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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
HOTELSi ETC. Turner House Restaurant, ■U. K. K. Blows, Proprietress. Board by the Week, Day or Month. I WILL ENDEAVOR TO please by customers and de serve their patronace in the fu ture as I hare in the past The tables will always be rurnisned from a sub stantial larder. If you want THE BEST BOARD IB TOWN, Try the Turner House Restaurant under the sew regime. MRS. E. E. BROWN. alB-tf_ Hurrah for the Railroad! BILLY GILLEN TO THE FBONT. Board, $7 a Week) Single Meals, 37 1-2 Cents. Silver Brick Hotel, South Main street. Eureka. On and after November, 1, 1875, the anove prices will be charged at the Silver Brick. o24tf WE. GILLEN, Proprietor. American Lodging House. Cernerof Main and Clark Sts., Eureka, Nev. MRS. 8. J. DILL, PROPRIETRESS. I TAKE THIS METHOD OF INFORM ing my frionds and tho public generally that I have taken the above house. The rooms are clean, comfortable and quiet. A share of the patronage of the public is re spectfully solicited. Rooms by the day or week. d24tf MRS. S. J. DILL. i. L. HUVCKLRY. J, H. LOCK WOOD PARKER HOUSE, EUREKA, NEV. Hinckley Jk Lockwood, Proprietors. The rooms are spacious and (applied with Spring Reds throughout. THE BAR Is furnished with the finest Liquors and Cigars that can be purchased. A nitPeless Restaurant on the Firm* Floor. The Palisade, Hamilton, Austin, Tybo and Belmont Stages, all stop at this House. JM-nlB UNITED STATES BAKERY and Restaurant. JOHN HUEBNER, PROP’R. SERVED UP AT ALL TIMES, IN THE most approved style, Fiih, Game, And the best BEEF. PORK and MUTION to be procured in the market. Meals at all hours. BREAD. PIES, CAKES, ete. Pastry for ball suppers gotton up on short notiee. WEDDING CAKES a specialty. Ail articles delivered free of charge. Orders solicited. au23tf TURNER HOUSE. MAIN STREET-.EUREK K, NEV. This house has been refitted throughout, containing a large number of COMMODIOUS and ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS, Suitable for familioe or single gentlemen. Bar and Billiard room, with a fine as sortment of LIQUORS and CIGARS. auStf & J. TURNER, Proprietor. OTTAWA HOTEL. OPPOSITE RICHMOND FURNACE. Main street. Eureka. J. S. Allan would respectfully announce to his many friends that he has completed the erection of the above house and intends con ducting it aa a first-class boarding-house and hotel. The table will at all seasons be fur nished with the choicest goods to be lound in the Eastern and California markets, regard less of expense, while it the bar will be found the 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 eomfort of his guests, and make the OTTAWA HOTEL one of the leading houses in Kastorn Nevada. Meals will be served at all hours. Board per week, t7. Drinks and cigars, 11% cents. j. s. Allan. d3tf Proprietor. LAFAYETTE RESTAURANT. Eureka Hotel Building, Main Street, Eureka. nENRY SCHAEFER. Proprietor. • |(l Hay sal Sight, T>RIVATB ROOMS ATTACH X ed to the Restaurant, Oys ters, Fish. Game, Chickens, Tur keys, Ducks, and all the delica- ‘ an aDuaaant market constantly on dotf PINTO HOTEL, PINTO,.NEVADA ■iMltnh JInr sjr, Proprietress. The table will at all time* be lupulied with tho bMt the market affordi. PRICES REASONABLE. Regular boarders and transient custom solicited. d(i. Dissolution of Copartnership. rpHE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE JL existing between Q. 11. Smith and J. S. Burlingame, under the firm name of Smith A Burlingame, is this day dissolvod by mutual consent Either party will collect all bills and pay all liabilities of the old firm. J. S. BURLINUAME. dellMd* O. H. SMITH. r. H. HAKMOir, pOUNTY CLERK, AND