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DR. GIBBON’S DUPIN'
MfctMUmgS:
«H«. PrivaU wtrum on Con;*
marail itTMt KutabliRhed in
, tor too treatment or sexual ana seminal
ifeetueh as Gonorrhoea, Gleet. Stricture,
'■ &MSa£8B25l
}N has the nloajaraof ennoun
eiac that ho has returned from vtating the
principal hospitals of Europo, and has re
**tW »pere£ neither time nor
B(nef id seeking out ne— remedies, and has
returned with increased facilities for the allt
TUtionofhujgMjff^,,^
Seminal emission is the consequence of sel •
flu
■exes to an almost unlimited extent, produc
ing with unerring certainty the following
train of morbid syawtouia, unless con> bated
by icientific medical lueasuros, viz.: sallow
countenance,dark spots under the eyes, pain
la the head, ringing in the ears, noise like the
rustling of leaves ot rattling of chariots, un
WgiMM about the Joins, weakness of the
limbs, confused vision, blunted intellect, loss
of confidence, diffldonee in approaching stran
gers, a dislike to form new acquaintances, a
disposition to shun society, loss of memory*
pimples and various eruptions about the face.
' Becuc flushes, furred tongue, foetid breath1
eougbs, consumption, night sweats, monoma
nia, apd frequently insanity. If relief benol
obtained, you should apply Immediately, ei
therin person or by letter, and have a cure
affected by his new and scientific mode ol
treating this disease, which never fails ot
footing a q^kMdradmal^
'Persons at a distance may be Cl!KKD A1
HOME, by addressing a letter to DR. GIB
BON, stating case, symptoms, length of time
the disease has continued, and have medicine
promptly forwarded, free from damage and
curiosity, to any pyt of the country, with
full and plain directions for use.
By inclosing Ten Dollars coin in a regis
tered letter through the Postoffice, or
through Wells, Fargo A Co’s, a package ol
mpcUcin* -ill be forwarded to any part of the
Persons writing to the Doctor will please
state the name of the paper they gee this ad
vertisementbn.
All communications strictly confidential.
Address DR. J. F. GIBBON,
Box 1957, San Francisco. California.
_ jyl-lv
San Jose Savings Bank,
28-i Santa Clara Street, San Jose. Cal.,
Capital Stack, - - - - $600,000.
Pail in Stack-Gold Cain, $300,000.
Aaaota Jan. 1„ 1875, $1,324,195.52.
T/kEPOSTT RECEIPTS ISSUED, BEAR
117 ing interest FROM DATE Ob DEPOS
IT at SIX PER CENT., payable on demand;
EIGHT PERCENT., payable in six months,
and NINE per oent. payable in twelve
months.
Receipts are preferable to pass books, be
cause the interest is paid promptly at the
end of six nivnths from date of each deposit;
they may also be transferred by indorsement,
and principal with interest will be paid to
holder.
Pas| book aJssued. if desired, and same rate
offniegest allowed.
Deposits from the interior, or from any part
of the United States or Europe, may d>o sent
by express, or by exchange on San Francisco
or New York, in gold or currency. Parties
remitting wi I) state the time for which tho
deposit is to be made, and a Deposit Receipt
or Pass Book—as preferred—will be promptly
returned.
Remittances in Currency Exchange will
# credited in gold at current rate.
JOHN H. MOORE. U. H. REYNOLDS,
mkMy President. Cashier.
_t — ■ ~ . —- - - .... — .. -■
TIME CHANCED!
LEAVES TRI WEEKLY!
ELKO AND EUREKA STAGE LINE
—FOR
DIAXOND CITY, HUNTINGTON
AND SHEPHERD’S.
CARRYING TllE U. S.
m»il—connecting with the wesf
C. P. western passenger train.
Through to 14 Bran; Faro, $10;
Freight pet lb , 4c.
LEAVES EUREKA:
Tacadayt, Thursdays Mini Sntnr
days Mt 7 o'clock A. M.
LEAVES ELKO:
■tadMyi, Wsduesdays nud Fridays.
Office in Parker Hooae, Eureka. J. L.
HINCKLEY, Agent T. N. STONE, Agent,
Elko.
W. 3. VAN DREILEN, Proprietor.
jyf-tf
United States Mail Line
&ETWEXN ’
AUSTIN an BUtllXA.
P" lUR-HOURSE COACHES, CARRYING
passengers and Wells, Fargo A Co.'s Ex
press, connecting at Austin w.th the stage to
pSS^sk’fsaKgtsxts e
Hamilton.
Stages leave Eureka every Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday moraiaw.M 4 o'clock.
Stages leave Austin on Wednesday, Friday
and Monday mornings, at« o'clock.
•—-Passengers by this line will bo furnish
ed ignall«t mania nr tip Willows Station,
where ample time will be rlveiHor dinner
•ach way. J. A. WILSON, Proprietor.
Office at the Parker House, Eureka.
InF ---d. hr Hnmut, Agent.
