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f ublllhd m fltturoay b HBCORD PUBLISHING CO. rfiCf.l OPI'UHITI; ODD lEIXOWs' flllX, MA1X STREET. 1'KRMKt tubacflptlou. One Tear, by Mill tr, Subscription, six Moutha ,i r Vane furivartleil till paid frA TlIK H t(('n II It delivered In I'loche erd TJulllonvllls at 35 cents per will, payable to tba Carriers. All persons having business lib tli l offlc ire requested to addreas the IIkcoup Publishing O.iKrtsi. W have uo authorized Aonti. put, piiKrT axi n'Tins ar H'YOMI.N'U. .T.arsml Boomerang.) S.jine writer ha r.ailtl.it m poit km i.i i!ih globi in at tlu tiino no full of mighty jH)iljilitic3,' or so rich in prom nei iur the future, a) the broad stretch of rich territory lying west of the Missis sippi, aud this assertion comes as near the truth as a nnwspaper man dare get. Hut a fitvv years ao this portion of the I'niou was, very appropriately, termed a wiMernesj. Tlie coyote squatting in the shelter of the umbrageous sage tree sang his tuneful lay, and the cactus stood sailly in the inidxt of the wide expanse of country known as the Laramio plains, with no human being to love it and chcr uh it and sit down on it. The very thought of an orphan cactus being doomed to sit in eternal silence, with no kind won! or look for centuries, and with no picnic party and uo soft-eyed young man with ice cream pants on to come and - nestle lovingly down on its fuzzy bosom, ii sad enough to draw tears from the eyes of Bob Ingersoll himself at the usual Star Koutc price. Until lately, too, the Westerner who ventured across the Missouri lliver was looked upon as a curiosity, and the people watched him witli apprehension for fear he might be loaded. Within the last half score of years, however, the West, particularly this portion of it, has waltzed to the front and demanded recognition among the countries of the world, and got it, too. The only objection to fanning on the plains is that the land comes pretty high about 8,000 feet The assertion, however, that there is al ways a sea breeze blowing at that eleva tion, just moving the leaves of the trees and blowing the cellars out from nnder the houses occasionally, is false. True, sometimes a whisper of wind springs up on the starboard jib and blows about due west by galley-west for an nour or iv0f bnt nothing heavier than corner lots with bigmortgages on them have been blown sway that we ever heard of. Raising cattle in Wyoming's chief in ' dustry at this writing. With a good branding iron the humble ranchman can get np a pretty nice little herd in a few years. One who went into the cattle business np in the Sweetwater four or five years ago, with an I. C. mule and a healthy iron is now worth a million. He carried a charcoal furnace with him, and had the brand tied to a rope. He kept the iron hot, aud could throw it so as to leave his brand on every maverick be saw, if he could get within twenty yards of it lie just branded all the cattle bo could find every spring, and let nature take her course. "I tell you, pard," said old Jimmy Cannon, the guide, to the writer recently " the West has lost its romance. Only a little while aeo. it seems to me. where once there was nothing but the whoop of tlie Indian and the song of the six-shooter, now there are railroads and churches, and commercial men, and high schools, and three-card monte men, and lecturers, and daily newspapers, and. everv little while, a natural death. Why, within t.ne pasi two months, if the. Muted pers tell the truth, several men have died in Wyoming of disease. I tell yon it looks as though us old-timers would have to move away. " When we have to wait for lingering disease to snuff us out, it's time to light out for the frontier." "What are buttered