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The Leading Paper in Southeastern Nevada. Contains all the News Subaoribe for it. Advertise In It. VOL. XLIII. PIOCHE, NEVADA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1894. NO. 19. Corbett the Winner! America Leads the World. Mitchell Knocked Out in the Third Round. Practically One Sided Fight end all In Corbett s Favor. Jacksonville, FU., Jn. 25. Th Cor bate fight u called t 1:45 p. m. First round: Corbett lead) with bis left on' Mitchell'! chin. They clinobed, ex changed body blows and Jim reached Charley's left eye heavily. Corbett apper cute Mitchell and lands with his right on hie ribs. Mitchell is reaching Jin's ohin. Mitchell gets in on Corbeta'e swob. Jim leads hit r'jht aad tight again, .ie time was nailed. Honors even. Second round; Wild excitement . and a clinch. Corbett uppereu'ts his mau as they come together. Mitchell gets Jim in the ribs and as they com. together there is a sharp rally with Corbett having the beat uf it. Mitchell got in twice on Corbet's neck. Corbett knocks him dowu twice in success ion. The gong saves Mitchell. Third and last round: Mitchell was rather groggy. Corbett ruabed at him, swung right and left heavily on Mitchell's neck. Mitchell went down and took the full length of ti ma to rise; then Corbett rushed at him like a tiger. Mitchell clinch ed, when Corbett threw bim off aud floored him with a stiff facer. Agaiu he took all the time to rise and when he advanced to ward Corbett the latter swung his right with deadly effect on Mitchell's nose. Mitchell reeled and fell on his face helpless. The referee counted one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten. Mitchell failed to rise, he was knocked out and the referee declared Corbett the winner of the match and the champion of the world. The fight was all Corbett's, though Mitchell made a show in the first round. Mitohell's face at the end was covered with blood. He was carried to his corner in a helpless condition. The time of the fight was nine minutes. The men did not shake bauds at the be ginning of the fight. The referee oallotl on them to do so, but neither responded. - What Mitohell thought as he faced the Western giant may never be known. Doubtless his governing thought was to win for glory. The telling punishment to which the British pugilist was subjected told hea vily upon him, At the outset his every ac tion indicated his watchfullnes. which is characteristic of him. As the fight vsnt on aud the Amsrioan showed himself "master of the Englishman, evidences of despair be came noticeable in his manner. He called to his aid, his very best powers as a Ring General and tried to stave off the inevitable, but his opponent was too heavy and too . scientifically trained ti be withstood. The Englishman's rallieis became feebler, and feebler, as blow after blow was rained on him, and though he stood punishment with grim bull-dog determination, human nature could not withstand the terrible effects of the punishment which he reoeived, end as be sank to the ground a defeated man, there was a look on bis face of sorrowfulness, mingled with hatred, fierce and malignant, such as is seldom seen on the face of man. Finally, after an unsuccessful straggle to rsnew the fight, foroing himself to a half erect position, he toppled over, and fell headlong in the arena, while a shout of el ultstion rose from the throats of Corbett's friends. , - -. London, Jan, 28. News of the Corbett Mitchell fight is anxiously awaited here and much interest is felt in the result. Niw York, Jan. 25 Silver, 66 1 Lead,3.10. TELEGRAPHIC NOTES. Washington, Jan. 25?. General A. McD McCook has been notified of a telegram re oeived by the War Department from the Mexican Government, giving warning of an apprehended raid aoross the border into New Mexioo. MoCook replied that troops are stationed south of Silver City and Fort Bayard, where no bandits can cross the border without discovery. It any attempt is made the bandits will be captured or worse will happen. . O'Neill of Massachusetts, chairman of the sub-committee on pensions of the House Committee 'on Appropriations, "says the sub committee will pursue the policy ef the full committee in keeping down to the' lowest possible point, and the pension appropria tion will probably be 115,000,000 less than last