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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
HOTELS, ETC. Turner House Restaurant, ’ i MRS. F.. E. BROW Jf, Proprietress. j Board by the Week, Day or Month., I WILL ENDEAVOR TO please by customer* and de serve their patronage in the fu ture as 1 have in the past. The tables will always be turmstiou trurn « sab •tantial larder. If you want THK BEST BOARD IT TOWN, Try the Turner House Restaurant under the ! new regime. MRS. E. E. BltOWN. n!9-tf Hurrah forjhe Railroad! BILL? GILLEN TO THE FRONT.! . I Board, $7 a Week* Single Meals. 37 1-2 Cents. Silver Brick Hotel, South Main street. Eureka. On and after November. 1, 1875, the above prioei will be charged at the Silver Brick, oittf Wfi. GILLEN. Proprietor. The Pioneer Restaurant, Opposite J. 8. Whitton's Stone Store, Male Street, Eureka. eao. P. LUND OREST Til ILL BE PLEADED TO SEE ALL HIS Tl old friends at his house at any time. At the PIONEER they will find The Tables Snpplied with all the delicacies that can be obtained, and the Pioeeei shall be as well kept as any Restaurant in Eureka. Givo me a call and see how en tirely you will be suited. jel7 J. L. BMCKLKT. J. H. LOCKWOOD PARKER HOUSE, EUREKA, NKV. Hinckley & Lockwood, Proprietors. The rooms ark spacious and supplied with Spring Beds throughout. THE BAR Is furnished with the finest Liquors and Cigars the - can be purchased. A Eitsi-elnsa Reatnurnnt on Use Firs* Floor. 1'he Palisade, Hamilton, Austin, Tybo and Belmont Stages, all stop at this House. __jU-nlH UNITED STATES BAKERY and Restaurant. JOHN HUEBNER, PUOP’R. CERVBD CP AT AI.L TIMES. IN TIIK most approved stylo. Fish, Game, And tha beat BEEF, PORK and MUTIGN to be procured in the market. Meals at all hours. BREAD, PIES, CAKES, etc. Pastry fur ball suppers gotten up on short notice. WEDDING CAKES a specialty, ill article* delivered free of charge. Orders solicited. au23tf TURNER HOUSE. MAIN STREET...EUREKA, NEV. rpHIS HOUSE HAS BEEN REFITTED 1 throughout, containing a large number of COMMODIOUS and ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS, Suitable for families or single gentlemen. liar and Billiard room, with a fine as sortment of LIQUORS and CIGARS, aotttf B. J. TURXKU, Proprietor. PIONEER Barber Shop & Bath House, First door Perth of the Pioneer Restaurant. North Mai- street. Eureka. rpHE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING RE x cently opened the abevo establishment offers his professional services o all who desire a first-class physiognomi al HAIR CUT, or an ecstatic SHAVE. or Hair Cutting, 50 cunts. Shampooing* 50 cents. Connected with the estab lishment are several neat and elegant Bath Rooms, where the most desirablo llot or Cold JJatbs can be bad at all times. BATHS, SO CENTS. A share of public patronage is solicited. JAMKS AJ. M. MOODY. I'rop'r. RDBY HILL WATER WORKS. Capacity of Tanka 400,000 Gallons ALL NOW FULL. WATER WILL BE FURNISH KB IN Hi’by Hill, in any desired quantities, at all seasons of the year, at a uniform rate and lower than esn be furnished from any other source. Water delivered twice daily to p"i vate families, miners’ cabins, saloons, etc. Tickets ranging from 6'4 to 50 cents apiece will be sold at the office of the company on Ruby Hill. W.B. HARRUB Proprietor. T. W. PEARSON, Superintendent. my» tf____ DAVID LUNDBOM ASSAYS*. Officei Malls etiposlle lbs I’lo uoer Itestaurnul. Mr Accurate assays guaranteed. A SMALL ADVANCE FROM MY FOR MER very low rates will be charged in the future, though fees will still be kept reasonable as possible. Strangers are required to pay in advance. Eurek a. August 22. 