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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
SUNDAY, APRILS, 1877. THE PI'ZZLEU niTClIHAS. I'm a proken hearted Deutscher, Vat’s rilled mit crief and shame;] I dells you rot der trouble ish — 1 dosn’t know my name. Mine moder had dwo liddladwins, Dey waa me and mine broder; Ve lookt so vary much alike No ron knew rich vrom toder. Von of der boys was T awcop. And Hans der Oder’s name; But den it made no different— Vs both got called der same. Veil, ron of ns got tead— Yaw, mynheer, dat was so— But, vedder Hans or Yawcop Mine moder she don’t know. Ub so I am in droubles— 1 can’t get troo my head, Vedder I am Hans rots living. Or Yawcop vot is dead. A temperance paper publishes the following iuvitatioo to skeptics; “For startling evidence of the results of in temperance, see our inside!” Somebody writes to a rural paper to ask “bow long cows should be milked?” Why the same as short cows, of course. Women in 1877.—The woman of work sweeps everything before her: the woman of fashion sweeps every thing behind her. “My friends,”«aida Howard-street minister, as a preface to his sermon, “let us say a few words before we com mence.” _ When a man is getting married in church he takes a bold place in front of the altar; after that be takes a back seat. ~ MISCELLANEOUS. MRS. M. A. ASHIM, IMPOSTER •f fancy, staple and green groceries, crockery, glass and tin ware, stonejars, etc ; Califor nia roll and Eastern tub buttsr, always on hani; Utah and Eastern fruit tnd vegetables; alsa a full assortmant of dried fraits, candies, nuts, ate., etc.; fresh poultry and game of all kinds: fresh treat and oysters RECEIVED EVERY DAY. MRS. M. A. ASHIM. ja30tf ORES PURCHASED. TheTyboCon.M.Co.ofTybo, i JJAVINQ COMPLETED THEIR Milling, Smelting, and Refining Establishments, Are prepared to parchare and Pay Highest Rates for Free Mill ing and Base Ores. For Particular! addreir, M. D. HOWELL. Manager, ja30-3m Tjbo, Xye county. Nevada. N. S. TROWBRIDGE & CO., -DEALERS15 OXHXRAL MERCHANDISE. GROCERIES, Mining Supplies, Gents’ Famish ing Goods, Etc. TYBO. SYS COUNTY, NEVADA eul-tf GEORGE YOUNG Gunsmith and Cutler, Begs to inform the publio that he hai re* Bored from hie old stand, near the SUrer Brick Saloon, to the nnnoalta aide, on Main itreet. ■ext to D. Manheim’s (tore, wbere he will be happy to receive the patronage of hit former nitinn. He al«o informs the public that ha has CONST1ITLT ON HAND The finest and largest assortment GUNS ANT PISTOLS Of fivery JPatern. Also, ammunition, and every other artiele in the sporting line. A large assortment of Weateubulas's Catlery, Batcbrr*' Tools, ColirorBio.naiade Carvlaglep, Hasors, And all other goods pertaining to this at the lowest figures. . Repairing done with neats am and dispatch, charges reasonable. Bureha. Feb. 17th. 18TI.telfi-tf YOUNG’S CONFECTIONERY! g-IANDIKS. FRUITS, NUTS anoCONFEC* \j TIONKRY, manufao red by myself, at the new Confectionery Store on The East Side of Main Street, opposite Meyers 4c Franklin's. Ns Old Imported Confectionery ! All Confectionary Minufacturod by Myiolf. *y21>tf M. YOUNU. HOTELS. ETC. THE CORNER CHOP-STAND. QPEJI DAT AMD MIUHT. WM. H. WALKER. Proprietor. March 1. 1877. n>2tf FISKE’S LUNCH HOUSE, South Main Street. CHARLES FISKE, : : : PROPRIETOR. The tabi.es of thin establishment are at all s*a sors furnished with the be«t to b. | found in the California and Ka«t-' oi u u’»i acis. i mu m an 11 mPa f'ion?iu iu pee 1 my old friends and customers, and as many new on- s as may please to patronize me. Meals at all Ilonas. nay or Might. CHARLES FIBRE. Eurska. Xeyada, Jan. 2S. 1877. jJ8-tf Hurrah for the Railroad! / _ BILLY GILLEN TO THE FBONT. Board, $7 a Weak; Single Mealt, 37 1-2 Cents. Silver Brick Hotel, South Main street. Eureka. On and after November. 