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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
T II E EUREKA AND PALISADE Rail road: HAS BKBN Completed to Eureka, And the Company if* now ready to carry paa seogors ami freight over the road With Regularity and Dispatch. Trains will run as follcwt until further nutiee: Passeagrr Trains i>eare F.tirok v daily at. 3:10 t. M. Arrive at Balirale at..10.UU a. «. Making eonnection with East and West Bound Trains of the Central Pacific Railroad. Returning: Leave Pali* ado at..«. 4:00 p. «. Arrive at Eureka at.10:30 r. u. Freight unci Accommodaf ion Train: ueave Eureka daily at... 7:00 a m. Arrive at Palisade at. 3:.?0 p. u. Leave Pa!if*ade daily at. 7>45 a. a. Arrive at Eureka at. 5:30 p. m. The Company will deliver freight te Hamilton, Pioche, Tybo, Reveille, Belmont, AND ALL POINTS SOUTH, By its teams, with care and dispatch and at the lowest rates. n27tf P. EVLHTK, (iCDeral fcup't. EUREKA Alf!) PALISADE: TELEGRAPH COMPANY. OFFICE With Wells, Fargo &. Co, Main street, Eureka. THE ONLY LINE ConneeUnc with the Direct Allan, lie t abic, For all European eitios and towns, and At lantic and Pacific Telegraph. For all points ea*t and west our facilities for RAPID TRANSMISSION are the best in the world. n27tf P. EVERTS. Gonoral Sup’t New Photograph Gallery! LOUS MONACO. Proprietor. On South Main street. Eureka. evadu Mr NEW GALLERY HAVING BEEN completed, I am ready to furnish the best and MOST LIFELIKE PICTURES! To bo obtained in Eastern Nevada. ALL KINDS OF PICTURES are finished in superior stylo and with the latest improve ments of the art. EN LA RG ED PI!OT(ill It A1’US, reprodu no from thesmallest Miniatures to Life Size, are taken at this Gallery equal to any taken East or West. All negatives aro carefully rotouched and presarved for future orders, jol LOUIS MONACO. Artist. GO TO THE, New Blacksmith Shop To act your work done. GOOD WORK AND LOW PRICES! T AM PREPARED WITH , A good stock of material to do work promptly. JLagnt nuggy, wagon-work ana painting will receive ospncinl attention. IforMe Shoeing executed with dispatch, and satisfaction guaranteed. Hemp shoe i »ar, #». GEO. L. UTT, mrBl-tf South Main street. Eureka. CONRAD SCHAFER, Corner of Duel anil Uatoman Sts., Dealer in New and Second-Hand FURNITURE! Mattrcg* Manufacturer. ALSO. Bedding and Furniture! AS I JiDY AND SKLU FDR CASH. AND do my own work, 1 can soli cheap. Please give me a call. Hopairing done. This establishment has no connection with W. I*, llaskell it Co. audfclm C. SCHAFER. IMONEER Barber Shop & Bath House, First door north of the Pioneer Restaurant. North Alai-' street. Eureka. rilHE UNDERS’GNF.O, HAVING KE X cently oponeu the a he re ostablistimont offers his professional services to all who desire a first-class physiognomical HAIR CUT, or an ocstaticSHAVE. *•* Hair Cutting, 50 cents. Shampooing! 50 cents. Connected with the estal> lishmentare several neat and elegant Rath Rooms, where the most desirable Ilot or Cold Baths can he had at all times. BATHS. 50 CENTS. A shore of public patronage is solicited. JAMES II. M. MOODY. Prop*r. NOTICE-BATHS! AS THE WEATHER IS GETTING COLD my bath room? in the future will be supplied with STOVES for the comfort of my patrons. Our Mineral Baths Are the best in tho State for Rheumatic?: our COUGH TON IC and PILES SALVE will cure all; every case curable. Remember the place, the Old Silver Brick building. North Main street, adjoining Thaeher’s. spMrn T. DUTIKK. PROFESSION A L. A. M. HILLHOtSK. \r. H. DA rKHPllRT HIL.L1IOU8E A DAVENPORT, Attokskvw at i,av» . office in the tkid Follows’ new building, ’ll stfltrs, Looms 1 and 2. Eureka. Nevada. ell I'ay. E. Laii.y. C. J. I.ansiyo. LANSING & BAILY, ATTORNEYS Al l.\H . OFFICE: 2.! floor, stone building, ^outhw- >t corner of Clark and Main streets, Eureka N’t <•’. _my21-tf C. G. FIUBBARD, ATTOKNIY at LAW ajtj» so. TAi:V PUBLIC. Office on Clark street, in Whitten’s American exchange building. myl.-tl a. c. bishop. n. c. CK AM. DRs. BISHOP & CRAM, IIIlYMICHSk A N 1> M HA.AONS. Office on Main tract, opposite Paxton a Co's Bonk, Eureka. fl'itf THUS. WREN, ATTOUMiV AT LAW, Main Street, Eureka, Nevouia. ij-tt’ _ G. W. BAKER. ATT O R N t: A A T 1. A AS A S l» NOTARY PUBLIC, <. dice in Jici : Roland's Jirick Building. Buttu v i p.