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PIOCHE WEEKLY RECORD, l-bjil.4 -tj Kitnrcy by KBCORD PUBLISHING CO. iVFlCZt OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWH' HALL. MAIM 8TBEF.T. TEBKrti Subscription, OnTr, bjr luy If all.! ! subscription, Bis Month $3 'N" forwarded till paid for.1 THE PKCOBD la delivered In Pioche ard Bulllonvilla at 38 cents per weak, payable to tba Carrier. All peraona having business with thla office are raquoated to address the Rkoobd Ptrauanraa vOMraMT. we nave no authorised Agenta. MINERAL BLOHKM1N. The important law in mining science "that relatively there is most ore or metal in a mineral vein where there is the least possible amount of water to in terfere with mining it economically," was published in the Mining Review some mouths 1130. This law is in opposition to the senses, as they say where there is the most ore there is necessarily the most water, which at the first thought as if a fact yet the reader must realize that this is a relative law, and to be able to fully comprehend and apply it to all kinds of mines, it is necessary to under stand the structure of the country where the mineral reins are found, the enclosing clay and rocks, altitudes, dips, springs, topography, direction and other phenom enon of veini . , . . ', ThU law is good from a mountain of iron ore to the smallest lead vein, from the smallest to the largest coal basin, and leads to the theory that each atom of metal whether iron, lead, copper, silver or gold, has a discriminative attraction, elective affinity or bias, and was endowed with this property from the beginning, and that these metals are ased succes sively to build the structure of worlds, which, like the oak tree, have their morn ing, noon and night; that planets are the result of chrystalline laws, and each atom in the structure of the world holds rela tively its proper position and would hold 00 other. - -. The senses say that volcanoes show that the earth in the center is in a state of fusion, yet we shall see how soon this can be proved a fallacy. We suppose the earth to be a gaode; which is a round, corrugated earthy ball, hollow in the center, formed gradually according to chrystalline laws, and developed from a ingle cell; that the earth is the same, and its crust or shell is 1,000 miles thick, which would leave 6,000 miles of its cen ter hollow, that volcanoes are due to electric forces which keep the electricity that is in space and in the strata of the earth in equilibrium, that this electric force circulates in the outer part of this shell, say for 200 miles, or one-fifth its thickness, the eruptions thrown out by volcanoes, when compared to the thick ness of this crust, would not be mere in bulk than a grain of mustard teed on the surface of a large orange, a mere speck compared to the thickness of the earth's crust. Hot springs are explained by the circulation of electric forces in the strata so are geysers. The senses said the sun goes arounil the earth, that volcanoes are safety-valves to let out the gasses collecting in the interior of the earth, that the ore in iron mountains has come up through cracks in the earth's crust, that lead, copper, silver and gold has done the same, that the valleys followed by rivers have been worn out by acci dental water courses, yet my three laws of mineral fields in stratified rocks show that ..water, courses are marked out by elevating and abrading forces working in concert, and are the result of mechanical laws. - i 1 t The observer of the twenty mounds of the Wisconsin lead fields, that rise 300 feet above the surface of the country, supposed the rocks to have been pushed up by volcanic