1. 1875. the aoore prices will be tbarged at the Silver Brick, ogltf VFji. GILLEN. Proprietor. 1. L. HISCKLrr. J. B. toes WOOD PARKER HOUSE, EUREKA, NEV. Hinckley & Lockwood, Proprietors. The room* are spacious and supplied with Spring Reds throughout. THE B.4K Is furnished with the finest Liquors and Cigars that can be purchased. A Flsst*claaa Reataarant on the First Floor. The Palisade, Hamilton, Austin, Tybo and Belmont S.age«, all stop at this House. jH-nld UNITED STATES BAKERY and Restaurant. JOHN HUEBNER, PROP’R. SERVED UP AT ALL TIMES, IN THE molt approved ityie, Fish, Game, And the belt BEEF, l'OKK and MET' ,N to be procured in the market. Meals at all hours. BREAD, PIES. CAKES, etc. Puffy for ball suppers gotten op on short notiee. WEDDING CAKES a specialty. All article, delivered free of charge. Orders solicited. auSfttf Parker House Restaurant. MRS. P. GALLAGHER, - - - Proprietress. The proprietress takes pleas ure ia announcing that she has leased the above Favorite Bestaurant. The tables will be kept supplied with every article the market affords, prepared by EXPERIENCED COOKS. Board, per week......$9 00 Evreka. Nev., January 23, 1877. Il-ja23 FASHION CHOI* HOUSE, American Exchange Building, Corner of Main and Clark streets. XEAIA . - • - SO Oil la Alll kinds of game, fish and VEGETABLES. OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE. Open day and night. Eureka. Feb. 9,1877. flO-tf THE PALISADE. (Formerly the Junction House.) Palhuule, Nevada. PETE BURKETT : : : PROPRIETOR. I AM NOW PREPARED to furnish superior ac commodations at the low- - est living ratos. I have - refurnish' d my bed-rooms wun entirely new turmture ana neuuinr, and guarantee couplet' satisfaction to all who may lavor me with their patronage. J. P. BL'RKET. Palisade. March 31,1877.apltf PINTO HOTEL, PINTO,.NEVADA ■laa Sarah M nr ray, Frt>|»r ietreaa. 'PHE TABLE WILL AT ALL A times be supplied with the best the market affords. PRICES REASONABLE. Regular boarders and transient custom solicited. d6. “ T. H. BA&MON, COUNTY CLERK, AND EX-OFFICIO Clerk of the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District, in and for the County of Surekn, State of Nevada. CONVEYANCING, ta all its brunches, correctly executed. Am cnowledamrnu, Affidavits, etc., taken in any >art of tne town. Offioe: Front corner room at the Court house. dti BOARDING AND LODOING-HOUSE FOR SALE. A BOARDING AND LODGING-HOUSE, located ou Ruby Hill, doing a good bus iness, haring at present about fifty boarders, is offered for sale. The above property will be sold reasonable, inquire of Mrs. Kar anaugb. Ruby Hill. B. KAVANAUG1I. Ruby Illll, Feb. fc!, 1S77. «*» SALOONS. BILLIARDS ! TBS CORKER Has just received new billiard TABLES, with I>elar.y'a Patent Wire Cushions, and is to be kept ae A FIRST-CLASS SALOON. GEO. TEACHER, I CLAY SIMMS. J Proprietors. aplf COURT EXCHANGE Northeast Corner of Main and Bateman Sts. EUREKA, N E V. XTONE EUT THE FINEST QUALITIES IN ni liquors and the choicest brands of cisais dispensed at the bar. Connected with the establishment is a Club R o o in And a number et well-furnished oard-rooms for rrivat# parties. jalttf HANK KNIGHT. Proprietor. FRANK’S SALOONl JOS. MENDES, Prop’r. yyHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. All kinds of Foda Drinks, flavored with the following EXTRACT?.constantly on hand: Sarasparilla, Sherrbet, Pear, blackberry. Ambrosia, Orgeat, Lemon, Rose, Nectar, Orange, Milk Punch, Hock, Vanilla loe Cream, Claret, Ginger Co9*»e Cream, Mint. Strawberry, Cbo’iate creamCutHwha, Pine Apple, Grecian Bend, Wild Cherry Raspberry and Don't Care. KEKO and CX>TJ2 B.OOZVZ3! Money to loan on collateral or approved businoss paper. 