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EUREKA DAILY SEMEL.
SOCIETIES. Eureka Lodge,No. 16, F. & A. M. /K The Stated Communication* of Eu VSrXrelia Lodge, No. ID, F. A A. Al., will ^^JyNbe held in Alasonie ilall, on every Wr Saturday on or preceding the full moon in each month. Called Communications every Saturday Evening. Members of sister lodges, and smonrning brothren in good standing, are cordially in vited to attend. JOHN GILLESPIE, W. M. A. Bkisedtct. Secretary. 15-jal2 St. John’s Chapter, No. 5, Royal Arch Mason*. THE STATED COMMUNICA- mamm TlONS ofSt. John's Chapter, No. JsyMfe fi, R. A. M., will be held in AIA SONIC HALL, on the Second and Fourth WEDNESDAY EVENINGS of oncli month. Called Communications on all othor Wednosday evenings. All Royal Arch Mesons in goo! standing are cordially invited to attond. A. BENEDICT, M. P. Gto. P. Ltmnoinr, Secretary. myl4 Z. O. O. F. TJUREKA LODGE. NO. IB, lit masts Erery THURSDAY EVENING. nr OSD FELLOWS’ BALL. At IVt o'clock r. a. All members in good ■landing are cordially in mod to attend. ED. LOKWBNTHAL, N.G. Jno. W. Hess, Secretary. 10-jy3 Recall Charity Decree, I.O.O.F. TITHE REGUEAR MEETINGS OF THE X Keboket Charity Degree Lodge, I, 0. O. FT, will be held until turthor notice on the first and third F’KIDAY'S of each month. Hour of Mooting, b o'clock r. a. ■3-tf \V. H. DAVENPORT, N. G. I. O. C. T. Reclamation Lodge No. SO. 1.0.0. T. Meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock, at Masonic Hall, corner of Main and Clark streets. Eureka. Nevada. Members of sister lodges are invited to attend. til. W. LEET, W. C. T. J. Stbavs, Secretary. felO-tf H I.C. OFR.C.^ STAR OF HOPE ENCAMPMENT, NO. 12, Meets every Friday evening. in Masonic Hall, at 7:30 o'clock. De gree meetings every Sunday evening at 7 o’clock. C. Q. HUBBARD, Eminent Commander. J. McG, Scott. W. 8. s30 K. A. U. B. Regular meeting* or daod-isre Retreat No. 34, K. A7u. V> **'1 be held at Maeonie Hall every THURSDAY EVEN ING. Special meetings, at the sail of the 8. G. S. Sir Knights of lister retreats in good standing are cordially invited to attend. S. I*. KELLY. S. G. S. Bekj. C. Lrvy, Recorder. fe2."> I E ■ THE A. 0. H. meet every first and third SATURDAY EVENING of each month, at 8 o'oclock. At tho corner of Clark and Monroe streets, until further notice. THUS. HALEY, President. Jrrrmiah Sulmtar. Secretary. au7 K. of P. Beatific i.odgf,, no. 7. K.or p., hold regular conventions every MON DAY EVENING, at 7:i.O o’clock, sharp, al its Castle Hall, in tho new Masonic Hall. All sojourning members in good standing are cordially tnvitod to attend. IV. H. DAVENPORT, C. C. A. G. Ssktsihgkr, K. of R. andS. ■ Kvreka. Nev., Jan. ZS, 1811 iaZ'-tf GEORGE TOUNG, ■4 l > Gunsmith and Cutler Begs to inform the public that ha has re moved from his old stand, near the Silver Brick Saloon, to the opposite side, on Main street, _ nut to D. Manbeiut’s store, where he will be happy to receive tho patronage of his former customers. He also informs the public that he has CONSTANTLY ON HAND The finest and largest assortment —or— GUNS AND PISTOLS Of Every Patern. Alto, ammunition, and every other article'a the sporting line. A large assortment of Wmtealnlin's Cutlery. Butcher** Tool*, Cnlllornln-nimle Carving Met*, Knzora. And all other goods pertaining to this line, at the lowest figures. Repairing done with neatness and dispatch, charges reasonable. Eureka. Feb. 17tb. 1K74. fel8-t! FASHIONAbLE TAILORING! THE UNDERSIGNED BEOS^a. leave to inform the citi/.ens of Eu- |Pi rekaand vicinity that ho bus just ar- (1.2 rived from Ban b rancisco with a splen- —LI. did assortment of CLOTHS OF THE LATEST PATERNS! And bu opened a first-class Tailoring Estab lishment in Muruhy’s Boot and Shoe Store, two door* south of the Stage Office, Main ■treet. All Work Ctaaranteeed! —AND— PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES ! EDWARD CASEY. August 6th, 1874. aa7-t J. H. MICHEL. New