Newspaper Page Text
EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
ORES PURCHASED. TheTybo Con. M.Co. of Tybov JJAVING COMPLETED THEIR Milling, Smelting, and Refining Establishments, Ar. prepared to pnrehaie and Pay Highest Bates for Pree Mill ing and Base Ores. For Particulari addreir, M. D. HOWELL. Manager, ja30-3m Tybo, Njre county, N< yada. Palace Hotel! SAN FRANCISCO. GRADUATED PRICES. Booms with Board, • • $3 per Day. Booms with Board. - • 94 per Day. Booms without Board, $1 per Day. And Upwards. Warren Leland, - - Lessee. f4.2m 0. K. Tonsorial Establishment. W9f. ANDERSON, Proprietor. At this establishment is in iured a first-class shave, stylish hair cut, a refreshing sham poo. and a luxurious hot and cold bath. Main street, one door above my old place. d27.trWM. ANDERSON. CORNER BARBER SHOP. Adjoining the Conor Saloon. HENRY CASEY, • •' PROPRIETOR. Newly fitted dp with all the lateet improvement*. ROCHESTER CHAIRS. The Best Artists Only Employed. A Clean Towel for Every Customer. splOtf PIONEER Barber Shop & Bath House, First door north of the Pioneer Restaurant. North Mai" street, Eureka. THE UNDER!?'GN ED, HAVING RE cently opened the abcre establishment offers his professional services o all who desire a first-class physiognomi-al HAIR CUT, or an ecstatic S1IAVE. »T Hair Cutting. SO cents. Shampooin'* 50 cents. Connected with the estab. . lishment are several neat and .elegant Bath Rooms, whore _I the most desirable Hot or Cold Beths can be had at all time*. BATHS, 80 CENTS. A share »f public patronage is solicited. JAMES M, M. MOODY, Prop‘r. WHITE LEAD, pAINTS IN ALL COLORS, Oils* Varnishes* Glass, IPntty, etc. A full itoek in tbii line of goods constantly on hand. W. r. HASKELL A CO. Eureka, January 21,1877. ja2i-tf LEVIN Sc CO., usroaTiM ann uiA lies in CIOARS,TOBACCO,STATIONERY CONFECTIONERY, SCHOOL BOOKS, ktc., me. ■eta Ureal, Snreha, Nevada. 1 LAMBERT MOUHELLI, Notary pcbi.ic and search* BK of RECORDS. Copyist, General Collector and Real Bata's A (eat. Local instruments of all descriptions ear* fall/ executed. OFFICE—la the Law Office of Geo. W. Baker. iy2-tf $250 REWARdF SINCB SUNDAY AFTERNOON 60ME person stole l'rom the front of my store e evil of whit# ootton-thread rope. I will pay the abort reward for iba return of the rope and tb. conviction of th. th.V. H Eureka, Fab. 1,18T7.f2tf NOTICE. rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PrR X chased tae entiro interest of Thomas Hildreth in all real and personal property in thentateof Nevada heretofore owned by the firm of Dunphy A Undretb, will continue tha business heretofore earned on by said firm. WILLIAM faUNPHY, Elko, Nev., Dee. 1,187#. jaSl-lm HOTELS, ETC. FISKE’S LUNCH HOUSE, Stalk Main Street. CHARLES FISKE. : : : PROPRIETOR. rpHE TABLES OF THIS X establishment are at all sea sons furnished with the best to b ( found in the California and East-' era n.irKcis. 1 am 11 in times pioasru iu sec my old friends and customers, and as many new on s as may please to prtronize me. Meal* at all llonra, nay or Klihl. CHARLES FISKB. Eureka, Nevada, Jan. 2d, 1877. j28-ti Hurrah for the Railroad! BILLY GILLEN TO THE FBONT. Board, $7 a Weokj Single Weals, 37 1-2 Cents. Sliver Brick Hotel, South Main street. Eureka. On anil after November, 1, 1875. tho aoove price! will be charred at tho .Silver liriek. o24tf WJJ. GILLEN. 