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HISTULUN BILLOT.
roll Te»t of Wewodo’R Wow
Election law.
VOTERS SHOULD READ ANO STUDY ITS
PROVISIONS.
Fair aail llm Kleellaaa la Ike
Fa I are II Ike Ian la Observe*.
AN ACT RELATING TO ELECTIONS
AND TO MORE FULLY SECURE
THE SECRECY OF THE BALLOT.
| Approved March IS, 1891. |
The People ol the Bute of Nevada, rep
resented In Senate and Assembly, do en
aol as follows:
Section 1 All ballots caat id election*
(or publio officers within this State shall
be printed and distributed at publio ex
pense. aa hereinafter provided. The
printing of general ticket* and card* of
instruction for the electors of each county,
and the dvlivery of the aamo to the elec
tion officers, as provided for In this Act,
shall be a oonnty charge, the payment of
wbioh shall b* provided for In the same
manner a* the payment of other oonnty
expense*, and in oase of separate elections
for olty, town or diitrloloffloers, the print
ing and delivery of tickets and oards of
instruction shall be oharged upon the oity,
town or district in whiob said tickets and
card* are to be used, the payment ol
wbioh shall be provided for In the tami
manner as the payment of other oity,
oounty or district expenses.
Sec. 2. Any oonvention, as hereinafter
defined, held for the purpoee of making
nominations for public office, and also
electors to the number hereinafter speci
fied, may nomioste oandidalee for public
offisos, to be filled by election within lb<
State. A oonvention within the meaning
of this Aot 1* an organized assemblage of
delegates representing a politioal party,
wbioh, at the last election, before the
holding of auoh oonvention, polled at
least three per cent of the entire vote cast
in the State, oonnty, district or other polit
ioal division, for which the nomination i*
made.
Sic. a. All nominations maae dj such
oeaveation aball be oerlifled aa follow*:
The oerlifloate of nomination, whioh must
be la writing, shall contain the name of
eaoh person nominated, bia residence anJ
office for wbicb be ia nominated, and shall
designate tho parly or principle whioh
•nob oonvenliou represents. It shall b<
signed by tbe Chairman and Secretary o'
snob convention, who shall add to thei>
aignatnrea their respective places of resi
dence, and make oath before an offioei
anthoriaed to administer tbe same, thai
tbe matters stated in anob certificate are
trne to tbe beat of their knowledge and
belief, and a certificate of the said oath
aball be annexed to *aid certificate of
nomination.
Sec. 4. A candidate for public offief
may be nominated otherwise than by *
convention in tbe manner following: A
oirtificate of nomination oontaioing tbe
name of the candidate to be nominated,
with tbe other information required to be
given in tbe cerlifioate provided for in see
tion three of this Aot, shall be signed by
electors residing within tho district or
political division for which candidates are
to be presented, eqnal in namber to ai
least three per cent of tbe entire vote oast
at tbe last prooeding election in the State,
distriot or political division for wbicb th
nomination is to be made; provided, that
anob certificate aball not be valid unless
signed by three voters. Said signature*
need not all be appended to one paper, bn)
each signer shall add to bis signature hi*
place of reaidenoe. One of the signers of
each suoh certificate aball swear that tb»
statements therein made are t-ue to tbi
best of bi* knowledge and belief, and a cer
tificate of snob oath shall be annexed.
Sacb certificate of nomination shall bav
the same efTeot as a certificate of nomina
tion made by a party convention.
Sec 5, Certificates of nomination of
candidates for offices to be voted for by
tbe electors of tbe entire Statu, eball b
filed with the Secretary of Stale. Oerti
ficates of nomination of candidates for all
other public offices shall be filed with th
Clerk* of tbe respective oounties wherein
tbe officers are to be voted for, and where
* diatriot embraces more than one oonnty,
suoh certificates shall be filed with the
Clerk of eaoh of said oounties.
oeu. u. nu uoriiuuEic ui uumiuawuu
shall oontain the name of more than on
candidate for eaoh office to be filled. Nr
person shall join in nominating. nnApi
the provision of Beotion 4 of this Act,
more then one nominee for oaoh office tr
be filled, aod no person who has voted in
a convention, either in person or by proxy,
for or agaiost a candidate for any office
•ball join in nominating, in any manner
any other nominee for that office, and nc
person shall aooept a nomination to more
than ons offioe.
Bec.7. Certificates of nomination re
qnired to be filed with the Secretary ol
State shall not be filed more than sixty
days nor less than forty days before th<
day of eleotion when the nomination h
made by a convention, and not more that
sixty days nor less than thirty days befort
tbs day of eleotion when the nominatioc
is made noder the prorislons of seotior
four of this Act. Shonld a vacancy ooom
from any cause in the list of nominees toi
any office, such vaoancy m»y be filled at am
time before the day of eleotion by the con
venlicn, or by a committee to which tin
convention has delegated the power tf
fill vacancies, or by petitions, as provided
in seotion fonr of this Aot. The Chair
man and Seorotary of the convention, 01
of each committee, or saoh petitioner!
shall make and file with the proper offioei
a certificate, setting forth the name of tbs
person nominated to fill such vacancy, the
office for which Us is nominated, the namt
of the person for whom the new nominee i>
is to be .substituted,and such farther infor
niation as is required to be givon in an
original certificate of nomination. When
snob certificate is filed, the officer with
whom it is filed shall snbetitnte the name ol
the person therein for the ori{inal nomi
nee. by printing, if practicable, or by writ
ing the name of the person thus substi
tuted.
Skc. 8. Net leas than twenty-fire days
before an election to dll any public office
the Secretary of State shall oertify to the
County Clerk of each oounty within the
State the name of each person, and the
name of the offioe for which he is nomin
ated, as specified in the oertifioale of
nomination filed with him.
Sec. 9. Not less than ten days before
an election to fill any poblic office or of
fices, the County Clerk shall canse to be
published all the nominations certified to
or filed with him. Said nominations shall
be published iu a newspaper printed with
in the oonnty. When no newspaper is
printed within the oonnty, the publication
shall bo made by posting a oopy of the
ballot in a pnblio place In eaoh election
precinct wilhio the oounty. one of which
copies shall bs posted at the conrl-house
door. When publication is made by print
ing in newspapers, at least two publications
by such newspapers shall bs required, one
of which shell appear in the last regular
issue of such paper before election day.
Sec. 10. When a proposed Conciliation,
constitutional amendment or other ques
tion in to be submitted for popular vote,
the Secretary of State shall oertify the
same to the several County Clarks, and said
County Clarks shall publish the same as
provided for in seotion 9 of this Act.