eggs!" inquired a reporter. "Somewhat of a fancy ar ticle, I imagine, because but few are sold. There are old women iu this city who get from the authorities the right to keep hens; those they keep in the cock loft of tlie house, and keep lwys watch ing them until they lay an egg. No. sooner is it laid than it is dipped into melting butter, and the shell, which it yet warm and susceptible, absorbs the flavor of the butter and they are said to he vory fine. Thoy bring from CO to 80 ut a doren." New York Journal. Alaska girls wear buttonholes in their hps aud there is a great demand for but tons among the Alaska boys. Louisville Uurier-Journal. ' THE PIOCHE VOL. XXVII. PIOCHE, NEV.. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 27. WAHI.UTOVM HRFI'ntl DICTATOK4HIP. OP A As the mouths went on and the prw pecU of peace became more certain,, this social everyday life (at Xewburgh) aud these quiet occupations were Overshad owed by momentous events on which hung the destiny of tho country. toth officers and men were getting very rest less over tlie prospects before tliein, and indignant at the neglect of Congress to pay them their wages and provide for their wants, while their families were suffering at home. In the uncer tainty and dread which surrounded them the oOicers instinctively turned to Wash ington for safety. A paper embodying their views was drawn up, and Colonel Nicola an old officer held in high es teem and confidence by Washington was selected to present it. Riding tip the headquarters one morning, he asked to see Washington on important business. Conducted into his presence, he presented him with the paper. Thia document, after describing the perilous state of feeling in tho army aud the . dangerous aspect of affairs, and showing the neces sity of settling at once on a form of gov ernment, now cace was assured, show ing also that it must be a strong one, took up the several forms of government in the world, discussed the good and bad features of each, and summed up by de claring that a Republican Government was the most unstable and inseeure of all, and a constitutional Monarchy, with cer tain modifications, like that of England, the strongest and the safest; continued. " such being the fact, it is plain that the same abilities which have led us through difficulties unsnrmountable by human power to victory and glory, those quali ties that have merited and obtained the universal esteem and veneration of the army would be most likely to conduct and direct us in the smoother path of peace." In short, it declared that he alone could uphold the nation he had saved by his valor, and offered to make him Dictator, and concluded by saying that, "owing to,, the prejudices of the. people, it might not it first be prudent to assume the title of royalty, bnt if all other things were adjusted we believe strong arguments might be produced for admitting the title of King," When Washington bad read this paper the light died out of his eyes, and a look of inexpressible sadness stole over his coun tenance. He had borne and suffered so much for these seven long years to have it all end in this? The emotion that crowd his heart and shook bis strong soul may be gathered from the sudden burst of indignation with which this proposition to make him king was re ceived. "Sir." said he, "it is with a mixture of surprise and astonishment I have read the sentiments you have sub mitted to my perusal. Be assured, sir, no occurences in the course of the war have given me more painful sensations than your information of there being such ideas 'existing in the army as yon have expressed, and which I must view with abhorrence and reprehend with se. verity. I am much at loss to conceive what part of my conduct could have given