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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
J. Z>. GALBRAITH’S Corner Famiy Grocery STORE, Corner of Buel and Clark Sts., In Dick Byland’s Fire-proof Building, oppo site Masonic Hall. 1JY STOCK, WHICH IS ALL NEW AND JjA constantly arriving, consists of Coffee, Tea, Ham, Bacon, Lard, Boneless Cndtish, Smoked Salmon, Herring. Butter. Choose, Mackerel. Dried Apples, Benches, Blackbcr rie-'. Pitted Blums, l’oaled i’oaehes, Zant Currants, Comb llonoy, liaisins. Figs. Corn, Buckwheat and Oatmeal, Syrup, Coal Oil, Cabbage. Potatoes, Onions, and a good assort ment ofeannod goods. Pickles, Sauces, Sar dines, Oysters, Parched Coffee, Nuts, Candies and a variety of articles too numerous to mention; all of which 1 will soil cheap for caM, ^approved ored,.- p> gA1)BRAlm Town Lots at Alpha. The eitke'<a and palisade rail road COMPANY will soli, upon easy and reasonable terms, Desirable Town bits at the Young and Thriving Town of The terminus of the Eureka and Palisade Kailrond. Apply at the office of tho Compa ny, at Alpha. fedtf LUMBER. LUMBER. The California Lumber Co. IS NOW IN FULL BLAST. WITH A good assortment of Lumber, Shingles, Boor " Sash, Ac., And it prepared to fill ordors for any amount of lumber as low as tho lowest. fe28tf CALIFORNIA LUMBER CO. EXPRESS AND JOB WAGON I or freight r«S§L taken to any point Y/'n1-V;;iL in or about town and tho neigh Goring mining camp*, on reasonable terms. Also General Jobbing Attended to with promptness nnd dispatch. Orders left at CHIUDA’S Fruit Store, nesr tho Parker House, or at ray residence on Spring street, fourth house north of Clark street, raytlltf A. F. JONES. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Eureka mining and smelting Company.—Location of principal place of business, 808 California street, San Fran cisco—Location of Works, Eureka. Nevada, Notije is hereby given that at a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the first day of Juno, 1875, an assessment, No. ft. ol six (li) cents per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immedi ately, in U. S. gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the t'omjiany, 308 California street—up-stairs—Sun Francisco. Any stock upon which this nsses«monf shall remain unpaid on the Ninth l»i.y of July, 1M75, will bo delinquent and ndver t\*e& for sale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, will be sold on the UlST DAY OF JULY, 187 >, to nay tho delin quent assessment, together with costs of ad vertising and expenses of sale. Hy order of tho Hoard of Directors. A. 0. KYCE, Secretary. Office—.‘108 California Street, San h rancisco, je8-td_ Notice TO REAL ESTATE OWNERS! OWNERS OF REAL ESTATE IN THE town of Eureka will confer a favor and make it easier for tho Assessor nnd them selves by enlllng at hist oilier nnd having a correct atatsinaul lundc out there, lie has correct maps of all the aurvays, from which correct descriptions can be tuken: but the plats are too bulky to he taken around with convenience, hence this re niest. J. C. POW ELL, my25-tf County Assessor. San Jose Savings Rank, 288 Santa Clara Street, San Jose. Cal., Capital Stock, - - . - $600,000. Paid in Stock-Gold Coin, $300,000. Asaeta Jan. 1„ 1875. $1,324,155.52. TYEPOSIT RECEIPTS ISSUED, BEAR \J ing interest FROM DATE OF DEPOS IT at SIX PER CENT., payable on demand; EIGHT PER CENT., payable in six months, and NINE per cent, payable in twelve months. Recoiutsnre preferahlo