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rCBA Pi'-kRY. fll be at the window ns he goes by As be g<*e* by— He’ll lift his head to look at the sky, The western sky. To ae? if the sun has set f -r fair— And auddeuly there Against the sky in the golden air He’ll ace ap dr Of familiar eyes ; snd I shall boo A« he i ->k« fit me A sadden emile and a nod, maybe ; All this in three Or perhaps in four swift minutes—then. Ah then, I.i another moment the world of men For him. or, when The street is turned, a different face To take my place. While I by my window here retrace Each line of the face Which smiled at me as it passed me by With a glance of the eye That swept me in with the western sky, The sunset sky. To-morrow I shall be at the window when He passes again ; He will smile and nod—and then, ah then— The same old st<>ry over again ! CITY PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY, Month Slain Sired. Eureka \ev. Photographs Photographs Having the best arranged Gallery In i the State, and having had a A long and uninterrupted prac-fl tice In the Photographing ^ business, I am able to produce the truest and —the— MOST LIFELIKE PICTURES To be obtained in this State. All ray 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 houses 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 AND SPECIFICATIONS WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE BOARD OF County Commissioners, the some to bo filed in the Oifice of the County Clerk, on or before the THIRTEENTH DAY OF JULY, A. D. 1878, Before the hour of 10 o’clock, a. m. of said dny, 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 HO feet, two stories high, a brick or stone building, and suitable for court-house pur poses. The plans and specifications accepted by the Board of County Commissioners of said county aball be entitled to a Premium of Seven Hundred and Fifty ($730 00) Hollars. Witness my hand and seal of the MUBAIiA Board of County Commissioners l J °Y County of Eureka and State 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. Cominiss’r. By L. Molinelli, Deputy. Eureka, June 12,1878. jel3td J. DE LA IMTYR —DEALER IK— ALL KINDS OF LUMBER, Dressed and undressed. Flooring, Ceiling, Moulding, Shingles, Pickets, Etc. Also Dealer 111 Doors, Blinds. Windows, Screen Doors. Etc. Prices are Lower than the Lowest. J. H. DE LA MATYR. Eureka, June 20,1878. jc‘J7-tf Job Wagon. ISAAC BERCK Has recently started a two Horae Job Wagon, and wishes t.> inform the people of Eureka that he may be found ready to attend calls for removing Household Furniture and doing CENERAL HAULING, At reasonable rates. Also, will TUT DOWN CARPETS, and do other work pertaiuing to removals, etc. Orders left at Nam. Phillip**' C’iffar Chore will receive prompt attention. Eureka, June 18,1878. jel9-lm Notice to the Ladies. WILLIAM MILLER, HAIRDRESSER ——AND-— WIG MAKER ! Has just arrived from tioche, and is prepared to do All KindH of Ladies' Hninvork. Place of busimesa, two doors north of the Turner House, at T. Detter’s Bathing and Shaving Saloon, the only place in Eureka to get a first-daws bath. Eureka, June 13, 1878. jel4-lm* Fire and Water-Proof P A I IsT T . I AM NOW PREPARED TO FILL ORDERS for putting on the celebrated Fire and Water-proof Paint, on short notice and at fair living rates. The fire-proof qualities of this celebrated compound are unsurpassed, and where a town is almost entirely built of in flanuhable material, anything that tends to lessen the chances of the spread of a confla fration should be accepted as a public benefit. his Paint has 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 solicited. D. 8. HARRIS. Eureka, June 8, 1878. jeutf Pioneer Barber Shop and Bath House, North Main Street, F-ireka. UNDERSIGNED, HAVING OPENED ke above establishment, offer* hi* pro fessional services to sll who desire a first-class physiognomical hair-cut, or an ecstatic shave. Hair tatting, BO Cents. Nhanipoo ling, 50 Cents. Cold baths can be had at all times. BAT UN, 50 CENTO. A share of public patronage is solicited. JAMES M. M. MOODY, Proprietor. Watch Stolen. ON OR ABOUT THE 1*TH INST., A BART- j lett Silver Watch, No. 5519 or 3349. plain six-ounce cases, with small silver chain, was taken from a cabin on Prospect Mountain. The watch is believed to be in pawn. The party in possession of it will confer a favor and have the money advanced refunded by returning the watch to the 8ektimejl office. Eureka, June 24. tf t* reduced pric. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. WM. W. BISHOP. GEO. M. SABIN. BISHOP & SABIN, VTTORXE1S AT LAW, El'REKA, Nevada. Office—In Bishop's Building, South Buel street. JOHN T. BAKER, VTTORIEY AT LAW. OFFICE II Hyland’s Block, Bateman street, Eureka, Nevada. Particular attention given to the acquiring of of titles to Government lands. DAV. E. BAILY, VTTORIEY AT LAM. OFFICE over Clark's Store, Eureka, Nevada, cor ner of Main aud Clark streets. A. M. HILLHOUSE, VTTORXEY AT LAW. OFFICE in the Odd Follows Building, up stairs, rooms 1 and 2, Eureka, Nevada. GEO. W. MERRILL, VTTORXKT AT I.AW. DiSTKICT Attorney fur Eureka County, aud Notary Public. Office in the Court House Building. * W. H. DAVENPORT, VTTORIEY AT LAW . OFFICE IX the Masonic Building, up stairs, corner of Main and Clark streets, Eureka, Nev. CRITTENDEN THORNTON. THOS. WREN. WREN & THORNTON, VTTORXEYN AT