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JL . BERWIN, -OF TUB WHITE HOUSE, Hu Jalt Receded a Fiaa Lias •( GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING -AND Furnishing Goods! BOOTS AND SHOES! HATS AND CAPS. VALISES, THUNKS, ETC. I - A FISE IHAICt FOB BAKGAIXS I Am Selling Clothing Cheaper Than Ever Before! A. BERWIN, MAIN STREET. Earaka, June 10, 1877. jel7-tf GREAT BARGAINS! ATTENTION, LADIES! you WILL NEVER HAVE ANOTHER SUCH AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PUR6HASIN0 DRY GOODS Aft Less (laab t'osft Prices! -o DON’T DELAY ! BUT CALL AT ONCE ON 0. DUNKEL & CO., Who will, for tho noxt thirty day., aell xoodi at such extraordinary low rato. aa to fill all amall doalora with wonder, and rladden the hoartof arory mao. woman and child who will taka adrantbga of THIS GREAT SACRIFICE -or DRY GOODS! -o auext run COOLEY'S CORK CORSET! The moit perfect article of the kind in the market Call Early and Secure Bargain*! 0. DI WKEL & CO., Corner ef Main nnd Clark Streeta, Eureka. Eureka, April 28,1877. np2»tf NEW SUMMER DRY GOODS! —AT— * MEYERS & FRANKLIN’S. AN ILSOANT INVOICE —it— Reduced Prices. The Urgent and beat aaaortod etock in Eaatern Nevada. FASHIONABLE MILLINERY. The vary letoat atyle of l.edioe’ llata and Booneta for Spring end Summer wear. LADIES’ LINEN SUITS, LADIES’ SILK SUITS. LADIES’ CASHMERE WRAPPERS, LADIES’ DRESS GOODS. la all etylea, eolora and quality, FANCY GOODS. GLOVES AND LACES. Gent’s Clothing —ASID— FURNISHING GOODS! W« arajnit racairin* and o pan la; a iplendid line of DRIBS AND BUSINESS SUITS. Hata. Capa, Root*. Shoe*. Eto. MKYERS k FKANKLIN, i*#- If Main itraet. fcuraka. , MISCELLANEOUS* FINE JEWELRY! P. STELER WATCHMAKER -AND JE WEI, ER, BEOS TO INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT he h«*juM received a niagnilicviit itocit of the latest patern*, con$i*tiiu of DIAMONDS. Fine hold & Silver Watches CHAINS AND FINE JEWELRY, Silverware and Clocks, Which ho offer* to *el! at TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. LESS than any other house in Eastern Nevada. Please call at hi* *tore, one door south of S. Afhim A Bru’*, and examine hi* new stock of good* betoro purchasing elsewhere. No trouble to show g.ods. Price* to suit the tint s. All of the above he guarantee* to ba of the BE 'T QUALITY, and warranted a* repre sented. N. B.-Special attention p*id to watch work. Watches repaired anu cleaned and wariantod lor one year. New jewelry made to order, and jewelry neatly reputred. All ordor*from the country promptly at tended to. P. &TELKH. Eureka, May 5, 1877,my >-tf ar. straus. PIONEER WATCHMAKER and JEW EIER Gold and Silver WATCHES, JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SPECTACLES, Etc., always on hand, and (or sale 25 per cont. lost than San Francisco wholesale pricea. WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED AND WARRANTED. J. STRAPS. Eureka. June 5, 1577. j' 5-tf REMOVED. JAMES CHRISTOIIJER lift" rsmorfd h«r MILLINERY, DRESSMAKING -AND— HAIR WORK ESTABLISHMENT TO THUS DOQBS Above Higelun's Hall, On Buel street, where ph"-wi]| bo pleased to attend to the wants of her customers. ?be has just received a largo stock of mil linery, and Children's Furnishing Goods. Euroka, Juno, l^, 1877. je20-lm* MRS. M. A. ASKIM, IMPORTER of fancy, staple and green groceries, •rockery, glass and tin ware, stone jais, etc ; Califor nia roll and Eastern tub butter, al\vu>son hen ; Utah and Eastern fruit and vegetables; also