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EOBEKA DAILY SENTIHEL.
SALOONS, die. THE SAZEIMC SALOON, Maw Stikict, Ephkka, SMITH * CO., PROPRIETORS, BEFITTED and REFURNISHED! Making it one of the most attractive places in Eureka. The Billiard Parlor, Attached to the SAZERAC, is the finest bil liard room in town, containing the newest and most improved tables. The Lunch Stand, WH. JI RI, Prop-r, Attached to the S AZERAC, is neatly fitted up, and the finest lunches, with HOT COFFEE AND TEA, can always be obtained. SHOP IN AT THE SAZERAC! mygt-tt __ INTERNATIONAL SALOON, International Hotel Building, EUREKA, NEV., CY. SANDERS. PROPRIETOR. The finest brands of wines. Liquors and Cigars constantly on hand. OPEN DAT AND NIGHT!. Mr CALL AND SAMPLE OUR VIANDS jys-tf _ Wholesale Liquor House '■ In Wkltton'a Stone Building, Main Street, Eureka. Having just retured from the East, after purchasing a large and ) SELECT STOCK OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, I am eompotent of not only competing with the Eureka merchants, but alike with San Francisco travelers. 1 will also bo able to furnish salooon-keepers with Cron 1< Beer, On and after June 1st. I say nothing but whnt I am willing to guarantee. COME ANI> SEE FOR YOI.K 6KLF. HENRY KIND. Proprietor. jelO-myti FRANK ABADIB, Wholesale Dealer in WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, ETC., ETC,, ETC. nearly Opposite the Court-House. Month Main street. Eureka. Large stock constantly on hand, consisting of Mtaud, Brandies, Domestic and Foreign; Whiskies, the host brands; Wines, all kinds, in wood and glass; Ale, imported, in wood and glass; Barter and Cider, do. do.; Havana Clears, all kinds; PLAYING CARDS, COAL OIL, ETC Will BUY CHECKS. NOTES. CHARCOAL RECEIPTS, etc. House* to rent to families, or for business. ' fell-tf I. B. FOND. 1 y. B. Reynolds, r SPANS, Agent. BAM*L MORE. ) POND, REYNOLDS & CO., Importers and Jobbers of wnrss AND UQUOAB, 212 California St., San Francisco. SV Sole Agents for Pacific Coast for G. 0. Blake's Bourbon County Whiskies. sfl.tf T. J. BELL’S STAGE LINE TO TYBO and BELMONT! LEAVES EUREKA MONDAY AND THURSDAY. RETURNING LEAVES TYBO TUESDAY AND 8ATURDAY. Office in the same building with the Eureka and Palisade Line. TRlMllLE A SNETZ1NGER, jel8-tf Agent TIME CHANCED! LEAVES TRI WEEKLY! ELKO AND EUREKA STAGE LINE -FOR DIAXOND CITY, HUNTINGTON AND SHEPHERD'S. /CARRYING TUB U. S. vy m*il—connecting with the C. P. western passenger train, Thrmh in 14 Hcnra; Faro, $10| Freight pet lb , 4c. LEAVES EUREKA: TesMiayi, Thursdays Mild Satur days at 7 o’clock A. K. LEAVES ELKO: ■oadaye, Wednesdays and Fridays. Offlcs in Parker House, Eureka, J. L. HINCKLEY, Agent. T. N. STONE, Agent, Elko. W. 8. VAN DREILEN. Proprietor. Jyt*-tf Unit#A States Hail Line BETWEEN TX>UR-HOUR8E COACHES, CARRYING J? passengers and Wells, Fargo A Co.’s Ki nross, connecting at Austin with the stage to the railroad, ana making close connection at Eureka with Woodruff and Ennor’s lino 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, at U o’clock. M*Pnssengers by this line will bo furnish ed excellent meals at toe Willows Station, where ample time will be given tor dinner each way. J. A. WILSON. Proprietor. Office at the Parker House, Eureka. 4-olt* J. L. Hiucklkv. Agent. For Sale at a Bargain. ■RFY ENTIRE PROPERTY IN THIS DIS lVA trict, consisting of lb line work horses. 4 No. 1 wagons, 5sets of double harness, a dwelling-house, furniture, barn etc., situated on Canyon street, 1 vacant lot adjoining the 1 resbytorian Chureh, and a lot on the corner of Kael and Gold streets. The above described property, together, will be sold ag a bargain, or in lots to suit purchasers. > . jySitf 4 L. SHOT. MISCELL A NEO US. DELINQUENT NOTICE. JACKSON MINING COMPANY-LOCA tion of principal place of business, San Francisco, California. Location of Works, Eureka district. Eureka county, Nevada. Notico—There are delinquent upon the fol lowing described stock, on account of assess ment (No. 7) levied on the 25th of day June. 1875, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as fol lows: No. of No. of Names. Certificate Shares Amt. Barton W II, trustee.1325 100 $ 50 00 Cahill k Co E, trusees....l3|3 100 50 00 Cahill A Fox, trustees. 