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EUREKA WEEKLY SENTINEL
VOLUME XIII. EUREKA, NEVADA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. 1892. NUMBER 4. aelcclilo Sentinel. it ptmuano mat ■atubdat bt CASSIDY ft SKIltMAH TO W.emnr TFKMW FOB WFEKI.Y 9RNT1NEL: Of copy, on* y»«* ..*! S On* copy. •'» miintii* . On* ropy, thro* month*. 1 Iiy C»rrl«r. per month. M aoebtb FCOENE FITZPATRICK. MRS. i. F CUPID...p,"V. L V WKHTtlKIMKlt .•■■pl"',n* WILI.tE TIMSON. H»nillton Awful l’inil»lim*i»» for Treasni*. The last twenty years of the life of Benedict Arnold were probably the most unhappy that ever fell to the lot of man. The British were willing to use him to promote their own plans, and to pay him for ids disgraceful service, but everywhere lie was held in such scorn and contempt that for years he scarcely ventured to appear in public. Before hie treachery he stipulated for a fortune in cash and a commission as Major General in the British army- He got both, and soon spent the former in speculation, while the latter did him no good, as no officer in the army would serve under him, and although hie talents and bravery were unquestioned, he re mained to the end of his days a Gen eral without a command, even at a time when the British Government was sorely pressed for officers and men. In 1798, during the J-reneli war, when the country was anxiously gathering all its resources, he applied to the Duke of York for a command, but was refused. He went home in despair, and said to his wife: “fhey will not let ine find a soldier’s death.” He never rallied after this blow, and soon after his mind appeared to wan der. He ordered his Continental uni form to lie (nought and put it on, in cluding the sword tie had worn when in the American service, and so lie died a raving maniac, in 1801, at his residence in London. He was a very proud man, and the insults heaped u|Kin him whenever his name was mentioned, either in society or in Par liament, no doubt broke his heart. Unroll Kolhrlillira Maxim*. The elder Baron Kothschild had the walls of his bank placarded w ith the following carious maxims: Carefully examine every detail of your business. Be prompt in everything. Take time to consider, and then decide quickly. Dare to go forward. Bear troubles patiently. Be brave in the struggle of life. Maintain your integrity as a sacred thing. Never tell business lies. Make no useless acquaintances. Never try to appear something more than you are. Pay your debts promptly. Learn to risk your money at the right moment. Khun strong liquor. Employ your time well. Do not reckon upon chance. Be polite to everybody. Never fie discouraged. Then work bard and you will be certain to succeed. JI■ If«* Wiupiii'i I'roverba, When a man is running for offis he can’t run fer much else. A man don’t starve in politicks, but thar’s times when Ids stuinmick and ids backbone git mighty dose to gether. Thar's a heap site more in city poli ticks titan tliar is in country politicks. A member of Congress is never too old to learn, hut sometimes he hain’t got quite sense enough. The American flag is the highest priced dry goods in the world and the best. A candidate's a fool that'll mort gage Ids farm for campaign expenses. The man that prays right and pays his taxes without grumblin’ ain’t far rong. People won't doubt a candidate's honesty till he begins to tell ’em how honest ho is. statesmen make politicks and poli ticians makes statesmen.—Detroit Free Press. --♦ Drnlb of lint "Jlsrrjline •««|nlrr." "Bob” Allison of Fairplay, Wis., known as the "Marrying ’.Squire” for runaway couples, died Sept. 6, aged 54 years. It is asserted that during the last fifteen years lie married not less than 500 couples, all of them be ing in haste. He lias been known to marry couples that met him on the road. F’airplay lias long been known as the Gretna Green of the Northwest. No marriage license is required in Wisconsin. Fairplay is within three miles of tiie Illinois iino and five miles distant from Iowa, both license States. A Powerful Niro Place. Ah an innocent-looking old man w as going up Washington street, Vicks burg, a drayman nodded to bim and asked; “Want a dray, Mister?’’ “N-o, I guess not,” replied tbe old man. “I'm too fur from homo and can’t pay freight on it. Much obleegod, tho'. Vicksburg is a powerful nice town. A feller back there asked me if I didn’t want a coat, another in quired if 1 wanted a hack, and now you offer mu a dray. I wish I lived hero.”—Reformed Church Messenger. Among Urn incidents of childhood tliut stand out iu bold relief, as our memory reverts to the days when we were young, none are more prominent than severe sickness. The young mother vividly remember* that it was Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy cured tier of croup, and iu turn administers it to her offspring ami always with the beat results. For sale by W. H. Stow ed, Main street, Eureka. Persons troubled with chronic diar rhoea should try Chamberlain’B Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Many cases have been cured by it after ail else bail failed and skilled physicians were powerless. For Bale by W. li. Stowell, Main street, Eureka. ihk Ki.r.rroKAL ahi.lb«* la Innn an<l la IH92. Ho. of No of st atm. Vote# Votes 14M. 1HV2. Alabama.. .. 