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=EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL. '
T IT E EUREKA AND PALISADE Hall road! HAS BEEN Completed to Eureka, And the Company is now ready to carry pas sengors and froight orer the road With Regularity and Dispatch. Trail)' will rai ai follow* until further aotiae: Pautnger Trains Leave Eureka daily at. 3:?A a. n. Arrive at Palisalo at.10:00 a. m. Making uonnec.ion with East and West Bound Trains of the Central Pacific Railroad. Reluming: Leave Palisade at. 4:00 r. u. Arrive at Eureka at...10:30 p. u. Freight and Accommodalion Train: Ajeave Eureka daily al...7:00 a m. Arrive at Paliiade at. 3:50 r. u. Laava Palisade daily at... 7 >45 a. h, Arrive at Euraka at... iieQ r. u. The Cempany will deliver freight te Hamilton, Pioohe, Tybo, Reveille, Belmont, AND ALL POINTS SOUTH. By its teams, with care and dispatch and at the lowest rates. ■Sit F. EVERTS, General Snp t. EUREKA AND PALISADE' TELEGRAPH COMPANY. OFFICE With Well*, Fargo &. Co, Main street, Eureka. THE ONLY LINE Connecting; with the Direct Atlnn • lie fable, For all Itirepean eities and towns, and At lantic and Pseific Telegraph. For all point! emit aid welt oir faeilitioi for RAPID TRANSMISSION are the beat in the world. «37tf P. EY'ERTS. General Sup’t YOUNG’S CONFECTIONERY! CIAN DIES, FRUITS, NUTS ANDCONFEC ] XIONERY manufactured by my«e*f, at the new Confectionery Store, on The East Side of Main Street, opposite Meyers dt Franklin's. No Old Imported Cot tcctionery ! All Confectionery Manufactured by Myself. ptr I DEFY' OPPOSITION. iySl-tf M. YOUNG. GO TO THE, New Blacksmith Shop To get your work done. GOOD WORK AND LOW PRICES! T AM PREPARED good stock of mati do work promptly. Light buggy, wagon-work and painting will receive especial attention. Horse Mieelug executed with dispatch, and satisfaction guaranteed. Horseshoe lug, #3. GEO. L. OTT, mrSl-tf South Main street. Eureka. N. S. TROW BRIDGE & CO., -DEALERS IX GENERAL MERCHANDISE, GROCERIES, Mining Supplies, Gents’ Furnish ing Goods, Etc. TYBO, XYi: COUNTY, NEVADA tul-tf___ HIRAM JOHNSON. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Provisions Butter and Eggs a Specialty. Chicago Hams and Breakfa»t Bacon, sugar cured, always on hand. AfThree doors north of Clark street, on Main street. apltf MINING TAX. Notice is iikkbbx given that the tax<*s on tbo proceeds of tbo mines of Eureka county far the quarter ending June M), 1876, are now due and payable at my office, and that the law with reyard to the collection of the same will bo strictly en forced. J. C. P<>W ELL, Assessor of Eureka county* Eureka, Nev., Aug. 11,1676. aolo $50 REWARDI STRAYED OR STOLEN ABOUT fTV-*, two months ago, from Hilly Nich* Lv oils* hay ranch, on th > Austin road a dark brown horse, six yours old and weighing about 800 pounds; branded with an A, in a half-circle, on the left thigh; throe white led and a little white on the nose. Has a smal lu npoothe leit fore knee. The above reward will be paid for the delivery of the animal U the underaifned in Eureka. iy'JOtf A. C. BISHOP* PROFESSION A L. a. m. HiLLnnrsK. w. H. davenport HILLHOUSE A DAVENPORT, Attorneys at law. office in the Odd Fellows’ new building, up ataira, Rooms 1 and 2. Euroka. Nevada. ell Pat. E. Baii.y. C. J. Lahsihs. LANSING & BAILY, Attorneys at law. OFFICE: 2d floor, stone building, southwest corner of Clark and Main streets, Eureka Nov. __my2I-tf________ C..G. HUBBARD, Attorney at law and no TAKY PUBLIC. Office on Clark stroot, in Whitton’a American Exchange building. myUMf A. C. BISHOP. D. C. CRAM. DRS. BISHOP <fc CRAM, PHYSICIANS AND