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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
How Bonk Clerks are Watched.
Every bank and every hotel in the
eity has its own private detective, who
wa'tchos all who come and all who go,
from the partners and officers to the
bell-boys and messengers. It is told
of a president of a well-known bank
ing institution that nowand again he
sends for some one of his clerks and
holds some such conversation as this:
“ Last Tuesday,” he will say, "you
spent the evening at Jones's billiard
saloon, did you not ?”
“ Yes, sir,” will stammer the aston
ished clerk.
“You took during the evening six
rounds of drinks with your three com
panions, of which you paid for four,
did you not ?”
“ Yes, sir, replied the astonished
youth.
“Then you went to Mills’and lost
$15 at faro, is it not so? Don't deny it
—I know. I know all about you.”
The president will then go on and
tell bis man where he lives, liow lie
lives, whom he associates with and
where he gets his clothes; ali this is to
let him see that he is watched, and 10
warn him against wrong-doiDg of any
kind.
Without discussing the wisdom of
subjecting a man lo such a system of
surveillance as this, without defending
the man who lias so little self-respeit
as to submit to it. it must be said ih»t
it is very effective in keeping young
men In' the right path. — Illustiated
Weekly.
It seems that no rich man can die
now-a days without having liis will
contested. The late Cardinal Anbaielli
is not an exception. A girl, claiming
to be bis daughter, demands a portion
of his wealth.
The Gold Hill News says : In the
Nevada Senate fourteen different Stales
are represented as the places of nativity
of the members, and seventeen mem
bers came to tiiis Stale from California.
To the Unfortunate.
NEW REMEDIES! NEW REMEDIES!
DR. CIBBON'S DISPEN
SARY, NO. bi'i KEARNY ST.,
corner of Commercial, San Fran
cisco. Private entrance on Com
mercial si root. Kstablisherl ia
18.H, tor the treatment of Sexual and Seminal
Diseases such as Gonorrba-a, (licet. Stricture.
Syphilis in all its forms. Seminal Weakness,
lmpoteney, etc. etc. Skin diseases of years’
standing, and Ulcerated Legs, etc., successful
ly treated.
1>U. GUIDON has the pleasure of announ
cing that he has returned from visiting the
principal hospitals of Europo, and has re
sumed practice.
Tho Doctor has spared neither time noi
mtney in seeking out now remedies, and hat
returned with increased facilities for the alle
viation of human suffering.
tienilual Heaknem,
Seminal emission is tho consequence of self
abuse. This solitary vice, or depraved sexuai
indulgence, is practiced by the youth of both
sexes to an almost unlimited extent, produc
ing with unerring certainty tho following
train of morbid symptoms, unless combated
by scientific medical measures, vix.: Sallow
countenance, dark spots under the eyes, pain
in the head, ringing in the ears, noise like the
rustling of loaves or rattling of chariots, un
easiness about the loins, weakness of the
limbs, confused vision, blunted intellect, loss
of confidence, diffidence in approaching stran
aert, a dislike to form new acquaintances, a
isposition to snun society, loss of memory
pimples and various eruptions about tho face
Iteetie flushes, furred tongue, lcetid breath
coughs, consumption, night sweats, monoma
nia, and frequontly insanity. If relief be not
obtained, you should apply immediately, ei
ther in person or by letter, and have a cure
effected by his new and scientific mode ol
treating this disease, which never fails ol
eflecting a quick and radical cure.
Cured at Home.
Persons at a distance may bo CUBED AT
HOME, by addressing a letter to Dll. G1B
DON, stating case, symptoms,length of time
the disease has continued, and have medicine
promptly forwarded, free from damage and
curiosity, to any part of the country, with
lull and plain dtrec'ions for use,
Dy inclosing Ten Dollars coin in a regis
tered letter through the Postoffico, or
through Wells, Fargo A Co’s, a package ot
modiemo will be forwarded to any part of the
Union,
Persons writing to tho Doctor will pleas*
state tho name of the paper they see this a if
vertisement in.
All communications strictly confidential.
Address DH. J. F. GIBBON.
Box 1957, San Francisco. California.
.jybVv____
GO TO THE
New Blacksmith Shop ‘
To get your work done.
GOOD WORE AND LOW PRICES!
I AM PREPARED WITH
good stock of material to
do work promptly.
tignt ruggy, wagon-work ana paintng will
receive especial attention.
Horae Nhoelasg executed with dispatch,
and satisfaction guarantoed. Horae aboe
log. 93
GEO. L. OTT,
mr31-tf South Main street. Eureka.
SHROUFE & McCRUM,
Successors to J. M. Goewey A Co.,
Importers of Liquors,
rzss
KENTUCKY WHISKIES, Etc.
409 nssd 411 i'sroist NS..
