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i jlej r luuri VOL. XL. PIOCHE, NEVADA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1891. NO. 19. nnTTT TTATIT 1 1 y INDIAN NAMES. How Their Fantastic Cognomens Are Acquired. Literal Translation or 8om. of the Very Eipresalve Titles by Which the Bed . men Are Known Among Tbelr People Many suppose that such names as "Sitting Bull," "White Gut," etc., are but cognomens of convenience given the Indians by army officers, post traders and other white men having dealings with them. This is not the case, says a writer in the Chicago Even ing Journal. The fantastic names are literal translations of the real names of the Indians. The United States Bureau of Ethnology has devoted a great deal of attention to the subject of nomen clature among the aborigines, with very unsatisfactory results. This much is established: Tho Indian boy has no name. lie is a plain Indian boy until he grow!! up and becomes a buck or a warrior. Then he is christened, not formally, but by general consent. A name is given him that may indicate a physical excellence, a physical peculiar ity, prowess in war or the ohase, a men tal trait, a habit, a resemblance to something in nature, the possession or absence of property or a dozen other things. In making a treaty with a tribe of Indians it is necessary to secure the signature of every male member of the tribe. These documents, as filed in the archives of the Government, offer some very curious reading. The last volume published of the session sets of the United States Congress contains in full certain treaties aa to reservation bound aries made with Asslnniboines, Black Feet, Oroa Ventre, Piegan, Blood and River Crow Indians. In each instance the name of the Indian and the transla tion is written out, followed by the "his X mark" and a seal. For instance, the Assinnlboine Chief, We-cha-je-tonka, u Big Star. -n A casual glance over the columns of signatures will give some idea of the fantastic diversity of Indian names. There is a preponderance of such names as Big Bear, Iron Horn Bull, Fast Horse, White Horse, Little Bull, Wolf Panther, Mountain Lion. Physical peculiarities are indicated by such names as The Thigh, Poor Shoulder Blade, Walks Ljlke a Boy, Hawk Tracks, Wrinkled Face, Rod All Over, Throat of Bull, Loft nand, Squint Eyes, One Eye, No Eyes, Iron Voice, Woman's Hip, No Hand, Turns Crooked, Iron Legs, Loud Voiced Elk, Yellow Teeth, Swings His Thigh, One Big Leg, Brocky, Lazy Man, Laughing Faoe. Stands High, Head lake) an Arrow and Crooked Arm. - a- Confirmed habits and disposition may perhaps be indicated by such names as "Shaved Clean," "Dirty Ear," "Strikes His Breast," "Smokes at Night," "Smells of Tobacco," "Steals Tobacco," "Beats His Wife," "Lying White Man," "Tho Glutton," "Dirty Robes," "Kicking Woman," "Cold Feet," Chief Coward," "Stole a Gun at Night," "Man Who Steals Women," "Man Loves Tobacco." Within a space taken up by fifteen names is found in a Blackfeet treaty, warriors bold answering to the improb able combination of "Stands Him Off," "Wet3 His Mouth," "Whisky," "Hard Looking Man" and "Bad Hat." , Exploits and physical prowess are per petuated in the names of the braves, and glancing over the list at random the eye is struck by such designations as "Big Brave," "Strangled tho Wolf," "Chief on the Prairie," "Chief All Over," "Good Stabber," "Under Swim mer," "Good Shield," "Good Warrior," "Ready to Shoot," "Man Who Don't . Run," "Fight the Bear," "Take It Alive," "Good Shot" j and "Many wounds." - Njrt'-i-v.. Some of the names bestowed carry with them contempt and derision. Of such are "Stays in Camp," "Grand mother," "Temporary Married," "Lots ot Sleep," "Cat Shooter," "Squaw .Beater," "Takes Back Gifts," "Un lucky," "Gambler," "All Goes," "Yel . low Liver," "Bad Tempered Boar!" "Scared