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, MOSES' TAYLOR'S WIDOW.
Her Ona Rxinilikulile Whlc.i of Kxtiiiva ganrei IJIatjnoeed by a CoYrwapondenU There i a wealthy New Vork widow who has i liurch and a chaplain of ber own, writo a Hew York corrt!ioiileut. SSlie in Jtii. Moses Taylor. Tiro ehuivh wan built by her at Long Brancjli at a cost of about ITO.IWO. It in Presbyterian, and there is a nominal board of trustees, but Mrs Taylor laid every dollar Of the cost und is the owner outright. It is an ornate edilice, ami one of its features in a memorial stained glass window inscribed to her dead huft haud. " Blessed are they that die in the IjOiiI," it says. The sinuur might add that they are considerably blest who live sess orof the enormous wealth accumulated by Motet Taylor. He was rather loose and luxurious in his earthly methods of uIokhcmI nets, but he professed Christianity a little whilo before lie died, and so tho witness of t he window it uot to bo impeached. 11 rs. Taylor's chaplain is Itov. J. H. Youiik, who eonaucts tho servicos in the uhuivh during the summer mouths, but it is at her com mand tbe year round, for she pays his sal ary of fXlOO out of her own jiocltet. This religious, benevolent and amiable lady does not put on airs over being the richest widow in America. The fact is, she and every body else were astonished by the amount of fortune left to hor. One of tho execu tors of tho will lias just been tolling mo about it. The document Hid not enumerate the testator's possessions, but merely lumped the personal property, " consisting of bouds, stocks and other tecurities." The general impression had been that Taylor was worth fifteen to twenty millions. Ho hail mado m great property by im porting foreign goods ' in his own uliips, but as to his investments he hud never been communicative. On an up pointed day the widow and the executors opened the doors of tho particularly solii! vault which the old man had built into his office. This structure was bank-liko in vul nerability, and the investigators expected to Hud the proofs of ownership to the ex tent of many millions in it. But they wore uot prepared for what they found. The in nermost compartment was large enough to hold certificates of stock and the like se curities without folding. Thoro was a liiirb stack of these papers, lying nearly a top of one anotnor, unwrinkled and uncrcased. They represented Taylor's investments in hundreds of railroads, banks, insurance companies and all manner of the soundest financial ventures. The amazed finders of this store of wealth handled them over in a half-dazed way for an hour or two. s Then they set about making an inventory. When they came to add tho totals it was seen that the market value of tho lot wus about thirty millions, and when .other property was added to this the aggregate reached forty millions, or more than double the current estimate. Taylor had disliked to figure as a superlatively rich man, and, therefore, without any of tho miser's instinct, had concealed tho facts from even his most in timate friends. As to tho widow and heiress, she denies herself nothing that hci fancy demands, but she is. us unostenta tious as her lato husband, and her indul gmieo in a church and chaplain of her own constitutes her ono remarkable whim of ex liavagance. ARISTOCRATIC BABIES. Mother-of-Pearl Cradles, Golileu Kattlo and Diamond Amulets, A rich baby's luyette, says the New York Sim, now costs fSUO or KiOO, and include soft silk warp flannels handsomely , em uiuiui-reu, uue-Kmuea snirts or snowy wool, beautiful hand-wrought dresses, not trilled and heavy with embroidery and lucu as formerly, but made of the finest French nainsook, tucked and hemmed by hand. wun rows of drawn work as fino us lace and pretty stitchings of briar work in tim noss, all wrought by hand, with real hie edges of narrow Valenciennes, and costing, plaiu and simple as they are, sometime f.iu. CiU und t ii. A wrapper, shawl unci nine aacque of flue silk flannel, embroidora: wiiii lurKci-me-iiois )n Tne delicate, blue of tne natural flowers, or cloak of heavy wluto silk, -wrought with-the 'same fine onar stitching in silk rows -oh rows. iimu curau cup 01 tne same material, cm- oroiacrcit all over with tiny silk "sprays, auu imy silicon bocks' of pretty tints, ai .uiiuuvu iu cue luycue, wnicli is as dainty us a mother's loving fancy can design. The oaoy basket is a muss of lace, frills and ribbons and thin muslin, lined with pretty satin or silesia, und costs all tho way from ' i ne oasinct, or cradle, is another prcuy wauoioof brass or willow, white en ameled, canopied with satin and lace, and with linen furnishings bem-stitched as finely as a muys 'kerchief, and covered with soft silk quilt of down. - : One noted baby born In New York not long ago had a cradle of mother-of-pearl in ihe shape of a sea shell, with legs and handle of solid gold, lined with amber satin and with a canopy of satin and