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ttiitt mi a . ia tO CA L I N Tt CLIC I WCt. rl If l t A. tNk MO f r r. prolixity (i mtn is ,,;:jr w !' hot) a r growe, f'al : , Un liiim, tl Ihey Sill t k ,j j it in alM-lniBl, ami Wilt . 5, tint Wtft ( mitif tnt at. r;,e .m I rB3t t ill rlesotet a ml urns I . ft4wi iiIhm from tnrrXHl .!. T It. wM-fi " Will the dmU ,.f lied sisf (tow snv hi jhrf trrm th mil trim where lliey Hoi torn on I when the arte i email?" tht tag and l,,!annl of f.'atl atHWers "( ertimly. . ll tree groat arl stake ilt atom t;.jr-lti Itfiih art M eunree bu.heU 1,01 ill atlllt lllW. V'( d olr ni. should hav tM jroa Ibis." tVi u,.' no pretention ol betnj versed either in agriculture or bortieultare, Iml luring mr tmvboml day hail rtm. '.Wratt eiperieuce al tbt business, tnt. Ike wn city bnjra, c never permitted i.i i.;rtunity to escape to laka a trip tut iet-a the country tlurin; vacation. sni while there t devoted mnch of oar lime t-j the stair ol barticultars, and h?n no person turn tlie watch, w a.ial t get into the strawberry patch, here as Mid tMctal attention to bortt. rultare, and saw that the little birds ii-in't get say with more ripe berries t!ku we did. Unnnz oar eipeneace we were never able to discover that a tree grew from the bottom, anttl enlightened by the sage of the Call. We were always 4 the opinion that s tree kept tboetin; ap or grew from tbe top. At least, that m what oar experience in tnd aw tbe "strawberry trees" taught as. For aUnce, tbc dwarf fruit tree, the limbs of wbkb branch oat from one to two leet (rum tbe ground, tbe trunk of tbe tree being bat that high, while the branches will grow in bight from ten to twenty feet, which abowa ennetewrely that the tree dnes not grow from the brttom, bat from the top. In verification that soca n tbe ease, ami a an excellent illattra tion that each nwst positively tbe fact, let the reader notice tree that has been transplanted, sad unwed off below tbe branches. They will observe that branches will shoot oat from the mother frank, and keep growing pward all the while, while it will be plainly seen by the place where tbe trunk of the tree bad been save!, that the trank has not crown in ti?bt at all. alUaoaeb grown larger aroand the body. Go into s J'AUtt tmtat say oak, iiif wtAaix. sad it will be seen that the yoaag trees have small branches to the groand, bat after the trees get to be from ten to twenty feet bib, the nader branches all die and drop off, while the top of tbe tree keep (booting apwards, till rt bteomts s btrjipe tree. It does not stand to reason that a tree grow from the bottom ap. The tender and delieate Mots that noorith tbe tree has not the strength to lift so large sad heavy a bod v, while they can easily keep it shooting heavenwards from the top braaebew. If a tree kept "tbov iog its trank ap from the bottom it would be aO trank and no limb, or etae the Urge limbs would be on top of the tree. Me, Taos. Tarto, one of the princi pal owner of the mm mines at Iron City, Utah, arrived in town on Tfcsrsdsy, Mr. Taylor report tbe work at Iron (Sty a being shoved abend a rapidly a conven ience will permit. The bUst fnmaee hi now running, and again Spring work will be resumed on a mock larger scale. Mr. Taylor has obtained patents to seven of bis iron claim, ife is also conaeeted with the railroad in UUb. TjXU. Treasurer VL. II. EUm gives notice that tbe State and