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Assessment Notices ....$20 Delinqaent Sales, per square 8 Postponement of Delinquencies, per square. . A Dissolution Notices..,., , 10 Notice to Creditor. ..... .'. 10 THE PIOCI KLY RECORD. i; P1QCHE WEEKLY RECORD, published (VIST Saturtuy by RECORD PUBLISHING CO. iFtTIOK: WAHDB BUILDING. MAIN STttKBT OPPOSITE HALPIN'S STOBB. TERMS i On. vear. by MU or Exp rest Id Six Months S None forwarded till paid for.l TUB PKCOKD U delivered in Ploche and Bulllonville at 21 cent per week, payable to the Carriers. All persons having business with this office are ruiiuosted to addrene the Record Pcbluhiku OonriKT. We have ho authorised Agente. VOL. XX. PIOCHE. NEV.. SATURDAY. MAY 29, 1880. NO. 11 NO LONGER A BELLE, Little Uoci Correspoadeace Louisville Cour- nMuuniui HISOELLA-IEOTJS. MISCELLANEOUS. JOB PBIHTING. JESSE WHITE'S FIK8T DRINK (Suceeesot to Mott, Nth & Co.) Meadow Valley St., PIOCHE - - - - NEVADA. -DEALER IN HARDWARE, The once molt beautiful woman of Ar kansas is now a beggar, and, though not a literary woman, has wooden leg. She is the daughter of Sandy Faulkner, the original "Arkansas Traveler." She has been married several timeB, and she is know nown as Mrs. Trapnell. In the old avi nf Arkansas aris tocracv. whenthe rich planter and men of note gathered MILL AND HTNIUOr SUPPLIES, at the Ashley mansion, Miss laulkner j on and Steel. was ine oeue, peweu, uvuxm mired by every one. Her wardrobe came from Paris and her lovers from every quarter: Slave to the demands of gayety and conquest, she was haughty and con sidered heartless. Her away for years was undisputed, and when her financial decline came, she would not recognize a fact which seemed to her ao preposterous. JOB PRINTING! PIOOH33 aaeT9ae FARE .... $38.00. HAXJ-DAILY FHOM Doors and 'Windows, Hamilton to BvHBLL T.Htle Bock Gazette.1 ' "I iiju sixty years old, and never got drunk till day bofore yesterday," re marked Uncle Jesse White as he sat on a salt barrel in front of a grocery store. " I have lived in Arkansas for forty vnav. cum here from East Tennessee and the thought that I got drunk in the She married, but her husband did not evening of my life, when I can just see prove to be weaitny. rrom wus uus- the gray hairs shining in the twilight, is band, if I am correctly informed, she enough to make me throw myself in the was divorced. She was still beautiful, rivov." " Tell us how it occurred, Uncle nd though divorced from her husband, Jess," asked a bystander- " Well, some he was still inseparably wedded to l,, in mv neighborhood" and cicty. But the bright Star of her life had t. ,.!,; .,,,1 ,Ww i,i. becun to stow dim. Her father died and vigorously to see if the fire, was out, " a Good Templar's Lodge was organized. All vnimor Tiennln iined. and Drettv soon they came after me. My son Ike one occasion a large party was farming th Wlin' man. and he savs to me. to visit the Madri-gras festivities at New li en 1.1 MAA4 1. T von tn i n this thintr uneans. one ws iuiu v - ROBINSON CREEK. AND THE gS TOVH S.jj A-nci Tinware. House-FurnisMng Goods. Agricnltnral Implements, etc. ALL OF WHIOH WILL BB SO 0 AT Prices to correspond with the present greatly reduced oost in Eaatera markets, from "hence I am now receiving eaaiuon vu my tjtock, purchased at the Lowest uesn rases. AND TRI. WEEKLY FHOM HAYUjTOB to chebet OBEEi left her with comparatively nothing. She still had offers of marriage, but she disdained them on financial grounds. On I EVEBY. OTHKR DAY F&OH PIOCHE 10 SALT LAKE CITY. VIA LEEDS. PARE TO TERMINUS, MO. GILMER & SAL1SBUET, Proprietor! c PIOCHE EECOED NEWSPAPER Court Summons, per square apeeial Lorala Fifty Centa perliae, for first, and Tea Cents for each subsequent Insertion . JOB WORK. Done at the Kecokd office in the beat style known to the art; anil must be paid for on dt. liTery, unless peruua hsvlog the work done have standing accounts with uie omce. viatlon from this rule. ' HOTELS 4 EESTAUEANTS. THE SAN JOSE HOUSE yiLL BE OPENED APRIL 1st, 1877, AS A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL In all respects. " The Table will be be supplied with Uie best the market