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SOCIKTIKS. _ Eureka t|dge,No. 16, F. & A. M. A TWStated Communications of Eu ^■r\»reka Lodge, No. l*i, KA A. M., will VVJj^be hold in Masonic Hall, on every Saturday on or preceding tbo full moon in each month. Called Communications every Saturday Evening. ... Members of sister lodges, and sojourning brethren in good standing, are cordially in vited to attend. __ JOHN GILLESPIE, W. M. A. BmrKDtCT. Secretary. 15-jaIil St. John's Chapter, Ne. 5, Boyal Arch Maeene. rrHE 8TATED COMMUNICA- umw XTIONtj of St Jobn‘s Chapter, No. f, K. A. M., will be held in MA- ga\ SONIC HALL, on the Second and ***** Fourth WEDN'ESDAV EVENINGS of each month. Called Communications on all other Wednesday evenings. All Itoyal Arch Masons in good standing "are cordially invited to attend._ * A. 11EN EDICT, M. P. G»0. ^ Lpwpomtir. Secretary, rnylt I. O. O. F. SVBNLNe. nr ODB FELLOWS’ BALL. At • o'clock p. u. All members in good Standing arc cordially invited to attend. ED. LOEWENTHAL. N.8. Jno. W. Hnaa. Secretary. 10-jy3 Relieiali Charity Degree, L0.0.F. JnilE REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE L Rebekah Charity Degree Lodge, I, 0. 0. .. will be held until further notice on the fret and third FRIDAYS of each month. Hour of Meeting, 8 o'clock r. u. *5-tf • BENJ.C. LEVY. N.Q. I. O. C. T. Reclamation Ledge Vo. 184.108.40.206. T. TtyfEETS EVERY TUESDAY EVENING 111 at 7:80 o'clock, at Masonic Hall, corner of Main and Clark streets. Eureka, Nevada. Members of sister lodges are invited to attend. G. W. LKET. W. C. T. J. Sracrs, Secretary. felO-tf H I.C. OF R. C. STAR OF HOPE ENCAMPMENT, NO. 12, Meets every Friday evening, in Masonic Hall, at 7:30 o’clock. De gree meeting* every Sunday evening at 7 •’clock. C. G. HL'BliARD, Eminent Commander. J. McG, 8rorr. AY. S. s2t> K. A. U. B. Regular meetings of daod-isre Retreat No. 34, K. aTu. B., will be held •t Masonic Hall every THURSDAY EA'EN ING. Special meetings, at the call ef the 8. G. S. Sir Knights ef sister retreats in good standing are cordially invitod to attend. 8. P. KELLY, S. G. 8. Bum. C. L*vt, Recorder. fc25 ■A m % 1 1 ■ THE A. 0. H. meet every first and third SATURDAY EVENING of each month, at 8 e'oclock, at the corner of Clark and Monroe streets, until further notice. THUS. HALEY. Presidest JnutiB Sullivan. Secretary. au7 K. of P. TJBATIFIC LOIMtK, Wo. 7, K. of P, Sj hold regular conventions every MON DAY EVENING, at 7:30 o’clock, sharp, at its Castle Hall, in the new Masunic llali. All Sojourning members in good standing are cordially invited to attend. AV. H. DAVENPORT. C. C. A. G. StiRTBisnr a, K. of K. andS. Evreka. Nev., Jan. 23,1873 ia23-tf CAPITAL MARKET, Oppaatta Tbaeher * Co'a. North ■ala Street. JOE WIN ZELL, .... PROPRIETOR. Daaler is BEEF, VEAL, MUTTON A PORK, Offered at Wholesale and Retal. a#* Special attention paid te supplying families with the best quality ef meats. All errors promptly attended to. aihm-tf Nevada Market, JOHN WILLFORD • • PROPRIETOR loath lain Street, Eureka, XV v.. Adjoining the Nevada Stables, WHOLESALE A RETAIL yY Butcher, dealer in all Freeh Feats, Beet Matt* a. Veal, laah and Pork. Whole, Half or Quarter, at Lowest Rates. SAUSAGE AND SAUSAGE MEAT Always on hand. Orders carefully attended to. fit-lf The eholee of 300 goe<l Work Cattle Par sale. D. B. IMMEL & CO., BANKERS. la lb* Old Iipnw Building. Main Street. Eureka. ThRAWS AT SIGHT ON ^ SAN FRANCISCO, NSW TORS, LONDON, And all principal citiee In tha Vnited Sutee and Korop*. Dieoeunt commercial paper. Receive depoeits In Coin or