STRGEANS. Office on Main treet, opposite Paxton A Co’s Bank, Eureka. fttitf THOS. WREN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Main Street, Eureka, Nevada. ti-tf G. W. BAKER. • ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Office in Pick Hyland’s Brick Building. Baten a a atreet. Eureka Nevada. iel4 THOMAS J. READ, CIYIL ENGINEER AND l'. S. DEP uty Mineral Surveyor. Office in Ky land’a Brick Building, or the corner of Buol and Bateman atreeta, up ataira. myl4 J. K. SHAFER, Attorney at law. opiick up stairs in Masonia building. d2tf GEO. W. MERRILL, Attorney at law, district Attorney for Bureka eeuDty. and No tary Public. Office in the Court-house. o2Stf O HAMILTON, D. D. 8„ DENTIST odu: Five doors south ( 1 tU>SiRTiRiL offiea, liuel atreet. ..mesa. fil H. RGCKMAN, M. D. Pitt 4 SI CI AN. SURGEON, AC eoucheur, Oculist and Auriat. Uraduateof the Imperial Medical College of Warsaw. Poland, and ot the PaciSe Medi cal College, of San Francisco. Office on Clark strast, formerly occupied by Justice R. M. Beatty. mrl?-tl STAGE LIIVJE BETWEEN AUSTIN AND EUREKA. Connecting on and after jiox DAY.WLf 31, irA. at Tlie Willow* WITH STONED ARGER’S STAGE LINE For Belmont. Stages leave Kuroka on Monday, Wednes day and Friday mornings, at i o'clotk, Stages leave Austin Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, at It o'clock. 0*~l’assengera by Otis liae will he famish ed excellent meela at the Willews Station, wbcro ampio time will be giran tor dinner each way. J. A. WILSON, Proprietor. Office at the Parker House, Eureka, jydtitf J. L. Hikcilst. Agent. T. J. BELL’S STAGE LINE TYBO AND BELMONT ! STAGES LEAVE Every Monday, Wedneeday and Friday, at a O'clock F. H. OSes at Welli, Fargo k Co’i office, flood coaches ami fiDe itock. ia%el7 EUREKA, HAMILTON and PlOCnE STAGE LINE. Gilmer A Killibnry, Proprietors. Connecting with tiib eureka and Palisade Railroad. Leaves Eureka for Hamilton every morning at 7 o’clock. Leaves HamiltonforPio.be every alternate day, Sundays included. Leaves Hamilton for Eureka every day. Leaves Pioche for Hamilton and Eureka every alternate day, at 8 k. u„ Sundays in cluded. Carrying U. S. Mail and Wells, Fargo k Co’s Express. Fine American horses and new Concord coaches. Office at Wells, Fargo k Co’s. mrlb-tf HENRY KIND, Wholesale and retail dealer la XJQOURS, WINES AND CIGARS, on Main street, opposite Pioneer Restaurant. Having just returned from Louisville, Kentucky, and San Fran cisco, Calitornia, and made arrangements for ' regular shipments of goods in my line of bus iness, 1 am prepared to outbid all opposition for quality and piicos. (Ji- a call and find out the TRUT11 of theni ssertions far yourselves. aueii H. KIND. S. FRIEDMAN, I>K a 1. ICR IN FAMILY GROCERIES,CROCERY AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. /CONSTANTLY ON HANB, A CIIOICE Vv lot of Family Groceries and Country Produce. Ladies, if you want your husbands to love you, go to Friedman's for your groceries, as tbs following will show: Ou! say not I lore you, because the molasses You purchased at Friedman’s was golden and clear; The syrup, the sugar, the jelly in glasses, l. The crackers, the mssk’rel 1 know were not dour. But when you cam, to me with Friedman's smoked salmon. And showed me his samples of Limberger cheese, I felt that his claim to be cheap was not gam* mon, i loved you, and said so, dear Jane, on my knees. ia'dStf PRINTING. Owing to its Superior Facilities, t * , < .. ,«1, ;i "T ■ ,.J,... I! * •rt , 1 J, . . J . - >-.