1'roprietor. J. L. HIltCKLKY. J. II. LOCK VTOOl PARKER HOUSE, EUREKA, NEV. Hiackloy Jk Lockwood, Proprietors. The boom* are spacious and supplied with Spring Beds throughout. THE BAB Is fhrnished with the finest Liquors and Cigars that can bs purchased. A Fli.UrlaM Bestanrsnt oss Star Pint Floor. The Palisade, Hamilton, Austin, Tybo and Bolmont S-agei, all atop at this House. iH-nlk UNITED STATES BAKERY and Restaurant. JOHN HUEBNEK, PKOP’R. SERVED UP AT ALL TIMES. IN Till most approved stylo. Fish, Game, And the best BEEF, BOUK and MUTt ;N to be procured in the market. Meals at all hours. BREAD, PIES, CAKES, etc. Pa'try for ball suppers gotton up on short notice. WEDDING CAKES a ipociaicy. Ail article* delivered free of charge. Orders solicited. au23tf TURNER HOUSE. MAIN STREET.EUREKA, NEV. This house has been refitted throughout, containing a larg. number of COMMODIOUS and ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS, Suitable for families or single gentlemen. Bar sod Billiard room, with a fine as sortment of LIQUORS and CiGARS. auVtf B. J. TURNER, Proprietor. OTTAWA HOTEL. Opposite Richmond furnace. Main street. Eureka. J. S. Allan would respectfully announce to his many friends th.t ha has comp'etrd the erection of the abovo bouse and intends con ducting it as a firs -class boardintr-house and hotel. Thetable will at all seasons be fur nished with the choicest goods to be lound in the Eastern ami California markets, iegard less of expense, while at the bar wi 1 be found tho most sup rior biandsof wines, liquors and cigars, shipped direct front the leading manufacturers and distillers, 'the proprietor will use every effort, to promote the comfort of bis guests, and make the OTTAWA HOTEL one of the leading houses in Eastern Nevada. Meals wi I be served at ail hours. Board per week, t7. Drinks and cigars, l\S% ceats. j. b. Allan, d3tf Proprietor. Parker House Restaurant. MRS. P. GALLAGHER, - • - PaoriiKTUian. HPHE PROPRIETRESS TAKES PLEAS X lira ia announcing that aha haa leased tha above Favorite Restaurant. Tba table* will ba kept supplied with every article tha market afforda, prepared by EXPERIENCED COOKS. Board, par weak.....S9 00 Evraka. Nev., January 23, 1*77. Il-ja23 LAFAYETTE RESTAURANT. Euraka Hotel Building. Main Street, Eureka. HENRY SCHAEFER, Proprietor. PRIVATE ROOMS ATTACH cd to the Restaurant. Oys ters, Fish. Game, Chickens, Tur keys. Ducks, and all the delica eies ot an abundant market constantly on hand. d>tf THE CORNER CHOP-STAND. QPEN DAT AND NIGHT. WM. H. WALKER. JIM MlDDAUQn, January 1, 1877. Proprietors. ja2-tf PINTO HOTEL. t THOS. FITZPATRICK, : s PROPRIETOR. Having i.eaned the hotei* saloon and stabloa at Piat , formerly conduct* I by Janx-a Allan. 1 will use my bast efforts to run the who.* establishment in a first-class utanaor. THE TABLE Will at all times be supplied with the best the market affords. The choicest Liquors and Cigars Can always be procured st the bar. **" Qood stabling and feed for horses. Pinto, January 22, lb"'?. ja2'-tf IbfiAL RI.AMHN, oFXnrCSmP J tlona, piibtod to order at the SKNT1N KL flic*. SALOONS. BILLIARDS 2 TBB comm HAS JU8T RECEIVED NEW BILLIARD TABLES, with Delanjr’t Patent Win Cuthiont, and it to ba kapt at A FIRST-CLASS SALOON. 