27-mhU THE SAZERAC SALOON, Maw Stbkit, EcsggA, SMITH A CAN AT AN. PROP'S. REFITTED and REFURNISHED! Making it one of the most attractive places in Eureka. The Billiard Parlor, Attached to the SAZERAC, is the finest bil liard room in town, containing the newest and most improved tables. mvJ9-tl HENRY KIND, Wholesale and retail dealer in LIQOORS, WINES AND CIGARS, on ain street, opposite Pioneer Restaurant. TTAVINO JUST RETURNED FROM I.ouisville, Kentucky, and Sin Fran cisco. Cali'ornia, and made arrann monts for regular shipments of goods in mv line of bus iness, I am prepared to outbid all opposition lor quality and pi ices. Give me a call and find oat tho TRUTH of the above assertions for yourselves. auStf H. KIND. Senate Saloon, OPPOSITE THE PARKER HOUSE, Main Street, Eureka. piNBST BRANDS OF WIiim, Liquor* anil (’Igart. Attached to the saloon are seveml C UB ROOMS, which are neatly and cosily fitted up. All the daily and weekly papers, anil the monthly magazines. c*n always he found at this establishment. TOMMY DOUGLAS, Manager. Eureka, January 2, 1877. i3-tf PALACE SALOON, East Main street. Booth of Wells, Fargo A Co. L. CLARK AMO A. It OTTO. Prap’n, HAVE FITTED UP, IN THE Best Style. the above Saloon, where they will keep only th. choicest brands of Liquors and Ci gars. Call and be convinced. nov24-sltf ATLAS SALOON, South Main Street, opposite Odd Fellows’ Hull. HERMAN KRU EQER, Proprietor. Drinka, Twelve and a Half Cents. 1'HE BEST OF WINES, Liquors and Cigars, always on band. THE PLACE WILL BE CONDUCTED IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE. Euroka, Feb. 5. 1877. fd-tf BRANDT’S Bavaria and Boca Beer Depot. Three doors above Meyer’s A Franklin’s, MAIN STREET, EUREKA. WE WILL KEEP ON HAND a constant supply of the cele brated Bavaria and Boca Beer: also V ineyara, Prop A Lu'i o a z e r ac ae Porge, and other well known brands of brandies, bour bon and Kye whiskies, some 24 years’ old, and the finest liquors of all kinds at 12:* conts a drink. We have an elegant elevator of tho latest pattern for hoisting tho beer, filled in glasses, cold from the cellur, at the tick of the bell. Free lunch from 11 to 1 o’clock daily; will also keep sandwiches of all kinds, Dutcij Herrings, Cav>ar, Ham, etc. Cigars a spe cialty. JS-tf LOUIS BRANDT. IWUL III.ANKN. OK ALL DESCRIP J tions, printed to order at the SEN TIN KL ottice. DELINQUENT. DELINQUENT SALE NOTICE. Adams hill consolidated min ing CUM FAN Y—Location of princi pal place of business, San Francisco, Califor nia. Location of works. Eureka Mining Dis trict, Eureka county. Nevada. Notice—There are delinquent upon the fol lowing described stock, on account of assess ment (No. Pi levied on the ‘JOth day of Feb ruary, 187/, the several amounts set opposite th“» names of he respective shareholders, as. tnll, .No. Barnes. Cert. Brown A Wiaants.tr..1474 Bourne K M. tr.1710 Cahill A Fox, tr*. 