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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL
WESTERN HOTEL, FORMERLY The Silver Briek Lodging nouse. Four Doors Belov tbe International, MAIN STREET. EUREKA, NEVADA. This establishment, complete in every part, will be opened Decem ber 5th. Board per week, : : : t s : 07. Single meals, > : 50 els. THE BAR. Will be stocked at all times with the choicest Wine*, Liquors and Cigar* To be found on the coa>t Depot for Lyon A Co’s Celebrated Brewery, San Francisco. Families supplied at their residences with Lyon’s ale. A share of the public patronage is solicited. P. S. QUAID, Proprietor. Eureka Dee. 1,1877. d2-tf FISKE’S BAKERY —AHI>— CONFECTIONERY STORE! In Fiske’s Building, Main Street, Eureka. I HAVE JUST OPENED A 3AKERY IN connection with the Ctnfeationery Store lately occupied by M. Yeung, and am pre pared to furnish THE BEST OF 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 town. FRESH CANDIES, manufactured on the premises, and always on hand in large quan tities. Cil AS. FiSKE, Proprietor. Eureka, Dec. 22. 1877.d‘23tf GrAME, POULTRY JND FISH. NICK MILLICH IS AGAIN AT HIS OLD STAND. NEXT door to Fred. Barnes’ butcher shop where be will at all times keep on hand the best of Paul try. Sans, Fists, ECCS. Oysters, Fruit, Etc. Persons leavinr their orders at my store will have them promptly filled and delivered, FREE OF CHARGE. WOrders solicited. NICK MILLICH. Eureka. January 10, 1878.jall-tf EUREKA, TYRO AND BELMONT DAILY STAGE LINE Leaves eureka daily (Sundays excepted), at 5 o’clock a. m., on and after Monday. April 1, 1(78. and will arrive at Eureaa daily (Sundays excepted) at 8 o’clock ». it. Bans through to Tybo and Belmont with Halted States Mall and Wells, Far go A Co a Express, Without lay-over. Fine horses, Concord coaohea, experienced drivers, and axcellent accommodations. Euraka office at Wells, Fargo A Co’s office. W. C. REVEAL, Superintendent BAM’L COOPER, Agent at Eureka. _ mh2D tf EUREKA, HAM1LT9I and P10CHE STAGE LINE. Bllmer A Soli.bury, Proprietor*. /CONNECTING WITH THE EUREKA \J uid Palisade Railroad. Leave. Eureka for Hamilton every morning at 7 o’clock. Leaves Hamilton for Pioehe every alternate day, Sundays includod. Leaves Hamilton for Eureka every day. Leaves Pioehe for Hamilton and Eureka every alternate day, at H a. m„ Sundays in cluded. Carrying U. 8. Mail and Wells, Fargo A Co’s Express. Fine American horses and new Conoerd eoaches. OBieo at Wells. Fargo A C»’«. mr!5-tf HALEY & CO., Wholesale and Betail Batchers, Main street, opposite,* Odd I'ellowi’ Building. | -»-* ■WM tmi, Fork, Hatton Special attention paid to family cultomers. Meats delivered la any part of the town. Eureka- Mav 24.1877. mr25-tf NEW TJMM SHOP. I HAVE OPENED A NEW TIN 8H0P and will work to order in Tin, Galvanized, Black Iron, and Copper, in Pipe* or Otherwise. Particular attention paid to all work in trusted to me, and repairing pronudy at tended to. Furnace and Mill Work Solicited. T. J. MAUPIN, apt Main at, opposite Paxton’s Bank. r. B. BABKOV, POUNTY CLERK. AND EX-OFFICIO U Clerk of the DU.let Court of the Sixtk Judicial District, in and for the County of Eureka, State of Nevada. CONVEYANCINO, In all lta branches, correctly executed. Ac laowiedgmenta. Affidavits, etc., taken