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rBlTTTI EEKLT i PIOCHE, NEVADA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1891. NO. 18. VOL. XL. MOOED. EUGENIE IN 1870-71. I GOT EVEN WITH HER. j WOMEN WHO SOAR. I A Franch Bonk Wbtrh Profeeeea to Quota tli. Knipress and Blsinarek. A book concerning the Influence of the French Empress Eugenie upon the events of 1870-71 is about to be pub lished in Paris. According to ali tra ditions and history on the continent be yond the Vosges the Empress was so eager for the war that after the Emperor had torn up in the ministry a copy of the declaration of war she aroused him from his bed at midnight and persuaded him to sign another copy. The author of the now book, who calls himself De Lano and claims to have been very near to the Empress in the critical days, says this tradition is all false, and that the Empress and Emperor were very appre hensive of the results of the war before the decoration Vas 'made, "CcRh knew all about the strength of the Prussian army and the temper of the leaders of the Prussian state. June 26 one of Na poleon's agents wrote him from Carls bad, and De Lano says he possesses the '.etter, as follows: "I have just oome from dinner with the King of Prussia, Bismarck, Man teuffel, etc. They all belong, body and soul, to the reaction, and every one knows how viciously such examples as theirs would work. Manteuffel speaks exclusively of 'alliances of Kingsngainst the whole democratic canaille of the chambers,' and desires a return to the absolute patriarchal despotism. As I raised the question of money he shout ed: 'The best wars are waged without money. Let us only begin, and in a couple of months we will be in Paris.'" De Lano also reproduces a letter Iron Eugenie concerning Qambetta, of whom the Empress said: "This raving man ap pears to wish to substitute the wildest agitation for the systematic organization that is so much needed." The Empress' state of mind previous to November 30 is mirrored in these sentences from her own pen: "They say that the negotiations for an armis tice have been broken off. I regret this most sincerely, although, ot course, the convening of the National assembly now would be the worst , iblng for us, Blnce It would Immediately resolve to dethrone us. 1 am entirely filled with the desire, however, to see the country enjoying the peace It needs so much. I also fear that the conditions of peace are continually be coming harder. But what can be done when the people are being filled with a feeling of lately by an organized plan of deception? I am jo sad. I ha ve hardly the courage to hope." As to the prospect of giving up the provinces, the Empress wrote: "When you see I make him under stand that it will be for the benefit of Germany not to insist on an annexation of territory, which would be the cause of war after war." A Small Boy' Trio oa an Kld.r Sister Who Had Slighted Hliu. That was a mean joke playod on a young lady of AYashington avenue the other evening by a small brother, says the St. Louis Republic. She bad refused to let him go with her for a horseback ride one day. and he spitefully told her he would "get even with her." She had a habit of carrying in her pocket a little silver and gilt powder puff box, and when she feels that hor nose needs a touching with the puff she slides it out carefu'-ly .nd under her corsage handkerr chief it reaches the dainty features and swiftly and hidden performs its mission. The small boy knew this (small boys are born detectives on older sisters), and he procured somo cigar ashes, and, seeking his ststerVpowder puif cast, it was the work of one small moment to empty out the white powder and All tho case with cigar ashes. That night the young lady attended a performance at the Olympic During tho performance her nose began to feel "un powdery," so she whisked the caso out of her pocket to give the usual secretive touch with the puff behind her hand kerchief. A moment