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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
-~ -• FINE JEWELRY1 P. STELER IS -«*- is J E WE liE R, Buns to inform the public th at ho has just received a mapni&eent stuck of the latest pateros. cooaiatina of DIAMONDS. Fine Gold ft Silver Witches CBAINS AND TINE JBWBLKT. SUYenrsie and Clocka, Which he Offers to sell at TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. LESS than any ether hoata in Eastern Nevada. Please call at bia store, one door south of S. Asbim A Bro’s, and examine hit new •took of coeds before purchasing elsewhere. No trouble to show feuds. Prices to suit the tim a. All of the above ha auaranteea to bo of the BEST QUALITY, and warranted as rapra HD tod. M. B.-Special attention paid to watch work. Watches repaired ana cleaned and warranted for one year. New jewelry made to order, and jewelry neatly repaired. All orders frost the ooantry promptly ah landed to. P. bTELER. Eureka, May 5.1tft,sayd-tf ORES PURCHASED. COIVIVOR A CO., jgUTIM or ORE i BULLION. . Agents for OREANA AND SACRAMENTO SMELTING WORKS. Ore 8acke for Sale. OFFICE—Wbitton’1 American Hotel build ing, up ataira. CONNOR A CO. Eureka, Aug. 24, 1*77. aug25-tf MRS. S. LEVENTHAL, Marita Malm Street. J^EALER IN STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES -AND PROYISIONS. Aleo, t general auortment of Merchandise and Clothing. Keep# on band eTerjtbing uiually found in a family groeary. Eureka, May W, 1877.mylO-tf V. UHL, PRACTICAL BOOTMAKER, fNaxt door te D. Lundbom't Aaiay office. 1 rilHB BEST or J. B JOTS made at tbia aatabllahmenl and good tta guarantaad. • Itflriil Mully Bone, nod on Short Wolleo. Th* beat of workman employed. Baraka, May ». 1*77. mySO-tf HALEY Ac CO., Wholesale and Retail Butchers, Main street, opposite. Odd 7«Uowi* Building. ***** f«4 ftefei ■■UM) Bpealai atteation paid to family eultom.ri. Meate delivered la aay part of tbo town. Baraka, May M. 1877. my25*tf NEW Tlli SHOP. I HAVE OPENED A NEW TIN SHOP aad will work to ardor la Tin, Galvanised, Black Iron, and Copper, in Pipe* or Otherwise. Particular attaatioa paid to all work in* treated to mo. aad rapairiat promptly at* Fmrmaee aad M1U Work Ballet tod. T. J. MAUPIN. JSMar* 'PaatoaCOo^ibaak. 'ftHBOtTFE A MockuvT Baaaaoaora te J. M. Ooaway A Co.. Importers of Liquors, KENTUCKY WHISKIES, Etc. 400 IS4 411 Front »t„ Ban Francisoo. : : California. mrStf Iam’l aoea. r. a. atraoLie. J. EVANS. Afoot ■ORE, REIIOLOS 1 CO., Importara aad Jobber, or wares AM9 UQVOBI, MS CaUforaia St. 8aa Praaoiaoo. am-BoU Aetata forFajiSo Coaet for 0.0. WtkWIonWn Ooeaty waiakWw. * nmassrmr A1J MM,~ Hb itmaonA. l. _ THUS. LASPEYRE. Attorney and counselor at taw. Eureka, Neruda. t flic? in Ry land's brick building. Bateman street. scpH-T-tf W. W BISHOP. 1. H. St BIS. BISHOP A SABIN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ©FFICE-IN Masonic Block. Eureka. July 81, 1877._aual-tf. DR. J. R. N. OWEN, PHYSICIAN AND SUHOEON, EUREKA. Nevada. Ofli -e in Clark’s building, cor ner of Main and Clark stre-ts. irlftf A. M. HILLHOUSK, A TTORMET AT LAW. OFFICE II* TV the Odd Fellows’ Building, up stairs. Rooms 1 and 2. Eureka. Nevada,iyl W. H. DAVENPORT, A TTORTB1 AT LAW. OFFICE IN TV the Odd Fallow!' Building, np stairs. Rooms 1 and 2. Eureka. Nevada. jyl DR. JAMES WILLIAMS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE I on Main atreet, next door south of the Parker House Eureka. Mar 24. HC7.mv2u-*f DR. A. C. BISHOP, PHYMI4T4M Alin RTRAROR. Office on Main street, opposite Paxton A !’> '« Mark. k’urcks.flltf Dav. K. litii.r. C. J. I.Asaino. LANSING k BAILY. ATTOKXKYR AT LAW. OFFICE: 2d floor, stone building, southwest corner of Clark and Main streets, Knreka Nev. my21-tf emiTTtSDRI TBOBVTOS. THO.. WBB1V WREN 4 THORNTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Main Street, Eureka, Nevada. . Ltf G. W. BAKER. Attorney at law and NOTARY PUBLIC. Office in Dick Hyland’s Brick Building, Bated a a street. Eureka Nevada■ «14 R. M. BEATTY, Attorney and COUNSELLOR AT LAW. L'iliee two doors north ot the Post-office, Main street Eureka. Nevada. ja-Vtt O HAMILTON, D. D. S.. DENTIST, l ooms: Five doors south o he SuiTlifKL office. Huel -'-eet. Kuremuf3 T. J. MACPIN, Notary public.