a lull assortment ot dried fruit#, candies, nuts, etc., etc.; fresh poultry and game of all kinds: Iresh trout and oysters RECEIVED EVERY DAY. MRS. M. A. ASHIM. ja'iOtf r&AMR ABADIB, Real Estate Dealer BUEL STREET.FUREKA. NEV Office ill (lie Brick Bui Id luff. I WOULD RESPECTrULLY ANNOUNCE that I am prepared to buy. sell and mort gage real estate in Euroka, and also advance money on good security. Houses to rent suitable lor business or for families. I am also prepared to do a general contract ing business. FRANK ARAD1E. mrffi tf__ NEW *nN SHOP. IIIAVE OPENED A NEW TIN SI10P and will wurk to ordor in Tin, Galvanized, Black Iron, and Copper, in Pipes or Otherwise. Particular attention paid to all work in* tru.ted to me, and repairing promptly at tended to. Fnruivee and Mill Work Solicited. T. J. MAUPIN, Main et. oppoiil Paxton It Co bmk. April 17. 1677. • 6-21-tf — BATHS ! BATHS! BATHS! Remember, the silver brick BATH HOUSE afford* better facilities for ladies and gentlemen than any other. Oar room* arc large and tubs hidendid rue for comfort. It is conduct'd in first-class style. Everything is neat and clean. Como ard sue. Price of Baths. FUTY CENTS. B*ih House adjoining Thacber’s Old Sa loon. jisitf IN tiie him nth r ( oi ki 01 the United States for the District of Ne vada.—In the matter o! JONAS COllN and JACOB COllN. Bankrupts, in Bankruptcy. United S atesof America, District of Neva a, as.—A warrant in bankruptcy has been issued by said Court against the estate of Jona* Cohn and Jacob Cohn of the towns of Eureka and Pioehe respectively, of the counties of Lender and Eureka and State of Nevada, in said district, who have been duly adjudged bankrupts upon their own pe'iuon; and th« payment of any debts aud the de ivery ot any property belonging to said bankrupts, to th m or to their use, and the transfer et any property by them, are forbidden by law. A nneing of the creditors of said bankrupt*, to prove th ir debts and cl. »ose one or uioro assignees of their estate, will b- held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to b«- holdcn at ihe Court-room of said Court in Carsou City, Nt vuda. in said district, o 1 the 3.1 Uuy or July A., I). 1877, at 10 o’clock a. m. tr . a „ AUGUSTUS ASII, l nited States Marshal and Messenger in Bankruptcy for said District jeDHd 1 0 HOTKL8, FTC. j FIRST I\ THE FIELD! BILLY GILLEN TO THE FRONT. — 1MIE SILVER BRICK HOTEL was the first Restaurant in town to reduce KIKST-CLASS ROALD to 47 ncr week. The be** and choice.* in the market i" set bofo'e the *‘iner, the Coal-burner, the Law yer er the Parson. Three Ticket* for One Dollar! SILVER BKICK HOTEL, South Mam street. Eureka. apl3-K_WM■ GILLEN, Proprietor. Parker House Restaurant. MRS. P. GALLAGHER,-rBor«i«T*rtss. 'pnE PROPRIETRESS TAKES PLEAS 1 uro in announciug that she has leasod the above Favorite Restaurant. Th« tables will bo kept supplied with every trticlo the market affords, prepared by EXPERIENCED COOKS. Board, per week...—.W 00 Eureka, Xev., January 1S77, 11-ja'J'i SYMPHYTRIOU RESTAURANT! 1MIE ABOVE ESTABLISH menf Iia« been recently en larged and renovated, n -w occu py ia| tli*- Btir* first Boor <»f tho Auioiicun Exchange building. -ALL KIN’ltS OF Gamc, Fish and Vegetables. The best tbo market affords. BOARD $9 PER WEEK. eirPIUVJTE ROOMS FOR FAMILIES OR PARTIES.-** ai>14.tr THE PALISADE. (Formerly tho Junction House.) I'alisaile, Eevnila. PETE RURKETT : : : PROPRIETOR. I AM NOW PREPARED to furnish tup rior uc eorrmodations at the low est living rate*. 