to pass books, be cause the interest is paid promptly at tbe end of aix months from date of each deposit; they may also be transferred by indorsement, ana principal with interest will be puid to holder. Pass books issued, if desirod, and same rate of interest allowed. De posits from the interier, or from any part of the United 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 fur which the deposit is to be made, and a Deposit Receipt or Pass Rook—as preferred—will be promptly returned. Remittances in Currency Exchange will • credited in gold at current rate. > JOHN H. MOORE, H. H. REYNOLDS, mh7-ly President. Cashier. New Photograph Gallery! LOUIS MONACO. Proprietor. Oa South Main street. Eureka. Nevada, My new gallery having been completed, I am ready to furnish the best and MOST LIFELIKE PICTURES! To be obtained in Eastern Nevada. ALL KINDS UF' PICTURES are finished In superior style and with the latest improve snents of the art. ENLARGED PHOTOGRAPHS, reproduced trorn the smallest Miniatures to Life Sire, are taken at this Gallery equal to any taken Castor West. All negatives are carefully retouohed and preserved for future orders. Jol LOUIS MONACO, Artist. POLL TAX] A will TAX OF 94 IS NOW VV THE jTX State, for tbe year 1875, by each male inhabitant over tbe age of twenty-one and un* der sixty. Please call at tbe Assessor's office and settle. J, c. POWKLL. County Assessor, NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that we have this day sold our entire mercantile business to it. Sadler, who will her after con duct the same at (hoold stand, and lor whom we recommend a liberal patrerage. „ . „ KKli.LV AXIAKRISON. Eureka, Nay., May 29, DT*. myJU-fiw PROFESSION A E._ A. M. HIMAOtlSK. >'• I'AVI Sl'OBT HILLUOUSE .t DAVENPORT, ATTOBSEVB AT LAW. OFFICE IN Dick Hyland's Brick Building, Bate man street. Eureka. Nevada. jell-tf THOMAS J. READ, (1IVII, ENTJINEF.il ANII I'. S. I»EI* j utv Mineral Surveyor. Office in Hy land's ilrick Building, on die corner of Bind and BaUman streets, up stairs. myll THOS. WREN, attorney at law, Main Street, Eureka, Nevada. j«2 >-tf THOS. LASPEYRE, AT TOR N E Y A T L A II’. NOTARY I'l BLK'tniul Commission er of Perils for California. OFFICE IN' THE COI RT-IIOI SE Building. Eureka, Nevada, Will practico in all the eouris of the State, my-7-t t__ SELDEN HETZEL, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Clark’s Stone Building, CORN EH OF MAIN AND CLARK STS., Eureka, Nevada. _nod_^_ _ C. G. HUBBARD. <:. J. DABBING. LANSINC & K'JEBARD, ATTOKNKYS AT UV. I’lIACTICK ill all Courts in this Stuto and California. C.O. llnbbnril ... Xolnrj l'libllr. Uffico in Hyland’s Brick Building, liatoman street. Eureka, Nev. and-1_ DR. M. R. CHAMBL1N, -piIYSM IAN AN I> SI ItOKO.N, CAN X be found at the Eureka Drug Store, or ut bis private office on Duel street., two doors south of the Shntinku oflico. »1 DR. A. C. BI8HOD, PHY SICIAN ANT> M'BOROJf. OF. fiee: on f'econd floor in Clark’s Stone Building, corner .Main and Clark streot«, Eu reka. jel2-tf G. W. BAKER, ATTOBSI1Y AT I, aw ano NOTARY PUBLIC. Office on Main streot, above th* Turner House. jail PR. PAUL M. BRENAN, Physician, Surgeon & Lecturer, OlXYCi: 127 BOM'dOMIlUY NT, SAN EHANCiSCO. OFFICE IIOUHS FROM NINE A. M. TO 12 m., 2 to 5 p m.; bto 8 p. m my2b C. HAMILTON, D. D. 8.. Dentist. Rooms: Five doors south of the Siiirrmj, office, Jiucl street, Eureka. fb ^-LUJLiy BUSINESS CARDS. DAVID LUNDBOM ASSilVSB.. Office: Main street. opiHMitc Hie Pio neer