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Eureka Hails Sentinel.
FAMILY groceries. HIRAM JOHNSON, imoiM.lt and Retail Dealer In STAPLE AMD PAMCT GROCERIES —urn— PROVISIONS! Chicago Hams and Breakfast Bacon, Sugar cured, al way* on hand. NEW BUILDING-OLD STAND, Main street, Notth of Clark, Soreka, Nevada. myStf Family Grocery AND VB -E T A BLE STORt. I. L GREGOVICH, ■WTEXT TO THE PEOPLK’8 MARKET, WILL JrI keep conetantljr on h.od all klnda of Vegetables, Fruit, Flah, Eggs and Poultry, and In fact, everything generally found in a flit-class family market. F K, E S H Frail, Vegetal & PMice STOR11 l BOOB BOBTH OF ODO FELLOWS’ lUILDWB'** If WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM MY L friends and the public in general, that I ave again opened a FAMILY OROCEBY, and will receive, on every train, fresh and nice goods—such as fruits, vegetables, eggs, butter and poultry, of whicL I shall make a specialty. Thankful for past farors, and by a strict attorn* Mon to delivering orders In anv part of town or vicinity, I hope to merit and receive a share of public patronage. BERNARD BERG. Eureka. March IT. 18U0. mrlfl tf MISCELLANEOUS. COAL OIL! Safety Astral —OB WAT E R WHITE. 150 TEST COAL OIL. AT M-7* PEE SADLER & CO’S. Sunk., Umrcb 1,1880. mr» tf EUREKA AND PALISADE R,_A_I X. JRO-AID NEW ABBAN6EMENTSI On and after December 99,1879, A. FAST TRAIN WILL BOM FOB Puseaien, Halls, and Express ONLY. AND WILL Lease Eureka dally at.IDO A. a. Anise at Palisade at.8D0 a. a. Making eonnectlen with Em* aad West Bound Trains of the Central Fnelfle Hall road. BETUBNINO 1 Lease Palisade dells at...S M r. M. Anise at Bureka at.8:30 r. M Freight and Accommodation Tralnt Leasee Eureka dally at.8 DO a .a. Arrises at Palisade at.8 DO r. a. Leases Palisade dally at.6 DO a. a. Arrives at Eureka at.5At r. a. THE COMPANY WILL DELIYEB FBEIOHT AT HAHILTOJI, WARD, PIOCBE, TYRO, BBLHOMT, And all points south, by Its teams, with oars and dispatch, aad at the lowest rates. F. EVEBTM. Owner.! lup't. Eureka. December 38.1878. EUEKA, HAMILTON AND PIOCHE STAGERS LINEI SILKIER dfc SALISBURY, Fnpfi. Connecting with the eureka and Palisade Railroad. Lmth Eureka fur HAMILTON, WARD end PIOCHE, Every morning, at T o’clock. Leave* Plocbe (or Ward, Hamilton aad Eureka avery day, at T o'clock a. at. Carrying C. 8. Mali aad Walla, Fargo A Oo’a Expreae. Fine American koraaa aad new Concord eoacfcoo. OBaa at tba FoatoMca. mil L. I. RUTH, Eeprataatlag GEORGE A. LOWE, Salt Lata City, Utah. dealer nt F. SdutUer’i ducap Tapu! 2UCXETE REAPERS AND MOWERS, •weepetekre Tbreehera, Purat A Bradlay «. Baity aad aumn* Plows. Bouta Bead can led plows. Buckeye Grain Drllla. Bulky Bay Buka*. Bay Presses, Feed Cutter, and all kinds latest I u. peered AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, ME.nftL.KBH t MUU WOU 4 WAGON BATEIIAL Baraka, PePveary 1. IBB.feMtt f KdiAL BLAB MB, or ALL MIC wWmmb Qwwmm* _ GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. _ R. SADLER & CO. North Main Street, EUREKA, - - NEVADA. -DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE! GROCERIES, and PROVISION S ! --o BOOTS and. SHOES. --o HARDWARE and TINWARE ! -o A FULL LINE •f the LATEST STYLES of WALL PAPER AOENTS i-’OJEH. FOREIGN and HOME INSDRANCE COMPANIES! -Also, Areata for the CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS, -and HERCULES BLASTING AND SPORTING POWDER I *9~Uood. delivered to all parta or town, free of charge. K. SADLER & CO. Baraka, January 14, IMP. jmistf JEWELBY, WATCHES, ETC. THE OLDEST ! —and The Leading 1 JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT Eastern Nevada. P. STELER, Watchmaker, MANUFACTURING JEWELER DIAMOND-SETTER! Mala street. Karelia. Her.. Has just received and keeps con. •tautly ou hind • new tnd well (elected •tack of the leteet pattern. of FINE JEWELB-S ' DIAMONDS. Gold and Silver Watcher, Gold Chains, very fine jewelry, all'll solid gold, of all kinda; aolid ailvar plated ware, and CLOCKL&, Of every description ; all of gp which he guarantees to be of the Jfk best quality.and warranted aa ril represented aud which he offers ig# to aell at 26 per cent, less than any other house in Eastern Nevada. Also, a good assortment of Pebble, Concave and Convex 8PkCTACLK8 and EYE-GLASSES. Please call and examine my magnificent stock of goods before purchasing elsewhere. No trouble to show goods. Prices to suit the times, gpeeial