1 have r ftiroi*b d my bed-room* with entirely new furnirure and bidding, ard guarantee conn lot- satisfaction to all who may :av ur mu with th ir patronage. J. P. DUKKET. FVi«ado, March 31.1S77. apltf J. L. HM« KLKT. J. 11. l.orKVTOOl PARKER HOUSE, EUREKA. NEV. Uincklsy fit Lockwood, Proprietors. 'I'llE noons ARE SPACIOUS AND X supplied with Spring Reds throughout. THE BAU (s furni.hed with the finest Liquors and Cigars tho* can be purchased. A i'isMl-claNt Kestiiurant on the t'irwt Floor. The Palisade, Hamilton, Austin. Tybo and Belmont S.ages, all stop at this House. UNITED STATES BAKERY and Restaurant. JOHN HUEBNER, PROP’R. SERVED UP AT ALL TIMES. IN TIIE most approved sty.lo. Fish. Game, And the best BEEF. PORK and MUTTON to bo procured in the market. Mi aln at. all hours. BREAD, PIES, CAKES, etc. Pa t* y for ball suppers gotten up on short notioe. WEDDING CAKES a specialty. All article* delivered free of charge. Orders solicited. aoSfttf CORNER BARBER CHOP. Adjoining the Corner Saloon. HENRY CASEY PROPRIETOR. VTEWLY KITTED UK WITH ALL TI1E li latent improvements. ROCHESTER CHAIRS. The Best Artists Only Employed. A Clean Towel for livery Customer. epIOlf JOHS SH KO'kT.. Hl’UH ll'l HCM. SHROUFE & McCRUM, Successors to J. M. Ooewey A Co.. Importers of Liquors, KENTUCKY WHISKIES, Etc. 400 anil 411 froul St., San Francisco. : : : California mr">tf ROBY HILL WATER WORKS. Capacity of Tanka 400,000 Gallona ALL NOW FULL. WATER WILL BE FURNISHED IN Hr by Hill, in any desired quaui.ios, at all seaso ? of the year, at a unifur a rote ami lower than r n be furnished from any other source. Water delivered twice daily to pri vate f milies. minor*’ cabins, saloons, etc. Ticket* ranging from 6^ to 50 cents apiocc will e sold at the office of the company on Ruby Hill. W B. HAKRUB Proprietor. T. W. PEARSON, Superintendent. itivi'1 «* AS SAYING. D. 1VNDBOK Announces to tiie: public that h<» may ht*Y**aftor be found at his old office, on North Main street, where he will b* pleased* to rreeir* orders for a^aying until the Kur-ka Conaolidufed furnaces again iHSiime operations. Eureka, April d, 1877. apltf r. b. BA&nsov, COUNTY CL LUX, AND EX-OFFICIO Clerk of the Di.trict Court of th« "Mith ludi-iul Di.trict, in anil for the County ot iuroku. State of Nevada. CONVEYANCING, n all lt« branch:-, cor-.sdly executed. Ac (nowlolxiuerif., Affidavits, etc., taken in any >art of tbe town. Office: Fron> corner room at tbe Court ho'i»"._ da 1 I OK PHINTINO or ALI KINDS. A SPECIALY MISCKLLA SF.O US. T II E EUREKA AND PALISADE Rail road! HAS MEN Completed to Eureka, And the Company i« now reedy to earry pas sengers and freight over the road With Regularity and Dispatch. Train* will run a> follow* until further notice< Pmsrnger Trial ■■ Leave Eureka daily at.—. *:30 a. u. Arrive at Palisade at..10.00 a. n. Making connection with East and West Bound Trains of the Central Pacific Railroad. Krtmulug: Leave Pali*ad# at... 4:00 r. u. Arrive at Eureka at...11:00 r.M. Freight anil Accommodation Train: i<eave Eureka daily at... 7:00 4 M. Arrive at Palisade at. 3:50 p. u. Leave Palisade daily at. 7:45 4. a. Arrive at Eureka at..._... 