Sec. 11. It shall be the duty of the
Connly Clerk to provide printed ballots
for every eleotion for pabtle offioers, in
which any voters within the county parti
cipate, and to cans# to be printed in tbs
ballots prescribed herein, lbs name of eaoh
aod every oandidate whose name baa been
certified to. or filed with him,as provided in
this Aot.' Ballots other than those printed,
as provided in this Aot. shall not be oast,
or counted io any election. All ballots
■ball be printed on tinted paper, furnished
by the Secretary M State. It iball be the
duty of tbeSecretary of Stale to obtain,
and keap on band, a sufficient supply of
such paper tor ballots, and to furnish the
same in quantities ordered to any County
Clerk. Seid paper shall be water-merked
with a design furnish'd by tbe Secretary
of State, in snob a manner that tba said
water-mark iball be pla.uly dleohrnable on
the outside of inch ballot wbeo prop-,
erly folded. Snob design shall be changed
for each general election, and tbe same de
4go shall not be need at any general
election wilbln tbe space of eight
years, bnt at any special or sep
arate local eleotion paper marked with the
design used at eny previous election may
be used.
ssc. li. uq eacn nauot a penorarea
line shall extend from top to bottom, one
half-inch from the right hand tide of suoh
ballot, and upon the half-iuch Atrip thus
formed there shall be no writing or print
ing, except the number of the ballot, which
•hall be upon the back of the strip in each
position that it stall appear on the outside
when the ballot is folded- The nambvr
on each ballot shall be the same as that on
tho corresponding stub and the ballote
and stubs shall be numbered consecutively
in each oounty. Where the names of
candidates are printed in seperate columns,
the columns shsU be separated by heavy
rales, and on all bailors the names of
candidates shall be separated by a rale ex
tending to the extreme right of the
oolamn. All ballots shall contain the
name of each and every candidate whose
nomination for any office specified in the
ballot has been certified to and filed ac
cording to the provisions of this Aot, and
no other name. Tht names of the oandi
dates for each office snail be arraugeo
under the designation of the office in al
phabetical order, according to surname,
except thet tbe name of oradidate# for
Presidential Eleotors shall be arranged in
group# as presented in the several certifi
cate of nomination, and the names of tbi
candidates for President and Vice President
shall precede tbe proper groups of Freei
dential Electors; the politioal deaignetioo
of eech candidate shall bo printed opposite
bis name. There shall be left at tbe end
of tbe list of candidates for eaoh office
one blank spaoe to be need when snbttitut
Ing names to fill vacancies. There ehali
be s margin at the right hand side of tbi
names st least one-balf inch wide, to that
tbe voter may olearly indicate in tbe way
hereinafter described tbe candidate or
-andidatea for whom bo wishes to vote
Whenever sny qneatiofi is to be submitted
to tbe vote of the people, it shall he
printed upon the ballot in such a manner
u to enable tbe eleotors to vote upon tb<
question in tbe msoner hereinafter pro
tided. There shall he printed on tho bal
lots opposite the designation of each
office anch words aa will aid the voter t.
indicate his oboioe of candidates, sneb a
"• vote for one,” “ vote for three,” and tbi
like.
Sec. 13. All ballota, when printed,
shall be bound in stab books of fifty and
■me hundred ballota each. A record of th
number of ballots printed for them shall
be kept by the respective Oonnty Clerks
Sec. 11. The Oonnty Clerks shall pro
ride for each eleotion precioot in tbe
oonnty wherein lees than twenty-five voters
are registered fifty ballots, and in all
other precinots one hundred ballots
for each fifty or fraction of fifty voters
registered to tbe precinct.
Sec. 15. Whenever it shall appear, by
affidavit, that an error or omission haa oc
stirred in the publication of tbe name or
deaoription of any of the candidates
nominated, or in tbe printing of the bal
lote, any member of tbe Board o!
County Commissioners, upon application
by any voter, ehall issne ao order requir
ing the uounty Clerk to correct snob cr
ror.
Sec. 16. Before tbe opening of th
polls, at any eleotion, the County Clerk
shall came to be delivered to tho Board of
Election of each election precinct in hi
oonnty tho proper number of ticketa o'
the kind to be nsed in tho eleotion precinol
In case of prevention of an election in anj
precinct by roaeon of tbe loss or destrnc
don of the ballota intended for that prt *
cinct, or for any other came, the Inspec
tor or other eleotion officer for the pre
cinot shall make an affidavit setting forth
tbe fact and transmit it to the Governor
if tbe State. Upon receipt of snob affida
vit, and npon the application of any candi
date for any offioe to be voted for by thr
voters of such precioot, tbe Governor
shall order a new eleotion in snoh pre
cinot.
Sec. 17. At the same time and in tbi
same manner as Inspectors and Judges o(
Eleotion are now appointed in tbe Stats,
there shall be appointed two Clerks ol
Election, who shall have charge of the bal
lota on eleotion day, and shall fnrnis!
them to the votera io the manner herein
after provided for. Said Clerks of Elec
tion shall possess the same qualifications
and reoeive the same oomneusation as In
speotors of Election. Said Clarks shall bt
selected from tbe political parties which
polled the largest and tbe next larges1
votes in the precinct at tbe last preoediny
general election.
8ec. 18. The Board of Conntjr Com
missloners shall provide, at each polling
pleoe within tbe connty, a sufficient
number of places, booths or oompart
ments, in which voters may oonvenienti)
mark their ballots, so that In the marking,
thereof they may be screened from the obser
ration of others, and a guard rail aball b<
so placed that only such persons as are in
side laid rail can approach within lit
feet of the ballot box, and of snob booth
or compartments. The arrangement
shall be inch that neither the ballot box
nor tbe booths or oomparlments shall b
hidden from tbe view of those jasi oat
side the gnard rail. The number ol
sncb booths or compartments shall be
not less than one for each fifty or fraotior.
of fifty voters registered in tbe preoinct.
Each of said booths or oomparlments
shall be kept provided with proper aup
plies and conveniencea for marking ballots
Mo person, other than votors engaged in
receiring, preparing or depositing their
Dallots. shall be permitted ineide sate
guard rail daring tbe time the polls are
open, except by authority of the Board
of Election, and in that oase only for tin
purpose of keeping order and enforcing
tbe law.
8ec. 19. Any person desiring to vote
shall give bis address to one of tbe Clerks
of Election, who shall announce tbe same,
and if the other Clerk shall find the name
npon the registry list he shall repeat tbi
name and address. One ballot shall then
be given to the voter, and the number of
the said ballot shall be written by one of
the Clerks of Eleotion upoa tbe registry
list opposite tbe name of the voter receiv
ing it.
Seo. 20. On receiving his ballot the
voter shall immediately retire alone to one
of the plaofcs, booths or compartments.
