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SATURDAY JANUARY 87. 1H7T CO C K C "INT ELL! C E N C e. Death; of Judge FKzer, Ju le 3. 3. Pitzer, a residunt of Piocbe since D.oembir, 1870, died at tbis place on Thursday last, after ft linaering ill ness lasting nearly three months, most of that time he being csnfintd to his residence on MoCannou street. His death occurred at 12 o'clock on Thursday morning, and although it was or has been eipeoted for sums three weeks, still it was a sd blow to his numerous friends iu end around Piocbe, and will be much regretted by numerous friends in Virainia City, thmuabout the State and in California. Judge J. 8. Pitzer was a native of the State of Ohio, and was born in the year 1318, making bim a little over. 58 years of age. lie removed to Illinois at an early age and served with grunt gallantry in the Black Hawk war. He aftorwards studied law in Illinois, and practiced his profession there some years. His first partner was J. M. Caruthers. afterwards noted in political circles. He came to California early, crossing the plains, we understand, in the year 1849, He was elected Distriot Judge of Trinity and Saastn counties, but soon after resigned his offioe and resumed the practice of bis profession at Weaverville, Trinity county, and since that time has re sided on this Coast, having lived iu California until 18C4, at which time the Washoe excitement break ing out he emigrated to Virginia City, wbioh town became his residence and place ol business until 13G8, when he moved to Hamilton, thenoe to Pioche. During the political excitements of the election of United States Senator from this State from 1865 to 1874, the Judge's name was always mentioned as a promi nent candidate for that position by the Democratic party, but the Republicans always bemy in the ascendant, elected their favorite, Jesse a. Pitzer was a member ot th Masonio Order, and belonged to Escurial Lodge of Vir ginia City. The members of St. John's Lodge No. 18, of Pioche, havo taken charge of his remains, and he will be buried nnder the auspices of the Lodge from the lodge-room on Laconr stree to' dav at 2 o'clock p m. A notice pub' lished to-day requests the members of the Lodge to be on nana prompty at l p. m to attend the funernl. We sympathize with hts wife in her misfortttue, as do many friends of the late Jesse S. Pitzer. Fbox Deadwood Citi. We have be fore ns a letter written to a resident of Pioohe, dated December 20, 1876, from Deadwood City, in which the writer says it took his party 23 days to make the trip from Cheyenne to Deadwood. He expected to find a more extensive min ing country than what thero is there. The Hills cover an area of about sixty or sevinty miloi. No gold baa been found out here in paying quantities, and that is very limited. About uext Summer will work out most of the placer claims here. The quartz I don't go much on. I have seen what they call the best quartz mines here. There has not been much work done on them yet; As it ii, they look like a regular quarry. The formation is Blate, with some quartz and cemeut or sediment mixed in. The slate, I think, is nothing but high bed rook. Times are terribly dull here, and there are a great many broken men. There are not twenty men working for wages on the gulch. There is no excuse for this, as the diggings are drifting, I which can be worked in Winter as well ns Spring. The weather has not been so very oold as yet tbere Is about snow enough to make good sleighing. There I is plenty ot timber. The water for in in I ing purposes is scarce; that is if the f mines were extensive, there being only t one good Bluioe bead at the best. Two days ago the Indians made a raid on the stook at Spear Fish, about 12 miles from here, and got away with about fifty head of homes. A couple of men were killed last week between here and Cheyenne. I expect to start from here with a party for the Big Horn Mountains. Tbere is no show to take ud anv around here. aad they ask more for olaime than what is on the bed-rock. Don't advise anyone id come nere. Cold Weathkb. On Sunday night started the ooldest weather we have ex perienced in Pioche this winter and to wards Monday morning the air was ex ceeding frosty and cold. The inn came out bright on Monday morning but it