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ASfOTHEK COXriDSXTUI, I.ET TUi. non inuM to inn* «■ anpgaeon. Aim Anderson, my Jo, Aim, When first we were acquaint. Ton hadn't k«:*omlned yonrseir With pugilistic paint. • But now your Jew is oiled. Aim. You're telling whet you know, And I am shaking in my shoes— Aim Anderson, iny Jo. Aim Anderson, my Jo, Aim, We planned the fraud thegither. And I promised that we never would Go back on one enlthcr ; We Juggled the returns, but Acmes, Atm-Aames, how could you blow And peach on me end Rutherford— Aim Anderson, my Jol Aim Anderson, my jo. Aim, I promised we would pay. But you despised e clerkship at Three dollars every dsy j Old Everts should have sent you off Consul to Callao— But hindsight isn't foresight, much, Aim Anderson, iny jo 1 Aim Anderson, my Jo, Aim, Twee not a fair divide ; You stole the mule for us, and then We wouldn't let you ride. And 8tanley M. la sick. Aim, And Hayes Is lying low. And I'm the deadest sort of duck. Aim Anderson, my jo ! The news of Anderson’« testimony has reached Hark Twain, and be declares ho can never come back to this country and hold hit head up as a liar again. The Bible says: “Of all things, wisdom la profitable to a man.” That's so. A man never calls his wife a bald-headed old woman bnt once. OIT~5T PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY, ■•nth Main Street, Eureka Nev. Photographs Photographs B ating the beet . arranged Gallery in State, and haring had a long and uninterrupted prac tice in the Photographing traeinosa, I am able to produce the truest and —THE— MOST LIFELIKE PICTURES To be obtained In this State. All my work is warranted for permanency, style and fine fin ish. Enlargements reproduced from the smallest miniatures to the life-size picture, equal to any of the best reputed bouses East or West. CRAYON FINISH ENLARGEMENTS A SPECIALTY. Also, Water color, Porcelain, Photo-chrome, and all others too numerous to mention. All negatives are carefully retouched and preserved one year for further orders. Jel LOUIS MONACO, Photographer. NOTICE TO ARCHITECTS. PUNS MID SPECIFICATIONS WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE BOARD OF County Commissioners, the same to be Bled in the Office of the County Clerk, on or before the THIRTEENTH DAY OF JULY, A. D. 1878, Before the hour of 10 o'clock, A. H. of said day, for the building of a COURT-HOUSE AND JAIL, In the town and county of Eureka, 8tate of Ne vada; the dimensions of said building to be 50 by 80 feet, two stories high, a brick or stone building, and suitable for court-house pur Tbe plana and specifications accepted by the Board of Gounty Commissioners of said county ehall he entitled to a Premium af Seven Hundred and Fifty (3799 00) Dollars. — v Witness my hand and seal of the rk|«AL A Board of County Commissioners l j of the County of Eureka and SState of Nevada, and done by or der of said Board, this 12th day of June, A. D. 1878. F. H. HARMON, Clerk Board of Co. Commiss’r. By L. Molwellx, Deputy. Xnraka, June 12,1878. jel3td T. DEUMATYR, —DEALXB IK— ALL KINDS OF LUMBER, Dressed and undressed, Flooring, Celling, Moulding, Shingles, Picket*, Etc. Also Dealer In Deers, Blind*, Window*, Screen Door*, Etc. Prices are Lover than the Lovest. J. H. DE LA MATYR. --- June 16,1878. Jel7-tf Job Wagon. ISAAC BERCK Has recently started a two Home Job Wagon, and wishes to inform the people of Eureka that he may be found ready to attend eaU* for removing Household Furniture and doing CENERAL HAULING, At reasonable rates. Also, will PCI DOWN CARPETS, and do other work pertaining to removals, etc. Orders left at Ram. Phillips' Cigar . More will reoctYe prompt attention. Eureka. June 18,1878. Jelfl-lra Notice to the Ladies. WILLIAM MILLER, HAIRDRESSER * —AMD— WIO MAKER I TTAS JUST ARRIVED FROM PIOCHE, H and is prepared to do All SURER el Ladlaf Halrwark. two doom north of the . Detter’a Bathing and only place in Enreka to JOlt-Iu* Fire and Water-Proof I9 JL IN O’ . T All NOW PREPARED TO WILL ORDERS I for petting on tbo celebrated Ftre and Wadar.proof Paint, on short notice and at fair hiring rates. The Are-proof qualities of this oolohrated compound are unsurpassed, and where a town la almost entirely bullt of in flammable material, anything that tends to laoosa the chances of the spread of a confla gration should ho accepted as a public benefit. This Paint haa the indorsement of all of the beet insurance companies, and the price is within the reach of all. Orders for painting roofs, etc., are respectfully eoitelled. D. 8. HARRIS. Eureka, June 8.1878. Jeutf Pioneer Barber Shop and Bath House, Jlforth Mala Street, Eureka. rrms OTroutsiainsD. havimg opxkeO x the above establishment, offer* bis pro fessional aareicea to all who desire a first-class physiognomical hair-cut. os an ecstatic shave. Hair CulUag. M Ceals. Hfest|wo la«, N duals. satab. Best and where Hot ut Sams. a. rases. *^jaswEs»«5Si-, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. WM. W. BISHOP. GEO. M. SABIN. BISHOP A SABIN, ATTOKXEYM AT LAW, EI BEKA. Nevada. Office—In Bishop’s Building, South Buel street. JOHN T. BAKER, Attorney at law. office ii Hyland’s Block, Bateman street, Eureka, Nevada. Particular attention given to the acquiring of of titles to Government lands. DAY. E. BAILY, Attorney at i.aw. office over Clark’s 8tore, Eureka, Nevada, cor ner of Main and Clark streets. A. M. HILLHOUSE, Attorney at law. office in the Odd Fellow. Building, up «».ir«, room. 1 and 2, Eurek., N'rv»d.. 0E0. W. MERRILL, Attorney at