in any anrt of the town. Ofloe: Front, corner room at the Court kouso. dt JOB FBlSTUi 99 AUBEItM A SPECIAL* , HOTELS. ETC. PARKER HOUSE RESTAURANT, MAIN STREET, EUREKA. MRS. ROB'T STEWART, PROPRIETRESS. m — THIS OLD ESTAR-w—#*^ lished Restaurant bus ^^W^kjust been thoroughly renovated and “ or.larged, and will be ready for gen eral business To-morrow Morning;, Feb. 4th. THE TABLE will at all times be supplied with The Best the Market Affords! The Culinary Department w:ll be under the innmdiate supervision of MRS. STEWART, who will spare no paiDS to please her pa trons. Eureka, Feb. 2, 1*78.f3f William Gillrn, Jamkr McMartin. THE PARKER HOUSE. Slain Street, Eureka, Nev., Gillen At McXWartin, PROPRIETORS. X'lIE APPOINTMENTS OF THIS HOTEL are first-cltus, the rooms having been enlarged and eleguntly furnuhed. Single or in Suits. THE BAK lias a fine reputation, and will be keptnp to that standard. Nothing but the beet will be offered. Attached to the premises is a first-class &B8TAU&AKT. The Falisade, Hamilton, Austin, Tybo and Belmont Stages, all stop at this House. Eureka, January 20, 1878.j3Q tf TI1E JUKXDN HOTEL IS NOW OPEN -AND IS THE ONLY FIRE-PROOF HOTEL IN EAST ERN NEVADA. Main Street, Eureka. rPHE ROOMS APE HARD FINISHED, X elegantly furnished and spacious. Single or in Suits. Gas in all the Rooms. Connected with th. Hotel is the Finest Bar-room in the State. A. JACKSON, Proprietor. Formerly of the Jackson House,; n Hamil ton. White Pine county. Eureka, Dec. 24. 1877.d28 TURNER HOUSE. SOUTH MAIN STREET—.EUREKA. rpHIS OLD ESTABLISHED HOTEL HAS 1 just been n wly refitt d throughout, and has a large number of • EIBBASTLY FURNISHED ROOMS. Mr, Turner makes a specialty of the RE6TAUKANT AND DINING-ROOM, Where, under his personal supervision, all the delicacies of the season will be served in the most approve.! manner. BAR AND BILLIARD ROOM ! With a fine assortment^! Liquors and Cigars. The Postoffice and the office of Wells, Eargo A Co. are directly opposite, and car nages run to and from the depot to meet all trains. B. J. TURNER, Proprietor. Eureka, July 18, 1877._jyl9tf COSMOPOLITAN RESTAURANT AND SALOON. (Adjoining the Cosmopolitan Hotel), SOUTH MAIN STREET. : : EUREKA Good board byiiie day, « WEEK OR MuMTU. I THE BEST QUALITIES OF Wines, Liquors and Cigars, Can always be found at the BAR. R. M el'll A KLES, Proprietor Eureka. Nov. 7, 1877. n8-tf UNITED STATES BAKERY and Restaurant. JOHN HUEBNER, PROP’R. QERVED UP AT ALL TIMES, IN THE O most approved style. Fiah, Game. And the best BEEF, PORK aad MUTTON to be procured in the market. Meals at all hours. BREAD. PIES, CAKES, ete. Pa'try for ball suppers gotten up on short notice. WEDDING CAKES a specialty. All articles delivered free of .barge. Orders solicited. anSStf SYMPHYTRIOU RESTAURANT I The above establish ment has been recently en larged and renovated, now occu pying the entire first floor of the Ameiioan Exchange building. -ALL KINDS OF Chune, Fish and Vegetables. The best the market affords. BOARD PER WEEK. •■-PRIVATE ROOmTfOR FAMILIES OR PARTIES.-** npw-tf SALOOXS. PALACE SALOON, East Main street, Sent* of Wells, Fargo A Co. L. CI.ARK AND A. BOTTO. Prop's*. HAVE FITTED UP. IN THE Best Style. the above Saloon, where they will keep only the choicest brands of Liquors and Ci gars. Call and be convinced. oov2t-sltf BILLIARDS ! TBS CO&NBE Has just received new billiard TABLES, with Delany's Patent Wire Cushions, and is to bo kept as A FIRST-CLASS SALOON. 