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PIOCHE WEEKLY RECORD,
PablieheO ron Bturoy by
RECORD PUBLISHING CO.
THE
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W.D.StewartfcCo
RECORD
uF FiCfl: OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS'
HALL. MUM STREET.
rlnbicrlptlnn. One Year, by my Mail IS
VOl, XXVI.
PIOCIIE. NEW, SATURDAY. APIUL 28, 1SS3.
NO. 7
ffubj-Tiptluo, sii Mouitau... (.1
'oaaei for warded ttll paid for!
TBK HKfORD
Ii delivered in Pioche rd liiill'onvllle at iS
ceoU per week, p tyable to the Curriers.
All peraom bkvlnR business mith this office ire
requoated to address the Itroor.D Puhubhwo
0hpht. We htm no anthorlsed Agents.
PRO?04KD ANEVIinSNlS.
CUhuuh In the CnaetttutloA KU)firest
ra ny ntei iriiiti 11 re.
-The last Legislature suggested a num
ber of amendments to the Constitution.
A synopsis is here giveu: .
Section 2 of . Article IV. is amended,
changing the time of the convening of
the Legislature from the tint Monday in
January to the first Monday in February.
This is for the purpose of giving the State
officers an opportunity to prepare their
reports, . so they . will be in readiness to
sulunit to the Legislature when it con
venes, thereby preventing great waste of
time which is now occasioned by the
want of them during the first two or
three weeks of the session.
' Section 1 of Article 1 1. is amended so
as to require naturalized citizens to per
fect their citizenship six months prior to
ths time for voting. This is evidently
for the parpore of preventing' political
parties and candidates from defraying
the expense of naturalization papers for
such persons as do not care enough for
the privilego of exercising the elective
franchise to pay for them themselves
It also disfranchises all persons convicted
of the offense of selling ther votes.
Article XVI. is changed so as to render
it necessary for constitutional amend'
inents to be adopted ouly by one Legis
lature instead of two consecutive ones,
before submitting them to the voters for
ratification. It requires, however, the
vote of two-thirds of the members of
each House instead of a bare majority, as
under the present system. The Article
is further amended by fixing the mini'
mum "number of members of a Constitu
tional Convention at one-half the mem
bership of both branches of the Legisla
lature, instead of the aggregate number
as it now stands. '
Section 3 of Article XI. is amended so
as to permit the proper Board to invest
the funds accruing from the sale of State
lands for educational purposes in the
bonds of other States, instead of restrict'
ing them to United States and Xevaua
. State bonds, as at present.
These comprise the amendments
adopted at the last session. They will
have to be endorsed by the next LegisUv
ture before they can be submitted to the
people fr ratification. The Legislature
also submitted a call for a Constitutional
Convention which will be voted upon at
the next general election.
A VALUABLE 1.1V' lO SAVE.
;iiostoo Transcript 1
As some discussion has arisen ai to the
settlement of this country, the following
statement will be of interest: Virginia
was settled at Jamestown is 1G07, by
English: New York in 1G14, at New
York by Dutch; Massachusets at Ply
mouth, in 162!), by English; Now Hamp
Bhire, in 1623, at Little Harbor, English
Conneticut, in 1633, at Windsor, Eng.
lish; Maryland, in 1634, at St. Mary,
English; Rhode Island, in 1636, Provi
dence, English: Delcware, in 1638, Wil
mington, Swedes; North Carolina,
1650, Chowan River, English; New Jer
sey, in 1664, Elizabeth, English; South
Carolina, in 1070, Ashley River, Eng'
lish; Pennsylvania, in 1682, PhiladeL
phia, English; Georgia, in 1733, Savan
nah, English; Vermont, in 1724, Fort
Duinner, English; Kentucky, in 1775,
Brownesborough, English; Tennessee, in
1757, Fort Loudon, English; Ohio, 1788,
Marietta, English; Louisiana, in 1699,
Iberville, French; Indiana, in 1730, Via
cenueB, French; Mississippi, in 1716,
Natchez, French; Illinois, in 1720, Ko
kaskia, French; Alabama, in 1711, Mo
bile, French; Maine, in 1613, Saco, Eng
lish; Missouri, in 1764, St. Louis, French
Arkansas, in 1635, Arkansas Port,
French; Michigan, in 1670, Detroit,
French; Florida, in 1565, St. Augustine,
Spaniards; Texas, in 1692, S. A. Da
Bezan, Spaniards; Iowa, in 1833, Bur
linjton, English; Wisconsin, 1669, Green
Bar. French: California, in 1769, San
Diego, Spaniards; Minnesota.in 1846, St
Paul. Americans: - Oregon, m 1811
Astoria, Aouricacs. 7 ... ,"',,
HHOSUOVK FALLS.