rare old iacey railing from u gold framework and wi-ppuig no noor. The ' linen was linnet alitcbod and edged with real laco by the fair hands of tho happy mother. Five sots of diamond buttons, six gold rattles, a solid silver toilet set, solid told safetv nine mond amulets and rings enough to cover uvui! nnger anu toe were among his men mere s tne christomug and a robe which costs from flOO to 1,(KJ0, a mass of ncn lace and fine stitchiucr. somRtime. made of point lace, and, like a wedding met,;), worn ui me ccrcmouy und neve worn again. -,-. s-. The True Mhii Hidden ' Love sees tho virtues thut aro of the sou!, hatred only the diseases of tho skin. "All men have their faults, and stealing wus Bill's," said a weeping widow over the corpse of a desperado, shot in atiompteii burglary. And grotesque, ludicrous us the expression may seem, she was right. She knew that not In tho robber, the law breaker, the outcast, did the real man shine forth, but In those rarer moodsof kindliness and generosity when ho was the true friend and husband. Perhaps When two enemies, who bave refused to see any good in euch other on thlt earth, meet hereafter in another world, free from the muddy vesture j..-,- ...Kih ,.w.T thnie viainn here, the flrt thoua-ht of each will be! "Is this the btuvi(o4oui that J.nuiUgned and htedi" Ij SCHOOL MW, Art Co Caatpvl 'IiIIIim l Attend - - - - ttchosl. - Approved February 25, Wi, W. Kiev. 1. Kvery parent, gunrdiuii, or tlier person in the Stale of Nevada, laving control and charge of a child or children between the ages of eight and fourteen years, shall be required to send neb. ehiM'or children to a public school for a period of at least sixteen weeks in each school yenr, ut least eight weeks of hicli shall lie consecutive, unless sucb hi Id or children are excused from such attendance by the Hoard of School Trustees of the school district in which such parents or guardians reside, upon s being shown to their sntiaiactiait that the bortilv or mentiil condition of such hilil or children has been such as to prevent his, her, or their; nttendnnce at school, or application to study, (or the period required, or that such child or liildren are taught in n private school, or nt home, iu such branches as are us, nally taught in n primary school, or have lieiuly ncquiied tho ordinary branches f lcniuiiiL' taught in tlW public school; provided, in case a public school shall not be tauylit for the period of sixteen weeks, or any part thereof, during the ear, within two inilet, by the nearest raveled road, of tho residence of any person within tho nehool district, he or she shall not be 1 labia to ' the provisions of this Act. Sko. '. It shall be the duty of the oard of School Trustees, of euch school district in this State, ou or before the first Monday iu September in ench yenr, to furnish the principal of each public school taught in such district with a list of nil children, resident in the school district, lietweeu the ngec, of eight and fourteen 1 yenrs; said ' list !tobe taken from tho report of the School Census Marshal. At the beguiniiig of each school month theieafler it shall bo the duty of the principal of each school in such district to report to tho Board of School Trustees of such district, the names of nil children ntttmdiug school during the previous school month; when if it uluill nppenr, at the expiration of four school months, , to tile Board o: School Trustees, thnt nuy parent, guard inn, or other person ihnviug charge or control of any child or children, shall have failed to comply with the provim ions of this Act, tim board shall cause demand to he made upon such prirent, guardian, or other person, for the. amount of penalty licrcafter provided when, if unch parent;, guardian, or other person shall neglect or refuse to pay the same within five , days after , the. making of said demand, tho board sliall eomi lnenco proceedings in the nnine of the school district for the recovery of tho fine hereinafter provided, before any Justice of the Peace iu the towni ship in which said nehool dis trict is located; or, it there shall be no Justice of the Peace therein, then before the nearest. ,Justi of county. the Peace in the C .. ,. ., ku. d. Any piucut, guardian, or other person having control or charge of uny child or children, failing to comply with the provisions of this Act, shall be liable to i. s ' of not less than fifty, dol lars nor more than one hundred dollars for tlia first offense, nor less than one' hundred dollars nor more than two hun died dollars for the second and each sub sequent offense, beside tho costs of col lection Sr.cA. Whenever it shall appear.to the satisfaction of the Board of School Trus tees of any school district in this state, that the parents, guardians, or- other person having control or charge of any child or children in attendance upon the public school of siiid district, in accord ance with the provisions of this Act, are u liable