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wVftJKUAV MA HUH itil. 1T LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Jack O'lirwn, that redoubtable Uristol artfumentive warrior, who has been s bug absent from bit old stamping groooJ. baa at last turned up in the guise of a Piute chieftain. A week ago j Jack, smeared in red ochre, with a tur-1 key feather in bii hat, quilled moccasins on hie leet, a bow aud arrows alung over his ahoulder, and an old U. S. musket lying acroM the saddle, rode at the bead of a cavalcade of Piute warriori through Pahranagat Valley. Cncle Jim Pearson accosted Jack aud hit clam men, but failed to get any response in the mother tongue the rich brogue had forever de parted. In the broken guttural, peculiar to the Indian raoe, however, and by signs, Jack gave Pearson to understand that the cavalcade wu journeying on to where the sun went down. lit the San Francisco Chronicle of March 15th, under the head of "a heavy suit," appeara the following article: "R. H. Klam and Jamea McFadden have brought mit in the Circuit Court again it J.Aani FrereaftCo., to recover $;!, 000 dumagea. The defendants sued out an injunction in 1H85, restraining the plain tiffs from working the dead Independent mine in Inyo county, and now the plain till claim damage in the auin named." The above, ao far as regards the local ity and demiae of the mine in question, U erroneous and deserves correction. The Independent mine, over which the suit ii pending, is one of the old-time mines of Pioche, and was purchased a few yean since from its former owners by Klam and McFadden. Last Sunday night Ram Smith, with the aid of an Indian ally, outflanked Chinatown and through dint of strategy succeeded in gobbling up a couple of heathens, who, it is supposed, have been ei.Rs.ged in the highly lucrative employ ment of selling whisky, rather too pro miscuously, to the members of the noble tribe of Piute. The celestials gave Iwtnis for their appearance before the dread tribunal of a Pioche court aod were released. Senator Joa. Poujade aod wife arrived home from the Bay Sunday last, aud were warmly welcomed by hosts of friends. Monday evening the Pioche brass band gave them a serenade, which had the effect of oliciting a brief address from Mr. Pan jade, in which he thanked all interested for the honor conferred. All hands wert then invited in to par take of refreshments, which invitation was accepted with a will. Thar "big boom" that was diurually aud nocturnally hauled through Pioche during the year passed and gone, plowed ijuite a ohaunel in the soil of prejudice yet the channel has again become, filled in and tamped mighty hard with the same kind of dirt that it "used to was." A very deep subsoil plow is the only thing that can ever open it up again. Three separate suits were entered in the United States Court at Caraon re cently by Adotph Sutro, Nicholas Luu uing and T. Vincent against Lincoln county, for the sum of $-180,000, for money due on bonds. This comes with. iu $T0,000 of the total valuation of the taxable property in the county. Vir ginia Chronicle. An irreverent cuss suggests that the mammoth boot and shoa emporium of A, A. Young, Esq., should have a sign hung over the door, bearing the following te- gendi "Onoe a month," as be says that the sign would be applicable to both the dealer and his customers. Vegetation is very backward in that unholy den of filth Panaca. The green eat thing to be seen there is Bishop Lee; aud the only indications of early spring budding ia among the spauk led -faced Mormon girls. A town in California is Afflicted with a young man possessed of owl eyes. He is aa blind as a bat by daylight, but after dark his vision is limply wonderful, The poultry of that section go to roost in tin morning. A new star in the firmament, Red Star Cough Cure. It banishes coughs and throat troubles, oontains no mor phia or opium and ii safe and sure. Price, twenty -five cents, Uncle Abe Kickard, who has been con fined to a sick bed nearly all winter, i now about on the street and, judging from appearances, is on a fair way to recovery. Bob Ilusband is husbanding up his strength and also a shrub or two for Arbor day. John Rotder has returned from Hiko, TIIVT KM ALL ED1TIOV. There is a very small edition of child iwd a happy hour who makes it a point to come to a standstill right in front of this printing shop at precisely 3 o'clock every afternoon, in total disregard of weather, extenuating circumstances or anything