LAW, MAIN street, Eureka, Nevada. GEO. W. BAKER, 1 TTOHX i;Y AT LAW AX D X'OTA Jr.L ry Public. Office in Pick Hyland’s Brick Building, Bateman street, Eureka, Nevada. C. J. LANSING, VTTOK.XKY AT LAW. OFFICE, over Clark's Store, Eureka, Nevada, cor ner of Main aud (’lark streets. LASPEYRE & BEATTY, A TTORIKYN AID C'OI I8ELOR?» j\_ at Law. Office in Hyland’s Brick Build ing, Bateman street, opposito the Jackson House, Eureka, Nevada. A. B. HUNT, VTTORXEY AID COI I8ELOR at Law, 309 Montgomery street. Rooms 05 and 06, Nevada Block, San Francisco, Cali fornia. PHYSICIANS. DR. JAMES WILLIAMS, PHYSICIAN AND M RGEON. OF* fice at the Jackson Hotel, Eureka. DR. G. H. THOMA, IIHYKICIAN AND SI'RGEON. OF* ftce on Buel street, opposite the Senti nel Office. DR. A. C. BISHOP, PHYSICIAN AND SIKOEON. Office on Main street, opposite Paxton & Do’s Bunk, Eureka. DR. M. RGCKMAN, PHYSICIAN, SI H0i:0 N. AC coueher, Oculist and Aurist. Office un der the American Hotel, Clark street, Eureka, Nev. DR J. R. N. OWEN, PHYSICIAN AND SI'RGEON El roka, Nevada. Office in Clark’s Building, corner of Main and (lark strocis. PROFESSIONAL carps. THOMAS J. READ, CIVIL ENGINEER AND I . S, DEP* uty Miueral Surveyor. Office in Hyland’s Brick Building, on the corner of Bateman and Buel streets, up stairs. W. A. EDWARDS, C1IVIL ENGINEER AND DEPUTY y U. 8. Mineral Surveyor. All orders promptly attended to. Special attention given to under-ground work. C. HAMILTON, D. D. S., T\ENTIST. ROOMS OVEH^g^ JL-J Eureka Opera House, corner o Buel and Bateman streets. I .CLT SOCIETIES. EI REK A LODGE. NO. 10. F. A A. 91. THE STATED COMMUNICATIONS OF Eu reka Lodge, No. 1(>, F. & 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, are cordially invit ed to attend. H. JOHNSON, W. M. W. P. Steichelman, Secretary. BI LLION ENCAMPMENT NO. 10, Holds regular sessions on the First and Third MONDAYS of each month, at 71$ o’clock, p. m., at Odd Fellows’ Building. Sojourning Patriarchs are invited to attend. WM. DOOLIN, C. P. H. B. McKee, Scribe. je-ttf BEATIFIC LODGE, NO. 7, H. OF P., Meets each Friday of every month, at 7:30 o’clock p. ar., at its Castle Hall, in Odd Fellows’ building. All Brother Knights, in good standing, are fraternally invited to at tend such meetings. N. AflCHANDLER, C. C. H. B. McKee, K. of R. and S. ST. JOHN'S CHAPTER, NO. 5. mHE stated convocations OF ST. I John’s Chapter, No. 6, R. A. M., will be held at Masonic Hall, on the second 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. Durlfy, Secretary. WINNEMI CCA TRIBE, No. 8, IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN, MEET every Tue^Iuy Evening:, ut their Wigwam, in M«Horrie Hall, at 8 o’clock. All Chiefs and Brethren are invited to attend. MATTHEW KYLE. Worthy Sachem. C. C. Li\ rsmstbs. Chief ot Records. EI BEKA LODGE. NO. 22,1. O. O. F., Meet at their hall every tuurs day evening at 8 o’clock. Brethren in good standing ore cordially Invited to attend. O. L. BitOY, N. G. M. Calibiiek. Secretary. LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, NO. 121. THE REGULAR MEETINGS of Tms so ciety take place on the first and third Mon days of each month, in Masonic Hall, at 7:30 o’clock, sharp. All brethren in good standing *rc invited to attend. D. MrKINNON, W. M. D. McDonald, Secretary. 9101 NT AIN LODGE NO. 27,1.0.0. F., Meet every Saturday evening at Odd Fellows’ Hall, at 7 o'clock. All members of the order, in good standing, are in vited to attend. II. B. McKEE, N. G. R. M. Beatty, Secretary. UIBCK.MAM THE A. D. H. MEETS EVERY FIRST AND third Saturday evening of each mouth, at the corner of Clark and Monroe street*, until further notice. P. F. SPLAINE, President. I. V. OF. RED ( ROKN. Meet every Wednesday evening at half-past T o'clock J. STRAPS, E. C. IF*. IEi- KC-^iPlvTOlSr, C101XTV CLERK. AXD KX-OFri t cio Clerk of the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District, in and for the County of Eureka. State of Nevada. CONVEYANCING, in all it* branches, cor rectly executed. Acknowledgment*, Affidavit*, etc., taken in any part of town. Office: Front comer room at the Court-bonne. FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET. TWO OB THREE ROOMS, WELL FUU uished, to let on reasonable lenus. For particulars, apply to MRS. WM. PLUMHOF, On Edwards street, opposite J idge Rally * Jeatf A OVERTIME IX THIS ErRKKA Switiwki,, the'bent advertising medium in lauriMa Nevada. HOTELS. TUB JICRSONToTEL is nsro^w- oipeisr, And is the only Fire-proof Hotel in Eastern Nevada. MAIN STREET, EUREKA. rnnE ROOMS are hard finished, el JL agantly furnished and spacious. SINGLE ROOMS OR IN SUITS. GAS IN ALL THE ROOMS. Connected with the Hotel is the Finest Bar-room in the State ! A. JACKSON, Proprietor. Formerly of the Jackson House, at Hamilton, White Pine county. .ieltf WILLIAM GU.LEN. JAMES MC’MARTIN. THE PARKER HOUSE. Main Street, Eureka, Nevada, (< I L L L \ A McX ARTnh PROPRIETORS. rpHE APPOINTMENTS OF THIS HOTEL 1 are first-ciass, the rooms having been en larged and elegantly furnished. BOGIES SINGLE OK IX SPITS. THE 13 -A- 7R, Has a fine reputation, and will be kept up to that st&ndurd. Nothing but the best will be offered. Attached to the premises is a first-class RESTAURANT. The Palisade, Hamilton, Austin, Tybo and Belmont Stages all stop at tbiH House. jeltf TURNER HOUSE. South Main Street!, Eureka. mHIS OLD ESTABLISHED HOTEL HAS X