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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
SAN FRANCISCO STORE! Maui St., below thk Parker House. JOHN SHINDLER, • - PROPRIETOR. ARRIVAL OF SUMMER GOODS!! First Invoice of tha Season in Enreka NEW GOODS WILL BE RECEIVED Ev ery week during the opring and Suuimor. CheapI Cheaper!! Cheapest!!! Clothing and Furnishing Goods. Cheaper than at any other establishment in the town. DRY GOODS. I would also call attention to the LADIES’ DEPARTMENT. Prices no object. French merinos at 75 cents per yard and everything else in proportion , The goods to arrive are the choice from the best importing bouses of New York and San Francisco and were selected with great care by the most competent judges. I would especially invite the ladies of Eure ka to call and convince themelves of the tre mendous sacrifice at which I am soiling all the goods in their department. mhM-apH-tf JOHN SHINDLER. L. W. CROHRE* T. 4. MAUPrK. MAUPIN & CROMER Wholesale and Retail Dealorsin HARDWARE, Mill and mining goods. ga» PIPES, STEAM AND GAS FITTINGS. House Furnishing Goods, STOVES. TIN AND COPPER WARE. POW DERAND FUSE. WINDLASS ROPE OF ALL SIZES, ETC. We nre also prepared to Cut and Fit Gas Pipe. HILL & FURNACE WORK Done on Short notice. The best quality of Steel, and also Stone Coal. Constantly on hand. Also. Manufacturers oi Tin, Sheet-Iron, Copper Ware. Particular attention paid to all work in our line, and guaranteed to give perfect satisfac tion in every particular. ALSO, SOLE AGENTS FOR CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS FOR EUREKA. Him:, BLASTING AND SPORTING POWDER Constantly on hand. HERCULES POWDER, FUSE AND CAPS! 20-my23tf MAUPIN Je CROMER. San Jose Savings Bank, 284 Santa Clara Street, Snn Jose. Cal., Capital Stock, - - - - $600,000. Paid in Stock—Cold Coin, $300,000. Asaeta Jan. 1„ 1875,$1,324,155.52. fkEPOSIT RECEIPTS ISSUED, BEAR ing interest FROM DATE OF DEPOS IT at SIX PER CENT., payable on demand; KIG1IT PER CENT., payable in six months, and NINE per cent, payable in twelve months. • Receipts are preferable to pass books, be cause the interest is paid promptly at the end of six months from date of each deposit; they may also be transferred by indorsement, and principal with interest will be paid to holder. Pass books issued, if dosired, and same rate of interest allowed. De posits from theinterier, or from any pnrt of the Unitod States or Europe, may be sent by express, or by exchange on San Francisco or New York, in gold or currency. Parties remitting will state the time for which tho deposit is to bo made, and a Deposit Receipt or Pass Rook—as prol'orred—will bo promptly returned. Remittances in Currency Exchange will be credited in gold at current rate. JOHN H. MOORE, U. H. REYNOLDS, mh7-ly President.Cashier. Assessment Notice. PIONEER CONSOLIDATED MINING Company, location of principal place of businosa, San Francisco, California; location of works, Eureka, Eureka county. State of Nevada. Notice is hereby given thnt at a meeting of the Directors, held on tho 18th day of May, 1875, an assessment—No. 3—of ten cents per share was levied upon the capital stock of the Corporation, payable immediately, in United Statos gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the Company, Room 29. No. 419 California street, San Francisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 23d day of June, 