0K0. T1IACIIER, > p. CLAY SIMMS, / pr°priatew. apt* COURT EXCHANGE Northeast Corner of Main and Bateman Sts. EUREKA. NEV. None eut the finest qualities ot liquors and the choicest brands of cigais dispensed at tbe bar. Connected with the establishment is a Club R o o m And a number el well-furnished oard-rooms for private parties. jaHtf HANK KNIGHT. Proprietor. FRANK'S SALOON! JOS. IMENDES, Prop’r. yyf HOLKSALK AND RETAIL DEALER Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. All kinds of Soda Drinks, flavored with the following EXTKACTS.cosstantly on hand: Saraspariila, Eherrbet, Pear, Blackberry, Ambrosia, Orgeat, Lemon, Rose, Noctar, Orange, Milk Punch, Hock. Vanilla Ice Cream, Claret, Ginger Coflee Cream, Mint. Strawberry, L'ho’late ereamCatawba. Pine Apple, Grecian bend. Wild Cherry Raspberry and Don’t Care. EENO and CLUB ROOMS! Monoy to loan on collateral or approved business paper. 27-mbU THE SAZERAC SALOON, Maih Strekt, Eureka. SMITH <fr CAN A VAN. DROP'S. REFITTED and REFURNISHED! Making it one of the most attractive placet in Eureka. The Billiard Parlor, Attached to the SAZERAC, is the finest bil liard room in town, containing the newest and most improved tables. my28-tl HENKY KIND, Wholesale and retail dealer ia LIQOVRS, WINDS AND CIGARS, on ain street, opposite Pioneer Restaurant. Having just returned from Louisville, Kentucky, and Sen Fran cisco, Cali ornia, and made arrang ments for regular shipments of goods in mv line of bus iness, 1 am prepared to outbid all opposition lor quality and piicos. Give me a call Hnd find out the TRI T11 of tbe above assertions fur yourselves. auStf 11. KIND. Senate Saloon, OPPOSITE THE PARKER HOUSE, Main Street, Eureka. JflNEST BRANDS OF Wines, Llqnora anil Cigars. Attached to the aaloon are several C UB ROOMS, which are neatly and cosily fitted up. Ail the daily and weekly papers, and the monthly magazines, can always bo found at this establishment. TOMMY DOUGLAS, Manager. Eureka. January 2, 1877. i,3-tf PALACE SALOON, East Main (treat. South of Wella, Fargo A Ce. L. CLARK AHD A. BOTTO. Prop'ra, HAVE FITTED UP, IN THE Best Style, tho above Saloon, where they will keep only the ehoieeat brands of Liquors and Ci gars. (Jail and be convinced. nov24-altf ATLAS SALOON, South Main Street, above the Court-house, HERMAN KRUEGER, Proprietor. Drinks, Twelve and a Half Cents. riiHR BEST OF WINKS. A Liquors and Cigars, always on baud. THI PLACE WILL BB CONDUCTED IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE. Euraka, Fab. 5. 1877. 10-tf BRANDT’S Bs'*aria and Boea BeerDwt I la>< ■- oar* a bora Mayer’* A Franklin’*, MAIN STREET. EUREKA. fin; VIl.L KEEP ON HAND ■ M a constant luppljr of tbe col©-/ bra tod Hariri* and Hoca Hoar; also' \ 'neyara, t rop a to'i onzer-c ae r orgc, ana ciuer well known brands of brandies, bour bon and Kye whiskies, * me 24 rears’ old, and the flnest liquors of all kinds at 12H cen’s a drink. We bare an elegant elerator of the latest pattorn for hoisting tfao beer, U led in glasses, cold trout the cellar, at the tick of the bell. Free lunch from 11 to I o’clock daily; will nlso ' cep sandwiches of nil kii ds, Dutc Herrings, Caviar, llarn, etc. Cigars a spe cialty, ia-tf1,01'IS BHANDT. JOB I’KINTINU OF ALL KINDS, EX ecuted with dispatch at the SENTINEL printing Office. SOCIETIES,_ Eureka Lodge,No. 16, F. & A. M. Tee Stated Communications or £u reka Lodge, No. 16. F. A A. M., will be held In Masonie Hall, on every Saturday on or preceding the full boob in earn aontn. Called Uoibl.jnicationa erery Saturday Keening. Member! of (inter lodgei, and (mourning Brethren in good Blending, ate cordially in ri ted to attend. .. D, C. SnERI.OCK, W.M. W. P. STnrmamn, Secretary. 