juat been newly refitted throughout, and has a large number of Elegantly Furnished Rooms. Mr. Turner makes a specialty of the RESTAURANT»><l DINING ROOM, Where, under his personal supervision, all the delic ac ies of the season will be served in the most approved manner. Bar and Billiard Room With a fine assortment of Liquors and Cigars, j The Postofflee and the office of Wells, Fargo k Co. arc directly opposite, and carriages run to and from the Depot to meet nil trains. B. J. TURNER, Proprietor. Eureka, July 18, 1877. jy 19tf SILVER BRICK HOTEL. South Main Street, Eureka. M. J. CJKBATY, PROPRIETRESS. « HAYING RECENTLY REPAIRED and generally renovated the entab liahment, 1 am new prepared to ae jUi.JSlcominodate patrons in the best man ner, and ask a share of the public patronage. THE TABLE Is at all times supplied with the best the mar ket affords. T 11 E B A R Is supplied with the choicest of Winss, Liquors and Cigars. Only attentive barkeepers and waiters are employed at this establishment. BOARD, £7 00 per week; Meals, 50 Cents. Liquor* ami Cigars, 12 1-2 Cent*. 9-7T Entire satisfaction is guaranteed to the patrons. jeltf WESTERN HOTEL, Four doors below the International, Main Street, Eureka. rpHIS ESTABLISHMENT, COMPLETE IN A every part, is now open. Board, per week.$.7 OO Single Heals.50 its. T H E B A It Will be stocked at all times with the choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars To be found on the eoust. Depot for Lyon k Co’s celebrated Brewery, San Francisco. Families supplied at their residences with Lyon’s Ale. A share of the public patronage is solicited, jeltf P. S. QUAD), Proprietor. CONSOLIDATED BOARDING-HOUSE. RUBY HILL. Having just fitted and furnished the above house, I am prepared to furnish Meals and Lodgings At the mo*t reasonable rate*. The TABLES are supplied with the very best the market affords, Turkey and Chicken Dinner every Sunday. First-class Cooks employed. THE ROOMS AND REDS Are newly furnished and kept in the best order. Board, per week.$8 00 Meal*.50 cent* Board and Lodging, per week.$0 U0 Lodging*.flO cents MRS. A. WYLIE. Eureka, June 21, 1878. j22-tf INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. North Main Street, Euieka. MRS. AG.MN HALL, Proprietress NEW FURNITURE AND BEDDING ! This establishment has just been thoroughly overhnlued and repaired, and is now most complete in all its appointments, and has Flue Parlors and Bedrooms! »7"The Railroad 'Bub arrives and departs from this house. Eureka, June 1,1878. j*2tf "Weureki hqtelT PALISADE, NEV. W. n. EVAXS. PROPRIETOR. The best accommodations of any establishment on the Gvtrland Line. The appointments are complete it *very par ticular. The tables are supplied with vegeta ble* fresh from the gardens of California. FAROE ABTO AIRY BOOMS. No Liquor* sold in the house. Accommoda tion* r<>r the E. k P. Railroad passenger*, either East or West. jeltf W. S. EVANS. A. D. ROCK, UN. PATENT AVE.TT, WILL TAKE • patent cases and prosecute thnu to suc cess. at a total cost of $G0. jel BILLIARD PARLORS AND SALOONS. THE EL DORADO SALOON. UP STAIRS. JAMES M. KELLOGG, Proprietor. THE FINEST BILLIARD AND CLUB ROOMS IN THE STATE. rr«HE WHOLE ESTABLISHMENT IS EN Jt tirelv new, pud the Billiard Table* are i,f the latest pattern*. The Bar will at all ume* be furbished with the beat of Liquors and Cigars. The comfort and entertainment of patron* will be studied by the Proprietor and attaches. BILLIARDS! rjjellE LARGEST AND FINEST BILLIARD SALOON IN THE STATE. STONE 33XXI3L3DI2ST O. Corner Main and Clark Streets, Eureka. GEO. THACHER AND CLAYJIVWS, PROP'S. THE SAZERAC SALOON. MAIN STREET, EUREKA. SMiTH &. GANAVAN, Proprietors. : Refitted and Refurnished, Making it one of the most attrac tivc placed in Eureka. TEE BILLIARD PARLOR Attached to the SAZERAC ia the finest billiard room in town, containing the newest and most improved tables. SALOONS. THE TIGER SALOON. JOE MENDES, Proprietor. rpiIIS SALOON HAS BEEN FITTED UP JL with a view to comfort, unsurpassed by any similar estardishment in the State. To a stranger it is a perf»< t mystery. Up-stairs or down, turn as you will, you find yourself be fore a 33 33, , Supplied with the choicest brands of ' WINES. LIQUGRS 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 F&LACE SALOON. MAIN STREET, EUREKA. LUTHER CLARK, Propr’r. Has fitted up. in the best style. the above Saloon, where is kept only tl*e Choicest brands of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. IPT* Call and be convinced. THE COURT EXCHANGE. Northeast Cor. of Main and Bateman Streets. EUREKA,NEVADA. "VTONE BUT THE FINEST QUALITIES OF _i>i liquors and the choicest brands of cigars dispensed nt the Bar. Connected with ti e establishment Is a CIjUB BOOM, And a number of woil-fumished card-rooms for private parties. HANK KNIGHT, Proprietor. filATT. KYLE S SALOON. MAIN STREET, EUREKA, Three doors below Straus’ Jewelry Store. Has just received from san tran cisco a large invoice of the finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars. The saloon has just been newly fitted up, and is neat end comfortable. A share of the public patronage is solicited. PURCELL’S SALOON. 11 8 1! Y HILL, NEVADA. I HAVE JUflT RECEIVED FROM SAN Francisco a large stock of fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars! And will offer them for sale at the old stand Know n ns Rrow ii'm Kaloou. 