybosset stmt, Providence. R. I.. of twenty years' Cbronis Rheumstism. John B. Turngate, 100 Sanches street. San Francisco, Neuralgia and Sciatica. For Malarial, Intermittent and Chrmk fksin, CMUs, or A gas. SALICYLIC* IS A CERTAIN CURE RH|irrw-l>« rmlrrlj tbr use of »■!• pk-ir of ItnlBlar. — It will oof oolj rot tbr frtrro. but Kill uhlnl l HAim At. rr*f; ottboul any ol lb Inraainlnmut trouble* orlBlaf Iron cumin. 81a box, six boxes for S5 Sent fra* br Kail aa racaipt of moanj. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOB IT, but tali* »o imitation <*r •ubatltuft*. m our WJ* cyllca (copyrlgbtad) U guaranteed to or Luwiir) r«>faiid«d. and will be dfllwwd two on receipt of order®, by calling on ornddw* EUROPEAN SALICYLIC 3VIE.XDXCXXSTE OO, SI* Broartaay. rar. Faliaa Straaf, Kuo a BulldlUK . ». T. xtrA-ly _ THE GREAT ENGLISH REIEOT Im » n*vtr>f*!u»l Cor* for S«™«* DfbiUtJ.Exh*"** Vitality. •*■“*•* WVm»o««, »!»*£ tarrba-m. •■•*** U4t H till ft. I®’ pot»u. f. Ptrmlnt*. mud mil tfc» twltl" youthful tollurn*" mmnmnmom in o»»tat*t ymmrm—much m h** of Memory, Lassitude, Nocturns! Aversion to Society, Dimness of Vision. ♦ in tbs Bead; tbs vital Raid passing aDO**er»*s in tbe urine, and many other diseases th* * to insanity and death _ .. DR. MIN I IK will agree to forfeit M” II and rwd It o 11 are f or a case of this Mad the VITAL RUITOKATIVE (*»*" •* special advice and treatment) will not cure, for anything impure or injurious found >•> DR. MINTIE treats all Private Dt^JJJJ ressfully without mercury. €'•■»•«* Fres. Thorough eaarnination and advice, rinding analyalaof urine, |A CM). Price of i»W Kealoratlte, $8 00 a bottle, or ton tus» the quantity. $10 00, sent to any address «F" receipt of price, or 0. O. D.. secure ft***® serration, and In private asms if de»irefl. w A. E. MINTIE, M. D. 11 Km»1 Ml., ten r»«W* ‘*I DR. MIRTir'N KIDS TV ■****][; iKPHRirrm a.rurM.n MDd.of and Bladder Complaints, Oooorrb®*. Leucorrhcss For sale by all drugglat*. |J w bottle, alt bottles for $5 00 __ DR. WINTIE-HDANDEEION are the beat and cheapest DThPI P*!* RILIOI R curs In tbs market Tor •*** a all druggists. _ I DR. SPINNEY & CO so. U Hooray Strwt. '■'BEAT ALL CHB0S1C A HD APIE*’1*1 J Diseases. 'TOUNO MEN Who may be suffering from the effect* of y11^, ful follies or Indiscretions will do well to “ , themselves of this, the greatest bo‘miv*^‘a. st tbe feet ef suffering humanity P» *5. ney will guarantee to forfeit live bundrvo lei* for every cue of weakness or yrirt* eeee of sny kind or character which he takes and falls to com. MIDDLE'S a ID MKH. There are many at tha age of thirty <* who are troubled with too frequent evscnsm of the bladder, often accompanied by smarting or burning sensation .and * » lng of the system In a manner the p*"'" „ not aeconut for. On esamlnlng the . deposits s ropy sediment will often bei I sasriasst!^ Ottoe Hours—10 to tend* to *' ‘"‘n'i front 10 to 11 a. *. Consultation free, ough examination and advice, .. Oanor^e^^^gw Regll * Waldvogei* DAIRY PURE MILK AMD CREAM! (JtllVKIt IS ASV QI'ASTITT TO Prl k j cuaUisuw*. _ ... titl Person# vl«btit«i MUt Crf**** the driver.of oar wjggft wUJ>vw,ji. Eureka, Hovssnber ID 1»T».