encouragement to an address which to me seems big with the greatest mischief that can befall my country. If I am not deceived in the knowledge of myself, yon could not have found a person to whom your schemes are more disagreeable. Let me conjure you, then, as yon have regard for your country, for yourself, or poster ity, or respect for me, to banish these thoughts from your mind." Harper's for October. ' There was a novel trial of speed on the farm of James Lawton, near Carrolton, Mo., during the recent harvest. At six minutes ami ten seconds alter 4 tlie reaper stood at the corner of the erovr- inz wheat Men were stationed every few feet along the line of grain ready to seize an armful as it fell from the reaper, and to rush with it to the thrasher close by. The mill was jnst sixteen rods dis tant. At the drop of the hat the mules prang to their work, and in a minute and a half about a peck of thrashed wheat was in the Hack and on a horse that began a race for the milt A min ute and seventeen seconds later the Hour was delivered to Mrs. Lawton, and in three minutes and fifty-five seconds from the starting ot tlie reaper tlie tirst gnucue cake was eaten. In four minutes and thirty seconds from the starting of the reaper a pan of biscuits was passed out to the spectators., A orevontive of typhoid fever is to boil the drinking water, and a prevent ive of dvsnensia is to drink the boiling water, A matter of choice as well as of taste. Hurt ford Post. MISCELLANEOUS. HEART DISEASE ! ClflKD BT DR. RUSH'S REGULATOR FOB UEAHT TROIULKS. Wm. O. Ogoodby, the wall-known safe man. ufecturer of Buffalo, Philadelphia Pittsburg, 'wara, anu Atlanta, ui,, aaya: UrncE or Osuoodbt's ixrarivsn Ratm, IT 8. Broad Street, ATT.A1IT. Os.. October nih. ISfll. Dr. Rush's Mcdiuai. Associatiox: DSa a unrTona. Tba three bottles of ' Dr. Bueb'a Regulator" I ordered were recalled bv cipraaa laat week . I have taken nearly oua bot tle and am thorooi'hly aatUned with the result. For over two year. I have been troubled with sharp pain aim jr heart. My phjralcian. nponex. animation, pronounced It eulargemeut of the heart, and waannable to sire me anv relief. The trouble grew worse until I had become con vinced mat I could not be cured. While In New York City, laat week, I called upon one of the moat prominent phyaiclane there, who chanted ua S25 fur an examination and then recom mended your Regulator." Knowing yon to be a regular Medical Association, and mot a vatcst uedicixk acutsi , I ordered the three bottle. I have not been troubled aince 1 commenced taking tt, bnt ahtll continue and take the entire three bottles so as to obtain a permanent cure. zou nave my aiucere Manx. I am. gentlemen. Very reapectrully Wll.lt.OSUUUUUT Dr. Rush's "Regulator" haa never failed to give relief. It haa been need succeeafully for yeara in auMniug the moat at abborn cases of heart dilliculties. A positive cure for Enlargement, Palpitation, Fluttering ana fatty Degeneration of tlu heart. Price, 31.00 per bottle; six for $5.00. Bold br drug giats, or sent direct by Da. Rukh's Medical Assocmtio, Nunde, X- V., U. 11. A. Sheriff's Sale. TY VIBTPE OF AH EXECUTION I9SCED II out of the Sixth Judicial District Court. la and for tba County of Eureka. State of Ne vada, and to ma directed and delivered, for a ludsrment rendered in eaid Cotirton thetwen ty-lbird day ot March, A.i. lSKJ.in levoror u. Briaaeher and scainst O. Gibfrled. for tba aum of (S1.368 26-1001 Thirteen Hundred fifty-eight 23-100 douara, debt, together wltn ism do-iuu Fifty-els 60-100 dollars, tax eoata and all accru ing costa and internet. I hare levied on the following property, to wit: too unaiviaea 11 ooe-uau ot a certain mine known aa and called the Huhn A Bunt. or Nevada mine, aituata