-office. main street, next door 10 J. Straus* Jewelry Store Eureka. April 7. 1877.apft-tf A. D. ROCK IS NOW PREPARED TO DOANYSUR veying. Eurekn. Aug, 22, 1877. augHd-lm" THOMAS J. READ, CIVIL ENGINEER AND E. N. DIP ut; Mineral Surveyor. Office in Hy land’s Brick Building, on the corner of Buel end Bateman streets, up stairs. mvM GEO. W. MERRILL, Attornet at law, dintrict Attorney for Eureka county, and No tary Public. Office in Hyland’s Brick Building. o2Stf EUREKA AND CALIFORNIA LIMBER COMPANY. South Main Street, Eureka. Nevada and California LUMBER. OF ALL KINDS. Redwood, Oregon and Sugar Fine MINING TIMBERS Building Lumber! A complete aasortment of Clear ft Dressed Lumber, Flooring, Siding, Rustic and other STYLES OF SIDING, MOULDING, Lath, Shingles. Doors, Sash and Blinds, etc., always on Ha«<L EVERYTHING AT THE LOWEST CASH KATES. d7M RAC. L CO. B. REINHART. F. E. FISK. REINHART & CO., Dealers la yyruoLE and ground barley Floor, Wheat, Bran and Short*. BARLEY GROUND TO ORDER. All order* left at tba barley Bill, will be preaptiy attended to. OFFICE—North Main (treat, next to the Iron HalL Eureka, January 4,1(77. jaS-tf EUREKA F O U NDRY! This establishment is now pre pared to furnish mills and furnaces with CASTING S Of every description. Also, Machine Work. We have running in connection with the above a BOILER SHuP, where all descrip tion of boiler work and forging will be un dertaken. . _ All work leaving the Foundry Guaranteed, and Executed on the Meet Seasonable Terns. SVOrden solicited from outlying distriet* aad tiled with dispatch. J. WELLS A 00.. Eureka Foundry. Eureka, Nevada. Eureka, June 11. 1S77. jeU-tf SA LOOKS. MATT. KYLfS SALOOS, MAIN STREET : : : EUREKA. Three doora below Straua’ Jawelry Store, Has just received from gen Francirco a large invoice of the fineat Wines, Liquors and Cigars. The Saloon baa j oat baea newly fitted np, and ia nant and comfortable. A ibara of tha public patronage ie eolieitad. Eureka, Augurt Id. 1877. augl7 tf WESTERN SALOON MAIN STREET, (Four Doora Ralaw tha Intarnational Hotal). 'Ft E BEST WINES. LIQUORS i and CIO ARS. to be found on the eoaat, are kept at this aaloon. Dapot ot Lyons A Co.’a celebrated brow cry of San Francieco. FREE LUNCH AT ALL HOURS. Familial supplied at their resideaeer with LYON’S ALE. A share of tha public netmnage ia solicited. P. S. QUA ID. Propri-ter. Eureka, Augu«t 18. 1877. _augH-tf PALACE SALOON, Eaat Main atreet. South of Walla, Fargo A On. L. CLARK AMD A. BOTTO. Prop ra, HAVE FITTED UP. IN THE Beat Style. tha above Saloon, where they will keep only the choiceat brands of Liquora and Ci gara. Call and be convinced. ■erMeltf BILLIARDS ! THE CO&NU HAS Jl'ST RECEIVED NEW BILLIARD TABLES, with Dclsny's Patent Wire Cushions, end is to be kept ae A FIRST-CLASS SALOON. GEO. THACIIER.) CLAY SIMMS, / Proprietor*. apll FRANK’S SALOON 1 JOS. MENDE8, Prop’r. yy IlOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. All kinds of Sod* Drinks, flavored with the followine KXTU ACTS.ronstantly on hand: Sarasoarilla, Sherrbet, Pear, Blackberry, Ambrosia, Orgeat, Lemon, Rose, Nectar, Orange, Milk Punch, llock. Vanilla. Ice Cream. Claret, Ginger Cofloe Cream, Mint. Strawberry, Cbo’iate creamCatawba. Pina Apple. Grecian Bend, Wild Cherry Raspberry and Don’t Care. O h U B R O OKI! Money to loan an collateral or approved business paper. ar-mhu REMOVED! REMOVED! BRANDT’S Bavaria and Boca Beer TS REMOVED TO THE SAN 1 Francisco Hotel or “ Red Light Lodging House Buil.iing,” east Bids of Main streeet. Eureka, Nevada, where Louis will keep on hand a constant supply of tke celeorated Bavaria and Boca Beer; also Vineyard, Prop A Co’s Saierac de Forge, and other well known brands ef brandies. Bour bon and Rye whiskies, some 24 years’ old, and the finest liquors of all kinds at 12.'