llcftt.AU rail t. fi^Accurat^ assays guaranteed. A SMALL ADVANCE FROM MY FOR MER very low rate* will bo charged in the future, though fees will still bo kept as reasonable as possible. Strangers are required to pay in advance. Eurek a, August 22. lS7->. au2*i-fl' HARLAN A PHILLIPS, Asswuns. OFFICE. MAIN STREET, opposite Pritchard’s Faste Freight De pot, Eureka, Nev. ap*J)-tt THOMAS J. TENNANT, VTOTAKY PIBI.K. TOXVLYAXt’ ing in all its branches. Acknowledge ments, Protesting Commercial Paper, arid Taking Depositing?, promptly attended t«>. Office with R. L. < hacoy County Recorder, in the Court-houso Building, Eureka, Eureka county, Nevada. ju8-tf GEO. W. MERRILL, Attokxey at law, district Attorney for Eureka county, and No tary Public. Uffico in^he Court-house. jnS-tf Jamks L. Kino, ) 1 EdwahoCiiattin. Notary Public. / iCoiui’s’ner lor Nev. KING tfc CHATTIN, (Successors to F. I. TIIIBAULT, deceased,i XT0TA1UES PUBLIC, COMMISSIONERS i.1 of DEEDS for all the States and Territo ries, CON Y KY A N CE i iS, KEA L ES TAT E and (JEN EKAL AUENTS. ID** Particular attention given to tiro taking of Deposition?. Office: 412 California street, San Francisco, California. dlb-bm F. H. HARMON, ClOUNTY CLERK, AND EX-OFFICIO i Clerk of tho District Court of tho Sixth Judicial District, in an l for tho County ot Eureka, State of Nevada. CONVEYANCING, In all its branches, correctly executed. Ac knowledgment:*, Affidavits, etc., taken in any part ot the town. Office: Front corner room at tho Court house. dO-8111 R. L. CHASE, COUNTY KKfOltDCU AND Al'DI* tor, of Eureka county, Nevada. Having in my office the transcribed Rec ords from Lander county, l am prepared to search records and make abstracts of Mining Property and Real Estate. Conveyancing in all its branches. Acknowledgments taken. Office in tho Court-house, Eureka, Eureka county, Nevada. je*-tf M. W. HENRY, CIVIL IlMUM ' li AM> I'NITm States Deputy Mineral Surveyor. Office, Court-house Building, Hamilton, Nevada. *n y 28-1 m BIGELOW’S HALL, Corner of Buel and Bateman sts., Eureka, m HIS LARGE AND COMMODIOUS HALL X was built expressly lor the uccoinmodu tion of Theatrical & Concert Troupes, DANCING PARTIES, ETC. It is 30 by TO feet in tho ebar, with n six teen-foot ceiling; is well fitted and veulilutod and will comfortably seat FOUR HUNDRED PERSONS ! Parties desiring to contract for the HALL, will apply to J. D. BIGELOW, ap22-tf at tho IIa’1. MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS. The annual meeting of. the Stockholders of the Star Consolidated Mining Company , for the election of trustees for tho enduing year, and for tho t ransoction of suchothtr business as may bo brought be fore the meeting, will bo held on THURS DAY, JUNE 171/11 at 2 o’clock r. ii., at the office of the Company, Boom No. 5, 820 Cali fornia street, San Francisco, California. GEO.. K. SPINNEY, Secretary. San Franviseo, Jane 2, U7i. je8-td MISCEL LA NEO US. Crain and Produce. Having mjcceeded s. b. wyman in tli-' Grain and i'roduco Business, I am fully prepared to soli Barley, Oats, Bran and Potatoes — AT — THE LOWEST MARKET RATIN' ! At the old stand of S. B. Wymnn. BARLEY GROUND TO ORDER At short notice. Notice—I have also added to the above a COMMISSION IU SIN ESS ! And will sell and buy goods at the best quo tations. MAX OBEUi ELDER, jed_ CAPITAL MARKET, Opposite Tliafher .(■ t o’*, .