1873, will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction; and unless payment is made before will bo sold on TUESDAY, the 14th day of JULY', 1873, to pay the delinquent as sessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. CHAS. S. NEAL, Secrotnry. Office—Room 29, No. 419, California street, San Franciseo, California. my22td SNETSINGER& HENDERSON, WHOLKSALK AND RKTAIL DKALKBS IN axtoosziixis, Provisions, Fresh Vegetables, Fruits, Nuts. Butter, Eggs, Miners’ Supplies. —ANT— General Merchandise PURE WINES AND LIQUORS Constantly on band. Remember the place: Woodruff A Ennoi's old stand. Main street. Eureka. niylNtf Eureka Odd Fellows’ BUILDING ASSOCIATION. The subscription books for capi tal stock in the above Association are now opep for the remaining stock unsold. Subcriptions to stock payable in monthly in atallments of twenty per cent. For further particulars and estimates as to the advantages and security of investment in this stook,apply to W. II. DAVENPORT. ’ Secretary E. 0. B. A. Eureka, Nov, May 10th. 187!. myltt-ti Patronize Home Industry. j^LEC. DOTTA HAS ENGAGED IN THE Preparatlen wf Pare Java <V>ITee. Ha la prepared to fill orders from all sec tions in quantities from Om Pound to Ono Thousand Pounds. Main street, neat door to I the Turner House, ilflHhk.', i SALOONS, Ac. Wholesale Liquor House! In Whltton'* Stone Building, Main Street. Eureka. Having just retuked from the East, after purchasing a largo and SELECT STOCK OF (|j| WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, lam competent of not only competing with the Eureka merchants, but alike with San Francisco travelers. 1 will also bo able to furnish salooon-koenors with C r o n k Beer, On and after June 1st. I say nothing but what I am willing to guarantee. COAlE AND SEE FOR YUnK SKLF. HENRY KIND. Proprietor. jelO-myti ARCADE SALOON! W. 8. SOLANS, Pro’r, South Main Street, Eureka, Nevada. rjtllE BEST ! YES. THE VERY BEST, OF Wine*, I.lqnnr.nml Cigar* Passed over the ARCADE BAR, -FOB TWELVE and a HALF CENTS ! dlT-tf W. S. BOLAND. Base Range Saloon, CONRAD IIOTZ, Proprietor, IN SAM. GOLDSTONE’S OLD building, on South Main Street, Eureka, Nevada. The host of WINES, LIQUORS AND ClC ARS. A SQUARE DRINK FOR EVERY'Bi.DY! GIVE THE PLACE A CALL;! myU-f JOHN A. PAXTON, ALLKX A. CURTIS, H. MULLER. PAXTON & CO., B ANTB.BB.S! EUREKA, NEVADA, Draw at sight, in sums to suit on Bank of California.San Francisco Agency Bank of California-.New York do do do do .Virginia City D. 0. Mills Jc Co.Sacramento Decker & Jewett...Marysville White U McCornick...Salt Lake City Oriontal Bank Corporation.London Discount Commercial paper. Make Collec tions, Receive Deposits in Coin or Currency on open account. Certificate, or Special De posit, and transact A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS! MINING STOCK BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. nihil D. B. IMMEL & CO., BANKERS. In the Old Express Building, Main Stroct. Eureka. RAWS AT SIGHT ON SAN FR&NCISCO, NEW FORK, LONDON, And all principal cities in the United States and Europe. Discount commercial paper. Receive daposits in Coin or Curronev on open account; Certificates or Special Deposits, and will transact a General Banking Business. Long experience in tho Collecting Department Cf Wells, Fargo & Co., justifies ui in an nouncing that wo will make Collections from Abroad a Specialty . apfltf ICE! ICE! ICE! RECEIVED EVERY