EX-OFFICIO Clerk of the District Court of the Sixth ludicial District, in and for the County of Eureka, State of Nevada. OONVEYANCINO, tn all its branches, correctly executed. Ao tnowledgments. Affidavits, etc., taken in any >art of the town. Office: Froat corner room at the Court ouse. d6-3m PRINTING. Owing to its Snperior Facilities, -AT— THE SENTINEL OFFICE Can be exocuted all kind* of JOB PRINTING AT LOWE R RATES Than any other Office in the State. “ Posters to tell that your goods have come in, Handbills to show when the salo will begin. Dodgers that help you to still them; Streamers for burn doors and fences, whoro The people will read with an eager stare. And mako up their minds right then and there, To buy whoro those handbills tell them, “Business cards, too—just examino and choose— Calling cards, neat for your wife to uso, The handsomest ever she carried; And then for your daughter—oh, go ’way ! Look at our suinpios and you will say That such wedding cards couldn’t bo made in a day When your daughter’s mother was mar ried. “ Wo’.l, you’ll need some wedding cards after a while. And you’d bettor bo dead than out of style, So when you are out on a chase For anything handsome, and stylish, and fine, And nobby, and elegant, sweet und divine. For the cheapest and bost in the printing lino. Just call at the Simixkl. place. “ Letterheads 7—Well, that’s a weakess with us. It’s the thing about which we mako the most fuss, A»d where wo have no competition; We’vo the handsomest styles and the bost de signs, The most elegant typo for tho prettiest lines, No matter in what way yuur taste inclines. We can till out your hardest condition. “Billheads—to your slow-paying frionds to bo sent. In designs that will make them pay up every cent. And send for more goods n cash order; Check blanks that are good wbeu you can’t raise 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 tho border. “Ball tickets—good as a full stringed band, For your feet will dance when they touch yeur hand. As they will at the viol’s sound; And our ball programmes aro the hand somest, sweetest. Daintiest, nobbiest, prettiest, neatest, Cheapest and best, and withal the complet est That aiywhere ever wore found. “ Cards for suppors, parties, dinners. Cards for saints and cards for sinners. Cards for all your orders; Cards fur friends to see you married, Cards to friends to see you buried, And for friends that still havo tiuried, Carda with mourning bordors, “ And for anything else—for the half ia n’t told— For everything printed, and published and sold, We can make you the bost and the cheap est; Legal blanks, mortgogo, lease or deed. Whatever form clerk or lawyer msy neod. Wo can furnish complote in the shortest ■peed. And in style and shape the noatest. “ Whatever li printed—in any dosigns— What can ever be made with typical signs, Whatever the graver can traco. For the handsomest work, in the styles most neat, For concert room, office, for parlor or street, U here prices and quality can not be beat, The SgttTiNEL you’ll find is tho place.” ALL ORDERS FOR JOBS AT LL BE PROMPTLY .1TTLXLLL TO. PROFESSIONAL. A. M. HILLHOUBK. W. H. DAVKMPOBT IIILLHOUSE A DAVENPORT, Attorneys at i.aw. office in the Odd Fellows’ new building,up stnirs, Rooms land 2. Eureka. Nevada. ell Dat. E. Baii.y. C. J. Lamsimo. LANSING & BAILY, Attorneys at i.aw. office: 2,1 floor, stone building, southwest corner of Clark and Main streets. Eureka Nov. wy21-tf_ C. G. HUBBARD. Attorney at i.aw anii no tary public. Office on Clark stroet, in Wbitton’s American Exchange building. mylb-tf THOS. WREN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Main Street, Eureka, Nevada. _rt-tf G. W. BAKER. ATTORNEY AT I.AW AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Office in Jick h'yland's Brick Building, Baton »t, street. Eureka Novada. *»H A. C. BISHOP. D. C. CKAM. DRS. BISHOP A CRAM, PHYSICIANS All) SURGEONS, Office on Main treet, opposite Paxton A Co’s Bank, Eureka. flrftf GEO. W. MERRILL, Attorney at law, district Attorney for Eureka county, and No tary Public. Office in Hyland’s Brick Building. o2:>tf THOMAS J. READ, CIVIL ENGINEER AND l . S. OKI* uty Mineral Surveyor. Office in Hy land’s Brick Building, on the corner of line) and Batoman streets, upstairs. tnyll C HAMILTON, D. D. S.. DENTIST, Fooms: Fivo doors south o : he Skntinkl office, i Fuel street. Eureka. f3 EUREKA, HAMILTON and P10CIIE STAGE LSKE. Gilmer A .Salisbury, Proprietor*. Connecting with the eureka and Palisade Railroad. Leaves Eureka for Hamilton every morning at 7 o’clock. Leaves Hamilton for Piocho every alternate day, Sundays included. Leaves Hamilton for Eureka every day. Loaves Pioehe for Hamilton and Eureka every alternate day, at & a. >!,, Sundays in cluded. Carry ing IT. S. Mail and Wells, Fargo A Co’s Exi>ross. Fine American horses and new Concord coaches. Oftico at Wells, F’urgo & Co’s. mrlo-tf STAGE LINE BETWEEN AUSTIN AND SUREEA. Connecting ox and after mon day, JULY SI, lS7d, at The Willows WITH STONED AUGER’S STAGE LINE For Belmont. Stages leave Eureka on Monday, Wednes day and Friday mornings, ut B o'clock. Stages leave Austin Tuesday, Xhurslay and Saturday morning, at B o'clock. BaS"Passengers by tnie lino will be furnish ed excellent meals at the Willows Station, whoro amplo time will bo given tor dinner each way. J. A. WILSON, Proprietor. Office at the Parker House, Eureka. jy2Stf J. L. Hinckley, Agent. T. J. BELL S STAGE LINE THROUGH TO BELMONT, VIA TYBO. ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER28TII. AND every fourth day thereafter, the utages will leave EUliEKA at 8 o’clock a. m., ar riving in Belmont the next day at 2 o’clock I*. M. Returning, will leave BELMONT at 7 a. u., arriving in Eureka the next day at noon. Office at Wells, largo Sc Go’s office Good coaches and fine stock. n27tf San Jose Savings Hank, 28U Santa Clara Street Sun Joso, Cal.. Capital Stock, - - - $600,000. Paid in Stock—Gold Coin, $300,000. Assets Jan. 1„ 1875, $1,324,155.52. Deposit receipts issued, bear ingir.iorest FROM DATE OF DEPOS IT at SIX PER CENT., payublo on demand; EIGHT PER CENT., payable in six months, and NINE per cent, payable in twelve months. Receipts are preferuble to pass books, be cause the interest is paid promptly at tbi end of six months from date of ouch deposit, thoy may also be transferred by indorsement, and principal with interest will be puid to holder. Pass books issued, if desired, and same rate of interest allowed. De posits from the interior, or from any part of the United Etatos or Europe, may be sent by express, or by exchange on Ean Francisco or New York, in gold or curroncy. Parties remitting will state the time for which the deposit is to bo made, and u Deposit Receipt or Pass Book—as proferrod—will bo promptly roturnod. Remittances in Currency Exchange will bo credited in gold at current rate, JOHN II. MOORE, B. H. KEYNOLDEire mh7-ly President. Cash, FRANK ABADXE, Real Estate Dealer BULL STREET.EUREKA, NEV Office In the Brlcjt Iliilltllu;;. T WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE X that 1 uni prepared to buy. soil end mort gage roal estate in Eureka, and also advance money on good security. Houses to rent suitable lor businoss or for families. I um also prepared to do a general contract ing business. I will still continue my wholesale liquor es tablishment. FRANK AUAD1E. nir23-t< Caution to the Public. All persons are cautioned