\nrill Main Street. JOEWINZELL, --- - PROPRIETOR, BEEF,VEAL, MUTTON & PORK, Offered at Wholesale and Rctal. jBeRf™ Special attention paid to supplying families with the host quality of meats. All orders promptly attended to. mhi’l-tf Crockery! Crockery! The Cheapest Crockery Emporium in Town. SAE>X. FE.IESrvIAIJ liflLL SRI/I. CROCKERY HEREAFTER It us follows: Cups and Saucers, per dcz., $3 CO Dinner Plates, per dcz., - - 3 00 Soup Plates, per doz., - - - 3 00 Side Dishes, per doz., - - - 3 00 Wash Bowls and Pitchers, per pair..2 50 Chambers, each,.1 50 Goblets, per doz.. - - - - 3 00 Tumblers, Bar, per doz., - - 2 50 Give mo n call before going elsewhere ai d be convinced as to my price?. PRISES TO SUIT THE times: At SAM. Fill EDM AN’S Auction Store, on Main street. my40 W.P, HASKELL & Co., UNDERTAKERS. \iriLL KEEP ON HAND AN ASSOKT \\ in on t of Rosewood Caslrcts of Every Style. Coffin Trimmings, E.c. t&T Funerals attended to with promptness and oil tho arrangements made with euro arm attention. 'I'llroe doors north of 1 axton .■ Go's Tank. Main street. Eureka. tnhIX rxrtiT.v gAmuftaig, Merchant Talorantl Draper. South Main st„ opposite Paxton’s Dank. E U R EKA. / 1 EXTREME VS GARMENTS MADE IN' VJT the latest styles. A fine selections of Ilroadcioths, Cassitncres, etc., on hand. Clothlu;; Carefully Cleaned null Ke. nivlMf_jmi red. *W LiVERY, FEED <rn and S>o,Xo Stalole. C. C. CARI’KN’TKR. it. bishop. BI32IOP U CARPENTER. OOU 1 11 .M AIN SIT.EET, NEARLY OPPO Ci site tho Tumor lions.-. Eureka. Wo have recently purchased a number of elegant turn outs and a lot of hue Middle-horses, and are prepared to t mnish GA ifRl AGKS, 111 GG 1 L> and SADDLE-ht)i!>KS at reasonable rate--, liorsos boarded by tho day, week, or month. Hay and i.alley for sale. l»y fair-dealing. good stock, and strict at tention to business, we hoi e to secure a lair share of patronage. apTtf 840 00 REWARD! Strayed or Stolen. 'I’ll E A1S0YE KKW AIM) I WIU. I pay lor tin* four following do I scribe annuals, if returned to me, or . *10 o() lor rnrli: k ONE WHITE MAKE with right eye a litrlo affected: no brand. ()N E P>El E rlN To M A KE: l«»ng body, glass ey**s und white legs; no brand. ONE 111 CKHK1X lloKr-E with tour white legs, bald ftee, and the tongue cut in tho cen ter about half way through. O' E OKAY HoKSE with a rope mark on right hind leg. All four animals havo harness marks, and ! are from eight to ten years old. 'i he first two wore turned out at Pleasant Yalloy, and tho latter at .Secret Canyon. my2-tf __R. KERO. HIRAM JOHNSON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in STAPLE AXI> FANCY GROCERIES Provisions! Butter and Eggs a Specialty. Ciiirnii. IlniiiN mill KrvnkfnHt H.teuu. su^ur cured, always unhand. ee-Twu doors north of Dan. Mortrnn's, on Main (trout. apltf WANTED IMMEDIATELY. A GOOD I10KSE-S1I0KH CAN FIND steady employment and good wages at il. /ottman’s Blacksmith Shop. None but a steady man need appiv. Eureka* Nev. J une 8, 1873. joll-tf NOTICE. •VTOTICE IS ItKKKDY GIVEN THAT I In resign my position as Watchman und Deputy Constable. P. IL TAYLOR. Eureka, June 14, 187$. uiyU SOCIETIES. I Eureka Lodge,No.l6,F.&A.IVl. A The Stated Communications of Ku ,reka Lodge, No. Id, F. \ A. M.« will held in Masonic Hull, on every Sy Saturday on or preceding the full ■noon in each month. Called Communications every Saturday Evening. Members of sister lodges, and sojourning brethren in good standing, are cordially in vi ted to attend. .JOHN GILLESPIE, W. M. A. Dknkpict, Secretary. l'nal St. John’s Chapter, 3Mt>. 