Out," "Poor Goose," "Nearly ueau, - -uapturea. i Some idea of the worldly possessions ot certain Indians is carried with such names as "Twsve Blankets," "Heavy uun," "Two Guns," "Many Horses, "Many Arrows," "Many Apes," "Wolf (teeth) Necklace," "Plenty to Eat," "Bear Skin Cap," "Leather Leggin" Ihe variety of names indicating famed resemblances in appoarnce, man-" ners or voice to birds and animals swells the strange list to such extent as to permit only of passing mention. Physical Uow Nutmeg Grow. Nutmegs and mace, two of tho princi pal spices of commerco, grow in tho same pod. The tinv troe nnon which they grow is almost identical with a pear tree two to throe years old. Tho nut meg Is tho center or seed of tho fruit, wnicn is about the sizo of an ordinary hen's egg. Tho best comparison of the iruii would De witn the hickory nut. In - ripening, tho outside cracks oumi. kIhiw- lng the nutmeg inclosed in a (thin, lacy wniuu is 1110 mace. It if found in all tho tropical islands of Amor' ica ana Asia, tho most fruitful trees growing in Jamaica, some of them : yielding as many as 6,000 nutmegs in a jear. ...... A Han In an Envelope. A German of Boston, well-known at aoutn End, recontly took a trip to the Fatherland. There he died. While hi . a turnea th0 oca1" at 850 pounds wag cremated and tho re mains, weighinir niv m.r,a ,0. closed In an -envelopeand. sent to his WOMEN MADE GRACEFUL. Training Sex. for the Fair Every Lady Can Turn Her Own Room Into a Gymnasium and Acquire Strength and Grace With out n Teacher. Gymnastio training for women is bo- coming fashionablo In America, as it has been for some time in Europe. At first clubs and dumb-bells were in vogue and young girls developed their mus cles in the same way as men and witli like effects. The result of this devel opment of muscularity, says tho Chi cago Evening Post, was by no means satisfactory. Girls became strong and healthy, but lost in grace and feminine bearing, and after a few years ot mar ried life they showed a tondoncy to beefy stoutness that was the reverso of charming. This produced a reaction and it was found that masculino exercises are unsuited to women. Now a now kind of physical training for women is coming into vogue, and it has the advantage of not requiring a teacher or attendance at a gymnasium. Every girl can practice in her own room. The preliminary preparation is a breathing exorcise. Tho girl stands erect with heels together, head well thrown back and arms straight down by the sides. Then a long breath is drawn, inflating tho lungs thoroughly. This Will start the circulation and will pro- pare tho body for other exercises. It should bo done with tho windows open, so that the air of the room may be pure. The next is a head exercise and is done while standing in the same posi tion. This is done by bending tho head slowly forward and back and to the sides and then quickly around as far as possible from both sides. Girls with slim necks will find this exercise very useful. It develops cvory muscle of the neck and chest and gives a grace and mobility to tho motions of tho nock which show to great advantage, lhis is a favorite exercise with actresses and society ladies whoso dress exposes the neek. For strengthening, broadening and developing tho chest and shoulders there are a number of exercises. lirst, in the same old position, the arm is brought, with the hand open and with out bending tho elbow, around by the side of tho head and body in a circular or cartwheel motion. This is dono as rapidly as possible, always being care ful not to let tho elbow bend. This is very good for girls who aro what is known as "hollow cheated." -.