atteatlon paid Mae Watrhwork. Pine Watches and Clocks repaired, cleaned and warranted for one year. New jewelry made to order and repaired. All orders from the country promptly attended to. P. gfkLRK. Eureka, April 20,1880. mayl tf --- ED. WILHELM, CHRONOMETER WITCH 1ND CLOCK MAKER, Jeweler and Optician, Keeps constantly on hand a well selected stock of AnUlus WATCHES, ML CLOCKS! JL *4 jewelry£* —AND— OPTICAL GOODS! —AMD— mr Uw rrltM Mid strictly HosmI SmIIs, will mmtk* bis m> Iskluhsissl the MsIms «M ObsIssm sf ■srsks, TWERTY YE*r£ EXPERIENCE. tST Twenty years’ experience in the very lint chronometer, watch and cluck making eeteb liehmenta _>f Dresden. Paris, London. Hbaughai. Yokohama and San Pranciaco. a complete set of machinery necessary for the manufacture end repair of ell kinds of time-keeping instru ment*, combined with the fact that X refund ' any money if I em should fail to give entire satisfaction, will be a fair guarantee that none bnt Aret-dase work will leave my bands. EDW. WILHELM. Eureka, February 10.1880. fll-tf. at »sls«s< yrlsss DR. SPINNEY A CO., No. 11 Kearny Street, f|!»EAT ALL CHBONIO AND SPECIAL I J Diseases. toxjno iwiBnsr Who may be suffering from the effects of youth ful follies or indiscretions will do well to avail them selves of this, the greatest boon ever laid at the feet of suffering humanity. Dr. Spin ney will guarantee to forfeit five hundred dol lars for every case of weakness or private dis ease of any kind or character which he under takes and rails to cure. MIDDLE-AGED MEN. There are manv at the age of thirty to sixty who are troubled with too frequeui evacuation of the bladder, often accompanied by a alight smarting or burning sensation, and a weaken ing of the system in a manner the patient can not account for. On examining the urinary deposits a ropy sediment will often be found, and sometimes small particles of albumen will appear, or the color will be of a thin mllklsh hue, again changing to a dark and torpid ap pearance. There are many men who die of this difficulty. Ignorant of the cauae, which la the second stage of seminal weakness. Dr. 8. will guarantee a perfect cure In all such casss, and a healthy restoration of the genlto-urinary organa. Office Hours—10 to 4 and 0 to 8. Sundays from 10 to 11 a. u. Consultation free. Thor ough examination and advice, $6. Call or address DR. SPINNEY A CO., No. 11 Kearny 8t., San Francisco. CHINE8E_CURE8! OR. MEN LEE, The Celebrated Chinese Physician, 18 PREPARED TO TREAT PATIENTS IN the most scientific manner. Hs has made medicine hia lifetime study, and cures almost every disease. He cures rheumatism in s short Urns. Hs hse new remedies for all SPECIAL DISEASES, and can curs them very quickly. His medietas* are all given hot. He uses no oold remedies. He has made a number of astonishing cures, and all persona ailing abould at once comsult him. Chronic diseases yield readily to hie remedies, and cures where many others have failed. NOTICE—I am a graduate of the medloal School of Canton. OFFICE—Bad Building, west aide of Monroe street. jal tf wRITINGJIMOOl. Those desiring to receive instruc tion In Plain and Ornamental Penmanship, will please call at the School house on Tuesday, Thursday and Ha turd ay evenings, st T o'clock, and on Baby Hill, Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings at 1 o'clock • or at the residence of <j. T. Benjamin et any time, whera specimens may be seen. a2tf D. L. BENJAMIN. Teacher. notice! Having sold~all" my stock and bnalneaa to Charles Ferrari a I wish all persona indebted to ms to make payment in thirty days, as 1 am compelled to cloee np my business immediately. By attending to this notice thoee indebted will save coats. _ ANTONI FERRAR18. Eureka, May 1,1880. may? tf DR. CHIN CAM, The celebrated Chinese physician would uuouuoo to tho pooplo of tonka lhat h. trooto ouooooofullr oil dloooooo to which tho Sooh lo Itotr. Ubruule Dior, no on of nil klaoU plaid *• lila a«partar ahlll. Chonaa Krooouohla. WOoa bo cosoaltod ol tho otoro of Wise OhBBc, Hooruo otroot. Xurako. 8opt. 1«, 1ST*. olT-tf FOB ^E33STO?. PBsi storbi Now Occupied by Sam Prittimu, OPPOSITE PAXTON k 00/0 BANE, WILL bo for root by tho PI rot of Map. 1b- 1 iBiroor THOMAS MUSeHY. SBroha. April W. 11X0. otttf -- ..