lauea to matte tbe air feel any warmer Some of our milkmen related to us that ujuk taisen iresn ana warm from cows at Kose Valley on Monday morning froze before reaching here the same day, some thing unknown to them before, especially when the sun shone as bright as it did un montiny last. Several oanary birds, hloh were nets, froze to death nn Snn. day night, and there was much mourn ing and tears shed over the little feath eted corpses by their respective owners Coashno Accident. One of the re results of oostiug was experienced on flioudsy night last by Mrs. McDonald, who unfortunately bad her right leg uiuaea oetween the ankle and knee by oeing run over by a sled. It was a com plete fraotnre of the bone. The lady " coasting aown Ely street in com Pany with a little oirl shan a alH in 'he rear, wbioh was going faster than the one on wbioh she was riding, oollied th her's, knooking her off the sled and uuu.na over the leg wbioh was broken Although ull the partiei were tossed off "o me snow, that was the only acoi " iui occurred. Alps Mtn,. The Alps mill shipped during the past week six bars of bullion niueu at S8.iJ28.34. Raymond & Bljr Annual Meeting-. The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Raymond & Ely was held on Tuesday last in San Francisco, re sulting in the election of an entire new Board of Trustees, which fact we are pleastd to announce. There is good reason for believing that the pew Board will not pursue a policy similar tot that which has been so persistently adhered to for the past year and a half. A mine never was nor never will be developed without prosecuting work upon it. Un der the old management the mine hsd as well lain Idle for the last year, for it was but ono remove from it When a few thousand dollars stand in the way of developing a mine the managers bad bet ter draw out and go to farming, they must take chano? or go at something else. Judging from the well-known character of the members of the new Board, a radical change may be expecUd in the working of the Raymond & Ely, for they bear the reputation of live, practical mining men, who believe in go ing ahead when they have good reason for believing their efforts will be re warded. Would such a mine as the Raymond & Ely lay idle if located on the Comatock? Not much I Then, why should it remain so if located elsewhere? At present work is pnshed ahead on many mines aronnd Virginia that oan in no way be compared to the Raymond & Ely mines which never have nor never will return a two-bit piece for the hun dreds of thousands of dollars expended in their development. The men who have just been ousted from the Raymond & h,y to a certain extent controlled the destinies of the Meadow Valley for the past two yeurs, and the result ia about the name in both cases. The course pur sued by these men has had a damaging effect upon the entire mining interest of Ely District, and if they were in power much longer, everyone around Piocbe would have to emigrate not because the mines are worthless, not that they are worked out, or anything of that sort, but ou account of a disinclination on the part of the Trustees to work a mine that has paid to its stockholders ten dollars in dividends for every dollar they were required to put up for working purposes. We expect better things from the new management. There is a rumor that Captain H. H. Day has been appointed Superintendent by the new Board of Trustees. Not Up to ths Standard. A few evenings since a large number of ladies and gentlemen and a still larger number of children of both sexes were coasting down Hoffman street, and were having a real jolly time. In the oonrse of the evening one of the sleds with a number of children aboard capsized, and among those floundering around giving vent to his feelings as though a leg or an arm had been severed from his body, was a little boy. Hu was not dressed to kill; in fact, quite the reverse, and bore un mistakable evidence that bis parents were not even well-to-do. All this was bid by the darkness, and a lady rnsbed forward and picked up the urobin, ex claiming ns she did so, "Ob, you sweet little dear" This did not hold good long, for as noon as she took iu the situ ation, tbat youngster was dropped as something to be loathed. An audible smile went round among