-.reet. j Eureka Nevada. til THOMAS J. READ, Cuv11* n;K ani> i . s. dkp J utv Mineral Surveyor. Office in Hy land*! Brick Building, on the comer of Bue and Bateman street!, up stairs. myl-i J. K. SHAFER, ATT0RXE\AT law. OFFICE Ui stairs in Masonic building. d2tf GEO. W. MERRILL, Attorney at law. ihatrki Attorney tor Luroka county. and No tary Public. \ Office in the Court-house. n2 -tf M. ROCKMAN, M. D. 1)11 YS1CIAY, MRflEUN, AY. eoutheur, Oculist and .Aurist. Graduate of the Imperial Medical College of Warsaw. Poland, and ot tho Pacific Mc-ui cal College, of San Francisco. Office on Clark street, lormerly occupied by Justico K. M. Beatty. mr!2-tt V HAMILTON, D. D. 8. Dkntist. k oomi: Five doors g* south o ikeSMTLNBL oflice. ^ buel street, Ktueka. F3 ^ STAGE LINE BETUEJS auszxct ^;^x> eusesa. CiOMNECTING ON AM J) AFTER MON J DAT. JUL* 31, ISTi.at The Willows WITH STOM'EBARGEU’s STAGE LINE For Belmont. Stage* leave Eureka on Monday, Wednes day and Friday mornings, at ii o'clock. Stages leave Austin Tuesday, lburslaj and Saturday morning, ut 6 o'clock. #«TPa«songers by tnis lino will bo furnish ed excellent meal* at the Willows ‘•nation, where ample time will bo given lor dinnci each way. J. A. WILSON, Proprietor. Office at the Parkor House, Eureka. ifwtf J. L. Huvcklut. Age»l» T. J. BELL’S STAGE 1*1X211 -TO TTBO AMD BELMONT! STAGES LEAVE Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 2 O'clock I*. M. OIBco at Wells, Fargo St Co’* oSlc*. Good coaehcs and fine stock. ?o2jol7 EUREKA, HAMILTON and P10CHL STAGE LINE. Ullmcr dr Salisbury, Proprietor.. pONNECTIN’d WITH THE KUHEKA VV and Palisade Railroad. Leaves Eureka for Hamilton overy morning at 7 o’clock. Leaves Hamilton for Pioebe every alternate day, Sundays included. Loaves Hamilton for Eureka every day. Leaves Pioebe for Hamilton and Kureka 'very alternate day, at H a. si,, fcunduys in cluded. Carrying L\ 8. Mail and Wells, Fargo A Co’s La(.rear. f : s American horses and now Concord Otace at Walls, Fargo A Co’a. tnrli-tf HENRY KIND, Wholesale and retail dealer in LIQOURS, WINES AND CIGARS, on Main street, opposite Pioneer Restaurant. % TTAVINH JUST RETURNED FROM Louisville, Kentucky, and Sun Fran cisco, California, and niudo arrangements for regular Kbijunents of good* in rav lino of bus iness, I am prepared to outbid all opposition for quality and piicos. Hive mo a call and find out fho TRUTH ol the above assertions for yourselves. auStf 11. KIND. S. FRIEDMAN, DRALRR 121 FAMILY GROCERIES, CROCERY AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. CONSTANTLY ON HANS. A CHOICK J lot of Family Ureeories and Country Product,. Ladies, if you want your husbands to love you, go to Friedman’s for your groceries, as the following will show: Ou! say not I lovo you, bocauso tbo molnsses You (lurchasod at 1 rieUmnn’s was gddun and clear; Theiyru[i, the sugar, thejeMv in glasses, '■ The cracker: the maok’rel X know were not doar. Iiut when vou cams to me with Friedman’s smoked salmon, And showed mo his samtdos of Limborger cheese, X felt that his claim to be cheap was uutgani nmn, 1 loved you, and said so, dear .lane, on knees. j >r2Stf •SALOONS. COURT EXCHANGE Northeast Corner of Main and Bateman Sts. EUREKA /XB V. XTOXK LI T THE FINEST QUALITIES 11 of liquors and the choicest brands of ci^ais dispensed at the bar. Connected with the establishment is a C 1 n b I-fc <> o in And a vimibor oi w ^(-furnished eard-roomi for private parties. jal-itf HANK KNIGHT. Proprietor THE SAZERAC SALOON, M»Lt Strkkt. EfRKK*, SMITH A « AXAYAX. I-lltll-S. REFITTED and REFURNISHED! Making itoge of the most attractive place* in Eureka. The Billiard Parlor, Attached to the SAZE'i AC, is the finest bil liard n . in town, * obtaining the newest ami most inwrovod tables. n:\J9-tt_ FRANK’S SALOON! JOS. MENDES, Prop’r. yyr HOLE.SALE AND RETAIL DEALER Fine Wines, Liquors anil Cigars. Ail kinds ot Soda Drinks, flavored with the following EXTRACLS.eonsiantly on band: Sar&spariila. Shirrbot, Pear, Blackberry, Ambrosia, Orgoat, Lemon, Rose, Nectar, Orange, Milk Punch, Hock, Vanilla Ice Cream, Claret, Ginger Coffee Cream, Mint, Strawberry, Cho’lnto creanaCata vba. Pino Apple, Gre ianBcnd, Wild Cherry Raspberry and Don’t Care. EEKTO and c£lJ3 H90HS! Money to loan on col lateral or approved business paper. 