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Pioche Weekly Record.
Official Papr of Lincoln Co. CROSS TO HIS MOTHER. WasalexB-t Hake Cm4 Hauband. She When I eras 13 years of age, 1 moat confess I tu verv fond of a nir voting man who had copx to eti me for over s year, and we both looked forward to a happy wedding in tbe near furore. He wm a German; I an American. I nixW stood German rery well, though I ud sever told him no. I had nerer seen his toother, and I wanted to, bat be would say, "Some time I shall take you and now my mother ber new daughter." He eemed a long time doing it, and oat day I taid, "Come, Gas, we will surprise year mother." He said, rather crossly, '-Oh, not today." I said: "Yes, today. I want toga" He had sent me a lovely bouquet that morning, and I took out some pinks and wore them. When we got to Street, I said, "In this street?" "Yea," be answered. "Mother is queer.' He stopped at an alley; then in we went to a rery poof but respectable rear boose. He opened the door, aad a very lovely poor little woman stood in t'ua room. Gas introduced as, bat I shall nerer forget the look be gave her. She seemed in dread of him. . Then she said: "Oh, Gas, where bare you been since 8atarday? I hare cried myself sick wor rying about you." He ground his teeth, and ia German he said, "Shut your month." She sighed as she walked into the other room. A mirror hong between the two front windows, and where I sat I could see all that was going on in the rear rooms. His mother beckoned him to come in, and be did so. In German she softly asked for a little money. He took oat some change and gave her part of it, saying in German: "You old fool, you are always asking for money. I had a debt to pay this morning of 5, and I am abort, so you can take that or nothing." Then oat be stepped as pleasant as srer to where I was sitting. "I goes we will start," said L "Your time is your own," be said, not tWniriTij that I bad understood and seen. His mother bado me goodby, J inrited her to my borne, bat Gas spoke up, "Oh, mother nerei goes oat" On the way home he said, "Don't you think mother is oddT "No, I think she is lorely, and that is more than I can say about you." "What do you mean, dearT "At" ell. If you want to know, I understood your German to your mother. I saw yonr looks in the glass, and a man that will use his mother like that I despise." He tried to smooth things orer, bat I was determined, so that settled that wedding, bat I am mar ried now to a man that loves both mother aad wife. Cor. Kew York Re corder. The fas,i la Cleta On a. Things made to look like guns are sold for aa low a figure as $25, bat I want no such "gas pipes" at my shoulder. As the cheap watch keeps time in a fashion, so doss tbe cheap gun perform. It will loll birds fairly well for a time if held straight, bat it will not stand continuous use, and it may contain a flaw or flaws ia the barrels, which the owners of it may not detect until too late. When the cheap watch wears out and breaks, no great barm can result, but when a sham fan concludes to spread itself well, that is anot her story 1 If I had a fair young son, full of prom ise and with a few ounces of gray mat ter scattered through bis intellect if I took pride in the boy and dreamed of fu ture presidential candidature or high po sition in church or state for him just about the last place on the Lord's earth where I'd want to see him stand would be before, behind or alongside of one of those infernal machines known as a cheap gun. He might load and fire it many time with so other result than a crack, a smoke and