EUREKA WEEKLY SENTINEL.
VOLUME X. EUREKA, NEVADA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1890. NUMBER 19.
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A fKACrUAL PHILliTBOPWT.
The Advlrt Blvea by Ureeler AO a
Foolish Tonn* Han.
Horace Greeley hail tl<e reputation
of being a practical philantropist and
liia advice was sought by hundreds of
strangers, whose only excuse for in
trudingwpon him was that they need
ed counsel and that lie had the brains
that could advise them.
One day, while he was writing an
important letter in his office, a boy 15
years old entered the room, and,
standing near the door and behind the
editor's chair, said: “ Mr. Greeley, I
have come to ask your advice.”
“Say on,” answered the editor,
without stopping his pen or even
glancing at the hoy.
“The only relative I have here,”
continued the boy, “ is my sister. I
have been boarding witii her, and she
let me have hoard so cheap that 1
could earn money enough to pay her,
and iiave something left to buy my
clothes. Now I have quarreled with
her, and I am boarding at another
place, where they charge me all I can
earn for my board—not so good as I
had at my sister’s—and I iiave noth
ing left to pay for my clothes. What
shall l do?”
“Is your sister married?” asked
Mr. Greeley, without looking up or
stopping his pen.
" Yes, sir.’1
“ Is she a respectable woman?”
" Go straight to your sister and tell
her that you are ashamed of yourself,
and ask forgiveness. If she will take
you, go back and live witii her, and
after this remember that if your own
sister is not your friend you will not
he likely to find any friend in New
The boy departed without another
word, and Mr. Greeley had not even
seen him, as engrossed was he with
his writing. This poor boy did not
personally know Mr. Greeley, but,
being in distress, sought him out in a
city of several hundred thousand peo
ple as the man to give him good ad
“ It was a higher compliment than I
had ever before seen conferred u|K>n
any one,” writes the lion. Eli
Thayer, who was present at the inter
view. and reports it in his “ History ol
the Kansas Crusade.”—Youths’ Com
A JAPAHKME TATTOO EK.
Hla Professional Talents Brins
Him an Ineoine of •4,000 a Year.
A Japanese tattooer of great skill
lias recently o|iened a studio in Hong
kong. He receives his visitors in a
small office full of fans, screens, top
sy-turvy pictures and sharp corners.
On a big table in the middle of the
room are pattern-books. The visitor
tells whether he wishes a humorous,
pathetic, sentimental or religious de
sign for examination. Most persons
choose none of these designs because
they are too expensive. The tattoo
ing with representations of animals is
the cheapest and the most popular.
A butterfly costs but $1, three butter
flies $2 50, five butterflies $4. A
dragon, the most expensive animal,
After the customer has chosen his
design the tattooer leads him into an
operating room, over the door of
which hangs this notice: “1 never
work while I am drunk.” The cus
tomer lies on a couch and bares the
limb on which the design is to be
done. The operator then pricks in
the skin with fine needles the lines of
the animal or scene ordered. He ap
plies a little colored powder and a
pinch of vaseline to the spot he has
pricked and the job is done. He can
prick throe butterflies in about forty
minutes. The execution qf a big
dragon, however, occupies five hours.
A day or two after the operation the
skin about and above the design
comes off and all the lines become
The masterpiece of the Japanese
tattooer is the representation of a little
fan covered with human figures. This
bit of tattooing adorns the forearm of
a young English woman in Hongkong.
The operator himself hasn’t an un
adorned square inch of skin on his
body. Snakes, birds, cattle, women,
picnics, dinner parties and steam
ships in wild hodge-podge cover his
back, chest, legs and arms. His in
come from his business is about $0,000
a year.—New York Sun.
W lieu Crime le Dali,
“ How long will de Gran’ Jury
aet?” asked a tall, woe-begone negro
of Justice Chester in Camden.
“ Can’t tell,” replied the Justice,
“ maybe two or three weeks yet.”
” I guess I’ll take de risk and lick
him anyhow,” remarked the negro.
“ What’s the matter?” askea the
” He ole woman is gwine wid Sam
Johnsing again, an I tho’t I would
wait till de Gran’Jury got done settin',
but dare will be a racket in rov house
dia night, Gran’ Jury or no Gran’
Justice Chester declared that while
the Grand Jury’s sessions lasted the
negro quarter of Camden was almost
as quiet as Butler’s Cemetery. But
as soon as the Grand Jury’s delibera
tions ended petty crimes of all sorts
were rampant, and innumerable suits
followed. By the time another Grand
Jury is sworn in,howoYer,half the cases
are forgotten, and most of the other
,,, ,1kIl,-),;0d for lack of evidence.