560 Cavallier J P, tr. 556 Cope Geo W, tr. 779 Crandall W G, tr.1722 Crocker A Gurnett,tr?.1404 Crocker A Gurnett,trs. 1484 CrockerAGurnett.tr?. 1709 Cope, Ubler A Co,trs... 1342 Cope, I'hle’- A Co,trs..1736 Patton W D tr.1473 Cleary T .J.1 72 Cleary T J.167.1 Plenry T J.P>74 Carter Geo Edw, tr....l7t*3 tarter Geo fc.lw, tr....l604 t arter Geo Edw, tr....l695 Be Lorme G V, tr.1107 Daly A Hawkins, tr8..lJ0J Eyre E E, tr. 528 Eyre E E, tr. >53 F enn T W, tr. 565 Fisher E, tr.11*40 Fisher E, tr.10 • Fisher h, tr.1609 Fisher K, ir.1610 Fisher E, tr.1661 F isher F., tr.16 ’2 Fisher E, tr.1671 Fenn Win.1116 F'ollanshee J o, tr.1355 F oster A IV, tr.1497 Foster A >5 , tr.14.-8 F oster A W, tr.1501 Glazi r I A Co, tr*.1108 Glazier 1 A Co, tr?.1413 Glazier 1 A Co, tr.1444 Glazier 1 A Co, tr?.1450 Glazier 1 A Co, tr?.1465 Glazier 1 ACo.tr?.1454 Harkne?? Agoe? 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W. W. TRAYLOK, Secretary. Office Room No. 37, Nevada Iileck, No. 3011 Montgomery street, San Francisco, Cali fornia. apltd CLAIRVOYANT^ PHYSICIAN. Mrs. dr. r. f. Stephens, the groutest astrologist, clairvoyant physi cian and test medium of the age has urrived and can be consulted at the International Hotel. Past, present and future truthfully delineated. .Special attention given to tho affiicted. Charges reasonable. api-lm PROFESSIONAL. DR M. R. CHAMBLIN) PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, CAN BE found at the Eureka Drug Store, or at his office, two doors south of the Skntihel office, on Buel street. Eureka, Feb. «.(,1S77. flO-tf A. M. HILLHOU8E. W. H. DAVE8P0BT HILLHOUSE & DAVENPORT, Attorneys at law. office in the Odd Fellows’ new building, ui> stairs, Rooms land 2. Eureka. Nevada. ell Dat. E. Baii.t. C. J. Lassiio. LANSING & BAILY, Attorneys at law. office:2d floor, stone building, southwest corner of Clark and Main streets. Eureka Nev. my21-tf CBiTTinnrn thob*ton. thos. wris WREN & THORNTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Main Street, Eureka, Nevada. «-tr G. W. BAKER. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND A NOTARY PUBLIC. Office in l)ick KVland's Hr , k Building, Batea e street. Eureka Nevinia. >«H R M. BEATTY, Attorney and COUNSELLOR AT LAW. office two doors north oi the l’ost-office. Main street, Eureks, Nevada. jao-tf A. C. BISHOP. D. C. VRAM. DRS. BISHOP & CRAM, T)HYSI4I4N* AND SfRGEON*. I Office on Main treet, opposite Patton A Co’s Bank, Eureka. flfltf GEO. W. MERRILL, Attorney at law. district Attorney for Eureka eount). and No tary Pubhc. Ofliee in Hyland’s Briek Building. c>2Stf THOMAS J. READ, CIVIL ENGINEER AND I . S. DIP uty Mineral Surveyor. Office in liy laed’s Fries building, ou the corner of Buel and Bateman streets, upstairs. myl4 V HAMILTON, D. D. S.. DeSTIM, rive iloori j •otith o be Skstiskl office, fl iiuel Rnroka. f3 ' EUREKA AND CALIFORNIA LUMBER COMPANY. South Main Street, Eureka. Nevada and California LUM33E3R OF ALL KINDS. Redwood, Oregon and Sugar Pine MINING TIMBERS Building Lumber! A complete assortment of Clear & Dressed Lumber. Flooring, Siding, Rustic and other STYLES OF SIDING, MOULDING, Lath, Shmeles. Doors. Sash and Blinds, etc., always on HaM. EVERYTHING AT THE LOWEST CASH RATES. •STtf F. A V. I.. « O. NOTICE. IC. ANDERSON HAVING DISPOSED Jm of bis interest in the Eureka Foundry, And all fixture, stock, etc., the business wil hereafter be conducted by S. O, BUiePBRSTB. All work will bo DONE WITH PROMPTNESS. The patronage of the public ia solicited. H-tf EUREKA FOUNDRY! THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW PKE pared to furnish mills and furnaces with CASTINGS Of every description. Also, Machine "Work. .