1,1 ** Arkansas.... • California.. 3 Colorado.— ••• 3 c. nnecti* nt ..«... * Delaware.-. 3 3 (leor.-la,... ..... la Mah.....sr— J I Minot*. ?? ft Kan.ia.... “ 2 Kentucky. 13 Louisiana.....~. Maine... J Maryland.-.-••• Massachusetts. JJ }J Michigan.. .. J Montana....... ........... Nebraska .-. ; 1 Nevada. 2 J New H am pah 1 re-. 7n New Jersey.-.~. * iX Saw Ynra.~. *• * North Carolina.... 11 “ North Dakota. • * Ohio..— " Oregon.....— » * 1'enu.ylra la.... * J* Hbode Island.—• 4 4 South Carolina. 9 Sou’ll Dakota. * Tennessee. 12 J* Vermont. 4 4 Virginia. 12 12 Washington.....-. , West Virginia. « fJ Wyoming... -. 2 Total...-.. 4t»i 444 Necessary lor a choice, SW. UKKWKKIES AM' SAI.OON8. EUREKA BREWERY Corner of Main and Clark Btreeta, OHABLEY LAUTENSCHLAOER. • - Frop'i __BREWS THE. FINEST BEER In the State. Haa the Klneat Barroom in Kaatern Nevada, and keepa on hand Beat brands of WINES,LIQUORS&CIGtRS To be found In any market. Eureka. Annual 1». 18*7. eu»0-tf San Francisco Brewery FRED M. NIITMAD k MRI. H. MAD, PROP'S SOUTH MAIN STREET, EUREKA. Keeps constantly on hand a oen eral assortment of flue Wines, Liquors and Cigars. .AL«K>. B E E R By the wholesale and retail. A Fine Reading Room Where all the latent newapapera mar be found Alto, a floe Monarch BILLIARD TABLE. •^LUNCH served at all honra. 11. MAD k CO Eureka, November 1, 1887. PRICE LIST. I WILL SELL AT 51Y 81LOON. OS NORTH Main afreet, Kurt ka. Nev,. WINES AND LIQUORS Of tho beat quality at the following price*: Whiaky.#3 60 per gallon Whisky. . 1 75 per half gal Whisky. 1 00 per quart Grape Braudy. 2 60 per gallon drape Brandy. . 1 25 per half ga) Grape Brandy. 75 per quart Cal. Claret Wine. 80 per gallon Cal. Claret Wine,. 40 per half gjl Cal. Claret Wine. 26 per quart I hare also on hand s fall stock of tirst-clsse Blackberry Brandy, Holland Gin, Jamaica Ruin, Acgelllc* Wine, and fancy imported wines, beer and cigar*, which can be had at equally reasonable rates. j4 EUREKA JIARKET. One door south of the Opera Hooae, South Main street. HALEY & PABONI.Proprietors BEEP. MUTTOW. PORK. VEAL. BRAINS, TRIPE. Etc. Orders Delivered to Auj Part o low n or Vlrtulij. The Hl^heat Cash Price paid for BIDES, aul-tf OYSTER SALOON AND CHOP HOUSE. North Main street, Eureka. Nevada. DANIEL DROWN, : i : PROPRIETOR. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Oyatara rw«l,«l dally ky «>prNi and all the dcUo.de. of the market key! eonetau’ly on hand. ELEGANT PRIVATE ROOMS. Henry Berry ASSAYER. OFFIOCE -GRNER OF THE MASONl Building, Eureka, Nevada. dldtf Registration Notice. Notice i. hereby given that the Book* of Ueiiiitretion for Ibe general election to be held November 8, 1893, for tbe election of Stele, County end Town,hip officer., are now open and will remain open daily on all legal dtyr, from 10 o’clock i, a. to I o'clock p. m , until October 10, 1893, and from October 10, 1893, to Ootober 30, 1893, from 7 to 9 o'oioek r. a., in add! tion lo tbe boon heretofore mentioned, at which time the booka for regieiration will olo.e at li o'olock p. a. The law re quirea naturalized oiilzona to exbibit tbeir certificate* o( naturalization at Iba lima they preaent tbem.elvea for regiatration. Jon* A. Wilsqk, J, P„ And ex-officio Itegiatry Agent, Eureka Preoincta Noa, 1 and 3. Registration Notice. Notice is hereby given that tbe Booka of Registration for tbe general election to be held November 8. 1892. for tbe election of 8tate, County end Townabip officers, ere now open end will remain open daily on all legal days, from 10 o’clock to 6 n’olook p. m , anti) Ootober 10. 1892. and from October 10. 1892, to Ootober 20, 1892, from 7 to 9 o’olock p. m., io addi tion to tbe boors heretofore mentioned, at which time tbe books for registration will close at 6 o’olook p. m. Tbe law re quires naturalized citizens to szblbit their certificates of naturalization at tbs time they preaent themselves for registration. Jon* Gueenwood, J. P., And ex officio Registry Aagent, Ruby Hill Precinct No 3. Registration Notice. Notice is hereby given that tbe Book* of Registration for tb. general election to be held November 8, 1892, for tbe election of j state, County and Township officers, are now open and will remain open dally on all legal days, from 10 o’oloek a. m. to 8 o'clock p. m ., until Ootober 10, 1892, and from Ootober 10, 1892, to Ootober 20, 1892, from 7 to 9 o'olock p. in addi ; tion to the boora heretofore mentioned, at which time the hooka for registration will close at 6 o’olock p. M. The law fe 1 quires naturalized citizens