San Francisco, : : : California
mrotf
8au’l uoax. r. b. aurxoLDg.
J. EVANS. Agent.
MORE, REYNOLDS & CO.,
Importer* and Jobbers of
WIKB* AND liquors,
212 California St, San Francisco.
AWSole Agents for Paeifio Coast for O. 0.
Blake’s Boarbon County Whiskies. 9
LAMBERT MOLIRELLI,
Notary pvbmv and hkarch
EK of KECORBS.
Copyist, General Collector and Real Esta’e
Agent
Legal instruments ef all descriptions care
(ally executed.
OFFICE—in the Law Office of Goo. W.
Baker. jy‘J-tf
Dissolution Notice.
Notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, composing thofirmof
Shoemaker A Barnes, wholesale butchers,
have this day dissolved by mutual consent, J.
H. Shoemaker retiring from the firm. Fred
Baraes will collect all bills now due said
firm, and will liquidate all claims against tho
same. i
J. 11. SHOEMAKER.
. FRED BARNES. <
Eureka. January 22,1877. iu-O-tf I
HOTELS, ETC.
Hurrah for the Railroad!
BILLY GILLEN TO THE FRONT.
Board, $7 a Week; Single Meals,
37 1-2 Cents.
Sliver Brick Hotel,
South Main street. Eureka.
On and after November, !, IMTS, the aouve
pricer will be charged at the Silver Brick,
oiltf WM. GILLEN, Proprietor.
J. L. HlttCKLKT. a. a. LOCK WOOD
PARKER HOUSE,
EUREKA, NEW
Hinckley & Lockwond, Proprietors.
rpilE ROOMS are SPACIOUS AND
1 supplied with Spring Rods throughout.
THE BAlt
I« furnished with the finest Liquors and
Cigars tha" can be purchased.
A Mist-class Kcstaaraat on tllj‘
First Floor.
Tho Palisado, Hamilton, Austin. Tybo and
Belmont Stages, all stop at this House.
_jH-nlfi
UNITED STATESMKERY
and Restaurant.
JOHN HUERNER, PROF’R.
OERYED UP AT ALL TIMES. IN THE
O most approved stylo.
Fish, Game,
And tho best BEEF, PORK and MUTtoN
to be procured in the market.
Meals at all hours.
BREAD, PIES, CAKES, etc.
l’a«t' y for ball suppers gotten up on short
notice.
AY ED DING CAKES a spocinliy.
AH articles delivered free of charge.
Orders solicited. auZItf
TURNER HOUSE.
MAIN STREET.EUREKA, NEV.
rpHIS HOUSE HAS BEEN REFITTED
X throughout, containing n largo nuinbor of
COMMODIOUS and ELEGANTLY
FURNISHED ROOMS,
Suitable for families or single gentlemon.
Bar and Uilllwril room, with a fine as
sortment of LIQUORS and CIGARS.
auUtf li. J. TURNER, Proprietor.
OTTAWA HOTEL.
Opposite Richmond furnace.
Main street, Eureka. J. S. Allan
would respectfully announce to his
many friends that he has comp’eted the
erection of the above house and intends con
ducting it as a firs'-cluss boarding-house and
hotel. Tho table will at all seasons bo fur
nished with the choicest goods to be found in
the Eastern and California markets, regard
less of expenso, while at tho bar wi-1 be
found tho most superior brands of wines,
liquors and cigars, shipped direct from the
leading manufacturers and distillers. The
proprietor will use every effort to promote
the comfort of his guests, and make the
OTTAWA HOTEL one of the leading houses
in Eastern Nevada.
Meals will be served at all hours. Board
por week, $7. Drinks and cigars, \l% cents.
J. fiJ. ALLAN,
d3tf Proprietor.
LAFAYETTE RESTAURANT.
Eureka Hotel Building. Main Street, Euroka.
HENRY SCHAEFER. Proprietor.
Open Day ami Klghl.
1 PRIVATE ROOMS ATTACH
ed to tbo Restaurant, Oys
ters, Fish. Game, Chickens, Tur
kew, bucks,and ail tho delicti- 4
cies oi an abundant market constantly on
band. d'»tf
THE CORNER CHOP-STAND.
QPES DAY AND NIGHT.
WM. H. WALKER.
JIM MIDDAUGH,
January 1, 1877. Proprietor!.
ja2-tf
SAZERAC CHOP-STAND.
^JEAI.S AT ALL HOCKS.
Tbe Finest Selection
OF MEATS to be FOUND IN THE TOWN.
Every delicacy that ran bo procured either
at home or in San Francisco, can bo found at
thii establishment, and served in
FIRST CLASS STYLE.
Eastern and t'alil'ornla Oysters kept
constantly on hand.
