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"A UTTIe NONSENSE."
Voice from the Cape "The saloon," he solemnly drawled, "it the bouse that Jagg built." Huffalo Courier. "Have you really signed as pitcher on thenine?" he asked, breathlessly. "I have," be answered. "Then I am ewers," she replied. Puck. Mrs. Bloodgood "What! not an open fire-place nor a stove in the whole house? How does your father warm his slippers, Willie?" Willie (ruefully) "Warms 'em on me, ma'am." Burling ton Free I'ress. , Corainjf from the Theater. Wife (to husband) "I enjoyed the play ever so much. It is an excellent piece of dramatic work a ripe production, I think." "Yog, a mellow drama." Ar kansaw Traveler. v - Miss Luphretta Cumberland (seat ing herself at the melodeon) "Jennie, come bean, please." Jennie "What fo' totu'n the leaves?" "No; I want ye to lif up de keys when dey stick down." Harper's Bazar, -s ' t M ust Oo by Rule. Chief "ITavo you got any clews?" Subordinate "No, but I've caught the criminal." Chief "Well, you must go out and get a few clews. It will never do to break established rules, you know." Tcrre Hauto Kxprcss. She Knew What She Wanted. Old Lady "I'd like to buy some plasters, young feller." Drug Clerk "Yes, ma'am; porous?" Old Lady "Do you s'pose I want to ketch my death cold? Let's see your winter styles." Judge. Curicus "You've seen the new re versible coat?" Qucricus "No, what is it like?" Curicus "A combination over coat and houso coat" Quoricus "Ah, I see. After you have worn it out you wear it in!" Clothier and Furnisher. "Susie," said Willie to his sister, "what are Blackfeet Indians?" "What are what?" -"Blackfeet Indians." "I don't knowA I'm sure," said Susie, "what the expression can mean, unless those wicked traders have been selling the poor Indians some of the hosiery that i warranted not to fade," Merchant Traveler. .., Old Mrs. Smiley "Neit time I get took down sick, my dear, I wish ye wouldn't have that there young sprig of a doctor come to attend me. I don't go much on young doctors, no how." Mr. Smiley "Well, Maria, who would you like to have me call?" Mrs. S. "I've kinder took a notion to the doctor around the corner. I dunno much about him, but I see he's got a sign out 'Veterinary Surgeon,' and I think he must be a man of experience." Amer ica. WHERE TOYS ARE MADE.' The Production! or Germany, Switzerland and Holland, Wooden carved toys are chiefly made In Germany and Switzerland, the cheap er kinds in the neighborhood of Nurem berg and the better qualities at Sonne burg, in Thuringia, from which latter place about twenty-four million articles, valued at 800,000, are annually export ed. Large quantities of wooden toys are also made in Saxony, where an in genious process is in use for diminishing the labor involved in the production of animals. A circular block of soft wood is turned into a ring of such a pattern that by slicing it vertically a rough rep resentation of an animal (say an ele phant) is secured. Each rudimentary figure is then trimmed by hand, the ears, tronk, tusks and tail, all of which are separately turned and sliced by the same method, are inserted; and when the animal has been painted and var nished it is