SMOKED RIVUT ELORU.
Haw Kip U*4dtrE Reproved a
E'onple of Vwj Prim T*»r
Two young women and a man
climbed uii top of a Fifth Avenue
stage one day last week and settled
down on one of the back seats for a
pleasant ride up the avenue, says the
New York Times. The young women
were of the prim sort, and were evi
dently not used to traveling on the
hurricane deck of a vehicle. On the
seat with the driver was a fashionably
dressed man smoking an excellent
eigar and enjoying himaelf to his
heart’s content. The smoke was
wafted back, but it was rather enjoyed
by all on the stage except the two
prim young ladies. They didn’t like
it, or at least pretended not to like it.
“What a horrible cigar that is!”
“ He ought to know better than to
smoke on the Btage,” said another.
" Well, Borne people don’t know
enough to stop Bmoking when there
are ladies around.”
" Some one should complain to the
officers of the company about it.”
The gentleman sitting with the
driver heard all that was said, and it
was evidently said so that he should
hear it. But he smoked right on, and
didn’t seem to care whether the offi
cers of the company were complained
to or not. The young women kept on
making remarks, and his position was
a little embarrassing. -His cigar was
pretty well smoked down by the time
he got ready to get off.
As the stage halted he turned to the
young man who was with the prim
young ladies and said: “ I have
heard a good deal of what has been
said about smoking. Now, it might
as well be understood that all those
seats up tiere on top of the stage are
for smokers and those who ride with
“Who js that?” asked the young
man as the other got down.
“Oh, that’s Ely Goddard,” said the
“ And who is he?”
“ He is the President of this stage
WIIKKE BEAUTY LITEM.
Ilnml'oine Women Who Were All
KelneS In Ilia Cannier.
The great beauties who take the so
cial prizes in marriages are almost all
bred in the lesser towns, where a less
conventional society gives women a
snatch at freedom in girlhood. You
don’t find them growing up with calis
thenics, health-lifts and a massage-use
to do their exercise for them.
You all remember the painful story
of a girl in a city home, surrounded
by every care, who was strangled in
the cords of her “ health pull” one
evening little more than a year since.
Scarcely more pitiful is her fate than
that of girls brought up to depend on
such substitutes for work and exercise
if they live. A sick, amende woman,
unused, unable to care for herself and
all others, is the most pitiable, repug
nant object in creation. You seldom
find a lasting beauty which has not
had a semi-* truck education of outdoor
life and exercise tiehind it.
Take the beautiful Gunnings, who
ran wild in their Irish country home
till their calculating mamma had
raked and scraped enough to take
them to Dublin and thence to Lon
don. The Gunnings were unlicensed
hoydens, but their races over the hills
gave them matchless complexions,
loiter still Mrs. Langtry took her
beauty course, roving the Jersey lanes
with her brothers in soft, pure sea air,
living on peaches and coarse bread,
with just as little of lessons as sufficed
to fit her for Ixmdon drawing rooms.—
Ladies’ Home Journal.
A Precious list.
In a mine at Cornwall, in England,
there has been discovered a lode of
the rare and precious metal uranium,
which has hitherto only been found in
small tlockets or patches and in two or
three widely separated localities. So
rare is it that a century ago its exist
ence was unknown, and so valuable is
it that the market price is about $12,
000 a ton. Two of the most important
oxides of uranium are already used,
the one in the production of costly
black |iorcelain and the dark tints of
majolica ware, the other in glass and
porcelain manufacture to produce
beautiful golden and greenish colors,
and, in conjunction with other min
erals, opalescent hues. The chloride
of uranium is also coming into use as
a substitute for gold in photographic
work. With platinum and copper the
metal forms two fine alloys, each re
sembling gold, and offers a substitute
for gold in electro plated ware. On
account of its high electrical reactance
it is also likely to be largely used in
electrical insulation. Its rarity and
high price have hitherto inteifered
with its use in these latter ways, but
the discovery in Cornwall will no
doubt lead to its general introduction
for such purposes.—New York Sun.
RiUbllahlDx Their Ueuealegy.
It was at the depot in Macon, Ga.
A colored man from the country stood
looking at the locomotive when the
colored fireman called out:
“ Hev, yo’ nigger, what yo’ lookin’
“ Who’s nigger?” demanded the
“ Yo’ is."
“ So is yo’.”
“ book out, dar, nigger. I doan*
take no sass otTn shucks!”
“ Yo’ is shucks vo’self.”
