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STATE SEWS ITEMS.
The Elko Trustee# have re-elected the old corps of teacher#. Grasshoppers are playing havoc with crops in Paradise Valley, Hum boldt county. Professor Jackson had his right leg broken by a fall from a horse near Washoe City on the 3d inst. Trains on the Oregon Short Line will begin running regularly to Clover valley, Lincoln county, July 15 The Virginia City Board of School Trustees re-elected the old corps of teachers, with the exception of Hal lie Bulmer and Mias Hettie McIntosh, who resigned. The feature of the parade in N ir ginia City on the Fourth was 300 miners in line. They also had a float on which were miners going through the operation of drilling. Ore is piling up and more teams are needed to haul it to Sodaville, says the Tonapah Bonanza. The condi tion of affairs will become worse in stead of better as soon as the whims which have been ordered arrive. Elko Independent: The incline on the coal mine is down 100 feet. The vein widens as depth is gained and the quality of the coal continues to im prove. The prospects are excellent for the development of a large body of first-class coal. The fifty-mile relay bicycle race at Carson on the Fourth, between the Reno and Sacramento teams, was won by the former. The race was very close to the last, Keddie, the Reno rider, making a wonderful finish and beating his Sacramento rival over the line by a wheel’s length. The Tonapah Bonanza says that the first thing that the company will do that has bought the mines will be to place the camp in communication with the outside world by constructing a railroad to the town which in a short time will become a promising eitv. The property will be worked on a large scale. Virginia Report: Miss Elizabeth Fitzgerald and Miss Alice Comeford will leave soon for the Philippine Islands, where they go to teach school. The pay there for teachers is very good—much better than the average in the United States. Both young ladies have a record for competency which will stand them in good stead in their future home. Eighteen valuable horses were burned to death in a disastrous fire which last week visited the Clear Creek ranch, situated in Grass Valley, about fifteen miles south of Winnemucca. A large barn, corrals, a number of sets of har ness and a spring wagon were also to tally destroyed. The loss, which is in the neighborhood of (7,000, falls upon W. 8. Johnson and George 8. Nixon. Four of the horses burned were worth at least (500 each. SECOND csirru CHEEK. J. L. Bailer Telle af Ibe Bale of the Tonepeb Bines. J. L. Batter, discoverer of the Tona pah mining district, in Nye county, Nevada, which promisee to eclipse Cripple Creek, ia at the St. Nicholas, says the San Francisco Examiner. On Monday he disposed of five loca tions made by himself and friends to D. A. Tamer of Grass Valley for $3.‘U>, 000. A cash payment of $50,000 was made in the transfer of the property. On October 1 a second payment of $100,000 is to be made and on Decem ber 20 the final payment is due. But ler haa interests in many other claims in the district, which he says are just as good as the ones he sold. Those associated with the discoverer of the ledges are W. Brougber, T. L. Oddie, W. C. Gayhart and B. F. Higes. “If I was a hog,” said Butler “I probably could have got $1,000,000 for the property, but an offer was made me and my associates and it was good enough to be accepted. We only did three months’ work in developing the property, and $330,000 is good pay to me for that much labor.” The mines are in the San Antonio range of mountains, about sixty miles from Sodaville, the nearest railway de. pot. The ore, Butler says, is very much like that taken from the Com stock, 433 tons bringing a return from the smelting works of $92,112. All, the