P.OCHE WEEKLY RECORD,
Pnbliabod eyery Saturday by
RECORD PUBLISHING CO.
OFFICE: WARD'S BFILDINO, MAIN STTtKET,
OPPOSITE HALPRTa STOBE.
One year, by Mail or Express. .
None forwarded till pavlil for.
U dellvored In Ptoche and Bulllonvllle at 25
cents per week, payable to the Carriers.
All persons havinjz bnelnens with this office are
requested to aidress the RBconD Pudlishino
Company. We have no authorized Agents.
PIOCHE. NEV., SATURDAY. MARCH 17, 1S77.
WORK AT TUB MIST.
Important linprov.nicnli In the Coin
The inoroased demaud for subsidiary
coin caused by tha partial resumption
of specie payment!, and ttia heavy coin
age ol trade dollars, have neoeamtatod
the employment of all the resources of
the Sni f'rancisoo Mint, and would bavn
demanded additi'iM machinery and
prob:ibty additional accommodation
something not likely to ba obtained un
der the reduced appropriation had not
Coiner Frank X. Cioott adopted certain
improvements of his own contrivance.
The wuits are highly flatisfaolory. Un
der the old process the itiRols pnHsed
through the rolliog nntta from nine to
th rteen times before being reduced to
the proper thickness for the die punch.
Tbe heavy pressors to which these BtripB
were nnbjeoted niadx it incumbent npon
the Cniuer to h'ivn them annealed twice
to soften the metal before the proper
thiukueis was attained, and they bad
agiin to be anninled when they were
fluished. Under Mr. Cicott's process
the jugota are passed through the rolling
mill at a lessi ntd prewiure from fourteen
to eiuhUen times, according to the qual
ity of tbe metal. By this maimer tbe
necessity of annealing is obviated, and
the strips come out in better shape. The
advantage in th" annealing room is now
apparent. Formerly two canisters were
used for each "melt," and the strips of
silver were allowed to remain in tbe an
nealing room for thirty minute each
time. The new canisters are enlarged to
bold an entire melt, and are subjected
to the heat of a slow fir- for about three
quarters of an hour. By this process
the annealing is more thorough and
equal than by tbe old oue. The oanister
can also be worked to better advantage,
and tbe number of condemned planohets
are much less. In the whitening room
where the strips Hre taken after being
aunealed, the improvement is also felt,
Tbe "blanks" thus prepared whiten very
rapidly, and with little loss, not being
subject to warping. The s riving in fuel
and in the wear and tear on the fnrnaoee
are important items. By the adoption
ot Mr. liootl a improvements tbe work
of building additional furnaces has been
obviated, and it will save the expense
that would otherwise have b'ten incurred
in remodeling the interior of tbe build
ing. Tbe work of the Mint has been in
criased from thirty to fifty per cent by
the new process. Under the old regime
the capaaity of the Mint was ouly $500,
000 a mouth, but since tbe 1st of Janu
ary, when the new process went into op
earation, Mr. Cicott has been enabled to
turn out from $850,000 to $1,000,000 a
month, which result has been reaobed
withont increasing the working force.
Mr. Cicott baa been aided by General
Li Grange, tba Superintendent. Dr.
Linderman, the Mint Director, has ord
ered th" Cioott improvement to be intro
duced in tbe Mints at Philadelphia, Car
son and other places. San Francisco
A PIOUaVTIVK TRICK.
The Magna who perforins this trkk
elects a suitable meladcholy victim, and
proposes to give tbe added total of live
rows ot Auras of any size possible, alter
but one of those rows are placed on
paper. The victim puts down sunn u
row, and the Magus immediately writes
the total, leaving an intervening spaoe
for the olher four rows, which are put
down alternately by the other two per
sons, apparently at hap-hazird, yet the
total is always absolutely oorrect. I will
illustrate the modus operandi as follows:
A exhibits the trick, and B is the un
fortunate victim. B writes down, say,
3.OT. A immediately states tbe added
total of this, with the four yet unknown
rows, as 23.27a. B then exerts big mas
sive intelloct, and evolves from its
depths the figures 1.305, and planes them
beneath bis first row. A then adds,
rw N. 3. 8,034. B again writes down
5,840, and A nnishea the agony by put
ting down as the Ust row 4,510 -and the
answer is oorreot. The rows may con
tain any number of figures, provided
each row fans an equal number with its
The explanation of this is simple as
rolling off a fonr-atory log. To get the
total, simply deduct a from the last Ha-
nre in the line, and place it (tbe figure
2) before the first; and, to All np the
intervening four lines, put down figures
large enough to make each of your op
ponent's preceding figures in rows 2
and 2 Put down the ti jnres given as
an illustr.itioii, and a little study will
make it very easv for the reader to un
derstand, not only " bow to do it," but
"the reaou why" as well.
