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EIT.EKA DAILY SENTINEL
PRO FEUNIOX A 77. “ joiis't. BAKER, 4 TTOFNhY AT LAW. OFFICE IX F.Y JTL land’s block, batcman street, Eureka, Nevada. Par icnlar attention given to the acquiring of titles to Government land*._»■ 2»tf D A V . E . B A ILY , Attorney at law. office over Clark'sSt«>re, Eureka, Nevada, corner O! Main and Clark streets. Kureka, April 20. 18 8.rp21-tf DR. G. H. THOMA, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICE on Duel street, opposite the Skntijkl office,__1 25-1;' DR. A. C. BISHOP, PIIY8X4 IAX AND M U It (■ DO X. Office on Main street, opposite Paxton A Co’» Bank, Eureka._fP>tf_ DR. M ROCK MAN, • PHYSICIAN. RGE<>N.ACCOCCD EUR, Oculi-t and Aurist. t dice undur the American H ,M, Clerk street. Eureka, Nev Eureka, January 22, 1878. jj23tf DR. J. R. N. OWEN, PHYSICIAN AND SI 1 GEON, EUREKA. Nevada. Office in Clark's building,cor ner of Main and Clark stre ts. jylTtf DR. JAMES WILLIAMS, rYSIClAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE on Main street, next door south of the Parker Mouse. Eureka, May 21, 1877._ my25-tf A. M. HILLHOUSE, A TTOKXEY AT LAW. OFFICE IN the Odd Fellows' Building, up stair*, Rooms land 2. Kur*ka. Nevada. iyl GEO W. MERRILL, Attorney at law, district Attorney for Eureka county, and No tary Public. Office in RvlandV Brick Building. nffltf W. H. DAVENPORT, ATTOKXEf AT LAW. OFFICE IN the Masonic Building, up stairs, cor ner Main and ClarK st«.. Eureka, Nev. jyl CRITTKJIDKJI THORNTOS. TH0S. WREN WREN & THORNTON, ATTORNEY* AT LAW, Main Street, Eureka, Nevada. rt-tf G. W. BAKER. ATTORNEY AT I. A W AN II A NOTARY PUBLIC. Office in Dick Kyland's Brick Building, Bateu »r street. Eureka Nevada. *tM VV. A. EDWARDS, CIVIL ENGINEER AND DEPUTY U. S. Mineral surveyor. All orders promt Iv attended to. Special attention given to underground work, d'2-tf THOMAS J. READ, CIVIL ENUINKHK AN® 1 . S. DEP> uty M inoral Surveyor. Office in Hy land’s Brick Building, on the corner of Bool and Bateman streets, up stairs. myl4 C. J. LANSING, A TTORNEY AT LAW. Office over A. ( lurk’s store. Eureka Nav., corner of Main and i lark street". Eureka, March 2d, 1878. mhll-tf E. U. BKaTTY. THoa. HSChYRfc. LAsPEYRE «fe BEATTY, Attorneys and COUNSELOHS AT LAW. Office in Ryland’s brick building, Bntemnn street, opposite the Jnckson House, Eureka, Nevada. __j ydtf A. B. HUNT, Attorney and counselor at Lav, SOM Montgomery Ptru"t, Room" 05 and fid, Nevada Block, San rrancisco, (,'ali fornia.jal'J C. HAMILTON, D. D. S., Dentist, rooms over Bigelow’s Hall, corner of Boel and Bateman streots. Eureka, Dee. 14. 1S77.« dl5- l SOCIETIES. Eureka Lodge,No. 16, F.& A. M. The Stated Communications of Eu ^pX^reka Lodfe, No. 16, E. A A. Ml, will ^JxJ^be held in Masonic llall, on every wr Saturday on or preceding the full moon 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. H, JOHNSON, VV.M. W, P. Steichelmah. dncrefary.15-jait K. OF Jr*. Beatific lodge nc. 7, k. ofP., meets each Friday of every month, ut 7 610 o’clock p. M„ ai its Castle Hall, in Odd Fel lows’ building. All brother Knights in good standing are fraternally invited to attend such meetings. N. A. CHANDLER, 0. C. H. B. McKee, K. ot R, and, S. jalltf At. John’s Chapter, Ns. 5, Royal Arch Masons. The stated convocations of St. John's Chapter, No. 6, F. A. M., will be held at MA BONIC HALL, on the Second SWl*.’