DAY'. FRESH HUMBOLDT ICE COLDER, CLEARER AND MORESOLID than any ico furnished in this market. Families, Saloons, Hotels, and Restaurants, Supplied in quantities from one pound to a ton a day. my20 yn WM, VAN ALSTINE. ICE! ICE! ICE! rPIIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING THE A control of tlio majority of the ice now in Eureka county is prepared to doliver CLEAR, PURE ICE! In quantities to suit. Contracts made for furnishing ice all Sum mer. 1’artie* purchasing ice of mo may be as sured of being furnished with the same throughout the Bummer. Families Suppled at their Residences. Orders loft with the undersigned will re ceive prompt attention, rnylStf LAAlllijRT MOLIN'KLLI. THOMAS MURPHY, _:res — THE — PIONEER BOOT-MAKER, Will make to ardor The Beat French Calf Top Sole* aewed Boota, FOR FIFTEEN DOLLARS! Pegged Boota, Thirteen Dollara TIB ALSO KEEPS ON HAND A LAROE XT assortment of his own make, from hi.< •hop in San Francisco. ■arCatll and Examine my Work.fa ALL WORK WARRANTED. dU-tf SALOONS. BILLIARDS ! IBB COXUrZA Has just received new billiard TABLES, with Dolany's Patent Wire Cushions, and is to be kept as A FIRST-CLASS SALOON. GEO. TIIACIIER.) pr„n.i„,nr. CLAY tfIMAiS, / Proprietors. ap!9 Palace Saloon, East Main street, South of Wells, Fargo A Co. JLUTIIKU CI.ARH, Proprietor, Has fitted up, in the rest style, tho above Saloon, whero ho will keep only tho choicest brands of Liquors and Ci gars. Call and be convinced. Eureka. Nov. It), 1K71. nov2t-tf FZIANB ABADZB, W holesale Dealer in WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, ETC., ETC,, ETC. Nearly Opposiite the Court-House. Month .Main street, Kureka. Large stock constantly on hand, consisting of fafedy; Brandies, Domestic and Foreign; Whiskies, the best brands; Wines, all kinds, in wood and glass; Ale, imported, in wood and glass; Porter und Cider, do. do.; Havniia Cigars, all kinds; PLAYING CARDS, COAL OIL, ETC WiU BUY CHECKS, NOTES, CHARCOAL REtEU' JS. etc. Houses to rent to families, or for business. fcl4-tf FRANK’S SALOON! JOS. MENDES, Prop’r. ■yyllOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. All kinds of Soda Driijks, flavored with tho following EXTRACTS,constantly on hand: Sarasparilla. Sherrbot. J'ear, blackberry. Ambrosia, Orgeat, Lemon, Rose, Neotar, Orange, Milk Punch, Hock, Vanilla, Jeo Cream, Claret. (linger, Coffee Cream, Mint, Strawberry, Cho’late cream Catawba, l’ine Apple, Grecian bond, H ild Cherry Raspberry, and Don’t Care. EBNO and CLUB ROOMS! Money to loan on collateral or approved business paper. 27-tnhll SILVEIi BIIICK SALOON, Main street. Eureka, DA VE ROSENHEIM - - - Proprietor. At the silver prick, gentle men can always find tho finest quali ties of MINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS that can be procured on the Pacific Coast. jaHO-tf-jy" K. B. l’O.NII. 1 k. b. rkvnoi.ps. V J. EVANS, Agent. SAM’L tlORK. j POND, REYNOLDS & CO., importer? and Jobber?of WINES AND LIQUORS, 212 California St., San Francisco. W Sole Agents for Pacific Coast for O. 0. Blake's Bnurnon County Whiskies. sii.tr CAPITAL MARKET, Opposite Thacker A Co's, North Main Street. JOE WIXZELL.PROPRIETOR, Denlor in BEEF,VEAL, MUTTON A PORK, Offered at Wholesale and ltetal. ■*" Spocial attention paid to supplying families with tho best quality of meats. All orders promptly attended to. inhii-tf JP. LOB WY Begs to inform iiis friends that he has bought the