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Application for a Patent. c. 8. Lajtd Ohm, Kcm*. N«^ Notice U hereby given that Thomae 1 Hd^nidSlSolii Barlow, .bore P«t "®ce sddree. ia Eureka. Eureka county. Nireda, haathiaday filad thair appliretioi, for a patent for fourteen hundred linear feet of the Democrat mine or rein bearing gold and aUrer, with surface ground ni hundred fret in width, situated in Kureks Mining Diatrict, County of Eureka, State of Nevada, and dengnated bv the field notee an<l official plat «* «!• i» this offics as lot number 810, said lot num ber 810 being described as follows, to wit Beginning at s post marked number 1. U 8 survey number 31*. whenoe US mineral monument number 10 bear. N 30 deg 35 min W, 3,411 feet. This post is also the original location monument: thence running 8 1,400 feet to mat m.rked number t, U S eurvey number 310, th. original location monument of this claim, »ud post number 4, the northeast corner of V 8 survey number 89, llacine lode, whence U 8 mineral monument nnmber 1, lfuby Hill, bears 9 14 deg 15 min W, 5,159 feet; thenoe 9 89 1 2 deg W, 20( feel to poet marked number 3, i s Survey No 89, and the original location monument. This is also post number 3 of said Racin. survey; thence N 127 feet to the southern boundary of U 9 survey number 196, Ori ental aud Belmont lode, whence post num ber 4, the southeast oornsr of said Oriental and Belmont survey hears 9 89 1-4 deg E. 12.8 feet, 1,400 feet to poet marked num ber 4, U 9 eurvey number 310, and the original location monument, and thenc. N 89 1-2 deg E, 200 feet to post number 1, the place of beginning, containing 6.4? Acres, So much of thia survey as conflicts with U 8 survey number 196, Oriental and Bel mont lode is hereby excluded. 8aid con flict is described as follows: Beginning st post number 4 of this sur vey number 310. and running thence N 8? 1-2 deg E, 40.4 feet; thence 8 1.1-4 deg W, 1,274 feet to post number 4 if said Oriental and Belmont survey; thenoe N 89 1-4det W, 12.8 feet, and thence N 1,273 feet V the place of beginning, containing 0.78 acres. Total area of survey.6.43 acre. Area in conflict with U 8 surrey number 196.0.78 acres Remaining area.5.65 acre. Magnetic variation, 16 1-2 deg east, con taining 5.65 acres. The location of this mine is recorded in the Recorder’s office of Eureka Minin;: Diatrict, in book F, page 73. The adjoining claimants are Oriental and Belmont, U 9 survey number 196 and Racine, U 8 survey number 89. Any and all persons claiming adverseh any portion of said Democrat mine or surf ac ground are required to file their ad vers, claims with the Register of the Unite. States Land Office, at Eureka, in theStat. of Nevada, during the sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will b barred by virtue of the provisions of th Statute. D. H. HALL, Register. It is hereby ordered that the foregoin; not'ce of application for patent be pub luhed for the period of sixty days (ten con aecutive weeks), in the Eureka Sihtin'IL, a weekly newspaper published at Eureka. Nerada. D. H. HALL, Register. my 10 No. 924. Application for a Patent U. S. Laud Office, Eureka, Nev., May 3, 1890. Notioe is hereby given that It. W. Lewis, whose Postoffics address is Cortez, Ne vada, has this day, by his duly author ized agent, Maurice Isaac, filed his appli cation for a patent for fifteen hundred linear feet of the Maid Queen mine oi vein bearing gold and silver, with surfac* ground six hundred fee* in width, situated in Cortez Mining District, county of Eu reka, State of Nevada, and designated b\ the field notes and official plat on file in thb office as lot number 52, unsurveyed land said lot No 52 being described as follows t< wit: Beginning at a post marked number 2. U 8 survey number 52, whence U 8 min eral monument number 1 bears 8 6 deg E. 109 1-2 feet and post number 3, the south west corner of U 8 survey number 47 Ventura lode, bears 8 16 3-4 K, 1401-1 feet; thence running 1st course 8 6 deg E 1,500 feet to post marked number 2, U 1* survey number 52, which is at the origins1 location monument ;thence 2d course 8 72 det W, 600 feet, to post marked number 3, V 8 survey number 52, which is at the orig inal location monument; thence 3d course N 6 deg W, 1,500 feet to post marked number 4, U 8 survey number 52 at tht original location monument; and thenc 4th course N 72 deg K, 600 feet to post number l, the place of beginning. Magnetic variation, 17 1-2 deg east, con taining 20 21-100 acres. The location of this mine is recorded ii. the Recorder's office of Cortez Mining Pis trict, in book C, page 107. The adjoining claimants are the Ven tura on the northeast. