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4 ITURDAY. .OCTOBER 11, WTO LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. The Board of County Coajmieainriers met on the (!b -n,l transacted the fol lowini; business: The following bill were preuted suA Allowed: W. C. Moody, census Esgle Valley $ 10 00 Record Publishing Co 7 60 C U patcheu, salary 35 00 W L McKee, jailor. 50 00 A. C. Ellis, legal service 100 00 a. K. Alexander, salary 150 00 J. M. Htnford, alary "5 00 Mrs Ward, indigent 10 00 Mrs. Clinton, indigent 20 00 J, Hoffman, fees 19 00 D. C. Clark, salary 150 00 E. F. Morton, salary 150 00 J. Eisenmann, saiary 150 OS K. Itiepe, boarding jurors 20 00 W. . Henderson, assessing 1000 00 Mrs. Trainer, indigent 15 00 The bill of C. II. Patehen, $375 salary nu District Attorney, bsiug presented, on motion, it is ordered tbut it be red need f 50, K. F. Morton nud Jos. Eisenniaun voting iu the affirmative, aod D. C. Clark entering big special protest to said reduction and to the action of the Board in reducing the salary of the District At torney, which is fixed und determined by statute. Gkolouical Specimens. A. S. fxauld. Superintendent of tbe Day, brought to town Tuesday a large and various assort ment of geological specimens, all taken out of tbe Day mine, which he presented to Mrs. Louis Sultan. The oolleotion w.u very tine indeed nnd the crystals were perfectly beautiful, the little spears on tbem being as Hue as needles. One pieno, weighing abort t eight pounds, which was oooiposed of iron, copper, spar, mugauose, crystal and rich chlor ide, all frozso together, was very hand some. There is not another mine in in this R-ction of couutry, and perhaps in any other, that is able to to produce such a variety of geological specimens as the Day, of JacUrabbit District. Patteeson District. We loam that mining operations will shortly be re newed in this old abandoned mining district, which some years ago attracted considerable attention, but was Anally abandoned and all tbe buildings of the town were torn down and hauled to this place. For the past four years tbe ranchers in that neighborhood have been devoting their spare time to prospecting in Patterson Distriot and have dis covered and opened np Borne very prom ising ledges, and through the aid of an agent, hare sncoeeded in getting parties in Boston, Massachusetts, interested in eome ol tbe claims oud tbey have ad vanced the capital to work them. , Aooidkntially Shot. Last Sunday afternoon Johnny Sullivan, son of Mike Sullivan, shot Eddie Lynch, son of Humphry Lynch, with a six-ehpoter. It appears that a number of little boys were playing together, and the little Sullivan boy was chasing them and snapping his pistel at tbeia, thinking it was not loaded, but it appears that one barrel had a obarge in. which went off, the ball going through tbe fleshy part of Eddie Lynoh's right arm, near tbe shoul der. Tbe wound ia a severe one, but is not dangerous. The pistol was given to tbe little boy some time ago by a goose of a man as a birth-day present. Official Lettee. The following Is the official letter of H. Mill, Superin tendent of the Raymond & Ely mine, dated October 10th: " We are sinking on tbe 10th in a big body of ore; ledge looks well and is from eight to ten feet wide, aod everything indicates an en largement of tbe ore-body. Tbe 11th is still holding out and next month we ex pect to take out a good deal of ore. The west drift on 11th still in good ore and prospects ara we will have big body. We sent to mill this week 170 tons of ore. ' General prospeot of mine looks well. Pay-day will bo on Wednesday next, the 15th init." Hillside Ming, The extraction of ore from this mine was resumed yesterday. The new hoisting-works are completed and tbe machinery is in thorough work ing order. Everything is now progress ing at tbe mine as formerly. There is a large