5, Royal Arch Masons. rpHE STATED COMMUNICA I TIONS ofst. .John's Chapter, No. **./£. ,, It. A. M., will be held in MA SONIC HALL, on tho Second and ^ Fourth \V ED.\ LSD AY EVENINGS of each month, Called Communications on all other \V ednesday overlings. All Loyal Arch Masons in good standing are cordially invited to attend. A. DEN EDICT, II. W Gko. P. Lu^UGRKH, Secretary. myll I.O.O.F. f^UHEKA LODGE, NO. 22, j meets Every THURSDAY EVENING, IN ODD FELLOWS’ HALL. At 8 o'clock p. m. All members in good standing are cordially invited to attend. ED. LOEWENTHAL, N. G. .1 no. W. II kss, Secretary. . 10-jyll rpIIB REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE 1 l.obekah Charity Degree Lodge, I, O. <>. i .,.will b<* held until further notice on the first and third Eli 1 DAYS of each month. Hour of Meeting, 8 o'clock r. m. s .-tf DEN.J.C. LEVY, N.G. I. O. C. T. Reclamation Lodge No. 20.1.0. G. T. Meets evkky ft ksdav evening at $ o’clock, at Masonic Hall, corner ol Alain and Clark streets, Eureka, Nevada. Members of sister lodges are invited to attend. (i. \\. J.EET, W. < . T. W. II. Davknport, Secretary. felO-tf " ■ ’ STAR OF HOPE ENCAiMENT, NO. 12. Meets evevy it j day evening. in Masonic Hull, at 7. »u o’clock. 1 c ^roo meetings every S.rday /-vening r.t 7 o’clock. C. •!. HI RliAiD, Kminent Command*: J. MrO, S' ott. W. S. s2o if <>r I*. 1}KATII'IC I.OlMiK, N<*. 7. K. of I*.. ) h"M regular con volitions • v<rv Mn.s DAY LYEN ING, at 7; o o’clock, -h: rj. «» its Castle 11 sill, in the now Ai a-« nio It sill. Ail • •jot'rnir p no n In is in good standing are -ordiaHy invited to attend. M. li. HA YEN! OIT, C. C. A. (». Sni rsiM.i it, K. of r. and S. tvrofca. Nev., Jan. 2 i .187 > iii2’-tf •ZSu. O. 3BH. r|MlK A. o. 1*. mc.ft every, first and third I SAT I * i: IJ Y KY K.N l.NG of each month, at 8 o’oclock, it tin- corn*r of t lark ami vlonroo streets, *ir.riI forth* r notice. Tilos. HALEY, l'r«.sider\ .1 kukmt vn Sum.ivan. Secretary. ai*7 evrexza. guards. if i $ ATTENTION, COMPANY! t If It l > Mil l,Ad \MIKHT ING 1 « l: DRILL H\ i V er.v T HL’liSDA Y iiYEN ING, at7 o’e.oci. shurn. myl-tf 11. G. COLG AN, Captain. PAC1TZC ClrJJH Meet attiikli; iiau.in the.mint o illiliug, every Tuesday and Friday Evening, at 8 o’clock. Y. (Till DA, Seer tary. myJVtf A MAGNIFICENT STORE. SAIVZ. GOLUSHOrriS J J AS MOVED INTO THE STOLE IN Odd Pcllows Z2r.ll ZJuilding’, With a splendid stock of GROCERIES AfiD PROVISIONS, cLosazst o, BOOTS, IIATS, And a full iwsortmo* t of General Morchan ADc. 11 is the only liundsomo place in town, where u Xiady in Silk or Satin, Hr a gentleman in the most recherche suit of broadcloth may go without fear of SOILING THEIR DRESS Ry greasy shelves and counters. The public ure respectfully invited to Inspect my Extensive Stock of Goods, And I shall ba pleased to servo them at tho LOWZ3T PRXC22S. • myltf SAM. GOLDSTONE. NOTICE ! 'I'O J. ST EM VAN AND JI. JIAIITWEU,, 1 rim] their gran toes: You and each of you are hereby notified that J have performed labor on the JJtdcivuro nine, on Prosper! Mountain, in Eureka miring district. Eureka county, Nevada, to the amount ot the legal assessment work on said mine, accoiding to the law ot (.'ongross of the t oiled Mates, approved May Id, 167^. fciaid mine is owned as follows: J. Sullivan, or his grantees.*J00 feet. M. Hartwell.2(H) feet J. A. Nesbitt.<>00 feet That unless you and each of you, within to days, pay your proportion of said amount, your and each of your interests in said mine will become my property. •J. A. NESBITT. Eureka, Nevada. March 19, lb7.