to exhibit their certificates of naturalisation at the time they present themselves for registration. JaKem B. Douohebty, J. P., And ex officio Registry Agent, Cortez Precinct No. 4. Registration Notice. Notice is hereby given that the Books of Registration for the general election to be held November 8, 1892, for the election of State, Connty and Township officers, are now open and will remain open daily on all legal days, from 10 o’clock a. m. to 6 o’clock p m, until Ootober 10, 1892, and from October 10, 1892, to October 20, 1892, from 7 to 9 o'clock p. m , in addi tion to tbe hoars heretofore mentioned, at which time tbe books for registration will close at C o’olock p. m Tbe law re quires naturalized citizens to exhibit their certificates of naturalization at the time they present themselves for registration. F. L. Ekobtbom, Beowawe Precinot, No. 5. Registration Notice. Notice is hereby given that the Books of Registration fur the general election to be held November 8, 1892, for the election of 8tate, County end Township officers, ere now open and will remain open daily on all legal days, from 10 o’clock a. m. to 6 o’clock p m., until October 10, 1892, and fmm Ootober 10. 1892, to Ootober 20, 1892, from 7 to 9 o’olock p. M., in addi tion to the hours heretofore mentioned, at which time the books for registration will close at 6 o’olock p. n. The law re quirts naturalized oitizens to exhibit their certificates of naturalization at the time they present themselves for registration. John Hanfifan, J. P., And ex officio Registry Agent* Palisade Precinct No. C. Registration Notice. Notice is hereby given that the Booka of Registration for the general eleotion to be held November 8, 1892, for tbe eleotion of State, County and Township officers, are now open and will romsio open daily on all legal days, from 10 o’olock a. m. to 6 o'olock p. M , nntil October 10, 1892, and from October 10, 1892, to Oolober 20, 1892, from 7 to 9 o'olock P. m , in addi tion to the hours heretofore mentioned, at whioh time the books for registration will close at 6 o’olock p. m. The law re quires naturalized oitizens to exhibit their certificates of naturalisation at the time they present themselves for registration. Georok Buchanan, J. P., And ex officio Registry Agent, Mineral Hill Preoinet No. 7. Registration Notice. Notice it hereby given that Ibe Book, of Reglatretion for the general eleotion to be held November 8, 1892, for tbe eleotion of 8Ute, County end Towuabip officer*, ere now open end will remain open deily on ell legal days, from 10 o’olook *. M. to 6 o'clock p. e , until Ootober 10, 1892, end from October 10, 1892, to October 20, 1892, from 7 to 9 o'olook p M., in addi tion to tbe hour* heretofore mentioned, at which time the book* for reglatretion will close al 0 o'olock r. M. Tbe law rs qulrea naturalized citizen, to exhibit Ibeir certificate, of nztnrzllzztion at the time they preeent tbemaelvee for registration. Jambs White, Rezialry Agent, White'* Ranoh Preoinet No. 8. _ Registration Notice. Notice la hereby giren that the Books of Registration for the general election to be I he’d November 8, 1892, for the eieotion of State, County and Towusbip officers, are now open and will remain open daily on all legal days, from 10 o'clock a. n. to 6 o'clock p. m , until Ootober 10, 1892, and from October 10. 1892, to Ootober 20, 1892, from 7 to 9 o'olock P. n , in add! tiou to tho hours heretofore mentioned, et which time the books for regiatretion will close at 6 o’clock p. * The law re quires naturalized oitizeos to eahlbil their certificates of naturalization at the time tbev present themselves for registration, M Docqhehty, Registry Agent, Oeddea Preoinct No. 9. Registration Notice. Notice U hereby given th»t the Books of Registration for the general election to be held November 8, 1892, for the election of State, County and Township officers, arc uow open and will remain opsn daily on all legal days, from 10 o’clock a. M. to 6 o’olock p. M-, until Ootober 10, 1892, and from October 10, 1892, to Ootober 20, 1892, from 7 to 9 o'clock p. K., in addi tion to the boora heretofore mentioned, at which time the booke for regietratton will close at 6 o'clook P. M. The law re quires naturalized citizens to ezblbit tbeir certificates of naturalisation at the time they present themselves for registration. E. Boomhoweb, Registry Agent, Pine Station Preoinol No. 10. Children'* toys, games, books, doll carriages, dishes and everythin* per taining to Holiday Hoods at the Pont ' office store. Registration Notice. Notlo* I* hereby given that the Book! of Regiatration for lb* general oleotion to b* held November 8, 1892. for th* election of Slat*. Ooonty and Tonorblp officer., are now open and will remain open daily on all legal day*, from 10 o’olook a. a. to • o'clock p. a , until October 10, 1892, and front October 10, 1892, to October 20, 1892, from 7 to 9 o’clock r. a., In addi tion to tbe hoar* heretofore mentioned, nl wbiob time tbe book* lor ragtetratlon will clove at 6 o’clock p. a. Tbe law re* quire* naturalized ettizeee to exhibit tbalr certificate* of naturalization at tbe time they preaent tbemaelve* for regiatratloo. Jon* Iawiz, Reglatry Agent, Bullion Hill Praoincl No. 11. _ Registration Notice. Notice I* hereby given that tba Book* of Regiatration tor tbe general election to be held November 8. 