He shall prepare his ballot by marking a
cross or X after the name of the person
for whom he Intends to vote for eaoh of
fice. In case of a constitutional amend
ment or other questions submitted to tbe
voters, the cross or X shall be placed after
the answer which he desires to give. Snob
marking shall be done only with a black
leadpenoil. Before tearing the booth or
oompartment the voter shall fold his bal
lot lo snob a manner that the water-mark
and tbe number oftheballotshall appear on
tbe outside, without exposing tbe marks
upon the ballot, and shall keep it so folded
until he hae voted. Having folded his ballot,
the voter shall deliver it to the Inspector,
who shall announce the name of the voter
and tbe number of his ballot. The Clerk
having the registry list in hia charge, if he
finds Hie number to agree with the number
of tbe ballot delivered to the voter, shall
[ repeat the name aud number, and aball
mark opposite the name the wo'd "voted."
Tbe Ioapeolor aball then separate the
strip bearing the number from ibo ballot,
and shall deposit the ballot in the ballot
box. Said strip and onmher shall be im
mediately destroyed.
Sec. 21. But one person shall oocnpy
any one booth or compartment at one
time, and oo person shall remain in or
eccnpy a booth or compartment longer than i
may be neoessary lo prepare his ballot, and -
in no case longer than five mlontea.
Sec. 22. Au voter who shall aocideut- t
ally apoil a ballot may return each spoiled
ballot to tbe Clark* ot Election, and re
ceive another in It* place. All tbe ballot*
tboa returned ahall be Immediately can
celed, by writing tbe word canceled aero**
tbe faoe ot the ballot, and, with thoae not
diatributed to tbe rotera ahall be returned
with the election returns A roter who
doe* not rote tbe bellot delirercd to him
abell, before leering the apece inside the
guard rail, return each ballot to the Clerks,
who shell immediately cancel the eame
and return It in the eame manner aa a
spoiled ballot. The Clerks ot Election
shall aooonnt for tbs ballot* deltrared to
them, by returning a sufficient number ot
unused and spoiled ballot* to make up.
when udded to the number ot official bal
lots caat, the cumber of ballot* deltrered
to them.
Hec. 23. A voter who declare* under
oath, that by reaton of physical disability.
he is unable to mark bis ballot, aball at
his request be permitted to reeeire tbe
assistance, in snob marking, of an el**tor.
other than any election officer, bat no per
son shall be permitted to go ineide the
guard rail as an assistant to note than
one voter.
Sec. 24. No ballot shall be deposited in
the ballot box unless tbe watet-mark, as
hereinbelore provided, appears thereon,
and unices tbe slip containing tbe num
ber of tbe ballot has been removed there
from by the Inspector.
Sec. 25. The County Clerk shell cause
to be printed, oo plain white paper, with
out water-mark or indorsement*, excep
the words " sample ballot," at least three
limes as msDy oo pies of the form of bal
lot provided tor use In each preoinet as
there shall be registered voters In suoh
precinct. Snob oopiea shall be famished
to registered voters at tho office of said
County Clerk doling offioe boors for five
days preceding tbe day of election; pro
vided, that not more than two of snob
sample ballole shall be famished to any
one voter, exoept upon the written order
of a voter, and not moro than two of laid
sample ballots ahall be delivered on each
order. At least ss many sample ballots
shall be famished by the Connty Clerk to
esch Hoard of Election as there shell be
registered votere In the precinot, and on
election day tho Board of Election shall
famish each registered voter, oo applio*
tinD, one such sample ballot. Bald
Connty Clerk aball alsosause to be printed,
in plain type, on cards, instructions for
the guidance of votera for obtaining and
marking their ballots, lie ahall famish
twelve such card* to the Board of Eleotion
of each eleotion precinct iu the connty. at
the same time and in the same manner as
■ he ballots and sample ballot* are fur
dished. The Board of Eleotion shall post
*1 least one of such oards In each booth or
oompartment provided for the preparation
of ballots, and not less than three of each
lards at other places in and about tbe poll
mg places on tbe day of eleotion. There
-hall be prioted ou said oards section*
tweuty-seveu, Iweuty-eight, twenty-nine
md thirty of this Aot.
Sic. 26. Id counting the votes »uy bal
lot Dot bearing the water-mark, as pro
sided io this Act, shall not be counted
bat snob ballot most be preserved and re
'nrned with the other ballots. When a
voter marks more names than there are
persons to be eleoted to an office, or if (or
any reason it is impossible to determine
'.be voter's cboioe (or any office, his vote
for snch office shall not be coanted. Any
ballot npon whiob appears names, words
>r marks written or printed, exsept as in
this Aot provided, shall not be counted.
Sic. 27. Any person who shall falsely
make or fraudulently deface or deetroy any
srtiticate of nomination er any pan
•hereof, or file any certificate of nomina
■ion knowing the same or any part thereof
to be false, or suppress any certificate of
nomination which has been duly filed, or
toy part thereof, or make use of. keep or
tarnish to others, except as lu this Act pro
rided, any paper water-marked in imita
tatjon of ballot paper, or disclose to any
person notengaged io making, printing or
distribution of ballots or ballot paper
under the direction of the proper officer,
the design of the water-mark to be placed
id the ballot popcr, or print or be con
corned in printing or bare in his possession
any imitation of an official ballot, or make
any mark or indorsement on any ballot,
or Btob, by wbloh the ballot can be die
'.ingutshed from other ballots or falsely
swear that he is nhable to mark his ballot
by reason of phyeioal disability, shall be
ieemed guilty of a felony, and npon oon
viotion thereof shall be imprisoned in the
State Prison for a term not less than one
year and not more than five years.
Sue. 28. Any person who shall, daring
an election, remove or deetroy any of the
supplies or other conveniences placed In
the booths or compartments, or shall, dor
ing an election, remove, tear, down, or
leface the cards of inslrnction posted, as
prescribed by this Aot, shall be guilty of a
misdemeanor, and on convlotion thereof
shall be pnniehed by a fine not less than
fifty dollars, and not exceeding five hun
dred dollars, or by imprisonment in the
oauntyjail for a term not less than one
moDth and not exceeding six months.
Sic. 29. Any public offioer, upon
whom any dnty is imposed by this Act.
who shall wilfully neglect or refuse to per
form any each dnty, shall be deemed
gnilty of a felony, and npon oonviotion
thereof shall be imprisoned In the State
Prison for a term not less than one year
and not exceeding five years.
Sec. 30. No person exoept a member of
the Board of Election shall reoelve from
any voter a ballot prepared by each voter.
No person shall examine snoh ballot or
solicit a voter to show the same. No per
son shall remove any ballot from anypoll
ing plaoe before the cloeing of the polls.
No person shall apply for or receive a bal
lot at aDy election preoinct other than the
one on which he is entitled to vote. No
person shall show his ballot to any person,
after marking it, so as to reveal any of
the names voted for. No person shall ask
another within one hundred feet of the
pollingplace for whom be intends to vote.