ready for use. . n Clay marbles also come exclusively from Saxony, being m ule of a clay not found elsewhere. The better qualities come from Holland, where they are made from fragments of alabaster and other stones. Taw and alley, the com mon names for the two qualities princi pally used in this country, are abbrevia tions of tawny and alabaster. A great ten days' toy fair is annually held at Leipsic, when more than six thousand merchants exhibit their goods in every available inch of space, even in the garrets of the six-storied houses. Marburg, in Hessen, is chiefly occupied with the manufacture of musical toys, while Biberach, 1n Wurtemburg, is noted for substantial metal articles, such as carriages, locomotives, furniture, etc. The specialty of Switzerland is wooden cottages, models, etc. Some of the large dealers do very well out of the industry, but the actual toy-makers in both countries are mis erably paid, and find it very hard, even by the most unremitting toil, tx gain a subsistence from their employ ment, many of them being obliged t supplement their earnings by engaging in out-door labor during the summer. The produotions of Holland are ver similar to those of Germany. Cham bers' JournaL Valuable Parm Hand! ' During a somnambulistic ll t a" farm hand near Easton hitched up a team and plowed a field and then went back tc bed again. Farmers of the vicinity are looking for more farm hands affected 1b the same way. Emin's American Relations. Einin Bey has two relatives in this Country his father's sister, Mrs. J. P Ivolson, of Pittsburgh, and a cousin, her 'n, who lias served as mayor f Terre Cliie.lv a Is (lie name of the Best Liniment for Sprains. .ruises,'aml Muscular Soreness. It is a Combination, the result of Accidental Discoverv. united with the fruits of SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH itnit It is the most convenient and economical application known. For Man it ap proaches Perfection; for the Horse it has no equal. Shier?s Hesperian Drug Store, Try it and Tell Your Neighbor the Result. The JYew BARBER SHOP. MAIN ST BERT, Opposite I.acour. W. H. GORMAN, Proprietor. Hair catting and having neatly iluiir. LITTLE'S CHEMICAL FLUID NON-POISONOUS One gallon, miked with fiOgalln.a nimbi water, will dip thorough It lwi sheep, at a cmt of 1 cent each. Easily applied; a uotirisher ol wool; a certain core fur SCAB. Also, LITTLE'S PATENT POWDER DIP. (ponoxous. ) , Ulxas iuetantly with water. Prevent Hie fly from striking. In a 2-pound package there is sufficient to dip twenty sheep, ami in a 7-pound package there is sufhcieut Ui dip one hundred sheep. CATTONBELL&CO. Hi-cx-Kssoa lo FALKNER. BELL, A C . No. 406 California Street, SAN FE4N CISCO, CAL. Wool Agency Warehouse, Cor. nth Town. end Bts. Applicationfor a Patent . .No. 918. Umtkd Stat Land Orricr. Kureka. Nevada, January 14 IMK). NOTICE IS HFJIKBY 01 VF. "IHAT THK Dav 811.VKR III' (no ( o . whose uost office address la Pioche, Lincoln County, Nevada. haa this day, by I If duly anthorlred agent I J. Ohhcihhk, Sled Ha application for a patent for lifteen hundred il'ou) linear et of the Meliaaa Mine or Vein, hearing gob) and silver with surface gr..uud three hu load j'M) leet