those gathered in the immediate vicinity of the capsized sled at tbis sudden revulsion of fettling. It was but loo evideiut tbat the lady's ilea of a "sweet little dear" was some thing different from the youngster she had so unceremoniously dropped, was to a oertain extent governed by the material his clothes were made of and the amount of wear and tear they had sustained. New Tbcsteks. A telegram on Tues day last came to the State Bank ot Ne dada notifying the Bank cf the election of M. J. and M. L. McDonald, T. C. Banks, R. H. Minister and E. J. De- Cruno as Trustees of tbe Raymond & Ely Mining Company, of Pioohe, for the next proceding year. Wis. Williams arrived from Leeds on Monday last. He does not oome to stay, but will return immediately and stay with a location he and others have made over in the sandstone, which he thinks is as good as any location made in Har- risburg District. Fibs Pluqs. The fire plnge were x amined on Tuesday last by the offioers of the Pioohe Fire Deparment, assisted by (Japt. Lubbock, to see if any of them bad become frozen during tbe cold snap Tbey all proved to be in good order in case of a lire. In Town. Jack Gilmer arrived in town on Wednesday last from Harmony, Utah. As soon as tbe snow disappears sufficiently he will select a better road from Leeds to Pioohe than the one now in use. Fbom Wabd. T. 0. Fonjade, Mrs Mahoney and Bill Mahoney arrived on Wednesday morning last from Ward City by private conveyance. Mr, Pou jade reports tbe roads in good order from Ward tJity to i'locne. Thb Election. Tbe election for Ohief Engineer and Seoond Assistant of the Pioche Fire Department take plaee on Wednesday, Jauuary 31st, at the bouse of Piocbe tlose uoinpany. Licenses. The Depnty Sheriff has been extremely busy during the past week collecting quarterly lioenses. An attachment suit was commenoed on Tuesday last by tbe State Bank of Ne vada against L. V. Loo mis & Co. for the sum ol Vl.UUU. Napolion riding boots made to order at short notice by J. B. Stephens. District Court. j The Court met on Saturday morning, j January 20tb, and transacted the follow business: Hteinbardt, Coleman Bros, and Neu stadter vs. Joseph Rich; motion to strike oat answers and for judgment in the above entitled oases partially argued and oontinned until Monday, January 22d. h. Solomon et al. vs. M. i uller et al. ; motion for a new trial denied and judg ment amended so as, to run in favor of L. Solomon, surviving partner of An tonio Cardenas, instead of L. Solomon and D. L. Deal, Publio Administrator and Administrator of the estate of An tonio Cardenas, deceased. F. W. Clute vs. W. testis; oalred for trial, and by consent, oontinned nntil Saturday, January zlla. Monday's Pbocikdings. Court met at 10 a. m. ; following bnsi- nes transacted: hteinhart, Coleman Bros, and Neustadter vs. Jos. Rich; tbe motion to strike out answer granted; five days given the defendant to file an swer upon payment of $15, plaintiff's costs in each BUit. Court then adjourned till Saturday, January 27 tb. The Pboposed Addition. From a let ter received on Thursday last from J. C. Bowmer, member of the Legislature from Linooln oounty, we learn that the pro posed addition to the State of Nevada from Utah Territory (a resolution to that effect having been introduced by bim in the Nevada Legislature), will take in all tbe ground south of the 39th parallel of latitude and west of the 34th parallel of longitude, xma will include tbe counties of Washington, Kane, Iron, Piute and the greater portion of Millard oounty. This mining portion proposed to be an nexed would be of great benefit to the Silver State of Nevada. He also states tbat the delegation from here are in fa vor of re-districting tbe State according to tbe bill, a synopsis of whiob has been published. Tbe general feeling here seems to be against the re-districting bill. Meeting of thb Bab. Yesterday af ternoon at two o'clock a meeting of the members of the legal fraternity of Fioche was held at tbe offioe of Bishop & Sabin, for the purpose of taking suitable action in tbe matter of the decease of Judge Pitzer, A resolution was passed to the effect tbat all members of the bar now residing in Fioehe should attend the funeral to-day, and also tbat in Court to day a Committee should be appointed to