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Published every Saturday by RECORD PUBLISHING CO. THE iMmi V IuIlsL RECORD f KICK: WARD'S PntLDING.MAIN STRKST OPPOSITE IIALPIX'3 STOKE. TKRMSl l ,u rear, by Mill or Express ft 4ix Months 8 None forwarded till paid for. Til 15 PKCOIiD U delivered In Pioche and BullionTllle at 25 cents per week, payable to the Carriers. 11 oersous navlng business with this offlceon requested to address the Record Poblibbiho Gohpanv. we nave no aitrnorizeu agents. A T ICR BIBLE DSATH. VOL. XX. PIOCHE. NEV SATURDAY, AUGUST 14. 1880. NO. 22 Reno Gazette, Aug. Olh. Lat,t Sunday morning. two ien started out from McKinney's, Lako Tahoe, to look for Luigi Barmetto, an Italian sheep herder who had been missing two days. The Virginia Chronicle has this thrilling I weeks John Bender, my son, was born, account of the discovery they made: We then moved to Illinois, where Kate After about two hours' search, Marston was born. Kate and John were good shouted to his companion, who scrambled children, but ran away when 17 years old across the ravine and hurried in the and went to Kansas. My first wife died THE TERRIBLE RECORD OP THE BENDERS. Omaha, August 7. A reporter who spent the afternoon with Mrs. Bender, also called on the old man, who, under the delusion that his wife had escaped, told the whole story of his life, corrobor ating the old woman's confession. He described the killing of a man in Illinois and the murders in Kansas exactly as the woman told it. He makes 'no secret of being Bender. He gives a complete his. tory of John Bender and of Kate and Maggie. Bender made the following statement: My name is Alex. Gregor. I was born in the State of New York, and lived there till 1 married my first wife. When I married her she had one child called . William Hauck, begotten adultery. After being married to me two HOTELS & EESTATOINTS. THE SAN JOSE HOUSE yy-ILL BE OPENED APRIL 1st, 1877, AS a FIRST-CLASS HOTEL la all respects.' -". The Table will he ha unrolled with the best the market affords and no efforts will be spared to make everything comfortable lor permanent add transient boarders. The bouse la thor oughly renovated and well furnished through out ana is the only house in noane suppueu MISCELLANEOUS. JOB PBDITIM. r TERMS OF ADVERTISING., uaeasment Notices....... .Y... "--.'.' Delinqnant Sales, per square 8 Postponement of Delinquencies, per square . . 6 uissomtlon Notices " otlco to Creditors. 1" ' Oourt Summons, per square.. .. 8 Special Locals Fifty Oenta perline, for first , ana Ten Oenta for each subsequent lusenirn JOB WOUK, Done at the Record office in the best style known to the art; and mret be paid for on oe. livery, unless persons having the work done have standing aoccunts with (he office. No ik- vtatlon from thla rule. - Prims to Suit the Times. in mrSl-tf MBS. JAS. PEARSON, Proprietress. S A N FRANCISCO RESTAURANT J3 AJBt'EiaEL-S", direction of the sound. ' In a small open' ing, not far from a huge pile of rocks, Martin was standing almost unnerved by terror, pale and trembling. A few bones. shreds of clothing, a largo tuft of curly black hair and a shoo were scattered about the ground, ghastly evidences of the horrible fate that had overtaken the MEADOW ' VALLEY " STREET, -.1 V7 it ttlbfrled Brisaeher, Proprietors. fresh Oysters la every style. , I . Ooen day and nlnht lor the sooommodstior.of hVi public , n'Jl-tf . in Illinois, of consumption. After two years ' I married my second wife. . She had children. Her name was Nancy Peasley. Hor children all died. I had no children by my second wife. While living in Illinois I committed my first murder. I killed a short dark-haired and sent him down to the cellar RV OTHER DAY uuiorianaie intuitu. iiie imimiei m i tiirougu a irap-aoor. i got some money which he met his death was plain; at one from hiin, and buried him back of the side of the opening there was a tree about house about two rods. The old woman the size of a man's leg, the bark of which. 1 helped to bury him. I then went to In was torn to shreds at least eight feet I dependence, Iowa, and worked on a farm i rom the ground, one of the lower limbs at mv trade, blacksmithing. After a Application for a Patenl ' RED CLOUD MINK. United States Land Office, Eureka, Nevada, September 16, 1878. