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Hot Bait for a Sams Looking over
tbs bulwarks of lh goboouer, 1 law out. of thoao wretched monsters wiud.Dg lazily tMokwnrd nd forward like t long meteor, sometimes rising till bii nose disturbed tbe surface, aud gushing . sound line a deep .Drealn rose through tbe breakers; at otbere, restina motion lens on the waters, an if listniog to onr voioes and thirsting for oar blood, is we were watching tbe motion of tbis monster, Brace (a little, lively negro and my conk), suggested the possibility of destroying it. Thin Was briefly to beat Bre-briok Id tbe itove, wrap it up hastily in some old greasy cloths, as a ort of disguise, and then to hears it overboard. This waa the work of bat a few minutes, and the effeot was triumph' ant. Tbe monster followed alter tbe hissing prey. We saw it dart at the briok like a flash of lightning, and gorge it instanter. Tbe shark rose to the snr- faoe almost immediately, and his uneasy motion soon betrayed tbe suooess of the maneuver, ills agonies Deoame terrible; tbe waters appeared as if disturbed by a violent squall, and the spray was driven over tbe taffrail where we stood, wbile the sleamins bodv of the fish reDeatedlv burst through the dark waves, 'as if writhing with and in terrible convulsions. Sometimes we thought we heard a shrill, bellowing ory, as il indicative of anguish and rage, rising through the gurgling waters. His fury, however, was sooo exhausted; in a short time tbe sounds broke away into distance, and tbe agita tion of tbe sea subsided. Tbe shark had given himself up to the tides, ae unable to straggle against tbe approach of death end they were carrying his body nnre, sistingly to tbe beaoh. Olasgo w Ob server. Cbieago . Journal: It was tbe first oharch lair of tbe season, and an unsus pecting Chicago youth dropped in to see what was going on, be was immediately surrounded and aoeoBted by a chorus of duloet and persuasive female voioes, with words about as follows: "Bay one of my nice pen-wipers only $1!" "Look at theeo elegant hair-receivers only $1.75 apiece 1" "Come, now, invest in a zephyr tidy only $3 for two!" "Let me sell you cardboard match-box, beautiful and cheap, for 75 cents! "Here, buy your lady-love a book-mark for CO cents!" "Everybody needs a pin-ousbion when they are sold two for a quarter!" "Oh, do buy one of my little worsted dogs, or- elephants the pair for only $1.60?" But tbe young man, not being millionaire, gathered himself up and departed tbenoe without making a pur chase. , And then those women, getting together in solemn oonolave, decided in hushed voioes that tbe youth had given unmistakable signs of being a confirmed atheist and was certainly on the high way to rain. The Cincinnati Saturday Night relates the following: "A young woman recent ly answered an advertisement for a dining-room girl, and the lady of tbe house seemed pleased with her; bat before en gaging her there were some questions to ask. "Suppose," said the lady "now only suppose, understand that you were carrying a piece of steak from the kitchen and by accident should let it -slip from the plate to the floor, what would you do in such a oaee?" Tbe girl looked tbe lady square in the eye before asking, "Is it a private family, or are there board ers?" "Boarders," answered tbe lady. "Pick it up and pat it baok on the plate," firmly replied tbe girl. Has was engaged. Donn Piatt finds only one fault in 8. S. Cox. He is too affeotionate. When a man greets you as bis long-loBt brother; wbn be throws bis arm over yon and embraces you, yon are apt to say to your self, "Tulla, what does tbis mean? I am not a beautiful woman. What is Sammy alter?" And this unjust suspicion is strengthened on observing that nearly every man Sam meets is bailed as a long-lost brother and embraced as a beau tiful woman. Now, a man oan't have a thousand long-lost brothers, and so the cruel belief goes out tbat Sammy is a seduoing little villain, Reeking to trifle with lender affeotions for selfish ends. Niw Mill. Tbe new five-stamp mill recently ereoted by tbe Crismon Mam moth Company in Tintio. is completed, and will be started up on Monday morn ing next, running on gold