draft suitable resolutions in regard to the death of this time-honored member of the bar. Stolen. A thermometer has been hanging outside of . the door of the Recobd office for the last six months, but lu Sunday night it disappeared. Probably some petty larceny thief, in looking at, unfortunately placed his bands npon it, and it being so oold tbat tbey froze to them, he was obliged to cairy tbe thermometer off to save bis fingers from being amputated. Take Notice. Chos. Stein gives no- tioe in to day's Recobd to numerous owners in the Black Frinoe mine, situ ated in Ely Mining Distriot, tbat be has expended the gum of $310 on that claim n money and labor, and that If tbe said proportional owners do not pay their due share of said amount, the said mine will be forfeited to bim according to law. Closing, of the Mill. The Alps mill will be closed from date on account of repairs to be made to it nntil February 1877. Parties wishing ore crushed should leave notice at the offioe of tbe Company on Cedar street, direoted to lno. H. (Jollier. All ore will be worked in tbe order in which it is reoeived. Mails, Ac Pioohe failed to have a mail by way of Hamilton from Tburu day, the 18th inst., nntil Wednesday tbe 24th, at whioh time the stage ar rived, bringing San Francisco dates np to the loin mat. Mans were dispatched from here in extra wagons on Sunday Tuesday ana . Wednesday, tbe regular stage departing on Thursday morning witn tne rest ul tbe mail matter to that date. County Commisbionebs. The Board of County Commissioner met on Hon day, the 22d inst., and transacted the following business: The bond of G. R, Alexander, Superintendent of the Pnblio schools ot .Lincoln oounty, was pre sented, approved and ordered aied. l)r. S. L. Lee was appointed Publio Adminis trator for Jjinooln oounty. The Board then adjourned. Euoeni Hazabd, who bas been con fined to bis house for some weeks, was operated on by the attending physician during the pist week and over two gal lons of water taken from bis stomach Tbis was an immense relief to him and be bas commenced to mend verv rapidly Distbict Codbt. The Distriot Court will meet to-day, and a committee will be appointed from members of tbe Bar to draft suitable resolution in regard to the death ot Judge J, 8. Pitzer, after which it will adjourn. One. There is only one prisoner in the County Jail; Wm. Dennis, charged witn sheep stealing. Starts To dat, By a telegram re ceived by Frank Wheeler yesterday w learn tbat Capt. H. H. Day starts from San t ranoisoo to-day for Pioohe. Goino Up. Before the stook Board met yesterday in San Francisoo $9.60 was offered tor 10,000 shares of Raymond & Ely, or any portion of It, Postponement. Notice i givtn in to-day's issue, of the postponement of sal of the personal property at High' , ltnd nntil Monday, January ilDtb,, A Committee. Tbe three fire com panies of Pioche met last evening and Beleoted a committee of five from each respective company. The said commit. tee of fifteen will meet on Monday even ing, the 29 1 h inst., end nominate can didates for Chief Engineer and Second Assistant of the Piocbe Fire Department to be voted for on Wednesdav. Coasting). During tbe first part of tbe week in tbe evening coasting has been dulged in to a considerable extent nn Ely, Main, Meadow Valley and Hoffman streets. The pleasant moonlight nights makes this sport very agreeable. Only one aecident has occurred, which we note isewners. Pbopobals fob Wood. Sealed pre. posals will be received at the office of the AlpB S. M. Co. to February 6, 1877, to deliver 1,000 cords of cedar wood at the Condor mill. Condor Canyon. See no tice published in to-day's Recobd. A Labors Force. We are informed by Theodore A. Hale, acting superinten dent of the Alps mine, that a larger foroe of men will be placed to work in that mine on the first day of February. A Row. A fight occurred at the Court House on Tuesday last, in which a gen tleman warmed an American citizen of African desoent. No arrests. Delinquent. The delinquent list of th. Raymond & Ely mlno Is published In to-day's Rxcobd. Chasms or Meettho. The Pioche Hose Com pany wtll meet on Monday, February , lyTT. Bullion. Wells, Fargo 4 Co. shipped this week bullion valued at $5,435. THB AUTHOR AND NIGHT. THB FIRST Trials of the Playwright. Hl