to procure suitable books, sta- tionerv. etc., for such child or .children, it. shall be the duty of such board to pro cure, or cause to be procured, for such child or children, ail necessary books, jstutioimry, etc., tbe sunie to be paid for out of the fund of said school district, iu ' the same way thut . other claims against the school district are. now al lowed nnd paid; provided, that all books, stationery, etc., purchased under the provisions of this Act; shall be deemed to be the property of the school district, tj be under the caret ami .control of the Sichool Trustees when nH in notutu use. i. Sxc . All titles eufleuted under the provisions of ibis Act - shall b pni.d into the oouuty t reinsure .on.' nucoioit of the MtataiKiAuxil filial. JiitOi'e.;. H shall be ; th!' duty of the Crututy Huperiiiteuilait"l itiblic Schools iu euch coiiuty in this statio-tooansebis luw'to Ihi- .piiblusltecl in: souie iiewtqiaper in Iris comity, if any, there be, four con .seeutivro tilnes, annually, for a period o( two yiiai', the expense of such publica tion (i be , allowed and paid out of the :t;enni) school fund of theounty, . The Bmu'4 of School Trustoe in each school district .shall causoto bejiostetl annu ally; or a period of two yearn, in inree . i i 1 . . . I - :.. ...... j . - . . : ..j 'onuhC piaws in their distttK. uotipes 01 Uth eqiutninu: and peaaltieav of thin law. MISCELLANEOUS. NOTICE OF TAIL SALE. DF.UMQUJSHT LUI OK fUOfBftTlT FOB TJtJi YfiAft ISSS. WXCXIUf CXXJSTk' - . NKVAPA. . ,,. Nlir In hMlT utn to IhoM wtiont U unr eauceru. a4 to tu fultowiiig nwaed rinu4i sod tosll tiwncrs ol, orcUluiftttU U, thp t.Mii twutr ulilqtteviautii I hereon, oiimarova- uenw. wneu wmawu Mpratijr, ueMquw deacrilMtt. ktamtu ar unknown. Tbat tbe utes tax Hute-aaA-lauiiitv. uunxNW. fuv. 4U hu A. D. 18KS, sueawKl xcaioM, Ike following d Krltml -lilaoM o pfuU of propr re c w delluqiliit; tlitt U u per cut pevtUy and two deiun, n.m, earn Of aavenuiBK, n Dees adtfd ii) s cm, and thai any pieca ar parenl of property itpoii which Haid.tateit, peuajtj aud ouaUtauau nnumuanaia o .'. -it. . Monday, liiu 21st!. flay of January, AaD.:i880. ot M uiuca o( ,ecli parcel as. will p '' aiuuum UI WMS, UriUIHlM.J MIU ....". it, will b aold lr uuMOuvaty Trtamiw tut Kttillcio Tax Urcelverof ul Uouiity 01 J.lut coin. i 1 e'elwk M . ftf inW at tlir Iroiil door fit th court huua,.t l4ttp( f iucim, in aaiii cuuuty. to MtlMy such laxah dalln (iuaut. and coata SaiaVaaiai will b mailt uljct to .ndeiupttcHi wUcjiu i molti aft of th dator-al,' I7 -payment of all tba nim aaaaaaail aKaluM aai'bpaacot, loflhc-r WJtu-wrea per CHiit per uujitU thereou rrou the date pf alft-uutil paid, lii aucurdaau with' the pto iainua ot.Sectloa li otjUt aot oi lae LiaKlalatiura 6f the Mate of NeVada, appmvrd Mar,-U litU, lsa. ttlatiiteaotritisc, pM in Vlnf.liM. I,A,.ikIlier K. 1SHS. , ' ' " Af.BX.' VKtTOMi :n ! Cauntr Treaaarer sod e-OBiclu,Ti Uhuoiet - 01 cincein voumjj nevaaa. : ' "' 'moohe.' Ah fine Fee alaipl title to a lot am ( iu, pttramauct on Matu xt. lot II block J Hi fy.V uenaiir mi ceuui but 11 wimi at . MdKtot K FaaakuBia.tlUevto lot and tin rroveiuaata oa McCtuuau atnet, lot 1 block iy; lota ami improvement ou Waudell at real; lota ill llaad l'J bloukv Mi i lota no iouirove- menta on Cedar atreet, lota 31 and 8.1 block 2At 1 lot no iinprovcinenta ou Cedar atreet, lot SO block tii 1 lot and improvements on Davis street contdstiuK o( a well and known a Me, Evoj'a well; cleUo to aoine lots and imurov menia comnienclutf at tne.aouthweet coruer,o lot 4 is- block as aad running aouta to a point nai feat f ram Oedar atreat aad from whence on. a. line with Cedar atreet to Jamea Olaucty'a cellar, anal I rota, taeeoe t a paiiat 10(1 feat-back fnia Mala atreet sud (rcmi thence to place j( lieKitt-, nuiK, the same being known e the back atabtei aad corraa of u. u. joaaamn; iat: l :n, jmb. ally 1 1, auv a; tomi.ib 4b. , Mat. O Tavlor imh A. 8 'Thaninaeu-AFea atnt pla title to one lot on Maadow taller at , lot 10 block v; fee aimpie title to u iota ou ueoar at., lota M tM bloi k J4i lae elmpla-tlt It to oua-Jot 00 Cedar M. lotKT block -JC; lai 2 09 peueKy 6eUaJtuUl Unknown Ownara ycnwiiniiory claim to 3 lota on Main at. formerly claimed by Joseph I'hll llpa, lotaa H block.il; fee almplo till Jo e.)ati on Pauaoa Flat and iiaproveweuta cou-laviiif, of a powder magazine formerly owned by u Hi rum. fee aimpia una tea 0( oi;"a(oi: av. lyr nierjy owneil ly Q Spar a a, ca $t K peuaity m t aiiv j lot am - !'