amoont of loose ore on hand in the mine at present, the stopes and ohuteB being full. The furnace his been newly relined and maobinery overhauled and placed in readiness to start up Mon day morning, with abundance of coal and ora on dump. Mayfowbb Mine. Frank Wheeler, tbe energetio Snperintendant, was flying around yesterday sending off supplies to the mine. The developments lately made in tbe bottom of the small inolme, 100 feet below the 130-foot level, shows it to be one of the most promising prop erties in Bristol district. We under stand the mine will commenoe shipping their high-grade ore thisooming week. PowDKit. O. II. Fish bag been ap pointed agent in Piooha for the Cali fornia Powder Works, and keeps on band a large supply of tbe different kinds of powder, among whiob is Herou les Powder No. 1, XX, the strongest ex plosive known, whioh are sold at the lowest price. Thkatbical Tnouris. Belle Douglasr, with a number of other members of the theatrical profession, left Frisco, Utah, last week on their way to Pioohe. They may be expected any time and will play a short engagement here. CnnisTi Bullion. The Christy Mill & Mining Company Bbipped from Silver Keel from the 27th of September to Oc tober 8th seven bars of bullion, valued at Let's all go to Maine and get one. SWILL MILK. Annexed i tbe Act approved Febru ary 1", 1879, tn regard to selling impure or adulterated milk: Any person or persons who shall know ingly sell or exebanee, or expose for sale or exchange, any impure, adulterated or unwholesome milk, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and on oonvio lion (hereof scull be punished by a fine of rot I. kh than one hundred dollars for each sod every offanae; and if tbe fine is not pmd, then said person or persons so convicted ehall be imprisoned, in tbe oonnty jail, for not less than thirty days. 'ihe addition of icater, or any substance, i hereby declared an adulteration; any milk that is obtained from animals that are led on distillery, brewery, hotel, or restaurant waste, usually called "swill," or upon any substanoe in tbe state of purification, upon impure matter from stalls or stables, is hereby deolared to be impure aod unwholesome, and any per son or persons offending, as aforesaid, shall be deemed guilty of a misde meanor, and on conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of not less than one hundred dollars for each and every offense. The penalties hereinbefore provided shall be recovered before any Court hav ing jurisdiction of the same; one-half of such fine shall be paid to tbe psrson or persons nwkm taw complaint. We call the attention of our milk dealers to the above law, as we bear several of them are violating it, and as times are dull and money Bcarce our officers intend trying to seoure their por tion of tbe fines by making the proper complaints, Cayenne Pepper. Some of the young gents of Pioobe on Thursday night gave a kind of social party at the house on High street formerly oecupied by J. P. Curtis. Previous to tbe danue com mencing 6ome ungracious scoundrel spread cayenne pepper over the floor, and when the danoing oommenoed the pepper begun te operate on tbe olfac tories of the orowd. Sneezing, coughing, etc., was in order, till becoming tired of tbe dose, the room was swept and dusted, but still tbe pepper could not be removed. Danoing and sneezing was kept up till 2 o'olock Friday morning. Midnight Sebknade. To be awak ened in the midst of a pleasant sleep by a cat serenade is considered by every one to be an exceedingly disagreeable awak ening, but when one is awakened in ihe night by bearing a number of pleasant Voices iolnerl topethnp in midnintift an. enade tbe effect is quite different and so i . ... . . ... pleasant tuai one aoes not regret tnu awakening. Such was our experience Mondnv mnrnino nrlv a nnmiu? a! boys having taken it into their beads to