1892, for the election of State, County and Township officer*, are now open and will remain opeo dally on all legal day*, from 10 o'clock a. tr. to 6 o'clock p. a., until October 10, 1892, and from October 10, 1892. I* October 20, 1892, from 7 to 9 o’clock p. a. In addi tion to tbe hour* heretofore mentioned, at which time tbe book* for regietratlon will cloae at 6 o'oloek p. a. Tbe law re quire* naturalized citizen* to exhibit their oertlfioete* of naturalization at tbe time they present Ibemaelret for registration. E. W. TncaozT, Reglatry Agent, Diamond Mine Precinct No. 12. NOTICE. LAND OFFICE AT EUREKA, NEVADA, Aug. 22. 1892. VTOTIOE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Xl following named settler has filed notice of hit intention to make final proof in rapport of hie claim, and that said proof will be made before tba Register and Receiver. U. 8. Land office. at Eureka. Nevada, on Wednesday. Oct. 5, 1892, vis: Kiehard Barnes, homestead en try No. 299. for the NE. fc of BE. fc, SW. fc of BE. fc, and lot 8, of nee. 0. and lot 8. of sec 7. township 27 N.. R. 18 E , M. D. M. He iiamt-s tha following witnesses-to provs his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, vis: Robert Hager, of Ruhy Val ley. Nevada; Henry H>vgar. of Eureka. Nevada; Walter 8 Long, of Eureka, Nevada; Mathew Hoey, of Eureka, Nevada. J. P. DUNKLK, Register. au27-tf “notice' TO DAVID ARMSTRONG, OO-OWNER WITH JOHN P HULTMAN IN THE MAYFLOWER MINE, CORTEZ MINING DISTRICT, EU REKA COUNTY, NKVADA. \rOU, DAVID ARMSTRONG. ARE HERE I by notified that tbe undersigned, John P. Hnltmen, co owner with you In the Mayflower mining claim, situate in Cortes Mining District. Eureka county, Nevada, haa expended more than the sum of one hundred ($100) dollars in labor on said claim in and for the year 1891, of which your portion is fifty dollars ($5n). which expenditure was made by me to bold the claim uuder tha Acts of Congress. You sre notifisd to pay your said proportion of such expendi tures to bus before the expiration of oca hun dred and eighty days (180), after the first pub lication of this notice, otherwise your interest in said claim will become my property by vir tue of tbe Acte of Oongreaa in such eases made and provided, and your failure to comply there with. JOHN P. HULTMAN. My Postoffle* address la Cortes, Eureka oown ly, Mile of Nevada Dated February 6, 1892. f0-9m NOTICE. Im »b« IHetrlrt Court of the 8lats of Nevada, Eureka County. In tha matter of the Estate of H. L Smith, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that Geo. Tsssell bM filed with tbe Clerk of ■eld Court a petition, praying for a settlement of his final account and retort of tbs estate of II. L Smith, deceased, and that Monday tha 27th of Jane, 189), at 10 o'clock a. M-, tbe same being a dsy of the regular session of said Court, at tbe Courthouse, and in the Courtroom there, of, In the town of Eureka, said county and Bute, has been sat by the Court for hearing of iai<f petition, when and where any person In tereated may apper and ahow cause why aald petition should not be granted. IN W1TN1NNS8 WHEREOF, I HAVE IIERE uoto set my hand officially, and [seal.] affixed the seal of said Coart, this 13th day of June, 1*92. F. H. HARMON, County Clerk. Eureka County, Nev.,andex officio Clerk of aald Court. Je-10 By Join McKbemaw, Deputy. Notice to Creditors. la the District Court or the State or Nevada, Eureka Canaty. In the Matter of the Estate of PETER W. EOFF, Deceased. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY TBE undersigned, Administrator of the es tate of Pater W. Eoff, deceased, to the credit* ora of and all persona having claims against the aald deceased to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within five weeks from the first publication of this notice to the said Administrator at hie place of business on Main atreet near Bateman, in the town of Eu reka. State of Nevada, the same being the place for tbe transaction of tha bnslners oi said estate. FRANK R. McNAMEE. Administrator of tha Estate of Peter W. Eoff. deceased. baud at Xur.U, N**.. July 11. lstf. jy 1M* IT IS A FACT THAT Oar Workers ARE BETTER PAID thaa ALL OTHERS ; earn their money with greater ease, and are aupplied with ar ticle* which the people went and will hare. Beginners of either sex, young or old, learn the business in s day, and succeed from tha start No special ability required. If yon cannot give all your time to the