and being in Ely Min. Ins District, new to town of Floe be. in Lin. eoln county. But of Nevada. Alao the undi vided V, one-third of a certain mine known as and called the Leviathan, or oerrieon mine, eonaiating of (1.600) Fifteea Hundred feet, mora or leas, ailoata and being in Highland Mining District, Lincoln Count y.Hute of Ne vada. Notice la hereby given that on Hoadar, the Thirtieth day of April, D. 183.1. between the houra of 9 o'clock a. m, and t o'clock r. it., to wit: at 12 o'clock u of aaid day, I well aell all the right, title and in terest of aald C. Gibfrled In and to the above described property, at tlie frontdoor o'; the Court-honae at the town of Pioche, County of Lincoln, gute of Nevada, at public auction for cub in hand, to the highest and beat bidder, to aatlaf y aaid execution ana all coats, and all coats that may accrue. ei-ta o. f HHEKwuuu, Bberiu, Bakes k Wises. Atty'a for Plaintiff. Sheriff's Sale. BT VIRTUE OF AH EXECUTION ISSUED out of tha etb Judicial District Court, in and for tho County of Lincoln, Htateof Neva da, and to me directed and delivered, for a indgraent rendered in said Conrt, on tha nine teenth day of January, A. D. 1883, in favor of B. i. Phelan and against N.J. pevlne, for the aum of eighteen hundred twenty-two and 50-100 xcl.as dollara, debt, together witn aixty one and 60-100 dollara, tax costa, and all accruing coata and interest. I have levied on the following property, to wit : 2 bellowa, 2 anvils, 1 awedge block, 1 tire np setter. 1 tire bender, 1 drilling machine, 1 man drill, 3 viaee. 4 a ledges, 16 tongs mora or leaa, hammers. 31 punch hammers. 6 monkey wrencbea, 2 screw plates, diea and taps, If) thim bles with boxes, 20 boxes for hubs, 1 2 Iron axle. TS pounda bolts mora or leaa. 2 anatch blocka, 1 axle-tree aetter, 10 hooka, 40 pounda atrap iron more or leaa, 100 pounda ,', chain, 12 clips, 1 new wagon aboe, 20 pounda waahera more or leaa, l noree auoeing box. s rottgb wagon tongues, 360 feet hard wood plank more or leaa, 275 feet of Oregon pine more or leaa, 1 grind atone and frame, mi eposes more or leas, 100 felloes more or less, 3 doubletrees, 10 rough woodaxiee, srougn boulatera, 1 wagon nub, a aetta pack hooka, 4 trussels. 2 square, 3 bracea, 8 aawa, 2 match planea, 1 rabbit plane, 4 bench planes, 2 trrtng squares, 1 foot adz, 1 draw sniie, 1 aerncs frame, l coal ricx, i tool cueat, 1 band axe, IChits and cbiaela more or leas. whetstone, 1 axla-reat, 1 tire-fastener, 60 pounda sundry iron more or leaa, 1 1H lncb round bar: 360 pounda more or leaa, 1 2) inch iron axle wagon, 1 3H Inch wo d axle wagon, 2 coal racks. r aparaboea. 2 seta pack hooka. 3 lead boxea. 75 aacka coal, 160 bnshela coal more or leas, 6 corda brands, i wood truck, lcealfork, 1 acooo ahovel. 1 pick. 1 water tank. 7 horaea. 3 mulea, 3 aetedouble harnaaa, 1,100 pounda Iron more or teas, a pairs aouuietrees and chains. Noticels hereby given that on Thursday, tha First day ofFebanary A.D.1883,at 12 o'clock M.of that day, Twill aell all the right, title and Interest of said N. J. Devlne In snd to the above described prop, erty, at the town of Bristol, Lincoln County, Nevada, at pnoiic suction, lor caul) in hand, to the highest and best bidder, to satisfy ssld execution snd sll costs. O. P. snERWOOD, Sheriff. By 8. D. Smith, Deputy Sheriff. ;27-td Notice cf Pendency of Suit. JOSEPHINE BEAM, PLAINTIFF, VS. WAL TER BEAM, Defendant. The aald Defend ant will hereby take notice that suit haa been commenced by said Plaintiff against him, aaid Defendant, snd is now pending In the District Conrt of the Sixth Judicial Diatrict of the State of Nevada, in an4 for tha County of Lincoln, to obtain a decree of said Court dissolving the bonds of matrimony exulting between said Plaintiff and Defendant, and awarding tha cus tody of the minor child to aaid Plaintiff, and that If aaid Defendant does not appear and make dofenae on the First day of the August Term of aaid Court, A. D. 1883, aaid auit will lie heard and decided at that term, In accordance with tba statute of the State of Nevada lu such oaso made sndproviued. THOMPSON CAMPBELL, myll-Sm Attorney for Plaintiff. KLY RECORD. PATENT HOTIOES. Application for n Pateut No. TS1. nxrriD RTAtti Lasd Orrits, Eureka. Nevada. Febrnarv S. A. D. laKI. NOTlUk 18 11 K Ilk BY GIVEN THAT I). 