: ajr* j. bbll’9
STAGE AMO LINE
TWTBffaa&ELlIKm
LUW CUBKEA *”
MONDAY AND THURSDAY.
MW*
TUESDAY AND SATURDAY.
Office in the nun* building with the Eureka
* aSElZUfOKR.
jdrt-W Agent
V NOTICE.
* Omcitr-THI County Krrosnva, >
Eubkka County. Nut. f
R, L. Chat*. County Recorder in and for
J Eureka county. Nevada, hereby certify
at a certain Power of Attorney, bearing
date April 24th. A. D. IS7j. and made bv
J< 'Hie Ruby Coneelidated Mining Company,
Limited.” the same incorporated in London,
England, to Thomas Menxies snd Bernard
Solomon Bernard, both of the city and county
of SanFrnneisco, 8tate of California, emnow
ing them or either Q) thorn to act on behalf of
aaid Hu by Coneoldated Mining Company i» of
rocjrd,lh i*y_offi»e. Said Power of Attorney
boars the official seal and (denature of the
Lord Mayor of the City of I.ondon, England,
and alao the official seal and signature of tbe
Deputy Counsel General of the United States
of America, for Great Britain and Ireland.
vatu
■ . , tt- v
MISCF.LLA NEOUS.
BB&JHQVIWS XVOTZC3Q.
TAOKSON MIXING COMP AN Y-EOCA
V tion of primipal pl»e* of businw*. bon
francisco, California. Location of Works.
Eureka district. Eureka county, Nevada.
Notice—There are delinquent upon the fol
lowing described stock, on adcount of assess
ment (No. 7) levied on the irtth of day June.
187-i, the several amount* set opposite the
names of the respective shareholders, aa fol.
lows: ......
ro* W i'W. wi
Names. Certificate Shares Amt.
Barton W H, twite*-•#*■> 1“ • “ 00
Cahill A Co E. tr usees.-.1318 100 50 00
Cahill A lex. trustees-... 987 10 * 0O
Cahill A Fox, trustees— 184 10 5 «0
Cahill A Fox. trustees.... WM 5 S uO
Cahill U 1 ox, trustees.... 9»8 f 2 uO
Cahill A Fox. truste**.... 9W » *
Crandall W t5. trustee.... 7*. 100 50 f»
Crandall ll, trustee....I<«7 nO 2o 00
Crandall W ll. .rusrec.1780 100 50 uu
Crandall W (1, trustee,... 7AJ 100 50 00
Crandall W G twst-*....18U0 SO 3» 00
Crabdall W G, trustoe....leOl 50 0i
Crandall W G, tru-teo.1813 100 50 00
Crandall W G, trustee....1910 100 50 W>
Cavallier J I’, trustee—1388 oO 2» 00
Buncan \V 1,, tru-tee.l_a 1 60 00
Drexler A C* 5 P, trua-1517 100 50 00
I). an* G A. trustee. iM> 50 35 00
Eustein E» trustee.l"t 10 -5**
Fisbei E, trustee..-..1408 3u0 100 00
Fisher E, trusts,.-ltll 10 5 (10
Fislicr t, trustee.-IMS9 l'O 50 00
Try J l>, trustee. 897 10 5 00
liurmuu A K Pi trustee O' 8 5 3 50
Hussey J L.trustee.1334 50 25 00
Kevsing B, trustee. u7» 100 50 00
Lissak A ll. trustee. 709 35 12 50
Lowenberg" ni, trustee-1895 15 7 50
McBouahJoiW bitney.trs. 2-7 15 7 50
Martin M S, trustee. 4|0 50 25 00
Malone J.1193 58 35 00
Noble 11 H. trustee. 554 50 25 UU
Neal Cha* S, trustee.1027 100 50 00
Neal Lbas b, trustee.1045 15 7 20
NealChas b. trustee.13»3 10 5 00
Noble A Co H il,tru*tce-.170l 100 50 00
NoblbA Co H H ttustees.1777 50 25 00
Norwood W E, trustee...I 01 50 25 00
Norwood W E, trustee...107 100 50 00
Norwood W E. trustue.,.157J 100 5" 03
l.ichardson E A, trustee. Ht 100 50 00
nirhardson E A, trustee. 78 .0 25 00
Lichardson E A, trustee. 1>> 40 20 00
hichardson E A, trustee. 232 100 50 00
l.ichardson E A, trustee. 422 100 50 00
Lichardson E A, trustee.1370 10 5 00
Schmitt M, trustee.1 15 50 25 00
Schmitt'; A. trustee.17H 15 7 TO
SuiileyTJL. trustee.1-18 100 50 00
Stock J, trustee. 735 25 12 60
Thonift' B L. trustee.1345 50 25 00
T humus B L, trustee.101 100 60 00
Thomas D L, trustee.1725 3 1 50
1 homas B L, trustee.I,.'l 889 184 50
Thomas B L, trustee.1951 190 .50 00
l hler J Clem, trustee.1023 100 50 00
Woods"’ H,trustee. 512 100 50 00
Woods W II. trustee. 537 100 50 OO
" oods A F'reeborn, trus.. 939 1*10 50 00
Welch A llerr, trustee... 552 1U0 50 00
Webster A Soule, tru“. 804 10 5 00
Wilk E F\ trustee. 931 50 25 00
And iu accorduuce with law, and an
order of the Board of Birectors, made
on the twenty-filth day of June, 1875, so
many shares of each parcel of such stock
as may be necessary will be sold at pub
lic auction at the office of the Company,
loom No. 21, Layward’s Building, 419 Cali
fornia stree, .Sin 1 rancisco, California, "D
the .tlurteeatb Pay of August. 1875.