GEO. T. GORMAN,
eiOTAHY PUBLIC for LINCOLN
:" IIIS-UOMKR OF DREDi FOR
CALIFORNIA AND UTAH,
lleoord Office - Lacour Street
To H Daffeubickor. J. M. Pierce. T. S. Cole
man and John tinker, and to whom it may con
cern, you are hereby notified that you are In-
debted to the undersigned in the following ;
amounts, viz: fl. DuiTonbackea $15. J. M. '
Pierce t'iO, T. 8. Coleman $2 and John Baker
916,25, in KOld coin, for money expended by us
in working the St. George mine, situated in Ely
Mining utetriot, Lincoln county, a, ate or Ne
vada. UnleHB yon pay ub at our office in Picche,
Nevada, the above proportional share of said
expenditu.e on said mine vinthln ninety days
from date, together with coats, your interests
in said mine win oe rorteiteu to ub by uue pro
cense of law.
Pioche, Nevada. Feb. 27, 1877.
H. 8. LUBBOCK.
m3-90d R. H. ELAH.
EVERY OTHER DAY
The Virginia Chroniole says: Tho
members of tbe Virginia section of tbe
legislature make anything nut compli
mentary allusions to the Carson land
lord, a btorey county Senator was
holding forth tbe otber day, and spoke
in about tbe following terms: "They
just made a careful inventory of a man's
salary nud gauged th'ir bills accordingly.
Whenever a cocktail wns sent up to a
room they charged tbe whole floor with a
gallon of whisky to each room. Why
tney had one lady a strict temperance
woman oharaed with twelve nations of
old Bourbon. Every time I looked at a
plats of cole-slaw tbey charged me with
a barrel sanrkrnut. I was charged $30 a
month for fires, and there wasn't a stove
or fireplaoe in tbe room. A man who
slept on the floor was charged tbe same
as a man with a bedstead and spring
mattress. Next time the Legislature
meets I sxpeot to run a hotel of my own
down there, after which I reckon I'll buy
Leland Stanford's house in San Fran
and pass the balnnos of my days in ele
Oil City. Pa., March 8 William
Hirper, of Forest City, hiw just returned
from Cali'ornia with S36.0UO, being the
principal and interest ot a sum that was
stol-utrom blmselt and two others twelve
years aijti. Abouc the first of February
last the fneuds of Harper in Philadelphia
forwarded him a letter addressed to an
old firm aud post marked San Francisco.
This letter was from their absconding
agent, E. C. Martin. He was in Hun
Francisco and wrote that he desired to
refund the money be had taken, and
he would do so if be wasuiven immunity
from prosecution, Harper started for
California aft soon as possible, and met
Martin. lie b id elegant apartments at
an aristocritio boardiug-house, and his
mistress, Mrs. Warren, was still with
him, aud met Harper resplendent in
jewels. Martin said he had at once
sailed for Peru when be absoonded, and
had engaged in opening silver mines for
a share in tbra The product unclaimed
to be worth $2,000,000. He was in Cali
fornia on business and intend d to re
turn to Peru. He paid over to Harper
the amount stated above, and said he
provided for the family he left in Balti
more, lbey bad gone to hoglaud, where
his wife a parents live.
Officer Mooney arrived iu at one
o'olock, the other mnruiug, with a young
man iu irons, and a female, whom he in
troduced to the City Prison. He had
been called in at the residence of H.
Pryor. No. 1551 Post street, to take
charge ot a stranger. The inmates bad
heard uunsual noises and sounds of
revelry in the kitchen, and on making a
sortie, discovered tbo servant girl and a
male visitor holding high jinks low down
in the basement, The party was a con
vivial one. The officer did not know
but he had a first-class burglar. He oer-
tainly had a second-class drunk, and this
charge was put against both tha young
man and woman. Sbe declared he was
her cousin, at whiob be laughed, aud
asked ber to watch her cousin get locked
np. San Franoisco Alta.