agency of J. 11. .MICHAEL for all the Kastcrsi Papers. Period ten I*. Maga zines anti Kit m hi oil Books, And is prepared to deliver them to his aub* scribers at their place of residence FREE OF CHARGE! **rOFFICE, at G. Young’s Gunsmith Shop, next to Meyors and Franklin’s. . apl7-tf BIGELOW'S HALL, Corner of Buoland Bateman sts.. Eureka. THIS LARGE AND COMMODIOUS II ALL X was built expressly lor the accommoda tion of Theatrical & Concert Troupes. DANCING PARTIES, ETC. It is 30 by 70 feet in the clear, with a six teon-fuot celling; is well fitted uud ventilated and will comfortably seat FOUR HUNDRED PERSONS! Parties desiring to contract for the II ALL, will apply to J.D. BIGELOW, ap£!-tl at the lla'I. RUBY HILL WATER WORKS. Capacity of Tanks 152,000 Gallons ALL NOW FULL. WATER WILL BE FURNI8HKD IN WW Ruby Hill, in any desired quantifies, at all seasons of the year, at a uniform rate and lower than can be furnished from any other source. Water delivered twieo daily to pri vate families, miners’ cabins, saloons, ete. Tickets ranging from 0)4 to 50 cents apiece will be sold at the office of tho company »»n Ruby Hill, by W. 11. MILLER, Superin tendent. , W. B. UAIIUUB Proprietor. my20tl MISCELLANEOUS. DON’T YOU SNOW -THAT THE PLACE to BUY GOODS IN EUREKA -IS AT W. H. CLARK’S Mammoth Stone Building, Csrncr Main and Clark Streets, WHERE WILL BE FOUND THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Consisting in part of Staple and Fancy Croceries, Tobaccos and Pipes, Iron and Ilardwaro, Paints and Oils, Crockery, Tin And Woodcnware, And an endless variety of Carpenters’ Tools, Mining Im plements, Farming Utensils, Powder and Fuse, Cloth ing and Cents’ Famish ing Goods, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Sta tionery, Coal & Ore Sacks, And everything else required by Miners, Furnace Men, Ranchers, Coal-burners, Families, OB. AN7 OT2ZEB MAN! PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES! Large Sales! Small Profits! Prompt Payments! IS 3IY MOTTO. RrTGeods delivered to nny part of the town or surrounding country F'KEEUF Oil A KG E. AGENT FOK Dnpout's Diasllng anil Kpartlug 1*<> w iter. myft-tf W. II. CI.ARK. WOLF HARRISON, Merchant Tailor and Draper, South Muin st„ opposite Paxton’s Rank. ED11EKA. G< ENTT.EMEN'S GARMENTS MADE IN I the latest stylos. A lino selections of Droudcloths, Cassimeres, etc., on hand. I'lotlilng Carefully Cleaned aud Re. nu lMf|»i»lreil. D. C. SHERLOCK, House and Sign Painter —AND— PArsn nAJicm. J^LLLORDERS rROMrTDY ATTENDED l’aint shop one door south of Skxti.xkl oflieo, on Duel street.Eurekn. mv'Jotf LIVERY, FEED .37? AND Sale Stable. C. C. CARl'KMTKR. It. RISHOl'. BISHOP & CARPENTER. SOUTH MAIN STREET, NEARLY OPI’O site tho Tumor House. Eureka. We have recently purchased u mini her ol elegant turn outs nud a lot of tine saddle-horses, and are prepared to furnish CA AH l AG ES, JH GG1 Eh and SADDLE-HORSES at reasonable rutos, llorsos boarded by tho day, week, or month. Hay and Purluy lor sale. Py lair-dealing, good stock, and strict at tention to business, wo hone to secure a lair sharn of patronage. . apitf YOUNG’S CONFECTIONERY! C1ANDIES, FRU ITS, N UTS AND CON FEC ) T10N KKY manufactured by mysolf, at the now Confectionery Store, on Main Street, two doors south oi Ashim Bros. No Old Imported Confectionery! All Confectionery Manufactured by Myself. I DEFY IPFOSITION! ivM-ffM. YOUNG. M, W. HENRY, CIVII, KIOIIECn