at the hour of 2 o’clock p. u. of suid day.
to pay said delinquent assessment thereon, to
gether with costs of advertising and expenses
of tb* sale.
11. C. h I BBE. Secretary.
Office, Boom21, Hayward’s building. No. 419
California street, ban Francisco, Cali
fornia. au3
Application for Patent
TO THE SHOO FLY No. 2 MINE.
NO. 285.
U. S. Laud Owin',
Eureka, Nevuda. Augusts, 187.5.
XTOTTTO IS HEiiEBV UI\EN’ 111 AT
ix Thomas J. Taylor, whose i.ostuffice ad
dress is Eureka, Nevada, has inis day filed
his application fur a patent for eight hun
dr.d tbtW) line-tr teet ol the Shoo Fly No. 2
mine or vein bearing silver, with surface
ground two hiindr. d It. in width, situate, ly
ing and being in Eureka Mining Uistrict.cuun
ty of Fiureka, and State of Nevada, and
known and designated by the field notes and
official plai on file in this office as Lot No. 58,
in Township-. Bangs-, of unsurveyod
land.
The exterior boundaries of said Lot No. 58
b> ing as follows to wit: Variation l>dg. 30
inin. East, commencing at a cost marked N.
Fk cor. Shoo Fly No. 2, and N. W. cor. Sloe
Fly No. 3, whence the shoo F ly No, 2 shaft
bears S. 7 dg. M.324.8 ft., and the rhoo Fly
No. 3sha t bears S. 1 i’A dg. E. 3U0.I ft., and the
flagstaff in the town of Eureka b> ars N. 41 dg.
43 min, E. 10171 ft., and the highest poiut of
Kubylli’lNo. 1 bears N. Slug. 'l< min. W.
3882.19 ft, and running thence S. 7-i, dv. E.
800 It. to post marked Shoo FTyNo. 2, s. Fk
cor.: thence S. 8214 dg. W. 200 ft. to post
marked bhoo My No. 2, S. It. cor.; thence
N. 7>4 dg. W. 800 ft. to post marked Shoo Fly
No. 2, N. W. cor ; thence N. 82‘i dg. E. 200 ft.
to place of beginning, containing 3 o7-100
acres.
This claim is bounded on the North by the
Jefferson, and on the South by the Satelite.
The location <d’this mine is duly recorded
in the Becorder’s Office of Flureka Mining
District, Eureka county. State ot Nevada,
Page 113,in Bock B of the Mining Heconls.
Any and all persons claiming adversely any
portion of said Shoo I lv No. 2 mine or said
mining ground as herein baton* deeribed, are
required to file (heir adverse claim with the
Begister of thoLuitcd Stales Laud Office at
Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the
sixty days’ period of publication hereof, or
they will be hatred by virtue of the provis
ions of the Statute. B, U. l.MMr.L,
auo Begister.
MEGS TO INFORM HIS
JD friomla that be baa boutht
tbe aaency of J. 11. M1C11AKL
lor all tbe
Kaalera Paper*. Periodicals, Maps
aiaee and Faskloa Huefes.
And ii prepared to deliver them to his sub
scribers at thair place of residence
FREE OF CHARGE!
WOKFICE, at <1. Young’s Qunsmith Shop,
next to Meyers and Franklin’s. . *ul~-»l
ROBY m WATER WORKS.
•Oapaci'.jr ef Tanks 162.000 Q aliens
ALL NOW FULL.
wmKSJwagBBM
all seasons of the year, at a uniform rat- and
lower than eaa be famished from any other
source. Water delivered twice daily to pri
vate f milies, miners’ cabins, saloons, ete.
Tickets ranging from d?4 to SO cent* apiece
will ' e sold at the office of tb« company on
Kuby 11111, by VV. H. MILLER, buperin
Undent.
W. Be IIARRUB Proprietor,
wvy ^ __
For Sale at a Bargain*
\fY entire property in this I)IS
JML Irict, consisting of ID fine work horses.
4 No. 1 wegons, 5 sets of double harness, a
dwelling-house, furniture, bnrn etc., situated
on Canyon i»tre®t. 1 vacant lot adjoining the
Presbyterian Church, nnd a lot on the corner
of Huel and Gold streets.