law, district Attorney for Eurek. Couniy, .nd NoUry Public. Office in the Court House Building. W. H. DAVENPORT, Attorney at law. office in the Masonic Building, up stairs, corner of Main and Clark streets, Eureka, Nev. CHITTENDEN THORNTON. THOS. WHEN. WREN & THORNTON, Attorneys at law, main street, Eureka, Nevada. QEO. W. BARER, Attorney at law ano nota ry Public. Office In Dirk Hyland'* Brick Building, Bateman street, Eureka, Nevada. C. J. LANSING, Attorney at law. office over Clark's Store. Eureka, Nevada, cor ner of Main and Clark streets. LASPEYRE & BEATTY, Attorneys aid counselors at Law. Office in Kvland’a Brick Build ing, Bateman street, opposite the Jackson House, Eureka, Nevada. A. B. HUNT, Attorney and counselor at Law, 30P Montgomery street, Rooms 6S and 6«, Nevada Block, San Francisco, Cali fornia. _ PHYSICIANS” DB. JAMES WILLIAMS, TJHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OF X flee at the Jackson Hotel, Eureka. DR. 0. H. THOMA, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OF flee on Duel street, opposite the Senti nel Office. DR. A. C. BISHOP, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office on Main 8treet, opposite Paxton k Co’a Bank, Eureka. DR. M. ROCRMAN, PHYSICIAN. SURGEON. AC coucher. Oculist and Aurist. Office un der the American Hotel, Clark street, Eureka, Nev. DR J. R. N. OWEN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON El' reka, Nevada. Office in Clark’s Building, corner of Main and Clark streets. PROFESSIONAL CARDS, THOMAS J. READ, CIVIL ENGINEER AND V. 8. DEP uty Mineral Surveyor. Office in Hyland’s Brick Building, on the corner of Bateman and Buel street*, up stairs. W. A. EDWARDS, CIVIL KXOIIKEB AID DEPUTY U. 8. Mineral Surveyor. All orders promptly attended to. 8pecial attention given to under-ground work. 0. HAMILTON, D. D. S., Dditikt. rooms ova; Eureka Opera House, corner Buel and Bateman streets. SOCIETIES. EUREKA LODGE. NO. 16. F. A A. M. rpHE STATED COMMUNICATIONS OF EU X reka Lodge, No. 10, F. k A. M., will be held in Masonic Hall, every Saturday even ing on or preceding the full moon in each month. Called communications every Saturday even ing. Members of sister lodges, and sojourning brethren in good standing, nre cordially Invit ed to attend. H. JOHNSON, W. M. W. P. Steichclman, Secretary. BULLION ENCAMPMENT NO. 10. Holds regular sessions on the First and Third MONDAYS of each mouth, at 7J< o’clock, p. m., at Odd Fellows' Building. Sojourning Patriarchs are Invited to attend. WM. DOOLIN, C. P. H. B. McKee, Scribe. je4tf BEATIFIC LODGE, NO. 7, K. OF P., Meets each Friday of every month, at 7 JO o’clock p. m., at its Caatle Hall, in Odd Fellows’ building. All Brother Knights, In good standing, are fraternally Invited to attend such meetings. N. A. CHANDLER, C. C. H. B. McKee, K. of R. and 8. NT. JOHN’S CHAPTER, NO. 5. rnHE STATED CONVOCATIONS OF ST. X John's Chapter, No. 8, B. A. M., will be held at Masonic Hall, on thesseond Wednesday evening of each month. Called communica tions on all other Wednesday evenings. All Royal Arch Masons, in good standing, are cordially invited to attend. JOHN GILLESPIE, A. P. W. A. Dudley, Secretary. WINN EMC CCA TRIBE, No. S, IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN, MEET every Tuesday Evening, at their Wigwam, in Masonic Hall, at 8 o'clock. All Chiefs and Brethren are invited to attend. MATTHEW KYLE, Worthy Sachem. C. C. I ivrNnsToK. Chief of Records. EI Ri'JiA I, Jill Gil. NO. S3, I. O. O. F., Meet at their hall every thurs dsy evening at 8 o'clock. Brethren In good atanding are cordially Invited to attend. C. L. BROY, N. G. M. Caluheb,Secretary. LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, NO. 131. THE REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS So ciety take place on the first and third Mon days of each month, in Masonic Hall, at 730 o’clock, sharp. All brethren to good standing are Invited to attend. d. McKinnon, w. m. D. McDonald, Secretary. MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 188.8.131.52. F„ Meet every Saturday evening at Odd Fellows' Hell, st 7 o'clock. All members of the order, Id good standing, are In vited to attend. H. B. McKEK, N. G. B. M. Bnattt, Secretary. HIBERNIANS. THE A. D. H. MEETS EVERY FIRST AND third Saturday evening of each month, st the corner of Clark and Monroe streets, until further notice. p. F SPLAINE, President. I. C. OF. BED CBOtlS. Meet every Wednesday evening at half-past 7 o’clock J. STRAUS, E. C. W. ££. HAJ^ON, COUNTY CLERK, AND EX-OFFI. do Olerk of the District Oourt of the 8ixth Judicial District, In and for the County of Enreke, State of Nevede. CONVEYANCING, In ell Its branches, cor rectly executed. Acknowledgments, Affidavits, etc., taken In any part of town. Office: Front corner room st the Court-bonne. FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET. TWO OB THREE BOOMS, WELL FUR nlshed, to let on reasonable terms. For particulars, apply to MRS. WM. PLUMHOF, On Edwards street, ^oggoslte Judge Belly's. A DYKKTINE in the EUREKA AtotUii, the best, advertising medium I is Baetoui Nevada. HOTELS. THE JACKSON HOTEL is isrcrw’ open, And le the only Fire-proof Hotel in Eaetern Narad*. MAIN STREET, Et’REKA. The rooms are hard finished, el egantly furnished and spacious. RIISLE ROOMS OR IN SI ITS. HAS IN ALL THE ROOMS. Connected with tho Hotel la the Finest Bar-room in the State I A. JACKSON, Proprietor. Formerly of the Jackson House, at Hamilton, White Pine county. jeltf WILLIAM GILLEN. JAMES MC’UARTIN. THE PARKER HOUSE, Main Street, Eureka, Nevada, GILLEN