ledges, be adds, are well defined and in some places the croppings ex tend for nearly a thousand feet. The Agricultural Department is about to publish a soil map that will enable a farmer, wherever be is lo cated, to determine just what crops will bring him the largest returns in money. The map is to cover the whole of the United States, and will be on such a scale that every ten-acre patch will be represented byone-eighth of an inch square. But each farmer will be able to procure a chart of his own neighborhood on a larger scale, so that he can arrange bis planting in ac cordance with the suggestions which it conveys. NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER S SALE ON FORECLOSURE. WILLIAM ALVORD and O. HOW. ) AKD THOMPSON (Trustee*), Complainants. I t. j No 594, EUREKA and PALISADE RAIL ROAD OOMPANY (a Corpora tion!, Defendant. ) Ipeelal Master'a Hale. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OP AN order of sal* and decree of foreclo#ore. issued out of the Circuit Court of the United State#. ninth circuit. District of Nevada, on tha 1M day of May. A. D. 1901, in the above entitled netted, wherein William Alvord and O. Howard Thompson (Trueteea). the above named complainants, oStained a judg ment and decree against the Eureka and Pali sade Rail Road Company (a corporation I. de fendant, on the Mth day of April, 1901, which said decree is recorded in jn igment book of said Court, commencing at page 1, volume 1, etc., for the sum of nine hundred thousand dollars iA900.U00.D0) and interest amounting to the further ram of four hundred and forty one thousand dollars ($441,000.00). together with Interest on the said principal turn sieve tha Aral day of Janaary. 1901. and costs, I am commanded to sell all that certain property, particularly described as follows, to wit: 1. All of that certain railroad now owned and operated by tha Eureka and Paliaada Rail road Company la the said State of Navada, commencing at the town of Palisade, In the County of Eureka, and running through laid county and a portion of Elko County to tha town of Eureka, in said county of Eureka, and known aa the Eureka and Paliaada Railrued, and Including all extension*, addition* and change* and site rations thereof between the termini aforesaid, and also all tha property and franchise* connected with or appertaining to said railroad now owned by tha said Eureka and Paliaada Railroad Company, including all the lands upon which the said railroad is lo oated and constructed, ami which are, or may be, oeoeasary or proper for th* use or malms nance thereof, and all station*, depot band ings, engine-houses, machine shops, and all other improvements and constructions, with the land on which the earns at* situated and pertaining thereto, and all stations, depots, roads, bridges, embankments, excavations, via ducts, culverts, trestle work, timber*, sleepers, ties, and other superstructure and material therefor, and all iron rails, engine*, trucks, handcar*, and other rolling stock, and all sta tionary engines, machinery, stock, fixture*, tool*, implement* and furniture and all other thing* used and employed in and about said railroad snd the working and management thereof, and all corporate iranchitee of said Eureka and Paliaada Railroad Company, snd tne franchise of said railroad: together with all the tenements hereditaments snd appur tenances of the said premise* thereunto be longing or in any wire appertaining. Included in and covered by the general terms of description above set forth 1* the following deecrlbed property, (said descrip tion, however, not excluding say and all other property of every hind, nator* and descrip tion also covered by the terms of the above ancnpuwj: 3. All of that real property situated lo the town of Palisade, County of Eureka, State ol Nevada, known and