0E0. THACIIER.I CLAY SIMMS. } Proprietors. apl» COURT EXCHANGE Northeast Corner of Main and Rateman Sts. EUREKA. NEV. None eut the finest charities ot liquor* and the choicest brands of j eigais 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. jalttf HANK KNIGHT. Proprietor. P. A. m'lkod, I», M'DONaLD. MINERS' SALOON, MAIN STREET.EUREKA. TIIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE | gj juf.t purchased th“ nLove-named ■aP popular £aioo*i. ai d will commence busiue.-s to-day. Unly the best of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS Will be kept at this establishment. A share of the public patronage is folicited. McDonald <k McLeop. Eureka, March 20, 1678._mhiltf MATT. KILE’S SAL00A ! MAIN STREET. EUREKA, Three doors below Straus Jewelry Store. HAS JUST RECEIVED FROM Sun Francisco a large invoice ul the line.-t Wines, Liquors and Cigars. The saloon has just been newly fitted up, and is neat and comfortable. A share of the public patronage is solicited. Eureka, feb 1. 1878. f2-tf THE TIGER. JOS. MENDES, Prop’r. rPHT8 SALOON HAS BEEN FITTED UP, JL with a view to comfort unsurpassed by any similar establishment in the State. To a stranger it is a perfect mystery. Up-stair* or down, turn as you will, you find yourself before a Supplied with the choicest brands of Wines, Liqnors and Cigars. Expetienced and at'entive bar-keepers are always in attendance to serve the patrons of the house. SAN JOSE FREDRICKSBIRG BEER CONSTANTLY ON DRAUGHT. _oct4-tf THE SAZERAC SALOON, Maui strkkt, Ecbkia, SMITH A I 'iSiVAS. PROP’S. REFITTED and REFURNISHED! Making it one of the most attractive places in Eureka. The Billiard Parlor, Attached to the SAZEKAC, is the finest bil liard room in town, containing the newest and most improved tables. mj'iJk-tt REMOVED !_REMOVED ! BRANDT’S Bavaria and Boca Beer IS REMOVED TO T11E SAN Francisco Hotel or “ tied Eight Lodging House Uuil aing,” east side of Main streeet, Eureka, Nevada, where Louis will keep on hand a constant supply ui the eeleunited Lav..rin and lioca Leer; also Vineyard, Frop A LVs Sa/.erac de Forge, and ether well known brands of brandies, bour bon and Kye whiskies, some 21 years’ old, and the finest liquors of all kinds at 12S cents a driak. An elegant elevator of the latest ratern is employed in buisting the beer, filled in glasses, cold lrutn the cellar, at the tick of the bell. Free luoch from 11 to 1 o’clock daily' will also keep sandwiches of all finds, Dutc* Herrings, C'av.ar, Ham, etc. Cigars a spe cialty. In conjunctien with the Bnr he will con duct a first-class Lodging House, at which the weary can ever find rust in eotnfurtable rooms and clean, downy beds. Liquors and Cigars, 12f% cents. Beds, from 5# cents to tl. A share of the pablic patronage is solicitad. LULLS BRANDT. Eureka. June 14,1877. jel5-lf Senate Saloon, OPPOSITE THE PARKEH HOUSE, Main Street, Eureka. piNEST BRANDS OF Wines, Liquor* and Cigars. Attached to the saloon are several Ci UB ROOMS, which are neatly and ceaily fitted up. All the daily and weekly papers, and the monthly magaiinee. can always