The above described property, together,
will be sold at a bargain, or in lot* to suit
purchaser*. _ . __A„
jy'J4tf C. L. BROY.
Patronize Home Industry.
j^LEC. DOTTA HAS ENOaGED IN THE
Preparation sf Pare Java l.dlbe
He is prepared to fill order* from all sec
tions in quantities from
Om Paul U Om Thcnaand Frauds.
MI SC ELLA SEO 08.
DOW* fOV SNOW
-THAT
THE PLACE to BUY GOODS
IIV EUREKA
-IS AT
W. H. CLARK’S
Mammoth Stone Building,
Corner Main and Clark Streota,
WHERE WILL BE FOUND
THE LAR8EST AND BEST SELECTED
STOCK OF
GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
Conriatinc in part of
Staple and Fancy Croceriea,
Tobaccos and Pipes,
Iran and Hardware,
Paints and Oils,
Crockery, Tin
And Wecdsnware,
And an endless variety of
Carpenters' Toole, Mining Im
plements, Farming Utensils,
Powder and Fuse, Cloth
ing and Cents’Famish
ing Coods, Hats and
Caps, Boots and
Shoes, Sta
tionery,
Coal &. Ore Hacks,
And everything else required by
Miners, Fnrnace Men, Ranchers,
Coal-burners, Families,
OB. ANT OTHER KAN!
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIME8!
Large Sales! Small Profits!
Prompt Payments!
IS MY MOTTO.
SVGeods delivered tu any part of the town
or aurroundiug country FhEE UF CM AKGE.
AGENT FOR
Dupont's Blasting sad Kportliig
Powder.
my6-tf W. II. CI.AKK.
Mattresses! Mattresses!
IXair, Tala, Moss.
SPRING- MATTRESSES
MADE TO ORDER!
PILLOWS, SHEETS, SLIPS, ETC.
Carpets! Carpets! Carpets!
BRUSSELS, 3-PLY and 2-PLY.
OIL-CLOTH and MATTIXGS.
Paperhangings Paperhangings
CBIUNGS AND LININGS,
PICTURES, MIRRORS. OF ALL SIZES!
AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF
MOULDINGS, FOR FRAMES, Etc.,
JUST ARRIVED,
And will be Made Up to Order.
W- P. HASKELL ft CO.
my»0
IV. DELBANCO,
tfrrttCMOft TO
M. r FREEMAN kCO,
—AMD—
RTIKHART BROTHERS.
Fomrdioi asril CtmiBission
MERCHANT,
DEALER IN FLOUR AND GRAIN.
Office: Central Pacific ltailroad Depot,
ELKO. NEVADA.
i NY GOODS SENT TO THIS PLACE
xV will be forwarded promptly and willi
dispatch.
Mark “ CAKE »(in a diamond) Elko."
dlit-tf
KVMBBR. LUaUU.
Tha California Lumber Go.
IS NOW IN FULL BLAST. WITH A
gocd assortment of
lumber,
Shingles,
Door
Sash, Ac.,
And i* prepared to 811 orders for any amount
of lumbar as tow as the lowest
fssnr aduroaaru lumber m
HOTELS, ETC.
TURNER HOUSE,
Month Main Street. Eureka. Sevndn.
B. J. Turner, Proprietor.
Having again assumed Busi
ness at my old stand. I beg leave to in
form the public that 1 am prepared to ac
commodate all who may favor me with their
patronage, and would assure them that it will
again be broucht back to its funner well
known standard. Old customer* are re
spectfully invited to return, and thay will re
ceive every possible attention.
T1IE BOOMS
Are large, well furnished and comfortable.
THE T A BEEN
Will, at all times, be supplied with the host
the market affords.
THE BAB
Will be constantly supplied with the choicest
Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Charge* reason
able.
B. J. TURNER, Propr.
Eureka, August 38. 1874. sui’tif
MOCH’S.
r WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM MY
friends in Eureka and Ruby llill, and the
public in general, that I have leased the
Parker House Restaurant,
And will open the same on
Sunday, the 3$th af February,
As a First-Class Satinff-honse
Hoping to receive a share af patronage, and
assuring mv friends and the public that 1
will du all in my pownr to please.
MRS. JNO. A. MOCH.
Pioche Daily Record copy. feit-loi
PACIFIC LODQINQ HOUSE.
Nerth Main Street, Eureka.
renaerly (eraacepla RwUnraat.
FRANK SWENSSON, PROPRIETOR.
Having fitted up the finest
lodging establishment in town. I am ^re
paired to furnish rooms in suit or single. The
house is fitted up all now, the rooms are car
peted, the beds are spring, the bouse is neat
and airy.
■arCharges Reasonable."**
Try Use
pacific? novae.
fe24-lm
J. L. HIXIKLKY. J. 1.01 a Wool)
PARKER HOUSE,
EUREKA. NEV.
Hinckley A Lockwood, Proprietor*.
rPHK ROOMK ARE SPACIOUS AND
X supplied with Spring Reds throughout.