Curreneyoa •pen aecount; Certificate* or Special Deposits, and will traciact a Long experience in the Collecting Department Gf Won*. Fargo A Co.. Joatifloe u* in an nouncing that w* will inak* MleeUoaa Aram Abroad a Specialty ap8tf_____ FOR RENT. mil STORE ON MAIN STREET', AT i. protect occupied by C. Schwann b ae a fur nsyr^-ii®aiTSaSiiiu.. SALOONS. _ THE SAZERAC. Map* Strkkt, Eirkka, Ne.1t door to Wells. Fargo k Go. SMITH & CO., PROPRIETORS. rpnis ELEGANT SALOON HAS BEEN 1 fitted up in the. most attractive stylo, and furnished conveniently, with Public'.and Privnte flub Rooms. Wines. Liquors and Cigars of tho best brands and polite ami attentive gentlemen to wait upon the patrons of the establishment. Come iii and view the premises, try the liquors, and judge for yourselves.. d2*-ti tiie SENATE ! Corner of Buel and Clark street*. J. G. DOUGLAS, Having elegantly fitted up his Saloon, which will hereafter be known as the Senate, will keep his Barconstantly sup pliod with all of the choicest brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Patrons may rely on good troatmcnt, and may also rest assured of yetting tho best o! everything usually found in a first-class es tablishment of the kind. ld-ofitf Palace Saloon, East Main street. South of Wells, Fargo k Co. LITIIEK CLARK. Proprietor, Has fitted up. in the best style, tho above Saloon, where he will keep only the choicest brands of Liquors and Ci gars. Call and be convinced. Eureka. Nov. 16,18T1. nov2l-tf BILLIARDS ! TBS COUZTSU Has just received new billiard TABLES, with Delany's Patent Wire Cushions, and is to be kept as A FIRST-CLASS SALOON. GEO. THACKER, \ CLAY SIMMS, / Proprietors. ap!9 rHASTlt ABABZB, Wholesale Dealer in WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, ETC.. ETC.. ETC. Nearly Opposite the Court-House. South Main street. Eureka. Large stock constantly on band, consisting of Brandies, Domestic and Foreign; Whiskies, the best brands; Wines, all 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, NOTES. CHARCOAL RECEIPTS, ate. Houses to rent to families, or for business. felt-tf Wholesale Liquor House ’• -AT Itave Hauhelm's Old Ktand, Main Mreet, Eureka. I HAVE NOW ON HAND, AND IN CON stant receipt from the Last, the choicest brands -OF BRANDIES, WHISKIES AND WINES! The finest brands of DOMESTIC CIGARS Can always be found at this place, which are offered for sale at a low figure. Call at the Wholesale Liquor House. jelO 11ENKY KIND, Proprietor. SILVER BRICK SALOON, Main street, Enrelta, DA VE ROSENBERG - - - Proprietor. AT THE SILVER BRICK, GENTLE MEN can always find the finest quali ties of WINES, LIQEORS AND CIGARS that can be procured on the Pacific Coast. ja.’«i-»f-jy7 FRANK’S SALOON! | JOS. MENDE8, Prop’r. yy HOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. All kinds of Soda Drinks, flavored with tho following EXTRACTS.constantly on hand: Sarasparilla, Sherrbot, Pear, Blackberry, Ambrosia, Orgeat, Lemon, Rose, Noctar, Orange, Milk Punch, Hock. Vanilla, lee Cream, Claret, Ginger, Coffee Cream, Mint, Strawberry, Cho'lale creamCatawba. Pine Apple, Grecian Bend, Wild Cherry Hasp berry, and Don't Care. KIOTO and OLVB BOOMS! Money to loan *n collateral or approved business paper. ar.mhu EUREKA SALOON! DICK PADDOCK .... Proprietor. Saving purchased the above well known saloon, in the Eureka Hotel ding, the proprietor will bo pleased to meet his many friends at tha place to test bis Superior Stock —or— Brandies,”' , Lienors and Cigars! None but the host brands will be found at the bar. Call and test the hospitalities of mhat-tf DICK PADDOCK. K. B. POND, 1 r. a. bkykolds. [■ J. EVANS, Agent ■au'l mobk. ) POND, REYNOLDS £ CO., Importers and Jobbers of WZXTBS AND LXQUOBN, 212 California St, San Francisco. WT Sola Agents far Pacific Coast for G. 0. Blake's Bow Boa Gouty Whiskies. sW.tf SA LOONS, de. CRITERION BILLIARD PARLOR. DUKKEl’S KVII.MKO—UP STAIRS. C. W. MATHER, PROPRIETOR. Finest Billiard Hall in the State! 