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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
WESTERN HOTEL, FORMERLY The Silver Briok Lodging House. Four Doors Below the International, MAIN STREET, EUREKA, NEVADA. This establishment, complete in every part, will be opened Decem ber 5th. Board per week. : : : : : : : 97. Single meals, l : : : SO eta. THE BAR. Will be stocked at all times with the choicest Winea, Liquors and Cigars To be found on the coast. Depot for Lyon A Co’s Celebrated Brewery, San b rancisco. Families supplied at their residences with Lyon’s ale. P. F. Splane, formerly bookkeeper at the Silver Brick Hotel, will attend to the office business. A share of the public patronage is solicited. P. S. QUA ID, Proprietor. Eureka Deo. 1, 1877. d2-tf FISKE’S BAKERY — AND— CONFECTIONERY STORE! In Fitke’s Building, Main Street, Eureka. I HAVE JUST OPENED A 3AKERY IN connection with the Ctniostionery Store lately occupied by M. Young, and am pre pared to furnish TI1E BEST OP AMERICAN BREAD, PIES, CAKES, ETC. WEDDING CAKES AND FANCY PAS TRY A SPECIALTY ! By leaving orders at the store, goods will be delivered to any part of the towD. FKE51I CANDIES, manufactured on the premises, and always on band in largo quan tities. CllAS. FlSKE, Proprietor. Eureka. Dec, 22.1077.d23tf GAMS, POULTRY JND FISH. NICK MILLICH IS AGAIN AT HIS OLD STAND. NEXT door to Fred. Barnes’ butcher shop whore he will at all times keep on hand the best of Poultry, Same, run, cn>< * Oyalera, Fruit, Etc. Persons leaving their orders at my store will have them promptly tilled and delivered, FREE OF CHARGE. ••"Orders solicited. NICK MILLICII. Eureka. January 10, 1878.jall-tf SYMPHYTRIOU_RESTAURANT! THE ABOVE ESTABLISH ment has been recently en larged and renovated, now occu pying the entiro first floor of the _ Ameiican Exchange building. -ALL KINDS OF Oame, Fish and Vegetables. The best the market affords. BOARD $9 PER WEEK. ■GS-PRIVATE ROOMS FOR FAMILIES OR PARTIES,-**aplt.tf EUREKA, TYBO AND BELMONT TRI-WEEKLY STAGE LINE Leaves eurekaon Mondays, wed nesdays and Fridays, at 8 o’clock *. a , on and after D. comber 10, 1877; will arrive at Eureka Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 8 ■>. x. Runs through to Tybo and Belmont with limited States Hall and Wells, Far* go A Ce i Express, Without lay-over. Fine horses. Concord coaches, experienced drivers, and excellent accommodations. Eureka office at Wells, Fargo A Co’s office. N. C. REVEAL, Superintendent. SAM’L COOPER, Agent at Eureka. mvli>tf EUREKA, HAMILTON and P10CHE STAGE LINE. ailmer A Salisbury, Proprietors. Connecting with the eureka and Palisade Railroad. Leave. Eureka for Hamilton every morning at 7 o’clock. Leaves Hamilton for Pioehe every alternate day, Sundays included. Leaves Hamilton for Eureka every day. Leaves Pioehe for Hamilton and Eureka •very alternate day, at K a. n„ Sundays in cluded. Carrying U. 8. Mail and Weils, Fargo A Co’s Express. Fin. American horses and new Coneerd coaches. Oflics at Wells. Ferro A Cq’«. mr!5-tf HALEY & CO., Wholesale and Retail Butchers, Main street, oppositej Odd i’ellow*’ Building. | tMf, ▼ml, Pork, ■attorn. Special attention paid to family euitomere. Meat*delivered la any pert of the town. Eureka. M»» 84.1877.myMWtf NEW Til* SHOP. I HAVE OPENED A NEW TIN 8H0P and will work to order in Tin, Galvanized, Black Iron, and Copper, in Pipea or Otherwiae. Particular