1873. au!13-tf To All Whom It May Concern. Notice is hrrkby given that ihe undersigned, being a resident of Eureka county, Stato of Nevada, will ap ply to the District Court of Eureka oounty. State of NevadB, at the Court-houso in Eu reka, in said county, on MONDAY the 18th day of Docember, A, D. 1878, at 10 o’clucK a. n.. of said day, or as Boon thereafter as coun sel can be heard, for an order to do and cariy on business in my own name and on my own account The business I intend to carry on is mining, buying and selling personal property and real estate, saloon end general merchan dising. MATILDA WITTENBERG. Per Geo. W. Bakh, Att’y. Dated this 15th day of November, A. D. 1870._ ____PlO-lW Sewing Machines. \\r j>. HASKELL A CO. ARE NOW W * Agent* for the Singer and Domestic Sewing Machines. They have machines for rent; also, a few secondhand machines which will be sold very cheap. Will also sell ma chines on the installment plan, if desired. sJ-tf PRINTING. Owing is its Superior Facilities, -At I I THE SENTINEL OFFICE Can be executed all kinds of JOB PRINTING AT LOWE R RATES Than any other Office in the State. " Fosters to tell that your geods have come in. Handbills to show when the sale will begin. Dodgers that help you to sell them; streamers for barn doors and fences, where The people will read with an eager stare. And make up their minds right then and there. To buy where those hind bills tall thorn. “Business oards, loo—just examine and choose— Calling sards, neat for your wife to use. The handsomest ever she carried: And then for your daughter—oh, go ’way ! Look at our samples and you will say That such wedding cards couldn't b« made in a day When your daughter's mother was mar ried. “ Well, you’ll need some wedding cards after a while. And you’d better be dead than out of style, bo when you are out on a chase For anything handsome, and stylish, and fine, And nobby, and elegant. sweet and divine, For the cheapest and best in tho printing lins. Just call at tha SctTiym. place. “ Letterheads T—Well, that's a wcakoss with us. It’s the thing about which we make the must fuss, Aad where we have no competition: W c'vo the handsomest sty les and tho host de signs. The most elegant type for the prettiest lines, No matter in what way your taste inclines, Wo can fill out your hardest condition. “ Billheads—to your slow-paying friends to be sent. In designs that will make them pay up every cent. And send for more goods a cash order; Check blanks that are good wliee you can’t rnise a loan. That will all but draw blood from a turnip or stone, That are solvent enough to stand straight up, alone. If you balance them up on the border. “Ball tickets—good as a full stringed band, For your feet will dance when they touch your hand. As they will at tho viol’s sound; And our ball programmes are tha hand somest. sweetest. Daintiest, nobbiest, prettiest,neatest, Cheapest and best, and withal tho complet est That anywhere ever were found. I "Cards for suppers, parties, dinners. Cards for saints and cards for sinnors. Cards for all your orders; Cards for friends to see you married. Cards Jo friends to see you buried, And for friends that still have tarried. Cards with mourning borders. “And for anything else—for the half isn’t told— For everything printed, and published and sold. We can make you the best and the cheap est; Legal blanks, mortgage, lease or deed, Whatever form clerk or lawyer niny need, We can furnish complete in the shortest speed, And in style and shape the neatest. “ Whatever is printed-in any designs— What can ever be made with typical signs, Whatever the graver can trace, For the handsomest work, in the styles most neat, For cuncert room, office. for parlor or stroet, W here prices and quality can not be beat, The Skntissl you'll find is the place." --- ALL ORDERS FOR JOBS \VII,T, BE PROMPTLY ATT ENDED TO. PR0FK88I0XAL. -: — ~ - .~r . „v —jrr. - t.=; A. M. U-ILLHOU8K. W. H. DAVKNPORT HILLHOU8E A DAVENPORT, Attorneys at law. office in tho Odd Fellows’ new building, up stairs, Rooms 1 and 2. Eureka. Nevada. ell Dat. E. Baii.y. C. J. Lansing. LANSING & BAILY. A TTOKNKYS AT I.AW. OFFICE: 2d i\ floor, stone building, .nuthwost cornor of Clark und Main street". Kureka Nev. _mya-tf_ 0. G. HUBBARD. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NO TARY PUBLIC. Office on Clark street, in Whitton's American Exchange building. myl'-if THOS. WREN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ham Street, Eureka, Nevada. it-tf G. W. BAKER. ATTORNEY AT I.AW ANI» A. NOTAKY’ PUBLIC. Office in jiek Inland's Brick Building. Batca • n street. Eureka Nevada. >.U a. c. bishop. r». c. cam. DR-S. BISHOP A CRAM, PHYNIUIANN AND NI7KGEONS. Office on Main treet, opposite l’axton A Oc’e Bank, Eureka. ftrttf GEO. W. MERRILL, Attorney at law, district Attorney for Kuruka county, and No tary Public. Office in tbe Court-house. <>2*(tf THOMAS J. READ, (MVIL ENGINEER AND U. S. DF.P. J uty Mineral Surveyor. Offieo in By- j land’s Brick Building, on the cornor of Buol and Bateman streets, up stairs. mjrll M. ROCkMANT MlL 1)11 YAICIAH, NURUEON, At eoucbeur, Oculist and Aurist. Graduate or tho Imperial .Medi al College of Warsaw, Poland, and id the Pacific Medi cal College, of San Francisco. Office on Clark street, formerly occupied by JustiocK. M. Beatty. mrl2-tt C HAMILTON, D. I). I\KNTIS»T* Booms: Five doors JL/ pouth o • be Skntinkl office. Buel street. Kurekn. f3 s.. OFFICIAL. Application for Patent TO THE SILVER STATE MINE. NO. &>i. I-. 5. Land 0»tici, \ Eureka. Nevada, November 2. 1876. j Notice is hereby given that Gustav Peterson and John P. Peterson, whose p os to flic© address is Eurrka, Nevada, have this day filed thvir application for a pat ent lor 1.472S. linear feet of the Silver State mine or vein bearing silver, with surface ground 200 l'eet in width, situate, lying and hem* in Euroka Mining District, county of Eureka, and State of Nevada, and known and designated by the field notes and official plat on tilo in this office as lot number 111. The exterior boundaries of 'aid lot No. Ill being as follows to wit: Variation lb1* deg. east. Commencing at a post marked No. 1, U. S. survoy No. 111. This non atmds on th* northern boundary of V.!?. Survey No. 73, Grant Lode; when©* post No. I of said survey No. 73 bears N’. 77 deg. E. 128 8-10 feet; th flagstaff in the town o! Eureka bears N. 47 deg. 27 min. E. 12,041 feet; the highest point of ltuby Hill, No. 1 boars N.3 deg. 40 min. W. 3,450 feet: and the mouth of tha Silver Mato tunnel bears N. 37 d^g. 52 min. W. *84 te*t: thence running 1st course S. 77S dog. W. ¥8 4-10 feet, to post marked No. 2, U. 8. Surrey 111, the same b».*ing post No.6 of said survey No 73; thence 2nd course S.tOVg dog. W. 17!» fi-10 feet along said survey No. 73 to post marked No. 3, U. fc*. Survey No. Ill; thence 3d courso N. 29S deg. W. 1,47JX* feet, to post marked No. 4, U. S. survey No. Ill; thence 4th course X. 60S deg. K. 200 feet, to post marked No. 5, U. S. survey No. No. Ill: and thence 5tb course 8. 29*4 deg. ,S. 1,330 P-10 feet' to post No. 1, the place ol beginning, contain ing 0 31-100 acros. This clmm is bounded on the southeast by the Grant mining claim. The location of this mine is duly rocorded in the Recorder’s office of Eureka Mining District, in Rook E, of pape 285. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Silver Mute mino or said min ing ground as hereinbefore described, are ro rjuired to file their adverse claim with the Reg ister of the United Mates Land Office at Eure ka, in the State of Nevada,during the sixty duys period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. n3-60d D. II. I MM EL. Register. TO THE ORIGINAL BALTIC MINE. NO. 355. U. S. Land Omc*. Eureka. Nevada. November 2.187*>. Notice is hereby given that Gustav Peterson and John P. Peterson, whoso postoffice address is Eureka, Nevada, have this day filed their application for a pat ent for 1,000 linear feet of the Original Baltic Mine or vein bearing silver, with surface ground 200 feet in width, situate, lying and being in Eureka Mining District, county of Eureka and State jf N evada, and known and designated by the field notos and official pint on file in this offico ar, Lot No. 112. The exterior boundaries of said Lot No. 112 being as follows, to-wii: variation iuy-j ueg. cast, commencing m h post marked No. 1, U. S. Survey No. 112; whence post No. 1 of V. 8. Survey No. 73, Grant Lode,bear* S. 9deg. 22 min. W. 298 leet; The flagstaff in the town of Kuroka bear* N. 47 dog. 42 min. E., 11,778 