agency yet they are found to be the result of the elevating and abrading forces working in concert, and to mark points where the two forces become quiescent, and to hold the economical position of water sheds for families of lead veins. Practically they hold the same position as the ridge of the roof to the different floors of a house, and stories to the floors of lead veins, each sheds off the , rain-water. The same can be said of the twenty mounds or knobs in the Missouri lead fields, which are porphyry in southeast Missouri, and limestone in' southwest Missouri,' yet each hold . the . economical position of drainage of families of veins. The strata forming the floors dividing the veins are impervious, so that the veins, whether coal, iron or lead, are protected from the water in one floor or compartment flowing into the other floors. la coal bailai tfaMt THE PIOCI. VOL. XXVI. conditions are established bv floors of im pervious shales between the veins, and by faults crossing the basins, and making the strata unconformable. The faults in places are filled with water-tight pipe clay which forms water-dams at the ends and sides of the compartments that hold the coal. Iu iron fields, the faults have sub-divided the limestone and granites in rocks, compartments to hold the. In lead fields the water-tight floors are impervious blankets of flint that extend horizonfcdly with the dip and basins. In the great St. Jo lead mine of Missouri five acres of limestone thirty feet high has been excavated, and under 80 W nf cap rock, and barely enough water fouud to wash the ore. At Mine La Motte, where some twenty lead veins have heen worked as blanket veins, very little water nas been found. It is the same through Central Mexico, Leadvillo and other camps and the law holds good that relatively there is the most oro with the least water, yet the miner will aav ua not the Comstock a wet mine ? Yes, but it was a large vein, and the water was partly let in by cutting through the im pervious selvages along the side of the vein, by this want of mining knowledge, letting the water in from the adjacent country rock. Every observer of the veins on Lake Superior, either iron or copper, can identify this law. Every miner in Mexico has realized it, every lead mine in Missouri tells it, and yet with this knowledge before the people, the mine vendor will go into the mining market and sell the extreme wet mines more readily than dry mines, the idea being that where there is the most ore there must necetsarily be the most water, when the amount of water circulating in the country, in its depth from the sur face, and from the top te the bottom of the vein is proportioned to the ore in the vein. The law being that relatively there is the most ore where there is the least possible amount of water to inter fere with mining it economically. Prof. J. Van CJeve Phillipps, in Chicago Min ing Review. Poisoned t Indiana We have seen a private letter to Bro. Seth Johnson, of Hillsdale, (Jarfield county, who is now in Salt Lake City, from a relative. It was written at Kanaband dated the 4th inst., and tells of a tragedy that occurred near the latter place a few days previous. An old man named Phelps, who has a place in Kanab, and anothr up one of the can yons has been putting crops in at the canyon farm, when some Indians called and put a quantity of strychnine in his food. Mr. Phelps ate the poisoned vict uals and soon died. A boy named Judd also partook of some, but finding it tasted bitter, only swallowed a very small por tion and nas recovered. Two young Indians are under arrest at Kanab on a charge of having committad the murder. This is the first