TIIK BAR
Is furnished with tho finest Liquors and
Cigars the* can be purchased.
A FIsspclass Keslaoraut osa the
Fine Floor.
The Palisade, Hamilton, Austin, Tybo and
Belmont Stages, all stop at this House,
jll-nlti
SILVER BRICK HOTEL,
South Main street. Eureka.
WM. CILLEN, - - Proprietor.
Happy and contented are billy
Gi Ion's boarders.
The best looking men come from good liv
ing.
Board II Per Week.
The best meals in the State for AO cents.
je3 WM. GILLEN.
The Pioneer Restaurant,
Opposite J. 8. Whitton's Stone Store, Me
Street. Eureka.
OBO. P. LOTTO OB.BN
WILL BE PLEASED TO SEE ALL HIS
old friends at his bouse at any time.
At the I'lO.N Kelt they will find
The Tablet Supplied
with all the dolicacies that can be obtained,
and the 1 ionoei shall be aa well kept as any
Restaurant in Eureka.
Give me a call aud see how entirely you will
be suited. ?el7
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS !
THE EUREKA & PALISADE
RAILROAD CO.
I a NOW PRKPARF.D TO TRAN*.
port Freight of ali kinds from
PALIS ABB TO BVB.BKA
WITH DINPATCH AND AT
LOW RATE*.
The rate to be governed by quantity and
class of Freight.
ALL LIQUORS AND LIQUIDS
Will be transported only at
Owner’s Bisk of Leakage.
All goods NOT CALLED FOR on theday ol
arrival will be
KEPT AT RISK OP OWNERS,
And. if not called fur within 'breo davs,
STORAGE Will BE CHARGED.
aul-tf F. E. FISK, Agent.
Crockery! Crockery!
The Cheapest Crockery Emporium
in Town.
sa»e. raxfiDBKAxr
WILL SELL CROCKERY HEREAFTER
at follows:
Caps and Saucers, per doz., S3 00
Dinner Plates, per doz., • • 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
Ooblets, per doz.. .... 3 00
Tumblers, Bar, per doz., • • 2 50
Give mo a call before going elsowhcro and
be convinced as to my prices.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES!
At RAM. FRIEDMAN’S Auction Store, on
Main street. mydl)
DR. M. R. CHAM BUN,
PIIYNM1AN AND M'RUKDN, CAN
be found at the Euret a Drug Store or al
hi* private office on Duel street, two doori
south of the Hmrau. effiea. hi if
FATEJST AFM'tiiVAlJUIWJS.
Application for Patent.
TO THE SURPLUS LODE MIKE.
NOTICE NO. 213.
U. 8. Laud 0m«,
Eureka, Nevada, July 23, 1873.
Notice is hereby given that
the K K Consolidated Mining Company,
whose postoffice address is Mu Francisco,
California, has thi< day filed its application
for a patent for six hundred linear feet of the
Surplus Lode, mine or vein bearing silver,
with surface ground 200 feet in width, situate,
lying and being In Eureka Mining District,
county of Eureka, and ."fate of Nevada, and
known and designated by the field notes and
official plat on file in this office as Lot No. 85,
on unsurveyed iands.
The Exterior Boundaries of said Lot No, 83
being as follows, to-wit: Variation hi1/, da. K,
commencing at a point marked No. 1. C. S.
Survey No. 85, the same being poet No. 1 of
survey No. 40, Sentinel Lode, whence the
highest point of Kuby llill No. 1 bears N 85
dg. 2J W 1,138 ft. '1 he flagstaff in tho town of
Eureka bears N 57 da. 17 E. 0,575 ft, and the
Law Pm Shaft bearsN iOk, dg. W 125; thence
running N tifi dg 'V. 88 ft, to post marked No.
2, U. S. Survey No. 85; tbence N 8 dg. w. 00'j
tt. to post marked No. 3, U. S. Survey No. 85;
tbence N. 54 dg. E. 511 ft. to post marked No.
4. II. S. Survey No. 85; thence S. 8,1 dg. E 200
ft. to post marked No. 5, L. 8. Survey No, 88,
Carson Lode, 527 ft. le post No. 1 of said Sur
vey No. n8,543 ft. to post marked No. 8, U. S.
Survey No, 85; tbence S 80 dg, Vi W.u3Vjft.
to post marked No. 7, V. S. Survey No. 85,
ami thence N. 0 dg. W. 13 ft., post No. 1,
the place of beginning, containing 2 58-100
acres.
This claim is bounded on tho west by the
Eureka Consolidated Mining Company; south
by the K K Consolidated Mining Company.
The location of this mine is duly recorded
in the Kocordcr’s Office of Eureka Mining
District, page 277, in Look D of the Eureka
District Mining Records.
Any and all persons claiming adversely any
portion of said Surplus Rode Mine or said
mining greurol as hereinbefore described, ere
required to file their adverse claim with the
Register of the l nited States Laud Office at
Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the
sixty days period of publication bereot, or
they wi l be barred by virtue of tho provis
ions ol the Statute.
j>24 D. B. IMMEL. Register.