against purchasing any interest in the Fiagle of Liberty mine, in this district, ex cept from the undersigned, as the title of the entire property is vested in mo. d£>tf JOHN CULLEN. IKOAI. HI.ANHN. OF’ ALL DESCRIP i tious, printed to order at the SENTIN EL office. SALOONS._ BILLIARDS ! % T2IS coziwua. HAS JUET RECEIVED NEW BILLIARD TABLES, with Deiuny’s I’atont Wire Cushions, and is to bo kopt as A FIRST-CLASS SALOON. CLAY™ MM.I'M ^opriotors. aplit_ COURT EXCHANGE Northeast Corner of Main and Ratoinan Sts. EUREK A, N E V. XTONE BUT THE FINEST QUALITIES of liquors and the choicest brands of cijais dispensed at the bar. Connoctcd with the establishment is a Club n o o in And a number ef wcll-ftirnishod card-rooms for private partio*. jalJtf 11ANK. KNIGHT. Proprietor. FRANK’S SALOON! JOS. MZMDES, Prop’r. 1I7TI0LKSALE AND RETAIL DEALER >V in Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. All kinds ot Soda Drinks, flavored with the following EXTKACTs.consiuntly on hand: Sarsaparilla, Sherrbot, Pear, Blackberry, Ambrosia, Orgeat., Lemon, Hose, \octar. Orange, Milk Punch, Hock, Vanilla Ice Cream, Claret, Ginger CoffeeCreum, Mint, Strawberry, Cho’lato crcamCnta .vba. Pine Apple, Grecian Bond, Wild Cherry Raspberry and Don’t Caro. and CEOJ3 2XOOI.23! Money to loan on collateral or approved business paper. 27-mhli THE SAZERAC SALOON, Main Strkkt, Ecrkr^. StllTIl & t'A\AVAN. PIIOI-H. REFITTED and REFURNISHED! Making it one of the most attractive places in Eureka, The Billiard Parlor, Attached to the SAZEKAC, is the finest bil liard room in town, containing the newest and most improved tables. myJfl-tt IIENR Y K I TV I> , Wholesale and retail dealer in LIQ0UR5, WINES AND CIGARS, on ain street, opposite Pioneer Restaurant. TT A VINO JUFT RETURNED FROM Louisville, Kentucky, and Sin Fran cisco, California, and made nrrang in on t s for regular shipments of good* in mv lino of bus iness, 1 am prepared to outbid all opposition tor quality and prices. Uivo mo a call and find out the TRUTH of theabovo assertions for yourselves. auStf H. KIND. ARCADE SALOON. W. S. BOLAND, : : : : PROPRIETOR, Soutii Main St., Kurrka, Sev. 'JMIE FINEST BRANDS OF WINES. LI 4110 KK AM) CIUAICS FOB SAM! AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. I * ill bo pi ascd t<> moot nil my old friends, and also c.11 tko nor onus 1 can make. oSl-tf W. S. BOLAND. PALACE SALOON, East Main streot. South of Wells, Fargo A Co. L. «I. A UK AM) A. liO II4). I*ro|>'rM, HAVE FITTED DP, IN THE Best Stylo, the abovo Saloon, irhurothey will keep only tho choicest brumls of Liquors and Ci gars. Call and be convinced. ___ nov2l-sltf F. SCASEEKT3 CHICAGO 1IEEK1 DEPOT! Opposite Wells, Fargo & Co’». I WILL KEEP A CONSTANT SUPPLY OF the celebrated Boca Lager Beer! Pronouncod tho best in the United States. Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Also the well-known ClilCAtiO lilfEH ERY BEER. I invito my friends and the public in gen eral to drop in and take a smile. mymtf F. HASTEN. BRANDT’S Bavaria and Boca Beer Depot. Three door* above Meyer’s Si Eranklin’?, MAIN STREET, EUREKA. WE WILL KL» ON HAND , u constant supply of tbo cclo-; brutuil Bavaria ami Boca licur; also' \ ineyaru, Prop X CVs Sazerac do Forge, and other welt known brumiH of brandies, bour bon mid bye whiskies, soimi dl years’ old, and the finest liquors of all kinds at la1, cents a drink. Wo have an elegant elevator of tho latest pattern lor buisting the boor, tilled in glassos, cold irorn tho ccllur, at tho ticket the boll. tree lunch from 11 to 1 o’clock daily; will also koep sandwiches of all kinds, Itutca Herrings, C'aviur, Ham, otc. Cigars a spe cialty. J3-tf LOUIS UK A NUT. tua’b MOttK. y. B, nttrNOI.PS. J. EVANS, Agent, MORE, REYNOLDS & CD., Importers and Jobbers of wmss AND LIQUORS, 212 California St., San Francisco* ttlTaSoIe Agents for Pacific Coast for G. 0. JiUko’s lioarbon County \Vhiskios. 