affords and no efforts will be spared to make everything comfortable for permanent and transient boarders, ine nouse is inor oughly renovated and well furnished through out and is the only house in Ploche supplied with Prices to Salt the Times, mrSl-tf MSB. JA3. PEARSON , Proprietress. AREYIWa U. B. MAIL AND WELLS, FAB- OO ft OO.'B EXPRESS. ' Pap, 'Ike,' says I, 'don't know the taste of necessary expenses. liquor and I don't see the use of Jimn , ' Pap,' says he, ' we want your influence. We are gwine to vote on the local-option law pretty soon, and we want you pub licly identified with the work.' Then my daughter Susan she came around and begged me to jine. 'Susan,' says I, 'you never seed your father take a drink.' 'No, pap,' says she, 'but we A gentleman who had heard her express herself, and with whom she was scarcely acquainted, remarked to her: "If you will marry me I will take you to New Orleans!" "I will," she exclaimed, and they were married. The husband, I think, died shortly afterward. Some time after this she met with quite an accident. While riding in a buggy the horse ran away. .t to hfilt us frown down the She was thrown out ana sustained me curse of intemperance.' Next our parson injury of a broken leg. This might not pjoohe, came around and sot my wife on me, and have proved so injurious nan sue not, ais- when they all got a drummm' I had to obeyed the instructions of physicians and jine. I jined on Friday night, and on disregarded the advice of friends. She the following Saturday I got on the boat insisted upon receiving visitors, and and came down here. Somethin' ailed would sit all day and half the night me. Somethin' kept say in,' 'Jesse White, propped up in bed, laughing and tatting you aint a free man.' It bothered me, in her gyest humor. Her reetiewhess and when I saw one of the deck-hands t last rendered amputation fiecessary. turn uo a iue. down I walked and looked I met her to-day. She has just been . AGENT FOR THE California Powder Works. Keeps on hand and Sells at Lowest Bates n.rrnl.a Powder No. 1. XX. the Mtrongast Kxplostva Known, Blasting Powder. In Iron Kegs, safety Fnso, Bereul.s Caps, Ete,, Ete. A Liberal Discount to Sealersi. JaB-tf G- H. FI8H. COME AND SEE t Vry Choi. Selection of Grswie. I J. NESBITT & BR0. , FORWARDING CO., Terminus Utah Southern Railrroad, -AaD- 8 AN FRANCISCO RESTAURANT am) - ' 23 aI3Lia xi"ST . KXADOW TALLET STREET, Oppottto Darter Stable. SIMrlod tk Brlsaehsr, Froprt.to.s, The Three Iilnes nen ly Stocked with rine AMERICAN HORSES and now CONCORD COACHES. Biases leave Ploche at 8 o'olock A. H. making olom eonnestlon with Railroad Stage! from Hamilton. One at Walla, Forgo Co. 'a. mi-tf JOB PEINTING! Fresh Oysters In every style. Open day and night for the aooommodatioucf he public "" Orciiue T. GonMAS. OFFIGB. Corner of Main Laoonr Street, (Two Story iiie-pteof BuHdlail Nevada. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CEA-LRRU IN Groceries, Provisions AND General Merchandise. into it, took hold of the corncob stopper, walked away and smelt my fingors. I went up on deck and sat down in front. Pretty soon two men came and sat down. After a while one of them remarked: ' The Governor of North Carolina said to the Governor of South Carolina,' and without finishing the sentence, both of turned out of a house for failing to pay her rent. A more forlorn looking look- ine woman never lived. She had been out begging, and limping along she car ried a basket. She is quite old now, and her hair is as white as the record of St. John. You Can tell in a moment that she has been beautiful, for her the men laughed and drank out of a big mouth, pearly teeth, her eyes and mag- black bottle. There was somethin in that Governor business that took ine. I had heard my father talk about it and laugh. I had often heard it, but no one had ever been positive what it was that the Governor said, only that the time be tween drinks had been rather long. Pretty soon one of them reached down, nificent brow, all declare that they were once organized into a convention of beautv with a rich suit of hair as the chairman. Importers of VCiXA-oan, liictuorM. 