A 51 e W A R T I N , PROPRIETORS. The appointments of this hotel are tirst-class, the rooms having bean en larged and elegantly furnished. _ COO MB SINGLE OR IN HITS. THE E ^ R. Has a fine reputation, and will he kept up to that standard. Nothing but the best will be offered. Attached to the premises ia a first-class R. E S T ATTRANT. The Palisade, Hamilton, Austin, Tybo and Belmont Stages all atop at this House. jeltf TURNER HOUSE. South Main Streeet, Eureka. This old established hotel has just boon newly refitted throughout, and has a large number of Elegantly Furnished Rooms. Mr. Turner makes a specialty of tho RESTAURANT*nl DINING ROOM, Where, under his personal supervision, all the delicaeies of the season will be served in the most approved manner. Bar and Billiard Room With a fine assortment of Liquors and Cigars. The Postofflce and the office of Wells, Fargo k Co. are directly opposite, and carriages run to and from the Depot to meet all trains. B. J. TURNER, Proprietor. Eureka, July 18, 1877. jy 19tf SILVER BRICK HOTEL. South Slain Street, Eureka. SI. J. OEUATY. PROPBIET11ESS. — HAVING RECENTLY REPAIRED BflflBkk ami grip rally rmovuted thr entuh l^lp^lishmeut. I am new prepared to ac i commodate patrons in the best man ner, and usk a share of the public patronage. THE TABLE Is at all Aimes supplied w ith the best the mar ket affords. THE BAB Is supplied with the choicest of Wines, Liquors end Cigars. Only attentive barkeepers and waiters are employed at this establishment. BOARD, $7 00 per week; Meals, 50 Cents. Liquors and Clears, 12 1-2 Cents. BeT" Entire satisfaction is guaranteed to the patrons. jeltf WESTERN HOTEL” Four doors below the International, Main Street, Eureka. rpHIS ESTABLISHMENT, COMPLETE IN X every part, is now open. Board, per week.#7 OO Single Meals.50 Cts. THE BAR Will be stocked st all times with the choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars To be found on the coast. Depot for Lyon k Co’s celebrated Brewery, San Francisco. Families supplied at their residences with Lyou’s Ale. A share of the public patronage is solicited, jeltf P. S. QUAID, Proprietor. EUREKA HOUSE North Main Street, Eureka. Having just fitted and furnished the above house, I am prepared to furnish Meals and Lodgings At the most reasonable rates. The TABLES are supplied with the very best the market affords, First-class Cooks employed. THE ROOMS AND BEDS Are newly furnished and kept in the best order. Board, per week.$8 00 Meals.50 cents Board and Lodging, per week.$9 U0 Lodgings.50 cents Single Rooms.$3 to $5 per week Twenty-one Meal Tickets.$8 00 MRS. A. WYLIE. Eureka, June 21, 1878. j‘12-tf INTERNATIONAL HOTEL North Main Street, Euieka. MRS. ACUTE* HALL, Proprietress NEW FURNITURE AND BEDDING ! This establishment has just been thoroughly overhalued and repaired, and it now most complete in all its appointments, and has Fine Parlors and Bedrooms 1 *57"The Railroad ’Bus arrives and departs from this house. Eureka, June 1,1878. j«2tf THE EUREKA HOTEL, PALISADE, KEY. W. *. EVANS, PROPRIETOR. The best accommodations of any establishment on the Overland Line. The appointments are complete ti 'rvery par ticular. The tables are supplied with vegeU bleu fresh from the gardens of California, LABfiE AID AIRY ROOMS. No Liquors Bold in the house. Accommoda tions for the E. !i P. Railroad passengers, either East or West. Jeltf W. 8. EVANS. A. D. ROCK, U*. patent auent, will take « patent caaea and proMcnia than to auc com. at a total coat of $60. J*J BILLIARD PARLORS AND SALOONS. THE EL DORADO SALOON. UP STAIRS. JAMES M. KELLOCC, Proprietor. THE FINEST BILLIARD AND CLUB ROOMS IN THE STATE. The whole establishment is en tlrrly now, and the Billiard Tablea are of the latert patterna. The Bar will at all ilmea be furolahed with the beat of Liquors and Cigars. The comfort snd entertainment of patrons will be studied by the Proprietor and attaches. BILLIARDS! rjAHE LARGEST AND FINEST BILLIARD SALOON IN THE STATE. STONE BTTILIDITSrO Corner Main and Clark Streets, Eureka. GEO, THACKER AND CLAY SIMMS, PROP'S, THE SAZERAC SALOON. MAIN STREET, EUREKA. SMITH A. CANAVAN, Proprietors. Refitted and Refurnished, Making it one of tue most attrac tlve places in Eureka. THE BILLIARD PARLOR Attached to the SAZERAC is the finest billiard room in town, containing the newest and most improved tables. SALOONS. THE TIGER SALOON. JOE MENDES, Proprietor. This saloon has been fitted up with a view to comfort, unsurpassed by any similar establishment in the State. To a stranger it is a perfect mystery. Up-stairs or flown, turn as you will, you hud yourself be fore a 33 -A. 1R, , Supplied with the choicest brands of WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS. Experienced and attentive barkeepers are al ways in attendance to serve the patrons of the house. San Joso Fredericksburg Beer Constantly on Draught. THE FALACE SALOON. MAIN STREET, EUREKA. LUTHER CLARK, Propr’r. HAS FITTED UP. IN THE BEST STYLE, the above Saloon, where is kept only the Choicest brands of WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS. KT“ Call and be convinced. THE COURT EXCHANGE. Northeast Cor. of Main and Bateman Streets. EUREKA,NEVADA. j "\TONE BUT THE FINEST QUALITIES OF _iN liquors and the choicest brands of cigars dispensed at the Bar. Connected with the establishment is a CLjUB room, And a number of well-furnished card-rooms for private parties. HANK KNIGHT, Proprietor. MATT. KYLE S SALOON. MAIN STREET, EUREKA, Three doors below Straus’ Jewelry Store. Has just received from