No voter shall receive a ballot from any
other person than one of the Clerks of
Election, nor shall any other person than
a Clerk of Election deliver snob ballot to
snch voter. No voter shall deliver to the
Board of Election or to any momber
thereof any ballot other than the one re
ceived from a Clerk of Eleotioo. No voter
shall plaoe any mark npon his ballot by
which it may afterwards be identified as
the one voted by him. Any person violat
ing any provision of this section shall be
deemed girilty of a misdemeanor, and
npon oonviotion thereof shall be fined In
a sum not less than fifty dollars and not ex
ceeding five hundred dollars, or by im
prisonment in the connty jail for a term
not less than one month and not exceeding
six months.
J. STRAUS,
JEWELER,
INFORMS THE PUBLIC THAT BEIN'O UN
able to sell at auction his fine and Im
mense varied stock of
Void land Sliver Walahea,
Jewelry, Sliver Ware,
Npeeftisclee, Bte. Elf.,
He has concluded to remain In Eureka, w here
he la ready to sell and take such orders for any
thlnjf in hla line at small profits.
Country Order* Solicited.
PETER BREEN~
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
»rricE-nittTBicT attorney’*
orritT. (OIBTHOINK,
feS-l/» Eureka, NfT
For bargains in clothing and furnish
ng goods, go to Nathan’s. T
Toys, candies, nuts and fancy gro
eries, for sale cheap at McConnell's.
NOTICES
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Mmrnl Tax
N’OTICE IS IIKHRItY GIVEN TO ALL j
whom tt may concern That the follow .
tag described property situate, lying and be
ing to the Oodnty of Eureka, Stale of Nevada,
and aaaeeaed to the owner* thereof, who##
camei respectively are aet 0)i«>ait* the de
ar rip Mou thereof, ha* beeu duly taxed
and aseeaaed for the year 1091. for the amount*
hereinafter mentioned in connection with the
deecrlptlon thereof. that aaid taxes are d-lin
jnent that ten per rent on aaid taxes and
coat of advertlalng will be colleoted In addi
tion to the original tax, all the property sold
for all of aaid original tax, penalty and cotta,
to wit
ANDERSON. A. P. Improvement*, log
dwelling house situated in the town of Sber
wood, in Eureka county, state of Nevada.
Tax.ll 47, penalty, .15. costs, $2. total,$3 * 2.
BOWEN. D. W. Improvements, frame
dwelling house, situated in the town of Sher
wood, In Eureka county, State of Nevada
Tax, $2 94. penalty. ,3U. costs, $2; total, $\24
Uli,\VN k RIVES. Improvements, frame
cottage building, situated In the town of Sher
wood, in Eureka county, and State of Nevada,
known aa the Potterreaidei.ce. Tax, 38 S3 pen
alty 89: costa. $2. total, $11 71.
BEATTf, B. M. Possessory interest In and
to lot No. 6, in block No. 56, of the town of Eu
.reka in Eureka comity, and State of Nevada.
Improvement*, frame dwelling house. Tax,
$8 92. pen alty, .90; c«*te, $2. total. *11 82
CAVaNAUUH M.G Possessory Interest in
and to lot No. 6, in block No. 98, of the town of
Knreka, in Knreka c* uuty, and State of Nevada
Improvements, frame house. Possessory in
terest in snd to lot 7, In block No. 98, of the
town of Eureka, in Eureka county, and State of
Nevada. Tax $h 92; penalty, .90; coats, $2,
total, $11 82
COX.L. E Possessory interest In and to
lot No. 3, in block No. 68, of the town of Enreka.
in Eureka county. State of Nevada. Improve
meats frame dwelling house. Tax,$3 57; pen
alty. $2, .36; cost total, IS 93,
COWLING, JAMES MKS. Improvements
frame dwelling house, situated on couth Kuby
Hill, in Eureka < ounty, State of Nevada. Tax,
*3 05; penalty. 31; costa, $2; total, |5 38.
DT'KEK, JAMES —possess iry interest in and
to a tract of woodland situated on the oast
side of tlie Spring Valley range of mountains,
about 12 miles southwesterly from tbs town of
Eureka, in Eureka county, and State of Ne
vada, and known aa the Duker wood ranch, and
described as follows, to wit: Commencing at a
point | mile north of the NW corner of the
Duker cabin and running thence south ! mil
thence east one mile, theme north two miles;
thence } mile to the place of beginning;
containing 1,28" acres. Tsx, $6 10; penalty, ,61,
costa, $2. total. $4 71.
DETTEB, THOMAS MKS. Possessory inter
est in snd to lot No. 18. 1m block No. 16, of the
town of Eureka, in Eureks county, Stste of
Nevada. Possessory interest in and to the
-outh is feet of lot No. 19. in block No. 16. in
the town of Eureka, Eureka county, State of Ne
vada. Tax.ll 36. penalty, 14; costs, #2; total,
$3 50,
DORSEY, JOHN (J »bn McNaugbtoD. agent )
Improvements frame dwelling home, situated
on sooth Bui y Hill, in Eureka count)', State of
Nevada. Tax, $8 57; penally, .86; costa 82;
total, $5 93.
DAKGIN A FAQ AH Personal property, 30
horaes.fW’; 2 cnws $50; 3 wagons,|150; 50 cord*
of wo<*d $50. Possessory interest in and to the Dsr
gin A Kagsn wood ranch, sitnated about S miles
westerly from Harden Psss on the R. A P. rail
rosd in Eurekacounty, and State of Nevada, and
des. ribed m follows, to wit: ( ouimenclng at a
stake £ mile NE from the Dargln A Fagan
cabin, and running thence west \ mile; thence
,«outl i mil*-. th« nee cast } mile; thence ■
*4 mile to the place of beginning, containing
160 acres. Improv ementa, stockade cabin and
stable. Tax, 05, penalty, A3 81; costa, $‘2
total. $43 86.
FISH, HENRY. Posseaaory inter, at in and
to a tract of land situated at Pinto Sistlon,
in Eureka county, State of Nevada, and de
scribed as follows, to wit: Commencing at a
yolnt ^ mile a- nth from the 8 W. corner of
dwelling house and running thence north H
mils; thence east mile to the place of begin
ning, containing 160 acres. Improvements,
■u: .! ii »ti**e a; ! r *■*. ; 0MtOryMtMM I*.
and to a tract of land situated about a \
mile northerly from the Pinto mill in Eureka
county, aud State- of Nevada. known as the
“Minolettl Ranch,” and descrlbe<l as follows,
to w t: Commencing at a point H mile east
from the N E. corner of cabin and running
tht-nce south n-ile, thence west V| mile,
thence north mile, thence east H mile,
thence sooth v% mite to the place of beginning,
containing 160 acres. Improvements, smalt
cabin, possessory interest in and to lota Nos
31, 22, 38, M and 2 In block No. 16, of the
town of Eureka, lo Eureka, oounty, Nevada.