in .width, altnated in Highland lliig HI a. trict, County of Umaju. and Mate of Navfta. and deaiguated by Ihe ncld notes and official plat on lite In thla nlllce. ax I U No. ,'la Maid lot Mo. 3H being d a-irlbed a follows, to-wit: Beginning at a poat marked No. l.U.H ".So, 3M, whence It. 8. Mineral Muumnent No. 2, Iiear M. 81 degreee, ID minu'ee K. lilt feet, and the Meliaaa shaft. nesrs 8. SI li.gree- K. 6e3 feet, This Is alao the original location corner. Thence. S degrees f, l.7l leet to poat marked Mo. t. IS. at. 8 No :;S and the original location coruor. whenc ut No. 4, of II. tt. 8. No. Hi), Hamburg Lode, hears K.HIII degree K. Kill leet. Tl.eoce. 8. a degrees W. li.tn feet to poat marked Xo. II. U. 8, 8. N. it. w beue the original I'H'atlon corner hearaM.O AVuriea H. 4Ufeet, Theiiiw V.Hl iigreea W, l.y; If ft ti poat IliarkeJ No. 4 . I . 8. H. ,o. :i vhenvv Lj, original ln!M'u for., r b-ig N.deKre-. il lee', a"'l Thence, i a deKria lift' del Ui poxt fi j, hn pacanl i kiiiiiIiik, nUinlitg lM.iil aerea. i) guuto ria I ... if IM.urira Kaat. The I.Kiat ion of Ibu Mine i wnrdevt Hi the Itecorder'a olilce u 11 g.tluil iln.ii.g IHirl t, in b alk of - Any and allp-raitnM clAiniing advert ly any portion i and Meliw. Minn nr ur'ac iruu id are reiuru ui fcU) their advjiae clatnn witn the Kexleter of ih4, ultid etttea Land OnVe, at Kurska. in the Ounntr at hureaa. during the aiaty aaya perin I of p.il,ll.''iMi jje;eif, nr tb- y will be barred ly vlrt...i(f the iififu one uf the Statute. i'"v U II. Hil l, hvglaley, It U hereby unlurud tb it the foreg ilng noil Of ppMition lor patent be pnbli.heil for the Jierlodof rtty dava (len cotiatcntive waeka), n the PhMke X'eekly Ukt.ohii a weekly unwa. paper pattUil4M p'i'whe, Neva la. . thy-lOt P f. Hiix, RegUter. SHEEP fi,DIP i Natural Product To) ami PRACTICAL TEST; a . , . .- ... . , . . AM) AGENCY AT "CompetMion la the Ufa of Trade. and if ynn have not won onr latent iino-nved gooiayou cannot imagine how lively trade in, or hnw hard ourcompetitira have to work t keen withlu eight of na. Aak your retailer fur Ihe Jamea Means' f.'l H hoe, or the James Heane' Shoe according to your nee- a. aillvel)' uone genuine nnlf having onr name and price ttiniped plainly on the aolea innr reianer win anppiy you with anon ao Ktamped if you iUHiHt upon Ilia doing mi; il you do u" -,.., i- iian , , win cuA ymi imo uuyiug inierior anoea upon whicli the limCt. l'ou cannot affard o ui 3 Z O- - Ui Z ta K Q AhTthe.Tsnl aeani3 Shoe for Boj i Hnch baa been the recent progreaa In our branch of Industry that we ara now able to afllrrn that the .fames aiwie' 14 dm la in every reapect niual to tha ahoes which only a lew yearn ago wers lelailed at tight or ten dollar, .f you will try on a pair you will he convinced that we do not eiaggerate. our. are the original t'-i and It ehuea, and those who imitate onr system of linn, ineas are unable to conpeie with us in qual.ty ol lactory producta. In onr lines. we are the largest mamifaciiirere iu the United States. Hhoea from our celelrle.t f clnrjr are sold ly wiile.mviake retailera in nil ari of h country. We will place them eaeily within your reach in any Stalei or Territory il you will invest one