fact; the Ligbe*t point of Ruby Hill N'o. 1, bears N. 6 deg. 46 min. W. 3,227 f^et; and the Original Baltic shaft boar* N. 39 dog. W. 608 feet; thence run ning 1st courseS. oOH deg. W. 200 teet. to post marked No. 2, IT. 8. Survey No. 112 ; th nee, 2d course N. 29%jlog. W. 1,090 feet, to po*t marked No. 3, U. S. Survey No. 112 ; thence, 3d course N. 60S deg. K. 2o0 feet, to post marked No. 4, U. 8. Survey No. 112; and thence, 4th course S. 29% deg. R. 1,000 feet to post No. 1, tho place of beginning, containing 4 AM00 acres. This claim is bounded on neither end by any known claimants; the nearest mines are the Silver State und Grant. Tho location of this wine is duly recorded in the Recorder’s Office of Kuroka Mining District, in Book E, of page 227. Any and all persona claiming adversely any portion of aaid Original Baltic Mine or unid mining ground as hereinbefore described, are required to tile their adverse claim with the Register ot the Unitod State* Land Office at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provis ion* of the statute. n3-tf0d D. B. IMMEL, Rogister. j letiiv, Eureka. i. simon, San Francisco I^EVITV & SIMON, mrOKTKRS *XD DIALIClUt IX CIGARS,TOBACCO,ST ATIONERY CONFECIICITBBY, SCHOOL BOOKS, ETC., ETC. Mala Nlrr«l, Knrrl.it, Nevada. nl__ _ 11.GAL BLANKS, OF ALL PESCR1P j tion», printed to order at th» SENTINKL oBioc. , SALOONS. BILLIARDS ! TBS CORNER HAS.U'.ST RECEIVED NEW BILLIARD TABLES, with I*elanv's Patent Wife Cushions, and is to be kept as A FIRST-CLASS SALOON. GEO. TllAClIRK.I Prouri8to„ CLAY SIMMS. ) * ropnetors. apB* ___ COURT EXCHANGE Northeast Corner of Main and P.«teinnn Sts. EUREKA, N E V. None but the finest qualities et liquors and the choicest brands of cizais disponsod at the bar. Connected with the establishment is a Club R o o in And a number et well-furnished card-rooms for private parties. jalitf HANK KNIGHT. Proprietor. FRANK’S SALOON! JOS. MENDES, Prop’r. yy HOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. All kind? of Soda Prink?, flavored with the following EXTKACTS.coflJtRntly on hand: Sara?parilla, Sherrbot, Tear, Blackberry, Ambroeia, Orgeat, Lemon, Ro?o, Nectar, Oransre, Milk Punch, Hock. Vanilla lee Cream, Claret, Oingcr Coffee Cream, Mint. Strawberry, Cho’iato creaniCatawba. Pine Apple, (Jrecian Bend, \N ild Cherry Itunp berry and Don’t Care. RENO and CLUB ROOMS! Money to loan on collateral or approved bu?inee« paper. 27-mhH THE SAZEBAC SALOON. Mai!i Stkkkt, Ebrksa, .SMITH A VAXAXAS, I'KOI' N. REFITTED and REFURNISHED! Making it one of the mo.*f attractive places in Eureka. The Billiard Parlor, Attached to the 3AZSR AC, is the finest bil liurd room in town, containing the newest ami most improved tables. ___ nayJO-tt HENRY lvINI), Wholesale and retail dealer in LIQOURS, WINES AND CIGARS. on ain street, opposite Pioneer Restaurant. TTAVINU JUFT RETURNED FROM Louisville, Kentucky, and bin Fran cisco. California, ami made arrang ments tor regular shipments of goods in inv line o! bus iness, 1 am prepared to outbid all opposition tor quality and prices. Give me a call and find out tho TRUTH of the above assertions f»r yourselves. auStf II. FIN I>. ARCADE SALOON. W. S. BOLAND. : : : : PROPRIETOR, SoIIHi Mnln SI., F.urrkn, ,\«r. U’HB FINEST BRANDS OF WINES. I.HI I OKS AND IIUAUM KOB 8AI.K AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. I will bo pl-aiad to moot all niv obi friend*, and al*o all the new onoe I can make. oU-tf W. 8. BOLAND. PALACE SALOON, East Main street. South of Walls, Fargo A Co. L. ( I.AlGi A\D A. DOTTO, Propr*. HAVE FITTED UP, p? THE Rest style. tho above Saloon, wberothoy will keep only the choicest brands of Liquors and Ci gars. Call and bo convinced. ____ SOT^UUf r. HASTENS CHICAGO BEER DEPOT! Oppopito Well?, Fargo A (V*. T WILL KEEP A CONSTANT HUITLY OF X the celebrated Boca Lager Beer! Pronounced the best in the United States. Fine Wines, Liquor a and Cigars. Also the well-known CHICAGO BREWERY BEEIt. I inrite my friends and the publio in *en ernl to drop in and tako a smile. UyMtf K. HASTEN, LEVIN & BRANDTS’ Bavaria and Boca Beer Depot. Three doors mboro Mayor’s A Franklin's, MAIN STREET. EUREKA. 