described on the official map of said town as all of block K and block nnmber one; also, all of the land lying and being between the right of way of the Central Pacific Hallway on the east side of the track and the Humboldt river, commencing at the north line of the above described block num ber one and extending north for a distance of three hundred and eighty-five feet. 3. Allot that real property situated in the town of Palisade, County of Eureka, State of Nevada, known and described on the official map of said town as all of lots three (3) and four (4) In block H. 4. One tract of land situated on the north end of the Monroe Survey of the town ol Eu reka, in Eureka county, Nevada, known as the ■. A P. K. B. tract, and described as follows, to wit: Commencing at a stake marked K. A P. B. B. Co., standing about 300 feet W, of the NW. corner of the Lemon Mill and running thence N. 3,350 feet, tbenoe E. 000 feet, thence 8. 3.35b feet, thence W. 300feet to the place of beginning, containing 45 9-10 aoiee. 3. One tract of land situated in Eureka Canyon, adjoining the E, k P. B. B. tract on the north, in Eureka county, Nevada, known as the McKinnon Survey, and described as fol lows, to wit: Commencing at the NW. corner of the B. k P. R. R, tract and running thence N. one mile, thence E. it mile, thence S. one mile, thence W. it mile to the place of begin ning, containing ICO acres. «. Certain tracia and parcels of land altu ated In Pine Valley, about 18 miles southerly from Palisade, in Knreka County, Nevada, known aa the "Hay Ranch." and described as follows, to wit: Being the SW. it of NE. it of Section I, containing 40 acres. SE. It of Section 5. containing 160 acres. SW. it of Section 4. containing 160 scree. E. it of 8ectlon 8. containing 890 acres. W. it of Section9, containing390 acres. NE. it of Section IT, containing 160 acres. NW. it of Section 16, containing 160scree. W. it of SW. it of Section 16, containing 80 NW. it of Section 91, containing 160 acres, making e total of 1,560 acres, together with tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances, ditches, dame, water and water right* there unto belonging or In any wise appertaining, or heretofore need In connection therewith All of the above described tracts of land are •Itnste, lying and being in Township 99 north, range 59 E., Mt. Diablo Base Meridian. SPRINGS 1. One spring lying on unsurveyed Gov ernment lend, sltnsted about \ of s mile from Pslissde, Connty of Eureka, In s northwesterly direction, together with plp< line leading from spring to e reeerroir site, thence to Eureka and Palisade Railroad shops and to the resident portion of the town, sap plying houses and hotel* with water for pri vate use. 3. One spring in o* pear the town of Eu reka, County of Eureka, together with pipeline from said spring to the Eureka and Palisade premises, for water tank and station use, also to company’s houses erected for and used by employes. 3. Spring at Alpha Station, about one mile distant from water tank. 4. Springs at Oak Station, about two mils* distant from water tank. 3. Springs at Bummlt Station, abont two miles distant from water tank. 41. Springs at Diamond Station, about sU miles distant from water tank. With water pipe lines leading from spring to tanks st each station noted above. PROPERTY IN PALISADE. 1 Superintendent'* house. 1 Ofllee and station building. 1 Section men's house (small). 1 Building divided Into roundhouse, mscblne shop, car repair shop, blacksmith shop and stationary engine room; all containing station ary engine (one), and engine, machine, shop, car repair and blacksmith tools. I Oar house. 1 Icehouse. 1 Supply house (small). 1 Sand house “ 1 011 house " 1 Band car bouse •• 1 Tool house •• 1 Porter's house “ 1 Coal bunker. 