year. Pabis, Jan. 21. It transpires that Sara Bernhardt had a narrow escape from dsath by poison while performing in her new piece "Isiel" on Friday last Her new Daho- meyan servant, Kerim. who attends her at the rehereals, put some laudanum n her cup of tea by mistake. Bernhardt noticed the strange taste before she drank enough to do her any serious barm, Nsw Yore, Jan. 20. Count Arthur Dillon has sued John W. Mackey for (300, 000 for services said to have been rendered in purchasing shares in the French Tele graph Company. . ; Hxlsna, Mont., Jan. 20. Two footpads who two months ago held up a man and jits ' wife at (be outskirts of town, war; sentenced to-day to seventeen years each in the State prison. Their booty amounted to only a few dollars. Calcutta, Jan. 20. The Oovarment an nounces that in view of the beginning of the export season, it does not propose to main tain the minimum rate for conneil bills, and that offers from 1 to )( below the minimum rata will be considered on their merits. Amassment has been caused by this step, and business completely disorganised. Nsw York, Jan. 20. Joseph H. Mauley, Chairman of the Republican National Exe cutive Committee, when asked if he favored the nomination of Thomas B. Reed for President, answered: "My candidate for President is the candidate of the Republican party. I favor whom the party favora, and the man who is the choice of our convention will have the hearty support of the National CommitUe." p. Washington, Jan. 40.-',- Secretary Ore sham is giving much time t ' oi uaideration of Behring Sea matters, leoi- . - a protec tion of the seals for the ' season. Europeaa countries are expecV(')J",.ouer ate, if ao the United State ,.ave a larger unmber of vessels engage in patroll ing the Northern Pacific than ever before. Preparations to this end were eomroenoed several months ago, when the reveaae outlet "Grant" was dispatched to the Pacific The revenue marine officials," anticipating a call upon all the vessels the have on the Pacifio cosst, are putting them in condition for work. The Senate Committee on Railroads has authorized a favorable report uu the bill re quiring railroads running ' through public lauds to stop at townsites selected by the Secretary of the Interior. It applies to all railroads traversiug the publio lands. The cause of the framing of the bill waa the re fusal of the road to stop at certain towns designated by the Secretary of the Interior in Oklahoma, San Francisco, Jan. 19. The 8ix Coin- pamea to-day issued a circular ordenog Chinese laborers to remitter. Uo to the present time very few Chinese have regis tered, but it is now believed they will obey the order. Cambriooi, Mass., Jan. 19 Hie fifth debate between Harvard and Yale was held' here to-night. Harvard was awarded the decision by the judges. The question de bated was: "Resolved. That IndeDeodeot Action in Politics is Preferable to Party Allegiance." Yale had the affirmative. Philadelphia, Jan, 19 The Knights of Labor have determined to enjoin Secretary Carlisle from isauiug the $50,000,000' bonds as hs proposes, if there is any law whatever by which it cau be done. They claim that the interests of the people upon whom the burden of all the taxation to pay the interest and the principal of these bonds will-fall, requires this aotion. Chicago, III., Jan. 19, Steps were taken here to-day at the Farmer's Alliance Com. vention to confederate the agricultural bodies of the United States. The organise- tion will be oalled the Farmer's Union snd OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. has for one of its specified objects the pro- minute-rule, which will occupy motion of social harmony and entertainment f the time until the 29th iost. wl tor the families of isolated farmers Sa Francisco, Cel., Jan. 19. Latest advices from Apia, Samoa, indicate another rebellion as about to ooour. The consuls have sent requests for warships. The rumored inteution of the powers to disarm the natives is the principal cause of discon tent, and the natives say they will resist aoy attempts to disarm them. Although an outbreak is not imminent, the situation is so grave as to causa great alarm, Washington, Jan. 19 Senator Vilas to day stated that be should protest against tne designs tor the award medals of tn World's Columbian Exposition. He secured proofs from the