else. Ho cornea merely for the purpose of having a good cry all by him self. Having taken up his position, he opens his mouth aud begins to squall, and continues squalling, every squall being exactly an octave higher than its predecessor, while the tears that fall so copiously doun bis cheeks would put to the blush the nozzle of a large sized watering pot. After he has squalled till he is all squalled out, be dries his tears aud hies him homeward, very like ly to recuperate bis strength for the morrow's ordeal. That children should be indulged in their little pleasures and recreations is but natural and right unto which we second the motion. And having become so accustomed to this boy we really enjoy him more and more every day in fact we anxiously, and it must be confessed, somewhat impatient ly, await the hour of his approach. Should the Allwise Being, in his infinite mercy, see fit to pluck this flower and bear him aloft to bis bright and happy noma among tie little stars then the marble pillars and colonades in front of this Rkitihd shop would be literally smothered in crape. A large balloon passed over this place at about noon on Friday last. Its height, as nearly as could be estimated, was about two miles and its course a little south of east. The sky bciog cte?M -at the time, it remained visible for upward of an hour. The appearance of this strange wanderer of the skies, caused a deal of excitement, pendant on curiosity as to where it started from and also its destination. The entire populace of Pioche, including the teachers and pupils uf the public schools, turned out masac and gazed long end steadily at the beautiful object so gracefully floating under the blue dome of heaven. The lenizpns of Chinatown were fairly wild at the unusual spectacle. They laughedi "k y-yii'd," fired crackers aud bombs, while their dogs, barked, yelped and howled, thereby adding to the general Mongolian infernal racket. Many of our grown people had never seen balloon none of the children had and ao entranced were they both old and youug, at the novel siht that it w with a feeling of regret that they beheld tin balloon fade away in the distance until it became merely a black speck on the easterly homou and eventually dis appear from view. Their beautifu ethereal dream was ended and the prosey hum-drum duties of every day life were again hffora them. Governor Stevenson has set apart and appointed Wednesday, the 13th day of April, as Arbor Day of 1S8. Said day is to be obiurved as a legal holiday as regards public schools, etc. The plant ing of trees, shrubs and vines, and the promotion of forest growth and culture, and the adornment of public and private grounds, are the objects of the establish mcnt of Arbor Day. It is so refreshing to see an editorial headed with a Latin or French quotation, It shows up the editor's profound learn ing with all the glitter ol a locomotive headlight, Ami the common horde who attempt to read and understand the paper, cannot but acknowledge that they are swimming in a sea of blissful ignor ance, and also the editor's superiority. What is the matter with the brass band of lateT The baritone jars the old rookeries till they quake again through echoes discordant, while the leader's in strument is seldom heard. Colds are prevalent. Lots of barkers but they never bite. Stuffed up noses and mugs like posies. Big doses of 'kian" and night sweats of rum are highly recommended. The equinoxial storm due here on the 20th inst, hasn't as yet shied its caster into the arena. Being about 144 hours late it reminds one of a oertain stage line. Tuesday last Assemblyman Henry Rice was in town for the first time since he left the Legislative halls of Carson. We are pleased to chronicle the re covery of Miss Kit Sparks who has been bedridden for the past thre weeks. The query of "what is to become of us?" is only to be answered by "what are we going to become. The merits of St. Jacobs Oil as a sure cure for rheumatism are known every where. Charles Lux, one ot the cattle kings of the coast, recently died m San Fran- noWXPALL OV A. CONUIEROII. It pains us to chronicle a mishap that lately befell IJarry Kingston, an old-1 time Bristoliau, in Taylor. Harry got drunk he got something else, too got hammered. In thinking over Harry's warlike achievements in Bristol, the fact of his late downfall in Taylor is an humiliating one to us, aud one over which we mourn with due decorum. It is quite evident that Harry didn't have his favorite