later she was smiling serenely in her escort's face, and he his expression was simply in describable; horror, amazement, sur prise, all blended in one concentrated glance at the upturned face. "There is something wrong," ho mut tered. "Youryour nose is is gray- decidedly gray." The member in question on the pretty face received a dooided upward turn as she exclaimed: "My nose is not gray. What do you mean, sir, by yoir insult?" "But but it It really is gray de cidedly gray deucedly gray; oxcuse the expression tho grayest 1 ever saw in my life." "You are Insane, sir; please take mo home." And she roso with a haughty gesture. Together they loft the theater, but, womanlike, passing the mirror near the entrance, sho took a sly glance at her reflection. Horrors! She paused. "Why, you are right," sho gasped; "my nose is gray. What can it be? Oh, that wretched boy!" Tho small boy got his revenge but he goes to a distant Al lege early next week. FATHER'S PINNER. Th Two Orphans Never Delivered It to i. Their Best Friend on Earth. I It was in the C, H. & D. depot in Cin cinnati one day when one of the men employed to oil the cars as they came In accidentally fell under the wheels of a moving coach and had his right leg and hip crushed in a horrible manner. He was picked up, says the New York Sun, and laid on some coats spread on the platform and a doctor was soon on hand. He must have suffered intensely, but after the doctor had examined hita he coolly asked: "Doctor, how bad is if "Very bad, indeed." "Will I live?" "Not more than ten minutes; you are bleeding to death." "What time is it, Jim?" asked tho man of a fellow employe. "Eleven fifty-five," was the answer. ' "The children will bring my dinner at sharp twelve. Some of you go and atop them. They mustn't see me die Poor, motherless children orphans, now." I went to the door with others, and we were just in time to stop a boy of eight and a girl of six from coming in. Each had hold of the handle of a basket containing father's dinner, and they were smiling in anticipation of the greeting they would roceivo. We sent them away with a false story about his having gone homo, and the eyes of both were filled with tears of disappointment' The echo of their footsteps could still be heard on the pavement when the f a thar breathed his last. HIS VIEWS ABOUT IT. The atr Sex It Not What It Was Thirty or Forty Years Ago. Tho most notable advances made in re cent years havo been by women, says the Pittsburgh Commercial Gazette. They have risen so rapidly that there is danger of them coming down like the stick that goes up with the rocket. Women aro not like they used to be. In somo respects the change has been for tho better and in some it haan t. An old bachelor, writing on this phase of tho subject, says: '.'Things were different whon we were boys. In those distant days women were mostly angels. Nowadays women are mostly journalists, clerks, type writers and medical students. The male person thinks it is better to be an angel than. a modical student; but the ladies do not caro a bit what the male person thinks. At least, so thoy say, and it would bo rudo to disbelieve them. "When we wore boys tho girls were all anxious to get married. Nowadays they aro too proud to get married, and too highly cultured to take babies seri ously. What they want is to get di vorced, i "When wo were boys tho girls used to stay at home and darn our socks and sew buttons on our shirts. Nowadays tho girls rido on tho outside of 'buses, and look angry when male persons smoke. Not so long sinoe an advanced lady tumbled off tho top of a 'bus into tho street and got somo mud on hei frock, and the male persons said it was a judgment on her for not riding Inside." The probabilities aro that women will oontinue to soar for somo time to come, and may oven attempt to establish pet ticoat rule in church and state, as well as -in society, but the result will be as 11 always has been heretofore. ' In tho course