County taxes for tbe year of 1V3 are now doe and payable, and all taxes unpaid on tbe ICHb day of Xoremtr will become dclinqnent ani the IV per cent, alded thereto. Tbe Treasurer will be found at the office the Water Company from 11 a. n. to 2 r, Jl., waiting to receive taxes. Tucei is no telling what time tbe Day farnacc at Bristol will start up, but everything point to the fact that it will start up ere lone, which will be a Mess ingto all ths settlers in the northern rt of Lincoln county and tbe adjoining portions of Nye and White Pine counties, by creating a market for the produce Tut Barbee k Walker mine, of Silver Keel, doted down on Monday, discharg ing all the men. It was tobl that the mine bad only closed down for about three weeks, but, we are sorry to state, that it is the prevailing opinion at Silver Reef that it has closed for a mnch longer penou. Dr. F. C. Nichols is yet in Park City, Utah. He write that he comtemplatet a trip to Helena. Montana. He ia nnde. ciiled wether he will permanately settle in Salt Lake or not. He writes for the purpose of having some pine-nuts sent him. (.rub mut be getting aoarce in rark City. Mamv of the claim owners now daily viait their claims and ait down there a Krtion of the day. This, we preautne, ia iiiuiiKlea iur aawiMment worn on atui vlauna. Tor the bout poik sausage meat call at tin People's Market. There will alto be found the beat and fateat meat to be had in the Uml at thii market. Mm thread, all n, at PwujaUe'e. """ t Miv ,s k Ui-r i health. tfclell i4 i 4t fj m.t,4f.,.w-l I'lriit the k The fam. m tTri,i4 IWWf f tsnty-fir hour ht ht ;tr tiRtf,ll U tii.l nrf m a lew i)n. I'.tillion tnl a lit'ls tpnrf at nt everything t tn.wA-naly al I-reol. The searaJ an.1 U J, as Ik poet iroU aT, i beeoem mnsi a,a , anr Village. Partiea in from ri.. th, rpt IK it camp as vary da, aal a fleet for IhoMW in stareh ol e m)rr ment t r main ay li mi Hritbr Nettys had Mitrtl Uorves pinwrnol darinf tl pH fe neek ebe to Itallmntill. The aamal ia their earth . salt li. k lb tailing, aa-l ab orb the poimn ia tkjl manaer. Prothei Carrot!, Cian4 aa.1 IatM, furmerly of ear tillag, are buily engaged erecting bow ia Catl Valley, Utah. Carroll and t.raue are making a.h.bt, while fiavis is hauling lumber from the ailjacent moantaia. Brother llame Laogford ant tuter lisie Jackvum of Tuerville, Utah, have emclmleil to ioia band on the 2Mb of net! mowth, and go throagh the grease vat of the St. en-ge Temple, prejuara kry to their honeymoon. Our brethren gave a danee ia tbc achool-boaje last Friday eveninj that was well attended, bat as there was a scarcity of tbc bobaemof tbe Lord i. e.. black bottles tbe affair lacked that vim which usually characterizes oar uws bUges. feven tbtmeand pooajds of ore fines Chief lJutrict pamtd throe gb Bullion ville during tbe week fur the Dry VaDsy mill. Tbe lot was a sample picked ap from some of tbc old mine dump at Chief, and if it pays, roads w ill be bailt sad s force of men pat to work on some of tbe properties la ojauerjaenee of the near approach of tbe sbatting down of the B. H. Con. paay' works, several of our leaser light have takes tbetr departure for Utah, for tbe pnrpoae of looking ap homes for tbetr families; while those more devoutly re bgioos, and tnnseqnentlr with more of thai world's goods, will remain until Spring, in hope that something in the mean time may tarn up. Twe of the B. . Company