Tax. 88 89; penalty, .89; coats, 82; total, $11 7?.
Krecoero, Peter Posseaaory interest in and
to lot No. 21, in block No. 78, of the town of
Kareka, In Eureka county, State of Ne»ada.
Imprmements, small house. Tax, $1 78:
penalty, .18; costs, $2 ; total. $3 96.
H AWKS, JOHN A Co. (Jerry Ahern, agent).
Possessory interest in and to lot No. 6, in
block No 31, of the town o' Eureka, in Eureka
county, and State of Nevada. Improvements
frame house. Possessory interest in and to
lot No. 6, in block No. 31, of the town of Eu
reka, in Eureka county, aod State of Nevada.
Possessory lnt**rost in and to lot No. 7, in block
No. 31, of the town of Eureka, in Eurekacounty,
and State of Nevada. Possessor)- interest in
and to lot No. 6, in block No 45, of town of
Eureka, In Eureka oounty. State of Nevada
Improvements, two stone cabins. Possessory
interest in and to lot No. 6, in block No. 15, of
the town of Eureks, in Eurekacounty, State cf
Nevada. Improvements stone cabin. Tax
$20 53; penalty, $2 06. coats, $2; total, $24 59.
JACKSON, A. Personal property consisting
of one engine, two boilers, one rock-hraker, one
blower, bur mill, steam pump machinery and
fixtures at the Star MAS Go’s, furnace,
situated near the town of Sherwood, in Eureka
county. State of Nevada. Improvements frame
house, and frame work over furnace near the
town of Sherwood, asssy office bnilding near
town of Sherwood, saloon building town of
Sherwood, boarding house town of 8herwood,
ore bins near town of Sherwood, one water
Jacket furnaoe noar town of Sherwood. Tax.
$117 60; penalty, $11 76; costs. $2. total.
$131 36.
LEE, MRS. ANNIE Estate of (John Pardy
agent.) Possessory interest in and to a tract
of farming land situated on the east side of
Diamond Valley, on the Diamond range of
mountains, about 9 miles northerly from the
town of Eureks, in Eureka connty, State of Ne
vads. known as the Lee ranch, and described
•« follows, to wit; Commencing at a point ^
mile north from the NE corner of dwelling
house, and running thence west \ mile;
thence south % mils; thence east H mile;
thence north V| mile; thence west J mile to the
place of beginning,containing 80 acres improve
ments small house. Tax, $4 57; penalty, .46;
costs. $2; total. $7 03.
LOUCK8, MRS ISABELLE M. Personal prop
ertv 8 horses, 2 wagons, possessory Interest In
and to a tract of fanning land situated about 9
tulles westerly from the town of Eureka, in
Eureka oounty. 8tate of Nevada, known as the
Devil's Gite ranch, and described as follows,
to wit: Being the HE ^ of BW. 4 section 23.
township N. R. 52 E., containing 40 seres, 8E J
of 8E. Vfc section 23, township 20. N. R, 52 E.
contai log 40 acres. NE. J of NW. \ section 26,
township 20 N. R 52, E containing 40 acres.
1 oi **.• i section Jo, township 30, N. K
;»2 E, containing 40 acres, improvements frame
bouae, atable and corral, possessory interest in
and to a tract of laud situated on the east aide
of Devil's Gate Canyon, and on the southwest
side of Diamond Valley, about 7 miles north
westerly from tha to* u of Eureka, in Eureka
county, State of NeVhda. and described as fol
lows, to wit: Commencing at the NW. comer
of house and running thence north * mile
thence east J mtle; thence south * mile; thence
west * mile to the place of beginning, o ntaln
lag 4U acres, improvements, small bouae. Tax,
*44 15; penalty, *4 42; coats, *2; total,*50 57.
LA WHY, WILLIAM. Improvemets, frame
dwelling bouse, situated on south Ruby Hill in
Eureka county, State of Nevada. Tax, #1 52
penalty, It'.; costa, 92; total. $3 <58.
MeCONNELL, JOSEPH. Personal property.
250 head of stock cattle, 150 head of stock
horses. posse-»orv interest In and to a tract of
farming land situated about H mile south
westerly from Beowawe In Eureka county,
State of Nevada, known as the McConnell
ranch, and described as follows, to wit Being
the lots 1, 2, 3, and 4, section 6 township 31, N
R. 49 K., containing 198 37-100 acres. S k of
HW. section 4, township 31, N. R 49 con
taining-SO acres Improvements frame house
and atable, p /ssesKory Interest in and to one
third interest in the MoConnell ditch the same
being situated at and near the town of Beo
wawe in Eureka county, State of Nevada. Tax
! *229 01; penalty. ‘32 91; costs, *2. total, *253 93.
MULLIGAN, MICHAEL. PuaeeSHory interest
in and to a tract of wood land situated about 1
mile §<,utlierh from the Bertrand mill in Eu
reka county, State of Nevada, known aa the
Mullig n wood ranch and described aa follows,
to wit; Commencing at the BE. corner of the
Mulligan cabin, and running thence north 2
mi lea; thence west 2 miles, thence south 2
miles, thence east 2 miles to the place of be
ginning, containing 1,280 acres. Tax. *4 67
penalty. 40; coats, *2; total, $7 03.
M<)NTOOMEK Y, CHARLES.Possesson inter
set in and to lot No. 8. In bock No 1« of the town
of Eureka, in Eureka county, State of Nevada,
Improvements two frame houses. Tax. *8 92
penalty. .90; costs. *2; total, *11 82.
MATTOH. J. H. Estate of. Possessory inter
eat in and to lot No 9, in block No 95, of the
town of Eur. ka. Eureka county, State of Ne
vada, |»>s*ess'T. Interest in andUo lot No 10,
in block No. 96. of the town of Enreka. tn lu- i
reka county. State of Nevada Tax, *1 78 i
penalty. .18. costs. #2 total. *3 90. 1
PETTINGILL. E C Improvements, frame 1
boose, at Palisade, In Eureka county. State 1
total*I*1*! T“* 12 M' P*®*11*. ■*>. coats. *2; 3
RIVES. HENRY. Personal property, farnt- w
ire and piano Poaeeaaor) Inter**! in audio f€
t No. 2 In block 13 of the town of Bumka,
i Eureka county. State of Nevada. Poaaeaaory .