implement of destruction along with him, else he wouldn't have got so ignominiousty dealt by. During the juicy epoch of hostilities in Bristol, when Creek waged war against Greek, no more noble modern figure-head could have been found to represent the gladia tor of ancient date than that same Harry Kingston. In the vast arena of battle, while the.hu riling missiles of devastation were flying about him, stood Harry plying his stocking, with a rock in it, with such a good effect, that the enemy invariably called for quarter and hoisted the flag of truce, for the purpose of bear ing off their dead. Among other great and glorious deeds that can be accredited to Harry was the skillful cracking of old Jim Leffingwell's jaw although much grief was afterwards expressed by Harry's more enthusiastic admirers, that it hadn't been old Jim's head that was cracked. The best generals, however, get out-genernled, and Harry's defeat is but in concord with that of other gen erals. Yet the great God of battles, when he consigned Harry to the tender mercies of his adversary, must have sighed, involuntarily, at least, in remem brance of the valorous deeds of his former protege. Han RoeJer arrived from Taylor on Tuesday night's stage. The silver crop over there isn't just what it oupht to be, still Dan has confidence in the camp and predicts that at some unspecified epoch in the broad hereafter, Taylor may take a couple of strides to the front. The old drunks of Taylor are using their moat strenuous endeavors in regard to liven ing up and developing the camp. Mynher Von Henry Kiep, the tamous accordioni'it, formerly of the Bank En change of Pioche, has gone into the un dertaking business. He has a cotton- plush cotlitt in stock and is anxiously awaiting the advent of the fit it corpse. W. A. Geft has withdrawn from the management of the Carson Nevada Union. The Union is a. newspaper of substance. Its views are sound and are fearlessly expressed. Mr. C. N. Harris ia now the man at the wheel of the CTniuu and will undoubtedly keep her afloat on the same tack that she ban previously sailed on. We wish the Union success iu abundance. Uucle Jim Pearson is enjoying a few ilavH of eoo J Bolid rent in the Lincoln oounty metropolis. He reports that his ranch in the vallcv ia cloaked in the liveliest green, and is decked with the most fragrant of flowers. I he expand iff buds of peach, apricot aud anvl trees are threatening to burst and the honey bees are already at work laying in their winter store, Billy C'ulverwell & Co., are iitiing up two steam launches for the purpose of oouveying passengers to California via Lua Vegas ranch. The flotilla will be iu readiness to cast off from the shoals and quicksands, which render the harbor of Pioche a source of terror to everything but sharks, in about a week. An exchange speaks of beef as getting stronger in San Francisco. If the San Francisco beef ia any stronger than that sold by the Pioche butchers, then the San Francisco people must be possessed of cast iron jaws. Dave Service and Jack Castles, of Tern Pahute, were in town during the week extending the good old fashioned hoapi tali ties of Tern Pahute to the average stranded Piocher. Mary Baker, of Indiana,- has fasted for six months. This is a longor fast than has yet been accorded to any newspaper man on Record meaning of course the Pioche Rroohi. The school teachers must swear, pro claims a new act of the legislature. If lady teachers" are included under this head, it is simply a burning shame, so there, uow. Dave Keel lost a child .ant week from croup at Panaca. There has been con aiderable sickness uf late among the un godly. The U od be brothers have leased the leaching works and are putting throuch 10 to 15 tons of screenings a day. The riochc. Con. suspended ccreening and leaching operations Saturday, the 10th inst. The nighta ate chilly. PARANAG AT ITEMS. Gleaned from the Met tier cf the Valley. lien Payne, Jim Riordan and Lewis, of White River, Nye county, iu search of some 70-head of horses that were stolen from them, tracked the stock to this valley, and blinbly stumbled into a band of horse thieves, who had camped at Cold Springs, about 25 miles northeast from Hiko. Payne and party being unarmed, and therefore unpre pared for hostilities, beat a hasty retreat to Hiko, where they secured the services of seven men, well armed, and again came upon the horse thieves at dusk that evening, the 17th inst. The gang being taken by surprise, made no resis. tance but