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EUREKA WEEKLY SENTINEL.
VOLUME XIII. EUREKA, NEVADA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 12. 1893. NUMBER 50, ©IccIiId Sentinel. IN PVBLIHKBD BVRm r AT in AT BY . ak:illm -a. isr. TERMS FOR WEEKLY SENTINEL: On* eop7. ««• T**r.•* 00 On* copy. ■!* montha.t M On* copy, three montha.1 BO I j Carrier, per month. &0 AGENTS CtJOENE FITZPATRICK.Rohy Hill MRS. J. F. OPPID. ....Ward L ▼. WERTHEIMER.Plorh# WILLIE TIMSON.Hamilton Aermotor and Tower. Manufactured by the Aermotor Co, 27 & 29 Beale street San Francisco. Cal. THE REVIUO STEtl FIXED TOWER FOR 'W Can be put together with inlttsne on. The brace rod* are not held with nuts aa formerly, but are headed on both ends and the lower set of hreeee are made of angle Iron A men should not spend more than a half hour In pat ting together a 40-ft tower. For price and particulars apply to I*. H. IIJUL, Agent for Eureka and W hits I’lne counties. Assessment Notice. Ruby Hill Tunsrl tend Mining Com* piaay. I 00 ATI ON OF PRINCIPAL PLAGE OF J business. Eureka. Eureka county, Na rad*. Location of worts, Eureka Mining Dlatriet, Eureka county. Htate of Nevada. Notice !• hereby gives that at a meeting of the Hoard of Trustees, held on the stb day of May, lHltt, an assessment (No. 26) of One reut per ahare waa levied upon the capital stock of the corporation. payable Immediately t<> the Secretary at the office >f tiia company, in Hyland'* Hull ling, at Knreka, Nevada. Any etock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on NnturUisy, the I3tli Day of July* IMS, will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction; and unleea payment is made before, will be sold on TUESDAY, the 1Mb day of August. 1 to pay the delinquent assessment. together with the costa of adver tising and expenses of sals. By order of the Board of Trustees. B r MoEWEN, secretary. * Offlos—Hyland's Building, Eureka. Nevada, June 2, 1223. jelO td POSTPONED. The shove assessment has l»een postponed until Saturday, Sept 16. 1*23, aud the sale day to Tuesday. Oct. 17, 1*2.1. By order of the Board of Trustees B. F. Mi EWEN, Secretary. Eureka, July 12,1*23 JylMd Notice to Creditors. las the District Court or the Mile of Nsvatla, Knreka Conuty. In the matter of the Estate of Nellie T. Clark, Deceased. VToTlOE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE UN 11 dersigued, Executrix of the above named estate, to the creditors of, and all persona hav ing claims against said deceased to exhibit the same with the necessary vouchers within four months from the first publication of this notice b» the undersigned at the office of Thomas Wren, Esq , corner of Main and Olark'streete, In the towu aud county of Eureka, State of Ne vada. ETTA Cll A MB LIN, Executrix. Eureka, Nev„ June 12, 1223. Je2!td Notice to Creditors. la the District Court or iho «tat* of Nevada. Eureka Couutjr. In the Matter of the Estate of Joseph Dejou, Deceased, Notice is iifjibby uiner by tuecr dt*raigned, Executor of the above named ►state, to the* creditor* of, and all |*traona hav ing elaiir a against aald deceased to exhibit Him same with tlio neces ary vouchers within four montha from the flrat pu> licatlon of this no lice to the undersigned at the office of Thotuaa Wren, Eaq., corner of Main and Clark afreets. In the’ town and county or Kureka, Htate of Ne vada. C. 8 BATCHELDEU, Executor. Eureka, Nev.. June* Hr, 1893. Je24-td Notice to Creditors, of Nevada, Eureka Ceaatjr, Iu the Matter of the Estate of William Wallace Nickels, Deceased. * Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, Administrator of the aald eatate, to the creditors of and all pereoua hav ing claims against the aald deceased or aald •auto, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within four months after the flrat Publication of thla notice to the administrator, undersigned, at thaofltce of tt. U. Beatty, Eaq., In the Foley-Bh Ward building, Main street, Kureka, Eureka county, Nevada. Dated tanka, Eureka county, Nevada, May >4, 1893. GEORGE W. FLICK, Administrator of the Eatate of W. W. Nickels, deceased. R. M. Bkatty, and Baker, Winks k Dorset, attorneys for administrator. my27-4w LOST. A mo* or county bcrii' no. 6,«ih titled April 4,18*3, for $18, and drawn 1° f.ror of Peter Lota, wu lost In Kurvka. koy one tludlng ttae aame will pl»u. return Ik !