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S*nll Text of Nevada’s New Election Law. varus shouio read and stiiot its PROVISIONS. t'nir nml Clone Flcettana »" Future II Uie l.n» l» Obienml. AN ACT RELATING TO ELECTIONS and to more fully secure THE SECRECY OF THE BALLOT. | Approved March 13, 180l. | Tbe People ol »be Stale of Nevada, rep resented in Senate and Assembly, do en aot as follows: Bbctioh 1. All ballots oast in elections for public officers within this State shall be printed and distributed at publio tx pense, as hereinafter provided. Thi printing of general tiokets and cards of Instraouon for tbe electors of each oounly. and the delivery of the same to the elec tion offlc“ra, as provided for in this Aot, •hall be a county oharge, the payment of which shall be provided for in tbe eame in,inner as the payment of other oouuly expenses, and in oase of separate eleotions for oity, town or di.lriotoffieere, the print ing and delivery of tickets and oards cl instruction shall be charged upon the oity, town or district in which said tiokets and oards are to be used, the payment ol which shall be provided for in the nan manner as the payment of other city, oounly or district expenses, Skc 3. Any oonventioD, as hereinafter denned, held for the purpose of making nominations for public office, and also electors to the number hereinafter epeci fled, may nominate candidates for pnbli. offloes, to bo Ailed by election within th Slate. A convention within the moaning of thie Aot is an organized assemblage ol delegates representing a political party, which, at the last oleoti.m. before th. holding of snoh convention, polled at loast three per cant of the entire vote casl in the State, connty, district or other polit ioal division, for which the nomination is made. Sec. 3. All nominations made by snob convention shall be certified as follow* The certificate of nomination, which rau*t bs in writing, shall oonUin the nam » of each person nominated, his residence an offioe for which he is nominated, and aha! designate the party or principle which such convention represents. It shall be signed by the Chairman and Secretary oi •nob convention, who shall add to theii signatures their respective places of resi denoe, and make oath before an officer authorized to administer the same, that the matters stated in such certificate ar true to the best of tbeir knowledge and belief, and a certificate of the said oath shall be annexed to said certificate o! nomination. Sec. 4. A candidate for pnblic offie may he nominated otherwise than by t j onveotion in the manner following: A i ortifioata of nomination containing th* name of the candidate to be nominated, with the other information required to b< giveu in the certificate provided for in sec lion three of this Act, shall be signed by alec'or s residing within the district or political division for which candidates sr< to bo presented, equal in number to a. least three per cent of the entire vote oast at the last preceding election in the State, district or political division for which tb« Domination is to be made; provided, that such certificate shall not be valid nnles signed by three voters. Said signature* need not all be appended to one paper, bat each signor shall add to his signature hi place of residence. One of the signers of each such certificate shall swear that th statements therein made are trne to tlit host of his knowledge and belief, and a cer tifioate of such oath shall be annexed. Saoh c rtificate of nomination shall Lav the same effect as a certificate of nomine lion made by a party convention. Seo. 5. Certificates of nomination of candidates for offices to be voted for by the electors of the entire State, shall b filed with the Secretary of State. Certi ficates of nomination of candidates for al other publio offices shall be filed with th Clerks of the respective counties wherein the officers are lo be voted for, and when a district embraces more than one oonnty. such certificates shall be filed with tb Clerk of each of said ooaQties. Sec G. No certificate of nomination shall contain the name of more than one candidate for each office to be filled. N< person shall join in nominating, under the provision of Seotion 4 of this Act. more than one nominee for each office to be filled, and no person who has voted in a convention, either in person or by proxy for or against a candidate for any offioe, shall join in nominating, in any manner, any other nominee for that office, and no person shall aocept a nomination to mor* than one offioe. Sec. 7. Certificates of oomioatioa re qaired to be filed with tbe Secretary ol State ahall not be filed more than sixty days nor less thao forty days before tin Jay of election when tbe nomination it made by a oonreDlion, and not more than sixty days nor less than thirty days before the dsy of eleotion when the nomination is made noder the provisions of seotiou four of this Act. Should a vacancy oecnr from any cause in tbe list of nominees for any office, such vacancy may be filled at any time before the day of eleotion by the con volition, or by a oommittee to which tbe convention has delegated the power to fill vacancies, or by petitions, as provided in seotiou four of this Act. Tbe Chair man and Secretary of the convention, or of sach oommittee, or each petitioners shall make and file with tbe proper offiocr a certificate, settiog forth the name of tbe person nominated to fill such vacancy, tbe office for whiob lie is nominated, the nam> of the person for whom the new nominee U is to be substituted,and such further infor mation as is required to be giveo in an original certificate of nomination. When snob certificate is filed, the officer with whom it is filed shall substitute tbe name of the person therein fur the original nomi nee, by printing, if practicable, or by writ ing the name of the person thus substi tuted. Sec. 8. Not less than twenty-five day* before an election to fill any public office the Secretary of State shall oertify to the County Clerk of each county within thc Stata the name of each person, and the name of the office for which he ie nomin ated, as specified in the oerlifioate of nomination filed with him. Sec. 9. Not loss than ten days before an election to fill any public office or of fices, the County Clerk shall cause to be published all tbe nominations oerttfied to or filed with him. Said nominations shall be published in a newspaper printed with in the couoty. When no newspaper is printed within the comity, the pnblioation shall bo made by posting a copy of tbe ballot in a pnblio plaoe in each election precinct within Ibe