* cents a drink. An elegant elevator of tho latest patern is employed in hoisting the beer, filled in glasses, cold from the cellar, at the tick of tho bell. Free lunch from 11 to 1 o’clock daily; will also keep saadwiches of all kinds, Dutcu llerrings, Cav.ar, Ham, etc. Cigars a spe cialty. In conjunction with tho Bar bo will con duct a first-class Lodging House, at which tho weary can over find rest in oomfortmble rooms and clean, downy beds. Liquors and Cigars, 12H cents. Bods, from a# cents to II. A share of tho pablic patronage is solicited. BULIB BRANDT. Eureka, Juno 14.1877. jel5-tf COURT EXCHANGE Northeaat Corner of Main and Bateman Su. EUREKA, NBV. None but the finest qualities of liquor) and the cboieeat brand) of eigaia diapeneed at tho bar. Connected with tho eetabliahmeat la a Club R O O 1X1 And a number el weH-funiiahed card-room) for private parti ee. jatttf HANK KNIGHT. Proprietor. THE SAZERAC SALOON, Mam Sraarr, Benue, ■■ITH A f’tlAVAI, PMPt. REFITTED and REFURHI8HXD! Making it on# of tho moet attractive plaeee in Eureka. The Billiard Parlor, Attached to the SAZERAC, ie the finevt bil liard room in town, containing the neweet and moet improved table). myiULtt Senate Saloon, OPPOSITE THE PARKER HOUSE. Main Street, Eureka. pINEST BRANDS OF Wluow, Ugaora ee) tiger*. Attached to the ealoon are teveral CLUB ROOMS, which are neatly aod eeeily fitted up. All the daily and weakly papore, and the monthly magaiino*. can always be found at thi) MtaaliehmaaL TOMMY DOUGLAS, Manager Ewvka.Jawaaryl.ltn. lSft PA TEST A PPL ICA TIOSS. Application for a Patent TO TIIE GENERAL WASHINGTON MINE AND MILL SITE. NO. 792. C. 8. LAPnOrnre, Ehiia, Nit., Sept. SJ, 1877. Notice is hereby uiyev that Albert Slurgos. whose 1’ostofflce ad dress i« K ireka, Nevada, has this dav filed bis application far a paient tor 1,000 linear feet of the (laneral Washington mine, or vein baaring silver, with surfeee ground 200 fact in width, and 1 79-10C acres as a mill site, situate, lying and hoing in Eureka Mining District, county of Eureka, and State of Ne vada, and known and designated by the field nous, and official plat on fila in this o - flee na lot N umber 128. A and B. the exterior boundaries of said Lot No. 128. A and If, being as follows, to wit: Variation 16 deg. 30 min. cast. Commencing at a post marked No 1, L. 8. survey A o. 128. whence tbe highest point o Kuby Hill, No. I bears N. 3 deg. 23 min. If., 9.3.*) feet- Tbe tlenetnl M asliw.gien >hefi bears S. 19»» deg. W., 502 feet ami the Meta motas shaft bears S. 23 deg. E , Jfin N-10 feet, th»rce, running 1st cour-e S., 8* deg. N., : 8 1-10 feet, to post marked No. 2, L' S. surrey No. 12s; tbis post stands on the northern boundary of C. 8. survey No. 127, Metumoras lode; thence, 2nd course S.,7:tb iDg. W., 4*> 8-10 leet to pest No. 3, U. 6. surrey No. 128, tbe sente being post No. 4 of sid survey >o. 127; thence, 3d course S., 10‘* deg. E., 144 6-10 feet to post marked No. 4. I'. S. sut v--y No. 124; tnis pest stands on the western boundary of said survey No. 127; thence. Ith course 8., 8b deg. W., 748 9-10 te-*t to post marked No. 5, lr. 8. survey No. 128; thence, Mb course N., deg. W.,290 test to post marked No. 6, U. S. surrey No. 128: thence, 6th course A., 8b deg. K., 100 feet to post marked No. 7, U. S. surrey No. 128, end thence, 7th course B..8* deg. K.,26uteet to post No. 1. tbe place of beginning, containing 4 54-100 acres. Also the following deecribed tract of land as • mill site: Beginning at a postmarked No. l.V.8. survey No. 128. l,ot B, whence post Nol.Lot A. ef this survey bears 8., 32 deg. 8 min. W., 17,500 ft. The flagstaff in tbe town ol Eureka bearsS. 21‘v deg. K.,7a2 6-10 feet, end the northeast corner of the nld adoboOdd K< Mow’s building bearsS. 10'-,deg W.