attention paid to all work in* trusted to me, and repairing promt tiy at tended to. Fnrnstco and Mill Work Solicited. T. J. MAUPIN, ; ap8 Main st, opposite Paxton's Bank, i HOTELM, ETC. PARKER HOUSE RESTAURANT, WAIN STREET, EUREKA. MRS. ROB'T STEWART, PROPRIETRESS. THIS OLD ESTA lished Restaurant h just been thoroughly renovated and enlarged, und will bo ready for gen eral business To-morrow Morning, Feb. 4th. THE TABLE will at all times be supplied with The Best the Market Affords! ThoCulinnry Department will be under the immediate supervision of MRS. STK\V A KT, who will spare no pains to please her pa trons. Eureka, Feb. 2, 1S78._H'f William OiLLtca, Jamu McMartis. THE PARKER HOUSE. Main Street, Eureka, \cv.. Gillen A MclVIartin, PROPRIETORS. rPHE APPOINTMENTS OF THIS HOTEL A are first-class, tho rooms having been enlarged and elegantly furnished. Single or in Suits. THE BAK Has a fine reputation, and will be kept up to that standard. Nothing but the best will be offered. Attached to the premises is a first-class &B8TAVRANT. The Palisade, Hamilton, Austin, Tybo and Belmont Stages, all stop at this House. Eureka, January 29, 1878,j3S>-tf THE JACKSON HOTEL IS NOW OPEN -AND IS THE ONLY FIRE-PROOF HOTEL IN EAST ERN NEVAOA. Main Street, Eureka. '•pHE ROOMS ARE HARD FINISHED, JL elegantly furnished and spacious. Single or in Suits. Gas in all the Booms. Connected with the Ilotel is the Finest Bar-room in the State. A. JACKSON, Proprietor. Formerly of the Jackson House,, n Hamil ton, White Pino county. Eureka, Dec. 24. IE-77.d28 TURNER HOUSE. SOUTH MAIN STREET.EUREKA. Thus old established hotel has just been n wJy refitted throughout, and has a large number of ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS. Mr, Turner makes a specialty of tho RESTAURANT AND DINING-ROOM, Where, under his personal supervision, all the delicacies of the season will be served in the most approved manner. BAR AND BILLIARD ROOM ! With a fine assortment of Liquors and Cigars. The Postoffice and the office of Wells, Eargo <t Co. are directly opposite, and car riages run to and from the depot to meet all trains. B. J. TURNER, Proprietor. Eureka, July 18, 1877._jvlMtf COSMOPOLITAN RESTAURANT AND SALOON, (Adjoining the Cosmopolitan Hotel), SOUTH MAIN STREET, : : EUREKA Good board by the day, * ~ WEEK OR MONTH. THE BEST QUALITIES OF Wines, Liquors and Cigars, Can always be found at the BAR. R. McCIIARLES, Proprietor Eureka, Nor. 7,I8T7. n8-tf UNITED STATES BAKERY and Restaurant. JOHN HUEBNER, PROP’R. QERVED UP AT ALL TIMES. IN TIIE O most approved style. Fish, Game. And the beat BEEF. PORK and MUTTON to be procured in the market. Meals at all hours. BREAD. PIES. CAKES, eto. Pastry for bail suppers gotten up on short notice. WEDDING CAKES a specialty. All articles delivered tree of charge. Orders solicited. au23tf EUREKAHOTEL. THIS OLD ESTABLISH, •d bouse continues to fur nish to its patrons FIRST-CLASS ROOMS, single or in suits. The house is well fur nished throughout, and THE BEDS ARE UNSURPASSED by any in the town. PRICES RASONABLE. ■arThe omnibus takes passenrera to and from the house on the arrival and departure of the train* aptttf , SALOONS. MATT. RYLE’S SALOOX! MAIN STREET. EUREKA, Three doore below Straus Jewelry Storo. HAS JUST RECEIVED FROM Sen Francisco a largo invoice of the linest Wines, liquors and Cigars. The saloon has just been newly fitted ur. and is neat and comfortable. A share of the public patronage is solicited. Eureka, beb 1. 