PERM INCO 4 BALICII,
ja3-tf Proprietors.
PINTO HOTEL,
PINTO,.NEVADA
Miss Sarah Marray. Proprietress.
rpHETABLE WILL AT ALL
X. times bo supplied with the
bust the market afl'oids.
PRICES REASONABLE.
Regular boarders and transient custom
solicited. dO.
GEORGE YOUNG
Gunsmith and Cutler,
Begs to inform the
public that he hai re
moved from bia old stand, near
[he Silver Hrick Saloon, to the
>ppueite side, on Main street,
» r. w_l .1. . » . i
no win do
loppy to reoaire the patronage of his former
mate mors, lie also informs the publia that
lie has
I'ONNTANTLY ON HAND
rhe finest and largest asiortmant
—or—
GUNS AND PISTOLS
Of Every Patern.
Also, ammunition, and erary other article in
be sporting line.
A largo assortment of
n'oateiiholHi'a Cutlery. Hntchere'
ItMtle, 4'allluruiia.raieda
( artiiigKrls, Kasors,
And all other goods pertaining to this tin at
he lowest figures.
ltepairing dene with neatness and dispatch,
hargos reasonable.
iiureka, Feb. 17th. Ib74. fe!8-tf
SALOONS.
BILLIARDS !
THIS CO&NS&
Has just received new billiard
TABLES, with Delany's I’atent Wire
Cushions, and is to bo kopt as
A FIRST-CLASS SALOON.
^VT»ER-} Proprietors.
ap!9
COURT EXCHANGE
Northeast Corner of Main and Bateman Sts.
EUREKA, NKV.
-VTONE BUT THE FINEST QUALITIES
iw oi liquors and the choicest brands of
cigala dispensed at the bar.
Connected wilh the establishment is a
Club It o o m
And a nnmbor of well-furnished card-rooms
for private parties.
jnlitf 11ANK KNIGHT. Proprietor.
FRANK’S SALOON 1
JOS. MENDES, Prop’r.
yyilOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
All kinds of Soda Drinks, flavored with ths
following EXTRACTS .constantly on hand:
Saraspiirilla,
Blackberry,
Lemon,
Orange,
Vanilla.
Ginger
Straw berry,
i’ine Apple,
Raspberry
.Sherrbet,
Ambrosia,
Koao,
Milk Punch,
Ice Cream,
Cofteo Creara,
Chc'lnto cream
Grecian Bond,
ami Don’t Care.
Pear,
l>rg«at,
Noctar,
Hock,
Clnrot,
Mint,
Catawba.
Wild Cherrj
KXUKO and CZ»Uj3 ROOZWCS!
Monoy to loan on collateral or approvod
business paper.
27-mhlf
THE SAZERAC SALOON,
Maw Strkkt, Evrcka,
SMITH A (AX.IVAX, PROP'S.
REFITTED and REFURNISHED!
Making it o«o of the most attractive places in
Eureka.
The Billiard Parlor,
Attached to the SAZEK AC, is tho finest bil
liard room in town, containing the newest and
most improved tables.
my'29-tl
KIND,
Wholesale and retail dealer in
LIQOURS, WINES AND CIGARS,
on ain street, opposite Pioneer Restaurant.
TXAVINO JUST RETURNED FROM
Louisville, Kentucky, and San Fran
cisco, Cali ornia, and made arrang menu for
regular shipments of goods in mv line of bus
iness, 1 am prepared to outbid all opposition
lor quality and pi ices.
Give me a call and find out the Till Til of
the above assertions far yourselves.
auktf H. KIND.
Senate Saloon,
OPPOSITE THE PARKER HOUSE,
Main Street, Eureka.
FINEST BRANDS OK
Wliiss, l,lqn«rs nml Cigars.
Attached to the saloon are sevorul C..UB
ROOMS, which are neatly and cosily fitted
up. All the daily and weekly papers, and
the monthly magazines. can ultra)s be found
at this establishment.
TOMMY DOUGLAS. Manager.
Eureka. January 2, 1S77. is tf
PALACE SALOON,
East Main street.
South of Wells, Fargo A Co.
L. CLARK AND A. DOT TO. Prop'rs,
HAVE FITTED UP. IN THE Best Style,
the above Saloon, where they will keep
only the choicest brands of Liquors and Ci
gars. Call and be convinced.
__ nov24-sltf
BRANDT’S
Bavaria and Boca Beer Depot.
Three doors above Meyer’s & Franklin’s,
MAIN STREET. EUREKA.
\\TE WILL KEEl* ON HAND ,
T T a constant sut>t>ly of tbo cole-'
bra ted liavaria und lioca lieor; also1
Vineyard, I ron & LV« Saierao do Ki
otner well Known Dramls of brandies, bour
bon and Kyo whiskies, aonie 24 years’ old,
and the tinest liquors of all kiuds at 12)*
con's a drink.
