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Pioche Weekly Record.
Pnbbahftl v?ty Rat unity by ; T. T . O 8BO n. tat E. Fropriotor, OFFICE: MASONIC BPILDINO, LACOITR STREET. , TERMS: fnbiertptlor. One Year, by Mall S rtubscriptlon. Six Months $3 Nene Forward till Paid For. Aivertlstnf rates fonlahed npon application at the office. Entered at the Postofftce at Pioche, Nevada, aa Second-Class matter. Ol fl STREETS AGAIN. If anything is to be done to aecure oleanlineis and respectability for our streets, alleys and backyards during the coming summer and to avert a threat ened aeige of sickness from fever etc. now is the time to act. We suggest that the law providing for the government of towns and cities in this state be adopted in part. It provide that the County Commissioners, on petition signed by a majority of the residents of a town and representing at least three fifths of its taxable property may, define boundaries in the town within which they will ex ercise jurisdiction and may provide among other things by ordinances for grading, cleaning, widening etc. or other improvement of streets and alleys, and for the construction, repair and preserva tion of sidewalks; define what things shall be deemed nuisances and for the punishment, prevention and removal of the same etc. To prevent, punish and restrain disorderly conduct in the town, etc. together with many other things. To raise funds for this purpose the Hoard of Commissioners are authorized to levy a tax on the property within the town limits prescribed not to exoecd one and ono half per cont. and this tax is to be levied at the time of making the an nual tax levy and is to bo collected at the same time and in the same manner. This law also provides for the main tenance of police, a paid fire department, etc., but we mention only those evils which it appears to us should be first re moved. ' The first objection urged against this proposition will be the in crease in taxes but the tux to each will be so small as to amount to nothing. Our present fire tax of ono tenth of ono por cent amounts to about 25 cents per bead of our population. Double this sum only, and it will produce revenue enough to start on tho street movement and will insure good results. It is doubtful if thero is a town or village within 50d miles of us whose streets are as dirty and filthy as ours. The same conditions in a lower altitude would quickly breed disoase and death, and that they do not here is attribu table to the altitude and dryness of our climate. But the practice of dumping all kinds of filth and slops in the street was never so bad as it has been for sev eral months pat, and it cannot be con tinued until warm weather without jeo pardizing the health of the whole com munity. The Board of Commissioners will make the tax levy for the current year at their next meeting and any petition bearing on this matter should be presented to them at that time, Some people are hard to pluaae. When the papers were full of the doings of Speaker Reed, at the last session of Congress, the democrats kicked like males because be was doing too much; now that the House is quiet and the Speaker does not find it necessary to squelch two or three obstreporous demo crats every day the same people are kicking and sneering booause Mr. Reed ii doing nothing to keep himself before the public. Don't worry gentlemen. Speaker Reed is all right, and just as fully prepared to knock out any Gllibus , tering democrat as he ever was, but the members of that party have learned something by their past experience and are no ways anxious to tackle the big man from Maine. We predict that Mr. Reed will make a greater reputation as the leader of the Republican minority in the House of the Fifty-second Congress than than he has gained as Speaker of the present House. He is great as a" presid ing officer, but greater, in our opinion, as a fighting lender on the floor of the house. - The democratic