* WEDNESDAY EVENING of each month, Called Communications on all other Wednes day evenings. All Royal Arch Masons in good standing are cordially invited to attend. JOHN GILLESPIE, H. P. W. A. DUR6KV, deeretery. js 21tf THE A. O. H. meet every first and third SATllRD 1Y EVENING of each month, t(8 o'oclock, at the corner of Clark and Monroe streets, until further notice. P. F. SPLAINL, President, Thor. Murphy. Secretary. I. O. o. F. ElURBKA LODGE. NO. 22. • Fj meets Every TUUKSDaV EVENING, IN ODD FELLOWS’ HALL. At 6 o'clock p. M. All members in good itanding are cordially invited to attend, P. ANDERSON. N. G. M. Calibher. Secretary. IO-iv2<l PROSPECT MOUNTAIN Tunnel Com pa ny. Notice is hereby given, in pur suance of an order of the Bourd of Trus tees of the Pro-pect Mountdn funnel Co - pany, that sealed proposals will bo received at the Office of said Com any. in Eurka. Nevada, up to sod it eluding the NINTH DAY OEM AY. A 0. 1K7», at 12 'eloeii « , for running one thousand 0.Odd) or fifteen hundred (l.'iOO) feet of the tunnel o said Company, on the west side of Prospoet Mountain. Eureka Mining District, Nevada, commencing at the end of the present t n nel, six hundr d and fifty Itidn) feet from the mouth. Contractors to uso Burleigh or other machine dril s, and 10 furnisn. at tbeirown cost, all necessary appliances, the Board reserve tho right to reject any and all btd« Sir.e of t DOil. tp.vx4‘T. teet. ror furiberor any information telsting to sa d work, ad dress W. 11. DAVKNPO I, Secretary. aplStd Euroka, Eureka County,Nevada. I ma r.on sts. THE EL DORADO SALOON. ( 0 P STAIRS.) JAMES M. KELLOGG, PROPRIETOR. THE FINEST Billiard and Club Rooms IN TA1E STATE. The who’© establishment i* entirely rew. The BIlLIAD 1 AliL.ES a o of tLe latest pat'eros. The BAR will at all times be furnished with the best of LIQUORS and CIGARS. Thecimfort and entertainment of natrons will be studied by the proprietor and at ta he*. Eureka, May 2. 1878. my3tf THE TjCER. JOS. MEPdDES, Prop’r. 'T'HTS SALOON HAS BEEN FITTED UP, 1 with a view to comfort, unsurpassed by any similar establishment in the Stare. To a str inger it is a periect mystery. Upstairs or down, turn as you will, you hud your*ell' before a Supplied with the choicest brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Experienced and attentive bar-keepers aro always in attendance to serve the patrons ot the house. SAN JOSE FRECKICKSBIRG BEER CONSTANTLY ON MAIGIIT. ____oct4-tf^ PALACE SALOON, East Main street. South of Wells, Fargo k Co. L. CLARK AND 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. B0V24-8ltr COURT EXCHANGE Northeast Corner of Main and Bateman Sts. EUKEKA, NEV. >TONE CUT THE FINEST CUALITIES 1 ot liquors and the choicest brands of cu&is dispensed at the bar. Connected with the establishment is a O 1 11 l> R o o in And a number et well-furnished card-rooms for private parties. jal4tf HANK KNIGHT. Proprietor P. A. M’LKOD, P, MCDONALD. MINERS’ SALOON, MAIN STREET.EUKEKA. '11IE UNDERSIGNED HAVE ju»t purchased th•* at.ove-natued popular Saloon, or.d will commence bus.ness to-day. Only the best of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS Will bo kept at this establishment. A share of the public patronage is solicited. M< DONALD A McLEOO. Eureka, March 20,1878._nihil tf MATT. KYLE’S SALOOY ! MAIN STREET. EUREKA, Three doors below Straus Jewelry Store. Wines, Liquors and Cigars. The saloon has just been Bowly fitted up, and is neat and comfortable. A share of the public patronage is so.i i ed. Eureka, heb 1. lh~S. _f2-tf THE SAZERAC SALOON, Maim Stbkkt, Euhkka, SMITH A '"iSAVASI, 1’HOP’N. REFITTED and REFURNISHED! Making it one of the most attractive places in Eureka. The Billiard Parlor, Attached to the SAZEKAC, is the finest bil iiurd room in town, containing the newest and most improved tables. my29-tt i iTTTiTi akjTs! XHU CORNER Has jvst received new billiard TABLES, with