> -'J j • j . -. . ,t . t». I •' •> • , THE SENTINEL OFFICE Can be executed all kind* ef j . . • H i JOB PRINTING - ■ at lower rates Than any other Office in the State. ALL ORDERS FOR JOBS WILL B* ntOMFTLt ATTJCXPJSDITO.: LEGAL. SHERIFFS SALE. State op Nevada, County op Eubrka. Sheriffs Office, Eureka, Nevada,) August 29, 18761’ J 1MIIS IS TO CERTIFY TliAT UNDER and by virtue of an execution of u decree and foreclosure and order of sale of tho prem ises hereinafter described, duly issued out of tho District Court of tho 6th J udicfal District, in and tor the county of Eureka and State of Nevada, filed on the29th day ot'August, 1876, in favor of W.S. Kyes, as plaintiff; and against J. M. Kellogg and Maria Kellogg his wile, defendant*, for tho sum of $8*0.06 in United States gold coin, together with interest on $ '00 at tho the rate of 2 « por Qent- per^montli from the 20th day of August, 1876, until paid, and taxed cost up to this date, amounting to $58.55, and the additional sum of 5177.80 fixed by said mortgage and allowed by the Court, as counsel foes for foreclosure, w ith interest thoroon Iron said 29th day1 of August, 1*76, at the rate cl ten per cent, per annum, togeth er with all cost that may hereafter accrue to Sheriff of Eureka county aforosaid, directed and to me delivered, 1, Gto. W. Gilmore, ^Sheriff of Eureka county, did, in manner re quired by law, seize and levy upon *s the property of tho said defendants, all and sin gular the mortgag'd promises mentioned and described in said decree, and hereafter described, or so much thoreof ns may ho suffi cient to raise tho amount, duo to tho; pMintitf for the principal ami interest, coun-el fee* and costs in this suit, and oxpon-o,ot sale of tho followingd« scribed real property situaUd in tho totrn of Eureka, county of Eureka end Stato of Nevada, to-wit: '1 hat ceftain piece or parcel of land or town lot Known and des ignated a* lot No. 10, in block N o. 8 or the A. Monroe survey of tho town of Eureka, lying and being in said town of Eureka and in said county, State of Nevada: said lot being a frontage of 25 feet on the fast s.de of Duel street and extending in an ea*t?i ly direction 100 foetto Spring street; together wirh all and lingular the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto oolong mg or in any wise appertaining; and furthor described a* being the property now occupied by the said defendants a* a residence. And n itico i* hereby given that l will sell said real prop erty aforesaid, at the Court-houso of Eureka county, in the town ef Eureka in said county, on the 19th day of September, 1876, the same boing Tuesday, between tho hours of 8 o’clock ’ a. m. and 5 o’clock p. a., to-wit: at 9 o’clock ! ii. of said day, to the highest bidder. The j sale of said real property will Delude all; right, title and interest of snid defendants, or either of them, in and to the said abovo tie scribed propertv. Term* of sale cash, in l nitod State* gold coil. GEO. W. GILMORE.Sheriff. auo0-td Dy S. B. Bkm.. Deputy. Notice to Stockholders! rpiIE UNDERSIGNED STOCKHOLDERS X in tho Eureka and Palisade Kail road Com pany, holding and owning more thuu one quarter of tho capital stock L it company, in pursuance of tho power ve.ud in them by section six of tho Act o* tho Legislature of the State of Nevada, entitled “An Act to pro vide for the incorporation of railroad com panies, and the management of tho affairs thereof, and other mattrrs relating thereto approved March 22, 1865, do hereby call and give notice that there will bo a meet ing of the stockholder* of the Eureka and Palisade Railroad Company at that Com pany’s office in the town of i'alDiide. county of Eureka, State of Nevada, on tho 15th day of September, 1876, at the