Goods! New Business! (STATIONERY JUST ARRIVED; MEER .ehaum Pipe*; Jewelry; kinevt Cutlery ■•town; Yankee Notion., Cigars, Imported and Domestic; Tobaeeos gto., Eto. . My Stationery Department i. complete in every particular. nl7-tf «. a mi, j ». n. namoLM. [ J. EVANS, Agent •ns l. uoax. J POM, REYNOLDS t CO., * Importer, and Jobberaor wnavas uQoeti, *12 California 8t., San Ernnciteo. SALOOXS. THE SAZERAc! Mair Struct, Eureka, Next door to Wells. Fargo & Go. SMITH & CO., PROPRIETORS. rPHIS ELEGANT SALOON HAS BEEN X fitted up in the most attractive stylo, and furnished conveniently, with Public null Private flub Room*. Wines, Liquors and Cigars of the best brands and polite and attentive gentlemen to wait upon the patrons of tho establishment. Come in and view the premises, try the liquors, and judge for yourselves.. diit-tf THE SENATE ! Cornor of Buel and Clark Ftroeti. J. G. DOUGLAS, Having elegantly fitted upiiis Saloon, which will hereafter bo known as the.Senate, Will keep his liar constantly sup plied with all of the choicest brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Patrons may rely on good treatment, and inny also rest assured of (jotting the best ot everything usually found in a tirst-class es tablishment of the kind. ld*o8tf NEW SALOON! WM. BTJSCHER, PROPRIETOR, south main street, eureka. Tho best of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS CONSTANTLY ON HAND. I.AOER BEER ON BRAt'UHT. felS-Dn Palace Saloon, East Main street. South of Wells, Fargo & Co. LITIIER Cl.AIIK. Proprietor, Has fitted up, in the pest style, tho above Saloon, whoro ho will keep only tho choicest brands of Liquors and Ci gars. Call and bo convinced. Eureka, Nov. Id. Ib71. nov21-tf BILLIARDS ! TBS CORNER Has just received new billiard TABLES, with Delany'i latent Wire Cushions, and ia to ha kept as A FIRST-CLASS SALOOSJ. GEO. TITACI1KR.1 CLAY SIMMS, ( Prer’rlotor" arid TRANS ABADZE, W'holesale Dealer in WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, ETC., ETC,, ETC. Nearby Opposite the Conrt-IIouae. Month Main street, Eureka. Large stock constantly on hand, consisting of Braadle*, Domestic and Foreign; Wblnklest, tho best hrnuds; W ines, oil kinds, in wood and glass: Ale, imported, in wood and glass; Porter and Cider, do. do.; Havana Cigars. all kinds; PLAYING CARDS, COAL OIL, ETC Will BUY checks'koTES, CHARCOAL RECEIPTS, etc. ilouses to rent to families, or for business. ’ fell-tf •«HSin;d J1-IIP ‘q«a vog V OJ .loop jkoj; ‘yoiari.imia ‘3NXS1V NVA 'UiM ‘swooa 3NIM SiNVA Wholesale Liquor House: —AT— Drv* Man helm's Old Maud, Main Mtreet. Eureka. F HAVE NOW ON HAND, AND IN CON slant receipt from the East, the choices! brands _ BRANDIES, WHISKIES AND WINES! The finest brands of UOMEKTIC CIGARS Can always be found at this place, which are offered for sale at a low figure. Call at tho Wholesale Liquor House, jell) 1IENKY KIND, Proprietor. SILVER BRICK SALOON, Malu street. Eureka, DA VE ROSENBERG-Praprictor. IT THE SILVER BRICJC. GENTLE MEN can always find the finest quali ties of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS that can be procured on tho Pacific Coast. ja»)-U-jy7 Bonanza Saloon. SVBO, CentralTown,Nev. The finest assortment of wines, Liquors and Cigars always on hand. CLUB ROOM. J. C. ROSS, Proprietor. F*b. 1, 1875. feltf YOUNG’S CONFECTIONER Y! CIAN DIES, FRUITS, NUTS ANDCON'FEC ) TIONERY manufactured by myself, at the new Confectionery Store, on Main Street, two doors south oi Ashira Bros. N* 014 b yort.4 Confectionery ! All Confa Joiery Manufactured y Myself. I »|Pf «PP«IITIOK! IjU-lt M. TOCKO. SALOONS, Ac. EUREKA SALOON! SICK PADDOCK - - - - Proprietor. Havi.no purchased the above well known saloon, in the Eureka Hotel building, the proprietor will bo pleased to moot his many friends at the place to test his Superior Stock —OF— Brandies, Vines, Liprs and Cigars! Nono but the best brands will be found at the bar Call and test the hospitalities of