27-mhM__ I3 1I.LI A N S> 1 TXIZJ C3E.$732i T¥ AS JUST RECEIVED NEIV BILLIARD 11 TABLED, with D.lany‘» 1'atont Wire Cushion,, and in to bo kept as A FI3ST-CI-A3S 3AI.OCK. BEO. THACIIBR.t Pro,)rio.ur9 CLAY SIMMS. ) 1 ropriotorn. m>19_ PALACE SALOON, Last .Main street. South of Wells, Fargo A Co. L. (L4i:U AND A. BOTIO. l'rop’rs, HAVE rI ITED UP, IN TIIK «f]cst Style. th > above Saloon, whore t'uy will keep only tne choicest brands of Liquors and Ci gars. Call and bo convinced. nov24-sltf ARCADE SALOON. r|MlE ABOVE SALOON II AS BEEN RE ± titted in good *tyle, and will h^i*oaftor be conducted by tko updur&i^ncd. The best articles ef WIN US, LIU I OKS AND (K.AKa Will bo eonstnntly kept on hand, and the public are invited to call and satisfy them selves of the same. JUtlN ALLEN, Proprietor. Eureka. Aug, 2d, 1875, au2fi-lm r. KASTEU’S CHICAGO BEEll DEPOT! Opposite Wells, Fargo k Co's. T WILL KKKP A CONSTANT SUPPLY OF 1. the celebrated Hoca Lager lieer! Pronounced tho host in tho United Statos. Fino Wines, Liqucy* an I Cigars. Also tho well-known LlllC'AUO BKE'N fillY BECK. I invito my friends and tho public in gen eral to drop in and tako a smile. my’iCtf F. HASTEN. LEVIN & BRANDTS’ Bavaria and Boca Beer Depot. Three doors above Moyer’s A Franklin's, MAIN STREET. EUREKA. \\TE WILL KEEP ON HAND / l T a constant supply of the celo-’ bra tod Bavaria and Boca Boer; also' \ ineyaru, i rop a iu h ray.erac ae rorgo, ana other well known brands of brandies, bour bon ftnd Kyo whiskies, some 24 years’ old, and tiio finest liquors of all kiuds at 12 a cents a drink. We have un elegant elevator of the latest pattern for hoisting thu beer, filled in gla.-.-es, cold from the cellar, at the tick of tiie bell. t'reo luneh from 11 to 1 o’clock daily; will also keep sur.dwiclies of u 11 kinds, Dutch Herrings, Caviar, liain, etc. CiguM a spe cialty. AIOKUlc* Lh\lN, j8-tf U *i 18 BH AJN DT. Wholesale Liquor House! In W blttou'a Stone IIiiIIiIIuk, .Main Street. Kureba. Having ji'ST kktured from the East, after purchasing a larga and SELECT STOCK OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, I am competent of rot only competing with tho Eureka merchants, but alike with Sun Francisco travelers. 1 will also be able to furnish waloocn-keepers with Cron k Beer, On anti arter June 1st. I say nothin? but what I am willing to guarantee. COmfi AND SEE FOB YOUR SELF. I1ENKY KIND. Proprietor. jelO-myC John SIIROUFK. HU CM MC’CBUJf. SHROUFE & McCRUM, Succeiiori tu J. M. tioewey Ji Co., Importers of Liquors, FINE KENTUCKY WHISKIES, Etc. 400 autl 411 Front Sit., San Francisco, : : : California mr.Hf LEGAL. Application for Patent -TO THE WIDE WEST XttIWE. no. m U. S. Land Ofkipk, Eureka. Nhy., September 9,1870. VTOT1CE IS HEKEfiY tllVEN THAT il the Adan s Hill Consolidat-d Mi. ing Company, wh so PostoB co address is San Krunci-co, California, by it** duly nuthori/.* d agent. J. C. Powell, has this day filed its ap 'i nlion for a pat *rit for KK) linear fe i of tho Wide West mine <*r rein bearing silver, with surface ground 2<>0 :eot in width, situate, lying and being in Eureka dining district, county of Eureka ami Slat" of Nevada, ar.d Known and designated by the field rotes ami official plat en tiIn in this office as lot No. 105 unsurroyed lands. Tho exterior boundaries of said lot No. 105 b »ing as follows, to-wit: Variation IBS dg oa«t; commercing at n post marked No 1, 1'. S. Survey N •». 105, whence th** llugstaff in the town of Eureka bears N Ni •,> dg 49 E 9,3.4 feet; th • highest point on Kuby llili No. I bearsS3dg 9 m E 4,1 l ft: the Lawton shaft of the Eorekn C ui •'oiidated Mii.iug Company b»ar« S 15 dg 20 m E 4,7ol t, and the Wide Wes* shaft bva s N l ’.dg W 60S ft: thence running, fn-t courts S s> 2 dg W 209 fi t » post mar .