itereet in and to lot No. 3. block 1*. of the •*
>wn of Eureka, Eureka county, State of Ne- *
ada Imi-rovementa. frame hour*. Poeweeaory
itereet In and to lot No. 4, In block Mo. 13 of r
lie town of Eureka. Eureka county, State of „
levada. Improvements, frame house. Poa
nseory interest In and to lot Mo. 3 In block ,
io. 13 of tb* town of Eureka, Eureka county, J
ktate of Nevada- Tax, $26 78; penalty, $2 60; *
lOnte, $2; total, $29 4*», 8
TRKcoNING, JOHN H. (J. II. Tregonlug,
Ir. Agent). Improvements, fram*- dwelling )
louse, situated in Geodwla Canyon near the
►underbnrg mine la Eureka, Eureka county, j
4tale of Nevada. Tax, $1 62; penalty, .16; 1
'osta, $2: total, $3 6g <
WREN, THOMAS. (K F. Phillips, Agent). \
['arsons! property engine and boiler with other
machinery at the town of Pbflllpsburg,
machinery at Martin Whlt^ furnace. Improve
ments frame lodging home, sltnated at Phtll
Ipsburg. Poaaeaaory Interest In and to a tract
of land situated in the town of Phtllipaburg,
In Rureka county, Slate of Nevada, and de
scribed as follows to wit Commencing at the
N. W. corner of lower water tank *nd running
thence south 330 faet, thence weat 330 feet,
thence n< -rth 330 feel, thence cast 330 feet to the
place of beginning. Improvements water Jacket
furnace, frame house near furnace, frame
honse used for ofB *, frame water tanks. Tax.
$53 29; penalty, $6 33; e<*ts, $2; total, $60 69.
WRIGHT, A. R. Improvements frame
•laughter house aituated south of Ruby Hill
Rail lload tank, near brickyard in the town of
Eureka, In Eureka county. Statu of Nevada.
Tax. $2 6H; penalty, .27; costs, $2; total $4 06.
Notice is further given that in delaultof tha
payment of said sums, the undersigned ae
County Treasury of said Kareka county, and
Ex-officio Tax Receiver thereof, will, on
Mooriiajr, Ike l*4h Day of Jannsrj.
A. ft. 1692.
sell at public auction at the Oourthouee door of
the aaid Kuraka county, lu the town of
Euroka. to the highest and best bidder f*>r
cash, the above described property or ao
much thereof as may be u«c*eaary to satisfy the
amount of said tax. penaltv and coat of adver
tising, and that such sales will be subject to
redemption within six months after the date of
sal by payment of all aaid sums with three per
cent pur month thereon from date of sale until
paid
JOHN QREGOVICH. Treasurer,
and ex-officio Tax Receiver
W.S. BEARD, County Auditor.
Eurcke, Nevada, December 21), 1h91 . d26 td
1892L 189£
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No. 927.
Application for a Patent.
V. S. Land Office, Eukeka, Nev.,
May 14,1890.
Notice is hereby given that Simeon Wen
ban, whose Postoffice address is Cortez,
Nevada, has this day filed, by his duly
authorized agent, W. O. Mills, his applica
tion for a patent for fifteen hundred
linear feet of the Conjunction mine or
vein bearing gold and silver, with surface
ground six hundred (000) feet in width, sit
uated in Cortez Mining District, county
of Eureka, and State of Nevada, and ties
ignated by the field notes and official plat
on tile in this office as lot number 50,
in township 27 north, range 48 east,
of Mount Diablo meridian, said lot number
50 being described as follows, to wit:
Beginning at a post marked number 1,
U S survey nuinl>cr 50, the same being
the original location monument. This
rst stands on the eastern boundary of U
survey number 40, Kingsbury lode,
whence post number 4, the southeast
corner of said survey number 40 bear* S
27 1-2 deg W, 250 feet, to the section corner
common to sections 31 au J 32, T 27 N, R
48 E. and sections 5 and 8. T 2(i\ »< jm
K M D M. bears 8, 69 deg 57 min W,
3,527 feet, U S mineral monument num
ber 3 at post number 2, the northeast cor
ner of U 8 survey number 37, Ht. Louis
lode, bears north 04 deg 7 min W, 672 feet;
thence running north 27 1-2 deg K, 1,250
feet, to post number 3, the northeast cor
ner of said Kingsbury aurvey, 1,500 feet,
to post marked number 2, U 8 survey
number 50 and the original location monu
ment; thence 8 62 1-2 deg E, 600 feet, to
poet marked number 3, U 3 survey No 50
and original location monument; thence 8
27 1-2 deg W, 1,500 feet, to post marked
number 4, U 8 survey number 50 and orig
inal location monniuent, and thence north
62 1-2 deg W, 600 feet to post number 1,
the place of beginning.
Magnetic variation, 171-2 deg E, con
taining 20.66 acres.
The location of this mine is recorded in
the Recorder's office of Cortez Mining Dis
trict, in book C, of |>age 102.
The adjoining claimants are the Kings
bury mine on the west.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
any portion of said Conjunction mine or
surface ground are required to file their ad
verse claims with the Register of the
United .States I .and Office at Eureka, in
the county of Eureka, and State of Ne
vada, during the sixty days period of pub
lication hereof, or they will be barred by
virtue of the provisions of the Statute.
D. H. HALL, Register.
It Is hereby ordered that the foregoing
lotice of application for patent lie pub
"•bed for the period of sizty days (10 con
i cutive weeks), in the Eureka Sintinil, a
veekly newspajier publisher! at Eureka.
* D H HALL, Register.
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’extern boundary of eaid Alta eurrey, 250
*et to poet marked number 4, U 8 eurrey
umber 48 and the original location corner,
he same being poet number 3 of eaid St.
xmis eurrey, and thence north 5 deg W,
'.4 feet to the northern boundary of U S
urrey numbers 49 and 41, Equator lode,
rhence post numlier 2, the northwest cor- I
ler of said Equator surrey, I ears S 83 1-2
leg W, 369 feet, 1,500 feet to post number
I, the place of beginning, containing
i 81-100 acres.
So much of this aurvey es conflicts with
LT S survey number 40, Kingabury lode,
numbers 51 and 43, Alta lode, and num
bers 49 and 41, Equator lode, is hereby ex
cluded. Said conflicts are described ae
follows;
Conflict with U S survey number 40,
Kingsbury lode. Beginning at post num
ber 2, of this survey number 48, and run
ning thence S 5 deg E, 433.7 feet; thence
N 02 1-2 deg W, 296.4 feet; thence north 5
d.g W, 140.7 feet; thence N 27 1-2 deg E,
158.8 feet, and theDce north 85 deg E, 164.8
feet, to the place of beginning, containing
1.90 acres.
Conflict with U S survey number 51 and
43, Alta lode. Beginning at post number
3, of this survey number 48, and running
thence S 86 deg W, 9 feet; theuoe K 6 12
deg W, 887.7 feet, to post number 2, the
northwest oorner of said Alta survey;
thence N 83 1-2 deg E, 32 feet, and th«nce
S 5 deg E. 887.7 fret, to the |4ace of be
ginning, containing 0.42 acres.