®tta. underelcned. P«T«K LOU. tureki, N»T„ May A, 1833. my# Official Returns of Eureka County, Nevada—1892. CANDIDATES. 1 • ■ • • » ■ • »• * • ■ • • • i ■ • ■ • i ♦ I’AMIDSNTIAL Elbctoai — i). l. bum, k. m in .. i i .... i i., i »s ... A.O. Cleroltncl. R. II II ) 11 .. .. 1 ( t to ... J R. Ken*11, R. 10 18 2.9 3 .. .. 1 2 .. » to . II. F. Riley, 1). 3 3 1 .. 1 1. 1 10 ... Joe. R. Ryan. D. 3 3 1.11. 1 10 . .. Theodore Winters, D. 3 4 2 . 1 2 . 1 IS... M. a. Ilonnllleld,». 154 2X3 76 22 24 Sx 24 13 8 22 II 33 706 . .. O. 0. I'ownlng. It. 154 3x3 7« <2 24 32 34 11 6 22 11 33 706 ... Thomas Wren, H . 16" 278 75 22 24 3s 24 12 6 22 11 S3 9M ... Abram Bants. I*. 2 . 2 - 6 ... Charles P. Moore, P. 4 3 1. 2 .. «... William Wilson. P. 2 1. 2.. ( ... MixuKh or Coxoaraa — Charles H Gardener, P. 2 1 .... 1. 1 .. June* C. Hagorman, D. 7 8 .. 1 1 1 .. •■ 3 18 ... Kranela G. Kawlanda. H. 133 243 Sx 31 20 37 21 11 J 21 11 11 616 ... Wm. Woodburn, B. 7 21 7 1 3 .. » 47 ... Jri.or or th* HrikxgK Oout C. II. Belknap. D S. 112 317 51 20 20 3» 18 11 6 12 8 *4 583 ... Brant Dmvrxxrrv Hrobnts Henry I,. Plah (LongTerm), B. ISO 216 58 17 21 12 30 8 4 17 11 32 568 . Lemon Fielding (Long Terml.D.. 8 11 322131.. 2 .1 34 ... Henry 11. Rule (Long Term). R. 6 18 2 3 2 6 3 1 | 2 .. 8 41 ... J. F. Donglase, Hr. (Short Term),D. 6 7 2 1 1 I ■■■•.. 2 . 19 ... John II. Kinkead (Hholt Term I, R. T 1« 3122**12.. « 45... Cherlet F.. Mack (BhortTerm).B. 132 216 B« 19 20 34 20 8 4 18 11 31 873 ... AZn\£fi. » ,08 39 2 I . 11 .2 .. 6 1J 250 ... T. S Douglas, B. 1* 22 1 .. .. 1 ■ ■ . 1 .. * 42 . . M O Foster B . 83 190 33 IS 34 38 18 1 4 18 10 42 489 . .. JW.'Jonas. B . 13 13 I .. -1 1 • * 36... John T. Whaeler, B. 207 314 57 21 17 35 16 « 8 21 8 36 643 ... 8“jam” Morris. B . 80 139 41 12 7 14 19 6 4 16 1 31 V,9... II U McKee 8 18 24 • 2 * •• 2 4* ... W H Sweeney, 8.’.. 90 M 19 J17 2.5 2 5 ] l t 11 20f. ... Charles Trembly, 8. 48 58 10 • 2 3 1 2 3 ^ 4 6 145 ... °°F '"h hV“™ 8 . 96 159 33 13 30 18 21 10 4 15 10 14 423 94 Da“d Jones. B 72 147 36 9 3 24 3 2 3 9 1 20 329. D™B^TT‘"D8' rT. .O,.Se"°01'". 81 ,61 22 12 18 . 3 12 7 , 8 5 21 307 29 Benjim n Handera H . 75 115 49 10 9 24 11 4 3 15 6 18 338 ... °M 34 35 8 6 3 ... 1 3 3 1 93 .. Jf,T7.aBnTi7%8::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: s ..»*«» ® j j » «» »«.. L P. Davle.H . M 39 1 4 • 4 I 1 1 i ' 1 SJ F. O. carman, s . ** 2 1 5 i ’; ? ? ’i 2 " J « C. F. Horn, 8. 13 18 .. 1 3 1 7 1 3 8 S 'J M H Joseph. H. 3 6 3 . 1 .. • •• >2 t< Urniitrlim M 11 41 89 T . 1 2 2 ••• w,u » ®i i.. i*m# i 1 4 »» «®... 0ar??Z?C.m- . 108 175 41 14 11 10 5 6 4 8 1 21 403 67 OoUgTT CeMglMinrini— —.......a , , a • nl c. L Bror.H (Long Term). *3 S ,! I 8 1 ? « X 106 Charles Ferrari.. H.( Long Term). 93 60 16 1 .... 1 - I • George Cavln, 8. (Lonf Term) . J® 1, t ,* ! Q '« „ I l " John Gregceleh.B. (Long Term) . JJ ” * M ** 4 J 5 * ! ,J John MeNenghton,». (Long Term). J* 33 3J i ! a 6 7 3 i i 3 1"0 K J H.id,H,( Long Term) . ! ’ * * * a 1 17 78 Maurioe Delener. B. (Hhort Term,. 21 34 3 .. .. .. *-71'.. . J (1. Ford, B. (Short Tern.). «?*“»*** 10 * * T ‘ 2 E John Greenwood. H. (Short Term). » ** • • ■ " *2 ' N i g J igg ' T. R. Jewell. B. (Hhort Term,. 1® 83 4 14 18 34 J •• 1 * 0 1 i? ‘ D. W. Levan. B (Hhort Term)... 8 34 6 .... 