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Pioche Weekly Record.
THURSDAY, JAN. 25, 1894. Official Paper of Lincoln County PBIMMUD Btsst TaoaeoAt ax THE RECORD PUBLISHING COMPANY. OF HOI: atA8ONI0 BUILDINO. LAOOTJB 8TBKBT. TKRBMi tnbeerlptlon, One Year, by Mall., gabacrlptlon, Six Montbe, " .1(00 . s so Nowe FervTawded (111 Paid for. Advertising rates fnnlshed upon application tt the office. Entered mt the Postoffloe tt Pioche, Nevada, as Beoond-Olsaa matter. v.mi,ni.tiniia in aollclted. bat tha paper will not responsible for tha opinlona of lta oor- respondenta. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. Another light fall of snow for Thursday night. Piocha wu wall repreianted at Halene this week. D. A. Reevea retaroed again from Salt Lake City Sunday. Friday'! stsge did not arrive till after five in the afternoon. George B. Warren and D. Meikle went to Ferguson thia morning. Ioe men are buiy in the vicinity of Reno putting up ice from the Truckee. John Bingham at hia claim weat of town ia developing a seam of gold bearing rock. W. J. Dooley went down to Ferguson district Tuesday to be absent several days. John Sneatu is hoisting at tha Onondago preparatory to shipping two oars of ore from there. Parties are writing from outside points anticipating a building boon for Ferguson district in the near future. Reeves, Ellis and Wilson of the Monitor group, Ferguson district, retorned to the mines Wednesday. Those who prepare for lively business at Ferguson dittriot next Spring, are not likely this time to be disappointed. Do you want some of the best underwear at prices lower than ever known here! Toen call on the Oodbe Mercantile Co. The Condor mill dropped stamps to-day on Jim Crow ore. Seven hundred tout are on the mill dump for a starter. General satisfaction is expressed at Cor bett'e victory over Mitchell the bluffing Englishman. The latest quotations of silver by mail is 664 witn bad at 13.10 and the depression in India indicates that silver will go yet lower. JOB PRINTING In all Its branches, equal In style to any, done at this office. J. V. Keeley, who has been in New York for some time past, is reported to have sold the Clementina gold claim in Yellow Pine District. At Culverwell's ranch in Meadow Valley Wash last Thursday, John Lewis was shot in the let; by the accidental discharge of a pistol. J. Nesbitt fc Bro. sent out a aix hone team to Fergueon to-day loaded with vari one supplies for the Flagstaff and other mines there. R. Hyman aent to Ferguson to-day a full complement of supplies and mining tools with which to prosecute work on several interests he holds there. Wood has been scares and in great de mand for the past ten days and is liable to advance in price. A thaw now would make wood hauling diffioult for a time. The closing out sale at the Godbe Mer, Co a store still continues. Better cash prices on anything than buyers have ever known here before. See wbat $1 cash will do. The Polaris Co. has competed the ship ment of its third car of ore from the Yuba since starting op. The ore is good grade, all running over 100 oxe. in silver and heavy in lead. Rubber goods in great variety, boots and shoes of all kinds and qualities, clothing for men and boya, women and children, at the Godbe Mer. Co's store, and all at low prices for cssh. Mr. Charles Ely, of Pioche fame, is In town. Mr. Ely is at present residing at Ooeanside, but as he baa been in the minea most of the time siuce '49, he is restless for camp life again, and may invest here. Van. derbilt Shaft Anyone knowing tne whereabouts of John Hewitt or of Garrett Maloney, or if either or both are dead, when and where they died, will confer more than a patting favor on J. D. Sullivan, 8 Montgomery Street, San Franoisco, by sending him the information. Both parties are said to have lived here IS or twenty yean ago and have large suns of money awaiting them. 8. T, Godbe, accompanied by Warren Hnssey, returned from Salt Lake last Friday on buainess connected with the existing op tion on the Monitor-Jim Crow mines at Ferguson district. They were in conference with the mine owners for several days but Just what was aooomplished is not known at the gentlemen maintained a discreet silence and the claim owner also do likewise. Rumor has it however, that the old option was declared off and new deal entered upon, similar ia terms to the first but for a shorter period. Maura Gedbe and Hussey left for 8alt Lake by yesterday's stage. Little baa been heard here from the Yellow Pine country of late but that little is good. The Keystone mill sinoe first dropping stamps has paid well, and the end of '93 found th oompany with all it debt jpaid np, mill Included. The output this month ia greater thin thnt of any month since starting, due to a ncB etriKe in me lower workings of the mine here an eighteea inch aeam of gold ore, 14 ounces to the ton haa been encountered. Five atamps are run on Keyatone ore anil five on custom orea of which there is a reasonable quantity. Eight dollara a ton is charged for working custom ore, and there are several email pro perties on the tide which are paying right along. The San Juan, Colo., emelter ia employ ing about 200 men at present. The people of Carton have petitioned Congrett in behalf of the .Wool Growers Aaecciatioo of Nevada to not interfere with the tariff on wool. A peraon ia prematurely old when bald ness occurs before the forty-fittb year. Use Hall's Hair Reoewer to keep the scalp healthy and prevent baldneea. The Polaris Company shut down their Poorman claim laat night, knocking off twelve men. The mine has a good ore allow