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WALK r R LAKE BULLETIN.
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY.
' Jo h n M. c»*ph*U,
I Editor and Proprietor.
i=r'~ RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION
(Invariably in i<lrancc):
1 year, poetage prepaid.»■’<<’
I montlia, •• .. *
S montlia, " “ .*• 1 '
Delivered by carrier, without additional
charge, to aubacrihera in liawihorne.
W. A. HAWTHORN,
JUSTICE OP THE PEACE,
COLLECTIONS MADE. CONVEYAX
cea, Deeds. Mortgages, Bonds, etc., exe
cuted. All legal business promptly attended
Office adjoining Sazerar Saloon. Office
houra: 9 to 12 x. m. tc# -l r. m.
j» CAiiL
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
AT LAW,
HAWTHORNE, NEV.
COLLECTION.S MADE AT ALL TOINTS
in Nevada and California.
All papers correctly drawn.
Particular attention paid to mines and
mining.
_jTb. MOONtYr
CONSTABLE OP MOUNT CORY
TOWNSHIP.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY ATTEND
ed to.
Oflice, with the Justice of the Peace.
THQS.C.P.^TCHAF,D,
JUSTICE OP THE PEACE,
Mount Cory Township,
CORYVILLE, NEV.
CONVEYANCES, DEE DM, MORTGAGES,
Collections, etc., promptly attended to.
Office hour*!—!i to It A. m. and 1 loin. m.
WM, SOMERVILLE.
DISTRICT MIXING RECORDER,
Mount Cory Distract,
CORYVILLE. ESMERALDA CO., NEV.
S. GRANT MOORE, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
HAWTHORNE, NEV.
T. WNLU. W. TATLOU.
WELLS a TAYLOR,
TORN KYS-AT-L.AW,
HAWTHORNE. CANDELARIA AND
AURORA,
Will Practice lien.re All the Courts.
ALFRED LILIENFELD,
(SncccBaor to F. Bo*kowitz,)
County Building:* Opposite State Capito!,
CARSON CITY, NEVADA,
—DEALER IN—
CLO T KING,
DENT'S FURNISHINC GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
1 TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC.
\ —
Constantly receiving the latest novelties In
I Neck Wear and Gent's goods of all descrip
lions and line quality.
Country Orders Solicited and
Promptly Filled.
COMPETITION DEFIED.
• •
OR MS BY HOUSE.
CARSON CITY, NEV ,
HIIAUP BROTHERS, - - - Proprietor.,
■ Thi. hotel la the moat pleasantly ami t en
irallv located in I lie eltv. being near the prin
cipal business houses and the State Capitol.
The Culinary Department is under the man
agement of experienced heads, and no ex
El'wwiJ1 be spared In supplying the table
with the best the marked adonis,
„**• SHARP, (formerly of the Revere
Rouse, Napu, California), Manager.
THE ORMSBY (HOUSE
la the hcnthinaricra for all the etaae line,
leaving Canton.
Transient Rale*. $4, *4.50 and *5
.. cent, each
-
LONGFELLOWS POKTICAI* APHO
lil'-Ms.
MONEY.
Whereunlo is money good?
Who ha* it not wants hardihood.
Who has it has much trouble and care,
Wiio once has hail it has despair.
TUB BEST HKU1CINI8.
Joy and tcmpcpance ami repose
Slam the door < n the doctor's nose.
SIN.
Man-like in it to fall intoadu.
Fiend-like is it to dwell therein.
Christ-like is it for sin to grieve,
God-like is it all sin to leave.
RETRIBUTION.
Though the mills of God grind slowly.
Yet they grind exceeding small;
Though with patience lie stands waiting.
With exactness grinds he all,
rOVKHTT AND BLINDNESS.
A blind man is a poor man, und blind a poor
man is.
For the former aeeth no man, and the lutter
no man sees.
LAW OP LIFE.
Live 1, so live I,
To my Lord heartily.
To my Prince faithfully,
To my neighbor honestly,
Die V, so die I.
CUE EDS.
Lutheran. Popish. Calrinlstlc. all
These creeds and doe’lines three
Extant are; but still the doubt is, where
Christianity may be.
THE RESTLESS HEART.
A millstone and the human heart are driven
ever round:
If they have nothing else to grind, they must
themselves be ground.
CUItlSTI AX LOVE.