<• 1 No 2. I . S. Survey No. 105: tbunco, s cond course. X 3 .. dg A *90 ft, to j • st marked No. 3, l . S. Sur\ e ••• No. 105; thenc*, third cour?-*, N Hfilkd^ E "0 ft to post marked No. 4, l . S. Survey No. 105: and th too. fourth course, S 3'/., dg K 800 tt to post No. 1. to place ol beginning, contain ing 3 67-100 acres. j his claim is bounded on tho south by tho Alabama claim. The location of this mine is dulv recorded in tho Kec order’s office of Eureka Mining district, in book I) of page 132. Any and a>l person-claiming advers lynny portion of said Wide \\ ost mine or said min ing ground as hereinbefore described, aro re quired to tile t^cir adverse eiuim with the Kegistrr of the Hnitcd States Land Office, at Eureka, in tho State of Nevada, during the “ixty days period of publication hereof, or they will bo barred by virtue of the provis ions of the Statute, sj 10-601 I>. B. I MM HE. Notice to Stockholders! r I MI E l:NDKi;SI(4NF;D STOCKHOLDERS 1 in tho Eureka nnd I'albade Railroad Cern 1'iinv, holding nnd owning i«oro than on' quarter of th'j capital sleek of that company, in pursuance c* th > po rer Tested in them by •ecti n six of the Aet o the Legislature ef the State of Nevada, entitled r* An \«t to pro vino lor the incorporation ef ruilioud com panies, und the management of the affair? thereof, and other matt-rs relating thereto approved March 22, 18 5 , do hereby cal) and give notice that there will be a meet ing ef the stocKholders of the Eureka arid Palisade Railroad Company at tha. ( om pan>'s office in the town of l'ali-H<i». ceun y of Eureka, State of Nevada, on the l.»th day of September, 1876, at the hour of 4 e. m. *f that day. The objects for wh-ch the said meeting of Stiekholders is < al.ad, aro : t< dopt a new code of “by-laws” for said Coin pRny; to elect a new Board of Directors t hereof; to increase the capital stuck of said Company: and to authorize the Corni any to issuo bond?, secured by mortgage on tho Company’s property and franchises, tor the purpose of paying the outstanding debt? o' tho Company, incurred for tho construction und equipment of its ra.lnmd. ED CAR M ILLS, HENRY MJLLER. FRANK M 1LLEH, au2b-td P. EVERTS. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. / « El-DES AND UK 111 HAND MILL AM) VI Mining Company—Location of principal place of business, San Francisco, California Location of works, Secret Canyon, Eurekn county, Nevada. Notico is hero by given that at a meeting of the Bon'd of Truste*s,h»dd on tb«24th of July. lS7-i, un assessment—No. 1 —of fifty Cenff* per share, was le\ i-d upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immediately in Inited States g<dd coin, to the Secretary,mt the office of the company, Room No. lft, >tovenson’s building, No. 3 1, Montgomery >treet, San Eraneisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on tlie 'thirtieth day of Au gust, Wd, will be delinquent, and advertised i tor sale at public auction, nnd unless payment is made be or«*, will no sold on sA’II RDAY, rlio twenty-ibird day of September lb7o,to pay the delinquent assessment, together with tin cost of advertising and expenses ot-uie. JNO. A. ^ ANCi., Srrrotary. Office—Room 1 * Stevenson’s Building San Francisce, California. jy2Dtd POJiTPOHi EM E VF. lly order of tho hoard of Trustees, (ha dn> when tho above assessment shall become de linquent is hcrebv poHponed until Fr ida*, September 22, lK7d. a .1 th° day ol sale i hereby postponed until Monday, Octob. r 2 ■. 1S7 >. JNU. A. VANCK, Secretary. (iedd s A hertrar.d Mill and Minning Com pany office, room Id, Stevenson's building, San Francisco. auMU-id John a. Paxton, all** a. ( bet 18, H. mui.lkb PAXTON & CO., s a isr is. e n s . EUREKA, NEVADA, TARAW AT SIGHT, IN SIMS TO SUl'J 1J ON Anglo-Californian Lank.San Francisct Anglo-Californian Bank.London J. A W. Seligman A Co.Now York D. O. Mills A Co.Sacrament! Deck or A Jewett.MarysvilL Whito A McCoraick.Salt Lake City Discount Commercial paper, Make Collec tions. Koccivo Deposits in Coin or Current*: on open account, Certificate, or Special De posit, and transact A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS MINING STOCK 130UG1IT AND SOLD (ON