Conflict with U S survey numbers 49
and 41, Equator lode. Beginning at post
number 4, of this survey number 48, and
running thence north 5 deg VV, 9.4 feet;
thence north 83 1-2 deg E, 241 feet, to post
numlier 8, the northeast corner of said
Equator aurvey; thenoe S 6 1-2 deg K, 15.7
feet, and thence S 85 deg W, 240.6 feet, to
the place of beginning, containing 0.07 1
acres
The location of this mine ia recorded in
the Reconler’s otfico of Cortot Mining Dto
trict, in book C, of page 67.
The adjoining claimants are the Equator
mine on the south and the Alta and Kings
bury on the east.
Any and all [lersons claiming adversely
any portion of said Remnant mine or sur
faoo ground are required to tile their ad
verse claims with the Register of the
United States Iguid Otfico at Eureka, in
the State of Nevada, during the sixty days
Kriod of publication hereof, or they will
barred by virtue of the provisions of the
Statute. D. II. H ALL, Register.
It is hereby ordered thst the foregoing
notice of application for patent be pub
lished for the period of sixty days (10 con
secutive weeks), in ths Eureka SkMTlML,
a weekly newspaper published at Eureka,
Nevada. £>. H. HALL, Register.
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930.
Application for a Patent
U. 8. Lakd Ornca, ErBZXA, Not.
May 14, 1890.
Notice la hereby given that Himeon
Wenban, whose Eoatoffiee address la Cor
tez, Nevada, baa tbia day by bia duly
authorized agent, W. O. Mills, filed bis
applioetion lor a patent for fourteen hun
dred and ninety three 11,493) linear feet
of tbe Eclipse mine or vain bearing silver
end gold, with surface ground five hun
dred and eighty seven ,587) feet in width,
situated in Cortez Mining District, county
of Eureka and State of Nevade, and
designated by the field notes and official
plat on file Id this ofloe as lot No SI, in
T 36 north. It 48 E. of M D M, said lot No
61, being described ae follows to wit:
Beginning at a post marked No 1, D 8
survey No 61, the seme being Ibe origloel
looation oorner, end poet No 3, of V 8
anrvey No 53. Adjunct lode, wbeDC# the
soutbceat corner of section 5 T 36 N, It 48
E, M D M. bears 8 30 deg 30 min W. 3,494
feet, and U 8 mineral monument No 3,
bears 8 79 deg 45 min W. 3,490 feel,
Ibenoe running 8 6M deg east, 587
feet, to poet marked number 3. U 8
survey No 61, and tbe original location
corner; thence N 89 deg W, 80 feet, to
post No 8, tbe northeast oorner of C 8
snrvey No 43, Cortea Giant or Cammine
lode 1,493 feel, to poet marked No 3, U 8
survey No 61. Tbie poet stands on Ibe
northern boundary of U 8 snrvey No 43,
wbenoe poat No 3, the northweet oorner,
of eaid eurvey No 43, beara N 89 deg W,
87 feet, and the original looation oorner
of this olalm beers N 89 deg W, 7 feat, and
tbe old main shaft of tbe Cortez Giant or
Cummins lode, bears 8 334 1-3 deg W, 318
foet; thence N • 1-3 deg W, 37 feet, to poet
No 4, the eontbeaet corner of C 8 anrvey
No 50, Summit lode 587 feet to poet
marked No 4, U 8 survey No 61. Tbia
post alanda on tbe eastern boundary of
said Summit anrvey, and la poat No 8, ol
C 8 survey No 63. Adjuuot lode, and tbe
original location oorner of this claim, and
Ibenoe 8 89 deg E, 1,498 feet along tbe
southern boundary of said snrvey No 63,
to ppet No 1, tbe plaoe of beginning, con
taining 19 95 aoree.
Magnetio variation, 17 1-2 E.
The looation of this mine le recorded fa
tbe Beoorder's offioe of Cortea Mining
District In book 0, page 99.
Tbe adjoining claimants are the Adjunet
mine on the north, the Summit mine on
tfie west, end the Cortes Giant or Oum
mine on theaontb.
Any and all persona claiming adversely
any portion of said Eollpae mine or aar
face ground are required to file their
adreree claims with the Register
of Called Slates Lead Office at
Eureka, ia the Blate of Ne
Nevade durlag tbe sixty day* period of
publication hereof, or they will be barred
by virtne of Ibe provisions of Ibe Blelale.
D. H. HALL, RegDIer.
It ia beraby ordered that the foregoing
notion of application for patent be pnb
lUbed for the period of sixty daya, (tea
ooasecntiTo weeks),!a tba Eureka Sxbtibbl
a weekly newspaper published el Kareka,
Nevada. D. H. HALL, Register.
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No. 948.
Application for a Patent.
U. 8. Land Omoi, Eiiua, Nsv..
August 11, 1890.
Notice is hereby given that Richard
Mackintosh, whose l’ostoffice address is
Salt Lake City, Utah, has this day by his
duly authorized agent, Charles Read, filed
his application for a patent for 1,000 linear
feet of the Hibernia mine or vsln bear
ing gold and silver, with surface ground
two hundred feet in width, situated
in Eureka Mining District, oounty of
Eureka, and State of Nevada, and desig
nated by the field notes and official plat
on file in this offioe as lot number 311, said
lot number 311 being described as follows,
to wit:
Beginning at a post marked number 1,
U 8 survey number 311, the same being
post number 4, of U 8 survey number 221
Diamond lode, whenoe U 8 mineral monu
ment number 12 bears 8 80 deg 7 ruin. K,
003.6 feet, and the mouth of the Mackin
tosh tunnel bears north 69 deg 51 min E,
614 feet. This post is at the original leea
tion monument: thence running 1st course
north 49 1-4 deg E, 1,000 feet along the
southeastern boundary of said Diamond
survey to |»st marked number 2, U 8 sur
vey number 311 at the original location
monument and post number 8 of jaid Dia
mond survey; thence 2d course 8 40 8-4
deg K, 200 feet to post marked number 8,
U 8 survey numher 311 at the original lo
cation corner; thence 3d course 8 49 1-4
deg W, 650.8 feet to the northeastern
boundary of U 8 survey number 169, lot
A, Morris lode, whence [wet numher 3,
the most northerly corner of said Morris
lode, bears north 87 1-2 deg W, 10.2 Let,
1,000 feet to post marked number 4, U 8
survey number 311 at the original location
monument, and thence 4th course north
40 3-4 deg W, 200 feet to post number 1,
the place of beginning.
So much of this survey as conflicts with
U 8 survey uumberl69, lot A, Morris lode,
is hereby excluded. Said conflict is de
scribed as follows:
Beginning at post number 3, the most
northerly corner of said Morris lode and
running thence 1st course 8 87 1-2 deg K.
10 2-10 feet; thenoe 2d course 8 49 1-4 deg
W, 130.2 feet, and thence 3d Oourae north
46 deg K, 123 feet to the place of begin
ning.