oonnty, one of which oopies shall be posted at the court-house door. When publication is made by print ing in newspapers, at least two pnblicalions by such newspapers shall be required, one of which shall appear in the last regular issue of such paper before eleotion day. Sec. 10. When a proposed Constitution, constitutional amendment or other ques tion is to be submitted fur popular vote, tbe Secretary of State shall oertify the aamc to the several County Clerks,and said County Clerks shall publish the same as provided for in section 9 of this Act. Sec. 11. It shall be the duty of the County Olerk to provide printed ballots for every election for publio officers, in which any voters within the county parti cipate, and to cause to be printed in the ballots prescribed herein, tbe name of each and every candidate whose came has boen certified to, or filed with him.as provided in this Act. Ballots other then those printed, as provided in Ibis Act. shall not be cast, or counted in any election. All hallo I* -bail be printed on tinted paper, furnished by tbe Secretary of State. It iball be tba duty of Ibe Secretary of Slate to obtain, aud keap on baud, a sufficient supply of •uob paper for ballots, and to furnish tbe same in quantities ordered to any County Clerk. Said paper shall be water.marked with a design furnished by tbe Secretary of State, in such a manner that tbe said water-mark shall be pleioly diaoernable on Ibe outaida of anch ballot when prop erly folded. 8uoh design sball lie changed for each general election, and tbe same de sign aball not be n»*d at any general election within tbe space of eight years, bnt at any speolel or sep arate local election paper marked with tbs design used at any prenoos election mey be used. Sec. 12. On each ballot a perforated line sball extend from top to bottom, one half-inch from the right band side of suoh ballot, and upon tbs half-inoh strip Ibus formed there sball be no writing or print ing, except! tbe number of tbe ballot, wbioh shall be upon tbe t ack of tbe strip in such position that it sball appear on the outside when tbe ballot is folded. Tbe number on each ballot shall be the same es that on the corresponding stub, and tbe ballots and stubs sball be numb-red Conseco lively in each oounly. Where the names of candidates are printed in separate columns, ibe columns shill be separated by heavy rules, and on all ballots tbe names of candidates sball be separated by a rule ex tending to the extreme right of tbe oolarnn. All ballots sball contain tbe name of each and every candidate whose nomination for any effioe specified in the ballot has been certified to and filed ac cording to tbe prnvie.n&s of this Act, and oo other name. The names of tbe candi dates for each office sball bo arranged under tbe designation of tbe office in al phabctical order, according to surname, except that Ibe name of candidates for Presidential Electors shall be arraogsd in groups as presented in Ibe several certifi cates of nomination, and tbe names of tbe raudidates for President and Vice President shall precede the proper groups of Preei lential Electors; tbe political defigeetion if ea-h oandidatc shall be printed opposite his name. There shall be left at the end of the list of candidates for each office one blank space to be need when substitnt log names to fill vacancies. There shall be a margin at tlie right band side of the names at least one-half inch wide, so that the voter may clearly indicate in tbe way hereinafter described tbe candidate 01 andidales for whom be wishes to vote. Whenever any question is to be submitted to tbe vote of the people, it shall bt printed upon tbe ballot in such a manner i* to enablo the electors to vote upon the location in the manner hereinafter pro vided. There shall be printed on tbe bal lots opposite tbe designation of eaci offioe such words as will aid the voter t indicate his choice of candidates, such a •* vote for one,” “vote for three,” and tb< like. Sec. 13. All ballots, when printed shall be bound in stab books of fifty and >ne huudred ballots each. A record of th? number of ballots printed for them shall be kept by the respective County Clerks Bec. 14. The County Clerks shall pro vide for each election precinct in the county wborein less than twenty-five voter, are registered fifty ballots, and In al other precincts one hundred ballotr for each fifty or fraction of fifty voters registered in the precinct. Bec. 15. Whenever it shall appear, by affidavit, that an error or omissiciu has oo ourred in the publication of the name o: description of any of the candidate* nominated, or in the printing of tho bal lots, any member of tbe Board of County Commissioners, upon applicatioi by any voter, shall issue an order requir mg tbe county Clerk to oorreot such er ror. Bec. 16. Before the opening of tb* polls, at any election, the County Clerk ihall cau»e to be delivered to the Board of Election of each election precinct in hi county tbe proper number of tickets o' the kind to be used in the election prooinot In case of prevention of an olectiou in an) oreciuct by reason of the lots or destruc tioo of tbe ballots inteuded for that pre finot, or for any other cause, the lnspec tor or other election officer for tbe pre jinct shall make an affidavit sotting fortl the fact and transmit it to the (Joveruoi >f the State. Upon receipt of such affidn v it, and upon the application of any candi date for any office to be voted for by tb voters of such precinol, the Governor ffiall order a now election in such pre oinot. Hkc. 17. At the same time and in tb tame manner a* Inspectors and Judges oi Eleotion are now appointed in the State there shall be appointed two Clerk* o' Electiou, who shall have oharge of the bal lots on eleotion day, and shall furnish them to the voters in the manner herein after provided for. Said Clerks of Elec (ion shall possess the same qualification* and reoeivo the same compensation a* In spectors of Election. Said Clerks shall b< selected from the political parties whic) polled the largest and the next larges* votes in the precinct at the last preceding general election. Beo. 18. The Board of Coaoty Com missiooers shall provide, at each pollin', place within the coanty, a sufficient number of places, booths or oompari rnents, in which voter* may oonvenientl? mark their ballots, so that in the marking thereof they may be screened from the obser v&iion of others, and a guard rail shall bt so placed that only such persons a* are in tide said rail cau approach within si: feet of the ballot box, and of sacb booth or compartments. The arrangement shall be such that