heat a hasty retreat, leaving 34 -head of horses, blankets, cooking utensils, etc., behind them, Payne and party pursued them into the timbers, when their trail was lost through the darkness, thereby rendering further pur suit impossible. Payne and party then drove the captured animals down to the valley, aud afterward tracked two of the gang to one of the ranches, where they had obtained a small supply of "grub" and bad then struck out for the moun tains. None of the horses that were captured belong to the White River men the supposition being that they were stolen from parties near Reveille or Belmont. It is the intention of Payne's party to continue the search for the thieves who stole the horses from White River and should they succeed in cap turing them, Lincoln county will not be under the expense of trying them and turning them loose under the verdict of 'Xot Guilty." Since the foregoing, Payne, Riordan, and Lewis concluded to abandon pursuit of the horse thieves and departed the valley for White River with the captured animals. Although there ia nothing definite about it, still the supposition is that the gang has divided up into email iquada and left the State 1y different routes. A party of northern Indians, decked in alt the gorgeous paraphernalia of war, lately made a raid on Hiko for the pur. pose of bearing away the squaws of the Pahranagat Indiana, The raiders were defeated in the fight which ensue! and have departed for the Muddy. When the principal of the Hiko aca demy, with a solid chunok of calico seated at about an arm's length from him, stretches out his long leps for a siesta in the warm aunalitue that ia his idea of present bliss personified. A young man by the name of William Woods lost his way and was frozen to death uear Reveille during the late cold snap. Jteceipt is herewith acknowledged of a certificate of membership of the Sin Francisco Chronicle Literary Union. B; sending $2 to the Chronicle you get the paper for oue year and a certificate as above noted, which enables you to buy from a choice collection of books, music, etc., at GO per oont below oven the wholesale prices. Sirs. Ole Olsen, of Cedar street, in tends leaving this place for California in a few weeks. She has on hand a large and most complete assortment of new and fresh millenary goods, all of which, along with household furniture, etc. she will dispose of at public auction Full particulars will be given in next issue. What a shine he cut in Panaca on Sunday last, with his borrowed suit of clothes. He is very fond of telling of bis dangerous cattle steals and how he passed his leisure momenta in the Utah pen. We have reference to the "jail bird," as he is commonly called. No. 1 of volume 1 of the University Monthly, published by the students of the State University, at Reno, is at baud. Its literary maliter ii fresh and interesting. Subscription price 91 per year. Arthur Davis and John Lynch 'depart ed on Thursday last for Utah, the des tination of the former being the Cave mine, Bradshaw District, and the latter Tintic. May good luck attend the boyi Isn't it singular that some men, who are considered wise, will occasionally expose themselves by involuntarily un buttoning the lion -k in overcoat that covers them. "Oh, wouldn't I like to have a good solid board,'" said a yovng lady the other evening "'I would make the candle, presto, paw, change and it dis. appears." Dell Hncikraas has been indicted for murder in the second degree for the killing of Ketchivn. Dick Rich ia building a tine mansion in the town of Panaca that would mat; Jay Gould enviooa. Don't fail to attend the school echini tion on the night of the 31at inst. Silver van quoted at $0-PS on th 22b, MISCELLANEOUS. .NESBITT&BRO., MAIN HTHKKT, Pioche. - - - Nevada. WHOLESALE AND KBTAIL DKALXRB IV Groceries. Provisions General Merchandise. IMPORTERS or Wines, Iilctuor. Olcarai iinci Tobnocou enis' Furnishing Goods! Boots & Shoes In Great Variety and of the Drat Quality in mo maraet. 