AID UNITED States Deputy Mineral Surveyor. Office. Court-house Building, Hamilton, Nevada. myat-lra noticeT IJERSONS HAVING BILLS AGAINST X too 1 lonoer ('onaolidatod Mining Torn pany, are requested to present th ru t o J. C. Brown, k k oinco, as soon as possible. "fW* _J. C. BROWN. For Rent. THE BASEMENT UNDER THE NEW Odd reiLiwvs Hull. Tho room is 8ii by »5 teot, thoroughly fire-proof, und suitable for storage. Apply to “P^tf W, y. DA YEN POUT. MISCELL A NEO US. ATTENTION! ATTENTION! VOUMO AMD ODD! The Great Clearing-Out Sate -AT D. MAN HEIM’S, In Baron’s Brick Storo. For Thirty Bays Only! lie will sell all lii* CLOTHING & FURNISHING GOODS! Fine Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Drilling, Sheeting, And all other articles, at Greatly Reduced Prices, In order to make room for bis New Stocls. -OF General Merchandise Which will commence to arrire on the 15th of April Xext. Ilia stock consists of the Best and Choicest GOODS, And those that want to buy Cheap for Cash! Let them go and convince themselves. DAVE Means Business, And expects to have a GREAT RUSH FOR 30 DAYS! Until hii entire stock is sold. fe2K C I T Y DRUG —A.Mi Boolistore ! l irst door below Moyers «V Frank lib’s store, Alain Street, Eureka. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BLANK ard Miscellaneous l ooks. Ink-, Fens and Assorted Stationery kept in stock. THE DRUG DEPARTMENT Is supplied with PURE DRUGS aid CHEMICALS; PATENf HKlIHlNKt, I'ninta, (.lavs, Oils. Nnap. Fancy and Toilet Articles. Etc., Etc. DR. 3. H, LIKENS. PK0PK1ET0K. BRANCH STORE CN RUBY HILL inniT-tf I. GOODFRIEND, PRACTICAL PAPER * HANGER ! yyriLL execute all odebs with NEATNESS AND DISPATCH. All ordors left at Sam. Kri.dmnn'a auction store will receive prompt attention. A slmro of tho public patronage is respect solicited. v i<ai-tf GEORGE YOUNG, Gunsmith and Cutler BEtiS TO INFOItM THE public that ho has re moved from his old stand, near tho Silvor Brick Saloon, to tho opposite side, on Main street, _ next to If. Munh.lie's store. where ho will be happy to receive the patronage of bia former customers, lie also informs the public that be bus CONSTANTLY WIT HAND The finest and iargost assortment —or— GUNS AND PISTOLS Of Every Patern. Also, ammunition, and every other article'o the sporting line. A large assortment of Uoals-nliolma 4 littery. Bntrhrra* Ionia, 4'hII foriiin-iiinde ( ai-viugHvts, Haters. And all other good, partainiug to this lino, at the lowest figures. Kepairing done with neatness and dispatch. cuttr^oH rouHonabltt. Eureka. Feb. 17th. 1(>74. felMl Notice to Shippers ! 0N AND AFTER APRIL 10th 1875, TIIF RATES OF FREIOHT FROM PALISADE TO EUREKA -M ILL BE • 1-4 CENT3 PER POUND. E. A I*. R. R. Co. OEO. COWLES, Agent. __ mhaitf _ For Rent. rpilE FIRE-PROOF WAREHOUSE ItK A cently occupied by S. B. M'ynian us a mill and rtoreliouso. Apply to “J'l-l’u JOUN S. CAPRON, miscella neo vs. To the Unfortunate. MEW REMEDIES! MEW REMkdib,, N DR. CIBBON'S DlSPcn 4 SAHY, No. B23 KEAltNY “ corner of ( omuiercial, Sr,, o' * ' cisco. Vrivato entrance on (W1, - more ml atreot. Flstabli.W *■ I8.il, tor tlie treatment of Sexual .Jv , » Diseases, such as Honor rh.ea, (.loot Syphilis in all its forms, SeminaTCa & Itnpotency, etc etc. Skm diseases of ,L I standing, and Ulcerated Legs, etc., sucJ„? ly fronted. cce88ful« GIBBON has the pleasure of inn,a ing that ho ha* returned from I? principal hospitals of Europe, and "• sumed practice. “8 r«* Tho Doctor has spared neither time mtnoyin seeking out new remedies andi' returned with increased facilities for'the .if viation of human *uf!