instance' we have ever heard of in which an Indian resorted to poison for killing purposes. Deseret News. A number of literary men interested in the spelling reform are about to organize under the name of the language club. Among the members will probably be Asst. r)ir.rifr. Attarnrlv A .f Ran.,;. the Rev. Dr. Howard Crosby, Prof. Bar' nara, uavia uuaiey r ieia, ex-Judge w. H. Arnoux, H. H. Boyesen, the Rev. Dr. Wherlntl and either Mi Pmiu'm- said yesterday that the basis of the pro posed reform would be the system of phonetic spelling now used in the Home JourneL He was of the opinion that the reiorm must be introduced gradually, and that there might be some difficulty in Tie rail ait tnir nannlA n b ru 1 ntiilrtan - I 6 t - "l"-" uuiivw phy "filosophy," or physio "fisic." But he thinks such spelling would save inucu nine ana laoor. x. sun. AWoNDKBFPt Invention. The Cin cinnati News received intelligence from Lexington to the effect that Councilman Mose Kaufman has invented an electric front-door lock, without keyhole or key, which is a wonder. You can set it when you goto the lodge so that if a sober man touches it it will ring the fire-bell and knock him down, but when you come home at 2 a. m., well corned, it opens noiselessly to the touch, lights the ball lamp, pulls off your boots, winds your watch, helps you ' up-stairs, and paralyzes your wife's tongue till you get to sleep. Mose is a member of the lodge, and knew it would supply a long felt want.; ' . k ,.- "Oh, yes,' said Madame, after the usual domestio racket had got itself well under way; "oh, yes, you gentlemen want your wives to be angels!" ' ' Not at all," replied Mr. Dusenberry, wiping the dishwater from his head and face, "not at all; we don't want them to be an eels at all; we want them to be ladies." And then the row began all over again, and4 the cat crawled softly into the cellar to drop anchor until the storm should be over. Jersey City Journal. ' As an inducement to young men, it may be said that a good wife is never a tail. , , , liOLL PIOCHE. NEV.. SATURDAY. APRIL 21. 1883. MISCELLANEOUS. TUTTS IFI im Una SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER I8a of Armotits, Bowels cos tire, Pain in the Head, with a Hnil . aation in the back part. Fain under the Shoulder blade, fullness after eating, with a disinclination to ex ' Weariness, Siazineea, Fluttering at the heart, Dota before the eyes, Tel tow Skin, Headache generally over the right -ye. Restlessness, with fit. ful dreams, highly colored Urine, SULCI i CONSTIPATION. T.r.TJLs DILI'S nre earm-tally adapted to snrh cases, one iloae i eeta audi clmnue of tfeciiusc as to aatonla the auflerer. the body 10 Take on Flesh, thus tho v tern Is nourished, and bv their Tonio Action rn the Digestive Organa, Itea uiar Stools are produced. H I -a osuu. 1 . mHlwimv)lt.,l.T. TUTT'S HAIR DYE. OjuT Ham on WmsitEus ctmnre to a Quasar Buck by a slnglo application of tl.is Dv s. it Impart anatural color. Acts Instantaneous, ly. Scla by Pnnrrtsts, or sent by express on receiptor.. .81.00. - OFFICE, 35 1U(TRRAV .7T., K. T. Hatful Itettlru vlU U aulk t UkK o. MlUalW A. ADELMAN, WHOLESALE AND BKTAIL 33 tj rr o ec 33 n.. PROPRIETOR '- or ins PEOPLE'S MATSKET, MEADOW VALLBY ST., PIOCH B, MAI.V STKEET. ROYAL, CITY, MAIN STRKUr, BKIsrOL MI.MNO UIH rtlCI'. ; A' T Each of toe abote places will aiwaya us loana tue tutstasawimaatof BEEP, . PORK, .