5:50 r. u. The Company will delirer freight to Hamilton, Pioche, Tybo, Reveille, Belmont, AND ALL POINTS SOUTH. By its teams, with care and dispatch and at the lowest rates. n27tf P. KTCKTn, Ueneral Knii't. EUREKA AND PALISADE TELEGRAPH COMPANY. OFFICE With Wells, Fargo A C*., Main street. Eureka. THE ONLY LINE ronnectliiK with the Direct Atlnn. tie ( able, For all European cities and towns, and At lantic and Pacific Telegraph, l or all points ■ust and west our facilities for RAPID TRANSMISSION are the best in iho world. n27tf P. EVERTS. General Sup’t EUREKA F O U N DRY! '■puis ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW PHE A pared to furnish mills and furnaces with CASTING S Of every description. Also, Machine Work. We have running in connection with the above a liolREK Sll *P, where all desetip tion of boiler work and lorging will be un dertaken. All work leaving the Foundry Guaranteed, and Executed on the Most Reasonable Terms. ••"Orders solicited from outlying district* and tilled with dispatch. J. WELLS A CO.. Eureka Foundry. Eureka, Nevada. Eureka, June 11, 1077. jelJ-tf NOTICE. OWING TO A CHANGE IN OWN nhip, all person* h iving bill* agnimt the Eureka Foundry will indent thorn as moon ad possible ior set loment to G. HUMPilKEYS. Eureka, June 11, 1877, jvld-tf NOTICE. T WELLS HAVING REPURCHASED M • his former interu«r in tho Eureka Foundry, tho busine s will h« realtor bo car ried on under the lirin name of J. WELLS A CO. I Eureka, June 11, 1877. jolJ-tf I MRS. S. LEVENTHAL, North Main Street. J^EALEK IN STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES e-AND— PROVISIONS. Alto, a ganeral assortment of Merchandise and Clothing. Keeps on hand everythin* usually found in a family grocery. Eureka, May ti, 1S77._ mylfl-tf THOS. MURPHY, The Pioneer Bootmaker! WISHES TO INFORM 11ISOLP patron*, end the |»ubli«* gener ally, that b* h’is again commenced nu ino«s at bis old >tand, opposite I’aitnn ,v Co’s Hank, where ho is prepared to do all kinds of work in bis line, lie has on hand a large assortment of ALL KINDS 0FB00T8! of his own manufacture, which he will dis pose of at reduced prices. All kinds of repairing done at the shortest notice, tiivu mo e cali. Eureka, February 1> 1K77. f lrt-tf l. a. hall, sam'l coorsa STOCKS. 'IM1E UNDKKSIUNl J ARE PREPARED X to purchase and sell IHklXU KTOCH4 on eommission. All order romptly filled. San Francisco brokers: WILSON k HUTCHINSON. Being vents for leadi: g Fire Insurance Companies, we are prepared to furnish relia ble indemnity on good risks at living rates. Office : at Wells, Fargo k Co’s. d< COOPER k IIALL. PROFESSIONAL. A. Af. HILLHOUSE. Attorney at law. office in thu Odd Fellows’ Building, U|> stair1. Rooms 1 and 2. Eureka. Nevada. Iyl W. II. DAVENPORT, a TTOIlMit AT LAW. OFFICE IN J\ the Odd Fellows' Building, up stairs. Rooms 1 and 2, Flureka, Nevada. jyl I)U. M. ROCK MAN, I PHYSICIAN. SURGEON. ACGOUCn EUR. Oculist and Aurisi, has returned and re sumed i rsetice at his old office on ( lark street, Eureka, Nov,_junM-rf DU. JAMES WILLIAMS, IJIIYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE I on Main street, next door south of the Parker llou*e Eureka. Mav 24. 1877._my2'r-tf DU. J. II. LIJKKNM, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. nAS 1 resumed the practice ot his profes.jon at Ruby Hill. Calls promptly attended to day or night. Offi'e: Att the Drug Store. Residence a hove Miners’Union Hall. Eureka, Mav 2b, 1877^_mv27-tf DR. A. ('. BISHOP, PIIYNI4I4X AND AC It « EOT. Office on Main street, opposite Paxton A Go’s Bank, Eureka. flfftf I)R M. R. CM AMBLIN’, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, CAN BE I found at the Eureka Drug Store, or at his office, two deors south of tho Skxtixkl office, on