ing yet but the falling price in silver made it too much like giving the product away. The people of Carton are proteating against the annexation of Utah to thia State. There ia no cauie for fear in that direction as in all probability the bill admitting Utah as a State will be passed st the present sitting of Congrett. - Mits Phoebe Couiint, who claimed to have been wrongfully removed from her po aitiou as Secretary of the' Board of Lady Managers of the World's Fair, submitted a bill to Secretary Carlisle of $3,000 for pay It haa been disallowed. The laat of the 200 familiea of Hollanders who were imported into the San Luis valley Colo., and swindled by real estate tbarki, left Alamoaa for Orange City, Ia., laat week. They had been swindled out of all they brought with them from Holland, It it probably not the coldett weather you ever knew in your life; but that is how you feel jutt now, became past sufferings are soon forgottten, and because your blood needs the enriching, invigorating influence of Ayer's Sartaparilla the superior medi cine. Prospectora ara turning their attention to the north sIodc of the bills weat of town looking for gold bearing sesms. Quite un expectedly, a number of hitherto valueless boles are showing good aaaayt of the yellow metal, and the effort now it to find where the pay streaks exist. Sleighing and coasting haa been better here this winter for a longer period than for many years patt. The aigna now indicate a speedy breaking up. It may be that next Spring will come along in decent aeaaon instesd of in June and J uly as haa been the oaae for three yeara paat. Aa depth it attained, the ores of Camp Floyd district, Utah, are becoming very base, and this to a surprising degree. The ores carry arsenical pyrites which cannot be worked by the cyanide process, and hypo sulphite will have to be used and at an in created coat for working the ores. The Mercur mine at Camp Floyd, Utah is reported aa sold to a Colorado-English syn dicate for $700,000 and the terms of aale aa understood at Camp Floyd are: $5,000 down, $20,000 in thirty days, $50,000 in sixty days, $300,000 in six months and the balance, $325,000, in fifteen months. The owners of the Flagatsff claim at Fer guson have agreed to settle the disputs exittiog between them and the owjiers of the Apex and Boss claims sdjoining, and to devote their energies to opening up what mineral exuta there instead of to fighting over its ownership beforehand. This is by far the most tensibls count that oould be followed. Bett for th clxjm pwuers and for the district also. Awarded Highest Honors-World's Fair. Q" PRICE S mo 9KI Powder lie ouiy Pure rcaul of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; ;.j Aluiii Usl ia Millions of Homes 4.0 Years lbs Standard State Commissioner Yerrington has re turned to San Franciaoo to open the Nevada exhibit at the Midwinter Fair. He expects to reoeive the keys of the State building on Saturday, and will at onoe enter upon the work of getting the exhibits installed. The object of his recent visit to the Comstook and other counties was to urge upon the local commissioners the necettity of shipping their exhibits at the earliest possible date, aa he desires to have the display completed by the first week in February. The mineral and agricultural exhibits from Nye and Lander counties havs been shipped Virgi nia Enterprise. A New Corporation.. Arising from the ashes of the Bullionville fire of last July, comes the Phenix Reduc tion Company, organized recently by W. 8. Godbe and others uuder the lews of Nevada, and which promises mueh to its incorpora tors in the immediate future. Ita property ceotists of the tailings there, some 75,000. tons or more, and the new mill just set in operation, ; V As atated before by us, One of the main features of the business will be to reduce Ferguson and other oree, and the" company expect to be in position to do thia in a very short time. This will make possible the working of a number of veins hereabouts, and of tbouaanda of ton from Fergueon,. which without works somewhere in the vicinity are absolutely valuelese, but which with a local market will furniah employ ment to many persona, though perhaps not much immediate profit to the owners. A Fin Valley The last number of the Venderbilt Shaft contains a fine article on our fertile and pro ductive Muddy Valley. This valley ia recognized by all who have seen it aa one of the richest in natural reeouroee to be found in the inter-mountain region. The Shaft in speaking of it says: "Thar are 22,000 aore of land, enough to provide 160-acre farms for 137 families. There is plenty of water, at least 7,700 inchas in the springs, and water which is lust aa pare SJ any that can be found anywhere. No variety of fruit yet tested haa failed to grow here, The yield is large aod tha quality perfect, The grapes grown are very fine, containing forty-two pec (sent eugar. Of vegetables and field producte, two props a year can be oroduced." and recognize what a paradise it will make for thousands when the Nevada Southern onoe toucher it. So it watt, and ,. .ill ka. Whv war it treat- ursrs not appreciated oonr and brought IntouseT Fell to Death. The Vanderbilt Shaft of tbe 19th ioat., contains the following account of the acci dent and death of August Werner reported laat week: "A very sad accident happened at Keyatone laat week. On Tuesday, Jan uary 9, August Werner, a veteran miner, whose home ia in Salt Lake City, went to the Clementina mine, in company with F. W. Blake, to get a apecimen for the Mid winter Fair. He was just descending into the 18-foot shaft, and