work, wt will cheerfully accept y our snare moments. Write us immediately for full information, which ere shall be pleased to aend you frea. GEORGE STINSON 4k CO.. Boi 488, Portland, Maine. KNIGHTS OF^ PYTHIAS. The regular m eetinqb of bia. tile Lodge No. T. R. ot P.. will b* bald at their Oaatle Ball atary FRIDAY aranlng at I AC o'clock until furthai notion. Sojourning Broth era are cordially Incited to attend 1. W. LAMBERT, 0. C. Janes Wiiaos, R. ot R. 8. If yon wiah to pnrohaan bargain*, read Joe Houaemnan’a Hosing oat eal* ad». TRAVELERS’ GUIDE. Eureka and Palisade RAILROAD. »■» ARRiRVMUT*. On and after May 2, 1892, •a* rnifki *111 Ian lutki on MOHDATS, TUIH DATS end FRIDAYS, I On FmMo Stondud Uni M follow*. UtTdgnktil. ini,* tf'll* *1 P*ll**d* At.too r. W Making eonnactloo with ■mi AUI Wttf Boa ad Troian of Iht Oaalrol Pool He Bollrood. Ratarnlng, will Iaata PlllIAd* on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS And SATURDAYS. L**TA PAllAAdA At.8.00 A. «, hrtl *a At Earaka At._S OO ». a. THE COMPANY WILL FORWARD FREIGHT HAMILTON, SELIGMAN TAYLOR, ELY. TYBO, BELMONT, REVEILLE. ▲ad all point* aootb, by teams, with ear< and dispatch, and at tbs lowest rates. B. GILMANa General Snp’t. THE NEVADA STAGE COMPANY. Carr>l»f U. S. Halls ami Welle, Fargo Sc Co.'s Express. Stages will leave dally at 8 o'clock A. u. for the following points, via: Seligman, Hamil ton, Ely and Taylor: Fareet Eureka to Seligman.$5 00 Return Ticket...8 00 Eureka to Hamilton. 8 00 Return Ticket,,,„„„. 12 00 Eureka to Ely.16 00 Enreka to Taylor...^^...._19 Of. Return Ticket,.._.._80 00 Thirty pounds of Baggage allowed each passenger. Return Tickets good for 80 days. Positively ne rebate allowed oommert lei travelers on Hound Trip rates. Rallread Freight and Transport** lion Line. Teams of the above line will deliver Freight at Taylor and points South, leaving Eureka every day, or as often as the buslneea de mands it. OFFICR—Next door to Jeeee Ifendea' sa loon, Main street. Je30-tf J. A. MATT08, Proprietor. NO. 988. Application for a Patent. U. S. Land Orncs, Firxea, Nev. November 18. 1891. Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of Chapter Six of Title thirty-two of the Revised Statutes of the United States, that the Silver Lick Oon. Mining Company by their authorised agent James Wilson, whose Post office address is Eureka, Nevada, has this day filed their ep Llicationfor 1,500 lenear feet of the Herculean ode mine or deposit bearing gold, silver and other mineral, with surface ground 20u feet In width, lying and being situated within the Eureka Mining District, county of Eureka and State of Nevada, la about to make application t« the United States for a patent to the uaid mining claim, which Is more fully described as to metes and bounds bv the official plat herewith posted end by tne field notes or survey thereof, now filed In the office of the Register of the Lend Office, subject to aale at Eureka, Nevada, which notes of survey de scribe the boundaries and extent of said claim on the surface, with magnetic variation of jot* ui‘K «hi an iuiiu»» iu w.i, beginning at a stake marked No. 1 U. 8. 8., No. 317. it being tbe northeast corner, and stauding on the rising ground northeasterly from the Silver Lick shsf ; thence tunning 8. 32 deg. K, '200 feet, to post marked No. 2, U. 8. 8.. No. 317, it being th* original monument, whence mineral monument No. 10, bears N. 43 deg 8 min. E., 3,112 feet; thence running 8 58 deg W. 20 feet to northeast corner of Minerva No. 289. and tbe shaft at the Silver Lick No. 75 heart 8. 34 deg. 30 min. W., 750 feet, 1,500 feet to post marked No. 3. U. 8. 8.. No. 817, it being tbe aouthwest corner, and at the northwest corner cf Minerva No. *232; thence running N, 32 deg W.,200 feet to post marked No. 4, F. 8. S , No. 317. the original monument, on the side line of U. 8. 8. No. 280, whence post No. 2. of said survey bears 8. 66 deg W.. 276 f. et Shaft No 1, bears N. 63 deg. E. 360 feet; Shaft No. 2. bears N, 63 deg. K. 400 feet, and Shaft No. 3, bears N. 64 deg.. 15 min. E..600 feet, thence runningN. 59 deg. X. along side line of No 280. lurekaNo. 2 claim. 1,224 feet to poat No 1. of said survey No. 280. oa stake marked No. 1. the place of beginning. Containing 6 83 acres, courses expressed from tbe true meridian, with s magnetic varia tion of 16) deg. E. II. D. M The nearest known locations are the Eureka No. 2, adjoining on tbe northwest, and the Minerva on the southeast. Any and all per« i claiming adversely ap portion of said Hereul*-au mine or surface gr und are required to file their adverse claim with the Register of the IT. 8. Land Office at Eureka, tn tbe State of Nevada, during the period of publication hereof, or thry will be de arred by virtue of the pro vision! of the autute J. P DUNK* E. Register It is hereby ordered that tbe foregoing no Uce of application for a patent be published in the Eureka Bkmunbl. a weekly newspvper published at Eureka. Nevada, for the period of slaty days.