hour of 1 p. m. of that day. The objects for which the ?aid moeting of Stockholders is rul ed, aro : to adopt a new code of “by-laws” for paid Com pany ; to elect a new Board of Directors thereof; to increase tho capital stock of said Company; and to authorize the Company to issue bonds, secured by mortgage on the Company’s property and franchises, tbr tho purpose of paying the outstanding debts o' the Company, incurred for tho construction and equipment of it* railroad. EDGAR MILLS, HENRY MILLER. FRANK MILLER, au29-td F. EVERTS. JOHM A. PaXTOM, ALL KM A. CURTIS, H. MULLKR PAXTON & CO., BAM b: erg. EUREKA, NEVADA, Draw at sight, in sums to sun ON Anglo-Californian Bank..San Francisco Anglo-Californian Bank.London J. A \V\ Soligman A Co...-.New York [>. 0. Mills A Co.Sacramento Decker & Jewett.Marysville White A McCoraick.-Salt Lake City Discount Commercial paper. Make Collec tions, Receive Deposit* in Coin or Currency on open account. Certificate, or Special Do posit, and transact A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS MINING STOCK BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. _nihil_ _ D. B. IZMtIVZBZ. at CO. BANKERS. Iu llie Old Exprm Rnlldiug, Main Street. Eureka. |^RAWS AT SIGHT ON SAN FRANCISCO,? NEW TORE LONDON, And all printlpal cities in the United State, and Europe. Di.count commercial paper. Keceire deposits in Coin or Currency on open account; Certificates or Special Deposits, arid will transact a Ueneral Hanking Gnslneas. Long axi>‘ rieaae in the Collecting l>«|inrtm«i.t Cf Wells, Fargo Sc Co., justifies us In an nouncing that we will make Collection* Iroiu Ahrcml it Spool..I tj __ aptiti__ New Photograph Gallery! I.OI I% MONACO. Proprietor. On South Main street. Eureka. evnda MY NEW GALLERY HAVING BEEN completed, 1 am ready to furnish the best and MOST LIFELIKE PICTURES! To be obtained in Eastern Nevada. ALL KINDS OF PICTURES are finishes in superior stylo and with the latest iiuprovo I merits of the art. ENLARGED PHOTOGRAPHS, reproduced Iroin the smallest Miniatures to Life Size, are taken at this Gallery equal to any taken East or West. All nejatives are carefully retouched and preserved for future orders, jel LOUIS MONACO. Artist. $75 REWARD ! STAYED OR STOLEN. ON OR ABOUT THE FIF* toenth day of Nov mln r, D7.i, from Davis’ coal rnvli, in l’lensant Vall.y,One liliAOl. M AKKAll I.E, l one I.DiHT BROWN ill I.B might call it a hay. 'I bo Muck hi uoiled on th« loft hi" ' ft’ a figuro J>. rauh mulo should ho hr.-tud.id with tha letter I>; perhaps «o dim tha' if ■ in not bo seen. Said nndoa weigh about l.lOi) pounds each. 1 will pay the nbov. reward tu any uno who will deliver tli. males at my pine in Eureka. W. li. HARKUB. j3-tf MISCELLANEOUS. District Court Summons. In the District Court of tho Nlxtb Judicial IHslrid, in mimI for Eureka County. State of Nevada. ri'HE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS J Greeting to CHESTER CASE: You are hereby required to appear in an action commenced against you as defendant, by ISABELLA M CASE as plaintiff, in tho .District Court of the Sixth Judicial District, in and lor tho county of Eureka, State of Novada, at the town of Euroka, and an swer tho complaint thoroin, which is on tile with tho Clerk of said Court, within ten days alter the aerviee on you ot this summons— exclusive ol the day of sarviee—if served in said county, or twenty days if served out of said county b • t within this district, and in all other cases forty days; or judgment by do fault will bo taken against you, according to tho prayer ot said complaint. Tho said action is brought to recover judg ment