353 "EX 331 .
FARE - - .(.833. OO.
BANK OF NEVADA"
Board of Directors!
JOHN P. KELLEY President
JAB. FINLAYSON Vice President
OHAS. A. WIEDERHOLD Secretary
C. F. PHILSON J. W. WRIGHT,
R. M. BOUBNE,. HARRY I. THORNTON.
Attorneys THORNTON, KELLEY b OARBEB
DEPOSITS RECEIVED, EITHER ON OPEN
aceount or to lssne certificates therefor pay
able on domand.
EXCHANGE DRAWN UPON
NEW TOEK and SAN FRANCISCO,
And otber prlnoipal cities at the 0. S.
LONDON, DUBLIN, PAEI8, BERLIN
And all of the principal cities of Enrops.
Currency Bought and Sold.
Collections Promptly Made.
ftailrgad and Mininif Stocks Bought
aud Sold on Commiiwion.
r Money Loaned on Stocks."
I LKF.?- AgentS ' the " 1 N.w York
LONDON and BAN FRANCISCO
BANK LIMITED and i. H.
LATHAM a 00., Stock
J. W. WRIGHT. Bank MBfor.
U A, HILTON TO
AND TRI-WEESLT FROM.
HAMILTOB TO CHEESY CHEEK
EVERY OTHER DAY FROM
PIOCHE TO SALT LAKE CITY,
PARE TO TERMINUS, 40.
GILMER & SALISBURY, Proprietors.
Sacramento Bee: A lusua naturae, in
the shape of a combination of pig and
other animals has been discovered by
Hamilton & Powell. By parentage tho
tbing should be pig, hut it has au ele
phant's trunk, the feet of a dromedary,
elephant's ears, skiu without hair, ex
cept a little goatee under the obiu, aud
where tbe eyes should be and in tho
pace between protruds a substanoe that
looks like tbe nut of a buckeye. Such a
combination of vegetable and different
animals was too much for one creature,
sna the creature only lives or is pre
served in alcohol.
At the old turt at St. Augustine, Flori
da, there are confined some sixty or
seventy hostile Indians of various tribes.
Instead of the conventional striped con
vict suits, however, they are clad iu
United States uniforms, aud for hand
cuffs carry muskets with bayonets at
tached, In short, tbey garrison tbe fort
in which they are confiued. Imagine an
aboriginal corporal giving the.counter
sigu, or a soldier on guard given strict
instructions to fire on himself in case he
should attempt to escape.
Father Hanson, said to be the Uncle
Tom of Mrs. Stowe's story, made a
profitable venture in bis trip to England.
It was announced at hia last meeting
previous to returning to America that
the English subscriptions to provide for
his old Bge amounted to $b,auu. rather
HunsoD is eighty-eight years old.
tARRYIXa U. S. MAIL AND WELLS, FAX-
The Three Lines newly stocked with I
Pine AMERICAN HORSES and
new CONCORD COACHES.
EibBiies leave Ploohe at 8 o'clock A. n.
'uikuig oloee oonnectlon wltk Railroad Stage
Office st Welle. Fun at Co. 'a.
J. C. LYNCH,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Oar. Main and Laconr streets,
PIOCHE, 2MAJ V.
GENT FOR THE CONSOLIDATED TO-
L. bacco Company of California.
CIGARS AND TOBACC,
Wholesale and Retail.
OT. XZ. GRIFFIN,
13 2NT EC IE Xt.
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count or Certlflcatus issued therefor.
Excn&nee drawn on all the principal cities of
the United States, Canada and Europe.
Will enrchaw) Sliver and Crude Bullion or
make advances on same and ship for owner's
WELLS, FARGO Sc CO.,
San Francisco, Oal.
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EIVES, Si ALLEN,
61 King William Btreei, London, Eng.,
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' or nil
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United States Marshal'
BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED
out of the Clronlt Court of the United States
in tne Mntu circuit, in and for tbe Dlatrlct of
Nevada, and to me directed and delivered for s
Judimient rendered in said Court on the 10th day
of May, A. D. 1870, in favor of Mary J.ne Wll
llama, Administratrix of the Estate of Samuel
WIllLma, deceased, and against the Newsrk
Silver Mining Company, a corporation, for the
the sum of twenty thousand (gold ooln)dollara
damages, together with $137 40-100 tax, coat..
and all accruing eoBta and interest, I have
levied on the following property, to wit:
Regulator Lode No. i, located July 1, 1873;
Atiantlo Lode, located January 31, 1878:
Regulator Lead No. 3, located February! 'is,
1873: Regulator T.uad, located January 36, 1873;
Atlantic Lead, located January , 1873; Regu
lator Lead No. 3, located February 28, 1873.