Bttel street. Eureka, Feh. tt. 1S77, flO-tf Dat. E. Baht. C. J. I.axsixo. LANSING & BAILY, ATTORNEY* AT I.AH. OFFICE: 2d floor. Ptono biiiltiinjr. •outhwpst corner of Clark and Main street*. Ktireka Nev. my21-tf CRITTESOR* THORNTON. THOS. WREN j WRKN A TIIOKNTON, ATTORNEY* AT LAW, Main Street, Eureka, Set>ada, _ fl-tf_ 0. W. BAKER. Attorney at law and NOTARY I'LBLIO. Office in Dick Hyland's Brick Building. Baton en street. Eureka Nevada _ 1 tl * ’ R. M. BEATTY, VTTOKNKY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. idfice two door* north ol the Lost-office, Main -troot Eureka, Nevada._ia'-ti GEO. W. M EH KILL, ATrORSKY AT LAW. DIHTKKT Attorney for Kuroka county, and So tary i’ublic. Ollice in Hvlund’s Brick Bull liny. oDilf C HAMILTON, D. D. S.. Dextikt. I oomi: Five doors south o be Skjstijul office. buul t. KtiroK*._to T. J. MAI'PIN, Notaky h ui.k.-oh ick. main ttieet, next dot r to J. iStraua’ Jewelry Store Eureka. April 7. IS77. apX-rf THOMAS J. RKAD, ('llVII, I.Mil\y.Mt AM) I . N. DEP. J uty Mineral Purveyor. Office in Ky lund’a Erick liuildinc. on the comer of Buol irtl I’ll* 'fin «tpo<it4 nit «tnip«, ,n''|| mx n.j Eureka Lodge,No. 16,F.& A. M. Tbe Stated Communications of Eu reka Lodge, No. 1H. F. A A. M., will i bo bold in Masonie Hall, on every I Saturday on or preceding the full noon in ea<*b month. Lallod Communications every Saturday Evening. Members of sister lodges, end sojourning orethren in good standing, are cordially in vi ted to attend. D, C. SHERLOCK. W. M. W. P. Stkichklm i», Sprrotary. iVias* ■St. John's Chapter. Nr. 5, Royal Arch Masons. r!IK STATED OOMMUNICA l HONS of St. John** Chapter, No. % .A. M.t will be h*ld in MA SONIC HALL, on tho Second and fourth \> KUN K.SDA Y EVEN ISOS of each month, ( allod Communications on all other Wednesday evenings. All Knyal Arch Masons in good standing are cordially invited to attend. X). K. BAILY, H. P. W. A. Dcelkt. Secretary._myH ~ K. OF P. Beatific lodge no.7. k. of I\t meets each Friday of every month, at 7: !0 ©VI* ck p. , m., at it* Castle Hull, in Odd Fel low*' building. All brother Knight* in good standing are fraternally invited to attend Much meetings. H. M. BFATTY, C. C. E. 1C. Poror, K. of H. nrd. S. jaUtf I- O- O- F. I^UKF.KA LODGE. NO. 22. J meet* Every THUiUSDA I EVENING. IN ODD FELLOWS’ HALL. At 8 o'clock p. m. All member* in good standing are cordially invited to attend. 1*. ANDERSON’. N. G. M. Calibukb. Sccretury. 10-jy20 ■ XXa TMIE A. 0. Jl. moot every first and third 1 SA'l l'KD .V EVENING of each month, at 8 o'oclock, at the corner of Clark and Monroe street#, until further notice. 1*. t\ Sl’LAlNE. President. Tiioq. Murphy. *e»r■■tirv. NEW PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. I.OI Ift MONACO, l*ro|»ri«*ior. On South Main street. Eureka. Nevada, Having fully completed all my arrangements, I am now prepared to execute the best and MOST LIFELIKE PICTURES! To be obtained in Eastern Nevada. ALL KIN US OF PICTURE* are finished in superior style and with the latest improve ments of the art. KN LAKUKU PHOTOGRAPHS, reproduced from the smallest Miniatures to Life Size, are taken at this Gallery equal to any taken East or West. All negatives are carefully retouched and preserved for future orders. iel«LUI1S MONA CO./ rtiat. Senate Saloon, OPPOSITE THE PAItKEK HOUSE, Main Street, Eureka. piNEST UltANUS OF Wlnrs, Mqners Mid Clean. Attached to the saloon ara several Ci.FR ROOMS, which are neatly and coaily fitteu up. All