editors should hold a caucus for the purpose of getting together in their ideas, particularly as regards the tariff. One of them says in his paper: " tVe talk a great deal about protection nowaday!, but it ia mostly bluff and bun combe. The genuine article is not known to this generation of Americans'' while another says: "The McKinly bill carries protection to aa extreme never before dreamed of by. its most radical ad vooate." Both of these editors cannot be right, in fact neither of them are, but the quoted language serves for specimens of the Ignorance displayed in writing upon this very important subject. Secretary Blaine has been sued in bis official capacity by the Dutch Consul at Glasgow for $123,000 for State and Con federate States joint bonds, issued by the Southern State and which were pro claimed void .by Secretary of State Sew ard. The principal point will be, that as none of the Southern States were out of the Union at the time, Secrotary Seward had no authority to make such a procla mation. ' A free coinage bill is regarded as sure to pass the Senate. There is a good ma jority in that body, in , favor of it; but it is believed that any such measure will be buried in the house; though Congressman Bartine says there is a good free coinage majority there, who are only waiting for a chance to pass a free coinage bill and afford the President an opportunity to veto it if he dares. The first step towards putting our coast and harWs in a condition to re sist foreign attack were, like everything else of value in legislative way, for the last thirty years, t d en by republicans, and now that the gcod work has fairly begun there should I e no cessation until it is completed. t . The New York Herald has recently been giving Mr. H.mimou some editorial "taffy" which IkuIps no good to Mr. Harrison, to l. m e commend the an cient adage "JStuare i f the Greeks, who come bearing gtf.g." ' ' ' : Emma Abbott, the prima dona who died at Salt Lake lust week, desired that her body In crmVc1, and her ashes placed in the tm owr Iter husband's grave. Her body ill probably be cre mated at Pittsburg 1 The idea of Canada buying Alaska from the United Stub is absurd in view of the fact that it h only a question of time when Canada itself will become, willingly or unwillingly, a part of the United States. Republicans are not worrying about Behring's Sea mattrrn; they know that American interests are in capable hands and that they will be well taken care of. Republican Senators are proving their ability to riue to the necessities of the occasion in the most practical manner that is, by doing it. The Farmers Alliance people are act. ing just like a successful political party they are splitting up into factions. . Dead Indians come high this eeieoa, but tho country demand them at any price. .''! HT1TKAM) TOAST. Edison's phonographs are on exhilii. tion in Virginia City, ' The Journal thinks Reno's new 8100. 000 hotel will be built next summer, ; Fat cattle and sheep are still abun dant in Nevada abundant and cheap. Travel on the Central Pacific is lighter than it has been in any time in two years. J, B. Foils has constructed on Indian Creek in Humboldt county, a dam 20 ft. high and 500 feet in length. A new paper, the Ulnlt Valley Oa:itte, has been started at Provo, Utah. This gives that town three newspapers. Thirteen hundred men are said to be employed in tho mines and mills of Park City," Utah, their average wages being $.1.25 per day. Trenmor Collin, one pi Carson's lead ing attorney's, is said to be in a precar. ions condition in San Francisco. It is his old leg trouble, j Some lunatid in Washington figures out that the United States is beginning to decay and that the loss of population indicates that it is beginning in Nevada. Frank X. Murphy, of White Pine county, will be the only lawyer in the Nevada Assembly, and will, of course, be Chairman of the Judiciary Commit tee. The tax levy for 1891, of