Delany'i Patent Wirt Cushions, and is to be kept as A FIRST-CLASS SALOON. GEO. T1IACHER, CLAY SIMMS. PIANOS TUNED At short notice an i in a satisfactory manner. Residence on Edwards street. Eureka. Nov. 8, |S77. n^-tf F. U. HARMON, MOUNT % CLERK, AND EX-OFFICIO O Clerk • f the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District, in and for the County of Eureka, State of Nevada. CONVEYANCING, Ln all Us branch as, correctly executed. Ac kiowle laments. Affidavits, etc., taken in any part of the town. Office: Front corner room at the Court house. .!.* NOTICE. IifTE CNDERSION Kl>. HAVING SOLD hia entile inter «t in Richmond No. H Saloon to Ale*. High, rcnMifnilv solicit, f r hi« a eoes.or a cnntinuanceof thi-lihera pat ron,,ge hereto ore be-tnwed on the late firm of h rdly A High. Ale*. High will my all bill, and codec all moneys due lb" old firm. C. F. EKDLY. Eureka, April 22, 1878. up2otd MI SC El. I.A SEOlS. SPECIAL_NOTICE! TO THE PUBLIC AT LARGE. Owing to bad health, I have finally determined to close my business in this place. I will sell from this date my entire stock, consisting of the best quality of Goods, at cost prices, ONLY FOIi CASH. I invite the public to call on me and convince themselves of my veracity. I also request debtors to call and settle their accounts, and thereby avoid cost and trouble. DAVE MANHEIIV1. Eureka. Nov., March 18. 1878. mhlOtf PAXTON & CO., B A NT is. in n s . EUREKA, NEVADA, Draw at sight, in sums to sun ON Anslo-Oalifornian Bank.San Francisco -\nj?lo-l'alifbrman Bank.London J. k W. Seligmen k Co....New York D. 0. Mills A Co.Sacramento Decker k Jewett.Marysville White k MeCoroick.Salt Lake City Discount Commercial paper, Make Collec tions, Receive Deposits in Coin or Currency on opon account. Certificate, or Special De posit, and transact A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS MINING STOCK BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. mbl 1 (Formerly of Hamilton) Eureka, IVevatla. Presideut :::::: F. Woodruff. 4 astiirr, s : : : : : W in. Phi4I) . Directors: F. W. Clutk, E. Woodruff. Transact a General Banking Business. Drawn; suhfc on Wells, Fargo & Co., San Francisco, New York and Loodon. Mining Stocks Bought and Sold on Com mission. j v-'i f B. REINHART. J. P. EDOFF. REINHART & CO., Dealers is ^yrllOLE AND GROUND BARLEY, Flour, Wheat, Eran and Shorts. BARLEY GROUND TO ORDER. AGENTS FOR THE SHUTTL2R WAGON. AGENTS FOR Flows, XAowcrs, Reapers, And all kinn* of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. Also Agents for tbo Celebrated St. Louis Budweiser Beer. All goods delivered to any part of town free of charge. OFFICE—North Ma:n street, next door to the Iron Hall, Eureka, Nov. »nh>tf HIS SPACE is RESERVED FOR 0. DUNK EL & CO.'S Dry Goods. Eureka, Jan. 7, 1878. j«8-tf COSMOPOLITAN RESTAURANT AND SALOON, (Adjoining the Cosmopolitan Hotel), SOUTH MAIN STREET, : : EUREKA G'OOD board by the day i week oh month. TIIE BEST QUALITIES OF IViuos, Liquor* ami Cigars, Can always bo found at tho BAR. R. Mt’CUARLES, Proprietor Eureka, Nov. 7, 1877. n8-if THE CORNER CHOP-STAND! qPFV DAT AND NIUHT. WM. U. WALKER. Proprietor. Maroh 1. 1877. nt^H’ HOTELS. ETC. SILVER Milli HOTEL. SOLTI! MAIN STREET. EUREKA. M J. GERATY, PROPRIETRESS. 15^ HAVING RECENTLY RE ^ paired and trenera ]y renovated KV >**1 rfrfa'/in >ha c*t b! shiner* t, I am now I : -| ,r« .1 to aecomm date patron* in the bust manner, and ask a share of the public patron age. , 1 THE TABLE Is at all times supplied with the be?t tl at the market at! rds. TIIE BAR Is supplied only with the best of WINES, LIQUORS AND CI3AR3. Only attentive barkeepers and wailtrs are employed at this establishment. BOARD, 87 00 per week. Meals.50 rent*. Liquors an 1 Cigar®, 124 Cents. Entire satisfaction is guaranteed to the pgtroi s Lurekn, May 2, 18T8. m3tf TIIE EUREKA MITEL. W. S. EVAK3, Proprietor. PALISADE, N E V. ■ MIK BEST ACCOMMODATIONS OF ANY 1 establishment on the Ov« r aml lino. The appointment* hre complete in ernry pHrticular. 