ban fran. cisco a large invoice of the finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars. The saloon has just been newly fitted np, and Is neat and comfortable. A share of the public patronage is solicited. PURCELL’S SALOON. RUBY li I I. I. . NEVADA. I HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM BAN Francisco a large Block of flue Wines, Liquors and Cigars! And will offer them for sale at the old stand Known as Brown's Saloon. By strict attention to business, I hope to re ceive a fair share of the public patronage. M. L. PURCELL. Ruby Hill, May 30,1878. my31tf j E. R. DODGE, GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT, EUREKA, NEVADA. AWI'.VT FOR THEJ GIANT POWDER COMPANY •ST Office on Bnel Street, opposite the Odd Fellowe Hall. john amours. huoh mc'csum. 8HROUFE & McCRUM, Succeaaore to J. M. Goewey k Co.. IMPORTERS OF FINE LIQUORS, KENTUCKY WHISKIES. ETC.. 409 and 411 Front 8t.t Ann Franelieo, • - Cnllfornln. SAM’L MOKE. r. B. HEYNOLDS. J. EVANS. AGENT. MORE, REYNOLD8 Sl CO., Importers and Jobbers of WINES AND LIQUORS, 212 California street, San Francisco. HQTHole Agents for fbe Pacific Coast for O. O. Blake's Bourbon county Whiskies. jel T. J. MAUPIN, Notary pcbmc*—office, maim •tree*, uext loot to 1. • trails' jewelry tore. jel TRAVELERS' GUIDE EUREKA AND PALISADE :r,_a_i l :r,ojl:d HEW ARRANGEMENT* ! On and after November 6th, 1877, A. FAST TRAIN WILL RUN FOR PaMencera, Malls and Express ONLY, AND WILL Lbave Eureka dally at.500 a. M. Arrive at Paliaade at.1000 a. m. Making connection with East and W'rst Bound Trains of the Control Paelfle Railroad. RETURNING » Leave Paliaade dally at.400 r. M. Arrive at Eureka at.8:30 r. m. Weight and Aceonanaodatlon Train: Leaves Eureka daily at.600 a. M. Arrive* at Paliaade at.*.3:15 r. M. Leaves Paliaade daily at.7:16 a. m. Arrives at Eureka at.5.*20 r. u. THE COMPANY WILL DELIVER FREIGHT AT HAMILTON, WARD, PIOt'11E, TV BO, BELMORT, And all points south, by its teams, with care and dispatch, and at the lowest rates. P. KVr.RTN, Uenersl lup t. EIBEKA, IIARILTOX AXD Plot'll E STAGE; LINE! GILMER * HALKDI RY, Propr'n. Connecting with the eureka ant i Palisade Railroad. Leaves Eureka for Hamilton every morning, at 7 o’clock. Leaves Hamilton for Pioclie every alternate day, Sundays included. Leave* Hamilton for Eureka every day. Leave* Pinch* for Hamilton and Eureka every alternate dry, at 8 o’clock a. m., Sunday* Included. Carrying U. 8. Mail and Well*, Fargo k Co’s Express. Fine American horses and near Concord coaches. Offlce st Wells, Fargo k Co’s. Jel El BEK A, T1BO AND BELMONT DAILY STAGE LINE! I EAVES EUREKA DAILY (SUNDAYS KX J cepted), at 5 o’clock a. M., on and after Monday, April 1,1878, and will arrive at Eure ka daily (Sunday* excepted), at 8 o’clock r. M. Runa through to Tybo and Belmont with United States Nall amd Wella, Fargo 4k t'wni|wny‘i ExprcM, Without lay-over. Fine hones. Concord Coaches, experienced drivers and excellent accommodations. Eureka Office at Wells, Fargo k Co’s Office. W. C. REVEAL, Superintendent. SAM I. COOPER, Agent at Eureka. jel A88AYER8. EUREKA ASSAV OFFICE -AND Chemical Laboratory! In Dr. Biebop’a Building, Eureka, Nev. BULLION, OBE ASSAYING, And Determinative Mineralogy, Speeialties. As we duplicate all work.it can be Implicitly relied upon. DUNN k KYDD, Assayers and Chemists. Late of the Ann of C. Wiegand k Co., Virginia, Nevada. . je8tf FRANK ROBBINS, ASSAYEB, On door abort Well,, Fargo k Co'a. FBOnFTXEH, ACCURACY AID MODERATE CUAROEB. BTP LEASE CALL. J*1 DISTRICT C'OI RT STUMORS. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH Judicial District, in and for Eureka County, State of Nevada. Tho State of Nevada sends greeting to Jacob Jacoby, Morris Jacoby and Wolff Aron: ion arc ncreny required lo appear In an ac tion commenced against you sa defendants, by John A. Paxton, Allen A. Curtis, lierrmsn Mai ler and John R Plater, sa plaintiffs. In the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District, In and for the County of Eureka, State of Nevada, at the town of Eureka, and answer the com plaint therein, which la on ala with the Clerk of aald court, within ten days after the service on yon of thle summons (exclusive of the day of service), if served In said county, or twenty days tf served out of aald county but within this district, and In all other cases forty days or Judgment by default will be taken against you, according to the prayer of aald complaint. The eald action la brought to recover lodg ment against yon. the said defendants, for the ■•“05 *4,0*7 71, U. 8. gold coin, with Interest on $2,440 of aald stun al the rate of two per cent, per month from April 1st, 1B77; and on the sum of $2,047 70 at the rate of two per cent, per mouth from February 12, 1*78, until this date; the same being alleged to be due plaint Iffe for and on account of a certain promissory note, which was executed by Jacob Jacoby lo 1 4-Tax ton, January 26, 1877. for the sum of $2,000, with Interest thereon at the rite of two per cent, per month till paid: end on a certain indebtedness. Incurred hy JKcb Jacoby to plaintiffs, on or before May 28, 1877, In the sum of $2,500, with Interest thereon at the rate of two per cent, per month; which, It Is alleged, you then ind there promised to pay plaintiffs; snd to obtain the usual decree of this Court for the sale of the premises described In the complaint on tile In this action. To se4-ure the above amounts, a mortgage was given to J. A. Paxton, of date of January 27, 1877; snd that a receiver of the rents. Issues snd profits of said mort gaged premises be appointed by the Court, pending this action. All of which will more fully apjiear liy tbe complaint on file herein. And you sre hereby notified, that If yon fall to appear and answer tue said complaint as above required, tbe said plaintiffs will, take default against defendants, and apply to tbe Court for the relief demanded tn the complaint. In testimony whereof, I, P. B. r me Ati Heemon, have hereunto set my band . .and klttsed the eeel of aald Court, Sethis 5th day of June, A. D. 1»7». „ ^ _ P. B. HARMON, Clerk District Court, Sixth Judicial District, Eureka County, Nevada. Twos. Wars and Cmmm» Taomrrog, At. lonwya fee plaintiffs. Jag-3m APPLICATIONS FOB PATENT._ APPLICATION FO* A PATENT TO THE EXCEL8I0B AND CARLO ZENO Mine—No. 431.