11TE WILL KEEP ON HAND , ff ft constant supply of tbo celo-j orated Lavaria and Boca Boer: also Vineyard, Prop A Co’s Soseruo do F orgo, and other well known brands ef brandies, bour bon and Kye whiskies, some 21 years’ old, and the finest luiuors ol all kinds at 12S cunts a drink. We have an elegant elevator of the latest pattern for hoisting thu boor, tilled in glasses, cold Iron) the cellar, at thu ticket' thv bell. Free lunch from 11 to 1 o’clock daily; will nUo keep sandwiches of oil kinds, liutcn Herrings, Caviar, Ham, otc. Cigars a spe cialty. MORRIS LEVIN, jS-tf 1,0CIS BRANDT. aru'L moke. r. a. Rsr.sot.pa. J. KVANS, Agent. MORE, REYNOLDS & CO., Importers and Jobbers of WINES AND XiXQUOXlS, 212 California lit., San F rancisco. BflfSole Agent* for Pacific Conat for (1.0. | Blake's Bourbon County Whiskies. y PATENT APPLICATIONS. Application for a Patent TO THE ATLANTIC MINE. NO. 34!>. U. S. Land Office, Eukf.ka, Nev., October 20th, 187o. NOTICE IS 1IEKKRY GIVEN THAT the Richmond Mining Company of Ne yudo, whose l'ostoffioe address is Eureka, Nev.. has this day. bv its duly authorited ugent, It. Rickard, hied its application for a patent for six hundred (000) linear loot of the Atlnutic mine or vein bearing silver, with surface ground two hundred <2&0i feet in width, situate, lying and being in Eureka Mnnng District, county of Eureka, and Stato ot Nevada, and known and designated by the field notes and official plat on file in this office us lot No. 100. The exterior boundaries of said lot No. 10# being as follows, to wit: V ariation, lti** deg. east: Commencing at a post marked No. 1. IJ. 8. Survey No. 10#, the same being post No. 1, U. 8. Survey No. 10#, Arctic Lodo; whence the flagstaff in the town of Eurka bears N.04 dg. 32 min E. 9,600 ft; th* highest point of Ruby Hill No. 1 bears S. 3h deg. 21 min. W., 7147-10 feet; and the Law ton shait ot the Eureka Con«olidated Min ing Company bears S. 3*2 dog. 2# min. K. 1,098 feet; thence running first course \. 38 deg. E. 200 feet to pest marked No, 2, I'. S. Survey No. 100; thonoo second course,.-. *>2Hi deg. E. 000 feet, to post marked No 3, D. S. Survey No. 109; tiienco third course S. 3S d°g. W, 200 fent, to post marked No. 4, U. S. Survey No. 109; the same being post No. 2 of snid survey No. 108; and thence fourth course N\02l* deg. W., 000 fett, along said survey No. 108. to post marked No. 1, the place of beginning, containing 2 71-100 a. res. This claim is bounded on th<* sonthwe-t by the Arctic Mining claim, and on the northeast by the Antarctic Mining claim. The location of this mine is duly recorded in the Recorder’s office of Eureka Mining DDlrict, on page 17#, in book E, ot the Ear** * District Mining Records. Any and ail persons claiming advorsoly any portion of said Atlantic mine or said min ing ground as hereinboforo described< are re quired te file thoir a.iverse claim with the Register of rhe United States Land office at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the 00 days' period of publication hereo , or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. D. R. IMMEL, Register. o2 4-'>0*1 Application for a Patent TO THE ANTARCTIC MINE. no. m U. S. LaxpOfhck, Eub*ka, Not., October 20th, 1876. 'OTICE IS llKRKRV GIVEN THAT _ the Ki hinond Mining (’omnany of Ne vada. whose Post office addles* is Eureka, -Ne vada, has this day, by its duly author zed agent. R. Rickard, filed if# a; plication for a patent for six hundred »f>00.) linear feet of the Antarctic mine or vein bearing silver, with stirfaoe ground two hundred (200) foot in width, situate, lying and being in Eureka Mining District, eouuty of Eureka, and State of Nevada, and known and designated by tho field note# and official plat on file in this of tic© as lot No. 111). The exterior boundaries of said lot No. 110 being as follow*, to wit: Variation. 