-. ...... ; MUTTON, ' and VEAL Particular attention paid to Family Trade. AllardMra far UU. .. ... ... . . . .. ------------ ", u to promptly and with dispatch. A. ADELMAN. D C. CLARE, STOISTIC STORS) WWKli MA.INT STUBKT "WHOLESALE RETAIL DEALER Groceries. Provisions; Powder, ' ; Fuse, and GENERAL MECHANDISE' OlB.tf ' W. E. GRIFFIN, BANKER and STOCKBROKER, t WELLS, FARGO & CO., PIOCHE, NEV., TBAN8A0T8 A GENERAL BANKING BUS INKSB. Deports raoelved on OpeuAo eonnt or Certlncates leaned therefor. Exchange drawn on all the prlnoipal cities a he Catted states, Ginada sad Europe. Will parohsee Sllrer and Grade Bullion o makosdTancesoniame and ship for owner' sooonnt. UtnirtM T? a 1 1 . n . 1 mnA all !( I til.. i.i - - .iu.n vi obvu bought and sold on OotnmlBRlon. Loans and Advances mad on Htooks; also Dividends Oolleoted and Aiseasmenis Paid. , t ooBBSiPOKDiirrn , , ,. TRLL4, FABOO fc CO., . 1 Ban Franolaoo, Oal. WKT.I.H, KARQO h CO., ; 85 Broadway, Haw Yors. . EI VEH, b ALLEN, , 1 King Willlarn tret,Lon3on, Eng., j Aitents Wells, Fargo h Oo. OFFICE In Walla, Fariro Oo'a Building Malntrit.PI'i.Nv1a. nVS-tt dC t(l dl,)1',,r T hoia. amplen worth $5 4J III ipiJfrte. Alireea Srtfsox ft Co., Par land slain. ICLY RE MIS0ELLAXE0U8. J. EISENJUNN & CO., el MAIS............: PlOCBK.... .(. ..BTBEET, ..MRVADA :" IMPORTERS "A-HTD DEAL,BR,3 IN OIXmT7V j9lH. 3BB, IRON, STEEL, .' , MILL and MINING ' : ; SUPPLIES, HOSE, V BELTING, PACKING, -IT' ' i-Y ,;',,. . . , - .NAVAL. STOBES, i OAS-PIPB and riTTNGS, U vniWOOD 4WAUON MATBRIAlh SASB, DOORS dt BLINDS, PAINTS b OILS, Agricultural Implements, STOVES, CROCKERY CLASS- WARE, and BOTJSB JVUH ' ISBINO GOODS, Mannfactnrera of Ooppw.Tln and 8ks-Iron War. Flam ha . BtasmaadaasFlttsrs. HE4DQUAETEB8 FOR COAL OIL OIAXI and Dupont Blasting Powder and Cali fornia Fnsa. WE KEEP F1E3T-CLA88 OOOD8 ONLY I We Sny for Cash and Sell for Oaan. OVK PRICK TO AT Lit PXOSsTXlElZl. LIMY STABLE, MEADOW VALLEY STREET. Pioehe" - Nevada' JOSEPH COOK. PROPRIETOR. , ' ' ' .! .-. .-' .... . CONSTANTLY ON HAKD A3ID TO LET OK BhortKotlce . tr Teams, Buggies and , Saddle Horses, AT LOW RATES.! . . DtStock Boarded by tbs day or week, and ear fully groomed. JyJJtf FOR SALE ' OB TO JONSES EANCH, Located on Little Cherry Creek. Ny county, Nevaila. Thla ranch contalna Forty screa of rich loamy soil, nnder fen, for farming pur poses. There are on the p remits a large and comfortable dwelUng-honae, corral, liable, etc. The ranges are good, where bunoh graaa grows in abnndanc, and the water snpply for all requirements Is excellent. For fall partiea- Ur enquire of D. A. FULK8, Piochs, Nevada. Notice to Lienholders. NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE nndersigned baa eomnvmced an action in the Dintr ct Court of the Sixth Judicial District of the State of Nevada, In and for the Count? of Lineoln, In which aation the nude-signed i plaintiff and the Utytlowar Silver Mining Company, the Mayflower mine or mining claim and H. T. Welled defendant!, and which action la brought to enforce a Hen In favor of plaintiff and againat said defendant npon the following described premise and property, ltntad In B-latol Mining Dlatrlot, Lincoln oinnty. Ne vada, to wit: That certain mine and mining claim known aa and called by the nam of the Mayflower Mine and Mixing Claim, aitnste, ly. Ingand being in the Bristol Mining District, Lincoln Oounty, 6tte of Nevada. Bald Han i for the sum of seven hundred and six 4.100 ($706 04) dollar, In gold coin of the United State, and I claimed nnder and by virtue of an Act of the Legislature of the State of Nevada, entitled "An Act to seenra Hens to mechanic and others, and to repeel all other Acts In rela tion thereto." approved March 3d, 187S. how, therefore, all persons having, holding or claim ing liens npon said premises nnder the provt. lona of said Act are hereby notified to be and appear before the said Court on the 17th dsy of r eoniary, x.v. iwa, tn Bam neing a dayoi In regular January Term, 1883, at 10 o'clock . m. of that day, and then and ther exhibit their aid Hens and the proof thereof. JaJ7td w. , ARCHIE MoQUAIG. NOTICE. ' i X -, i . i'" : ,i. A LL PERSONS WHO ARB INDEBTED TO is. the People's Market are hereby requested to settle their account at one, or their bills will be pbUMdiuth hands of sa attorney for collection. From this tlms on sll persons dealing with the People's Market will have to ssttl their bills on th first of every month. JtO-lm A. ADMLMAN, Propria tarf. CORD NO. G JOB PBIHTIWG. 