bo found at this establishment. TOMMY DOUGLAS, Manager Bar aha, January 3,1877. i&f ' PROFESSIONAL. C. J. LANSING, Attorney at law. office orer ('lark’s store. Eureka Nev., corner of Mein and Clark street*. Eureka, March 28, 1878. mh31-tf R. M. BKATTT. THOR USPKYRK. LAsPEYRE A BEATTY, Attorneys and COUNSELORS AT LAW. office in Ryland’s brick building. Rnteman street, opposite the Jackson House, Eureka, Nevada. j\3tf A. B. HUNT, ATTORXFY AND COUNSELOR AT I 309 Montgomery street. Room- Ho and 08, Nevada Block, San Francisco, « ali fornia. j r 12 C. HAMILTON, D. D. S., DENTIST. ROOMS OVER Bigelow’s Hall, corner of njyyZLJS Buel and Bateman streets. ^UluT Eureka, Lee. 14, 1877. dl5-;f DR. G. H. TFIOMA, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICE I on Buel street, opposite the Skntinkl office. c25-tf DR. JAMES WILLIAMS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE l on Main street, next door south of the Parker Mouse Eureka, M ay 24, 1877. my25-tf DR. A. C. BISHOP, PIIY’MCItN AND Kl'KGKAN, Office on Main street, opposite Paxton A Oo’s Bank. Eureka. fllitf DR. M ROCK MAN. PHYSICIAN. SURUEON,ACCOUCHEUR. i'culi t and A'Tist. i llico under the Amoricin 11 ■ t 1, Clerk street, Eureka, Nev. Eureka, January 22, IK7«. jt28tf DR. J. R. N. OWEN, Physician and supoeon, eupeka. Nevada. Office in Clark’s building,cor ner of Main and ( lurk str« ts. j.vlTtf A. M. HILUIOUSE, Attorney at lam. office in the Odd Fellows’ Ruilding, up stairs, Rooms 1 and 2. Eureka. Nevada. ivl GEO. W. MERRILL, Attorney at law, district Attorney for Eureka county, and Ni> ’ary Public. Office in Rvland’s Brick Building. o2ktf W. H. DAVENPORT, Attorney at law. office in the Masonic Building, up stairs, cor ner Main and Clark 8l»., Eureka, Nev. jyl CRITTENDEN THORNTON. THOS. WREN WREN A THORNTON, ATTORNEYS! AT LAW, Main iStreet, Eureka, Xevada. tktf G. W. BAKER. Attorney at i.aw and NOTARY PUBLIC. Office in Oick Kyland‘fl Brick Building, Barea *» *tr«et. kur«ka Nevada .*U W. A. EDWARDS, Cl IVIL KNOINEKK AND DKPUTY IT. ' S. Mineral >urvoyor. Ail orders promi ly atto. dcd to. Special attention given to under- ground work. d2-tf THOMAS J. READ, Civil, K.M(iI\i;i:K A.\l» I . N. DEP. uty Mineral Surveyor. Office in Hy land’s Brick Building, on the corner of Duel and Bateman streets, up stairs. myl4 T. J. MAUPIN, 4 Notary public.-officr, main street, neat door io J. Straus’ Jewelry Store Eureka, April 7, 1S77. ap8-tf SOL JHll&S. Eureka Lodge.No. I6,F. & A. M. A Tb? Stated Communications of Eu Vj^^reka Lodpe, No. Hi. F. k A. M., will bo held in Masonic Hall, on ever} vr Saturday uu or preceding the full moon m «»«-b month. Called Communications every Saturda\ Evening. Members of sister lodges, and sojourning orethron in good standing, are cordially in vi ted to attend. II, JOHNSON. W.M. W. P. Stk7Chrlma v, >«»cre>ary. 15-jall it. John's Chapter, Nc. 5, Royal Arch Masons. 1MIE STATED CON VOCATIONS of St. John’s Chapter, No. 5, . A. M.. will be held at MA- WjAifc SON 1C HALL, on the Second WEDNESDAY EVENING of each month Called Communications on ail ether Wedntf dav evenings All Royal Arch Masons in good standing are cordially invited to attend. , JOHN GILLESPIE, H. P M. A. Purlky, rv. j 21tf iv. oT i*7 Beatific lodoe nc.7, k. of P., moots each Friday ..f ••very month, at 7:.