We have an elegant olovator of tho latest
pattern for hoisting tho beer, tilled in
glasses, cold Iron the cellar, at the tick of
tho bell.
Free lunch from 11 to 1 o’clock daily: will
also keep sandwiches of all kinds, llute.i
Herrings, Caviar, Ham, etc. Cigars a spe
cialty.
jd-tfLOUIS BRANDT.
W.P, HASKELL & Co.,
UNDERTAKERS.
WILL KEEP ON HAND AN ASSORT
nient of
ZoMwood Caskets of Every Style,
Coffin Trimming*, Etc.
■AT Funerals attended to with promptness
ind all the arrangements made with care and
kttention. Three doors north of Paxton A
Jo’s Bank, Main street Eureka. mhlS
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 1 HAT I
is have purchased the entire stork of
goods and debts due the firm of J. COHN A
BHO., and will hereafter carry on tho busi
ness al tho old stand in Eureka. Nevada. All
debts due the old firm are payable to me.
I’. BF.ltWIN.
Eureka, Dec. ID, 1875. dcli'tf
SOCIETIES.
Eureka Lodge.No.l6,F.&A.M.
The Stated Communications of Eu
, reka Lodge, No. 1H, F. A A. M., will
^be heid in Masonic llall, on ©very
Saturday on or precoding the fall
noon in eaon tuontn.
Called Communications arery Saturday
Evening.
Mem bora of riator lodges, and soj ourning
Dsotliren in good gtandin*. me cordially in
ri <ed to attend.
D, C. SI1ERI.0CK, W. M.
W. P. STkicum.ma*, Secretary. 15-ja!)
St. John’s Chapter, Ne. 5, Royal Arch
Masons.
|111K MAiJSU l-il.M All ii II;A
1 TIONS of St John** Chapter* No.
.*»• » . A. M., will bo held in MA
50N1C HALL, on the Second and
ruuriu " c,oL'a i t » rj.i im coiu
month, Callod Communications on all other
Wednesday evenings.
All Koval Arch Masons in good standing
are cordially invited to attend.
It. 15. DAILY, H. P.
IV. A. Ddki.kt, Secretary. myI4
Iv. OF I*.
Beatific lodge no. 7, k.
of 1\, moots each Friday of
every month, at, 7:*10 o'clock r.
m., ar its Castle JIall, in Odd Fel
lows* building.
All brother Knight* in good
standing are fraternally invited
to attend such meetings.
K. M. BEATTY, C. C.
E. U. Popup:, K. of K. and. S. jaMtf
Fmjkeka lodge, no. zl
J meet* Every THURSDAY
EVENING,
IN ODD FELLOWS’ HALL.
At 8 o'clock p. M. All members in good
standing are cordially invited to attend.
P. ANDKRSUN, N. G.
M. Calismf.r, Secretary. 10-j.v:M
A. 6. Etr
TMIEA.O. 11. meet every first and third
SATUliD AY EVENING of each month,
at 8 o'ocloclt, at the eorner of ClBrk and
Monroe streets, until further notico.
THUS. IIAI.EY', President.
P. Y. Spurn. Secretary. au7
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE. NO. 121.
THE H ECU'LA U MEETINGS OK THIS
X Society take place on the first and third
Mondays of each month, in <>dd follows’
Hall, at 7:30 o’clock sharp. All brethren in
tfood standing are invited to attend.
Joshua tim agly. w. m.
A. G. MrKscNEin, Secretary. au4-tf
T II E
EUREKA AND PALISADE
Rail road!
IIAS BEEN
Completed to Eureka,
And the Company in now ready to .parry paa
longers and freight over the road
With Regularity and Dispatch.
Train* will run a* fellow* until further
nutio*.
Pauenger Train*
Leave Eureka daily at. 3:S0 a. m.
Arrive at 1‘aliiaie at..10:00 a. m.
Making connection with
East and West Bound Trains of the
Central Pacific Riilroad.
Keturulujg:
l.eavo Palisade at. 4:00 p. u.
Arrive at Eureka at.11:00 p. x.
Erelglit and Arronimotlnllon Train:
>,eave Eureka daily at... 7:00 a m.
Arrive at Palitado at. ?t:50 p. u.
Leav e Palisade daily at... 7:46 a. k.
Arrive at Eurek* at. 6:30 p. u.
Tbo Company will duliver freight to
Hamilton,
Pioche,
Tybo,
Reveille,
Belmont,
AND ALL POINTS SOUTH,
By it* teams, with caro and diipatch and at
the lowest ratca.
n27tf P. ETMITS. Uenrral Nnp’t.