957 10 5 00 Cahill A Fox, trustees..— 181 10 5 00 Cahill A F'ox, trustees.... 981 5 2 50 Cahill G Fox, trustees.... 988 5 2 50 Cahill A Fox, trustees.... 989 5 2 50 Crandall W G, trustee....1785 100 50 00 Crandall W G, trustee.... 1787 50 25 00 Crandall W G, trustee.1780 100 50 00 Crandall W G, trustee,... 17:*9 100 50 00 Crandall W G trustee,... IKU0 50 25 00 Crandall W G, trustee.... 1M)1 50 25 00 Crandall W G, trustee.1813 pH) 50 00 Crandall W G, trustee.... 1948 100 50 00 Cavallier J P, trustee.1388 50 25 00 Duncan W L, trustee.1 *11 50 25 00 Drexlcr A Co L P, trus.,1517 ' 100 50 00 D«/ano G A, trustee. 2- 9 50 2-5 00 Epstein E* trustee,.1873 10 5 00 Fisher E, trustee.1408 200 100 00 Fisher F., trustee.1411 10 5 00 Fislior F;, trustee.1889 100 50 00 Try J D, trustee. 897 10 5 00 Harmon A K P, trustee 898 5 2 50 Hussey J L.trustee.1334 50 25 00 Keying B, trustee. 879 1(H) 50 00 1 Lissak A 11, trustee. 709 25 12 50 Lowenberg VV m, trustee.. 1895 15 7 50 McDonald A Whitney,tra. 2-‘»7 15 7 50 Martin M S, trustee. 410 50 25 00 Malone J.1192 50 25 00 Noble 11 H, trustee. 354 50 25 (H* Neal Chas S, trustee.1027 100 50 00 Neal Chas S, trustee.104-5 15 7 20 Neal Chas S, trustee.1382 10 5 00 Noble A Co 11 H,trustces.l70» 100 50 (H) N oble A Co H H trustees. 1777 50 25 00 Norwood W E, trustee...I 01 50 2-5 (K) Norwood W F^, trustee...1'-07 100 50 00 Norwood W E, trustee...1578 100 50 00 Hichardson Fi A, trustee. 08 10*1 50 tH» Hichardson E A, trustee. 78 50 25 00 Richardson E A, trustee. DM 40 20 00 Richardson FJ A, trustee. 232 100 50 00 Richardson E A, trustee. 422 100 50 00 Richardson E A, trustee.1370 10 5 00 Schmitt M, trustee.1 15 50 25 00 Schmitt 0 A. trustoe.1713 15 7 50 Smiley T J L, trustee.1-T8 100 50 0» Stock J, trustee. 73.5 2-5 12 50 Thomas D L, trustee.1345 50 2 » 00 1 homas I) L, trustee.1 01 100 50 00 Thomas D L, trustee.1725 3 1 50 Thomas D L, trustee.1791 389 18 4 50 Thomas D L, trustee.1951 10*) 50 (H) l hler J Clem, trustee.1022 10*) 50 0*1 Woods W H, trustee. 512 100 50 (Ht Woods W H, trustee. 527 1U0 50 0*1 Woods A Freeborn, trus.. 939 1*H) 50 00 Welch A Herr, trustee... 5*2 1(H) 50 00 Webster A Soule, trus. 804 10 5 00 Wilk E F, trustee. 931 50 2-5 00 And in accordance with law, and an order of the Board of Directors, made on the twenty-fifth 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, Hayward’s Building, 419 Cali fornia stree, Stn I raneisco. California, on the Slneteontli Bsy of Anirii**, 1875, at the hour of 2 o’clock \\ m. of said day, to pay said delinquent assessment thereon, to gether with costs of advertising and expenses of the sale. If. C. KIBBE, Secretary. Office, Room21, Hayward’s buildir g, No. 419 California street, San Francisoo, Cali fornia. au3 sweeney s siames i The Most Extensive Livery IN THE STATE ! —TIIE— Fashion and the Dexter! Two Complete Eatnblisltnienta UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT! SADDLE HOUSES, BUO gies. Carriages, Kockn ways, Wagons, etc., in ondless variety! Horses Bought and Sold I And a general livery business conducted in all of its branches. Having obtained a permanent lease of the Fashion Stable—Walsh’s old stand—1 will in the future run the same in connection with the Dester Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. Both establishments will be open for busi ness day and night. The finest stock and turnouts in America always on hand, (lire me a call. SWEENEY. <W LIVERY, FEED" m" and C. C. CABPESTKR. H. BISHOP. BISHOP A CARPENTER. SOUTH MAIN STREET, NEARLY OPPO site the Tumor House, Eureka. Wo have recently purchased a number of elegant turn outs und a lot of fine saddle-horses, and are prepared to furnish CAKR1AUES, BUUtilES and SADDLE-HORSES at reasonable rates. Horses boarded by the day, week, or month. Hay and Barley (or sale. By fair-dealing, good stock, and strict at tention to business, we hupe