Sensa tions on Witnessing the Murder of HI Beat Efforts, The following from the Virginia Chronicle of the 15th conoerns no leBS a personage than Pat Holland, who, it is hardly necessary to remind our readers, at one time flourished in Piocbe: It is very seldom, even in tbe best regulated theaters, that a new play runs off smooth. y. The omission of a word sometimes turns a good bit into a flat remark, which does not even call forth smile from the whole audience. Tbe feelings of a dramatio author just at that time are peculiar. He prays from his inmost soul for a Galling gun to sweep tbe performers from the stage, after whioh be could commit suicide with resignation. liast Saturday night was tbe occasion of tbe first production of Signs and Pass words, a local farce, written by Pat Hol land. Pat was behind the scenes with tbe manuscript in hand. The play opened well, and the actors seemed to have their lines pat, as tbey say. "Now, remarked the author, turning toaCbron lole reporter. "Now comes something red-hot; just listen; you'll ate the house jnst split themselves laughing." He lifted hia band at the place where tbe big joke was to come in, but the performer cleared tbe point like a blooded flyer going over a hurdle. He never touched it at all. Pat's face, which a moment before was grinning in expectation, sud denly gave expression of profound as tonishment and tben it grew pale. Pres ently be found his voice and remarked in an undertone to the reporter: " ??? The next joke was treated in tbe same way, and the next, tbe actors avoiding tbe points with astonishing skill and rrgoiarity, and tben running back io put them in plaoes where they did not be long. Sometimes Pat would jump two or three feet in the air, and tben his hand would go back nnder his ooat while it olutohed nervously for a revolver or bowie knife. When the eurtain fell be sprang into the middle of the stage and remarked to one of the performers " !!! to which the gentleman replied, 111" et cetera. All dramatio authors go through tbe game experience npon tbe night of the first production of a pieoe, and the wise playwright goes off and gets gloriously drunk upon snob occasions. The piece is now running quite smoothly, and the jokes never fail to bringdown the house. Two Governors in South Carolina and Louisiana; two drinks for "One Frioe One Bit," each, at the Panaca Saloon, Laoour street. Full assortment of groceries and pro visions at T. C. Foujade's, Meadow Val ley street. tf. Thb San Franoisoo Bestaurant has just received a lot of fresh oysters, to be sold for z pet can. tf Fbksh Honit in comb at Wilson's Cigar Store, wholesale or retail. dl3 Coonao, brandy, fine whisky, Holland gin, and old Jamaica rum, at T. C. Pou- Bibt brands of Tobacco and cigars st Foujade's. tf Fbisr Garden Seeds at G. R. Alexan der's Drug Store. Impobtkd sherry, port and olaret wines st Foujade's. tl Casass. Fresh White Biver oheese just reoeived at T. 0. Foujade's. A HOBsa and wagon for sale. Apply to W. R. Wilson. tf THE DAILT ALT! CALIFORJIA, rsriHI OLDEST AND BIST NEWSPAPER JL on the Pacl&e Coast. Published at naa Vranclaco, California. SabacrtpUoaa reoeived by C. WIXDBBHOLD. An Original View. The following bit of history baa been unearthed by tne New York Tribune. It sayB: Senator Charles Pick bey, of South Caroliua, one of tbe framers of tbe Constitution, and the most eminent member of the Senate in the Sixth Con gress, made a long speech against the Rots Electoral bill in March, 1800, io wbich be answered preoisely the same arguments which tbe Democrats are making now. Speaking of the intent of the framers of tbe Constitution, be mads tbis emphatic and noteworthy statement: 'Knowing that it was the intention of tbe Constitution to make the President com pletely independent of the Federal Leg islature, I well remember it woe the ob ject, as it is at present not only the spirit bnt tbe letter of tbat instrnment. to give to Congress no interference in or control over the election of a President. It is made their duty to count over tbe votes in a convention of both Houses. for the President of the Senate to deolare who has the majority of the votes of the eleotion bo transmitted. It never was intended, nor oould it have been safe in tbe Constitution, to have given to Con