against you tho said defendant, that the marriage between plaintiff and defendant bo dissolved, and a divorce decreed from tho bunds of matrimony, recording to tho statute in such '.use made and provided; nnd plaintiff prays that the custody ot the minor children bo adjudged to the plaintiff. Tho ground on which said judgment and decree are claimed is i h it defendant has willfully deserted rb« plaintiff for the period of one year, has boon guilty of extreme cruelty towards plaintiff, end has neglected for the period of one year to provide the plaintiff with the common I necessaries of life, when such neglect was not Uho result of poverty on the part of defend ant, which he could not hare avoided by ©r | dinarv industry. And you arc hereby notifiod, that if you fail to appear and answer tho si ad complaint as above required the said plaintiff will take a default against you. and thoroafter apply to. the Court for the relief demanded. ?-‘ In testimony whereof, 1, F. II. IJar I L S j men, have hereunto set my band and "- affixed the sea1 of laid Court this 25th day of April, A. I). 1S7B. F. H. HARMON, Clerk District Court, Sixth Judicial Di» trict. Eureka county, Nevada. llilihouflc Jk Davenport, Att’ys for plaintiff. _ jy’tO-luw 1 m Application for Patent TO THE MONTROSE MINE. ' NO. 334. T\ S. Rani> Office, ) Eureka. Nevada. September 1,1876. ( rOTiCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT John E Rlator,whose postoffice address is Eureka,Nov..has this day filed his application for a patent tor 1,500 linear toet of the Mont rose mine or vein bearing silver with surfaco ground 200 feet in width, situate, lying and boing in Kuroka Mining District, county of Eureka, and State ot Nevada, and known anti designated by the field notes and official plat on tilo in this office as lot number I'M. The exterior boundaries of 'aid lot No. 101 being as follows to wit: Variation lt»H deg, east. Commencing nt a post marked No. 1, U. S. survey No. 102. This poet stands on the northeastern boundary oi survey No. 81, At las lode; whence post No. 1 of said survey No. M boars 8. 22 deg. E. 407 5-10 feet; th highest-point of Ruby Hill; No. 1 bears N. 22 deg. 3 min. \V\ 0,5lrt feet: th - flag staff in the town ot Eureka bears N. 22 deg* 12 nun. E. 14,-04 feet, and th*. center of the top Sill of tho Dundv rburg incline bears S. 28 deg. :.ft min. E. 511 te» t; th- nee running 1st course N. 15;* deg. VV. I. m O leer, to post marked No. 2, U. S. survey 102; thence 2nd course N.68dog. E. 200 feoR to post marked No. 3, U. S. sur vey No. 102; thence 3d course S. 15*4 E. 1,500 toot, to post marked N. 4, U. >. survey No. It)-; and thence 4th course S. I>8 deg. VV. 200 feel, to post No. I, the place oi beginning, containing 6 85-100 acres. This cl um is bounded on tho nod by tho Atlas mine. Tho location of this mine is duly recorded I in tho Recorder's office of Kuroka Mining District, in Book E, of page 103. Any and all person* claiming adversely any portion of said Montrose mine or said mining ground as hereinbefore doseib- d, lire requir ed to file tludr adverse claim with the Regis ter of the United States Rand Office nt Eure ka, in tho State of Nevada,daring the sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will bo barred by virtue of tho provisions of the statute. il-tidd D. B. IMMEL. Register. NOTICE. Notice is iiekeby given that tho mining locati n made by Richard Rviand rr the first day of .January, A. D. 1X7<1, under the nania of the “ Kylund Mine,” and tho mining location made by Gao. W. Gilmore, uudor tho name of the “(iilmore Mine,” on tho fifth diy of January A. I). 