1 l ........ •• Rndolph I.euitnirrr, 8. (AbortTerm). +* 14 •; „ ••••*: , 4 i « « oH J. M. North H. (Hhort Term). . »} 8 2 .. 2 4 1 .. 6 3 1 88 8*m Raphael, 8. 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The Highest Cash Erie* P*** *<* HIDE8. sol’ll Louisiana and Mexican Sccnrities WATER P. OAKES, 209 Grant Aye., Houma 144, Gan rraarlaeo. Cal. arPLIASi KINO KLECTKIC BELL. Wall 1'apur. P. H. Iljul is just in receipt of 1, 500 rolls of various patterns of wall paper, which he sells at greatly ^re ueeil prices. THE NEW YORK WEEKLY HERALD ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR! DURING 1*93. THE WEEKLY HERALD will be without question the beet en4 cheapest family journal published In America. It will be profusely Illustrated by the best artists in the country, will be a magazine of literature, ert and nows absolutely unrivaled In its excel* lence. Tli8 Presidential tenoral WILL BE GRAPHICALLY DESCRIBED AND artistically pict**- j, while the gTeetfeature of the coming year's history, the WORLD’S FAIR, WILL BE GIVEN PARTICULAR ATTENTION Bo complete will be the descriptions of every-’ thing connected with the greet Exposition, and to true to the reality the many Uluetra tlona, that a perauaal of the WEEKLY HERALD next Summer will be almost as satisfactory us a visit to Chicago. PRIZES EACH WEEK WILL BE AWARDED FOR THE BEST ORIGI* nal articles on agricultural subjects Each Issue will contain e page devoted to practical and scientific farming. The Woman's Department will be unexcelled In practical suggestions to make the home mere attractitive. Every week there will be a number of special articles on all toplca of human Interest. Among tha novelists who will write stories for the WEEKLY HERALD are Jerome K. Jerome, Stepniak, Mrs. Grim wood, Edwin Arnold, John Strange Winter, Marie Corelli, Helen Mathers, Florence Warden, Hume Nlshet and Hamilton Aide. SEND FOR PREMIUM LIST. Address, JAMES CORDON BENNETT, NEW YORK HERALD, New York Oily. SUBSCRIBE NOW. Justice's Court Unm. In i lie Just Ice** Court. Eureka Towiiwlilp, County of Kureua, State of Neruda. A CHALLMAN, Plaintiff, THE BT. PETERS CONSOLIDATED GOLD AND 81LVEB MINING COMPANY, Defendant. THE STATE OF NEVADA, TO THE ST. Peter** Consolidated Gold and Silver Min ing Company. You are hereby summoned to appear before me. a Juatice <.f the Peace id and for Eu re kc Townehip, County sad State aforesaid, at my office in Eureka, on the Kith day of March, a. u. Ia93, at 10 o'clock a. m. of that day, to answer the complaint of A Cballman. wherein he claim! to rebover from you the turn of two hundred and eighty dollars and fifty centi, •mount due from you to plaintiff, $i&0 50 being for work and labor performed by plaintiff, $80 being amount of claim assigned by Pat Doyle, to plaintiff, and $42 being amount of claim of Joseph Knnla assigned by him to plaintiff, all of the above claims are for work and labor done and preformed at your special instance and request between the 1st day of October. 1892. and the 1st day of January, 1893. as fully •et forth in Plaintiff's complaint on file in my office. And you are hereby notified that If you fall to appear and answer the complaint ss afore said, judgment will be taken against you for the sum of tso hundred and eighty dollars and fifty cents ($280 60) and coats of suit. To the Sheriff or any Constable of said county greeting: Make legal service and due return hereof. Given under my band this 23rd day of January a. d. 1893. F. E. McNAMEE, Juatice of the Peace. Attest: A true copy of the original Sum mons. J. 0. Ravbll, Constable. OYSTER SALOON AND CHOP HOUSE. North Main atreet, Eureka, Neeada. Mil. JULIA BROWN, : : : PRBPNIITOB. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Of.tera rHalrad dally by expronn and all the delleaeiea of the market kept oon.tantlj on hand. ELEGANT PRIVATE ROOMS. Scientific American Agency CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS, DESIGN PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, atoJ For Information ana free Handbook writ* to MUNN A CO.. K1 BaoiinriT, Nsw TORE. Oldest bureau for securing patents In America. Kvery patent taken out by us Is brought before the pubUo by a notice given free of charge In the Scientific American Largest circulation of any scientific paper In the world. Splendidly Illustrated. No Intelligent man should be without It. Weekly. fS.OU a THE Weekly Sentinel PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY! IS THE Best Newspaper FOB THE Hir MaitiHaaic .... .IN. EASTERN NEVADA! IT 18 ALSO Tlie Host Valuable Journal TO SEND ABROAD To the Torlona Mining Compa of the Pneifle Comi, ud to the People of the Boat. IT 18 A Perfect Compendium OF NEWS. It contains Everything of Interest that Transpires in the Mininer Fields of the Pacific Coast. Price - - $5 a Year. PRINTING DONE TO ORDER. WITH NEATNESS AND O.SPhUn. —UPON TH*— Most Reasonable Terms. Application for a Patent. U. 8. Laud Office. Ecbera. Nsv, February 16,1892. Notice Is hereby given that in pursuance of Chapter 81* of title thirty-two of the Revised Statutes of the United States, that Thomas Wren, whose Postoffice address is Eureka, Ne vada, has this day filed bla application for 1,500 linear feet of the Monitor Reindeer lode, mine or deposit bearing silver, gold and other minerals, with surface ground 200 feet in width, lying and being situated within the White Pin*’Mining District, connty of White Pine and State of N- vada, is about to make ap plication to tbe United Statee for a patent to the said mining claim, which is more fullv described as to mete j and bounds by the of fleial plat herewith posted and filed, and by the field notes cf survey thereof now filed in the office of the Register of the Land Office, subject to sale at Eureka, Nevada, which notes of survey describes tbe boundsries and ex tent of said claim on the surface, with magnetic variations of 16 deg 45min E. as fol lows. to wit: beginnings! a staked marked No. 1, U. 8. 8., No. 127, whence the original monument bears N. 85 deg. K. 100 feet, and the southwest cor ner of Qlaser No. 76. bears N. 88 deg. 30 mlu. W., 495 feet; thence running 8. 5 dog. E. 200 feet to a post marked No. 2, U. 8. 8 No. 127, whecce the original monument bears N. 85 d - g E 100 feet; thenoe running 8. 35 deg. W. 1,500 feet, to a post marked No. 3, U. 8. 8. No. Id, the original monument; thenoe running N. 5 deg. W. 100 feet, to center post on west end of claim, standing ten feet north of cen ter of tunnel, whecce the aoutneast corner of Charter Oak No. 86 bears 8. 85 deg. W. 210 feet, and the sonthwest corner of Sec. 30, T. 16 N. K. 53 E , bears 8. 79 deg. W. 890 feet, 2 0 feet to post No. 4, U. S. 8. No. 127. whence the southeast corner of lot No. 114, Congress lode bears N. 40 deg. 15 min. E. 845 feet, and Peak No, 2, bears N. 40 deg. 16 min. E. 6 675 feet; thenco running N. 85 deg. E. I,f00 feet to tbe place of beginning, containing 6-89 acres. Courses expressed from t ie true meridian with a ma-netio variation of 16 deg. 45 min. B. M. D. M. The nearest known locations are the Charter Oak No. 86, on the west end aud the Olaser claim No 76 on the north side. Any and all persons claiming adversely sny l>ortlon of said Moni • or Reindeer lode or surface ground are required to file their adverse claim with tbe 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. DUNXLV. Register. It is hereby ordered that the foregoing no tice of application for a pa*ent be published for the period of sixty days, (ten consecutive weeks), in the Ki:beka Fbhtixbl, l weekly news paper published at Eureka. Eureka county, Nevada