mh-ts-tf DICK PADDOCK. ARCADE SALOON! W. S. BOXiAUP, Pro’r, South Main Street, Eureka, Nevada. rplIE BEST! l’ES, THE VERY BEST, OE Wined, Eiqnorsnntl ( l^ars Fasscd over the ARCADE BA 11, —for— TWELVE and a HALF CENTS ! dl7-tf W. S. BOLAND. L. 1 II f1* l*1'1 | ...I To the Unfortunate. NEW REMEDIES! NEW REMEDIES! DR. GIBBON’S DISPEN SARY, NO. m KEARNY ST., corner of Conuuercial, San Fran I cisco. Private entrunco on Com _____ mereial street. Established in ltv»4, for the treatment of Sexual and Seminal Disensos, such asGonorrhoea, (fleet. Stricture. Syphilis in all its forms. Seminal W eaknoss, I in potency, etc. etc. Skin diseases of years’ standing, and Ulcerated Legs, etc., successful ly treated. DR. GIBBON has the pleasure of announ ing that he has returned from visiting the principal hospitals of Europe, and has re sumed practice. The Doctor has spared neither time ncr mi ney in seeking out new remedies, and haf returned with increased facilities for the alle viation of human suffering. Ncitiiiiul WeakiifM. Seminal emission is the consequence of self abuse. This solitary vice, or depraved sexua> indulgence, is practiced by the youth of both sexes to an almost unlimited extent, produc ing with unerring certainty the following train of morbid symptoms, unless combated by scientific medical measures. \t,.: Sallow countenance, dark spots under the eyes, pair in the head, ringing in the ears, noise like tin rustling of leaves or rattling of chariots, un easiness about the loins, weakness of the limbs, confused vision, blunted intellect, Ius> of confidence, dithdonco in approaching stran gers, a dislike to form new acquaintances, a disposition to ahun society, loss of memory Idmnles and various eruptions about the fuc lecuc flushes, furred tongue, fictid breath coughs, eonf.impiion, night sweats, monoma nia. and frequently iusauitv. If relict be not obtained, you should appl> immediately, ei ther in person or by letter, and have a cun Elected by hii n^w and scientific mode o) treating this disease, which never fails o effecting a quick and radical cure. Unrwt nl 11oiiii*. Persons at a distance may be CURED ArJ HOME, by addressing a letter to Dl • GIB BON, stating case, symptoms, length of tim« the disease has continued, and have medicine promptly forwarded, free from damage and curiosity, to any part of the country, with full and plain directions for use. By inclosing Ten Dollars coin in a regis tered letter through the l estolfice, or through \\ ells, Fargo C o’s, a package o' medicine will bo forwarded to any part of th< Union. Persons writing to the Doctor will pleas* state the name of the paper they see this ad vertisement in. All communications strictly confidential. Address 1)R. J. F. GIBBON, Box 1957, San Francisco. California, jyl-lv EUREKA KALL! T'lIE ABOVE LARGE AND COM MOD I X on. Hull will be open from on and aitoi tho loth iuat., for engagement for all PUBLIC MEETINGS. AND POLITICAL & SOCIAL PURPOSES Especial carowill be taken in perfecting ar rangements lor Balls and Parties. Entrance on Main street, at the south siili ol the silver lirick building. DAY. KOsLNBKltG, l’ropr. _ Dissolution Notice. Notice is hekkuy given that tlie copartnership heretofore existing be tween Jamen Keilly, Thomas iieilly and VI. H. Lockwood, under th » firm name and *tyio of iieilly & Lockwood, has bo*'H this day dis solved by mutual consent, James Ki.iilv re tiring from the linn. Tho business will heic afier be conducted as usual by Thomas Keil ly and \V. II. Lockwood, to whom all debts due the late firm must bo paid, and all liabil ities of tho firm must bo presented i«r settle ment. .JAM LaS n Hi LL\ , THOMAS i KILLY. W. li. LUt’KWUUb. Dated Eureka, Fob. 2d, lo7>n fn*21-°0d NEWARK LAND COMPANY! San Francisco Day, Alameda Co., Cal, TITLE PERFECT! INCORPORATED! fpilK NEWARK LAND COMPANY 1R 1 tM'W assuming sliHi'o: tlioGuaientee 1 und paid in. '1 bis company will be prepared in March to lako tbroo