'TURKS of JACOB >> 1 Strahk’s First 1 re mi urn Grecian Curved Bil Hard Tables, with Delaney's ^ * • l atent wire cushions. The choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars, Served by polite and gentlemanly attendant;. Two Finely Furnished Card-Booms for Private Parties. mhJtLtf ARCADE SALOON! W. S. BOLAND, Fro’r, South Main Street, Eureka, Nevada. fpIlE BEST! TES, THE VERT BEST, OF Winn, I.iqnorsand rijfnrs Passed over tho ARCADE BAR, —FUR TWELVE and a HALF CENTS ! dlT-tf W. S. BOLAND. SHEA, BOCQUEE AZ & MCXEE, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF Wines ant[ Liquors BOLE AI.KXTS FOR GOLDEN AND TEA KETTLE WHISKIES Corner Front and Jackson Street. SAN* FRANCISCO. amkrShka, ) A. BlF OUfcRAR, V K Mckftfc. ) »pl* PEOF. CAVANAUGH’S DANCING SCHOOL. All the modern dances, fancy, round, and quadrille taught. An easy, elastic, soft-gliding way, in which the perfect poetry of motion is acquired by scholars learning under the tuition of this old relia ble teacher. Tho school will bo oren on TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS, at 7 o’clock, fei’.tf FUOF. J. C. CAVANAUGH. EUREKA HALL! rpHE ABOVE LARGE AND COMMODI X oh. Hall will be open from on and alter the l'ith inst., for engagement for all PUBLIC MEETINGS AND POLITICAL & SOCIAL PURPOSES Especial care will be taken in perfecting ar rangements lor Balls and Parties. Entrance on Main street, at the south sidf of the Silver Brick building. DAY. liOsENBERG. Proor. slotf I. GOODFRIEND, PRACTICAL PAPER • HANGER ! ^ylLL EXECUTE ALL ODEKS WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH. All orders left *t Sam. Friedman’s auction ■tore trill receive prompt attention. A share of the public patronage is respect solicited. r i'A-U A. G. SNETSINCER, WHOLkUAI.lt AND BKTAIL BEALKB IB Provisions, Fresh Vegetables, Fruits, Nuts. Butter, Eggs, Miners’ Supplies —AMD— General Merchandise IMtESH FU1IITS RECEIVED DAILY direct from Coloma Orchards. Remember the place: Woodruff A Ennor'a old stand, xVain street, Eureka. iyl>-iiih28 ^IT Y DRUG -AND— Bookstore! First door below Meyers A Franklin’s store, Main Street, Eureka. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BLANK ard Miscellanueus Books, Inks, I’ens uud Assorted Stationery kept in stock. THE DRUG DEPARTMENT Is supplied with ^ PURE DRUGS and CHEMICALS; PATENT MKD1C1NKN, PaluU, Clsss, Oils, Soap. Fancy and Toilet Articles. Etc., Etc. DR. J. H. LIIKENS. PKOI’RIKTOH. BRANCH STORE ON ROBY HILL _uiti2"-tf_ ADOLPHUS 1VBBBV, PIANIST, WILL REPAIR AND TUNE PIANOS -XT Short Notice and Moderate Prices. Having had extbn-, —i-^. sive experience in this I WmL country and Europe, I feel con-fj Tf XJ f] lean do my wo1 kin a*atisfact-“ * * ory manner for hose desiring my sorrices. Lear* orders at the “Sentinel Office.” MISCEL LA NEO US. ATTENTION! ATTENTION! TOVNaAND OZ.D! The Great Clearing-Out Sale -AT D. MAN HEIM’S, In Baron’i Brick Store. For Thirty Days Only! He will tell ell hi* CLOTHING & FURNISHING GOODS! Fine Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Drilling, Sheeting, And all other articles, at Greatly Reduced Prices, Id order to make room for his New Stools. - 0 K - General Merchandise