>ring. Nrmlnal Wen knee. Seminal emission is the consequence o' ur abuse. This solitary vice, or depraved indulgence, is practiced by the youth of L“S sexes to an almost unlimited extent nrnd “ ing with unerring certuinty the folES?' train of morbid symptoms, unless coinb. 2 by scicntilic medical measures, vir • «»ii counturiaiicc, dark spots under the eyes .t* in tho head, ringing in the cars, noise lik’.ii rustling of leaves or rattling of chariot. easiness about tho loins, weakness 0f’,T limbs, confused vision, blunted intellect I * of confidence, diffidence in approaching gprs, a dislike to form new acquaintance, . dispuaition to shun society, less of n-emnnl pimples and various eruptions about the law hectic Hushes, turred tongue, foetid brea kl coughs, consumption, night sweats, monon. nia, and frequently insanity, if relief belt obtained, you should npply Immediately 1 thor in person or by letter, and haveaeun elloctod by his new ami scientific mode <3 treating this disease, which never tails / effecting a quick and radical cure. u i'lireil nl Home. Persona at a distance mar be CUKKli it HOME, by addressing a lottor to 1)11. GnJ BON , stating case, symptoms length of time the disease lias continued, and have mediein. promptly forwarded, free from damage and curiosity, to any part cf the country, with toll and plain directions for use, iiy inclosing Ten Dollur* coin in a resit tored letter through tho l ostoflico, 0r through \\ ells, Fargo ir Co’s, a package cl medicine will be forwarded to any part of tin Union. Versons writing to tho Doctor will p]„., state the name o! tho papor they see thien* vertisemont in. All communications strictly confidential Address lilt. J. p, HI HIKIN' Box 1887, San F'rnncisco. California. _j.vl-lv_ Application for Patent. NOTICE NO. 27.). U. S. Land Owing, i Eureka. Nevada, May 20,1877.1 VTOTICE IS JIEl.’EliV GIVE*! THAT In 1 bomax J. Taylor. whoso Postoffice*d dross is Eureka, Nevada, Iihs this day tiled in this office a diagram, together with a rvtk-e of application tor a potent from the I niud States, underact of Congress approved .May Id, 1*7 i. for eight hundred—mm— lm< al f« et Jf tho .Ioffetoon Lode, the same running $*Q feet southerly from the Jackson Survey, with sur face ground 200feet in width, situated in Ki> roka Mining District, Eureka county,Stats of Nevada, and deseribed in the plat xud hold notes on tile in this ottieo as follows: U. S. Survey No. 84. Beeinnincr nt a post marked "No. 1, D.S Srr v *v No. M," whence* fh * highest point ofRukjr Dill No. 1 beais N. 47 dogs. :A min*. W. foot; the flagstaff, in the town of Eureka, bear* N. 44 dogs. 2 mins. E. V,717 feet; pm No. •'», of Survey No. *•*, Carson Link , l>.ars N. 2d degs. I mins. \\‘. 1,77* toot; and uo mouth ot tb‘* JcfT*rson tunnel bears io , «l*gs. W, 2- 8 feet; th- neo running >. V/A d*ip. E. MiO loot t‘» p« st mark* d "No. 2. U,S, j*u> vey No.HI.” thenco 8. 82*; dogs. W. jw i«ct •n post marked "No. 8, C. 8. Survey No. 84;' thence N.7?i dogs. W. HUO feet to pest mar U1 "No, 4, U. S. Survey No. 84;” and tlieneeN. 82*4 decs, E. 2DO feet tc post "N”. |,” th place of beginning. Containing3 tfMOu sent. Courses ex press* a from the true murium-, with ii magnetic variation of l*»Vi dig!