thousand pioplo by steamboat and railroad to llieir ti.wn and lands in ono excursion which will bo advertised, by relcicnee to the Coast Survey t hurt it will bo seen that at I’otrero 1 oiut.in front of Newark, the deep w.iter cotuos all the way tlirough tbechanm l ffoiu the I acitic. with theC. I'. K. I.. running in a direct lino thro igb Livermore Pass.mak ug this thoconnecting point between all t arts of the United Mutes and by deep water to all parts of the globe and tho greatest manufac turing point on the Ray of San I' rancisco— plenty of water, good climate, excellent soil and caay communication. 'Ibis land will be sold at auction in April in acros and lots. '1 bis company will commence active operations in building, etc., soon. For all information, cit culars, maps and subscription, Bppl^’ at tho otlice oi the company, F05V, Cali orma street, basement, opposite Rank of t ali 'nrnia. ran Francisco. CHAN. H. PlTHtJi. mhY-lm.il Hwnunwr. J08KPH WELLS. L. r. AMDER81 II EUREKA FOUNDRY. OTXZXiXiB dt ANDERSON, Having purchased the proper ty known as the Eureka Foundry, arc now prepared to furnish mills, furnaces, etc. with Castings of All Descriptions ; also. Mschino Work. ST Orders from Austiu, Ifelmont, Hamil ton, and Mineral Hill aolicited and Hlled will' dispatch. All work leaving Inis foundry GUARANTEED, aud on the most reasonable terms. Orders left at the foundry, or address, ad to HELLS A AN DEI SON, Baraka Foundry, Eureka, Nevada. W ill iwaaivv tr«mt attention, ioS-u MISCEL LA NEO US._ Adams hill consolidated Mix ing Company — Location of principal place of business, Snn Francisco, California. Location of Works, Eureka Mining District, Eureka county. State of Nevada—Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting o' the Trus tees of said Company, held «n the sixteenth day of February, 187», an assessment— No. t»— of fifteen cents per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable im mediately in United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the Company, Loom 4. No. 408 California street, San Francisco, California. Any stock upon which said assessment shall remain unpaid on Wednesday, the 24th day of March, 187>, shall be deemed delin quent, and will bo duly advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, wi I be sold on I'rl lay, the six teen tli day of Agar!!, 1875, to pay the de linquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. W. W. Tit AY LUK. Secretary. Office: Loom 4, Xo. 168 California street. San I rancisco, California. f21-td DZ2X>mQUBI^T TZOW1CJ2. 4JIU Klt W t'.H'T fOYKOLl DATED 0 lUl.VnO (OMPAXY. Location ot principal I’laeo of business, San Francisco, State of California.—Location of Works, Eu reka, Fluroka county, Slate of Nevada. No tice. '1 here are delinquent upon the following described stock, on account of s$?es?inent (No. 5) levied on tho thirteenth day of Jan uary, 1*75, the several amounts set, opposite the namos of the respective shareholders, as follows: No. of No. of Names. Certificate Shares Amt. | Taylor Thomas J.•0 50 $•> M Taylor Thomas J.. #S1 50 a 3*) Taylor Thomas J. 55 50 5 00 \\ ado A b, trustee.1*5 100 10 00 [ JleydenfeldtS.m 1U0# 100 00 1 Tuning! m J W, trustee... F*5 ‘-0 2 (K) 1* i-li»*r E, trustee.4*0 200 20 no Fisher E, trustee.1 1 100 10 00 brumagim. W J trustee...510 10 1 00 LeUoy’i Ip odore.554 5(100 500 00 Leiiov Theodore, trustee.. >55 5000 500 00 t’ershbakor J....5u« 1000 100 0o brumagim J W, trust*.'5oH 50 5 00 brumagiin J W, trustee...572 5 5» Felton J b.