Application for Patent.
TO THE POSTER LODE HIRE.
NOTICE NO. 283.
U. S. Lard Omen,
Eureka. Nevada. July 23, 1875.
Notice is iiekbhyhiveniiiat the
K KConsolidated Mining( oni| any,whose
l postoffice iddrest* is San I mneiseo, Califor
nia, has this day filed his application for a
patent for fifteen hundred linear feet of the
i’orter Lode Mineor .'fin bearing silv-r, with
surface ground two hundred feet in width,
Mtuate, lying and being in Eureka Mining
District, county* of Eureka, and State of Ne
vada, and known and designated by the field
notes and official plat on file in this office as
Lot No. No, on un«urvey«xl lands.
'1 he Exterior boundaries of said Lot No.
Kd being as follows, to-wit: Variation l>% dg.
East, commencing at a post marked No. 1. li.
S. Survey Ne. k>; this post stands on the
northeastern boundary of Survey No, »*,
Car«oa Lode; whence the Lawton Shaft bear*
N. tk> dg. HUni. W. 4175-10 ft he flajf-uff in
the town of Eureka bears N. 55 dg. .'i> n». K.
0,304 ft., and tho highest point of Kuby Hill
bears N. dg. 25 n». W 1,45>I ft: there** run
ning X. 3‘*dg. W . 200 ft. to post marked No.
2, l . S. Survey No. tV», the sarno being post
No. 2 of said Surrey So. H8; thence N. 54 ilf.
K. :<*.7 to post No. 5 of Survey No. *5, Surplus
Ltxif, 1. .U0 ft. to post marked No. 3, L*. S.
Survey No. 81; thence S. M dg. E. 200 fl. to
post marked No. 4., I . S. Survey No. 8», and
thence S. 54 dg. . 1,‘ARA ft. to post No. 1, th«
i lace of beginning, containing 0 80-inO acr»*s.
This claim is bounded on the north by the
Surplus and on the west by the Larson Lode.
'1 tie location of tLis mine hi duly recorded
in the l.ocordi r’s Office of Eureka Alining
District, page 283. in liook E of Eureka Dis
trict Mining Keci.rds.
Any and all persons claiming adversely an>
portion of said I erter Lcuc Mine or said
mining giound as hereinbefore described,are
reirmred to file tb< ir adverse claim with th*
Kegisterof tho I mted States Land t tfire, at
Eureka, in tho State of Nevada, during the
sixty days period of publication hereof, or
they will bo barred by virtue of the provis
ions of the Statute.
jy24 I>. II. IMMEL, Hegi*ter.
Application for Patent.
TO THE BROWN LODE MINE.
NUT1CB NO. JM.
U. S. 1,4*0 OKK1CK,
Eureka, Nevada, July £i, IW.'i.
Notice is iieheiiv yiVEN that
the K K Conaolidatv-d Minin, Company,
whoso peat, dice address ia San Erancieco,
California, ha, this day filed it, a|i|,lication
Tor a patent fur fifteen hundred linear feet ol
ihe lirown Lode Mineur vein bearing .liver,
with surface ground two htindr.-il feet in
width, situate, lying and being in Eureka
Mining llirtrict. county of Eureka, and -vtate
of Nevada, and known and de.ignated by tl^e
field nut. a and official plat on file in tbi, uffiee
a. Lot No. No. tf7,on tinaurveyed land,.
Ihe Exterior lvoundariea of .aid Lot No.
H7 b, ingu, follow,, to-wit: Variation It)1* dg.
Eaat, commencing at a poat marked No. I.
I’. 8. Survey No. fc7; thia port aland" on ihe
nortlieu.tern boundary of Surrey No.MM. Cat
ron Lode, and ia poll No. I of Survey No. M>,
i orter Lode; whence the Lawton Shaft beara
N. ikidg. m. \V. 417.*10 't. '1 ho flagstaff in
the town of Eureka beara N. Vidg. NO m. K
o,; 04 It., and the hiyhoat point on Kuby Hill
hearalio dg. 25 m. VV. l,4olfi: I hence running
W . 54 dg. E. 1,'aai fl. to peat marked No. *. I .
S. Survey No.57. the aame being post No. 4 ol
aaid Survey No. H-i; thence S. 00 dg. E. 'AW
ft. to poat marked No. S, V. S. Survey No. h7;
thence S. 54 dg W. L aw it. to poet marked No.
4. U. S.Sureey No. a7. ‘Ibia poat atanda on
the norlhraetern boundary ol aaid aurvey
No. Mb. and tbenco N. MO dg. W. '-00 U. to po*t
No. I, place of beginning, containing U Ho-lUO
acrea.
Thia claim ia bounded on the nerth by the
I’orter J.ode and on the weal by the Carnon
Lode.