« 32 fe •!: the ce. running 1st course S. 78s deg W., 3 0 feet to poet marked No. 2. U. S. survey No. 124 Lot B; thence, 2nd course .V, 14* deg. W. 300 feet te po-t marked No 3, I . S. survey No, 12*, Lot If; thence, 3J course N\, 78* d< g. E., 'CO leet to post marked No 4 (J. S. survey No. 128, Lot If, aad thenee, 4th course 8., 14 hdeg. E., .'CM) feet to post No. 1, the place ot oeginnini, containing 1 79-100 acre-. Tbis claim is bounded on the north by the Civile and New Law, and on the sooth by tbe Kit Csrson mines. 1 be l< catien of this mine is duly recorded in the Recorder's ofli -e of Eureka .Mining District, on page 231. in Book D, of Eureka District Mining Records. Any and all persona claiming adversely any portion of said tieneral Washington mine, or said mining ground aa bereiabefore described, are required to file their adverse claim with tha Register of tbe United .Mates Land Office at Eureka, in the Stato of Neva* da, during the sixty da>a period of publica tion hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. D. K. I MM EL. Register. Euroki. ffapL 3. 1877. sept 4-tiOd Application for a Patent TO THE CLYDE MINE. no. m U. S. I.svri Omen, Ecskk t, Nev.. Sept 3d. IK77. Notice is iiekeuy given that Albert Sturges, whose I’ostofliee ad dross is Eureka, .Nevada, has this day filed Il f appliea ion lor a patent fur 000 linear feet of tho Clyde irine or vein bearing silver, with sur'ace ground 125 feet in width. situate, lying and buing in Eureka Mining District, county of Eureka, and State of Nevada, and known and designated by the field notes and othcial plat on file in this cffice as lot No. 129. The exterior boundaries of said lot 12* be ing as follows, to wit: Vanstio.i, 1*114 deg. east. Commencing ate post maiked No. 1, U. 8. survey No. 12*. whence the highest point of Ruby Hill No. 1 bears N. 4 deg. 4* min. E.. »,I02 feet: the Metamoraa shaft bears ti. 30 deg. 4 mm. E., 572 feat; and tba Clyda mine incline bemra S. 45 deg. 20 min. K.. 483 lent; thence running 1st course 8., 47*4 deg. K., 481 0-10 feet.to post mark d No.2,U. S. survey No. 120. This pest stands on the western boundary of IT. S. survey No. 120. Colorado lode; thence 2d course 8. Id's. deg. E.. 137 8-10 feet, along said survey No. 79. to post mark ed No. 3, U. S. survey No 129. whence post No. .3, of snid survey No. 79, Colorado lode, bears 8. 111*4 dog. K., *>7 8-10 feet; thence 3d course S., 42 k deg. W., 424 feet, to post marked No. 4, 11. 8. survey No. 12*. This Sost stands on the custom boundary of survey o. 127, Mctanioras lode; thence 4rh course. N., 10N, dog. \V., 1205-10foot, to post marked No. 5. U. n. survey No. 129, the same being post No. 1, ot said survey No. 127; ihcnce 5th course S., 79k <i» g. W., lU-T 5-10 foot, to pu«t marked No. 8, 1'. >. survey No. 129; th uce tith course N., 47*4 dig. W„ 511410 feet, to post marked 7 U. 8 survey N«. 12*. This post stands on the eastern boundary of U. 8. surrey No. 128. General Washington lode; thence 7th course N., 84 deg. K., 54 9-10 fret, to post marked No. 8, U. 8. survey No. 12*. the same being post No. 1, of said surrey No 128; thence 8thcourse N..81 v, deg. W., 81 4-10 feet, to past marked No. 9, ll. 8. survey No. 129; thence Utb course N., 474 deg. W., 291 2-10 foot, to post marked 10, U. S. survey No. 129; and thence luth course N., 42k dpg. E.. 12i teat, to post No. 1, the place of begin* nine, containing 141-100 aeraa. This claim is bounded on the east by the Colorado and on tbn south by the Metamorns and General Washington. The location of tbi* mine ia duly recorded in the Recorder’s ofiico of Eureka Mining District, un page 100, in Rook K, of the Min ing Records of Eureka District. Any and all per ons claiming adversely sny portion of said Clyde mine or said min ing ground as hereinbefore described, are re quired to file tneir adverse claim with the uegister of the Cnited State* Land nfiiceat Eureka, in the State of Nova'a. duri’g the sixty days’period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provis ions of the statute. D. B. 1M J4 EE, Register. Eureka, Sept. 3,1877. seut4-.0d REMOVED. MRS. JAMES CHRISTOPHER rT“[\ Has removed her H* MILLINERY, DRESSMAKINQ -AND— HAIR WORK S8TABLI8HHEKT TO THREE DOORS Abav. Big.l.w’n Hall, On Buel straat, where aba will be pleaaad to attend to the wants of her euetomera. the has just reeeived a large stock of mil linery. and Children’s Furnishing Goods. Eureka, June, U*. 