.:, . OOCSTlf, Bahrtot Syndicate Poaaeaaory claim to aorea of laud aboutua ulla noitb.of f be tawu Of triaioi wun improTeineun uiereuu couaiei. ins of a tea atams unana milt aaaaeioc roll era: one unloridiajua- luroace, oue., r'alrbauk aoales. one dwelHnaT timiae -reataurant and of. tloe.ou aaaaf otBoa ami blaekwttb aboi..oe stable aud leacliluc worka. . tai iu2 Sij . penalty $niMadv$Stotatinla.. - -V W Cleiuentaaud Qeorae Janei-Paaaeasorr claim to S acree of land fur a uilll alM for tbe allnnieoilM located. Marob :il. lSHHlnoloilbiuc a well known aa John Henaa wall about 3 (a mi lea anu th of the Hlrrer Kins; District mines on Ihe road from Brlatol to White rWar, lue eta penalty nta adv ti total t'j v ' N Olark ' Butler- Poaeceory claim to MOT acrea .of : land in Timber, mountain j about "0 to ilea west of Winters ranch; tax 193 40 poll tax 1.1 penalty tU M ad? Si total M 94 ' ' BB Crow foaaeaaory clauu to Ml acrea ot land and uoproaaaaiat ip Clover Valreyaajoltv ln Wm JulalpJier and Ljmau Woodabatwaan the two; tax 1D ti poll tax $H penalty f 1 H ady U total a leiKi . ' 1 .- - . ' Henry Calig a Saddler Poaaeaaory claim to the N)of NWltr the RW of the?JW!t and the WK of BWi and the HKm of nWM aUif Hoc It). T 9 N R 04 K, U V M contalninx 'J8U aerea of land au , applt alien . 834a; poaaeaanry claim to the JiW, of the MEU of Sec 16 T 9 H B ts) B, containtna to acres 01 aura on appn- cation Uil, pjiaanaaory claim to a WH of the HE and SWfiof tbe 8K)t of Seo T N B 4 , Mil at leontatnlnH- 120-acres of land on au pllcatto s4Kx (19 fO peoally ftSS'tain it total tan " - " Charie. Mahpna (Chunauiiti f oa ry claim to a nouee ,aua ioa iu siuiiooyiuff am IciulDa-aad nortteeaatof Toot OHlan'a-uooee; ptiaanaaory claim a a booaa . at the Brutal AHU knowu aa Weuve waeh houaa about 100 yarda aouthaaat 1 ot Brlitail ; lull! and ; . SKI. yard north of Kd HlnM former boarding liouieytax. at 81 -poll tax as penalty xmuut Yi total MOO J Eieenmaun Poaaeaory clatin to CO acrea of laud in PeuawylvatUa. Mining iflattie a bent 4 mllea from Pliiche, aiureyed, by RJB.Claftp ait day of July 1884 and deaorlbad ontluNcorda of hla aurvee. aald reaord itoknicaadav Ana A 18S4 on page 388 In Book "B" Mconnty raconta. of aiirveye, and aim the Pennaylvanla Qnartt- miii aiua be lanmui uimuHa.w 1 bt afawpe aud improvements, tax 147 ?0 penally $4 77 adv 3 total ta 47. . '! ' Fernieon Bros at Mannlu-Poaaeaor claim to 10 acrea of land and improvement at HikO formerly the property of W M Wllar. tat. $34 74 poll tax t6 peoajtj $1 b7 dv la total . Barry Bantaj fnaaaaanry claiie to.isoacre of land and lmprovementa at Ht Tbornaa ou tha. Mnddyrfver adjoining Jenoinf't audBonellrt fwhsletluc of. one undlvioVad hakT iataraat of son acrea knowq aa the property of Oeutry a By. bna; poaaaiiiary claim to 10aareaof land and naTurameota at Ht Tbornaa. on. tbe. atuudy riu. ulUlnU. Mm Jannlair'e laiwl m tlui eaat formerly claimed by alic 4eininii paa-il claim to a aurea ltna ana improve. meata at Mt T beaaaa oa the Maddy river north of Harry Uentry'a corral and bay yard for marly on Mr Jennlna' homeatead. tax $41 04 poll tax penalty U adv, U total H AO tl A HamUton Pomeaaory nana to u acre or land belli the HKhi or r. of pec 7 r -a n K M G, U II M with a board Iioum on r on ap plication So. ux f I CHI penalty 6 adv ti total S58B- ' L J Barrla Poeeeaaory claim to 1U4 acrea, of laud in the Muddy river valley adjoining tbe ktaopa Iudian Itcaervetloo on the weat betog tbeHWn of tbe NWa ot Sec Wand the NIC it of tne BWW of Sec 6T It HKMEi Mi con taining IU acre and 5 ro'a, lot 1 coutaiolug UH acre aud 9.) rods, lot 1 oontaluiug 28 acme and 50 roda, lot 1 aouttinlng 17 acres awl Ag roda.tex til U pull tax U urinlty 1$ 41 adv II Intel tJHtKt ' Jobu C Hlrku.au -VoKieaeory clajiu to ranch known aa Willow Springs about 3 mile north weat ir ni Swia Bob'a aud about IS mile weat 01 Jamea Barloglaa- ranch, lax 118 24 pen alty 1 W adv 11 talal $10 tti . A 0 HeueePoeee eorj claim to 1 lot provaotenta In Brletol kuuwu aa Kxpreaa ofBoe lot blue 3d: poaaaaaory alaia loi I lot aad lmprovamanta In Bristol known aa A J Blair' ritaldaim, 14 1 Ueek f:aaeataary tlatat,. 1 .MISCELLANEOUS. lot in Bilatol formerly known a poetoface, lot 11 block 2S; poeeeNwry claim to lota and improvrmenla on lower Main at. Brlatol, lota ll'J Jl '.'J '1 24 Mock :i; poH!ory claim 10 lota and imnroTemeuta on lower Main at. Hrlatol known aa Kate Abbnt'a lodlilnn house. tax :i 10 penalty : 51 aitv . total 40 fil. lira. Jane Unlse fmaeaeory ciatui roxmc aud lmproreoueuu in l'anaca, lutx 1S block , tax m penalty UOcta adv n total i 1 i -J ev lluntaiuan PoeaeaeoxT claim to about 26 acre 01 land and improvements at St Joe a part l Um land In Uouert Imuran murvey na the balani ailjoluing on the eoiithwMt, tax J'il !KJ poll tax IU penalty ilail total I0 !l Charles lpaon 1'OMaeiwory claim to lionet and lot in Panaaa oppoaitaof Oeo A Wadaworth reldene and eaat of Main street, tax 11 811 pen alty Itet adv 12 total 111 OS 1 Mr Ann jeuninge xvaeeaaorT iaiiu u, aerea land at Ht Thoiuaa T 17 S K CIS E, on ap plication 7.Ki0 with improvemeutetnereon tax t?.". SO nenallv il VI adv ii total Ti U.Jouea I'oaanaaory claim to inaaai 01 SW of dec 10 T 14 S K B5 E; poneeory clitim toXkof KWdifSecT14HK6.11I; poew. aory claim toSWV 01 H.ci.'