of time, howeve'r, thej will come down and agree to make a fait divide of the duties and responsibilities of life. This may not occur for a hall a century or more, but it will come by and by. Let her soar, and let her reign and ruljo to her heart's content. She will tiro of it sooner if you let her have hoi own way than if you fight hor. She loves man too well and is too proud oi tho man sho loves to tyrannize over him , very long. When sho does return to earth she will probably settlo down to housekeeping and homo-building. . The Pioche Weekly Record aper, riVfclil3.eS. Every Saturday BY T. J. OSBORNE. Newsp MISCELLANEOUS- Subscribe for it and Send it to Your Friend. An Eloquent Candidate for the Stat. Legislature Hakes a Bad Urealc A few years ago a gentleman who had received a nomination in his county for the State Legislature was billed with other, prominent, speakers to open the campaign in a rousing mass-meeting at the county seat. He was, according to the American Tribune, an eloquent speaker on ques tions in the abstract, logical in argu ment, profound in history, but woefully Ignorant of tho current nows of tho day. lie seldom glanced at a newspaper. It was at a time when the celebrated Beecher-Tilton trial was in progress, yet it is doubted if the candidate had ever road that there were such persons liv ing. Tho day arrived and with it an immense throng of the sturdy yoemen of the country. The orator, as usual, be gan to descant upon agricultural griev ances. He went from one proposition to another until his listeners became tired. His eloquence was wasted and there was a disposition to chaff him. Finally, a man with a stentorian voice shouted: "What we want to know, and know explicitly, is how you stand on this Beecher-Tilton trial." For an Instant tho orator was non plussed. Ho know no more about the matter than an Ashantee chief. He felt that a critical moment in his career had arrived. It was necessary that an an swer should bo mado promptly. Gather ing himself to his full height he calmly surveyed his audience, and then said: "I havo not thoroughly studied the question, but I think if tho people want it, they ought to bo allowed to havo it." Tor an instant there was silence, then the applauso was deafening, but tho orator failed to soenro a seat in tho Legislature DRUG STORE. JOHN SHIER, Druggist mil Apothecary, PURE DRUGS, Choicest Toilet Articles, PATENT MEDICINES and STATIONERY. MISCELLANEOUS. The Record Is the only newspaper published in South-Eastem , Nevada and represents the Interests or a vast sec . ti on of rich mineral oountry, soon to be opened up by a line of railroad. " 1 TBE LARGEST STOCK Of FIRST QUALITY FRESH OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Halted Slates Otruuim, President Benjamin Harrison VIm President Levi P. Mcrtor Secretary of State Juki O. Blaine Secretary of Treasury Wm. Window Secretary ot War .....Richfield Proctor Secretary ot Navy B. F. Tracy PuHtmaeter-General John Wannamaker Secretary ot Interior 1. W. Noble A turner Reneral W.H. Miller Secretary of Agriculture J. M. Buck State f Mevada. ' United State! I John P Jonea Senator I Wm. M. Stewart Congressman H.J1. Bartine I B. R- Blgelow Justice Supreme Court ! O. H. Belknap i ,.m. A.murpny Governor .,.R. K. Oolcord Lieutenant jrorernor J. Pout ad e Clerk supreme Court ..Joe Joaepba State Treasurer. . John F. Began secretary of mate o. H. Orey State Controller K. P. Norton Attorney Oeoenl... . ..... ,.,..J. D. Torreyson Mnrveyor ueneral John K Jonea State Printer Joseph B. ickley Supt. Publio Instructions Orvis King I A. K Cbeeey Dlatrlct Jndiea Klchard Rising uistrict jnages. h Fitzgerald ( O. r Talbot Lincoln Coaaty. Judge Dlatrlct Court O. F. Talbot State senator.... , 0. 