perhaps a dead bird or ani mal, aad be might also only fire a few times, bat once too often, and go single sculling across the river Btyx, in conse quence of his supposed to be sane par cot's criminal folly in giving him a weap on to use which was liable to blow a head or an arm or a few sections of bands off him at a most unexpected and unfavorable time. Outing. Keeping; Him la Sight. The most amusing spot in town during inauguration week U the great reception room of the Arlington. You may look round and see more celebrities than you hare fingers to count them on, bat the sight of the great and mighty is not nearly so amusing as that of the large number of leaser people who want to keep them in sight The office seeker aad the news gatherer are equally afraid that something will escape them. -mere is X Y Tasked one of tbe former class of a very great man's friend. "He's up stairs. Do you want to see htanT amiably replied tbe other. "Oh, no, I had better not just yet" replia tbe asiarant, "but I feel easier in my mind when I know just where be la." Kate Field's Washington. lnOH6MWBiakeni - One of the older teachers at Mount ' Holyok college remembers Miss Mary WCMns, who was among the pupils for ft year when she first came. "I can't recall very much about her," she said in answer to eager questioning from some of the undergraduates. "She sat at my table, and it was her work as a freshman to remove the platters before dessert She was very handy about that" ''Think," says the girl who tells this Story, "of the wonderful Miss WilMna borne in mind for nearly 20 years only for her bandy way of taking a platter off tbe table." New York Times. Twe Kxylaaaiioaa of Dimple. According to an old legend the baby's dimples mark the spots where angels' fingers touched the child in bearing it from heaven to earth, bat anromantic doctors have a different explanation. They say that dimples probably result from defective development of a muscle. When the muscle is called Into use, the defective portion fails to respond, and a hollow is left into which the flesh and skin, of the cheek, for example, fall, and that the dim pis is formed,, New York Sun. rails- aad few ShwiM. The reconciliation of King Oscar of ', Sweden and his favorite son. Prince Os ; car has at kv.s.h taken place. The j king and the pnnre have hardly ever met since the Utters morganatic mar riage to Miss Ebba Manic, wbo was one of his mother's maids of honor. Miss ; Monk was not particularly pretty, but j had somehow or other succeeded in win I ning the affections of Prince tWar. who j wa infatuated with ber tt socn a degree that, notwithstanding tbe opposition of his father Sji of all hi relatives except his mother, be earned his way and tu;r S tied her. the ceremony taking place at I Bournemouth in England. Before this, however Prince Oscar had to renounce hi claims to the ic cession to tbe throue. as well as all bis privileges and prerogaticr as a s-iu of j the king He was deprived of the title of royal highness, of all precedence save ' that which he enjoyed as an ofEcer in tbe navy, and was reduced in every par ticular to tbe rank of a mere nobleman. Moreover, he was practically banished to Carls krona, the great naval arsenal of Sweden, where he lived quietly and un ostentatiously in a small villa looking out onto the port, winning universal popularity by his unaffected and modest demeanor While there, on one occa sion, be greatly distinguished himself by saving from drowning a sailor daring a terrible hurricane luite recently a reconciliation between father and son has taken place, and at tbe