*. cn»f. This claim is located on unsurveyed land* and is hounded up tho north by the Jackson Lode. 'J his claim is recorded in "Book h." page 211. of the Eureka District mining rw* ords; and a ropy of tho nolice ran he found posted at tho northern end of thoclain,. iny iU D. 11. 1M M t. L. ltegiitcr. Application for Patent. NOTICE NO. 571. U S, l.AMC O.m w, _ I Eureka, Nevada, Ajuil il,I*7V) Notice im iiekkuy oivkx that Jonas 1. Osborne, Geo. 7\. M. t’owl«*i and George J. Gardner, whose postufliee id dress is Eureka. Nevada, have this nay filed in this olfice a diagram, together with a notice of application f«<r a patent lioui the United States, under ad of Congress si proved May 10, 1*72, lor til teen hundred* l.***' lineal feet of the Diab.o lode, the s^me running 7 *0 feet northerly and 7 0 feet south erly from the location iin»nuineiit at the 1'»<■*** ,ioii shalt. with surface ground two hundred loet in wioth, situated in Secret tunvon Mining District, Eureka county, State of Nevada, and described in the plat ami field notes on file in this ottice ns follows, to wit: U. S. Survey, No. 83, Beginning at a port marked “No. I. 1.& Survey No. 8S,M wnonce tho flag-stuff in “*• town of Eureka beat s N. J deg. 28 nun. E. 27,48.7 fed: the post marked U. 8. Monument. No. 8, on the summit of Iloosnc Mountain bears N. .*>7 deg. 8 min. 7V., 847 feet; l1*1 No. 1, of Survey, No. M) lloosaclode, bearsE 27 dog. 2 min. E., 2,1*7 feet; and tl*e working shaft upon this lode bears N. 12 dog. ‘D mu** W., 778 7-10 fact; thence running &”ef' W.,200 fcot, to post marked No. 2 1.8- kUI* voy,No. 8J; thenco N. 10'.4 dog. 7' .,1, 4)0 feett post marked No. 8. U. 8. Survey, N® thenco N. 1\)% deg. E., 2U0 I-et, to post mirkei No. 4, 1J. 8. Survey, No. M; and tljenca 10:4 deg. E., 1..7U) fed, to post No, I. the of beginning; containing 0 8MW am* Courses expressed from iho truo mww* with a magnetic variation of b»,9 degree 'this claim is located upon. land amt is bounded on tho south by toe a « T his claim is recorded in book. B. M 210, of the Secret Canyon District Kccords, and a copy of the notice mu f cun b<* found posted at the location upon tho lode. D. D. 1M.71EL, Legist ap22 ___ ASSESSMENT NOTICE CULVER WEST CONSOLIDATED' in* Company—Location of works. (. • Eureka county, Nevada—l’rtni'H'Al pi* business: Kan I1 ranciseo. Calilorms. . . Notice is hereby given, that ut » ®e*> .•* tho IPiard of Trustees of said company, on the 1 .Hi day of May, 1W.>, an assunjj (No. 1) of ton cents (10 cents) per ska levied npon the capital stuck 0,.i,it\uWi pany, payablo immediiilely, in I ntjjo ,.u gold coin, to tho Kecrotury, at the < company, itooms Nos. H and 1 JMJfg, liuilding, No. ntM Montgomery struct Eraneisee, California. _.oil Any stock upon which saidA,,*#* shall romatn unpaid on the 1 i„i;nau»t, or June. 1M73. shall bo deemed dcliM"", and will he duly udvertised for sale v/nl>il« auction, and unless payment shall before will ho sold on »AU'»<*a thirtv-ftrst day of July, 1KT‘>, quodt uMrwmont, toicctnor wits advertising und^penreoj^c Office — Rooms Nos. » J S» Building, No. tiOU Montgomery «reej_tJ J*'ranciseo, California. _ _ ORDER OF THE BOARIif COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ORDERED THAT ALL W'-^^fthtl? Eureka County must be hM (Wk County Clerk before tho first Mon , , whom month, fully iteinueil, and 'tat n^ r #ts. ordered; otherwise they will he law “witd*' HAltMON.CWk I