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DEALKK IN STKAXOE PIETY. i ulu r Manifestations Occasioned ujr Religious Excitement LINCOLN COl'NTV MLVKK LBAGUK Am Appeal (a the Vutere or Lliict-In foanly In Behnlf of Silver. FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY, AND (fKNKHAL PRODUCE. Finest Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars Hiohist Cash Prick Paid fob Utah Produce. Salt Lake Bottled Beer, Sarsa parilU, Cream, Strawberry and Lemon Soda, at Wholesale and Retail. Low Rates and Free Delivery. Cround Floor, Thompson's Opera House, Main Street HIGHLAND BREWERY, MAX SCHAEFER, Proprietor. SUPERIOR IN MANY RESPECTS TO ANY IN TOWN. Made from New Fresh Malt and SOLD BY THE KEG OR BOTTLE At Prices within the reach of all. , The Brewery grounds at Highland furnish the best place in the vicinity for picnickers or for those desiring a pleasent drive out of town. Town Depot at Bob Martin's Saloon, where all Orders may be left. Pioche Weekly Record, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscribe for it and Send it to Your Friends Th xRAaonl" la the onlv newsoBDer publshed In South eastern .Nevada and represents the Interests of a Vast Section of Rich Mineral Country soon to be opened up by a line of railroad. POST : YOURSELF : ON : ITS : MINERAL : WEALTH. The XiOoal Departmetof the paper will reoelve partloulai tteantlon and Qh Mining news and Rrsourses ot this and adjacent mlueral distrlots will be full and complete. Meant;:- scemi Witnessed Among the s.mtttcrn Ncgroa-a During Their Be vlvala The ItfllKlous Servant Mowed with Ulstrilsl. Tliu different aspects of relig-iou ure . verse as the workings of the hu ;ia niiml. And there is no belief ad ... .-.!, no matter how absurd its doc i;,'S that will not find some votaries worship at its bhrine. The negro Christianity in the souin is a qucci jiiibination of ignorance, superstition . . ... i .i wilith una tuun. in a dubhi ui Ujlietsone finds only a small grain 01 ruth. In fact, it would seem they had a- tilled their former fetichism into a kind of heathen Christianity. As a matter of truth, a southern ne gro's piety has little inmience on ma everyday life. Some oi the Diggesi rogues and most immoral are mo iouu pr,t singers in the "meetin'," and no thonght of the incongruity of their lives ever strikes them. Perhaps the doctrine that prevails among them to a large extent induces this contrast; for many believe that "once in grace, al ways in arace." So a subsequent lapse into bin is not supposed to have any un fortunate consequences. Many southern housekeepers regard their servants' efforts at "gettin- iigion with horror. For. contrary to what ono would suppose, those who "belong terde church" are generally tne leasi reliable. And their methods of win ning salvation are anything but pleas ant. In the first place, they imagine that all conversions are the result of sudden revelation. In this revelation, which they call their " 'sperienco," thev are supposed to be transported out of the flesh and to visit, in the spirit, another world. All this takes place while the body la said to remain dor mant in a trance. On awakening, some tell marvelous tales of the sights they have seen, de scribing graphically the golden glories of the New Jerusalem and the cavern ous sulphur pits of hell. Others speak of familiar conversations with tne Saviour. And these tales, says the New York Advertiser, ludicrous as they gen- pm.Uv are. often border on the blas phemous. I ' Of course, one must accept tne reli gionist's word for ever having been in a trance at alL But evidently their over wrought nerves and the unnatural state of mania into which they woric vnem- selves contribute to render their hal lucinations a reality. Sometimes it really does happen that the negro, when worked up by a revival, faints from sheer exhaustion. Again, in their frenzy and shouting, they vio lently pound their brethren, and oc casionally this exalted state of piety leads to a "knock-down and drag-out fight. Some almost tear their clothing to pieces in their excitement To a northern reader this state of ig norance mav seem strange. Yet in the city of New Y ork there is a large class whose ignorance is as dense, ana wno need the missionary as much as their nogro brothers in the south. JOSLIN & PARK, JEWELERS. JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT. REGARDING ELEPHANTS. Gall on us for anything In the way of Fosters, Hand Bills, Programmes, Letter Hsads, Bill Heads, Business Cards, Shipping Tags, Envelopes, eto. Prices Low and Satisfaction Guaranteed- UmCt IN THE MASONtfi BUILDING, LACOUR Sl'RKKT.I Keraia St&gi & Transportation Co. V .... , t . From Eureka to Bj, Taylor and Pioche. Carrying the U. s. Mails and Veils. Farto & Co.'s Express. GOOD STOCK & QUICK TIME. Mages of thli lino leevo Pioche Monday tad frldays, arriving In Taylor in 36 honn. Leave Taylor for Pioeho Mondays and Fridays, ar riving at Pioche In Sfl hours. Fare from Piorhe Taylor or from Taylor to Plothe, 914. Itonnd i Trip, COO. I Tula Una oonneota wlthjltoe from Taylor to Eureka, and from Eureka to Taylor, which j runt dally. Tha bBt kind ot accomodation on j the toad and good mralarcnarvedat 60 cents par meal at home atatlona. i USE Xi JL laaUa .iMiMtaii Thry Don't JIave tha Story Book Kind of Love ror Their Keepers. "Talking of elephants, you read a good many fool stories about them," re marked Bui Newman, the veteran trainer at the Madison Square garden, to a New York Commercial reporter; "stories that don't go much on facts and a heap on fancy. "The principal