>1 25(H) 250 00 Finn .1 F, trustee. M H7tf - 7 <U And in accordance with law, and an order of tho board of T/ustoos, made i*n the thirteenth (15th) day of Janu ary, 1*75, so many shares of each parcel of said stock as may bo necessa ry will be sold at public auction at the sab s room of Maurice Lore .y Co., No. -i‘2» 1 ine sL, an Fra-iwMsco, California, on Hinluy, tt»o Taenlietii (20) of March, 1*75. at tho hour of one li o’clock l*. M., of that day, to pay said delinquent assessment thereon, to gether with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. F. u. Ill nkf:h, .Secretary. Office—Nos. 5 and I Shcrmon’s building. N«». u(M Montgomery street. :Sun Fraadseo, ('a lifernia. Bp *»td Notice. rpo L. CHILDERS, J. WILLIAMS, AXI* X M.bYt.NF.: You will take notice that 1. ttie undersigned, have performed labor ii accoruancc with the act of Congress approved May Hi, A. J>. 1*72, to the amount of nin. ty - $.0—dollars,gold coni, on the Eyrie Min on tho lioosuc mountain, in Eureka Mining llislrict, Eureka county, No. uda. Such uiiu« is now owned as follow?: Names. * Feel L. Childers. J. William?. 200 M. by rues. hi-o And tho undersigned 201) f.-efc: that unless you, and each ot yon. within HO day ?, |*a* your proj onion of said amount, your a •« each of your interests in said mine will I e como my property. W. CC F i F.V . _ial4-H(*l____ Public Notice. M NEILS AND ALL OTHERS AM! h -roby notified tk i* tLc Rasye C’c isoli dated .Mining Company (Limited; will i..it b res| on*ible tor payment ol Inoor or materii'; urni.'ln d to parties having contracts o: ugicciu mts to work on any U the t ouipuny': mines in I into, Secret Canyon, or elsewhert in Eureka county. JCiiN L. All'Ll 1IY, ■Li penut widen t Etir*ka. N*»v.. fWnf rr 7. IK7H oKtl BRITISH MILLING ^MINING Co LIMITED. V’DTICE- J. It. USLui Xi:, HAVIN'! JLI been append'd Supciinteident of tin * tfiupai y’s business, h • alone is uuthorued t* make cbntiaets and purchase?, or incur an. itidebtedlieBd on b. bait of the Company. Tilth". W. i A\ Lull, Agent British A*. A A1 Company iljiniuu 1 into Alnl, Eureka, October */4ih, lt>71. j 017-law __ Dissolution Notice. XJOTiCKlfci HER KEY (il\ EN 1HAI Till Li partnership her *t«.'»»i« existing between trunk Money and Thomas I nL-y was thi day; dissolved by iiiutial consent, I rani Money will continue tlie busim s* at AloimcL market, li p idute all the indebtedness of tin old firm, and collect ail uit m ys due t he same. H.ANk AlON LA, T110A1A6 11A LEV. TTir*«i n Afarch 2. 1'7"». m-'Viw fviinin^ Tax. NOTICE IS 1IE1.L1/Y CIVK.V, THAT il the taxes on tlio proceeds of mines, fdi the quarter ending December Mist, 1,74, ar now duo and payable at my oflic*; and that the law with regain to the collection ol ih< same will be strictly enforced, t . H AN ME!., County Assessor of Eureka County. Eureka, Nrv., keh. 1*1 li, D7 », leu San Jose Swings Bank, SSI Santa Clara Street, San Cal., Capital Slock, --- - $600,000. Faid in Stock- Gold Coin, $300,000. Aaauta Jail. 1„ 1875. $1 324,155.52. Deposit receipts isscep, bkaiu iittf interest FROM DATE Oh I Mm < N i i at MX l'E»I CENT., puvnble on demand; ElGllT FEU CENT., payable ill Bix months, and NINE par cent, puyublo in twelve months. Receipts are preferable to pass books, be cause the interest i* paid promptly at the end of six months from dute of each deposit; they may also bo transferred by indorsement, and principal with interest will be paid to holder, l ass books issued, if desired, and same rate of inti rest allowed. Deposits irotu the interior, or from any part of tho t tilted States or Europe, may be sent by express, or by exchange on San Francisco or Now York, in gold »»r currency. I artie* remitting will state tho time fur which the de| osit i» to be nude, ami a Deposit Riceii t or » ass Jiook—as preferred—will bo promptly returned. Remittances in Currency Exchange will bo credited in gold at current r*tu. JOHN II. MOORE, 11. H. REYNOLDS, uih7-ly President. Cashier. Notice. Having f.xgageb the cklkbrat ed Confectioner, Herr Von Bismarck, wo offer to onr friend** and »li^ public tin* bo*>t ol home-made Bread,Pies, Cukes, plain or ir ntiun ntul, tor • unius null* cr l n*«Dies, on hund or to ordor on the shortest notic. Much. Oll.ll-tf_ ADOLPHUS IIUDEEW, 1‘IANIST, WILL REPAIR AND TUNE PIANOS — AT — Short Notice and Moderate Prices. TTAV1NU HAD E IT J. 1 sivo experience m