rout in a posttl card and write to us. JAMES M EANS & CO., 41 Lin coin Street Boston, Mass. M U, LINKS OK THK ABOYK MHOKS KOIt M.ll.K AT WERTHi:iMKR9S. i Apolication for a Patent j Notice of Forfeiture. No. 9.9. . I'siTrn STATKa Land Office. i Eureaa, Nevada, January 14, IMK). j V'OTICK 18 HKURBY GIVEN THAT THE! 1 DAY BILVfc.lt M1NLNM COMPANY, whose post othce address is Pioche, Lincoln Couuty, 1 Aevada, 1 as tlii dav, by its duly authorized ! agent, T, J. Cleburne, tiled its application fur a I pnteut for one thousand (luooi liuear 1 net of (he Hamburg mine or vein, bearing gold aud j silver, with surface gronnd two hundred '2tiu) i feet lu widtb, situated in llighlaud Mining ilistrict. County uf Lincoln, Hiate of Nevada, and designated by the Held uotea and official plat on tile in this onice, as lot No. K'.l. Said lot No. ft), btiDjJ ()3scribtd as follows, to-wit: Beginning at a poat marked No. 1, U.S. 8. No. M, whence U. 8. Mineral monument No. 2, beara 8. 87 1-4 degrees W. '2168 feet. This poat la alao the original location monument. 1'bence 8. tt degrees K 200 feet to poet ma-ked No. -i, U. f. 8. so. ;I9 and the origi ai location eorner. Tnence, 8. 84 oegieea W. loot) leet to post marked No.il, D. 8. 8. No.Sil and the origi nal local ion corner. Thence, N. it degrees W. 2M feci to post marked No. 4, II. 8. 8. No. .ill, whence post No. J, of U.K. 8. No. aH. Melissa ixMtbeig 8, h7 1 4 degrees w. Mill feet, and the month of ' bo Hamburg tunnel, bean 8. Ii., it des'ee K li7 feci, fuj corner is also the original iueatiop corner a4, '4 heuce, N. HI de greos K. loot) feet to the plane of beginning, (loDtalning i M) acres. Magnetic- Variaiiou of 1(1 degrees Kaat, The location ol this Mine Is recorded in the Recorder's office of Hi. h land Mining district, In book of Any and all persons claiming adveraely, any portion of said Hamburg Mine or surface ground, are required to tile their adverse clalma with the tleglater of the United mates Laud Omre at Eureka, In Die County of Koreva, during the sixty days period III publication i ereni, i r lliev will be barred by y.i yp II le provisions ill ihe ettitute. j) II. HALL, Itegieti r. It Is hereby orriewd H'' Utl Icicuiiji r no'lce ul applicailon for a patent be pubiislieU fof tli( period of eikty days (ten con.s ilve wcclca) in the Ploehe Weekly HcoHt. wnekljr lew,, paper, publi.bid at I'loahe, Nevada. fhyl-lllt P, H. Mif, liegislcr. ta pagsBNTa atvKM awai 8end ns6 oeutspostage.and by mall you will get vault a oactage of goods of large value, that will start yon In work that will at M ,Ji;iK you in money faater than anything .a im inipri ". All about the 12011,(100 in preseuta b'(i itif. Agents wanted every, where, of either at J, hi ill DtL'' tor all the time, or spare tinio only, Ui wDvlifiir lis ut their own homes. Fortunes for all "vorkei-a alien lutely aaauri' Don't delay, -a, Halikit & Co., Fortlati .aialof. of Nevada. To) lb lUlSKUVATIOXS. 