187*5; and also tho mining location* made by Richard Roland, Geo. \V. Gilmore, F, V. Loo and M. G. ( avanaugh, under thw name of the “ Hunter ” and '* Cavanaugh,” on tho 8th of May, A. D. 1876, all of flaid mining claims boing on Coy 11 illt EurekaMir ing Dis trict, Karen* county, Nevada, con flic witn and cover the origin ! mining claims known by tho name of th»“ Grampiori ” and “ Rob,” which are ol ler in date,” and are owned by mo; and 1 hereby wnr:i ail from pur chaGng *“id •Hyland,” “Gilmore,”. “ Hun ter ” and “ Cavanaugh ” claim®, or either ot thorn, or any portion thereof. GL<». \V\ KINNEY. Eureka, Nov., Aug. 27, 1X76. au27-lm ISO T ICE. XJ OT I CK IS HEUEliV GIVEN THAT IN 11 pursuance ol an order thii dav made by F. W. Cole, Judge ol tho Sixth Judicial Dis trict, Stnt" of Nevada, in and for Eureka | countv. I will, on tho SKUON D DAY of SEF ! TEN BEK, 1x70, at SEVEN AND A HALF o’clock r. x , of that day, in.Min rs’ Union Hall, at tne town of Ruby iiill. in fluid coun ty and State, proceed to organize, according to tho lawn of tho State of A evadu, a Volun teer Company, a call for which is signed by II. 11. Conklin, Hein Atkins, J. W. Lambert and tifty-nine others, and which cull is now in my losseflsion; at which time und place the oAoori of said company will bo elected. LT1AS. SCilUL/.E, Inspector. aujg lOd____ ___ ASSESSMENT NOTICE. /1EDDKS AND IU.lent AN P MILL AND \JT Mining Company— Location of principal place of business, San 1 rancisoo, California— Location ot works, Secret Canyon, Eureka county, Nevada. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the I3oa»dot Trustees,hold on tbe24th of J u!y. 187(5, un assesamont—No. 1—of Fifty Cents por share, was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, pnyublo immediately in United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at iho office of tho com puny. Room No. 16, MoYouson’s building, No. 311, Montgomory .'trout, Sar. Francisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment ahull remain unpaid on tho Thirtieth day of Au gust, 1x7(5, will be delinquent, arid advertised lor sale at publioauction, and unless payment i« made bo ore, will be sold on SATURDAY, M» *v rity-ihird day of September 1X76,to pay *he delinquent assessment, together with the evstof advertising and expenses of sale. J N O. A. VANCK, Secretary. 0tf.ee— Room 11 Stevenson's Building. San Francisce, California. jy2tttd i»oKrmL\i;niENT. By order < . (T ' Board of Trustees, tho day when the above assessment shall become de linquent is hereby postponed until Friday, September 22, 1X7(1, and tho day of sole i* hereby postponed until Monday, October 2d, 1x76. JNo. A. VANCE, Secretary. Goddes &. Bertrand Mill and Minning Com pany office, room 16, Stevenson’s building, San Francisco. nulKMd Eureka Mining and Smelting Co. ml!E AN N V A L M E ET IN (i 0 V T11E STOO K i I holders of the above named Company for iho purpose of electing Trustees to serve tor the ensuing year, will lie held at their Uliioo, 30S California Street, San Krancigoo, Califor nia, on I'riday, the •-’9th day of September, 1870. at 1 o’clock I*. M. A. C. KYCE, Secretary. PA TENT A PPIACA TIONS. ——14 • nr-rr—k :—r—— Application for Patent. I3ald Kagle Aline* NOTICE NO. 3S1. U. S. Lamp Ovrict, Eureka, Nevada, July ]S 1*75 XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that IN A. Benedict, A. E. Titus, R. J*. McDsn iel and Snrnuel Coopor, whoso postoffice .5* dress is Eureka. Eureka county, Nev. has. this day filed their application for a’uRtent for eleven hundred arid seventy-eight linear foot ot tho Bald Eagle mine or vein boarin, silver, with