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A. J Blair and Abe Richard, whose postoffio address is Bristol, Lincoln county, Nevada, havt t.hi. fli,i .nniinfttinn for a xiatent lores' linear feet of the Red Cloud mine or vein bear ing silver and lead, with surface ground 400 feet in width, Biiuuto. lying and being in Bristol Mining Iitrict, County of Lincoln, and State nf Knvnrift ntiri known and designated by tht Held notes and official plat on file in thisofllo The exterior boundaries to said lot Ko. 88, be- Inn aa follows, tn wit; Variation 10 deg. east Commencing at a post marked Ho. 1, Wn1tert States aurv.y Ho.-M. -Whonce post in atone mound marked u. s, monument no, j bears N.'e'Jh W. HI) feet, and the working shaft nn this lode bears SU dru. N. 810 leet. Theuoe running, 1st oourse, 8. til deg. W. 600 feet, te nost marked No. 2. U. 8. survey No. 88; thence, art course, 8. 29 deg. IS. 400 foet, to post marked No. 3, V. S. survey Ko. SS; thence, a course, n Ul deg. F.. COO foet, to post marked No. 4, U. 8 survev Ko. 88: thence. 4th course. N . 29 deg. W 400 feet, to post No. 1, the place of beginning, containine 6 60-100 acres. This claim is bounded on the northesBt by the Hillside mining claim, and on the southwest by the Tempest mining claim. The location of this Mine is duly recorded in the Recorder's office of Bristol Mining District, in the County of Lincoln, and State of Nevada, on page 20. in Hook A of said Bristol District Mining Records. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Red Cloud mine or said mining ground as hereinbefore described, are required to file their adverse claim with the Register oi the united mates Lana uince at ru. reka. in the State of Nevada, during the sixty daysreriodof publication hereof , or tbeywill be barred by virtue of the provisions of the , statute. se21-60d D. B.1MMEL -Register. JOB PRINTING! PIOCHE BEC0RD NEWSPAPER -AND JOB FEINTING STAGE TjINES . : 1 Application for a Patent FXOCnEZJSI being ripped off also. The ground about the roots was loose, showing that some animal of tremendous strength had shaken the tree and bent it over. What this animal had been was only too plainly indicated by the enormous footprints near tho treo and in two or three soft spots of ground in the opening. The Italian had undoubtedly encountered a while. I went to Kansas. I had heard from Kate and John, who wrote me to come on. I went to Kansas to live with them. Maggie and her cousin were then at a place called Bender's Hotel. After being there a few days I helped John to make a trap-door the tame as I had in Illinois, The first man we killed would not go on the trap door. He and Kate .arj'X3rfjBC.;L. HALF-DAILY FROM HOBINSON CREEK. 1 large grizzly and climbed the tree to I (lept together, and she killed him with a escape the monster, lne chambers oi I butcher knife. She showed me the knife, his pistol, which was found by Wardrup y?9 buried him near the house. The about ten feet from the tree, were empty, I oruy man I eTer killed alone was a pedler. showing that he had defended himself as 1 1 hit him in the back of the head with well as he could, or perhaps he considered I gtone hammer. I hit him but once. I himself safe in the tree, and had enraged 0t a 00n deal of money from him, but HAMILTON TO :, hCHELL , k AND TRI-WEEKLY ' FROM HAMILTOB TO 0EESSY 0REEI' AND the bear by firing at him. The latter supposition seems the most probable, Whatever the cause of the animal's rage he had grasped the tree in his giant arms and shaken it with such fury as to throw the Italian to the ground, where the in furiated, and perhaps famished monster, made short and bloody work of the poor fellow. Wardrup asserts that the tracks of the bear were the largest that he had ever seen, and that two outside toes from one foot were missing. When the two men discovered this, it occurred to them that Old Brin might be in the vicinity, and knowing, from many talcs, the feroc ity of this gigantic bear, they made the best speed possible out of the woods, taking with them the tuft of curly hair as a memento of the horrible fate of Luigi Barmetto. " OLD BRIN" AGAIN HEARD FROM, Wardrup's belief that Old Brin was the particular bear is perhaps correct, as the following communication to the CarBon ADDeal indicates