1 he tables uro upplied with vegetables fresh from the gardens of Cali fornia. Large and Airy Rooms. No Li iu>rs Sold n th * hou e. Accommo dation* tor b. X 1*. Kailr ad passengers, eittier Fast or \\ est. in !tf W. S. EVANS. IS NOW OPEN -AND IS THE ONLY FIRE-PROOF HOTEL IN EAST ERN NEVADA. Main Street, Eureka. ■PIIE ROOMS ARE HARD FINISHED, 1 elegantly furnished and spacious. Singla or in Suits. Gas in ail the Rooms. Connected with tho rictel is tho Finsst Bar-room in the Slate. A. JACKSON, Proprietor. Former!r of the Jack'on Hounc,. n Hamil ton. W h ito t ine county. Eureka, Dec. 24. 1877. d28 William Gillen, Jaws McMarti!'. THE PARKER HOUSE, >£aiii Street, Eurckxi, Xev., Gillen &. IkZcXVXartin, PROPRIETORS. 'I'HE APPOINTMENTS OK THIS HOTEL 1 are first-class, tho rooms huving been enlarged and elegantly furnished, Single or in Suits. TIIE BA it Has a fine reputation, and will bo kept up to that rtundurd. Nothing but tho host will bo off.i red. Attached to tho premises is a firet-class nusTAUiAHi. Tho Palisade, Hamilton, Austin, Tybo and Belmont .Stages, all stop at this House. E ireka, January !K>, Xtf7S. jTMf WESTERN HOTEL, FORMERLY The Silver Brick Lodging House. Four Doors Delon the International, MAIN STREET, E E K E K A, NEVADA. 'pus ESTABLISHMENT, COMPLETE 1 in every part, will bo opened Decem ber 5th. Board per week, : : : : : : : 87. Single meals, : : : : 30 c*t». THK 114 K. Will be stacked »t all times with the choicost Wines, L quois and Cigars To be lour d on the coa t. Depot for Lyon (Jo’s Celebrated Brewery, San Francisco. Families supplied at their residences with Lyon*- ah*. A share of the publr patronage ispolieittd. r. S. QUA1D, Fropri tor. Eureka Dec. 1, 1877. <J2-tl TURNER HOUSE. SOUTH MAIN STREET.EUREKA. 'IMIIS OLD ESTABLISHED HOTEL HAS I just been n wly refitt d throughout, and has u large number of ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS. Mr, Turner makes a specialty of th» RESTAURANT AND DINING-ROOM, Where, under his personal supervision, all the delicacies of the season will bo served in the most approve i manner. BAR AND BILLIARD ROOM ! With a tine assortment 01 Liquors and Cigars. The Postoffice and the office ol Wells, Kargo A Co. are directly opposite, and c r ritures run to and from the depot to muet all trains. B. J. TURNER, Proprietor. Eureka. July 18. 1877. jyl'.itf N OTIC E. During my temporary absence hi ."■» York. AN DREW D. HASKELL wilfattendto tuy bu-ino.-s, JOHN SHOENBAR. Eureka, Mareb 2,1878. mhotf PA TEST A PPL ICA Tin A’S. APPLICATION FOR A PATENT r|\> THE SURPLUS MILE SITE. Nc.428. 1 l oittd States Land Office, Eureka, N* v*»d». Al-ril 20, 1878 Notice i* heitbv given, that the K K Consolidated Mining <om»any, wbo-»e Po*toffiee address i« -"an 1 rami-co, Caliro ni*. ha- this day filed it-* application tor a pot' ft ror hve acres *>t ground, for the Sun lus VI i LSttc, situate, lying arid hing in Eureka Mining district, county of Eureka, a d State o* Ne' idu, and known and desig nated bj' the field n tes and official plat on file in this office a« lot Number 111. I he ex terior boundan * of said Lot No. Ill being a* follow-, to wit: Yaria ion Iff* deg. n*r. Commercing at a lost narked No. I, U. S. Survey No. Ill, th** same bei* g post No. 5 of U. 8. Survey No. 8» Surplus lode; wherce Lu»>y Hit No. I bear- N., 83 dfg. 11 min. W„ l,oIU te«*t: the ffag-taff in the t wo of Eureka b ars N.,57d»g. lOmin. f., fe t; and the Lawton sha r of the Eureka Con. Mining Company boars S., 71 deg. 3 mir*. \V., 557 feet; thence, running lrc ur*e N., 3d deg. \V., JH) ft, to post No. 4 of said IT.S. Survey No. 85. 