*50 o’<T ck p. at its ( astle Hall, in Odd Fel lows’ building. AH brother Knight* in good standing are fraternally invited to attend such meetings. . „ „ „ N. A. CHANDLER. C. C. H. R. M* Rep, K. of H. and. S. jal4tf m TT ■ I1®*® ®yory first and third SA1UKD \Y EVENING of each month, i 8 o’oclock, at the corner of Clark and Monroe streets, until further notice. _ P. F. SPcAINK, President, Thou. Murphy. .-eero?ary. I» SUS m JF* B I7UREKA LODGE. NO. 22. te.1" IN ODD FELLOWS’ HALL At 8 o’clock r. u. All jiember* in good Handing ara cordially invited to attend. 0 „ P. ANDEKduN, X. G. M. Camrhfr. Secretary. 10-jy20 Notice of Forfeiure. Eurkra County, .»tatf or Nfyada. ’I’O MIPHAEL S«KKSEANDi,i,,,G8»l'r. I K KNa > R: You ar.- hereby notified that I. owning th« interest of Barney Collins, one o» the original I-.c .tors, have expended at least eighty dollarMor each «1 the following vsars, in labor and improvement-, upon the ‘ Ir,sh Imbasender^ lode, b-ing 800 feet, situated in Secret Canyon Mining District. «nd r^c‘'rd'‘d in the records now in said dis trict. m s id county and Sia* , as wi 1 a .i eur by ■ er»ific^tes filed 3|«t of December, le77, in the office ot he Recorder of said county, in otder to hohi said premises under the pro visions of section 2 324 of th.Rtvi-ed St.it tues of the United States, being the amount required to hold the *ane for the years end ing 1874, 1875, 1878, 1877; nnd if within IK) days after this notice, by publication, you tail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such eJC j . ’tur*’ *• co-locators, your interest in said claim will become th property ot the subBcnbcr, uader said se tion 2,324. jyl-ltwbOd D. J. J. M ACL A l) GULIN. MISCF.lt .XEOUS. THIS SPACE IS It E S E K V E D FOR 0. DOKEL & CO.’S Dry Goods. Eureka, Jan. 7, 1878. ja8-tf BLACKSMITH, WAGON AND SHOEING SHOP ! THE UNDERSIGNED would hog leave to ir.foiru the public that he is now prepared HiMkSnJto Du A LL KINI^uf WuKIv iu tho above line, witu neatness and dispatch. All Work Done at Greatly Reduced Prices, and Warranted To bo as good as the best. HENRY ZOTTMAN, Eureka, Jan. 14, 1877. jyl5*f Chas Fkrrakis. Martin Skankkk. FERRARIS & SKANXEE. b. PERSONS WISHINflTHEIIt ROOT.' ^nnd StltrJ&S mmle lo «r«l* r, and de siring a good tit end stylish looking work, manufactured from the best fkexch calf oh kip .-iOxs, Should get their wurk done ut our establish ment. French Cork-Selcd Hoots n Specialty ! A fuil supply of reudy-mude Boots con stantly • n band. Every d s-cription of Ladies’ Gaiters and Shoes made to older, and of the best mate rials. REPAIRING DONE At the shortest notice and in a workmanlike munner. u e guarantee all our work as rogards ma ter a Is an<l perfect tit. Superior workmanship, low prices and fair deuli..g is our motto. FK.IRAKIS A SKANKEE. 