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Maid Queen mine or sur face ground are required to file their ad verse claims with the Register of th* United States Land Office at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the sixty day^ period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of th Statute. D. H. HALL, Register. It is hereby ordered that the foregoing notice of application for patent be pub lished for tbe period of sixty days (If consecutive weeks), in the Eureka Senti mkl, a weekly newspaper published at Eureka, Nevada. D. H. HALL, Register. mylO nsroTiaiE. !■ Ibe District Court of tbs State of Movada. Kareba Coaatp. la the Matter of the Estate of Deyld H. Rob erta, Deceaaed. "ETOTIOE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT XT Mary Roberta has Sled with the Clerk ot laid Court a petition preying tor letters teste meotery of the eetele of Oerid H. Roberts, de cessed, and that Thursday, the Md day 01 May, 1890, at 1 o’clock r. ■., the same being a dny of the regular tenniou of sold Court, a. the Courthouse, and in the courtroom thereof, lu the town of Eureka, said oount\ end Stele, hss been set for the hearing of enid petition, when end where any person interested may appear end ehow oaune why laid petition should not be granted IN WITNESS WHEREOF I HAVE HEREUNTO set my hand officially and affixed renal..] the seal of sold Court, Utls Sd dny ol May. 1890. a F. H. HARMON. County Clark, Eureka county, Nerode, end ez officio Clerk of eeld Court. mylO td KOTICE. POSTPONED. I HIE AUCTION SALE OF THE PROPERTY belonging to the estate of the late Eugene Robinson at Sellgman. Nevada, heretofore advertised te take place May 7. 1890. owing to the atill Impassable condition of the road a leading into Sellgman, haa been postponed until further notice. MRS. IRENE M. ROBINSON. Executrix and Attorney-in-fact for surviving partners. Sellgman, April 98. 1890. myS-lt WEAK, NERVOUS MEN 32 asjsrs «ssrsjst3 Body end Mind. etc., we will send yea full per Uculeie of the only safe end natural hums cur frueSST: N.y%£. H,ldai£LS°w„* £SiS!SS?*'m**015“ REGULATIONS ..or th*. PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF EUREKA DISTRICT. Section 1. The echnole of this district shall lie classified as Primary, Grammar, and High Schools. Sec. 2. The school year shall begin on the first day of September and end on the last day of August. Sec. 3. The first term of the public schools shall commence on the first Mon day of September and end on the third Friday of December. The second term shall commence on the Monday following the first day of January and end on the third Friday in June. There shall be a vacation embracing the fourth week in June and including the months of July and August. On Saturday and Sunday there shall be no school, nor on legal holidays, State or national, except election day. Sec. 4. The Board have power to sus pend the school in cases of emergency. Sec. 5. Kach school day shall consist of two sessions. The morning session shall begin at 9 o'clock and end at 12 M. There shall be a recess of fifteen minutes at 10:30 a. M. The afternoon session shall begin at 1 r. u. A calisthenic exercise of five minutes shall be given at 10 A. K., and 2 F. w. in oil grades. Sec. 6. In the Third ami Fourth Pri mary Grades a recess of fifteen minute, may be given at 1:45. If the recess is not given the Third or Fourth Grades shal. close at 2:30 p. M. DUTIES or TEACHERS. Sec. 7. All teacher* are required to make themselves familiar with the rules and regulation* of the Board of Trusties, and particularly those that relate to their school duties. Sec. 8. Teachers shall punctually keep the hours for opening and dismissing the schools, and one shall remain upon the premises during the intermission at noon. Sec. 9. Teachers shall be in their class rooms fifteen minute* before 9 o'clock, by the town time. The Principal shall keep a record of the attendance and absence of I assistants, including his own record. Any teacher r ported tardy three or more time* luring any one school month, shall report personally to the Board. Section 10. Corporal punishment shall be resorted to only in cases where other means fail to secure obedience. No