check, of tbe deMmiaatkM of M and f 1W, and tearing the canceled stamp of tbe beseret Bank of H Lake, were cVAes a few weeks since fmca the private drawer of spt, r. ootos, by rraak Mstnewa, alias the MCiorade Kid," and known in BoIliMvifleasthedade. Tbe IO check came to light last week is a poker game, and tbe trasuie was to neatly aceoav pbbe4 tbat brutber Sjrks cashed ita a matter of aeeoaoKxlatioa. The nosbot of tbe bsuiaem m that 8park m oat M, ana aimougniutr aue toanord to lose tbe amount be deferred prosecuting the parties on tbetr prowue to make it good. It i said that brothers last mod and Mathews have pooled issue on tbe mat- rimooial qsestion, and. will have a double cerrmony performed at one and tbe same time, Sow, this is just a it should be, bat still, Mr. Bcoocm. every time tbat I bear of tbe approactuag nuptuais of my lady friends it makes me almost sick. for fust think of it, her I am, young and good looking, and none of tbe boy, or bogheads, tor tbat matter, will propose. rerbawi toer uuna; 1 am sulky and at. feeted, but right there they err, for I am of a kind and loving disposition and nut tbe girl to help some poor bacb along through tout vale of tear. While reading the Uteottv to my lady ebum a few evenings since for you know forbidden fruit i always tweet to our sex I came to tbe item in the last issue which referred to brother James Wadsworta and his pleurality of wives, when I heard a titter among tbe girls, and upon enquiring a to tbe cause of such hilarity, two pair n rosy cheeks be came a deep crimson, and sisters J. and H. frankly admitted that it was not brother Jlmea fault tbat be was not muchly wedded, for be had offered them a share of hi heart and worldly good and Celestial glory in tbe world beyond. if they would only say yes. Tbe trouble between tbe Smelting Company and their employes baa been adjusted, the Utter accepting tbe Com pany's term, which are that furnace- men receive ff.SO per twelve hour labor, while helpers and feeder receive ff. The employes at first righteously rebelled at these terms, but a few of the older ones, in consideration of their tone service in the Company' employ, and the fact that the Company have been running behind for the past few months, coupled with the knowledge that tares weeks or a month, at the most, will wind up the business in this aectiou. concluded to see them through. Bat I believe I voice the feelings of every mau at the works when I say that under no other circumstance or conditions would they have complied with the terms, for twelve hoars labor in the poisonous fumes of a furnace room wilt ruin the strongest of constitutions, leaving their owners totally unfit to aver afterwards earn a livelihood. Joe Cook has purchased the Dexter stable aud is putting them iu the best order. M.fi., . a si, ivn( ' went I'-tith ftM, t t'-it --,r ftelt kc R .4 Sr.!. t , f , ka n' M itnrmgth tk to t(..fUt r. i -i in i' fr -r tu h, ae ern i-tteew li .m I " S t !'' e f l .mn l. t lt tttmt an-1 Weak 'set I- at jl eent, 'ite rr a!! ik St 1 1 iit ant Imti li' I at " eenta r pr.nn I ; ali t,ml a,a tt a (..hkk f,.. I. h ' sx. "cheap ' sr the heat pexisestl in the I aitl at.a. Th k aetess te ats-ta aim If btasM hit est. ti,mn hate, by eooferatun n.th him, nt).(e. him to snak them, the in I.I n k klwl I'oai.le t aiakt (ikH kick fatwr them. Nir Pnarofrv.-Tkt Waaluag- tie eorteapoa.leat to th Virginia I'.nter- ft, in speak i of the ea.la I'imI. erTj.