1 tliey niakea larger to ilo without them. JAMES MEANS' c 2 m x a M SHOES. m r m o THE VERY BEST MADE. rtio THO V1AH MoliONALU AND JOHN WARD 1. CilKlrtTI iN, ilieir granties, euccessorsor ae.igns: Jon are hereby noli lied that Hie undersigned, a co-owner with you in the mining claims anown as me mac Binpbuteu ana iron Mon, ster mining claims, situated In Pahianagat Lake Mining District, Lincoln Oounty, Htate of Nevada, has performed the work and made the expenditures on said above mentioned claims and each of them necessary to hold the same ss required by (Section 2:i'24 of the Revised fUatittes ot tbe United States for the yesi A. D. 1H89. snd that the amount due from yon, your grantees, successors or assigns on .account of such expenditures on ssld claims are as fol io wi Thomas McDonald- interest in eatih claim (t aa1, , total m mi, . John Ward Christian S Interest in eaih claim, (at : 3UH , total B8 tie-,, And if within ninety aaya ai'ter tbe publica tion of this notice you fail or refuse to contrib ute your said proportion of such expenditure as co-owners, your interest In Mid claims will become the property ol the subscriber under said Section xm. A.W. OEEB. Hiko, March 20. 1890. Notice ot Fprfpitpre, rpo MICHAEL I.ABR0B8E, Ills GRANTEE, J or assigns: You are hereby notified that the nndersiKned ro owner with yon in the mining rlamia known as the Alps, Forest, Wnodchouper, Illack .lack and Pooruian ni'nit K claims, eliuated in Fah ranagat Lake Mining Dletrlct, Lircoln County, Htate of NevAda, haa perfoiuied the woik and tjja4e the nece-s.ry expenditures on ssid sbove ropQlioned anfl each pf tht in necessary to hold tbe same as remitted hy Hectiph T-Ul of the Revised Htslines WthellJijted Hta'e.a for the year A f. lNsti, and that tha amount due from you . your granteea or axlgna. on account of such expenditure tbe mm of for each claim, amounliug in all to tha sum of Mac, And II within ninety days after the publica. tlnnof this cotlce, ynn fail or refuse to con. tribute your said proportion of such expend!. tore as co owner, jour iotirest In said claims will become Ihe property or tbe subscriber under said section Tin. A. W. GEER. Hiko, Nev., March 20, IH-.Hi. All klu.U o' Colored! Pf ;iIliig don ait the Hecoerl (tftlcv. inSCElLAKECflV. GEO. S. SAWYER, Attorney & Counsellor-at-Law, Office j Lynt l.'e III' k, PIOCHE, NEVADA. J. POUJADE, ORE 'BUYER. PAIN THK HIGIIKST PRICK" FOR LEAD & SILVER ORES, MAIN' ST.. PIOCHK. NKV. J. SHERIDAN, BOOT and f& SHOEIYIiK E R, First door north o( the Rocord oftpe, IMoohe, Repairing Promptly and Neatly Done. SUMMONS. JOIKS MrFAnOK.V. I'lHl.tllll, VK. .KMIN WAItll rilKISTIA.V. ' Defeniln IN THK Jt'STICE'BCHI.RT, IN THE HTATE of Nevada, Couulv oj Lincoln, l'lociie nwnsnip, oeinre a. a. loung, a Justice of tho Peace, iu and for the Township and Conuiy aforesaid. The Htate of Nevada lu John Ward ChriaiUu, greeting: You are hereby summoned to appear b fore meat my office iu I'ioche. iu the Couuty of Lin coln, on tbe lutta day of Jauuaty, lbmi, at 10 o'clock, A, H in an action brought avalnxt you by said plaintiff to answer the complaint of the above named piainlin", Haid action is brought to recover judgment rcaiiiHt yon lor the sum of Forty lour (H 44 OK) dollars, gold coin, ss a balance tine from you to esid plaintiff upon an ace inn lor hoaid iur liiebed by said plaintifl to you at. uur Becial instance and r (uest as mure lul'y apH-ar4 by the complaint on tile herein tu uliicli your are