. T ItSRCU East cnntalnia 2S0 term of laud with improyeio nt tliereou, tat IK1 'JO iienalty It li'i adv i total 110 Kaatou Kelsey for Salvia Nixon PoMeeiwory claim to i acres of land aud lniprovemencs on the weet aide of Mam at. Overton tormerly known as rlamnel Kelrey's home, tax 111 M ornaltv 11 U adv fi total 114 61 Ttionisa IHiau Poaaeasory claim to So aoroe of laud at St Thomaa adj oiulni? Hobert LOKan's laud on the aout&raet in T 10 n 1. ni x.; ux mho uenaltv !M'.cta adv ti total 15 9t , ueome Ijou roHaeeaory ciaim 10 1- acres 01 land in Clover Valley adjolniuK L 1. Wocda and J B Puleipnara land also B B Crows nu one aide . tax tl i.O penalty Ji.c.ti aitv S'2 total fit :Hi . Marcus IV Iwia Uoiidiin,' works on Mu flower niina, lirietol inlnlluc distriet, cue aiuble at Briatol luiuim dlet-riot, ;tax 110 20 penalty II 0-2 artr IS total 110 S3 .1 0 1 Leavlt roaaeaeory claim to 1 lota aud improvement iuttuukervillc adjoining Edward Bunker r-r on the South hall of the Block; poa- vlaun ..to lo acrea ot - laml about '214 milcH a little eolith of eaat of the town of Bunkervilbs tax 110 06 poll Ux :i penalty 1 IHI ad Id total m as Alfred W lavitl Poeiiaaaory claim to house aud lot in Buukarvill, poaaeamiry claim to 10 acres of laud one mile weet of tbe town of Bunkerville, tat OOcU poll tax 13 penalty silct adv IJ total Id 20 Mr Klauor ucoame Fee simple title to kii aarwiof laud in rabranattat valley being tne HWV of the SE aud SK of SW V of Sec M T IS at 00 K,posseaeor claim to 100 acres of lninl and lmprovementa in ranranagat Valley known a the Ash Hprlng ranch Demi; lot 10'J kc 01 Sac 1 T ti S K 00 G. the SEia of Mk ol see 1 CI 8 R CO K, and the NEV of SK of Hei; I T H It 410 E, tax fin HI pull tax VI penalty V. adv l'J total 129 U9 Nevada Stage and Transportation ''n I'oh- reeeory olaim to I acrea of iaud aucLjioprove ueut in Cave Valley known a th Jiillnldo Station; poaaeaaory- claim tnvlt ami stable on lower end of Main St., Briat.. an 1 kuowu a til stage . atablet poaeaary claim 'O loca tion of atage. atauou , and lmprvw m at Pony Sprlnga; poaaMisory claim 10 1 I aud lanprovaneut Uaed aa alage atatlan at l a ker'a Htation in cave auey : tax s t4. p uaity si eta da l, total 111 'si - Uverton MUl Co roseawiry claim to one grlatmill (au adobe buildinsl of onemav' atone one mlie a little weetof north from Over-, ton claimed by aharea of the Overtom Mill Co., i W Croaliy being Preident. on Martha Co x'a land, tax lis -penally tl Niad? n total 'J1 sir 8 Waller Phelpa luaesiiory tlaim to 10 arrea at Jam! mora, or le -about 28 mliea a little weat 01 aouin ot tl uorauo uauyon or arjove tne bead of Cottonwood ialand - ou the Coloradu I'.iver called theiKuwgenamith etone cabin anil containing a Cbineae pump and water wheel far leblob a patent in applied far, tax 13 00 pn- alty ;iucta adv 'J total tv in. X W" Peck Poaaeaaory claim to 2 loin an J Improvameutanlu the.towi oi Meeqnt,.ppeee- anrv riaim to 34 arree 01 lami near inu ceiiter f tow-n et Meaqutt, poaaewmry claim to about an acrea 01 laud in or near me town 01 mxmiuii formerly the property of Biraru Leavltt !( ceased, tax 17 'Ju penalty 72 eta adv. t'j lottl in . 'J ' Par Day Silver Mining Co .Posaeaanry claim to a lot aud iuiro vcuwuta at lloyal tlitajiim nrovemefite at Par Day Mine lloyal City, Lax lit Mtixusfty Medv 12 total tM 7 - J A farrieh Poaaeaeory claim to ISO acres of land end improvement" in Lake Valley adjoin. uig.DuBonM-raben.ou the Miuth.tayltti SO poll tax $3 penalty 14 90 adv 12 total iiO H ; .Vanaoaa aVrAgatlag Co Poaaeaaory claim to tliafanaca water and, Irrigating dltcti. about mlfeiflong And running to tbe town of Puu au,Ua.l JO.poiiJla 72oU adv total 10 84 -HPuliipher John kl Pimaetssry claim , to li. acre of und to Clover Valley adjoining L I. Wood on the eaat; also to 8 aocna 0 land in Glover Valley adjoining B B Crow'a land cor. ner.likei posseasry claim to 20 acreaof land in Clover Valley adjoining L I, Wood land ou tbBBeet, anal waat or lying between; poaaeaory claim to a house and lot in Clover valley ad. Joining Oast on Mra.Jane Uiyicmi-' lot; lax Udi penalty II 81 adTllr total 2l 92. E L Robertaon- Poaataaory olaim to una half Undivided tntereet of 160 acree land and water right otr tbe aant lid ot . the mountain in Pat terson diatrlct formerly calhid Spriogvllle and improvemeutei poasessory claim to lot ot lum ber, timber and. inaehiuery on tie) ground of tbore land about 200 yards northeaat of b. ilol Lcooka Jacniug plant and about 200 yania aouth of weat of the spring and formerly known, a th Chandler A Ciimmlu'e teu stamp , uai tx mill in Silver Park, tax '28 40, poll tax. to pen alty fl 94 adv ti total IM 34 Sawyer A Nenbltt Th S )4 of NW V and NE H of SW f and NW S ot SK of Meu 27 TpnlSB oSdegeaat MDSM and tmprove tueal tbemon, conaiatlag of alS-atamp unarix mill. Paid bytieo Neal.itt Nov 17, iSSS, on y, , undivided . intarnat on realty of - above Saaiyer. A Neebltt property, 126 i, to balanco tan (0-tv, peaalty j 04 , adv 2; tout 67 44 . ' Jatu tUCWUT'-Poaaeeaory claim to n acres of landinclndlnganrlnga known, as Rutherfonls