that the bear is still alive: Small's Statiok. Aub. 1, 18S0. I see by the Eeno Gazette that Old Brin, the biggest grizzly bear that ever roamed the woods is dead. Now I know better, because last Winter I took a shot at him about three miles above Cascade lake. I only fired one shot, and as he turned I lit out, not caring for a row with him. I know it was Old Brin, because his track showed that two outside toes were gone, he having been caught in a trap in 1802, I havn't seen him since, and to be plain I don t want to. ' Yours Truly, John Hkmway do' not know how much. ' Remember others that we killed. One man John killed and put under ice. Two little girls, seven or eight years old, we buried alive. Their parents we killed the day before. I used to stand behind a curtain and push a trap door. Kate and Maggie were always down in the cellar to cut the victim's throat. I often heard them whetting their knives. John and Kate used to sleep together. Leander Smith was Kate's lover, and Justice Gremshaw was Maggie's man. After leaving Kan. we went with the Indians. We thought this Spring we must go to Illinois to die. I started with Kate, John, Matreie and four children. The old woman and I left them at Schuyler. They had a team of old horses, one a bay and one a gray, and an old wagon, Sheriff Daniel M. Bender, from Kansas, has arrived at Fremont with a requisl Won." He does not know the Benders and has never seen them before. . EVKRY OTHER DAT FEOM . PIOCHE TO SALT '-"titty VIA LEEDS. PARK TO TEttMINUS. S0. 't A SILMES 4 SALISBURY, Proprietors rABRIIHG TJ. g. MAIL AND WELLS, FAR- fjaOs OO.'S EXPRESS. " The Three- ijnet newly Stocked with rim. AMERICAN HORSES and new CONCORD COACHES. Hiaaea laara Ploeha at 8 o'olock A. AI, making close connection with Railroad Stage (rom Hamilton. OHloe sit Wells, Farfc-o ACo.'a. uai-tf ';;tTJTAEC:; FORWARDING CO., Terminus Utah Southern' Railrroad, United States Laud OrncE, Eureka. Nevada. March 11. 1878 VTOTICE 19 HBREBY GIVEN THAT TBi lTem Pahute Land. Mlnlnir 1m provenient Company, whose postollice address is Chicago. Illinois, has this day filed application for a patent for 1000 linear feet of the Prodigal Mine or vein bearing silver, with surface irrouud 200 feet in width, situate, lying and being in '1cm i'luto mining vistrict, County of Lincoln, and State of Nevada, and known and designated bv the Held Dotes and official Dlat on file in this office as lot No 44. The exterior oounaariesoi bsiu ioi no. , oe- ina as follows, to wit: Variation 10S6 cast. Commencing at a post marked Ko. 1, U, S. sur vey No. 44. This post stands on the north weBtern boundary oi u. o s rvev no u, wyan. dotte Lode, whence post Ko.l ol said survey No, 4u bears . 64 H deg. W. 108 feet; ths monli. menton Orant Peak bears N. 1(1 deg. 61 mln.fc 1068 feet; the Kinsey shaft bears B. 28 deg. 21 min. K 785 5-10 feet and the center of the main opening on this lode bears N. 39 deg.E, 126ieet, thtnee rnnnins. 1st course. N .73(4 deg. W. Wl'i f-ut, to post marked No. a, u. n survey no. aai in noe, 'la course, n. its aeg. a. sou icci, id post m.rked Ho 3, TJ. B survey No. 44; thence, 3d course, a. TJ aeg. c. iuw reel, to poBi riiarked No. 4. U. H. survey No. 44; thence. 4th course, S, 16 it deg. W. 100 feet, to pot marked Nn fi. lj. m. Hnrvev AO. 44 tnia vost stanuB on the northwestern boundary of said survey No, 40; and thence, 6th course, 8. 54 it deg. W. 126 9.10 feet, alone said survey No. 40 to post No. 1, the place of beginning, oniaimug a ou-iuu acres. Th s claim is bounded on the east nytne Wyandotte mine. The location of this Mine is duly recorded In the Recorder's office of Tern Piute Mining Dls. trlct. on Dane 41 In book 13. of the Uinlng Bee ords ft said district Any and a I persons claimins adversely any portion of said Prodigal mine or snid mining ground aB nereinDeiore described, are required to file their adverse claim with the Register of the United States Land oluce at Eureka, in the State of Nevada during the sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the Statute. MniO-vUU V. 13. lilLDLUU, WglBlUr. OFPIOH, MAIN STREET- Floolie, Nev' The attention of Merchants and Mining Corn panics of Southern Nevada and South western Utah is called to the fact that Job Printing of overydlscriptlon it done st tho Recohd