request of King Oscar the Count and Countess of Torbey have now left Carls krona and taken op their abode at Stock holm, greatly to the (satisfaction of the queen, who has all along endeavored to bring about a more pleasant state of affairs between her husband and her fa vorite son. Boston Globe. SaaaJI Bora' Game. A sure sign of returning springT said a leading citizen in a contemplative mood to a reporter, as they watched a party of street urchins "plucking tops" near one of tbe big down town buildings. "1 often wonder bow these 'kids' man age to change their games simultaneous ly with the season. Just as the birds be gin to coo and twitter and mate for the nesting season, so the season of tops, marbles, stilts and kite flying are inau gurated among the young Americans of the male persuasion. Girls' skipping ropes and hoops are nothing to them. "The epidemic of taking up a game when its season rolls around is as con tagious as we are told the cholera mi crobes will be next summer. One day the 'kids' all orer tbe city may be doing just anything for amusement, and the next day every mother's son of them will have an old pecked np top and a piece of cord plucking away for dear Ufa It is instinct I think, and nothing else that prompts them to take np certain games at certain seasons. Regarding tbe imi tation theory, there never was a person wbo saw tbe first boy spin his top in any season, and, furthermore, no boy could start tbe epidemic by spinning bis top in tbe fall of the- year." Kansas City Times. Aastowiaatara. The appearance of those cheap imita tions of the genus swell upon the fashion able thoroughfare on promenade is add ing offensiveness to that which had al ready aroused regret These orerdone parsonages were wear ing trousers too long and going without topcoats during tbe cold weather. Others wore abnormal overcoats reaching almost to their ankles. Some of them wear rus set shoes, giving rise to the suspicion that they have escaped from Boston. But all have a penchant for over large ill made boutonnieres and those dreadful krw crowned, cone shaped, extra wide brimmed derby hats that are a sight to behold. They are tbe greatest set of guys ever let loose for the edification of an en lightened public. Where do they come from? They are like unto the English Johnnies that come over with tbe Gaiety skirt dancers the first of their kind and perhaps they will disappear just as did their English prototypes. Clothier and Furnisher Kentucky's Caique Exhibit. The proprietors of one of the large, Uniisville distilleries have secured the privilege of erecting within the World's fair gronnds a log cabin "stillhouse," after the fashion of those found in Ken tucky 50 years ago. The "stillhouse" will be 40 feet long. 83 feet wide and 40 feet high. A warehouse will also bo built of logs, and between tbe two build ings will be an observation tower. Th stills will be of highly polished brass, and five barrels a day will be produced. The distillery will be run on the old time plan by three graybeards from the mountains of Virginia. They are 80 years of age. All the metal work will be of highly polished brass, and the liquor will run through glass tubes, that the process can be watched, from beginning to end. Work has been begun already on tbe log cabins. It Is said that the en terprise will require an outiuy of $40,000. Louisville Courier-Journal A Mew Idea la Shipbuilding. A new idea In shipbuilding has been developed at Belfast. There is an im mense vessel on the stocks there which has no keel for about 120 feet from the stern poet, while six feet of tbe