neither the ballot box oor the booths or compartments shall b* hidden from the view of those just out side the guard rail. The number of such booths or compartments shall b< qoi less than one for each fifty or fraction of fifty voters registered in the precinct Each of said booths or compartment., shall be kept provided with proper sup plies and conveniences for marking ballot* No person, other than voters engaged it. receiving, preparing or depositing their ballots, shall be permitted iuside eair. gnard rail daring the time the polls are jpea, except by authority of the Board )f Election, and in that case only for the purpose of keeping order and enforcing •.he law. Seo. 19. Any person desiring to vote ihall give his address to one of the Clerk* of Election, who shall annoanoe the same, and if the other Cletk shall find the name upon the registry list he shall repeat th? uame and address. One ballot shall then be given to the voter, and tbo number of ibe said ballot shall be written by ooe of the Clerks of Election upon the registry list opposite the name of the voter receiv ing it. Sec. 20. On receiving his ballot Un voter shall immediately retire aloue to one of the places, booths or compartments, fie shall prepare bis ballot by marking a cross or X aft* r tfe* name of the person for whom he intends to vote for each of fice. In case of a constitutional amend rasnt or other qoMtioos submitted to the voters, the oross or X shall be placed after the answer which be desires to give. 8uoh marking shall be done only wiib a black leadpencii. Before leaving the booth or oomoartment the voter shall fold his bal lot in snob a manner that the water-mark and the number of the ballot shall appear on the outside, without exposing the marks Qpon the ballot, and shall keep it «o folded until he has voted. Having folded bis ballot, the voter -hall deliver it to the Inspector, who shall announce the name of the voter and the number of bis ballot. The Clerk having the registry list in bis charge, if he finds the uumhvr to agree with the number of the ballot delivered to the voter, shall repeat the name and Dumbe~, and shall mark opposite the name the word “voted.** The Inspector shall then separate the strip bearing the number from the ballot, and shall deposit the ballot in the ballot box. 8aid atrip and number sba'i be im mediately destroyed. 8tc.21. But oue person shall occupy any one booth or compartment at one time, and no porson shall remain in or occupy a booth or compartment longer than may be necessary to prepare bis ballot, and in no case longer than five minutes. 8me. 22. An voter who shall aooident ally spoil a ballot may return sncb spoiled ballot to the Clerks of Election, and re oeive another m its place. All tbe ballots tbns returned shall be immediately can celed. by writing tbe word canceled across tbe face of the ballot, and, with those not distributed to tbe voters shall bo returned with tbe election return*. A voter wbo does not vote tbe ballot delivered to him shall, before leaving the apace inside the gnard rail, return such ballot to the Clerks, wbo shall immediately cancel tbe same and return it in the same manner as a spoiled ballot. Tbe Clerks of Election •hall account for the ballots delivered to them, by returning a sufficient number of unused and spoiled ballots to make up, ■ ben added to tbe number of official bal lots cast, tbe number of ballots dellrered to them. Hit. 23. A voter who declares under oath, that by reason of physical disability, be is nnable to mark bis ballot, shall at bis request be permitted to receive tbe assistance, In such marking, of an elector, other than any election officer, but no per son shall be permitted to go inside tbe gusrd rail as an assistant to more than one voter. Sec. 34. No ballot shall be deposited In the ballot box unless tbe water-mark, a* hereinbefore provided, appear* thereon, and unless tbe slip containing tbe num ber of the ballot baa been removed there from by the Inspector. Sec. 31 The Connty Clerk shall cause to be printed, on plain white paper, with out water mark or indursemi uts, cxcep the words *' sample ballot,” at least three times as many ocpiea of the form of bal lot provided for use in each preeinet a* there shall be registered vot-rs in suob precinct. Suob copies shall be furnished to registered voters at the office of said County Clerk during office hoars for five dejs preceding tbe day of election; pro vided, that not more than two of such sample ballots shall bo furnished to any oue voter, except upon the written order of a voter, and not moro than two of laid sample ballot* shall be delivered on such order. At least as many rampls ballot* •ball be furnished by ihe County Clerk to each Board of Election as there shall be registered voters In tbe preoinct, and on election day the Board of Election shall furnish each registered voter, on applica (ion, one sack sample ballot. Said County Clerk shall a!* , cause tobeprinted, in plain type, ou cards, inetrnctlcns for thu guidance of voters for obtaining and markiug their ballots. He shall furnish twelve such cards to the Board of Election of each election precinct in the connty, at ■he same time and in the same manner as the ballots and sample ballots are fur nisbed. Tne Beard of Election shall post at least one of such cards in each booth or compartment provided for the preparation of ballots, and not less than three of sncli cards at other places in and about the poll ing places on the day of election. There shall he printed ou said cards section twenty-seven, twenty-eight, twenty nine and thirty of this Act. Seo. 2b. In coanting the votes any bal lot not bearing the water-mark, as pro vided in this Aot, shall not bo oennted. bnt such ballot must be preserved and re tnrned with the other ballots. When a voter marks more names than there arc persons to be eleoted to an office, or if for any reason It is impossible to determine ■ he voter’s ohoioe for any office, his vote for such office shall not be counted. Any ballot upon which appears names, words or marks written or printed, except as in this Act provided, shall not be counted. Bec. 27. Any person who shall falsely make or fraudulently deface or destroy any certificate of nomination or any parr ■hereof, or file any certificate of nomlna tioo knowing the same or any part thereof to be false, or suppress any certificate of nomination which has been duly filed, or my part thereof, or make use of, keep or furnish to others, except as in this Act pro vided, any paper water-marked in imita tation of ballot paper, or disclose to any person not engaged in nuking, printing or