fllaho World.
In the midst of one of Nature's dreari
est solitudes America's Sahara sur.
rounded by what seems an interminable
wilderness barren of all growth but sage;
walled in on all aides by precipitous and
insurmountable cliffs and walls of rock,
are the Shoshone Falls. There the Snake
river's mighty volume of water, emerg
ing from its placid stream above, sud
denly leaps a distance of 75 feet, pauses
an instant as if hesitating to take the
fearful bound, and then takes its final
ungo into the watery profound nearly
three hundred feet below! I have stood
for hours and watched without wearying,
upon the summit of the mighty walls of
basalt which towers so grandly about
this marvel of nature, and watched the
descending waters as they poured down,
dowu, down into the awful abyss that
yawns so far below; watched the clouds
of spray as they rose up and formed in
misty magnificence between tho sides of
the tremendous chasm, bleuding their
tender frost-work of silver aud glass with
the purple aud green aud gold of the
sun's light, until all the lines of the prism
ere seized and woven into fantastic
bands of beauty and bound around the
stormy brow of the majastio cataract;
atched the great river as it hurried
away from the fearful scene; beard the
deafening roar and crash of the madly
ushiug torrent, as it swept in terrific
grandeur by, and my soul has stood still,
awed into silent reverence by the incom
parable spectiule. Nowhere else in na
ture have these great falls a counterpart.
Nowhere else in nature is there such an
overwhelming manifestation of irresisti
ble power, coupled with such rude sav
agery, as hover around anosuone falls.
a vast sea of sage, and repulsive as
vast, bounded in all directions by a dull
monotony of plain, in the midst of a des
olation inconceivably desolate, tbey are a
gem of matchless beauty set.
CU-RCOkL As FUOD.
Whatever increases the power of laying
on fat or promoting the rapid and healthy
production of flesh must be food or equiv
alent thereto. This pure charcoal does
most effectually, as recently proved by
taking the live weights of two lots of
sheep, aud simply separating them by an
ordinary net, the artificial food, corn
and cake being carefully weighed out to
each lot alike daily, one pint of charcoal
being added to one lot only. When re
weighed, prior to selling to the butcher,
the increase in weight was in favor of
charcoal by 1GA per cent. Sanitation
causes easy and complete digestion, and
assimilation only can account for these
results, which charcoal alone can ac
comphsh. The charcoal should be given
mixed with the food, except in urgent
ca es, when it may be mixed in water or
thin gruel and given as a drench. Th
dose is one pint to every twenty-five
head of sheep or lambs. One-quarter
pint per head for full-grown cattle, and
two teaspoonful to one dessertspoonful
for young calvc3, daily, when suffering
from disaase or ill-condition. To keep in
good health and fortify against disease
the do.e should be given two or three
times per week, according to the class of
food they are having and the state of the
atmosphere. The best plan is - to wet
quantity of bran, pollard or malt comb
ings; mix the charcoal -among it, and
then amongst the food you give them
For rapid and healthy fatting of cattle
should be used daily amongst thoir fooi
Charcoal for internal and medicinal pur
pose must be pure vegetable charcoal,
free from all irritating and injurious fur
eign matter. The charcoal, when coming
into the user' possession, must be kept
perfectly dry and free from any ill-smell
ing surroundings such as vapors cf
stable, or artificial manures, etc., or
will absorb them and thus become sepic,
and of no medicinal value. It is better
kept in a closed bin, or tin cannister,
with a closelv fittinu cover. Farm and
Home.