■■■ f DUCKS AND CEE8E. A BOOT m POUNDS OP DUCE AND i G - ee* Feathers for aele cheap, la quae- • ity to suit thei purchases. If applied anou. Ad D. DoBKBBABBI <* CO.. BaoniuatB dtp. Cal. mjU Im* | DELINQUENTS. Delinquent Sale Notice. Albion consolidated mining comp a ny Location of principal place of busi ness, 8an Francisco, California. Location of works. Eureka District. Nevada. Notice.—There Is delinquent npon the fol lowing described stock, on account of assess ment (No. 2) levied on the 21st day of April, , IBM), (he several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as fol lows : Albion Consolidated Minin**Com pmn J. No. No. Names. Certs. Shares. Ain't. Atkinson k Co Thos T i rusteee. 636 ICO $ 20 00 Brooks 8 H Trustee. 3*3 60 1»» 00 Bay ley Q B. trustee . 666 100 20 0C Bay ley G B. trustee . 8*3 800 60 00 Bates D C trustee. 7*2 25 5 00 Bates i C trustee. *80 100 20 On Cope k Davis trusters_65* 50 10 00 Crandall W G. trustee . . . ■ 99 500 100 00 Crandall W G, trustee .... 345 60 10 0o CisudaU W Q, trustee .... 464 100 20 00 Crandall W G. trustee .... 465 100 20 0U Crandall W G. trustee .... 761 100 20 00 Crandall W o, trustee.... 763 50 10 Oo Crandall W G, trustee .... *63 50 10 0G Craudall W G. trustee . . . . 864 50 10 00 » lute A Loveland, trustees 459 100 20 00 Clute k Loveland, trustees 7*5 1U0 20 00 Cahill k Co B. tru-tees.. . . 843 10 2 00 Chishidm D B, trustee ... 374 100 20 0# Chip holm D B, trustee ... 429 100 20 00 Chisholm D B, trustee ... 432 100 20 00 Cnishoim 1) B, trustee . • • 436 50 10 0u Chisholm D B, trustee .. • 449 60 10 00 Chisholm D B, trustee ... 458 100 20 00 Chisholm D B, trustee .. ■ 629 60 10 00 Chisholm D B, trustee ... 5 <2 60 10 00 Chisholm D B, trustee... &J3 60 10 00 ChUholiu D B, trustee ... 636 60 10 00 Chisholm D B, trustee ... 611 60 10 00 Chisholm D B. trustee ... 619 100 20 00 Chisholm 1> B, trustee ... *28 20 4 00 Chisholm D B, trustee ... 912 25 5 00 Chisholm D B. trustee ... 813 25 • 00 Freeborn k Co, trustees... 396 100 20 00 Freeborn k Co, trustees... 476 200 40 00 Freeborn k Co. trustees... 4*7 100 20 00 Freeborn k Co, trustees... 602 100 20 00 Freeborn k Co, trustees... 607 100 20 00 freeborn & Co, trustees... 310 50 10 00 Freeborn & Co, trustees... 8J8 100 20 00 Fsy F S. trustee.720 100 20 00 Gurnett k do AG, trustees 280 100 20 00 tiilion J, trustee.355 50 10 00 Greenbaum k Co L, trus .. 527 200 40 00 Hawks h D. trustee. 145 100 20 00 Hawks H D. trustee. 360 600 100 00 Hawks H D, trustee. 736 60 10 00 Hawks H D. trustee. 782 50 10 00 Hawks H D, trustee. 784 200 40 00 Hersberg 1, trustee. 387 100 20 00 Havens k Co, trustees. 140 100 20 00 Havens k Co, trustees. 749 250 60 00 Havens k Co, trustees. 750 250 50 00 Jackson M A. trustee. 705 150 30 00 E M Kemp, trustee. 150 100 20 00 ILenuey k l»yer, trustees. 645 100 20 00 Klewisch J O, trustee. 727 50 10 00 Locke Wm L, trustee_3.»0 600 100 00 Levinson W A, trustee.... 6i6 50 10 00 Muller W J, trustee. 582 100 20 00 Muller W J, trustee. 906 200 40 00 Muller W J. trustee. 908 100 20 00 Mantel M, trustee. 868 30 6 00 Neal ICoUb, trustees... 799 100 20 00 Kcuntreek Langiaud.trus .. A'V ** Rountree A Langland,trua teea. 819 50 10 00 Richardaou E A. truatee .. 370 200 40 00 Root Geo B, Lluatee. 706 100 20 Oo R.«t Geo B. truatee. 709 100 20 00 Sh.berJA. 151 100 20 00 Bhotwell J M, truatee. 675 100 20 00 bhotwell J M, truatee. 702 100 20 00 Bhotwell J M, truatee. 7*7 100 20 00 8cett A Co H H, truateea.. 359 50 10 OO Scott A Co H H. truateea.. 529 100 20 00 Scott A CO H 11, truateea.. 559 50 10 00 Sett A Co H U. truateea.. 623 25 5 OO Stein Nat, truatee. 17 40 8 00 stein Nat, truatee. 163 100 20 00 Verdenal D F, truatee. 31 500 100 00 Verdenal D F, truatee. 36 500 100 00 Verdenal D F, truatee. 47 500 100 00 Verdenal D F, truatee. 48 100 . 20 00 Verdenal D F. truatee. 59 600 100 00 Verdenal D F, truatee. bal. 72 41 8 20 Verdenal D F. truatee. 83 loo 20 00 Verdenal D F, truatee. 94 500 100 00 Verdenal 1> F, truatee. 123 500 100 00 Verdenal i> F, truatee. 124 500 100 00 Verdenal D F, truatee. 125 500 100 00 Verdenal D F, truatee. 126 500 100 00 Verdenal D F, truatee. 137 200 40 00 Verdenal D F, truatee. 138 60 10 00 Verdenal D F, truatee. 218 100 20 00 Verdenal D F, truatee. 221 100 20 00 Verdenal D F, truatee. 231 50 10 00 Verdeual D F, truatee. 247 500 100 00 Verdenal D F, truatee. 294 250 50 00 Verdenal 1) F. truatee. 303 500 100 00 Verdenal D F. truatee.3U6 500 1U0 00 Van D/be Gee B, truatee.. 800 100 20 00 Van D/ke Geo B, truatee.. 