Spring 40 mllea- north of Side Hill atatlon on Brlatol and Tavlox ataaie road or Anal anrliut notth of 8ld a ill spring on the weateru side of bMDeBUia faolng CJav Valley, tax $26 20 PfDlty 1212 adv Hi total 129 72 R KSeott foaaeaaory claim th SW of the DWw-of SeWIN-R E, 40 .aorea; poaana aoryulalm to the S EH of the 8W4 of Sec 28 T 9 M rlOE, 40 aoresi poaaemery olaim to the 8Wiofth8Eitof 8ec2TS Ball S,40ao. rea.on application No. 27C3, tax 16 40 penally 64 eta ado 12 total 17 94- I Id wardS Syphaa-r-poeaeaaoT-y olaim to 180 aore of land at St Thomaa on the Muddy river Bdjatntning JranJa' and BoBolll'a ranohe peing one nan nndividad interest ot 300 acres kuuwai aa tbe-prepetey-of Oentryk Syphua, bmataat ry alaint f sore of land at SI Thom aa a pert of lian Bonilll'a land, on the aouth aa, 01 aucn : aana. a , ureal rvnniag eaat and weat on the north aid and . a street; running Boribaad aouth on tba eaat aid and tbe town dlth running ou the, waat aid and improve nnt,taxll8 14 poll tax IS penalty $2 adv 12 tota) 12126 -' - ' Albert K Tltu Poaeeaaory claim to the EX of Bee HT 21 ft T ME, containing 020 acre of laml oa ai pllcaiion No. 9176, tax 114 40 penalty si t aov J total 17 04 t'nkoown Owner 1'ossesaory claim to a lot in corner of Main and ltuell ate. at Bristol known aa Mrs KugeceBlair'a residence; poswa. on claim to s lot ou Main st. Bristol, adjoin- In B A Birpv'a Pioneer Hotel on tbe eaat aud formerly known aa III Kee' a tor; poaaeaaory claim to a house and lot below and uear the Brlatol Syndicate' mill and formerly known aa UI King property 1 poaaeaaory claim to a lot ou Main st. Brlto)f auJoiuUig B A Biepe'a Pio neer Hotel on tbe weat and known aa Jobu Qulun'e aelouu; potaattury claim to cabin and lot wait of th Brlatol eyudlcate'a dwelling kouae and ofllee atMrat 100 yard and formerly th properly of H W Newton, tax l'J 88 penally 290U adv 12 total i 16 Wells Farg Oo Poaaeaaopy clalin to 480 acres of land and impfuveueute at Wilson Creek; poaaaaaury claim to 02 acre of (and and luspnrMBMilaat Kila Mill and ranch; po orv elalni to 82. airaa ol land ami imnrove. maal at 01vr Vallty ; tWHH. 9bUa. t fjo MISCELLANEOUS. tc af laud and iniprovpmciits nt IHcMand, j . x 5(i HI penalty s 07 aud is total M 1 Jasandtitw Scbitt Jobu el-r-C'battel acrea tax niorixuge.rcptt'iulwr 4. Ir'ss. from W'm. Culvfr. well to -las and tieo NeaUitt K JOini i . "' tewt in ranch, Lincoln Co., icv., nito uay, ou!s. Iiarlfy. wale nor-ea, wagona, "m. c. ., Iu PiiK'hc, tax ( peualty 4 ''' "i1 S41 I'.O Applicationf or v Patent So. 874 "" 1 . I Chitkd Man Lanp Opkicx, Eureka, Nevada, Ueceiuber 24, I8b7. J N'U'i'ICli IS UEllKBk' (11VKN THAT THE ttouthwcati-rn Hilling Couipauy, llirouxli tholr attorney iu fact, V. S. Mills, whoac post B(l,li,wa ia hi Dorado Canyon, l.iiK-nln oouulv, Jr.vad, Uae this day-Mud hie applica tion lor a patent lor nine hundred nnd tvuiy iinnar fi't of the Ktcluan mine or vein, bearing aalt. with auiiact' wrouud Hix liimtifoil iot't in width, aituated iu St. Thomas Mining twtrM Cli.inilv of Lincoln and ."tale of Nevada, nnd do aiioiatdbv tlie flfld notoa and oliicliil plat oti hie iu this ollice aa lot No. SB. in towiifllip 19 aolltli rmiKc 66 eaat of Mount Dliiblo liTitiiait, said lot So. M being an follows: ' Jleiduiiiuii' at a po-d. uiftri:i'd No. 1, U.S. sur vey bo. 3s, from which 1I111 M section curnc-r to at-i!tloua 4 ami i. ooara poriu auti iiciirei-a i nf.. 2ISII feat: thence rntlllllln! lilat course; norlllli4 ilf' went. 92U fet-t to poat marked Ko. '2, IU, Hiirvny No. 3s; thence accond cotnse; uurlh 8 .'4 deg eaat, 1J4 2-10 feet to lutt-raect the.! acccion line of fectiou a, west iosii 1-111 icet troni tnu Koclloii oruur to fectiona 4 and fi, township 10 south, ralitie 1' fl.st. ClHI tut to post juarid No. S, I". S. Blll'VrJ No. SK; thi-mv third coura aoulll. Sf'H dt it i-aat, 920 f,'et to pom unrl;rd No. 4, U. S . survey No. HH; th'iioo fourth c-ourse southjO deg weat, ;iiis 0-10 reet.tu intersect the la at-ctioil line to aoi-tions 4 anil 5, word LI0 2-10 feet from tbe M section- comer to afcctloua 4 aud 6, townahip 10, south rangu CM cuat,- liou t'oet to post No. i. the place of beinlitlii. AI'ij;. uetic va-riatiou 10 tii'tfreeii east, containing 12 lit-lou ac-n-ri. The location of thiamine ts rerorded in the Itecorder'e uhice of St. Thomas Mining District in book A, page. Ou of Mintnic Record. The ail. joining claimants are unknown. Any and all peraona claiming adversely any portion of the said Rccluae uilue or euriiied ground are required to tile their adverse claiuia with the Register of ihu United Status Lund Office at Eureka, in the Mate of Nevada, during the aixty days period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of Die provisioita of the. Statutes. D. II, HALL, Uegiater. IU a hereby ordered that the foregoing notice' of appiicatiou for pateut be published for the period ot teu consecutive weeks in the 1-iocbe Uxuoud, a weekly uewKpaper published at