1878. f2-!f PALACE SALOON, East Main street* South of Wells, Fargo A Co. L. CLARK ANI> A. BOTTO. Prop'rs. HAVE FITTED UP, IN THE Best Style, tho above Saloon, where they will keep only the choicest brands of Liquors and Ci gars. Call and be convinced. nov24-sltf BILLIARDS ! TQB CORNER Has just received nmv billiard TABLES, with Delany's Patent Wir. Cushions, and is to be kept as A FIRST-CLASS SALOON. GEO. TI1ACHER.I pranri..,ir, CLAY SIMMS, I Dro-pnetors. apis THE TIGER. JOS. MLtNDES, Prop’r. r|1HIS SALOON I1AS BEEN FITTED Ul\ JL with a view to comfort, unsurpassed by any similar establishment in the State. To a stranger it is a perfect mystery. Up-stairs or down, turn as you will, you find yourcoll before a Supplied with the choicest brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Experienced and attentive bar-keepers are always in attendance to serve the patrons ot the bouse. SAN JOSE FREDRICKSBIRG BEER CONSTANTLY DM DRAUGHT. __OCt4»tf THE SAZERAC SALOON, Main Stbkkt, Eubkka, SMITH A PjSAVAS, Pit HP’S. REFITTED and REFURNISHED! Making it one of the most attractive places in Eureka. The Billiard Parlor, Attached to the SAZEK AC, is the finest bil liard room in town, containing the newest and most improved tables. my29-ti REMOVED! REMOVED! BRANDT’S Bavaria and Boca Beer IS REMOVED TO T11E SAN Francisco Hotel or " Kcd Light Lodging House Builiing,” east side wQmRjw of Main streeet, Eureka, Nevada, where Louis will keep on hand a constant supply oi the ceieorated Bavuriu and Boca Beer; also Vineyard, Prop A. LVs Sazerac de Forge, and other well known brands of brandies, hour j bon and Kye whiskies, some 24 years’ old, and the linost liquors of ail kinds at 12't cents a drink. An elegant elevator of the latest patern is employed in hoisting the beer, filled in glasses, cold from the cellar, at the tick of the bell. Free lunch from 11 to 1 o’clock daily; will also keep sandwiches of all kinds, Dutcu Herrings, Caviar, 11am, etc. Cigars a spe cialty. In conjunctien with the Bar bo will con duct a first-class Lodging House, ut which the weary can ever find rest in comfortable rooms and clean, downy bods. Liquors and Cigars, V2l/9 cents. Beds, from r»0 cents to Si. A share of the public patronage is solicited. LUllS Bit AN Hi. Eureka. June 14.1677. jel5-tf COURT EXCHANGE Northeast Corner of Main and Bateman Sts. EUREKA. NEV. None but the finest qualities ot liquors and the choicest brands of cigars dispensed at the bar. Connected with the establishment is a Club R o o m And a number et well-furnished card-rooms for private parties. jalltf 11ANK. KNIGIIT. Proprietor. Senate Saloon, OPPOSITE THE PARKER HOUSE. Main Street, Eureka. piNEST BRANDS OF will pa. Liquor* and (lean. Attached to the saloon are several Ci.lJB ROOMS, which are neatly and cosily fitted up. All the daily and weekly papers, and the monthly maguiines. can always bo found at this establishment. TOMMY DOUGLAS, Manager Ku' ska. January 2. 1877. i.l' THE CORNER CHOP-STAND QPNW DAT AND NIUHT. WM. H. WALKER. Proprietor. March 1, 1877. m2tf PROFESSIONAL. DR. L. BAZET. PHYSICIAN AND SUKGKON.-OFFICE. 