“ Humph! Do yo’ know what my
fadder sold fur befor’ de wah ?”
“Fo’teen hundred dollars in gold,
sah, an’ they reckoned dat was $200
under price. Who was yo’ fadder,
“ He was the gem’lan who bought
yo fadder fur a waitah, sah, an’ he
alius ’lowed he |>aid a thousand dol
lahs mo’ dan he was worth.”—New
Kev. Saiu Jones says that “round
dancing is nothing under God Al
mighty's heavens but hugging set to
music,” some time in his career Sam
was evidently one oi the boys.
Mmu\ Tax Salas.
Notice is hereby given to all
whom It may concern: That the follow
ing described property si taste, lying end be
ing In the County of Eureka. State of Neveda.
and aaaeased to the owners thereof, whose
names respectively are set opfioelte the de
scription thereof, hea bean duly taxed
and aaaeased for the yesr 1889, for the amounts
hereinafter mentioned in connection with the
description thereof; that aaid taxes are delin
quent; that ten per rent on said taxes and
coat of advertising will be collected In addi
tion to tha original lax, all tha properly sold
for all of said original tax, penalty and costa,
to Wit: ,
ABADIE FRANK. Improvements, small
house in Goodwin Canyon. Possessory Interest
1 in and to tot No 11, block No 4 of tbe town of
Enreka,' t» Eureka county, and ft late of Ne
vada. Possessory Interest In and to lot No 2,
block No 6 of tbe town of Eureka, in Eureka
county, and State of Nevada. Possessory In
terest In and to tbe S 12} feet of lot No 11 in
block No If of the town of Eureka, in Eureka
county, and State of Nevada. Possessory in
terest In atd to lot Not In block No 93 of the
town of Eureka, in Eureka county, and State of
Nevada. Possessory Interest In and to lot 7 in
block No 93 of the town of Eureka, In Eureka
county, and State of Nevada. Possessory Inter
est in and to lot No 8 In block No 98 of the
town of Eureka, In Enreka county and State of
Nevada. Tax, $7, penalty, 70c; coats, $2, total,
ANDERSON A. P. Improvements, log dwell
ing bouse, eitueted in the town of Sherwood,
Eureka county, end State of Nevada. Tax,
$1 60; penalty, 15c; coat*, $2; total, %‘S 65.
BROWN A RIVES. Ira pro Yemeni*, frame
dwelling house, situated in the town of Slier
wood, Eureka county, end State of Nevada.
Tex, $9; penalty, 90c; coats; 2; total, $11 90.
BROWN C. A. Possessory Interest In and to
lot No 12 in block No 40 of the town of Eureka,
In Eureka county. and State of Nevada. Im
provement*, frame dwelling hones. Tax, $5 25;
penalty, 62c. coats, $2; total, $7 77.
OAVANAtai! M. O. Possessory interest in end
to lot No 6 in block No 90 of the town of Eureka,
In Enreka county and State of Nevada. Im
provement*. frame dwelling house. Possessory
interest In and to lot No 7 In block No 98 of the
town of Eureka, In Eureka county, and State of
Nevada. Tax, pi 76; penalty, 87c; oo*ta, $2;
total, $11 62.
DIAMOND VALLEY LIVE STOCK AND
LAND Co. (B. Sadler, agent).—Peseessory inter
eat iu and to a tract of farming land situated at
the Send of Pleasant Valley, In Enreka coun
ty, State ef Nevede. known as the Henderson
ranch, and described as follows, to wit: Com
menciug at the SW corner of dwelling house
and running thence N 1 mile; thence E 1-4
mile; thence S 1 mile; thence W 1-4 mile to the
flece of beginning, contelning 160 acres-#200.
mprevemente, framehouse, bsrn and corrals—
$180. Possessory interest in and to a tract of
farming lend situated about 3>«jmiles north*
westerly from the town of EureksBxnd aheut 1H
miles northerly from the Henderson ranch,
in Eureka county, State of Nevada, known as
the Joe Vanina ranch, end described as fol
lows, to wit: Commencing at a atake 200 feet
n'>rtb of dwelling house, and running thence
E 1-2 mile; thence S 1-4 mile; thence W 1 mile;
thence N 1-4 mile; thence E 1-2 mile to the
place of beginning, containing loo acres. $20o.
Improvements— house and stable—$180. Pos
•i asery Interest in and to a tract of land situ
ated on the line of the E A P R R, near and S
of the McKee ranch lu Pleasant Valley, Enreka
county* State of Nevada, end described as fol
lows. to wit: Belnfc the W 1-2 of NE 1 4 esc 36.