nereuaus some young indies on liedar street, giving us the full benefit of their songs. Billiard Table. John Oulnn has purchased the small billiard table that was in the Panaoa saloon and removed it out to his saloon in Bristol, so the boys of that town can amuse themselves these long and dreary evenings playing pool and billiards. This table was a sort of "pet" with the pool sharps of Pioohe and when it wan heino taken ana fn removal they uttered many a sigh of sor row nuu wiRuea mat us late owner was a living in a country where stoves are never needed. This in th ninnnar ranla of Bristol. Makmed. We publish to-day the marriage notice of W. P. Goodman to Miss Biney J. Aubens of Brunswiok, Maine. Billy left on the 2d of Septem ber for the purpose of being married and was spliced on tbe 27th ultimo. He re turned here with his bride Thursday night and is now residing on Meadow Valley street. His numerous friends here wish hira all sorts of prosperity, hoping that the newly married couple's only troubles will be "little ones." Through a Skylight. Wednesday morning an individual was employed to olean tbe snow from off tbe roof adjoin ing the Gelden Bule store and while do ing this he slipped and fell through the Bkylight. Although he had taken all the pains possible to avoid it, be took a uumber of panes with him in additiun to the skylight in his desoent. He wasn't in the store either when the proprietor returned from breakfast. Died. Lee Parsloe died in Bodie last Sunday. Lee was an old resident of Pioohe and resided here for several years. His many friends here will regret his de mise Nat Furst, who at one time re sided here died on the raoe traok at Beno on tbe Cth inst. We would suggest to the restaurant and saloon-keepers the propriety of not permitlins their ioe to lay out on the pavements of mornings, for there are quilo a number of little dogs rnnning loose in our streets. Geo. Arnold left here with his family Monday, intending to take tbem as far Eureka, they continuing their journey to San Franoisoo and be returning to bis business as accountant for the Hillside Company. No paper mail arrived here Tuesday night, owing to the driver of the stage again leaving the sacks behind at Bris tol. 'Ibis kind of business is getting to be an infernal nuisance to the public of Pioche. Dick Bosewabnk, un old resident of Pioohe, writes from Virginia City that John R.James was daily expeoted there for tbe purpose of taking charge of a miae as Superintendent. New Billiard Table, with new cloth- new balls everything new at Panaca Saloon, No. 10UU Mam st. A viuiett of weather during the past week. Day Official Lstttb, Ootober 10. A. S. Gould Superintendent: "Our work of squaring out will be finished to-morrow, and as I have now most of tbe necessary timbers on the ground I shall be ready, I hope, to commence sinking on Monday or Tuesday next. We will go down directly through the ore body. Owing to the foot that we need better veatilation I have ooneluded to make a connection from the black winze to our present working, which can be done in probably a week. Onr prospects and BbOWine are still of tha mnat ...,nnn character. I am firm in the belief urmer than at any time before that we have an exoeedinolv valnahia m!. km the company must be a little patient till k imugs id snape so as to work ad vantageously. We are not breaking ore at creaent for tha rnaann that nnn nr. bouse and platforms are full." We are ander obligations to the Grand Sectretary of the F. & A. M. for an invi tation to attend a Speoial Communica tion of the Grand Lodge of F. & A. M. at Reno, whinh fnnk nLn. n.tnh.a Ath for tbe purpose of laying the eornei " ft me new puouo scnool building in that town. All quiet on tbe Meadow Yallev Wash tbe home base Panaca Saloon receiving a constant supply of very best ardent Rttrrifs. Anhans At T.M;a Bottled Beer and elegant Cigars "Pay as you go" only one price! one bit!! No. 1000 Main St, John Boeder took a trip through the Raymond & Ely mine Thursday, and since he baa dnna an tin ia nn4.na how it is that tbe oompany does not do uuiomiuK in regard to ereoting me roast ers so as to put money in tbe poobets of the stockholders. J. O. Gklibert, Chief Engineer, bad all tbe fire-Din?! tested on Hnnriav laat finding them all in order, with the ex ception oi toe one in front of tbe Ray mond & Ely office. In Town. John P. Kelley and Aba Rickards arrived in town daring the past week. Both look as if latterly that they had been eniovinc the oonrl thin on nf this world. Fiest Snow. The first snow of the season oommvnnarl tn fall Tn.iJ, ing, and it also fell on Wednesday morn ing, to the depth of abont two inoi-is. Quite a number of tbe miners from tbe Hillside mine were in town during the week enjoying a little recreation. Tbey have all returned to work. The Mayflower Silver Mininc Com- Danv of Bristol Distrink has laviad an assessment of ten oents per share, delin quent in office November 10th. At last Pinafore has struok Pioohe in the shape of hats for feminines. They are boat-shaped (the bats) and of oourse "loveiv. Pioche Bullion. $9,041.41 in bul lion was shipped during tbe past week by Wells, Fargo Sc Co. We publish this morning the delin quent list of the Raymond & Ely Com pany. N. A. J. Dorn, of Green Valley. Santa Cruz county, Cal., ehowed the editor of the Fajaronian samples of blaok walnuts. almonds and chestnuts grown on his piaoe this year. The nuts were soaroelv ripe, yet were of good form and taste. tie has on almond tree six years old. over twelve feet in height. When he planted it be put in 10 other trees of the same variety, but thinking almonds would be a failure in this valley, took them np in a year or two and put in apple trees, when he looks at bis sole almond tree, full of nuts, he recognizes the great error he made. These nuts can be successfully raised in the upper part of that valley. W, R. Mateer, an Indian agent in Ari zona, writes that tbe Moquis Indians have an infalliable antidote for tbe bite of the rattlesnake. This antidote tbey keep secret with religious ears. Daring their festival called Ihe " snake danoe," whioh ocours every two years, tbe In dians allow themselves to be repeatedly bitten by rattlesnakes. "An Indian of this tribe, when bitten by a snake, awal lows the antidote at once, and after being stupiQed for a moment becomes immedi ately restored, and never feels any Dain or inoonvenience afterwards. A deaf and dumb girl in Doriey coun ty, Arkansas, has recently begun to talk in her sleep. At midnight her mother beard her darling's voioe. Arousing the old gentleman, she entered the apart ment where the obild lay. The deaf and dumb girl remarked casually, " Every thing seems very wonderful." Then turning suddenly in her bed, she added, "Yes the old time orobards are always in bloom " The affeotionate parents simultaneously embraced the maiden, she awoke with a start. But she could neither hear nor speak. FRIDAY'S QUOTATIONS. Bt W. U. TiLiaaAra Oa. 390 Ophlr-MK 34)4 35 540 Mexican S3 33 33 176 Gould & Curry 10 6 Best ft Belcher 17 Jf 410 California f 6 135 Savage 13 13b5 12,' 495 Con Virginia 6H 5 300 Ohollar-0& 435Potosi-6H &fi 106 Hale & Norcross 13 ID 40 Crown Point- 4.20 80 Yellow Jacket 15)4 100 Kentuck 4 160 Alpha 16 IB 15 H lS?j 350 Belcner-3!a 3.70 45 Confidence 8)4 485 Sierra Nevada-MM 50 ' SO 100 TJtah-30 30 1645 Bullion 8 7H 230 Exchequer 6 ?j t 140 Jttstice-3.10 8.16 100 Overman 0 405 Union 70 TOM 70 71 46 Alta-6 Hm 360 Meadow Valley 6o 1090 Raymond & Ely 1 1010 Day 1.16 1.10 1.10D3 160 Hillside 1.90 BCHOOL. REPORT. The annexed are the reports cf the public schools of Pioche for tbe month of September: Grammar School. Studies. 90 95 m leo 100 1WI '.15 ! 3 i.-.lOO 81 95 93 95 00 98 100 100 S 80 90 75 Pres. Dep. laahalla Ail&ma 18 it VI Vt '.1 1'.' 