-e' Another chest texerciso is dono by bringing the closed hands rapidly up to tho chest, palms out, and exhaling at tho samo time. This is also good for tho muscles of tho arm. Another is to take a stick of some kind, in old broom handle, umbrella, any thing that is handy, try bringing it up over the head and down behind, keeping tho arms per fectly rigid. There aro two exercises which aro used a great deal for tho back and lower limbs, one of which is done by trying without bending tho knees to touch tho tips of thojflngcrs to the floor. This is tho one athletic exorcise in which woman exhibits her superiority over man. Tho second one is dono by trying to riso from a sitting position on tho floor with out touching tho hands to th.3 floor, using one foot only. Tho exorcise dis counts all the patent pads on the conti nent as a hip devoloper. . ? . . One moreexorcise may be recommend ed which must be gone through careful ly. Take a chair, use it for supporting the hands, which you will have to place quite far apart, stand as far back as your arms will permit and bring tho body down until the chest rests on the chair, Then send it tack again. This gives action to the muscles of tho arm and forearm, to chest and back, to the neck and, in short, is an exorciso for tho whole body. w'-. Ton minutes' work in the morning and ten at night are sufficient. When tne exercises lor tno aay aro over a crash or Turkish towel should be taken and the body rubbed until tho blood is well started and the system in a glow, HE DIDN'T UNDERSTAND. But a Thousand-Dollar Bill Cleared the Colonel'. Intellect. Colonel R. G. Ingorsoll is one of the lawyers to whom his profession yields a fortune every year. A quarter of a mill ion is a small valuation to place upon his receipts, and ho is one of the few men who shine cither as a pleader or counselor. Ho has accumulated great wealth,which,says the Chicago Journal, no one who knows him begrudges him. His face and form are familiar to all Wall and Broad street men; and his of fices on Wall street, New York, are handsomely fitted up and elegant. They are comfortable offices, just as Bob is a comfortable man. Great numbers of stories are told about him. Here is one guaranteed to be new: A stranger wont to him one day, and without any reference to tho matter of tho retainer began: "My father died and made a will," and then went on to tell about his trouble with the will. "Do you understand tho case now?" asked tho stranger. "No, sir," responded Mr. Ingersoll, "I do not." Somowhat embarrassed, the stranger went away, lie told a friend of his ex perience with tho philosophical lawyer. "Go back to him," said the friend, "lay a $1,000 bill on his desk and then talk." Tho advice was followed. He was re ceived as ono who had never been in the office before, lie laid tho big bill down and said: "My father died and made a will " Mr. Ingersoll was at once interested. He interrupted his now client. "How," said he, "could your father die and make a will? Do you not mean that he made a will and then died?" Business proceeded. The Pioche Weekly Record Newspaper, Tvit3ll0la.eca. IDvory Sctt-u-rdLtay MIS0ELLAHE0US. BY T. J. OSBORNE. DRUGSTORE. JOHN SHIER, Druggist and Apothecary. PURE DRUGS, Toilet Subscribe for it and Send it to Your Friends. The Record Is the only newspaper published In South-Eastern Nevada and represents the interests ot a vast seo . tlonofrich mineral country, soon to be opened up by a line of railroad. STATIONERY. TUB UBOKNT STOCK OP FIHT QUALITY RUINED BY FICTION. Post Yourself on its Mineral Wealth and Resources. THE LOCAL DEPARTMENT of the paper will receive particular attention and the MINING NEWS of this and adjacent mineral districts will be full and complete. Women Whoris Live Are Marred by the l'erusal of I'ernlclous Novels. What does a young girl know of Hfo save v.'hat she hears and reads? 