cruel or unusual punishment shall be allowed. Sec. 11. Principal shall record in the State Register each case of corporal pun ishment, and the name, age and offense of the pupil. Sec. 12. Principal shall require the school doors to be opened and bell rung at least 15 minutes before 9 o'clock, and again tor the admission of pupils to their clas* r«»oms at 9 o’clock; lines shall then be formed and pnpils shall be marched into their class rooms. I:i stormy weather the loora shall be opened at 8:30 o'clock, if necessary. Sec. 13. It shall be the duty of the Principal, whenever a teacher is absent from her class at 9 o'clock a. m., to report to the Board, unless said teacher shall in form the Principal beforehand that she will not be present before 9:15 o’clock. Sec. 14. Principal shall be responsible for the general discipline of the schools. Sec. 15, Principal shall give such direc | tions to the janitor ef his schools as will insure the cleanliness and neatness of the yard, class rooms and furniture, and, if the janitor fail to follow hi* instructions, shall report to Board. Principal shall be responsible for the care of school buildings, ana for the loss of keys belonging to schools under his charge. Assistants aud janitor shall be responsible to Principal for keys lost by them. Sec, 16. Principal shall devote at least one hour each day directing the methods of instruction pursued by his assistant*, tie shall personally inspect the building, yard and outhouses daily, and report any delinquencies of janitor. He shall remain in the building half an hour after the close of school in the afternoon for the purpose of transacting business relating to school with parents and others. During the time set for instruction, Principal must not abandon his duties of instruction for the performance of business which i* not ur gent in its nature, but must require per sons desiring business with him to return during the hours set apart exclusively for that purpose. Sec. 17. Principal shall report to the Board in regard to the success of all teach er* who are employed in the schools, and mention any circumstance which may have affected their success. Sec. 18. Pupil* who have been found thoroughly proficient at the semi-annual examination may he promoted by the Principal. Principal desiring to have any pupil transferred to a lower grade shall re port the case to the Board. Sec. 19. Principal may grant a hall hol iday on Fridav afternoon, once a month, to the ten pupils in each class ranking the highest in scholarship and deportment dur ing the previous month. Sec. 20. Principal is prohibited from reprimanding a department teacher in the presence of other teachers, or in the pres ence oI the pupils. Sec. 21. Principal shall call a meeting of assistants at least once In each school month, for the discussion of methods of in struction and discipline, and for this pur pose Principal may dismiss the schools at 2 p. M. Principal shall not have power to call teachers' meetings during school hours other than as provided in this section. Sec. 22. Each teacher shall keep a State Register, in the required form, of all scholars attending, their ages, daily at tendance and time of continuance at school, and such further statistics as may be required by the Superintendent of Pub lic Instruction. Sec. 23. Principal shall see that all rec ord books are correctly kept, but in such records assistants shall be allowed a rea sonable discretion in manner of crediting pupils, both by weekly and monthly exam inations. Sec. 24. Teachers shall have power to hold pupils to a strict accountability for any disorderly conduct on the school prem ises. They shall endeavor to prevent them from gathering around the premises before the time of opening the school, and shall require them to go home immedi ately after dismissal. Sec. 25. Teachers shall give vigilant at tention to the ventilation and temperature of their rooms, and especially avoid an ex cessive degree of heat. At each recess they shall open the doors and windows so as to secure an effectual change of air At other times windows shall lie opened by lowering them from the top, and children must not be allowed to sit in a strong cur rent of air. Sec. 26. Teachers shall neither advise nor require pupils to purchase books of any kind, except those recommended by the State Board of Education. Sec. 27. No advertisements shall be read, distributed, or given in