97 SO !7 ' i'7 1! !8 U'i !r7 IK (IT lii !IT 15 97 6'; tm 19)4 Vi 18 115 20, 85 3 95 17 97 1HV. 97 30 97 2il S5 18 9 111 95 9)4 9 10 93 2 95 7 97 9)4 95 17 H 17 93 13)4 93 li 75 17) 4 70 20 CO 18) 4 80 111 ft5 i 93 1)4 HO 10 M lo4 50 18)4 80 lit 70 19 70 17 06 17 80 6 30 15 00 17 UO 17 (10 lli'i 96 10 90 111 03 10 . 93 10 75 0 67 Annie Mulcahy flenie Baunders...... Jennie Anner. Stella Armer Mary Clinton Lena Clinton Maggie Clinton Etta NAWtnn Stella Andrem Blanche Oorln Uelora Craw , Marv Rlnwntt - Addla afnrtnn Georgia Drew , aiary Adams Isabella Osborne ifamia Rnplf. Ella Sparks lizzie Adams Mary Bnllivau. Kata af ennnnnirti lizzie uoiuns tu Uladdys Woolssy CO Utile Inee 90 Oelia Craw. 80 Frank Anrimmra u- Arthur Loomls ..80 Adolph Jacobs 96 max. J aco Da V5 Ell. Whinnana fui John Lynch 00 Ed. Freudenthal 90 John Sneath 90 Willie Dooley 86 Ben. McDonough. 76 John Mulcahy uo Quartz Sparks 75 Willie Sparks 85 Angelo Clark 80 rrank Clark 90 George Martino 83 DwiihtCatlin IK Dd. Collins 25 Robert Clark 60 Wm Clark 63 Frank MrMahnn in Nie. Dooley 95 wm. Luton 00 Ben. Ltston 63 Dan. Sullivan sn Frank Donahue 25 Eon Anolebee 07 Roll of Honor. Stella Andrews, Isabella HatvirtiA nf.mU R,i.h L;.,n - I ; . iner, Mary Clinton, Lena Clinton, Maggie Clin- ..... U . .1 . T...I ..... . Lizzie luce, Nicholas Dooley. . w KM AM, Teacher. Primary School. SttldlRS. T)Atv PAra Adams Henry 9( m go Adams Robert.. 87 20 Alexander Georgie 07 ui vi Armer Leon 92 07 19 Blewett John 67 07 14 Barthel Louisa 99 96 20 Barrows Fred 97 100 20 Buck Rums 911 to Collins Albert 96 10)4 Cox Janie 80 93 18 Clarke Kdward 83 93 18 34 Catlin Louis 94 17 Oatlin Charles '. 97 7 Craw Ned 100 20 Clinton Annie 94 17 Clark Vincent 91 92 18 Clark Janie 92 17 Clark JameB , (13 10 Donahue Alice 91 113 mt Donahue Annie 96 14 Dooley Maggie 98 92 20 Drew Clement Eisenmann Theresa 100 96 20 Klaenman Frank 98 20 EwingJohn 93 9." 20 Gorin John 91 19)4 Goodrich 8. Boney 92 M 19)4 Hannon Samuel 9n m Inoe Ella 91 96 18 Ince Lizzie 78 11:1 19 Jose Janie 78 93 19 4 Jose Mary Ann.,.., 91 12 Jose Betsr 4 Les Brielda 97 02 in Loomis Stella 92 95 19 k Lynch Mattie 91 92 20 Lynch Edward 94 65 20 Llston George 89 99 10 Linton Inabelle 97 10 McMahon Thomas 93 85 20 McDonough John 8 McDonough Pete 8)4 Morton Dan E 94 90 20 O'Connor Maggie 99 17 Roe Annie. 99 20 Saunders Edward 97 92 20 Sullivan John 94 90 20 Bweber Johanna 97 93 20 Trainer Sarah 91 17)4 Willisms John 92 20 Williams Nlch 92 ug Winnans Richard 89 (18 22 Woolsey Rosa 6 Woolsey Williams 6 Ssul Georgia 6 Roll of Hoxon.- Annie Roe, Maggie O'Con nor, George Liston, Isabella Liston, Stella Loomis, Ella Ince, John Ewing, Frank Eisen mann, Theresa Eisenmann, Bnnie Donsbne, Ned Craw. Charlie Catlin, Albert Collins, Rufus Buck, Fred Burrows, John Blewett, Louisa Barthel, George Alexadder. Laura a Goodrich, Teacher. H p er 5 91 o 2, 5' n O 0B Oa CM l C9 00 e. ia. a as d S B a a M 5 a-10 ifc m- , 4 B Ok o o i to e -4 A. 0 a u, c 5' g 1 I i C ' a i- B -1 4 & -5 1 B9 B H 2. 3 a W B 4 B B 2. M 3 Sd B IO CO W -V o V oq 5s 00 -a 1 t S I 5 S g S ssssrss o B a a cu B 3 E. i s Tbe head of William Hume, who was murdered in Granite Guloh, Mono coun ty, by his partner, Fransworth, in I860, wss recently found at that place perfeotly petrified, the features being; almost life like. Fransworth cat Home's head off after his crime, and onrried it some dis tance to prevent identification. Woman's inhumanity to man is what keeps the broom market steady. B S 3 5 z s 9IS B fie- HOTELS & BESTATJMIITS. THE SAN JOSE HOUSE yiLL BE OPENED APRIL 1st, 1I7T, AS A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL In all respects. The Table will be be supplied with the best the market aflords and nn aflnpta will k. tomakeeTervthlns- comfnrtahia iflnM.ui,i ooaraers. Toe Boase is thar ougnly renoTsted and well furnished