mfeircil. or judgment will be taen against yon lor the said amount, together with costs or this suit if ynn lail to appear and answer. To ihe ShCMir or any CoiiKtalle of ssid Coiintv , Greeting: Mete lgsl seivic-snd due retnrn h reof . tilven under my hntid this i'i;:h da of No. veinlier, Ihh'i, A. A. YOUNrt. A Juitlce of the Peace f r s id Township. fr'nr Kill-Head. etler-lleH,t.,f'arl. Vouchers, sail all kinds of loll I'rlnt. Injf, either fancy r I'IbIb apply et th Hunrd nWr. ,Oi KNEW mtlM Wairh. IVorlli IM. IBVti SH.', watch in lln nona. reriecl tnuekeepor fcrnllitea lieavy, su.lu loot.!, limiting ea.e.. itoltl l.di..' anil cm,.,'. Mzfl., with work, and cane. 'I lrill.l V 111. IIMN cuut. km. SJJr "' .''h tocalltyean .irur. Mb wnich, ire fr. Ail the work you need du ti lo iliuw what we ifml yuu lo thote w ho c.H-yoiir trifiidii ml nriirliWa md thoM nlmut you tint nlwayt rt-iiuli-, ui faluttble tradt for u, whirl, hold, for van vhfii onit lurtMl. ntiii thua we are repaid. H e pav al'l eiprt-.., ln-trlit etc. AlWyuu kuowall, if you otiltl ik lo Uo lo work lor w. you can earn from Wi to frUO j.rr wefk and huh ardN. AddrM,Sil.NSO.N 4 CO., Box 612, 1'URiLAWl, Uaisx. ShorilTs Sale. HV VIRTUE Of AN EXECIITIOS IShUEU out of the niHtriet f!.,nM ,n r..- .i. County of Lincoln, State of Nevada, aud to me directed and delivered, for a judgment rendered in nam conn, on tne rwMitietu UOih day of MaV. A D. IsnO In fivn. nf .1 hrat.o i. I, and against 1. B. Ball for the sum of seven hundred and seventy nine hi.iisi i77ii Nl-inin nullum ni, ,..,.,i.... ninety six Ifi-lOO IZM l.Vlimi l)nll.,u iv. n..t. and all accruing costs and ml-re'st. I have m '"o iwtowing personal p-onertv. to-witi (t Cords Cedar Wood more or 1 as 1 Manure Fork- old Bed Utuads 4 O rolces (for Windows ) 1 nseiewn mattress I old Matlr ss 2 Foot Stools a Bureaus. 1 Mmsll Ice Chest 8 Pictures. 1 What not-I Parlor Table. 1 Clock I Lonnge. 2 Ciipboards-2 Small Tablts. I Parlor Stove & Zinc lZ'nc Wood Box k Hold chair- 8 W.sh Stands . large and 2 sn ail l.iol.ing Qlasse- & 2 Lsmps 1 Tuml iers a 6 qatico rjishes - 10 Saucers Ik a Ure,m Pitch(irs II Meat Platters fc g Dinner Piston I St. p Ladder i old Bolsters 1 Pillow 2 old Boxes Lamp Chimneys 8 Old Window Frrmes At 1 Try Square 1 Drawing Knife 1 fmall Saw 2 old Plines k 2 Chisels & 1 Rasp 1 Whet Stone 1 Fire Shovel Lo",""8 JiUbblt 1,1,ne h 1 "I'' Ewe Bits ft '2 Iron Wedges 1 old Iron Journal it Pulley lor Saw Mill i Tackles illlorls) ? old Hlc,B 1 Medue Hammer Si l Bar Steel nrt long - Drills A I MinersSpoon fc 2 O iUmh- 2 old Uorsr Collars & III joint, Huya ,,,., 2 ri all old Cupb .aids 15 K ates- ' 2 yegetuble B wis 4t I Wa er Pt.",es 7 flips jr 1 Castor 1 Flour Siller - 8 F, g Cups k 2 fickle Dishes 9 old Chairs & 2 Small Tab es-. 4 pair Aassyers Tones a H,rnp Gauges -28 Faucets ,v 6 Bath Bricks- UMH 2 Angirs 2 Twine hold is 2 llnck.ts--H Oa't'1 le Sticks 8 Meat Choppi rs ' 8 Sy.up I ana k 1 Sprinkler Kill Can & 1 Office Stove 2 lil 1 Head holders & 1 Grind Btono- 4 Stools & 1 Oflice Stool & 1 chair - 5 Small Tables He I Baltor 8 Ink Stands A 1 Market Basket -1 old HIHo At 1 Office Desk 1 Platform Scales I Howe Scales I i Wck ior carry Boxes tte.,1; 1 nm mwm m I i--aaa , Hj. kUPja. sTTelwa ,.. wx m fluV aWfAl.