>. mhld-UM Dissolution Notice. Notice is hkiieby oiven tiiatthe copartnership huroto'om existing be tween James Keilly and Michael Harrison lias been I hi, (lay dissolved by mutoul con sent. All the ind.bt dries, due and owina to said firm must bo paid to dames i.cilly, who is alono uuthumud to receipt for I he same. M. IIAhlliSON, „ , ‘ JAMES KKi LEY. Eureka, Nev.,May2tl, 1X7... my .U-lm TAKE WARNING T OST. ON TIIE WT1I INSTANT. A NOTE 1 j dm n by N. McEcod in favor of Unorgo Quintans, for--7 .if All partio, arn caution ,I against negotiating tbo same. I ay main has boon stopped. MM.. S“SoTou,”B' SA LOOMS. U I LlTaR I> S ! THE CORNER Has jvst received x-viw billiard TABLES, with Doluny‘8 I'Btont Uiro Cushions, und is to bo kept as A FIRST-CLASS SALOON. GEO. TEACHER.) i>rnnri«tnr. CLAV SIMMS, J d roprietors. apl9_ I* a 1 a c o Saloon, East .Main street, South of Wells, Fargo k Co. M TIint CliAIHt. Proprietor, Has fitted up, in tiie best style, the above Saloon, where he will keep only the choicest brands of Liquors and Ci gars. Call and be convinced. Eureka, N ov. Id, 1871, nov2l-tf FRANK ABADIE, Wholesale Dealer in WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, ETC., ETC,, ETC. Nearly Opposite the Court-House. South Main street, Siarckn. T AKOK STOCK CONSTANTLY A j on hand, con.drting of Ilramlie*. Domestic and Foreign; Whiskies, the best brands; AYilies, all kinds, in wood and glnss: Ale. imported, in wood and glass; JPvrter and fi ler, do. do.; Hatuiia C igars, all kinds; PLAYifJj CARDS, CCAL OIL, ETC Will LEV CHECKS, NOTES, CHARCOAL HE< Ell' l >. etc. Houses to rent to families, j or for business. tell-lf ARCADE SALOON! W. S. BOZiAKS, Pro’r, South Main Street, Eureka, Nevada. rjMIK BEST! YES. THE VERY BEST.01 n inr», l.lfjuorsniKl < Ijiin Passed orcr tbe ARCADE BAP., —For— TWELVE and a HALF CENTS ! dlT-tf W. S. RI BAND. Case Range SaSoon, (OMI VS) ESOTZ, l»rojirlt»tur, IX FAM. OOI.DSTOXK’S OLD b :i!«lintr, on South Mum Street, iaiiri'ktt, .\lvmuil. iho best of WINES, LIQUORS AND Clf 4.NS. A SQCAKK DRINK Foil EVERY’B BY! errs Til's tlacs a call;: tuytf-f FRANK’S SALOON! JCS. MENDES, Prop’r. \y HOEESALE AND II ETA IE HEAI.KH Fine Wines, Liquors anti Cigars. All 1.ir»< 1 ** of Soda Drink*, flavor- d with th»* lbllo .v mu i.X i .. At' i S.cuimunLly on hand; Sara* nrilla. Mi* riV*f, l’enr, i;iiu i.Oorry, A:nbro*iu, Or*;.at, Lemon, j N'-otar, oral.i/o. Milk Punch, Hoc*. Vanilla, Jco t’rcuin, Claret, <iii»Kor, (i.fl'et ri'tnn, Mint, >traw berry, Cho’late cn amCut.iwbn. Pine Apple, (Irecian liernl, \\ ild Cherry Lbspberry, and Don’t* oro, £X?;0 and C2.US r.ooazsi Money to loan on collateral or approved bu*im*s paper. _27-in h 14_ SILVER BRICK SALOON, Main afreet, Kureka, DA VK llOSKXUElHJ-l*i'oprictor. at t:ie stlvkk bpkk. c.kntlk 1\ ML.N can always lind the finest quali tle- of' if ixi:s, /.i(irons a xd < 'Iua ns that can br procured on the Pacific Oast, ja 50-tt-jy7 K. H. I’ONO. 1 k. a. rkynolpb. J. 1CVANS, Agent. HiVl'l. IIOKK. ) FOND, REYNOLDS & CO., importer* and Jobber*of V/ UjIS and liquchs, 212 California »t., Sun 1 r,nciaco. n«~ Sole A cents for Pacific Coast for <1.0. Blait«‘a lionrlxin County N\ hiukioa. «o.f F. D. DURKEE, Watchmaker and Jeweler, POSTOFFICE, SUREKA. WATCHES AND CU)t'K8 RE I’A 1 RED with neatness an ( dispatch. All kinds ol hard polder jewelry work done in workmanlike manner l*i|M‘Oloiii»tin;g in the latent sty •?. N. II.