8.0 50 10 00 Wlleou A Uutchlnaun.trua teea . 384 50 10 00 Wila«*n A Hutchinson,trua teea. 552 200 40 00 Wakeueld 8 B A Co, trua teea. 874 100 20 00 Weil Chaa L, truatee. 563 100 20 00 Weil Chaa L. truatee. 554 100 20 00 Well Chaa L. truatee. 600 100 20 00 White U H, truatee. 777 50 10 90 Yoat A Oo D 2. truateea... 337 100 20 1 0 Alblou IlulDg (•mptny. No. No. Names. Certificate. Shares. Am't Clute A Loveland, trustees 094 60 $19 00 Clule A Loveland, trustees 944 100 30 00 Crandall W O, trustee.9<S 100 20 00 Crandall W u, trustee.bal.1118 41 8 20 Cofiln Jamea, trustee. 941 100 20 00 Freeborn A Co, trustees. .,1217 100 20 00 Grant E B. truatee. 907 100 30 00 Hawka H I>, trusts. 964 60 10 00 Hawka H I), trustee.1091 SO 10 00 Muller W J, trustee.90S 100 30 00 Muller W J, truatee.1198 80 10 00 Macpherson A Uhlan, trus tees.1188 80 10 00 Macpheraon A Shinn, trus tees.1184 100 30 00 Noble A Co H H, trustees. 969 300 40 00 Pateroou Jas, trustee...... 924 60 10 00 Richardson E A, trustee.. .1081 1 20 Bleu i>, truatee.1029 60 10 00 Shotwell i M. trustee.bal. 948 16 3 00 Verdenal P F, truatee. 188 28 8 00 Verdenal P F, truatee. 242 200 40 00 Verdenal P F, truatee. 311 100 20 00 Verdenal D F. trustee. 318 100 20 00 Verdenal P F, trustee.bal. 350 40 8 00 Verdeual D F. trustee. 362 100 20 00 Verdenal P F. trustee. 388 60 10 00 Verdenal D F. trustee. 394 60 10 00 Verdenal D F, truatee. 479 60 10 00 Verdenal l> F, trustee. 670 20 4 00 Verdenal £> F, trnatea. 680 100 20 00 Verdenal P F, truatee. 683 100 20 00 Verdenal P F, trustee.t.84 100 30 00 Verdenal D F, truatee. 708 100 20 00 Verdenal D F, trustee.1026 100 30 00 Verdenal D F, trustee.1028 100 20 00 Woods k Freeborn, true tea#. 920 100 20 00 Wakefield A Co B B, trus tees. 990 100 20 00 Wilson A Hutchinson,trus tees. 909 200 40 00 llMl* Man Mintue Cempasy. No. No. Names. Certificate. Shares. Am t Findley Tnos . bal. 26 40 8 00 And In accordance with law, and an order of the Board of PI rectors, mads on the 21et ley of April, 1880, so many shares of each parcel of eucb stock ss may be uecesssry, will be sold at public auction, at the office of Parker Crittenden, eucttoneer. Room 26, Merohenta' Exchange Bulldlim, No. 431 Callforuie street, Sen Francisco, California, on rhuietley, the ReitnUenth day of June, 1888, At the hour of two o'clock r. u. of eeld dey, to pay said delinquent eeeeeament thereon, to (ether with costs of advertising and expenses of the sale. P. B, CHISHOLM Secretary. once—Boom 6 and 7, No, 327 Pina street, Ban Francisco, California. )uni-td EUREKA HALL, Bad Street, Kareka, Nevada. Finest Hall in Eastern Nevada. 700 SEATIN6 CAPACITY 700 tr The Hell la t'eaaplrte la Neeaerjr aadhtaire Aapelutaieata, Suitable for rHEATKICALS, BALLS AND PASTIES. Dataa sow opoa. Tonal rowoaoblo. kddnaa KIRCHA HALL COMPANY. Bvroko, Muck t. 1M0. mrlO-lf ANNUAL MEETING. rHK ANNUAL MEETING OF THE 8T00I holdere of tb# Adams HIM Consolidated MinlnK (iMinDNuy. for tbs ♦‘lection of Trust see o esrvc for the«nau>ng year, and ft-rtbe Iran a. nation of »u«h other businesses may ba pro. euted. will be held et tb» o®. e of the Com >any, Room 4. No. 401 Celtrornia street. Han Francisco, California, on Monday, the 8eventh lay of June, 1880. at U»e heur of Twelve o'clock >oon. D. A. JENNINGS. Secretary. San Francisco. May IS. 18S0, my22 id PHIS P A P P MAY BE FOUNP ON FILE I UiO rArrilV et oru. P. Nowell k Oo'e fewapaper Advertising Bureau (10 Kpruoa 8t.) rbpre advertising contracts may be made for tin NEW YOKE. A ISVKMTINB IJf THE EIIBERA HL Snmm, tho peat aavartlatng mailunn a ■ asters Nevada. SHERIFFS SALE. SHERIFF’S SALE. P. N. HANSEN 1 PHILIP’ PARONI, «t al. j By VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED out of tha District Court of tbs Sixth Ju dicial Distri* t of the State o' Nevada, in and fur the county of Eureka, on the 17th day of May, A. D. l«v, and to me directed and deliv ered for a judgment rendered in said court on the 19th day of June, A. D. 1879, in favor of P. N. Hansen, plaintiff, and against Philip Paroni. Joe Reveil, Antonio Leonardo, Dionici Benatet to and Adrian Andrencetti. defendants, for the sum of three hundred and two and 65-100 (*302 65) dollars in United States gold coin, costs, with interest thereon at the rate of 10 per cent, per annum in like gold coin till paid, together with four dollars accruing costs. I have on this, the 1-th day of May. A. D. 1880, levied on the following