Philadelphia mint and on one side of the medal it was discovered that the design was that of a stalwart speci men of Americau manhood, holding in his right hand a lighted torch and in his left a shield. Nearly all the Senators condemn the design and some other design will prob ably be substituted. Oarraapaadenoe of Taa Washington, January 26, 1894. Secretary Carliale has one good trait; be knows where to look for good advice when he is in a hole. He is in a hole now, and it is a deep and dark one. Having called in vain upon his party assooistes in Congress for legislation that would provide the money to meet the deficit made by the announce ment of the Cleveland tariff programme, has now called upon Senator Sherman for advioe and aid. - Senator Sherman told the Demo cratic Senatora at the time they declined hie suggestion that the silver repeal bill should be amended so as to authorise aa issue of bonds that the administration would in the end have to issue boade. Well, the end is in eight and the administratioa is going to issue bonds, with or without the. consent of Conrase. If Congress will authorise an lesae at beads they -can be made to -raal a short period aad to oarry ably fchreej petM Teept interest; if Congreas will not auihories the bond issue, they are to be issued under the law of 1875 and will consequently carry four or four aad one-half per 'cent interest and will rud a long time. Tha bonds have been printed and tha official announcement of their issue may be made at any time. Mr. Cleveland is as obstinate as aver. notwithstanding the humiliating position ia which he is placed by tha last batch of Ha waiian correspondence, which includes President Dole's manly and straightforward answer to Minister Willis's demand that tha provisional government retire in favor of tha dissolute woman who had previously an nounced her intention to behead her oppo nents as soon aa she got bsck into power, and which waa sent to the Housa Saturday and to tha Senate to-day, he still wishes to restore the qaeen, and ia making use of the methods which have become ao iAjnjliar since the meeting of the extra sessioa to "convert" members of Congress to bis views. If publio opinion instead of being strongly opposed as it has been from the first, ' had been overwhelmingly in favor of restoration, this batch of correspondence, which includes the dispatches of Willis heretofore withheld, would have made restoration impossible. ' If plain arguments and incontrovertible facts counted for anything with Democrats the Cleveland tariff bill would have been buried beyond hope of resurrection by those presented against it by the few Republicans who bave had an opportunity to speak dur log the absurdly short time allowed for general debate. The orders to railroad the bill are imperative and there is little proba bility that any of the numerous amend' ments which will be offered by dissatisfied Democrats during the debate under the five the reat of when'"' the bill will be voted upon, will be adopted. But there ia one consolation ahead, Mr. Cleve land will not be able to recognize this bill when the Senate Finance Committee gets through with it. Nothing could show plainer what the Democrats of the House really want than the applause they gave to the out and out free trade speeches of Tom Johnson of Ohio, Jerry Simpson of Ksnsss and Bryan of Nebrasks. They want free trade aud as Representative Black of Illinois, who wants to succeed Senator Cullom, put it, to reduce wages in the United States to the level of those paid in other parts of the world. That is a beautiful and enticing programme to lay before a nation of wage earners, isn t it. PIOCHE Drug Store. rilHE OHDCBSIOMBO BKSPB0TVD1.LT AM X aouooe to tha people ef Ploeae anil Lincoln eoun'y that taair H.w Drugstore, on afata atnef two doors aorta at the Oodbe If ercsellle Bio re, Is bow epea with a sew stock OlaextOLloctliB, Druga.) v Toilet Articles, " - . -ti ' ' V HAIR AND TOOTH BRUSHES. a LAROK TABIBTI W.u,., Notions and Fancy Articles. Physician', ffocrlpilnu carefully oom- penaded, day or eight, aad orders troaa abroad filled with oare and dtanatoa by a eoiapeteat drug- I tat. Dr. J. Di Campbell, PBOralKTOR. . ' Chemical and Microaoopio Eraminations U of Urine. I . Calls Promptly Attended. Day or Night. CLEAR pi LONG II J M MENTAL I Itf STRONG energyJ r