T 24 N. R 51 E. containing 80 acres $4o; W 1-2
of BE 14 aec 36, T 24 N. B 51 E. containing 30
acres $40. Poaaeaaory Interest in and to a
tract of land situated S and adjoining the
lands of Last Brothers on the NW aide of
Diamond Va ley and about 25 miles northerly
from the town of Enreka, in Eureka county,
State of Nevada, and described as followa, to
wit: Being the SI 1-4 of NE 1-4 aec 36, T 23 N.
R 32 E. containing 40 acres— $20; HW 14 of NE
1 4 aec S0. T 23 N, R 52 E, containing 40 sore —
$20. Possessory interest In and to a tract of
land situated N of Mineral Hill and In the
neighborhood of the Braffy Hot Spring ranch,
In Eureka county, and State of Nevada, de
scribed as follows, to wit: Being the HW 1-4
of SE 14 tec 10. T 27 N. R 52 £. containing 40
acres $20. HE 1-4 of SW 1-4 see 10, T 27 N. R
52 E, containing 40 acrea—$20; NW 1 4 of NW
1 4 aec 11, T 17 N, R 50 E, containing 40 acres
$20; NW 1-4 of NE 1-4 aec 15, T 27 N, R 52 E,
containing 40 acree—$?0; 8W 1-4 of NW 1-4 eec
15. T 27 H, B 82 E. containing 40 acres—$20; NE
1-4 of SW 14 aec 15, T 27 N. R 52 E, containing
40 acree-$20. Possessory interest In and to
certain parcels and tracts of land situated on
the NW aide of Diamond Valley, about 31
miles, more or lees, northerly from the town
of Eureka. In Eureka coanty, State of Nevada,
known as the Sadler ranch, and described as
fellow*, to Wit: Being the NW 1 4 of NW 1-4
sec 25. T 24 N, It 52 E, containing 40 acres—$30;
S 1-2 of NW 14 sec 25 T 24 N, R 61 E, contain
ing 80 acres—$40; N 1-2 Of SW 1-4 e«c 26, T 24
N. R 32 E, containing 80 scree—$40; NE 1-4 of
NE 1-4 sec 26, T 24 N, B 62 E, containing 40
acree —$20; 8* 14 of NE 1-4 sec 26. T 24 N, R
62 E, containing 40 sores- $20; N 1-2 of SE 1-4
aec 25, T 24 N, R 52 E, containing 80 acres—$40;
NE 1-4 of NW 1-4 esc 30, T 24 N. B 53 E, con
taining 40 acres—$20; N 1-2 of NE 1-4 eec 80, T
24 N, R 53 E, containing 80 acree-$40; NE 1-4
of NW 1-4 sec 25. T 24 N. R 52 E. containing 40
acres -$50; W 12 of N* 1-4 aec 25, T 24 N, R 52
E, containing bO acrea—$100; SE 1-4 of NE 1-4
•ec 25, T 24 N, B 52 E, containing 40 acrea—$30
S 1-2 of 8 12 sec 24, T 24 N, R 62 E, containing
160 acree—$200; NE l-4of NE 1-4 eec 25, T 24 N,
R 52 E, contelning 40 scree—$50; NW 1-4 of NW
1-4 eec 30, T 24 N. K 53 B. containing 40 acrea—
$30; SW 14 9f NW 1-4 esc 30, C 24 N. R 53 E,
containing 40 acree—$50; BE 1-1 of NW 1-4 aec
30, T 24 N. R 33 E. containing 40 acree- $50; 8
1-2 of NE 14 eec 30, T 24 N, R 53 E. containing
80 acres—$100; HW 1 4 of NW 14 aec 29,T 24 N,
R 53 E. containing 40 acres—50; lot 14 aec 18,
T 24 N. R 53 I. containing 40 acres—$50; lota 1,
2 and 3, tec 19, T 24 N, R 53 E, containing 118
acrea—$147; BE 1-4 ol BE 1-4 sec 13. T 24 N, B
52 K. containing 40 acrea—$50; NE 1-4 of NE 1-4
sac 24, T 24 N. R 52 E, containing 160 acrea—
$640; E 1-2 of NW 14 sec 24. T 24 N. R 62 E,
containing 80 acrea—$320; N 1-2 of HE 1-4. aec
24, T 24 N. R 62 E, containing 80 acree—$320:
N 1-2 of SW 1-4 eec 24. T 24 N, B 32 E, contain
ing 80 acree—$320; NE 1-4 of SE 14 se-» 23, T 24
N, K 51 E, containing 40 acrea—$160; SE t-4 of
HW 1-4 aec 18, T 24 N, R 53 E, containing 40
acrea—$50; H 1-2 of SE 1-4 aec 18, T 24 N, B 13
K, 80 acrea—$100; HW 1-4 of SW 1 4 seo 17, T 24
N, R 53 K, containing 40 acres— $50; E 1-2 of
NW 1-4 aec 19, T 24 N, R 53 E. containg 80 acres
-$100; E 12 Oi HW 1 4 sec 19. T 24 N. R 63 E,
containing 80 acres—$100; W 1-1 of NE 1-4 aec
19, T 24 N, R 53 E. containing 80 acree—$100;
W 1-2 of HE 1-4 sec 19. T 24 N, R 58 E, contain
ing 80 acres $100; lot 4. aec 19. T 24 N, R 53 B,
containing 3617-100scree—$45. Improvements,
frame bouse, barns and corrals—$1,358. Tex,
$180; penalty, $18; costs, $2; total, $200.