203 fo t, po**r on the so ithcn b > mdary of **u - vey No. 57 Cal.o.>ay lode, marked No. 2, 1 S.survey No. Ill; thence .d course N., 70 deg, L.,410 1-10 feet, to iron pm n road ui S. E corner of said survey No. 57; thence. 3d course N , 20 d g. VV., 200 feet to post marked No. 4. U. S.Suivey No. Ill, th-* same being post No. I of su d Surve> No. 57, thei ce, 4tli course, N „ 20 deg. 47 min. E., j 5.30 1-10 p ef. to post on the *» stern b undar - >.f survey No. 1 7. Car-on u ill site, mark* *! No. 5 C. S, Survey No. 141; thence. »t‘ iparM1, S. 22 d- g. K., 5 0 feet, t • post murk d No. r L. survey No. Ill, th same being post N • . 2 of said Surv y No. 1 7; a no then e. *i h rour-1 , S. - 4 deg VV.. 7 »0 feet. t«» pos* No. 1, ih plac* o b ginning, coi taintt g live ncr*- The I-ca ion of tbi« mine is duly re corded »n the li« corderN office of Eureka Mining lhstrict. on page L-0. in Book f, of the Mining Records of said district. Any and all per-ons ciai • ing adverse y any por tion of mi id Surplus Mill Si e or said grnu d ms hereinb' fore described. ore re<p ired to tile their adv rse claim with the K gist r of the United *tate< Land ' flic* at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during th sixy da s period o pub tea ion her-o , or ih y wdl *»c barred by virtue of ihe provisions o. the *ttftllf<‘. a o- 0.1 D. B. IM M EL. Register. APPLICATION for a patent. r|M» THE I OK I EU MILL 'll E. N o. v2\ 1 U. s. Land Cflie , Eur kb, .N«v., Ap i 2.1, ln78. — No»ie,» is h r by giv n that ruo 1\ K Consolidated Mi ing Company, whose post office address is San I ranci-co Calif..r. m. ti.tr* this day filed it ' application for a i ac-M lor five acres of surface ground, situate, ‘ly ing and being in Lur»ka Mining Listiit, county of Eureka, and State of Nevada, and Known and designated by the field notes and official plat on rile in this office as Lot Num ber 188 lhe exterior bou- dario* o; said lot No. 188 being as follows, to wit: Variation 14 dcir. east. C mmoncin/ at a pos» on the northwestern boundary ot l\ > Survey No. a Porter lode, th,- sum • b* ir.g j# No 1 . f i . s. ' I • Som 187. whence 1» ihv li li No. 1 bears s 78 d ^r. I.t inirt W., 2,198 <♦»««*; the Lawton shaft ol rb»* Eureka Consolidated Mining Company bear S., 7> »l g. .18 min. H\. I 4.4 to t: in d th flagstaff in the town or Eureka bears N. .47 <1 -g. .>8 min E , 7.8il feet: ihnnc**, runni g 1 ft course N., 22 deg. W., *8dj f «*tf to p * t marked So. 2 L s. survey No. 13S, the sarin hug po t No. 4 o* said C. S. sm vey No. 1 7; thence, 2d cour-e N , .>4 deg. E., 474 .m*i, r,. po-t mark d No. 8 1. S. Survey No. 13**; . h«nc>*. third course s’. 22 d* g E.. < 09' eet, to post mark d No. 4 li. s. .> :rvev N<* pt*; >>n t them- 4th c<» ;tM», 4 deg. VV,, 82*» fe f, to i ost N'» 2 ol s ud U. s._ Survey No. 8 Porter Lode, 874 met, to po-t No. 1. the id c * of b - •• mning, c- • taming five acre . The location of this mill— ile is duty r c •r lcd in th * K« c rd • ’s office o! Eureka Mining Li^tric*. on page 1 hi in book i , of the ui in. It cords ot fii d lu tri f. Any and all persons <-',u mg ..dvcraely any portion of said Port*-r Mill -itc, or said ground as hereinbefore d - scrib'd, are required to file «h«*ir adverse claim with the Register of the I'nited siat«s Can I office at Eureka, in the Statu of N va da, during the sixty davs p riod of pubdeu* tint- hereof, t»r they will be barred by virtu of the provisions of th« statute, ap.'ft.HOd l>. I!. I MM EL. Register. APPLICATION FOR A PAiFiNT 'I'u THK liU'-'VN MI l.l.