—U. 8. Land Offli e, Eureka, Nevada. June 10, 1878. Notice It hereliy given, that the Silver Weat Consolidated Mining Com pany, by Ita duly authorised agent, Thmuaa J. Read, whose poetofflce address la Eureka, Ne vada, haa this day hied his application lor a patent for fifteen hundred linear feet ©f the Excelsior and Carlo Zeno mine or vein, bearing silver, with surface ground two hundred feet in width, situate, lying and bring in Eureka Mining District, County of Eureka, and State of Nevada, and kuowu and deeignated by the field notes snd official pint on file in this offli e as lot No. 142. The exterior boundaries of said lot No. 142 being as follows, to wit: Variation 16)4 deg. E. Commencing at a p«*t marked No. 1. U. 8. Survey No. 142, whence the flagstaff in the town of Eureka bears N. 27 deg. 21 min. E., 19,785 feet; Ruby Hill No. 1 bears N. 0 deg. ; 2 min. E., 12,864 feet, and a spruce-pine tree, three feet in diameter, marked B. T., standing i at the mouth of the Excelsior tunnel, bears 8. ; 130 deg. 10 min., 805 feet; thence, running first course 8.87)4 deg. E., 14* feet, to the western boundary of U. 8. Survey No. 115, Huguenot lode, whence post No 2 of aaid Huguenot sur vey bears 8. 2)4 deg. W.. *47 2-10 feet, 200 feet, to post marked No. 2, U. 8. Survey No. 142; thenc©, 2d cours© 8. 2)4 deg. W., 837 2-10 feet, to southern boundary of aaid U. 8. Survey to. 115, Huguenot lode, whence post No. 2 of said Huguenot survey bears N. 87)4 deg. W., 51 feet, 1,07* 5-10 feet, to the western boundary of U. 8. Survey No. 82, Fourth of July lode, whence post No. 4 of said Fourth of July survey bears N. 16)4 deg. E., 220 *-10 feet, 1,500 f©et, to post marked No 3. U. 8. Survey No. 142; thence, 3d course, N. 87)4 deg. W., 104 8-10 feet, to the western boundary of aaid aurvey No. 82, whence p<»st No, 4 of said survey No. 82 bears N. 16)4 deg. E., 654 3-10 feet, 200 feet, to post marked No. 4, IT. 8. Survey No. 142; and thence, 4th course N. 2)4 deg. E., 1,600 feet, to post No. 1, the place of beginning. That portion of sur vey No. 82, Fourth of July lode, that conflict* with this survey, is hereby excluded. Said tract is described »* follows, to wit: Begin ning at a point on the eastern boundary of said survey No. 82. Fourth of July lode, whence post No. 4, of ssid snrvey No. 82 bears N. 16)4 deg. E. 220 9-10 feet; thence, running 1st course, 8. 2)4 deg W., 420 5-10 feet, to post No. 2 of this survey No. 142; thence, 2d course N. 87)4 deg. W., 104 8-10 feet, to western boundary of said survey No. 82; sud thence, 3d course, N. 16)4 deg. E., 433 4-10 feet, to the place of be ginning, containing 51-100 acres. That portion of ssid sur\ey No. 115, Huguenot linle, that con flicts with this survey is hereby excluded. Raid tract is bounded as follows: Beginning *t post No. 2 of said aurvey No. 115, Huguenot lode, and running thence. 1st course, N. 2)4 deg. K., 837 2-10 feet; thence, 2d course, 8. 87T* deg. E., 51 feet, to post No. 2 of this survey No. 142; thence, 3d course 8. 2)4 deg. W., 837 2-10 feet; and thence, 4th course, N. 87)4 deg. W., 51 feet, to post No. 1, the place of beginning, contain ing 98-100 acres. These tracts being excluded, leaves remaining in this survey 5 40-100 acres. Thla claim is bounded on the east by the Hu guenot and Fourth of July mines, and on the west by the May Day Queen mine. The loca tion of this mine la duly recorded in the Re corder’s Office of Eureka District, on pages 89 and 176, in Book D of the Mining Records of said District. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Excelsior and Carlo Zeno mines, or aaid mining ground as hereinbefore described, are required to file their adverse claim with the Register of the United States Land Office. **t X*ureka, in the State of Nevada, <lur«ng tbo sixty dnys’ period of publicutioti hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. je20-G0d D. B IMMEL. Register. APPLICATION rO* A PATENT TO THE MAY DAY QUEEN MINE—No. 432. U. ft. Land Otter, Eureka, Nev., June 19. IH78. Notice is hereby Riven that the Silver Weal Consolidated Mining Company, l*y it** July authorized agent, Thomas J. Head, whom* postnfttce address is Eureka, Nevada, has this lay tiled his application for a patent for eight ] hundred (800) liue*.r feet of the May Day Queen mine or vein, b« nring silver, with surface ground two hundred (200) feet In width, situate, lying and being in Eureka Mining District, comity of Eureka, and State of Nevada, and known and designated by the field notes and official plat on tile in this office as lot No. 144. The exterior boundaries of said lot No. 144 being as follows, 1o wit: Variation li»S deg. east. Commencing at a post marked No, 1 U. ft. Survey No. 114, whence the flagstaff in ihe town of