16% dog. oa«t: Commencing a? a post marked No. 1, U. 8. Survey No. 110, tli • same being post No. 2 of Survey No. |09. Atlantic lode, whence the flagstrff in tho town of Eureka hears N. 15 deg. r» min E.t 9,420 feet, tho highest point or Ruby Hill b-ar* S. .31 deg. 43 uiiu. W., ill4 8-10 feet; and the Lawton shaft ot tho Eureka L'onsoliduted Mptioi Company boars S. 23 deg. 16 min. E.. 1.179 feet; thence running first course N. :-s <lcg. K., 200 feat, to post marked No. 2, U. S. Survey No. 110: theace second course S. t»2;y deg. E. G00 feet to po»t marked No. 3, U. S. Surrey No. 110; thence third courio fi>. 38 deg. WL. JtO foet, to post marked No. 4. II. S. Sur vey No. 110, tho sum© being no«t No. 8. of said survey No. 109; and thence fourth enurro N. 62 4 d*>g. W„ 600 feet, to post No. 1, tho place of beginning, containing 2 71-100 acres. This claim is bounded <<n t ie southwest by ihe Atlantic trine and on the northeast by the Cliff mine. The location of thi* mine i* duly recorded ;n tho Rccordei'# office of Eureka Mining District, on page* 17m and 179, in book K of the Eureka District Mining Records. Any and all p**rson#c Miming adversely any poition of .-aid Antarctic mini* or#uid mining "round as h-roinbefore described, are re quired to file ih ir ad verve claim with the Regis' er of the United State# Land Office at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the «i0 days'period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of th<i provision# of the statute. D. H. l.MMhiL, Register. o24-hOd_ _ Application for Patent TO TUB ARCTIC BSXZCrS. NOTICE NO. ;;4K. U. S. l.Avn Oinra Eureka, Nevada, October 20, 187’#. Y OTICE IS HERF.RN GIVEN THAT i' tho Richmond Mining ( ompanv, '»t Ne vada. whose post-office addross i» Eureka. Nevada, ha* this day. by its duly authorized agent, K. Rickard, filed it* application for a patent for six hundred <*AJ0> linear taet of the Arctic Mine or vein bearing silver, with sur ‘aeegrounr two hundred u06) feet in width, situate, lying and being in Eureka Mining District, county of Eureka and State of Ne vada, and known and designated by the fluid note* and official plat on file In this ©dice ns Lot No. 108, the exterior boundaries of soul Lot No. R)8 being us follow#, to-wit: Variation ld'^Ug east, commencing at a post marked No. 1, U. 5, Survey No. 108, whor-tc the flagstaff in the town of Eureka b«*ars N *»4 dg-32 ra E9,t*06 ft. The highest point of Ruby llil No. 1 bear# 8 36 dg 21 ru \N 714 7-11) ft, and the Lawton shaft of the Eureka Con solidated Mining Company bears S 32 dg 28 m E 1.1198 It. ihence running, 1st course S 62% dg KtiUO It. to post market! No. 2, U. S. Sur vey No. 108. Thence, 2d course, S 38 dg \V 200 ft, to post marked No. 3, IJ. 8. Survey No. 108; this post stands on the noriheastern boundary of survey No. 107, Utah lade. Thence, 3d course, N 62' ? W 600 ft along said survey No. 107 to noat marked No. 4, U. 8. Survey No. 108, whence post No. 2 of said sur vey No. 107 bear# N 62% dg \\ 161 A-IU ft, Mnd thence, 4th course. N *8 dg E 200 ft to post No. 1, the place of boginning, contain ing 2 71*100 acre#. This claim is hounded on tho southwest by the Utah Mining • hum ami on tho northeast by the Atlantic Mining Claim. t he* locution of this mine is duly recorded in the Recorder’s edict at Eureka Mining Dis trict, page 111 in hook U. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Arctic ruin© or said mining ground a# hereinbefore described, are required to file tileir adverse claim with the Register of the United States Land Office, at Eureka, in the Mato of Nevada, during tho sixty days period ef publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of tho provision# of thj Statute. o22mud D. II. I MM KL. Register. Dissolution of Copartnership. '(’ill: COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE I existing between the undumgiiod in the butcheiiug huMiicSH in tho town of Eureka, under the firm mine of liuiiey A Benedict, is hereby dissolved by mutual consent. Ueorga lieiloy is ulono authorised to oollect an<l iooei|»t for oil ftccnuoU duo tho firm and will )«ay all outstanding debt* ugn*n*t tho firm. E. O. HKNKlilCT. <iKO. HA1LE\. Eureka, Oct. ‘.Nth, l«7ti. oclTi-tf rRAlVSiL A2A DIE, Real Estate Dealer BUBL STREET.HJRKKA. NEV Oilin' in llic llrlck lIuililiiiK. I WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE thAt I urn prr pared to buy. soil ami mort gage ical estate in Eureka, ami also ad ranee nionay on good security. Ilnusna to runt suitable lor buainesa or for families. I am also prepared to do a general contract ing business. I will still continue my wholesale liquor es tnblishmoct. VliANK A BAD IE. mr-d-tf PATENT APPLICATIONS. —.