1877. je20-lm* Annual Meeting. Eureka Mining and Smelting Com pany. rpUE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE X Stockholders of the above named Com pany. for the purpose of electing Trustees to serve for the ensuing year, will be held at thair office, 80S California street, San Fran eieco, California, on SATU RDAY. the twenty ninth day ef September. 1877, at 12 o’clock n. A. C. RYCE. Secretary. San Francisco. Cal.. August 25, 1877. au2P-2w | BOAL BI.ABKB, OF ALL DESCRIP lj Rons, printed to order at the SENT IN EL office' r.< test a rn. ip a tioss. Application for a Patent TO TUB HETAMOBAS MINE AMD MILL SITE. NO. 391. U. 8. Lavp Orricv. nrRFK i, Nor., Sept. 8. 1K77 N^OTH'K is HEREBY U1VEN THAT Albert Sturges, whose postoffice ad* IrasvisEur ka. Nevada, bus this day filed bis application for a patent for 73© linear feet of the Metamoras mine, or vein bearing silver, with surface ground 200 feet in width, sod 5 ecrea as a mill site, situate, lying and being in Eureka Miomg District, county of Eureka and S ate of Nevada, and known and designated by the field cotea and oficial plat on file in this office as Lot Number 127,; The exterior boundaries of Lot No. 127, A and B, b* ing as to lows, to wit: Variation lfi deg. 3© uiio. oast. _ Commencinv at a poat marked No. 1. U. 8. survey No. 127, Lot A, whence post No. So IT. S. survey No. 7V, Colorado Lode, boars 8 v 24 deg 29 ruin. K., IHV rt-|0 feet; Rubv Hill No. I bears N.. 2 dig. 33 min. K-, V.4H3 feet; rhe Metamoras shaft bears 8.. 23*4 deg. W., 131 fe«»t. and tho mouth of the Metomoras tunnel bears 8., 40 deg. 4 » min. W., ln.‘i feet; tbence, running Is course 8., 10*$ deg. E., 7'4) feet to post marked No. 2, U. S. survey No. 127, Lot A; thence, 2nd course 8., 79*4 deg W . 200 fe« t to post marked No. 3, U. 8. survey No. 127, Lot A; Thence,M cour*e N., 10‘i deg. W„ 7)0 feet to post marked No. 4, U. 8. survey No. 127, Lot A. and thenc«, 4th coarse N.,7Vh deg. K., 200 feet to post No. 1, to place of beginning, containing 3 41-100 acres. Also the following described tract of land as a mill site, and appurtenant to the Meta raoras mine: Beginning Mt a poat m«rked No. 1, U. 8 survey No. 127, Lot B. whence Bust No. 1 of Lot A beara 8,30 deg. tl min. . 2,499 feet; thence, running 1st oourke 8., 84*4 deg. \V., 300 feet to post marked No. 2. IT. 8. survey No. 127, Lot B; thence. 2nd course N.,55'4 deg. W., 435 0-10 feet to post marked No. 3, U. 8. survey No. 127. Lot B; thence. 3d course N., Ml4 deg. B., 500 feet to post marked No. 4, U. S. survey No. 127. Lot 11. and thence. 4th course 8., 5#A$ deg. E., 4-15 O-iO feet to post No. 1, tho place of begin ning. containing 3 acres. 'I his claim is oouuded on the north by the Clyde mine, and ea*t by the Banner mine. The location of this mine is duly recorded in the Recorder's office of Eureka Mining District, on pages 1U2 and MM. in Book E, of Eureka District Mining Records. Any and all person* claiming adversely any portion of said Metamoras mine and mill site, or said mining ground a* herein before described, are required to hie th*dr adverse claim with the Lcgister of the I nited Status Land Office at Eureka, in the 8t«te of Nevada, during the sixty days period or publication hereof, or they will b© barred by virtue of the provisions of tho statute. D. (1. 