Which will commence to arrire on the 13tb of April Seat* His stock consists of tho Best and Choicest GOODS, And thoso that want to buy Cheap for Cash! Let them go and convince themselves. DAVES hearts Business, And expects to have a GREAT RUSH FOR 30 DAYS! Until his entire stock is sold. has To the Unfortunate. SEW ItllHKDIlA! >I.W RtllKnitS DR. GIBBON’S D IS PEN* SAltY, NO. &£i ivEAKMY S'l. corner of Commercial, San Fran cisco. Private entrance on Coin* _ ruorcial street. Established i» Itvji, tor th* treatment at Sexual and Semina Diseases, such as Genorrbrra, Gloat, Stricttir*», Syphilis in all its forms, Seminal W eakness l m potency, etc. etc. Skin diseases of years’ landing, and Ulcerated Legs, etc., success!ul ly treated. DlL GIBBON has the pleasure of afinonn ing that he ha* returned from visitir g the principal hospitals of Europe, and has re sumed practice. The Doctor has spared neither time nor mi ney in seeking out new remedies, und hat returned with increased facilities lor the alle viation of human suffering. Sentnutl Heiikiltwi. Seminal emission is the consequence of toll abuse. This solitary Tice, or depraved sexua indulgence, is practiced by the youth of hot! '‘exes to an almost unlimited extent, produe ing with unerring certainty th« following train of morbid symptoms, unless combateo by scientific medical measures, tu.: Sallow countenance, dark spots under the eyes, pair in the head, ringing iri the ears, noise like the rustling of leaves or rattling of chariot*, un casiness about the loins, weakness of the limbs, confused vision, blunted intellect, loss* of confidence, diffidence in approaching strap 5* rs, a dislike to form new acquaintances, s imposition to shun society, loss of memory Eituples and various eruptions about the luce ectic flushes, furred tongue, betid breath co ighs, consumption, night sweats, monoma nia, and frequently insanity. If relief be not obtained, you should apply immediately, ei ther in person or by letter, and have a cur* effected by his now and scientific mode at treating this disease, which never fails o • (Touting a quick and radical cure. furcil nt Homo. Persons at a distance may be CUBED A'l HOME, by addressing a letter to I)B. GIB BON, stating case, symptom*! length of time the disease has continued, and have medicine promptly forward* d# free from damage and curiosity, to any purt of the eountry, with full and plain directions for use. By inclosing Ten Dollars coin in a regis tered letter through the Postoftice, or through Wells, Fargo «k Co’s, a package ol medicine will bo forwarded to any part of the Union. Persons writing to the Doctor will pleas* state the name ol the paper they see this ad vertisement in. All communications strictly confidential. Address DU. J. F. GIBBON, Box 1957, San Francisco. California, jyl-lv San Jose Savings Hank, 28!) .Santa Clara Street, San Jose, Cal., Capital Stock, - - • - $600,000. Paid in Stock—Gold Coin, $300,000. Asset* Jan. 1., 1875. $1,324,155.52 Deposit receipts issued, rear in* interest FROM DATE OF DEPOS IT at SIX PER CENT., payable on demand; KI(illT PER CENT., payable in six months, and NINE por cent, payable in twelve months. lioceiptsare preferable to pass books, be cause the interest is paid promptly at the end of six months from date of each deposit; they may alsu be transferred by indorsement, ami principal with interest will be paid to holder. Pass books issued, if desired, and same rate of interest allowed. Deposits from theinterier.orfrora any part of the United States or Europe, may bo sent by express, or by exchange on San Francisco or New York, in gold or currency. Parti s remitting will state the time for which tho deposit is to be made, and a Deposit Receipt or I’ass Rook—as preferred—will bo promptly returned. Remittances in Currency Exchange will be credited in gold at curront rate. JOHN H. MOORE. 