FILIP INI FELIX. Improvements, frame
and stockade atable. situated at the mouth of
Uoodwin Canyon In the town of Eureke, In
Eureka county, and State of Nevada. Tax,
$14 88; penalty, $1 48; costs. $2; total, $18 36.
JONES D R (Joe Lindsey, agent). Improve
ments, frame house, situated in the town of
Sherwood, In Eureke county, and Htate of Ne
vada. Tax, $3; penalty, 30c; costs, $2; total,
McOARTNEY MRS. M. J. Possessory inter
est in and to lot No 2, In block No 68, of tbs
town of Eureka, in Eureka county, and State
of Nevada Improvements, two frame bootee.
Tax. $17 50; penalty, $175; coats, $2; total,
MULLIGAN MICHAEL. Possessory inter
est in and to a tract of Woodland, situated
about 1 mile southerly from the Bertrand
mill, In Eureka oounty, and State of Nevada,
known as the Mulligan wood ranch, aud de
scribed aa follows, to wit: Commencing at SI
corner of the Mulligan cabin, and running
thence N 2 miles; thence W 2 miles, thence 8 2
miles, thence E 2 miles to the place of begin
ning, containing 1,280 acres. Tax, $7 60; pen
alty, 75c; costs, $2; total, $10 25.
NELSON NEIL (estate of). Possessory inter
est in and to lot No 2, in block No 12, of the
town of Eureka, in Eureka connty, and State of
Nevada. Improvements, frame house. Tax,
$5 26; penalty, 62c; costs, $2; total, $7 77.
PETERSON GEORGE. Possessory interest
In and to lot No $ in block No 31, of tha town
of Eureka, in Eureka county, and State of Ne
vada. Improvements, frame house. Tax,
$3 60; penalty. 35c; costa, $2; total, $5 85.
RIVES HENRY. Personal property, furni
ture and piano, Possessory interest in and to
lot No 2, in block No 13, of the town of Eureka,
in Eureka county, and State of Nevada. Pos
sessory interest in and to lot No S, In block No
13, of the town of Eureka, in Eureka county,
and State of Nevada. Possessory interest in
and to lot No 4. in block No 13, of tha town of
Eureka, In Eureka oonnty, and 8tate of Ne
vada. Possessory Interest in and to lot No 5,
in block No 13 of the town of Eureka, In Eu
reka county, State of Nevada. Tax, $26 26;
penalty, $2 62; costs. $2: total, $30 87.
ROBINSON E. N. Possessory Interest In
and to lot No 9, la Mock No 59, of the Iowa of
Karekt. in Eureka county and State of Nevada.
Improvements, frame house. Tax, II 25; pen
alty, 52c; costs. $2; total. $7 77.
BPINNRR WM. Personal property, furni
ture. Possessory interest In and to lot No 10,
block Ne 52, of the town of Eureka, In Eureka
county, and State of Nevada. Tax. 92 79; pen
alty, 27c; costs, 92; total, $5.