school, nor shall any new.papers, books, publications, or articles of any kind be advertised, dis tributed or exhibited in school by the teachers, pupils or other persona Sec. 28. It shall be the duty of all teachers to impress on the minds of their pupils the |irinciples of morality, truth, justice and patriotism; to teach them to avoid idleness, profanity and falsehood; to instruct them in the principles of our Gov ernment, and to train them up to a true comprehension of the rights, duties and dignities of American citizenship. DUTIES AHD BIGHTS or PUPILS. Sec. 29. All schools in this district shall be open only for the admission of pupils over six years of age. Sec. 30. Willful disobedience, habitual truancy, habitual vulgarity or profanity, stealing or carrying deadly or dangerous weapons, shall constitute good cause for suspension oi expulsion from school. Sec. 31. Principal shall strictly pro hibit the use of tobacco iu any form by the pupils, either on the school premises or on their way to and from school. Sec. 32. Principal shall have power to suspend pupils for a period not exceeding one week, and where the case, in his judg ment, merits IT greater penalty, he shall repoit the fact to the Trustees who will in res titrate the case and settle the same of •xpel, if in their judgment the case war ‘ante it , . Sec. 33. All casee of suspension and the causes therefor shall be reported by the Principal immediately t<» the patents or guardians, as well as to the Trustee*. Principal shall also notify the Trustees when suspended pupils are reinstated. Sec. 34. The unexcused absence of a pupil three days, or three acts of unex cused tardiness, in any scUo-d mouth, shall be good cause for forfeiture of seat; but on personal application by the parent or guardian, the Principal may remit. Sec. 35. Pupils who shall in any wav Jeface or injure any tchool property shall be liable to suspension or expulsion, aud their parents shall be liable for damage* Dn complaint of the Principal or Trustee*. Pupils whose parent* shall have created a disturbance in school, or shall have cen sured, abused or insulted any teacher be fore their class®-, or on the school prem ises, shall be liable to suspension or expul sion. Sec. 3*3. Whenever a pupil is absent con tinuously the teacher shall notify the parents, unless satisfactory informa tion of the cause of the absence is ob tained. Sec. 37. Pupils detained from school must bring a written excuse from their parents on their return. A written or per sonal excuse from the parent must be re quired in cases of tardiness or dismissal before the close of schools, but no pupil shall be sent home for an excuse during session hours, except by the Principal, nor shall any pupil be sent for absent or tardy pupils. Sec. 38. No pupils shall be absent a part of the day for the pur(>ose of receiv ing instruction elsewhere, except by per mission of the Principal. Sec. 39. Pupils who are not in their class rooms at 9 o'clock A. M. shall be marked as tardy. Sec. 40. Priucipal shall report the names of habitual truants to the Clerk of the Board, whenever the case requires the assistance of the Constable. Sec. 41. All pupils not in delicate health shall be required to pass out of the class rooms at recesses, except in inclement weather. Sec. 42. Teachers are recommended to avoid detention after school hours, except in extreme cases. Sec. 43. Pupils shall givs due attention to personal neatness and cleanliness, and any who fail in this respect must be sent home to be properly prepared for school. Any pupil who has not been vaccinated or who is alfected with any contagious dis- | ease, or in whose family there may be any contagious disease, shall not be allowed to remain in school or return to school with out a certificate from the attending physi cian that all danger of contagion is past. Sec. 44. Pupils on entering school shall be furnished with a lint of books and other articles required in the course of study, and the neglect or refusal of parents to supply the required books within one week shall constitute cause for forfeiture of seat. Sec. 45. Whenever the Pi incipal is sat isfied that parents are too poor to furnish books, he shall make out a list on the proper blanks, which shall be signed by the parent in the presence of the Principal, returned to the Principal and by him to the Trustees, who will turnish the books. All books so supplied shall be numbered and