(ten consecutive weeks ) nl4 J. P. DUNKLE, Register I'eylou Teas. Remington, Johnson & Co. are just Iin receipt of a very fine article of Ceylon tea*, which they sell at prices ranging from 50 cents to |1 a pound. _MISCELLANEOUS. HO. 991. Application for a Patent. U. 8. Laud Owci. EmiA, Nnv, February 16, 1892. Notice la hereby given that In pursuance of Chapter Bli of title thirty-two of the Rev lead Statutes of the United Hts'es, that Thornae Wren, whoee Postofflce address lit Eureka, Ne vada, hae thle day filed t i« application for 1.800 linear feet of the Mon tor K In deer lod**. niiue or depoelt faring silver, gold and other minerals, with surface ground 200 feet in width, lying end being situated within the White Pin- Mining District, county of White Pine and State of N vad* is about to make ap .Plication to the United States for a patent to the a&ld mining cla m, which la mo>e fully deec-r bed as to mate* etd Lonnde by the of Be lei plat herewith poetrd and filed, and by the field notes cf survey thereof row filed in the office of the Register of the Land Office, subject to sale at Eureka, Nevada, which notes of aurvev describee ti e boundaries and ei tent of sMd claim on the surface, with magnetic variations of 16 deg 45min E. as fol lows to wit: Beginnings! a staked mark'd No. 1, U. 8. S , No. 127, whence the original monument bear* N. 86 deg. E. 100 feet, end the southwest cor ner of Ola* er No. 76. bears N. 88 deg. 30 mlu. W., 496 feet; thence running S. 6 deg K. 200 feet to a poet marked No. 2. U. 8. 8 No. 127, whence the original monument beara N. 85 d g E 100 feet; thence running 8. 85 deg. W. 1,500 feet, to a poet marked No. 3, U. 8. 8. No. 1*7, the original monnment; thence running N. 6 deg. W. 100 feet, to center post on west end of claim, standing ten feet north of cen ter of tunnel, wheure the southeast corner of Charter Oak No. 86 beara 8. 85 deg W. 210 feet, and tbe south west corner of Hec. 30, T. 16 N. R. frS E.. bears 8. 79 deg. W. 890 feet, % 0 feet to poet No. 4. U. 8 8. No. 127. whence the southeast comer of lot No. 114, Co'igross loce bears N. 40 deg. 16 min. K.845 feet, and Peak No, 2, beara N. 49 deg. 15 min K 6 675 feet; thence running N. 86 deg. E. I,f00 feet to the place of beginning, containing 6-89 acrea. Courses expressed from toe true meridian with a magnetic variation of 10 deg. 45 min. E M D. M. i ne nearest Known loe .lions are the Charter Oak No. 86, on the west end and the Glaser claim No. 79 on the north side Any and all persona claiming adversely any portion of said Monitor Reindeer lode tr surface ground are required to die th*dr adv rse claim with the Register of the United States Land Office at Eureka In the State of Nevada, during the sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. J. P. DUNK LB, Register. It Is hereby ordered that the foregoing no tice of application for a parent he published 'or the period of sixty days, (tea consecutive weeks), in the Ei’Bkka Sxntimkl, l weekly newa Saper published at Eureka, Eureka oodnty, evada J. P. DUNKLE. Register. f*>-10w NO. 989. Application for a Patent. U. S. Land Omen. Eureka, Nev. December 10, 1891. Notice is hereby given that In pursuance of Chapter Six of title thirty-two of the revlaed statutes of the United States, that (he Silver Lick Con. Mining Company by their authorized agent James Wilson, whose postofflee address is Eureka, Nevada, has this day filed their ap plication for aeveu hundred linear feet of the Horizontal lode mine or deposit bearing gold, silver and other minerals, with surface ground 200 feet in width, lying and being situated within the Eureka Mining District, county of Eureka, and Mate of Nevada, is about to make application to the United States for a patent to the aald mining claim which is moro fully de scribed as to metes and bounds by tbe official plat herewith posti d, and by the field notes of survey thereof now filed in the office of the Register of the Land Office subject to sale at Eureka, Nevada, which notice of survey do st ribes the boundaries and contents of said claim on the surface, with a magnetic variation of 10H d* g east as follows, to wit; Beginning at a post marked No. 1, U. S. 8. No. 316. whence mineral monument No. 10, bears N 39 deg.45 min. E. 3,190 feet, and theNK corner No. 1. U. S. S. No. 75. Silver Lick and Bobby Burns bears S. 58 deg W. 251 feet, and the Silver Lick No. 75 Shaft, bears 8. 50 deg. W 700 feet; thence running 8 32 deg. E. 700 feet to a post marked No.2,U 8 8.No. 310, the said post is on a rocky point novth of the r ad; thence running 8. 68 deg. W. 200 feet, to a post marked No, 3, U 8. 8. No. 310, 10feet south of a dry wash; thence running N. 31 deg. W. 700 feet to spost marked No. 4, U. S. 8. No 310; whence post No. 1, U. 8. 8. No. 75, Silver Lick, bears 8 58 deg. W . 