stern post is cut away, the bull of tbe vessel slop ing from the horizontal for the 120 feet until level with tbe curtailed stern post. The bottom of the stem post and tbs actual stern of tbe vessel are not con nected in any way. The vessel is a twin screw, and tbe propellors will work through a small aperture, with nothing between them and the water beneath. They will therefore always be in un broken water. Boston Journal. I nan gu ration F.xtrmTagsnee. Inauguration extravagance is stOl talked cf. "We paid 80 a day f or our two rooms," said one woman yesterday, "and could barely get enough to eat." "Why, my dear," answered her com panion, "we paid $100 a day and starved literally starved," New York Times. Pioche Weekly Record, SUBSCRIBE FOB IT AND 8EHD IT TO I0TB rBLMD.. SOCIETIES. u o o. r. riOCBS LODGE JO. a. MaATs ETXBT TCLSDAT y " 'V i tu o ct:-i in ioeir nan on aula street V letting brothers mr- dtally tnrlted to attend. A AOeLsIaN. ". O toUS HIB, T.G. J.eia GlLxa. Secretary. A. o. r. vr. riocaz lodge ko. h. TUi BEQULAB MEETI.f B OF ?. Piorbe Lod.e So is. A.O C. ., erery Wedrer-Jar iMpj(, com mencing si i.-su u e:Kt et-e-p. Visiting brother oriislly lLTIted ar'W i. J. B. WHSXLSA, H. . B 0 aToDosoras. feeder. V. efc A . eT. JOHN'S LODGE .NO IS. a MEaTa THE FOrBTH 9ATCBDAY c In each month st Msoule Hell, ob 'VyT Jeeocr etreet. All iii.tim Brothers ' rr in food stnn-Hng i u d to at i r T. i. OiBORSE, W. X. it. KnweBDS, becretery. FOR SALE The Panaca Saloon, with ForDitqr and Fixtures. Firr BILLIARD TABLES, two Fir. and Burglar Proof SAFES. The Pioche Brewery, with Materials and Implements. 100 Gallons OLD LAGER BEER. Dwelling Houses and Furniture Evtrjthiag will be sold CHEAP. IV r particulars apply to CHAS. STEIN, Pioche, Xeradsv. ' aaaasaaaBatanBfaSSBaSS)JSBSaaSata B. L. DUNCAN, ISTotary Public FOB LINCOLN COCXTY. HELENE, - - NEVADA LEGAL NOTICE. DISTRICT COCBT SCMXOXS (alia) PTME DISTRICT OOUBT OF THE STATE of Hmada, la aad far th County of Lin coln. Tb Suu of Xmd atada gracttat to 0ora Stalkar. Ton n harebr rvqolred. to appear Id lb ac tio comawaoed aaalnrt yoa at defendatt by Annie Stalker aa plaintiff, ia th District Conn of tbe gtata of Kcvada, Lincoln Oounty , at lot bn of Ptoeha, and uant th complaint tatreia, which UmIj with the Clerk of amid Court, en taw tea dM alter the aerrif on joa of 'tau SamBMW (excltuive of the cay of aer Tinj , if lentd in aud Oounty, or twenty days if a-rred oat of said County, bat within tau DlMTlct, and In all other caaes forty dayi; or Judgment by default will ba take aaalaet yoa, according to the prayer of aald co&ipiaint. Tba Mid actios u brought to redrer Judg ment and deem of aud Court tor a dissolution of the bond cf matrimony now atating be tween you aad aald plaintiff, on th ground of you ' fail are to pro Tide for plaintiff for more than one year laat peat tbe common neceaiariei of life, aa which failure on your part ia not the result cf poverty which ordinary indoatry could aot aToto. Aleo judgment that plaintiff re cover all ber coata eipeaded herein, and you are hereby notified that If you fail to appear and tnw the aaid complaint aa above re. Jioired. toe aald plaintiff will apply to tbe Court or th relief demaatted ia aud complaint. Ia testimony whereof, 1, J. A. Clark . hsee hereunto eet my hand officially, and affixed th seal of sas& aald Court, this Sta day of inly In tbe year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred aad ninety -tare. J. A. CLARK, Oounty Clerk and ex-orncio Clerk of tbe District Court of the Stale of Nsts4a, Lincoln County. Application for a Patent