A Pennsylvania man who was mean
enough to rob his needy family of food
to buy rum was lately hone-whipped by
the vigilantes. A Conneticut man for a
similar offence was spanked with a red
hot shovel in the hands of a squad of in
dignant women neighbors.
The sum of nearly twenty thousand
dollar was recently found hidden in the
hovel of an old blacksmith, deceased in a
Yorkshire (England) town, and as there
are no beirt tin money got ti the crown.
MISCELLANEOUS.
TUTTS'
SYMPTOMS OF A
TORPID LIVER
liosa of Armetita. Bswela tustiva.
Pain in th 3 Ileal, with a dull eori
aation in the back part, Vain under
tne tsaouiaer maae, tuiinecs ai.or,
eating, witli a disinclination to cx
ert'on of body or mind, IrritabUiy
of temper, Low spirits, with a. feol-
irr of bavins' neglected ecmedtuv, ,
Wen riness, Dizziness, Fluttering at
the heart, Dots before the eyes, Yei- '
low Skin, Headache generally over
the right ye, llontlessness, with fit
ful dreams, Aighly oolored Urine,
and
CONSTIPATION.
TITTT'S PILLS are M-erlaSIy
adapted to surli ciuex, pno i.oso r I- .
fects ftnrlk a ciinnae of fesliurx as to
astonl.lt the mln rr.
Tney lucroiieetheAnptite,nndrauu
the body lo'luhe on l-leali, thusi cm' f
tern U nourished, and tv ther Tr-iiio
Action nthe Uicegtlre Ortcana. I. ck-
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Orat Hath or Whtsktts chnro to ti Glossy
ELACKLyosnfloapplicattrntrt iiDvs. It
lrapnr'RannturaU'olnr. Artr.int7.nt im-o'.-
ly, H 'UX by I riiEr-lKtiOr scut by ci.uoa
rcce:-toi...fei.co
F2'IC:2, S3 lUCKItAT ST., It T
(Pr.TI TTT.HAM ll.cf Trliirl Sr'alWmir '.! anO
Cttjfol Ipli will bo i iisvli on avpiltmUuJ
A. adelman;
, WHOLESALE
AND RETAIL
buto sir jh :zn.
PROPRIETOR "
OF TUB . . '
PEOPLE'S MASKET,
MEADOW VAL.LKV ST., PIOCUI:
JlilJi SlKKEf, RUVACll'V,
MAIN STKKKt', Ultl.SlOL. M1N1MU
Ulsi'alVl'.'
T BJ.OH OF THE ABOVE PLACES WILL
XX. si way bsfuand the Destastortiuciitof
&EEF,
PORK,
MUTTON,
and VEAL
Particular attention riaid to Family Trade.
AU jrUera f or &taU, etc., attended Co proutptl
tua un aispaicn.
jaa-ll A. ADELMAN.
3TONE
3TOI1E:
LOWBt! MVIN STiiKKT
Wholesale :
. ?ASD3.'. '.
Groceries.
'.'ProvisionB'"'. '
GENERAL MKCHANDISE'
,i. oiR.tr
W..E.:CRIF.FIN,
BANKER and STOCKBROKER,
s n aicKT
WELLS, FARGO & CCit,
' PIOCHE, NEV.,
11BANSACT3 A GESEJAL BAtWIXG Bas"
ISkliS- Djp.iits reived oa Opoa Ao'
oountor Certilicates imuod therefor.
Excnange drawn on all thn principal citlss o
lo Ontted states, umn uua mrapo.
Will onrchase SilTiir aud Crude nalIiouir
make AdvauccH un auiu aud aulp fur jm'r'
accunut.
Minim!, Railroad and all iluia of Siae
boagbtaud ajld ou Cotumissiou.
Latns an! advances made on RtocScd: alio
Dividends OnSlected and JmiiBinlt I'jU
. .. ooaaisroaMtira.', , . . . ,
VFKIX. CAItUO .t CO.,
Ba FraitcUco, Qui.
WBLLS, lABOO V CO., I
OS Broadvty, New York.