1 at the City Drug Store, Main street. Eu reka. Consultations in English, F'ronch, Spanish and Italian _ Eureka.Feb. 18, 1878. (20-tf DR. M. KOCKMAN, PHYSICIAN. SURO EON,ACCOUCHEUR, Oculist and A wrist. Office under the American ID tsl, Clark «treet, Eureka, Ner. Eureka, January 22, 1878. jy23tf A. B. HUNT, Attorney and counselor at Lav, 3011 Montgomery street. Rooms 63 and 66, Nevada Block, San Francisco, Cali fornia. Ja I 'J R. M. BEATTY. THOa. LA9PKYRK. LAsPEYRE ,fc BEATTY, A TTUKNEYS AND A COUNSELORS AT LAW. Office in Rvlnnd’s brick building, Iiateman street, opposite the Jackson House, Eureka, Nevada. jyStf C. HAMILTON, D. D. S., Dentist, rooms over Bigelow's Hall, eoroer of Hurl and Bateman streets. Eureka, Dee. 14, 1877. divert DR. G. H. THOMA, 13I1YSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICE on Buel street, opposite the Skntiski. office. t '25-11 DR. JAMES WILLIAMS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE I on Main street, next door south of the Parker House. Eureka, May 24,1877. mv25-tf DR. A. C. BISHOP, I)IIYNI«I\N a N l» MIKOROJf. Office on Main street, opposite I'axton 4 Co's Bunk. Eureka. f|Btf DR. J. R. N. OWEN, Physician and surgeon, eureka, Nevada. Office in Clark’s building, cor ner of Main and Llurk streets. jj l"tt A. M. HILLHOUSE, Attorney at i.aw. office in the Odd Fellows’ Building, up stairs. Rooms 1 and 2. Eureka. Nevada. iyl GEO. W. MERRILL, Attorney at i.aw, pistriit Attorney for Kuroka county, and Nb rary Public. Office in Hyland’s Brick Building. o2Btf W. H. DAVENPORT, Attorney at i.aw. office in the Masonic Building, up stairs, cor ner Main and ClarK si*.. Eureka, Nee. jy 1 Pat. E. Baii.y. C. J. I.a.tsimq. LANSING & BAILY. \TTOKN EYN AT I.AW. OFFICE: 2d floor, atone building. °outhweat corner of Clark and Main street*. Kuroka Nov. my21-tf rRITTENDKN THORNTON. THOS. WRKIf WREN <fc THORNTON, ATTORHEYN AT LAW, Main Street, Eureka, JSevada. tf-tf G. W. BAKER. Attorney at i.aw ani* NOTARY RUBLIC. Office in lSick Kyland‘a Brick Building, Bateu • n street, Kureka Nevada. W. A. EDWARDS, CIVIL LNOINEKR AND DEPUTY U. S. Mineral :>urveyor. All order* proini’ly atrei lod to. Special attention given to underground work. d2-tf THOMAS J. READ, Ciivie i:nui.m;i:k and i . s. dep> j uty Mineral Surveyor. Office in Hy land’s Brick building, on the corner of Duel and batemnn streets, up stairs. my 14 T. J. MAUPIN, Notary public.-office, main street, next door to J. Straus’ Jewelry Store Eureka, April 7, 1877. ap8-tf •SUL ! Kl 1 Eureka Ludge,No. I6,F.&A. M. /A The Stated Communications of Eu VjTA^reka Lodge, No. 1*>, F. »k A. M., will ^%-v^yNbe held in Masonic Hall, on every Saturday on or preceding the full Boon in each month. Called Communications every Saturday Evening. Members of sister lodges, and sojourning brethren in good standing, are cordially in vi ted to attend. II, JOHNSON, W. M. W. P. Strichrlmaiv, secretary. 15-jaU St. John's Chapter, Nc. 5, Royal Arch Masons. IMIK STATED CONVOCATIONS of St. John's Chapter, No. 5, . A. M., will be held at MA- *?A%: SONIC HALL, on the Second wWHW* WEDNESDAY EVENING of each month. Callod Communications on all other Wednes day evenings. All Royal Arch Masons in good standing are cordially invite.! to attend. JOHN GILLESPIE, H. P. W. A. Duri.ky, Secretary. jy'JItf K. OP" 1*. TiEATIFIC I/ODflE NO. 7, K. J) of P., meets each Friday of every month, at 7:’40 o’clock i*. M.,at its C astle Hall, in Odd Fel lows’ building. All brother Knights in good standing are fraternally invited to attend such meetings. fT „ y. ¥. N. A. CHANDLER. C. a II. B. McKlR. K. ot R. and. S. jaHtf -A.. O. JEL. T'lIE A. 0.11. me»t every firm and third A sAllKDVV fc\ EM NO of each month, 11 8 o oclock, at the corner of Clark and Monroe mreots, until further notice. ,, 1’. F. SPCAINb, President, uhos. Murphy, eecrotary. i- o. o7 p. IN ODD FELLOWS’ HALL. At 8 o'clock p. h. All member* in guod standing arc oordially invited to attend. P. ANDEKSO.N, N. G. M. Camshkr, Secretary. 