9 PA TENT A PPL 1C A T1QN8. Application for Patent £'0 THIS UTAH MXXUE. NO. 347.1 U. 8. Land Office, Eureka, Nkv., Oct. 20. 1870. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT il the Richmond Mining Company of Ne vada, whoso nostoffico address is Eureka. Novada, has this day, by its duly authorized agent, R. Rickard, filed its application for a patent for eight hundred and seventy throe 7-10 linear foot of tho Utah Mino or vein bearing silver, with surface ground one hundred and ninoty-seven 0-10 feet in width, situate, lying and being in Eureka Mining District, county of Eureka, and State of Ne vada, and known and designated by tho field notes and official plat on file in this office as Lot No. 107, tho exterior boundaries of said Lor, No. 107 being as follows, to-wit: Variation l'»‘?dgeast, commoncinghit a post marked No. 1, U. S. Survey No. 107, whence the flagstaff in tho town of Kuroku b-arsN 04 dg 10 m E 10.014 ft. The highest point of Ruby Hill No. 1 boars S 8dg 38 m W 331 ft. and tho Lawton shaft of the Eureka Con solidated Mining Company, bears 8 54 dg •Vim E 1,177 ft. Thence running, 1st course, N 31 dg K 197 0-10 ft, t' post marked No. 2, 1. 8. Survr No. 107. Thence, 2d course, S>tf2.‘a dn E 87;; 7-10 ft to post marked No. 3, 1. 8. Survey ^o. 107; this post stands on the northwestern boundary of Survey No. 58, Skylark lode. Thence, 3d course, 8 33 dg \\ IS'.1 ft, to post No. 0 of said survey No. .VI, 107 0-10 ft to post marked No. 4, O, 8. Sur vey No. 107; and thence, 4tb course, N 02dg \V 7.9 7-10 It, to post No, 1 of Survey No. 40, Lupita lode, 873 7-10 ft to post No. 1 tho place of beginning, containing 395-1W acre®. This claim is bounded on the southeast by the Skylark Mining Claim, and on the north cast by the Arctic Mining Claim. The location of this mine is duly recorded in the Recorder’s office of Eureka Mining Dis trict in Book D, of page 2 3. Any ami all persons claiming adversely any portion of said l tali mine or a.iid mining j ground as hereinb loro described, are ro- j quired to file tlicir adwrso claim with the Register of the United States Land Office at Eureka, in tho State of Nevada, during the j sixty days period of publication hereof, or 1 fho> wiil be barred by virtue of the provis ion® of'the Statute. D. B. 1MMEL, o22-«fid Register. SHERIFF'S SALE. I>Y VIRTUE OF AX EXECUTION If> J[) sued out of the District Court of Eureka county State of Nevada, on the 2dh day of December, A. D. 1S78, at 12 v., and to mo di rected an t delivered, for a judgment ren dered in said t’ourt on thelUth day i f Decem ber,. A. 1). 1878, in favor of M. U. Bartlett plaintiff and against the Eureka Odd Follows Building Association defendant, jor seven thousand five hundred and eighty and six one-hundredths (57,780 8-100 dollars in 1. S. gold coin, with interest in like gold coin at the rate of two (2) per cent, per month on five thousand one hundred and thirty-seven and seventy- eight one hundredths* »,rr.78-lon< dollars from J une 1st, 1>77; also interest on four hundred and ninety and seventy-nine j one-hundred hs <SiM).7'J-l(Hb dollars at the ra'e of two [2» percent. i"*r month from No vember 1st. 1877; also i trr. st on one thou sand four hundred and fifty-one and forty nine one-hundredths < 1,1.1.1 !