took hold of a rope that was faatened -o the top of the abaft, to awing himaelf to the ladder. The rope gave way aud Mr. Werner fell to the bottom of the shaft, sustaining injuries so severe that he died on the Sunday ' night following, Hit body waa brought here and will be buried here. ' He leaves a ' wife and two daughtera at Salt Lake Cityf " Mr. Werner's funeral services were held Wedoeaday. Frank Alnion nave an effective little talk, aud Allen G. Campbell, who waa confined to hia bed, sen t the follow ing thoughts: 'I dont know whether Mr. Weruer, whose material body lies before us, had any religien, or not, but believe ha had, and that it wat baaed upou common tense, be cause he was a miner, smelter, a worker in raw material, a benefactor and helper of men. But having been aummoued, and law-abiding aa he alwaya was, hit life haa gone to help God, leaving his material body in our care. Let ua put it away tenderly, aa he would have done any of our remains, had wa been called first.' To W. F. Blake, who had charge of the body, and who came with it to Keyatone, and to Will Roberts, who came with Mr. Blake from Keystone, and who assisted the latter in every possible nay, to these gentle men it due much credit for their careful and conscientious performance , of all the sad dutiea which devolved upon them." Italy is disturbed to such a degree that the possibility of hit Holiness the Pope hav. ing to leave that country ia under considers. tion. Tbe Government of Spain offers to provide an asylum in oaae of need. Government officers ara after timber thieve in the Oklahoma country and number of arrests havs been made. Millions of feet of blsck walnut and other valuable timber have been atolen within tbe paat few years. The mine owners of Cripple Creek, Colo., are about to increase the hours of labor from eight to nine hours for a days work. No notice has been officially given yet of the change. When it ia, it is expected to meet with orgsnized resistance. Butte is working bard to prepare for a fine mineral display of the State at the Mid winter Fair. $5000 it needed for the expenaes of the exhibit and this has been secured by subscriptions from bankers, who will pay the amount in five payments of $1000 each. Ayer's Pills are constantly advancing in the estimation ef thoae who use them. They improve the appetite, promote diges tiun, restore healthy action, and regulate every function. They are pleaaant to take, gentle in their operation, and powerful in subduing disease. The new oruiser "Montgomery'1 made her official trial trip at New London,, Conn., on the 19th aod secured for herself the title of "queen of her class." She developed speed of 19.5 knots ovsr a thirty-six mile course and will aecure to her builders a premium of at leaat $175,000 and perhapi $250,000. Dr. Talmage has announced hia determi nation to resign hia pulpit at the New York tabernacle, hie reaignation to go into effect on (he 25th anniversary of hit taking charge. Financial difficulties pf the church aud the fact that the doctor haa preached there for the last four years without pay msy be the prime cause. R. A. Ammon, Secretary of the Gilt Edge Mining Company of Maiden, Mont, who is also a New York lswyer, bad a lively chase with a bar of gold bullion valued at $25,000 laat week. He got it to Great Falls and converted it into caah eluding three deputy sheriffs with attachment papers who were close after bim. NOTICE -or Make a Start. Judged by its population, Pioche had a better representation at tbe World'a Fair laat aummer, in the way of visitors, than any other town in the State. It ia quite probable that aa good, if not better repre scntation will be made at tbe Midwinter Fair before its' final dosing. At Chicsgo, the expression was often heard "If we had ouly known, we could have made a showing which would discount many of theae we see. here, ia minerals and other products, and with but little trouble, and it's a pity aomethiog wasn't done in time to represent at." Nevada will haVe a much better dis play on the whole at the Midwinter, than she had at Chicago,, but Piocher's there are liable to experience tbe same regrets' as at Chicago unless 'steps are soon taken to show up what we boast if so' much occasionally. Nothing has yet been done to this end, and the Record suggests that a public meeting be held and some course determined upon, subscriptions secured, though small, aod that some sort of a practical start be made. About all the cash required ia sufficient to pay freight chargea on what might now be gathered in the way of minerals, etc., and later on, when cereals and fruits mature samples could be sent which will open the eyes of skeptics as to the possibilities of Nevada aoil when only giveo a chance and upplied with water. TAX SALE Delinquent List of Property far the Year l!8, Lincoln County. Nevada,. roller Is hereby given to thoae whom It ma; con cern, and to tbe following named persons, and to. all owners of. or claimants to. tne reel estate aod lu.orovamenta thereon, or imorovementa when aaaaaaed aeDaratelv. hereinafter described, known or unknown, that the taxes, for Bute and Conntv nurnoeea for the Tear A. D. 1893. assessed gainst the following described pieces or parcels of property are now delinquent; that ten per cent penalty and two dollars 93 .00 cost of advertising, haa been added In each ease , and that any piece or parcel of property upon which aald taxes, penalty and costa snail remain unpaid on MONDAY. 