to secure a lair share of patronage. apTtf JOSEPH WELLS. L. C. ANDKR80K EUREKA FOUNDRY. WBLKI dt AmBMOE, Having purchased the proper ty known as the Eureka Foundry, are now prepared to furnish mills, furnaces, etc. with Casting* of All Dearriptiona i also. Machine Work. WW Orders from Austin, Uelmoat, Hamil ton, and Mineral Hill solicited and filled with dispatch. All work leaving this foundry GUARANTEED, and on the most reasonable terms. Orders left at the foundry, or add rest ed to WELLS A ANDERSON. Eureka Foundry, Eureka, Nevada. Will receive nromDt attention. ie8-tf San Jose Savings Bank, 281 Santa Clara Stroot, San Jose. Cal., Capital Stock, - - - - $600,000. Paid in Stock—Oold Coin, $300,000. Asseta Jan. 1„ 1870, $1,324,155.52. Deposit receipts issued, beah ing interest FROM DATE 01 DEPOS IT at SIX PER CENT., payable on demand; EIGHT PER CENT., payable in six inopths, 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 (rom date of each deposit; they may also be transferred by indorsement, and principal with interest will be paid to holder. Pass books issued, if desirod, and same rate of interest allowed. Deposits from the interior, 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 for which the deposit is to be made, and a Deposit Receipt or Puss Hook—as preferred—will be promptly returned. Remittances in Currency Exchange will e credited in gold at current rate. JOHN II. MOORE. II. H. REYNOLDS, mh7-iy President. Cashier. HOTELS, ETC. TURNER HOUSE, South Main Street. Eureka. Nevada. B. J. Turner, Proprietor. Having again assumed Busi ness at my old stand, I bog leave to in form tho public that I am prepared to ac commodate all who may favor me with their patronage, and would assure them that it will again be brought back to its formor well known standard. Old customers are re spectfully invited to return, and they will re ceive every possible attention. THE BOOMS Are largo, well furnished and comfortable. THE TABEES Will, at all times, be supplied with the best the market affords. THE BAR Will be constantly supplied with the choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Charges reason able. B. J. TURNER, Propr. Eureka, August 23. IK7L au-’.'ilf MOCH’S. 1 WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM MY friends in Eureka and Ruby Hill, and the public in general, that I bare leased tho Parker House Restaurant, And will open the same on Sunday, the 2gth of February, As a Pirst-Class Eating-house Hoping to receive a share of patronage, and assuring mv friends and the public that 1 will do all in my power to pleaso. MRS. JNO.A. MUCH. Pioche Daily Record copy, fe2i-lm PACIFIC LODGING HOUSE. North Main Street, Eureka. Formerly C'ornnroiiiH llesliiiirniit. FRANK 8WENSS0N, PROPRIETOR. Having fitted up the finest lodging establishments town. 1 am pro ■mired to f urnish rooms in suit or single. The house is fitted up ail new, the rooms ure car peted, the bods are spring, the house is neat and airy. surcharges Reasonable.*®* Try the PACIFIC? HOUSE. fiV-t-lm J. L. H1XCKLKY. J. H. LOCK WOOD PARKER HOUSE, EUREKA, NEW Hinckley & Lockwood, Proprietor*. 1MIE ROOMS AliE SPACIOUS AND supplied with Spring l!eds throughout. THE BAB Is furnished with the finest Liquors-and Cigars tbu‘can be purchased. A FiiMt-elnsM Hestanrnilt oil the Firwt Floor. The Palisade, Hamilton, Austin, Tybo and Belmont Stages, all stop at this House, jl i-nl*>. SILVER BRICK HOTEL, South Main street. Eureka. WM. GILLEN, - - Proprietor. HAPPY AND CONTENTED ARE BILLY Gi leu’s bcardors. The best looking men come from good liv ing. Board 88 Per Week. The best mca’.s in tho State for 50 cents. je3 WM. GILLEN. The Pioneer Restaurant, Opposite J. S. M’hitton‘8 Stone Store, Ma Street, Eureka. GEO. P. LUNSGRBN WILL BE PLEAs-ED TO SEE ALL 1IIS IT old friends at his house at any t'rne. At the FIONEEK thoy will find The Tables Supplied with all the delicacies that can be obtained, and the Pioneer .