So. less. CjrrrsD suns Laid Omca. Eureka, K seeds, Jure IS, IKS. SOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT WIL. Uam Lloyd, whose postomce address s Pioche, Lincoln county. State of Kevsda, has this day Sled hi application for fifteen baa dred ( lMu linear feet of the rrloce rein, lode or deposit beu- ng aUeer, together with sur face ground two hundred (Ju0i feet in width for th- eoneenlent working thereof, situated in ily Mining District, County of Lincoln and etat of Nevada, and designated by tbe field notei sod official plat on Si la this office as Lot fe, rownship Ko. 1, north of Rang Ko. S7 east. Mount Dtab'e Base and tf sriotau. the ex terior boundaries of aald Lot bo. AS being as follows, to-wit : Beginning at s poet marked Ko. 1. U. 8. L. Wo, e. at tbe southeast comer of this claim, wLenc the quarter section corner on eesttra boundary of Secttoa 1, Tp 1 N., B. SI E. bear . 11 degrees U1 minutes a. 3433 feet; thence run ning first course. 8. St degrees sS minutes W. lwi feet to the centre of south end line, whence toe discovery point, marked U. 8 Lot H Disc , bears X. M degreea (It minutes W. ISO feet, 100 leet to post marked C. 8. L. 68, Xo. i; thane second coures, l S degrees 01 minutes W. uto feet tj post marked U. 8. L. 6S, Mo. S; taet.ee third course, H. St dsgreea S8 minutes E. 2W) feet to post marked C. S. L. M, bo s, a hich Is also the northwest corner of th Bui ll nellle claim, C. 8. Surrey Mo. SI; Uienc along in south west side line of said Bullion elite claim. H. H rtigrw W minute B 100 feet to the piece of beginning. Containing I r acre. Fron the discovery potnt a shaft M feet deep bears K degree E. St feet distant; a abalt 5i (t deep beer 4. SI degrees SO mlnutei . 11 1 feet distant; a shaft IS feet deep bears 8. s degrees fru Bales tee S. 1st s feet distant; a blacksmith shop bears 8. Tt degreea min utes E. lux S feet distant, and s bouse bears 8. St degrees SS minutes E. ma feet distant. Cos-ses sx pressed from the true meridian with aacertilnea magnetic variation of 16 d.grees K. Tbs ntsrsst known claim is tbe BulUoOTllle. I 4. Surrey Ho. JT7, which adjoin on tbe east, Tbs location of this claim la recorded In th Recorder's office of Lincoln Oounty, Msvada, In Bock O of mlaiag notice at page tig. Any and all persona claiming adversely any portion of said Prince lode or surf see ground, are required to 111 their adeem claim with th begtster of th Called 8'atea 1 and Offlc at Enreka. in the but of Heveda, during th period of publication hereof, or tnry will be debarred by virtus of th provisions oi lbs 8: amies. J. P. DrilLE, Register. It Is hereby ordered that tbe fere going notro of Application for Patent be published In tbe Pioche KaooaD, a weekly aewspeper published at Pioche, Lincoln County, Ksrada, for th period of sixty dayt (tea consecutive weeks.) J. r DUKKLB. Kaglstev. NOTICE. LL persona indebted to the Ploch Brewery and to the undersigned. w.U pleas call and settle Immediately, aa Be fuitbar notice will be given. . Any sal all account unpaid January sota will bs sollactsd by law. OHAS. STUM, Hoc as Brewery Saassa. IMseaa, JsaiaarT I, US. Union Pacific j The Great Overland Route. The SHORTEST LINE To All PaisarAL Poisr. t Tbajxs Res as Follows : Efecilet Aug. , IM. Sorra Borax. !oara Borxn, fpUt s, m. srriee. rrteco leave IM P m. O0 a. m. amee..a1ilford... " l(t;.a 11 10e. m. leers. .Juab " 1 ISa m T IS p. m. kars naJt Laks.. arris ti.t a ar, tflOp.n. lesre ..Ojfiea arrive 140 a.m. Trains between Frisco and Juab run three rime s week only, leeing Frisco Toearisys, Thurelara and ua-urdara. asd leseicg Juab for