15th DAY JANUARY, 1894, OF Bullionville Mill. The mill at Bullionville begun operationa last Thursday and haa succeeded to the full expectations of the owners. The 400 tons of ohloridized tailings on hand at the fire last July are being put through. Every thing worke satisfactorily and the output is fully up to expectations. Several hundred pounds of bullion is out and ready for shipment.. To avoid at much aa possible, danger from fire, eleotrio lights will be used for tbe mill, store and boarding houae. Murray C. Godbe yesterday took down from here th small dynamo from the Yuba works aud will place it in operation next week. This will supply all the lights needed. 'I notice," said ths women with the steel bowed glasses, "that if a martled woman happens to get killed the 'papers announce that 'Mary Smith, wife of John Smith, wa run over by the cars,' for instance. It John himaelf gats Jt there is not a word said of Mary, exoept to mention that he leaves idow. And that's why I'm kicking." Ex. The Truckee Republican says of a week ago last Friday: The night wu the coldest of the winter. As near aa we can learn the thermometer registered aa follows Saturday moraine at tbe places giveni Truckee, 26 degrees bslow aero; Prosser Creek, 38 below. Boss, SO below; Floriston, 18 below; Keno, 21 below; 8ierraille, ? below; Grass Valley U above; Nevada City 19 above, or so much of each parcel aa w'.ll pay tha amount of taxea, delinquency and costs against It. will be sold by me, aa County Treasurer and Ex-Officlo Tax Receiver ef aald Oountr of Lincoln, at 12 o'clock M. of said day, at tbe front door of the court houae, at tne town of noetic, in saia county, to eatialy such taxes, delinquency and costs. Bald salea will be made antiject to redemption within six months after the data of sale, by payment of all the sums aaseased against each parcel , together with three per cent per month tnereou irom tue date of sale until paid, in accordance with the pro visions of Section 6 of an act of the .Legislature of tha state of Nivada, approved Marco, Uth, 1885, page 117, . Hooka, December II, 1883. . W. 1. DOOLET. Ooonty Treasurer and flt-Omcle las Receiver of r J-incoin oouuty, neveaa. . . - Tbe Mingo Smelting Co., of Sandy, Utah, has changed its name to "The Pennsylvania Smelting Co." The ohange will not affect the management or operation of the works, There is a probability of a rifle match being arranged between the Carson Guard and Company B of San Franoisco. The latter ia the crack oompany of the California National Guard. at the the target That's a Sue baby, Wiggins, How much does he weigh?" "Depends on the ime of dsy. About 3 o'clook in the morn ing his weight seems to run up to about sighty pounds." Denvei Star. PIOCHE. Bingham John Fee almpla title to 3 lota and lmpta, lots at, St blk 35; tax 91,87; penalty 48c, poll tax S3: adv SI. total S7 33. cmrlow lteo Fee almpla title to 3 lota and impto, McOannon at; tax 13,81, penalty Mo, adv $1, total ss.08. Clark Wm Fee simple title to 3 Iota and itnpte, Cornwall Bow. lots w, so, wx ao; ta ai.ou, pen- altr Si. OS. Doll tax S3, adv VI. total 13.00. f lyunl. ax. -ixia is. i. 10. oioca t; ioisx.o, 99. as. 29. bUll lot 10. 13. blk 4: lota IS to 34 ill elusive, blk 6; lots 28, 33. blk 18; lota 37, 44, Si, blk 12: lots 3. 26. 39. 41. 69. blk 211: lots 59. 6. St), 61, 82, 1, 64, 65,66, 67, blk 21; lols 3,17, 18, blk 11; lota 24, 26, 32, 39 , 42,43, 44, 60, 61, 62, 66 to 76 Inclusive, 78 to 83 Inclusive. 88, 87, blk 23: lots 16, IS. 26, 41, 62. 68, 64 . 66, 77, Oik 24; lota 23, 45, DIX lots 10. 11. 13, 14. 16.30. 81. 81. 38. 39 40.48, 62, 63. 61, 66, 60, b!k 3d; lots 6 to 19 lucluslve, and 21, Dik 37; lots i, 2, a, a, a, o, , i, to, bo, dik w; lot 49. blk 30: lots 14, 21, 84 to et lncluSlTS, Dik 31 lots 22, 23, 28,29 . 30, 81, 32,36, 30,37. 48, 49,60,61, 62. S3: 66. 60. blk 3i lots 20. 21, 22,23. 24,36,37 88, 39, 48, 49, 61, 66, blk 36; lota 9' to 32 Inclusive, 36, S6, 88,39, blk 36; lots 7, 15, 16,17,93,24, 26,28, 27, 82, 83. 34, 36, 87, ay to si inclusive, at, m,m,8. 69, 60, 61, 02, 63, 64. 67, 68, 69, 10, Dik 31; tax 68.48 nenaltv 11.16. noil tax S3, adv Si. total (14.63. Uoodrioh H Posaeaaory olatm to lot and lmpta en Cottonwood ave, lot 69, Dik 24; tax S3.70, pen- altr (Ho. Doll tax l. adv Si. tout stf.ai. Harris Mrs H Fee aimple title to 1 lot and lmpta en MoOannon at, lot 1 blk 38; lea aimple title to t lota and lmpta. wanueu ave. lota lu. 11. 12. nit i fee almsle title to 3 lots on Cedar at, lota 32. 33.36, blk 26: fee simple title to 1 lot and lmpta, Davla at, lot 12, blk 20; posaeaaory olaim to aome lota and impa lu rear of lot 4, blk 25; fee aimple title to 1 lot and lmpta In rear of lot 10. blk 31; tax 115,76, penalty at .87. poll tax aa, auv si, total 822.02, snerwooa mre uie-in eimpie iiue iu loie and Impta. Main at. lota 36, 37, 38. 39. blk 80; fee lmple title to 2 lots and Impta, wandell ave, lota 26,26, nix 91; tax txo.26, penalty s2.02.aav S3, total S 30.87. Hypbua Luke Fee simple title to 9 lota and Impts, .ueadow Valley at, lota 7, 8, blk 26; tax 13.76. Density 37c. adv I J. total S6.12. warren ueo rosBessory claim 10 ail Of dik 1 ana impta; tax sv.io, penalty si.ai, pou taxes, aav s, total sio,oj. NEW TO-DAY. MACHINE SHOP. Having leaaed the Machine Shop of the Pioche Con. M. &. R. Co., I am ready to undertake all kinds of machine work, at terms reaaooable for Cash. - John O'Connor. Pioche, January 25, 1894. . "DICK'S" RESTAURANT AND Chop -:- House On Main Street Ia the Best place to call when you want the pest meal to be bad in rioone. Meal Ticket 3 Fpr PI, OO Thi Bakery haa also Fresh bread Pies and Cakes Every Day. liITTIin'fl ..... CHEMICAL FLUID hON-frOIMOflOre, Beware of Iraltattoms. aad lo ao be De : oelved by