1 Cattls oorral (half Interest In). PROPERTY ON ROAD. 6 Tank houses. < Section bouses and hand car .bouses. 3 Gsttle oorrals. 4 Freight houses (small) PROPERTY IN KCBEKA. 1 General ofllee and station building com bined. 1 Freight house and platforms. 1 Hand car house. 1 Powder house (old). 1 Roundhouse. 1 Icehouse. 1 Tankhouse. 1 Pair scales, track. 4 Buildings—houses used by employes as ran dan ces. TRACK MILEAGE. 84 Niles, mein track (To miles steel, 14 iron). Vt Niles sidetrack-all iron. KifUIl'NENT. « Engines. 1 First-class passenger soachss. I psMsoga* ■all. baggage and eipreaa ran (combination i; 1 baggage car, 1 abooee car, 31 box rara. 80 Hal can, 9 coal cars, 5 band cars. Hotter is hereby given that on Inly 17, l»OI, At 13 o'clock noon o( that day. In front ef the Court Houae, in the town of Eureka, County ef Eareka, State of Havada. I will. In obodlance to aald order and decree of foreclosure, sell ell the above deecribed property. In one parcel, to satisfy complainants Judgment, with Interest thereon, end costa, to the highest and beet bidder. The terms of said sale shell be as follows, to wit : A sum In cash to be paid on account of the purchaae price of tbe mortgaged property, above described, that will pay ell coata, charges, disbursement* in this action, com plement's charges, counsel fees end costa and tbe Master'* chargee, fees and disbursements, and Whatever other coats or expenses that may be incurred herein. Outstanding first mortgage bond* secured by tho mortgage foreclosed herein end overdue conpons belonging thereto will be received on account of amounts to be paid on the purchaae af aald mortgage premises and property at auch price oi veins as will be equivalent to the dis tributive amount that the holders of the said bonds would be entitled to receive in ease the entire amount of the bid were paid in cash. JUHN r. EM ■ ITT. Special Master. Dated Jane S, 1901. te8-6w NOTICE -OF Delimit Tai Sales Far Second Installment of Ten*. T^TOTICE IS HEBEBY GIVEN TO ALL whom It may concern: That the follow ing described property situate, lying and be ing In the County of Eureka, State of Nevada, and asseseed to the owners thereof, whose names respectively are set opposite the de scription thereof, has been duly taxed and assessed for the year 1900, for the amounts hereinafter mentioned in connection with the description thereof; that said taxes are delin quent; that ten per cent on said taxes and coat of advertising will be collected In addi tion to the original tax, all the property sold for all of said original tax, penalty and costa. toKCB£KA TUNNEL CON. MINING CD Personal property, machinery and air pipes at Eureka Tunnel, $5:0. Improvements, ore house, blacksmith shop and frame dwelling at the mouth of Eureka tunnel. Eureka oountv, Nevada. Tax 97.SO, penalty .75. cost 91, total * HCNTINGTON A DIAMOND VALLEY STOCK A LAND COMPANY-Personal prop arty, furniture $50, 60 head stock cattle $960, 12 work horses Slid mules $300, farming imple ments $100, hogs $25 , 500 range horses $1,800, 2 jscks $200. Possessory interest in end to e tract of farming land situate abont 30 miles northwesterly from tbe town of Eureka end about 1 b miles northerly from the Henderson Ranch In Enreke county, Nevada, and known aa tbe foe Vanins Ranch, and described as foUows, to wit: Being tbe N b of SE b< sec 14, T 23 N, R 51 E, containing 80 acres; N b of SW b.sec 13, T 23 N. B 51 E. containing 80 acrea. Improvements frame house and stable. Possessory Interest in and to a tract of farm ing land situated at the south end of Pleas nt Valley, in Eureka county, Nevada, known aa the Henderson Ranch, and described as fol lows. to wit: Being the W J of SW b. sec 24. T 23 N, B51 E, containing 80 acres; NW b of NE b. sec 26, T 23 N. R 51 E, containing 40 acrea; NE b of SE b of see 27, T 23 N. R 51 E, containing 40 acres. Improvement, frame