Bach of the above described Heads snd lodes
were located by O. W. Watson and contains
l.Hio feet undivided. Also all the mining
ground described in s deed from the Washing
ton and Creole Mining Company to said Newark
Silver Mining Company, dated February 36,
1874, and recorded in book "L" of mining
records, on pages 113 and 114, in the County
neooraers omce in Lincoln county ana state
ot Nevada; also the Sant. Clara Lode, located
June 26, 18IS4, containing 2,000 feet; also the
CbarterOak Lode, containing 1,000 feet; also
Amador Tunnel Mining Claim, located June 11, 1
1H73, by Jame. morgan snd others, containing
8.000 feet. All of the above described lode.,
loads, mining claims sud property are situate
and being in what is now known as Ely Mining
District, in Lincoln county, Nevads. Also that
fifteen-stamp quartz mlllaituate in said county,
near Dry Valley, and commonly known as the
Condor Mill, together with tha mill-site, water
rights and water-ditch thereto attached, and
the boarding-houM, blaok.mith.shop and
buildings attached to said mill; also two
acre, of land at Bald mill and described In a
deed given by George A. Treadwell snd others
to the Amador Tunnel and Mining Company,
ana anted reornavy 7, wis, ana recorded in
book "L" of real estate deeds, on pages 365, 366,
367 and 208. in the County Recorder's omce in
aaid Lincoln oonmy. Also the shaft and hoisting-works
on what la know as the Newark Mine,
and also aaid Newark mine situate on Fanaca
Flat, near the Raymond Ely hoisting-works,
in said mining diatxlct and county.
nonce is nereoy given mas on
Friday, th. 80th day ot March.
A. D. 1877, between the hours of 9 o'clock s. m.
and 5 o'clock p. m. on said day, to wit, st
the hour of 13 m I will sell all the
right, title and interest which the mid Newark
Silver Mining Company had In and to the above
described property on the said 10th day of May,
i&iu, ana nas naa therein at any urn since,
at the Court-house door in the town of Ptoche,
in the County of Lincoln. State of Nevada, at
public auction, for oaeh in hand, to the highest
and best bidders, to satisfy said execution snd
and all costs.
United States Mirabel,
By J. P. Cmms. Deputy
Pioche, Nevada, March 8, 1877. njrlu-td
. Rafktt. Envklopks. Much hag recent
ly been said about tiimnnritia with letter
To avoid this calamity a safety envelope
uas oeen invented, un tbe flap of the
envelope the words "Attempt to oneo"
are printed with a double set of chemi
cals, tbe first impression oontaiuintt out
Raus end the seoond green vitriol. If
me nap Be steamed or moistened in any
y the msgio printing will appear, to
oetray the attamnt tn nn
- 1- T
CHAS. STEIN fc CO.,
MAIN STREET, PIOCHE, NEVADA,
OFFICE in Wolls, Fargo a Co's Building,
Main street, Pioche. Nevida. mr2-tf
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I WILL SELL
to the highest and best bidder, or bidders,
all lots, blocks, Bhares and parcels of land, not
conveyed by patent deed and not being con
tested in court, in tne following descriDea tract
of land known as the town-Bite of Pioche, in
Lincoln county, State of Nevada, to wit: The
nortb-east quarter and the south-east quarter,
and the east half of the south-west quarter of
section twenty-two, in township oue, north of
range Bixty-seven eRSt, in the District of Lands,
suDject to sale at mocne, nevaua, containing
four hundred acres, according to the official
plat and survey on me in tne riocne Laua ui
rice. Sale to oommence on the 0th day of Ap
I ril. A, D. 1877, at 10 o'clock a. ., and continue
from day to day until the aame shall be com
pleted. From this date up to tbe time of the
Bale all persons so desiring can see maps ana
description of all lands to be sold as aforesaid,
at my office, . at the Land Office on Lacour
street, where the sale will take place.
f 10-td Trustee of the Town-Site of Pioche
THE M? "7C,
"Did I not give yon a (lugging the
other day?" said a schoolmaster to a
trembling boy. "Yes, sir," answered
the boy. "Well, what do the Scriptures
bav npou tbo subieot?" "I dou't know,
sir, said tho "boy, "except it is in that
passaee which says 'It is more blessed to
give man to receive.