gress thus assembled in oonvention tbe right to object to any vote, or even to question whether they were constitution ally or properly given.. The right of de termining on the manner in which the Eleotors shall vote the inquiry into the qualifications, and tbe guards necessary to prevent disqualified or improper men voting, and to insure the votes being legally given rests and is exclusively vested in the State Legislature. If it is neoeBBary to have guards against im proper eleotion of Eleotors, and to in stitute tribunals to inquire into their qualifications, with the State Legisla tures, and with them alone, rests tbe power to institute them, and they must exercise it. To give to Congress, even when assembled in oonvention, tbe right to reject or admit the votes of States wsuld have been so gross and dangerous an absurdity as the framers of the Con stitution never have been guilty of. A Betcbned Nevadah. A gentleman stepped into tbe Mews office tbis fore noon and showed a reporter a letter be naa received from his motber, wbo lives in a small town in Western New York. The old lady states that there is a sensa tion In tbe village in the shape of a man bo has just returned from Virginia City, where he made a fortune. The Nevadan arrays himself in floe blaok pantB, whioh are thrust into tbe legs of nigb-beeled and brigbtly polished boots, lie also wears a black valvet coat, a thnndi-r and lightning vest, and a blue flannel shirt with an ornamented bosom. To top off this fascinating attire the re turned Nevadan cocks a large silk hat on the side of his bead. He assures the rural New Yorkers that every man of wealtn and lasnion In Virginia dresses in tbe same modest style. He shocks every body by swearing frightfully ou all oc casions and people can hardly under stand him because of the incompiehen- sible slang with wbich be garnishes his speech. He gets drunk frequently. Lie terrifies the people by exhibiting the ter rible wounds be received from a savage Fiute Indian on tbe Divide and whom be left dead un tbe field. His pockets were filled with little bits of gold and silver which he picked up from time to time on tbe streets. He says that everybody in Nevada goes with a revolver strapped be hind. The old lady earnestly beseeches ner Bon not to tall into suan dreadful habits, and hopes he will be careful of bimself and keep ont of the way of the wild Indians, and be sure and not be killed by earthquakes or savage coyotes. which tbe strange gentleman assures her are driven into town by hunger from tbe mountains during the Winter months. Sboottno Affbat at Patsom. At Pay son on Thursday night, s young man named Kace, alter loading np witn val ley tan, quarrelled with a saloon-keeper of tbe town, for wbich be was taken to tbe look-ap. Wishing to make bim com fortable for the night, the marshal who had arrested him, went oat to get some blankets, and on returning, was con fronted by the young man with a six shooter and a demand for immediate re lease. Tbe offloer couldn't see it in that light, but the prisoner made for the door and ran with the officer after bim. In his flight he turned and fired without effect. The marshal was soon joined by his son, wbo came up to tbe prisoner just as be stumbled over a rock-pile, wnen be was captured and handcuffed Yesterday morning after coming to bis senses, be offered the marshal S1UU to let him off without trial, but the officer would not accept tbe bribe. Salt Lake Tribune, ViUtn. Tbs thermometer Btood 31 degrees be low zero on Uat Ureek, Balok Hills, on Christmas morning, and about 32 "below disoovery" at Custer. J. N. CUKTIS, (Successor to Boone k Dolman) FREE CORRAL, Lawer Mala St., Plocaa, Wholesale and Be tall Dealer In HAY, GRAIN and UTAH FLOUR. . Bole Agent In Pioche for M Brother laps and IcCor- .lick . Mowiim Machines1 WAGON EXTRAS), die. Tbla Corral Is tree for the use cf Teamster, Produce vendors, eso. my9S-tf MISOELLAffEOTTB. EVERY OTHER DAY STAGE LINES. FZOOBB aaa.TO . , 13 TJ Jet. 3H 3SL JBl . 