described property be longing to defend ante, and more particularly described ss follows, to wit: That certain wood and timber ranch known as and called the Paroni or Daney ranch, being the same recovered by Paroni in the case of Paroni vs. Daney aud Ellison, located about seventeen miles west of Alpha station, E. k P R. 8., sod bounded on the east, south and west by the ranch of P. N. Hansen, in Eureka county, Htate of Nevada. Notice ia hereby given that on Thursday, the 10th day of June. A D. 1-80. be tween the hours of 9 o’clock a. m. and 5 o’clock p. m. of tlint day. to wit: at 12 o’clock noon. I will,in obedience to said execution, sell all the right, title and interest of the said defendants, Philip Paroni. Joe Revel I. Antonio Leonardo, Dionici Benntetto and Adriau Andreucetti of, in and to the above desertIred property, at the front door of the new Court-house, in the town of Eurek.-, county and Hi ate aforesaid, at pub lic suction, for cash in hand to the blgbest^and SHERIFF’S SALE -OF Old Hospital and Jail. By virtue or an order, made and issued by the Bosrd of County Commis sioners of Bnrekit county, Nevada, on tbe lath day of May, A. D. 1HK). directing and requiring me to sell at public suction the following de scribed properties belonging to and situate in said Eureka county, to wit. Lota 5,6,7.8, in block 22 of,the Monroe survey of the town of Eu reka.'and described as lot No. 14. In block Ns. 40 of the official map of the town of Eureka, aald lot being one hundred f*et square, togeth er with the buildings and improvements ta**re on, known as the old county hospital property, situate on M*nroe street; also the north 12H feet of lot A, in block A of the Monroe survey of the town of Eureka, and described as north 12 H feet of lot No.9, In block No. 40of the official map of the town of Eureka, together with the building aud improvements thereon, known as the old county lock-up or jail property, situate on Monroe street. Public notice is hereby given that on Friday, the 11th day of June, A. D. 1880, between the hour* of 9 o'clock a. M. and 5 o'clock r m , vit: 12 o’clock noon of e»id day, I will aell all the right, title and lntereat of said Eureka county of, in and to each of the above described properties at tbe front door of the new Court house, corner of Bateman and Main atreets, in the town and county of Eu reka, Nevada, at public suction, for cash in hand, to the highest and best bidder. MATTHEW KYLE, Sheriff. By Jas. F. Masow, Deputy. Eureka. Nevada, May l*tb. 1880. myl9 td DISTRICT COURT SUMMONS. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH Judicial District. In snd fur Eureka county, State of Nevada. The State of Nevada sends greeting to George liussoll, Isabella Russell, Margaret Russell, William G. McMurray, Eliz abeth McMurray. Amelia G McMurray, West McMurray, James McGuffie, Michael C. McDonald. M P. Gosset and David Service. You are hereby required to appear in an sc tien commenced against tou as defendants by J. H. Alderson snd J. 8. Whitton. as plaintiffs, In the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District, in snd for the county of Eureka, State of Nevada, at the town of Eureka, and answer the complaint therein, which Is on file with the Clerk of said Court, within ten days after the service on you of this summons (exclusive of the dsy of service), if served in said county, or twenty days if served out of said county but within this District, and in all oth**r cases forty days; or judgment by default will be taken against you, according to tha prayer of said complaint. The said sction is brought to obtain a de cree of this Court for the foreclosure of two certain mortgages described in the said com plaint. one of said mortgages executed by the said M. P. Gossett, and David Service on the 24th day of September, A D. 1879. to secure the payment of a certain promissory uote executed by M. P. Gossett, executor, and devisee of Joku Hu»sell, deceased, for two thousand dollars in gold coin, snd Interest thereon at the rate of three per cent per mouth, dated September 24th, A. D. 1878, snd payable to J H. Alderson or order, six months after >b* date thereof, and the other mortgage executed by George Russell and Isabella Husaell by George Russell her attorney lu (act; Margaret Russell, by George Russell, her attorney In fact; Wm. G. McMurray and Elizabeth McMurray, by Wm G. McMurray. her