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. myhltf E. R. DODGE, GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT, EUREKA, NEVADA. a<;j:\t ion GIANT POWDER COMPANY fjF Office on Duel Street, opposite the Odd Fellows Hall. JOHN 8UBOUFE. HUGH MC'i RUM, SHROUFE & McCRUM, Successors to J. M. Gocwey & Co., IMPORTERS OF FINE LIQUORS, KENTUCKY WHISKIES, ETC,. 400 and 411 Front bt., Nan Frandseo, • • California. sam'l mock. f. b. beynolds. i. EVANS, AGENT. MORE, REYNOLDS & CO., Importers and Jobbers of WINES AND LIQUORS, 212 California street, San Francisco. •STbole Agents for the Pacific Coast for O.O. Blake’s Bourbon county Whiskies. jel T. J. MAUPIN, VOTARY PI BI.1C—OFFICE. MAIN JJa street, next door to J. Straus* Jewelry tors. jel MISCELLANEOUS._ W. P. HASKELL & CO. VBE NOW SELLING WALL E-A-EEIU FRO.H ONE BIT TO ONE DOLLAB! CARPETS, From two bit* to $1 CO per yard ! Chicago Walnut Chamber Suits, From 175 to CM I In fact, they are selling everything in thetr large atocli of CROCKERY, CUTLERY, LAMPS, PAINTS, OILS, BRUSHES, GLASS, MIRRORS, PICTURE FRAMES, Ac., At Friers nliirSi Defy Competition. Call at their New Store, second door south of Paxton A Co’s Bank, And Be Convinee,! af Thin Fart. Eureka, June 1, 1878. jeltf El'RCUA A\n ( AUHIKMA LUMBER COMPANY. South Main Street, Nevada. NEVADA AXD ( AL1FOK3IA LTJMBE B/, Of all kinds. Redwood, Oregon and Sugar Pine M1XIX44 TI3IIIE15S! B C I L 1) 1 S 4* I. I 31 RER! A complete assortment of Clear and Dressed Lumber, Flooring, Siding, Rustic, and other styles of Siding. Moulding. Laths, Shingles, Doors, Sash and Blinds, etc., always on hand. •^Everything at I lac Lottestl 4'aisti Rates. jel K A 4’. L. CO. Three doors above Paxton’s & Co.’s Dank. 3Xaiit street, Eureka. S. O. HVMPHP.EYS, : : : : : Proprietor. IT WILL IiE MY ENDEAVOR TO ^ keep a I IRST.4 LASS DUt U SPOUL in all its various bran* lies. PERFUMERY. TOILET*ARTICLES, ETC. MR. A. H. WITTE, an experienced druggist, will compound all prescriptions. U>"Pivseriptions compounded at all Lours of the day auu nij;ht. Eureka. June, 1, 187ft. Je2-tf GEORGE A. DA* 13. J • I'. SU5, DAV23 & KEEN, AUCTIONEERS! South Main Street, Eureka. rriHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE ESTABLISHED X themselves in a General Auction Busineei-, And nre prepared to make sales of KF.AL A PIlItSONAL PROPPETY. SALE OF HORSES k \VAGO?:S A SPECIALTY. Regular Sales Every Natunlay. Personshaving any kind of property for sub can send it to our Au dion Rooms. Sales in the country will be promptlr in tended ti>. DAVIS k KEEN. SAN FRANCISCO LODGING HOUSE Main Street, Eureka, Oter Farmer A tes^erN Store. &,jj| THIS ESTABLISHMENT HAS JEST 1:, -j* !iL been refitted with entire New Furniture and Bedding, The Rooms are Large and Airy, and will be Let by the Rny, Week or llontli. J. C. BLASLR, Proprietor. Eureka, June 4, ltW8. jefitf RUBY HILL WATKR WORKS. Capncity of Tauka, 100,000 LLtlioM*. ALL XOW 1'ILL. WATER WILL BE FURNISHED IN ItUBT Hill, in any deni red quantities, at all seasons of the jear, at a uniform rate, and lower than can be furnished from any other source. Water delivered twice daily to private families, miners' cabins, saloons, etc, Tickets, ranging from to 50 cents apiece, will be sold at the Office of the Company, on Ruby Hill. W. B. HARRUB, Proprleti r. jel T. W. PEARSON, Superintendent. NICK MILLION 18 AGAIN AT HIS OLD STAND, NEXT door to Fred. Barnes’ Butcher Shop, where he will ut all times keep on hand the beat of Poultry, Game and Fish! EGGS, OYSTERS ! r « UT , E T c . g7“Versons leaving their orders at tlie *tore, will have them promptly filled and delivered, free of charge. NICK MILLICH. NOTICE. WE, THE UNDERSIGNED BUTCHERS, v f now doing business in Eureka, do here by give notice to the public, that on and after June ‘Jth.all Markets will be aloeed on Bunduya at 12 o’clock m. HALEY k CO., GOLL A MONEY, KITI.ODEKEK A KOBERTI, FRED. BARNEE, FILLIPPO PARONI. CAZAUX A WELLBB. Eureka, June 4, 1878. je5 NOTICE. VLL PARTIES INDEBTED TO THE LATE EDGAR RICKER, deceased, will please call on M. 11. Joseph, at the Golden Rule Htora, and settle the same; and all parties having bills against the deceased will please present them to him for payment. „ A. RICKER. Eureka, June 10,1878. Je20-tf Paper Hanging and Painting. fIXHE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO L do all kinds of Paper Hanging and Paini. ing in the best style and at reasonable pri<-e«. Send orders by postal card through Postofflce. JAMES POMEROY. NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN, THAT I WILL NOT be rpNponslbta for any dvbttf contracted by my wife, Elizabeth Ann Ooz. P. K. < OX. Buby Hill, Nov., Juno 17,1*78. J«l*-lw APPLICATIONS KOI! PATENT. APPLICATION IOK A PATENT riio THK EXGKLSIOR AND CARLO ZENO 1 Mine—No. Ml.—U. H. Laud Offlto. Eureka, Nevada, June 19. 1878. Notice is hereby given, that the Silver West Conn olid a ted Mining Com pany, by its duly authorized agent, Thomas J. Read, whose poatoffle* k-dress is Eureka, Ne vada, has this day hied his application for a patent for fifteen hundred linear feet of the Excelsior and Carlo Zeno mine or vein, bearing silver, with surface ground two hundred feet in width, situate, lying and being in Eureka Mining District, County of Eureka, and State i)f Nevada, and known and designated by the field notes and oflftc ial plat on file in this offit o its lot No. 142. The exterior boundaries of said lot No. 142 being as follows, to wit: Variation lf» S deg. E. Commencing at a poet marked No. 1, U. K. Survey No. 142. whence the flagstnfl In the town of Eureka bears N. 27 deg. 21 min. E., 19,785 feet; Kuby Hill No. 1 beam N. 0 deg. i min. E., 12.W54 feet, and a spruce-pine tree, three fee t in tliaineb r, marked 11. T., standing it the mouth of the Excelsior tunnel, bears 8. 