'J he location of tbia mine ia duly recorded
in the Ivccorder’a Cilice of Eureka.Mining Dia
triet, page IMt. in Kook E of Eureka District
Mining tvecorda.
Any and all peraona claiming advereely any
portion of aaid lirown Lode Mine or aaid
mining ground aa bereinbelure described, are
require- tu tile lb ir adverae claim with the
Itegiater of the United Statea l.and Cffiee. at
Eureka, in tho ntateof Nevada, during the
sixty dnva period ol publication liervof, or
they will bo barred by virtue of tho provia
luua of the Statute.
jy'JI D. B. IMMEL. Kegiater.
W.P, HASKELL & Co.,
UNDERTAKERS.
WILL KEEP ON HAND AN ASSOllT
mont of
Rooowood Gasket, of Every Style,
Coffin Trimmings, Etc.
0W Funerals attended to with promptness
and all tho arrangeiuenti made with care and
attention. Three (loom north of Paxton A
Co’e Hank, Mein streot. Eureka. mhl8
POLL TAX.
A POLL TAX OF It 18 NOW I*UE T1IK
2%. State, for the year 18T5, by eaeh male
Inbubitunt over the age ol twenty-one nml un
tier sixty. Please call at the Assessor's office
and ^settle. Ju0. POWELL,
OMICIAL.
lipplitatimfoThtoit''
NOTICE no. 279
P. 8. Laud Optics
MOTICE fs iVratf*,'' 81va%)
.iv^a^XT'wrS’-^
PfiPW&na&Pl
he Jefferson Lode, the samsT^1 PMl>t«f
joutherly f rom the Jecks “ gurvi
•ace ground 200 feet in wtdfb®
,e.d note^ie^U o*
reWo""^ VflK.WiaS3a-.lfca
!HI' No. 1 bears N. 4ide«s!!sS fi1#*1*)
jfot; the flagstaff, in the towr of t'S?»
bears N. 44 degs. 2 min*. V 9 7n*“,,k*.
So. 3, of Survey No. 6H, Carson t
S. 21 degs. 4 mins. A*’. U*-W
mouth of the Jefferson tunnel hi *•$
. 2.8 feet; thenoe running 8 7y a*
t. MS) feet to post marked "liotlW'
rey No. 84;” thence S. *lv. UW VintS
'o post marked "No. 8, U. g. Surv.fx® !w
"hNoC4 7s 5eR!'- W*» fw«
No, 4. U. S. Survey No. 84;” snSTt,?*'*^
degs E, 2)0 feet tc post “Xo.7?*!'
place of beginning. Containing 8 ttjtsJ*?
Courses expressed from the trus ml*? "'
"‘‘N * n,'*®D*l,c1 v»ri»tion of Vi1/, d,
Ih^clatni isJocated on uflswveitffi
and is bounded or the north by tbs JLi4'
Lode. I his claim is rocorded in "itifi?®
page 211. of the Eureka District «,i^k
ords; and a copy of the notice c»“ u'foIS
posted at the northern end ofthsel.o. “,l*
°»XW_I*. 11. lMMLL. h,jV
THE Rl'BY CONSOLIDATED MmSfl
I Company, limited, or London,
hereby gire notice that, ah.-rras it b,"“Jl
to their knowledge that ono JOHN y
TKK, of Eureka. Nevada, ha. fridulStuVi'
located a certain portion of their
rrosjiect Mountain. Fnroka county
under the name of the Atis* Miiia* Sz !
pany; further, that the .-aid Platerind U
associate* have taken possession of the fl!1
nacc* belonging to this Company, gJ.T
named them the Atla*; now. thin* to Jtl
notice that no party ha* bad or now ha* n!
authority to dispose on any of the codsmiiv*.
mines or ftirnnres: and all rartu-,-u«lw,„
thorired by tho undersigned-found in
upon any of tbo property of thn iobm.,
alter this date, will bo treated iu
and as such will bo proceeded agsigst to o,'
utmost eitent of the law. Notice!, h.r.W
on that HERMANN HEYNKMANN”dL*
firm of Hcynomann A Co., of
San Erancisco. has been removed fro®Ij,'
office as Ag. nt and Trustee for theeouiu,
and is no longer authorized to transit bjis
ness or receive money* on aeeouat of this
company. ?
THE l.l’BY CONSOLIDATED MlVINii
COMPANY, LIMITED.
By its Attorney in tact, B. 8. BEIlSAKIi,
\\ itnnss to the signature :
Thom ,a IV. Tsvt.oit.
Eureka. Not., June ji. ItC'i.
Application for Patent
TO THE SHOO FLY No. 3 XHL
no. m
V. 8. LasdOoic*.
Eurek a. Xevada, August \ Wx !