surface ground one hundred and twenty-live feet in width, situate, lying >nj being in Eureka Mining District, county ef Eureka und State of Novadu, and known and designated by tho field notes and official nlat on file in this ofiico as l.ot No. Sit, on unsur veyod lands. The exterior boundaries of said Lot No. W being ns follows, to-wit: ' * Commencing at a post markod N. E. corner of Raid Eagle, whence the summit of Rnh» Hill, No. I, bears N. 10 deg 8 min. W., 7 BOB 1 feet, and tha flugstaff in the town of Eu’refi* bears N. i» dg. S min. E. It,688.7 ft and thi renter ot I.aid r.aglo »ha!t *>o. I bears to*. 1 df K., 357 feet, and running thence, 1st c\ V/4 d*' K., 1,178 foot to post marked »S. E. com** liald Eagle: lhanee ‘id S. 8b'a W., 125 foet to post marked .S W. corner linld Eagle; thane* 3d N. l^i clog. W., 1.178 feet, to post marked I N. U. eorucr liald Eagla; thenco 4th M\ 88k dog. E.t 135 feot to pl.\ca of boginning, con. taining 3.37 acroi. This clnirn it bomdod on tha north ly to# Gray Eagla: on tho south, by tho Red Bifd;00 tha east, by tho Eagle’* Mast; on the «eit,'by tno Amoriraa Kagle and tho Hlackitcin., Tho location of this mine is duly rocotdertin the Recorder’s offiee cf Eureka Alining Di«. triet, page 7J0 in boek E. Any and all persois claiming adversely iiy portion of said Raid Bagla mine er •aid mining ground as hereinbelore described, are required to file their adverse claim with the Register ef the I’nited States Band Office, at Eureka, in the Mate ef Nevada, during the sixty days period of publicatien hereof, er they will be barred by virtue ef the provisions ef the Statute. jyM-ogd D. B. 1 MM EL. Register. Application tor Patent To the Southern Cross, No. 2 Mine And Mill Site. no. m. lT. S. Lamp Omen, lureka, Nevada, Aug. 21,1S76. N'OTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT W. VV. McCoy, whose postofliee address is Eureka, Nev., has this dav lilod hisapplica I tion for * patent for 1,500 linear leet of the [ Southern Gross, no. 2 mine or vein bearing •Ever, with surface ground 200 loot in width, situate, lying and being in Eureka Mining I District, county of Euroka and State of Nev., and i nown an t de-ignaud by the field notes at d official plat on fiio in this office as Lot Ne. ! 100. The ex*ori>r boundaries of said Lot No, 100 being a* follows to-irit: Variation 1614 drg. uast; commencing at s j po%t marked No. 1 U. S. survev No. 100, lot A, whsnso the summit of Ruby Hill No. I bwuri N. 5b dg 4 m \\ 7,'J50 ft; the flagstaff in the town of Euroka bears N. 15 dg 12 uiin K 9,4*1 feet, post marked No. 1, of Survey No. i Ste.la lode, «>rars N. 31 deg. 4 min. E. *,217 ft.; end tho Southern Gross No. 2 shaft h..nr» I S. 2*'a deg. \V,, 701 fr.: thence runn rg first course 8.64 dog. K. 200 ft to post mar ed >'o. [2, l . S. Survey No. 100 ^lot A • thei e sec I *»nd cource 8. 2HV4 deg. VV. 1,600 ft., u pest marked No. 3, II. S. Surrey No. 100, lot A; ihonco third course N. 64 deg VV. 200 ft, to post marKed No. 4, U. 8. Survey No. 100, lot A; and thence fourth course N. 29'4dg b \.h»> ft. to pest No. 1, to place of beginning, con taining 6 87*100 acres. Also th<- following described piece of land ns a mill sito: LOT B. Beginning At a post marked No. 1, E. .A. Survey No. 100, lot ti, whenc* post No. 1, lot A, bears S. 2 » deg. 21 min. VV. 6,505 ft.; post No, 3 of survey No. 0C, Richmond Mining GoHjpanv of N uvarts mill site bears N. 4 d«g. 56 min. E 267% ft; thence runnir.g first cour»o .S. 62 4 deg. E. 256 ft., to post msrksd No 2. I . 