“hall be as well kept as any Restaurant in Eureka. Give me a call and see bow entirely you will be suited. jel7 Stock Speculation. NAM'L MeKEE A to., Brokers in “puts,” “calls” and Double Privileges, No. H1U California street,San Francisco, Cat. l amj>hl<‘ts mailed to any address, explain ing this system of stock speculation. Parties of limited means inn operate with the same facility as a capitalist. Ten dollars and a commission of one-quar ter ner cent, on the market value of tho stock secures a contract on 10 shares. Twenty dollars and commission secures a contract on 20 shares. Fifty dollars und commission secures a con tract on o0 shares. One hundred dollars and commission se cures a contract on 100 shares. T his system of speculation has become re markably popular in New York, and is used by such operators as Daniel Drew, Russell, Cage and others. jyll EUREKA HALL! fpllE ABOVE LARGE AND COMMODI 1 ous Hull wil! be open from on and alter the liith inst., for engagement for all PUBLIC MEETINGS AND POLITICAL & SOCIAL PURPOSES Especial care will be taken in perfecting ar rangements for Balls and Parties. Entrance on Main street, at the south side of the Silver Brick building. DAY. ROSENBERG, Propr. •lotf PIONEER Barber Shop & Bath House, First door north of the Pioneer Restaurant. North Main street. Eureka. rpilE UNDERSIGN ED, HAVING RK 1 cently opened the above establishment utters his professional services to all who desire a first-class nhysiognomical HAIR CUT, or an ecstatic 811AVE. #>«S' Hair Cutting, 50 cents. Shampoeing, 50 cents. Connected with tile estab lishment are several neat and elegant Rath Rooms where the most desirable (lot or Cold Baths can be bad at all times. BATHS, 75 CENTS. A share of public patronage is solicited. au!H-tf J AM Es M. M MOODY. Prop‘r. 0. H. WILLARD. Stock Broker, 399 California, Ml., Man 1'ranrlaco. Member pacific stock exchange. Stooks bought and sold oa commission. •ulO-Xm PROFESSIONAL. - -i——..r.v,*; .—- t-—v. , ,t« t—av~. DR. M. R. CHAMBLIN, Physician and scrgeon. can be found at the Eureka Drug Store or at his private office on Duel stroet, two door* south of the Skstixkl office. mil tf THOMAS J. READ, CIVIL ENGINEER AND I . S. DEP uty Mineral Surveyor. Office in Ky land’s Brick Building, on the corner of Bool and Bateman streets, up stairs. myll THOS. LASPEYRE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. NOTARY Pl'BLICs nail CominiNMlon er of llreih for t alilornia. OFFICE IN THE COCRT-HOCSE Building, Eureka, Nevadu. Will practice in all tho courts of theState, ^_my'27-tf __ A. 11. HII.I.HOI'BK. W. H. DAVKN1-ORT HILLHOUSE A DAVENPORT, Attorneys at law. office in Dick Hyland's Brick Building, Bate man streot. Eureka, Nevada. jell-tf S EL DEM HETZEL, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Clark’s Stone Bui'ding, CORNER OF MAIN AND CLAltK STe., Eureka, Nevada. noo — c. G. Hubbard. c. J. pansing. LANSINC A HUBBARD, Attorneys at law. practice in all Courts in this Stato and California. C.G. Hubbard - • - Notary Public. Office in ltylend’s Brick Building, Bateman street. Eureka, Nev. augU G. W. BAKER. ATTAIt.Vt.T AT LAW AM> NOTABY PUBLIC. Office on Mnin street, above the Turner House. jal I DR. A. C. BISHOP, FIYM4IAX AM) SI KOKOL OF tice: en Second tloer in Clark’s Stone mijlding, corner .Main and Clark streets, Eu reka. jel2-tf C. HAMILTON, D. D. S.. DKYTI.ST. Booms: Five doors S*Sx, south of the SKHTWtl. otiiec, liucl street. Eureka. f3 sy-Lt-I_LlT THOS. WREN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Main Street, Kureka, Nevada. jn2 >-tf GEO. W. MERRILL, Attorney at i.aw, restrict Attorney for Eureka county, and-No tary Public. Office in the Court-house. jn8-tf JBU8INESS CARDS. DAVII) LUNDBOM ASSAVER. Office: Main *f the I*lo. ue«*r annual. «>*~Accurate assays guaranteed. A SMALL ADVANCE FROM MY FOR MKil very low rates will bo charged in tho future, though toes will still bo kept as reasonable as possible. Strangers are required to pay in advance. Eurok a, August 22. In7<. au£~tf GKO. 11. JOHNSON. r. V\N DY< K HI BI!AKI» Member^. F. Stock board. HUBBARD & JOHNSON, COMMISSION STOCK BROKERS, Nos. .122 and >121 California M., SAN FRANCISCO. Refurencos— 1.tinsing «k liubbard, and \V. II. Stowell. Eur*»ka. jyltf F. H. HARMON, riOrNTY CLERK. AND EX-OFFICIO Clerk of the District Court of tho Sixth Judicial District, in and for tho County ol Eureka, State of Nevada. CONVEYANCING, In ull its branches, correctly executed. Ac knowledgment.