White Pine county, was fixed by the Board of Com missioners at their last meeting at 9.1.75 on each $100 valuation the same as last year. The Indians in and around Pocatello, Idaho, are gathering and the citizens of that town fear an attack,' The Gover nor has sent 200 rifles and ammunition to the plaee for its protection. Five hundred people attended an in dignation meeting at Riverside, Cal., called to protest against the action of W. A. Hayt, who is building Chinese quarters on the best street in the city. , The Savage Mining Company is threatened with a suit to recover 19$ feet of the Savage mine. , The claim is made by M. W. Fox, of San Francisco, who bought up an old claim. The Com. pany say the claim will not lie noticed. Since the publication of the statement that Senator Stanford would give a Cali fornia dinner to President Hariison, numerous telegrams have been received in Washington from all over California, offering everything, from flowers, fruits and w ines to asparagus, peas and new potatoes. ( The steamer "Clyde," moored at a Vancouver wharf with a cargo of lime, caught fire the other , day and it was found necessary to flood her with water. The lime expanded, and in doing so raised the deok and bulged the aides out until the vessel lost her symmetry. It will take several thousand dollars to re pair her. .,. t Tho 2.10th dividend of the Idaho Miu ing company at Grass Valley, was de clared on Monday, amounting to $ti,200. No other mino on the Pacific Coast, or on the continent, has ever paid as many dividends, and but few gold mines have yeilded as large amount of gold bullion, as its product has reached about $11,000 000, of which amount $4,820,000 has been paid in dividends. Notwithstandig that Beaver has three (team saw mills of large capacity, all of which are now filling contract for min ing timber fur the Horn Silver mine at Frisoo, yet they seem to lie unable to supply the extraordinary demand now existing at that mine, for that class of lumber, and a contract for an additional 100,000 feet of lumber has recently been awarded to Parowan parties. Utonian It is nice to live in a town where ev erything goes with a ru-li ami improve ments arc going on in every quarter but it has to lie paid for. livery business man in Seattle is now to lie required to take out a license, the cost of which will range from $40 to $400. The financial needs of the city make the tax a neces sity. - A Chinaman at San Bernardino one day last week went to a Deputy United States Marshal and made a confession to the effect that he had illegally entered this country from Mexico. An investiga tion wasmade, and it was found that the Mongolian had lived in San Bernardino aeven years. He wanted to return to China, and adopted this method of hav. ing his fare paid by the United States Government. The scheme didn't work. The four District Judges met at Car son last week and took the oath of of fice. They districted the State which the law makes one district and were as signed as" follows: Rising Storey, Ormsby, Lyon, Douglass and Esmeralda, residence at Virginia City t Fitzgerald Kureka, Nye. and Lander, residence at Eureka; Cheney Washoe, Humboldt and Churchill, residence at Reno; Talbot Elko, White Pine and Lincoln, resi dence at Elko.. Judge Fitzgerald will retain Humboldt county in his District until the great water suit now pending in bis court in .ended. A bottle of Trih household. should he in every THN MiTI'ATilt.'V ttl s.K IIP, Only Unartful of Mt I . They Will tight. bat Wahhinctoi, Jan. 8. The situation, aa summed up at the Interior Depart ment, ia about as follows: "There are in all about twenty thousand Sioux In dianamen women and children on the northern reservations. Of this number, 10,500 are accounted for, aa they are liv ing on the reservations in peace, and not taking any part in the present distur bance. This leaves aliout thirty-five hundred men, women and children to face the 8,000 