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PlOCHE Ebookd. WEEKLY VOL. XL. PlOCHE, NEVADA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1801. NO. 17. s 1 , THIN-SKINNED PEOPLE. Men Who Think Themselves Cari catured by Authors and Actora. ..tUcrn' komantio Experience with tho :oimt Joannes A Frenchman De mand! Satisfaction from IVllklo lollina Other Curious Cases. Ono of tho most popular entertainers the world has seen, says Casscll's Satur day Journal, suffered greatly owing to the persistence with which people would boo likenesses to themselves in tho crea tions ol his fancy. If ho choso the naract of Brown, Jones or Robinson for ono of his characters, some real cognomen wroto to him, complaining latterly against his "satirizing c, class," and then pointed out certain of their dia tinctivo pnr!ul'f whic'a were, thejt alleged, burlesqued. - On tho other hand, if lie invented, as ho thought, an uncommon name, some body wanted to know how it was he so locted him for ridiculo. Why, asked tho indignant writer, did not the enter tainer choose some common name, such as Brown, Jones or Robinson, and not that borne by him? It was useless to point out to such people that the enter tainer had never heard of their exist ence even, each of them firmly believed that ho was tho original of a certain character. Sothorn again; what a curious exper ience was his! Tho actor, when play ing in America as Fitzaltamont in "Tho Crushed Tragedian," ono morning was called upon by an "interviowor," who told him that a Count Joannes, onco an actor of tho old school of which Sothern made fun, had brought a suit to stop tho performance of the piece on the ground that the comedian's mako-up maligned him and burlesqued his Identity. Soth ern thought the affair was a joke, but when tho reporter assured him it was serious, he said: "If I have to go down to that court to show cause, by Ueorgo! I pity tho man that brings mo. I won't let him rest whilo his worried life clings to him. lie shall get telegrams and post-cards from this time on for ever. Do about it? Why, I shall appear, of course." Presently another roportor was an nounced. Sothern again professed novor to have heard of the suit brought against him. "How would you fight it if tho Count should challengo you?" asked tho press man. .vtM- "I should prefer the date to be the 1st of April, and, although I haven't very fully considered the question, I think tho weapons should be cannon. Yes, on reflection, I am suro. I should insist upon thosa cannon that discharge 170 shots a minute. He should sit upon ono of those engines and I upon another, and we should continue to discharge them until there should bo no remnant of elthor Count or Sothern." All this, and much more, was pitl lishod under startling head-lines on the following morning. Count Joannes, however, was terribly in earnest, though, of course, nothing came of his suit ex cept a capital advertisement, of which full advantage was taken. ' Of modern authors, Wilkio Collins decidedly had the most remarkablo so ries of encounters with the class of peo ple who identify themselves with purely Imaginary personages. "A bourgeois of Paris," he himself has told us, "reading 'The Woman in Whito,' In a French translation, wrote to say that ho had flung the book to the other ond of the room on discovering that Fosco was an absolutely perfect likeness of himself. He naturally insisted on receiving satis, faction for this insult, leaving the choice of swords or pistols to mo, as the challenged person. Information on which he could rely had assured nim that I meditated a journey to Paris early In the ensuing week. A hostile meet ing might, in such circumstances, be easily arranged." Arrived in Paris, Wilkie Collins looked for his honorable opponent in vain. Again Mr. Collins invented a charac ter who was so careful about tho quan tity of his food that he weighed it in lit tle scales at table. Shortly aftor the publication of tho novel a gentleman called upon the author. 