J. P. DUNKLE. Register. f20-10w ■mrr Solid Gold W«'tl«T|T>TITI L1 «>« uuui11 L Li Li ■ r//'4,,V!4v£ni> , r,t ,u ,t,flP I p.n S jlli! Mtii ivi. l ei ir-i • 1 er 1 I 1J LI « arrantrU. IV uVy Boiy iGulJ liuotiuK C4C Pliuth lauiiee' aii'1 jvtlp Laitea, with worka and I caeca of equal ralaa. One Person in rack we tend Free, and after yo« have kept them in your home for Ifi mouth* and ahowrn them to thoae who may have railed, they become y«»ur own property. Tho»«in ho write at once can ba eure of receiving Hie W i»te» and Mrtmplr* W« p*v all aspreMLfirdglit. etc. Addrvaa atinaou A Co.. Aos H1«,Portland, Main* Notice to the Public. All persons are hereby notified not to trust any one ou my account without a written order from me, as I will not pay any bills contracted by unautborlz d per* tons. 8AUAH A. McOCLLOUOIl Currant Creek. By* county Nav., Not. 14, 1092. ni9lm« TRAVELERS' QUIDS. Eureka and Palisade RAILROAD. MKW ARRARQBMUTI. On and after May 2, 1892, TRAINS Far PHMai.n, Botin, Bapnaa and Pnlckt WIU I..T. Barak, on HOBDAYS, WEDNES DAYS and FRIDAYS, (Os PaotSa Standard Mae) a follow.: Laara Baraka at. 800 a, m. Arrlra at Fallaada at.IMr.a, Making oonnaotlon with ■on* and Wait Bound Trains of the Central pneifle Bnllrand. Uolnrnlng, will laara Fallaada on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS. Laara Fallaada at.8:00 A.M. Arrlra at Baraka at..8OOP. M, THE COMPANY WILL FORWARD FREIGHT HAMILTON, SELIGMAN TAYLOR. ELY. TYBO. BELMONT, REVEILLE. And all points south, by teams, with oars and dlspatoh, and at the lowest rates. B. 6ILMAB, General Sip’t. THE NEVADA STAGE COMPANY. Carrying IT. 8. Malta anil Walla, Cargo * Co.’a Hapraas. Stages will leave dally at 8 o’clock a. a. for the following points, vis: Sellgmsn, Hamil ton, Ely and Taylor: raraai Eureka to 8ellgman.88 00 Return Ticket... 8 00 Eureka to Hamilton.-.8 00 Return Ticket... —....18 00 Eureka to Ely.1« 00 Boreke to Taylor .—. 1* 00 Return Ticket...—..—....—.—80 00 Thirty pounds of Baggage allowed each passenger. Beturn Tickets good for 80 days. Positively no rebate allowed commercial travalera on Bound Trip rates. ■allroad Freight aaad Transporta tion Una. Teams of Iht above line will deliver Freight al Taylor and polnta South, leaving Eureka every day, os as often as the business de mands It. OFFICE—Hext door to Jssss Maudes’ sa loon, Main street. Je30-tf J. A. MATTOB, Proprietor. \T~ IS A FACT THAT Onr Workers ARE BETTER PAID than ALE OTHERS ; earn their money with greater case, and are supplied with ar ticles which the people want and will have. Beginners of cither sex, voung or old, learn the business in s day, and succeed from the start No special ability required. If you cannot give all your time to the work, we will cheerfully accept your spare moments. Write 03 immediately' for full information, which we shall be pleased to send you free, GEORGE STINSON dr CO., Box 488, Portland, Maine. ITOTIOE. la the District Court of the Stole el Neveda, Baraka County. In the matter of the Estate of P. McILBOY, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that maby E. McElroy has died with the Clerk of said Court, a petition, praying fer Letters testamentary of the estate of P- McElroy, de ceaaod, and that Monday the 3rd of April, 1893, at 1 o'clock r. u . the same being a day of reg ular eeaaion of laid Court, a'-the Courthouse, and In the Courtroom thereof, in the town of Eureka, said County and State, has been set by the Judge for the hearing of said petition, when end where any person Interested may appear and show cause why said petition should not be granted. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I HAVE HEREUNTO set my hand officially, and affixed [sail.) the seal of aald Court, thla 16th day of March, 1S93, F. H. HARMON, County Clerk, Eureka County, Nevada, and ei-oittrlo Clerk of said Court. td HT. Jours CHAPTER, BO. S. THE STATED OORVOCATIONS OP ST. John's Chapter, No. 6. R. A. M., will be held at Masonic Hall on the Saturday next succeeding the pals of tho moon In oeob month. It. SADLER, B. P, A. D. Boon. Secretary. AM ACT TO ZXCOrlAOK THE OOEHTBrCTIOK OF * BA1LBOAD ACBOSB TBE STATE OFBEVADA. BectiomI. Whenever, after tbe passage of this aet, tbe Utah A Nevada Air Lina Railway Company, a corporation hereto fore organised and now eiiallng under and by virtue of the laws of the Btate of Ne vada, aball have constructed a Ant-class railroad of' atandard guage through the oountles of White Pine, Eureka, Lander, Chorobill and Washoe, or either of them, it shall be entitled to reoelve the bond of said oountles, or either of them, at tbe time and io the manner hereinafter pro vided, to the amount of $9,000 per mila for each and every mile of the main track of said railroad completed in said county} provided, that said railroad aball be com pleted and in full operation within five years from the date of the approval of this act, and no bonda shall be issued under its provisions after that time. Bee. 3. Immediately upon Ibeseoeipt by the Board of County Commieatonesa of either of the said oonntiee of a sworn cer tificate of the County Surveyor of snob oouuty, or of such a certificate of tbs Surveyor-General of the Btate of Nevada, aettiog forth that twenty miles of suck railroad as herein mentioned have been built and oompleted by said company and In proper oondltion to receive the rolling ■took, and that said section of twenty miles is a part of a oontinuoua line of rail way then in oourse of construction as herein before specified.it shall be the dnty of said Board of County Commlsaloners of such county, ana tney are nereDy atrectea Immediately to take each action aa may be necessary to prepare, to leans and to de liver $60,000 of the bonds of aaid oounty provided for in this aot to aaid railroad company; and thereafter aa eaoh success ive twenty milea of railroad ahall have been completed and ready io receive the rolling-stock in aooh county, and the same ahall be shown by the certificate aforesaid the said board aball issue and de liver to aaid railroad eompeny the bonds of aaid county, at the rate of sixty thousand dollars in bonds for each seotion of twenty miles thus completed in said county, and in case the last section neoea • sary to oomplete the whole length of the . road in said county shall not amount to twenty miles, then for suoh fractional sec tion of twenty miles such bonds shall be issued at the rate of three thousand dol lars per mile; provided, that no bonds aball 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 reoeive any bonds from said counties, or either of them in aid of its construction. Bee. 3. Said bonds shall bear interest at the rate of (5) per oent per annum, pay able semi-annually, and they shall be for an amount not lees than five hundred ($500) dollars nor more than one thous and ($1,000) respectively. They shall be lithographed or engraved, with the necessary interest coupons attached to each, shall express upon their face that they are payable in gold coin of the United Slates, subject to the provisions and conditions contained in this act. Both bonda and ooupons shall be payable to bearer, and the interest thereon shall be paid semi-annually, on eaoh first day of January and each first day o( July subse quent to the issuance of such bonds, and upon the first day of each January and July thereafter, until all interest payable on tho some aboil hove been extinguished. Both the interest »nd prinoipxl of laid bonds shall only be paid by tbe Treasurer of the oounty from whioh they may bars been issued at the time and io acoordanoe with the provisions of this aot. Seo. 4. In each of the counties