-l< o dollars from March llth, 187>; also with interest on five hundred (?7-»0) dollars at the r.it * of tw<S» • 2> per cent, per month from May 10th, 187 *. to draw interest on the above amounts until pa d at tho above rates, together with dam ages. and sixtv-threc and thirty onc-hun dreth' (5‘ib;o- 1*M>» dollars, in I . S. gold coin, costs of suit, together with all eo>t» that may hereafter accrue, 1 have on this, th«2dh day of December, A. D. 1878, at 12 o’clock M., lev ied on the following real estate property, to wit: Lying and being in the town of Eureka, in Eureka county, Nevada, in tho McCoy Survey, of tho town of Eureka, in block 2, of tho McCoy Survey, and lot 2, 27 by 100 loot, and south 10S feet of lot 1, block 2, of the McCoy Purvey of the town ot Eureka, Front loy feet on the eaitaide oi Main street, ur.d extending hack to Buel street; also tlm building situated tlieroon, and known as the Odd Fellows Building and Odd Fellows’ Hall, together all a d singular tho torn mints, hereditament* and appurtenances thereto be longing or in anywise appertaining. Notice is hereby given, that on the 18th day of January, A. D. 1877, between tho hours of it o’clock a. m. and 7 o’clock r. w., viz* at 12 o’clock >/., I will sell all tho right, tirlo, claim and interest of tho s.iid defend ant, tho Eureka Odd Fellows Building Asso ciation of, in and t * tho nbovo described property, at tho Court-house, at public auc tion, for cash in hand, to the highost and b st bidder, to satisfy said execution and all co.-t*. Eureka, Eurekacounty, Nevada, December 2iKh, 1878. GEO. W. GILMORE, Sheriff'. By S. B. Brlim Deputy. d 0 Sole Trader’s Notice. fVO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : I You wiil please take notice that the ur dorsigned being a married woman, a resident '»f Eureka county, btate of Nevada, will a - ply to tho District t ourt of tho Sixth Judi cial District, in and for Eureka county, at tho Court-house, in Eureka,on Till Ii>I).\Y, tho 11th day of January, 1877, at ten o’cb ck a. m.j of said day, or as noon thereafter aw coun sel can.bo heard, for an order of said court, to cany on busmens in her own name nr, l on her own account. '1 ho business which sho intsr.ds to curry on is tho furniture business, manufacturing and general merchandising und undertaking, and buying and selling real estate. GATHER IN E SCHU'AMR. I*er (I. W I*a kmc, her Attorney. Eureka, Nev., Dec- 5th, 1S7(5. dl(Mvr Yor.xi's CONFECTIONERY! /TAN DIRS. ITU UTS, N UTS A N I) C< >N UKC. “ 7 7TONKKY nianufac red by mji'e'f, ut tho ne,v Uonfoctionery St e, on The East Side of Main Street, opposite Meyers it Era e. tin's. No Old Imported Co ceiioaery ! All Confectionery Manufactured by Myself. pir I DEFY OPPOSITION. <y21-tf VI. YOtINU PIONEER Barber Shop & Eath House, First door north of the Pioneer Restaurant. North Mai” street. Eureka. 'IMIE UNDKRS'GNKO, HAVING RE x contjy oponeu the abc vo establishment' offers his professional services o all who desire a first-class nhysiognomi al HAIR CUT. or an ecstatic SHAVE. Hair Cutting, 50 conth. Shampooing* 50 cents. Connected with the c*tuh* m*"* lishtnent aro several neat and V •, • -. w. r>c*ogunt Rath Rooms, w here \j1Ns the most dosirnblo Hot or Cold Ruths can ho hud at all times. DATriS, £0 CENTS. A share 0 public patronage is solicited. JAMES M. M. MOODY. Prop*r. NOTICE. VTOTICK IS HEttKIiY UIVEN THAT I Is have purchased the entire stock of goods and debts due the linn of J. COHN 4fc RKO., and will hereafter carry on the busi ness at the oi l stand in Eureka. Nevada. All debts duo the old firm aro payable to me. P. HER WIN. Eureka, Doc. 10, 1H7.». dclOtf T. J. MATJPIN, jyOTAUY 1'UIiLlC, HEAL ESTATE AH ENT, Conveyancer, Collector, Etc. All ordur. promptly attended to. no21-tf s PA TENT A PPLICA TION&. --3---—__ Application for Patent I -TO THE CURTS AND KELLER Mljfc No. 801. IT. 8. RaWII GFFIOK, Eureka. Nevada, Dee, 18, isrs Notice is hereby given that! G. Rich, whose postoifice address is ,\o, field. California, has this day filed hj< tdication fora pntent for InOO linear feet t the Cults and Keller mine or vein brari», silver, with surface ground 800feet in width situate lying and being in the Diamond Mil.' ing district, county of White Pine, and Sm of Nevada, and known and designated liyth! field notes and official plat on file in this oilico as lot nuiub-r 38. Thoexterior hour' ni ios of said lot No. 38 being as follows a wit: ' * Variation Vi'/Z dg east, commencing at, post marked No. 1, IT. 8. Surrey No.