15da9 St. John’s Chapter, Ni. 5, Royal Arch Masona. T1JIK stated communica tions of St John‘« Chapter, No. % * . A. M., will be held in MA SONIC HALE, on tho Second and rourtn nuurif,suAi n>c..nmra oi eacn month. Called Communication! on all ether Wednesday evenings. All Royal Arch Masons in good standing are cordially invited to attend. n. E. BAILY, H. P. W. A. Dbrlkt, Secretary. utyll Ii. OK 3? Beatific lodge no.7, k. of 1’., meets enuh Friday of every month, at 7:30 o’el. ck p. M.,at its Castle Hall, in Odd Fel lows’ building. All brother Knights in rood standing are fraternally invited to attend such meetings. K. sa. ISKATi'Y, l. L. E. R. Doi'GE, K. of K. and. S. jal4tf I- O. O. F. E'UKKKA LODGE. NO. 22. Ij m anti Erary T1IU USD AI EVENING. m ODD FELLOWS’ BALL. At 8 o'clock p. h. All member* in good •tending ere cordially invited te attend. P. ANDERSON, N. G. 11. CiUBHta, Secretary. 10-jy‘JO ’1MIK A. 0. H. meet every Brat and third I SAT’DKD IV EVENING of each month, at 8 o'oelock, at the corner of Clark and Monroe atreeta, until further notiee. THUS. II ALKY, PreiidenL P, F. Srum. Secretary. au7 LOYAL ORANGE LODGE. NO. 121. ’PIIE •(EOT LA II MEETINGS OF THIS j| Society take place <>n tUe first and third Mondays of each month, in Odd Folio wa’ II all. at 7:30 o’clock sharp. All brothren in good standing are invited to attend. .JoSlJlA TiNltaGLY. W. M. A. G. McKx*eik. 8 cretary. au4-tf THE EUREKA AND PALISADE Rail road! HAS BEEN Completed to Eureka, And the Company ii now ready t* parry paa •engari and freight over the read With Regularity and Dispatch. Train! will run a* follows until further nvtieat Pamenger Trains '••re Eureka daily at.. l:Vi,a Arrive at I’aliaale .10:00 a. n. Making ooaneetion with East and West Boand Trains of the Central Pacific Railroad. Upturning: Leave Palirade at.. t:00 r. M. Arrive at Kureka at.11:00 r. M. Freight and Accommodation Train: L,eave Eureka daily at... 7:00 a u. Arrive at f'alieado at. M.Ml r. u. I.vavo i’nli.«ado daily at. 7il> a. a. Arrive at burekt a:._. 5:50 r. u. The Company will deliver freight te Hamilton, Pioche, Tybo, Reveille, Belmont, AND ALL POINTS SOUTH. By iti teami, with eara and diepateh and at the loweet ralei. eZTtf P. KTCHTll, Ueaeral Rap't. EUREKA AND PALISADE TELEGRAPH COMPANY. OFFICE With Wells, Fargo Ml Co , Main street, Eureka. THE ONLY LINE Coaneelliic with the Dlreet Atlau. lie fable. For all European citiea and towni, and At* lamic and Pacific Telegraph. For all point* enat and w**t our facilitie* for llAl’ID TRANSMISSION are the belt in the world. nZ7tf P. EVERTS. General Sup’t WTPjaASKELL&Co., UNDERTAKERS. WILL KEEP ON HAND AN ASSORT* mint uf Zesowood Caskets si Every Style, Coffin Trimmings, Etc. SOT Funerals attended to with promptness ind all the arrangements made with care and mention. Three doora north of I'aiton A Jo’s li«nk. Mein street Eureks. mhl* Dissolution of Copartnership. fPllB COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE 1 Misting betwaoi HENRY SLilAEFER and CHARLES fOoLEY, in the Lafayette Kcstaurint, was this day dissolved hy uiului ensent of the parties. Tbs busines. will ereafter be conducted by Henry .'ckaefer, to whom al parties indebted will make pay ment, and by whom all the indebtedneas ot the late Crui will be pci ]. HENRY SCHAEFER, t ii .l.uES FOOLKY, Eureka, Jenuary 18, 1877. 