1 "You have no right, sir, to caricature mel" exclaimed tho caller to tho aston ished novelist. "I weigh my food In lit tle scales, sir. Hero they are, sir. I al ways carry them about with mo by tho advioo of my physician, but is that any reason why I should bo hold tip to ridi cule, sir?" And the gentleman refused to bo paci fied, though Mr. Collins protested that he had never before heard of such a habit. On another occasion a reader of "Armadale" callod upon him and up braided him for putting his houso into print. The description, it is said, was exact, although tho popular writer had never seen the place. EUROPE'S LABOR LAWS. j' Cut tho Ceremonies Short. Emperor William visited rocontly a little Silesian town where certain mili tary maneuvers were conducted. Tho burgomaster took it upon himself to in troduce various of tho town dignitarlos to his Majesty. Fourteen of thom woro standing In a lino, and thn mayor began as follows: "Herr Peter Paul Schmidt his Majesty the German Emperor, King 9 Prussia, Margrave of Brandonburg, Herr Holnrich Wilhelm Sauorkraut his Majesty the German Emperor, the Kingof Prussia, Margrave of Brandon berg." Whon tho burgomastor pro Jded to introduoe Horr Loborwurst to vf60' etc"" the Kaiser interrupted "That tiii 8 1 luo remarK: do Herr Burgomastor; I sup jrtHlfentlemen know who I anl fhl m r thelr namo8. then refreshment before nightfall." - RESCUING A POLICY. What Some Nations Have Done to Pro tect th. Working Classes. A great trades-union congress, com posed of delegates from all tho labor urbanizations in Great Britain, met at Liverpool on tho 1st of September. It was composed of five hundred delegates, including ten women, and represented most of the largo trades of tho Kingdom. Tho principal act of tho congress was to pass a resolution in favor of reduc ing the time of laboring to eight hours a day and of making eight hours a day's labor by act of Parliament. This was not passed, however, without a good doal of strenuous opposition on the part of somo of tho older delegates. Tho meeting of this congress and the great strikes which are frequently tak ing place in almost every civilized country and y$'..m render the subject of what laws ha' o been passed by tho several nations regulating labor es pecially interesting at this time, says tho Youih's Companion. Thus far no European nation has passed a law limiting tho time of tho labor of adult male working-men. Such measures as have been passed relate for tho most part to tho protection and lim itation of tho labor ol women and chil Ireiii and tho greater part of these measures have becomo law within the past fifteen years. For instanoo, by a statute passed by the British Parliament in 1878, women, and children between fourteen and eighteen year3 of ago, who are oagaged in tho textilo factories are allowed to work only ten hours a day. Children under fourteen years can work only six hours a day. In other industries tho re spective periods of labor are increased over tho figures slated by half an hour. Moreover, no child under ton years of ago is permitted to work in an English factory at all, and all night work is for bidden to women, young girls and children. In Franco the limit of ago is a little narrower, for in that country no child less than twelve years old Is allowed to work in any factory, or other hard man ual employment, excepting that they may do so in textile, glass and paper lactones. Tho French law, moreover, differs from that of most countries in that it limits tho hours of labor according to the degree of education of tho laborer. Children between twelve and fourteen years who havo had a good elementary education aro allowed to work twelve hqjirs a day; thoso who have not, only six. lhis is to enablo tho less educated to attend school a part of every day. Tho French also forbid work on Sundays and nights to all boys under sixteen years, and all girls under twenty-one. In viewing cho steps taken by tho young German Emperor to improve tho condition of his laboring subjects, tho present state of tho German labor laws becomes Interesting. Already legisla tion has done much, at least in tho di rection of protecting working-women and children. ... German children under twelve years of ago aro forbidden to take work in factories and mines, and those between twelve and fourteen are legally restrict ed to six hours a day. Those between fourteen and sixteen years old may work ten hours a day in most of the in