— | r .—— —r---- . Application for Patent —TO THS WIDE WEST MINE n o. m ,, .. r. S. Lajcd Okuci, Euukka, N v v.. September 9. 1870 NOTICE IS IIEUKliY OIVEfj that the Adams Hill Consolidated Mining Company, whose I’ostoffiee address is San r raneisco, California, by its duly authorized agent, .!. C. Powell, has this day filed its ap plication for a patent for 8(X) linear foot of the Wide West mine or vein bearing silver, with surface ground 200 feet in width, situate lying and being in Eureka Mining district! county of Eureka and State of Nevada, ar.d known and designated by the field notes and official plat on file in this office as lot No. 105 unsurveyed lands. The exterior boundaries of said lot No. 105 being as follows, to-wit: ^ ariation 16H dg east; commenting at a post marked No. 1, U. S. Survey No. 105, wnence the flagstaff in the town of Eureka bears N ftl dg 49 m K 9.334 feet: the highest. Ponton buby H ill N o. 1 bears 8 3 dg 9 m E 4,1 d ft; the Lawton shaft of the KurokaCon Holidatod Mining Company bears S i.r»dir 20 m ride’wntw"/! 'h® "‘,i0 -l eh?ft bears N «!k?P/Wi . w •,v,f!°.nc° runmrj7. first course, ho Ur VV 200 fr to pout marked No. 2, U. S. thonce, second course N vl dg W *00 ft, to poFt marked aNo. 3, t>\ S. Survey I Cthence, third course, N dr K *>no j ft to post marked No. 4, IJ. S. .Survey No. 105* ; ami thence. fourth oourso, S 31.. dr V Kt)0 ft ! inf's h7d00 acres! '1" “f U‘iDnin*’ I i his claim is bounded on the «ouih by the I Alabama claim. j t he location of this mine is duly recorded in the ltacoider's Office of Eureka Mining I di.-tnct, in book D of page I3j. * Any anti all person* claiming adversely any portion of said WH«, \V*n mine or .-aid ‘min ing ground as heroinb fore described, nro re | ouirod to file tSir adverse *-iaiin with the | Register of the I rated State* Land Office, at 1 Kureka. i:i the State of Nevada, during the I nxty days period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtuo of the provis ions of the .Statute. *pl0-HOd f>. R. IMMEL. Register. Application for Patent TO THE UTAH MIKE. NO. 347.1 1'. S. Laitd Ovin. Evkkxa, N»v., Oct. 20. lK7ei. N'OTKE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT tho Richmond Mining Company of Ne vada. whoso postoffic© uddfe.*s i< Kureka, Nevada, has thi- day, by its duly authorized agent, K. Rickard, filed its application for a patent for eight hundred am! -*v«nty three 7-10 linear feet of the I tab Mine or vein bearing >ilvar, with sur ace ground one hundred and uinety-s«vcn b 10 feet in w idth, situate. lying ar.d being in Kureka Mining I>i.‘trict. county of Kureka, and '•fate «»t Nc. vada, and known and designat'd by the field • notes and offinal plat on file in this office »• * | Rot No. 107, the exterior bonndarioi ot said Lot No. 107 boing as follows, to-wit: I \ ariation 13 Sag u«*t, conmumcirglat a pokt ; marked No. 1, l*. S. burvoy No. l(f7, whence rho flagstaff in the town ©if Eureka b-ars N • ►4 dg lo ni K 10.041 ft. The highest point of Ruby Hill No. 1 bearaSKdg £ m W 331 ft, and tho Lawton »h*ift of the Eureka Con solidated Mining Company, boars 8 31 dg <!»dui K 1,177 ft. Phene© running, 1-t course, N 83 dg K 1?7 O-lo ft, to post marked No. 2, V. S, fiirvty No. 107. Tbon •, 2d course, ds. K 873 7-10 ft to post marked No. .1, V. S. Survey No. 107; this post stands on the northwestern boundary of Survey No. fin, Skylark lode. Thine©. 