country und buropo, I «el lcuridouiy work in asttis orv manner ft r those do inn# my services. bruit* ttrui sn at tie* St ullnel Odice. mb i-lm HOTELS, ETC. TURNER HOUSE, South Main Street, Eureka, Nevada. B. J. Turner, Proprietor. Having again assumed Busi ness at my old stand, I beg leave to in lurni tb" public that I am prepared to ac commodate all who may favor me with their patronage, ar.d would assure them that it will again be brought buck to its funner woll known standard. Uld customers aro re spectfully invited to return, and they will re ceive every possible attention. THE BOOMS Are large, well furnished arid comfortable. THE TABLES Will, st all times, bo supplied with the best ihe market affords. T1I2 BAR Will be constantly supplied with the choicest Wines, Ui«iuor8 and Cigars. Charges reason B. J. TUKHER, Prupr. Eureka, August 21. IOT4. au2tlf SILVER BRICK HOTEL, South Main street, Eureka. Witt. GILLEN, - - Proprietor. rpilE BEST MEALS TO BE OBTAINED I in the State can be had here lor fitty cents. THE BAR Is stocked with a superior article «f Whis kies. Ijrandies. Wines, Liquors and Cigars, ion 12|.j cents. »*' Come, try the SiWer Brick, jolt 'VM. OII.T.EN. r^ocH’s. I WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM MY friends in Eureka and Ruby Uill, and the public in gent ral, that 1 have Rased the Parker House Restaurant, And will open tho same on Sunday, the 29tli of February, As a First-Class Sating-honse Hoping to receive a ?hnre ©f patronage, and assuring mv friends and the public that 1 will do all in my power to please. MRS. JNW A. MOCII. Plocho Daily Record copy, fe£Ulni PACIFIC LCDGIN3 HOUSE. North Main Street, Eureka. Formerly Cornucopia Itestiiurnnt. FRANK SWENSSOX, PROPRIETOR. Having fitted ip the finest lodging establishment in town. I nn jr - paired to furnish rooms in «„it or single. The house is lilted up all near, th roou s nr * car pet' d. I lie beds are spring, tho bouse is nuai and airy. iK^Cbarges II easonnblo.*%tl Try lk>' PACIFIC HO CHE. fell I-1 m INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. MAIN STREET, El’KEKA. 3. H. HALL. . . 777. . raOFRIETOR >-Wk T1IF IT'TLKNATIOXA L IIOTK) 2 instill kept by I>. tl. il.lLli in lir**t P i ia r|a?tM stylo, mt“l>i; w«n patrons; ami in East rn Nevada tho acco.uaiod*ii«mrf can not bo excelled. THE VEItY BEST BEDS •r.d finely furnished ltOOAlS, by tho nijrhf, week or month. H|k J. L. HIX< KLKY. J. H. LO* K WOO I PARKER HOUSE, ELKEKA, NEV. tlicckl-y & Lockwood, Fropric'ora. ’I'llF. litmus A K SI’At’l'lS AM i supplied will* ,'i ring lleds ibio.iclimit. Tin; Hilt Is furnished with tlm f n.-st Liquors iir.d igara that can be purchased. A lirNl-elna.il llpwliiiirniit on llic First Floor. '*'he Palisade, ilauiiltiin. Austin. Ty bo and lieltuont stages, all stop Hi this House. jl l-Uld_ __ The Pioneer Restaurant, Opposite J. S. ^liitton*s Stono Store, M a Street, Eureka. GEO. P. LVOGRSN \1ML1. RE I'J.EA.-iKl> TO SEE ALI. ill!* y\ old friends at his house at any time. At ihe 1 HlXi-.s-.il tlmy will tiud The Tables Supplied with all the delicacies that can be obtained, and tiie i luDeoi sliall be as well kept a. any Itestuurant in Eureka. liive me a call and soo hon entirely you will be suited. J>'1< ANTELOPE RFSTAURANT S. W. BUCKHAM, Proprietor, MATS’ STREET, EUREKA, S'EV., Two doors above tho Silver Brick Hotel. THE ABOVE KKSTAUUANT | having been entirely reno vated arid refitted, the |.ro|»riu tor n-uroM tho public that lie will -imro no pains to merit a share 01 ihoir pat ronage, jatf-tf BOARDING-HOUSE, —ON — III BY IIIIJ,, NEVADA. Mrs. buiduet kavanaluii taUvM thi# mot hod id ndurtn* mg her lii*ud* that *lie will ucreom oil ate boarders on tho molt riHsmu able term*, AND WITH GOOD BOARDING. At her house on Ituby llill, in this county. llltlDUE'l KAVANAI till. March 8tb, 1875. rahO-lm Notice of Delinquent Assessment Work. rpo JOHN 0. DO WEN. T. M. WOODS. I Henry Cullen, anil their grantees, ion, and