1. Kail ) a and J. U. Lehmer. wboaa Doatofnce address la Cincinnati, Ohio, have thia day Hied their application for a patent for flfieen hun dred linear feot of the '-Indian Chief" Bilna or vein bearing gold and ailver, with aurface ground als hundred feet In width, situated In Pahranegal Lake Mining Diatrict, County of Lincoln aud fttate of Nevada, aud dee ignated by the held notea and official plat on file In this oilke ai Lot Number III), iu Township S.bo'.ilh Kadks. SO Eaat of Mount Diablo Meridian. The exterior boundaries ot aald Lot No.M balug el fol Iowa, to wit: beginning at a pnat marked Ho 1,11 Sur veyNoSa.whematbe j poat between Section! S2and2,TS, 8 H.W E,M D H, beara N deg IS min ETnufeet.and the mouth of Bnrlnger'e Tnunel beara N liiH deg W 190 feet. Tbenca running, let course, 8 6 ieg 4S min W 1600 feet, to poal marked No 1, II I Hurvey No3, old monument beara 8 12 feet from aaid poat No 2. Thence, ad eonrae, N e deg 16 min W 600 feet, to poat marked No 3. U H Survey No SO; old monument neare N 94 deg W 26 feet fromeaia poet No 9. Thence, 3d couree, N 6deg46mln E lWKi feet, to poat marked No 4.0 Bgdrvey No SV: old monument beara 8 64 deg 30 min W 24 feel rrom poatNoa. Thence, 4tb courae,BBi deg IS min E sou feat, to poat marked No 1, the place of beginning. Magnetic variation 16 deg a.aat. containing 20 C6-100 acres. The location of thia mine la recorded in the Uecorder'a office of Lincoln Connty .Bteta of Nevada, in Book of Mining Noticee, page 26S. ma claim la bounded by no known claims. Any and all peraona claiming adveraely any portion of aaid "Indian Chief" mine or sur face ground are required to file their adverae claim with the Register of thet"nitrd States Land office at Eureka, in the Btateof Nevada dnring the aixty daya period of publication nereoi.ortliey will be barred by virtueof the proviatona of Ibe Htatnte. F. H.UISCKLEY.Kegiatar. It la hereby ordered that the foregoing notice of application for patent be publianed for the period of ten conaecntive weeka in the Pioche KacoRD, a weekly newspaper, pnbltabed at riocne. A.incom connty. Nevada. ii,-iut r.u.itiALKi.ti.Kegnter. Application for a Patent No. 162 Csitzd 8TATca Lad Omcl, Eureka, Nevada, February Sth, A. D.1S83 XTO riCE 18 HEKEBY OIVEN THAT D. i W Fsllis. whose post office addreaals Cin einnati, Ohio, haa thia day tiled hie application fora patent for fifteen hundred linear feet of the Illinoia mine or vein bearing gold and ailver witn annate ground atx Hundred feet In wiotn, situated in Fafaranagat Lake Minins District. county of Lincoln, and State of Nevada, and designated by the Held notea and official plat on file in thia office as lot No. 40 and IS, in townahlp a. South Bange, 6S Eaat of Mount Die bio meridian. The exterior boundaries of aaid lot No. 40 and S3 being aa followa. to wit : Beginning at a poat marked No 1, D 8 Survey No 4u, whencetba South a poet of sec 32, T 3, 8 B. 69 E, bears 8 63 H deg X 343 feet; -thence. running, in couree. a 67 deg w loov feet to poit marked No 2, D 8 Survey No 40 and 33; thence, xa course, ji xs oeg w goo lees 10 poet marked No 3. TJ 8 Survey No 40 and 38 thence, 3d course, N 61 deg E 1600 feet to poit marked No 4. U 8 Surrey No 40 and 38: thence. 