130 deg. 10 min., 805 feet; thence, running first course 8.87 & deg. E., 149 feet, to the western iHiundary of U. 8. Survey No. 115, Huguenot lode, whence post No 2 of said Huguenot sur vey bears H. 2'«j deg. W., 8:17 2-10 feet, 200 feet, to post marked No. 2, E. 8. Hurvcy No. 142; thence. 2d course $. 2^ deg. W., 837 2-10 feet, to southern boundary of said II. 8. Survey No. 115, Huguenot lode, whence post No. 2 of said Huguenot survey bears N. 8.7,‘5 deg. W., 51 feet. 1,079 6-10 feet, to the western boundary of H. 3. Survey No. 82,Fourth of .July lode, whence post No! 4 of said Fourth of July survey bears N. 1«J# deg. E.. 220 9-10 feet, 1,500 feet, to post narked No 3. t\ 8. Survey N". 142; thence, 3d jourse, N. 87 •<. deg. W., 104 8-10 feet, to tlie sresteru boundary of said survey No. 82, ivhence p.>l No. 4 of s-.id survey No. 82 bears S’. lt>*n deg. E., 854 3-10 feet, 200 feet, t - post narked No. 4. I'.H. Survey N<>. 142; and them e, Ith course N. 2deg. E., 1,500 feet, to post No. I. the place of b< ginning. That portion of sur vey No. 82, Fourth of July hale, that conflicts with this survey, Is hereby excluded. Said tract is described as follows, to wit: Begin ning at n point 011 the eastern boundary of said survey No. 82. Fourth of July lode, whence post No. 4. of said survey No. 82 bears N. It'?* leg. E. 220 9-10 feet; theme, running 1st •«>ur-o, 8. 2 '<> d* g W.. 420 5-10 feet, to post No. 2 >f this survey No. 142; thence. 2d course N. 87’* leg. W., 104 8-10 feet, t • western boundary of »ald survey No. 82; and thence, 3d course, N. RES, deg. K., 433 4-10 feet, to the place of be ginning. containing 51-100 acres. That portion said survey No. lift, Hugut m»t lode, Hint con flirts with this survey is hereby excluded. Said tract is bounded as follows: Beginning at post No. 2 of said survey No. 115, Huguenot lode, and running them e. 1st course, N. 2H deg. E . K37 2-10 feel; thence, 2d course, H. 87 \ deg. E., post No. 2 of this survey No. 142; thence, 3d course 8. 2% deg. W.. 837 2-10 feet; and them o, 4th course, N. s7 '<• deg. W., 51 feet, t » post No. 1, the place of beginning, contain ing 98-100 acres. These tracts being excluded, leaves remaining in this survey 5 40-109 acres. This claim is bounded on the east by the Hu guenot ami Fourth of July mines, and on the west by the May Day Queen mine. The loca tn n of this mine is duly recorded in the Re corder's Office of Eureka District, on pages 89 and 178, in Book D of the Mining Records of said District. Any and nil persons claiming adversely any portion of said Excelsior ami Carlo Zt iio mines, or said mining ground as hereinbefore described, are required to file their adverse claim with tin* Register of the l ulled Stub s Land Office, at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the sixty days’ period of publication hereof, or they will be barred | by virtue of the provisions of she statute. Je20-C0d D. 11. IMMEL, Register. AATIO\ ron A PATENT fpo THE MAY DAY QIEEN MINE—No. 432. I l . 8. Land Office, Kun ka, Ncv., June 10, 1878. Notice i> hereby given that the Silver West Consul)Anted Mining Company, by its duly authorized age nt, Thomas J. Reed, win se pofet iifit <• address is Eureka. Nevada, has this day filed his application for a patent f< r eight hundred (300) linear feci of th»* May Day Quo* n mine or vein, bearing silver, with surface ground two hundred (200) ft-et in width, situate, lying and b»-mg iu Eureka Mining District, county of Eureka, and State of Nevada, and known and designated by the field ml* and official plat on file in tills office as lot No. 144. The exterior boundaries of said lot No, 144 being as follows, to wit: Variation 15 deg. east. Commencing at a p» >t :mr'd No, 1 IT. 8. Survey No. 144, whence tiie li;.,. I.iff in the town of Eureka b« nrs N. *if d< ;. 28 min. E.. 20,170 ftet; Ruby Hill No. ! bin rs N-0 cleg. t» min. E., 13,181 ie.ct; a . r ruce-pine tree, three fet-t in diameter, marked R. T . standing at the mouth of the Excelsior tunnel bears 8. 41 deg. | E., < 07 feet-, th-nco, robbing fir~t »ourse 8. >7 '. ; deg. E.. 200 feei.ro pest marked No. 2, 17. H. | Survey No. 144. This post st*m> on the wed- j ern b- u!:d:<ry of E. H. Survey No. 142, fcv '«M- r and C-irlo Zeno lode, wheuee- je.,-1 No 1 of said Huguenot survey bears N. 2.*4 deg. K„ 3.15 f- . t. Thence, 2d e .-une 8. 2d» u W., ftfjO fact, along the western boundary i t *• id survey No. 142, to post marked No. 3, E. 8. Survey No Iti; thence, 3d course, N. H7'* deg. \V.. 2(ie) feet t » post marked No. 4. E. 8. Survey No. 114; and thence, 4th coiirf N. 2\ e!