-es, sat) "The new adjustment has na-U many ekauf in th salary allow, taevs f the Kevaiia PoatoSces. t 'imai.l. arable baasss hav been sustained in sums sf thtm. Virriaia City loaes and Canon City l')U. Anatia alo hea I . Th re.lyctioB at Kureka la n) aaj a simitar km happens at tiold Hill. l.eao 1-aM-t tvm, ami Tuararora f.lai. 1'iorht falls from the I'mi lenlial trade to a fourth elaat otbee." Two nsrk si(o yesterJay, ta)t the Mineral Park Miner of the 9th inst., Dan Dougtaia aa drosrneit in the Colorado river at tbt Nee. I let. It ia suppoaed be got entangled in a seine, that he vaa hauling ia the river at ths time, catching fUh. Itouglaas came to thia county newly a tear a2o, from I'mcke. Nev. Ilia body use taken from the ater by Indiana. Or Ixrcxur to Couai. A Cuius tock bouaekeeprr, says the Virginia Chronicle, bo buys her coffee roasted in the berry has discovered that by again roasting it in an oven the beverage subseueutly made is mure debcioas than that manu factured in tbe usual way. It ia also aaid that the real flavor of tea is only brought out a lien tbe leaves are heated before pouring on boiling water. Klina!, tbe freighter, has leaded Eiarnmaan's ranch in 1'ahranagat Valley f-r three years. Bicbard and family came in from Utah Thursday, on their way to the ranch, where tbey will reside. Wokk is 1eing pushed ahead in the Day mine at Boyal City, and there is not now an idle man in tbat town. Ore teams are engaged ia haubng ore to the furnace at KrutoL it to. llaccckTY is now engaged in gathering up hi teams out on tbe range for tbe purpose of hauling ore and coal to tbe iHy furnace at BristoL This looks like businest. Taerr men were discharged from the Stormont mine, Silver Beef, by tbe fore man, Johnson Vivian, because tbey at tended the funeral of a member of tbe Order A. 0. U. W. Feux Kswht brought a couple of wagon loads of rich ore from Silver fara. lie intends shipping it to Salt Lane to nave it worked. Tub Crest Mountain Traveler, . Hyman, left on another trip during the week. He will visit most of the camp in n one rine county. Twe director of the race to take place at the P-eno Pair Grounds will please accept our thanks for a com pi i mentary ticket. Xrw Fener, About three week ago Mike Scaulan started a new ferry on the Colorado river, between Bosetis and T t 1 Tnz work of retimberiog the Mendha abaft i rapidly progressing and the mine win b ready in a tew day to bout ore. ii aesirea. Fran Chub. During the week V. A. Fulk receive: a large lot of fresh cigars irom jsw vnean. call ana try inein. Scrr. Keetea u preparing to put in five stamps at the tailing mill at the lower enu ol town, Tun road throughout Utah are re ported by the teamster as being very muddy. Serf. A. K. Cftix, of the Day Com pany, is expected to arrive here on Tues day. Thkbe are about 200 men working in the mine and at tbe mill of Silver Beef. G. IL Babtox has returned to Bristol from hi San Francisco trip. Jix McFadde returned from Silver Beef on Tuesday. Best thread, all sizes, at Poujade's. "Stand up," aaid the teacher to the head bov. "Spell 'admittance,' and give the definition." The word went from head to near the foot, all spelling the word, but could not tell the meaning of it, until it reached a little boy near the foot, who bad seen the circus bills posted around the village, who spelled the word admittance