distribution of ballots*or ballot paper under the direction of the proper officer, the design of the water-mark to be placed on the ballot poper, or print or be eon cerned in printing or have in his possession any imitation of an official ballot, or make any mark or indorsement on any ballot, or stub, by which the ballot can be di* anguished.from other ballots or falsely swear that be is unable to mark his ballot by reason of physical disability, shall bo deemed guilty of a felony, and upon con viction thereof shall be imprisoned in the State Prison for a term not less than one year and not more than five years. Seo. 28. Any person who shall, daring an election, remove or destroy any of the ■ applies or other conveniences placed in the booths or compartments, or shall, dnr mg an election, remove, tear, down, or deface the cards of instruction posted, as prescribed by this Act, shall be gnilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviotion thereof shall be punished by a fine not less than fifty dollars, and not txceeding fire hun dred dollars, or by imprisonment in the canntyjail for a term not less than one month and not exceeding six months. Seo. 29. Any public offioer, upon whom any duly is imposed by this Act, who shall wilfully neglect or refuse to per form any snch duty, shall be deemed guilty of a felony, and npon conviotion (hereof shall be imprisoned in the Btate Prison for a term not less than one year and not exceeding five years. Sec. 30. No person except a member of the Board of Eleotion shall reoeive from any voter a ballot prepared by such voter. No person shall examiue such ballot or solicit a voter to show the same. No per •ton shall remove any ballot from any poll ing place before the closing of the polls. No person shall apply for or reoeive a bal lot at any election precinct other than tbe one on which he is entitled to vote. No person shall show bis ballot to any person, after marking it, so as to reveal aDy of tbe names voted for. No person shall ask another within one hundred feet of the polling place for whom he intends to vote. No voter shall reoeive a ballot from any other person than one of the Clerks of Eleotion, nor shall any other person than a Clerk of Eleotion deliver suoh ballot to such voter. No voter shall deliver to the Board of Eleotion or to any member thereof any ballot other than the one re ceived from a Clerk of Election. No voter shall place 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 guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviotion thereof shall be fined iu a sum not less than fifty dollars and not ex ceeding five hundred dollars, or by im prisonment in the county jail for a term not leas than oue month and not exaeediog six months. J. STRAUS, JEWELER, INFORMS THE PUBLIC THAT BEING UN able to tell at auction bis tine and irn menxe varied atock of Bold sail silver Hutch re. Jewelry. Nil ter Hare. KpecIsHei. Etc. Ktc., He has concluded to remain in Eureka, where he is ready to tell and take such orders for any • think *t* his line at small profit*. Country Order* Solicited. PETER BREEN,~~ ATTORNEY AT LAW. office- nisrBiti a rrouKEf* OFFICE, CO l'Ml IIO FIE, M-tP Eureka, X\r. For bargains in clothing and furnish ing goods, go to Nathan’s. T Toys, candies, nuts and fancy gro ceries, for sale cheap at McConnell's. NOTICE -or— Deliml Tax Sales. N'OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL whom il miy c<>fK«rn; That the follow ti*k described property situate, lying and be ing In the County of Eureka. State of Nevada, and assessed to the ownera thereof, whose names respectively ere set oppoolta the de siriptlon thereof, has been duly taxed and ate**** d for the year 1891, for the amount* hereinafter mentioned in connection with the description there f that said tax*# are delin quent; that ten per rent «»n s*»d taxes and cost of advertising will be collect*! In addi tion to the original tax, all the property sold for all of aaid original tax. penalty and costs, to wit ANDERSON, A. P. Improvements, log dwelling house situated igi the town of Sber w -od, tn Eureka county, Stale of Nevada. Tax.il 47; penalty. .15; <«»*ts, $2. total.$•< 02. BOWEN. I». Improvements, frame dwelling house, sitjsfed lu the town of Sher wood, in Enreks county, State of Nevada Tax. $2 94, penally. .»». costs. $2. total. $5,24. BBjWN A RITES. Improvemenla, frame oottage buildi dc, sfia'ed in the town of Sher wood. in Eureka county, and State of Nevada, known os the Potter residence. Tax, *8 82: pen alty, 89; costa, $1; total. 111 71. BEATTY, R. m P«*s**-es- ry interest In and to lot No. 6, in block No. 66. of the town of Eu .rekft in Eureka county, and state of Nevada. Improvements, (rams dwelling house. T»x, |8 92; pen alty, .90; cents, $$; total. Ill 82 CAVANAUGH 11. G. Possessory luterest in and to lot No. 6, iu block No. 98, of the town of Eureka, in Enrek \ county, ami State of Nevada Improvements, frame house. Possessory in terest in an<l to lot 7, lu block No. 98, of the town of Eureka, in Eureka county, and State of Nevada. Tax. $* W; penalty, .90; costs. $2. total, 111 82 i;O.V, L. E Possessory Interest In and to lot No. 3. in block No. 68, of the town of Eureka, in Eureka county, Stat. of Nevada. Improve ment- frame dwcl.lng 1> >use. Tax,$3 67; pen alty.l2. .36, erst total. $5 93, COWLING, JAMES MLs. lmpr<*v eumnts (mine dwelling houae, situated on south Kub> Hill, in Eureka ^ouaty, State of Nevada Tax, $3 05; penalty SI; coats, $J; total. $6 36. BIKEK, J AMES. - Possess.tv interest in and to a tract of woodland situated on the east a de of th ? Spring Valley range of mountain*, about 12 miles southwestern iron the town of Eureka, in Eureka county, and State of Ne vada, and known a* the Duke* wood ranch, and described as follows, to wit: Commencing at a point i mile north of the NW corn nr of tbs Baker cabin and running thence south 2 mllse: thence east one mile, then ? north two mile*, thence 4 unle to the place of beginning, containing 1.2* » a< rea. Tax, Hi 10; penalty, ,61, costs, |2 total. $S 71. BETTER, THOMAS. MRS. PwMMOry Inter est in and to lot No. 13. in Mock No. 10, of the town of Eureka, in Eureka county, State of Nevada. Possessory interest in aud to the south 15 feet of lot No. 10. in block No. 16. in the town of Eureka, Eureka county. State of Ne vada. Tax, IL 36,peualty, .14; costs, £2; total, $3 60, DORSEY, JOHN (John McNaufbton. agent.) 