- ANTSaa-i MISCELLANEOUS. 1 Small Black Board .1 old Haad Saws 2 broken k 1 Cheese El H Box Tea 1 pair Stretchers 1 Vice A 1 Set bleigh runners 1 Stove Drum 2 old Doors 1 Powder Flask & 2 Neck Yoke 3 empty Barrels k SO ft Hope mora or lesa 1 Stove Platform 2 Dentijohue 1 Belling pins A; 7S lbs Current, k about 200 il. Corn Meal A 4 old Baekets- ",' 111 lbs red pepper k 12 lbs dried Plums 1 Patent Cheese Cutter k 24 lb Cheese '20 His Allspice it H Small looking Qlasacs 17 Purses s: 12 combs a: 6 Back Needles 4 psir Smsll Scieaors k 1 Doz. pen holders-. 1 Box pens A 8 pencils & 8 Pass Books 4 Bundles Envelopes 24 lbs wrapping Paper A fiOO paper Rarkr i.i Bar A 12 Beer glasses k nv Decanters f 3 Hay Forka A 9 Sledge Handles 5 Mop Sticks S lb Horse Shoe Nails j 1 counter scales k 1 H lb balance scales 5 boxes macaroni A 47 glasses all kinds 33 salt cellars A 1 lantern k 1 dinner bell ' : ' books dinerent kinds A 1 miners signal bell- ' 6 scoops k 4 funntls A 1 water pitcher 2 glass dishes A 1 platters k 10 tide dishss- J 5 pickle dishes A l'sugsr bowl f I vegetable dish A 8 dinner plates i 1 glass jar part full of sulphur ; I 4 glass jars part full of spices ? I 8 small boxes envelopes . 1 Ti email bottles castor oil ' 21 smsll bottles castor oil 14 small bottles glycerine 12 small bottles gargling oil 15 small bottles gluing & 12 cakes sapolio " 1 46 small papers tea I part box sweet spirits nitre I. 20 smell cana condensed milk 7 table snivea k 11 forks II boxes bluing balls k 19 cans mustaid -A bottles pickled walnuts 22 cans portable lemonade 3 bottles vinegar bitters 7 boltles Dr. Browns scalp renovator 1 bottleeye water A 29 small bottles sauce 25 lari;e bottlts sunce A 14 Iwttles pepper ssiien 57 bottles tomato ketchup 79 cans tsble fruii 12 cans jam A 42 tans sugar peas (I cans sugar ol lemi u lo boxes clears, A rr 8 bottles chow cho 5 bottles preserved che iesA H box verminiij S cans asparagus A 2 tobacco cutlets 2 Iwttles pickles A 6 cans crabs 1 can clnms k 24 cans salmon 21 cans mackerel A l!i csns iolwters 5 cans sardines 1 ssck sslt li old lsmps 2 trajs A 1 currycomb 1 blacking brash A 2n small cana cocoa tint fi large cans cocosr ut ft 8 cans apricots - 19 csns marmalade ft 1H lw ttles savory t bottles ctiny powder A 2 (1 lb csnscresm tarlir !ii papers sods ft 20 small papers fi largt cane colmans mustard L 3 small cans colmaus mutaril 23 bottles extract A 6 baskets tea 7s paiiers corn starch A 3H pspers stove polish 27 papeis wa-Inug powder A 7 i ross lamp with M cases mixed spices A 4 psckages glut 14 boltles mixed spices A 24 lamp burner 12 reducing screws ft 2 cans cinnamon - 2 cans ginger ft 2 cans cloves 12 cans pepper A 2 b ues line cut tobscco 22 cans leather I. lucking I box extract lemon1 I can olive oil a n stove inters 6 tack hammers ft 4 euiply glass jars 4 bars csstile soap 2.1 lbs b ack pepper more or less lil bottles claret wine ' 4 bottlea bitters 2ii gallons lilack berry brandy more or leee III gallons clHn t wine more or leu 44 cans tiartiet iieats 1 box l inauit n ft 2 btnes clovrs - HI iKittlesgaidett tlivmeft7 lbs cloves 7 llisun lnegsft 9 His ul spice -14 Ihix rnii.it s 1 box citron 3d bottles worcbes'er sauce 27 caus tomato ketcuup 1 caeeKalmou ft I cane chow chow liO lbs cream tartar 2 gltss doors A I ila liaiu wagt.li- 1 3H cooper wag-m witn coal rack Bain wagou with roa I ruck - 1 coiUili r aiiout !