— lTr. N.,. 1 U. s. Lutvi Office, Lur knf vevad*«, April 2> 1873. — Nori o is hereby given tb«t the K K <' ns" I’'luted M-i.ing Com any, whose postofficc address is San f ramd-e .Ciiji trioa, bus this day tiled its appli-ation for u pat. ut for fir • seres o ground, for the Brown .dil - ■>i situate, lying ami h> ng in Eureka Mining District county of Enrol u, and Star*! i»i Nevada, and Known and designated by he tieid notes andoffiriu1 plct on liio in this of fice as Lot Number | be exterior bound aries of said Lot No. 1 >ii being a- tcdiuws. ! to wit: Vaiiali ri 1 * deg. east. Commenc- j ing at •• post m.irke l No. t, l . ft. Survey No. ! bib 'lhb i ik f lauds on .ho n -rrhwesPTn boundary ol L .ft.Survey No. 1 18, !*• iter n i l ! s tej whence uuby iilil No. 1 bears S. tit or. 33 min, a.. 2,7 <'■> i e:; ih Lawton ball o( the Eureka <_oiis«d dated Mining Coin pan* bears ~. 12 •! g. II nun. ,v •• reel. . C ^ r • in the town o hurokti bear* N. *>2 d» g. If mm. E., 7.4-7 f it. end pu>t N«. 1 o 0. ft. survey >o.87. Lr -wn l^tfe, brats ft. d d»g. 44 min. U 2,thi> feel: th o« c\ running 1-t ; course ft. •">« u g. •., I tool, t post No 2 o sut i Survey No. 138, i i ter mill- io*..ml post No. 4 ol Surv y No. 137, C iseii mill- iio, •>14 led, t pi.-tnurk iNo 2 l. S. or. y > o. I f-; theric , 2-i tours ,\. 18deg. .,431 f»*#*t, to po tiu uked No.dl . ft Survey 1 thence, 3d C /Uise, >. 0 deg. E. 421 b et, to po»t i- urnedNo. 4 L. Survey No. 13*; and the ce, 4th C mrse, ft. 3> deg 27 min. E., >81 9-lt) eit, to post No 1, li.e place of be ginning, co .tainu g five acre-. 1 he l -eation "i this niiU* it tad ilj i e< -de u ibe t '■ derC ottic; ol Eureka >j iniiig District, on page 210, in book r, of the Mining ;-ec r J> o -aid district. Any an l all persons claiming ad versely an.- portion of said lir-wu miL-si e ground as herein betel e described, aro re •iuirod to file tip tr advor-e claim with the itigistcr of tip- United States Land Office, hi Eureka, in the ft into of Nevada, during the sixty days period of publication hereof, or they wHI be burred by virtue ol the pro vision* ol the statute. ap’-0-uOd l>. H. 1 MMKL. HegiMor. APPLICATION FOR A PATENT 'I’OillK CAKSUN MlU.SH'E.-No. 121. 1 I nitod Land Ofii-e, I’ll <ka Nevada, April 21), 1878.— Nonce m hereby given li ar the K i\ Consdidsited Mining Con - l«a y. whoso postoffice nli. es* is San Kr«re cisco, California, has this day lil d its appli* ■ atio'i lor a patent to five oer* s for a mill .-ire, situate. King and b- ing in tho Luroka Mining Distrie , County of Lur* ka and M*»i© of evada.and kn wn and designated by tho field notes ami offici »1 plat on fiio in ihD « ffice as Lot No. 137. 1 ho exterior hou .daii «•*» of said Lot No. 187 being as fo lews. (•-wit: \ uriation H»'v d a. ea t Commencing at a po*t iiia ked No. l, IJ S. Surv y No. 147; thi-* post stands on the northwestern bo ndary of II. S. Surv y No. 8i, Dorter Idle; whence po*t No. 2, ol I . S Surv-y Nr. *18, parson lode, b his 8., 54 d« g. W., 1,451 f «-i; Lnby llili No. 1 boars S..7H deg. uiui. R ,2.11)8 to t. the Lawton shaft of ti.o K.irekji Con selidutod Mi; ir;g Con pauy bears deg. .‘.8 min. VV., 1,8 4 ie.