from which bonds may be issued under and by virtue of this aot, there shall be annually applied from the revenue of snob oounty to the payment of tbe Interest and the* principal of said bonds whioh shall have been issued from said oounty, a sum of money equal in amonnt to tbe sum whioh shall be collected from sold oounty from said Utah and Nevada Air Line Railway Company, from the taxes levied npon the entire property of said oompany in said oounty, less tbe amonnt of taxes wbioh may have been levied on and collected therefrom for State and sohool purposes, and the amount so applicable to the pay ment of the interest and tbe redemption of the principal of said bonds, shall be placed in a separate fund to be called tb< •• Railroad Interest and Sinking Fund,” wbioh shall be applied: first, to the pay ment of the interest at herein directed, and second, to the redemption of tbe principal of said bonds as provided in this act. it being the true intent and mean ing of this section of this act that tbe interest and prineipal of all tbe bonds issued under the provisions of this act shall be paid cut of tbe revenue derived from the respective oountles from the taxes upon the property of tbe said rail road oompany, lees the amount realised by said counties from tbe taxes levied for State and sohool purposes. Seo. 5. Said bonds shall be payable in twenty-five years, and both the interest and principal shall be paid only as provided in this act. Seo. 6. Tbe bonds to be Issued under tbe provisions of this aot shall be deliv ered to said railroad oompany by the Board of County Commissioners of the respective counties named. They shall bo signed by tbe chairman and tbe clerk of tho Board and shall bear tbe seal of such Board. The interest-bearing ooupons belonging to and attached to each of said bonds shall bear the engraved or litho graphed signature of the olerk of said Board of Commissioners. Seo. 7. In case any of tbe territory through which said railroad,may be built shall hereafter be detached from tbs county within whioh it is now embraced, and such territory added to some other county, the provisions of this aot respect ing the issuanoe of said bonds and their mode of payment shall apply to such county and tbe offioers thereof the same as though such county was orginally in cluded in the provisions hereof. Sec. 8. Tbe faith of tbe State of Nevada is hereby pledged that this act shall neves be repealed nor so modified in any way as to impair the security of those who shall hold or pnrahase any of tbe bonds in this aot provided, nor dnrlng the constVnotion of said railroad after it has been in good fatth commenoed. Seo. 9. All acta and parts of sols in con flict with tbe provisions of this aot arc hereby repealed. To Whom It Hoy Con. OU AKE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE sale of real and personal property adver tised in tbs Eureka Weekly Bkntihel to take place at the Courthouse door in the town of Eureka on the 33d day of December, 1892, and # alao the tale of real and personal property tn the town of Seligman. White Pino county on the 19th day of December, 1899, by one Eu Cue Howell, to pursuance of a pretended ist deed aa set forth in said advertisement, la entirely unauthorised by me, and any pur chases made of said real or personal property will be made at the purchaser's risk. Said Howell is not now nor has he been my agent in any manner whatsoever for many months past, and the above pretended UUt deed wan obtained by him from me by fllse and fraudulent representation, and while I was mentally unfit to transact business. That proceedings will at once be commenced In the proper coart to set aside and cancel said trust deed by me. IRENE M ROBINSON. nSO-lm* Eureka, Nevada. Berg will reoeife all kladt ot betriet by tbit aiternwa’t ttaia. *