1 wo door* south of Wells, Fargo A l>*s. E ircl a Doe M. 1877 d4tf FOR _SALE ! THAT PROPERTY, »it uated on Ituby II II, known V as “ Airs. Kavannugb’s Boarding House.” will be u sol i at a bargain for cash. Ihehoust-b s lately been refurnished and I’Ut in splend d urd r; has ample accommo dations for one hundred boarders hi d forty lodgers, and has been doiu* a canh business of $3,500 per month. For further particulars, inquire on the premises ol M KS. M. DELIIANTY. Ruby Hill, February 1.1878. ftitt THE CORNER CHOP-STAND’, ^I’r* DAY AXD JHU1IT. WM. U. WALKER. Proprietor. W»r*h 1. IS77. Delinquent Sale Notice. JACKSON MINING COMPAN Y-LOCA •I ti*»n of principal place of bust re-s, 408 California streo*, Sa* F ranri-c**, Calif orpin. Locution ot works, Eureka. Nevada. Notice—I hero iir- delinquent upon the fol lowing describ'd stock, on account ol a-se-* ment No. 10, levied on the‘2*th day of .March, 187*, the s**verul amount* set opposite the names of the respective sharcholdwrs, as fol lows: No. No. Names. Cw't. Shares. AnPt. Breckinridge J W, tru*. 810 4 10 $ 5 no Cop-, U^ler .t Co., tru*. 2 U0 5) 25 00 Cra dull W G,»* u-tee... 2040 50 25 00 Coursen G A, tru-t -e...« 13*2 luO IA) 00 Courseu G A, rru-tee.. .. H| 8 ]u Mi C ursen G A. trustee. 3511 bn 25 (Hi Cou-hers J j. 8181 20 10 On ou-hers .1 J. MM 50 2 • 0o C ut* A Lov. land, trus. 34*4 20 10 00 Clute A Loveland, trus. 3*21 20 10 00 clute A Loveland rrus. 8.5 4 20 Jl) (M) Clute A Loveland, trus. 85.50 |0 5 44) c«»nk A >a* d* rson, trus. 85l0 10 5 oo Dewey E E, tru-tee. 2 *0 100 54) 00 • wey E F, trustee. 2-«3 6*4) 2 o 00 Dewey E t. trustee. .‘14)04 100 50 Ml Fox C W, trustee.. 2402 60 25 00 Fos er A W,trustee. 117 100 64) 00 Foster A W, trustee. 3172 60 2-5 00 ► ry, Neal A Co, trus. 3510 100 50 00 Fisher E. trustee. 2*01 ]oO 60 0» Fi*r er K, trustee. 2*:»7 100 50 oo Gardiner Baldwin, n us. 2752 o4> 2-5 00 Gurne t A G A Co, trus. 32*4 50 2* 00 Glazier 1 A Co, tru tees 2588 500 2 0 00 Havens C D, irust.ee..... .27 5 60 2-5 (H) ManisonJ %l, trustee.. 28>*0 50 2*00 llarri • n J M, tr istee.. 2882 ;0 25 00 Hatri-on J M, trustee- 84-0 10 5 oo Iv«s G I, truste . 2241 100 50 00 •L.nes K. 2- 02 40 20 0» Ki g I L. t ru*t *•. 21 0 60 2 * 00 King, J L 4 lo, tru-... 8 70 100 50 00 K rig J L A Co, trus. 33s l 50 2-5 Ml Latham A King, trus... H 10 60 25 00 Murray \V H, irustee... 354)8 100 fO 00 Murray W 11. t. u-tee... 35.7 100 50 00 Muller W .), t'U-t e. 81 >7 50 25 00 Muller \V J, truste*. .‘>245 50 25 00 Muller W J, tru-t e. 8404 50 25 00 Neustatter I, tru tee. 3229 100 5u oo Norwood W rs, tru-t •*.. 2 HO lOO fiO (H) Norwood VV E. truste**.. 2**75 100 50 00 Paterson J, tiuaiee. 8242 50 25 00 Rand*tnh, Mac* intosa A Co, trus'ee*. 8450 5 2 64) Richardson K A, t»us... 2-08 50 2 * 00 Ri< h r isen K A, trus... 2209 2-5 12 50 Li*1-hard-on K *, tru-... 8081 100 54) 14) Rich * dson F. A, trus... 1870 60 25 00 laylor E T, tr inter. 3 93 4 2 00 Worinser 1 A S, tru-. 327 5 30 1 * oo Walker J M A * o, trus. 1504 10J 50 00 Wil-o • A Hutchinson, trustees. 3112 25 12 50 And in ac* oidance wit* iaw and an ord r of the Beard of Directors, made on i he 25th day of March, 1878, so many -hares of each parcel of such st- ck as may be necessary, wilt * e sold at public auction, on MONDAY, the 15th day of A i ri , 1*78, at th ; hour of 1 *»*c ock p m., of said day. to pay the delin quent assessment th non, together with co-ta of udvenising and expense ot the sale. C. N. SHAW. Secretary. Office: 408 California street. Room 4, San Franci-c**, OalHornia.mh28td Notice of Settlement of Accounts, Preparatory to Final Dividend. IN THE DISTIUCl' COURT OF THE U. U. Ui-trict i f ikevada, in fbu miitieroi Levin .V Simon, bunk mini, in bunkruiitcv Nolive i* hereby itivi n Mint 1 have