«g. E.. HU0 feet, h i oat No. 1, the place < f t'-ginning. containing 3 ti7-E)0 seres. This claim is bounded on the c n -1 i-y tiie. Excelsior and Carlo Zeno mines, and on the W'-st. by the Gan Light mine. The 1 '.cation of this mine Is duly recorded In the Roe* rdcr’s <-file® of Eureka Mining DR trie t, e u page 7!, in Book D, of the Mining Records «.f *uid District. Any and all per-'ns claiming adve rsely any north r. c f Raid May Day Qu* ‘ ii mine, or said mining ground, ss herein before (lc»« ribr d. an- required io file their ad verse claim with tiie Register of the Enited St te s Land Old- e at Eureka, in the Ht..t'- « f Nevada, during the sixty days’ period of pub li* ution h«reof. or the y will be barred by vir tu- of the provision* <>f the statute. je2d-!J0d D. B. IMMEb, Register. APH.R ATIOX ! OU A PATENT mo Tin: gas light mine no. 4 5—1. s. I lend Office. Ev.r'kii, Nevada, June 13, l«7d. Notice is hereby given, that the Silv. r West C'onaolidah d M;ning (' mpauy, by its duly authorized ng< nt. Thomas J. R^ud, whose poai -lfie-c address is Eureka. Nevada, has this day filed his spplkiioii fer a patent f<-r six hundred (MX)) line: r feet of the Gas Li^bt mine or vein, boa ring ’Ivtr. with surface ground one hundred and thirty (130) f*-'t in width, s»t uhle, lying and being in Eureka Mining I)la trict, County of Eureka ami State < f Nevada, and known and designate d by the fie ld not«s and ofii-. lal pint *11 file in Gils office* a* Led No. 145. The exterior boundaries of said lot No. 145 be ing ns followa. to wit: Variation HI ^ deg. east. E >mnicm-jng at afu*st marked Ne>. I. 17 8. Survey No. 147, when < t‘«* flagstaff in the town of Eureka bears N. 2'7 deg. 52 ruin. E.. 20,176 fe < t . l?nby Hill Ne». 1 bears N. 1 deg. 31 min. E., 13,129 feet. A sprime-pJiie tree, ti.r e feet in din meter, run iked IE T . standing nt the mouth < f the Excelsior tunnel, bears s. 4.7 deg. 13 min. E., 7 M feet. Mol the ru**nth <-f the G, * Light tunnel be. r S. lv V deg. K.,311 fret Then e mmim ' r t «.uiei 8. 87 ^ deg. K., 139 i'« tt, to post marked No. 2. 17. 8. Survey No. 145; thence, 2d * our*( s. 27. deg. VV.. 6*1 feet. to pout No. I, of E. K. Survey Ne». 144, May Day Queen lode. MW) feet, to post marked N". 3, E. 8. Survey No. 145; them e, 3d course N. H7 ^ deg. W.. 13U feet, to post marked No. 4 E. H. Survey No. 11.7; and thence 4th course, N. 2 \ deg. E.. (WSO feet, to post No. 1. the place of be ginning: containing l 79-100 acres. This claim is bounded on the east by the May Day Queen 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 I), of the Mining Records of said District. Any ami nil person;* e-laiming adversely any portion of mi el Gas Light mine, or s*;i<l minim? ground «s hereinbefore described, are required to file their adverse claim with the Register of the Enited Stabs Land Office, at Eureka, iu the State of Nevada, during the sixty days' period of publication hereof, «»r they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. je20-f.0d D. IE IMMEL, Register. APPLICATION rOB A PATENT rilO THE POBTER MILL BITE.—No. 426. 1 U. B. Land Office, Eureka, Nev., April 2», 1878.—Notice is hereby given that the K K Cur., solidated Mining Company, whose pontoffice address Is Ban Francisco. California, has this dr.y tiled its application for a patent for five ac res of surface ground, situate, lying and being iu Eureka Mining District, county of Eureka, and Ht.nic of Nevada, and known and designated by tin* field notes and official plat on file in this office, as Lot Number 138. The exterior boundaries of said lot No. 138, being as follows, to wit : Variation 16H deg. oust. Commencing st a post on the northwestern boundary of U. B. Survey No. 86, Porter lode, the same being post No. 1 of U. H. Survey No. 137, Carson mill-site ; whence Ruby Hill No. 1 bears B 78 deg. 3i> min. W,, '2,408 feet ; the Law ton uliaft of the Eureka Consolidated Mining Company brers 8., 62 deg. 38 min. W., 1,664 feet ; and the flagstaff iu the town of Eureka bears N. 67 deg. 38 min. E., 7,864 feet : thence running 1st course N. 22 (leg. W., 600 feet, to postmarked No. 2, U. 8. Survey No. 138, the same being post No. 4 of suid U. B. Survey No. 137 ; thence 2d course N., 64 deg. E., 374 feet to post marked No. 3 U. 8. Survey No. 138; thence third course S. 22 deg. K., I3J0 feet, to poat marked No. 4 V. 8. Survey No. 138; and th* nee 4tli course, H., 64 deg. W., 325 feet to post No. 2 of said U. H. Survey, No. 86, Porter Lode, 374 feet, to post No. 1, the place of beginuiug, con taining five acres. The location of this mill site is duly recorded in the Recorder's office of Eureka Mining District, on page 160, in bookF, of the Miulng Records of said District. Any ami all persons claiming adversely nuy portion of said Port* r Mil 1-site, or said ground ashere inbefore described, are required to file their adverse claim with the Register of the United States Land Office at Eureka, in the Btatc of Nevada, during the sixty days period of publi cation hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. apHQ-tiUdIX B. 1MMKL, Register. FOUND. V MEMORANDUM BOOK. CONTAINING memoramluma iimt a note for f 47. The owner ran have th# aim# by Tallinn at thla of #c« ami paying for thia adTer*a»tofDt.' APPLICATIONS FOR PATENT. APPLICATION FOR A PATENT mo TIIE SURPLUS MILL SITE.