Whilom Love was like a tire, and
Warmth and comfort It hestioke;
But. alas! it now is quenched, and
Only bites us like the smoke.
AliT AND TACT.
i Intelligence and courtesy not always tre com
bined ;
Often in a wooden house a golden room we
find.
TRUTH.
When by night the fiogs are croaking,
Kindle but a torch's tire:
Ila! how h(*»ii lliey ail arc silent!
Thus trutli silences the liar.
Try Again.
A druggist was sitting beside the
base-burner in his store, staring at the
rows of hollies on the shelves and won.
dering why the people don't take more
medicine, when the door softly opened
and an eight-year-old urchin dodged
in. Walking up to the compounder
of prescriptions, he said:
“Mister.ain't thcreaome kind of stud'
that you can rub on that'll make a fel
low's skin as tough as an elephant’s?”
The druggist looked the boy over and
replied:
“ Yes; the oil of tannin will harden
the skin, if that's what you mean."
“ That’s the trick I’m playin’ fur ex
actly. Gimme ten cents’ worth.”
While putting it up the druggist as.
ked: " Wliat do you want to harden
your hands for? Going to the country
to husk corn ?”
“ Husk nothin' an’ my ban’s is as
tuff as rawhide now. I’m just work
ing up a little scheme to circumvent
the old woman’s slipper. I tried a lay
er of old leather, but site tumbled to
my little game at the first interview,
an' when 1 fell hack on a folded news,
paper she heard it cracking afore she
got me on her knee, but, if this here
stuff does Its dutv, I've got the bulge
on her, right from the word go. How
long does it take such ile as this to
put on a pad thick enough to knock
the tire out of an average spankin'?
When the desired information was
given him, he trotted off down street,
singing: “If at first you don’t succeed,
try, try again."—Morris Chronicle.
The Ciuhlftr Ahead.
A new bank, which 1ms been cstnb
lished in a town in Indiana, had eu.
gaged the services of a watchman, who
came well recommended, but who did
not seem over experienced. The I’res.
ident, therefore, sent for him to post
him up a bit. and began:
“ James, tliis is your first job of this
kind, isn't it ? ”
“ Yes, sir.”
“ Your first duty must be toexercUo
vigilance.”
“ Yes, sir."
“ Ile careful how strangers approach
you.”
“ I will, sir."
“ No stranger must be permitted to
enter the bank, at night, under any cir
cumstances whatever."
“ No, sir.”
“ And ourcashier—he is a good man,
honest, reliable and thoroughly trust
worthy, but it will he yout duty to
keep an eye on him."
“ Hut it will la* hard to watch two
men and the bank at the same time,
sir."
“ Two men—how?”
"Why, sir, it was only yesterday that
Hie cashier called me in for a talk, and
he said you were the squarest man in
Indiana, but that it would he just, ns
well to keep lmth eves on you, and let
the directors know if you liungnround
after hours.”—Wall Street Heirs.
Why They Moved.
A little boy, whose impecunious pa
rents are always moving from one
house lo another, was asked by the
Sunday-school teacher:
“ Why did the Israelites move out
of Egypt?”
“ Because they couldn’t pay their
rent 1 reckon,” was the reply.—Texas
Siftings
RAILROAD TIME TABLE, j
^ ARSON AND COLORADO R. R. !
Taking Effect Saturday January
20, 1883.
FIRST DIVISION.
BODIE AND CANDELARIA EXPRESS.
Statiovh Bndle and ***}” *' T®”«“
1X3' Cnudelttria.
Mound House. 9:811 am 0:00 p in
Dnrtou. 10:00 n m 5:B p m
Clifton. 10:4." ft in 4:41 ji m
Fort Churchill. 11:511 mu 4:Upm
M lishout. 11:50 a u 4:01 pm
Wulnnshu. 14:00 m 3:31 p til
deliver J Idlisp m 3:10 p ill
.j 12:40 p m 2:55 p in
Mason. 12:40 j» m 2:45 p in
Rio Vista. 1 :Ui» p m 2:12 p in
Reservation. 1:20p m 8:00 pm
Schurz. 1:40 i> m 1:40 p m
Gillie. 2:60 p ra 12:50 p ni
Hawthorne i S:40Pm H:»0 am
iiaw t norut.j 4:10 pm 11:00 am
Stanstleld.. 4:44 p in 10:40 am
Kinkcad. 4:54 p in 10:20 u m
Lunin?. 5:44 p m 0:65 am
New Boston. 5:56 p m 0:1* a m
Soda Springs.J » »>
1 * i 6:40 p m 8:85 a m
Rhodes. 6:50 p m 8:15 am
Belleville. 7:20 p m 7:15 a ill
•Iunction. ?:40 p m 7:35 a m
Candelaria. 8:00 p in 7:00 am
SECOND DIVISION.