10-jyiJO PUREJVIILK ! JAM PREPARED TO I-URN IS II NO. 1, pure, Irenh Milk to families anti other* in <iuantitie* to suit. Kami ie« wi*hina milk from one cow. can be nupplied by leaving word at my residence, on Sprina street, bo ow (.lark* Milk always on hand, ana de livered to any part of the cicy. _ L „ WM. E. TAYLOR. Eureka, Not. 10,1877. n20tf MI8CEL ..XEOUti. THIS SPACE IK RESERVED FOR 0. DIL\KEL & CO.’S Dry Goods. Eureka, Jan. 7, 1878. ja8-tf BLACKSMITH, WAGON AND SHOEING SHOP ! THE UNDERSIGNED would beg leave to inform tho public that b« i-< now prepared £*■-££2*310 DO ALL KINDS OH WORK in tho above line, with uoutnt\«« and dispatch. All Work Done at Greatly Reduced Prices, and Warranted To bo as good as tbo best. HENRY ZOTTMAN. Eureka, Jan. 14, 1877. jylnf Chas Fkrrarjs. Martin Skankkk. FERRARIS & SKANKEE. t. PERSONS WISH INGTHKIR BOOTS ^•nnd SHOES niniie lo order, and de siring a good tit and ntjli.«h looking work, manulucturtd from the be.*t FRENCH CALF OR KIP SKINS, Should get their work done at our establish ment. French Cork-Solfd Hoots a Specialty ! A full supply of ready-made Buots con stantly on hand. Every description of Ladies’ Oaiters and .'hoes made to order, and of the host mule rials. REPAIRINC DONE At the shortest notice and in a workmanlike manner. " e guarantee nil our work as rogards ma terials and perto, ! fit. Superior workmanship, low pricea and fair dealiog is our motto. EKltUARIS & SKANKEE, I wo doors south of VV oils, Eargo i Co’s. Eureka, Doc. 3,1377. dftf To the Unfortunate. I New Remedies! New Remedies! | I)R. GIBBON’S DISPENSARY, \ XTO. «23 KEARNY STREET,COR m^A Is nor of Commercial, .''an Fran cisco. Cal. Private entrance on Com ,nor<iul -t. Established to 18.il, 1 -r the treatment ot Sexual and seminal Uisoasos smfi as Gonorrhe a, Gleet,Stricture, Syphilis in all its forms, .Seminal W eakness, hnpotency, etc. etc. Skin diseases of years' standing, and Ulcerated Legs, etc., successful ly treated. DiC GIBBON has the pleasure of announ cing that he hu§ returned from viriting the principal hospitals of Europe, and has re sumed practice. The Doctor has spared neither time noi 1 rm ney in seeking out now remedies, and ha? 1 returned with increased facilities lor the alle viation of humun sulloring. Seminal Weakness. Seminal emission is the consequence of self abuse. This solitary vice, or depraved sexua» indulgence, is practiced by tho youth of both sexes to an almost unlimited extent, produc ing with unerring certainty the following train of morbid symptoms, unless combated by scientific medical measures, viz.; Sallow Countenance, dark spots under the eyes, pain in tho head, ringing in the ears, noise like the rustling of leaves or rattling of chariots, un easiness about the loins, weakness of the limbs, confused vision, blunted intellect. loss of confidence, diffidence in approaching Gran gers, a dislike to form new acquaintances, a disposition to shun society, loss of memory, pun pics and various eruptions about the face, hoctic flushes, furred tongue, foetid