1-lm Dissolution Notice. N0TICT1 IS lit. M.Y GIVEN THAT the undersigned, com to >,g tbofirmof .'boviuiker A Batovs, wholesale botchers, have ti.ii* day dissolve ' by mutual consent. J. II. Shoemaker retiiing rum the firm. Fred Larses will collect all b'l * row due said lii in and will liquidate all claims against tbu same. J. Ii. SHOEM AKER. FRED BARNES. Eureka, January 22, 1877. ju28-tf PROFESSIONAL. DR M. R. CHAMBLIN, PHYSICIAN AND SUHOEON, CAN BE found at *h» Eureka Drug Store, or at hie office, tare doora south of the Skrtirkl office, on Buel atroef. Eureka, Feb. 9.1877. flO-tf A. M. ■II.I.HOU8E. ar. If. DAYEKPORT HILLHOCSE A DAVENPORT, A TTWKYEYN AT LAW. OFFICE IN A. the (Mil Fellows’ new building, up stairs. Rooms 1 and 2. Eureka. Nevada. ell Dat. E. Baii.y. C. J. Larsirg. LANSING & BAILY. ATTOHMiYH AT LAW. OFFICE: 2d floor, stone building, southwest corner of Clark and Main streets, Eureka Nev. my21- tf CRITTERDKR THORRTOR. THOS. WRER WREN A THORNTON, ATTOKNEYM AT LAW, Main Street, Eureka, Nevada. '(-tf _ 0. W. BAKER. ATTORNEY AT LAW ANI) A NOTARY PUBLIC. Office in Dick iO’Uml'r Brick Building, Baton • i, street. Eureka Nevada. >*14 £. M. BEATTY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. office two doors north ot the Post-office, Main street. Eureka, Nevada. jao-tf A. C. BISHOP. D. C. CKAM. DRS. BISHOP A CRAM, PHYSI4T4NN AND ftl’KGKONS. Office on Main treet, opposite Paxton A CVs Bank. Eureka. fltltf GEO. W. MERRILL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, DISTRICT Attorney for Eureka county, and No tary Public. Offioe in KyUnd’s Brink Building. oJktf THOMAS J. READ, CIVIL ENGINEER AND II. S. DEI*. uty Mineral Surveyor. Office in Ky land’s Brick Building, on the corner of Buel and Bateiuan streets, up stairs. myl4 V HAMILTON, I). D. S. Dkntimt. hoomc Fivedoon 4 •ouih o he Skntihil office. Iff lluel “feet. Eureka. f3 J. W. 1 AIK, D. I). S. DEJfTI.ST.--First-class workj at San Frarei*co prices. J Office at the corner of Main and^** Clara streets, or<*r bunkel’s store. Delinquent Sale Notice. CT- LAWRENCE MINING COMPANY. O Location of otiice and principal place of business, at the southwest corner of Battery and Ki bort streets, in the city and county uf >an Francisco, California. Location of mine. Ruby Hill Eureka county, Nerada. NOTICE—There aro delinquent upon the following de cri bed stock, on account of as sessment No. 1, rf twenty cent* per share, levied on the capital Mock of said company, on the sacond day of January, 1*77, tha sev eral amounts s> t opposita the names ol the respective shareholders, as follows: Names. No. Cart. Shares. Am’t P. Cbamber’ain. 4 11 |2 at P. Chamberlain. 5 2 80 P. Chamberlain. # 6 1 20 P. Chamberlain. 7 7 1 40 P. Chamberlain. 8 10 2 00 P. Chamberlain.15 1 20 P. Chamberlain...10 1 20 P. Chamberlain.18 1 20 P. Chambarlain.10 8 00 P. Chamberlain.‘D 4 80 P. Chamberlain.21 2 80 P. Chamberlain. 