BIVF.H, lc ALLEN, . '. , ,-
Bl King Wlllia-n vroni,t.aal5a Za-
Ajiata WeltH, Faro C).
OFFtOE In Wrtlla, ?irifO It
Main rnt. Plnh. J.
Co'a BoMding
AT . n ir daF ' Jiome. Samnlea worth $
5)3 13 IpiJ'r- VidMSi Sriai-jyj C., for
laud Maiu. ,
PILLS
MISCELLANEOUS.
. BISBNBISN 4 CO.,
mais .....v....tmtEEr. "'
i o c u tc. iiv,ntvw
IMPORTERS t -
-A-lsra DEALERS IN
IRON, STEEL, . 7 , , '
MILL and MINING ' ''
' y.'j SUPPLIES, HOSE,
v ' ' ' BELTING, '
PACKING,
NIVAL STOHKS, ' ',
ii AS-P1PE and FirTfe,
HUtOtVOOU JiWKUOS MATEHIAl
SAS11, DOORS Ji BUNDS, ,
PAINTS) dt'OlLS.
Agricultural Implements!
STOVES, CRUCKKRV UAS8-
WARE, and UOI'NB JVHK-
. IgHIM 6. ,OOD
i' atanafaotttrara ! r " - -
Copper, Tin asd Baoet-boii Wars.iUnmba
HEVBQDAUTSKH rUK twliUlklBi
and Dupout Blaating Povrdnr and Call-
foruia I'usb. - - - .
WE KEEP FIRST-CLASS GOODS ONLY I
We Ebj for Cash and Bell for dash.
OVB PB1CI1TO AI L11 ..
PIONEER c
livery ; M ;sTimi,
MEADOW VALLEY STBIET.j 1
Pioclle, Nevada"
JOSEPH COOK. , J
". ' PROPEIETOB. ' '. ; ' '
c
10.V3TANTI.Y OS HASD AND TO LET OS
tjhort .Notice,
reams,, Baggies and
i Saddle Dorses,
, AT LOW RATES.
Stock Boarded by the day or week, and care
fully qmet. ', Jrtltf
FOR SALE
Ol. TO-
J0HSES, EANGH,
I.imteJ on Little Cherry OreeV, Nye eeuoty,
Nnv'i'ta. This ranch contalua Fony to of
b loamy noil, uoder Iene, lor farming pur-
po-ea. piiere are on tun preiunea a lrgt atiu
cciuforlabin ilwjllioif.hou'e, eorrala, atabiea,
't lie raiiR3e are gnoii, wtiero ouioh gra-M
fiwiin abunuiuoe, an.l tre water ennply for
ail requirements isexcolieut. For fu'l partioii
larieuquiro.ot , ,:.., i.ii. A, fOLKe,.
i 4 i rtoene, sietaj.
Notice to Lienholders.
vr
in1eeaii?ned hi oomm-'nred an actL-n In
the DWtr ct C mrt of the aiith la Hclal Ulatrtet
of t lie tati of Si)V vda. In and for the Oonnti of
Lioenln, in which union the nnle signed in
nUintlff and the Miyflowcr Silver Mining
Ci'ooany, the Mayfnwer mine or mining claim
u1 II. T. Welle deftodante, and which action
l bfmcht to 'forii'i a Hen In favor of pliintlff
ami aeilnit a'd derenaantaupon ther liotrtng
described preinineii and property, aitna'ed lu
B'lB'.ol viintna uinrlct, uincoin e tiniy ne-
vnda. to wit: That cert tin mine anl mining
i lnlin known a and called by the name of the
Maynotj'i" viineant Ml ng Ulatm, sltuite, ly.
inga'd biiac in the Britol Mining Oistrlct,
l.lncln Cmntv. State of Sevad. Said Hen 1
for the sum of seven hundred and six 4-100
(3708 04) flilUrn, in sold coin of the United
Stated, and Is claimed under and by virtneof an
Actor toe Lioi'tst-iiure or cnemareoi rterana.