throigh with " ta,only nou" ln io" snpplis. BATHS, Prices Suit Ike limes. MR8. JAB. PEARSON, Proprietress. mr31-tf SAN FRANCISCO RESTAURANT AKD MEADOW TAIXItItSMFT, Opposite Dexter Stable. Glbfrled ak BrUaefaar, Proprietor Fresh Oysters in STery style. Open day tad night for the acoommoietloBe """"p""- n.tf J. N. CURTIS, SUCCESSOR TO W. F. MILLS & CO., Dealer lxx GEKER1L MERMDISE, MINING SUPPLIES, Groceries, Clothing, Etc., At Reasonable Prices, MAIN STREET. BRISTOL, Lincoln Coanty, Nevada. J ohn Quinn's BALOOX, MAIN ST., BRISTOL, NEVADA. THE FINEST Wines, Brandies, Whiskies, and Gin. A fine supply of the best Imported Oigsm ever sold over a bar. O-iiro TJm a. 11. eao-tf JOHN QUINN. 8. D. Surra. J. N. CUBTIS. CURHS k SMITH, FREE CORRAL, ower Slain Steet, Pioche, and Lower Main St., Royal City, Wholesale and Retail Dealers ln HAY, GRAIN and UTAH FLOUR. Bole Agents ln Pioche for Fisn Brother Wapns ai McCm! lick Mowing Machines Wagon Timber & Wagon Extras, At, A. COHN Sc BRO. Wholesale and Eetail Sealers -ra IMF0ETED AND DOMESTIC Cigars and Tobaoooa MEERSCHAUM and OTHER PIPES' Perfumery, Combs and Brushes) Etc., Etc Main street, opposite Headow Valley at mlS.tf J. C. LYNCH, RETAZXi LIQUOR DEALER, Cor. Main and Laeonr streets, PIOCHB, HJJbJ'V. ALSO 1 QENT FOR TBE CONSOLIDATED TO- XX bacco Oompany of Calif ornia. CIGARS AND TOBACO, Wholesale end Retail. mySl-tf JOB WORK don with NatnfS in UMaiKt Uttiee. MISCELLANEOUS. G. H. FISH, (Successor to Kott, Fish A Co.) Meadow Valley St.. PIOCHE - - - - NEVADA, -DEALER IN- HARDV7ABF. mill aid imrare suppu:. Iron and Steel, Doors and Windows, STOVES. Honse-Fnrnisiiins Goods. Agricultural Implements, etc. ALL OF WHICH WILL BK BOLD AT Prices to correspond with the present greatly reduced cost in Eastern markets, from Stock, purchased at the Lowest Cash Prices. AGENT FOR THE California Powder Works Keeps on hand and sells at Lowest Dates Hercules Powder No. , XX. the """; svipieaive Known, Blastlnir Powder, In Iron Heirs. Safety Fuse, Hercules Caps, Etc., Etc. A Liberal Discount to Dealera. Je8-tf o. H. FISH GUS. ADELMAN, ' 1 I WHOrjBBALB a Srrf , ASDB1TAIL CJ BUTOHH Zt. DEPOTS FOR MEATS. PEOPLE'S MAEKET. MEADOW TALLEY ST., PIOCHK, MAIN STREET, ROYAL CITY. MAIN STREET, BRISTOL MININC . T EACH OF TH ABOTB PLAOIS WILL L slways be found the best assortment ef BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, and VEAL. PartiCnlae attantlnn n.l ,1 721 tn a. All orders for Meats, etc., attended to promptly and with dispatch. ' p ' J- . . QUA ADELMAN. State University, PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT. Elko, Nevada. t1HB FIRST TERM CF THE SIXTH TEAK X of the University will commence on Monday, September 1, 1879. The eourra of studies is such aa will nreuara pupils tor a First Grade Teacher's Certificate, TOQETHEB WITH BOOKKEEPING, LATIN and MVSIC. Bvvw.-.wiiiB a.v aufpii.u win jaapa. Charts, Globes, and Instrnments for demonstrat ing the principles of Philosophy and Chemistry. Tk. InlinAl II 1 .IL mm No Charge for Tuition. Instructions on the Pisno Forte extra. Board, and Room in the Dormitory. $30 PER MONTH, PAYABLE POSITIVELY IN ADVANCE. For further particulars address W. C. DOVEY, PRINCIPAL. August 18, 1879. au23-3m DENTISTRY. I AM NOW IN PIOCHE BEAST TO attend to business. My stsy will! CaXJxJ be short so those requiring my atten-" uon wii nave no time w lose. nrjSl-tf F. O. NICHOLS, Dentist. Notice to Creditors. ESTATE OF F. B. CLABK, DECEASED. Notice is hereby given that the under signed, Administrator of the Estate of F. B. Clark, deceased, to the creditors of, and all per sons having claims against, the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after tbe first publication of this notice, to the said Administrator, st Clark's store, ln the town of Pioche, in the connty of Lincoln. Dated at Pioche, September 25, 1879.. D. C. CLABK, seCT-SOd. Administrator.