8 Bswer i...n.hi.K.n Geo. B, Van Etnon Asssmblymen. j W. h McFadden Sheriff ... K. D.Turner A aerator H. K. frendenthel Oounty Clerk ..J. O.Kelly Auditor and Recorder B. W. Turner District Attorney and ex.officio School Superintendent , T. J. Orborne Treaaurer W.J. Dooley Publio Administrator J. O. Oelaert L. Syphua O. B. Uall J.A. Conaway Pioche Towmahlp. Vost Yourself on its Mineral Wealth and Resources. THE LOCAL DEPARTMENT GARDEN & FLOWER SEEDS Bver Braatht lata The Coaaty Has Just beam Received, And Will beSold at Moderate Prices. of the paper will receive particular attention and the 1 1 HaVB " H Complete StOCr. Of MAY BE WASHED OUT Dyspeptic to Have a F re all Start If a Meal Be Mot Digested. During the past several years physi cians have tried, with gratifying success, a novel treatment for dyspepsia and can cer of the stomach by washing out the stomach. The process is very sim ple and not dangerous. A long, flexible pipe is passed down tho throat until one end is in the stomach. The upper end has a funnel attached, into which hot water is poured until tho stomach is filled. Tho weight of tho water iir the pipe and funnel gives a hydraulic pres sure sufficient to slightly distend tho MINING NEWS of this and adjaoent mineral dlstriots will be full and oomplete. Job Printing Department. Spectacles and Eye Glasses. Yam Can Ale Bay of He a GOOD CIGAR. JOHN SHIER. Justice of the Pesos Constable..... School Trustees. IE ... ... Al. Thome ..John Jochimsen .. O. B. Goodrich ...Jaa. McFadden ....John K.Cook ST. JOHN S LODGE NO. 18. F.&A. M.. y MEETS THE FOURTH SAT iCjt. urday in each month at Masonio Hall, on Lacour St. All visiting Brothers in gnod standing are invited to attend. S. D. Euwauds Secretary. GEO. S. SAWYER, Attorney & Cotinsellor-aUaw, Office l Lynch'. Block, PIOOHH NEVADA. We have an excellent assortment nf t.yPP, Wd ra, staJ 'toffloo. Main U. Pioche, Key. tionery, and the Application for a Paten t Best Presses, sure sufficient to slightly distend the , x. I faJOTICE '8 stomach. The pipe has an aperture big and are prepared to execute all orders in this line, either li poujade. t i.u i a !i t. I 11 . . . t I riocne, nevede. in plain or iancy worK at. i, WESt ERN CIVILITY. A Neat Compliment Paid a Pretty Girl by t. a Bashful Cowboy. I Here ia a very neat little story, from the St. Louis Republic) Illustrative oi the fact that even the wild and woolly West can produce a natural-bom Ches terfield upon occasion. At a party given last winter was a bashful cowboy, who had not been in civilized society for sev eral years. He was a good-looking fel low, and one of the young ladies pres ent kindly took an Interest in him and tried to make him feel at ease. He fell desperately In love at onoe and the hostess noticing this encouraged him all she could. In leaving the house the young lady who had taken a friendly Interest in the cowboy forgot her over shoes, and the hostess told the young Lochinvar from the plains that he might return them to the girl if he wished. The herder leaped at the chance, and presented himself in due time at tho young lady's house. She was surprised to see him but greeted him cordially. "You 'forgot your overshoes last night," aid he awkwardly, handing her the package, -mn ..JL1 thanked ' him and opened it. "By, there's only one overshoe here," she exclaimed. "Yes, Miss , Baia the blushing vacquer, earnestly, I'll bring round the other one to-morrow, and I only nu hi uow, sum, mat you were a centl pede.'LipreartsatWmBi- A Marriage) of the Dead. A Chinese girl, recently deceased, was married to a dead boy in another village. It not infrequently happens that the son in the family dies before he is mar ried, and that it is desirable to adopt a grandson. Tho family cast about fot somo young girl who also died recently, and a preposition is made for the union of tho two corpses in the bonds of matri mony. If it is accepted there isa com bination of a wedding and a funeral, in tho process of which the deceased bride is taken by a large number of bearers to tho comotery of the other family and laid bes'.do her husband. In this case tne real motive lor the ceremony wa tho desire to have a showy funeral at the