tbo daily and weekly papers, and the monthly magazines, can always be found at this establishment. TOMMY DOUGLAS. Manager. Eu »ka. •lenmirv 2. Pi77.it. NOTICE. All persons indebted to me will pleace make payment to O. Uun kel ACc. F. LOKWY. Eureka J uoe 16, 1877. je!7-lm PA TF.NT APPLICATIONS. Application for a Patent TO THE GENERAL LEE MINE. NO. S7S. U. S. Land Omen. Eurfha, Ntr.. May 28tb. 1877. Nottck IS HKKEHY GIVEN T1IAT the Adams Hill Consolidated Mining Comp any. nr hose pnstoffice address is Eureka* Nevada, has this day filed its application for a patent for eight hundred 1800) linear feet of the General Lee mine or yen hearing silver with surface ground two hundred and tea <210> feet in width, situate, lying and being jK Eureka Mining Histrict, county of Eureka and State of Nevada, and known and desig. nated hy the field notes and official plat en file in this offi e as Let Number 120. The exterior boundaries of said Lot No. 120 being ns follows, to wit: Variation 16X degrees east. ^ Commencing at a post marked No. LIT.8 Survey No. TjO. whence the flagstaff in the town of Eureka bears k 82 dg. 4» min E. feet; the highest point «>f Kilby Hill No 1 bears S. tidg. II min. W*. 572ft feet; and the top of the General Lee incline hoars 4 »«lg. 37 min. W.48d ft-10 fe t. t hence running i«t tonne S. :*0 deg E. 210 foot, to post marked No. 2 (J S Survey No. 120; thence 2d course S. tioJca’ W. WSlfoot, to post marked No. 3, Suri vey No. 120, whence post No. 4 ot \ . s. Sur. vov No. 106, Wide West lone, b# ars S. 57^ 32 rrin. W. -TP 8-10 feet; thence 3d course x! 10 deg. W. *210 feet, to no«t marl* ed No. 4, \f9 S. Survey No, 120; and thence 4th course N* 00 deg. K. mm) 1 et. to po«t No. I, the place of beginning, containing 3 NO 1<D acres. I hi* claim is hounded on neither end by any known claimants '1 ho nearest mines art the Wide West and the Lexington. The location of tfci* mine i* duly recorded in the Recorder's office of Eureka Mining District, on page 178, in l><<ok l>,of said Min ing Record*. Any and all persons c’airring adversely any portion of said General Lee mine, or suid mi ing gruun 1 as h«'rcinbelored'*crih*d, art required to file their adverse claim with the K«*aistcr of the Tinted Mates Land 1 Wire at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, duriig tht GO davs period of publication hereof, or they will ho barred by virtue of the provision* of the statute. I*. it. 1MMEL. Kegi-ter. Eureka. May 28, 1877. mv*2'-Klid Application for Patent TO THE WILLIARISBURGH MINE. NO. *74. l\ S. Lawd ffirrirg, Eukkka. NftV., May 1. 1877. Notice is hereby given that >amuel Cooper, A. Benedict, L. A. i>all and B. I*. McDaniel.wh- -o loftofficc ad dress i* Eureka. Ne?.. have this uay tiled their application for a putontfor tilfeen hun dred I, -00) linear feet ot the \S ilRftni«bur«h mine or vein bearing silver, with surface ground two hundred (2WB feet in width, situ uro, lying an>l being in Kuroka Mining dis trict, cotfnty of Eureka and State ot Nevada, ui.d known and dus.gn»tctl by the hold notes oi*d official piat on tile in this office aa lot Ne. 117. Theextorh r boundaries of said lot No. 117 being a* h llows, to-wit: Variation l i e ug. east. Commencing <*t u post marked Ne. 1. U. 8, survey No. 117, wh nco tho Hagst tfl in tbe to vn cf K.ireke boars S.tod d*. 53 nan. E., *,741 !t., tho highest point ot Ruby Hill No. 1 bears A. U dg. >2 min. W., 8.