Eureka bears N. 27 deg. 28 mill. K., 20,170 feet: Ruby Hill No. 1 boHra N. 0 deg. 58 min. E., 13,191 feet; a sj ruce-piue tree, three feet iu dial lie ter, marked D. T., stand; lig at the mouth of the Excelsior tumid bears 8 41 deg. E.. G07 feet; thcuce, running first course H. H7V| deg. E., 200 feet, to post marked No. 2, l . ft. Survey No. 144. Tbia post stands on the west ern boundary of U. S. Survey No. 142, Ex elsh-r and Curio Zeno lode, whence poet No 1 of said Huguenot survey iieara N. 2H deg. E., 33ft feet. Thence, 2d course ft. 2H deg. W., M4) feet, along the western boundary of said survey No. 142, to post marked No. 3, IT. 8. Survey No. 144 ; thence, 3d course, N. 87H deg. W.. 2H0 feet to post marked No. 4, U. 8. Survey No. 144; and thence, 4tli course, N. 2% dag. E., MOO feet, to post No. 1, the place of beginntug. containing ;i 67-1(10 acres. This claim In bounded uu the east by the Excelsior and Carlo Zeno mines, and on the west by the Gas Light mine. The location of tills mine la duly recorded lu the Rec rder's office of Eureka Mining District, > n page 74, In Book D, of the Mining Records • f said District. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said May Day Queeu mine, or said mining ground, as herein before described, are required to file their ad verse claim with the Register of the United States Land Office at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the sixty days’ p« rtod of pub lication hereof, or they will be barred by vir tue of the provisions of the statute. Je20-''0d D. B. IM XIEL. Register. APPLIC ATION TOR A PATENT j O THE GAS LIGHT MINE—No. 438.—C. 8. Land Office, Eureka, Nevada. June 13. 1878. Notice is hereby given, that the Silver Went Consolidated Mining Company, by its duly authorized agent, Thomaa J. Rend, whom* | ixwtoflice address is Eureka, Nevada, haw this j day filed hia application fer a patent for aix hundred (600) linear feet of the Gas Light mine or vein, bearing silver, with wurface ground one hundred and thirty (1.10) feet in width, sit uate, lying and betng in Eureka Mining Dis trict, County of Eureka and State of Nevada, and known and designated by the field notes and official plat on file in thia office as Lot No. 145. The exterior bt uudaries of said lot No. 145 being aa followa. to wit: Variation 16V, deg. east. Commencing at a poat marked No. 1, U. 8. Survey No. 145, whence ilie flagstaff in the town of Eureka bears N. 27 deg. 52 min. E.. 20,175 feet; Ruby Hill No. 1 beam N. 1 deg. .11 min. E.. 13,122 feet. A spruce-pine tre«*. three feet In diameter, marked B. T., standing at the mouth f f the Excelsior tunnel, bears 8. 45 deg. 13 min. K., 738 feet, and the mouth of the Gas Light tunnel bears S. 12)4 deg. K.. 311 feet. Thence running first course 8. 87)4 deg. E., 130 feet, to poat marked No. 2, U. H. Survey No. 145; thence, 2d course ». 2H deg. W.. 56 feet, to poat No. 1, of U. S. Survey No. 144. May Day Queen lode, 600 feet, to poet marked No. 3, IJ. 8. Survey No. 145; thence, 3d course N. 87)4 deg. W„ 130 feet, to post msrked No. 4 V. 8. Survey No. 145; and thence 4th course, N. 2)4 deg. E., 600 feet, to post No. 1, the place of be ginning; containing 1 73-100 acres. Thia claim la bounded on the east by the May Day Qneeu mine. The location of this mine is duly re corded in the Recorder's Office of Eureka Min ing District, on page 201, in Book D, of the Mining Records of aaid District. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Gas Light miue, or snid mining ground as hereinbefore described, are required to file their adverse claim with the Register of the United States Laud Office, at Eureka, in the Htateof Nevada, during the sixty days’ period [»f publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. j«20-60d D. B. IMMEL, Register. APPLICATION FOR A PATENT TO THE PORTEK MIT.I, SITE.-No. 421. U. 8. Land Ofllre, Eureka, Nev., April 24, 1108.—Notice la hereby given that the K K Con aolldated Mining Company, whose poatoAee address la Han Franclaeo, California, has thla day Hied its application for a patent for live acres of surface ground, situate, lying and being In Eureka Mining District, county ol Eureka, and Htale of Nevada, and known and designated by the Held notes and oActal plat on Hie In this oAce, aa Lot Number 1.88. The exterior boundaries of said lot No. 198, being aa follows, to wit; Variation 16)4 deg. east. Commanclng at a post on the northwestern boundary nf U f» P irvey No. 84, porter lode, the same being post ho. 1 ol IT. 8 Hurvey No. 181, Carson mill-site ; win nee Ruby Hill No. 1 bears K16 deg. M min. W., 2,486 feet; the Law ton abaft of the Eureka Consolidated Mining Company bears B., DO deg. 86 min. *V„ 1,664 feet; and the flagstaff In the town of Eureka bears N. 51 deg. 86 min. E., 7,864 feel; thence running 1st course N. 22 deg. W., 600 feet, to post marked No. 2, U. H. Hurvey No. 188, the seme being post No. 4 of said U. H. HurveJ No. 137 ; thence 2d course N., 64 deg. K., 874 feet to Swt marked No. 3 IT. B. Hurvey No. 188; thence ilrd course 8.22 deg. E., COO feet, to post marked No. 4 IT. 8. Hurvey No. 138; and thence 4th course, B., 54 deg. W., 325 feet to post No. 2 of ssld IT. B. Hurvey. No. 86. Porter 1-ode, 874 feet, t<> poet No. 1, the place of beginning, con taluing live acres. The location of this mill site la duly recorded In the Recorder’s offlcc of Eureka Mining District, ou page 160. In bookF. of Ibe Mining Records of ssld District. Any snd sll persons claiming adversely any portion of ssld Porter Mill-site, or raid ground as here inbefore described, are required to Hie their adverse claim with tbe Register of the United Htstes Land OAce at Eureka, in the Htate of Nevada, during the sixty days period of publi cation hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. sp30-6udD. B. 1MMF.L, Register. FOUND, A MEMORANDUM BOON, CONTAINING memorandums and a note for 147. Tba . < wmer ran havs tha acme by calling at thla of Am and paying fog thla advertisement.' APPLICATIONS POR PATENT. APPLICATION FOB A PATENT TO THE SURPLUS MILL SITE.