expense of another family. enough to hold a lead pencil. After tho stomach has been filled the funnel end of the pipe is turned down until it is lower than tho bottom of the stomach, and the stomach is emptied as a barrel of any fluid is emptied through a siphon. The process may bo ropeated several times. The result is that tho undigested food and mucus are washed out, and the hot water closes the blood vessels, and reduces inflammation. The relief is im mediate. " Tho dyspeptic may have his stomach washed out before a meal, so that he can tako a fresh start. After the lapse ot a sufficient time - for ordi nary digestion, the stomach may be washed out again. The process, says tho Now York Sun, has been in use at ,tho Now York Hos pital for some time. Tho stomach pump has been mainly used in cases of poison ing, and is considered to bo the first es sential before administering antidotes, but they aro so seldom used that fen physicians have them. , Recently in a case of poisoning threo prominent phy-. sicians woro applied to for the uso of a stomach pump, and neither of .them had one, and tho patient had to bo taken "to tho hospital. R. G. Schofield Pioche, Nevada. Ho. SOI. Uhitid Statbs Laitd Omot, Eureka, Nevada, November 10, A. D. 180. HEREBY GIVIN THAT J. wboee postofflce addrees'la has this day filed bis aPDliea- tlon for a patent tor fourteen hundred and REASONABLE PRICES. Call on us for anything in the way of Posters, Hand- Dins, programmes, beixer neans, did neau, Business cards. Shipping tags, En velopes, etc., etc. Satisfaction, guaranteed in all cases. OFFICE IN THE MASONIC BUILDING, LA0O0R STREET A Typical Ilrltlah Joke. - Here is a typical British joke, culled '-om the brightest ot the London week lies: i i I "DKr Mamma: Mr. Postlcwatte has asked me to be bis wife and I have accepted him. What do yon say t Your own Agnbs." ii. "Mr Dahltoo Agoii: Mr. Postlewolte hasn't a penny and won't have till bis grandfather dies. Are you really in earnest! Mamma." in. "Dearest Mamma: OI course I'm in earnest, t's tbe old gentleman wbo wants me to marry tlmt I didn't mean tbe young one. acmes." rxoiirj3Eirt. ;-. Livery Stable, MEADOW VALLEY STREET, Pioohev Nevada Fetched Him at Last. ' An Annlston (Ala.) man killed another twenty years ago. lie was ar rested at the time, but his trial bus beca continued from time to time, and lasl week he was sentenced to a term of one .year for his deed. JOSEPH COOK. : ' " PBdPBIXTOK. CON8TAL? ON HAND Short not lc, AND TO LET ON Teams, Buggies and ; ... AT LOW RATES. 2 Stock Boarded by tbe day or week and eare. iuj jy KrowujTO. ' N THE DISTRICT COURT OF TBE BTATR OF NEVADA. IN AND FOB THE COUNT! i OF LINCOLN. In the matter of tbe Estate ) of I L. P. Bets, deceaaed, ) Application bavins been made and Bled la the office of tile Clerk of the said Court, by Henry W.Turner, for the probate of tbe will of Lotus r. lietz, deceased, also nied wltn said application, and rortue Issuance to bltn of let ters testtmentsri thereon Notice is hereby glnn thai on Widmsdsy the 2lh dny of November. A D. IMKI.atlO o'clock A, u. t that day or an eoon thereafter as said Court ie ill session, mid a) plication will be heard h raid Court at tte Court-room thereof, in raU County of Lincoln, at wulch lime and plnce all eiHiina tutertateil may ap. near auo corneal l tit name., . 10 KKLI.V i November 1 I'P-'. llerk ol said LVurt .1V Notire of Forfe.ture. Watchmaker and Jeweler i Terms: Strictly CASH to everynna . rranchomceatDooleys Dry eools alo e, flocks Water Oo't Cffloe tower Main St. 5ft Hiwir ttttta FORTIUS aava been mattatwMK (trw,DJ Anna rage. Aiwiin, i.sae,Bna jno. wmn, i -ledo, Ohio. Baa eat. Othertan tin linRaawall. Why not jour. Borne vara over eeuv. w a monin. i ou can do the work and Ilea at home, wherever yon are. Even befionrr. are aaaily aarnine AM Sa to $lu nday.Allasea. Weebowyoabow and .tart eou. Can work In aitaro tlmaora)fthaena.B)s aeoney lor worefe.allure unknown anions NEW and