entitled "An ct to secure Hens to mechanics
and others. and to re peel all other Aetata rela
tion thereto." approvd March Sd,1875. riow,
therefore. all persona having holding orcialnv
ing liens noon aatd premises under the provia
ionnof Bald Act are hereby notified to be and
anpear before the anld Oonrt on tbe 17th day of
renruary.A. if lnj, in-annje oeingaoayoi tno
n inil r lanunrv rorm. 18C3. at 10 o'clock s. m.
of that diy, and then and there exhibit their
Bald llenaandtnonrooitnereor.
jaJTtd , ,. if ABCUIS McQTJAIO,
NOTICE.
i i
S LL PKKSOS? WHO AB ISDEBTKD TO
i . the Po-wle'a Market are here' y woeeteil
to eettle their aeoonnts at onoe. or their bills
will be placed in the bands of sa attorney for
collection.
Front this time on sll oersons dealing with
the People's Market will have to settle their
bins os titetirstor ererv memtn.
JeCla . A.-ADKa.JLlff, rrc WriaHvtk
JOB PEINTISQ.
JOB PRINT. NC!
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TheatUniius cf. alercnanta and Mlnlnn Coir.
panles of Sontbern Nevada and Soutl."
western Utah Is oalled to that set that"'
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, Job Printing of every tlscriptlon If
done st the Escobd Orrici in
elegant style and at the.
lU'P
LOWEST
PRICES.
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AKD AM. KIND OF 1'AirCY AjRJ) PJ.A1N
robPrintincdons nrst-claentvlo and
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nAvtNa pnT on a line of frfigh
Trii.tormi b tveeii tuieKaui Hu h'
(iiv now vn raid luFurwaid gooi nith dln.au t
PIOCHF, BRISTOL,
"VVAFiD, HAMILTON,
ANUAI.L OTHlill n.AChS.
Ail rood from Has FranciEcn anil IhnUral
bhould Lo ptd
Via E. & P. R. f?.,
And thrywill delivered V'niptlj an! ti
HwrU 'rime than b any ctliir route. .
u2ctf . . . ,i.jj aeuivauT jt co.--
Application for a Patent
' v. , 'u .. No. 761. .
rM rHiTiDfTAiislAXD Crrirr.,
Furrks. 'tvara. Jtliiwry 8, A. V. IfS.
XJCHIK1S FJl-JtFl'Y 01VEN 0 11 AT D.J.
11 Killlm nd 1 t li Un er, tot f ofti Otce
uddrisn it Clucliinall, CiLlii, fcavetlila diy likd
tuir ipi llinllou liri ptirnt iir flf tin l.un
ilrd liEinr tint of the )rdio Cliti f " n irr on
Villi baiiti! ri Id iini Hher, !th nirtace
ttinM via linrilrrd fret In tfltli, ilnmliil
lu Valnauapal Lake llliiii h Dial tit. (cuuly
i'l 1-ilipi'ln and Maie if Ni vmla. bi;d .'i ilpi nil "
l y tlip rtiM nuti a and nf! clu) plm i u tilt li IMa
mi i'o uk L. t him. I)i-r iu 'lnv r i-l iji :l, Hio.lh
Unt c. fl Kim of Mom t Ml lo Mviiulrn. The
autior Liiunilari-But t aid l ot o, :;U liinn or
folHiMw, fn wit:
Bi Rirplep at it pot markrd No 1, IT R Snr
Tijro.iH vlietict thp Kit lietwem Kn-lli lu
3'J aid S9. T 8. H , 69 P.. HI l M. bei r N It teg
IS ni'ti t 790 fret, md ih mrutl. nf fp' It; pi re
Tuinl lvaia N Itiia ig V. ' IW fr. 1 hi Ere
rui nil p, 1st n urFi , orv 4ft n in W iron int.
to p.n iniiiktd Ko J, U H Buivij tuiii, old
rnoiitiftf lit In ath r Vi fict fioni tad trtr'o2.