Pioche, Lincoln County, Neva, In. .. janl-lOt- D. U. HALL, BeglHtor. Application for a Pntant ' ' tTnitt'd HlfifcK Lnml OQirf, Kiirtika, Nevada, Itrnihnc, J4 Imm7 1 roTKJK 1H HKHKliy tilVEN, THAT TUK i HouthweKtcm Alining Coiupuny, tliruuli their attorney in Ut'U W, S, Mill, whumt po.t utWcu adilr;Mi in Kl Imrado ('unyoti, Lim-olu cuuuty, Nevatia, lian Uti day hisnvplica tiuu fur a patent fur hilt-un Jmuilrcd linear. imt tif tU 'Houth DiviHinii Moriuou" mititi or vin, btariii null, 'with riiin'at-i' gronml nit huiitml 1 uot iu wldlh, Hititattl iu St, Tlinmaw Mining District, county of Miicolu ami SUttt of Nt'Vudu and iit.HitiDU'd ly th llt-Id notn ami iUciu) plat ou lite iu lhUi!iic ajnlut nurnhnrli?, iu township 17 HuntH. riuta t-H vnht of Mount Diablo Meridian, mild hit No. 7 bniiiK a fol- htu'innina ut a pout mui'td No. 1 , h. H. anr- vcy Nu, ;i7f from which th M iMMitiou tiorm-r to K :ioiiH 'M and iifi4 towuHhip 17 huuth, raitf t)A i-UhL, ijcarw aouth 74 h itR fuHt, Htt. fffl; tlnjiicu rutiiiin iirdt coiii'mw ijorth; do vvnt, ttuo tt ft to poHi nmrfeect No. 2,' V; S. Hurvt-y No. ii7; thr-nt'u hik'uuu uouiria north 0 dtrmtB wont, irootvft to a post marktd No, U, b . 8. mim) No. ;';7: thuiu'-e third couth; soutii t.; ie(vwn a I, litHl loet to post luarkMd No. 4, V.H Hurv-y No. ;j7; llmtcn ioitrih t:mtrt' Houtlt; ft deg east, i:AMi I't-i't to pONt No. 1, the plain ul hiinjioft. Magnet iu varmtiou i dcy t nti , coiilaiiiiii; I'hft loratioa of thla mine is r.eordon hi' tun HHcordr'a olUoe of Ht. TiiomaH Mining jUiHtcloc hi noon a. vnae m ni Mining id'coi-dH. tuu h.i. JoiiiiuK ohjiniunU are uukiiowiu - n Any una ail. iioraouH ciainium aoverariy any purtioivof Kali I South Dlvinton Mormon initio or uriact L-roimdaiuriMiuiriMi to mtvM'atrhiivsfrie laliud with tho BcKiBU tint of Cniifd Matt a lAiKt Ofllce at hurtkft. in tho htaU or Nt-vtuta during tho aixty daya pt-rio'l of publlcatitni nereoi, orciifywiu n narrod oy vinno oi tii prtiVajioui oi tin bUtiilo, v t, II. ilAKtd, ItHKlSU!'. U 1m hrdty ordcrt-d that tho Wm-tfoitiK notit of applit ation lr piibliHhfd lor thn period of mxiy days, (ten conwenuvo wii'K, m uih Plocij Hicnonu, a weekly npWHpnp.' puhliHhtd at ihieUti, Liin'oln Uuuuly, Nevada. t r t i.ii- ' ' ii ii (f f r i,...ir. . jnilj nib k t lii n-ii'ii. iitt;ini'j Apjillcsat loa for it. 'Patittit ' OMixr.n Btati.i. I.asp Oi-kii k, Kiir4.HaHNiiila. lxiii-nitii-r vi. 1 17 cirloK lrl 1IF.UKHV IIJVKN TIl.iT TUK MoiuliweiduniMinliii'Oiiuipaiiy. itiriiukli tlit-ir aulhuriziiU aKaul i , &. MUIh, 'wlniau poHtoQlci Hddrt-KH m Kl Uumdu l!aiiyoiiH Ju. a.tlci tfJiiuly. frnvAda, naci tnia iiiy m.d iim up. ilit'Hltiiii lur a piiiont for llftccn iiurtlriHl liiiar in-t oi Die Coloritdo miiia or vein, licur. inri halt, with anrlacu ruimd nix liututrod ii.t In i, llli, mtuaieu in ht. Tnotnao Mjuinit Irli-.i, Ouiuity ot Lincoln and Httuc ut NivadHt and dealcrnated by ilio Hal, I UnK-a -and oft'n-tal ilat un Hid iu ima otiu'a n lyt Mi ai, m u.wn. lliip lii nuntb, rnK C8 cant of Moiiut uiuUlu aluridian. Raid lot iu. lit IwlnR aat'ollovrH: tk-KHinlhH ata pom marked no. l, u. a. ur- Vcv No. irt. A, from winch nectlnn' corner Co aoutiuiM 15, 111, 21 and 'i'i. towuxliip l'J, wmcli of raiUjo CIS uanl D.'ri noriu 1 ut ((, li mm ouki "! font; tlieuca riinniUK, lirst courre, aouth all degruait wtmt, Cial fret to post marked o. 'J, U. tt rurvay no. n a; memia accona coin-iw; iiortl.. ;lu du weet. 1M U-ID feet Intersect c tion 'Iiub rwtween Mictions IB and '21 of town. Iilp 111 aoutu, range Us eaat; weat 1-tbi 0-10 ieei from nectlou corner to ectiou IS. Id, -1 and tl; fifteen hundred feet to punt marked No. 3, U. ti. Biirvey No. a7 A; theuce third cottrae, nortll CiU den cant, H0 ieet, to poat marked No. 4,U. 8. survey No. 87 A; th(;nca fonrtli course, Houth, SO dog east, 641 6-10 feet eat. to inter, aset aectlon ltna between eectlona ill and 21, townehlp l'J, aouth of range ft eaat, Went, 1 WM) ft lo-plaoe of beginning Magnetic variation 1C den eaat containing 'ill Oli-lnO acre. . The loratiou of thin mine if recorded in tlie 111 cinder 'a ollice ol rlt.Tliouia lllulllll Dlalrict in IMik A, pkb (1 of Mtniug ltocortti!. The adjoiinpi! claimaula are uukuown. Any and all pcreoin olaimlni; Hilvimely ouy portion of th laid Oolurado"niiue or aurfar ground are ruiulred to tile Oielr ihIv.tkc ciuimB wl'h the llegihtor of the I'uitcd Htatu Ijiud Oihce it l-.urrka, aud Stte or Nevnua, during the aiity d' period of puullcation hereof, or tli:y wji be bsirred by virtue of the proviii. Ioiik ot the Ktalute. D. H. HATX, Itetfluter. II in hereby ordered that the f oreKolng notice nf appiicatiou for patent he pnlilinhed for tlia iwriod of teu eonaeoutive wcteka in the Pioche Uwouu, a weekly newNpupur published at floche, Nevada. jau7.10t D. 11. HAtJ., Kegistor. All KLnda af jolt th Bacord Otflva. Prlutliiij iiena at MISCELLANEOUS. , , & TO TO TOP OFF A 2)IXXLi;f Jlay be Drank Clear, as a Cordial Foradinnnr thoroughly appointed, th good old w. was to wash down the last triump'w of the feast with copious libations ot old Port' and Golden .Sherry- bin "HUB PUNCH" has added a new sensation to the epicure.',' Its deli, cacy, aroma, flavor, and delicious but gentle effects, proclaim it the nectar fit for the gods banqueting on Olympus. . MlK HTM PUXrir with lee fold Ten, I.eiuomitle, or Huilu, L uuMBluiunaly pk-ououueed uurlvultea, TESTIMONIALS. "A aitJislike nectar." hatton Courier. " 1 liciouw beyond doHcription."