61 feet; thet.ee running N. fci dig. E. along aide line of U. 8. 8. No. 292. Minerva lode 196 feet to post No. 2, of said Minerv i lode.QOu feet to po«t marked No. 1, the place of beginning, containing 3-21 acres. Courses expressed from the true meridian, with a magnetic variation of 16) deg. E. M. D. M. The nearest locations aie tnd Minerva loae No. 292 on the northerly end, and the Silver Lick No. 75, and U. 8. S'. No. 300 on the south ern side. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Horizontal mine, or surface ground are required to file their ad verse claims with the Register of tlie United States L«nd Office at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the sixty days period of publica t.on hereof, orthev will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the Statute. J. P. DUN RLE. Register. It la hereby ordered that the foregoing no tice of application for patent bo published for the period of sixty days (ten consecutive weeks,) in the Eureka Sentinel, a weekly newspaper published at Eureka, Nevada. dl9tf J. P. DUNKLE. Regiater. CHASTERRARIS’ lot ni loo Stora, MAIN STREET, EURE A, NEV. Manufacturer and dealer in BOOTS AND SHOES OF EVERY DE SCRIPTION. A full NO«l fit'll Azsortrd flu of fool firar for tleul's, Hoys, Youllit, E.iwllee, Nitsea. Mlueis nutl Children Always oil Hantl. My goeds are specially aeleted from the beat manufacturers of Eastern and Western Cltioe. PRICES REASONABLE. r<> K|>ot (null Fiiroliuurr taadliceuit'nfl* aarai *i IIV r eil. CUSTOM WORK A SPECIALTY'. REPAIRING NE4TLY I)ONK. Couutrj order* always promptly attended to c24 CHA8. FKKKAKIS. Proprtalor. 3STOTXGJBr lu (he Uhtrlel Court of (hr Nlate orXevsda, Eurwlxw (ouuly. In the Matter of the Estate of GE RGE W. CASSIDY, Deceased. ■XTOTIC* 13 HEREBY GIVEN BY THE i mnl«r*igned, Adibibiktrdrii » f Hi** estate of Geo. \V. Canady, dec*ased. .o thecie.iitoraof, and a.I persona hav.ng claim* against th* aald dec« ahcJ. toexhlbll tl em with the necessary votic tiers within four months after the lira! pub 11« alt»*« of this notice to (he said A.iniini tratrix at her residence in the Sentinel building, corner «»f M •• roe an i Bite man struts, in the town of Enreka, county cf Eureka. State of Nevada, the same b.lng th* place for the transaction of "““maRT CASSIDY, Admlulptr»trtx ol tb* Kmt* cl Geo. W. Cm I nid v, deceased. Pei tu Bbkkx, Attorney lor Admiulstrxtrix. I Doted Kurekt. Ner., Bept. 17th DU2. st7-4m. Mull Fn|>cr. I*. H. 11 jut is just in receipt of 1,* | 500 rolls "f various patterns of wall paper, which he sella at greatly jre ] duccil price*. * . '■ ——■■■ AM ACT TO EKCOCRAOR THE COXSTRCCTIOJI OF A RAILROAD ACROSS TI*' SI ATX OF N KV ADA. Bectio* 1. W henever, after Mae passage of ibi« act, the Utah A Nevada Air Liaa Hailway Company, a corporation hereto fore organized and now existing under nn4 by virtue of the lawn of the fctate if Ne vada, shall have constructed k first claaft railroad of standard goage through tbo counties of White Pine, Kureka, Lander, Churchill and W ashoe, or either of them, it aball be entitled to receive tbo bond of said counties, or tither of them, at tbo time and in the manner hereinafter pro vided, to the emoont of $3,000 per onto for each and every mile of the main track of aaid railroad completed in said county; provided, that said railroad aball he com pleted and in full operation within live years from tbo date of the approval of this act, and no bonds snail be issued under its provisions after that time. 8ee. 2. Immediately upon the receipt by the Board of County Commiaaionera of either of the said counties of a eworu cer tificate of the County Burveyor of suoh oouoty, or of such a certificate of the Burveyor-General of the 8tate of Nevada, setting forth that twenty miles of such railroad as herein mentioned have been built and completed by said company and in proper condition to receivo the rolling •tock, and that said section of twenty miles is a part of a continuous line of rail way then in course of construction ae herein before specified.it shall be the dnty of said Board of County Commissioners of suoh coonty, and they are hereby directed immediately to take such action as may ba necessary to prepare, to issue and to de liver $60,000 of the bond# of said county provided for in thia act to said railroad company; and thereafter as each nucceas ive twenty miles of railroad shall Lav# been completed and ready io receive tha rolling stuck in buco connty, and the lame ■ball be shown by Ibe certificate aforesaid the said board ebatl issue and de liver to said railroad company the bond* of said oounty, at the rate of stity thousand dollars in bonds for eachseotlon of twenty miles thus completed In said coonty, and in case the last section neeee • sary to complete the whole length of the road in said county shall not amount to twenty miles, then for snch frsotional aeo tion of twenty miles such bonds shall be issued at