22 2 40 P. Chamberlain.2< 5 100 Brake * Kix.10 5* it 00 Brake A hix.II 50 10 00 L. Quint.14 50 10 00 Wil i.iai McLellen.24 200 48 00 J. H. Adams...2-1 15,000 3.0 *100 J. Mct'lana.57 1UU 20 U0 And in accordance with law and nn order of the Board of Directors, made on the second dav of January* 1877, so many shares of each parcel of such stock as mav be neces sary, will be sold at public auction, at the office of thecuinpanv, at the southwest corner of battery and Filbert streets, in said city of San Francisco, California, on Tliurtsiln)’, tlie first day of .411*roll. 1877, at ihe hojr of two o’clock p. m., of said day, to pay delinquent assessm-nfs thereon, together with coats of advertising and the expenses of the sale. J. O. MrGKATH, Secretary St. Lawrence Mining Co. OUico: Southwest corner Battery A Filbert streets, San Francisco, alifornia. San Fiancisco, Ca ., February 13, 1877. felt _ ASBSSSKIBNT NOTZOS NaUrc to DellnquMt !'• unutni, ^OTICE IS 1IEKKUY GIVEN TO S. la I oar-on, A. B Judeun, A. W hi'e and L. J. Lewie, your heire, legal repreaentativea end aaaigua, et-workore in tLe mining ground, location and claim known and called by tbe nameof the TltlEtt," located Auguat 2ld, 1870, in iho Eureka .Mining GiUrict, Eureka county. Stale of Nevada (then Lander county) and recorded in book "G,” p. 14-4, ol' the record* of aaid diatrict, that the underaigned, a co-owner therein, h i* performed labor and made imp i vein ut-on the aaid ground and claim of " I’igei” mine hforeaaid, lor the yeara 187 > and 187a, to th • amount of two hundred and forty ($240) dollar*, in (I. S. gold coin, be ing one hundred and twenty iSl'20i dollar* lor each year, end baa expend d the came there on aa required by the act oi i ungre** entitled "An act to promote the development of tbe mining moored of the United State*," ap proved May lu. 1872, and the act* ainenda ’ory thereof; tbe raid aum *o expended being ten (110) do'lgta (or each one hundred (1U0) fed Oi aaid " tiger M mining Claim,” i nd that auch of you an ahull at tho expiration yf ninety (10) daya after the completion of tbe pub ication of thin notice be delinquent in tha payment of your reepactive porliuna thereof, and ahull (ail or reluae to c<nirih utw and pa> te me your proportion of the ex penditure *o made, at the rate of ten ($10i dollara for each one hundred 1100) feet which yon may aererally own in *uld ‘ Tiger” rniue and claim, the internet, right or property in e-id mining ground and claim owned by any and every auch delinquent owner will become tho property of the underaigned oo-nwnvr, who haa made the required expenditure thereon required bv the act of Congroaa bo lero mentioned and recitod. Payment to bo made to mo at Eureka. Nevada. „ . THOMAS GILMOUR. Eureka, Ncv., Jan. Jl, 1877. fl-90d r. H. BA&XOV, COUNTY CLERK, AND KX-O’TICIO Clark of the District Court of tho Sixth iudicial District, in and for tha County of iu. ka, State of Nevada. CONVEYANCING, n all Its breaches, correctly executed. Ac mowlelgmoatr, Affidavits, etc., taken in any •art ol the town. Office: Iron’ corner room at the Court raise. dti-tm INFORMATION WANTED -OF JULES IRKOL A CANADIAN, Formerly of Virginia City. Anybody knowing the where r bouts i this pcr-on wi’l cr ..!ar a favor by leaving the information with the propria t-rs of this paper. tsiBMm INFORMATION WANTED IF BARON I ANGELO WILL CuMMUNI 1 calc with his nephew. Beroni Giovanni, at Eureka, Novsdn, ho will he ir of something to bis advantage. BARONI GIOVANNI. Eureka, Nev„ Jan. 8, 1877. jaW-tat* PATENT APPLICA TJONS. Application for Patent —TO THE CURT8 AND KELLER Xlmr No. 361. U. S. Laud Optic*, Not.o« Jy&grsv&i'te plication for a patent for 1500 linear f«t „'r the Cui ts and Keller mine or vein bearing silver with