-No. 42*. United States Land Office, Eureka. Ne* vada. April W, 187*. Notice la hereby given* that the K K Gonaolidated Mining Company* whose PostofHce address ia Han Franciaco, Cali fornia, hna this day filed its application for a Satont for flv* arvee of ground, for the Surplus [Ill-site, situate, lying and being in Eureka Mining Diatrirt, County of Eureka, and Stats of Nevada, and known and designated by the field notes and official plat on file in thia office aa lot No. 141. The exterior boundaries of said Lot No. 141 being as follows, to wit: Variation 1GH deg east. Commencing at a post marked No. 1, U. 8 Survey No. 141, the aame being post No. ft of U. 8. Survey No. *6. Surplus lode; whence Ruby Hill No. 1 bears N. 83deg.4« min. W. 1,549 feet; the flagstaff iu the town of Eu reka beara N. 57 deg. 10 min. E., 8,980 feet; and the Lawton shaft of the Kurrka Con. Mining Company brars H., 71 deg. 8 min. W., 567 feet; thence running 1st courae N. 38 deg. W., 2CO ft, to post No. 4 of said U. S. Survey No. *6, 203 feet, poet on the southern boundary of Sur vey No. 67 Calloway lode, marked No. 2, U. 8. Survey No. 141; thence 2d coqree N., 70 deg. E., 410 1-10 feet, to iron pin in road at S. E. corner of said survey No. 67; thence, 3d courae N., 20 deg. W., 200 feet to post marked No. 4, U. 8. Survey No. 141, the aame baing post No. 1 of said Survey No. 67 ; thence, 4th courae, N., 20 deg. 47 min. K.. 630 1-10 feet, to post on the western boundary of Survey No. 137. Carsorf mill-site, marked No. 5 U. S. Survey No. 141; thence, 5th course, S. 22 dag. E. 500 feet, to post marked No. 6 U. Survey No. 141, the aame baing poet No. 2 of aaid Survey No. 137; and thencs* 0th course, 8. 64 deg. W., 750 feet, to post No. 1, the place of beginning, containing five acres, The location of this mine ia duly recorded in the Recorder's office of Eureka Mining District, on page 180, in Book F, of the Mining Records of aaid District. Any and all persona claiming adversely any portion of aaid Surplus Mill* site or said ground aa hereinbefore described, are required to file their adverse claim with the Register of the United States Land Ofllc#, at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during tha sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. ap30-ti0d D. B. IMMEL, Register. APPLICATION FOR A PATENT TO THE BROWN MILL SITE —NO. 426 — U. H. land Office, Eureka, Nevada, April W, 1878.—Notice la hereby given that the K K Consolidated Mining Company, whose Post office sddreHM la Han Franelaro, California, baa this day filed ita application for a patent for five acres of ground, for the Brown Mill-aite, aituate, lying and Wing in Eureka Mluing Dis trict, county of Eureka, and Htate of Nevada, and known and designated by the field notes and official plat on file In this office aa Lot No. 139. The exterior boundaries of said Lot No. 139 being aa followa, to-wlt: Variation 16H deg. K. Commencing at a post marked No. 1, IT. 8. Survey No. 139. This post stands on the north western boundary of V. S. Survey Ko. 198, Porter Mill-site; whence Ruby Hill 1 bears 8. 63 deg. 33 min. W.. 2,769 feat: the Lav ton abaft of the Eureka Consolidated Mining Com pany bears 8. 42 deg. 48 min. W., 2,168 feet; the flagstaff in tbs town of Eureka beam N. 62 deg. 19 min. E., 7,4o7 feet, and poet No. I of U. 8. Survey No. 87, Brown lode, beam S. 31 deg. 44 min. W., 2,065 feet; thence, running 1st course 8. 54 deg. W., 314 feet, to poet No. 2 of said Survey No. 138, Potter mill-site, and post No. 4 of Survey No. 137, Carson mill-site, 514 feet, to poet marked No. 2, V. H. Survey No. 139; thence, 2d course, N. 18 deg. W., 431 feet, to post marked No. 3, H. H. Survey No. 139; the nee, 3d course, N. 30 deg. E. 423 feet, to post marked No. 4, T. 8. Survey No. 139; and thence, 4th course, 8. 33 deg. 27 min. E., 581 9-10 feet, to post No. 1. the place of beginning, contain log five sens. The location of this mill-site is duly recorded in the Recorder’s office of Eu reka Mining District, on page 210, in Book F, of the Mining Records of »*id diatrn t. Any and all persons claiming adversely any per lion of said Brown Mill-site ground a* herein before described, are required to file their ad verse claim with the It* gist* r of the I'nitcd Ktr tea Land Office, at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the sixty days period of pub lication hereof, or they will barred by virtua of the provisions of the statute. ap3b-oOd D. U. 1M MEL, Register. APPLICATION FOB A PATENT rPO THE CARSON MILL HITE -NO. 424.— 1 I'nited HiaOs Land office. Eureka, Ns viola. April 29. 18*5.—-Notice 1» hereby given that the K K Consolidat*d Milling Company, whose Poatoffit e address is Man Franelaro, Cal ifornia, has this day filed it* application for a patent for five a* res for a mill-site, aituate, lying and being In the Eureka Mining District, county of Eun ka, and State of Nevada, and known and deal gnat* d by the field notes Slid official plat on file in this office as L t No. 137. The exterior bound art* a of aald Lot No. 137 txing aa follows, to wit: Variation H>H deg. R. C ommencing at a post marked No. 1. I . 