each of you. uro hereby notified that I have performed labor or the Alice Cullen mine, situated on foloy's bulge a spur ol I'rospoct Mountain, in Eureka .Mining Dis trict,Eureka county,Nev.,to the amount of the legal assessment work oil said mine according tmhe law of Congress of the United States. Said mine is owned as follows : •IcilinU. liowren, or hisgrantees.200 feet T. M. M oods, or his grantees.200 feet Henry Cullen, or bis grantees.200 feet Anil the nndersigned. I1,11! feet Jhut unless you, and each of you, within (St days pnv your proportion of said amount, your and each of your interests in suid mine will become my property, JOHN CL’ELEN. Eureka, Feb. loth, 1875. fl7ouw4IO*i PA TEXT A PPLICA TIOXS. Application for Patent.^ NOTICE NO. 2CT. IT. S. Lard Cm™, a Etirekn, Nevada, Feb. n iwa t -VTOTICE IS II Eli ELY OIVk\ THAT IN the Champion Consolidated Mining Smelting Coni jinny—postoflice address- H.,,, ka, Neveda/J hi'S. J. ltewl, agent-ha, ,hi7 day filed in this othee a diagram, together with a notice ol application fur a patent ftuin the United Slates, under act of Congress «, proved May 10. lt.72, for one thousand—l O0t>—1 lineal feet of the Champion lode, the 'same running 500 feet northerly Hnd DO feet south erly from tho south side of the top of the Champion incline, with surface groan i three hundred feet in width, situated in Diamond Mining District, \\ hit*. I in - county, btuto c,r Nevada, and described in the plat and field notes on file in this office as follows, to wit; u O. S. Survey No. 37, Lot A. Beginning at n post marked "No. 1 IT s rutinii x 1st course S. d'/* W. fe.-t' tiT ponr marked “No. 2, U.S .Survey No. 7, | 0t A " w h*m e a nut-pine tree, two feet in dUn. r*..— > IA * t «• L No. ;*7, l et A;” and thence 4th course S, tWJio K. .‘-00 foot fo post * No. 1,” the place of beginning. Containing dtfi'-ino acres. Also th * following described piece of land a* a mill sito. Lot B. Loginning at a post marked "No. 1, IT. S Survey No. 67, Lot H,” whence lost No 1 Lot A, boars S. 7!* 4 K. 4.21M feet, and thi l hampion Furnace stack bi urs S. 64 17 ^ i»4 foot. 1 bunco running 1st course N. 4lMlo E. 2H0 feet to post marked "No. 2, IT. 8. Sur» vcy No. H7. Lot L.” 'I hence 2d courscS. 40V E. 7 .0 feet to post marked "N n. ;t, \ . s. .sur vey No.67, Lot li." Thence6d course S. 40 v NV. 200 feet to post marked "No, 4. U. »S. Sur vey No. 67, Lot It; and thence 4t!i course N, t(tl4w W. 760 feet to post marked “No. 1,” the. place of beginning; containing 6 acres. Courses expressed from the true meridian with u magnetic variation of 1>% degrees east. 'i his claim is located upon unsurveyrd land and is bounded on the south by the 1 ih<w s n Company and on tho north by the Riven* Company. ]1 his claim fa recorded in book “A,” page Lii, of the I'iamond district Mining r<corns,, Kept at iMumond City, and a copy of the notice and plats cun be found posted at the (.hampion incline. IclO CYKl-S F. HORN, Register, Application for Patent. NOTICE NO. 2W. 1’. S. Lajii* Okkicr, ) Eureka, Nevada, Jan. 12, 1876. f Notice is heuely oiyk' that John E. i’later, whose 1 o-toflire ad dless i- Eureka, Ncvuda. ha<* this day tiled in this otlicea diagram, tog* tlnr wi h a notice of application lor a i otei.t from the 1 nin-d Mato*, ui del act < f Coi.gr* v.**, ai i roved Niuy 10, l>72, lor iiltoui hum.red 1, 00—lint-al feet of the Atlas Lode, the same running tifte<n hundred loot noi th-Tly from the location uf the notice and plat on north sid>- of road to Ound rlnig hoisting works, with surface ground .on feet in width, situated in Eureka Alining histrid, Eureka county. Slate of Ne vada, and dosenuei in the plat and held notes as follows, to-uit: U. S. Surrey No. 81. Hesrinrimr at a port mark'd No. 1. lr. S. Pur vey 'o. M. tlii' |o*t stands at the western boundary oi Survey N >. n7. Pundi-rb-ig lode, \«h*nc» i os! No. l of Miid >t»rveyNu. 7. bears i'Z1 p 1. 7 4J feet; summit of i uby Pill, >«. 