'i JOB PRINTING! . ! i Si PIOCHE EEC0EL NEWSPAPER ABD- JOB PRINTING OFFIOZU MAIN STREET, ' ' ' -!-. .7 I 1 Pioolie, JCffe-v Theattaauva of starensm sad Mining Com. pan! f Baathara Nevada and South. wMUrnCtahIalladto thafacttlut ' sebPrlntUgf vsryilserlptien i t tbs Bbcobb 0t ics in alagui style sad at th LOWEST PRICES. Baslaasa Cards. Wddla Cards, LttrBada, lll-Bada Or R.,.1,,,, As,, Blaast - ' Proirraaeanae' Uaadbllla Pastars. un." AND ALL KIND OF FAN6T AND PLAIN lobPrintlngdons flrat-eUseatyUsnd VE JS A CALL BMIstaaUna'aaraaiwst la stlj;caat. BBOOBD PDBUSBIMV COMPANTJ : i ' I . 1 ! MI80ELLOE0U8. ; KOIKE TO SHIPPERS. . W.D.Stewart &Cov '' Terninm twAt I PaTnide Raircai, " HAIre0 ?0T OK UNS OF FBIIOH Ie,m, to between Eureka and Ploch. are now prepaid to Forward good with dispatch PIOCHE, BRISTOL, ... WARD, HAMILTON, I 1. AlDALl UTBEB PLACfK Via E.dc p. R. R., a..hZ.w111.?- ad promptly and l'u. ruwirr AlUie man DV aliv flth.r m.Ii '02etf t. t. BTETTART A Nl Application for a Patent No. 7l. '' ' TiirrxK Ftatxs Iawd Ornrc, Enrek.. X . v H vAKn a a w . .. NOTICE 18 HEBEBT OIVEN TBAT D.J. Faille and i. D. Lehmer. akM. ntis. addre aa la Cincinnati, Ohio, have this day Bled their annllr.tinn fn - . - - -- - - - ui'rru bub. dred linear feet of the -Indian Chief" uin or vun bearing gold and silver, with snrfae gronnd alx hundred feet in width, situated lu Pahrsnsgat Lake Mining Dtntrict. County of Lincoln aud Mate of Nevada, and designated by the Held notoand ofrlclal piai cu Die la this office) a; Lot Number a. in Townships, Sonth Range, ( East of MonU Diablo Meridian. Th eaterlor boundaries of said Lot No. bains aa Beginning at a poat marked Ko 1, r Bar. In' jn't'S08 the P ""f" Section Manda.T8.8H,B,llDM,bar N deg IS Biin V von mJt It. -. . " Tai.nel bear N 16M deg W 100 feet. Thine nonr.s ueg ft mm w ISTOfret. to poat marked No a, U 8 Survey No 9. old monnment Iw.ea te 11 fmt ..u . Thene, 3d course , N M deg It Bin W (SCO feet,' , - .i u onomy jioaV: olu nonnneit biars NMdrg3fct f rem said r"u- ucsrr, so course, si s des 4s mm 1IUI feet n -...I.. J 1 V, o .. " " 39! old monument beam 8 64 deg So min W is feet from tin.f Vn A ah. 16 '00 feet- P 'narked Ko I . th .... k'. k. 'imwuc variatlc a JS dis eM containing SO fl-H0 sen. The liwatln nf tutm t I. . . the Beeorder's office of Lincoln Coanty. State vt Thla claim I bo&odf d by an known claims. . Any and all peraona claiming adversely any portion of said "Indlsa Chief" rigs or mun lace grourd are required to Ble Ibelradversw elalin .ltti IhA v..,-.. n. ... i. . . . . ------ - VI tut i unru mate TZZilZ .1 T, oisfe ta fevscs. during the aiiiy days period of publicatio n' hereof, fte ih. will . 1 Mried by virtue of the urovlaioBia nf th h..im,. F. B. BINCELET.'Beglsttr. 1 It 1 hereby ordered that the fnrefolrg'notic of appUralion for patent be publbhrd forth period of ten consecutive wetks In tba Plocta EJS?"'