surface ground 600feet in widu* situate lying and being in rhe Diamond M in* district county of White Pine, and 8t«u of Nevada, and known and designated by th! field notes and official plat on file in Hi! office as lot numb-r 38. The exterior bound arios of said lot No. S8 being as follows Clayt n l eak file. 1 boars S 3 dg 57 u E'tioft' the furnace stack of the Champion Commit! dat-d Mining and Smelling Company's r„. nace bears N 88 dg VV 5,355 ft, and the Cur£ and Roller shall bears N 15 dg WkMft. thence rnnni g first courso N 33H dg IV pkvi’ ft, to post marked No. 2, t . S. Survey thence second course N .554 dr h 500 ftio!!.l marked No. 3, U. S. Survey No. 38 third course S 3314 dg K 1500 ft, to post msrV.s No. 4, 8-Survey No. 38; and thenco loarth course S 5514 dg W 600 It to post No. I ik, place of beginning, containing twoDty eYiin acros. I bis claim is bounded on neither end hv any known claimants; Ihe nearest mine is th. Chan. pion. tn* The location of this mint is duly reennl.a in the Recorder’* office or Diamomi AHnine district, in book A, pages 172 and 173 * Any and *M persons claiming adveri.lyanv portion of said Curts A halier mint or said ntmng ground as bereinbeforodescribed are required to file t^eir ndverse ciaim with th. Register of the United States Land Office .! Eureka in the Star, of N.e.da, during ih\ <?•>.’ P«n«d»r publication hereof, “r they will be barred by virtue of the eroiii ions of the Statute. p " dclS-bM D. B. IM M EL, Regiater. Application for a Patent -TO THE— Buckeye Mill Bite. NO. 369. U. S. L*!*t>Ornr*, Ei rvxa, Ner. ) February 12, 1*77. f >TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I the Eureka Con .ululated .MiningCom punr. wlio-e Rostoffio address is Eureka, Ne vada, has this day tilt’d its at plication (ora patent for 6 acres as a mill site, situate, lying snd being in Eureka Mining District, county of Eureka, and ,'tato of N evada, and known and designated by the field notes and official plat on file in this office as lot No. li t. The exterior boundaries of sai l lot No. 11! being .as lollows, to wit: Variation lb's deg. ea>t. Commencing at a post marked No 1, C. S. Survey No. 113, whence the flagstaff in the town of Eureka boar- N., M2 deg. at rain. E., 7.217 leet; highest peint of Kuov Hill No. 1 bears S., bit deg. 5 min. W., 3,017 feet; the l.nwton shaft bears K., 44 deg. 21 min. \V„ 2,309 feet; and post No. 1 of the Survey No. 37. Buckeye Lode, bearsS., 45 deg 12 min W., 2,789 feet; thence running first courts N., 4 deg. 3‘s min. W..900 feet to post marked No.2, U.S. Survey No. 113; thence,second course N ., 4tm deg. E.. 481 feet, to post marked No. 3, H. S. Survey N. 118; and thence, third course S., 14 deg. 59 min. E„ 1,021.5 feet, to post No. 1. the place of beginning, containing five acres. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Buckeye mill site, said ground as hereinbefore describ'd, are re qu.red to file 1 heir adverse claim with the Regisier of the I'nited States Land Office at Eureka, in the State of Neveda, during the bO d iys’ period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. D. B. IMMEL. Register. felS-UOd Application for a Patent -TO TIIE Champion Mill Site. NO. 870. IT. R. Isanu Ornnt, ) Eureka. Nevada. February 12. 1877. ( VTOTICK IS HEREBY OXVEV THAT 11 the Eureka Consolidated Minin? Com pany, whose postoffne addles* is Eur*ka, Nevada, has this day filed it.