attorney in fact; Amelia G. Mc Murrny by Wm G. McMurray. her attorney lu fact, snd West McMurry. by Wm. G. Me Mur ray, his attorney tu fact, on the 9th dsy of De cember, A. D. 1878, to secure the payment of a certain promissory note executed by the parti* s to said mortgage Let aforesaid for Twelve Hun dred dollars, with interest thereon at the rate of three per cent, per mouth from date, all psyshle lu gold coin and said note dated De cember ytli, A. D. 1878, and by the terms there of, psyshle on or before the 9th dsy of August, A. D. 1879, to J. H Alderson and J. 8 Whitton, or order, and said mortgage was sis# executed as aforesaid to secure the payment of the said sum of Two Thousand dollars and Interest uanted In the note of M. P. Gossett, as aforesaid and the mortgage of M. P. Goarett snd David Service ns aforesaid, and also to secure any sum that should thereafter be advanced by said J. H. Alderson and J. 8. Whitton, as pro vided In said mortgage snd fully set forth in the complaint herein. Also for the sum of Six Hundred dollars, advanced by said J. H. A1 demon snd J. 8. Whitton, after the execu tion of said mortgage as fully set forth in the complaint on file in 'his sction. together with all interest now due on said notes, snd for said advances; snd all interest to becoms due up to date of payment of said several sums of monev, and for all attorney's fees, and the costa of this sction, as prayed for In said complaint, on file In this action, that the premises conveyed by said mortgage may be sold snd the proceeds applied to the payment of said Indebtedness snd Interest snd ousts. And In case such pro ceeda are not sufficient to pay the same, then to obtain an execution against the said George Russell. Isabella Kuasell, Margaret Russel), Wm. G. McMurray. Elizabeth jJoMurray, Ame lia G. McMurray, Weat McMurray, and M. P. Gossett, fur the balance remaining due: and also, that the said defendants and all persons claiming by, through or under the said George Russell, Isabella ltussell. Margaret Russell. Wm, G. McMurray. Elizabeth M< Murray, Ame lia G. McMurray, Weat MoMurrty. and M. P. Gossett, be barred and foreclosed of all rights, title, claims, liens, cvinlty of redemption and interest in snd to said mortgaged premises, and for ether and further relief, as will more fully appear by reference to the complaint on file herein. And you are notified, that if you fail to appear snd answer the said complaint as abovs required, tha 1*1 d plaintiffs will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in the said complaint. GEO. W. BAKER, and BISHOP k SABIN. Pl'ffs. At’ys. Dated Eureka, Navada, April 10, A. D. 1800. msy7 8m District Court Summons. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH Judicial District, in and far Eureka County, State of Nevada. The state of Nevada sends greeting to the Rescue Silver Mining Company, a corporation described in the complaint her*, inaf ter mentioned. Yon are hereby required to appear in an ac tion commenced against you aa defendant, by R. Sadler, aa plaintiff, in the District Court ef the Sixth Judicial District, in and for the county of Eureka, State of Nevada, at the town of Eureka, and anawer the complaint therein, which la on file with the Clerk or said Court, wlthlu ten days after the service on you of thla Summoua (exclusive of the day of aer* vice), if served in said county, or twenty days If served out of said county but within this district, and in all other cases forty daya; or Judgment by default will be taken against you. according to tbe prayer of said complain'. The said action is brought to recover Judg ment against you the said defendant, for the sum of $1 T8*J. on account of gooda. wares and mercbancise by plaintiff sold and dalivered to defendant at its special instance and request aud on account of work and labor done and performed by one John Madden for defend, ant at Its special instance and request (aal lohn Madden having assigned h a aatd account to defendant for value, and before the commencement of this a> tion) all of which will more fully appear on reference to said complaint, a cert tied copy of which ie here with served for coats of suit And you are hereby noticed, that If you fall to appear and answer the said complaint as sbove required, the said Plaintiff will take judgment again t you for said sum of $1.10*1 and ooats. In testimony whereof. I, E. R. Domic, have hereunto set my hand and at&xed the seal of said Courtr this Jbth day of March, A. D. ISM). E. R. DODGE. Clerk District Oourt. Sixth Judicial District, Eureka Oounty, Nevada. Eg B. Me Esi*. Deputy Clerk. Mfff 8» APPLICATIONS FOB PATENT. APPLICATION FOR A PATENT TO THE 8ANCHFZ MINE.