•"Orders from Tybo, Belmont, Hamilton, and Mineral Hill, are solicited, and will be filled with dispatch. All work learing this Foundry will be Guaranteed, and Executed on the Most Reasonable Terms. All orders sbeuld be addressed to S. G. HUMPHREYS, Eureka Foundry, January 81.1877. fl-tf Eureka. Nevada. NOTICE. pARTlES DESIROUS OF ENGAGING THE Bigelow Hall -FOR PAKriKtt, IIA 1.1.9, KTC'„ Will hereafter make application to M. B. BARTLETT. _ . _ Proprietor. Eureka, Jan 6,1877, >; tr DAVID LUNDBOM ASSAYEE. Office: Main sti'cel.opitoalle Ibe IMo. ueer Keataurnut, ••"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 advaae*. Eurek a. August 2i 187H. autJS-tf ---—■ - PATENT A PPLICA TJONS. Application for a Patent -TO THE- 1 Buckeye Mill Site NO. 369. '* U. S. liANDOmCK, Ecrkka, ff,. , February 12, 1877. ’’J VfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Tlii„ IN the Eureka Consolidated Minin.,*MT liany. whose Postoffice address is Kursk, v vada, has this day filed its ar plicationV" patent for 5 acres ns a mill site, situat, i„or* and being in Eureka Mining District, I™' or Eureka, and State of Nevada, and k, y and designated by the field notes and plat on file in this office as lot No. ]]:, oatl,l Thu exterior boundaries of nai l lot n. being as follows, to wit; Variation is* a " east. UH. Commencing at a post marked No 1 r a Surrey No. 113, whence the flagstaff illr town of Eureka boars N., 62 deg. 2!i mi! p* 7.217 teet: highest point of Ruhv Hill f bears 8., 63 deg. 5 min. W„ 3,017 ?;1 l.awton shaft bears K., II deg. 21 mi„’ \S* 2,399 feet ; and post No. l of the Surrey No’ tQe dace of beginning, containing S,', Anv and all persons claiming adrersely », portion of said buckeye mill site u.A ground as hereinbefore described are rl quired to file their adverse claim'with th, llcgisicr of the Fmted States Land Office ,. Eureka in the State of Nevada, during the b0.1Vy,wPerl°??f Pbblication hereof, or th.v will he barred by virtue of the provisions of •fagaM*- b-IMM *L- K-ffiSS.*' Application for a Patent ~ -TO THE— Champion Mill Site. NO. 370. „ . U. S. Lard Ornca, l Eureka. Nevada, kebrnary 12, 1877. f ■^OTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT J.N the Eureka ( onsolidated Mining Com. pany, whose postoffice address is Eureka Nevada, has this day filed its application for a patent lor 3acres as a mill si.ejtu.te , lyj„ J and being in Euroka Mining District,county of Eureka and state of Nevada, and known and designated by the held not.» and official slat on hlo in this office a* lot number 114. Theeiferior boundaries of said lot No 114 being a* follows, to wit: Variation 18V6 deg east. Commencing at a post marked No. I, U. 8. Surrey No 114, the miha being post No. 1 of 1 . S. Survey No. 113, BucK*yo mill aite; wbence tha flagstaff in tbe town of Kureka boars N\, »>2 d*g. 2* mir. >.,7.217 fact; the highest point of Hu by llill No 1 boars 8., 81 deg. 5 min. W.. 3,017 feet; the Low ton abaft bears R.t 44 d»*g. 21 mia. W.,2,iV9 teet; und post No. 1 of aurvsy No. 38, < hampion Lode, bears S.,r»8 deg. :f7 min. VV., 2,1/73 feet; then •• runnir g first course X., 11 dug. -i> mih. W.t 1,021 '»-10 feet, to goat marked No. 2., 1’. S. Survey No. 114; thence, second course 43* deg. K., 1HO feet, te p**sr marked No. 3, 8. Survey No. 114; and thence, third courseS.. 48h deg. W 4M feet to post No 1, tbe place of beginning, containing ■> acres. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portien of said Champion mill site, «aid ground a* hereinbefore described, are re quired to file their ad verso claim with the Reg ister ot the I nited States Land Office at Kure ka, in the State of Nevade,during the silty da>s period of publication hereof, or they will bo barre.i by virtue of tho previsions of the statute. fel i-uod D. B. IMMKL. Register. Application for Patent TO THE HUGUENOT MINE. NOTICE NO. 308. t*. S. Laju* Ornc*. Eureka, Nevada, Feb. 10, 1876. VT OTICE IS II EH KB Y GIVEN THAT 1* Joseph Kingot, whose postoAce address is .>an Francisco, Calilorma, ha« this day filed his application for a patent tor 1,400 linear feet of the Huguenot mine or voia bearing silver, with surface ground 209 feet iu width, situate, lying and being in Eureka Mining District, county of Eureka, and State of Nevada, and known and des ignated by the held notes and official plat on tile in this office as Lot No. 115, unsurvey* d lands, lhe exterior boundaries of *aid Lot No. 115 being as follows, to wit: Variation 16'/» deg. emst. beginning at a stake marked No. 1,17.8. sur vey. No. 113,whence post No. I.of l . S. survey No. 82, Fourth of July lode,boars S. 45 deg. 22 min. E., 125 it.; the flagMair in the town of F.ureka, bears N. 25 dog. 2:* min. E.. 30,401 It.; the highest point of buoy Hill Nr. 1 bear* N. 1 deg. 18 uiin. W., 13,71# ft.; a spruce pine tree, 3 ft. in diameter standing at the mouth of the F.xcelsior tunnel, bear* N. Hi1, dug. W., 145 It.; arid the llu*uonot shaft bears N. 11'« dog. IV., 412S ft.; thence, running firstcourse N. S713 deg. H'., 200 ft., to post marked No. 2, l . S. survey No. 113; thence, second course N. 2‘* deg. K, 1,400 It., to post marked No. 3,1'. S. survey No. 113; thence, third course 8. 87!•» dog. E., 3U0 ft., to post marked No. 4, II. S. survey No. 113; and thence, fourth course S. 2 -* deg. \V„ 1,400 ft., to post No. 1, the place of begining, containing6 43-100 acres. i bis claim is bounded on the south by thu Fourth of .I uly mining claim. The location of this mine is duly recorded in th« Recorder’s oilic? of Eureka Mining Dis trict. in book D of page 118. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Huguenot mine or said mining ground as hereinbotoro described, are required to tile their adverse claim with the Register of the I’nitcd States Land office, at F^uroka, in the State of Nevada, during the sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the Statute. fll-dOd D. B. 1 Si MEL. Register. Sweeney’s Stables ! The Most Extemive Livery IN THE STATE I —THU— Fashion and the Dexter! Two Complete Eatnbli«hm«uM OND ER ONE M A NA OEM ENT t SADDLE HORSES. BUQ gio*. Carriagaa, Koaka waya, W agoaa. eta., id eodleea variety! Horses Sought and Sold 1 And a general livery business conducted in all of its branches. Having obtained a permanent leaie of the Fashion Stable— Walsh's old stand—I will in the future run the same in connection with the Dexter Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, both establishments will be open for busi ness day and night. The finest stock and turnouts in America always on hand. Give me a call. SWEENEY. Jl5-tf THE NEVADA LAUNDRY. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Having purchased a half in terost in the above establishment, I am prepared to render satisfaction to all who rnuy favor me with ihoir work. 1 especially solicit the patronage of my old White Pine friends. All work executed in first-class style—my uiotto being satisfaction and promptness. Clothes called for and returned. ARTHUR MoMAHON k CO. April 2,1*77. apStf JOB 1‘RINTINU OF ALL KINDS. Ex ecuted with dispateb at the SENTINEL printing OtSue.