—No. 428. JL United States Land Office, Eureka. N©I vada, April 29, 1878. Notice la hereby given that the K K Consolidated Mining company' whose Postofflee address is San Francisco, Cali! foruia, lias thin day filed its application for a patent for five acres of ground, fur the Surplus Mill-site, situate, lying and being in Eureka Mining District, County of Eureka, and State of Nevada, and known and designated by the field notes and official plat on file in this office as lot No. 141. The exterior boundaries of said Lot No. 141 being as follows, to wit: Variation 16J4 cleg east. Commencing at a post marked No. 1. U. S. Survey No. 141. the same being post No. 5 of U. S Survey No. 85, Surplus lode whence. Ruby Hill No. 1 bears N. 83deg. 4* min! W. 1,549 feet; the flagstaff in the town of Kn. reka bears N. 57 deg. 10 min. E., 8,986 feet; and the Lawton shaft of the Eureka Coift Mining Company bears 8., 71 deg. 3 min. W., 657 feet thence running 1st course N. 36 deg. W., 200 ft! to post No. 4 of said U. 8. Survey No. 85, 203 feet, post on the southern boundary of Sur. vey No. 57 Calloway lode, marked No. 2, U. 8. Survey No. 141; thence 2d course N., 70 deg. e., 410 1-10 feet, to Iron pin in road at 8. E. corner of said survey No.57; thence, 3d course N.,20 deg. W., 200 foot to post marked No. 4, U. 8. Survey No. 141, the same being post No. 1 of said Survey No. 67; thence, 4th course, N., 20 dog. 47 min. E.. 530 1-10 feet, to post on the western boundary of Survey No. 137, Carson mill-site, marked No. 5 IT. S. Survey No. 141; thence, 6th course, S. 22 dog. E. 590 feet, to post mark'd No. 0 U. Survey No. 141, the same being post No. 2 of said Surv» y No. 137; and theuce, cth course, H. 64 deg. W., 750 feet, to post No. 1, the plate of beginning, containing five acres, The location of this mine is duly recorded in the Recorder's office of Eureka Mining District, on page 100, in book F, of the Mining Records of said District. Any ami all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Surplus Mlll sitc or said ground as hereinbefore described, are required to fib* their adverse claim with the Register of the United States Land Offlcs, at Eur* ka. in the State of Nevada, during the sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will" be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. ap30-COd D. B. IMMEL, Register. APPLICATION FOR A PATENT mo THE BROWN MILL SITE.—NO. 426.— L U. H. Land Office, Eureka, Nevada, April 29, 1878.—Notice is hereby given thst the K K C< naolidated Mining Company, whose Post office address is San Francisco, California, has this day filed its application for a patent for five acres of ground, for the brown Mill-site, situate, lying and being in Eureka Mining Dis triit. county of Eureka, and State of Nevada, and known and designated by the field notes and official plat on file in this office •» Lot No. 139. The < xt* rior boundaries of said Lot No. 139 being as follows, to-wit: Variation 16J* deg. E. Commencing at a post marked No. 1, U. 8. Survey No. 139. This post stands on the north western boundary of U. H. Survey No. 138, Porter Mill-site; whence Ruby H1U No. 1 bears S. €3 deg. 33 min. W., 2,769 feet- the Lawton shaft of the Eureka Consolidated Mining Com pany bears H. 42 deg. 48 min. W., 2.188 Let; the fli.gi.taff in toe town of Eureka bears N. 62 deg. 19 min. E., 7,4t»7 feet, and post No. 1 of U. 8. Survey No. H7, Brown lock*, bears S. 31 deg. 44 min. W., 2,065 feet ; thence, running 1st course S. .64 deg. W., 314 feet, to post No. 2 of said Survey No. 138, Potter mill-site, end post No. 4 of Survey No. 137, Carson mill-site, 514 feet, to post marled No. 2, V. Survey No. 199; theuce. 2d course, N. 18 deg. W.. 131 feet, to post marked N.». 3, U. H. Survey No. 139; tin n- * . Hd course. N. 30 deg K. 423 feet, to post marked No. 4. t H. Survey No. 139; and thence, 4th course, S. 35 d* g. 27 nun. E., 561 9-10 feet, to post No. I. the place « f beginning, contain ing five acres. Th» location of this mill-site Is duly re< filled in the Recorder’s office of Eu reka Mining District, on page 210, in Book F, of the M.iiiug Records of *sid district. Any and nil per-, ns claiming adversely any pot Ron of said Brown Mill-site ground as herern before doacrib'-Ki, arc required to file their nd v r « claim with t) «• Register of the United Si.-D* Land Ofti* <•. at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the sixty days period of pttb Bcatiou hereof, or they will U* barred by virtue *.f the provision* of the statute. ap30-*4kl D. b. IMMEL, Register. AI'PLH ATIOX i'Oit A PATENT f|70 THE <'ARSON MILL HITE.—NO. 424 — | Culled Si.it.-* Land Office. Eureka, Na vada. April 29. H.V Notice fa hereby given that the K I. Coi.x* d Mining Company, v. i. address i* Han Fraoeleco, Cal. in mi*, hr- Ifiis day filed it* application for a pc ten I r r five r< a f« r nini 11-site, a.tnate, lj mg tun! being in the Eureka Mining Di*trirt, < < unty of Eut ka, end ht t< «*f Nevada. and ’.' •■wm and <i* x nated by the nth! note* atid official plat on hie in this t f*.l» c a* !/it No. 137. The ext' rior boumluri<* t.f said Lot No. 1ST being n* follow*, to wit- Variation KH deg. E. CVxuiiiencif'H at a pout worked No. 1. V. H. Mur vt j N<». ITT; tin* poet ntm.d* on the north wext. rn boundary of I S. Survey No. HB, Por ter louc; w Jieuca j««*t No. 2, of l'. 8. Survey No. <>H. Caraon lotlc. be«ra 8., .14 deg. W., 1,4.11 fi et; Ruby Hill N«*. i V>«ar» H., 7rt deg. Z9 uiu» W . 2,4'Jrt 11 * t; the L-intou *haft of thefu r**k < C« i ©oli&ated Mining Company Kara S., V.) deg. : mm. v.’,, i/.'il f.:» t and the flng.atxff in the f v i! > , J- ireka bear* N., 67 deg. 8s rain. I ., 7.HC4 fett; theme rtinulm;, 1ft cour®« K„, rl deg. W. 37 4 feet, sk-Xlg the north Western bonne, ry of said Survey No. 96, to poat i ak« i N 2, l . S Survey No. 117- thane®, M < »irf ♦ N.. 22 de#. W.. MU'feet. to pc*1 nt*rk«*l N *. 