correctly. ' "What does it mean !" asked the teacher. " Ad' niittance," said the hoy, " means lifty cents, aud children and niggers half price." While two Finlanders were on their way home Thursday morning, about 4 o'clock, wore confronted on the railroad track by two men and ordered to hold up their hand.s which they refused to do. They started to run and one of them was i " . . . r.i. .L. L...1 - f 1.. KUOCKeil now II wmi mo uuit ui a revuir er and ruhlied of a couplo hundred dol tars. The money was returned by un interested parties and the robbers are uulmowu a yet. Frisco Utah) Time. rt n natirt ttt. v t t-att ; .W li ' lu' ...... i.l Mn . n flilfm .!' ( It t the tnrxH.it ct the lii. t. Mfcliis- l a hiirik rnd n.'era t.. I t'int hr Ant.fiin rnti-rpf kat in.t kereti fias pMetrste.l. A emt'ny ! "t lu f.'rtne.l b. the purss vl inlm. infinf modern at pt. an- to the pt iirtitif t Wnrkir vn th almnat laethaiiatiMe reaaiiret of tht Hal listo, Mr. Henry M. t ...it. baa frrptrr I nd lut pub- lili. a tomplets rert a s-'itie nf ths Meaiesn mines, uhii-h i start ins; iu It rsattatie preaenla',Mti nf pTe."ioia Hietal pr-Htiutiun. II nns up to the pshlie a knnsl- k "f th alnnt fahhu ruhe of Central America, wbM reiwian reached pain over ."! yesrs aj.i, and aroused tht cupidity of tli Old World, line district, that of t.ujnijualo, atone alios a prtIuetiin sinee tht iliscovery of It wealth in I V.Sol startling magnitude. There are no records discoverable of its earlier development by tht Mttiraut of auti-Cortez day, nor of the amounts ravished from nature's treasury by the folloucrs of the Spaniards and their de- srendants. But since 1 701 the statistic are procurrablc, and they show that since the first year of th eighteenth century the yield of precious metal baa attained the enormous amount of 8ti00, 000.000. With no trace of s.eam, either for rait, roads or reduction process, with none of the labor-saving appliances of our day, the achievements of the miners of old are marvelous. At Valenciana, the principal mine of the district, Mr. Clifford found a shaft without ita parallel in the world. To tbe modern miner it is a sight that would cause him to reverence the memory of its historic builders, for, taking into consid eration tbe methods at command of these ancient miners, it is a work to be recorded among the wonders of the architectural world. Mr. Clifford describes the walls of rich ore, and the enormous reservoirs of wealth vast enough to purchase kingdoms; but in painfully striking contrast to all this is the miserable condition of the human beast of burden who do the work dona to much more efficiently and inexpen lively by the machinery of American miner. A trained corps of guide is kept below for the sole purpose of keeping those employed from getting lost in the subterranean labyrinths, - and in one chamber was found a number of women and children cooking food for tbe miners. Many of them live there almost entirely, only returning to the surface at long in. tervals. Whole gangs of horses and mules are at work a thousand feet below th reach of daylight, and once sent down tbe shaft, these wretched animals never leave the mine ab've. Tbe primitive manner in which th ore i worked by the trampling of mules' feet Mr. Clifford graphically describes, and although there are no pretensions made of literary skill, tbe report alto gether present an absorbingly interest ing description of one of th marvel of th world. 