He bad been in tbe nabit of makingl
young lady of hia acquaintance, and, on
entering her parlor oue evening, be said,
"Well, Miss Sims, hers I am again, yon
see, as regularly as the fever aud ague."
"Oh, no," said she, very demurely,
"that comes only every other day."
"The smallest hair," says an exohange,
"casts a shadow." So it does, and es
pecially over a boarding-bouse breakfast
table, when one is found in a butter dish.
Wholesale and Ketail Dealers
LIQUORS & CIGARS.
"romptly attended to,
PROCEEDS of the MINES'
Quarter Beginning Oct. 1, 1876,
and Ending Dec. 31, 1876.
On i woman witb red hair, who wrote
"Unfortunate woman! How sad Is your lotl
Your rlugists an red your poems an not."
RECEIVED AND .
A. J. BLAIR,
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Taxes on the Proceeds ot tbe Mines tor ths
quarter ending December 81, 1878, are now
au. ana payaoie at tne omce 01 uie Assessor, at
The law in regard to their collection will be
m-3w it. P. UAixun, assessor.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
oo-nartnershit heretofore existing between
the undersigned has this day been dissolved by
mutual consent, DickBlepe assuming all in
debtedness of the late arm. All indebtedness
due the ssld firm prior to February 1, 1877,
must be paia to Alex. o. rnompsoa. tuepe
will carry on the business In his own name
hereafter. AU Parties are notified to settle
nocne, nevaas, jrooraary i, inn.
f3-lm JOHN TITLES.
riiHB ROSICRCCIAN WERE A SECT OF
X Philosopher, who flourished in Germany
during the seventeenth century, and prosecuted
profound researches into Natural science and
uocuit Philosophy, ana sougut to aiscovertne
ELIXIR OF LIFE.
Although some superstition may have been
developed among them and other Alchemists in
search for the Elixir Vita, yet there is scientific
truth at the bottom ox ail Alcnemy ena Astrolo
gy. They were impressed with the .vpertiesof
HKKUAJU rSCriSAT JKS,
And found dynsmlo snd psychologic force tn
the extract of certain plants.
H B " M JET- 19
Is due to the researches of s learned scholar ol
Europe among the archives of the Roslcrucians.
It Is made of
TWENTY DIFFERENT HEKBK,
Gathered at such seasons of the year when their
juices are Btrongest and virtues unimpaired,
forming a combination unrivalled in the mate
Is an enemy to all corruption It assists and
fortifies Nature. IU manner of operation is to
Drive to the Extreme Pfcrla
And through tbe pores of tbe skin and all
emunctorics of tbe body, tbe bad humors wblcn
molest it. Kiviun relief even in diseases tha
most refractory and difficult to cure, such as
Neural tfla, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick Bead
ache. Nervous Weakuess and Bill iousn ess. It li
pleasant to tbe taste, mild in Its action, marvel
ous in Its effects aud unsurpassed as a tonic.
Used as a beverage in malarious districts it neu
tralises miasma and prevents rever and ague.
- Bold by all Druggists, Grocers and Liquor
dealers. Depot us front street. Ban irrancisoo
s if -am in
J. N. CUKTIS,
(Successor to Boone h Dolman)
Lower Main Nt., Piocrie,
Wholesale and Retail
HAY, GRAIN and
BY VIBTTJE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED
out of the 7th Judicial District Corn, in and
tor the county or .Lincoln, mate 01 Nevada, and
to me directed and deliver d. for a judgment
rendered in said Court, on the eighth day of
December, a.u. ib.o, tniavoror josepn tterrans
and Htfainst Kobert Glover and A, Hartwis;, for
tbe sum of nine hundred and ninety-six 63-100
(gold coin) dollars, debt, together with $190.75,
tax coats and accruing costs to date, amounting
to IDS. 21, tax coPts, and all accruing costs and
interest, I nave levied on the following prop
Tnat certain mine, ledge or loae, situate in
in Highland Mining District, and containing
1.600 feet, more or less, and known on the
records as the "Buena Ventura;" also that cer
tain mine, lode or ledge, containing 1,600 feet,
more or less, and known on tbe Highland, Min
ing Records as tbe "Louise;" also that certain
mine, lode or ledge, containingg l.MJO feet, more
or less, and known on the Highland Mining
KecordB as me "uuria; - aiao tnat certain mine,
lode, or ledge, containing 1,600 feet, moreoi
less, and known on the Highland Mining
Krecords as tbe "Union Star;" also that certain
mine, ledge or lode, containing 1.600 feet, more
or less, and known on the Highland Mining
KecordB as tne "tn. Lawrence; aitvo tnat cer.