—No. 660.—U. 8. Land Office, Eureka, Nevada. March 22th 1880.—Notice is hereby given, that R. Sadler and P. Devlin, whose postofflee address la Eureka. Nevada, ba*e this day hied their ap plication for a patent fnr eight hundred (800) linear feet of the Sanches mine, or vein bearing silver, witn surface ground two hundred (200) feet in width, altuate, lying and being In New ark Mining District, County of White Pine and 8tate of Nevada, and known and designated by the field notes and official plat.on file in this office aa Lot Number Forty-two, (42). The exterior boundaries of ssld Lot No. 42 being as follows, vo wit : Variation 16H deg East. Commencing at s post marked No. 1, U. 9. sur vey No. 42; whence the quarter section corner ou the Northern boundary of section 2, T 12 N, R 66 E. M D M. bears N 44 deg 42 min £ 4077 feet; mouth of the Chihuahua tunnel bears N 6 deg 06 W 2147 feet, and the mouth of the upper tunnel upon this lode bears 8 *28 deg E 312 f at; thence running first course 8 46H deg E 800 feet to post marked No. 2 U. 8. survey No. 42; thence second course 8 4314 deg W vOO feet to post marked No. 3 U. 8. survry No 42 ; thence third counts N 46 \ deg W 800 feet to post marked No. 4 U. 8. survey No. 42; thence fourth course N 43)£ deg E ‘200 feet, to piece of begin ning, containing 3 67-100 acres. This claim la bounded on neither end by any known claim. The nearest mines are the Battery and Page and Wemple mines. The location of this mine is duly recorded in the Recorder's Office of Newark Mining Dis trict, page , in Book , of the Min ing Records of said District. Any and all peraors claiming adversely any portion of said Banchez mine, or aald mining ground aa hereinbefore described, are required to file their adverse claim with the Register of the United States Land Office, at Eureka, In the State of Nevada, during the sixty days’ period of publication hereof, or they will be haired by virtue of the provisions of the statute. mr30 60d JA8. McMARTIN, Regia Ur APPLICATION FOR A PATENT I'O THE 8KTLARK MILL SITE—No. 662— U. 8. Land Office. Eureka, Nevada, May 6, 1880.—Notice la hereby given, that the Eureka Consolidated Mining Company, whose post fflce address is Saa Francisco, California and Eureka, Nevada, has this day filed Its applica tion for a patent forTwoaud Hit-Tenths (26-10) acres of tbe non-mineral land situate, ly ing sad being la Eureka Mining District, County of Eureka and State of Nevada, known and designated by ths field notes and official plat on file in this office se Lot Number Two Hundred aud Fourteen (214). The exterior boundaries of ssid Lot No. 214 be ing as follows, to wit: Variation being 16)4 de grees east. Commencing at a post marked No. 1, U. 8. Survey No 214, the same being post No. 1. of U. S. Survey, No. 67, Calloway Lode, whence the flagstaff in the town of Eureka bears N 69 deg. 13 min. ■ 8,668 feet; Ruby Hill No. 1, bears 8 79)4, deg. W, 1,769 feet, thence running 1st course,8, 70 deg W, 680 feet, to post marked Ne 2, U. 8. survey No. 214, the same being post No. 6 of said survey Ne. 67; thence 2nd, course N 33 deg. H. 441 2-10 feet, along the southeastern boundary of U. 8 survey No. 66, Skylark Lode, to post marked No. 3. II. 8. sur vey No. 214; (hence 3rd course, S 62H deg. E, 126 3-10 feet to poet marked No. 4. U. 8 survey No. 214, the same being post No. 3 of V. 8. sur vey No. 208, Cliff Lode; thence 4th course, N 38 deg. E, 200 feet, to post marked Ne 6, U. 8. survey No. 214, tbe aauie being poet No. 2 of said Cliff survey; thence 6th course, 8 62)4 deg. E. 169 6-10 feet along the ‘-outhwestern bound ary of U. 8. survey No. 209, Ravine lode to post marked No. 6, U.S survey No. 214, and these* 6th coma*, 8 209* deg. W, 206 feet, along tbs west ern boundary of U. 8. survey No. 141, Surplus mill site to post No. 1, tbe placs of beginning, containing 2 6-10 acres. This claim is bounded on the west by the Skylark Lode; north by the Cliff and Ravine Lode*; south, by the Callo way, and east by the Surplus mill aits. The location of this mine la duly recorded in the Recorder's Office of Eureka Mining District, on page 384, in Book F, of the Mining Records of ssid District. And any snJ all persons claiming adversely any portion of ssid Sky lsrk Mill Site or said ground as hereiubefore de scribed, are required to file their adverse claim with the Register of the United ■ tales Land Office, et Eureka, in ths State of Nevada, dur ing the slaty days’ period of publication here of, or they will be barred by virtue of the pro visions of the statute. iuay6 60d JAM. McMARTIN. Register. "application for a patent TO THE ANTELOPE MINE.