dustries, and at spinning eleven hours. Children are not allowed to work be tween half-past eight o'clock at night and half-past five in tho morning, nor on Sundays, except in cases of urgent ne cessity, to bo determined by the Bundes rath, or upper houso of Parliament. It is noteworthy, however, that the German labor laws havo as yet dono little to protect worklng-womon of ma ture ago. The principal lavv on this sub ject provides that the Bundesrath shall havo power to prohibit femalo labor in certain industries, or to restrict it by regulations, and tho same body may, if it sees fit, prohibit night work to any special class. Even despotio Russia has issued de crees which regulate tho hours of work of women and children according to'the exigencies of particular industries. Children undor twelve years, with a few Bpccified exceptions, aro not allowed to work in Russian factories; those between twelve and fifteen years aro restricted to eight hours dally, and may not work more than four hours continuously. C'hildron under seventeen years and women are not allowed to work in Rus sia in spinning or textilo industries at jiight, and the Russian law requires em ployers to pay attention to tho education Uf their working people. Similar regulations and restrictions to hoso which havo already been de scribed exist in Belgium, Spain, Aus tria, Hungary, Holland, Italy, Norway jand Sweden, and Denmark. It will be soon that thore is littlo or no legisla tion which restricts or imposes condi tions upon tho labor of full-grown men, but in many countries thoro aro vigor ous agitations to extond tho limitations of law to working-men also. Snug' A I. If. i Insurance Man Saves a Little Sum for Ills Coiupauy. "The swindling of life insuranco com panies by conspirators is an old story," an officer in one of the big Broadway companies said to a New York corre spondent, "but the way we sometimes got even with them and defeat their purposes is not so well known. A local agont and the consulting physician of tho town may eonspiro with tho execu tors of a rich man's will, and with tho rich man himself, to report him to the Now York company as sound and health, sober and industrious, with tho understanding that oach is to get a slice of tho company's money after death. Even if the company learns after death that tho application was founded on lies, tho money is often paid, unless tho amount is very largo, rather than earn tho reputation of contostinjr policies in the courts. Tho president of the com pany told mo ono morning a fortnight ago to tako my grip and start for a largo town in Illinois and learn whether it was true, as he had learned from an unknown correspondent, that a man who had recently obtained a policy for $3,000 was very dissipatod. In that case I was to get tho policy and bring it back to be cancelled if possible. Thore was the rub to get tho policy. It required considerable tact, any way, and if tho man shoujd refuse to give it up it would cost tho insurance company a good deal of money to contest it after his death. I went to tho town, knowing only tho name of the man and that ho was worth $100,000. Of courso every one I mot spotted me for a stranger and sidled up to me to know what I was in town for. It would not do to let it go abroad that I was a life in suranco agont, and especially if I should begin to inquiro about our risk, so 1 said I was interested in getting money on Western mortgages. It was not difficult after .that to make my way to our policy holder's house on tho plea of getting him to invest in mortgages. Ho was In bed, drunk, and as I afterward learned, was drunk all tho time. But ho had a good head for business, even whon in his cups. 'Well?' ho said, Inquiringly I told him flatly I had come to take away his policy, lie kicked. He kicked long and hard, whilo I argued on moral grounds of the unfairness of his act, and ho finally put out his hand and said. while tears started from his eyes: 'I'm glad to meet an honest man. Call my wife in.' His wife came in, and at his direction brought in a tin box, put it on a chair at tho bedside and went out. 