EUREKA AND PALISADE
TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
OFFICE
With Wells, Fargo it Co.,
^lain street, Eureka.
THE ONLY LINE
t'OMneeilnic ultli ilie Direct Allan,
lie Cable.
For all European cities anil town*, ami At
lantic and Pacific Telegraph. For all point*
east and west our facilities for
KAPID, TRANSMISSION
are tho best in the world.
r>27tf P. EVERTS. General Stip’L
L. 1. BALL. SSU’l. COOl'KK
STOCKS.
rpiIK UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
X to purchuso and sell
MI.M.XJ KTOCHH
on commission. All orders promptly filled.
San Francisco brokers:
PAGE. WILSON A CO.
Being agonts for lending Fire Insurance
Companies, we aro prepared to furnish relia
ble indemnity on good risks at liring rates.
Office : at Wells, Fargo A Co’s,
dd__ OOOt'EK A HALL.
RUBY HILL WATER WORKS.
Capacity of Tanka 400,000 Gallons
ALL NOW FULL.
WATER WILL 11E FURNISHED IN
Hr by Hill, in any desired quantities, at
all soasu. e of tho year, at a uniform r.to and
lower than esn be furnished from any other
source. Water delivered twico daily to p:>
vale families, miners’ cabin*, saloons, etc.
Ticliot.* ranging from ll% to SO cents apiece
will fie sold at the office of tho company on
Ruby llill.
W. B. HARRUB Proprietor.
T. W. PEAKS ON, Superintendent.
mv2d tf_
BI I. Ml E.t 1)1, UfTEKHKAIW.
and cards, printed nt the SENTINEL
office, to order
delinquent.
Delinquent Sale Notice.
Adams hill consolidated min
ing COMPANY.—Location of princi
pal place of business, San Francisco, Califor
nia. Location of works, Eureka Mining
District, Eureka county, Nevada,
NOTICE—Thoro nro delinquent upon tho
following do-cribed stock, on account of as
sessment (No. 3) levied on the seventh day of
December, lt>73, the several amounts set op
posite the nnmesol tho respective sharehold
ers. as follows:
i>ames. au. s^ers. anaris. nm'i
Baker Samaol, trustee..I218 500 $125 00
Baker Samuel, trusteo..l2l9 150 37 50
Baker Samuel, trustee..120 100 25 00
batos D C, trusteo.1302 100 25 00
bates DC, trustee.1303 100 25 00
Buies D C, trustee.1304 100 25 00
bates D C, trustee.1305 <50 12 50
bates D C, trustee.1303 50 12 50
Bent K 1’. 009 25 t) 25
Hell Sainuol H.1284 100 25 00
Hell Samuel B.1205 100 25 00
Blew Hros, trustees.1714 <’<0 12 50
Blew Hros, trustees.1717 50 12 .VI
Bloe- Bros, trustees.1718 50 12 50
Blow Bros, trustoes.1719 50 12 50
Bowman A \V.1303 20484 TOO 141
Bowman A 4V, lrustoe...l:!01 1000 250 00
Bewnmn ti K.130 4 2000 500 00
Cahill K kCo. trustecs..lbS8 50 12 50
Child A Tibbey, trus
too-. >1*1 ntt 12 ■*
Co pi) (i -'o W, I r u -'too.779 50 12 ;X
Cope, L hlor A Co, trus*
toes./..1012 100 25 0C
CU.kH. oU.12H 200 50 OC
Clark Jo-. 719 50 12 5C
Crocker A Curnott, trus
tees.1101 50 12 51
Daly A Hawkins, trus
tees.1201 100 25 00
Do Crano E U, trustee...I&58 10 2 50
Disturnell Nathaniel. 945 25 #21
Doane W (’..1272 50 12 50
H.'yre K E, trustee.. S98 400 100 00
Evre E K, trustee. 853 50 12 .50
Eenn Win.114# 105 20 2'.