'WMlaia's Desltb Jewrnal" Contains valuable information on tbe dis eases of women oxir. Published by Ladt Phvuiciass who have made these pecu liar weaknesses of the acx their sole study to ears. It gives tbe cause, symptoms and a sure home treatment for Prolapsus Uteri or Falling of the Womb. Inflsm mation and Ulceration of the womb and all Displacements. Leucorrhoea or Whites, Irregular, suppressed or painful Menstruation, flooding, nick and Aerv on Headache, Indigestion. Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Weakness in Uaclc ana stom ach. scrofula. Pains in aide. Dizziness, Kidney Complaint, Barrenness, Nervous prostration. Depression of Spirit. Gen end Debility of woman and change of life. Sent on receipt ol six cent in (tamps. Address, Dr. Kuans Medical Association, Aunda, ew York. Xone but FkrsUClass Goods, In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware one should have the best or none. Messrs. Siickley & Co., Chicago, am making specialty of fine goods, and if you need anything in Watches, in dust and water proof cases, Solid Silver or Tripple Plated Ware, Solid Gold or Rolled Gold Jewelry, send to Shurlcv & Co.. they will send single article at the dozen price. They are vouched for iind endorsod by the United States hxpress Company, Amen can ExDsess Co.. Southern Kxnresa Co. F.-W. Palmor. l'ostmaator of Chicago, Gen'l A. 0. Smith, .Ex-State Treasurer, and many others. (roods sent on ap pro val. with privilege of examination en abling you to do your purchasing at home. Itemember, Shurley ft Co., 77 State Street, Chica ro. 111. Sksd ob THKIK NEW A.VD BKAITIKLLLV ILLVH- T HATED CATALOOCE. A rancher near Los Angeles has a cat with a litter of lial -grown kittens wlucli aro death to gophers , squirrels and snakes. The old cat will cr itch a rattlesnake he hind the head, let it coil around hor, and then take it to lw (r kitteut, whs tear to pieces. -irctLLArtoci. J. i;i j. r n i ii iii a n ti u win taut, in navafet tttPoxiTcna aHO DU ALiKKB 1M LTAIlDWAn LT, RON, BTEJSL, MUX and MINING SUPPLIES, tlOSE, DKLTTNO, PACKINO, AVU. siTOHtn, v.a.pa.K mm4 PITT. IHllMOlin A WAUO MaTfcHMt nun, hooks mlimi. AIT at Oltb. Agricultural Implements. ftTOVB. CBOCKBBT SLABS. traUB, anal BOUM J VMM tnBiNo ooooa. ataaalaelartra el Oopptv.Tta at htat-Irea Wart, risats Itast sat Oaarttltts. VCaDQCABTtK) POE COAL OIL 111 a us 1 snd Dunont Blaatlue PnwiU, .il tut u im j . W IERP PIR8T.CLAM OOODI OXtTI tie Buy for Cash and Sell for Cash. OMC PRICK TO ALL II W. E. GRIFFIN, BANKER and STOCKBROKER, tasn seta WELLS, FARCO& CO., PIOCHE, NEV., niBAXHACTg A OKSKBAX BAXXIXO nrtr 1 IXK88. DepoaiU isealTtA ea OssaAc . J- . , A . . . . wmi vi w uti i ii ssrsioff. sebtBse drawn oa all tht priaetMl eltlata tut uaiita siaitt, uaaaut ana strop. will purcbstt Bllvtr sad Oradt Bulllaaat asak advances oasamt and ahlp for avsars onnuiw atlnlai. Bsilroad and all kinds at Bi bonsbttBd told oa Oosuststlea.. Lotos tod Advtneit tatdt en ntotksi alas viviiuaasuoiiectM tna SssustBituts raid. coaaatrosjMiti W-KLLM, PA BOO a CO., aa rraaeltce, Oal. WKLLS, FABflO tk CO., (f Broadwsy, tw Teik. CIV KM, tk ALLEN, 1 IKlog Wlllitm atreei,Loadoa, Baa., Aftntt Wtllt, rarg e Co. OFFICE la Wtllt. farie At Oo't Balldtae laioatiw.x-iocBt.jitvaoa. an-tf COME AND SEE A Xtty Choice tleetttn tf Orecerletv Etc,, Btld Cheap for Cash, at J. NESBITT & BRO.. Corner of