HSUGMAN AND EUREKA AND NEVADA
SOUTHERN RAILROAD COMPANY. Posses
sory interest in and to about 7 miles of
unfinished railroad track, grade or roadbed, the
•erne extending from the town of Eureka In a
southerly direction to the western line of
White Pine county, the earns being in Kureka
county, State of Nevada, and known aa a part
of the Heligman, Eureka and Nevada Southern
railroad-1700 Poeeeeaoty interest in and to
a piece of land situated in Eareka Canyon, 8 of
the town of Eureka, in Eureka county. State of
Nevada, known aa the Ryland Tract, and de
scribed aa follows, to wit: Commencing at a I
post on tha S line of the Bailey tract on the W
side of stag* road, and running thence 8, 09 1
deg W, 150 fast , thence 8, 66 deg 15 min W, 188
feet, to e poet; tbsnce 8, 17 deg 30 min E, 44
feet, to a post; thence 8, 16 deg 39 min E, 456
feet, to a poet; thance N. 64 deg 15 min, 260
feet, to a poet; thence N, 0 deg 60 min W, 600
feet to the place of beginning, contain****_
acres—9100. Possessory interest in and to a
piece of land aituaiad 8 of the town of Eureka,
in Eureka Canyon. Eareka county, State of Ne
vada, Known as the BaUey tract, and described
aa follows, to wit: Commencing at the 8E cor
ner of the McCoy survey, and running thence
8, 62 deg 40 min W, 173 feet, to e poet; thence
8, 12 deg 15 min E, 710 feet, to e stake sod
stone monument; thence 8, 74 deg 45 min, 99
feet, to a poet; thence 8, 30 deg E, 432 feet to a
poet; thence N, 00 deg 30 min E, 47 feet, to a
poet; thence N, 66 deg 16 min E, 410 feet, to a
post; thenoe N, 69 deg 30 min E, 166 feet, to a
poet; thence N. 69 deg 30 min K, 600 feet, to a
post; thence N, 25 deg 49 min, 425 feet, to a
post; thenoe 8, 88 deg 80 min W, 126 feet, to a
post. thence N, 50 deg 15 min W, 600 feet to a
post, thence 8, 48 deg 80 min W. 215 feet, to a
poet; thence N, 63 deg 30 min W, 205 feet, to a
post; thence N, 37 deg 80 min W, 176 feat, to
the pleoc of beginning. Magnetic variation 10
deg 30 min E. containing — acres—$100. Pos
sessory interest in and to a piece of land with
springs thereon, situated about 1 mile north
uvesterly from Pinto Station, Eureka oounty,
state of Nevada known aa the Gilmour Springs
Ranch, and described as follows, to wit: Com
mencing at a point 1-10 mile W from the oenter
of spring, and running thence N, 1-8 mile to a
•take; thence E 1-4 mile to a stake; thenoe 8 1-4
mile to a stake; thencs W 1-4 mile to a stake;
thence 1-8 mil# to place of beginning,containing
40 acres-$50. Possessory interest in and to a
piece of laud situated J mile westerly from the
Pinto mill, in Eureka county, State of Nevada,
known as ihe Fitzpatrick Spring ranch, and de
scrlhed as follows, to wit: Commencing at
a point 1-1<5 mile W from the center of spring
sod running thence N 1-8 mile; thence K 1-4
mile; thence 8 1-4 mile; thence W 1-4 mile;
thence N 1-8 mile to the place of beginning,
containing 40 acres—$60. Tax. $30; penalty, |3;
costs. $2; total $35.
SADLER R CO., (R. Sadler, President).
Poaee aory interest in and to lot No 4, In block
No 37, of the town of Eureka,In Eureka county,
and State of Nevada. Improvements, b.ick
house. Poeseesory Interest in end to lot No 6,
In block No 37, of the town of Eureka, in Eu
reka county, State of Nevada. Improvements,
brick house. Possessory Interest in and to loft
No 4, to block No 68, of the town of Enreka, In
Eureka county, and State of Nevada. Improve
ments, atone warehouse. Tax, $129 60; penalty,
$12 96; costa, *2; total, $144 46.
STORY WM. M. Jr. Possessory Interest In
and to a tract of land situated on the NW side
of Diamond Valley, adjoining the Sadler ranch
on the N, in Eureka county, and State of Ne
vada, and described as follows, to wit: Being
the NW M of 8E * sec 18, T 24 N, B53 E, con
taining 4o acres; N k of SW 'a seo 18, T 24 N.R
53 E, containing 80 acres; NE $ of 8E \ sec 18,
T 24 N, R 52 E, containing 40 acres. Tax, $6;
penalty. 60c; coats, $2; total, $8 60.
WILSON B. F. Title in fee in and to a piece
of land altuated 8 of and near Palisade on the
8W 14 «ec 35, T 32 N, R 51 E, In Eureka county,
and State of Nevada, and described as follows,
to wit: Commencing at a point 50 feet south
easterly from a point on center line of track of
the E and P railroad, said point being 200 feet
southweetly from the 8 pier of the E4PRR
bridge crossing the Humboldt river, and run
ning thence southeasterly at right angles with
the track of said railroad 550 feet; thence at
right angles southwesterly to a point 50 feet
distant and at right angles from the center
line of said railroad; thence northerly parallel
with said railroad and 50 feet distant from ths
center line thereof to the place of beginning,
containing 5 acres. Tax, $1 59; penalty, 15c;
coeta. $2; total, $3 65.