® whence post No. 1, II. S. Survey No. 87, ]nj'.' Champion lode bears 8 81 dg lb ni VV J im5; Clayt ’n Peak No. 1 bears 8 3 dg f>7 m h'aitif ' the furnaco stack of the Champion Coup, ' dated Mining and Smelting Company's nace bears N 88 dg W b,:(V> ft, and t|,„ and Keller shaft bears N lb dg W pjsit thence runni g first course N 83S dg u ly,; ft 'o post marked No. 2, I . 8. Survey \0 thence second course N b'iS dg K GOO ftto !„ marked No. 8, C. 8. Survey No. 88; third course S 3:!>jdg K IbOO ft, to post mark™ No. I, C. 8. .Survey No. :i.s; .,nd thonco tonnl course 8 dg W 800 It lo I ost No. 1. t!a piece of beginning, containing twenty t,i-py, acres. 1 his claim is bounded on neither end ,,y any known claimants; the nearest mine ij the Champion, The location of this mire is duly record*) in tho Recorder’s Office of Dianmrd Mia,„. district, in book A, pages 172 and 173. 1 Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Curts A Kell, r mine or sjjd mining ground as hereinbeforodeseribed, ar« required totilo tNir adverse claim with' the Register of the I nitod States I,and t tlieo, at Eureka, in tho State of Nevada, during the sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtuo of the rrovis. ions of tlio Statute. dcRMlUd I). II. I MM EE, Register. Application for Patent j TO THE SILVER STATE MINI NO. S54. U. S. Laud Omcie* > Eureka. Nevada. November 2. 1870. f V'OTICK IS IlKKKIiY til YEN THAT IN Bustav l’cterson and John 1\ l'< t* r ,,r>, whose postoffico address is Kur-ka, Nevada^ have this dnv filed their application for a pap enr tor 1,I72Y» linear feet of the >ilyer State mine or vein bearing silver, with surface ground 200 feet in width, situnP*, lying and being in Eureka Mining District, county of Eureka, and State of Nevada, and known and designated by the field notes arid official plat or tile in this office as lot number 111. Th« exterior boundaries of < aid lot No. Ill being as follows to wit: Yariatiou MY deg, cast. Commencing ut a post marked No. 1, l\ S. survey No. 111. Ibis post stfrds on th<» northern boundary of I S. Survey No. 7.1, Grant Lode; whence cost No. 1 of said survey No. 78 boars N . 77 d. g. E. HE MO feet: th tbigstuff in the town ot Eureka bears N.-fT deg.27 min. E. 12,011 feet: tho highest poirt of Ituby ilill. No. I bears K.tfdeg. 10 min. VV. 8.459 feet: und the mouth of the>ilver Staid tunnol bears N. 87drg. 52 min. W. 881 feet; th'-nce running 1st course S. 77Y deg. AV. p ■4-10 feet, to post marked No. 2, U. 8. Survey 411* tho same being post No.0 of said sun>r No 78; thcnco 2nd course S.H» deg. W. P b-10 feot along said survey No. 75 to port marked No. 8, \ . >. Survey No. Ill; thence 8d course N. 29 .S deg. W. 1,»7.Y. feet, to pod marked No. I, E. S. survey No. Ill; tbcnw 4th eourso N. <t0lA deg. K. 200 foot, to poet marked N« . >, l .8. survey No. No. i»i: id tbunco 5th course S. 29 S deg. S. 1,850 ij-10 fr*n to post No. 1, tho place of beginning, contain* ing 0/81-100 acres. This claim is bounded on tho southeast by the Brant mining claim. ! Tho location of this mine is duly recorded in tho Recorder's office of I urea a Mioicf District, in Hook E, of pope 285. .Ary and all persons claiming adversely nry portion of said Silver State mine or said min ing ground as hereinbefore desertb« d. are re quired to file»their adverse claim with the Reg ister of the Enited States Land Office at Eurr ka, in the State of Nevada, during the sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will bo barred by virtue of tho provision® of the statute. n8-i«»d D. li. IMMEL. Register. Application for Patent TO T*iU ORIGINAL BALTIC MINE. NO. 355. C. S. Lvnp On :cr. Eureka. Nevada. November 2. 