WonnruFIIL. Vull narUanlaie FhT.l;. M.llullett t.'o., Ifeax rO1L.l,BllM:. Blank ' Location at This once. Kotlcee for Sa.e ii.i J.X.ii..i...' -.; 5,w -A. IMtCDAI'f.jAilttO-Siv.llIS flR.S'lEr". orasnUue: ton aie hi r t f . t.l.fli .1 11 at the nriderntitnt'd co-owner wmIim.u in ll.e iniuina rl.m.a known ssthc Alps. Putest . W.nulchiipper Ulack Jack and Prormen mum ft cla nu, ei nalert In fan ranaual Mit tun IMiteU-t Llr.coln County, State ot Ntv..' ha. n.rfmmed tbe work and made the ne-'rii .t expni1iturea ou aatd above mentioned ,'li.iiit. ai.d each of lh uu necessary to bold tbe name a reqnl: ert by Section 2824 of the Bevlaed "talli ca of the Ui ited States for the year A D IHH'.t, and that the amount due from yon. your iyri iitei . or a aina, ou account otanch expenditure Ihe mu of f Ml for eack claim, emiiiiiiitiJK " tbe sum of 1230. And II witbin ninety days after the publica tion of tut iiotice, you fall or refuse to con tribute your said pr pcrliou i f .ni b expendi ture aa co owner, your Interest In eald claims will become Ibe property of the subscriber under ssiu section i3it. A.W. QEEB Hlko,Nsv., March 30, 1890. eighty and nine-tenths linear feet of the Spring nine lode or vein oeartng silver, with surface ground two hundred feet in width, situated in Ely Mining District, County of Lincoln and State of Nevada, and designated by the field notes and official plat on file In this office as lot no. ot. The exterior boundaries of said lot No. 51 being aa follows, to wit: uonunenoing al the Discovery Monument of claim, being a poet i4, 4 feet long, marked Dls. U 8 B SI. snd from which a sbait about ti feet deep beers B SO degrees W 17 feet, tbenoe along center line of claim N 45 degrees IS min utes east, su feet to tne mouth of spring Tun nel on line; ISA feet a spring bears N a degree. SS minute., E; 103 feet distant; 350 feet croaa abaft; 716 feet to the northeaatery end of center line of claim, tteturning to discovery, along center line of claim, B SO degree., 19 minute. W, 197 4 10 feet, to atop, from underground working.. 890 feet to atop, from underground wor nogs; ine -iu teei to in. aoutneriy end oi tb. oenter line of claim: thence 8 31 desree.. 07 minutes E 100 feet to a 4x4, 4 feet long pin. poai marxing tne aoutnwesteny corner of the location ano marsea "r no. 1. u H survey no SI, for corner No. 1 of claim; these., 1st course N si degrees, 07 minute, w, aoo feet to poit No, 1, U 8 Survey No. 61; tbenoe Snd course, N 60 degrees, is minutes a. 764 K-10 feet to post No. 3, OB Survey No. 61; tbenoe 3d course, N 45 degrees, in minutes e 7-10 feet to southern Boundary 01 I una olalm, U S Survey No 42; 438 5-10 feet to northern boundary ot said D B Survey No. 41, 717 feet to post No 4 C 8 Survey no 01 wnence in. original location monument oean n to aegrees a feet: wneeiers monu meet .stsbltsbed bv tb. C B Government in lev J Dears n 24 a agree., as minute. W 1166 s-10 feet , and the corner common to sections W, S3, M and 27. Township One North. Bans Sixty. aeveu a.sw, aiouni viaoio Dane and nertdan been B 71 degree. 68 minutes W, 844 feet: thence 4th course, B 81 degree.. C7mln utes E, 2U6 7-10 feet to Post No 6 US Survey No 61; thesoe 5th eonrse B 46 degrees. 29 min utes West, 261 1-10 feet to easterly line of U 8 survey no s-j, xuoa iooe, sit s-iu I eel to aoum erly line of said U 8 Survey No 42, Tuba lode 716 2-10 feet to pot No V 8 Survey No 61. thence 6th course, 8 60 degrees 1 minutes W to v-iu 1 eei 10 post no 1 u B mirvey no L low area 01 cisim, d.ymi seres Area In conflict with Yuba mine. U B Survey No 41 0.917 scree. Magnetic variation 16 degrees 66 minutes set. Any and all parson elalmina adversely an portion of said Spring Mine Lode, orsurfsc ground, are required to Hi. their adverse claims with the Begtster of the United State. Lanaume.atKureia.in the State or Nevada during the alxtv day. period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtu, of the provision, of tb. Statute. l.t. DUNKLE, Register. It Is hereby otdered that tbe foregoing notice of application for a patent, be publtatied f.