ore. Mr. M. Edwards, one of tbe lucky owners and proprietors, will go down to see tbe little beauty make ber first run. It waa in correctly stated in tbe Tribune of Tues day morning tbat Mr. Charles Crismon is superintending tbe mine. Mr. Molu tyre u bead light in the Crismon Mam moth. L Salt Lake Tribune, 18. Punch: Presbyterian minister (por tentiously): "James, this is a very dreadful thing! You have beard there Is one pound missing from the box?" James (the Beadle, wbo is atrongly sus pected): "Deed, sir, to they were tellin' me." Minister (solemn j): "James, yon and I alone had access to that box." James: "It's just ae you say, sir; it must lie between ns twa! An' tbe best way'll be, you to pay tbe tae half, and I'll pay tbitber.an' say na mair about it!" A Boston dry-goods firm was cleverly swindled out of $900 by a fashionably dressed woman, wbo offered a good $1,000 for a $100 shawl, and when the olerk sent to the bank and found it gen nine, tsid sbe was insulted aud left tbe store, but finally oama baok, took tbe shawl, and got tbe change on a bad bill. The Burlington Hawkeys is responsi ble for tbe following: "Tbe other day some of the boys induoed a young man from Flint Creek to take bold of tbe handles of galvanio battery. As it puckered bim up he roared, 'Jiininy G'rimioy, let up!' Who ever heard of a thing tbat eonld make you taste green persimmons with your hands before." Norwich Bulletin: A fashion paper ays tbat damaasea will be popular with tbe ladies ' this Winter and society men nave taken a fresh hold of life. FBEIGHTEE8. EUREKA AND PALISADE RAIL ROAD. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. GREAT REDUCTION IN- RATES OF FREIGHT ! SHORTEST AND aUICKEST ROITTK TO PIOCHE, VIA EUREKA AND PALISADE R. K. AND FAST FREIGHT TEAMS. Bates payable In United States gold coin or its equivalent. All Oonelammenta of RneiAm Forwarded with Promptness and Dispatch, No Forwarding or Commission Chafiree. Hark Goods Care "B. & P. R, R." All Liquors and Liquids will be transported only at the owner's risk of leakage. On and alter May 1st and until No vember 1st, 1STO, Bates on all Firet-Olaea Freight from Palisade to Ploche will be Three (3) Oents per Pound, lncladlng transfer at Pal isade and Eureka. J, A. MATHEWSON. elS-tf Agent. G. R. ALEXANDER, Druggist ana Apothecary. KEEPS CONSTANTLY OS HANS A LARGE lot of Pure Drugs, Medicines Chemicals, Perfumer, Soaps, , ....ami.... 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Old roofs can be mtched and coated, looking much better, and asting longer than the new shingles without the slate, f or One-third the Coat of RealilnjfH"!?. The expense of slating new shingles Is only about the cost of simply laying them. The paint is FiRi-piioor against sparks or flying em bera, as may easily be tested by any one. IT STOPS EVERY LEAK, And for tin or Iron has no equal, as It expands by beat, contracts by cold, and weveb cbacks nor scales. Koofe covered with Tar Sheating Felt can be made water-tight at a small ex pense, and preserved for many years. This Slate Paint ia KXTHEMEIV CHEAP. Two gallona will cover a hundred square feet of Bblngle roof, while on tin, iron, felt, matehed boards, or any smooth aurface, from two quarts to one gallon are required to 100 square feet of surface, and although the Paint has a heavy body It is easily applied with a brush. No Tar la use in this Composition, Therefore it neither cracka In Winter, nor runs in Summer. 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XTESBITT & BB.O., MAIN AND LACOUB STREETS, PIOCHE," commission mmm BIALEBa X Utah Produce and General Merchandise IMPORTED WINES SDND EIQTJORS. n-tf Silver-Note Bank Company OF SAN FRANCISCO. 