—No. 667 — Uulted States Land Office, Eureka, Neva da. May II, 1880.—Notice is hereby given, that P. Fiuuegan, whose Postofflce address is Eurefe, Nevada, has this day filed his application for a patent for 600 (600) lluear feet of the Antelope mine or vein, bearing silver, with surface ground 900 (200) feet tu width, situate, lying and being in Eureka Mining District, County of Eureka and State of Nevada, and known aud designated by the field notes aud official plat on file in thia office aa Lot Number 2lfl (216) The exterior boundaries of said Lot No. 215 being as follows, to wit: Variation, 16)4 de grees east. Commencing at a post marked No. 1, U. S. Survey No. 215, whence Ruby Hill No. 1 bears N 1 degree 13 iniuu'es E 11,474 feet; U. S. monument No. 4 bears N 8 degrees 64 minutes W 1.481 feet; and the center of the top of the Ant lope incline bears 8 6 degrees W 816 feet; thence running first course 8 661* degrees E 200 feet to poet marked No 2. U. 8. survey No 216; thence 2d course S 239* degrees W 600 feet to post marked No. 8, U. S. Survey No. 216; thence 3d course N 661* degrees W 200 feet to post marker! No 4. U. 8. survey No.216; thence 4th course N 239* degrees E 460 feet to post No. 2. tbe southeast co ner *f U. 8. survey No. 193, Nsw Year Lode, 6#0 f*et to post No. 1, the place of beginning, containing 2% acres. This clslm Is bounded northwest by the New Year. The location of this mine Is duly recorded in the Recorder's Office of Eureka Mining District, on Page 162. In Book D, of ths Mining Records of said Dlatrtct. Any and all persons claiming adversely any por tion of aald Antelope mine, or said mining ground as hereinbefore described, are required to file their adverae claim with the Register of the United States 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 ths statute. myl'i-tOd JAB. McMARTIN. Register. SHERIFF’S TAX SALE. By vibtue of an execution issued out of the Justice Court. Eureka Township In and for Eureka couuty, Slate of Nevada, snd to me directed snd delivered, upon s Judgment rendered In ssld Court on the ‘Jlst d»y of April, A D. 1880 In favor of the Bute of Nevada, for State and County taxes, duly levied snd assessed for the year A. D. 18'.U, against 4 Boland, as defendant, and against the following real es tate and improvements, to-wit i Property in terest in and to lot 8, block 6. of the McCoy Survey, of the town of Eureka, in Eureka county. State of Nevada, snd improvements: Two-story Frame House; as defendant also, for the sum of $1*4 60 100 dollars. Tax Delinquency and damages, and $41.76-100 dollars, coats of suit and accruing coats, I have levied upon the said above described property: and notice la hereby given that on the 29th day of May. A. D. 1880. between the hours of 9 a. m. snd 6 v. u, to-Wit: 1 o'clock p.m. of said day, I will sail so much of the above desert bed property, in front of the Court-house door of U*. County, at ful«ltc auction, for cash in hand, to the best idder, as will be necessary to aatiafy said exe cution and all costs. MATTHEW KYLE, Sheriff Eureka county. State of Nevada. By Jas. F. Mason, Deputy Sheriff. Eureka, May $, 1880. mayC td Poet potted. The above aale la hereby postponed until FRIDAY, June IS, 1880, at the eeiue hour aud piece. MATTHEW KYLE, Sheriff. By Jab. F. Xmok, Deputy. Eureka, Nev., May 30, 1880.niySOld PUBLIC NOTICE. An iron oray horse, brandednv— *' J D " on the left hip end on the^JrtS left aboulder ; eleo. branded " M " on the left ebuulder. He la about live yeere old. end welgbe about 800 pouuda. The above deecrlbed boree wee left it my eteble about the 15th in a tent, end I have no Idee who the horee belenn to. The owner la requeeted to come end take the Animal ewey end P‘yJ*H*g<'*T*WART. Eureka, May 18. 1889. niylO 30d FOR COUNH COMMISSIONER. 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