*t; and the fl igwtutl to the town of Lurehu bears ., >7d«*g.88 mi';. • 7 8»l feet; tip nco running l-t course S.. >4 deg. \V„ 874 loot: along the north wo tein bo- i dury o' -aid survey No. 8 . to p -d marked No. 2, L. S. Survey No. 1-7; th nc * id course 2L d-g. VV., bOt) f* t, t • post marked No. t, l. S. >urvey No 1 7; thenco • d c ursc N., ‘Vi di g. r., 71 L*et, t<» post marked No. I, II. S. Survey .No I 7; ‘-nd thenco 4th course S., 22 d ic to t, to post No. 1, the place of b ginning, containing live acres, t he location ot ibis mine is duly recorded in the Reco'doi’s office ot ■ uroka Mining District, on page inO. in Rook r, of the Mining i* c >rds of Ku eka DDt'iit. Any and all p rsons c aiming adversely any portion of suid Corson mill site, or said ground as h reinbo -.ro doscrib d, are re qu.rod to file 'll ir adverse claim wi'h th 1,,-gis er ol the lnit<d Mat s Land Office at Kureka, in the State of Nevada, during the tiO d ys’ period of publication h> reof, or rhey will bo burred by virtue o' th.» provisions of the statute. D. it. IMMLL, Register. ap8(Hi0d___ U. 8 PATENT AGENT. A . I) . HOCK Will tako I’.tfr.t Cure. nod prosiTii'o them to success, or a total cost of £40. Eureka. April 17, IMS. arl8-lm PA TEST A PPL ICA TJON8. APPLICATION FOR A PATENT 'iHiTHh el DohaIX) mine.-n© 427. I l ited States Land t flico. Eure1 a, NoV. Ai ril 2ft^ 1878. —Notice is hi-r-by given, that * O. Eifi I t and Wm. .1. Malloy, whose post office addr s- is Eur ka. Nevada, have this dav fil'*d their application lo h patent for 1* pff linear feet «>t the El I erado mine or vein, bearing silver, ..ilh surface ground 200 lo t in width, situate, lying and being in Eu reka Mining Di tri- t county ot Eureka and S ate of N- vada. and known and designat d by the field cotci and official plat on file iD this office as Lot Numb r 140. l he exterior boundaries «• - id 1- i No. 140 » eing a- follow* *•> wit: Variation lb deg. ca t. Commend in* at a post marked No. I, I . >. tmivey No 14U, Whence p st No. I, L . S. Survey No. Ug -Magnet indc, bears N. 5id«g. 51 min K,H2 ♦e.-t: li ■ by liill No. I bears N., ft di g. 8 min. V., 7,1)77 feet; tbo flagstaff in the town r,f Knr*ku bear- N 51 d--g. 52 min. E , 14,783 fe< t; and the El Do-ado shaft bears ,s., 2D di g. HO n it.. Iv, .w8» feet: thence, r inning 1st course S., 40% deg. E., 1,500 feet. t<> post marked No. 2 U. S. >urvey, No 140; thence, 2n I course >., 5 * , deg VV., 20) to », to post marked No. H, C. S. Survey No. 40; ther.ee, 3d four e N., ‘0* di g VV., 1,500 feet, to \ os! marked No. 4, l’. S. survey No. 140; nnd ill**; e4th I ourse N .. !»*'4 rl g. E., 200 f • *t, to post Nn. 1, the place of begini ing, cnn'air irg •» and Kt-100 acres. '1 hi-claim is uouoded on th»* n*»r h oy fbe Magnet mine, and on the eai*I by the 1 p neer mire. Tbo location i.f this uiire is duly record d in the l ecorder’g office ot Eureka Vi-mg District, on page pj9 in iJi-ok E , id ihcMin.. g K« cords of said l id triet. Any and all personsclai-nink a ver- |y an y portion ot said El I)» rado mine or saiil mining ground, ns hereinbefore des ribod are r-nuired to fi'e th ir adverse claim with C e bcgi'terol the Inited Stah s 1, and Office at Eureka, in the S at- of Nevada, turi g thesixt* days period of publication hereof drtbeywillhe barred by virtue of the prd visions of the statute. aj,:4V'<0d It. 11. JMMEL. Register. Application tor a Patent TO THE Commit IMine. Mi. ui. I • s. L\sr» furrier. Et nr k *. Nevada, A i ril 17. Js7« Notice is hekei.y given hut Tho MtH W. t'.ered wh Hosrotfice atl dro>* is Eureka, Nt-v.. baa this nay filed his nppli. ntion fur a patent for on fhouomd linear If t o' the Lomu,it mine, with surface ground two hundred feet in width, 'jiuHte ly ii g an.I bcin/ in tho Eureka v ining j-sj ti county of Eureka and State of Nevada, ur.d known and design;.red by the field ruled and official plat on file in this office a? lot No. I .So. I he boundaries of said lot No. 136 are as fi ll-'rtrs, to-nif Vari .tion Id deg. 31 min. east Cm rue'.cm.: nt u post married IT. S. Sur vey No. 10. C'Oiinit mine, situated on he west-id© o ITosoect mountain, wb»- ce the summit or lluby Hill No. 1 hear* N. 11 deg. 6 ; in. I . *>,'• I • f«ct: post No. 1, l . S Survey H>, 7-*, on the Cider..do lode, bears *-. 