*, Affidavits, etc., taken iu any part ol too town. Office: f ront corner room at the Court house. dti-Jra K. L. CHASE, CIOl’KTY Iti:4'OKI>frill AXI> A1DI J tor. of Eureka county, Nevada. IIliving in my office the ♦ranscribed Rec ord* from Lander county, lam piepared to search records and make abstracts of Mining i roporry and Rea! Estate. Conveyancing in all its branches. Acknowledgment* taken. Office in tho Court-house, Eureka, Eureka county, Nevada. jaK-tf '1MIL 1,1 BY CONSOLIDATED MINING 1 Company, limited, of London, England, hereby give notice that, a hep as it has come to their knowledge that one JOliN E. PLA TER, of Eureka, Nevada, has fradulently n located u certain portion of their mines « n Prospect Mountain, Eureka county, Nevada, under the name of tho Atlas Mining Com pany: further, that the said Plater and his associates huve taken possession of tho fur naces belonging to tin* Company, und re named them the Atlas; now, this is to give notice that no party has had or now lias anv authority to dispose on any of tho company’s mines or furnaces: und all parties—unless au thorized by tho undersigned- found in or upon any of ibo property of this company alter this date, will be treated as trespassers, and as »uch will bo proceeded against to tho utmost extent of the law. Notice is hereby giv en that HERMANN HEYNEMA.nN, ol the firm of Hoyneraann *fc Co., of Sansore street, San Francisco, has been removed from his office as Agent and Trustee for the company, and is no longer authorized to transact busi ness or receive moneys on account of thi* company, THE RUBY CONSOLIDATED MINING COMPANY, LIMITED. By its Attorney in fact, B. S. BERNARD. Witness to the signature : Thomas W. Taylor. Eureka, Nev„ June 2tt, 1K7N. jc*j7 j. lkvir. Eureka. I.simos, San Francisco LEVIN & SIMON, IMl'ORTKRS Attn UKAI.ICR8 III CIOARS,TOBACCO,STATIONERY CONFECTIONERY, SCHOOL BOOKS, ETC., ETC. Mala Street, Eureka, Nevada nl TP . LOBWY Beoh to inform his fricndc that he ha« bought the agency of J. 11. MICHAEL for all the i-.nanem s-n|M-r*. a-cri<Mii<-HlN, Blue* mii«I 1'naliioii Bnoks, And is procured to dolivor thorn to bis sub scribers at their place of residence FREE OF CHARGE! IMS-OFFICE, at 0. Youna'sHunsniitbShop, next to Meyers anil I-ranklin'*. aulT-tf WOOD-CHOPPERS WANTED. 'PUREE (KK)I) WOOD-CHOPPERS ARE X wanted immediately. F'or particulars, apply at J. S, WHITIOK'S 6T0RK. au*-3t PATENT APPLICATIONS. Application for Patent. TO THE SURPLUS LODE MINE. NOTICE NO. 202. U. S. Land Office, Eureka, Nevada, July 28, 1875. Notice is hereby given that the K K Consolidated Mining Company, whoso postoffice address is *an Francisco, California, has this day filed its application for a patent for six hundred linear feet of tho Surplus Lode, mine or vein bearing silver, with surface ground 200 foot in width, situate, lying and being In Eureka Mining District, county of Eureka, and Mate of Nevada, and known and designated by the field notes and official plat on file in this otlico as Lot No. 85, on unsurveyed iands. The Exterior Boundaries of said Lot No. 85 being as follows, to-wit: Variation 18H dg. E, commencing at a point marked No. 1, C. S. Survey No. 8\ the same being post No. 1 of survey No. 40, Sentinel Lode, whence the highest point of Ruby Hill No. 1 bears N 05 dg. 20 W 1,188 ft. 'I he flagstaff in the town of Eureka bears N 57 di. 17 E. 0,575 ft, and the Lawton Shaft bears N 10*4 dg. W 125; thence running N 9$4 dg W. H8 ft, to post marked No. 2, V. S. Survey No. 85; thence N 8 dg. \V. WS Carson Lode, 527 ft. tc post No. 1 of* sVi'd?Sur vev No. * 8, 545 ft. to post iuark<*d S. Survey No, 85; thence S 80 dgje^MWiiU'v ft. to post murked No. 7. V. S. SiTr^ey?Nit>. 8>, and thence N. 9 dg. W. 19 ft., post Np\ 1, the place of beginning, containing.