fiiij my account a. a-Miinee ot (be e.tnle of Levin A Simon, bankrupt., i-> .aid Co rt, amt (hat on ibu 131h ol April, 1878, 1 .hall apply to .ad L'nuri fur a eel lenien' of my .aid mounta and fur a di.rharae from nil liability ■i«nee of enid e.tate, in "ooordanco with the provWnpc of iboS.IHkiih eicl'on of the He. vi*edStatute* ol the United - tale*, titlo I.XI Bankruptcy. Sf/,. A'lllM. Aaaianee of the estate of laid bank nu t*. Eureka. March », IMS. mh/MOd MISCELLANEOUS. Application for a Patent TO THE BLUE BIBD MINE. NO. 410. IT. 8. Laud Officr, Eurkka, Nev., March 1st, 1K78 Notice is hereby given that Morris H. Joseph and James K. I>. jf whose Rostoffice address is Eureka, Nevada* have this day filed their applica ion for * paten* for nine hundred linear f rt of the B ue Bird '^ine or rein bearing silver, with surraoe ground two hundnd feet in width ituate, lying Hnd being in tho Eerekn Mjn<! ing District, county of Eureka, ard State of Nevada, and known and designated by the fio'd notes and official plat on file in this office as lot N o 185. The exterior boundaries of said lot 135 be. ing as follows, to wit: Yarietio *, ltt'^ deg. east. Commencing at a post maiked No. 1, IT. 8, •urvey No. 185, tho ■ame being post No. 1 of IJ. S. Survev No. 132, Holden Rule lode; whence tf.e flagstaff in the town of E reka bears S. *25 d g ‘2*2 min. t... 15,268 feet; Rut y Hi 1 No. 1 boars N. 15 deg. 37 min. W., f et; post No. 2 of U. 8. Survey No. 99, hH d Etikie lode, bears N. 21 deg. 4| min. VV 495 9-10 feet; arid the Blue Bird and Clipper shaft bears N. 83's deg. E., 381 leer: thence running 1st course N.. 63‘« deg. K., 290 fe-1, to post mark d No. 2, U. 8. survey No. 185; thonce 2 i course S. 34'/j deg. E.. S00 feet, to pus* marked No. 3, l!. 8, survey No. 185 thence, 3d crurse 8,, 0354 deg. W., ‘200 feet, to post inarued No 4. I1. 8. survev No. 185; thence 4th c«*urso N., 34*/i d' g. W., UUo teet, top st No. 1, 'ho place of beginning, contain ing 4 9-100 acres I hi-* <-1*1 m is bounded on the southwest by th« Holder Rule min**. The locution of tbi* mine is duly recorded in the Recorder’s office of Eureka Mining District, on page 144. in Book K# of the Min ing Records o' sail Distric*. Any ard all per-ons claiming ndverso’y nnv portion of said Blue Bird mine or said mining groun < as hereinbefore described, are requir d to file tneir adverse cairn with the Hechter of the I’nited State-* Land Office at Eureka, in tho State of Neva a. dun-g the silty days’period of publication here- f, or they will bo b *rred by virtue of the provis ions « f tho statute. m> 2- 01__D. B. 1MM EL, Register. Alias District Court Summons. TN THE DISTRICT COFRT OF THE 1 Fixih Junicial District, in and for Eureka County, .State o Nevada. 'J h State of Ne vada s»*nd* erecting to C. VV. Johnro .: You are hereby required to appour in on action conirannceJ against you, as defendant, hv James Frank , as pi .imiff, in the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District, in and for the ounty of Flureka. State of Ne vada. at tde town of Eureka, and answer the complaint therein, winch is on tile with the t lerk of said Coutf, within ten day- after the service on you of this summons (exclusive of theuayof service), if serv’d in said county, or two ty dH>s if