4th couree. 8 23 deg E 600 1 set to poat No 1, th a place oi neginnmg. containing w ee-iooacrea. Conraea expressed from the true meridian witi, a magnetic variation of 16 deg Eaat of Pshrana eat Lake mining diatrict. 'i ne location oun is mine is recorasom ioe Recorder's office of Llccoln connty, Nevada, Thia claim la bounded by no Known clalaae. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said "Illinoia" min or surface ground are required to filetbeir adverse claims with the Keg liter or tne united states una Office at Eureka, in tha State of Nevada, during the aixty daya period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the prorlelos of the statute. T. H. HINCKLEY, Register, It is hereby ordered tbst the foregoing notice of application for patent be pnbllahed for the period of ten coneecotlve weeka in the Pioche Hsoobp, a weesiy newspaper, pnoiisnea s pioche , i.incoin county, Aevsas. f 17-lOt. F. H. HINCKLEY, Beglster, Application for a Patent Ho. 713. U kited States Laxd Oiiki, Eureka. Nevada. March 13. 18S2. XT0TICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT JAMES Xl J. Smith and George Morton, whose poat office addreaa la Templute, Lincoln County, Na vana, baa this day filed hla application for I patent for fifteen hundred linear feet of tha lcal 'lender mine, or vein bearing silver, with aurface ground six hubdred feet in width, limited in Templute Miulng District, County of Lincoln snd State of Nevada, and designated by the field notea and official plat on file in thia office aa lot number 58, located on unaurveyed lana, 'ineexierior DounasriesoissiaiotNoft being aa followa. to wit : Beginning at a poat marked No 1 , TJ 8 survey Ho. 68, the asms being post No 1 of D 8 survey No oo snu oi, lots "A," whence UB mineral monument No 3, on Coyote Peek, bears 8 11 de 21 min W 4653feet. Thence running, 1st course N 87 deg W COOfeet. to post marked No 2. V g survey No 68; thence, 2d course, N ( deg K 1600 feet, to poat marked No 3, U B survey No 68; thence, 3d course, 8 87 d eg E 600 feet, to poat marked No4.i: 8 aurvey No 68, tha aame being poat No 2 of TJ 8 survey No 67, lot "A," Sterling lode, snd thence, 4th course, 8 A deg W 1600 leei.to post ao l, tne place of beginning, con taming -iu os-iuo acres . Magnetic variation 1 degreeaSO min eaat. The location of thia mine laracnrdedln th Recorder'softlceof Tempiute Mining Dletxiet lnbook"B," page 200, of the records of aald district. TMsclalm la bounded on the eaat ( the Sterling. Any andall pereonsclalmlnga Tersely any portion of aald Leal Tender Mine orauriace ground are required to Hie tneir aa verse claims with the Register of tha United states Land Umce at Eureka, In the State ot Ne vada, dnring the sixty sire period of publics tlon hereof, or they will be barred by virtue o tne proviaiona ox tne niatute V. H.HINCKLEY, ReglSta WISE people are always on tu looxont 10 cbsnces to Increase their esrnlngs, snd In time become wealthy: those who do not Im prove their opportunltlea remain in proverty. We offer a great chance to make monoy. We want many men, women, boys snd girls to work for us right In their own localltiea. Any one can do the work properly right from the atart. The bUHlness will pay more than ten times ordinary wsgea. Expensive outfit furnished free. No one who engsgos fails to make money rapidly. You can devote your whole time to the work, or only your spare moments. Full In formation and all that la needed sent free. Ad dress Siinson It Co., Portland, Maine. JOB WORK dona with Neatness at tho Record" Office. 