breath, soughs, consumption, night sweats, monoma nia, and frequently insanity, ll relief be not obtained, you should apply immediately, ei ther in person or by letter, ami have a curt effected bv his m*w and scientific mode o! treating this disease, which never tails ot stfeoting a quick and radical cure. Cured at Home. Persons at a distance may be CU KKi> A ) HOME, by addressing a letter to DIG GIB BON, stating case, symptoms.length of tirai the disoaso has continued, and have mediein* promptly forwarded, froo from damage ami , curiosity, to any part of tho country, with ull and plain direcdons for use. By inclosing Top Dollars coin in a regis tered letter through the Postoffice, oi through Wells, Fargo A Co, a packngo ot medicine will be forwarded to any part of tb« Un on, Persons writing to tho Doctor will pleas* state the name of the papor they seo this ad vertisement in. All communications strictly confidential. Address DIG J. F. GIBBONt Box 1957, San Francisco. California, ns*- lv UR. SPINNEY 6l CO., No. II KcHriiy Mreer, rpREAT ALL CHRONIC AND SPECIAL 1 Disease*. YOI XU HIKN Who may ho suffering from tho effects of youthful follies or indiscretion will do well to avail themselves t,f this, the greatest boon ever laid at the feet of "offering humanity. DR. SPINNEY will guarantee to mrleit five hundred dollars lor every on e of weakness or private disease ot any kind or character which ho undertakes arid fail* to cure. HI HX. There are many at the nge of thirty to sixty who are troubled with too frequent evacua tion of the bladder oft-n accompanied by a “light smarting or burning sensation, and a weakening ot tho system in a manner tho pa tient can not account for. On examining the urinary deposits a ropy sediment will often he found, and sometimes small particles » t aibu men will appear, or tho color will he of a thin milkfsh hue, again cha ging to a dark and torpid Appearance, i h«*re are many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant ot the cause, which is tho second stage of seminal weakness. Dr. S. will guarantee it perfect cure in all such eases, and a healthy restora tion of tho genito-urinary organ4. Office Hours 10 to 4 and 0 to 8. Sundays from 10 to 11 a. m. Con4ultafion free. Thor ough examination and ad vie-. $ft. Call or address DR. SPINNEY A CO , -29-tf No. II Kearny street. San Francisco. ARTESIAN WELL B O R I N C ! npHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE JUST RE 1 ceived .11 the necessary noHchincry lur .inking Arte.inn Well., and are new pre pared to receive contract* for boring. For inlorniutiun in regard to term*, etc., apply to _ . . R. II. l'AIlKEit JM.'O. r.uroka August 2S. 1877. au2!ltf FOR SALE ! ONE NEW AMES’ PORTABLE ENGINE, cylinder 9x12, 15 to 18-horse power. - It can be seen at the Railroad Depot. Eureka. I’rice very low. Apply to ... N. S. TROWBRIDGE. dJS Tjrbo, Nevada. Afl&CEL L A A’ 1SO US. Application for a Patent" : TO THE BLUE BIBB MINE NO. 410. JT. 8. Land Okkick, Eurkka, Nov., March 1st, 187* 'V'OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'i||AT Tx Morris H. Joseph arid .James F. ]),* " hose Postnffiee address is Eureka. Nev»d»' have this day filed their application for > paten* for nine hundred linear f ct of th» B tie Bird mine or vein hearing silver with surface ground two hundred feet in width situate, lying and being in iho EerekuMinJ ing District, county of Eureka, and 8in*te rf Nevada, and known and designated by th» field notes and official plat on tile in this offiil as lot No. 135. The exterior boundaries of said lot 135 b*. ing a* follows, to wit: Variatio i, 10'» deg. east. Commencing at a post maiked No. 1, U, g survey No. 135, the same being post No i »r U. S. Survev No. 132, Golden Rule lode whence the flagsniff in the town of E reka bears N. 25 deg. 22 min. K., 15,208 foot; Rubv Hi 1 No. I bears N. 15 deg. .