11. U. REYNOLDS, mh7-ly President. Cashier. Vnblic Notice. Miners and all others are hereby notified that the liasye Ctnsoli *1 Mining Company (Limited) will not be responsible tor payment of labor or material furnished to parties having contracts or agreements to work on any cf the Company's mines in Pinto, Secret Canyon, or elsewhere in Eureka county. JOHN R. MURP1IY', Superintendent Eureka, Ner.. Octal er 7, 1878 *8U MI SC EL LA NEO US. SAN FRANCISCO STORE! Main St., below the Parker House. JOHN SHiNOLER, • - PROPRIETOR. ARRIVAL OF SUMMER GOODS!! First Invoice of the Season in Eureka \TK\V GOODS WILL BE RECEIVED EV AN ory weok during the opring and Summor. Cheap! Cheaper!! Cheapest!!! Plnthinn enrl Ciirnicktnn Pnnila uiuuuiig ami i uimoiling uuuuo. Cheaper than at any other establishment in tho town. DRY GOODS. I would also call attention to the LADIES’ DEPARTMENT. Prices no object. French merinos at 7-> cents per yard arid everything else in proportion. Tho goods to arrive are the choice from the best importing houses oi Now York and t>an Francisco ana wore selected with great care by the most cohipotent judges. I would especially invite the ladies ©f Eure ka to call and convince th«nielves of the tre mendous sacrifice at which 1 am selling all the goods in their department, mh -apll-tf JoilN SIIIN'DLER. Gaming License. “XMCI1 AND EVERY PERSON WHO 1 i shall deal, play, carry on, open, or cause to be opened, or who shall conduct, cither as owner or employe, whether for hire or not, except under a license, as hereinafter provided, any game ®t ftro, monte, roulette, lans(|iienette, rouge ot noir, rondo, or any bunking game played with money,dice or an v other devicejwhether the same be played for money checks, credit, or any other represent ative of value, shall be guilty ol u misdemea nor, and on conviction thereof shall bo pun* isbcd by a fine of not less than one thousand nor more than three thousand dollars, or by imprisonment in the County Jail not io*s than three months nor more than one year, or by both such fine and imprisonment.”—[An act to restrict gaming—staPs. Istfb, i>. 119. In conformity with the requirements of the above soctioD of on act entitlod “An act to restrict gaming,” all persons now carrying on, or intending to carry on, any banking game are notified that they must procure a license for such game before opening the same. The game of “honest Injun” i«included. U. W, GILMORE, Sheriff of Eureka eounty, Z. L. Krjio, I'nder sheriff. Eureka, April 14. lK7j. apl4 United States Id ail Line BETWEHS AUSTIN ACTD EUREKA. IAOUR-HOUllSK COACHES. CARRYING . passengers and Wells, largo A Co.'s Lx press, connecting at Austin with the stage to the railroad, and making close connection ai Eureka with Woodruff and Knnor's line to Hamilton. Stages leave Eureka every Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday morning, at H o'clock. Stages leave Austin on Wednesday, Friday and Monday mornings, ut ♦ o'clock. t’.K 1 assongcr* by this line will be furnish 'd excellent meals at tae W ill® vs Station. hi hei v :.mpl© time w ill ho given for dinner oaeh way. J. A. \\ UAON. I r*«| ii r. Office ut the l urker House, Eureka. 