Jnerves Sarsaparilla LOUIE KLEIN, AT THS -OM : Philadelphia Brewer;: Saloon Main Street, - Keeps oo . band -a Batter Grade of LIQUORS and CIGARS than any bouse ia town. CALL AND SAMPLE THE STOCK. JOHN SHERIDAN, T AND SHOE -MAKER. First door north of the Odd Follow-. Build ing, Idata Street. Repairing Promptly an. Neatly Done S. 9P. jSatrrav 'ot Towanda, jp.,.. whose constitution was completely broken down, vis cured by Avar's Sarsaparilla. He writes: " For eight years, I was, most of tha time, a great sufferer from constlpa tlon, kidney trouble, and Iodises. tlon, so that my constitution seemed to be completely broken down. I was Induced to try Ayer'a Sarsaparilla, and took nearly seven bottles, with such excellent results that my stomaah. bowels, and kidneys are In perfect con dition, and, in all their functions, aa regular as clock-work. At the time I began taking Ayer'a Sarsnparlllu, my weight was only 129 pounds; I now can brag of 159 pounds, and was never In so good health. If you could sea ma be fore and after using, you would waut me for a traveling advertisement. I believe this preparation of Sarsaptultla to be the best In the market to-day." Ayer's Sarsaparilla Prepared by Dr. J. 0. Ayer a Co.. Lowell, Maes. Cures others.will cure yc u SOCIETIES. I. O. O. a. HOOHt LODOI HO. . MEETS EVERY TUESDAY ATT JO o'clock In their ball on Main street. visiting Brothers cordially in vited to attend. I. P. Oaarsaix, Beoretarv. A. O. V. W. PIOOHB LODOI NO. M. jT noone.Lodae Ho. as, A.o. U. W., are I Wedneaday evenlaa. eommenelni at iMue-etoea anarp. via! ling brotbers I coraieiiy ibvkm to anena. J. H. OoonniCH. Iff. W. J. A. OtABJC, Beeorder. Main 8treet, Pioche, Nevada, IXPOtTEK AJTO DE1XE1 TJf HARDWARE, MILLING- & MINING SUPPLIES, Iron, teel And Pumps, Beltincr. Packina and Hose, Machinist's, Blacksmith A . and Carpenter Tools, Steam ' ;-; - Water ajid Qtta Bipe; h ;;- ' ;,-? .- -;-"V'::-C" . ,.. , . : -j Quns. 'Eiflea. Pistola and Ammunition, Cutlery of Every k ' .. . Description. v." STOVES AND TUTWARE, Crockery and Claeeware, Agricultural Implements , and Wagons, Hardwood and Wagon Material, Sash, Doors and Blinds, Paints, Oils and Class, Prepared Iron Roofing, Pitch, Tar and Resin, Rope and Naval Stores, also a Complete Assortment of House FunLtsMng Goc& UEADQUABTEM TOK v.'. Criftttt, Blasting aad Chui Powder, Fuss. Oiadlta, xivo, irro. 9Jii. Ia connection with the esUblishmuit it a complete Shop, tad am pr pared to execute promptly all orders for Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Work, Item, Air, Water and Exhaust Pipe, Plumbing sad Pump Work. , The Stock comprises the Best Grade of Qoods obtainable, and Prices are Reduced to a figure that Defies Competition. ONB PHIOH TO -a-TiXjl A New York paper estimates the total capitalization of American railroads at $10,. 000,000,000 and aays they could be dupli cated for a4,000,000,000. It ia expected that the trial of the Vaughn Brothers and Nick Rast for the shooting and killing of John and William Litster in Boone canyon on the 28th of December, 1893, will be one of the moat interesting court proceedings that baa takon place in Lander since the trial and execution of Rufua B. Anderson in Austin in 1868. The State will be represented by W. D. Jones and the defendants by Dennis & McMillan. ... w ... ' Austin Keveille. While playing on the ice of the Carson river at the Brunswick mill, near Empire, three children broke through. In endeavors to rescue them three others fell in. Johnny Crow, 14 years old, took out five, but when be went after the eixth he found he -had disappeared under the ice. He immediately plunged in, and getting hold of the child's clothes, swam forty feet under the ice to a bole caused by the rapids, and landsd his precious burden on the bank, with the assistance of onlookers attracted by the screams of the children. The brave boy was more dead than alive when taken, from the water, and he was resusciaed with difficulty. .. The Senate fails to act on the Utah ad. mission bill as speedily as waa expeotsd. Several reasons are assigned but the reel ex cuse is that the Democratic leaders are not sure that Utah will be a Democratic State when admitted. Senator (ioruian, it understood, is vigorously opposing speedy action in the matter on political grounds. The Republicans in the Senate stand ready to vote for