dwelling house snd stable. Possessory In terest in and to a tract of land situate on the line of the E A P B it near and south of the McKee Ranch, in Pleasant Valley. Eureka county. Nevada, and described aa follows, to wit: Being tbe W b of NE b, sec 36, T 24 N, R 51 E, containing 80 acres; W b of SE b> sec 36, T 24 N, B 51 E, containing 80 acres Pea seaao'y interest in and to a tract of land situ ate south of aud adjoining the Lanl Bros.' Ranch, being on the NW side of Diamond Val ley, about 29 miles northerly from the town of Eureks, Eureka county, Nevada, known aa land belonging to tbe Diamond Valley Stock and Land Company, and described aa follows, to wit: Balng the SE b of NW b- aec 36, T 23 N. R 52 E, containing 40 acres; SW b "I NE b.aec 36.T23 N, R 52 E, containing 40 acres. Possessory Interest In aud to a tract of farming land situate north of Mineral Hill, In the neighborhood of the BruBy Hot Springs Ranch, in Eureka county, Nevada, and de scribed as followa, to wit: Being the SW b of SE b, see 10, township 27 N, R 52 E, contain ing 40 aerea; SE b of SW b. see 10. T 27 N, R 52 E, containing 40 acres; NW J of NW b. sec 11, T 27 N, R 52 E, containing 40 acrea; NW b of NE b. aec 15. T 27 N. R 62 E, containing 40 acres; SW b of NW b. »cc 15, T 27 N. R 52 E, containing 40 acrea; NE J of SW b. aec 15, T 27 N,R 52 E, containing 40 acres Posses sory interest in and to certain tracts and par cels of land situated on the NW aide of Dia mond Valley, about 31 miles, more or less, northerly from the town of Enreke, in Eureka county, Nevada, known aa the Battler Ranch, and described aa follows to wit: Being tbe NW b of NW b »ec 26, T 24 N, R 62 E, contain ing 40 scree. S b of NW b. sec 25. T 24 N. R 52 E, containing 80 acrea; Nbof SW b. aec 26, T 24 N. R 62 E. containing 80 acres; NEb of NE b.seo 26, T 24 N, R 52 E. containing 40 acres; SE b of NE b, sec 26, T 21 N, R 52 K. containing 40 acres; N b of BE b. sec 25 T 24 N, R 62 E. containing80 seres: NE b of NW b. sec 30, T 24 N. K 53 E, containing 40 sens; N b of NE b• aec 80 T 24 N, R 53 E.containing 80 acres; NE \ ol NW b, sec 25. T 24 V, R 52 £, containing 40 acres; 9 >; ol NEb. aec 25, T24 N, R 52 E. containing 80 acres; SE 4 of NE b, aec 25, T 24 N. R 62 E, containing 40 scree; B b of S b. eec 24, T 24 N. K 52 E, con. taintng 160 acres; NE b of NE b.eec 25, T 24 N, R 52 E. containing 40 acres; NW b of NW b. sec 30, T 24 N, R 63 E, containing 40 acrea; SW b of NW b. sec SO T 24 N, R 63 E, containing 40 acres: SE b of NW b, sec 30, T 24N.B53 E, containing 40 acres; it b of NE b. sec 30, T 24 N, R 53 E, containing 80 acres; SW b of NW b, sec 29.T 24 N, R 53 E, contain Ing 40 acrea, lot 4 of aec 18, T 24 N, R 53 E, containing 40 acrea; lota 1,2 and 3, aec 19, T 24 N,|B S3 E. containing 118 acres; SE b of BE b. aac 13. T 24 N, R 52 E, containing 40 acres; NK b of aec 14; T 24 N. R 62 E, containing 16(1 acrea; E b of NW J, sec24. T 24 N. R 62 E, con taining 80 acres; N b of BE b. aec 24, T 24 N, K 52 B, containing 80 acres; N b of SW b. sec 24. T24N, R 52 K. containing 80 acrea; NE b of SE b.aec 23, T 24 N, R 52 E, containing 40 acres: SE b of SW b. aec 18. T 24 N, H 53 E. containing 40 acrea; S b of SE l. aec 18, T 24 N, R 53 E, containing 80 acres; SW b of SW b, sec 17, T 24 N, B fS E, containing 30 acres; t b of NW b. eec 19, T 24 N, R 63 E, containing 80 acrea; E b of SW b. sec 19, T 24 N, R 53 E, containing 80 acres; W b ol NE b. see 19, 7 24 N. H 53 E, containing 80 acres; W b of SE b. aec 19, T 24 N, R 53 E, containing 80 acres; lot4 of sec 19, T 24 N, R 53 B, containing 36 17 acres; NW J of SE b, too 18, T 24 N, R 53 E. containing 40 acrea; lot 2, of SW j, sec 18, T. 24 N. R 53 E, containing 80 acres; NE b of SE 1, see 13 T 24 N, R 63 E. containing 40 acres. Improvements, frame dwelling house, bams and corrals; lot 