Total area of survey.. 4.99 acres
Area m conflict with

U 8 surrey number
lflO, lot A, Morris
l''d*. Ml tree
*T*,.Ahdacree
Magnetic variation, 1« 1-2 deg K.
The leeatio" of this nine ia tecorded k
the Kecurder'a office ol Kureda Minks
District in book id page 417.
The adjoining claimante are on the
north we. t the Diamond, eontheaet the
rarneli.
Any and nil peraona claiming adversely
any portion of mid Hibernia mine
or a.irface ground are required to lie thair
adverae claims with the Kegiater of the
United Statea I.and Office at Kureka, In
the county of Eureka, State of Kavada.
during the sixty dava |ieriod of pubfeatinn
hereol, or they wifi be itarred by virtue ut
the proviaiona of the Statute,
J. P. DUNKEE, Kegiater.
It ia hereby ordered that the foregnin.
notice of application for patent be pub
liabed for the period of sixty days (ten con
aecutiye weeks), in the Kureka SnsTINtL.
a weekly newa,«|«r published at Kureka,
J- ‘ DUNKLK, Kegiater.
No. W3.
Application for a Patent.
U. 8. Laud Omcg, Ecrkka, Ner.,
v . . . June *>. H«0.
Notice Is hereby given that the Jennie
\ *ndr,hoc* Mining Company,
whoH« adilreMN in .San Francinoo,
Cal., has this day, by ita dniy author
ised agent, J. It. Kendall, filed Its apph.
cation for a patent for thirteen hundred
and five and four tenths linear feet <4
the Black Kock Extension mine rir rein
bearing gold and silver, with surface
ground six hundred fee*4n width, situ
ated Iq White Pine Mining District,
county of White Pine, and State of Ne
v £1"! designated hy the field notes
and official plat on file in this office aa
lot nnmher 92, In township 1« north,
range 67 east, of Mount Diablo Merid
lan, aaid lot number 92 being deecrilwd
as follows to wit :
Beginning at a poet marked number 1,
D 8 surrey puiulwr 92. the original lo
cation corner, and post number 2, the
southwest corner of U 8 surrey numtor
62, Black Kock lode, standing on the
northern boundary of D 8 surrey num
ber 61, Jennie A lode, whence the sec
tion corner at the southwest oorner of
sectien 2, T 16 north, R 57 K, M D M,
hears 8 8 1-2 deg W, 1,004 feet; mineral
monument number 5 bears 8 12 1-4 .leg
W, 317 feet. The Summit shaft on the
Jennie A lode hears i 12 deg W, 222 feet,
and the mouth of the tunnel run for the
development of this lode heara north 11-2
deg W, 2,395 feet; thence 8 69 1-2 .leg W,
37.9 feet to post number 5 of the Jennie
A survey and the original location monu
ment; thence north fit) 1-2 deg W, 1,267.5
feet aJung the northern boundary „f said
Jennie A survey to post marhed numher 3,
U 8 survey numher 92, the original loca
tion monument and post number 4, of said
Jennie A eurrey; thenoe north 17 deg E,
600 feet, to post marked numher 4. t 3
survey number 92; thenoe 8 50 1-2 deg E,
1,267,5 feet to post marked number 1, 6 9
survey number 92 and the original location
monument; thenee north 69 1-2 deg K, 37.9
feet to poet marked numher 6,6a survey
number 92, and the original location mon
ument; thence 8 17 deg W, 222 feet to
post number 3. the northwest corner ol
said Black Kock survey 600 feet, to plat
number 1, the place of Vieginning.
Magnetic variation, 17 deg E, contain
ing 16 60-100 acres.
The location of this mine Is recorder! In
the Recorder's office of White Pine Dis
trict, in bfs.k A, pages 233 and 234.
The adjoining claimants are east the
Black Kock, south the Jennie A.
Any and all per-on* claiming adversely
any portion of said Black Kock Extension
mine or surface ground are required to file
their advene claims with the Register of
the Doited States I-anil Office st Eureka,
in the State of Nevada, during the sixty
days perils! of publication hereof, or they
will to barred by virtue of the provisiona
of the Statute.
D. H. BALL, Register.
It Is hereby erdered that the foregoing
notice of application for intent to pub.
lished for a Period of sixty days (ten con
secutive weeks), in the SggTINIL, a weekly
newspa|.er published at Eureka, Nevada.
je2H-10w D. H, HALL, Register.
APPLICATION FOR A PATENT.
Beginning at a po it marked number 1
U 8 survey uumber56, the same being the
original location comer anil post number
1, of U S Survey number 59, Bewick loile,
number 1, of U S survey numbers 58 and
47. Devalla lode, and number 1, of 11 S
survey numbers 54 and 51, Morelng lode,
whenoe the eoutheast corner of eretlon 5.
T 26 north, R 48 K, M D M, bears S 8 deg
25 min E, 4.473 feet, and U 8 mineralmon
ument number 4 bears north 75 deg 43inln
W, 1,278feet; thence runnlngS6 l-2deg K,
1,500 feet, along the western boundary of
said Bewick survey, to {mat marked num
her 2, U S survey number 56, the same be
ing the original location monument anci
poet number 4 o 1 sal.l Bewick aurvey
thence north 89 deg W, 600 feet, to poet
marked number 3, L S survey number 56,
and the original location monument. This
rut stands on the eastern boundary of 0
survey number 50, Summit lode, whence
post number 4, of C 8 survey number 52
Adjunct lode, hears 8 6 1-2 deg K, 1
feet; thence north 6 1-2 deg W, 375 feet,!
poet number 8 of said Summit lodo, and
poet number 8, of D S aurvey number 56
Avalanche lode, 1.500 feet, to post marked
number 4, C 8 aurvey number 56, and the
original location monumant. 'nils poat
stands on the eastern boundary of said
Avalanche survey, and le post number 2,
of said Morelng survey, and thence 8
89 deg E, 600 feet, along the southern
boundary of said Morelng survey to post
number 1, the place of beginning, contain
ing 20.58 acres.
Magnetic variation 17 1-2 deg K.
The location of this mins Is recorded in
ths Recorder's office of Cortes Mining Dis
trict, In book C, of [wge 106.
The adjoining claimants are the Morelng
mine on the north, the Bewick mine on
the east and the Avalanche and Summit
mines on the west.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
any portion of said Pontifex mine or sur
face ground ere required to Hie their ad
verse claims with the Register of the U. H.
Land Office at Eureka, in the State of Ne
vada, during the sixty days perils! of pub
lication hereof, or they will be haired by
virtue of the provisions of the Statute.
D. H. HALL, Register.
It is hereby ordered that the foregoing
notice of application for patent be pub
lished for the period of sixty days (ten
consecutive weeks) in the Knreka Hinti
uil, a weekly newspaper published at Eu
reka, Nevada. D. H. IIAI.L, Register.
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