1 inprovements frame dwelling houee, situated •»n south Ruby Hill. iu Eureka county. Statu of Nevada. Tax. $3 57; penalty, .36; costa 62; total. $5 93. DAlUilN A FAGAN Personal property, 30 horaea,$90u; 2 cows $50; 8 wag-ms,$150; 50 cords of wood |;>0. P -bsessory interest in and to the Dar gin A Eagan wood ranch, situated about 3 miles westerly from Barden Pass on the E. A P. rail road in Eurekacounty, ano State of Nevada, and Ht:iko ) mile NE from Jhe Bargin A Eagan cabin, and running thence west J mil-; thence south j m. - ^ mile to the place of tagluuing, containing 160 acres. Improvements, stockade cabin and stable. Tax, $38 05; penalty, $3 si; Costa, |2 total. $43 86. FIMi. HENRY. Possessory interest in and to strict of land situated at Pinto Station, in Eureka county. State of Nevada, and de scribed as follows, to wit; Commencing at s point 14 mile sooth from the S Vf. corner ot dwelling house and running thence north H mile; thence east 4 mile to the place of begin niug, containing IOC acres. Improvement*, small hopse end cons). Possessory interest It and to a tract of laud situated about a H mile northerly from the Pinto mill in Eur*-k>. county, and statu of Nevada, known as tL* " Minolsttl Ranch," and described as follows to wit: Commencing at a point \ mile east from the N. E. ooruer of cabin and running thence south i* mile, thence west H ml:* thence north mile, thence east >4 milt, thence south >* mile to the place of beginning, containing 16b acres- Improvement*, smai. cabin, possessory interest In and to lots No* 21, *2, 23, 34 and J io block No. 16, of the town of Eureka, in Eureka, county, Nevada Tax, *8 89; penalty,.89; costs, $2; total, $11 7>*. Freccero, Peter. Possessory Interest in and Po lot No. 21, lu block No. 7h, of the town of Eureka, In Eureka ounty, State of Ne* ada Improvements, smiil bouts. Tax, $1 7c, penalty, .18; >-oats, $‘. ; total, $3 96. HAWKS, JOHN ACo. (Jerry Ahern, ag'-nt) Possessory interest in and to lot N<>. 6, in block No 31, of the town of Eureka, in Eureka county, and Htsts <* Nevada. Improvement frame house. Poaswsory interest in and t . lot No. 6, in block ho. 31, of the t .wn of Eu reka, in Eureka cointy, and State of Nevada Possessory interest li and to lot No. 7, in bl<*ck No. 31, of the town o Eureka, in Eureka countv oitd State of Nevada Possessory interest in and to lot No. S. in bock No. 45, of town of Eureka, In Ear ska cmnty, State of Nevada Improvements, two [tone cabins Possessory interest in and to Id No. 6, in block No. 15, o* the town of Eureka, fn Eureka county. State <f Nevada. Improvenents stone cabin. Tax, $20 63; penalty, |2 0»; coats, $2; total, $24 59. JACKSON, A. PeKun&l property consisting of one engine, two billers, one rock-braktr.one blower, bur mill, steam pump machinery and fixtures at the Star M A S. Go’s. furnace, situated near the tovn of Sherwood, in Eureka etrnnty. State Of Nevada. Improvements fraotkS house, and frame w*rk over furnace near the town of Sherwood, a* a ay office building near town of Sherwood, saloon building town of Sherwood, boarding ionse town Of Sherwood, ore bins near town of Slier wood, one water Jacket furnace near own of Sherwood. Tax, $117 60; penalty, 111 76; oosta, $2; total, $1311 6. LEE, MBS. ANNE Estate of (John Paidy agent.) Possessory nterest in and to a tract of farming lana situated ou the east side of Diamond Valley, on the Diamond range of mountains, about 9 niles northerly from the town of Eureka, in Eureka county, State ef Ne vada. known as the lee ranch, aud described as follows, to wit: Commencing at a point Si mile north from tb# NE corner of dwelling house, and running thence west M mile; thence south Si mile; thence east If mile; thence north I4 mile;thence west J mile to the place of beginning,containing 80 acre* ;im pro ve ments small house. Tax, $4 67; penalty, .46; costs. %i total, $7 03. LOUCK8, MRS. IS ABELLE M. Personal prop ertv 6 horses. 2 wagons, |**saessory Interest In and to a tract oi farming land situated about 9 miles westerly from the town of Eureka, in Eureka county. State ,>f Nevada, known as the Devil’s Gate ranch, and described as follows, to wit: Being the SK. J oi 8W .4 section 23, town*hip N. R. 52E., containing 40 acres, HE $ of 8E. I4 section 23, township ‘20. N. R. 52 K contai ing 40 acres, NE $ of NW l section 26, t >wnsbip 2li N R. 62, E. containing 40 acre*. NW. I of NE. I section 26, township N. R 52 K, containing 10 acres, improvements frtim houae, stable and corral, possessory interest in and tea trait of land situated on ’he east side of Devil’s Gab-Canyon, sud on the southwest side of Diatnoud Valley, about 7 miles north westerly from tha town of Eureka, in Eureka ! county, State of Nevada. and described as fol lows, to wit: Commencing at the NW. corner of house and rnnnin^ thence north J mile; thence esst \ mile ; thence south l mile; thence west l mile to the place of beginning, o~ntain ing 4 i acres, improvements, small bouse. Tax, $44 16; penally. $4 42. oosts, $2; total.$50 57. LAWRY, WILLIAM. Improvernets, *rsme dwelling bounc, situated on south Ruby Hill in Eureka county, State of Nevada. Tax, $1 52; penalty. . 16: coats. $2; total. $3 68. MCCUXHBLL, JOSEPH. Personal property, 250 bead of atock cattle. 150 head of stock hursts, possessory Interest In and to a tract of farming land situated about M mile south westerly from Beowawe In Eureka county, State of Nevada, known as the Me Cob noli ranch, and described aa follows, to wit: Being the lots l, 2, 3, and 4, section 3 township 31, N. It. 40 B., sontairlng lug 37 100 acres. 8 *« of SW. \ section 4. township 81, N. R 49 ©on tainingSO acres. Improvements frame house and stable, possessorv Interest in and to one I third interest In the McCounell ditch the earn, being situated at and uear the town of Beo wawe In Enreka county, State of Nevada. Tax. $229 02; penalty. 23 91; costs. $2 . total. $253 93. MULLIGAN, MIOHAKL. Possessor! interest In a*ad to a tract of wood land situated about 1 mile southerly from tLn Bertrand mill iu Eu reka county, 8tate of Nevada. kn--wn as the Mulllg n wood ranch and described aa follows, to Wit: Commencing at the BE corner of the Mulligan cabin, and running thence north 2 miles; thence west 2 mtlea; thence south 2 miles, thenc e east 2 miles to the place of be ginning, containing 1.230 acres. Tax, $4 67, penaltv. .40; costs. $‘2, total. $7 03. MONTGOMERY, CIIARLES.I’oaseMorvInter cat in audio lot No. 8, in bock N'v Itiof ttiet..wu of Knreka, in Eureka county, state of Nevada, Improvement* two frame house*. Tax, f* y>, penalty. .90; coata, $2, total. *11 82. MATTOS, J. H. Katate of. Poaae—ory inter cat in and to lot No 9. in block No 95, of the town of Eur-ka, Eureka county. State of N - vada. poacoaa »ry intereet in and to lot No In, in block No 95. of the townbf Eureka, in Eu reka county. State of Nevada Tax, fl 78 penaltv. .18; Coate, #2. total. f3 96. PETTING ILL, K. C Improvements, frame t>ou*e, at I'aliaade. in Eureka county, Btat^ of Nevada Tax, %2 94, penalty, .8b, coata, $2 total, |5 94. \ RIVES, HENRY Finwl property, faml ture and pUn<>. Possessory inter st in and to lot No. 2 In block 13 of the town of Eureka, fa Eureks county, state of Nevada. I'oMieaory interest in and to lot No .3. bioct 13. of the town of Eureka, Kneeka county, htate of Ne va* I a. Improvements, frame !