Office in felecnt "(yle and at the LOWEST PRICES. RKCORU PUBLISHING COMPANY MISCELLANEOUS. ' Sheriff's Sale. BY VIRTUB OF AH ORDER OF SALE ; issBed out of the District Court, In and for th County of Lincoln, Stat of Nevada, and to me directed and delivered, for s judgment ren dered In said Oourt, on the 4tk day of August, a. li. mv, in favor oi wens, cargo s uo., O. U. Fish, R. A. Kevin and A. Snodgrass, and against Andrew Fife and K I. Barter and the Fife ft Barter quarts mill, for ths sum of sixteen Hundred and forty-Dva 10-1U0 (l,oo lo-iuu) aoi lark, debt, together with ona hundred and thlrty-seven 60 100 ((137 (O-1S0) dollars, tax costs, and all accruing . osta and interest, I have levied on ths following property, to wit: ina quarts mill situate i uong vaiiryai id Id; DlBtrietfta tk said County of Lincoln, and State of Nevada, and about three-fourths ( It ) of a mile south of th ranch known aa John H. Hitman's Ranch, and on th east aide of Meadow Valley Wash, and known as thn File ft Barterquarts mill, together with the appur tenances thereunto belonging, and all rights and privileges pertaining thereto. Notice Is hereby given that on. 8atnrday, the SOth day of September, A. D. 1879. at the hour of 12 o'clock M of that day, I will sell all the right, title and Interest of aald A Fife and K. K. Barter, and the Fife A Barter quarts mill in and to the above described property, at tne uoun nouse aoor in I'locne, Lincoln County, State of Nevada, at public auction, for cash In hand, to the high, st and bast bidder, to satisfy said execution and all eOSU. ''.,,,' ' ' W. L. MoKEE, Kherlff, ' Oeo. T. Goutui, Deputy Sheriff. , au23-t,i Uwmrj htates Laud Oftice, Eureka. Nevada, March 11. 1S7R. XTOT1CE IS HEREBY G1VKN THAT THE 1 Tern Pnhute Land, Mining & ' uroventent Company, whose poBtoftlce address is Cblcsvo, Illinois, baa this day Bled application for a patent for 1500 linear fen of the Sleeper Mine or vein bearing silver, with surface ground 2O0 feet In widtb, situate, lying , and being in Tern Piute Mining District, County ' of Lincoln, and State of Nevada, and known and , designated by the field notes and Official plat on file In this office as lot No 46. The exterior boundaries of said lot No 4f, be. ing as follows, to wit: Variation 1ft M east. Commencing at a post marked No. 1, V. . sur vey No. 45, whence post No. 1 of U.S. survey No. 40. Wyandotte Lode, bears N '69 di g. 33 min. E. 834 foet; tne monument on urant reaa Dear N. 24ia deg, E 1396 feet; the Kinsey shaft bears 8. IW deg. 23 min. E 878 feet, and the Sleeper shalt bears S. 25 deg. B 112 feet , thence running. 1st courts, B. 61 H deg E. 200 feet, to post marked No. 3. U. 8. survey No 45; thence, 2d c iurte, 8. 38 k deg. W. 1500 feet, to post marked No. 3, TJ. 8. survey No. 40; thence, 8d course, N. 51 M deg. W. 200 feet, to post marked 4, U. S surv ' No. 45; thence, 4tb course, p . 38 lg deg. E. 1500 feet, to post No. 1, the place of be gin' ing, containing 6 89 100 acrea . - . Tbia claim Is bounded on the west by the Ta'tler mine. The location of this Mine Is duly recorded in the Rooorder'B office of Tern Piute Mining Dis trict, on page It. book B. nf the Mining llec orda of salA Mstriot Any. ai d all pe sons Claiming adversely any portlAr. i said deeper Mine or said mining ground as hereltbefuro described. sr- required to 01, their edviipo claim with the Beglter of th. United B'ateB Land office at Eureka, In the State of Kuvadn , during the sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue Of the provisions of the Statute. mrl6-tl0d D. B. IMMEL, Register. 14 'I Size of tub Lakes. The oreatest length of Lake Superior is 355 miles; its greatest breadth is 160 miles; mean depth, 688 feet; elevation, 627 feet: area. 81,000 square miles. The greatest length of Lake Michigan is 300 miles; its great est breadth, 108 miles; mean depth, 690 feet; its area, 23,000. The greatest length of Lake Huron is 100 miles; its greatest breadth, 69; its mean depth, 600 feet; elevation 574 feet; area, 20,000 square miles. The greatest length of Lake Erie is 2j0 miles; its greatest breadth is eight miles; mean depth. 84 feet; elevation 555 feet; area 6,000 square miles. 