8. Surrey, No. 10*, lot B: there second course S. 174 dog. E. 2d it., to post marked No. 3, U. S. 8urvev No. 100, lot B; thence thin! course S. 5 dog. 56 min. E. 3766-10 lent. to post marked No. 4, L'. S. 8urv«* No. 100, I«>t 1 *: thonce fourth course N. 45 deg. VV. 664 5-10 ft., to post marked No. 5, U. 8. Survoy No. 100, lot B; thence fifth cour e S. 52!4 deg. VV. VI .5-10 fr. te po*-t marked No. 5. U. S. purvey No. 100. lot B; thenco sixth course N. 45*% dog. VV. 232 5-10 ft., 'o post marked No. 7, l . S. Purvey No. DM) lot R; and thene ' seventh con re N. 70 deg. id min. j E. 6*1 .j-10 tt.. to post No. 1, tho piaco of bo ginning, containing 5 acres. This claim is bounded on the east by the Murk Twain and Red Ribbon. Tho location of this niino is duly recorded in tho Recorder’s office of Euroka Mining l>ifc trict in Bo^k I*. of page 102. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said .Southron Gross No. 2 mine or said mining ground as herein b* ! tore described, are required to file choir adverse claim with tne Regis ter of the United States Land Office at Eureka, in tho State of Nevada, during the sixty day* period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provis ions of the Statute. I). B. IMMKL, au'-2-6tid Register. Application for Patent TO THE SOUHERN PACIFIC MINE. NOTICE NO. *13. U. 8. Laxi) Owe*, Eureka. Nevada. August 29. 1878. VTOTirK IS HEUKKY GIVEN THAT 11 S. P. Dewy, by his duly authorized agent, .J. C. l'owell, whose postoffice address is Eureka, Nevada, has this day tiled his appli 1 cation for a patent for 1,300 linear feet of the Southern Pad tie Mine or rein bearing silver, with surface ground 260 feet in width, situate, lying and being in Eureka Mining District, county of Eureka and State ot Nevada, and known and designated by tho field notes »nd official plat on file iu this office as Lot No. 10.1. The exterior boundaries of fluid Lot No. 103 being as follows, to-wii; \ ariation lb!a dug. east, commencing at a post inarmed No. 1, l'. S. Survey No. 103; this post stands on tho eastern boundary of sur voy No. 02, Hamburg Lode, whence th» high est point of Ktiby Hill, No. 1, bear* N. 18deg. 6-J min. YV., 13,679 feot. J oe flagstaff in tho town of Eureka bears N. 14 deg 67 min. ft*. 18,157 feet. Friday shaft. No. 2, on tho Hani l)urg Lode bears N. 64 deg. min. YV. iw feet. The Southern Pucitic shaft boar* S. 32* deg. E. 152 feet, and a nut pine tree 18 lncbt* in diameter marked Southern Pacific K. a., bear* N. fcV4 deg. E. 121 foot; thence run ning 1st c our so S. 88 d« g. E. 230 feet, to poflt mgvkod No. 2, U. S. Survey No. 103 ; th*BC®, 2d course S. 2 dog. YY'. 1,500 feet, to post mark ed No. 3. II. S Suorvey No. 103 ; thence, >>u course N. 88 deg. YV. 2>0 feet, to post marked No. 4. U. S. Survey No. 103, tho same being post No. 2 of auid survey No. 02, and there*# till course N. 2 dog. E. 1,500 feet along survey No. 62 to post N 0. 1, lo place of M* ginning, containing 8 til-100 acres. This claim is bounded on the west by in* Hamburg Mine. , The location of this Mine i* duly recorded in the Recorder's Uflice of Eureka Mining District, in Kook F, of page 103. Any and all persons claiming adversely **?/ portion of auid Southern Pacific Mine or s«lU mining urbund as hereinbefore described, ar® required to file their adver*e claim with tno Reg inter of tho United State* Land Onice** Eureka, in tho Stato of Nevada, during the sixty day* period of publication hereof, they will bo barred by virtue of the pro vie toM,0uVlV;trliltUt,ii. It. 1MMKL. RegiftiT Tax Assessment Notice. i U PERSONS OWNING REAR OR A. personal property not yet listod iiincl B rossod, will ploaso attond to Hie inatt.r wita out Unlay. J-R iyWtf County A»*o«*of.