01crsj Aixcl Tobaococsi, GEMS FUEUISHING 300DS Boots eft Slxoasa. GRAIN and FLOUR constantly hand. A miner who had "struck it rich" in one of the Colorado districts put up at a Chicago hotel a few days ago. Heevi- ksee the oon one oi xneiu rcatucu uunu, i , .. TOOK, up ine Dotue, loun. uuk win tui. "n i .: , . r , -m. r,' xr-n ... world. He was about thirty years of sam; ins uuvtraurw ii.uv.i,.. , ... . .-i ii.. i mi.-i.ti. I "a" -"-"""" saiu io me, iue-uuu. m-. u6. . , ,..nt liniici a, auu uiaacu iu ... and drank. I never felt so curious in my life. I looked around at the trees on the bank, and at women who waved their handkerchiefs at us as we passed. These Governors had a ring about them that tingled through my old blood. Just then one of the men turned, held the bottle toward me and said: 'The Gov ernor of North.' Before I knew I had hold of the bottle, I turned it up and drank, AH I thought about was the Governor, and when the shadows of Ike, Susan, the parson and my wife flitted through my brain, the two Governors, tall and grand, stalked right up and ran over them. 'The Governor of North Carolina' and I hed taken another pull and a long one. I began to see the Gov ernors in their true light. I thought they were the best fellows in the world. The boat seemed to be running a mile a minute, and I didn't care what she did style prevailing in the western mining towns that is to ay, he wore high heeled boots, a pair of pantaloons "nicked a vcar too soon," a wide- brimmed, soft felt hat and a red flannel shirt. During his first meal at the hotel a comely young woman who sat opposite won his heart completely. The miner went directly to the proprietor of the hotel and said that he wished to propose marriage to the young woman. By skil ful maneuvering the latter mi informed of the romantic turn of affairs, tut like a good girl ahe wanted nothing to do with m-i; .1 t.V 1,. a stranger. J.a mg auuw- ... miner then approached the girl s father, Also n Fine Assortment of CROCKERY, GLASSWARE AND CUTLERY. Goods delivered free of charge to any portion of the city. Give ns a call before purchasing elsewhere as we are preparing to sell out at vir reasonable prices. brown & mm ' Comer Main and Meadow Valley it'- BEST WINES, Eto. 11HIS IS DESERVEDLY A PLACE OF OXN ERAL resort by all Who indulge In A ioelal Olaas. Olve tnem a can. , , ,.,) . fS-tf ;. i . - SETTLE UP. .;. THE TTRV O GELABERT k ZADOW, OF the Dnioa Market, having dissolved Co partnership, a settlement of the firm sffalra are deairaDie, uiereiore an parti., .wj-k FORWARD GOODS -T0- .. . a.ii xoi-Lt. HAULING OF O-FLISS cfe BTJIjIjION A Specialty. AGENTS FOR BAIN WAGONS AND Oliver Chilled Plows. Full Stock of Wagons and Wagon Material, Iron, Nails and Shoes, and Agricultural Implements. Mark Goods Care of U. F. Co., Terminus 1). S. R. R. General Office, Bait Lake City, TJtah. Branches at Sandy, Bantaquin and Terminus 0. 8. B. B. deia-tf GHAS. STEIN, MAIN STREET, PIOCHE, NEVADA. 3octler In. GROCERIES, PRODUCE, I AM General Merchantlise. W. P. GOODMMH. GOODMAN & CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DKALEl-S IN MAIN STREET, STATIONERY, SCHOOL BOOKS, ' I PiooUe, 3STO-V1 INKS, PENS PERIODICALS AND NEWSPAPERS " or all -runs. ; The attention of Merchants and Mining Com. panles of Southern Nevada and South. Western Utah la called to the fact that Job Printing of every dtscrlption is done at the Bacons omci in (elegant style and at the LOWEST PRICES. RECOUD PUBLISHING COMPANY Business Cards, Wedding Cards, Letter.Heads Imported and Domestic , CIGARS, TOBACCOS. PIPES, CUTLERY, ETC. '. .: AGENTS VOU . "C Eureka Daily Sentinel, v..