Mieswpreeesvtauoae. Pol ap I Iran Drums, each contain ing 6 Eaflleh or a Amert- ean lauons. ' amid to trade byauftlei . Alas, peeked la Oss-OaJloo Tina, for wuck 04 extra eesrfe le aoade. jtaally Applied. ' A Nonrlaher ef Week A Certatst Cure far Mean, CATTON, BELL A CO., SOLE AGENTS, aneeeaaora u runu, aau.au,, Mw H Catsjrsa H tMIUsflttt. tantisa: 4MIi Peelera In Base, Beaetna, Twlsur. aaeara. ate. One Gallon waaw IBlxad wlia 69 a aaausaaw yyeterwuidip 1 3fj. UmsouBly Its V 1 beep as the iai 1 SBOdsrate al I I 1 f eft Cant lack, f Tvery Pair Guaranteed. address San Francisco Cal ai an tmpy J B Possessory claim to a lot and lmpta, outside of tha limits of Panaca. east t u A Wade worth's reeidenoe; lax "c. penally 33c. poll lax U, adv VI. total t.28. Gann Birdie K Poseaaory cla m to to aorea of laud vu appln Mo 11, 2 JO. being n w qtr of a e q r sec n. 1 li a. r 7 e; Lax tic penal, y tc, adv SJ, (arrien t r ruaseaaory claim au u acres vi land and impta. including springs knotan as Brown Springe, abont four miles south of Wilton Creek Ranch; tax ft.08; penalty Tic, poll tax IS. adv (1, total $9.79. Gentry HPossessory claim to too acres lana and lmpta at rlt Tbooiae; possessory claim to lu acree lstid aad impta at hit Thomaa, formerly claimed by Mre Jennlnga; possessory c'aim to Hi acrea land and impts at 1st Thoiaan, north of Ueo- try'a Corral; tax Hi. penalty a,io. aav tutsi $47,10. Oenzer A Btutler- Poaaess. ry claim to a cabin 200 ;ard south we-t of a ) Oatnpbell a stoLe ucuse at Good Springs; tax (1,43, Density 14c, adv 11, total tl,U. tiillan 'i'hoa Possesaory claim to a nou e aud lot on Mam at, lirlatol; tax 17, lu juhtaxtJ, penalty 11.01. adv H. total 13,11. Greizorr Annie M -Possessory claim to SO acres land on appln Mo 10,&4U, being w lif of s e q'r sec 16, T 30 s, r61 e; lax $1,14, penally 110, adv 2, total ti,lS. Harris L J Possessory claim to 84 69 acree land on appln No 6, 864, being lot 1 of n w qtr seo 36 and tot l ol a w qtr seo so, ana lot i oi a e qtr sec ao, all In T 14 s, r 65 e; podaessory claim to -Hki acred land, appln 8,310, being tbe n e qtr of n w qtr seo 16. and n bf of n w qtr and s w qtr of u w qtr aeo 36 , all In T 14 a, r 66 e; posaeaaory clsini to 140 6S acrea land, appln o 4,769. oeing a w qtr of a e qtl aud a e qtr of a w qtr arc 33, T IS a, r 67 e, aud lota 3 and 4 of n w qtr sec 2, T 16 s. r 67 e; i oeaeasory claim to 160 acres laud, appln No 9. 860, being a w qtr see 'in, T 14 s, r 6o e; personal property ol Pbil Wr bt 389; tax $96,41, penalty $6,64, adv $'J, total $64,06. Hatinaker Henry P Poaaeaaory claim to Do acres land ou appln ao 10,66', being n hi of a w qtr so 3, T 9 a, r 63 e; tax $1,14, penalty ilc. auv $1, total J.iO. Hopkins A Beck Pcasessory claim to a cabin at lieleue. situated two cabina bslow Wm Jvusley's, on tie west aide of bis cabius; tax 71c, penalty To, adv $-1, total $2,78 tlulae Jauiea Possrasory culm to 10 acrea land, mar or less, and lmpta tbsreou, about 17 miles northerly from Pioche, aud known aa Al alaaoun'a rauob; tax $26,49, penalty $3,94, poll tax $3, adv $2, total $44 39. atulsealrs Jane Poaaeaaory claim -to 9 lota and imps lu Panaca, lota I end2bloox7; tax $0.87, oeuaity sso, adv si, total u,vt. Hdutstuan 1) O Possessory claim to 49 .ecrt-a laud, more or less, at Grapevine bprluua, juclud. lug epriuga, about three mile south of Ka e Hprlugs, un the rosd from Bullionville to the aluddy Kiver, ana lmpta; uttu.II, puualty SI, 62, poll tax $3, adT (2, total $18,76. Jam. sou Minnie K-Possessory claim to 480 aorea land, appln No 10,711, beintw hf of aeqtr and a hi of a w qtr sec it, sua n w qtr or a e qtr, the e hf of a w qtr, the n hf of n w qr. aud a w qtr oi s w qtr sec 23, and w lif of n w qtr aeo 26, all in T 21 a, r 66 a; lu $6.81, penalty Gdc, alv $2, total $9,49. Jonea 14zsie K Possessory claim to 40 acrrs land, appln No 9,141, beiu the n e qtr of n e qtr aec 22, 1 19 a,r Si e tax (Hk, penalty 6o, adv 2, total 32,62 Kaulx Jesse E -Possessory claim to 79 18 acres land, appln No 10,678, beiug lot 2 of u w q.r aud a e qtrol ne qtr aec 19, X 2us, r61 e; tax $1,13, pen. alty ilc, adv $2, total $3,21. Keele Wm Possessory claim to a lot and impts in Panaca, lot 1 block 3; possessory claim to 6u acrea land In Ueadow Valley Wash, being w hf of n w qtr on appln No 10,388, aeo 27, T 3 a, r 67 e; tax $17.64, penalty $2.06, poll tax $3, adT $2, total $24,70 laanuedy John J Possesso-y claim to 80 acres land, appln Mo 19,891, being w bf of n w qtr seo 10.T91S. r 62 e; tax $1,13, penalty 11c, adv $2, total $3 ,24, Lauthler EvanuaUst Possessory claim to 24U aorea land on appln No 10,484, being a w qtr of aeo 16 T 20 a, r 61 a; and a hf of ae qtr aeo 16 T 20 r 61 e; tax $3.41. penally 34 c. adv tt. total 15.76. Leavltt Alfred W Possessory claim to a house and lot In buukerville; possesaory claim to 12 acrea iaua IK muee west ol xsunxervllle; tax $6,89, penalty 88c, poll tax $3, adv $2, total $11,73. Loavltt L S -Possesaory clsim to 16 acres laud aud impts, In Bnnkervllle; tax $3,33, penalty 63o, adv $3, total $7.86, l,eon wm F Possessory claim to 8U seres laud, appln No 10,666, being u hf of a w qtr sec 6, T 16 a. r 66 a; tax $1,18, penalty Ho, adv il, total $3,34. Logan Thomas Possessory claim to 80 acres land, appln No 8.169. beiug o hf of n w atr eee 36. T 16 a, rC7 e; possessory claim to 40 acres land. Ming part or Hoot Logan s lsud and impta; tax $2,84, penalty 28c, adv $2, total $5,12 Logan Kobert Possessory claim to 280 acrea land, appln No 4,622 being, w hf of n w qtr sec 35, and e hf of a e qtr and a hf of n e qtr seo 34, T 6 a, r 67 e; possessory claim to 320 acrea land and impts