—Particular attention to all wnt<*h work, and suHsim-tion vuuninteed. clU Eureka *»nd Palisade TELEGRAPH COMPANY. Otliccin linlight A KIiik'h lliiiltllug, 4'orucr .Main unit iiiitf-miiii m». 'I'ELEGltAMS TRANSMITTED DIRECT 1 to pan Francisco. Ogdi n and nil interior points. Kdiablo connections with all points in llio Eastern ui.il Southern States, iiini by Atlantic table with Knglunil, Franco mui Ooriuuny, Aid'. MORI'.ISON, myli-tf Manitger. Eureka. Patronize Home Industry. J^LEC. DOTTA HAS ENOaUKD IN THE l'rr|iarnflwn of Pure Jiiva 4'offer. lie is preparod to fill orders from all sec tions in quantities from Ono Pound to One Thousand Pounds. Factory on South Main street, next door to tho Turner House. - fa-tf Ml WELL a XEO vs. Application for Patent ' NOTICE NO. 279. ^ • S. Land Offipf Eureka. Nevada, May® m- ) ATOTICE is IIKitKliY GlvvVmV IN Thomas J. Taylor, whose lw0« ^T dress is Eureka, Nevada, In.- thisdivn fd' tins office a diagram, together w:'.j?u> bl«d in of application for u patent from 7f>e,'li'l> Mates, under act of Cm.gross anor » ilN 1(1, 187.; for . iiilit itundred-too'—Jlnell'i ^*r tho Jefferson l.ode, tint same rnnttbm8Pn?®f southerly from tho Jackson Servo. .;,?11** face ground aK) foot in width. sitent’ed 'V roka,Mining District, Eureka count. A ot Nevada, and described in thenu'^1*1' bold notes on lile in this office as follow lld U. S. Survey No. 64. Beginning at a post marked "N'o ’lies vov No. 81,” whence the highest |,,',i,',t ifW1 Hill No. 1 bears N. 47 (legs.mlns lv "1’ feet; tho flagstaff, in the town of’ I’,;,"'?* hears N. 41 (legs. 2 mins. E. I),717 f„ ',U.r*kl. No. it, Ilf Survey No. ti8, Carson I off! ktl,,n N. 2d decs. 4 mins. TV. l,77:t feof V* mouth ol tho Jefferson tunnel hear, s dogs. W. 2 8 feet: tb nco runnings. 70 E. MK) leet to post marked "No. 2 11 4a c** vey No. 81:” thence S. 82’f dogs W Vgl, ‘opost murktd "No. :t, I'.S, SurveyNn tl” thence N. V/4 dogs. tV. 800 ioet to pUM‘ No, 4, I . 8. Survey No. 84;” anil them., v 82”, dogs E. 21S) feet U post “S„ 1 Plane of beginning. Containing3#7-‘l00 Coirscs expressed from the true ineriS, with a magnetic variation flf pi*., den “ ,' This claim is located on unsurveveil i..j and is bounded or tho north liv the Jeeff™ l.ode. This,lain, is recorded in “Bm.?* page 211. 01 tho Eureka District mining ru ords; nnd n copy ot Iho neliee , un be fo posted at tho northern end of the claim “a my U D. B. l.MMEh. Application fGr Patent. NOTICE NO. 274. ' I’ S. Lamp Okiicr, . j Euroku, Nevada, April 21,1875./ 'V'OTICE IS IIEHEliY G1YEN THAT la .Jonn? Ik Op borne*. Geo. \V. M. CowIpi arid George .1. Gardner, whose posmifieft dress is Eureka. Nevada, have tbS fi libd in this otlico a diagram, together with a notice of application fora patent fum. the l.'nitcd States, unde- act ef CongrSi „ proved May in. 1*72. tor filtccnhundred 1 :#i" lineal feet of the Diablo lode, tho t<an» running 7-dl feet northerly and 7 0 feet soi.tb. erly Iron* the location monument at the I,**, vi.ui shaft, w ith surface ground two hnndud teot in w idth, situated in Secret Canyon Mining J>i*»tiict. Eureka county, State 0f N evada, and dc>erib d in the plat and field notes on lilo in this office us follows, to wit: U. S. Survey, No. 83, Beginning at a post marked “No. j, f.S. Survey No. *k” whence the flag-stuff in the town «>t* Eureka beats N. 3 deg. kh min. K. J'».t* . to. t: the post marked C. S. Monum-ct,' No. 3, on th • summit of Hoc me Mountain bears N. ;V> d< g. 3 min. \\.» 34*i foot; |e«t v o. 1, of Survey, N o. M) lioosac lode, b.ar*t*. 