COMMISSION. nihil _ II. B. IMHIL (it CO. HANKERS. In (lie OI<l Express ItuiMIng, Main Stroot, Kuroka. J JRAWS AT SIGHT ON SAN FRANCISCO, NEW YOKE LONDON, And nil principal cities in the LnitoJ Stator and Kuroi>e. Discount commercial paper, lteceire deposits in Coin or Currency on open account; OertifieatosorSpoclal Deposits, and will transact a General lllillkinic llnsuicss. l.ong oxp' rienco in the Collerllnt Department Cf Wells, Fargo A Co., justifies us in an nouncing that >v» will make t'ollectlonw from Abroad a Speel.tlly apfitf $50 REWARD! CTRAYED OR STOLEN ABOUT O two month* atro, from Billy Nioh oils' nay runcn, on in usun ronu a dark brown horso, six years old and weighing about SOO pounds; branded with un A, in b half-circle, on the left thigh; three white foot ! and u little white cn the noso. lias u snial 1 .mi> on the left for© knee. The abovo rowaro /ill be paid tor tho delivery cf the animal t< the undersigned in Eureka. jjWtf A. C. 1USH01. ! PATENT APPLICATIONS. Application tor Patent TO THE MONTROSE MINE. NO. 3.-J4. l\ S. Land Omcit, ) Eureka. Nevada, September 1, 1870. J Notice is hereby given that John E lMut**r.whose postoffice address is Eureka,Nov..has this day filed his application for a patent tor 1.3O0 linear feet of the .Mont rose mine or vein bearing siD or with snrfaco ground *_tX> feet in width, situate, lying and being in Run ku Mining District, county of Eureka, and State or Nevada, and known and designated by the fu Id notes and official plat on file in thi* office as lot number 104. 'i h * exterior boundaries of said lot No. 101 being as follows to wit: Variation 1A‘4 deg, cast Commencing at a post marked No. 1, U. S. survey No 102. This po-t stands on the northeanrrn boundary oi survey No. 81, At las lud ■; when* '* post No. I of said survey \o M boars S. 22 deg. E. 407 3-10 feet; the highest point o Ruby Hill; No. 1 bears N. 22 dog. 3 min. W. 9,318 feet: th•• flag stuff in th • town of Eureka boars N. 2j d* g. 12 min. E. 14, 0-i feet, and the renter of the top sill of tho Dundcrberg inclino boars S. 28 d<g. 30 min. E. 31) fo< t; t.h nee running 1st course N. 13*4 deg. W. l.utHJ loot, to post mark'd No. 2, l . o. survey 102; thence 2nd course N.08dog. E. iSk) Rot, to post marked No. 3, 1. t4. «ur v<*y No. Lp2; th net 3d course S. 13*4 E. 1,380 feet, t» p *«t marked N. A. U. >. survey No. 102; and tL'*: « • 4th course S. 08 deg. VV. 200 j feut, l » post No. l, tho place of beginning, cnntjii.R g '»83-100 acres, j This claim is bounded en tho west by tho | At Ins mine. Tho location of this min® i« duly recorded in the Recorder’s oflioe of Eureka Mining District, iu Buck E, of page 103. AiiT and nil persons clanuing adversely any portion of said Montrose mine er .-aid min ing ground as hereinbefore deserib d,are uir od t® file th'-ir adverse elaim with the Regis ter of t!i« l nited .'•'fates Rand Offiec at Eure ka, in tho State ef Novada,during the sixty days period ef publication hereof, or they will he barred by virtue ef tho provisoes of the statute. si-Add D. B. IMMEL. Register. Application for Patent FOR A PA ILL SITE. 9 e. S»>. IT. S. Land Orrim, Eureka, Nevada, Hopt. 2, 1473. XTOTieE IS HEREBY CIYEN THAT John E. 1’latci, whose pu*tofli -e address is huraUa. Nevada, ha15 ihis day filed his »p pticiili"H for a patent for > acres ot land a« a mill silo, »itmte, lying and being in Eureka. Mining Distriet, County of Euroka and and Siate ot Nevada, and kne«vN and desig nated by the ft >|«J notes and «rflicial plat on file in this nftieo as lo number Iftl. 'I he ex terior boundaries of said lot number l»>4 be ing as follows, to-wit: Variation lti‘% dog. East. Commencing at a poet marked No. 1, U. S surrey No. 1<)4; tv hones tho flag strff m tho town of EiiroKa bears N. 41 deg. f>l rain. W. d.rioKfeet; a d port No. 1 of survey No. 80. Richmond Mining Company of Nevada mi.I site b< 8r» N. <54 cl< g. t u»in. W. f»,041 tort: thonoo running 1st course N. 72'e deg. E. l'O feet, to | o*l uinrk od Nft. 2, 1 . S. survey No. 101; thence 2d tourse m. 18N dog. K. .'>00 4-10 f*et, to po t ninrKrd No I .S. survey No. 104; tkeuco * 1 •© ir*o S 1» d. W. 1 A 7-10 fe.