8. Sur vey No. 137; this post stum.a on the north western boundary of IT. 8. Survey No. m, h r ter lode; whence p«*t No. 2, of l*. H. Survey No. 68, Caraou hate, beam H., 54 deg. W., 1,451 Let; Ruby Hill No. l beam H.. 7* deg.;» mm. W., 2.498 feat; the Lawton abaft of the Eu reka Consolidated Mining Company beam H., 69 deg. 38 min. W., 1,664 fret; and the flagstaff in the town of Eureka bears N., 57 dec 3* min. K.. 7,864 feet; them e miming, lat »ourse 8., 54 deg. W. 374 feet; along the northwest*in boundary of said Survey No. 86, to post masked No. 2, t. 8. Survey No. 137; then* a, 2d course N.. 22 deg. W.. «4jo fe« t, to post marks*! No. 3, U. 8. Survey No. 137; thence, 3d room#. N. 54 deg. E.. 374 feet, to |M>st marked No. 4, t\ S. Survey No. 137; and theuee. 4th course, M. 22 «leg. E., <«00 fe«t. to post No. 1. the place of l a giuning. containing five a* re*. The location of this mine la duly recorded in the Record* r's Office of Eureka Mining District, on p**ge 1«4>, iu Book F, of the Mining Records of Eureka Dlwtrl* t. Any and all pemona claiming ad versely any portion of said Camon mill-site, or said ground aa hereinbefore described, ar# re quired to file their adverse claim wltb the Reg ister af the Tutted States Land Office, at Eu reka, in the Htate of Mevsda. during the sixty day* period of publication her* of. or they will be bared by virtue of the provisions of tLt Statute. spJU-tiOd D. U. IMMEL, Kegtst* r. APPLICATION I’OR A PATENT fro THE IX DORADO MINE.—NO. 427.— JL United State* Land Office, Eureka, Nev., April 29, 1878.—Notice I* hereby given, that P. O. fitb-id and Win. J. Malloy, wh»M Pueteffice address ia Eureka, Nevada, have this day filed their application for a patent for 1JM linear feet of the El Dorado mine or vein, bearing silver, with surface ground 280 frit In width, situate, lying ami being In Eureka Mining Dla trh t, C-uuty of Eureka, ami Hb.tr of Nevada, an«l known and designated by tbe field notes and official plat on file in this office aa Lot l». 140. The exterior boundsri« a of said lot No. 140 being aa follows, to wit: Variation 16*4 deg. east. Commencing at a poet marked No. 1, U. H. Hurvey No. 140, whence poet No. 1, V. H. Sur vey No. 118. Magnet bale, beat* N. 66 deg. 31 min. E., 82 fret; Ruby Hill No. 1 bears N.. • deg. 1H min. W*., 7,937 feet; the flagstaff in tho town of Eureka bears N., 31 deg. 32 min. E., 14,78.1 feet; and the El Dorado abaft bears H., 20 deg. 31) min. E., 889 feet; thence, running 1st course 8., 30*4 deg K., 1.A00 feet, to post marked No. 2, U. 8. Survey Ne. 140; thence, 2d course 8., 60\ deg. W., 200 feet, to post marked No. .1, IT. 8. Survey No. 140; thence, 3d conrae. N., 30 \ deg. W., 1,000 feet. to post marked No. 4, IT. 8. Hurvey No. 140; and thence 4th course, N. MM* deg. E.. 200 f« et. to poat No. 1, tbe place of beginning, containing 6 and 89-100 acrea. This claim is bounded on the north by the Magnet mine, and on the cast by the IMoueer twine. Tbe location of thin mins la duly recorded in tbe Recorder's Office of Eu reka Mining District, on pane 129. In Book F. of the Mining Records of said District. Any and all persona claiming adversely any portion of said El Dorado mine or as Id mining ground, aa hereinbefore described, are required to file tlieir adverse claim with the Register of th# United Hlatea Laud Office, at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the sixty day* period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of lit# provisions of the statute. ap30-ti0d D. A* HfMIL, Register^ APPLICATION PM A PATENT B filed Its application for a patient for five acres of surface ground, for a ml ll-alte, situate, lylM and being la the Eureka Pining District, cimnty of Eureka, and State of Nevada, and knewa and designated by the field notes add official Platon file la thisoflcaaa lot No. Ml. Th* exterior boundaries of said lot 148 being aa fol lows, to-wit: Variation. 1C* deg. east. Com mencing at a poat awtled No. f, U. S. aamy No. 143, the same being poat No. 1, U. B. No. 11IJ, Adams and Farreii and Deep lode; whence the flagstaff la* the town of Eureka bears N. 63 dug. 18 min. E., 9,29ft feet; Ruby Hill No. 1 bears N.fl* deg. II min. W.t 1,8117 fact; the Lawton shaft of the Eureka Consolidated Mining Company bears N. flO deg. 317 min. u 814 8-10 feet; and the Phenlx abaft bears 8.18 deg. E., 282 feet; thence, running 1st course N., ftft deg. 47 min. E., 929 ft-10 feet, to poet marked No. 2, IT. 8. survey No. 148; thence, 2d course 8. 27H deg. W., 8T-0 feet, to poet marked No. 3, U. 8. survey No. 143. This poat stsnds on *«• northern boundary of U. 8. survey No. 07, Wil son lode. Thence, Id conrae 8., 8flt4 deg. w » 63 feet, to poat marked No. 4, IT. 8. survey No. )43, the same being post No. 4 of said survaT No. 97; thence, 4th course 8., 67 deg. W., 100 feet, to poat marked No. ft, U. 8. survey No. 143; and thence, ftth course K.,38 deg. 26 min. W., 3182 9-10 feet, to poat No. 1, the plnco of begin ning, containing five acres. The location of this mill-site la duly recorded in the Recorder'* Office of Eureka Mining District, on par* 21*. in Book F, of the Mining Records of said Dis trict. Any and all person* claiming adversely any portion of said Phenlx Mill-site, or aa*» ground aa hereinbefore described, are repulreo. to Ale their adverse claim withe Register of th# United States Land Office at Eureka, In the State of Nevada, during the sixty days' period