tain mine, ledge, or lode containing 1,600 feet,
more or less, and known on the Highland Min
ing BecordB as the "Annie Mine and Co. ;" also
that certain mine, lode or ledge, containing
1.600 feet, more or less, and known on tbe High
land Mining HecordB as the, "Mayflower;" also
that certain mine, lode or ledge, containing
1,600 feet, more or less, and known on tbe High-
land Mining uecoros as the "ExceiBior;" also
tbat certain mine, lode or ledge, containing
1,600 feet, more or less, and known on the High
land Mining BecordB as the "Rosalind;" also
tbat certain mine, lode or ledge, containing
1)600 feet, more or lera, and known as ihe
"Mendba Mine;" all the above described prop
erty being located in the Highland Mining
District. Lincoln county, Nevada.
Notice is hereby given that on
Monday, the 9eth day ef February,
A. D. 1877. at the horn of 12 o'clock m. of that
day, I will sell all the right, title and Interest
that R. Glover and A. Hart wig had in and to
the above described property on the 27th day of
November, w, or nas naa any time since, at
i the Court-house door, in Fiocbe, Lincoln county,
I Nevada, at public auction, for cash In hand, to
the highest and best bidder, to aatiBly raid exe
cution and costs. ,
Sheriff Lincoln County, "Nev.
By J. P. Cttbttb.
fS-td ., Deputy Sheriff.
Bole Agent in Pioche for
Fisb Brother Wagons ana McCor-
ml Mowing Machines
WAGON EXTRAS, die.
This Corral is fre. for th. nse of Tetmaur.,
Produce vendors, do.
P. II. WAND'S Si! OOi
Corner slain and K.tadov Tall? ri.
TO DANIEL HASTINGS, MK8. M. BUCK,
B. N. Toftman, Alex'r McMilltan, Henry
Cumieay, Mrs. . a. Barnes, John B.
Atchison, A. M. Shield., F, W. Un.
mister, Thomas G reive, and unknown
owners, and to whom it may concern, you are
hereby notified that I have expended in mony
ami labor the sum of three hundred and ten
iSHIGI dollars on tbe Blauilc Prlne. Him.
eiit'sted in the Ely Mining Distriott Lincoln
Comity, State of Vevada. Unless you pay m.
st tny omce in Ploohe. Nevada, your propor
S local share of aaid expenditure on said nine,
f,r each and every foot you may legally own in
aid mine, within ninety days from the dat.
i.oew of, together with costs, your interests in
said mine will be forfeited to uie by dtt. process
Plocne, Nov., January M, 1817. Ja3T-9ud
THE DAILY ALTA CALIFORNIA,
I. on the Paoitto Coast.
Published at Bu
tinbsorlDtlous reoatved by
Matin Street, ...Pleche,
Schustrich & Kleine, Prop'rs,
T8 ITJRNiaHIHG A STPEBIOB ARTICLE
X of LAGKK BEER, in quantities to suit, at
th. lowest rates. Adjoining eamns supplied on
V BEST WINES,
THIS IS DESERVEDLY A PLACE OF GEN
ERAL report by all who Indulge in a
Social Glass. Glv. him a oalL . ,
. -. i . ieS-tt
I HAVE THIS DAT BOLD TBI BCTCH1K
ing business heretofore owned sad man.
ag4 by me th. las tw.lve aeon tha to u
August Adelman. All persons owing bills fat
mosts bought at the People's and Hsvsd.
Markets prior to this data will pleas, call sad
pay them st my store on Meadow Valley atraM.
Ploohe, March 1. 1877.
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