1M.V1EL. Register. Eureka, Sept. 3, lh77. sept l-*i©d Application for a Patent -TO THE CHABLESTON MINE. NO. 3*7. U. 8. Land Orricr, Fi bre a. Nev., I August 24, 1877. / >TOTICB IS HKKKBY GIVEN THAT I the Emmet Consolidated Mining Com pany. by their duly authorised agent, J. C Powell, whose Postoffice address is Eureka, Nevada, bus this day tiled hi.- hi plication for a patent tor six hundred 6M* linear feet of the Charleston mine or vein bearing -ilver, with surface around two hundred f et in w.dth, situate, lying and being in Eureka Mining District, county of Eureka, and State of Nevada, and known and designated by the held notes and official plat on filo in this office as lot N o. 123. The exterior boundaries of sail lot Xo. 121 being as follows, to wit: Variation lb deg. 30 min east. Commencing at a pest marked No. 1, IT. 8. survey No. 12.1, whence peat Xo. 1, of U. S. sarvev No. 54, Lord Lyron lode beirsN.35 deg. 37 min., E-713 5-10feet; theff&g-taff in the town oi Eureka bears N. 20 deg. 43 min., E. I7.2ff2feet; rh • highest point of Kuby Hill No. 1 boars X. 2 deg. oO min., W. 10.325 feet, and i he Charleston shaft bears 8. 33 deg., W. 328 feet; thence 1st course 8. IbS d*g.. W. 600 feet to post marked No. 2, U. 8. survey No. I£l; thence 2nd course N. 73'* deg., YV. 200 feet to post marked No. 3, l . 8. survey No. 123; thence 3rd course N. 16S deg., B. 600 feet to post marked No. 4, U. 8. survey No. 123; thence 4th course 8. 73>. deg., E. 200 feet to post Xo. 1, the nlace of beginning. The fol lowing uescribed tract of surface eround is hereby excluded from this survey: Begin ning at a post marked No. 2, of this survey, and running thencj 1st cour e N. 73S deg., \Y\ 200 fc*a to post No. 3 of this survey; thence 2nd course N. V*V% deg., E. 228 feet along the western boundary of this survey, and thence 3rd course j*. 24V4 deg.. K. 301 3- |u feet to the place «»f beginning, which tract being excluded loaves remaining 2 21-160 acre-. Ibis claim is bounded on the south by the Frankie Scott. The locution of this mine is duly recorded in the Keeo'der’s Office of Eureka Mining District, on page >8 in Book D, of the Euieka District Mining Hi*e »rds. Any and all i>*»rsonsc'aiming adversely any poition of said Charleston mine, or said min ing ground as hereinbefore described, are re qu.red to file th*;ir adverse claim with the Kegister of the United States Land Office at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the 60 days* period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. D. B. I MM EL, Kegister. aug*#HI0d Application for a Patent -TO THE D0LLY VAEDEN MINE. NO. 3*0. U. S. Lawn Omci, 1 Eureka. Nevada. July 18. 1K77. ( OT1CE 18 HEREBY UIVKN THAI the llooaac Consoli (ated (told and Silver ling Company, by their duly authorized agent. Win. Wermoth, whose poatoffica ad dress ia Eureka, Nevada, have this day filed tbeir application fur a patowt fer fif teen hundred (I,-500) linear fee. of the Dolly Vardeu mine nr vein bearing silver, with sur'ace ground three hundred (3UU) feet in width, situate, lying and being in Secret Can yon Mining District, county of Eureka, and State of Nevada, and known and designated by the field notes and official plat on filo in this office as Lot Number 121. The exterior boundaries of aaid lot No. 121 being aa follows, to wit: Variation 16V, deg. east. Commancing at a post marked No. 1.0. 8. Survay No 121. whence the tagstaf in the town of Eureka beara N. 1 dg. 57 as. E, 26.873 fact. Poat marked 0. S. Monument No. 8,on the aummit of llooaac mountain, bears N. 26 dg. 36 m. W. 1815 feet, and the Hoe sac new shaft bear* 8.70 dg. W., 908 foot; thence run ning first course S. 2% dg. W. 981 and 4-10 feet, to post marked No. 2. O. 8. Survey No. 121. This post stands on tbo northwestern bounda ry of V. 8. Survey Ne. 60. Hoosac lode. Thence. 2d course 8. 38‘, dg. W.. 183 and 5-10 feet, to post marked No. 3, IV S. Survey No. 121, the same being po t No. 2 of said I . 8. Survey No. 60; thence, 3d course 8. .'10 dg. 25 m. W., 434 4-10 feet along said survey No. 60, to post runfted No. 4, fT. S. Survey No. 121; ihonee, Ith course N. 2'■» dg. K., l.