BELLEVILLE AND BENTON EXPRESS.
ST.TinvH Benton Ex- Belleville
hTATioxu. preen. Express.
Belleville. 7:00 pm 7:55 a in
.1 n net idti * 7:10pm 7:45 am
•Junction.( 7:40 pm 7:40 am
Basalt. 8:45 pm 0:00 a in
Summit. 0:25 pm 5:05 am
Queen. 10:25 pin 4:15 a in
Benton. 11:16 pm 3:60 am
The above tinims are run daily and make
close connection at Mound House with
trains of the Virginia and Truckee Railroad
for Vijcinia City and Reno, and with the
Central Pacific at Reno, via the Virginia and
Truckee, for all points Kas: and West.
Slags Cnniificttuns.
Al Hawthorne with the United States Stags
Company's coaches for Aurora, Sid miles;
llodie, ,:7 miles; Lundy and Bridgeport, and
stages far Coreyrtlle, 1'2 miles.
At Lttniitg, l'A") miles front Mound House,
with Gilmer, Salisbury At Co.'s tri-weekly
stages leaving Mondaya, Wednesdays and
Fridays for Howneyville, Grantsvillo and
ltwimont.
Al Caadelaaia with the stuges for Coltitn
ltus. 8 miles; Silver Peak. Montezuma, Lida
Valley, Goln Mountain, etc.
At Benton with daily stages for Bishop
Creek, Independence, Cerro Corfu, etc.
II. M. YKHINGTON, Gelt. Stipt.
Id. J. Laws, Assistant Superintendent.
D. A. Bundek,
General Fieight and Passenger Agent.
TABLE OP DISTANCES.
Across the Continent from Sun
Prune! aco
.Sacramento . 0(1
Rocklin. 112
Colfax. 144
Summit.•••• 105
TrucUee .. 210
Reno. 245
Virginia Citv . 207
Elko.. 558
Ogden. 834
Echo Summit. 875
Laramie.1,203
Sherman. .1,317
Cheyenne.1,350
North Platte.1,577
Omaha..1,880
Chicago.2,410
New York.3,318
Boston. 3,430
AIRGINIA AND TRUCKER RAILROAD.
Virginia.0..
Gold llil!. 2..
Baltic ..2%
Scales. 4%
Silver. 8..
Mound House.11..
Eureka.12%
Merrlmne.15%'
Brunswick.18. .
Morgan.17..
Mexican.17%
Carson. ...21. .
Lake View.25%
Mill Station.27%
Frnnktown.30%
Washoe .35..
Steamboat ..40%
lliilinker's. 46%
Reno.51 \
CARSON AND COLORADO RAILROAD.
Mound House.-.. 0
Dayton. 8
Clifton. 18
Fort Churchill. 28
Washout. 28
Wabuska. 38
Cleaver.42
Mason. 45
Rio Vista.54
I enervation. 58
Schurz.85
Gill is. 78
Hawthorne.100
StnnsfteUl.110
Kiakond.lli1
Lulling.125
New Boston.131
Sodn Springs.137
Rhodes.143
Belleville.150
Junction.152
Candelaria.158
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
QF TIIK STATIC AND COUNTY.
Slate of Nevada.
Governor.JEWETT W. ADAMS
Lieutenant Governor.CHAS. E. LAl’GHTON
Secretary of State.JOHN M. DORMER
Controller.,T. F. HALtOCK
Attorney General.W. II. DAVENPORT
Surveyor General.C. S. PREBLE
Treasurer.GEORGE TUFLY
Sup’t Public Instruction.C. S. YOUNG
f..T. P. HAWLEY
Justices Supreme Court j ..C. II. BELKNAP
I
i.O. R. LEONARD
Clerk Supreme Court.C. F. BICKNELL
Stale Printer. J% c. HARLOW
(JOHN P. JONES
United Statfcs Senators -
(JAMES G. FAIR
Representative in Congress. .G. W. CASSIDY
Ksineruldu County.