1 bears N. TZ' \V. f- t-t; filhg -latf in the t*»wii «»♦ huioktt bins N. .1 «»' I.. 11, 0*'» feel; ai d the c» lit r ol the top fill of tin* ih itderb ig incline, Imujs >. ol h. 1.1 . •*!; thence riiiii.ii.ir 1-t course S. KJ, IV. 177 7*H fvt aloii< said survey No. *»7 P. an non i in in uiill hole on large boulder m north side ot Hinder b«-rg road; th.-i.ce id coniseS. *.N- U . llJO feet to post learned No. 1, l.S. Survey No. M; whence a pine tro-one !o«d in diaiu- ter, marked .Atlas l«. '1., leai* N.nrs \v. |7 feet; th ncoMd course N.-J k, 1, dOfeet io post marked No. t, l . .'urrey »o. M; th nee liii course N. »>r> E. *.0U feet to j*o*t marked Nw. d f. S. Survey No. M: ilo-nce ’ith courseS. ‘ZZ E. I.-Vll-pi i%*« t to post vo. 1, ihe place of b gii iiing. contain ing 0 7_-l *) acres; courses • x» »'eSM*«i .loin (La true meridian with a magnetic v anutiou vf Pi cast. * hi- claim i* located m on unsurveyed land end is hoi ruled on llie southeast by the Hin der b -rg lode. i his claim is recorded in Ptmh F., I s "et Jt); «.f the Eur.-’* Pi*u»ct Mining i.e cord*, and a copy ot the notice ai d plats c a In-found posted at the sooth rn end of the claim. CVULo 1‘. liOltN, jai l _l-» g»*" r. MINING NOTICE. To J. N. IfHiimicr au l \% . It. Street. \r0l AN Id I-AT1I OF TOP Al.K Hlv-K \ by notified ilmt 1 have performed work and labor on the “Silver i onuei” n ine nr lode, siluiU'd in i ro*j». ct mounluiti, in tlio l.urektt mining district, in Eureka county and Siale of Nevada, as reipiiivd by the i ongfass, entitled “An act to promote iho development of (be mining resources ot the I oiled States.” approved M»v 10th, lh“*» t*,r the y« ura JbTi anu P74; that the inUrr* owned in said uiino, or claim, are as lelluws; t o w i t: „ „ Wai. H. Street. '•<*> Ted, J. M. llnmin. r.l^t, and the undersigned.-** That the expenditure of th * undersign-d, lor *uid years, has been the sum o< ?1M» in worn and iubor, anil that you, and each « f you, i mv to the undersigned your just and proper pie* Portion of the expenditure, above set Jorjb according to vour proportionate interests in said mine, wit Liu ninety days after i his notice or your and each of yo r inter its in saia mining claim will become the property of undersign« d. your co-owner, under and »> virtue ol the act of C ongress a oresaid. It 111 AM ,PMIN^»V Eureka, Eureka Co., Nev,, March 4, 1n » iiilirt.|»w-',ni. NOTICE! To Charles M inter. John «<•»*«“* hit lie*- mill Hr. h torch: VHP WILL TAKE NOTICE 11IAT !• 1 tho nndistswned, h»vo perluraied !■' ' in see.idance wilh the act of emigres* ar. proved .May i<>, A. I>. |S7J, to 'he „ three hundreu and lorty dollar.* *•"” k gold coin, on lln> "Stella" mine, in New 1 Kill in New 5 ork Canyon, in tho Eureka ing Hislriet, County of Eureka and state Nevada; tout such mine is now owncu follows, viat Charles \\ inter.'c., John Si hntihauec..!'HI „ l>r. Storch.■... and tin1 undersigned. That null as you and. each id you. , :,i ninety—10—days ray your proportion »' . a-nount, your, ana each ot your, inter1 said mine will become mv property. notice is given you and each ol you t*y I ^ . culiun, in aceordanee with ncctlun n ol t ol Congress uiorcsntd,entitled An act to I nioto the d velo|iHieiit ol the mining resource o, the United sta,es.»NKYvAN ^ January 2"d. 1875. juju-law-Od_ NOTICE. riro A. V. WILSON, W. S. WILSON, Sft 1 liAVM, and W. WAT Kl.S: \e“ take notice that 1, the undci sign'«i, “ t performed labor accordance wiiL ia of Congress, approved May 10th. A; ‘ ■ |j to the amount of one hundred • 7 „r coin, on the Itidgeway Min*. on Mua-1B,Kll_ McCoy Hill, in Enrukn Milling U'fH'y' „„ reka county, Nevuda; that such mine i ownedas follow*! .sat rest w. s. ...rJJ] (,.,i Ed. .. f.ct W. Waters.. (U,i And tho undersigned ... 'mien si 'Ihut unless you, end each Ol you,. Hnt, days, pay your |ii.,,.urtv>n o. said v jo. r, uml each of your interest in *ai will oeeeme my Property „ UlPSy l Jan. 9th. 1875. jalO-la*1 I