point south MoLdaja wdnedays aad Fridays. Four Piasenger trslne daily each way be tween Bait Lake and Ogdea. Two Trans oTtiotntal Trains Daily each way between Sell Lsks sod tbe lut snd Vest. For rates of far sad si! Information, call on oreddrete K, a. SHEARaB. Agent, VU.'crJ, Ctab. D. E. BUBLET. Oeneral ?gest Pteairger Department, 8. It Lake City, Utah. Rio Grande Western. RIO' Gran or iWESTtBH. .Pjuvwxr. STANDARD GAUGE. CCEBEST TIAIE TABLE, Is Emcr Aran. 1, 1893. LEAVE SALT LAKE. Ko. 1 For Ptoto, Grand Junction and all points East ;.. BDO I. n Xo. s For Ptoto. Grand J auction snd all points East 9 .U p, m Ko. For Ptoto, Pa j-boo. Eureka and BtlTer City tM p. m Ko.S For Bingham and San Pete.... t:t a. m Xo. S For Ogdea and the West 11 3 p. m Xo. 1 -For Ogdea and th West 11U a. m AEBITK SALT LAKE. Ko. 1 From Ftoto, Grand Junction and the Last Htta. m Ko. 1 Prom Ptoto, Grand Junction and tbe Bast 119 p. m Xo. t From Provo, Payson, Eureka and Bllrer City 104)0 a. m Ho. S From Blnghsm snd Ban Pet.. S:3U p. m Xo. 1 ro Ogden and the West a. m Xo. t From Ogdea and the West :15p. m 0. C. Dodos, Gen. MsDager. A. . Welbs, Geo. Sup;. J. H. Bxssrrr, O. P .T. A. Milford and Pioche lllillr St'age Line. 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FREUDENTHAL, Notary Public 01s la tb Coanty Assssser's rosa at the Court-house. Application for Patent os ion, km, tots, leas xm rmxa Srarrs lm Osrtoa 1 Kureka. asvsd. Marc 1, M)7') notice I k-reby glren that JOH1 0 tAMIx by bUduly aalhorisl ageat, I, J. bsxnn wnose poatomce address u Picebe, LomI County, siate of Keesda, baa snade spulieaiin. (of a I nited Ststea fstetlt for the Pow ki?a rBo.rcTclim em i Tacit g tb loonatu-il! Jig; tns Albion, and the Caput lodes, CcnpT d.teJ M'nu.g Clslsts. aituated In tbs ti alinnit bi.txict, l.ii.cola County, btate tx as. rs'ta. cjnetatin of fifteen hundred linear test each c! tbe Poor Stan 'a lTorpeet and Yoanattt litf itirtetn btu.dd ssd tea l:xesr test tbJ: k-!te, tesel Luiitrvd linesr tat uf tte aibv n loie snd Mrrea hundred and tvo tZ ot t!. l ai-ei. i'jtfe. and two bunored ftet u wifiib eurtect ij?t,aitvn eecfa claila a aog o.. ui- imi p.r.fc ..o ie sivcaa, t be i. 1 l mi ' " ' " - wt. Slie Vll s! the ifticsi surre o Si In tL cSle i h usnrt-.c esiistixn nf sixtsen atones tt tu f'Jl.ows: JIO CLAIM. Btglnt.ii,g st tbs ideet cal niaas of die!,, ery. pin poet sss Incb, by See ftst leas marked U 3 s lot 7 Disc.; thence north H deree, 43 minute sst TS) feet to nonbsst end center; thence north A degree 2T sBlnuies east lot teet to corner !olcf lorstloii, a tu lncb, St feat long pice post marsed D ii ST P 1 for corner So ll luetic south ISo.gress limlnutes west 1SIB4 feel corner So 01 1. .-a ion and tnterrect southeast end lie Cache V 3 Lot So e at poin stum degress A utnntea .. tBS feet from pcetSo IS said claim ' a vine post aa incb Bts feu long marked (j g L 11 f 1 lorcorner No I; the nee sou (fa 4 degtsst ST minutes west 11-5 feet poet 10-IS Lot bo M x: feettooorner be S location, a pin post ill inch Are feet long marked D g L IT P 1 fat comer Not wl eoce corner No Lot So H bears .tith A d(ree 37 minutes west W.01 feet d. t.ni; thence north It deal use -ts mlautss east lllu,4 feet corner No A UUon identical witk c.-rner Not foor Prospect eiaun, a pins p .1 sxA l ch, Sts feet lorg tuarksd DSLsT r fcr evtnsr No t. theses north 4 degrees rt tn i.utesesst 110 st corner So 1 tats surrey si. place of beg tuning. 1 - PvOh HAS H PBOSrzCT pLAIX., S-glnnlng at the Identical place of diacorery a ins post 4X4 inch At feet long marked C S L 37 Uisc.; wcettc whip ba t TT fast d.