labeled as library books, and shall be collected by the Principal at the end o each teun and placed in the school library to be used as occasion may require in sup plying other nupils. No pupil who fails to return books in reasonably good condition shall be transferred or supplied with books in the future. Sec. 46. Principal and assistants shall read to their pupils the rules which govern their, namely, sections 24, 27, 29 to 46 in clusive, on the first school day of each term. GENERAL REGULATIONS. Sec. 47. School buildings shall be used exclusively for public instruction. Sec. 48. Whenever a female teacher marries, her position in the district tnereby becomes vacant. Sec. 49. No non-resident pupil shall be admitted to a seat in the schools of this district until the school moneys due by ap portionment to such children has been transferred as provided by law. “ COURSE OF STUDY.” FIRST YEAR-FOURTH PRIMARY, LANGUAGE. Conversations—Talks about familiar ob jects; qualities of objects discovered and statements made. Reading — Sentences from blackboard and chart. First Reader, simple stories read by pupils and teacher aa supplement ary exercises. Spelling—Words selected from leading lessons and other exercises; also spelling by sound. Written Work — Statements copied from blackboard. Description of objects in short sentences. Use of capitals and punctuation marks. MATHEMATICS. Number Work—Development of num bers from 1 to 30 with objects. Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of numbers, making combination up to 30. Exercises in making and solving practical problems. Form—Sphere, cylinder, cube, prism, cone and pyramid; lines and angles. Size—Inch, foot, yard; pint, quart, gal lon developed. PRIMARY SCIENCE. Lessons in Place—Directions and cardi nal points developed. Map of schoolroom drawn. Animals and Plants—Parts of the body; talks about roots, stems, leaves and flow ers. Color—Red, yellow, blue, orange, green and purple; also tints and shades. SECOND AND THIRD YEARS— THIRD PRIMARY. LANGUAGE. Oral and Written Work—Copying read ing lessons. Oral and written descrip tions of familiar objects. Telling, asking and commanding statements made. Cspi tals and punctuation. Reading — Second Reade “Cats and Dogs ” used as supplementary reading. Spelling—Words of the Reader, together with words suggested by the other subjects. Spelling by sound. MATHEMATICS. Number—From 30 up. Problems com prising the fundamental rules. Fractions developed objectively. Form—Geometrical forms in general. Size—Ounce, pound, etc.; also square measure. PRIMARY SCIENCE. Place—Streets of town; principal build ings; pursuits of people; physical features Eureka county—its physical features; nat ural and mechanical products; principal towns, etc. General features of Nevada. Animals—Review of the parts of the body. Care of the body. Lessons in in sects, snails, etc. Plants—Leaves, buds, stems and fruit. How they grow; seeds and pods examined. FOURTH AND FIFTH YEARS-SEC OND PRIMARY. LANGUAGE. Oral Practice—Topical recitations and oral descriptions of animals and occupa tions. Written Work—Writing from dictation; reproduction of simple stories. Reading—Third Reader. “Feathers and Fur,” and “Stories from American His tory,” used as supplementary reading. Spelling—All words in reading and other lessons. MATHEMATICS. Number—Practical problems made and solved In the fundamental rules and frac tions. PRIMARY SCIENCE. Place—County and State reviewed and their maos drawn. AnimaJs— Lesson on the bones, skin, nerves and muscles. Foods discussed. Rules of health. Minerals—Lessons in the common rocks and minerals and collections of specimens. SIXTH AND SEVENTH YEARS— FIRST PRIMARY. LANGUAGE. Oral Practice—Topical recitations and conversation* on bird*, plant, and miner ill, , Written Woik—Reproduction of »torie> and reading lnoM. Letter writing, note*, receipt*, order*, bilk* . Reeling—Fourth Reader and supple m ntary reading. , . „ Spelling—All word* occurring in reading and other .abject*. List* of words made and studied. MATHEMATICS. Arithmetic — Book introduced. Com mon and decimal fractions. Denominate numbers. PRIMARY 8CIENC1. Fhysiolegy—Primer of Physiology. Plant*—Specimens prepared and drawn. Geography—Elements. The earth a* a 1 globe; the wtudy of the continents and countries of the continent*. Geographical readings. Modeling. ART. Writing—Written work with pen and ink. Writing from copie*. • Drawing—'lap