- AND ALL CALIFORNIA An 1 fli-VAJU Dailies delivered py Carrier to auy pa r of Town ' ' ' ... . MAIN 8TRKET, OPPOSITE MEAD. OW VALLEY PIOCBU. NKV. fl-tf .u :-- tl,. n-nnmiition WAS WW. please call ana square ineir wuu, amtu .... -- -f ... .ml thAM havinff billa af ainst the firm in evei7 way well intended, showed no j win please present the same. . WM. ZIDOW. JOHN O. GELABERT. resentment. The girl was called to uie room. No sooner had she entered than the lover placed $50,000 in money on the t.t.1. with thK ramark that if " the little i ti n ... .. .. . i so .ong as ine governors were with us. girl would have mm tnar ner wouum Well, boys, the Governors kept a re- present." But the girl refused point markin' and I kept pullin', and by the tlank and tte diawnsolat miner went to time I got to Little Eock I was drunk as another h an owl. O, I was drunk as a mule a The Marquis de Rays, a French noble mink. I got off the boat and yelled: man, has formed a new colony in one of ' Hoorah for the Governor of North Car olina,' and the first thing I knowed I apS-lm A. COHN tfc BRO. Wholesale and Betail Dealers found myself in a sort of prison. Fust time I ever was locked up, boys. Fust time I ever was drunk, and I am sixty odd years old." Smythekins thought that C. C. C. & I. stood for Conkling, Cameron, Conceit and Idiocy. N. Y. Mail. IMFOBTED AND D0MESTI0 . ..i.n. known as New Britain, in OitBur autld Tobaooos mo ...... - - - . . Oceanica. The colonists are ior part French, Irish and Belgian, Oceanica. The colonistsj ior tn. mo.; ttw -a OTHUE PIPES MlU Will I luA.fn nrntmrslv itrree in religion. biiCiviutv j . . o . ... , v mi . An frns-nilTv tArmi vitn trie xiiey bid wu si.kHwj - aboriginees. Their colony has, accordmg .i?- Tn-n.l Am Tinriata. been placed w uio uwm. ' i:. under the protectorato of the United States, and has reeoived tU name of Port Breton. . Spantard. and Chinese coolies are now an route to ww --ony. P.rtumery, Cooabs and BruaUeel Etc, Ete. Mala street, opposite Meadow Valley N'MUVU) I Iuanorter and Wholesale Dealer In FOREIGN it DOMESTIC , Wines, liq,tjors de cigars, ENGLISH ALE & PORTER, CRAB. APPLE CIDER, CHAMPAGNE CIDER, SYRUPS, COR- DIALS & BITTERS OF ALL KINDS. Special Attention Paid to Family Trade, deC-tf NOTICE. rr t... w. n.iT-f.nn. owtwr In the Iron Mine, situated in Bristol Mlntnf Dis trict, Linooln county. State of Nevada you an. hsMD- netineri tnac cnere is un. hto iuu the sum of seventy-fire ($78) dollara on your Interest being an anaiviaea iwrai iunri in the aboTe named mine, which you are hMhv nntifwi to nit immediately, tosether Wltn CDS OOBIS 01 cms auTerMae . w- we shall claim forfeiture or your uuerea. in uM mine. In eonformitT with tne acts oi uon- lOr.f fil. -tmm-ad Mav 10th. 1873. All parsons are cautioned against purohaalnf the aald lntonet from the said Issao H. Garrlon, as he cannot under existing circumstances make a legal .rentier. , . . J, r. .'. - . ,i-w . , ,. ' WM. MCDONALD, " ' ' Owners of the Iron Mine. iristoi,Nv May 8. 1889. mrs-sod Bill-Reads, Ore Receipts, Assay Blanks, Programmes' Handbills, Posters, etc a ND ALL KIND OE 1'ANOY AND PLAIN job Printing done n nrst-olaan style and at Bhort notice. J. N. CURTIS, successor ro.e';'i'; W. F. MILLS & CO. IlllbbO f WW., X3eclex ixx GIVE US A CALL, Sat-tfaetlen g-aaraatoed In all eases. GE'EKAl MINING SUPPLIES, : ' Groceries, Clothing, Etc.; At HeasouaMe Prices : MAIN STREET, BRISTOL, Lincoln Connty, Nevada. JJS-U .- i- Sheriffs Sale. BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ASSUKU out of the District Court, In and for the County of Liucoln, Btate of Nevada, and to me directed and delivered, for a Judgment rendered in said Court, on the 4th day of September, A. D. 1878, in favor of W- B. Griffin ana agawet me Great Eastern Silver Mining Company for the sum of four thousand .four hundred and twenty two 96-10O ($4,452 86-100) dollara, debt, together with fflnety-ttve ($9) dollars, lax cwrcri, auu n accruing coats and interest. I have levied on the following property, to Wit: , . The Great Eastern mine or mining claim, situated in the Bristol Miniaf District, Lincoln County, Nevada, together with all the Improve , Notice is hereby glvea that on Saturday, the 80th day of September A. D. 1879, at the hour of 12 o'olock at. of that day, I will sell all the right, title and Interest of said Great Eastern 8 M. Co , in and to the above described property at the door of the County Court House In Ploche, Lincoln County, Nevada, at publio auction for cash in hand, to the highest and best bidder, to satisfy said execution and all ooata. W. L. HoKEK, Sheriff, 6-0. T. Gobmis, Deputy Sheriff. anM-td 'I. I 1 !" if i & !.'; 1 1 1 f;