NOTICE OF SUIT COMMENCED. State of Zierada. Oonnty of Lincoln. District or Prosecuting Attorney's Office. To the foil1: wing named def-ndante aodtoal owners of or. rlatmanta to tho rtl ete acd Ian provementa theieou, hereinafter tteacribd, kuiiwa ruukuowu. You are hereoy notirled that suit have b-eu ttnimenctd In the District Conrl of the tttate of Nevailt. iu aud fur the County of Ll icolt, by the Htato of Nevada Plaintiff, against the I lendanta bereinalter named, and each of the foi. lowing described tracta or parcels of land with tre impr tvemen'e thereon aod all ownerof, or ciai.n. ante to tbe earn known or nukuown to recover tbv tax and Jellnqarniy assessed to said Ueteodants eualnst aald property for the fiscal year consume, log first Monday In January A. V. 1 893, and aud. ingaecood Monday In September A. D. 1893, aLd that a auuiiujus has been duly indued: and yon are further notified that unless you appear aad answer tbe complslut nied lu tne omce oi tne District Court of the State of Nevada, In aod for the Oouoti of l.lncol.i in satd cause on or before I he 27th day of February A V 1691, Judgmmt will be taken against you, and tne rtai , atate ana improvements herein describtd for the amount of tax and delln. queucy apecifijd, aud cost of suit. Tax aud deiln. quuncy, Oregon Short Liue and tJtab Northern Railway :o. aud all owners of or rlalmanta auowa or unkuowu. The said action ia brought to recover Judgment for the sum of thirty.flve buuJred and fifty au.i eighty-eight oue hundredths dollars, that is tu say nine humier.l aud tweuty two one hundredth 1 dollara Mate tax, aud twenty-six hundr d and fifty and slxty-alx one hundrrtlthe dollars Uountytix, total amount thirty-five hundred and fifty and elgbty-elgbtuue hundredths dollara, together with ten per ceutam. and twenty-five per centum on said sum aa penalty all iu gold . oin, delinquent taxes ou property bereinalter deecrlbed, together with per enisge an l co.ts as la provided by law, aa fully set forth In a complaint on file the asms being for tax' on real and po.scasory claim and personal property for toe year A. V. 1893 described as follows to wit: Possessory claim to surveyed right of way for rail, road of alxty-flve miles, nnreorlegs, runuiug from the btate Hue on the east, eouth.weat down Clover Vallev Wash to within three miles of Pioche; w.ui sixty miles, more or less, of prepare I roa ibed uou. elating or cuts, fills, tunnels, etc., and known as tbe MllforJ and Pioche liue or the Or.fon fho.t Line and Utah Northern Railway aituated - in Liuooln county, Nevada, value of real eatate $luo,. 000, value of personal property $26, total 9IO0.L24 a W.,jULVMlWILI,. District ir Projecu'lng Attorney for liscola County. Dated Pioche. Nevida. January 16. 1894 . si? TS fiue tax S 178 DanaHv 8 adl $? total sPUbfo 4,?03 and lmpt.;belng n w qtr of a a q 5Jr ' ' l""' "- " 2, total iw.-3aiT6r.6i a. aw qtr of n e qtr and a e qtr of Atchison I B Fee simple title to 2 lotsani lmpta COUNTY. Ackerman Ida Poaeeseory claim to 860 acres of land on appln No 10,817, being the e hf of arc 22, and the n e qtr of n e qtr aec 27, T 24, a 66; tax 15.11. nenaltv 61c. adv S3, total $7.62. Aguayo A Possessory claim to 40 acrea bf land on appln No 9.931, being tha a a qtr or e e qtr aeo 36, I I $3,96. In Psusca. lota 3. 8 blk 17 1 poBeeesory claim to 164 acres of laud' in Meadow Valloy Wash, south of atatinewa ranch, aoout 7 miles souin of panaca; fee simple title to 2 lots across the atrtet from O Meltuewa', sr. residence aud adjoining D hloe on tha south; posaeaaory claim to 16 acrea of pasture laud aouin ox panaca. nuiiionvute lane, enterea by Geo W Lee; tax $84,67: penalty $8,77, adv $2, total $98,44. Kakar Dan Poaaaaory claim to a house In Hel ene, opposite Cooper's saloon; tax 69o, penalty 9o, adv 32. total tt.m. Bandman Uaaa J Possessory claim to 640 acrea of land on applu No 9,780, being all or aec 39, l 20 a, r 62 e; tax $9,09, penalty 91o, adv $2, total $12.00 Bandman Julius possessory claim to 640 acres of land on aonln No 9.776. belnj all of seo 29. T 20 a, r 63 e; tax $9,09, penalty 910, adv $2, total Barber A Poaaeaaory claim to to acrea land on patent, being n w qtr of s w qtr sec 6, T 3 s, r 88 ; tax 81.78. penalty isc, aav a?, total aj.tra. Blaity Ella T Possessory claim to 619.88 acres land on appln No 10,739, being a w qtr of a w qtr aec 32, ana a nt ana a wqtroin e qtr aeo 31 a, r 67 e.and a e qtr and a hf of n e qtr aec 3C, T 24 a. r 66 a: tax $7.24, penalty 720, aav 12, total S9.9S Blgley dward A Possessory claim to 2HU acrea land on appln No 10,816, being a w qtr of a a qtr and a hi of a w qtr, and a hf of a w qtr sec 23, and a hf of a w qtr aec IS, all In 1 21 a, r 66 e: tax S3.9S. nenaltv 40c. aav S2. total 86.38. Blgley Jennie Possessory olaim to 381.60 acrea land on appln No 10,741, being lota 1, 3, 3, 4, 6, 6, and tha a w qtr of n e qtr and a e qtr of n w qtr of aac 6, T 36 a, r 67 e; posaeaaory claim to 80 acrea land on appln No 10,167, being a bf of a w qtr aeo 23, T 24 a, r 66 e; tax $5,11, penalty 61o, a iv $2, total $7.62. Blgley Josephine Possessory claim to 629 04 acres of land on appln No 10.816, being lota 1 and and n a atr of a w qtr ana wmoi n w qtr sec 22, and lota I and 3, and n e qtr of n e qtr aec 21, and appln Mo 4,823, being a hf of n e qtr aud a e qtr aec 27, and a w qtr ol s w qtr sec 26 e l lu T 15 a, r 67 e; possessory claim to 40 acrea land, formerly the pro perty of J alulllcan. situated at St Joe; lax $27,61, penalty $5,76. adv $2, total $66,26. Lytle A Garrison Possess jry claim to tu undi vided Interest to 6 acres of land and aprluga, known ae Valrview aprluga, for mining and agricultural purposes siiuateo e mnea norm of novel City; tax Soc, penalty 6c, adv $3, total $2,62. alackey liroa Poaaeaaory claim to 300 acres laud Hesperian DRUG STORE JOHN SHIEK Druggist and Apothecary HEIjLB- D w qtr and lot 3 of n w qtr and lot 2 of n a qtr seo 1,'IH, rl-a; tax $26.27. null taxea ia. nenaltv $3,43 adv $2, total $39,70. -- Hesxs w u Possesaory claim to a lot aud iurpts in tie ene; tux 88c, poll tax $3, penalty 390. adv $2. Sotal$8,27. .'