the rate of three thousand dol lars per mile; provided, that no bondl shall be issued under the provisions of this act after the lapse of five years from the date of its approval, and no portion of said railroad not then completed shall receive any bonds from said counties, or either of them in aid of its construction. Sec. 3. Said bonds shell bear interest at the rate of (5) percent per annum, pay able semi annually, and they shall be for an amount not less than five hundred ($5001 dollars nor more than one thous and i$1,000) respectively. They shall b« lithographed or engraved, with the neoeseary interest ooupone attached to each, shall express upnu their face that they are payable in gold coin of the United Hlates, subject to the provisions and conditions contained in this act. Both bonds and coupons shall be payable to bearer, and the interest tbercon shall be paid semi annually, on each first day of January and each first day of July subse quent to the issuance of snch bonds, and upon tbe first day of each January and July thereafter, until all interest payablo on tbe same shall have been extinguished. Both tbe interest and principal of said bonds shall only be paid by tbe Treasurer of the county from which they may barn been issued at the time and in accordance with the provisions of this act. Seo. 4. In eaoh of tbe counties from which bonds may be issued under and by virtue of this act, there shall be annually applied from the revenue of such county to the payment of tbe interest and the principal of said bonds which shall have been issuod from said county, a sum of money equal In amunnt to tbe sum which shall bo collected from said county from said Utah tnd Nevada Air I.ine liailway Company, from the taxes levied upon tbe entire property of said company in said connty, less the amount of taxes wbioti may have been levied on and collected therefrom for State and school purposesa and tbe amount so applicable to tbe pay ment of tbe interest and tbe redemption of tbe principal of said bonds, shall be placed in a separate fund to be called the “ Railroad Interest and Sinking Fund," whioh shall be applied: first, to the pay ment of the interest as herein directed, and second, to the redemption of the prinoipal of said bonds as provided in this act, it being the true intent and mean ing of this section of this aot that tbe interest and principal of all the bonde issued under the provisions of this aol shall be paid oot of the revenue derived from the respective connties from the taxes upon the property of tbe said rail road company, less the amount realised by said counties from the taxes levied for State and school purposes. Sec. 5. Said bonds shall be payable in twenty-five years, and both the intereel and principal shall be paid only ae provided in this act. Sec. 6. The boDda to be issued under the provisions of this aot ahall be deliv ered to said railroad oompany by tha Board of County Commissioners of tha respective connties named. They shall ba signed by tbe chairman and tbe clerk of the Board and shall bear the seal of such Board. The interest bearing coupons belonging to and attached to each of said bonds shall bear tbe engraved or litho graphed signature of tbe clerk of said Board of Commissioners. Sec. 7. In case any of the territory through which said railroad may be buill shall hereafter l>e detached from th# county within which it is now embraced, and such territory added to some other county, tbe provisions of this act respect ing the issuance of said bonds and their mode of payment shall apply to such county aud the officers thereof the sama as though suchconuty was or gin ally in cluded in the provision* hereof. Sec. 8 The faith of the State of Nevada it) hereby pledged that this net shall nevei be repealed nor so modified in any way aa to impair the security of those who shall hold or purchase any of the bonds in thia act provided, nor during the construction of said railroad after it has been in good faitb commenced. Sec. 9. All acts and parts of acts in con flict with the provisions of this aot ara hereby repealed. THIS IS R0JD1BDG! 3D. KUHN, THE IRREPRESSIBLE MERCHANT TAILOR IN THE FIELD ! WELL KNOWN IN EUREKA. Agent for TlCbasr A Co , Nr. I.oul* In the rear of the Opera House, on Bnel street. C'lLOTIUS MADE TO ORDER AND WAR j ranted to flt. I will take your measure ( r a anil of clothes a! price a that will defy competition; in fact, cheaper than you can b in any clothing store. Reason: In a clothing store you are purchasing clothes that are fa-led and old style*. 1 ng *‘nce played cut If I Hke \ our measure you can select at my office th* finest *a*i pie patterns and lake* faalilou plates to gait the west faatidiou*. p», give me a call and you will see that II 1* of no use to buy ready made clothing w hea yi.n can get then made o order and wa»aante4 1 to St at cheaper price*. 1 KUHN, > my IT • I Merchant Tailor.