1K7'I. Notice is hekerv gi\ln that Gustav I’otergon and John I*. Peterson, whose I'o.-toffice address i.» Eureka, Neva^'t, lm. e this day i.led thiir application for a i a* ent for 1,000 linear feet of tho Original lialtic Mine or vein bearing silver, with surface ground 209 fecr tn width, situate, l> ing and being *n Eur-ka Mining District, county of Eureka and Mu.'e „ t Ne.ada.and kicwnand designated by the field notes and official plat on lil« in this oITum a* Eot No. 112. Tho exterior botind'irics of taid Eot No. 112 bei;*g as follow*, to-wit: Variation ld'v deg. east, commencing at a post marked No. 1, E. S. Survey No. IK.'; ■vhence post No. 1 o‘ l . S. Survey No. 78, Brant Lode,ht ars S. 9deg. 2 ' min. AV. 298 feet; The flugsf'ttt in the town of Eureka bears N. 47 dog. 42 min. E., 11,77s feet; tho highest point of Ruby Hill No. 1, bears N. 8 deg. H min. W. 8,227 feot; and tho Original lialtic shall hears N. 89 deg.'V. OPS feet; thcnco run ning 1st course S. BO‘v d* g. \A. 200 foot, to port marked No. 2, E. S. Survey No. 112 ; th nee. 2d course N. 29’.;. deg. AV. 1,0U0 feet, to i ost marl- oil No. 8, C. S Survey No. 112 ; thence, Jd course N. 1*0S» deg. E. 200 feet, to polt marked No. 4, E. S. Survey No. 112; »nd thence, 4th course S. 2'♦1 ■. deg. E. 1,000 feet t<> post No. 1, tho place of beginning, containioi 4 5'-100 acres. This claim is bounded on neither end by any known claimants; tho nearest mines are the Silver State and Brant. Tho location of ibis mine is duly rreorded in tho Recorder’s i 'flico of Eureka Mining District, in Hook E, ot page 227. ; Any and all persons claiming adversely ary portion of said Original lialtic Mine or sent ■ mining ground as hereinbefore described, are required to flic their adverse claim with th® Register ot the Enited States Land Office it Eureka, in tho State of Nevada, during th® sixty days period of publication hereof,?* they will bo barred by virtue of tho provis ions of fho statute. n t-tiOd D. II. 1M M EL. Register, j ASSESSMENT NOTICE. ADAMS DILI- CONSOLIDATED MIN I Mi COMPANY.—-Location of prineh pal place of business San Francisco. 1a><>* tion of work* Fureka Mining District, hu* roka county, Nevada. . . Notice is horoby givon, that at a mooting of tho lkuid of Directors, held on tho 7th d»f of l)ee< mbor, 167H, an assessment. No. M‘ twenty-live cents per sbaro was L vied up'jn the capital stock of tho corporation, payaul0 immediately in United States gold coin, to tho Secretary, at tho otlico of the c<<mpan>, room 117, Nevada Block No. JWd, Montgomery strew* Sun Francisco, California. Any stock upon whidi this assessment slum remain unpaid on Friday, llio 12th day 01 .ianuary, 1677, will be delinquent, and advt'r* tifed for sale at public auction; and payment is made before will be sold on 1’ day, tho 2d day of February 1677, to I,ftV 1 delinquent assessment, together with 01 advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Directors. \Y. W. TBAYLOB, Secretary. Otlico: Boom No. .*57, Nevada Block No. • Montgomery street, San Francisco, Caliiorni dcli-4w NOTKCE ! ALL I’AllTIES INDEBTED TOU-S WILE save thomsolvcs trouble by luimediai settlement. N. y, TROWBRIDGE & CO. Tybo.Nov.H. Ib7b- ntitf