Eenn X W, trustee-. 576 20 5 00
Fitzgerald Jehu. 319 50 12 50
E'i-h r Ei, trustee. 128 200 An 00
E isher It, trustee.1229 100 25 00
Ei-her El, trustee.1435 200 50 00
Eisher El, trustee.1432 50 12 50
E’ishcr K, trustee.1411 50 12 50
E'tsher 1*7, trustee.1.528 25 6, ‘25
E'i-hor E;t trustee.1533 tiO 15 <st
E isher K, trustee.1V14 200 50 00
E'istier K, trustee.1000 10 2 50
E'ishor E, trustee..1001 5 1 75
isher K, trustee.ItiO.i 40 10 oft
Kiekae V Hill IfMt (Ml
j Fox Henry A.1522 100 2-5 on
i Fry,Neal ACojrustoes.1712 100 2-5 00
Fry,N'. al A Co,trustees. 1718 100 25 00
Follansbee J F, tr us toe. 1J08 50 12 50
Follansbee J F, trusteed#)* 50 12 "«0
Follansbee J Ft trustee. 1310 50 12 50
Follansbee J F, trusteo.1311 60 12 50
Follansbee J F, trustee. 1822 200 .'i0 00
»’ollansbec J F, trustee. 1828 50 12 50
Follansbee J Ft trustee. 1820 60 12 50
Follansbee J S, trustee.Fill 60 12 50
I'ollansbee J F, trustee. 1832 60 12 50
Follansbee J F, trustoo.1888 50 12 50
Follansbee .I F, trustee. 1848 50 12 50
Follansbee J Ff trustee. 1854 50 12 50
Follansbee J F. trustee. 1855 50 12 Sn
Follansbee J S, trustoo.l 856 50 12 50
rollansbeo .1 F, trustou.1158 100 25
Follunsbee J F. trustee.1861 100 25 00
Follansbee J F. trustee. 1102 100 25 On
Follansbee.! F, trustee. 1804 100 25 00
Follansbee J S. trustee. 1365 100 25 00
Follansbee J 8, thistee.1387 100 25 UU
Follansbee J F, trustee.b'fcM 100 25 on
Follansbee J F. triH‘tee.M70 100 25 00
Follansbee . 1 F, trustee. 1.871 100 25 00
Gilman D F.125*0 liO 87 50
Glazier I A Co,trustees. 1017 10 2 50
Glazier I A Co,trustees.l443 100 25 00
Glazier 1 A Cu.trustoes. 14-50 50 12 .Vi
Glazier I A Co.truetees.l 151 50 12 50
Glaziar l A Co,truito«‘«.i 453 60 12 50
Glazier I A Co,trustees. 1454 50 12 50
Halo W E, trustee.1541 10 2 50
darkness Agnes K.1220 100 25 00
Hall A Charles, trus
tees.1707 W 12 50
Hall A Charles, trus
tees.1708 25 6 25
Hale, l ogo A Wilson,
trustee -.I486 25 6 25
llemlrie ilros, trustee*..1645 60 12 50
Higgins A Cockling.
trustees.1455 100 25 00
Higgins A Conkling.
trustees.1456 100 25 00
Higgins A Conkling.
trustees.1457 50 12 50
Higgins A Conkling.
trustees.1458 50 12 50
Higgins A Conkling,
trustees.140-5 100 25 00
Higffins A Conkling,
trustees.1466 100 25 00
Higgins A Conkling,
trustees.1(113 50 12 50
Higgins A Cockling,
trustees.1614 100 25 00
Hill John.101*1 100 25 00
Hooker K C, trustee.1588 100 25 0o
Hooker It C, trustee.... 1580 100 26 00
llookor K C, trustee..1547 100 25 00
llookor R C, trustee... 1548 100 25 0o
Hooker It i’, trustee*.I »4 * ion
Hooker K C, trustee...I m| 50 12 50
llookor K C, trustee... 1-508 100 25 (mi
Hooker It C, trustee... 1-504 100 25 0o
llookor K C« trustee... 1505 100 25 00
Hooker It C, trustee... 1506 luO 25 00
Hoft-nan 11, trustee.1046 50 12 50
Hutchinson John, trus
tee.1184 1025 256 25
Ilunt lieu II, truslec. 722 HI 12 HI
Knight Robert 8.1140 25 0 25
I,ark in W m, trustee.1247 60 12 50
Larkin Wm, trustee.1248 50 12 50
Larkin W rn, trustee.1240 50 12 50
Lyons W 8, ttusteo.PWJ 50 12 50
Minor It 15.1203 50 12 V)
.Mitchell .) S, trustee. 552 100 2 5 On
Middleton n I’, trustee.lliirt .500 125 00
Morton K C, trustee.1112 2000 .Vkl 00
Merton K C, trustee.1 <13 20isj S48> isj
Morton K C, trustee.IttsO 100 25 18)
Morton K C, trustee.luai loO 25 00
Morton B t‘, trustee.1082 lots 25 00
Morton E C, trustoa.P US IDO 25 00
Morton E C, trustee .1081 100 25 (iO
Moroney 1‘uul A Co,
trustees.1502 20 .5 00
Murphy J II.1075 20 5 00
Murphy J H.1070 20 5 00
Murphy.I II.1077 10 2 50
Murray W li, trustee.. .1408 l<n) 25 00
Murray \V 15, trustee....1400 50 12 50