<«•» . . PaMiail interest in and to lot N->. 4, In block No. 13 of the town of Fur* ka. Eureka > aunty. Htate of Nevada. Improvement*, frame cuko. Foe eeseorv interest in and to lot No. 3 iu block No. 13 of the town i f Eureka. Eureka county, Htate of Nevada- Tax, f26 7$; p nalty, t26¥; co«ts, ¥2. total, #29 46. TREGONING, JOHN n (J. II. Tregoning. Jr. Agent). Improvement*, frame dwelling house, situated in Goodwin Canyon uear the Dnnd* r* urg mine In Eureka, Eureka county, Htate of Nevada. Tax. fl 52, penalty, .16, costs, |2; total, IS 69. WREN. THOMAS. (E. E Phillips, Agent). Personal property engine *l<i b Her w ith oilier uarhinery at the town of Philllpslmrg, machinery at Martin Whit furnace. Improve nit rite frame lodging houre. **ltested at Phtll ipsburg. Possessory Interest In and to a tract of land situated in the town ‘ ’hiJlipsburg. 1n Eureka county. State of Nevada, and de scribed as follows t*» wit Cou ii euclng at Hie N W. ermrof lower w ater tauk and running thence south 330 feet, thence west ;.30 feet, thencem>rth 330 feet, thence , apt 330 feet loth# place of beginning. Improvement* water jacket furnace, frame house near furaaaa. frame house uted for oflt e, frame water tanks. Tax. f7 3 29; penalty. $d 33; o st*, f" total, WO 6i. WRIGHT, A. R Impmv e meat a frame • laughter houae situated route of Ruby Hill Rail Road tank, near brickyard ft. the town of Eureka, In Eureka county, Hiato of Nevada Tax. $2 68; penalty. .27; c**st*. f2. total 14 96. Notice la further given that in default <.f the payment of said sums, ti c undersigned as founty Treasury of said Eureka county, and Ex-officio Tax Receiver there* f, will, on Moanlnj, the IHiti l)sy «»f Jnnimry. A. II. Il«9. sell at public auction at the Courthouse door of the sal 1 Eureka count) . in the town of , Eureka, to the highest a lest bidder f<>r cash, the above described property or •* much thereof as may b« necessary t.» satisfy the i amount of said tax. pen alt and coat of adver- ! rising, and that such sale* will he subject to , redemption within six months after the date of j sal by payment * f all aaid sums with three per cent per u until thereon from date of sale until paid JOHN GHEOOT1CH. Treasurer, sud ex-.,fficio Tax Receiver W 9 HEARD, County Audit r Kureke. N» . ada, December 20,ls'3l dJG td 1892. 1892. Wow istheTimeto Subscribe . FOR THE . flaw M Weekly Herald The Best and Cheapest Famiiy Jonraal IN THE UNITEO STATES. One Dollar a Year. 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Laud Office, Eireka, Nev., May 14,-1*90. Notice is hereby given that Biiueon Wen ban, whose Post* dice a hires* i* Cortez, Nevada, has this day tiled, by his duly authorized agent, W. O. Mills, hUapplica tion for a patent for fifteen hundred linear feet of the Conjunction mine 01 vein bearing gold and silver, with surface ground six hundred (600) ft -1 in width, sit uated in Cortez Mining District, county of Eureka, and State of Nevada, and d<*» ignated by the field notes an 1 official plat on tile in this office a* lot number 50, in township 27 north, range 48 east, of Mount Diablo meridian, Jd lot number 50 being described a* follow*, to wit: Beginning at a post marked number 1, U S survey number 50, the same being the original location mon iment. This post stand* on the mndary of \ S survey number 40, Kingsbury lode, whence post number 4. the southeast corner of said survey number 10 b*ars S 27 1-2 deg W, 250 feet, to the section corner common to section* 31 an 1 32, T 27 N, 1< 48 K, and sections 5 and 6, T 26 N, R 18 E,_ M D M, hear* S, 69 deg .57 min W, 3,.527 feet, U S mineral monument num ber 3 at poet number 2, the northeast cor ner of l S survey number 37, St. Louis lode, bears north 64 deg 7 min W, 672 feet; thence running north 27 1-2 deg E, 1,250 feet, to post number 3, the northeast cor ner of said Kingsbury survey, 1,500 feet, to post marked number 2, lr S survey number 50 and the original location monu ment; thence S 62 1-2 d *g E, 600 feet, to post marked number 3, U S survey No 50 ; and original location monument; thence S I 27 1-2 deg W, 1,500 feet, to p.t marked number 4, U S survey number 50 and orig inal location monument, ami thence north i 62 1-2 deg W, 600 feet to p»#*t number 1, | the place of beginning. Magnetic variation, 1712 deg E, con taining 20.06 acres. The location of this mine is recorded in the Recorder’s office of Cortez Mining L>is trict, in book O, of page 102. The adjoining claimant* 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 li, ister of the United States Land Office at Eureka, in the county of Eureka, and State of Ne vada, during the sixty days j»eriod of pub lication hereof, or they will be barreu 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 f>eriod of sixty days (10 con- j s cutive weeks), in the Eureka Sentinel, a ' weekly newspaper published at Eureka. Nevada, I). H. HALL, Register. inyl7*10w western boundary <•# said Alta survey, 250 | feet to pout marked maul er I, V 8 survey I number 48 and the original location corner, > the same being poet number 3 of said St. Louis survey, and thence north 5 deg W, 9.4 feet to the northern )>• nndary of U 8 aurvey numbers 49 er.d 41, Equator lode, whence |»*««t number 2, the northwest cor ner of said Equator survey, bears 8 83 1-2 deg W, 939 feet, 1,300 feet to post nund er 1, the place of beginning, containing 8 61-100 acres. So much of this survey a* conflicts with U S aurvey number 40, hinge bury lode, numbers f.’ and 43, Alta l^lo, and nun beta 49 and 41. Kquatoi lode, is hereby ex cluded. Said conflict* are described as follows: Conflict with U S survey number 40, Kingsbury l*>df. beginning at post man lier 2, of this survey numln r 48, and run ning thence S 6 dep E, 433.7 feet; thence N 62 12 deg W, 290 4 feet: thence north 5 d g W, 140.7 feet ; thence N 27 1-2 deg E, 138.8 feet, and thence north 8‘» deg E, 164.8 feet, to the place of beginning, containing 1.90 acres. Conflict with U 8 survey number M and 43, Alta lode, lieginning at post number 3. of thi-« survey unmher 48. and running thence 8 85 deg W, 9 feet; thence N 6 1 2 deg W, 847.7 feet, to post numl/vr 2, the northwest corner of said Alta aurvey; thence N *3 1-2 deg E, 32 Let, and th nee .8 5 deg K, 887.7 Let, to the place of be ginning, containing 0.42 acres. Conflict with U 8 aurvey numbers 49 and 41, Equator lode. Legiiming at post number 4, of this survey nun,her 48, ami miming thtuev north ft deg \V, 9.4 feet; thence north 83 1-2 deg E, *241 feet, to post number 3, th.