* application fur a patent lor i aerus a* a mill si’e.sir uate, lying and being in Eureka Mining Listrict.eounty of Eureka, and State ut Neveda, and known and designated by the field notes and official r*Ut on file in this office an lot number 114. The exterior buur d>trie of paid lot .Vo. 114 being as follows, to wit: Variation 18,S deg. east. Commencing at a post marked No. 1, U. S. Survey No 114, the same being post No. 1 of U. 8. Survey No. 113, Buckeye mill «ite; whence the flagstaff in the town of Eureka boarsN., 82 deg. 2U min. .<..7,217 feet; the highest point of Ruby Hill No 1 bears S., 83 deg. 5 min. W.. 3,017 feet; the Lowton shaft bears S., 44 deg. 21 mia. W., 2.3WN feet; and post No. 1 of survey No. 38, Champion l.ode, bears 8.,.Vi deg. 37 tnin. W., 2,873 feet; thonre* running first course N., II dog. 50 min. W.t 1,021 5-10 f et, to post marked .No. 2 , U. 8. purvey .No. 114; thence, second course M's dug. E.f 000 feet, te pest marked No. S, IT. 8. Survey No. 114; and thence, third courses.. 48M def. W.,484 feet to post No 1. the place of beginning containing 5 acres. Any and all persons claiming adversely say portion of said Champion mill site, said ground as hereinbefore described, are re quired to file their ad verse claim with the Reg ister of the United states Land Office at Eure ka, in the State of Nevada,during the sixty da vs period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the previsions of the statute. !V13-0tkl D. B. IMMEL. Register. Application for Patent TO THE HUGUENOT MINE* NOTICE NO. 3WS. U. 8. Laud Omci. Eureka, Nevada, Feb. 10.1876. Notice is hereby given that Joseph It ingot, whose poitoffice •duress is San Frandsoo, California, has this day tiled his application for a patent lor l*«w linear foot of tho Huguenot rniao or roin bearing silver, with surtace ground feet in width, situate, lying ana being in Kuroka Mining iJisinct. county of huroKn, and State of Nevada, and known and des ignated by the field notes and official plat on file in this office as Lot No. 115, unsurveyod lands. Ihe eiterior boundaries of as id Let No. 115 being as follows, to wit: Vaiiation Id* deg. east. Beginning at a stake marked No.l.U.S. *nr 1 dog. 18 min. W., 13,718 ft.; a sprue. pi" tr.«, 3 ft. in diameter standing at th. niouio of th* Excel,ior tunnal, baar. r. 82-a dye 14.) it.: and lb. llu -uonot (halt baar, N dec- 412S ft.; thence, running firrtcpur.. N. SI'/, dog. W„ 2M> ft., to puat marked No. 2, U. 8. surv.y No 113; tbanca, .oconil court. N.2S deg. K., 1,400 ft, to port marked No. 3.U. S. Butroy No. 113; them-., third courson SI'/, dag. E., 200 ft., to poet marked N°' S. survey No. 113; and thm.ce, fourth cour a s. 2s d.g. w., 1,400 ft. to, place ot b.glnlng, containing8 43 100 acres. I hi< claim is bounded o" tho >oulh by tn Fourth of July mining clu a. , ,.j„ain The locution of tbi» mineibduIyMOPrt*®... the Recorder’, ollio of Eureaa Mining i trict, in book LI ofpogollH., . .j„.r.n|v Any uml ull persons claiming adversely anv portion of said Huguenot mine «r »uid mining ground as heroin belotedescrlDea. nro required to file th"ir adverse claim tbo Register of the United Mutex uml Office, ut Eureka, in tile Mato of No “>“• luring tho sixty days period of publiuation hereof, or they will bo burred by virtue ot the proviiiona of the Statute, fll-uod P. B. IMMEU. Register.