*17 min. W.t437 f et; post No. 2 of U. 8. Survev No. SM>* JjV'd Eagle lode, bears N'. 21 deg. 11 min. W 4'.r> IMO feet; arid the Blue Bird and Cliriur shaft bears N. 83'4 deg. K.# 303 leot; thc'ice running 1st course N.. «3‘* deg. E., 200fe*t to post mark'd No. 2. P. 8. survey No. 135. thence 2d course 8. 34’4 deg. E.. 1,00 feet to’ l ust marked No. 3, P. S. survey N0. 1*35. thence, 3d course 8.. 635$ deg. VV., ‘200 feet,'to post inurKed No. 4. I . 8. survev No. v;v» thoncelth course N., 3D* di g. W., Skjij to p st No. 1, 1 ho place of beginning,contain ing 4 JM00 acres This claim is bounded on the southwest by the Golden Buie mine. l he location of this mine Is duly recorded in the Recorder's office of Eureka Mining District, on page 1 11, in Rook E, of the Min ing Records ot saii District. Any and all persons claiming adversely nny portion of said Blue Bird mine or said mining ground a* hereinbefore described, are requir'd to file tneir ad verso claim with the Renter of the Dnited States Land <»fficoat Eureka, in the State of Neva in, durb g the sixty days'period of publication hereof, or they will be b irred by virtue of the provis ions . f the statute. mb2- Od D. B. IMMEL.Register. Application for a Patent TO THE GOLDEN RULE MINE. NO. 406. ‘ r. S. Land Officr, i Eurf.ka, Nevada. January 15, 1878. Notice is hereby given that Morris II. Joseph and James E. Duff, whoso i»,st office address is Eureka, S»v., have this day filed their appli. ntion fi.ra patent for 1,500 linear feet of the Golden Rule mine or vein bearing silver, with sur face ground J'O feet in width, situate. lying and being in tho EurekR Mining district, county of Eureka and State of Nevada, and known and designated by tho field notes and official plat on file in this office as lot No. 162. Tho exterior boundaries ol said lot No. 132 being as follows, to-wit: Variation 16S dg. east. Commencing at a posr marked No. 1, V. S. Survey No 1 2. whence the flagstaff in t*etowri of Eureka bears N. 2.5 d v. 22 mm. E. 15,2«.8 feet; Ruby Hill No. 1 bears N. 15 deg. 57 nun. W. If. 143 feet; post No. 2t D. S Survey No.fr*, Bahi I agio lode, bear* N. 21 deg. n ruin w. 4'.*.'i (MO feet, and the GoMon Rul* shaft b-ars S. 31 deg. .50 min. W. HO ,-jo feet; thence, running first course S. : 1‘4 de*r. E. 1, 00 feet, to post mrrked No. 2. 1’. S. Survev No. J.'L* thence. 2d course. S. deg. W. 20o feet, to* post marked No. 3, l, S. Survey No. 18*2* thence, 3d course. N. 31 N deg. \V. i,5un fe©t pi post marked No. 4. C. S. Survev No. 1 *2; Hnd thence, 1th course, N. 63!4 deg. K. 13«0 feet, to po«t No 1, the place of beginning containing 6 81*100 acres. 