1SS3. SO. 7 JOB PEIHT1H0. JOB PRINTING! THE) PIOCHE RECORD NEWSPAPER AND- TflU UTJ T WTT XT (1 JUiJ . ITxblaGl ill' U OFFIOD. MAIN STREET, Ploob.ee Nov Thesttenuvaof Msreaanra sad Mining Com. panics of Souther Nevada aad South, western Utah Is cslled t that act that JohPrlntlngof verydlserlption Is dons at th Bboobd Orrics It elegant style sad at th LOWEST PRICES. Business Cards, Weddlae! Carda, Lattor-Haade 8II1-Mad. Or Booolpi. Assay Blank Prosrasa HaadMII.) Fast or ic."', a KD ALL KIND or Finer AND PLAID A. JobPrlntlnisdon srst.elasastyls and at short notlcr CJIVR US A CALL Satisfaction araaraatood In all eas a RF.Cnttlt PUBLISH! I Mti COMPANV, LEGAL. CheritTi Bale. BT TIKTl't OF Alt EXECUTION IMI'tD osl of Iks Sixth Judicial District Court, la aas fbr tha Ooaatt of UsmoIb, State of Ne vada, sad to ma directed sad delivered fora iMraMai rsndand la said Oosm oaths Twen tlaih day f Jatinarr. A. D. 183. la raver of A. J. Blair and against the Bristol tllvn Mining Oomsajay, for th asm of Nineteen Hundred, thirteen and 48-100. (SI, SIS 48, dollars, debt, to- lawrwna a or-1 o onnara, Tax coata, ana sll sr. orslng aoeta aad latereet, t have levied oath following property, to-wttt i stassa Dollar with sitae nssaate.SH barrels Portland oaaaaat. 1 mi, halites m!m 1 mil nf battery serosa, I cans ot sodium, 24 amall black MM cruel bias, 1 pair oracltrls tonga. 8 bul lion molds, I assay muffles, 4 button molds, 1 Iroa aaortara and paotlee.era quicksilver kettles, 2 ausel aaolda, 6 aasay tongs, boss heads. V shoos, t wood wheelbarrow, 2 retorts, 11 lengths aas-plps, l sanokastaok shout 60 tret losg, I east-Iron retort front, 4 monkey wrencbea, a small sledges, I hand-ex, 3 V pipe wrenrbaa. 1 grindstone, 1 ada, 3 plasms, 1 spirit level, sn pounoa iroa waebera. a augers, lu planks 4xl laches, 16 feat Wxg, 1 . tufas, 1 Iroa wheelbar row. 1 anvil, 21 blacksmith toola with handle!. 3 potent screw Sletee. II pa Ira blarkasllth tonga, IS pieces of timbers 4xH laches, 3 pieces It Incbaa, t niecaa fx lackes, 12 sierra tift. I ploea tri.lt pieeea tils. 73 olecea2il0.11 Blaeeo ma, 3S Moras iS, 64 piece 1 1Mb plank . I SO sloree 4x4, IT Meres s.I piece fiS.ll aaeatll. IS Dtarau Xvtech wialik. SS Uua Bis and lsxlu kawn, 23 claoaa 2x6. 48 pieces 2x4. 160 foot, more or Isas, Mas polos; I piece of tint -ber 10x12 laetMO, 10 foot long; It pieces plsnk notice i hereby gives that on ma...,. .....4 .,.tM.ry. A. D. WM, at It o'clock at. of that day. I will aell all tha right, title aad interest ..f aaid Bris tol Silver Mining Company la eod totheabova I described property, at the Bristol Silver alin ing company's mill, in Lincoln connty, Nevsds, at pahlle auction, for reab fa hand, to the highest and beat bidder, to satisfy aald execu tion and all cost. jaOTtd O. P. SHERWOOD, Sheriff Trustee's Sale. TkTOTICE HIKEBT OIVIN, 1HAT PER. I suant to the authority vested In me In anj by a certain Deed of Trust, seruled by the nnatoi silver saining cosspsnv to me, bearing data Jnile lStli- ISM. mmA 1- 1 . 1-. ,'Bw,,'f 800,1 p.sges7i t?. default bavins Mooned fnthe payment iHiaaiBitma aas amassuai IMS. Irs?, on Ibe aoteoaaeored bvasid Truat Deed. In lie sun. of fifteea Taoajssarl Dollar. I will aell, at pub Uo sawtion, to tho highest bidder, at the Board. log House cf tba aald Company In Bristol, I In I coin Ccwty, Nevada, u the , ' atlsjBith a f optoaafcet-, lata. At 1 o'clock r. sr.. th oiooem mentioned and ascribed la aaid Trass Deed, or so much thereof a may be nsraaaary to psy ssld intar osts aad aotf fata, to wit: Tho certain Mine. Minins Olalma. Onaits Will and Machinery, Mlllslte, Corrals. Posrdlnc . aaaray seamy use, markstnlth Shop, all proaottle situated ta Bristol Mlnlce District, Lincoln County, State of Nevada, and I seen Had as follows): AU of that certain satnlns claim known a tha "Ohio- min. . All of that ccrtslB mining claim known as th "Nevsds" mine. Aa undivided cw-hslf of that certain minins cloisa known