*t, to | o«t mar rd N4, C. >. s«r. N o. 101; thonei Kbcmn* S. i' <1 g. it in. II. 512 8-10 f.-ot io pe*t ii .rkid No. r» I.S survey \ o. 1 >4: thence or a io us • '. 44 , deg. E i'2 T'-iO fc*t, t 'poitn. rmd No. »>, t. S. survev No 10 : thtvcc tith course S. 10 > d“S W. 700 feet, to post marked No, 7. I . >. surrey No. 1 4 th ?.ce7th course N 7d» deg. VV. 2 >0 feet. t'» i O’t in *r*v d N e, k. I S. survey No. 104: thei.ee .vih emir so N. I* deg. >0 mir.. E 7SS 4-10 f *•!, to pi 't niirkrd No.!', I .■*>. surrey N i. 104: theinn-0th course N. Ik do?. fflimin W. 44 • 2-10 loot, to p. st marked No. 10, 1’. S. survoj No. 104; th nco 10th ««»ursc N. -7 deg. vn . 171 feet. U ; marked Ns. 11. l . 8. sur vey N o. 104; and th no** I Ith ceurvo N . •’> i deg. E. 2 7 fu' i, f > pt>* t N o. 1, tho place of begin ning, coutaii.ii g » aer «. Ai.y aim a I p« r1-- n- claiiui- g adversely any portion of said mil silo claim, ns hereinbe fore described. sro required to til»* th* ir ad veiso claim with tTro Register of the Rmtod >tMt- I and Office at Run .a, in the State o Nevada, during the sixty 'I t • - period pub lication hereof, or the> will b«* barred by vn tno of the provi>i<’ti« the statute. s>*f—uOd I*. II. 1A1.MER, Register. Application for Patent —TO— THS ALAjDALIA razzizs NO. 339. I'. S. Lzjtn OrrirK, Ettrkka, Nkv., September 9, R75. Y"i 14 K 18 BE El \ 41IVKN 11! 41 the Adams Hill Consolnlat <1 Minin, Company, whose Rostoffice address is Sun Eracci*ci>, California, by its duly authorized agent, ,J O. Rowel., has this day filed it« ap plication for a patent for l,n00 linear t«*et of tin-Alabama ininu or vein bearing silver, with surface ground 200 feet in width, situate, lying and being in Eureka Mining district, county of Eureka, and Statu of -Nevada, and Known and d “igout* d by th • field notes and official plat on flu* in this etiieo as lot number lOb tin.-urveycd land*. 'I h • exterior bound.irios of said Jot No. 10*> being ms fellows, to-wit: Variation 15‘vdg uust: commencing at a post marked No. 1. \ . S. Survey No. 10 i, the *amu b< inn post No. 1 of 1. S. Survey No. 1U ». Wide West lode, whenco the ll <g*taff in the town of Eureka bear* N M» dg 4* in E 9,331 feet; ih« highest point of Kuby Hill Nr. 1 bears N 3 dg 9 m E 4,1.*1 fr: the Lawton shaft ol the Eureka Consolidated Minin* Company boars S I'ulg 20 m E 4,74)1 ft, and the Alabama sba t b nr* S 27 d* 2h m W 19'* ft; thence running, first course, S 3‘* dg IS 1, »00 f* to post marked No. '2 t . ,-v Survey No. 10*>; ih r.co, se.-ond course, S SO'? dg W 200 ft to post roa ked No. •<, I . S. Su vey No. 191; thence, thirdceurs -, N 3‘» dg W I."*<K) ft to post marked No. 4, l . S. Survey No. 10.», tliu same being p* s: No. 2 of said survey No. 10"» Wid* West lode; and thence, fourth course, N Ni * dg E 200 It along said survey No. 10»to post No. 1, to place of beginning, containing b 5P-K0 arr. s. This claim i« bounded on tho north by the Wido W o*r claim. The location of this mine is duly recorded in the If murder’* office of Eureka .Mining district, in book E of page 240. Any and all ner.-ons claiming adversely any portion of said Alabama mine <>r -aid mining ground ns hereinbefore described, are re quired to file their advo*o claim with the Register ol the Inited States Land* ffico at Eureka, in the State ot Nevada, during the sixty dav* period of publication hereof, or they will bo barred by virtue of tho provis ions of the Statuto. spl0*00d 1>. B. IMMEL,Register. ~MININC' TAX. Notice is hereby oiven that the taxes on the proceeds of tho mines of Eureka county for the quarter ending June'0, 1*75, are now due and payable at my office, and that tho law with regard to rhe collection of the same will bo strictly on forced. J. C. POWELL, Assessor of Eureka county. Eureka, Nev., Aug. 14,1875. nulo FOUND. A POCKET-BOOK CONTAINING TWO coni receipt* from the Richmond Com punv; one. No. 4.'10. in furor of Rosseti Jr Va rinni. and indorsed by the same, dated July 2d, 1H7B; the other. No. 431, in furor of A. Rnrsanti, not indorsed, alio dated July 2d. l*7<>. Also, a receipt for $40 on account lor a piano sold to Mrs. Wothered by W. H. liar rub. The owner can have them by calling: upon Joseph Togoini Jr Co., and pay for this advertisement thore. sl-tf Sewing Machines. UT P. IIASKELL Si CO. ARE NOW ?