Murray VV B, trustee.H70 50 12 50
Macpliorson John.trus
tee.104 1 50 12 50
Mucphersun John,inn
toe.. 1380 100 25 00
Mucphersun John.trus
tee.1001 50 12 50
Mucphersun John,trus
tee.1002 20 5 00
Mucphersun John,trus
tee.1003 20 ft 00
Macpherson John,trus
ter.1061 10 2 54)
Neustattor 1, trustee....1552 200 50 00
Noble 11 11 A Co, trus
tees.1437 100 25 00
Noble 11 II A Co, trus
tees.1438 100 25 00
Noble li 11 A Co, trus
tees..1430 100 25 00
Noble 11 11 A Co, trus
tees.1178 100 25 00
Noble U 11 A Co, trus
tees. 1481 100 25 00
Noble 11 11 A Co, trus
tee...1531 UN) 25 IN)
Norwood W E, trustoe.1118 100 25 00
Norwood W E, trusteed 140 100 25 00
Noiwood W E, trustee. 1150 100 25 00
Norwood W E, trusteed 151 loO 25 IN)
Norwood W K, trustee.1555 loO 25 00
Partridge 11 C.1253 .50 12 50
l’lutt E C, trustee.1131 300 75 00
Platt E C. trustee.1550 15 3 75
Powell J C..-.1132 100 25 00
Powell J C.120.5 1)0 25 IN)
Powoll J C.1206 UN) 25 00
i'oWell J 0.13*4 100 25 INI
Powell J C.1374 100 25 00
Powell J C.1375 100 25 011
Powell J C. 1.770 100 25 00
Randall W \V, trusteo.,1720 2INI ho INI
Randall W W. trustee..1721 1INI 25 00
Rowell L F...114 1 500 1 25 INI
Reeves 0 F, trustee.1104 100 25 IK)
Reeves 0 F, trustee..1037 PIO 25 00
Reeves C K, trustee.1038 1IN) 25 01)
R eves C F, trustee.10-50 50 12 fto
Richardson E A, trus
tee. 1!) 500 125 00
Riahurdson E A, tr is*
tec. 30 100 25 00
Richardson E A, trus
tee. 51 100 25 00
_DEL1NQ VENT.
Richardson E A, trus
Richardson E A, trus- £>
Richardson E A,' triiii* * 100 25 00
Richardson if AT'tfti®* “° 25»
Richardson E A, trus- uu
Richardson E A, trus- w
tee. 802 100 os. m
Richardson E A, trus
Richardson 15 A, trus- ’
Richardson 15 A, trus
. tee.401 100 or.
Richardson K A, trus
tee. 463 100 25 iu
Ricbardons E A, trus
too. 5f*3 20 i- no
Richardson K A, trus
lee.658 50 i,»
Richardson E A, trus- ‘ ‘
toe. 700 15 .
Richardson E A, trus- *
tee. 7(18 30 fo,
Richardson E A, trus- M
Richardson E A, tru.— “
toe. 821 25 (8
Richnrdson E A, trus- m
tee. 830 60 M
Richnrdson E A, trus
tee.. 845 100 25 (A
Richardson E A, trus
tee. 847 100 25 00
Richardson E A, trus
t«e. 848 100 25 00
Richardson E A. trus
tee. 801 on ..
Richardson h A. trus
tea. 850 SO w a
Richardson E A. tras
t‘88--:.. 851 100 »»
Richardson b A, trus
v ..ll» so 12 so
Richardson E A, trus
„.t8" •;..«W« 1W 25 00
Richardson E A. trus
p.t08--:.ri-v-v 1212 800 75 00
Richardson E A. trus
tee.1288 30 12J0
Richardson E A, trus
ts.1293 50 12 50
Richardson E A. trus
.•••••••.1508 100 25 00
Richardson h A, trus
‘•J. Ml3 100 25 00
Richardson h A. trus
tee.1421 1U0 25 00
Kichardiion b A, trus*
t®*- ;. 1<* 100 25 00
Richardson E A, trus
*©•...100 25 00
Richardson E A. trus
tee.1427 1U0 25 00
Richardson E A, trus
tee.1428 100 25 (10
Richardson E A, trus
tee. 1129 100 25 00
Richardson E A. trus
tee.1470 100 25 00
Richardson E A, trus
tee.1481 100 25 (0
Richardson t A, trus
tee...14 J 100 25 (4)
Richardson K A, trus
tee.,..1433 100 21 UO
Richardson K A, trus
tee.1319 10 2 50
Richardson Ji A, trus
tee..1329 50 12 50
Richardson K A. trus
teo.1-530 50 12 50
Richardson K A, trus
tee...— I** 150 37 50
Richardson E A, trus
tee....1705 25 8 25
Richardson K A. trus
tee.1708 25 8 25
Srott 11 11 A Co, trus
tees.1710 » 12 50
Scott 11 II A Co, trus
tees.1711 50 12 50
Sehmicdell, ilochstad
ter A l*o, trustees.1489 100 25 00
Schmiednll, llochstad
tor A Co, trustees.1805 25 8 25
Schmitt C A. trustee..1879 100 25 00
Sherwood 11 S A Ce,
trustees... M3 20 5 00
Severance'! J.1317 100 2)00
Severance T J...,.1318 50 12 55
Severance T J ... .1319 50 12 50