21 H deg E., 2,V Hoot, and th.- working ‘ha t on ?hi- lode b ars N. 77 S deg. E., 7i 4-10 fut t; theM‘«. running first ruur*» S. 2*1, d»v. K., 1.0UU feet, to pH r.n rked N.>. *2. I . S. survey N . l-i>: tb ;>.f. 54*1 course, N. HH deg. E., «W feet, to po.-t marked No. 3, l . S. Survey N 13d; them* , -id course, N. '.H d g. \V. 1 000 fe t te post marked No. 4. 1*. S. Survey No. 1 then-.*, 4th i-cir-sc. S. <il‘4 deg. W., J4t ; t, r- t •- place of beginning, contain in.' 1 acr*- «. i his claim !- bounded bv n» known niin*»«, th>* nearebt being the il Dorado an.l Colo rado, Tho location of this mine is dulv recorded in the Kecordei's office of i ;r«ka .Miring Di-triet, page 319. i: ok D, of tho Mining I- ocords. Any and all persons claiming adver-sly an\ portion of ‘»iid Commit mine. *>r * id # mir ing ground, ns h-rein1 efore dfscribrd, arc required to file tb ir adverse claim w th tho R. gist, r of th * Toiled ”-tat'*s Land Udice at Eur.-. a in the Stuto o' N• vada. d ru g the sixty days period of publication hereof, or :hc> will b«* barrou by virtuoot the provis ions of ihe statute. apl7-60d JL>. 1). IMM EE, Regi-t'-r. J. 73. Z.AIMO3TK0rr, merciiamS. T A1 LO R, Next Door to the International Hotel, KEK s constantly ON HAND AN extensive assortment of Cloths and Cassimeres, ' f tho newA*t pattern*, and manufactures. Clothing at price-* that will enable all to wear Th.' Rest of Custom-mmle llothine. He will be pleaded to sow b * old friends ar d customer*. an i lit ineni out in u suit of lb - new. si style for s iring wear. Lur* kn. April 3, I37K. apltf AEVi MILLINERY STORE ! Next door to the Episcopal C'Lurth. MISS AMELIA GOODMAN. Lute from tho E**et, HA Oi KN KD A M ILL IN* '^Vry, Dressmaking, Kimii-hii g ^ ^ mi I-aney lined-Store, ami is ’_ — prepen d to Cut t'attern*. I'res* liat.% Stump and Link, u •! hn* « n hand a sjilei d d as-nrtiin.nt oi LA I> 1E»>* BON .n 1,1S, new style »»f Mottoes lo> Worsted Work, and Arr Oefigi.s and will give instruction* free of rharge. h*j I wo Approntiers wanted. Eureka, April 23, Ife73. at-4 i :i Jit i;k a, HAMILTON ami riOCIIE STAGE LIRE. I«I liner A HHliMliury, |*r»|»rlclow. pioNNimx-u with the eukeka V aiul Palisade Railroad. Loaves Eureka for Hamilton ©very morning | at 7 o’clock. Leave* Hamilton for I’ioche every alternate lay, Sunday* included, lieuve- liui.ilton lor Eureka every day. L'-aNes I'loche tor Hamilton and Eureka very aieernate day, at # a. u„ Sunday* in luded. Carrying U. S. Mail and Weil*, I urge A to s Express. l ine American horses and new Concord h< aches. Office at Wells, Fariro A mrlfvtf PIONEEE Barber Shop & Bath House, First door north of the Pioneer Restaurant. N jrth Mid" street. Eureka. IMIK UNDKKSMNED, 11A VINO Rh> cently oponeu the ahe /© establisdmcnti offers his professional servicos e all w.io to*i”o a tim-clas* ohysiognonai * HA1U (JUa, or an ecstatic SHAVE. . Hair Cutting, 50 cents. Shampooing •0 cents. . . i; Connected with the e*tah» •£. » ‘ lishmont are several neat ana Itr--Italii.woIant Lath Room*, whore V_ 3 ATH 8 ^ the most desirable Hot or Told Laths can bo had at all times. BATHS. 50 CENTS. A share o' public patronato is sMicted. JAMES M M. MOODY, I'rop’o T. J. M AU PIN, >rf)TAKY I’CBI.If.—Ol'TICK. MAJV I struut, next door io J. Straus’ Joweiry Store. Q Eureka, April 7, 1877.