▼ • Agents for the Singer and Domestic Sewing Machines. They havo machines for rent: also, u few second hand machines which w ill be Fold very cheap. W ill also sell ma chines on the installment plan, if desired. •2-tf PATENT APPLICATIONS ^ .. ...A■... TTTTT-;—— Application for Patent. Bald Eagle jYIine. NOTICE NO. 331. t'. 8. Lajiu Ovncn. Eureka, Nevada, Julv 18,1X70 XTOTICE IS 11K1 ELY GIVEN THAT In A. liencclict, A. E. Titus,K. I'. McDan iel nnd Samuel Cooper, whose postofticn ai|I dress is Eureka, Euroka county, Ncv., have this day filed their application for a patent for oleven hundred and soventy-oight linear foot ol tho Isold Eagle mine or vein homing silver, with so.rlaoo ground one hundred and twenty-live feet in width, sitnoto, lyir t a[,d being in Eureka Mining District, county of Eureka and State of Nevada, and known and designated by tho field notes and official pint on file in this oflico as Lot No. Sib, on unsur veyed lands. The exterior boundaries of said Lot Ko M being as iollnws, to-wit: Commencing at a post marked N. K. corner of liald Eaglo, whence tho summit of Kobe Hill, No. 1, bears N. lOdcgX min. IV. 7 foot, and ilia flagstaff in tho town of Eureka beers N. 23 dg. * min. E. 11,(18.1.7 ft and ihe centor of Laid Eagle shaft No. I bears S | dr E.. 8.77 feet, and runnirg thence, IstS. If, He E., I 178 fuel to post marked ,X. f; corr.r Bald Eaglo; thence 2d S. 88k W., 125 feet to post marked s IV. corner liald Eagle; thence ..d.VlN deg. L 1.1,8 feet to ,,oit marked V XT. corner I.aid I ngle; theneo 4th X 88‘* dee- K., 125 feet lo place *( baginning, con trifling 8.87 acres. I his claim is boundod on the north by the Gray Eagle; on tho tomb, by the Red linden the east, by tho Eagle’s Nost; on the wait,'by the Aaioricsa Eagle and the lilackttone. 1 ho I jestion ef this mine is duly recorded in the Recorder's eff’«-i ef Kuroka Mining Die tnct, page 2.0 in book E. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion ef ssfd Raid Eagla mine er said mminggreund as bercinbeu,to described, are required ta file their adverse claim with the Kognter ef the Lnited States Land ffliioc. at Eureka, in the State of Nerada, during tho sixty days period of publication hereof, or thoy will bo barred by virtue ef tho provisions of the Statute. jyftdkM D. b. 1MMEL. Register. Application for Patent To the Southern Cros>, No. 2 Mine And Mill Site. HO. 313. T. S. Land Owen, Eureka. Nevada. Aug. 21, 1976. Notice is ueueby given that W. IV. Met o», whoso postoflioe address i is Kureka, Nor., has i his day filed liis applica tion for a patent for 1,500 linear feet of tho Southern Cross. No. 2 mine or Twin beating siivar, with surfaee ground 200 :©ot in wiuih, situate, lying and being in Kureka Mining | l*i- irist. eeuniy of Eureka nnd State of Sot.. and froth an i designated by tho field not* s nrd official plat tn file in tl is ofiieo as Let N o. IwR). Tho exterior bourn! aries of said Let N «. 100 being as follows, to-wit: Variatian lfi*f drg. u*«t; commencing at a post marked No. 1 1. ►. swrror No. 100, lot A, whanae tho summit of Bubr Hill No. 1 benr« N. 55 dg m V, 7,OX) ft; ho flagstaff in tl o town of E jreka bears N. 15 dg 12 min K 9,4*1 feot, post marked No 1, ofSurray No. : Stella lode, "snrs N.31 deg. 4 min h. ■*,*217 ft.: and the Southern Crus* No. 2 abaft b am S. 2C , deg. VV.. 701 ft.: thence running firu course S. ft4 dog. R. 200 ft to pos^ mai ke Ns. 2. r. 5. Surrey N o. I GO, Irt A : thanes set - • n«l eour«e S. 2914 deg. H. 1.500 ft., re ps*t marked Ne. 3, 1 . £. mip*i Ns. PC ot A • thence third eowrs* N. C4 dig VV.^no t, p» po«t marked No. 4. I . S. Server So. ]0(», i t A . at id tbenco fourth •.«. r*c N. 2-*14 dg r» J ,4) t ft. to pen No. I. to p.ace of beginning, c«.n taining ft 37- KH) acr*.a. Also th' following described pjeue of land m a mill tits: LOT B. Beginning n a post marked No 1, K. S. Survey No. lf*0, lot H, whunc" p©«* No 1, let A, boars S. 25 deg. 2l ruin. VV. ,. *j.r» (t.; just No. 3 of survey N i’fc, Lie huiond Mining • on.i any of N tiraU'i mill n t bjars N. 1 d«g. ft min. K. 2ft7l. ft.: thonce runnii g fast course S. 02% cleg. K. 25ft ft., to pi «i nntkdl No 2. I . >. .Survey. ' o. id®, lot B; ths* no second courso S. 17 •« deg. 1. 