District Judge.M. A. MURPHY
State Senator.J. B. GALLAGHER
.T. II. WELLS
.R. T. MORRIS
Sheriff.,.D. J. ROBB
County Clerk.J. W. BLEAKLEY
Auditor and Recorder.F. II. RICE
District Attorney.1). .J. LEWIS
Treasurer.ANGUS McLEOD
Assessor.S. B. HINDS
Superintendent of Schools_IRA P. HALE
Surveyor.A. GARRARD
Public Administrator.C. B.- KIMBALL
f.M. M. GLENN
Commissioners ..D. II. McNETT
l ......W. T. MATTINGLY
Township No. SO (Hu wthorne).
Justice ortho Peace..W. A. HAWTHORNS
Countable.0. L. M. COMSTOCK
f.JOHN FORBES
School Trustees |.F. A. ANUELI,
l .E. PRINCE
Township No. 121 (CoryTlIle).
Justice of the Peace ,...T. B. PRITCHARD
Constable.J. D. MOONEY
FRAZER & WI’CINLEY,
SALOON,
CORYVILLE, - - NEVADA.
Everything of the best in ihe line of Fine
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
—Patrons \\ill receive—
COURTEOUS TREATMENT
—AND—
PROMPT ATTENTION.
Those who patronize us will find everything
as represented, and will always get
A SQUARE DEAL!
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS.
IN THE MATTER OF FURNISHING
Plans and Specific at ious fo* a
A COURT HOUSE AND JAIL
(With approximate estimate of cost of mate
rial tor and building same) to In* built at the
town of Hawthorn, Esmeralda county, Ne
vada, said plans and specifications, with ap
proximate estimated cost, will be received by
the Hoard of County Commissioners of said
county, at the oilier of the County Clerk, at
tlie town of Aurora, up to
MONDAY, A PHIL 2, 1883.
The building is to be two stories, built of
wood, dimensions 38x81 feet, with stone or
brick foundation. On the ground or first floor
there is to lie a halt and five rooms, one of the
rooms to he used as a jail and to be *30x38,
ceilings of all rooms and jail t l feet in the
■ tear. The second story to contain a Court
room 30x38 and 4 offices; celings to hr 18 feet
In the clear. Stairway from hall on first floor.
Inside building, to second floor. Balcony on
me end and side of second story, and porch on
me end and side of lower story. The build
ing is to bo enclosed with rustic, and all the
inside of building ceiled and wamscotted.
The plans and specifications, including the
ipprnxiinate estimate of cost, approved bv
he Hoard, will bo paid for in the sum of fifty
$r»0) dollars.
By order of the Board.
.J. W. BLEAIvLEY, Clerk.
Dated Aurora, March 10, 1883.
THE SAZERAC.
MAIN STREET,
HAWTHORNE, NEVADA.
COMSTOCK & RICHARDSON,
PROPRIETORS.
r»“THE FINEST RESORT IN HAWTHORNE!
OUR STOCK OP
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Arc the* Choicest Brands.
« ,
The Public is Invited to Make tlic
ttnzernc their Headquarters.
• , . i •
NEW AND ELEGANT CLUB ROOMS
%
The proprietors will endeavor to sell the
very best, of every article in their line, and
thereby merit a liberal share of tin? public
patronage.
COMSTOCK & RICHARDSON.
DELMONICO
CHOP HOUSE RESTAURANT AND
BAKERY,
MANN & SWINDELLS, PROPR’S.
STEAKS,
CHOPS,
OYSTERS,
CAME AND FISH.
MEALS COOKED TO ORDE*!
DINNER FOUR 6’OLOC’K, P >1.
HOUSE OPEN NAY AND NI8HY.
CAPITOL SALOON
MAIN STREET, HAWTHORNE, NEV.
Chas. B. Kimball,
proprietor.
A ('IIOK'K NIIPPLV OP
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
, Constantly on hand.
THE BEST LAGER BEER
ALWAYS ON DRAUGHT.
patron? receive courteous treat
■mum and prompt attention.
Pioneer Saloon,
—AND—
BILLIARD HALL,
Opposite Depot,
HAWTHORNE, NEV.,
DAVE GRAHAM, • PROPRIETBR.
WINES, LIQUORS and . CIGARS
Oft he Best Quality Borved to patrons.
THE FINEST BILLIARD TABLE
In the State.
LARCE CLUB ROOMS,
Newly furnished, Attached.
WGIVB DATE A CALL.'W

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