Notice is hereby given that
T hem a* J. Taylor, whose post office ni
dross is Eureka. Neruda, has tbis day fiitd
bis application for a pitent for eight hun
dred (HUU; linear ft. of theShoo Hy Mo. i
Mine or ve n bearing silver, with surface
ground two hundred f’JUO- ft. in width. »itu
atc, lying and being in Eureka Miotsf In*
trict. county of Eureka, and Mateo! Nevada,
and known and designated by th» field Dote*
and official plat on file in tbis office a* Lot
Number fifty-nine, in Township—, Kan*#
-, of unsurveyed land*.
The exterior boundaries of said Lot No. 5#
Mug M lolleft, 10 wit: \ ailanon 1*»dg. 0
mm. East, commencing u' a post marked N.W.
cor. Sb«4o kly No. 8. and the N. K. cor. wf
Mn*> Fly No. 2. whence the eboo Hy Mo. %
shaft b> ars t*. in » dr. F. 3UU.4 ft., and the
>ho© Fly No. *1 "haft bears H. 7 dg W, 321.$
It . and the flagstaff id the town of Eureka
bi-ars N. 41 dg. 4-! uiin. F., 10171 ft., and the
highest point of Ruby Hill, No. 1. bear* K.
O dg. *J5* uiin. W. ft.; and ruining
theme S. 7 ^ dg- E.mju feet, to post mark'd
."boo Fly, No. 8, S. \V. cor.: thenceN.lh's d$.
E. 2UU ft. to |*ost marked Sln«o Hv, No. 3. H.
E. oor.: thence N. 7h dg. W.fiUOft, to port
marked Shoo Flv, No.3. M'. E. cor.; thence#.
i dg. W. 1*00 ft. to place o! beginning, con
taining'! i*7-l‘S» acres.
I his »lain, is bounded on the norib h? tne
Jefferson, and on the south by the.Htollta
The location of thin mine Is duly recorded
in the Recorder** office of Eureka Mining
LRstrict, Fur*-ka county, State of Nevada, en
page 1 H». in Book L>, of the Mining Record* of
said district. .
Any and all Iversons claiming adversely any
portion of said Shoo Fly. No. 8 mine, er said
mining ground as hereinbefore described,
are required to tile their adverse claim etui
the Register of tho I’nited States Land office
at Eureka, in the Mate of Nevada, during
tho sixty days* period of publication hereof,
or they will be barred by virtue j>f !*®Pro*
visions of tho Statute. 1). B.
au4 Register.
DELINQUENT NOTICE
MUI NTA IN VIEW CONSOLIDATED
MIN INU COM I’AN T —Location nf I'™
< i i‘H 1 place ol business, Mn *!'•VJ'Tr.'St
fornia. Local.on of works. bureka, bur*
county, Nevada. ... /..i
> otic*—'1 here art delinquent upon the fol
lowing described stock, on account of
nieiit (No. 1) levied on tbe *4th day of Ju •
lb75, the several amounts *Jtoppo«U ,
names o| the respective shareholders, as i
,8W‘: No. No. . .
Names. CertiBeete. Shews. Ami.
M Macdonald, trustee.. 1 D® *,.15,
M Macdonald, trustee..... I » gS
M Macdonald, trusiee.12 3* h jg
M Macdonald, trustoe.!•> J|® uigg
hi Macdonald, trustee.IB DJ} -g
M Macdaaald, trustee. —17 *? w:n
M Macdonald, trustee.IB f’ .-gg
M Macdonald, trustee.M .c gg
M Macdonnid. trustee.....M w :g
M Macdonald, trustee.lH f' .-gg
M Macdonald, trustee.Iff j® #«>
M Macdonald, trustee."J ,g gg
M Macdonald, trustee...A) «gg
M Macdonald, trustee....*■•
M Macdonald, trustee-...-IB 3 j-, go
M Macdonald. trustee.M J® so00
M Macdonald, trustee t,i0
M Macdonald, trustee.•« » ji00
M Macdonald, trustee.ff K J5 0O
M Macdonald, trastea-.-» »
(leor,e Sehonewa d.» f. 500
tieowe hehunewald—» *” j»
II UurabaidL......I 5
N It Mendenhall.- a ... 75 00
llenry Weitman.- J '.5 10 0»
tiee h. Hinckley..."J ^ iitj
L J TSchmitenbnus.* ® 601«
M Uberfulder.■* *£ 2T. 00
J L Hussey.50 00
lly Stem pleiuau.j!?
H.Sauer ..£ S
Lincoln * Howard. tru'-Ol » 35oO
Lincoln A llowaid, tius B. ■» ,000
Lincoln* Howard, trus..B» S»
M rs h I' " Ilhams.** SO
ssqsfc=f 1 !i
iftSJBssists » jiS
AUMblann.ord«
And in uocordiinee with ’“"jj”,, the 2)tJ
of the Homdof Uirectors niad^^ of(«6
day of J une, IB7.>, so he nece?,*r,l
purcel of such stuck »8 tu*y t|,e office u>
sS‘&sk.iss,-t®2ks*s
{he hour ol two o clock r, A.con, toget®**
•* w
penses of *{frSi P. N EA L. Sjcxj^ja

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