. ' - Ml .dleton J K Poaaeaaory claim to' 40 acrea land In Cave Valley about 1 mile south of J Lanter's; tax $8,70, penalty 87c, adv $2, total $11,67. morns unaa a roasessory claim to 920 acres land on anpln No 10.687. bems n hf m n tr ua 26 and 8 e qtr aec 33. aud s w qtr of s w qtr and n w qlr of a w qtr sec 24, T 14, r 06 e; tax $5,60, poll tax $3, penalty 8tio, adv 11 , total $11 ,16. aionxey nreucn saw Mill Possessory claim to 16oacresland und impta consisting of a saw mill altuated about 14 miles southeast of Helena; tax $21,311, poll taxes $9, penalty $3,03, adv $2, total $35,83. Murdoch Samuel Poasessorv claim in sin 7a acres lsud, appln No 10,641, being a hf of aec 19, T 20 r 61 e; tax $1,60, penalty 45c, adv il, total $6,95. aiurray iu i ana otners possessory claim to a house and lot in Bristol, formerly known as Mrs, llugene Blair's residence; possessory claim to 40 acres land, appln No 9,811 including springs known aa Pony sprluiis, b .iug a e qtr of a w qtr aeo 4, 1 6 r 06 e: tax $33.70, penalty $3,67, adv $2, total! 44,57. wuuar,uejr a m rossessory claim to 030 76 acres land, appln No 111,541, being e hf aec 12, Tin, r 6T e, 820 acres and s w qtr aec 7, T 1 n, r 68 a, and n e aec 8 T 19 n, r 66 e; tax $9 09, penalty 91o, adv $2. total $12, HoKlroy P Possessory claim to ISO acrea lant appln No1,880, being a eqtr and a hf ot n e q r and a a qtr or n w qtr aud n w qtr of aw qtr aud s w q'r of a w qtr seo 35, T 13, r 70 e, and n hf of a a qtr sec 20 aud e hf a a qtr aeo 21 and s w qtr of n w qtr sec 21. all In T 18, r 68 e; tax $7,95, penalty DW, NT IUIB1 eiU,IO. MoBlroy Mar) Possessory claim to 280 acrea land, appln No 7,856, beti.g n e qtr aec 28 and n w qtr of n w qtr aec 27 and w hf of a w qtr aec 22 all In T 18, rose; tax $3,98, penalty 40o, adv $2, total McNeil Bros Possessory claim to s acrea l.n.l auu impta on east lue 01 main street Overton a e atr and lota 1 and 2. aud n a atr of e w atr seo 16 . and n w atr of a w atr aec 15. and a hf of n w qtr aeo 92, all in T 24 a, r 66 e; tax $8,96, penalty poasessery claim to 120 acrea land appln No 6,222, 890. adv $2, total $11,81. being s hf of n w qtr and n a qtr of n w qtr aeo 11, Blanchetta Louie Poaeeseory claim 10 160 aorea land on appln No 10,608, being the a e qtr aeo 18, T 20 a, 1 28 a; tax $2,27, penalty 28c, adv $2, total 14. so. Blgley Peter J Possessory claim to 807.29 aorea land on appln No 10,740, being a e qtr of a a qtr and n hf of n e qtr aud n w qtr of n e qtr of a w qlr and lota 1 and 3, aeo 36, and lota 1 aud 3 and n a qtr of n a qtr sec 33, and a w qtr aeo 36, all la T 24 a, r 66 a; tax $8,63, penalty 850, adv $2, total $11,31. Ralinw Fred Poaaaason claim to 400 acrea land. lncludlna Borings, known aa Mountain Sprlnga. 16 mUea east of Panaoa and about qtr mile nortb of road from Panaca to Desert Sprlnga, with a corral on above Und; tax $1,61, penalty 460, adv $2, total W... - J .. Ulythe ueorge roasasaory maun so a mrnaca and cabin at Orescent Olty; possessory claim to a houae at Logan; tax $16,97, penalty $1,90, poll tax $8, adv $2, total ?s,ai . itrickwedel Jane H Posaeaaory claim to 830. It acrea land on appln No 10,798, being tbe w hf of w quaes 29 and a w qtr of a a qtr and a hf of ae atr aud n a-ette ef a w qtr, and lota i nd s,wdn nj OI BSC ana o mav m , , vw , tax $8,96, penalty 89o, adv $i, total $11214. Brooke Chaa 8 Poaseaaory claim to 640 acrea of land on appln No 9,772, being an 01 eee 26, T at s, r 62 e; tax $9,09. penalty 91c, adv $2, total $19. raw Chaa L Possesaory claim to 3 acrea land. including springs known aa Willow Springs, about 94 mile north of Pioche, and lmpta; tax $1,77, penalty 16c, adv 32, total $3,96. Craw H L Poaaeaaory claim to an undivided la. Uraat In 10 acrea land and imnta In Sherwood Can yoa. Including aprluga known aa Sherwood Sprlnga; poaaeaaory claim to au undivided interest to acres of meadow land, including aprlnge, half a mile Booth of t Paaslne a Oo's ranch; tax $18,64, nauitv 1.16. Doll tax $3.adv $2. total $26.80. Oook w A-Poasaaaor claim to 130 aeree of land T 16 r67 e: possessory clslm to 280 acrea lanit appln No 4,710 being, n hf of n e qtr aec 1 1, and n w qtr of n w qtr aec 12, and s w qtr of a w qtr aec 1, and a hf of a e qtr of aw qtr all InT 16, B 67 e; tax $26,46, penalty $2,86, aav $2, total $31,10. Note ware Watren B-Posaeaaorv claim to an acrea land appln No 11.323, being n a qtr ef a e qtr aeo t a ,iw,; wx oic, penalty op, aav Si, total $3,63 Noteware O N Poaaeaaory claim to 40 acres land appln No 10,468, being n w qtr of e e qtr aec 7 T 19, r til e; possessory claim to 40 acrea land sppln Mo 10,489, being n a qtr of a w qtr aec 7 T 18, r 67 a; tax $1,13. penalty II e. adv $2. total $9.24. Itoiewara aiyron a rossessury Claim to 40 acres land appln No 9,140. being nw atr of s w atr seo 14 T 19, r 64 e; tax 67 e, penalty 6 o, adv $2, total 82.03. Notaware Mary A Poaaeaaory claim to 40 acraa lanaappm no ,oui. naing ae qtr of s e qtr sec 9 T 3,r 67 e; possessory claim to 40 acrea land aonln No 9,189, being a w qtr of w qtr aao 14 T 19. r 54 e; tax $1.13, penalty 11 c, adv $2, total $3,34. MLslson ChrlitlanPoseeaaory