the bill as soon as it goes npoa the oalendar, Every day that Utah is kept out of Statehood now can be charged fairly to the Democratic majority, who have the matter in charge. The Democrats propose also to charge Utah on her admission with 1,000,000 said to have been paid by . the Government in proseonting eases in the Territory. This is something unheard of before. The Republicans will oppose suoh a measure. On Tuesday, Jamee Van Derwerker, chief engineer of the Nevada Southen, was engag ed in surveying at the millsite for the stamp mill at the Gold Bronse. The mill will be set close to the msio shaft, and the founda tion will be laid for twenty stamps. Van derbilt Shaft. Pioche and Helene STA.GKE LESTE. Semi-Weekly Trips between the two places. Leave Helene on Mondays and Thursdays at 7 a. m.J arrive at Pioche at 6 p. m. Returning, leave Pioche on Tuesdays and Saturdays after the arrival of the Northern mail. Nevada State Exhibit. Notice to Exhibitors Midwinter Fair: AU persons bavins articles to eihibit will please anip mem at once to me state isoara or Agncai tare, Keno, Nevada, br freiaht. rleae Dimi of ex hibitor on each paokace. . All.seroela shipped bv walls, rargo k Oo'a Kxpieaa muat be prepaid. All articles muat arrive In Beno before Jaauarv ISth. u, u uiUiiDAUu, oecreiarr. V. A. M. ST. JOHN'S LODGE NO. 18. MEETS THS FOURTH SATURDAY In each month at Maaonte Hall, on Lacour atreet. All Tinting Brothera la good atanaine are lovitea to etcana. T. 1. OSBORNE, Secretary. E. D. TURNER, W. af. DR. A. BJORNSON, Physician and Surgeon Delinquent Tax Notice, 'jr Pioche, . v - - Nevada. Fare Each Way, 80.00 Packages and smsl) freight, carried safely sad delivered promptly. J. A. DENTON, Prop'r. NOTICE, Auditor's Office: XTOTI0B IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I HATS 11 depoelted with the Dlatrtet Attorney, in and tor Lincoln Oonntr, Nevada, 'a certified ll.t of all uviiDfmui xaaee aetne w appears upon tne aaaesemeat nomor tne year A. u. ins, tneae llnquenoy of which, exclusive ol Poll Taxes and Penaltlea, exceed, the earn of three hundred dollar., and that nnleaa the delinquent taxes therein speclttad, are paid to the Treasurer as ex. umoio Tax Keoeirer witniu twenty daya rrom the publication hereof, action will be eommenoed bv the Said District Attorney fortheodlleetlon of aald taxea ana costs H. w. TuBMxm. County Auditor, By Alsi. I. Kaaataoa, Depot- Sated, Pioche, Nevada, Oo M, 1WS. ' SUMMONS. In Justice's Court. Pioche Townshlo. of tha County of Lincoln. State of Nevada. . ' J . Klaeaxuaaa PlaintlsT, against Thetsaa Taylor defendant. ' The mate of Kevadato Thomas Taylor," Bleating: Tea are hersbv Summoned toaooear before na Justice of the Peace in and fat Pioche -Townahlp, Obnntv and State aforesaid. at aav offloa. In Piocha. ea the 11th day of Pebraaty Al t.KM,At 11 o'clook a. m. of that day, to answer, the complaint' of t. Eiseamena wherein he clahB to reoovu from mm the sum of thtrty.twe aad- aftyona hundredths dollara (Ml.SO) on an account heretofore atated be tween yon and said plaiatttf for gooda, wases aad aaerohaadlae aareaofora sole and- eaUvared to you by plaintiff at . your epoeM-iBseaaee aad iteauest at fully set forth in Plaiatief oomslalnt oa Sis la my oroce, -i - - And you are hereby aotiasd that If yen fell to appear ana answer tne eompiaianaaaioteeaid.iua ment will be taken agalaat yoa40r the aald sun ef BSi.so togeiner witn coat, of suit. TolbeShertferany Oonrtahleof said Oountr. OreeUngi stake legal eervtee aad due return hereof. Otven nnder my head tula leth day ef December, a. v. leva. a. a. XUUHU, Jastlos ol the Passe, Oounty aad State aforesaid. 1 w ; ... .. ; B. L. DUNCAN, Notary Public FOR LINCOLN COTJNTI. HE1MRTT WEIalsAiMD Main Street, Opposite Lacour, , Carries Full Una of , STAPLE AND FANCY-GROCERIES ! Miners and Prospectors Outfitted in Every Detail .;o:o'.o'.- BEDROCK PRICES. A. S. THOMPSON, ' DEALER IN - - . FLOUR,-: GRAIN,-:-HAY, AND GENERAL PRODUCE. Finest Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars HiasUHT Cask Psicb Paid fob Utah Produce. Bait Lake Bottled Beer, parilla, Cream, Strawberry and Lemon aoaa, at vvnotesaie ana neiau. Low fiatea and Frae Delivery. Sana- HELENE, To Whorn H may Concern: LL PEBSOHS ARB HBRBBY .that the undersigned claims virtue of location In the T H0TIPTES an lnteraat, by Trail lode mlnlaa claim. altuate In Tallow Plna Mining District, Lincoln county, Nevada, located bv A. F. Bhepherd and S T. Oodbe on the 1Mb. day of September, 1SB1, and dulv of record In the Reoordera omoe of aald Lin coin county, and all peraons are hereby cautioned not to purcnaae eaio. claim from aaia parties. JAMES GLARE. Dated Pioche, Nevada, January 4th. 1HM. H. E. FREUDENTHAL, Notary -:- Public.' OfBee in the County Assessor's room at . .. - .