3 of SW b. sec 18, T 24 N. B 53 E, cotalnlng 35 58 acres Tax $123 37, penalty $12.34, coats $2. total $137.71. MAD, SADLER A CO—Personal property, •tore fixtures end safe $250. mdse $600, posses’ •ory Interest in and to lot 4 in block 37 of the town of Eureka, Eureka county, Nevada, im provements brick building. Possessory inter est in and to 1015 In block 37 of the town of Eureka, Eureka county, Nevada, Improvements brick building. Poaseaaory Interest in and to lot 4 In block 68 of tbe town of Eureka, Eureka oounty, Nevada, Improvements stone ware house. Poaseaaory Interest In and to btoex 75 of the town of Eureka, Eureka county, Nevada, Improvements two stables, brick powder house and storehouse ontatde of town. Tex $38 94, penalty $3.89, costa 82, total $44 83. SADLER. R-Personal proparty, wagons In Eureka $100, horses belonging to O A Woods $100. Poaseaaory Interest in and to lot 13 block 37 of the town of Enreke, Enraka county, Ne vada. improvements a tone house. Possessory lot In and to block 96 of tbe town of Enreke, Eu reke county, Nevada. Possessory Interest In and to lota 16 and 16 In block 21 of the town of Enreke, Eureka county, Nevada. Poaseaaory Interest In and to lota 1, 2, 8 and 4 block 94 of the town of Eureka, Eureka county, Nevada Poasraaory Interest In and to lota 7, 8. 9 aud 10 block 19 of the town of Eureka, Enraka county, Hevade. Possessory Interest in and to the 8 35 feet of lot 19 end N 96 fast of lot 18 bloot » of the town of Bntekt, Eureka oounty, Neve.1t. I'oeeeeeory Interact la sad to lot 14 block IT of the town of Eureka, Eureka oounty. Nevada. Possessory la and to lota 4 and 6 block 40 of tho town of Baraka. Earaka coanty, Narad a, im provements brick houac. Possessory Interaat in and to tho N IS feat of lot 8 block 36 of tbo town of Enraka, Earaka coanty, Nevada Poe aeasory Interest In and to lot 8 block 23 of tbe town of Eureka, Eareka county, Nevada. Im provements frame house. Possessory in and to lot 13 In block 40 of the town of Eureka, Eu reka county, Nevada. Posse aa ora Interaat la an undivided Interest la lot 8 block 28 of the town of Eurrke, Eureka oounty, Nevada, Im provement 1-3 int In and to brick Opera House. Possessory Interest In and to let IS In block S8 of tbe town of Enreka, Eureka county, Nevada. Improvements frame house on Routh Ruby Bill, Eureka county, Nevada. Possessor) in terest in and to a tract of land together with springs of water thereon situated about SO miles NW from the town of Eureka, In Eareka county. Nevada, and known aa the Nlcksla Horse Ranch and described as follows to-wit: Commencing st a point 800 feet 8E of tho dwel ling house and running N H mile, thence W 1 mile, thence 8 H mile, thence E 1 mile to the place of beginning containing 320 seres. Im provements stable, corral and small house. Tax 811,88, penalty S4.18. costs $2, total 848 03. BODY Mine—An undivided two-thirds Inter est in and to the improvements on the Body mine on bullion Hill, Eureka county, Nevada, consisting of whim and whim house and boarding house on Rulllon Bill, Enreka coanty. Nevada. Tax 83.75, penalty 37 cents, costs 12, total, 16.12. Notice Is further given that In dsf suit of the payment of said sums, tbe undersigned aa County Treasurer of Eureka county, and Ex officio Tax Receiver thereof, will, at twelvs o'clock noon, on ■•■Nay, the 15th Day ar Jnly, Aw D. 1*01. sell at public auction at the Courthouse door of the sold Eureka county. In the town of Eureka, to tbe highest and beat bidder for cash, the above described property or so much thereof as may be nect vary to satisfy tbe amount of said tax, penalty cod cost of adver tising, and that such sales will he subject to redemption within six months after the date of sale by payment of all sold sums with three per cent per month thereon from dale of sale until paid