a th "Olpsy" aal. Aa undivided oao-balf of that certain mining claim kaowa aa th "Oowtar" mte. Aa tsaaividod on ball of that crrtala mlnlr g location, or orlvilm. known a tba "Rrblcl Tunnel." Th Bristol Silver Mining Company Mill ard Mllbrtte.eoDteinmf tto sere of lard , mora or . Is. That oertaln Ten-stamp Silver Quarts Mill thereon, with Mill Building, Or House, Ketort Hoaas, Esgio Bo . sppurtensnevs and ma. chlnery, including t psas, 3 aettlere, 1 70-hore power steam engine, 3 boiler. cK-sn-np pan, re tort, well and wall nitaree, 1 boarding bona building with furniture, 1 barn, 1 stssy otic wtth furose sad tools, 1 blacksmith shop with (ocm. 1 ouiMung use aa loosing sous for em ployes. All machinery, tools. Implements snd appurtenant now at th mine and mill afore said. And alas all th real estate and Interest , or other claim or rl amend . aa wall in law a in equity, which th ssld Bristol Silver Minins Company aow haa. or may hereafter acquire of, In sad to th said premise, with th sppnrten- Doted August 1st, 1883 sull St BXNBX T. WELLS, Trust. Sheriff's Sale. BT VIBTTJE OP AN ORDER OP 8ALEIBSTJED out of th Sixth Judicial Diatrict Court, la and for tha Osuaty of LtBootn, Btst of Nevada, and to mo directed snd delivered, for a Judg ment rendered In ssld Court on th tth dsy of August. A. D. 1S83, la favnr of Archie hlcQualg. Plaintiff, snd against th Mayflower Silver Mining Company and the Mayflower Min and Mining Claim, Defendants, for th sum of seven hundred snd sis 4-100 it" 06 4-1001. gold cola dollsrs.debt. toretberwlth ssventyit70)dollsre, tax costs, aad all accruing coals sad Interest, I have levied on th following property. to wit: That certain mine or mining claim known and called by th nam of th Mayflower Mire and Mining Claim, altnste, lying snd being In Bristol Minisg District, Lincoln Cotmiy, But of Nevada, and duly recorded in th Mir ing Records of mid Mining District, oontsinlrg eight hundred linear feet on mid ledge or lode, together with th appurtenances thereto belong Ing. and al tha rights and privileges pertslnli g thereto. Notice Is hereby given that on ' Batwrday, tha tltls dap of Ortabri. A. I. 1(83, at 12 o'clock M. of tbst day, I will sell all th right, title aud (merest of aaid May flower ailver Mining Company in and to th above described pro pasty, and lb, said May flower Mine snd Mining claim, at th front door of th Court-houa In Ploeb. Lincoln county, State of Nevada, at public taction, for cash in band, to tba highest and Wat bidder, to aatisfv said Judgment snd d re snd all costs, snd all cost that may accrue. s16-td. O. P. 8HEBWOOD. sheriff. 1TOTICE. XJ0TIOI IS BKBEBT GIVEN THAT. APPI.I .11 CATION for patents for Town Lots, ba ginnlng at a poet marked No. 1. IK corner of tho Town of Bristol 1 Thsaco t H mineral monument No. bearsB 13) dsgrsss aaaii feet; TJ s minml monninent No. 2 faa-tlng tt the northeast corner of Sixth and Main streets, la th Town of Bristol, bears N 10 H dea-rees W t,CW fost. , First course, S 70H dsdross W ,40 feet to post marked No. 1, comer Town of Bristol; thence, 2d couree, N 19 H degrees W lAaofaat to poat marked No. 3, NW comer Town of Bris tol; tawnc. 3d cure. X 701 degreea B 3,640 ft to pott marksd Not 4, ME corner Town of Brief ol; and thence, tth couree, 8 19 X dsarrees 2.640 feet to poat No. 1, the pise of beginning, containing on hundred and sixty acres, sad bv ing th Towrssite of Bristol, Uncoln Ooonty. Stat of Nevsds, must be made to th under signed oa or before th lltb day ot February, A. D. 1884, or be forever barred. Br Compiled Laws of the State of Nevada, p. 41s. vol. a. taction M6B,aot approved February 30th. law. Application mast be tied with A. J. Blair, Bristol, Nevada. ' 1 HsTlimn, sull-6t Trustee of Townsit of Bristol.