claim to 840 acres apxvsa So 9,776, being all of aeo SO T 20. r 62 e; tax B9.08. penalty 91 e, adv $2. total 111.99. Obenaner George Possessory claim to 640 aorea land appln no v,97s. neing allot see 27 T 20, r 62 e; tax $9.08. penalty 91 e. adv $2. total 811.99. Panaca Irrigating Go roses, sory claim to Panaca Water aad Irrigating Ditch about lit miles long ana running so me sown oi ranace; tax Si,tu, pen ally 71 e. adv $2. total $9.81. Pearson Chaa Poaaeaaory claim to 130 acraa land appln No 10,643, being a w qtr of s w qtr sec 9 T 19, s and a hi of a qtr aae 34 T 14, r 86 a; poa aeaaory claim to 40 acraa land appln No 10,643, being a e qtr ot n qtr aeo 8 T A, r 67 e; tax $2,37, penally sac, aav as, aoiai B4.0V. Phelps Nell 8 Possessory claim to 830 scree land applu No 10,897, being a hf aeo 16 T 21, r 63 e; on appln No 10,628, being a w qtr of u w qtr and a w ntr of a w atr and ae qtr of n w qtr aeo 18. T 14 a, r S6 a; poaaeaaory claim to 40 acrea land on appln No U.92S. being tha a w atr of s e atr aec 81, T a a. r $9 a;tax, $5,89, penalty, 89o, poll tax $3, adT, $2, total $11,78. Oroaby A. 0 Poaaeaaory claim to 60 aorea land on appln No 6,217 being tbe n hf of n w qU sec 9, T II B, r 64 e; poaaeaaory olaim to 80 acre i land on appln No S.9C3. being the n hf of n e qtr see 8, T 16 e, r 66 a; tax $6,40, penalty $1,04, poll tax S3, adv 11. total $18.44. Crow and Pratt Poaaeaaory claim to 80 acres Und and lmpta ia Clover valley, formerly the rroyjerty of 8 Crow; possessory claim to a houae southeast of school homse, and known as the fed. flaoeblnt tax $16.97, aeually $3.30, adv $3, total fftlf n.nF a t DcavaeBet.1 claim to Ut.$4 acres land OB appln No 9.1T6, being a hf of a w atr and lots of aw qtr aod lot 4 of aw atr aec 18.Tla,r aa., aav ai .13. nenaltv Bio. adv 90. total $4,84. Dentoa 1 A -Poaseaaory claim loan undivided i .... a lcslarlnji houae and lot la Helena, on- poalte Bhtar'e house; poeasaaoty claim to a stable and corral to Helena, opposite Cooper aaloon; tax $13,81, penalty si,. pou tax w, v s, nw aae aa Drew Frank C -Poaseaaory cla m to M acres Und OB appln No 10.83, being a hf of n w qtr aec 10, T MeVrS oi tax auTTpeBalty JU, aiv3, total Dramgold John H-Poaaaaeory claim to 180 earn land on appiB no i. msi ; TMS.t SIS) tax $9,17, penalty 38c, ad V $2. total tax $1.54. penalty 48 c. adv $9. total 16.99. jamesrrPoeaessoryeiaim to 40 acree land 4.885. and impts. belni a e atr of a w atr 6 T T. a r 61 ei fee aimple title to 110 acraa Ishd Plerson sppln No 4,885. and imi and Impta pat No 2,658, being w hf of a e qtr and s S qutr of s e qtr sec 8 T 1, r 61 e; possessory claim to 240 acree land applnsNo 6,188, 8,621 siul 8,432, being s e utr of n e qtr and n w atr n e atr aeo 31. and w hf of n w qtr and n w qtr of a w qtr and n qtr of s w qtr aec 16 T 7, s 1 61 e ; possessory claim to 910 acrea land in lower Pahranagat Valley, Join ing aouth of above tract o f 340 acrea; tax $49,62, penalty $4,95, adv $2, total $66,47. Pulsisher John M Possessory claim to 9 aorea land In Clover Valley adjoining Lit oods on tha weel; poaaeaaory claim to 8 acree land in Clovir Valley joining B B Crow's corner like; poaaeaaory elalm to 20 acraa land in Olovar Vallev adlolnlna , I. Wooda on the weet ; poaaeaaory elalm to a honae nd let la C)over Valley adjoining-Mrs Jane Hlggtna on tne eaet; tax sta.TS, pou tax aa. papally 81,68, adv 99. total $19.38. Bice Dan Fee simple title to Vi lot aud lmnta and stable In Paosca lot 1, blk 17; fee almpla title to lot IB panaca ioi a, out 24; res simple title to 9 lota sad Impts in Panaoa lota 1 and 9, blk 4 tax sra.se, poll tax 93, penalty $8.89, adv $9, total $86.48. Bldlax Oee K-Fee aimple title to a lot and Impts ia Panaca lot 1, blk 27; poaaaeaory claim to 60 acres land appla No 10,679, being a a qtr of a w Str aec 9 T 9. s r 68e; tax $6,09, poll tax $3, penalty Jo. adv $2. total $11, 9 J. Kobsrta Domlnloo F "ossessory elalm to 190 scree land appln No 19,47$, being a hf of aae 89 T IN, 91 ei tax $4.6. penalty 48 e, adv $3, total $9,99, PURE DRUGS, Choicest Toilet-s-Articles PATENT MEDICINES AND -. STA-TIONERY I HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF SPECTACLES and EYE GLASSES. JOHN SHIER, Postoffice, Main Street, Pioche, Nev. Union Pacific System World's Pictorial Line, The SHORTEST LINE To All Principal PontTg. Trains Ron as Follow i Effective Nov. 36, 189$. South Boimd. Sobtu Bound. 10 KM) p, m, arrive . .Frisco , . leave 4 :S0 a. m. 7:40 p. m. arrive.. Mllford " 6:05 a.m. 13:10 p. m. leave. .Juab " 3:35 p.m. 8.00a. m. leave Bait Lake.... arrive 6:10 p. m. 80 a. m. arrive. Bait Lake ...leave 7 00 p. m. 1:45 a. m. leave ..Ogdea arrive 9M p. m. Trains betaaen Frisco and Juab run dally except Sundaya. Fqup Passenger Trains Daily Each Way Between Salt Lake and Ogden. Two Transcontinental Trains Paily Each Way Between Salt Lake and the East sod West, For rates of fare and all Information, call on or addrasa M. J. KDOEWORTH, Agent. Mllford, Utah. D. X. BURLET, General Agent Passeoger De partment, Salt Lake Olty, Utah. R. H.H.CLARK, I JOHN W. DOANE, .. I OLrTKR W. MINK, iBeoeivere. " C.kLLERT ANDERSON, I FRED HI OK It. GONDERT, E. L. LOM AX, O. P. Il T. Agt E. DICKENSON, Qen'l Manager. r.lilford and Pioche STA.GKE LrNTE, Leaves alllferd every morning except Hangar at 7:80 o'clock. Leaves Ploohe every morning exeept Monday st 9 o'clock. Through Fare each way, -Heduotloaoa round trip tlekete. $12.60 Freight at reasonable ratss. For particulars eajl on ' . g. THOMPSON Plocbe Agarl. T. J. OSBORNE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Notary Public. Office In MASONIC HALL, PIOCHE 1