'ilioiie, 'd (uik', h M c It u in w If ti flit,
to )i it n tlkid Soil. II HhiTMy o:'; uln
n. 01,1111 ei t In n N St d s Id ' 't lr m mil
pt'M o 3. i nt-ix'f , - eniir.i. fi di p non
IMti U'frt. to tot a arkid No 4. V h Kuiv fn
'J'i: old noMlllilit lonlK R fl ( 3D n il. V 21
ftetlriiu pon So4.. Ititrrp. 4th cii!te.Pt
d g 16 nilL E 6Cu tint, lo pint n rrl nt o 1 ll.n
piace hi oigiiiniisr n' a, in in varlatlin IB en
raft contailill g ?l:ftt-lfPt.rTl8.
joe Kiiation oi tins nine is Terornid In
be hrn iikiVorltiFof 1 iiunln Ci ut ti . frtati 1
Nevai'a. lu Brt k of Mlulip r rtn i f p.(t 5t8.
llilKclefni ih Lotiiidid b nn kLOn elaiu s. -
Aiy aid all pern nt clin li v tdi inly r.n?
pinion of taiii jtdltn Old" Dlie cr lur-
if proui n i re nqtimd to-file llilr fdxirte
claim iib Ibe liinUtir cf tie t Liu d Hairs
l.i ud i tl ce at ktiiila.iu ti e binul rivica,
liming l lie ility de firnd of 1 ntilieaii,
hi r of , i r lliey will te I ir id ly Tirun tl the
proylsionaot tne Mamir - i
i.. . v-,i- a M.tUKlliIti,Be8ialr. ,
It ia rFTefry crdirril tl-it Ibe frterrirprotJc
of applicatii D for patent be J tit liiPid lor 11 e
pern a oi ii n cinncume net is is ire llicle
linoiD. s cil)j lii)tir, iiiLlitltd at
Hi il e.Llpioln coorly. Kivir'a ,
in im : ' - r. u. BJftifcity, Begisirr.-
vjplif aticn for n Pater t
'.,..-. .' - No. 768 i .
v . rnrr t Tiia 1 n Ciyiur.
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VOTirF l.i BlltlEV UllSll'iT li. 3.
jy ' liillle, V lite n 1.1 flre m iiliMlc Ctu
nurail, t.bio, kr ll.ia diy Slid lit a lloaili li
1nr a ) iilu t u r. Ciuin Li t en d I11..11 liu ii
I lie llliiioii- n.L e or t it 1 etr ri' fi Id ei 0 lihtr
v.ith euiftre in tun !X Lui An lut In Vluili.
invalid In Ii1iiiii Ml r Iliniit,
cmiLly of I lin In. n d Stole of iiin, nd
ditn.i.ti d '15 "lie (till U1I1 r ttd iflitul lat
01, file In lliia 1 fleece lit u 4d ndtc, in
t.'Wi flips, ftnib Fn fe.f9 lull ot Mount 1 1
blo niiiinlaii. 1 be ixtuii j liui daiueol laid
lot lo. 40 ti d S b. It H 1 a li l i vi, 10 it :
TjiRiM iiii at e 1 1 n n ml 1 d r.o 1 . 1 b H im
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tLeiee, yd ctntle, N 13 iig fl 0 (lit lo .
pi nt wail ed r.o S, USSmxry Ko4C aidP;
lliilire, (1 ctoite, i 07 dt ft 1. If t tl litltoCt
ii.iiiMu v 4, 1 K rni vi 3 t o 41 m d ;k: ILi lie,
4IL ci 111 1 1 . f- a .tli g 1 I'l u i.i'i ie 1 tit 1, il e
XHreoi lieiircii (r. Cintiii ri id iC 1(1 una.