served out of said county but within this district,and in all other cases forty days, or judgment by default will bo taken «gain«t you, according to the prayer of sai • complaint. i h*i '■aid action is b'ought to recover udg u>ent ngair t you, the said defendant for the sum of $1,570 00, U. S. gold coin, alleged to be due said James rank from you,'or and on account of th« building of a stone house, and furmsbii g the mat rial therefor, and for the use ot a w. g n aid h^r-cs, and lor ser vices as a laborer p« rforraed fur you at your special instance and r q ie«f, at Newark V al I >, Whi'e Fine County, Nevada* all of said transaction havii g occurred within the two y ars next preceding tli» commencement of : hi-nctii’B, and making in >’l . in tbo aggre gate. the said sum ol $1.5 0 00, II. S. gold coin, all of which will more lul y appear by rel* ran e t ooim laiot iil»*d in this action. And you are hereby notified that it you fail to apneat and Hn*w«-r the said complaint ns above required, ’he said plaintiff will take judgment agaiost you or the sum of $1,570 00, U.gold coin, and costs of »uit, a—v* In testimony wh^reo', I. F. II. I ...... I Harmon, have hereunto set my l ‘ "'/hand and a (fixed the seal o* said Court this 16th day ol March, A. J*. 1*7$. F. II. HARMON Clerk District'’ourt, Fixth Judicial Distrct, Eureka Co. Nov. By L. VIolisklli, Deput> Clerk. G. VV. Bak»r, Att*y for Flff. mb 16 Alias District Court Summons. IN THE PISTKICT COURT OF THE 1 Sixth J iidi ini Diairict, in and for Fureka 1 oumy, Mate ol Nevada. Tb*-State of Neva da “ends * renting to C. W. John-on: \ on are h ruby required to appear in an action c«.min'1 need n gainst you aa detor dant, bv Frank Monev.as idnnt ff. in the District Cou t of tho •>.xth :udicu.l District, in and (or the County of Eureka, State of Nevada, at the town of Fur* ka. ar d anrw r the com 1*1 ‘i* t th* twin, which in on tilo with the Clerk of a. id Court, * ithin ten daya alter the aer vice on you o thia mmm'in* (exclusive o9 the d *y o> service), i served in raid county. or twenty days it served out of raid county but wihin thia iti-tricf. and in ail other caaea fort, day a; or judgment by delao t will be taken agnii at you, according to tho prayer of “aid complaint. 'I ho a .id a tmn i< brought to recover judg ment against voii, the said defendant, fur tho arm o $420 OU, l . S. gold coin, the ► acne being a balance due amd F rat k .Money from you, tor ana on account of a balan< e due on certain moneya had and nceived by jou, and for goooa. waiea mi d merchandiae m'd and d liver«*d to vou at your special m*tanco and requ- at by aaid Frank Money and by K. Sad* I<?r Jit Co., whose aeco nt has been duly ae 81*nod to thi8 plaintiff, and also for money due oyer .McMeno • y »rom you, and whoae account has been du'y aaaiyn d to thia plaint iT. niaKina in a 1, in th-' aggregate, he sum 0 (M2» UU, IJ.S. g !d coin; mII of which will more fully appear by reference to complaint tiled in thia action. Atm jou mo hereby n< t tied that if you fail to appear and answer the aaid complain! h« above required, ihn aaid pla miff will take judgment against you for the mm of $120 00, U. ©. gold coin, and coats of suit. —'o In teatiniory whereof, I. F. 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