* north net corner of said Equator aurvey; thence 8 6 1-2 deg E, 15.7 feit, and thence 8 8ft deg W, 240.6 feet, to the place >f beginning, containing 0.07 acres The location of thia mine is recorded in the Recorder's office of Cortez Mining i>ie trict, in book C, of paws 67. The adjoining claimants are the Equator mine on tin* Booth and the Alta and King* bury on the cast. Any and all persons claiming .diversely any portion of said Remnant mine or sur face ground art required to file their ad verse claims with the Register of the United State> 1 .and Office at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, during the sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will I be barred by virtue of the provisions of the Statute. t>. H. HALL, Register. It is hereby ordered that the foregoing notice of application for patent he pub lish* 1 for the period of sixty days (10 con secutive weeks), in the Kureka Sentinel, a weekly newspaper published at Kureka, Nevada. L>. It. H ALL, Register. myl7*10w 930. Application for a Patent U. 8. Land Orrics, Eublka, Nev. May 14, 1800. Notico is hereby given that Simeon Wcnban, whose Postoffi^e address is Cor tez. Nevada, has this day by bis duly authorized agent. YV. O Mills, filed his application for a patent for fourteen hun dred and ninety three 1,493) linear feet of the Eclipse mine or vein hearing silver and gold, with surface ground five hun dred And eighty seven (587) feet in width, situated in Cortez Mining District, county of Eureka and rttato of Nevada, and designated by the field notes and official plat on file in this office as lot No til, in T 26 north, R 4* F. of M D M. said lot No 61, being described as follows to wit: Beginning at a post marked No 1, U 8 survey No 61, the same being the original looation oorner, and post No 2, of U 8 survey No 62. Adjunct lode, whence the southeast comer of sectioo 5 T 26 N, R 4h K, M D M. bears 8 20 deg 20 min W. 2,491 feet, and U 8 mineral monument No 2. bears N thence running 8 6S deg east, 687 feet, to post marked number 2. U 8 survey No 61, and the original location corner; thence N 89 deg YV, 80 feet, to post No 3, the northeast corner of U 8 survey No 42, Cortez Giant or Cummins !o<U 1.493 tO i MSt n.»rli*'S M survey No 61. This p«*i stands on the northern boundary of V 8 survey No 42, whence po«t No 2, the north***! corner, of said survey No 42, b ars N 89 deg YV, 67 feet, aud the original looation c rnor of this claim b< ars N 89 d< g W, 7 feet, aud the old main shaft of the Cortez Giant or Oumtnius lode, bears 8 324 1-2 deg W, 218 feet, thence N C 1-2 deg W, 87 feet, to post No 4, the southeast corner of C 8 survey No 50, Huuinoit lode 587 feet to post marked No 4, U 8 survey No 61. This post stands on the eastern boundary of said Bommit survey, and is post No 3, of U 8 survey No 52, Adjunct lode, aud the original location corner of this claim, and thenoo 8 89 deg E, 1,493 feet along the southern boundary of said survey No 62, to post No 1, tbe place of beginning, ocu taining 19 95 acres. Magnetic variation, 17 12 E. Tbe location of tbis mine is reoorded in the Recorder's office of Cortez Mining District in book C. page 99. The adjoining claimants are the Adjunot mine on the north, the Hnmmit mine on the west, and the Cortez Giant or Cum mins on tbe south. Any aod all persons olaiming adversely any portion of said Eclipse mine or sur face ground are required to file their adverse olaims with the Register of United States Land Office at Eureka, in the State of Ne Nevada during tbe sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the Statute. D. H. UALL, Register. It is hereby ordered tbel the foregoing notioe of Application for patent be pub lished for the period of sixty days. ; ten consecutive weeks) ,in the Enreka Bkxtixil a weekly newspaper published at Enreka, Nevada. P. H. HALL, Iteglster. my 17-10w No. 948. Application for a Patent. XJ. S. Land Orric*, Eureka, Nov., August 11, 1890. Notice is hereby given that Richard Mackintosh, whose Poetuffioe 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 vein hear ing gold and silver, with surface ground two hundred feet in width, situated in Eureka Mining District, county of Euieka, and State of Nevada, and desig nated by the field notes and official plat on file in this office as lot number 311, said lot number 311 being described as follows, to wit: Beginning at a post marked number 1, V .H survey number 311, tbe same being post number 4, of U S survey numfier 221 Diamond lode, w hence U S mineral monu ment number 12 bears S 80 deg 7 min. K, I '>03.0 feet, and the mouth of the Maekin I tosh tunnel bears north 09 deg 51 min K, j nil feet. This post is at tire original loca I tion monument; thence running 1st course north 4H 1-4 deg K, 1,000 feet ulong the southeastern boundary of said Diamond survey to |gj*t marked number 2, U 8 sur vey number 311 at the original loca*inn monument and post numbers of said Ilia mond survey; thence 2d cur e H 40 3-4 deg K, 200 feet to post marked number 3, U H survey number 311 at the original lo cation corner; thence 3d course S 49 1-4 deg W, GOO. 8 feet to the northeastern boundary of U 8 survey number 108, lot A, Morris lode, whence post number 3, tbe most northerly corner f said Morris lode, hears north 87 1-2 deg W, 10.2 f et, 1,000 feet to post marked number 4, l' S survey number 311 at the original location monument, and thence 1th course north 40 3-4 deg \V, 200 feet to post number 1, the place of beginning. Ho much of tills survey as conflicts with D s survey uumber ltlii, b>t A, Morris lode, is hereby excluded. Said conflict is de scribed as follows: lieginning at post number 3, the moat northerly corner of said Morris hole ami running thence lat course S 87 1-2 deg K, to 2-10 feet; thence 2d course S 42 1-4 deg VV, 130.2 feet, ami thence 3d course north 4fi deg K, 123 feet to the I dace of hegiu ning. Total area of survey..4.52 acres Area m conflict with U tf survey nnm!»tr lot A, Morris ,od*. (UBac* gEgwsi' ,„ , »• sESfe-lss "ririffi “ Dl-W.tlObookQ. Mm‘n* lh» adjoining claimant, are on ik p.nl’eTr' *he ... it; Any and all p-rsona claiming ady..r«,i. any wwtk* .,1 .aid Ulb^nU , •* or surface ground are required to 61.. ad'ernc c.aiiu* with the li.gletei of.