8<| course, S 31 dg W IWM ft, to post No. 8 * f said survey No. >*, Ik7 0-10 ft to post marked No. t. I . S. Sur rey No. 10L; and thence, 4th com *o, N ti‘2** dg M 7.L 7-10 ft, to post No, 1 o' Survey No. II*. I.units lode, $73 7-10 ft to | <»-t No. 1. the place of beginning, containing 3 to; 100 aerm . This claim i^ bounded OB the southeast by the Skylark Minina Llairn, and ou the north cart by the Arctic Mining Claim. The location of this mine is duly recorded in thi Recorder’s • dice of Lurch a Mining trict in Book 1>. of page 203. Any and all pardons claiming adversely any portion of said l tab mine or s-id iuinil g ground as hereinbeicre described, are re quired to file their adverse claim with the Register of the United States Land office at Eureka, in the Stat© «*f Ne\adu. during tf.e sixty days period of publication hereof, or tho> will be barred by virtue of the provis ions of tho Statute. D. 11, iMNILL, fl234W(i Register. Application for Patent -TO TUB ALABAMA MINS. NO. 339. U. S. Lxvn i 'rm r, F.I'kmu, Sky., September 9, 1M7»L X'OTICI IS HEREBY (i’lVKN THAT v thu Adams Hill ( onsolidatvd Mining ( ompany, whose Rostoftieo address is Snn I rui cisco, i aliforniu. by its duly authorirrd agent, J t\ Rowell, has this day filed us ap. plication for a patont for 1, >00 linear lect of the Alabama mine or vein bearing silver, with fur face ground 200 feet in r idth. sitnat**, lying and l oing in Eureka Mining district, county of Eureka, and State of Nevada, ana known and designated by the field notes and official plat on file in this otlic© as lot number 10<> unaurveyod lands. 'lha exterior boundaries of said lot So. 103 being us follows, to*wit: \ ariation 1*»S dg oast: commencing nt a post marked No. 1. I . S. Survey No. lo*!, the fame being post No. I of L. ?>. Survey No. 10*1, Wide We.»t led®, whenco the flagstaff in tho t< wn <>f Eureka hear* N Mu dg 4« m E 9,334 feet; tho highest point o< Ruby Hill Nr. 1 bears S M -lg ft m K 4,l'.»l ft; tho Lawton shaft ot tho Kureka Consolidated Mining ( otnpuny bears S iodg 20 hi E 4,701 ft, and the Alabama sha t b* ars S 27dg 2"> m W R»> ft; thenro running. tir«t coarse, S 3* tig F 1, >00 ft to post marked No. 2 D. S. Survey in. lOd; th' noe, second course, S MLS dg W 200 ft to poet nm ked No. 3, R. S. Survey No. llM; thence, third course, N 8S <lg W 1,300 it to post marked No. 4, I . 8. Survey No. lOt, tho same being post No. 2 of »nid survey No. lti’i Wide West lode: and thence, fourth course, N SU.-t dg E 200 It along said survey No. lo‘> to pu-t No. 1, to place of beginning, containing h b -10U a« res. This claim in bounded on the north by tbo Wide West claim. 'iho location of thu mine is duly recorded in tho Roeordei's Office of Kurvka Mining district, in book K of page 240. Any and ail persons claiming Adversely any portion of Nuia Alabama mine or said mining ground ms hereinbefore desciibod, are re quired to file their advos© claim with the Register ot the Hnitod States Land Llfice at Eureka, in the ctate ot Nevada, during th»* sixty (lava period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue ot tho provis ions of tho Statute. spld-ood1>. B. LMMKL, Register. San Jose Savings Hank, -~vl Santa Clara Street Sun Jose. Cal., Capital, Stock, - - - $600,000. Toid in Stock Gold Coin. $300,000. Asactii Jon. 1,, 1075, $1,324,155.52. UK POSIT RECEIPTS ISSUED, BE/R iri* it, crest PROM DATE 01 DEPOS IT at wlX PER CENT., payable on demand; EftillT PER CENT., payable in six months, and NINE par cent, payable in twelve mouths. Receipts are preferable to pars books, be cause tlm interest is puid promptly at th< end of six months from date el elicit deposit, they may also be transferred by indorsement, and principal with interest will be paid to bolder. Pass books issued, if desired, and same rate of interest allowed. Do posits It. to the interior, or trom tiny port of the United SIntel or Europe, may he sent by express, or by exchange on trail FroncDco 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 l ass Book—as preferred— will bt. promptly roturnod. Remittances in Currency Exchange will bo credited in gold at current rate. JOHN II. MOORE, 11. II. RKYN'ORDSire mhT-ly President. Cash,