-2; acres. /‘tv*. This claim is bounded on the west by the Eureka Consolidated Mining Compifny; south by tho K K Consolidated Mining Company. Tho location of this mine is dul* recorded in the Kec«»rd* r’s Office of Eureka Mining District, Page ‘J77, in Look D of tRo-Eureka District Mining Records. Any und alt persons claiming adversely Hpy portion of said Surplus Lode Mine or said mining ground as hereinbefore described, yre required to file their adverse claim with the H eg is ter of tho United 6tates Land Office at Eureka, in tho State of Nevada, during the sixty days period of publication hereof, or they w ill he barred by virtue of tho provis ions of the Statute. jy24 D. B. IMMEL, Registep. Application for Patent. TO THE PORTER LODE MINE. NOTICE NO. 28-?. U. S. Lanii Omrp, Eureka, Nevada, July 28, 1875. Notice is iiehehyuiventhat the K IvConsolidated MiningComi an.v,wh< so postofiiee address is San brancisco, Califor nia, has this dav filed his application for a patent for fifteen hundred linear feet of the Porter Lode Mine or . ein bearing silve r, with surface ground two hundred feet in width, Minute, lying and being in Eureka Mining District, county of Eureka, and State of No. i : vada, and known amt designated by the field | S notes and olficiul plat on file in this office a* | Lot No. mu, on unsurveyed lands. '1 he Exterior boundaries qt said Lot No. being as follows, to-wit: Variation l *! v dg. j East, commencing ut u post marked No. 1. I . j S. Survey No. Kl; this punt stands on the northeastern boundary of Survey No, »►*, Car«on Lode; whene**th« Lawton Shaft bears N. #5 dg. 80 m. \V. 417.5-10 ft. '1 h« flug-t.ifi in the town of Eureka bears N. 55 dg. 50 ui. b. ft., and the highest point of huby Hill beers \. 00 dg. 25 m. W l,l‘d ft: thence run ning X. *kl dg. \N. 200 ft. to postmarked No. 2,,1 . S. Survey No. 8i, the "Mine being post No. 2 of said Survey No. 08; thence N. .54 dg. E. 527 to post No. 5 of Survey No. 85, Surplus Lode, 1,500 ft. to post marked No. 1, S. Survey No. 8 *; th< nee >. -10 dg. b . 200 ft. to post marked No. 4., I . S. Mirv* y No. 8». and thence S. 54 dg. NV. 1.5oo ft. to po«t N*». 1, the place of beginning, containing o «*-ino acres. This claim is bounded on the north by the Surplus and on the weft by th* ( arson 4.ode. 'lhe locution of this mine is duly recorded in the hecorder’s t tlice of Eureka Mining District, page 185, in book E of Euieka Dis trict Mining It ecu rds. Any and ail persons claiming adversely anv portion of said I erter Lode M lio* or j»uid mining ground u- horeinbetoie described, nro required to file their adverse claim with the Kegistcrof the l nited States Land t fin e, at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the sixty days period of p'lbllcatlop b reof.oi they will be barred by virtue of the provie ions of theStatuto. j\ji D. r>. IMMEL, RifliiUr* Application for Patent. TO THE BROWN I^IDE MINE. NOTICE NO. >i. 1. S. Lamp Omcic, Eureka, Nevada, July 2d, 1*75, Notice is iikekuy divkn that th** K K consolidated Mining Company, whose postoffice address is San f rancisco, < ulilornia, has this day filed ils application for u patent f«»r tit teen hund red linear feet ot the brown Lode Mine or vein bearing silver, with surface ground two hundred feet in width, situate, lying and being in Eureka Mining District, county of Eureka, and .date of Nevada, and known and designated by tlie field not; s and official plat on file in this office as Lot No. No. N7, on unsurveyed lands. 'I he Exterior boundaries of "aid Lot. No. *7 being ns follows, to-wit: Variation Ifi'-dg. East, commencing at a post marked No. I. I C. S. Survey No. t7; this post stands on the I northeastern boundary of 8urvey No.UN. Cat son Lode, and is post No. 1 of Survey No. N\ Porter Lode; wh*nc« th" Lawton Shaft bean N. U5dg. .A) in. \V. 417 5-10 *t. '1 he (lag-daft in the town of Eureka bear* N. 56 dg. 50 in. K. 0,'04 It., and the highest point on Kuby Hill bearstid dg. 25 in. . 