'ARB - -; SJSS.OO. HAUr-DALLT FBOM HAMILTON TO ROBTJMON CRKEE, SC-HEIX AND TRI-WKKKLY FBOM HAMTLTOH TO 0EEEET 0RIII EVEBT OTH1B DAT FKOM PIOCHE TO SALT LAKE CITY. VIA LEEDS. FARE TO TERMINUS, 40. GILMER & SALISBURY, Proprietors. CARRYING TJ. H. MAIL AND WZLLB. FAB. 00 k OO.I EXPHE88. The Three Lines mawly ItMkid with Flue AMERICAN HORSEO mm w CONCORD COACHES). Stages leave Ptocbe at o'clock A. .. nuking elose eonneetloa wit BaUrnad 8tae from Hamilton. Office at Wells, Farm Cat 'a. nll-tt Notice to Iiienholders. I!t THE DISTRIOT COCBT 01 THE SET enth Judicial District ot tbe State ot Nevada. in aod for Lincoln coanty. Fiorai springs wiur uomyany, nunun, BRtinat Pioche Sliver Mining Compter. B. H. Uim aud Charles Wiederhold, Defendants. Notice is herehv given that the above named plaintiff, the Floral Springs Water Company, uss commenced an action in in aoova en titled Court iginjt the Piocha Silver Mining, and the other defendants named, to enforcaAnd foreclose three certain mechanics, or laborers,. liens against the said Pioohe Silver Mining Company, amounting In the aggregate to the sum of 1762, in gold coin, and lntereat thereon, from the 19th day of September, A. D. 187S, at the rate of ten per cent per annum. Said liens were niea oy u. v. Boarze, wm. u aeiii ana Michael Delahant September 19, 1S7S, an duly utfined to plaintiff against the following de. cribed mine, premises, machinery and Improve ments, to wit: All tnet certain loae, ledge or mining claim, situate, lying and being in Ely Mining District, Lincoln County, Nevada, formeily known as the General Washington claim, and now known as the Pioche ledge or claim, bounded on the wast by No. S of the Meadow Valley Company'a claim, and extending easterly one thousand feet. Also the abaft, buildings, machinery and improvements on said claim, erected Dy said fioche silver Mining Company, and a snmclent apace about said buildings and improvements tor the convenient use and occupation of the same. The said leina are claimed under and by virtue of an Act of the Legislature of tbe State or Nevada, approved March 3, 1875. and all nersocs holding or claim ing liens against said p remises, under the pro visions of said Act, are hereby notified to be and appear before said court, at tne court-nouae la tne town or riocue, in aaia county, on laturdmy, tne 3d day of Febraary, A. D. 1877, at loo'clock a.m. of saldday, the same being a day of a regular term of said Court, and to exhibit then and there tbe proofs of their said liens, as provided by said Act, and all Uena not tnen so exnibitea ana provea will De deemed waived In favor of those liens so ex hibited and proved, as in said Act provided. riocHB, January 12, 1877. FLOKAL SPRINGS WATER CO. By BisBor & Sabis, Plaintiffs Attorneys. jaia-sw FTHE DISTRIOT COURT OF THB 8ET enth Judicial District, County ot Lincoln, State of Nevada. In the matter of thel Order to show oauaawhy Estate of Earl I order of sale of seal Hamilton, de- f Estate should not be ceased. J made. It appearing to the Judge of said Court by the petition this day presented and Sled by amlly S. Hamilton, Executrix of the estate of Karl Hamilton, daoeaaed, praying for an order of aale of real estate, that It is necessary to sell the whole of tbe real estate to pay the indebtedness of aaid estate. It is therefore ordered by the Judge of said Court, that all peraons interested in the estate of said deceased, appear before the said District Court of the Seventh Judicial uittnet on Monday, the 5th day mt Vabraary, A. D. 1BTT, At 10 o'clock In the forenoon of said day. at tae court-room of aaid District Court of the beveatli Judicial District, at the Court-house, In said County or Lineoia, to now cause wny an oner should not be granted to the said Kxacutrlx to sell so much of the real estate of the said de ceased as shall be necessary. And that a copy of this order be punusnea, at least four successive weeks, In tha Pioeha Bacoan, a newspaper printed and yabllshed la Bald county. Dated January s, 1877. HENRY BITES, Attest: a true copy. District Judge. J. M. Hadfobd, County Clerk. Jal3.1m GHAS. STEIN & CO., MAIN BTBEXT, PIOOHB, NET ADA, 8TORAOD COMMISSION HOUSE, Wholesale and Betail Dealers a FINE WIRES, LIQUORS & CIGARS. COUNTRY ORDERS "romptly attosdet to. ee-tf ELECTION NOTICE. NOTICB 18 HEREBY GIVEN . that an Election will be held oar' Wedaeeday Jala. Slat, UTT, At the Hose House of Piocha Boas Company, for Chief Sagiu" and Beseaial Assist aat latnmf of Piocbe lire Peparhwest. By order or tne noara ot ueieaaue. iaft-td A. H, XMANDBL, Be I it !!. i. J