3, l S Survey No. 137; thence, ad emir**, N. 54 dt E . 374 ft»t. to post xnnrked No. 4. P. 8. Survey No. 1J7; ami then *\ 4f?j course, 8. 23 di g. L . tf*J fi 11. t*> \ out No. I. the place of be gtF.ning. retaining fiv» s« r*s. The location of thia lull c ia d.itly rtcord'd in the Recorder’* Office cf Eureka M min# District, <’Q pog® 1W, in lU.‘ k F, i f the Mining Record* of Eureka Dlstriit. Any rod all p*r ■ n* claiming ad versely any p< rtion « f said Canon mill-alfe, or said rivui. l i.h hereinbefore described, ara re quired to file their atherv. claim with the Reg I* t- r of the l nited State* Laud Office, at Eu r* ka, in the Mute of ki> vadi*. during the sixty dajs ptriml of publication hereof, or they will be bit red by virtu© of the provision# of tb® statute. apW-UJ.l D. B. iMMEL, Register. APPLICATION roil A PATENT rnO THE I I, DORADO MINE.—NO. 427.— I l nited 8Ut<* Land Office, Eureka. Net., April 29, 1M7M.— Noth e 1» b.ercby given, that P. O. 1 iiield and Win J. Malloy, whoa© poatoffic© i ddrcii* lx Eureka, Nevada, bav© thi* day filed # their application fi r a patent for 1,500 linear feet of tin El Dorado mine « r vein, bearing ©liver, with surf© * ground 2b0 fee t in wridth, x.tuHte, lying and King in Eureka Mining Dla trb t • ufity of Eureka, and State of Nevada, and known aud deal gnu ted by the field note* F.ud offlitl plat on file In thia office aa Lot No. I4<». The exterior boundaries of said lot No. 140 being mm follows, to wit: Variation IBM deg. i.ixt. ( mtucu lug at a po«t marked No. 1, lJ. ‘L Survey No. 140, whence poet No. 1, II. 8. Bur vt-y No. 11H, Magnet IcKle, bears N. 56 deg. 81 min. fc., fl2 feet; Ruby Hill No. I bear* N., 8 deg. 18 min. \V.t 7.06. feet; tbc? rtagxtr.U' In th© town of Eureka boar* N., 81 deg. 62 min. E., i4.783 feet; and the El Dorado shaft bears 8., 20 df*£. 30 min. E„ k89 feet; thence, running 1st course s., 00 deg. F., 1,'00 feet, to post marked No. 2. l\ H. Survey No. 140; theiie®, 2d course H., 69li deg. W , 200 fi t t, to post marked No. 3, l’. 8. Survey No. 140; theme, 3d course. N., 80h deg. W.. 1,600 feet, to poat marked No. 4, ( 8. Survey No. 140. and thene® 41 h course, N. 59M deg. E., 200 feet, to post No. ], the place of beginning, containing 6 aud 89-100 sen*. Thi* claim is bounded on the north by the Magnet mine, and on the east by tin Pioneer mine. The location of this min® in duly recorded in th© Recorder * Office of Eu reka Mining District, on page 1*29. in Book F, of ttio Mining Records of *aid District. Any Miid *il persona claiming adversely any portion of ©aid El D< rado mine or *ald mining ground, a* hereinbefore described, are required to file their adverse eloiiu with the Register of th# ( nited Hi tit n Land Office, at Eureka, in th® Shite of Nevada, diiriug the sixty days peri«d of publication hereof, or they will b® barred by virtue of the provisions of th* statute. ap3C-b0d D. B. IMMEL, llegiatar. APPLICATION roil A PATENT mO THE PHENIX MILL RITE—No. 430. XL A 8. Land Office, Eureka, Nevada, May 20th. 1«7R.—Notice iw hereby given, that the PUenix Silver Mining Company, whose postofflce ad dress is Han Francisco, California, has this day filed Its application for n patent for five acres of surface ground, for a mill-site, situate, lying and lieingiu the Eureka Mining District,county of Eureka, and State of Nevada, and known and designated by the field notes and official plat on file In this office hh lot No. 143. Tbs exterior boundaries of said lot 143 being fol lows. to.wit: Variation, 10X deg. ea*t. Com mencing at a post marked No. 1, V. 8. aurvey No. 143, the same being post No. t, V. 8. survey No. U«. Adams and Farrsn and Dwn hide; whence the flagstaff in the town of Eureka bears N. 53 deg. 13 min. K., 0,008 feet; Ilnby Hill No. 1 bears N.02 deg. ll min. W.. 1,867 f set; the Lawton shaft of the Eorcka Consolidated Mining Company bears N. 60 deg. 37 min. W ., HI4 K-10 foot; and the Phcnlx shaft bears 8. 13 deg. E.,082 feet; tli< ne,e. running 1st course N* 55 deg. 47 min. K., 020 5 10 feet, to post marked No. 0. U. 8. survey No. 143; thence, 2d courts 8. 27 X deg. W., 800 feet. to post marked No. 8, U. 8. survey No. 143. This post stands on ths northern boundary of IJ. 8. survey No. 07, Wil son lode. Thence, 3d course 8., WX deg. W., 63 feet, to post marked No. 4, ll. 8. survey Ns 143, the same being post No. 4 of said survey No. 07; thence, 4tli course 8., 57 deg. W'., lw feet, to post marked No. 6, IT. 8. survey No. 143; and thence, 6th course N.,88 deg. 30 min. W aw 0-10 feet, to post No. 1, the place of begin ning. containing five acres. The location or thin mill-site Is duly recorded in the Recorder* Office of Eureka Mining District, on page in Book F, of the Mining Record* of said Dis trict. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Pheuix Mill-site, or sain ground as hereinbefore described, are repuirea to file their adverse claim withe Register of the United Slates Land Office at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the aixty dava' pertofl of publication hereof, or they will m barreo by virtue of the provlaions of the statute. ir.y21-60d D. B. 1MMKL, Beglatcr.