WILLIAMS CHARLES. Possessory interest
in and to the W 50 feet of lot No 2, in block No
40 of the town of Eureka, in Eureka county,
and State of Nevada. Improvements, frame
house. Possessory interest in and to lot No 10,
in block No 40. or the town of Eureka, In Eu
reka county, and State of Nevada. Improve
ments, frame house. Poeseesory Interest in
and to lot No 11. In block No 40, of the town of
Eureka, in Eureka county, and State of Nevada.
Improvement*, frame house. Poeseesory in
terest lu and to the N 12H feet of lot No 9, in
block No 40, of the town of Eureka, Eureka
county, and State of Nevada. Improvements,
small bouae. Tax, $15 75; penalty, $1 67; coats,
$2; total, 819 32.
WREN THOMAS. Improvements, frame
house need for lodging at PhUllpeburg. Per
sonal property, engine, boiler and other ma
chinery at the town of Phlllipabnrg, machinery
at the Martin White furnace. Possessory in
terest in and to a piece of land situated at the
town of PhUllpeburg in Eureka county, and
State of Nevada, and described as follows, to
wit: Commencing at the NW corner af lower
water tank and rnnuing thence S 330 feet;
thence W 330 feet; thence N 330 feet; thence E
330 feet to the place of beginning. Improve
ments. water jacket furnace, frame house over
furnace, frame house used for office, frame
water tank. Tax, $52 50; penalty, $6 ?5; coats,
$2: total, $59 75.
Notioe is further given that in delanltof the
payment of said sums, the undersigned as
County Treasury of said Eureka county, and
Ex-offlelo Tax Receiver thereof, will, on
Honday, the 20th Day of January,
A. D. 1890,
•ell at public auction at the Courthouse door of
the said Eureka county, In the tow a of
Kureka, to (be highest end best bidder for
cash, the above described property or so
much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the
amount of said tax. penalty and oost of adver.
Using, and that such sales will he subject to
redemption within six mouths after the date of
sal by payment of all said sums with thres per
cent per month thereon from date of sale until
J. C. POWELL.* Treasurer,
and ex-offlcioTax Receiver,
lureke, Nevada, November 30.1889. n30td
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THE MURRAY MEDICINE CO..
Kansas City, Me.
gar Sold In Eureka by J. 8. CAP RON.
ONE BUCKSKIN HORSE ABOUT F1F
teen and a half hanls high, right hind
foot white up to the hock, small star in forehead,
about 7 years old, and weighs about 1,000
pounds, came te ranch about Oct. 2, 1888.
Branded and vented on shoulder and hip
and no other brands visible. The above de
scribed horse came to the old Danay ranch.
Eureka county, Nev., about the time above
stated. J. T. ORUMPACKSa.
lurvka, Nov, 0, I860. ultm
Application for a Patent.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, I
Ecebka, Nevada, Oct. 17. 1889. j
Notice is hereby oivin that
the Eureka Consolidated Mining Com
pany, whoee Postoftce address la 306 Pine
afreet. Ban Francisco, Gal., bee this day by Its
duly authorised agent. H. C. McTerney, filed
hts application for a patent for 1,143 linear feet
of the Fries mine or vein, bearing gold and
silver, with surface ground 443 feet in width,
situated in Eureka Mining District, county
of Eureka, and State of Nevada, and designated
by the field notes end official plat on file in thla
offlee as lot No 308 on unsurveted land. Said
lot No 308 being described as follows, to wit:
Magwtlc variation 17 deg 30 min eaat.