-ep bear north 70 degreea SS minnfs east us feel distsut and (haft ICS feat osep bears south (7 degree SO minnt-a weat M S feet dis tant, thtnee north 76 d greea sS aunuts I 7s feet to ncrthsst end center; thence north II degrees 17 minute west 100 feet to corner hot location snd post Not Jig survey, marked Cg L 47 P. for corner No I. thetce south Te ds greea S3 minute weat 1110.4 fe-t post Kol this survey snd inter, act south sast era ilea Bilex C S L 64 at a point north 4 degrees tt minutes east iri feet from (corner Nog said claim; 1S0U tiet to corner No 1 location and otcer No 1 Albion claim, a pine poet tit inch See feel long mii ttd f L II H orco.-nsr No t: thence south 11 degrees 11 mir.utss sisl S (eet Intersect ttuih-wtn sice line Stlsx V Lot 44 at s point north ee degre-s SI a,Inutss wst let 7 teet from cori.r No 8 said surrey; SlO fret corxer No t location, tdsntical with corti-rs No S Albion, o 4 Cspsn sad Net Youo.tli claim, s Sit inch flee feet long puis pott mark TJ a L 47 P T lor ouix.tr No f; tnenoe north T dcit'ees sg mtnuus east 1K teet to corner Not location t tLllcsl with cor ner No 1 Yuuns lit; a Sit inch fle (00: lo I plue post luarked C 8 L T P S for ,cornsr Ko I; tbecce north 11 degree IT mUQtas weal WO feet te post 4-4 tbli survey plac of beginning. 10CNATT1 Cl.tlkl. Beginnins at 1 bs identical place ot discovery 4x4 inch St leet loi.g p.ns post marked li g L 57 Disc ; Deuce a l altSig leet dssp bears south S7 dstjree ti minutes east IU I lest dls tsm and sbslt tuO leet deep b-are south to degree IS minute weat 134 (eet distant; th nee north 76 degreea 41 minutes seat Tt. feet to aorto teal end ce tsr; ioex.es north U degrees IT minutrs seal lto leet to corn, r No 1 location snd peat No 8 tills surrey, marked alas 0 L47 P (or eoruer No S; thence south II degrees 17 minutes east Sol) feet to corner No 4 locatitn s pine post 4X4 Inch, Sts (eet long msrkea C L Ai p 10 for corner No 10; thence g 74 degrees 43 minutes wist 14(0 leet to corner No I location identical witk cornet Mo 1 Capes clsix., s pine post 4x4 Inch St (est long, marked U L 67 P It lor corner No 11; thence nonh 11 degrees IT minutes st 18 fecit corner No 1 location ablch la also corner hat G&peu Corutr No S Albion and post No T till surrey marked also V L IT P 11 for oarnsr Nj Vi. thence north 78 degreea si minute sssl 1600 feet to post 8-8 this surrey and plac of beginning. AL8103I CLAIM. Beginning st th Identical place of glaaoTsry e lx post 4x4 Incb Sre feet Long marks 17 S L 6T Disc. : thtnee south IS degreea 17 aalaatss ssst 100 feet corner So 6 location, etrtex ho 6 Capea claim and post 18-T this surrey marked siso U o L 47 P 18 (or oorosrNo 11; Ihsass south 18 degrees IT minute east KO feet cor. nsr No S location, corner No 6 lapsa claim sad post 12-7 this surrey marked also 0 L IT P 18 (or corner so IS; thane aorta 18 degress If minutes west too feet to comer Me 1 lootUoB and post No 6 tbls surrey marked also U S ti 6T P 14 for corner No It: tbsnes south 76 degrees 41 minute west 111.4 feet la-, tersect souto-wsst aide lin Hllsx Lot No 44 at. a point north 84 degress 88 minutes west SsT.t (tet from corner No said claim; XJ0.1 (set Intersect south-east side line Treasure, Lot Ko 46 st s point toutb 44 degrees 48 mine wast 34 T (eet from corner Ko S of said cktia 4(3.4 feet to corner Ko 1 location and In tsr sect Liu common to Bearock and Treasure, Lot go 64, at a point south 44 degrees 49 a taut s vsst 104.1 feet 1 rum corner No 4 ot said surrey, a pins pest 4x4 inch nr foot long, marked C 8 L 67, p 16 for corner Ko II; thence south 44 Se gree IU mlnutts