'The insuranco policies aro in there some' whero. Tako them,' he said. I openod the box and took out 5524,000 in Govern ment bonds and then tho insurance pol icy. The business of releasing the com pany from all obligation being acconi' plished, I mot tho man's wife at the door and she wanted to know my bus! ness. I told hor. 'I'm glad of it,' sho said. 'I remonstrated at tho time the policy was obtained, but without avail Tho physician and the local agent of tho company aro bound to havo the money. My husband will dio in a few months without doubt. lie is a confirmed drunk ard.'" To Arouse a Tipsy Man. The best way to arouse a drunken man, says a St. Louis policeman, is to pinch him under tho arm. I found a fellow lying across tho track at Tenth and Morgan streets late ono night, and itsoomed impossible to arouse him flubbed him over tho soles of his feci and rolled and shook him, but ho lay as limp as a rag. Just then an old gentle man camo along and suggested that I pinch him undor the arms. The effect was electrical. I had him awake at once, un another occasion Sergeant Pierce tried the same experiment on a Bot at tho fourth district station, who was dolaying the black Maria. The man stood it for awhile and then suddenly oponod his oyc3 and dealt tho sergeant a blow that would have felled an ox. Tho treatment Is a deadsurothingj icvciies tiiQia OYerv .time Uismnrck's Superstition. " Princo Bismarck has a strong super stition concerning tho number throe, which ho considers has always played an Important part in his life. Tho arms of his family boar over , the motto, "In Trinitato Robur," threo trefoil loaves and threo oak loaves; all caricatures of him represent him with threo hairs on his head, ho has three children, Herbert, Wilhelm and Mario; ho has threo es tates, Frlodrichsruho, Varzin and Schon hausen; ho has fought in throe wars and signed threo treaties of peace; ho ar ranged tho meeting of the three Emper ors and established the triple alliance, Finally ho has undor him three political parties, tho conservatives, tho na tional liberals and the ultramontanes and he has served threo Gorman Emper ors. t A Transparent Fish. r A "lantern" fish was rocontly caught in the Columbia river although its proper home Is in the doep sea. .Its do culiarity is its transparency; by holding it up to tho light every bono can be easily counted. It has a reddish tinge, and this oro was about seven inchos long, although they have been caught in drag nots ott the coast that were eigh teen Inches long. R. G. 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Beta, dtctaard. also filed wltb ld application, and lor the ieiman.ee to him ol Ut ters teetanietitarj thereon. Notice la htreLy given that on Widtuaday the Srtih tUy or November, A U. lH9u,atlO o'clock a. u f that day or ao ooti tl ereafter aa aaid Court i in raaln. anld a plication will be beaid I y nid Court at tt.e Court-room thereof, in frid Uuiiily of IJncolu, at wi.ich time and plM-e all persi na interealed may ap pear and ci-uteet the Mtiue. J C KU.LY, i lrrk (4 fd Court, November 13, It On. Notice of Forfeiture. Aliltll- UK. HlK vjn fcre. 1111) MICH tl 1 or aKNt o You a'e h r ' . t II I il ai III eo-owtM r w t . t, ,i 1 1., in ti, aathe Al. K.irei. w i-h. i j. and l'o'-rii'Mi mini g .!. n. r ranaea- I.-l. vt .. t. ., United State I ... John P. Jonea Henatora I Wm. M. Stewart OouareBtnuan Justice Supreme Oourt ...II. F. Barttnn ....U.R- Blselow ....O. II. Belknap .M. A.Mnrnliv Governor .'. R . K. Colcord Lleuteuaul Governor . J. Poujade CI' Tit supreme Conrt JueJoaepua State Treasurer John F. Eagan Secretary of State , o. H. Grey State Controller R. P. Morton Attorney General ...,.J. D. Torreyeon surveyor General John K Jones State Printer Joseph E. Eckley Supt. Public Instructions. Orvls Ring A. E. Cheney - D. icJ"li "'" I A L. FltEKerald ( :U. F. Talbot Lincoln fount-. Judge District Court State Senator , .G.S Sawyer ( ..Geo. B. Vau Emon 1 W. It McFaiidan Sheriff K. 1). Turner Awtessor '. U. K. Freudonthal County Clerk J. o. Kelly Auditor and Recorder II. W. Turner District Attorney and ex-ufllelo School Superintendent.. ........T. J. Oel.orno Treasurer W.J. Dooley Public Administrator J. O. Gelabert L.Hvuhus County Oommissloncrs. J 0. B. Bill - ( . J. A. Conaway Piorhn Township. Assemblymen. Application for a Patent No. 901. United States Lad Orricc, Eureka, Nevada, November 10, A. D. 1800. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVtN THAT J. POl'JADE, whose postofneo address is Plorhe, Nevada, has this day tiled his applica tion for a pateut for fourteen hundrtd and eighty and nine tenth linear feet or the Hnrino- Mine lode or vein bearing silver, with surface grounu iwo Hundred feet in width, situated in ally ilinlng lltrlct, County of Lincoln and State of Nevada, and designated by the field notes aud official plat ou file iu this office a lot No. SI. The extetior boundaries of ld lot No. 61 being as follows, to wil : Commencing at the Discovery Monument of claim, being a voat 4x4. 4 feet 1 imr. marker) Ui. II 8 61. and from which a shait bout 82 feet deep hear 8 80 degrees W 17 feet, thence along center line of claim N 46 degrees IS min utes east, 80 feet to the mouth of Sarins Tun. nel on lines llUi feet a spring bears N 6 degrees SS minutes, ; 1U3 leet dlstatii ; 330 feet cross shaft; 71(1 feet to the uorth-astery end of center line of claim Returning to discovery, along center line or rlalm, H 60 degrees. Ill minutes W, 17 4 1U ffet. to too from underm-miml workings, & feet lo stops from underground workings ;7ti4 0-10 ft et to the southerly tud i f the center line of olaim; thence S 31 degrees, 07 miuules E 100 feet to 4x4, 4 fret long pine post marking the southwesterly corner of the location and marked "P No, I," 0 8 Survoy No 61, for corner No. I of claim; thence, 1st cuurse n at degrees, tri minutes w, 200 feet to no t No. 2, U b Survey No. 61; thence 2nd oourse, N Ml degrees, 10 minutes E, 'til 11-10 feet to post No. 3, OS Survey No. 61; thence 3d course, N 48 ueKieea, u tuiiiiiies JK, X'Jl) 7-IO feet to Bouthorn Dounnsry ol t tioa claim, u S Survey No 42 438 6-10 feet to northern boundary of said II t Survey No. 42, 717 feet to post No 4 D 8 Survey no oi wiience tue original location nionniuaut boars N 45 degrees E, 3 feel: Wheeler's Monu ment rstablisl ed by the II 8 Government in itu Denrs N 24 degree. 33 minutes W 116118-10 feet , and the corner common to sections 22, 23, an nd 27, Towiisul i On North. Rinse Sixtv. seven ka.-t. Mount Diablo base and Mer'-iun bears H 71 degree 69 minutes W. j4 feet: thence 4th course, 8 31 degrees, Ij7 min utes E. SOS 7-10 feet to Post No 6 D S Survey No 61; theuce Sth course H 45 d. green. 29 min ute West, 261 1-10 feet to easterly line of U 8 Survey No 42, Yuba lode, 311 3-10 leet to south erly line of sai lU 8 Survey No 41. Yuba lode 716 2-10 feet to no t No U U 8HurvevNo6l thence 6th oourse, 8 CO degrees 19 luinnle W it v-iu leel to post No 1 II 8 Hurvey No 51. Total area of ulaim. 0.760 sere Are In conflict with Yuba mine, U S Hurvey No 42 0 917 acres. Magnetio variation 15 dearees 65 minute East. Any and til persons claiming adversely any portion of said Spring lain- Lode, orsurfaoe ground, are required to file the r adverse claim with the Register of the United Slates una umce at Eureka, in the Mate of Nevada during the sixty day period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the iroviuiiiK oi me statute. J. P. DDNKLE. Keglster It Is hereby ordered that i ! foregon g notice ii appiieaitou it-r a i-ait'tit. lie. i-uiil.sl,ed f tne perl il or siiy day ., ten c-sis. r.utive w ek. ill the ll.MHt viiki.y K.roiiii. a tiewspts.r iMihll-lieit Pi k-Ii... Lincoln Coti ty Neve! Nov 22.101 J. P. I-'UNK'.K Register. Justice of the Peace Constable.. School Trustees. AI. Thorne Joun Jocbimsen C. E. Goodrich Jas. McF&dden ..Johu H. Cook ST. JOHNS UDGE NO. 18. F. &A. & MKETS THE FOURTH SAT unlay in t-auh month at Masonic Hull, on Lacixir Si. All visitinn- RrntliiT in troiiil Htamliim are invited to itttt ml. S. U. F,iiVAi:im Secretary. lit i ).S. SAWV2R, Attorney & Counseilor-at-law, Olllcet I.) ncl.'s Iti-t-k. PipfHENEVADA. J. SHERIDAN, BOOT and fQl SHOEMAKER, First door north of the Record office Nevada. Pioche, Repairing Promptly and Neatly Done. Application for a Patent No. 877. CNiTun States Land Oe-t-icK. Eureka, Nevsila. December 24. 