2 » deg. ‘2 min. E., ‘2 In# feet; and the won irg -hat upon this ti de bears N.1J d-g. 2i Dim. A ., 77* *-l » :eet; thence rum.ing S. 7 \\ deg. \V.,*JX) l« » t, to post marked No. '1 1. s. .Pur vey,.So. * ; th - nee N. lo . d-g. VV..l,.DOfeetto . o«t mart < d No. 3. I . S. Surie.., No. tc;s fh» nce N. 7,»u deg. E.t kUt) t * t, to i • «t iiiirhed o. 4, l . S. *r>ev. No. *4; ntd tlienc* *. 10 i d> g. E.. 1.400 f« « t, to post No. |, the place • »f b« „ il l ing ; e« ntainiug t» * '-I()U Hire*. Cour-i*s « \, »• «ro»»i the true m«ridisc with a mug Polio variation of 1 >4 d>-g;c.-« ••u«t. 'thi* claim is located upon lintnrroyd] land and is bounded on the south by the Li g Guti lai*c, 'Ibis i i'lim is riy< rded in look “Ik” ism Jiff, of '.lie S trd i'nnven District Mitit.g l.eoidx, and a copy of the notice ami Get ei»n !»•• f<- :n«< post d at the iocutit n «U t j I pun ill - lode. i>. i«. 1MM EL, hetilter. j ____ A332S33»2:X:itJT 2VQTIC2. CII.VI Wixr CHXSUI.lf>ATEI> MIN ink(»iu| any Loralmn of iv#rks: Eureka, »u.r«d a eoi my, Nevada i ni.iml plaecof i).i‘io-’*s: .-an i rttnciseo, ( alilntriu. • otieo i- lmm-by given, that at a mectirr(f il»* i- ardor ineir h of >uid l otnpanv, bvld >>n flic l tik dav of Miiv, 1*7 *, Lit H***.'i .‘*u .So. I. ol t' ii cuts i Id cents, per fh»rew'» l«ii d upon ilm cu|4 al Hint*! of-mil i »>ni I an v, pu> able iiuiiieiUM'ely, in I i.it il Mal i gold coin, to tho .“octet ary, at the officeot 'he i oiui any, l ooitis N» s. •! and 4 .'beriiiit/a Godding. No. Oj ytoutgoiucry street .-un i runn-i■**,<'ali'oMiifl. Any >r■ ck upon width *».i'l n*« •bi ll r main email on ib > • lilrll^tliday of Jfiiue, 1**7 A, shall be deemed uclinq-iei.t, end will b duly ml v< r i• ed for sale nt pi bite ;i etion, ui d Tfitoss | a> meld shall be u rdtf i) ore will be Hold on “Ail lihAb 'b« .bin \-first day of .i nly, i>7 i, to i ay the if ln •|Uldt M.'S' sFfimid, together v ith tho oof if udvorti-iiig a i.d expend m sale. I . r. I UNhEl.,6 crct«rjr.f Office — Booms Nos. 3 and 4 rbeitoat'* ib.tiding, No. 04 Montgomery it reel, 'an I rum isco, California. uiyjistil Assessment Eoticc. plONEEIl CONSOLIDATED MI NINO 1 < oiu- any, location of i iii « i. ;il place oi Ij.i iness, Sun i iiiu.tm o, Calitorniu; l«H*atioi» <>fWork-, Eureka, Euroku county, State of Nevudu. . Notice is hereby given that »t n meptingol the Dir. . toi«, held on ih * 1Mb «la> of May. 1*7'), an >i - in Td.—No. 3 ot ten cents P,r -bare vv»s levied upoii thoeni itaj ft'ick «*f (’oi pojution, i u\ ii(>l iin>« ediutoly. in l i '•i‘ Staton gold coin, to the Secretary. »f o'4* ,Ufe of th • Gompuny, Loom 2*. No. lilt l.ahlona* street, Sun l* iancisco. California. , Any stock noon w hich fhis uasciwnient ^ rctiiuin uiipnid on th *k’ Ul day of Jyoo *_*• will b. deliti incut, and adveitbod tor aij public a letion; ami udIcpp payniont i< imfoie will t»o Fold on 11 E“DA i, th'* *■ - day of .H LY. 1*7 », to pay tho delinquent -o-smeiit, together with co-ts of adverliMDi und cgpoiipos of rah*. , ( HAS. 8. NEAL. Secretary. Office—Boom 12k > «. 413. California rtr°fw San Eranci*co,» ulifornia. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS! THE EUREKA & PALISADE RAILROAD tO. |M SOW 1*111.I*AIIEI> TO 1 ti Kg lit of all kinds ut EUaEKA from PALISA®S WITH DINI'ATITI AXD |T I.OW IIATEA, Tho rnto to bo governed by qnuntitJ in'1 class of freight. ALL LIQUORS AND LIQUIDS Will bo transported only »t Owner’s Risk of leakage Mark (iuods euro of “23. & PR. R> Palisade,V**” EUKEKA A PAIA'oADK B. B. <» F. V. FISK jclO-ti