west 111 4 feet. Sine claim was located County Commissioners hare widsnsd th road a this point, and st ST J feet on this tins is set a pine post 4x4 Inch Sre (est lotg msraed C 1 L II, P 11, W 0 (or witness corner to corner No 16; thence south 18 degrees IT minutes east from proper point along south west sad tin. of claim 40.6 Met I comer SS 4 location, a pins poet 4x4 inch Arc (est losg, marked 1! el L 67, P 11 lor corner Ko IT; ths ec south 40 degree 66 minute east 111 leet ta c.rLer No 6 location, said corner being a Iroa pin in edge of road to BuilionTill; tasac north 76 degrees 48 minutes seat at 7 (eet est s pins post sxt inch ftte feet long marked DSL 6i.F 14, W Ctorwitnee corner to comer N 18; tbenos nor.b T6 degree 41 minute ssst from proper point along southeast aid line of claim luu.S ftet to corner Nog location Capea olalm and laienect sont beast aide lin of Treasure, ot No 46, at a point 8 is degrees 68 minutes west 401.8 (set from comer lie 1 of sai l ciaim ; 641 4 (eet to post Mo 18-U Tef this sarvsy, place of beginning. 0APKX CLAIaV Beglnntrg at th Identical plac ef dlasorery, s 4x4 Incb St foot long pin peat marked 0 L 6T Disc; thence north II degree IT mtnuus wsu ion (eet to corner eonm Me 6 sscation and prat 11-12-7 of ibis surrsr. marked also 0 L 6T, P 19 (or corner Mo 19; thence south 18 de gree IT minute cast SO) leet to cornet Me I location and poet Ho 11 tbl surrey, snarksd also TJBL67.P SO for corner Me J: thence suth 78 degnes 48 minute weat TOl (est ts corner Mo 1 location, a pins post 4x4 Inch Irs fool long pin. post marked 0 B L 4T, P t fee corner No 11; thence north 18 degree. NT min utes west 100 leet to comer No g location aad Intersect southeast side lin Treasure, Lot M. 66, at a point south 44 degrees 48 minutes west 691.1 feel from comer Me a of asld el m, pins post 1x4 It eh five feet long saarkad DSL 67 , P la for corner 12, whsnc corner common to Section 11, SS, 16, T, Township 1 north cf Bang 87 east, MUM, bears sent TI gegres 81 minute vest iM 6 feet distant; tbenos north 44 degrees 49 minutes east MS 1 feet s eomee Mo 4 of location, 4x4 Inch firs (set long pine postmarked C S L 47, P X for corner Mo ; tbsnes north Tg desreee 41 mlauts ssst Stl.81 leet to peat 19-1S-LM this (array, pise of beginning. Containing a total are of 16 98 acres, dirlded as follows: Jig claim. 8.01 seres; Poorman's Prospect claim, SSS seres; ToanatM claim, -4 89 acre;. Albion claim, 8 0S seres; Cspen claim, 8.04 sera. Th are Umlnatsd from this surrey 1st .18 sere la conflict with V S Lot Ho 44.0 a Poormsn's Prospect slsim; M ten ta eonSlct with C S Lot 44, oa Albio claim, and 1 81 acres in conflict with C S Lst 64, on Albion claim. Total corslet, t 61 ear Ths nst eroe claimed being 14.18 acre; all sit uated in Section 38, T ! N, B ST B, M s M. sad duly recorded In th omcs ot the JsMordW f said Ely alining District. Ths nearest known locaUosas are th Ceehs aad Bilex, U B Lot Mo 64. oa th northwest, sad tbs Treasure lode, C S Lot II, on las sea la vas 1. Any aad ill persons slslmlng sdreresly say portion of said Footman Ooneolldatsd surrey Ho IT, or aea-fsc ground, am regulred to 61 their advert claims with th. He later ef th Catted B'atre Lsn lifBe at gureks, ta ta till of Msrsds, during th period of publies ttca hereof, or they will bs serrsd by vtrta d th prorlsloa .( lb ststutrs. I. P, DCMIIJa, BsglsasT. tt is ksrsby ordered Ibst las fofTtrcin aotvs of application tor patent Be published for ta period of sixty days (ten eoneacutlr weak) ta aae riocwe wseajr sssnssi e rjeseur eJ"r per nwbliaaa at Pleeas, Llaecla ecty. sassj Buasvba,!