5 Large Stnrlc of Men's, Bots md Youths Hm. We vlah to Call Attention tnonr DRY GOODS and CLOTHING Departments, which an new Ailed With Mew Good. Borers will do well to rat) ami mam in our goodu before purchasing Plwwiii-r, Wo will sell as low an tu lovrt-Hl. NOTICE. To Knlson Gibpon, heirs or nVnefs, mvuer or owners, to one-nftb interest to toe Kitg hiher mine, eitntted In .larkrtlibit MirnuH Dis trict, Liocolo County, Rtate of Atrvnita, you at? eereoy nottnca taat ixit-ra see now uno irooi Ton tue sum or twenty ifMt aoutrn ou your torect in the shove nsjot-d uilnp, tor m,umt-ut work don e on utid mint fur tiie year lh6, which you are lioreby notified to isy ubuu'diRtely, to- gftner mud lue cobib oi tins aavrnneitienr, otherwise 1 shall claim forMuu ot yum In to rBt, m conformity with thw Acts of OnuHrea (Hection 6) approved Mar ltd li, IKl'i. All per nnaara cautioned spalDHt PuivJiaMiiif the bald interest from lha end MelBun UiUSoU, fcisheirb or aeeipneei, an they caouot under eiiatiug at- euniuiaiKea tiiftte a legal irsneier. Kua.ifci.1. rui.fi.Mi. Pioche. February 2C, 1H81. tajui L. MARROTTE, DENTIST, Wilt remain in Plochu a short time and tract i? Dentistry lu all its branrht'B. Plato worli marie to onier and repaired at short nntlre. All wora uiwauieuu . DR. II. K. MeCLELLASD. PHYSICIAN AID SURGEON. PIOCHE - - - - NEVADA. Notice to Creditors. TTl STATE OF D. A. F(fLKH. DEOKAHEi), Xj Notice is hereby given by t tv tmdt-mtKtied Jj-iBCiiUir of the Ittat ill of Ii. A. KulkH. do- awi, to the creditors of, and pJI r-ikohb usving claims against tu saiu uwhwp-o, -hi bit tlmm. with the ncccHHarv vouclMiie, Within urn months alter tho urnt puiiiciitn i mi notice, to th said l.xfcutor ai u. iiiucb oi hiinincsH,ln Woche, in toe county or wiicoi JJattri at fioi'u, f uuruary qui, itn. A.h. VliuWON. Ixecutor of the l.Ht Will and iWiawuit of D, A. Fulkti, deceased. . t-.JUW NOTICE TO CREDITORS. rtHTiTt! ftp .1AMKH A. VAlWttlUH, JJiv Xj OKAHKO. Notice U hereby kIvbo by the uuderBlguttd, H. J. wnsunwomi uu Hunv. AHminlHtraUim. of the folate oi Jamea A. Wadaworth, deoeaaod, to the creditor of aud to all persons nsvmg niauu. n" Rutta f uid dpoMMuvl. to exhibit Uifin with the nMassarr Touchcrt). wltnin teu mnnlha ftmp tlm nrnt tmuiiculioii ui mi to the said Admiulstiators at Pa. iaca.fi in the Oonnty of Lincoln. Dated reioruery m, iboi. n X wxDHWiikTH Aa JETER SNOW, AdmtnlHtrat ore of tfie IStHW of Jawus A. Wadswortb, deceastl. f!2-iuw Notice to Creditors. ESTATR OF ELIJAH WIU.IAMH, DK CEASKli. Notice is hereby given by the understgUied Kxeoutorof the lust will of Jfclijah WilltainB. docaaert, to iw itwhwik u, uu " persona bavLng claims agaliuit thn aald d ceased, to oj hibit tbean, with the nnfessary vouchers, wlJ.hin teu mouth aitr the first publication ojf this notice, to the said Ktet'Utor, at hlaofhiv Un Pioche, in tho county of I-iu-ooln, Del at PU iche, February Bib, JOHN tltlKDER. Eiflcutor or -thw lant Will and Testament of fill jab, Wlllil nifl, dflQeaaed. 1M0W IfllE loan 11v at home and make, more montiy at wort : for us, than at anyiou-K m thiawoi-ld. Cnpttal not needed; you are ,tM iwh utm' all sues. Any one can doth, work. Largo earnings Huwr f rom first start, Vtm tly outfit and terms free. Bettr nn oi... rv,. to .mi luithtna to Blld UH your addrew sod fiat 1 out ; if you are wise you will do ao at oncw. H. Haxusvi vo., rnw, ... All bis. f Colore Frlatlna: MISOEUABEODS. ALIAS SUMMONS, tito. 8. Hawycr. Plaintiff, th. Dinlrl Dry at4 hn Dry, Defendant. Actlun bruitabt in lha Matrict Court of the Blxtn Judkial Dlntrict of the State of Nevada, in and for the County of L.1U001D, ana ine com pi tint ntea id hio county uim uiuLti oi me ultra ui uia via trlct Court. l he Btato of Nevada ipods Oreetisg : To Daniel Drr and John Drv. nld defendant . You are hereby required to appear in an action brought aeaitut you by the above named plaint lit lu the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District of the State of Nevada, In and for the CotiDtyof Lincoln, and answer the complaint filed therein, within ten daya (exclusive of the day of wrvicej after the service on yon of title Summon, if served In said Oounty: or. If served out of said County, but within said Dis trict, within twenty days; and in all other casts iiTiy usya; or juaftiueni oy oeisuit win M taken against you, according to the prayer of said complaint. The stid action Is brought to recover s judg. mmt for the sun: of Five Hundred (IfiCui Dol- larH.poui coin, sri a balance due tor services Performed by aald Plaintiff as an attorney and counselor at law for you, at your especial in Htsnce and request. In attending to your Inter ests aa heirs of and to the Estate of Alexander try, deceased. And you are hereby notified, thai If you fail to appear and answer the said com plaint, as above required, the said plaintiff will take judgment for aald sum of WOO, gold coin, and i-onts of said action. tilven under my band and the seal of the Distriet Oourt of the Oth Judicial