1 would rather, remarks a correspondent of the Atlanta Constitution, take an innocent young creaturo through the worst part of Now York City at midnight than put bad books into her white hands. There is littlo romance or allurement in naked human vice, but vice clothed with a poet's fancy, beautified by the imagina tion, is another sort of thing. There is so much in a girl's commenc ing right in the things she reads. It is often the making or marring of her whole future hfo. There aro women to-day forty years old still living in the pernicious books they read. They started with bad books m their teens. They followed bad hen ines, and may, according to their now diseased minds, find themselves an im provement on tho creatures they imi tate. They are, if not actively vicious, silly, unnatural creatures whom ovory body ridicules and nobody respects. I know a young woman who has been act- ing out French novels all her days to the host of her ability, with the result of dressing like a guy when sho means to be artistic, actinsr like a coarse wom an when sho means to bo a siren, and and are prepared to execute all orders in-this line, either talking absurdities when sho means to i i a bo enchanting. We hav Job Printing Department. an excellent assortment of type, bord.rs, tionery, and the Best Presses, in plain or fancy work at sta THE PEACOCK IN TRADITION. REASONABLE PRICES. Why Gorman Couscrlpts. Military conscription is boingenforced In Germany with more than usual strin gency, and tho Socialist leaders aro de nouncing tho system. A Cologno cor respondent of the London News says it is a pitiful spectacle to seo tho squads of Gorman conscripts at the various sta tions awaiting enforced transportation from homo and friends. They look more like convicts on tho way to jail than recruits for tho army of tho Em pire, and as they are Burrounded by throngs of weeping and wailing rela tives the cruelty of the system forces itself on tho mind of the observer. Just now these conscripts aro being driven to the military depots in droves from all parts of Germany, and sadness reigns in every village and hamlet. Old IiKlInn Signs. About fivo miles above Morven, says thn Macon (Ga.) Telegraph, is a mystery which tho peoplo of that community can not explain. In a hummock near tho river aro two complete circles, ono ninety and tho other ono hundred and forty feet in diameter, tho smaller circlo inside tho larger. These circles, which are much like those left bv a circus per formance, aro completely barren of veg etation of all kinds. Those circles havo been there since tho recoUeotion of tho oldest citizen, and none, know bow or when they caino there. It must bo that they are Indian signs, relics of by-gone days, when tho savage warrior was lord of, all he surveyed. I'eulliers Are Considered Un lucky. "Hero is an answer to tho question why peacocks' feathers aro unlucky, and I trust that it will satisfy tho lady on whoso behalf I mado tho inquiry," says a writer in London ' Truth. "Whether this bo tho truo explanation I can not say, but I should think it will do as well as any other: "A lady for whom I lately searched Notes and Queries in quest of informa tion on tho reason for tho allogod un- luckiness of peacocks' feathers, has for warded mo a cutting from tho current number of your journal. "I found in Notes and Qneiies, series III., vol. vlrl., p. .WS, a reference to Pal gravo's 'Central and Eastern Arabia,' i., 8-U. Wo learn from that sourco that. according to Mahometan tradition, tho peacock opcncH tlio wicket of Paradise t Satan, and received a very ample share o tho punishment awarded to R. G. Scliofield Pioche, Nevada. Call on us for anything in the way of Posters, Hand Dins, programmes, uenw neaas, dui neaut. Business cards. Shipping tags. En velopes, etc., etc. Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases. OFFICE IN TIIE MASONIC BCILDINO, lAOOOK STREET. zTOisriu run Livery Stable, MEADOW VALLEY. BTBIET, Pioohes Nevada PATENT MEDICINES -ANU- PHRHH ABDBN & FLOWER SEEDS Ever Brought Into The Covaty Has Just been Received, And Will beJSold it Moderate Prlcei, Have a Complete Stock of Spectacles and Eye Glasses. , You fun Also Buy of He a GOOD CIGAR. JOHN SHIER, Postofflce, Main it. Pioche, lfev. MISCELLANEOUS. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Catted. State GerverameattL President Benjamin Harrison Vine President Levi P. Morto Secretary of State Jamea O. Blaine necretary or Treasury Wm. Wlndom Secretary of War Blchneld Proctor Secretary of Navy B. F. Tracy PoMlmaeter-Oeneral John Wannamaker Secretary of Interior J. W.Noble Attorney General W.H. Miller Secretary of Agriculture ....J. M.Boak State of Nerada. United State, ( I.John P. Jonea Senators I Wm. M .- Congressman H.F. Bartlne . , ( B.B-BIgelow Jnatlces Supreme Oourt ! O. H. Belknap I M. A. Murphy Bovernor b.k. Oolcord Lieutenant Oovernor J. Poujade Clerk Supreme Oourt, Joe Josephs State Treasurer John F. Eagan Secretary of State o. H. Grey State Controller R. p. Horton Attorney General ..j. d. Torreyson Surveyor General John K Jones State Printer ..Joseph B. Eckley Biit. Publlo Instructions Orvls Blng (., A. JG. Uheney Richard Rising District Judges. ,?. """J! I A L. Fitzgerald ( O. F.Talbot Lincoln Coaaty. Judge District Court., State Senator.. Assemblymen, j G. F. Talbot G. 8, Sawyer Geo. B. Van Emon . W. K. MeFariden Sheriff. K. D.Turner Assessor H. E. Freudenthal County Clerk J. 0. Kelly Auditor and Recorder H. W. Turner Dlstrlot Attorney and ex-offlcio School Superintendent T. J. Osborne Treasurer W.J. Dooley Publlo Administrator J. O. Oelabert (.....1 L.Syphns County Commissioners. J O. B. Ball ( J. A. Oonaway Pioche Township. Jnstice of the Pease Al. Thorns uonstsDie John Joohimaen . , . ( - Goodrich School Trustees. I Jas. McFadden ......John B. Cook ST. JOHN'S LODGE NO. 18. F.&A. M. MEETS THE FOURTH SAT. nrday in each month at Maaonio Hall, on Lacour St. All viaitinn Brothers in eood atandins are invited to attend. S. D. Edwarus Secretary. JOSEPH COOK. PBOPBIETOB. CON8TALY ON HAND Short notice, AND TO p.ET ON IN THE DISTRICT COl'RT OK THE STATU 1 OF NEVADA. IN AND FOR THE COI'NTT OF LINCOLN. In the matter of the Estate ) of j L. P. Betz, deeeased. ) Application having been made and Bled in the office of the Clerk of the aald Court, by Henrv W. Tnrnpr. fni thA nrnt..a e ,h. I of Louie P. Betz, deceased, also filed with said .. i -.'. . tug iwuuwf iu uiiu ui lew tors testsmentary thereon. notice la hereby given that on Wedmndav the aiUu day or November, A. D. lH'JO.etlO o'clock a. ai. i.f thai day or so soon thereafter as said Court is in session, aald application will be heaid by raid Court at the Court-room thereof. In aald County of Lincoln, at which time and place all persons Interested may ap. pear and contest the same. J.O KELLY. November 13, It (M. Clerk ol ssld Court, Watchmaker and Jeweler Terns: Bitl tly CAST to everyono IrancboKceatDooleys Try Geo Is store, f lochs Water Oo's Offlos Lower Main St. Teams, Buggies and AT LOW RATES. Stock Hoard f d by the day or week and cart ful. y uToonntl. Knur Unit fORTnreS hm twn initdr fti work for ,by Anna rf. Mmi lit, iiai(ana jno. nonn.io imlu, Ohio. So out. Olbmarcilo i tift: well. Wbj not you? Bom 1'ird ovtr 600.00 a month. You raiifto th work and llvsat home, ihfnfr yon rnn. KTn trrfrinnrr art rati I MrninaT from to 10 day. All agM. naahow yon how and alart vou. Can work In pnra tlm oral! the tfm.ftia; money for worker. Failure unknown anion NEW and WOKDKKFl'L. Full nartianlara FN IK. 11. Hullt-lt .