2 I it., to post marked N«*. 3, l . S. s irvov No. ]•v, ki B; thei.ee third co rau 5 deg. 50 . in. I . 7^u- it) toot, t<< pos m.rkcd No. 4, 1 . S. Su>r* No. !<X>, i**t B. thence fourth cm tic N. 45 d«g. W.tk.4 5-10 ft., to pn^t marked N c. 5. I . o, S irvoy N«*. 100, I t li; thei . o fifth enur e *. »Jl7deg. VV. U1 .5-10 ft. apo*t marked No * 1’. S. :*urvo> No. ICO. lot It: th*nc* »ixt|j course N. 45‘* dog. \V. 232 .>10 ft.. © p .»t linn yd No. 7, I . S. Mirv *y No. 100 lot B; nnd thenc*’ seventh corn © N . 70 d***. 16 11■ i •. K 3*1 5-10 ft., to po't No. 1, tho tLco of be ginning. containing ■» tn-res. This claim »■* bounded on the cart by tho Mark Twain and Bed Bibb n. The location of this mine is duly recorded in tho Bccorder’s office of Kureka Mining Lds trict in Book E, of page 102. Any and all person* claiming adversely any portion of said Smthron Cross No. 2 mine or s.-id mining ground a* hereinbe fore described, are required to file their udverse claim will. the Bcgi* ter of the l r.itwd State* Land <*ftire at Kureka, in the State of Nevada, during tiro sixty dav* period of publication hereof, or tho> will lie hatred by virtue of the provis ion* of thoStatuto. I*, li. 1M.MIL, I»V3MN Kogfttor. Application for Patent TO THE SOUHERN PACIFIC MINE. NOTICE NO. 333. U. S. Land Ofkk’F, Eureka. Nevada. August 29. 187<5. Notice is hereby given that S. P. Dewy, by bis duly authorized agent, .1. (’. Powell, whoso postoflice address is Eureka, Nevada, has this day filed hi* appli cation for a patent for 1,500 linear feet of tho Southern I’acilic Mine or vein bearing silver, with surface ground 200feet in width, situate, lying and being in Eureka Mining District, county of Eureka and State ot Nevada, and known and designated by the field notes and official pint on tile in this office as Lot No. 105. The exterior boundaries of said Lot No. 103 being as follows, to-wit: \ uriotion HP, deg. east, commencing nt a postmarked No. 1,U. S. Survey No. 103; this post stands t n the oust* rn boundary of sur vey No. 02, Hamburg Lode, whence the high est point of Ruby Hill, No. 1, boars N. 18d«»g. 5»i min. W 13,570 feet. Tho flagstaff in the town of Eureka bears N. H d« g 57 min. E., j IS, 1 ■ *7 feet. Friday shaft. No. 2, on the litm | burg Lode boars N. M dog. 38 min. vV. 108 | f* ot. '1 be Southern Pacific shaft hours S. 32 4* j deg. E. 152 feet, and a nut pine tree 18 inches in diameter urn iked Southern Pacific li. T.t hem s N. n5‘4 dog. E. 121 feet j thence run ning 1st course S. 88 d« g. E. 2-8) feet, to post marked No, 2. IT. 8. Suryov No. 103 ; th nee, 2d course S. 2 deg. 4\. 1 ,.*00 foot, to post mark ed No. .3, II. S. Suervey No. 103 ; thence, 3d course N. 88 jag. W. 2 *0 feot, to post marked No. 4, l .8. Survey No. 103, the same being post No. 2 of said survey No. 82, and thence. 4th course N. 2 cleg. E. 1,500 foot along said survey No. 02 to post No. 1, to place of be ginning, containing 8 01-100 acres. This claim is bounded on the west by the Hamburg Mine. The location of this Mine is duly recorded in tho Recorder’s Offi o of Eureka Mining District, in Rook F, of page 103. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Southern Pacific Mine or said mining ground as hereinbefore described, are required to tile their adverse claim with tho Register of the United States Land office at Eureka, in tho State of Nevada, during the sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will bo burred by virtuo of the provis ions of the Statute. ,, . „ uu ;iMk>d D. R. 1MMEL, l.cgiHt 'i. Eureka Mining and Smelting Co. rpHK ANNUAL MEETING OFTI1ESTOCK I bulders of tho above named Com puny tor . tho purpose of electing Trustee" to servotor tho ensuing year, will be held at they Office. r«W California Street. Mm h raneisro. t attior nia, on Friday, the iK'th day of .-September 187fl.atlo'cleokP.«.aRYCEi gwrelary