Li'tiiftscxpiiiiiii fninil.1 lire n eii in vllh
a on pi tin uiiaiit I, il lb ill 1; loit tl 1 iLitaa
gut l.ale biiiiii.ii oikiiKt
lie ki slit 1 olthlp utj e is iircitlii' in llo
lliecTiiiT't tffte tf liriotn tevilj ll)a,
. 3 Lit. cluitn 11 ti m did 1 y to fcucvt 11 rh is a.-
. Aujitiiiu all (iritiB . itiiinj m.vi 111 ij 1 1 y
I urui u ol laid ' l.ln.i it. ' 11 1.0 tr ii.ilnc
II II M O I T I 1 1 111 ' 11 li 1 1 L il 'j'lil tililll lil.li t
v,lth the Id plftir t 1 e 1 1 In fi Hru In.
t Hire at Inn ia. in iLiHnn o, Imiit, ni:n
llie fcutf hi a jiiJi 1; 1 1' lllliiitiil Iviitj.ir
iLt v iil b tailed 1 ii ttt if il l j n-. :'i'm 1 1.
if llie Bictult. ' ' ' '
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. It If hereby rrnid il ai tLe it i pi ii y rtoJ 1
ol a pllratita for jiittjil te pljiilui nitle
piri'dcflcn cintmlive viikiii tit 1 n 1 1 e
HioeiD, a vtukly tieviptpfr, itibliel rl it
PimLe, Liuculn com ly Ktvada. .... . . ,
,fl7.10tj: i, V. H.HlSCKLEy.Etgistir.
Applicntioafcy a Fatcrt
- ' " ' v ' v 1 ' No. 713. ' ':"
-,7 , Umiyi) MAiiii 1 m ;iin.
Eunlic, hiMila, nl, ti
ajOTJCE IK 111 Hit! 01 F 'JAI JM JS
X J. Unilb and Gi orte Voiti 11, v Li it jin
1 free addiii-f if Ten plute III erlr t un 1 , J 1
vaca, 1 an tlile diy hlid 1 if upplifMii n f 1 r a
put. lit for lifti.u Luiilml lii.iir.Jiil ol li e
l.igol 'Jmdir n.ite, or vein betiiii g fiivi r,
with eutlact prom 6 six 11 6 ltd fin in tiii (1 ,
ultoMeii in Tinjirie Minirg 1 iililit, ( ir.i ij
ot Lincolu ai d Stttc ol tvidn rid dinci im,
Ly tbe-hclu uoter ana uilcii.1 piet ci f.li ii Hit.
oliice e lot iniu.li 1 r, lnmtnl en urmiwjid
land, 'i'hf exli-tiii bor,i;cuiii i cf m:d )i,l fci, f g
being sp folk vi e.i t Mil : 1
litgiin ii t t a 1 nil n ailio : 1, V S inniv
No fib, tv.e fti;;ie leinir pi n o 3 ol t miyiy
No fC and 67, loin "A," vliirire Ci nil oil
reennn nt No 3, on fi joli in 1 11 te 8 ) tt u
m in Tu ini..,...i nt., a. .... ..i. 1.
A. II, (U , 1 V, I , U'll'll 11,1 t-Ulil'l I1UIII,
N 87 dig 'l t) feet, 10 yd uian id Fo S, V S
llllviS Ko 6t: U11 in 1 So ronif 1. K 6 die F 1(10
tut, to pin 1111 1 lid St 8, L' P etiivej o(8j
thence 3d conne, S R7 dip F fiffitt, to pon
niaiJri d No 4 T fnrvcy l f 8. the eun'i b ii g
post t'o i of U 8 etirx y o 67, lot "A," fter)n K
lode, and lb-nre. 4lh loune. B fidegW 110
feel to popi No 1, ILe pirn of bepitirlrp. fen.
tait.irp'M'f 3-1(0 acres. MaRDtlic rariaiiti, lti
dtgrerrsn n in east.
Tbeloralii nof tliie nite lerecotilri' in tie
Beeori et '1 1 fill 1 1 1 Tcnviliti XI II ii g. Eliuii t,
iBbo'k"B." page Sil'.ol tie rtrcrcs if did
diatritt Tbii claim if hemic on tl rail 1 y
the f terlirg. Any and all rent 11 eleinll 1 ad.
verte'ytny p.rlien of aafu LipalTuc'il i ire
oreurfrrr gronrd are n quiien to file tbi ii id
verpeclain e lth ite liciitir of tbe tilled
States Lend Office at Lsreka, la the f late of Ne
vads. dnring tbe sixty eajs period of publics'
ticn kereof. or lliey will tefcaned by value of
tie provieicuaof ttie Rtf.'nio.
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