1,4’dtt; thence running \V. 54 dg, K. 1,500 ft. to post marked No. 2, l . S. Survey No. *7, the suine being post No. 4 of said Survey No. *»: thence S. **U dg. E. 200 ft. to post mark* <1 No. 5, l’. !■*. Survey No. *7; thence S. 51 dg \\. 1,500 it. to post marked No. 4, II. S.Survey No. *7. ’I his post stands on the northeastern boundary ot said survey No. <>*, and thence N. art dg. W. 200t't. to post No. 1, place of beginning, containing 0 81-100 acres. This claim is bounded on the north by the Porter Lode and on the west by the Carson Lode. J he location of this mine is duly recorded in the recorder's Office ot Eureka Mining Dis trict, page 1*l, in book E of Eureka District Mining hecords. Any ami all persons claiming adversely any Portion of said brown Lode Mine or said mining ground a* hereinbefore described, an* required to file th- ir adverse claim with th" Pegistor of the United States Land Office, at Eureka, in the MHtoof Nevada, during the sixty days peiiod of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provis ions ot the Statute. jy‘21 D. b. 1MMEL, Ilegistcr. W.P. HASKELL & Co., UNDERTAKERS. uriu, KEEP ON HAND AN ASSORT. TT nient of Rosewood Caskets of Every Style, Coffin Trimmings, Etc. Funeral* attended to with |ironi|>tnoss and all the arrangement* made with cure and attentiun. Throe door* north of Paxton A Co’h Hank. Vain utreet. Eureka. mhlH POLL TAX. A POM, TAX OF «t IS NOW DTE THE State, for the year 1875, by each male inhabitant over t ho hk»* of twenty-one and on dor sixty. Please call at the Absessoi's ollije and settle. J. C. POWELL, at* 18 Count©’ A manor, a Off TOTAL. AppHcatiorTfoTpaten^ TO THE SHOO FLY No. 2 MIN* NO. 285. U.8. L,axi> Officf his application for a patent for.|JK .Slf<l drcd (800) linear feet of tho*Shoo v*Khun nnno or vein bearing silver » m y Ao- 2 ground two hundred It. in width, shuSfr mg and being in fcurcka Mining bi, *1' >»• ty of Hureka, and State of N(.Vi,Cuun" known and designated by the field £!?£ S ethyiiil plai.on hie in ihisoBice a. Lo* N„ *5? in lownslnp-, Hangs-oi *. land. “ ’ 01 “"’“"eyed The exterior boundaries of said I.ot N, „ ! being as follows town: Variation l!td» * 5 nun. F.nst, commencing at a non mark.! v -I cur. Shoo Fly No 2. and .Civ"" t ' Hy No. •(, whence the Shoo Fir bears S. 7 dg. W. 824.d ft., and the clif’V ‘ No. 8slimt bears s. Mi* dg. h. :«K».4ft.Tanrt tb« 800 ft. to post niarked’shuiVFly'\n £• cor.; thence S. 82*4 dir. W. 200 *•» * / 1 * marked Shoo Hy \'n, 2, 8. \\ cor •*?!.10,1 N. , dg. \V. 800 ft to post marked Sh!!^ N O. 2. N. \\. cor ; thence N. 82'i dg F -inn aer!.’!ttCa °f bc*innin*' containing 8 o7.1(J; This claim is bounded on tho North bv th. Jefferson, and on the South by the latelin' J no location of this mine is duly recorded in the Kecordor’s nffice of Fiurcka Mii.ii™ District. Kureku county, Stateot Ne X* Fage 118, in Hook D of tho Mining Keeords nny and all persons claiming adversely portion ot said Shoo Fly N'o. 2 mine or «»i,i mining ground as hereinbefore described Ir« required to tile their adverse claim with Hegister of tho J'nited States bind 0*c. Kureka, in the State of Nevada, during the sixty days’ period of publication hereof,T, •boy will be barred by virtuo of the provb. ions of the statute. 1). B. 1M.MH ‘ur> Kegistir. Application for Patent. TO THE SHOO FLY No. 3 MINE. NO. 28d. V. S. I,ixnOmen. Eurek a. Nevada, August 8,1K7*> \rCTIOE IS 1IKKBUY HI VEX THAT ix Thomas J. Taylor, whose to«f< ffi.» id. dress is Eureka. Nevada, has this day fifai bis application for a intent f<*r eight hun dred (8*10) linear ft. of the Shoo My No. 8 Mine or von hearing silver, with surface ground two hundred *200i ft. in width, sin,. ! ate, lying and being in Eureka Mining Pis. trict, county of Eureka, and Mateot Nevada and known und designated by th** field rules ! and official | lot on tile in this < as l,„t N umber fifty-nine, in Township—, l!ange ! -. of unsurveyed lands. T ho exterior boundaries of said Lot Xo. SB being as toll* w*, to wit: \ aiiHiion 1‘idg.JV min. I- list, commencing u* a post marked X.W. cor. Shoo My No. 8, and the N. K. cor. ©f Mioo Fly No. 2, w hence the Mmo Fly No. 8 shmft. bears S. lfi't dg. E. Mm. I ft. and the Mioo Fly No. 2 shaft bears S. 7 dg YV. Tit A It., and the flag-tart’ in the town of Eureka b-iirs X. 11 dg. Id min. F., 10171 ft., ai d tbo highest point of Ruby llill, Xo. 1. bears .N. (r dg. 20 min. YV. 88 2.10 It.; and n unin* them e S. 7 U dg. E, MW feet, to post marked Mioo f ly. No. 8. S. YV'. cor.; thence N. K \ dg. E. 2U0 ft. to post .marked Sh< o I Iv, No. 8 S. K. onr.j thence N. 7 h dg. YV. 800 ft., to post marked Shoo Flv. No. A. N. E. tor.; tbtDce£. 