1S87. NOT1CK IS IlEUEBY U1VKN THAT DANIEL l!one!li, whose uostollice address is lllo. ville, Lincoln couuty, Nevada, lias Ihi day filed hit application lor a ps'ent for thirieeu hundred limar leet of tho "North Divlslor Mormon" mluo or velu, bearing salt, with Bur face ground six hundred feet in width, situated In St. Thomas Minlug District, lonuly of Liu coin and State of Nevada und designated by the Held notes and official plat ou tile in tins olllco s lot number 30, in township 17 south, range 08 east of Mount Diablo Meridian, said lot No. iw ieingits lunows: Ui -Dinning at a post marked No. l.TJ. H. snr. vey N j. 38; thence running first course north, So deg east, 655 8-10 foot to intersect section line between sections 27 aud 34 west, 1752 4-10 feet irom secuon corner to sections 211, 27, 34 and 85, township 17 south, range t8 east. 1300 feet to poit marked No. 2. U. 8. survey No 38; thence second course south, U0 di g taut, et 0 feet lo post marked No. 8, D. S survev No, 8; thence third course sooth, 30 deg west, M7 3-10 feet intersect section line to section 27 slid 34 west 1068 6-10 feet from section corn, r to sections 20, 27. 34 sud 85, township 17 south, range 68 east, 13(H) feet to post marked No. 4, U 8. survey No. 38; thence fourth course north, CO d g wist, 70 feet lo post No. 4, 1). 8. lot 87, souih Division Mormon lode on line 600 feet to post No. 1, the place of beginning. Magnetic variation IB deg east containing 17 9n7 acres. The location of this mlue 1 recorded tirtlnr- neenrjer Office ol St. Thomas Mining District of Mining Records The adjoining claimaint are uuhm wn. Any and all peraons claiming adversely any portion of said North Division Mormon mine or surface ground are ri qnired to tile their adverse claims lth the Higistfrtif the United States Land office at kurela Nevsila. iu the State of Nevadi during the sixty days period of publl at ou hereof, or thi y will be barred by vlr ue of the j r.-vlsione of the Statute. D. U. rJ ALL, Register. It Ik hereby ordered, that the foregoing notice ol application forpatent be published for the period of sixty days, (ten consecutive weeks), in the Pioche Rkcobd, a weekly newspsper pub lished at Hoc e, Lincoln county. Nevada. Ju7-10l D II HALL. Register. worker.. Failure unknown anion m thun. NEW and WONIIKUH L. Kull narllonlare KIII.K. U.Uallett'o.,IoaB8e8TLAII,a.lv. Blank Lacmtlom at Tnl Office, Notices for Sat. State ol Ni made the n mebtinti, " ,i ni a to hold tl k. . r the Hcvl r ! lo ... the year A 1 Mi rom tu ; - ii i r i alien ex'-i uiilltif' claim auii-oi lit--. And II wt ' in M lion of thi- ( ti. !iinlerf.is.n.'d '1s t. r. hnowit Hln I. In k ' H..I in fall. 'b Cnlin Ilia Ii rloiii,. d the ikni.il re.. i t'll . I. raid sliofe aitlei.'l -v th ?n t eee. esry tt qui lit -, t ot, o;.2l of i' ti t I lte.il i. , . fin al d 'lis' lie an.iiii.il dm. I I I I't M. lie n .C'l-tH't tli uu : i".o for e.cl n i ll lo tie a- ui . J2-. -yl:s t.r I he publics. ..on 'e. or r-inse tovon- tribute your II i.e. i rh n . .u. h exi end I. ture as cu owi r, )onr Int. r-at Iu said claim will become the properly ol th subscriber nnder aaid section 2324. A. W. GEEB. Hiko.Nev., March 20, 1890. IN Tilt M Till TC-l'lir OF T11K8TATK OKNhVAlM. N NI K II Tim COUNTY til-' LI NCOS. Ill tt niutti" of the Kitiate ) .f J John Gust'U. tlecea ed. ) The attit feat ioi. of Jam McFaddun for lei ter of liul"l-irii..o iiikiu sai l .stste lnvii.g lie. u tiled in said C tnrt- N .ic is titrehv civt i. that tl.e said iplirs 'I u wrll b heard by sai l Court ou Wednesday, the tilth ila of lHeuill.r. A D. 1890, at 10 .. 'clt-ek A. H . of that day. or so soon thereafter s said Court may be iu sessiou, tl the Court luom of said Conrt, in Pioche, In said County of Lincoln, at which tint and place all parties Intonated may appear and contest the same. . J. 0. Kbxt, Nov. 22, 1890. Clerk of said Court. Cfiveftt. and Trade-! nrh nbtiilnpi. nnd all l at tint hnelnma conducted for f- l-p r c . 'S Our OfBcw I Onpcolic II. f. f ler' I See. Hid wo can secure iwient Inl llmothim thro; remote from Wnsliintrmr,. Send iiuhS'I. draw i titr or iil-oHt.. v it Ii deserln lion. e .n!vie. If patent:-! It i r not. free ci .-haree. Our fee not due t ii-ii.-m w secured f irrjt'lii. -llow to (il iiili: I'.iieins." wit) lame, of neual t-iionir In vm .rSDtie, neintv o lotvn, sent free. Adiiiesf ; C.A.SKOW&GO. Opposite Patent OtSce, Washington, D. C. JOB WORK dew with NtaM at th Bwsd Otsa. :r'v-.