4-el9 J. L. 11 im ki.kY. Agent. T. J. BELL’S STAGE LINE TO TYBO and BELMONT! LfUVKH 'UrK* MONDAY AND THURSDAY. RKTI'BSIXG LK.VVM TTHO TUESDAY AND SATURDAY. Office in the .ante building with the Eureka and i'alLudo Line, TRIM RLE Si SNET/.INOEK, jel't-tf _Agent. ELKO AKD EUREKA STAGE LIKfc. W. S. VAN DEEILEN. I’roprietor. rbrongh in 14 Heirs; Ford, $10; Freight pel lb , 4c. I .eaves Eureka eveij Other day al 7 o'eloek A. SI. leaves Elko every oilier «lay at ••‘So o'eloek A. M. For particular, inuuire in Like at the In ternational Hotel, ol H. H. It A 1.1., Ag> nL T. N. STONE.Agent. Elko. Omen—Main .trceL jel7-tf Valuable Mill Property AT AUCTION. MONDAY, MAY 17,1875, AT 12 O’CLOCK M., AT SALESROOM. No. 3110 Montgomery Ntreet, Nan I'rauelMo. \ITE WILL SEIM. THE MILL AN V AP y T purtenanoe. of the TWIN RIVER CONSOLIDATED MIN ING COMPANY. Tho machinery and ai-purtonangea of the tw^nty-f*tump mill belonging to the Twin KiveM oiiaolidatud MininK Company, i« lo cated at Ophir Canyon, Nye county, Nev, Midway between Austin and bolaiont, COMPRISING: 20 Mumps-A0» pound* each ami Battery—dry tru'hlsig; 1 Blake Buck Breaker; e Amalgamating Pans, five feet In diameter—four of them nearly new; 0 bottlers, seven feet diameter; And the other appurtenances of tho milling work, together with an excellent Mentis Unglue. IMxi-'-lneh; also Two Tubular Boilers, fourteen feet long; and all requisite shuftinv. gearing, pulleys, belting, etc., und a valuabla lot of Sierra Nevada timber in the battery frames and in the mill and furnace buildings. Tho whole is in excellent condition, having been in operation within tho past year, and constantly in charge of a keeper while unemployed. The Mill-site nud Tailings are Re served. JOHN MIDDLETON A SUN. aplU-lm Auetionoers. L. fOWKHS. *. W. WILCOX. B, I. CUTTkX . li. POWER* AGO,, Importers and Jobbers in Choice Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc. 73 FRONT STRKKT, •slMf SACRAMENTO, CAL ML SC ELL A XEO US. BIGELOW’S HALL* Corner of Buol and Bateman it*., Eureka riMIIS LARGE ANDCOMMODIOUSHati tom oT18 bU‘U e*1,r,,,sly ,or tho McommoJt Theatrical & Concert Troupes, DANCING PARTIES, ETC. It i* 30 by 70 feet ia the elear, with K *i. teen-foot ociling: i* well fitted and ventilated and will oomlortably teat °> FOUR HUNDRED PERSONS! I’artiei de*iring to oob tract fer the IIA1T will apply to J. 1). BIGELOW ' _ at the Hit WALL PAPER Clieap for Cash. rpll E PNOEKSMNED HAS NOW 0\ 1 hand a tue apartment ef wall yaiie'r whieh he will fell at tbe following low nricei’ for CASH, via: ’ fallt l’nper, • - - 79 eenta per Boil; Katina, • .... 90 rent* per Roll; Blank*, ..... 20 eenta per Roll, tar All order* for PAINTING, GRAIV lMI, PAPERING, ETC., rmmntlv attended to. 0, C. SH EK LOCK. Painter, at>19 One door *o th of Skrtinki. offiea $50 REWARD! STRAYED OR STOLEN! IXtUU ANI.M AL8-0NE WHITS Horse, with Spanish brand on dSV toft hip nnd shoi.lder, small dent in }iSJ\ forehead, near the right eye. ft f\ ONE BAY HOUSE, with star tor*, head; right bind foot white; heavy mu, and tail; Spanish brand on left him ONE MULE, dark buckskin: with dirk stripe on back and legs; lame in right hind foot; tioverament brand on neck, and other brand4 unknown. ON'E LAlttiE HAY MULE, with pi«w of wattle in left shoulder, under the skin, about the size of a twenty-live cent piece. AI«o, for sale, < ne Inrye TEAM ML'LE aid good four-horse Wage; . i'US. E. CASSIDY, ap2l-lm* North, iluby 11U, NOTRE TO TAXPAYER^ rPAX!