J. H. HOEQB. Treasurer, and ex-officio Tax Receiver. WK. SPINNER, Oounty Auditor. Bureka. Nevada. June 14.1901. OFFICIAL DIBKCrOBT. Natloual Uoverniucut. Preiident..William MoKinley Seoretary cf State.John Hay Secretary of Treasury.Lyman A. Gage Secretary of War.Elihu Boot Attorney General.John W. Griggs Postmaster Oeneral.Obarles E. Smith Seoretary of the Navy.John D. Long Seoretary of Inteiior, Ethan A. Hltohoock Secretary of Agrioulture_James Wilson Mtate of Hevasta United States I.Wm. M. Stewart Senators (.....John P. Jones Congressman.F. G. Newlands Governor. .. Reinbold Sadler Lieutenant-Governor.James R. Judge ) . .0. H. Belknap Jndges Supreme Court > . A. L. Fitzgerald ) ... W. A. Massey State Treasurer.D. R. Ryan Seoretary of State.Eugeoe Howell State Controller.S. P. Davia Attorney General.William Woodburn Surveyor General.E. D. Kelley State Printer..Andrew Maute .C. E. Mack Distriot Judges b.f!'Curler .G. F. Talbot Eureka (ounSj. Judge District Court.W. D. Jones State Senator.P. H. Hjul m „ I .Robert Raftice Assemblymen [.0. H.gfjDg0|1 Sheriff .T. A. Bnrdiok Clerk and Treasurer _Jacob H. Hoegb Assessor.Wm. J. Hooper Reoorder.Wm. Spinner Distriot Attorney. Peter Breen County Snrveyor.John Pardy Public Administrator.Clay Simms ).Alex Fraser ! Jobn H»nCOck. S' Commissioners }. ph||||p Ptr0B, Notice to Creditors. la the Third Judicial District Court of the State of Nevada, In and for Eureka County. In the Matter of the Estate of Martin Plantonl, Deceased. Notice is hebeby given that the undersigned, P. H, HJol, wee on the ITth day of June, 1901, by the Third Judicial Dis trict Court of the Stats of Nevada, in and for Enrek county, duly appointed ae administrator of the eetate of Martin Piantonl, lata of said Enreka county, deceased and having qualified sh each. Letters ol Administration thereon have bean issued to him, and a Summary Ad ministration of said estate'having bean by said Court ordered. All creditors having claims against said es tate are required to file the same, with proper vouchers attached, with the Clerk of the Court, within forty days of the first publication of thia notice. t. B. HJOL, Administrator of the Estate of Martin Pian tonl. Deceased, Gao. A. Babtutt, Attorney for Adminis trator, Date of First Publication, Buraha, Nevada, June 22,1901. Jei2-5t I Notice toCreditors In tb« Third Judicial District Court or tbo State of Nevada, in and for Baraka County. In the Hatter of the Xetate of Mary J. McCoy, Deceaaed. OTIOE IB HEKXBY OJVEN THAT THE undersigned, hat been duly appointed and qualified by the Third Judicial Dlstrlot Conrt of the State of Nevada, In and for lu> reka county, aa Executor of tha estate of Mary J. McOoy, late of eald sounty, deceaaed. All creditors having claims against said eatata are required to file the seme, with proper vonchere attached, with the Clerk of the Court within three months of the fire! publication of this notice. Dated this 17th day of Jane, 1001. M, COY FIT2UEBALD, Executor. Pitxb Buses, Attorney for Executor. Date of First Publication, Eureka, Nevada, June 21,1901. JeJMt MINING TAX. Notice ib hbbeby oiyen that the taxes oa the proceeds of tho mines of Buraks oonnty for tho qnertor ending Jane K>, 1901. ere now due sad peynble to mo tt my oflon In Baraks; sad the low la regard As tha same will bestrlotly enforced. W. J. BOOPEB. Aissttot of Eureka ocmsty Nevada, GEORGE GAVIN PLUMBER AND TINSMITH Agent for Steel Ranges and Cooking Store of tha latest patterns; COLES AIK TIQBT HEATERS, including the recently introduced Hot Blast Air Tight Stores for coal (see cut) an eitra fine line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, and a full and complete assortment of tha latest Kitchen Ware. Also agent for the oelebrated Hollingsworth Tiger Rakes, Bain Farm Wagons, Benicia Spring Wagons, Adriance Buckeye