-V.7 fr., non No. 1, U. S. survey No. 51, Bui.whacker lode bears N. 38 dg. h min. W.. 7u <M0 It., and tbe main shaft upon this lode bears ft. df. K.,301 .>10 ft.; thence running 1st coursvO. 7H‘s tig. E., 1,"WO ft., to post marked No. 2, l. .•5 a rvey No. 117; thence r .nning 2d course 2$. U)y dg. VV., 2tWif.. to post marked Ne. I, H. survey No. 117; thcoce .Vi cour«« N. 7.8* dg. W., I.wu ft., to postmark d No. 4, l . S. survey No, 117; tbi* post stands on tbe southeastern boundary ot survey No. 51, Bull* w ucker lode; thence 4th oeurae N. 5i dg. L. 104 ft., to post marked No. 5,11. S. survey Ne* 117, the same being post No 2 ot said survey No. 51; thence 5th course N. .84 dg. W. 102 2-Id ft., to post marked No. 0, L\ S. sur vey So. 117; tbauco dth course .V. 118 dg. E. >4 2-10 it., to post No. I, the place of be gmnincontaining d«8 100 acres. this claim is hiundeden the west by tbe Bull whacker mine. 'The location of this mine i* duly recorded in the Recorders office of Rureka Mining District (.n page 25*1 in B *>k K ot the Eureka District Mining Record*. Any and a 11 person* claiming adversely ftnv portion ot said WilliaiMsburgh mine, or mud mining ground, as h roin -efore described, are required io file th ir adverse claim w.th the Register of tbe l otted >lutes band Office at Eureka in tbe 8tate ot Nevada, durng tho sixty days period of piiidi^yti.in hereof, or they will be burred by virtuiot the provis sions of ihe statute. my2- AM D. B. 1MM EE, Register. Application for a Patent -TO TIIE MAG1SET ML\E. NO. 37j. U. S. Laud Office. ) Eureka. Nevada. May 10, 1877. ( Notice is heheby hiven that Alex. Eraser and Morris Hartnett, whose postoffice address is Kur-ka, Ne vada, bare this day tiled their application for a patent for tiitoen hundred (i, **>> tin lar feet of the Magnet mine or vein bearing silver, with sur.'ace ground two hundred i3tki) feet in width, siiu-ite, lying and boing in the Eureka Mining District, codnty 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 Ilk. 1 he exterior boundario/ of said lot No. lift being as follows, to wit: Variation lti>» deg. east. Commencing at a post marked No. I, U. S. Survey No 11H, whoi.ee post No. 1. Survey No.77, Industry lode, bearsS.til dg. 37 in. W., NO * tb 10 foot. 1 ho fluF-tatf in the town ol Eu reka bears N. 31 eg. 45 m. E, 14,701 tei t. The highest point on Ruby Hill No. 1 bears N. 8 dg. 51 in. W.,7,1*21 feet, arid the Magnet shaft bears N. ti dg. 51 ni. W.,755 feet '1 fcence run ning 1st course NI. f»' i dg. W., 300 fee*. to post im rked No. 2. I’. S. Survey No. lift* Thence 3d course N. % dg. E., 1,500 toot.to post marked No. 3, l. S. Survey No. Ilk. Thene® 3d course S. S3:i dg. K.. 300 foot, te post marked No..4, U. h. Survey No. Ilk; sad thence 4th eourso S. k dg. W., 1,500 feet, to post No. l, the placo of beginning, containing OkO-lOO acres. This claim is bounded on neither end by any known claimants; tne nearest claims are the Bald Eagle and Industry. The location ot this mine is duly recorded in the Recorder's office of Eureka Mining District, on page 13k, in Book E of the Eureka District Mining Records. Any ami all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Magnet mine,or said mining ground as hereinbefore described, are re quired to tile their ad verse claim with the Reg ister ot the United Mates Land Office at Ears ku, in the State of Nevada,during the sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of tbo statute. uiyll-tJOd D. B. 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