*AYKlIS TAKE NOTICE THAT, IX 1 p r*uanceof acts (.f the Legislature, ycu are required to make out a *tiitem*i)t under oath or aGi rmatiun according to the form fur r.ished by me. -• ar »• the *ame i* applit-ablt to your ease, »u>l deliver th-* *a*ie to inn or at luy office, within five day* from th* d mand is mad", or tho A sue*-#r will eniUkte tTio valuo u! yaur property and a»*e** the -ante accordingly, and i o deduction will be utade ly th** I card Equalization in the a» *»*«mer*t made by th* A-*v«*or: aad you are further notified that in rase ytu have not i.eal Lstat»• within tho cenaty, of *ufticieat vai m to secure tho t»j*P, demand will be nude for initiMdikttr payment of the *ame, ni d if n*>t raid without delay, it will be mjr •inly to collect the -a.no b; di*t:aiutaad salt of property. A*PoPfor*g often, Eureka, Nor., April 22, 1ST >. j.C. LuNLLL, A**c**or, apJ-Mf Eurekacouaty.Nev. SM.VER BRICK HOTEL, South Main rtroet, Eureka. WM. CULLEN, - - Proprietor. Happy and contented akehilly Ui L'li’n boarders. Tho best!. e].ihg Qun aon.o from gsud Hr. ing. , Board $8 Per Week. The best ruea!r in the State lor SO cents. >.A M M. GILLEN. Application for Patent. Notre no. 2:4. I* 5. Lv1 Ornrg, t Eureka, Nevada, April 21,1875. J Notice is hei ehy given that Jonas If. Osborne, G vo. VS. M. Cvwle# and Gcor*e J. Gardner, whose pastolfiee ad* dren i** Ei rul a. Nevada, have thi« day tiled in thi* office a diagram, together with a notice of application f'-r a i at* at troui the l nil- d Mates, under act of Coagress »i proved A! ay 10. 1*72. ier til teen hundred vX. M) liiual fe«*t of lb** Diab.a lode, the smie running 7*i0 tVvt nariberly and 7 0 feet svutb •rly troui the location monument at the leva* •i >ii -ba t. with surface ground two buadrcu feet in width, sin nted hi Secret Vinyvn .Mining District, Eureka county, State et Nevada, and describ' d in tho plat and field note.- on tile in this office as follows, to wit: U. S. Survey, No. 83, Tteginring at a post mark* d “No. 1. ILS. Survey No. b-f," whence the flag-staff in toe town of Eureka bears N. 8 deg. 2* nun. t., 2-*),it; f©< t: tho post marked l’. S. Monuuijnt, No. 8, on the summit of lloosnc Mountain hears N. 55 deg. 8 ruin. W., 84*> fan*: P#J» No. 1, of Survey, No. Mi lloosnc lode, b* arso. 2» dog. 2 min* E., 2.1<»7 foot: and the working shaft upon this lode bears N.12 d* g. ■,n* \V.t 778 V*lu I vet; thence running S. M W.,200 feet, to post marked No. 2 V. >. k ur“ voy.No. «cs; thonco N. 10’, d.*. M..I,;*) fselts pust luarkid .N». 8, 1 . t*. Purvey, N». >"j thence N. W, iln*. K.,200 I. vt. to *>•*« a*ark«> •No. 4. T. S. Survey, No. 88; and thonee S. 10 , dig. K., 1..700 It-, t, to poet No, 1.1 he line" of beginning; containing 8 tfc'-iw JJjJJJ* Courses expressed from the true nierinian with a mug no tic variation of UVi degree* oast. M1j 1 his claim is located upon unsurr*7* liiinl amt Is bounded on the south by the if i Out Claim, „n „ # This claim is recorded in book U, 210, of tho Secret Canyon District Mining Kecords, and a copy of the notice ana P cun b>* found posted at the location 1 upon tho lode. D. If. 1 AIM EC, Kegiste . ap22 __ LUMBER. LUMBBB. The California Lumber Co. TS NOW IN FULL BLAST, WITH A L gold assortment of Lumber, Shingles, Boors, Bash, Ac, And it prepared to fill orders for any amoo** of lumbor as low as the lowest. foMtf CALIFORNIA LUMBKR Cft, JOHN L. WALKER A CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Cider, Vinegar, Soda, Mead, Ginger Top, Cordials and Byrnp* TOST RECEIVED—25 BARBELS ** *J linois Crab Cider, per r"llrH;r ;,0P0 barrels of Oregon Champagnei waeo ^ pounds of Los Angeles raisins, anu pound* of Aldon-dried BPpio*. r«pt J* Faniiles supplied.. Orders, left at tap* C. Colgan’s and Chri*. Murtns e* Eureka, Feb* 25,