1 lie greatest length of Lake Un tario is ISO miles; its greatest breadth, 65 miles; mean depth, 500 feet; elevation 231 feet; area 6,000 square miles. The length of all these lakes is 1,265 miles, covering an area of upward of 136,000 The "Dark Horse." The term dark horse," which is now recognized as a ' pat expression in the language of politics, is said to have originated in Tennessee. A sly old chap named Sam Flynn traveled about the State years ago with "Dusky Pete," a coal-black stallion, shambling along as if it was only a likely hoss" nntil he had fixed his bets, when "Dusky Pete swept around tne track like the flyer that he really was, Flynn had arranged his bets at one such country race, when Judge AlcMinamee, who was the turf oracle of that part ot the State, arrived on the course and was made one of the Judges. As he took his place in the stand he was told how the bettinif ran. and of the folly of the owner of the strange entry in backing his "plug" so heavily. Running his eye Avar the track, the judge instantly rt cognized "Pete," and he said! "G(ntle. men. there's a dark horse in tms race that will make some of you smell hell be fore supper." The' Judge was right. " Pete," the " dark horse," laid back un til the three-quarter pole was reached, whm he went to the front with a rush, a ths mi ra and FWnn's bets with emu " w" - x" - , . . , the ireatest ease. After llynns tnck became known, racing men were aiwayi on the outlook for a dark norse. John Bright says that for every heathen converted in Africa there is opportunity FORWARD GOODS 4 i ;. i'.i -TO-. . 1 i O i i NOTICE. To Whom it liny Concern. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THF Raymond A tly Mining Company has, on April 0, i8S0, sold, assigned, transferred and set over to Lazard FrereB all its right, title snd in terest in and to a certain agreement, dated No vember 1, 1879, between the said Kaymond & F.iv Minino iiomnanv and William B. uoune ana Ben Hampton, of Frisco. Utah. And tha', under and by virtue of said sale ana assignment, tue said Raymond & Ely Mining Company has de livered unto said lizard Freres full control and nossesslon of all the tailings of said Company, and other property described in Baid oontraot, and situated at or near uuinonvnie, sevaua. Pioche, Nevada, July 23, 1880. THE RAYMOND & ELY MINING COMPANY, By O. H. WEHTHETMIB, Acting Superintendent. LAZtD FRERES, By E. J Ls Bbkton, Jy21-lm Their Attorney in Fact, HAULING OR f OHBB tft BtTljIjI03T A Specialty. XT. --';.?AGENT3 FOR-'- t-C - SX BAIN WAGONS ,1 v' ' H 1 fl I ' '- Oliver Chilled Plows. Vail Stock ef Wagons and Wagon MatortaV.lron, Sttoes, t - and AaTrlcnitarat impiemeuia. Irtar Goods Care of U. F. Co.. Terminus U.S. R.R. General Offlce, Salt Lake City, U tab. Brancnes st Bandy, Santaquin and Terminus U. S. R. R. delS-U . NOTICE. To Whom It May Concern S.TOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER iS and by virtue of a chattel mortgago, exe cuted by the Raymond & Ely Mining Company tnn.vl Oahn rinrprl ATi1li n lWill. IUO B1U mond Kly Mining Company nas delivered unto said David Oahn entire and full possession, according to law, of the property, personal and was recorded April 12, 1880, in Book 0. pages 302 to 205 inlusively, Lincoln county neuurus, Dn.h. M.nil, .ihiv.j 1M.I1. THE BAYMOND & ELY MINING COMPANY, By C. H, WERTHErMKR, Acting Superintendent, DAVID CAHN, 3y!-im By E. J. Lb Bretos, ' His Attorney in Tact. LOST CHECK. riHECK Ko. 14,867, BEARING DATE OP I , April 48, 1880, drawn by W. E. Griffin of Pioche. Hevmds on WelU, Fargo Oo. of Ban Fniciico, in faW of M. O'Malley. for the sum of os hundred floe) ollar.hsvln beta lost, " ... S,bT cautioned not to pur- chaSetha same, as payment has been stopped on "m" ' " 'v' W.E.GRirm, Btistneaa Cards, Wetldlna Cards, Letter-Heads', Bill-Heads. Ore Receipts, Assay Blanks, Programmes Haadblllr, Posters, etc. ) AND ALL KIND OF FANCY AND PLAIN Job Printing done n first-clasnlBtylesnd at short notice. -"Notice to Lienholders.