Smiley T J L. trustee 1190 100 i300
Smiley T .1 L, trustee... 1200 100 2) 00
Smiley T J L, trustee. .1201 100 25 00
Snowball, H Y. trustee 1402 10 2 V
tipurrow S .1, truatoe ...1251 .ri0 11 ’A
Stark J, trustee.„.11|9 100 25 0)
Tilden R 1,. 1097 100 25'O
Tilden K 1.Wku* 108 25 00
Chlcr J Clunt. 112 10i) 25 01
Ufilar J Clem. 838 loo 25 00
l hlerJ Clem. 508 50 12 O
Wharton J&s, trustee... 1 83 108 25 00
Wharton Jas, trustee...1484 100 25 00
Wbarton Ja*. trustee... 1380 50 12 50
Woods A Freeborn,
trustees... 292 25 6 25
And in accordance with law and nn order of
the Hoard of Directors, mads on tho seventh
day of December, 1N78, so many shares of
each parcel of auch stock as mav be neces
sary will be sold at public auction, at the
office of John .Middleton A Sun, No 510 .Mont
gomery street, San Francisco, California, on
I'rhlay, the scroml day of February.
1877, at tha hojr of one o’clock r. u., of said
day, to pay tho said delinquent assevmsnt
thereon, together with costa of advertising
and oxpansrs of sale.
W, W. TRAYI.OIt, Secretary.
Office: Room Vo. 87, Nevada lilock No. 3Ufl,
Montgomery street, San Francisco, i alilornia.
jail*
Application for Patent
—TO THE—
CURTS AND KELLER MINE.
No. 381.
Ti. S. Lawo Owen,
Eurekn, Nevada, Pit, 18. 1(78.
NOTICE is 11KHKI1Y U1VEN THAT A.
<). Kich. whose postoftiee address is May
field. California, has ibis day tiled bis ap
plication fur a patent for 1500 linear foet of
the Cults and heller mine or rein bearing
silver with surface ground bflOfnet in width,
situate lying and being in the Piamond.Min
ing district, county of vV bile I’iae, and Slate
of NuthiU, and known and dosignaiod by the
field notes and official plat on file in this
oflico as lot number 38. The exterior bound
arios of said lot No. 38 being as follows, to
wit:
Variation 185. dg east, commencing sts
post mark od No. 1, U. S. Survey No. *,
when.-e post No. 1, l’. S. Survey No. 37. lei A,
Champion lode bcarsS 81 dg 15 ni W 1,878ft;
Clayt n Peak No. 1 bears S 8 dg 57 m h DIO ft,
the furnace stack of the Champion Consoli
dated Mining and Smelting Company's fur
nace hear* N 88 dg VV 5,3V> ft, and the Curts
snd Kollor shalt boars N 15 dg W Me ft;
thonco runnl1 g first course N 831 dg VV l sw
tt, to post marked No. 2, II. S. Survey No. 38:
thence second course N 58)» dg K 800 ft to post
marked No. 3, U. S. Survey No. 38; thence
third course S 331; dg E 1-500 ft, to post marked
N o. 4, U. S. Survey No. 38; and thenco lourth
course S 5854 dg W bOO tt to post No. 1, the
place of beginning, containing twenty tki-l119
acres.
This claim is bounded on neither end hr
any known claimants; the noarestmine is the
Champion. .
The location of this mine ig duly recorded
in thu llecordor'a Utfico of Diamond Mis'0*
district, in bonk A. pages 172 and 173,
Any and all persons claiming adversely*0/
portion of said Curts k Keller mine or
mining ground as boreipbefore detcribtsl. *f*
required to file their adverse claim with th®
Itegister of the United States Land Office. **
Eureka, in the Siam of Nevada, during t#®
sixty days period of publication hereof or
they will be barrud kgjr virtu# of the yrcYl*"
! ions of the Statute.
dclD-dOd D. B. 1MMEL, Register.
F. LOH WY
Bkus to inform his
friomla that ho haa bought
tho agency of j. II. MICHAEL
for all tho
Kastem raptra, reriouicnim
xluot null fawhion Books,
And is prepared to deliver thorn to his sub
fieri bora at their place of residence
F It »; K OF CJ II A It G E J
OFFICE, at 0. Young’s.(iunsmitU’s Shol<.
Main street.
JOUR SHUOUKK. BOOH BC'CHUB.

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