Beginning at a post marked No 1 U 8 survey
No 3u8, the same being also post No 1 U 8 sur
vey No 40 on the Sentinel lode, post No 1 U 8
survey No 85 on the Surplus lsde, and post No
1 on the Elllptie, whence L* S mineral monu
ment on e rocky peak No 2 on summit of
Silver Hill bean 8 70 deg 04 min E, 6,200 feet,
V 8 mineral monument on the highest point of
Buby Hill No 1 beers N 65 deg 19 min W,
1,137 feet, poet No 1 U 8 survey No 119 on Mar
oellna Eaat lode bears N 41 deg 50 min W, 60
feet, poet No 5 U 8 survey No 49 on the Luplt*
lode beers N 50 deg 43 min W, 348, post marked
Sentinel No 3, Mammoth No 4 and At Lest No
3 beara No 67 deg 15 min W, 755 9 feet, poet No
1 U 8 survey No 300 bears N 62 deg W, 177*
feet, and the Lawton shaft beara N 10 deg 16
min W, 126 feet; thence N 52 deg W, 1,123* fset to
a post marked NolUB survey No 308; thence
N 38 deg E, 236 fset to a post marked No 3
U 8 survsy No 308, whence a poet marked
Rich mood, Utah ami Eureka Oon. Company
bears N 34 deg 63 min E, 10 feet, post No 6 on
Skylark lode U 8 survey No 66 bears 8 60 deg
*7 min E, 713 feet, post No 4 on Callaway lode
beara 8 72 deg 21 min E, 928 H feet; thence 8
62 deg 89 min E, 1,143 feet to e poet marked No
4 U 8 survey Mo 308 ; thence 8 38 deg W, 443
fset to a post marked No 1 U 8 survey No 308,
the place of beginning, containing 8.74 acree.
This claim la for 1.143 linear feet, but excludes
the following portions of previous surveys:
1st exclusion—Beginning at a poat No 2
U 8 survey No 308 and running thence N 38
deg E, 60 feet; thence S 62 deg E,
451.2 feet; thence N 651* deg E. 60 feet;
thence B 67 deg E.341 feet; thence 8 46* deg
W, 184 feet;thence N 62 deg W, 776.6 feet to the
Slace of beginning, containing, 1.53 acras of U
survey No 49 on the Lnpite lode.
2d exclusion—Beginning at a point 8 50 deg
27 min E, 713 feet from post No 3 U 8 survey
No 308, aaid point beijg a post No 6 U 8 survey
No 56 on Skylark lode and running thence N
33 deg E, 156 feet; thence 8 62 deg 80 min E, 200
feet; thence 8 33 deg W, 175 feet; thence N 57
deg W, 7 feet; thence N 8 deg W, 15 H feet;
thence N 73 deg 30 min W, 41 leet; thence N
57 deg W, 143.2 feet to the place of tieglnnlng,
containing 0.76 acres of U S survey Mo 56 on
3d Exclusion—Beginning at post No 1 U 8
survey No 308 and running thence N 9 deg 45
min W, 68 feet; thence N 8 deg W, 99* feet;
thence N 64 deg E, 336,2 feet; thence S 62 deg.
30 min E, 29,6 feet; thence 8 38 deg W, 443 feet
to the place of beginning, containing 0.72 acres
of U 8 survey No 86 on Surplus lode.
4th exclusion—Beginning at poat No 1 U 8
•urvey No 308 and running thence N 52 deg W,
53.3 feet; thence N 9 deg E, 12 9 feet; thence 8
81 deg E, 33 6 ft; thence 8 9 deg 45 min E.40 9 ft
to the place of beginning .containing 661.6 feet
(.014 of an acre) of U 8 survey No 119 ou Mar*
celina Eaat lode.
Total area of U 8. aurvey308 on Fries
lode.8 74 acree
Area in conflict with U 8 survey
No 49.1.63 scree.
Area In conflict with C 8 survey
No 66 .0.76 acres.
Area in conflict with U 8 survey
No 86.0 72 acres.
Area in conflict with U 8 survey
No 119.014 seres. 3.02 acres
Remaining area of U 8 survey No 308 5.72 acres
The location of this mine is recorded in the
Recorder's office of Eureka Mining District in
book Q psge 420.
The adjoining claimants are on the southwest
the Lupite and Sentinel, on the southeast the
Any and all persons claiming adversely any
portion of aaid Fries mine or surface gr und
are required to fl:« their adverse claims
with the Register of the United 8tates Land
Office at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, dur
ing the sixty days’ period of publication hereof,
or they will be barred by virtue of the provis
ions of the Statute.
D. H. HALL, Register.
It is hereby ordered that the foregoing notice
of application for a patent be published for the
period of ten consecutive weeks in the
Eureka Skntiku., a weekly newspaper pub
lished at Eureka. Eureka county, Nevada.
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PALISADE SILVER MINING COMPANY.
Location of principal place of business,
San Franolseo, California; location of works,
Salford District, Kureks eonnty, Nevada.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting of
the Board of Director*, held on Friday, the let
day of November. 1889, an assessment (No. 2)
of five cents per share was levied upon the
capital stock of the corporation, payable im
mediately in United States gold coin, to the
Secretary, at the office of the company. No, 6?
Nevada block, No. 309 Montgomery street, San
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