men now under the com mand of General Miles. The hostile camp is located seventeen miles north of the agency and a cordon of troops sur rounds it with the exception of the south side, the object being to drive them into the reservation. There is constant com. munication between the hostile camp and the agency. The hostiles are well supplied with lieef, but they have no sugar or coffee, except as they are sup. plied by "friendlies." While the situation is regarded as hopeless for the Indians, yet it is believ ed that they have no intention of aur rendering. It is predioted by some who are on the ground that there will be a battle on Sunday or Monday. When the hopelessness of fighting against such odds is pointed out, the only explanation given is that the "Indians are crazy," From reports received at the Interior De partment the situation is believed to be tense and the people at the agencies are very much disturbed. Story of a Htb l Commander. This story of General Jubal A Early was told to a Pittsburg reporter by a railway passenger: "Not long ago the ex Confederate commander, had occasion to make a trip through a certain portion of the South, and boarded a sleeping car without a beith ticket. When the con ductor called for his fare General Early tendered him $10 note. Among the return change waa a $5 note upon whioh was engraved a portrait of General Grant The Southern General scanned the note and with considerable passion said; 'Take this note back, sir. I will accept ne money bearing the face of that man,' The conductor hastened to mako the ex change demanded and the irate warrior's temper was mollified." CURES PERMANENTLY SPILAJC1STS. SBlTerea Years la fata. 14 Sumner 8t, Cleveland, Ohio, In 1151 1 sprained my ana elulncehest. nut ; suffered yean la pain aad eoulSnot lilt Teetlaaoalai. tWrfalrv RtMwsd. I areata Ceees see Beet Caree. sT-eCS IS aawwi mm mm WNCUlsYELLINGS TiyoRuaeim and bmujutsZ CHAS.VOQOIX Ct. BAXTO.Mtk A bottle thrown iato the Atlantic November 24, 1887, from the Cepha Ionia, aliout four hundred miles from Boston, recently washed ashore on a lit tle islet in the Carribean Sea, 0,300 miles away. A bottle of Trib should be in every household. THIRTY TEARS' PRACTICE A Letter from aa Kroluent Physlelaav Ma. Editor: At the risk of Indorsing proprietary preparation, I have a few worda In favor of a new laxative principle. But lint, how I came to dlicover It. A patient Bated about taking Joy's Vegetable Sana pirilla. As rarsaparlllas usually contain mereury or Iodides I objected, and asked fat the formula, which indinr. parely vegetable, and so mild as to be to my mind almost luert, I eonteutcd. Imagine my astonish ment when perfect laxative action was re ported. It has two great points. Fir$t, being purely vegetable, it is (unlike mercury) not cumulative iu the system, being easily car ried off br the digestive processes ; and temd. It is effective with a less quantity of the cathartic principle than has hitherto bees attainable. It in this respect ranks as discovery, and approaches the ideal, via,; the least medicine consistent with the great eat good, it harmonises natural laxative actio.- tnd perfect safety, and shwuld inter est both the public aud the profession. SCITT FHTSIOUX OF THiaiT tsars- rxACTiofc Am Fnnely Examiner, Karen 10, 1890. A Bottle of Trib should be in every household. A' submarine boat, in which it is claimed that men will be able to remain twenty-four hours under water, is being built'at Detroit. A Pittsburg rascal has been fleecing colored people by advertising to take the kinks out of their hair, ' NEW TO-DAY. PIOCHE LODGE, NO. 26, A. 0. U. W. THE REGULAR MEETINGS OF Pioche Lodge, No. 20, A. O. U. W., are held in Odd Fellow's Hall, every Thurs day evening, commencing at 7:30 o'olook aharp. Visiting brothers cordially invi ted to attend. T. E. Edwards, M. W. H. E, Friudinthal, Recorder. DILLS ALLOWED -BI THE- COUNTY COMMISSIONERS -or- LINCOLN COUNTY, AT THEIR REQIXAH MKKTINQ HKI.D JAN. 5, 1891. Claimant. Amount! John Bler , 118 66 Luke Syphus ;'. la 60 J Oonaway io ca W. 1. Dooley f,6 66 E Freudenthal SO 00 T. J. Osborne 83 33 J. O. Kelly 41 66 E. D. Turner , 75 00 H W Turner....... m 68 John Boeder ne John Boeder 110 66 JO Kelly a 98 T J Osborne , 87 10 Geo 8 Sawyer ,. 