-'SJO f««t, to postmarked No. 5 1’. S. Purvey No. 121; and thence, 5th course, S. H7't dg. h., .'(00 fuel, to post No. 1, the place of beginning, con taining 8 42-100 acres. This claim is bounded on the south by the llooaac Mining Claim. The location of this mine is duly recorded in tbe Recorder's Office of Seciet Canyon Mining District, on page 178, in Book A u#Se eret Canyon Mining Records. Any and a", persons claiming adversely any portion of said Dolly Vgrden mine, or said mining ground as herein before described, are required to tile thair adverse claim with the Register of tho Vcited States Land Office at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during tha PATENT APPLICATIONS. Application for a Patent TO THE EAGLES BEST KIBE. NO. Ml. T. S. Lasd Omn, Ki kes a. Nn*.. Aug. 17th, 1*77. VTOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT il .Samuel Cooper, A. Benedict, A. I, Titue, end II. P. McDaniel, whose postoffiee address is Eureka.N eradt, hare this da* Had their application for a patent far lrWl liaaar feat of the Easlaa Neat mine, or rata, hear. Inf silver, with sarfaea ground 200 feat „ width, aituate, lying and being in Eureka Mining District, county ef Eureka, and Stats of Narada, and known and daafc. natad by tha field notea and official plat ee file in thia office as Let Number 124. The exterior bounderios of said Let ff,, 124 being ne follows, to wit: Variation 1#H degrees east Commencing at a post marked No L D. | surrey No. 124, whence the flagstaff ia the town of Eureka boars N. 2k deg. i mla. K. 13.12.1 last. The higbeet paint of Ruby Uilf No. I boars N. 21 deg. 43 min. W. 7.3*2 fest. post Ne. 1. ofU. 8. surrey No. RU; Bald Eagle lode beers n. 2k deg. W. 782 feet, and the Essie* Nn:t shaft bears 8. US dec. W., M» feet: thence, running let course 8., lb dag. K. 1 VOU foot, to po-t marked No. 2 If. 8. surrey No. 124: thence. 2d course S., 88'e deg. W.,200 ft, to post marked No. 3, U. S. surrey No. 124: rhenco. 3d course N., Ill d»g. W.. 1.M8 feet to poet merked No. 4. H. 8. surrey Ne. 124: thence. 4th course N-.M* deg. K., 3D0 feet, to post No. 1. iheplaee of beginning, contain ins « BM80 acr a. This claim is bounded on the west by the IV bite Eagle lode, and on tha north by tha Sileer Eagla mining claim. Tha location of this mina is duly ruceydad in tha Recorder’s office of Karelia Mtaiag District, on page 234, in Book E. of tbo Min ing Record* of said district. Any and all persons claiming adrertaly any portion of said Kaglos Na*t mina, or said mining ground as hereiabaforadescribed, are required to file their adrersa claim with tha Register of thel'nited State# Land Office at Kuraka, in the Slate of Naeada. during tha dO day* period of publication hereof, or (bay will be barred by rirtueof tbe prorisions af tbe statute. D. H. 1MMEL, Register. Eureka. Aug. 17, 1877. augllMOd Application for a Patent TO TliK GREY EAGLE MINE. NOTICE NO. 3x5. U. S. Lard Om<-« Eureka. Nevada. Aug. 17.1277. Notice is hereby uiven that Samuel Cwimr, A. lienedict, A. K. litus, and M. A. McDaniel, whose postoBea address is Eureka. Nevada, have tbia day filed tbeir application for a patent Ter 1,50# linear feet of the Urey Kagle mine or vein bearing silver, with surface ground 125 feel in width, aituate, lying and being in Eureka Mining District, county of Euraka, nnd State of Ne vada, and known nad designated by tbe lain notes and official plat on Ale in this office as Lot No. 125. The eaterior boundaries of said Lot No. 125 being as loUows. to wit: Variation 1«H dag. east. „ „ Comirancing at a post marked No. 1, l. H. aurvay No. 12>. whence the flagstaff in tbe town ef Eureka beers N. U deg. 27 min. K.. 12,Ms feet. The highest point of Ruby Hill bears N. Ik d g. 1.1 osin. \V., X.H2 feet, and the Urey Eagle shaft bears S. 11 deg. 14 min. E., 1,87# feet; ttence. running l»t c urse 6 . 