!. wf,k,y ne'pair, published at Plorha, Lincoln county, Nivada fll-iot t. B . HINCEUT, Beg later. . Application for a Fater t ' -'" No. ia -. . .. , L'aiixr f Tins Lisa onus, . , NrFureka.Nivaca. Fetrnity 8ib. A. I )S8E OT1CB IB BIBIBT 6 IVAN TBAT D. 4 Falli, whose post efflee sddree ia Cin cinnati, Ohio, baa thla day filed hla applicant n !?MJ?,,e? ,0, 'hnednd liiwarfeea of the Illinois mil or vein tearing gold and silver with surface ground six hundred feet in uldth, situated la rabraasgat ) as. Mining District, county of Lincoln, and Stale of Never a, ard designated by tba Bald note and cffJclsl plat on file In thla office a lot No. 40 and 88,1a township 3, tenth Bange, e Fast of Mount CI, bio meridian. Iheeiteticr tcui dalles of said lot ho. 40 and 38 b. ing aa follova, to wit: Beginning at a poat started Ko I , V 8 limi No40, whencethe gonth J pest ofacckil T i 8 B, 69 E, bears 8 SSH deg f 34S feet! thence', running. 1st course, 8 67 deg W Itf feet to post marked No I, TJ BBuivev NosGsxd 18 therce, 2d course, X drg 0 feet to poet marked No 8, UB Survey No 40 aid 88; thence, 3d course, N 67 deg F. 19(0 feet io rot marked No 4, U 8 Survey Ko 48 srd 18: tbiate. 4thconree. 8 33 deg ECI0 fe t to tost Ko I, the piece 01 beginning. CoutainlnglO (ff 1(0 seres. Coursea expressed frcm thetiae Dieiidlanwlth a msgsetlc varialioa of 16 deg Cast of Pebrsns gat Like mining district. The leraticn of tbls mire is irtrcidiflln tha Beeorder's efflee of Llrrola conity. Kevsd . Tbiaclalm iabrnrded ly no kcowa cltlsa. Any and all per.ore rl.imlig adversely any portion of said Illinois" mine r tnifeea gronno are required to filrilliir adverse claioe with the Bigister of Ho Tilled f-lstee Iriwt Office at Eureka. In the Btate of Nevada, durlrg thealxtydsj relied cf poblirstiea h reef, or they will be baned by virtue of the provhtii as of the Statute. v v 'H-niKCKlIT.Braiefrr. It 1 hereby ordered that the forrgolrg collie of application for patent be rnbllsbid firth pfrli d of ten contecnliv week in tie Piciihe BsonsD, a weekly newepsper, pnbllslid at Piocbe, Lincoln county Ncvsda. flT.lOt. F. H. HINCKLEY, Register. Application for a Patent , N0.71S. f . j " Unns Statu LasD Orrici , ' lInrt. Nevada, Msrrh !8,lfw. NOTICE IB B1BEBT 6HM 1BA7 JAMfB 11 J.Fmitfa nd Oeorve Mortis. bre post tfnee address le Tenplute. Lincoln Coucly, vsoa, has this dsy filrd his appliratlrn frr a patent for fifteen hucdreit linear feet of the Legal Tender mine, or vein bearing ailver with surface ground six hubdred firtinuldth situated In Teniplnte Mining Eliliirl.Conin' of Lincoln and Bute of Kevsda, and deslgratid by the field notes and ofEciel plst on file in tbia office aa lot number liS, loratid rn unsmvryid Isnd. The exterior boucdsrli a of raid lot Ko f being as follows, to wit: Beginning at a postmarked Nol.TJ Bsniviy No. 58, the name beinn poet Ko 1 of V 8 snivi j No 86 and 87, lota "A." whence Tjr nimul monnmint No 8, en Covotc Pesk, tisr B 11 dec SI rein W 4608 feet. Thence rnnnlng, lit crursr N87 degw ecofeet, to test marked No t, TJ 8 nrvey Ko6i theme, Id conise, N 6drgK lrfO feet, to poet msrhed No8,UBnrvey No (8: thence. 3d course, 8 87 deg I Ct 0 feet, to post marked No 4. II 8 survey Ko (8. th seme bMrs post No a of TJ S survey Ko M,1o"A." Bterllrl lode, and t bines, 4th course, 8 edfsWUCo feet, to noat xm III. !.,.. Allr talnlngio 63-1C0 acre. Magnetic variation if) oegreeaso min east. The locatii a of this mine i recorded in th Recorder1. Iffle. nf Taninl. Ul.i r i . . . - . v. . 1 1. . 1 0AiVMM VJIIIiet '2i" PB,of th records of sslo. tie Merlin g. Any cd ill perwiiPcliliDirvftd. or surface gronnd ire required to Sir. their id MMAaalsklwie.aiaa.idk sk. tV..i.A. M .a States Land Office at ums, 1b tbsBUUof If. Van a. dnHnff triA 4vtr a.. tJt v. . m " , ntivtj vi iFiipiiaa tion hereof, or they will bo barred by virtu of th provisions of the 8tatnto. ,.. if. . .... . -.H.araaan,BT,sjtissr,.