157 40 Dr. A.J. Louder us 00 Dr A J Louder 8 00 White Pine County S88 OS Pioche Weekly Record J 00 Pioche Fire Department SO 00 Hospital of the Holy Cross 110 00 H Carpenter and others as 00 Mrs. Jno. Deok 25 00 Pioche Water Co , (00 Wedge 25 00 John Shier u 00 DB Baker , t 26 Mrs C, Dowell 5 00 John Boeder 68 00 Brighaaa Whltmore 26 00 BobtLogaa goo Samuel Kershaw (00 J Bisenmann., ig 04 Frank Bangers 4 00 OLBos goo Inspectors A Clerks at Jaekrabblt M to H. Tracy M qq Nelson Gibson...., 4 an HWelland 77s H. Wetland 4 is H Wetland s 00 airs Jaa Plerson 20 00 Sam Werthelmer n 26 E.D. Turner u so X. D. Turner 13 go Ploehe Weekly Record 24 00 J. Elsenmann 3 so W J Dooley is 00 J It Bloe A others..... 9734 Geo A Bice a Frank Walker 10 00 Attest, J.O.KELLY. Clerk of the Board or TUB PROCEEDS of the MRS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Tmas An I ). a IhMul. a4 k. vr i . ... - - .www w ... iwr turn quarter ending Dee. SI , 1610. are now dm and navabla at tha aflta n. tv.. . ... . Ooort-botue. ' The law to regard to their collection will be strictly enforced. naAA. Ji.n.n 1 ant H. E. FBEUDENTHAL, Dry Ce4s mm cutting. Gent' Paralalia; eele, stir. Calls public attention to the fact that be hat jutt received new lot of eat'a Paralstilng fleaae. embracing Overshirta and Undershirt. ruuiuci, vauimere, noote, nnoea, louths suits, etc., etc, also a new in voice of Ladles and CUIldreas Shoes. of Frenoh kid, calf, front, pebble goat and Milwaukee oil grain, unsurpaased for Wear and comfort, alio a lot of new est styles. Table damaek and red and uua twuieu r unnei 1 or unaerwear, A fine stock of Uanlnt n. knJ flold, Silver and Nickel dent's and Ladies watches, eto. Prices on everything cheap (or cash. imm lirluiri u Irea eu a eaa 9n WMk.uU mum mltmt m llttia ie.tiK. W. mm Ikmtak jum mpiy , will Kk rim iK'KT '"M1." u M. 1. tun ,. f K w,")'.,l!"t1.,,,Vr " ll hifoe- sin,, iii.i, auuaj MISCELLANEOUS. NOTICE To Water Consumers. Net Ire Is Hereby Clvon of the l'ul lewlng Rules and Regulations Adopted hy the Plorhe Water Cerapaay. 1. All persons using wa ter from the works of the Pioche Water Co., and not having the same conducted onto their premises in pipes, must procure keys at the of fice and get their supply from the street hydrants. 2. Any one holding a key to a street hydrant shall not be permitted to loan it to others, or to supply others with water, and persons hav ing the water pipes on their premises shall not allow their neighbors or others to take water from the same, or in any manner, or by con nivance supply others with water. 3. A consumer desiring to discontinue the use of water from the Company must notify the agent of such fact if he have service pipes in his house, so that the supply may be cut oft', or return the key to the of fice if supplied from street hydrants, otherwise the rent will continue the same as if actually using water. 4. Any violation of the foregoing rules will be deemed sufficient to deprive such violator of water from the Company's works until such fine is paid, as may, in the judgment of the agent, be imposed, together with all expenses incidental there to. 5. Any person detected in stealing water from the Company's works will be prosecuted to the full ex tent of the law. 6. Giving water to the "poor" will not be recog nized as an excuse for vio lating Rule 2; but if cny one too poor to pay for wat er will call at the Company's office he will be provided lor in that respect. W. L. Cook, Agt. Pioche, Jan. 1, 1891. REDEMPTION FUND. TREASURER'S OFFICE, Piocm, December 4, 1890. TO THM HOLDERS OF CERTIFICATED Of Indebtedness of Lincoln