-. tee iJOurt-boate. NEVADA. Ground Floor, Thompson's Opera House, Main St., Ploohe -SUMMONS. la Jostiae's Court Helens town.blp, of the uounty or unooin, aute or fievaae Daniel Boeder, Plaintiff, aaalnst D. BarthoJ and Jem.e Hutchinson. Defendants. The BMteef Nevada ta Q Bartbol and Jamas uuieninaon, sjraetiagi CsvesU, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Pat mi ouainess conanctea lor Moeersts Fsss. An. na,. i- nnMit n a o.,., nm Snd we can secure patent In less time than tiiosi remote from Wsthlngton. end model, drawing or photo., with deacrln. ..vh. v piini, ii pHivotam ur uot, tree o Iharve. Our fee not doe till patent la ..cured. A PaatsMet, "Bow to Obtain Patent.," wlti ssbms of actual ellenta la your State, county, ol town, aant free. Address, C.A.SNOW&CO. oaaetite Psltst once, Washingtea, 0. C. - Yotl have all beard of " Mullett Head," and now we want yoa.te Uara about : "Mullet the Hatter," "Furnisher," "Clothier." '" . . . . . '. ; , Our establishment is recognised as the meet beautiful storeroom, filled witb the moat complete stock of everything in Men's and Boys' wear, to be foand la the West. Our Prices always at the Lowest mark, and on 1 LETTEE OEt)SE8 we make Special Prices and take Extra Care to have- oar customers pleased witb price and selection we make for them. " DUNLAP." Yes, we are the Utah Dunlap" egeata. and it ia well kaowa . that a wearer of a " Dunlap" bat baa the correct thing. Try its and you will Ret what you want. GEO. MULJjETT & CO.; Students of Men's and BoyslPurnisblnp. ' ' 21-23 Second South St. East, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH Tou are hereby aummooed to appear before me. of the Peace In and for Helens Townablp, a fuatloe c ALL KINDS OF SEWING. MISS ANNA DUPONT le ready to execute all kinda ef this work and at reasonable prices for LASH. Can be found on north aide of Meadow Valley street below Cedar. County and aute afoswald, at my office la Helene on the Mth day of February'' A. D. lest, at two oVsloes p m. of that day, to answer the eomplalat of Daniel Boeder, Sled la this bfSee, wherein Dea ls! Boeder clalma to reoover f asm you the aumof one hundred and Sfty four aad thlrty-aeven one hundredths dollara aa a balance due oa account for Soode and mercbeadiee hertolore sold and dellverad to you at your requoet, aa fully eat forth In plain tiff, complaint oa die la my otnee. And yon are hereby notraed that If yoa fall to appear aad answer the complaint as aforeeala. judgment will be takea aealaat yea for aald aum of one bundled and ally-four and thtrty-eovea oae hundndths dollara and eoeta of salt. To the Hherll or any Oon.table of Said Oounty, Onetlag: Mat. legal .etrlce and due ratarn ha- of. Olvsa nndei ay hand this isth dsy of December, m. v. ia, aAMUUi naau, . ostlee of Peace of aald Towashlp. . aueue, aisTBaa, was. as, ieee. t w ,Vw COPYRIGHTS, CAN I OBTAIN A PATKNTt For a Prompt apw.r and an honaat opinion, write to M 11 A N eV CO., who ibave had nearlrahv wars' ezaerlenoe In the patent bualneas. Oommunloa Uona atrlotly eooodaotlal. A Haildb..k of In. .viimmw wuwuiua aeiteBta ana oow to oo "p "J""""" Also a eataiogae or as leal and edentlao booka eantfraaL Patenu taken vthroush Moon A Oo. reoetre special notice in the fteteatlSe Aaaeiieaa, and out eoet to the Inventor, The Taylor & Brunton ORE SAMPLING CO This suendld paper. a, has by far the itae iatle, isatw houaee. with plans. enabTin builders Co show the Automatic Machinery. JAMES W, NEILXa, Quick Returns Manager. i" w iey lufsuvur, A uiB wejuuia psja Ifrasd wMklT. slstvTJtl llinatntCbM br 1W latfvMt oiroulaUoa of any sotsmUflo work In ayuiiuium AvuiuusaVBMmr.oiy', tl jeMT. W"l"aW 4S ellisj, JS1TWJ All! tiful plftteN, in oolortv and bona ask, with Diana, amavhllna contain pna hatoera IB ot ddraaa aoAUWAT, Works at Pallaa Station, Utah, h. o. w. and u. p. tracks. Offloa 1 No. Ota Pa O BIk., Salt Laka City. TsUkeae tit.