- a N ACTION HAVING BEEN COMMENCED in the Sixth Judiclul District Court of the State of Nevada, in and for the County of Lin- ..in l Thnmta w Hrnwn. to eniurw auti iun. el ise certain liens against the Meadow Valley um an Minim. Olaim. situated in Ely Mining District, in the said County of Lincoln, State of Nevada Notice is hereby given to all persons holding or claiming liens on said premisea under tho provisions of an act ef the Legisla ture of th' State of Nevada, entitled "An Act to secure liens to mechanics and others, and to repeal all other acts in relation thereto, ap proved March 2d, 187G, to be and appear before said Court on the 2d day of August. A. D. 1880, and to exhibit then and there the proof of their "jjlutd' '' THOMAS W. BROWN. GIVE US A CALL. JOB WOKK done at the Record Office. with Neatne Ballstuction guaranteed In all eases. NOT1CK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAI WKT.T.B, Farso ft Co. have commenced an action ic the District Court of ihe Sixth Judicial District f the Stste of itevada, in and for the county oi Lincoln, in which action tha aald Wells, Fargo & Co. is plaintiff aod Andrew File snd K. E. Barter are defendants. Bald action Is brought to enforce a lien upon the following described premises, situated In s.id County of Lincoln, and State oi rtevaaa, to to: inat certain Quar'Z Mill and Mlllstte situated in Long Valley Minimi District, in said County and State, and abont three-quarters ot a mile south of the ranch known aa "John Klernan's Ranch," and known as the " Fife Barter Mill," tor tho amount o' one hundred and forty-nire 6-100 ($149 6-100) dollars, gold coin. Said lien is claimed under snd by virtue of an Act of tho Legislature of the State of Nevada, entitled "An Act to secure liens to mechanics and others, snd to repeal all other acts in relation thereto," ap proved March 2d, A. D 1876. ' Now, therefore, all persons having, holding or cl lmlng liens upon the ssm premises uuaer tne provisions oi said Act are hereby notified to be and appear before said Court on the 4th day of August, A. D. 1879, at 10 o'clock A. at. of that day, the same being a day of tbe regular term of said Court, and then snd there exhibit said Hens snd the proof thereof. Pioche, Nevada, Jane 14, 1879. FULLER & SAWYER, el4-30d . Attorneys for Plaintiff. OTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE undersigned has commenced an action in the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District of tbe State of Nevada, in and for the Oonnty of Lincoln, In which action the undersigned Is plaintiff and the "Nevada k Arizona Mining & Transportation Company," defendana, and the following deacnoea property, to wit: ine quartz mill end millaite situated in El Dorado Canyon, in the El Dorado Mining District, in the County of Lincoln, State of Nevada, and known as the El Dorado Quartz Mill; and the following mines and mining claims, situated in the same mining dlstriot, to wit: The " Te chatlcup" mine and mining claim, the "Piatt" mine ana mining claim, the "Nash" mine, and mining claim, the "Rover" mine and mining olaim, the "Hercules" mine and mining claim, and the "Savage" mine and mining claim, fo the purpose of foreclosing s lien against ssid property amounting to the Bum of thirteen hun dred and elghty-nve 86-100 ($1,886 86 MY dol lars, gold coin, in accordance witn toe statutes of the State of Nevada In such csuses made and provided. Now, therefore, all persons hav ing, holding or claiming liens upon said prop erty under the provisions of said statutes are hereby notified toTbe and appear before (aid Court on Monday tbe 4th day of A a gnat, A, D. 1879, at 10 o'clock A. M. of tbat day, snd then and there exhibit their liens and the proof thereof. Pioche Ifevada, May 26, 1879. my81-30d . - JOHN N. CRAIG. , NOTICE. ,4 ToIss'attN. Garrison, tv?4r in ths Iron Mine, situated la Bristol V.inlng District, Lin coln county. State of Nevada yon are hereby notified tbat there is aue irom yon we sum oi sixty-six dollars and alxty-six ($66.66) cents on your interest being an undivided two-thirds In terest in the above namea mine, wnicu you are hereby notified to pay immediately, together with the costs of this advertisement, otherwise we shall claim forfeiture of your Interest In said mine, in conformity with tbe sets of Con gress (Sec. 6). approved May 10th, 1872. All persons are oautioned against purchasing the said lntesest from the ssid Issae N. Carrion, as he cannot under existing circumstances make a legal transfer. O. T. KA8TBERG, l" wm. Mcdonald, : . ' Owners of tha Iron Mine. Bristol, Nev., May 6. 1880, . mj8-0d ft S S3 Mi '15! r : . 1 i r square miles. to convert five in ungiano.