County, accrued prior to the 1st of April, A. D. 1875. Whereas, there ia no the sum of Jl.655.37 in the Redemption Fond. I here-br notify the holders of said Indebtedness that sealed proposals for the surrender of the same will be received at mr office up to the 37th day of December A. D. USD, In accordance with an Act of the Legislature of the State of Nevada, approved Kerch 4th. A. D. 1876. W. i. DOOLEY, Treasurer. Application for a Patent - n. Tea. Damn Statu Land Ornoa, Eureka, Nevada, Mar 28, 1883. NOTI0K IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE . Pay-Day Gold and Silver Mining Company, whose postofflce address is Ban Francisco California, baa this day flled Its application for a patent for Fourteen hundred and eighty-nine linear feet of the Pav-Day mine or Tain bearing silver, with sarfaoe ground Six hundred feet in width, attoated in Jaekrabblt Mining District, Coenty of Lincoln, and State of Nevada, and designated by the field notes and official plat on tie In ibis office aa Lot No. 80, located upon wsorvayee land. Tae exterior boundaries ol said Lot Ho. W being aa follows, to wit: Beginning al a post marked No. 1, D 8 survey No m, from wbiob V B mineral monument No I bears N 48 deg at sain E 948 feet. The stove pipe of Day Mining Oompany'a office bears N is deg it ml a E 440 feet, and the smokestack of Pay-Day uoistiag-worke bears Batdegiomin MO feet. Then, let coarse, B 14 deg it mln X tuO feet, to post marked No ,U B survey No 39, and post No 1 of US survey No 81, said poeta being Identieal with the northeasterly comet monument of the Pay.Day location, from which the northwesterly corner monument of the Pay westerly corner of the Pay-Day location. Tkence.Sse deg Main W 481 feet, to a point on tbe westerly line of D B survey No St; thenee, M S3 den E sou 'net. to Doet No 1. D B eurvev Nn 80, aad thence, B 1 deg 46 mln B 000 feet, to vim mv a, u server o. ov, ana vne piece ol DMlnnlne. Oonlelnln an im of ea-lnn n land. Which tract being excluded from thia survey leavee remaining aa area of u w-liio aeree or iaaa. Maftnetle variation It deg East. Vb location of this mine is recorded In the Knenrda'aoetceof Lincoln county, Nevada, in Boo ef Mining Notices. This lode Is bounded oatae east by the Jaekrabblt mining claim, aad eu the north, west and south by no known elalmu. Any and all persons claiming ad versely any portion of said Pay.Day mine or sarfaoe ground are required to Ala their adverse claims with the Register of the United States Land Ofaee at Eureka, in the State of Nevada, daring the sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue ol the provisions of lbs statota. r. H. HINCKLEY, Emitter. EISEBMABU'S J Main Street, Pioche, Nevada, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN UWM in ii MINING SUPPLIES, IROS, STEEL iSD PIMPS, nnimii fi nidirtvn ii n nann mmm, nmm m mm, J1ISTS5 BLlfKSMIIII & IJiRPfflTKIl TOOLS, STEAM, WATER & (MS PIPE, . ' IW, illFLES, PISTOLS iUIIilTIOi, . (ITLEIil OF EVERV DESCRIPTION STOVES AND TINWARE, Crockery and !assware, Agricultural Implements aud Wagons, Hardwood and Wagon Material, Sash, Doors aud Blinds, Paints, Oils and dlass, Prepared Iron Roofing', Pitch, Tar and Resin, Rope and Naval Stores, ALSO J. " COMPUTE ASSORTMENT OF HOUSE FURNISHING G000S. HEADQUARTERS FOR Giant, Blasting Gun Powder Fuse, Candles, Etc- In connection with tho establishment Is a complete Shop, and am prepared to execute promptly all orders for Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Work, Steam, Air, Water and Exhaust Pipe Plumbing and Pump Work. mi. rA i - uiwva uumimoca mo iiest tjrauo or uoods obtainable and prices are Reduced to a figure that Defies Competition. ' OJMJ3 priZCX! TO A.XjXj i! Arc Immensely popular becanse tfcpy aro strictly llrst-class, fully warranted, anu sun oniy medium in price. Aro tho best in the world, and have uii timers ior years, uver 1SW,U(HJ in nse. The people ore bound to have the best, and will have