District of the State of seal Nevada, la and for the County of Lincoln, this Twentieth dsy of January, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight nun dreil and Mglity.aix. JnBJMOd U,y. GRAB, Clerk. The niui. V erar published. Kvsrs number iltutrated with uplendid engraving. This publioatlnn, furnUhea a roost valuable encyclopedia of infnrmattnn which no person should be without. The popularity of the St-TKimna Amebicam Is such ihit its cir culation nearly equal that of all other papers of it claw combined. Price, StS.aiayear, ltfacount tuClubH. Hjd by all newadealsra. M1JNN CO., PuUiBhma, ho. kl Broadnar, N. V. asp BS sv aa a Munn Ci, tian aaaawawaWBsasswawBi practice bi the Patent Otuoe, and bav nrsparsd mors than One Hundred Tnousj- ' and applications for patents id tot ruitedStstes and foreign countries. riMaata. Trade-IUrkfl. Cony right , ris Assignments, and all other papsrs for securing to inventors their rights in tbs United States, Canada, Kngland, France, Germany and other foreign countries, pr- Inlormation aa to obtaining patanta cheer fully given Wlinom ensrge. nu-uw w intorniotit.il efeiit free. Patents obtained turnueh Munn A Co. are noticed in tlm tscientinc Amiricau !r. The advantage of such notice 1 vei underwood by ail person vait nish to diipost 'iKSuW CO.. ok. scTnn. txitu:us, 361 Broadway, New loit, SUMMONS. TN TBE JUSTICE OODRT Of PIOCHK Tnwuflhlo. of the OoUQty of Lincoln, Stat. of Nevada: J. H. hec. Plaintiff, va. J. R. Duff, Defendant. Th. Stat of Nevada aeudfi greeting to J, R. Duff, defendant. iou are n-reoy Bmuuitiuiti w mnrmi me, at my ofuca in Pioche, in the County of Lincoln, on tha 9ftth day of April 1887, at 11 o'clock a. m., In an action brought against you by said plaintiff, to answer the complaint of th. above named plaintiff. Bald action Is brought to rwfover Jinuyment against yon iu tt u said plaintiff fur the sum of Fifty 160) Dollars gold coin, for mtdlcal atwiees rtndrl yon and on your request in IBM, as shown by tfa account filed In this action or Judgment will be taken against you for the said amount, together with costs of this suit It you fall to an. pt-ar and answer. To the Mueritror any uonsiaoif ui niuwumj, flreetlug: Slake legal service and due return thereof. fltvu under mf hand this "tn w ot atarcu, 18B7. A. A. YOUNU, A Justice of thereace orsaia riocne (owiwmp. Attest a true copy. K. D. TURNER, hrttr. The BUYERS' eiilDB to UmA .pt. rad UmwtU, 8 V, laekM,wUk tm 3 BOO UlMlntlni- whole Pletora Oallrry. G1VKS Wewle 1 PrleM dimet ta onwer mm all gaaeu r peraonsl or AtmUf vm. Tells kaw w order, u glw " rnxf thliiK you nee, Mt. me " here ttan with. The- III VA1.UABLJC IMMKH nula l.illo (leuud from the Dwrketa of the world- We IU m.U oopr VRKB to Bar dnu apoa reeelpt of lUet. to eWfrer .ip.nu of msUlail. let o. hear froa roB, Heeaeetrallir, MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. gT Oc 299 Waaua A.eaa. Caleaca, 1M. NOTICE. To J. 0. Lynch, heirs or assignees', owner or owners to three-fifth interest in the Kingfisher mine, situated in Jackrabblt Mining District, Lincoln Oounty, state of Nevada, you are hersby notified that tbexe are now due from ycu the sum of Sixty ($60) Dollars on your Interest in the above named mine, for aesejuuent work done on said mine for the year lttto, which you are hereby notified to pay Immediately, to gether with the coats oi this advertisement, otherwise I ball claim forfeiture of your in tererit, in conformity with the acta oi Congress (Section ft) approved May loth, 1873, All per sons are cautioned against porchaalng the aald interest from the aald J. O. Lynch, hla heirs or assignees, an they cannot under existing clt ctiiusuncea make a legal transfer. RUbmLL FULLER. Pioche, January 15, tn87. JanUUud MONEY? to be made. Cut this oat and re turn to us, and we will send you free, ftometning ox armi vaius ana imimrtaDM to vou. .that will start you in burtness which will bring you in more money tight away than anything alee in this world. Any one can do the work aud live at bomt. Either sex; all ages. Something Dev. that lust coins money for all workers. Wo will start you; capital not needed. This la on. of the genuine, important chance of a lifatlaae. Tnose who are ambition, and enterprising will not delay, tirand outfit free. Address Taci Ir Oo., Augusta, Maine. NOTICE. 1HAVE THIS DAY BOLD GUT MT ENTIRE bufuosfla to R. Hi-man, who will oolUct all bun due the firm aod pay all claims . against It. I. S7UAN. Pioche, Jeawy Vit, 1887.