Main k Laoonr Street ( f aro story inrt-proot Jtulldtug) Pioohe WUOLEftALf, AND HETAIL PEALZBb III Groceries. Provisions AXD ' General Merchandise. Importers si Winon1 Xalqxoira,2 Olcarai as.xi.cl Totoaoooeaj GEST3 F UENISHIN Q 300CS- GRAIN and FLOUB constantly el nana. Alto a Fine Attortmtnt of CROCKKHY. OLAMWABR AND CUTLERY. ""Goods delivered free of charge to any portlo of the city. Olvt ua a call before purcaatlnj tlsewliere as w are preparing to toll out at vi tl reasonsblt prices. PHILADELPHIA BREWERY, t, - Main Street Pterh Louis Kleine, Proprietor, TB FUnmBHISO A BCrXBIOB ABTICLE X OF Lager Beer In Cluaatlllss to suit, at Ibt bewttl nastt. Ailjolntng Canapt piilltd t HOST KOTICK. MtiOtLlllEOtJI. DUIGTOL HOTEL, NUTOL.NIVADA, MRS L6AMIQM, I BOTH. NtS Itll MATLf AXb --w,, miMi tM us ar art seal t-Me4 f. t a.ar. as .tklie sttnaat.. fl M M Ik stut emafnrtotilt t4 lia kam trie it faaiera KaiMt. THE TABLE III .tlwaat he MatinlUA aalih Ik SWal a lbs Markets. Gilmer, Salisbury & Co's t7. STAGE OABBTIVO t. HAIL anal WELL. rAHo e. CO.') lIPRIts. 3TAOKU LEAVE PIOCHE HaII.T rfH 3 HllverBaef. Btavtr.aad Iwsuluua of t lah aoulhara B. B. Fioche, direct to Miliord, $20 Via Silver Reef, - $21 TRI WEEKLY STAGE LINE -nioH- -To la tt: 1SK -A ftLeavIa Ploeba aioudtat, aedueedtta and Frtdart for BBIHTOL, WABO, HAMILTON sad CHUBBY OBKU. MBBoeUBg tt Kmeta lib dally a tar. (aaBdara tsrepindl for MOBET. HOT OBEBK.TVBO aad DkLUOVr. satkiBs direct eoaatctloa tt Belawsl on Toe. dajrt, Tkaradt) t tad Batordairi for flrauattTlllt, CaaUlolarta, Wsdaatorth, Asutla sad Carsea as Celtradlo Ball road, at Lanlaas;, eenatetlns; aa lib She Vlrgrlnla a Trachea anal C. F. aUreaalt. LIST Or FAKIK, Plscba to Cberry OrMk..,.. .... tit SIS ai .... " .. .. taa MM tn rweat to Bllvtr seal PloebttoKBitka. Ploeba tt Haaillton.., Ploebt to Morev Ptoebt to Hot ortok PlotbttoTybo.. Ploektte Belmont riVKMWV fl." t li f.. .... . ... .... . t . . i it. ploeatttOtodtltrls ..... f Iota to Losing. O. B0.B.R. .. . .... ... BEHBT CATLrB, Agant al Pioebt for Bristol tad Wast Lite BKBBT CATL1N. Ageat for Boulb Lloee. Ploebt. Jasuary 1(, ln. NOTICE. To All Wheat It Map Ceases A LLnBSOm OWXTNO OB BATa TBE fa. control of anp Bortt, If alt, Jtek, enny. Hog, Sheep, Goat, or tap head of BtatOattle, la Pabraaagat Valler or vlelBltjr, art hereby aotlAtd tbtt If tar of tbt abovt Darned ttocs cr ttttlt shall break Is to er trrtpws upon my ranch, tbt stmt kaoen tt BTklB'S BAKCB. tttusttd toutherlr from tbt Tows of Biko, sad extending to tbt Last, In lb County of Lincoln, Mast of Btvade, and la Psbrsatgtt Valley, tbt mm Btvlog t Lawful Panes, aad escloaed by tbt aema, I will fast ap and keep tbt anlnalt to traapatalng, and tf within Tea Dsyt there after tbt tarats er owners do not claim tbt ttld tulsult and pay all daasagtt tasttlntd by ttld trtspsst. together with tbt eott of keeping, I will pots tnt seme SBStrtM EttrtyLawt of tbit two. and snail proceed tnlstt tnt owners and aaid animals ia manner provided by ttld Laws. uhab. Brain. Bike, Btvada, July M, lasg. PA1TACA SALOON, UAl!f IT1IIKT, PIOCHK, NOW BE-OPEMID AKD A SB ABE Of 1 UK . patronage It solicited. The beat el wines; LIQUORS and CIGARS Can always btprixnrtd at the well Lmwn eld xLnaruSa.o. CHAmLBH ttTHlIV. PROFRIETOH. FULK S' SALOON. Main St., oppotlt Betdca Valley, PIOCHK NEVADA. Dispense toe Finest LIQUORG land CIGARO OVBR THb DAR ovAMVBOvaa In th Mountain Country,