none but the Estey. Our prices are the lowest and terms ntll.n- 4 1 . i. ciiiici nine imvillt'Uls vr vusii, as cua tnmera nrAfot Call and see ns, or send for Cata Jogues and full information. ESTEY & CAMP. 233 State Street, Chicago. ; St. L,ouis House, 910 & 818 Olive St. Mention Application for a Patent CutTKD Status Lam Orrioa, Eureka, Nevsda, .January !, 1HM. NOTICE 18 I1ERKBX OIVKN THAT JOHN CASTLES, wLoxe Post Office address la Hlko, Nevada, has this day applied for a pat. ent, for fifteen hundred (leuu) linear feet, of the Western extension of the Emma Nevada Lode or Vein bearing gold and silver, with snr. face ground six hundre (COO) feet in width, situated in Pahranagat Lake Mining District, County of Lincoln, and State of Nevada, and designated by the field notesnd ofllcial plat on file In till, office, as lot No. 47, In Township 8, South, Range 59 Kant, of Mount IDtablo Meri dian, aaid lot No, 47, being described aa fol lows, to-wlt: Beginning at a post marked No. 1. US S No. 47, and the original location Monument, whence the M seotlon corner on the East boun dary of Section 20, Tp 8 8, B W E M DM bears North E7 degrees, U minutes Kant, IS7:i'J feet. Thence, South 347 feet to post No. 4, N W cor ner ol V B S No. 43, Emma Nevada Lode, 000 feet to post marked No. 2,1)1)8 No. 47, aud the original location monument. Thence, North 80 degrees West fifteen hundred (16(H)) feet to post nurked No. I, II S 8 No. 47, aud the original location Monument. Thenco North GOO feet to post marked No. 4,1)88 No, 47, and the original location Monument, Thence, South Ml degrees Kapt Fifteen hundred foot to place of begliinlni;. Containing 20..'15 acres. With a mugnetlo variation in degraes East. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Western Extension of the Em ma Nevada Lode or Surface ground, are rn Jiuirndto Die their advents elalnm with the tegtate r of tho United States Land Office, at Eureka, In tho County of Kun ka, during the aiity days porlod of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provlloua of the Statute. J D, H. Hai-I,, Register. ' ADVEETISEMEBT? HI. . led 0 this Pancr. Application for a Patent N0.923.' ; . , ... ITbitep States Laud Orrica, Eureka, Nevada, February 8, 1890. NOTIOK IS HEltEBY GIVEN. THAT D. 8 Api-leton amd Wiluam. RjotsxN, whose S'Bt office address is Hiko, Nevada, have this ay tiled their application for a patent for fir toon hundred (1600) Linear feet of the Can tkkial Look, mine or vetn, bearing gold and silver, with surface ground srx hundred (fiool feet in width, situated in Pahranagat Lake Mining District, County of Lincoln, state of Nevada, and designated by the Held notes and official plat on file in this ofBoe, as Lot No 4S la Sec C. Tp 4 B, K 69 E, of Mount Diablo lie', rtdlan. Said Lot No. 40 being described as fol lows, To-wit: .... Beginning at a post marked No, 1, C S , No. 46 and the original location corner, whence the quarter section corner on the north line of section B, Tp 4 S, R fl E, M D M, bears N 84 de grees W WJX feet. Thence, South 600 feet to post marked No, 3, TJ S S, No. 45 and the origi nal location corner. Thence, West MOO feet to post marked No. 8, U 8 S, No. 48 and the origi nal location corner. Thence, North OOO feet te post marked No. I.IINB, No. 48 and the orlgl nal location corner,, whence pOBt No. 1, the Southeast corner of V. 8. Survey, No. 40, Illi nois Lode, bears N 211 degrees W 404 feel. Thence, East ldCO feet to post No. 1, the place of beginning-, , Containing 20.08 seres, . With a Magnetic variation of 18 degrees Rant. Any and all persona claiming adversely any portion of aaid Ckntknial Lodk, mine or sur faco ground are tequlred to tile their adverse claims with the Register of the United States Land Office at Eureka, In the State of Nevada during the sixty days porlod of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions o( the Statute, , ,. , , II. H. HiLL, IkglsUr, aa-fe arw ft asisKiailil. 1