-r the peri' d of aiaty day, ten cuMntlv. week, In tbe Piocns kkklt B.coao, a newspaper pnbllahed at Piucbe, I.iuooln Omi.ty Nevada nnv.xi-iut t. r. luski.k Kegiater. J. SHERIDAN, BOOT and SHOEMAKER, Pint door north of tb. Record office. Ftocbe. Nevada. Repairing Promptly and Neatly Done. Application for a Patent No. 877. TJmitkd Statu Land Ornrx. Eureka, Nevada, December 24, 1887. NOTICE IB HEREBY OIVEN THAT DAN I EL Boneill, whose poetoffloe address la Rio ville, Lincoln county, Nevada, baa thla day Bled b la application for a patent for thirteen hundred linear feet of tbe "North Divisior Mormon" mine or vein, bearing salt, with sur face ground six hundred feet in width, situated in St. Thomsa Mining District, County of Lin coln snd State of Nevada and deslgnsted by tbe neia notes ana omcial plat on nle In this orace as lot number 38, In township 17 south, range 68 east of Mount Diablo Meridian, said lot No. 88 being as follows: Beginning st a post marled No. 1, u. . sur vey No. 88; thenoe running first course north, 30 deg east, 665 8-10 feet to Intersect section line Between sections 27 and 34 west, 1762 4-10 feet from section oorner to sections 26, 27, 34 snd 35, township 17 south, range 68 east, 1300 feet to post marked No. 2, D. 8. snrvey No. 88; thence second oourse soutn, bo dec east, sou feet to post marked No. 3, TJ. 8. survey No, 88; thence third eenns south, 30 deg west, 807 8-10 feet intersect section line to sections 27 and 34 west 106V 6-10 feet from section corner to sections 26. 27, 34 and 36, township 17 south, range 68 east, 1800 feet to post marked No. 4, U. 8. aurvey No. 88; thence fourth oourse north, 60 deg west, 70 feet to post No. 4, V. 8. lot 87, South Division Mormon lode on line 600 feet to post No. 1, tbe place of beginning. Magnetic variation 18 deg eaet containing 17 907 acres. The location of thia mine I. recorded In the Recorder's Office of St. Thomss Mining District of Mining Records. The adjoining clalmalnts an unknown. Any and all persons claiming advenely any portion of ssld North Division Mormon mine or surface ground are required to file their adverse claims with the Register of the United Btatea Land Office st Eureka. Nevada, in the State of Nevada during the sixty dsys period of publl cation hereof , or they will be barred by virile of tbe provisions ot tbe Statute. D.H.HALL, Register. It Is hereby ordered, thst tbe foregoing notice of application for patent be published for tb. period of aixty day., (ten oonaeontive weeksl, in the Pioche Baooan, .weekly new. paper pub lished at Pioche, Lincoln county. Nevada. Jan7-10t D H HALL, Register. IS THE M-THI TO'linr UK TITE STATE I Of NVAIA, N a.Nfl Ki KTIlE OOUNTY F LlNl!ON. In tbe matte, of tl.e Estate of John (1 nali 11, deceased. The application of Jame. McFadden for let- ten of aduitulstratioa upon said estate having been filed in said Court - Notice ia hereby given that the said applica tion will be beard by said Court on Wedneedey, Ibe 10th day of December, A. D. 1890, at 10 o'clock a. a. of that day, or ao aoon thereafter a. said Court may b. In session, at tbe Court Roa ! said Court, in Plocbs, In said County of Llnooln, at which time and place all parties Interested may appear and oonteat th. same. J. O. Kbixt, Nov. 22, 1890. fllerk of said Court. IB unit 1.)! 1'.' Caveats, and Trade-Jtnrks obtnltiei'. eni Duaines. conducted uir 8c(t' r...c 1 . Oar OMc Is Opposite U. S. P tep I f ce. ' nu we can secure patent iule 1 line tiimi tin)' remote from WaehinmoL. Send model, drawing or photo.. 'tli fccrj; lion. We advise, if patentuMn ft nut. lieu i 1 charge. Our fee not due till 11:110111 i -i ure t. A Pamphlet. "How to Olitnln INtimii!." u.M karnes of actual clients inyiuirS:,at'. i'miiiy,o. town, sent tree. Adore.." C.A.CNOW&CQ. Opnaitt Patent Office. Wathinotcn. 0. C. JOB WORK iaa. with N.ata.ea at ia. Reeara" Oanee.