drawing and drawing I natural objects. ______ EIGHTH AND NINTH YEAK3— GKAMMAK DKl’AKTMENT. LANGUAGE. Language—Text book used as guide. Reproduction of stories and sketches. Writing from outlines. letter writing. Healing — Fifth Header. Johnnots “Wings and Fins,” aod Wkwood’s “ Birds,” used as supplemenUry reading. Spelling—All words used in the room in different books, together with lists of words prepared by the teacher. MATHEMATICS. Arithmetic. Denominate numbers, per centage and interest. SCIENCE. Physiology—-Elementary physiology. Geography -- Political geography com pleted and geographical readings. History—History of the Uuited States and historical sketches. ART. Penmanship. _ HIGH SCHOOL—VIllijT YEAB. ! LANGUAGE. English Grammar—Text book as guide. Reproduction of poems and sketches. Composition work from outlines. Reading—The writings of ljongfellow, Whittier, Irving and Goldsmith studied. Spelling—All the words used spelled and defined. MATH EMETICS. Arithmetic—Entire year spent on prac tical arithmetic. Form—Inventions with lines, angles, etc. SCIENCE. Geography—Physical geography. History—united States completed and reviewed. _ SECOND YEAR. LANGUAGE. Reading and Literature—Study of the writings of Gray, Hawthorne, Bryant and Burns. Grammar—Analysis. Original compo sition work. Spelling—All thtf* words of the school lessons. MATHEMATICS. Arithmetic—Arithmetic completed and reviewed. Algebra begun. Bookkeeping—Single entry bookkeeping. SCIENCE. Physiology—Hygienic Physiology. Physical Geography reviewed. THIRD YEAR. LANGUAGE. Rhetoric—Text book studied. Literature—Writings of Holmes, Scott, Tennyson, Lowell, Emerson, and Bur roughs studied. Spelling—All the words of the school lessons. MATHEMATICS. Algebra completed. Arithmetic reviewed. SCIENCE. Chemistry—Natural Philosophy FOURTH YEAR. LANGUAGE. Literature — The writings of Stedman, Addison, Milton and Shakespeare studied. MATHEMATICS. Geometry—Plane Geometry. SCIENCE. Geology with text book and specimens. Pedagogics — Methods of teaching. School management. History of educa tion. Elementary psychology. Civil Government — Analysis of the United States Constitution. History—Outlines of the world’s history. ART. Penmanship and drawing throughout the High School course. SOCIETIES. KNIGHTS OF^ PYTHIAS. THE REGULAR MEETINGS OF BEA. tiflc Lodge No. 7, K. of F., will b. bold »t their C.ille Hell every FRIDAT evening .t 7:30 o'clock until further notice. Sojourning Brotb er. are cordially Invited to attend. CHARLES BARBIERI, C. 0. Jammu Wilbo.v, K. of R and B. ST. JOHN'S CHAFTEB, MO. B. The stated convocations of bt. John*. Chapter, No. S. B. A. M., will be bald at Maaonlo Hall on tba Saturday naxt •ncceeding tba pal. of the moon In ..eh month. ALEX. FRASER, H. P. A. D. Boo* Secretary. mm Notice ot Dissolution. Notice is hereby given that the firm of Torre A Barbleri. of the town »n<l county of EurekA, Bute of Nevada, hare day dissolved their copartnership In the kiDi* 9* business they haye been etc *a*ed In. All persoua IndabUd to tha leU rf Qoeated to mak e immediate payment IhonM l**rM,n, kavlng bills against the Arm should present them at once. „ . TOBBE A BABB1ERI. Curcka. Heo. JO. 188». dil-lm* Am Absolute Cure. Thd Original Abletine Ointment ta only pat up In large two-onnee tin boxaa, and it an absolute oure for old aoraa. burn*, wounds, ehspped banda, and allakln erup tlons. Will poaitiTely core all klnda of Piles. Ask for tha Original Abidins Oint ment. Sold by John 8. Cspron, druggist, Main street. Eureka, Nevada, at 26 oents pw box; by mUl, 80 oents, miscellaneous;__ [NO. 913.1 Apolication for a Patent. UNITED STATES LAUD OFFICE, ) Ecuia, Nevada, Oat- 17, 1® •• f Notice is hereby gives that the Eureka Consolidated Mining p*n>. whose Poatofice address »• 300 street. San Francisco. Cal., has thla day, b> Ita duly authorised agent, U. 0. McTerney, filed bla application f<*ra patent for at* hundred and fifty linear feet of the Frank mine or vein, bearing gold and diver, with surface ground 400 feet In width, situated in Eureka Mining District, county of *“d State of Nevada, and designated by the field-notes and official plat on file in wa office aa lot No. 309 on unsurveyed land. Said lot No. 309 being described as follows, to wit: Magnetic variation 17 deg 30 min asst. Beginning at a pout marked No 1, C 8 sur vey No 309, whence II 8 mineral monument on a rocky peak No 2 on summit of Silver llill. bears 8 