21 deg. :» nun. E , 1,‘iOUteet, tv post No. I, I . S. survey No, ls>; Laid Kagle lode maked No. 2, l . S. survey No. 125: tbonce, 2d course A, kimt dog. W., Ili fret, to post No. 4, of seid survey No In*. 127 7-10 feet to post marked No. 8, r. A. s irvay No. 12>: thence, 8d course N„ 18 d"g (O min. Vi'., I,.‘Ski feet, to cost marked Not, U. S. survey No. 125: ami thence 4th course N., tw'4 deg. K.. 127 7-10 feet, to post No. 1, tbe place of beginning, containing 1 lO-imi acres. 'ibi-claim i« hounded nn the south by tbe Held Kagle lode, and on tbe norih by tbe Hlack Kagle lode. The location of this minais duly record#** in the Recorder’s oliicv of Kureka Mining Dis trict, on page 218, in book K, of the Mining Records ot said district. Any and all persona claiming advsnely any portion of said Urey Kagle mine er said mining ground na hereinbelore deecribed. are required to fllo their adverse claim with tbe Register of the United States Land Office, at Euraka. in tba Stale of Nevada, during tha sixty days period of publicalieai hereof, or they will be barred by virtue ef the provitions of the Statuta. I>. It. 1MMEL. Ragistar. Euraka, Aug. 17,1X77 anglflUMd Application for a Patent TO TI1E BLACK EAGLE MIKE. NO. 338. U. S. La vo Omre. El'ir.KA. Ncv., Aug. 17,1X77. XTOT1CE IS HEREBY OIVIN THAT iv Samuel Cooper. A. E. Titus, A. Heee dict, and M. A. McDaniel, whose Pustolfice ad dress ia Eureka. Nee., hare tbi) day filed their application fur a patent for 1>QU linear feet of the Blech Eagle mine or rein hear ing Hirer, with surface ground 132 8-10 feet in width, situate, lying and being in Eureka Mining district, county of Eureka and Stats of Nevada, and known and designated by tbe field note* and official plat on file ia this office at lot No. 128. The exterior bounderie* of said lot No. 12* being as follows, to-wit: Variation Ml's dg. east. Commencing at a poet marked No 1, 17. 8. surrey No. 128, the same being post No. 1 of 17. 8. surrey No. 126, drey Eagle lode, whence the flagstaff in tbe town of Eureka bears N. 33 dag. 37 min. K.. 12.818 feat. The highest point of Hu by Hill No. 1 bears N. IS deg. It mm. W.. 8,312 feet, ana the Black Eagle shait bears N. deg. K., 1,173 fael; thence, running 1st course 8., 3814 d g. W., 1-7 7 Ik fuel, to post No. t, of said surrey No. I2i. 132 810 feet, to post marked No. 2, 17. 8. surrey No. 128; thence,2d course N., 18 deg. E , IdUO fe~t, to poet marked No. 3, IT. 8. sur vey No. 12U: thence, .'Id course N., Mila deg. E., 1328-10 re»l, 11 post marked No. 4, U. b. surrey No. 128; thenee, 1th course 8„ 18 deg. M'., l.iOOleet, to post No. f, the place of be ginning, containing 4 30-100 acres. This claim is bounded on the south by tbe firry Ka.lo, on tbe east by tbs Bustard, and north by the Saialits lodes. The location of this mins it duly recorded in tbe Hecerder’s office of Eureka Mining District, on page 21k, in Book B, of the Eureka Mining Records of said district. Any and all persons claiming adversely any perlion ol said Black Eagle mhte, or said mining ground, as hereinbefore described, are required to flle their advene elaias with the Ktgliltr of the United States Laud Office et Eureka, ia tbe State or Nevada, daring the sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by rirtuo of the prerit siona ol the statute. D. B. I MM EL. Register. Eureka, Ang. 17, 1X77. augUMJtkl THOS. MURPHY, The Pioneer Bootmaker! WISHES TO INFORM III3 OLD fjjfl pa Iron', and tbe public gener ally, lhai b" has again commenced * Ro bustness at bis old stand, opposite Paxton A Co’s Bank, where be it prepared to do all kinds of work in bis Una. He has oa hand a large assortment of ALL XIBDB OF BOOTS ! of his own manufacture, whiuh ha will dir pose of et reduced prices. All kinds of repairing done et the ihertast notion. Hire me a call. Baraka. February 16, 1377. f 16-tf JO« rWITIltl OF ALL EINDB. Ex ecuted with disuateh at the BBNTtNRL printing Office.