-J ustc Tra ntertpt "Atltto. tnthe fttwui thinpn of the table Hon Oimrin;taiguOLtnaturo," iSjftVjict Htpuhlicah. " lnv:.biHlle fur a Uttl treat u lieu h Iriwud tlroua 'iu " -Ytio 'wk A'ccfitJi iW. 'Many nonplolaok thwit)otr9iintnhrew Piuioh 1 1 lib I'titu'ti in inttisueustible wiiurover kuuwu." tipii it if' the Timns, A. l. "The impitUrity nt Hub Punch ji testimony to ynnr kuccl in xiwitiR the fW a mi pwtt comimtw euta." v PAiiK it TIL OKU, New York. "Ournalpfl of Tluh Punch have surprised us solil Within thr- iniith h Itirtcer quantity than v. inticipaiptl seiliiiK iu twelve." SMITH & VAJi UKKHKLK. New York audChiuajto. . 11. CEAVKH fc SOH, jUuston, Mw. Trade supplied at MunufaHureMprieeriby UK IMKltH A ll.lKKhU.V, Agon's for Paritio tNumt. S;lu j'raiioiitpo, HaL urns ASWK5l TO INQUIRIES licprt on Satties, Contests, J3.C3. Prornrlng land Patents, Filing Arguments, . und Conducting Contests, on Moderate. Terms. Send for circular to HEirar it; copp, a,x WASHINGTON, D. C. Fuerif Settler should haue Coup's Settler'! OM" piijer ; price nty itb eeats (postage etampit Applicationfor a Patet Tit TUK I11.IIK JAY A.l am. I. , "ITK. . , . , .. . '.. : . No. 8iv.l. IlNi'iiui Statub Land Orrieit. Kuri ka, Nevada, July li, 1m. NOTIfiR la HKRRUY GIVEN THAT MAHV A. C.'AB'Pl.1, whoaa post ofl'u'e uddreml l llihn, I.hi. -ulii county, Nevada, hun IhlH il) Hied her awilicatkiti 'or a imlent fi-r nftein liuiiilrod (ICiOuj liiimr fret id the Mine .!) mine or vein Imaiiug silver, with siuti" Kmimd ait hundred (UHI feet in wiiltlu nnd live aiMVBf.ir a mill site, bIiiikU'iI in I'etiww Kt l.kH.allnini! KlHtrlct, Oounty ni Lmmju, end Htale ol evHdlLl ami deeiinittWd hf" Held nuten and .itiVlul pint nu llle 111 lliht ollu'e HH I'llllOWH t.O Will?- ' . ' lieiunlttf in a pKt nmiiie-1 Ne. I V. H. Stiv vey No ii Lot , wliem-e the h-i-Uhd oiinwr t the Nonln-ael corner of Ker.tuni ai. 'ownfmP ;V H. KM ii, M. 1. M. lienrail 41M iletsE' leet, and the nriKlnul loraUun liiuuiimeul bei N 41 dtifEflJ feet. Thence runuiei! lut ,1r" H -I deg K 1WHI feetitii poet .inarknl No. 9 U.". Hiu vt-y No. !.ot. A ..whence the nriglnal h t ion luonmneul lieurn il 7-1 H dec K fl" i"' Thtne.e riininng and courwi H Hii deg W W ,te to it marked No , tl. 3. Survey No. , l"' A, whence the original locatlou lumiumeid beam t fl X di g W :ili faet. Theiii-e runnlud ihd coureo PC 4 tleg w , imni 'eel to p'er. oeirnru ..... 4, Ii. 8. Survey No. 4'i, llt A. wheliee the lirli'i t:l lucatiun- n.onuiueiit lieara in US deR W l feet. Theme running 4th courea ,N an deg K tluil feet to put No. 1, ihe place of beginning. ; Oimuiiiiiug t au-Ott awrea. cJourinnxiirnMeit fjroiu the true meridian with 11 inugnelic vln. ; fidinot llHileg Eax.: ,- .11 - 'i he location oi thi mine 1m recorded In the Records of the County ltecuidur of Lincoln county, Suite of Nevade. LOT 13. . ' Also the following dencribed tract nf 1iu! for a mill ile liigiuuing at a pent marked No. 1 1). 8. tiurvey No, i'i, km ti, whence the Kee tion corner at the. NurtheaKt comer of Hctioit 2o,T. 8S.H59K, M.li. M, beam N S3 deg K boarn ti 41 deg ilS roiu W 11116 feet, thie pout be ing the original location corner. Theuce run ning 1st course North 412 feet to pout uiurked No. 2, TJ. H. Hurray No. i'i. Lot n, aud tne orliv iiml location corner. Thence rnuning !t'4 course E S2H feet lo pout marked No. it U. H. Survey No. 42, Lot 11, aud the original location corner. Thence inuning 3rd courw, Huuth 412 feet tu post maiked Mi. 4 D. 8. Survey No. i'i, Lot B.and the original location corner. Theuce running 4th courne. West 628 feet to poet No 1 the pmce of begiuuing. Containing : 6 acrtH. Courses expressed from the true meridian with a magnetic variation of IS dcy Ka-t. The location of thN Mill i-ite in recorded in the olllie oi the County itccon'.er cf Lincoln Uounty, Nevitdn. I Any auii all pcrHons claiming adversely, uny portion of Buid Hlue .lay Minn or aurlace grouud, or wid Mill Ho, are required to tile their advorHC claim, with 'tlie Iteglatcr of the United Htaterf L.ud Dltico lit Kureka, in Ihe Htate of Nevada, during the nuty days period of publication nereol, or they will be barred !' viitue ot the prnvicioUH Ot the matute. I. H. HALL, Keiriatcr. H in hereby ordered that the ioregniuc nnUre of aiiplicallou fur a pnteut be pulilhhed for Die period of ten cotiaecutive weeks in tbe PiotnK i-lii onD a newnjiaper puhlbhed at 1'ioehe, Lin coln county, Nevada. , ,. ;ily.21-10t. ' D.H.H4JX, BHt., mm LAUDS 11 i $1.00.