70 deg 33 min E. 0,367 feet, 18 mineral monument on the highest point of Ruby Hill No 1 bears N 67 deg 4.S min W, 960 feet. p<wt No j on U 8 survey No 40, Sentinel lode, being also Bt No 4 on U 8 surrey No 41, on Mammoth e, aud post No 3, on At Last lode, Uesrs N 72 deg 15 min W, 687.3 feet, post No 6 on G 8 survey No 49 on Lupita lode; aleo post No 2 on Elliptic application, bear* N 49 deg 24 min W. 171 feet, poet No 1 on 08 survey No 119 to Mari ellna Hast lode, heart 8 67 deg C9 min E. 118 feet, poet No 1 US survey No 68 on Carson lode, bears 8 64 dag 40 miu E. 241 feet, post No 1, U 8 survey No 40 on Sentinel lode, the same being post No 1 V 8 sun ay No 8* on Surplus lode and post No 1 C 8 survey No 308 on fries lode bears 8 62 deg K, 177* feet, and the oenter of the mouth of Frank tunnel bears 8 36 deg. 36 min E. 137 feet; thence S, 62 deg E. 400 feet to a post marked No 2 U 8 anrvey No 3C9; thence 38 deg W, 630 feet to a poet marked No 2 U 8 survey No 308. whence poet No 1 on Phil Sheridan lode bears N 11 deg 58 min W, 36o feet. Bald post No SUB survey No 309 being on a road it was moved In a 8W direction 12 feet and placed against the NE corner of a frame house, and an Iron peg driven 12 Inches In the ground io place of said post; thence N 52 deg W, 400 feet to a post marked No 4 U 8 survey No 809 « n frank lode; also s post marked Savage being on the HE corner of U 8 survey No 42, whence s poet marked " Buckeye No 2” and Savage being on the NEoomer of C 8 survey No 42, and SE corner U 8 survey No 37 bears N 38 deg f£, luO feet, thence N 38 deg E, 650 feet to a post marked No 1 U 8 survey No 309, the place of beginning. This claim Is for 650 linear feet, containing 5.97 acres, but excludes from 11s surface ground the following portions of previous claims. Ill (lit IUMUU—orgiuiJiug F'-"’• •'” » w u survey No 309 sod running thence ft 5‘J deg E, 177H feet; thence ft 38 deg W, 200 feet; thence N 62 deg W, 177H feet; thence N 3* deg E, ?<» feet to the place of begiunlng, containing 0.81 acres of U 8 survey No 40 Sentinel lode. 2d exclusion—Beginning at a point 8 63 deg E, 177$ feet from post No 1UI aurvey No 309, and running thence 8 62 deg K, 28 feet; thence S s6 deg 46 inln W, 20 feet; thence N 9 d«*g W, 10 feet to the place of beginning, containing 132.7 feet (00 42) of U B survey No 86 on Sur plus lode. 3d exclusion—Beginning at a point S 63 deg E, 117$ feet from poet No 1 D 8 survey No 309, and running thence 8 9 deg E, 19 feet; thence N 80 deg 45 min E, 20 feet. thence ft 62 deg £, 194$ feet; thence S 38 deg W, 61 feet, thence N 81 deg W.311 feet; thence N 9 deg E, 77 2 feet; thence N 38 deg K, 96.1 feet to the place of beginning, containing 0.69 acr»s U 8 aurvey No 119 on Mtrcelina East lode. 4th exclusion -Beginning at a point 8 38 deg W, 200 feet from poet No 1 U ft survey No 309, and running thence ft 53 deg E, 177$ feet; thence 8 38 deg W, 64 feet; thence N 76 deg 45 mio W, 110 feet; Ibe&ct N 62 deg W, 77$ feet; thence N 38 deg E, 100 feet to the place of beginning, containing 0 36 acres U 8 survey No 41 on the Mammoth lode. 6th exclusion—Beginning at a point N 11 deg 58 roln W, 360 feet from post No 3 U 8 survey No 309, the same being poat No 1 of Phil Sher idan, and running thence 8 6 deg 30 min W. 262.7 feet; thence N 52 deg W,206 3 feet; thence N tf deg 30 min E. 69 feet; thence N 67$ deg E, 200 feet to the place of beginning, containing 0 08 acres of Phil Sheridan lode. Total area of U 8 survey No 309 on Frank lode. .6,97 acrea Area in conflict with U 8 survey No 40 . 0 81 acrea. Area in conflict with L' 8 survey No 88.0.0042 acres. Area in conflict with U 8 survey No 119. 69 acres. Area In conflict with U 8 survey No 41. 86 seres. Area in conflict with Phil Sheri dan 68 acrea. 2.44 acres Remaining area of U 8 aurvey No. 309.3 53 acres The location of this mine is recorded in the Heoorder's office of Eureka Mining District, in Book O. page 419. The adjoining claimants are on the northwest the Savage, Buckeye, Mammoth, Sentinel, northeast the Marcelina East Any and all p«r-ons claiming adversely any portion of said Frank mine or surface ground are required to file their adverse claims with the Register of the United States Land Office at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the sixty days' i«srlod of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the Statute. D. H. HALL. Register. 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