('. fiet long 1 sorrel horse 9 ears old, weight about I linn- 2 bay bor.es one 8 snd one II yesrs old eliit aliout tnm and lotili lbs 1 gray horse branded 3 on left shoulder wcteht 1,1)50 lbs9yars old 1 sorrel horse branded on left shoulder 8 years old weight about 8.i 11k saddle h.irse: Notice is hereby given that on Saturday, I he 7tli Dsy sr Jass, A. I. IhiKi, at 1(1 o'chsk A. M. of sal.) !.?? X, . "'" ' ,'IB rittltt ille ami Interest of Uid t! K hall n.u to tbe alsive desi-nlad property, at C. H. balls store Pioche win re said property now Is at pub lic auctiun, for cash lu baud to the highest and best bidder, to satis y sal,' execution and all costs suil under ami by vlrture of said writ of execution I have also levied upon the right title aud Interest of said defendant In and to following deHTibed real eslate lo-wit. Lots numbered eleven (11) twelve (12) thirteen 13 snd fourteen (i4 iu ,tm.k ,tnmiH.r el((,llwB 12 a,K','.!"ti: '"'ml'cred niiy six (Mil flftysevtii " "I'yigbt (RHl I (s k nun her twenty ' ' mis i umbered twenty tour ,-u twenty live (25) twenty ix W' , seven (271 in block number one 1 1 with i!J mprovemeuts on said iircmna-s. all u Mated Ht,";VfDNev.1.,:'ocl', iu Notice is hereby given that oil NATUKDAV TIIK OA V OK. III. K A.D.lWIII.at (he hour of 12 o'clock m or said lay I will sell all the right tlllo and interes, 2 (bed real property, at the frt .iuv uf W. 0 nrt botise in said Couuty, at public anctlna for cash iu the ha- d to the highest sua lit bidder tosatlsfy mid execntlou iU H Iplis Ned". TUUNE" ah"""' "I"",""t ftHinSy. Pioche, May 30, lM'.KI. Application for a Pattnt No. 923. llHiTEn Statkb Lani. Officb. Enreka, Nevada. Febrnarv H l"k' XTOTIOK1H HUtmiY OlVsN. "hat 1. 8. .... I"''"!?" .W"-I.IAt kKMSEM. WllOSK day filed their application for a patent for n'- t'-nn hundred i1aii.ii i inu. ..... ..... . , iet. oi .me a- TKNiALlon .mtueor vein, hearing .old auil HtlVam1 al tin 4311 lafi. ftanti .X . . leet lu width, situated In Pahranauat I a Mining District. Count, of ug?SJ?S "T,rtn,da'WitedbythefleId notes srd olBcial plat on tile n ihja ofpee. as Lot No -4H. & JV.' R r- ol Wo. " WabloW. 4b"!!!!i1'd,!",: ,po,t ,uarkBa no i. w s, no. 45 aud the original location corner, whence the quarter seotion cemer D the north line of groes w 14.' feet. Thence, South eon feet la post marked No. 2, U S S, No" 6 and the oris" nal location corner. Thenc. We" V ,It to post marked No. S, DBS, No. Mdhe orlgb Sos ter7'sn- ?.l 1m .Hi n V N No' " '"" S nfui """r, whence post No. 1, lbs noK U.de. Is i rs 2ii Oegrei w in fiet. ,!nS7.nln'tA t'oiiislning to liti schs, Anl and l"6 V""" 100 ' '" ' U e gron.nl PiL NT?1AI- tu" """ .Mms wi i ti. ."''.'T''" ,0 "''Hr advert iand (,m .euV ,h" "I""d during ti e HJ'iJ rei",,"tl10 M'ts f Nevada, ew f or thet Jiu t5", W'1 ot Pblic.ll, n i!":.,.ctohe'H.1,!;te,:m'1 b ,r," u' ,D- H. IIALL.Ilfglsl.r. perlld f published lor In the VloXVeTi,,K?vri,,,"1( ieb.24.lot D.H.x4ia, Register,