*' United State. Land Office at Crefe,** the county of Knreka, state of L, during the eiety .lays jieriod of pub ft, V'~K hereof, or they will be barred by vj,tu‘°' the prariidons of the Statute. u * J U UK, llegiatee. It ie hereby crjered that the forsook, notice of application for patent llV i? lished for the period of st,ty .lay, ... n secutive week,). In the KnUYsit"^ a weekly newepaner puMiahed at Kor.ks Nevada. J. I. UuKKLE, Hearten*1 No. 1*43. ‘ oj, Application for a Patent. U. 8. Land Orrios, Ei b*ka, n„ Notice l« hereby given that t!'' \K^' A and Black H. X Stott ‘A" t] Cal., has Ibis -lay, ly VZll ZT"' i/c-l agent, J. R. Kendall, tilc/iu cation for a patent for thirteen h ’'a1"!" and five and four tenths linear 'w'*'! the Black K?k E.teneien !Z.o?\.& faring enl-l and .liver, with ,qrp£ ground ».* hundred feci-in width, ,it„. ated in W bite Bine Mining District, comity of White I ine, and State of Ne. v a ’ a"! id«*l*tt‘*‘ed by the field note, and official plat on file in thi. office a. lot number J2, in township lfi north range 57 east, of Mount Jhafalo Meriill ian, Maid 1 *»t iiiiinlier 02 l>«tQg (l^Mcrilterl a- follows U) wit : Beginning at a post marked numlier 1. U 8 survey nundier 112, the original In. cation corner, and post nundier 2, the »ontliwe...t corner of l’ 8 survey nun,Ur 1*2, Black Rock lode, rtanding on the northern boundary of V S survey hub. her fil, Jennie A lode, whence the wo lion corner at the southwest corner of section 2, T 16 north, K 57 E, M Ii M lwar« S H 1-2 deg W, 1,004 feet; mineral monument nambir 5 hear. 8 12 14 deg W, 317 feet. The Summit shaft on the Jennie A lode hears 8 12 deg W, 222 feet and the mouth of the tunnel run f„r the development of this lode ts ars n rth 1 12 deg W, 2,396 feet; thence 8 (ill 12 deg W, 37.:* feet to post number 6 of the Jenui. A survey anil the original locati -ii mono merit; thence north 50 1-2 deg W, 1,267.6 feet along the northern boundary of said Jennie A survey to post marked number J, u S survey number 02, the original l -ca tlon monument and p t numlier 4, of said Jennie A survey; thence north 17 deg E, 606 feet, to post marked number 4. U 8 eurvey maulier 02; thence 8 50 1-2 deg K, 1,267,5 feet to p- .-t marked numlier 5, 0 8 sur vey number 02 and the original 1 -cation monument; thence north09 1 2deg E, 37.9 feet to post maiked number 6, U 8 survey number 02, ond the original location men. unit nt; theme 8 17 deg W, 222 feet te post number 3, the northwest corner-if said Black li- ck survey 600 feet, t number 1, the place of beginning. Magnetic variation, 17 deg K, contain ing 16 60-100 acres. The location of thi. min. is .eoorded in the Kecoidcr's office of White Bine Dis trict, in Is.nk A, pages 233 end 234. , ,fhe »dJ'dning claimants are east the Black Rock, south the Jennie A. Any and ail per-ona claiming adversely any portion of said Black R.ick Extension mine or surface ground arc required t-- fils their adverse claims with tbs Register of the United -State* 1 .and Office at Eureka, in the Stat- of Nevada, during the .ixty days period of imblication hereof, or they will lie l-arr-d by vlrtua of the provision# of the.SUtuts. 1). 11. HALL, Register. It is hereby ordered that the foregoing notice of application for patent he pub lished for a ii-ri.-d of sixty day# (ten con secutive wetkel, iu the SgNTlNgL, a weekly ijewspajier published at Eureka, Nevada. je29-10w 1). H. HALL, Register. APPLICATION FOR A PATENT. v Beginning at a po at marked minder i L fci survey numb«*r50, the same being the original location corner and post nurnbet 1, of U S Survey number 69, IV wick lode, numfier 1, of U S survey number* Wand 47, Devalla lode, atwl number l, of U S survey numbers M and 51, Moreing lode, whence the southeast corner of Srction 5, T 96 north, It 4m K, M D M, bears S 3 deg 2-> min E, 4.473 feet, and 0 8 mineral mon* ument number 4 bears north 75 deg 43min W, 1,278feet; thence runnings6 1-2degK, 1,500 feet, along the western boundary of said Bewick survey, to post marked uurn her 2, U S survey number 56, the same be ing the original location monument anc: [Must number 4 of said Bewick survey thence north 89 deg W, iiOO feet, to post marked number 3, US survey number 66, and the original location monument. This post stands on the eastern boundary of 0 3 survey number 50, Summit lode, whence |sist number 4, of B S surrey number 52j Adjunct lode, bears H 6 1*2 deg E, 1 feet; thence north 0 1*2 deg W, 375 feet,* post number 3 of said Summit lode, unf poet number 3, of U 8 survey number 55 Avalanche lodf, 1,500 feet, to post marked number 4, US survey number 50. and the original location monument. This post stands on the eastern boundary of said Avalanche survey, and is post number 1 of said Moreing survey, and thence a 89 deg E, 600 feet, along the southern boundary of said Moreing survey to |K»*»t number 1, the place of beginning, contain* ing 20. W acres. Magnetic variation 17 1*2 deg E. The location of this mine is recorded in the Recorder’s office of Cortez Mining Dis trict, in book C, of page 105. The adjoining claimants are the Moreing mine on the north, the Bewick mine on the ea^t and the Avalanche and Summit mines on the w est. I Any and all persona claiming adversely any |H>rti<*n of aaid Pontifex mine or sur face ground are required to file their ad verse claim with the Registered the lT. S. Land Office at Eureka, in the 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 notice of application for patent be pub lished for the i>eriod of sixty days (ten consecutive weeks) in the Eureka SrNTi NEL, a weekly newspaj»er published at Eu reka, Nevada. D. H. HALL, Register. my24-10w Assessment Notice. Owby IIAll Tunnel ami Mining; Tom* |>iaujr. IOOATION OF PRINCIPAL PLAGE OF J business. Eureka. Eureka county, Ne rada. Location of works. Eureka Mining District, Eureka county, State cf Nevada. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the Board of Trustees, held on the 11th day of June, 18»2, an wee ament (No 2fl) of One ceut per share wm levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immediately to the Secretary attheofttceof the company, in Hyland'* Building, at Eureka, Nevada Any stock upon which this asaeaameui shall remain unpaid on MonUujr, the 'itttta Day ef July. will be delinquent, and advertlaed for sale at public auction; and unlews payment la made before, will be Bold on THuBbDAY, tha 26th day of August. ISM, to pay the d* llnqueut assessment, together with the coata of adver tising and expenaea of sale By order of the Board of Trustees. B. F McCWEN, -ecretary OlBoe—Byland'a Building, Eurehe, Nevada, June 11, 1193 j25 td Frwb dressed chickens can be hail at Lambert'a at abort notice.