82‘d tig. Y\. ■.**) ft. to place o: beginning, con taining?! *»7-l'Kiacres. T his«l.iin. is hot.nded on ihe north by the Jefferson, and on th- south by the.'atnlit*'. The location of this mine is duly recorded in the Recorder** ofliee of Eureka Mining Iristrict, Fur-l a county, State of Nevada, ©n page lit), in Hook i>, of the Mining Records uf smd district. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion ot saitl Shoo Flv. No. 8 mine, or said miuing ground h* hereinbefore described, are retmirt d to file their adverse claim with the Register of the 1’nited States Land Office ah Eureka, in tin- 8tati <>t Nevada, dvrini tltc sixty tin vs’ period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of tb° pro visions of tho Statute. 1>. b. 1MMER. aul Register. DELINQUENT NOTICE. M< »l NT AIX V1EW CON SOLI HATED M IN IN(» CH.Ml'AN V- Location of j>rtn (11011111000 01 business. >an E mncisev, Cali fornia. Location ol works. Eureka, Eureka county, Nevada. i> ol ice—*1 here are delimjm nt upon tha fob Iowiiik described stock, on account of asses.s mentlNo. I levied on thc‘24ib day ol Jun<*, 1875, the several amounts set opposite the names of tbs respective shareholders, as fol lows: No. No. Names. Certificate* Shares. Amt, M M ucdonald, trustee. 1 180 $fd 51 Macdonald, trustee.11 2) 1 M Macdonald, trustee.12 25 ,A) .\I Macdonald, trustee.1» 100 522? 51 Macdonald, trustee.Id 100 ;dOj) M .Macdonald. trustee—17 *25 12 y M Macdonald, trustee*.18 2-> 1- y XI Macdonald, trustee.....id *^ 51 Macdonald, trustee.20 50 M Macdonald, trustee.*24 25 1-•*] 51 .Macdonald, trustee.*27 0 2’W 51 5laediinuld, trustee..8 50 M Macdonald, trustee • 0 *20 JJ?JJf 51 Macdonald, trustee.88 ;>0 51 Macdonald, trustee.84 25 J M Macdonald, trustee.Ho 50 51 .Macdonald, trustee.*7 loo -jO 51 Macdonald, trustee w >0 J?[ 51 Macdonald, trustee.17 5U y’ 51 .Macdonald, trustee.....40 50 *;J lioorgo Nchonewaid. 5 2» *• • (ieotire Sebonewald. 0 10 J 11 LurKbaidt. 7 :* i \ K Mendenhall. 8 a J Henry Meitman. 0 TiO '* J ll Hine,.10 -« liee E Hinckley..28 2» *r ' . L J T M'bmitenhuus.'20 *0 M Oborfelder.20 1W j? X lly Sfi nipieiuan..; 2 100 • II Neuer.nan..:t*» .jO S H I becver.10 * r,: 'JI0 Lincoln A Howard. trus...4l 50 w Lincoln A Howard, tius...42 w t|HK| Lincoln A Howard, trus.. 41 20 ! Mrs E I’ Williams.41 •> * ^ Henry Pure her.JjO ^ :i oo Mrs Martha ltuss.7> , *> oo Mrs Hoyle.78 j jg Lincoln A Howard, trus...77 j*» AO Lincoln A Howard, trus.."8 mi Lincoln A Howard, trus.J*0 ■u 7-yo A U McCann.70 80 And in accordance with law.andan 0 ^ of the Hoard of Hireeturs, day of June, 1W.», so many f^l‘ro ?ftry parcel of such stock as may bo neccswjj -ill !><• '*>1*1 a,V, (*lif'r»i» lh« Company, ltcoin AI, N«. (!• wen siroot, San i ranciaou. < aUlorma, **} _. it .i», .’»».*■ i#tn <">y, «• A,,*f,,“‘;hd,y.fo tht. hour of twu o’elook P, w. ol j|„.r pay delinquent aaaeajment th|'r‘<’ri' ' 5 tJ. with the cos Is ol ■diwliiim thUcaArt. P. N KAL, Secretary. Office, Doom at. No. HIM alilornia »treel,^ Francisco, California. —.—-— NOTICE! r To John M«•! n J'!*: ^“'"nTeTio C. l ameron, »i.il their «**« £ \'rui; AND KAt’ll Ol; V,,V. rf. r- M,'!lBhuf 1 by notified that wo have perlormec^ ^ 00 the Scorpion mine, in I Kura yon. in Secret Canyon M.o.mr District, j "'I;.1.*> jsus^i isirswaraa&iis——• as follows: oflA - * jue $40 ft c. c. t'amoron...... “r. , un|os8 Voivnre hereby no|1,le(l l' ‘ |lay }«»r and cilth Of you. within IK) day' I , ,„h proportion of said amount. )°“r;iu bce.uae of your intoreit tn our properkv. V. ‘ i;\ (\N,S, »yK0d a- B*MckkA