Mowers, Buggies, Road Wagons, etc. All to be sold at bottom prioes. All orders for Oas Fitting and Plumbing promptly attended to and work done on most reasonable terms. Agent for the Eureka Opera House. GEORGE GAVTN NORTH MAIN ST.. EUREKA, NEVADA IS Your Property Insured? If not, Do You Think You Can Afford to Carry the Risk Yourself? I C. O. WHITMORE Represents in Eureka Eleven of the Largest, Oldest, and Soundest Fire Insurance Companies Doing Business in the United States, as follows: Commercial Union, of England, [Norwich Union, of England, Fireman’s Fvnd, of California, Palatine, of England, Hartford, of Connecticut, Qckkn, of England, Hamucro-Bhemkn, of Germany, Scottish Union A National, of £n|. London A Lancashire, of England, Western Asscrance Co., of Canada, Liverpool, London A Globe, of England. Better Come in and See What a Policy Will Cost for a Year or Longer, Don’t Wait Until a Fire Sweeps Your Property Away. Then It Will Be Bverlaatingly Too Late. I. C. G. WHITMORE. — ——^-jjnjLjrTri ' — BROWN HOUSE (FORMERLY THE JACK80N HOTEL.) A modern hostlery with a complete and efficient service in every department. Table constantly supplied with the best the market affords. Only Fire-Proof Hotel in Eastern Nevada. A First Class Bar in Connection. Booms Single or En Suite. MRS. JULIA BROWN Main Hti*eet, - - Eureka Nevada Notice to Creditors la lb* Third Judicial DlatrlctCourt •I the ■tale or Nevada, la and for Nye Conaty. In the Mailer of the Eetete of Tiiuotby Uny Pbelpe, Deceeeed. Notice is hebebt given that the nnderelgned, hee been appointed end qualified by the Third Judicial Dlitrlct Court of the dtate of Nevada, In end for Nye county. Executrix of the eetete of Timothy Gay Pbelpe, late of Ben Cerloe, Sen Mateo oounty, State of California, deoeeaed. All pereone haring claim* egelnet eeld eetete ere required to die the earn* with proper Toucher* attached with the Clerk of the Court, within three month* of the lint publication of thle notice. Dated Belmont. Nevada, April 11. 1901. JOSEPHINE AMELIA PHELPS, Executrix of the Eetete of Timothy Ouy Pbelpe, Deceeeed. JoHa A. OHLAanm, Clerk of eeld Court. i'ETia Bukin, Attorney lor Eaecutrlx. aplO-tw NOTICE OF FORFEITURE. rQUBlDO MABUPPA. HIS IIEIH8 OK Aealgne : You ere hereby notified tbet the nnderelgned bee expended 1100 on tb* Poor Men mine, eltuetad In Mill Canyon, Cor tex Mining Dlatrlct, Eureka county, Hut*of Nevada, In doing the neceeaary aaeeeoment work In labor and ImprovemanU npon the above named mine, lor the year 1000, aa will appear hy certificate on file In the office of tbe Reeorder of eaid Dlatrlct and comity, being the amount required to hold the earn*, under the pro vial one of Section ISM, Revived Stat utes of tbe United SUte*. And If within 00 days after thle notice by publication, you fall or ref nee to oon tribute yonr proportion of euch expenditure aa co-owner, your interest la calil elalm will become the property of tb* ■nbecrlber under eaid Section 1314. MANUEL MACHADO. Mill Canyon,Cortex Mining Dlxtrlet, Eureka oonaty, Nevada, May 11,1001. jeS-IOd C- HAMILTON PEWTI8T. OFFICE AT THE W. E. GRIFFIN HOUSE ON SPRING 8TREET. KUHKKA, . . . KKVADA DR. H. HACAR, Physician and Surgeon. EUREKA, NEVADA. Offioe in the Masonic and Odd Fellows Building, Clark street. LOST, 8TRAYKD OR STOLEN from the vicinity of the “J D” Ranch and range in Pir.e Valley, u White Faced Sorrel horse, branded E on left thigh. Informa tion of the above animal will he suitably rewarded. MRS. M. WINZELL. Alpha, Eureka county, Nevada. Typewriting and Copying The undersigned is prepared to do Type writing, Copying, and aU work of a k* character in a satisfactory manner, and a reasonable rates. J. CLARENCE KIND. GEO. A. BAETLETT, Attorney at law. orricE 1b the Bmitb-Hlekani Building. Eureka. ALFRED CHARTZ. Attorney at law. lar»o» Xsvada