0019 BAD AAEON WIEGAND, MANAGER, VIEGISIA CUT, 1TE7AIA. IT IB rrHPOBED, AFTER ESTABLISHING the Virginia City Agency of thia Company to open Agencies of the same at Gold Hill. Sil ver Ciiy, Dayton, Carson, Aurora, Reno, Wails worth, Elko, Hamilton, Austin and Truckee. PoBtmaatera PLEASE NOTICE and atart ac tion in best quarters. Partial information in relation to this move ment may be obtained by partita well known applying, who can expedite and assist in the riUCTICAIi BEMONETIZATIOM Or SILVEB, and in Hurtio the vaLcia or hining BTnexa, by com municating (IN BTHICTEKT CONriDH.CI) perti- nent facta to the Manager as below. All DA1LIED published in the State of Ne vada (Virginia Enterprise excepted) please copy aud advertise this notice one week on lowest terms and send bill. Other Nevada papers please apply with prop er statements as to circulation, etc., aa below. San Franclaco Post, Bulletin, Call, Chronicle and Alta please advertise three insertions and aend bill. No paper need pnblishrwhich does not edito rially notice ' the advertisement. Bill should contain a clipping of ad. and notice. CONRAD A. WIEGAND, Drawer C, Virginia City Poetcffice, Nevada. 028-lw PIPIFAX. THE ROSICRCCIAN WERE A SECT OF Philosophers who flourished in Germany during the seventeenth century, and prosecuted profound researches into Natural Science and uccuii rouoaopny , ana eougm to discover the ELIXIR OP LIFE. Although some superstition may have been developed among them and other Alchemists In search for the Elixir Vitas, vet there la scientific truth at the bottom of all Alchemy and Astrolo gy. They were impressed with the properties of nannai rncraiui'lultN, And found dynamic and psychologlo force lli vne extract oi certain pianta. Is due to the researches of a learned acholarnl Europe among the archives of the Boslcrncians. it is maue ox TWENTY DIFFERENT HERBS, Gathered at such seasons of the year when their juices an strongest and virtues unimpaired, forming a combination unrivalled In the matt. pipip ax Is sn enemy to all corruption It assists ai fortifies Nature. Ita manner of operation Is Orlva to tho Extreme Parte And through the pores of the skin and all emunctorlea of the body, tha bad humora which moleat It, giving relief even is dlaeases the most refractory lud difficult to cure, suchaa Neuralgia, Dyspepsls, Constipation, Sick Bead, ache, Nervous Weakness and BllUoaaneas. It la pleaaant to the taste, mild in lta action, marvel, one In Its effects and unsurpassed as a tonic. Ceed aa a beverage In malarious dletrlctatt nan. trallses miasm a and prevents fever and ague. gold by all Druggists, Grocers and Llqnot dealers. Depot 409 Front street, Ban Franclaco sUSmie LEGAL. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE REV cnth Judicial District, of the State of ." vada, in and for the County of Lincoln. tin Klncade, defendant. ' ' " Action brought in the District Court o tb .uUwtv..,.u vuu,v.. ui lu Buna or N. .-ua, .u auu U wiiiiij ui Lincoln, ana tuA Complaint filed in said County of Lincoln, In ,ut. viuvo u, wio vicia ui UI UlHiriCl UOllrt. iiiuDiuwui nDviHB aenas greeting to Seth Isrtin Kincade, defendant: Vni, ... . tion brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the District Court of the foventh Jii dicial District, of the State of Novada, in and for the County of Lincoln, and answer the com plaint filed therein, within fen days (exclusive . ..i,, LUO nervico on yon this summons, if served in sold County o aeroer! nut nl auJ.I r1,.... . J' r District, within twenty days, and in all other cases forty days, or judgment by defult will be taken against you, according to tho pravcr of said complaint. ' 1 Tne saia action is broucht to obtain s dee-en lthi.rni,rfi.u,in.i.. i j- w"-reo of ..... ... .,u .no uuiius oi motrlmo. r now existing between you, said defendant id MAlrl nlAintiir nn the. oi.n,.,..i 4. """lt , .' ..u.iuu ... rAiiemo cm. elty, all of which is particularly set forth in an y, vrv...r. v .,,0, ,u wnicn you sr iierrea; also tnat the care, custody and control Uu owiwueu iu this plain tin and that plaintiff be allowed to resume her maiden name and for costs of suit. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to -ei'" ..uont. ,uc DB.u ..cuiuiAiiit, bb above I required, the said plaintiff will apply to th. . . . ...... ...uu ucuiAuueu ana Tor costs cf suit in gold coin. iiy order ox court. THenl 1 flivan linHn. mv h..l . .1 i,. ... -...j . u. j u-i.t aim tne seal Of the District Court of the Seventh Judicial Die. trict of the State of Nevada, in and for the Coun. I. nt T l.nln ,1,4a 41 a. A t , . . .j , nuvemoer, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred P. B. MILLER, Clerk, n22-lm By J. M. Hantorti, Deputy Clerk. TTTT1 TAX PROCEEDS of tbe MIKES rOETM Quarter Beginriing July 1,1876, and Ending Sept. 30, 1876. TaTOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE 1 Taxea on the Proceeds of the Mines for th quarter ending September SO, 1876. are now due and payable at the office of the Assessor, at the Court.houso. The law in regard to their collection will b atrictly enforced. nia-aw B. P. DAYTON, Assessor. To the Unfortunate. NEW REMEDIES I NEW REMEDIES I DR. GIBBON'S CISPEKSARY 1SATO. 6J3 KEARNY STREET, COR- 11 NJSil commercial, San aranclsco. Private entrance on Commercial streo..j Established in IBM, for the treatment! of Sexual and Seminal Disease, auchl as Gonorrhea, Gleet, Stricture, Syphilis in all lta forma, Seminal Weakness, Impoteucy, etc., ote. oaiu aiseaaea oi years atanumg, ana Ulcet n Legs, etc., successfully treated. DR. GIBBON haa the pleasure of announciuff that he has returned from viaitlng the principal Hospitals of Europe, and haa resumed practice. The Doctor has spared neither time nor money in seeking out new remedies, and haa returned with increased facilities tor alleviating human suffering. seminal Weakness. Seminal emission is conseanencs of abuse. Thia aolitai, vice, or depraved seiu indulgence, is practiced by the youth of both sexee to an almost unlimited extent, producing with unerring certainty the following train of morbid symptoms, unless combined by acie title medical measurea, via: Sallow countenance, dark spots under the eyes, pain in the head, ring ing in the ears, noise like the rustling of leaves or rattling of chariots, uneasiness about ths loins, weaknesa of the limba, confused vision, blunted intellect, loss of confidence, diffidence in approaching atrangerB, a dislike to form new acquaintances, a disposition to shun society, loss oi memory, pimples and varloua eruptions about the face, hectic flushes, furred tongue, foetid breath, coughs, consumption, night sweats, monomania and frequently insanity. If relief be not obtained. von should aonlv lmmedlatelv. either in person or by letter, and have a cure effected by his new and scientific mods of treat. tng disease, which never falls of effecting a quick and radical cure. Co rod at Roma. Persons at a distance mav ha rTITtlO) AT HOME, by addressing a letter to Dr. Gibbon, stating case, symptoms, length of time the dis ease haa continued, and have medicine promptly lorwaraea, iree irom aamage ana cnnoaity,in any part of the country, with full and plain di rections for nse. Persons writing to the Boctor will nleaae atata the name of the paper they see this advertise. uircit in. By enrloaing 110 In coin In a realstared letter through the Poatofnce, orthrongh Wells, Fargo a vo a pactage or medicine will be forwarded to any part of the Union. ah communications strictly confidential. Address, DR. J. F. GIBBON, dll-ly Boi 1967, San Franclaco, Oal REDEMPTION FUND. TREASURER'S OFFICE,) Piochk, January Itb, 1877. ) TO THE HOLDERS OF CERTIFICATES 01 Indebtednesa of Lincoln County, accrued prior to the 1st of April, A. D. 1878. Whereas, there la now the aum of One Thou Band Dollars ha the Redemption Fund. I here by notify the holders of said lndebtedneaa that sealed proposals for the surrender of the same will be received at my office up to the SOth day of January, A. D. 1877, in accordance with an Act of the Legislature of the State of Nevada, approved March 4th, A. D. 187(1. . . , D. A. FULKS. jae-td Treasurer. Notice to Creditors. Eatate of John A. Dcwell, deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Br TBI undersigned. Administratrix of tha Estate of John A. Dowell, deceased, to tha creditors of, and all persona having claims against, tha said deceased, to exhibit them, with the neces sary vouchers, within ten month after tbe first publication of thia notice, to the said Adminis tratrix, at the office of A. B. Hunt, In ths town of Plocho, in the county of Lincoln. Dated at Pioche, Dtcember Sd, 1S70. CALISTA DOWELIi, Administratrix of ths Estate of John A. Dowell, deoeased. dli-ew THE DAILY ALU CALIFORNIA, THI OLDEST AND BEST NEWSPAPER on the Paclflo Coast. Published at Baa Franolsco, California. Bubacrlptionarooelvad by 0. W1KDEEHOLD.