1 hi* claim is bounded on the north by tbs Red Bird lode, Tho location of this mine is duly recorded in the Reeonler’s office of Eureka Mining District, at Eureka, Nevada, c.n page 148 in Book F, of tho Eureka District Mining Rec ords. Anynnd all porsori" claiming adversely any portion of said Go den Rule mine, or said mir.ing ground, as h* rein before described, are required to file fh'dr adverse claim with the Register of the I’m ted Mates Land Office at Eureka, in the State o' Nevada, during tho sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtuuof the provi sions of tho statute. IE B. IMMEL, Register. Eureka, Jan. 15, 1*78. jyl5-30d Delinquent Mining Notice. H’O FRANK WAY. MORGAN MILDER. 1 J. It. RllILl.IRS, and JOHN VOl’.NG, to th* ir heir*. assigns, executors or ndmii. i*trtotor-: You are hereby notified that 1, ihe undersigned, your co-owner, Las pel formed work and labor on tie H\e-fw»*nty mine or lode, situated in Soring V alley Mining DDtriet, Eureka counfv, Nevada, under tho provisions of an net ol Congress, entitled “An Act to promote t*o development of the mir ing rekouro«Moffh'* Doited MNtes." approved May Rh 1*72. and th* several art* amenda tory and supplemental I hereto, to the amount rende*ed necessary by sai l act; nod that you have fai ed to porlorn your P/oportion of such woik »nd expenses for the yenrs 1875. 1*76, 1877, according to your interests in said min» , or have had the same done: ami that unless you pay to the undersigned your just proportion jf the expenditures of said w< rk according to your in ©rests in said mine wi hin ninety days >• ft**r the pub'ication of this notice, that vo«<r interest in said mine will become the property of he undersigned, under and by virtue o said Act of Congress. Frank Way. .J7.-, Morgan Mi I lor. 50 feet. J. H. i ‘h i 111 ,k . SO font. Jolin I 0"rir. 50 fai-r. Said mina i. r. corded in honk <*. p»ga 2, of lh" Spring V alloy M inina Record., Furck a county, containing 1 'J0O loot, of which the undor.-ig: oii claim. X7.'> tret. . ELI U. U08E. Luroka. January 1 1,1878. jal'J-!iO<i Notice of Forfeiure. Eureka County, state ok Nevada, December 31#t. 1877. rrO MICIIAKL SHKKSK AND A, (J. Mo l KKNZIK: You are hereby notified that I, owning the interest of Harney Collins, one of the original locators, have expended at lon»t eightv dollars for each ot the following years, in labor and improvements upon the * Irish ImbH«enderv lode, b-ing 800 feet, situated in Secret Canyon Mining District, and recorded in the records now in said dis trict, in s id countv and State, as will a.-i ear by erf ificatos filed 31 <t of December, 1877, in the office of *be Recorder of said county, in order to hold said premises under tbo pro visions of section 2.821 of the ID risod Stat tues of the I nited States, being the amount required to hold the •nue for the years end ing 1874,1875, 187H, 1877; and if within 1*0 days after this notice, by publication, you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expenditure, as co-locators, your interest in said claim will become th ? property of the subscriber, under said so tion 2,821. jyl-UwbOd D. J. J. M ACLAU'HILlN. MINI NC TAX. Notice is hereby given, titat the tuxes on the proceeds of the miner ot Eureka County, for the quarter ctniinr Iteccuther Mint. I877_, tire now duo nnd p.yabi* to tue, at my office, In burcka, and that the law in regard to the collection ot the mm* will bo strictly enforced. HANK KNIGHT. Assessor of Eureka County* Eureka, Nevada, bob. 11. 187k. fli-lm For R ent. TWO LARGE COMFOHTACLE fflb rooms, suitable for an office. ora S|fi store, can bo rented cheap if applies- z tlon is made immediately, at „ , MRS. M. A. ASHIM’S Eureka. January U, 1878. jl3-U