&'., llom r8 rOHTLABIiil.K. mi ttinn. Blank Location at This Office. Kotlces for 8a. e Notice of Forfeiture. rkllOHAEf. I ABROSRE, HIS OBANTEEN, or aaalftna: Vou are hereby tiotinrd that the tioderetRned co-owner with vou in the mining claims known aa the Alpa, Kurent, Woodchopper, Black Jack and l'oormau mlnliK claims, Miusted In Pah ranagat Lake Mining District, Lincoln County, Btate of Nevada, has perfoinird the work and made the necew.ry eiprndltures on ssid above mentioned tOaim. and each of Ihtm necessary to hold the same aa reuuhod by Hertion 92 of the Revised Hi. line, of the Ci ited Stales for the year A 1) lHHil, and that the amount dns from yon . your grant) ra ai signs, rn sccount of such expenditure the um of $AI for eaeb claim, amounting in all to tie enm of 'JJ0. And If witbln ninety da5a after the publica tion of this notice, you fail or refuse to con. tribute your said pr portion f such sxpendl tore as c owner, your Interest In said claims will become the property of the subscriber under said section 13U. A. W. GKER Hlko, Key., starch 90, 1890, Application for a Patent No. 961. Unhid Static. Laud Orrioa. Eureka, Nevada, November 10, A. D. 1890. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT J. POUJA.DE, whose postofflce address is Pioche, Nevada, has this dav filed his aunlica. tion for a patent for fourteen hundred and eighty and nine-tenths linear feet of the Spring Mine lode or vein bearing silver, with surface S round two hundred feet in width, situated in ly Mining District, County of Lincoln and owe oi nevaae, ana aesignatea ry -the held notes and official plat on file In this office as lot No. 81. The exterior boundaries of ssid lot No. 61 being as follows, to wit: Commencing st the Discovery Monument of claim, being a post 4x4, 4 feet long, marked DIa. C 8 S 51, and from which a shaft about 82 feet deep bears 8 80 degrees W 17 feet, thence along center line of claim N 45 degrees 15 min utes east, 80 feet to the mouth of Spring Tun nel on jine, i.w i eei s spring oesrs n 6 degrees 95 minutes, E; 103 feet distant; 350 feet cross shaft; 718 feet to the northeaatery end of center line of claim. Returning to discovery, along center line of claim, 8 60 degrees, IK minutes W, 197 4-10 feet, to stops from underground workings, 330 feet to stops from underground workings; 704 9-10 feet to the southerly end ot the center line of claim; thence 8 31 degrees, 07 minutes E 100 feet to a 4x4, 4 feet long pine J lost marking the southwesterly corner of the orstion and msrked "P No. 1," I) S Survey No 51, for corner No. 1 of claim; thence, 1st course N 31 degrees, 07 minutes W, 200 feet to poit No. 2, V B Survey No. 61; thence 2nd course, N 60 degrees, lu minutes E, 764 V-10 feet to post No. 3, US Survey No. 61; thence 3d course, N 45 degrees, 09 minutes E, 226 7-10 feet to southern boundary of Yuba claim, U 8 Burvey No 42; 4:t8 6-10 feet to northern boundary of said U 8 Survey No. 42. 717 feet to noat Nn A TT H a,,rv No 51 whence the original location monnment bears N 4ft degrees E, 3 feet: Wheeler's Monn ment established bv the IT 8 Onvemmonl in 1872 bears N 24 degrees, 35 minutes W lloti 8-10 feet, and the corner common to sections 22, 23. 26 snd 27. Townahio Ous North. lt.n, m,iv. seven East, Mount Diablo base and Meridan bears B 71 degrees 69 minutes W, 844 feet: thence 4th course. 8 81 deer,,., nimin. utes B, 206 7-10 feet to Post No 6 D 8 Survey I No 61; thence 6th course 8 46 degrees. 29 min utes West, 251 1-10 feet to easterly line of V 8 Survey No 42, Ynbs lode, 311 3-10 feot to south erly line of ssld D B Surrey No 42, Yuba lode; 716 2-10 feet to pot No 6 D 8 Survey No 61. thence 6th course, 8 60 degrees 19 miuutes W 764 9-18 feel to post No 1 U 8 Survey No L Total area of cialm, 6.760 acres- Area In conflict with Yuba mine, TJ 8 Surrey No 42 0.917 acres. 7 Msgnetlc vsristlon 15 degrees 55 minutes East. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Spring Mine Lode, orsnrfsos ground, sre required to file their adverse claims with the Beglster of the United States Land OfBce at Eureka, In the Hate of Nevada, during the siity dsys period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provision- ot the Btatute. J. P. DCNKLE, Beglster, It Is hereby oidered that the foramina notlca of application for a patent, be published for the peri- d of siity davn, ten consecutive weeks, in the piochk Wki-kly B.cobii. newspsper pnblnbe.t st Pioche, Lincoln connty, Aevsua Nov-IW-lut J. p. f)lTKLK, Register. PIOCHE LODGE, NO. 26, A. Q. U. W. THE BEGULAR MEETINGS OP Pioche Lodge, No. 26, A, O. U. W., ara held in Odd Fellows Hall, every Thurs. day evening, commencing at 7:30 o'olock sharp,. Visiting irotherjeurdisl!y fav: ted to attend. T. E. Edwards, M. W. H. E. Freudenthal, Recorder. GEO. S. SAWYER, Attorney & Counseilor-at-Law, Office i Lymeh's Block, PIOCHE NEVADA. J. SHERIDAN, BOOT and SHOEMAKER, First door north of the Becord office, Nevada. Pioche, Repairing Promptly and Neatly Done. IN THE W-TRI.jT OOURT OP THE STATE X Or fir-VADA, IN AND FOB THE COUNTY OKL1NCON. In the matter of the Entitle) of John Gusttn. decested. ) The application of Jstne- McFadden for let ters of sdminlatratton upon ssid tatste having Notice is hereby Kiven that the said annlica. Hon v ill be heard by ssld Oourt on Wednesdsy, Ihe 101 h dsy of Decemlxr, A. D. 1890, at 10 o'clock a.m. of that day, or so soon thereafter ss ssid Court msy be in session, at tho Oourt Beom of said Oourt, in Pioche, in aald County of Lincoln, at which time and place all parties insHww may appear ana contest tne same. J. 0. Kbixt, Nov. 22, 1890. Clerk of laid Court. Application for a Patent No. 877. Uhitkd Status Land Omen. Eureka, Nevada, December 24 1hn7 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT DANIEL Bonelli. whose postofflce address Is Bio. vllls, Lincoln county, Nevada, has this de filed h is application for s patent for thirteen hundred linear feet of the "NortJ DltuSoS Mormon" mine or vein, bearing salt, with aur. face ground six hundred feet in width sitiiatad iu St. Thomas Mining ni..rt. "'."i coin and State of Nevada and designated bv ih Held notes and official nl.t iT?-. J I"?-," as lot number 8S, in township 17 south ranml 08 east of Mount Disblo Merldi.. . S'i JS!T 88 being as follows: ' ' i! oS. P"" isrked No. 1, U. 8. snr. vey No. 88: thence mimlno Z 30 deg east, 5M g-10 feet to l,.tSZZT. f?" .1 sua as west, 1762 4-10 feet v" to sections 26, 27, 34 snd &, township 17 south, range 8 esst. i.mu f t. post msrked No. 2, C. 8. survey No. 3; thence second course south. SO deg esst, eiifl feet t.J post msrked No. 8, U. B survey No, 88 tb.no, ouoeg vest, SU7 8-10 feel l?2;rfe,Ct.,e0.t!rn ""o sections 27 and 84 weal Si -ul i J? . """'"n corner to sections 21, ?' ? 8S- township 17 south, ranee 68 esst isuu ie to post marked No. 4, U. 8. aurvey No on; ruenoe tonrtn course north, SO deg west. 74 feet to post ao. 4, 0. 6. lot 37, South Dlvlstol place ot beginning. Magnetic variation IS dej '. ..s . w seres. The locstion of tlii. n,tnu UAt.j .t. Bf2r,1er'e tLm ' 8t' 'rhom" Mining District nnuni., ins adjoining clalmalui are unknown. Any and all persona clslming adversely an orn division Mormon mine 0) surf see ground sre required to file their advert) Jf"n ,he Beglster of the United 8 tat 4 Lend Office at Kureka Nevada, in thsBtstec tne sixty dsys period of publ ' ? henot- tbey "I" be barred by vir t i'TiBiwii oi iue statute. , - ' D. H. HALL, Register. It is berebv ordered, that llwfnMMina kaii. of application for patent be published for tl ictiuuoi siitydsjs, (ten consecutive week a ine riocne luooao. a weekly newspsper pi llshed st Hooi e, Lincoln county. Novsda. jan7-10t i H HALL, Beglster. MONEY Rnrtnnwi Mr Vom tft to t pw werk.and mot tutor i titt tiptrtotifii, W taftit AtrnUh . tmplovnwnt, tnd will twit y frttav. oa vna-k Iti vnisv n. In,.. Norit. Cain wori hi timr time, or alltbettm). Wuii luf JOB WORK o with NhOmi tb "JUeard." onto.