one of them, the one you always see in the children's picture books, is that the elephant truly loves his keeper and will defend him at any cost. I've been training the' beasts for over twenty-two years, and in all that time I've met about five elephants that would fight for the man who took care of them. "Kindness helps in a way, but the only method to get and keep absolute control over those animals is to use the steel freely and for all it's worth. "Once you earn their respect you're safe as long as you choose to stay with them.but once let them doubt your abil ity to control and punish them and you'd better get your policy paid, for you'll never know when you'll be sent up the center pole by a stamp or a blow. Children are easy to bring up compared with elephants. With the former you can indulge In all sorts of moods, but with the latter you must preserve one tone at all tunes. "A trainer who varies the treatment of his charges rewards them when they ought to be punished, and vice versa, won't live long. The beast, unable to reason out what's expected of him, gets worried, and generally ends matters by laying out the gentleman wno a annoy' ing him. This you can lay down a standard rule: If you ever let an ele phant get away with a bluff, no matter how small it is, you're never safe with him after that. "Really bad -.elephants are few and the majority ot them have been made so by dishonest trainers. These men teach one particular animal in their care to attack everyone but themselves, and thus heighten their own value and win reputations for their valor in bossing an elephant that everybody is afraid ol. "Do I think that I will be killed in harness? Well, I haven't given much thought to that A dozen elephants have tried to settle me so far, but fooled them all, and it'll take a pretty smart one to corner me." TEA. It is the Best PACKAGE TEA in the Market. THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT I " 1LK ur -iv&.NOa.otic.t, Yankee Thrift. It doesn't take the enterprising Yankee long to adapt himself to changed conditions. Kittery, Me., has an old resident who has long been famed as a sculptor of figureheads for vessels, and his work is known in near ly every port In the world. Unfortu nately, however, there are styles in ship ornamentation lust the same as in bon nets and gowns, and figureheads are no longer "the things" for vessels. That meant want of work for the Kittery Nculptor. Now, did he sit him dow and bewail his misfortune? Not at all. llf did u little hustling, and now has oontraet for furnishing idols and graven images for the heathen of Central Asia which it will take him two years to com plfitc. - , The following address has been put forth by the Lincoln County Silver League and a copy sent to every voter in the county. The League ia doing good work in behalf of the white metal and its members feel confident that success will crown their effort: Pursuant to a call from u number of cttizens, a mass meeting was held at the Court-house at Pioche, April 4, 1892, to form an organization to politically ad vance tho cause of silver. Those who assembled deemed It advisable to form. said organization : First Because the money power of these United States rests in the hands of a few men who are in favor of a single gold standard of money valuation, and by controlling the finances of our coun try upon tho basis of a single gold stan dard of money valuation, do monopolize and control illegally and unrightfully the financial affairs of this nation and this nation's people, to their own per sonal profit, thereby oppressing and subjugating the former, the planter, the miner, the mechanic and the laboring and producing classes generally. Second'--Because the act of 1873 which demonetized silver was surrcp titously passed through Congress by these monopolists and bondholders with tha aid of unscrupulous legislators, whose eye were blinded, and who in turn have tried to blind the eyes of the people to the disastrous effect caused by tbe passage of said act, that certain bonds issued by our national govern ment to meet the exigencies of an ex pensive civil war, npon which the inter est was payable in gold, might become more valuable bocauso of the demonet ization of silver and the Adoption of the single gold standard. Third Because the passage of said act of demonetization has caused a stop page in tbe wheels of industry through out this nation. It has caused our fur mers and planters to loso one-third of the value of their crops each year sinco the passage of said infamous act. Iv has caused our mines to bo shut down and the population of Nevada to decrease to an alarming extent. It is gradually causing a paralization and stagnation of business throughout our State and a re duction in the rate of wages paid to those who labor for a livelihood through out the land. It has caused the principal business of the country to fall into the hands of these few monopolists and stock speculators, who in their turn are but the tools of the money kings of Eng land, and has everywhere degraded and enslaved labor, and has caused and ia causing distress and financial ruin ex cept in the matter of tho bondholders themselves, who have amassed collosal fortunes at the expense of our ruin Fourth Because both the Republican and Democratic parties have refused to take any practical stops looking to a remonetization of silver and a righting of this outrageous wrong, and to wiping out this most infamously criminal law, as they could and should do in our halls of Congress. Yet the fear of party de feat at ihe hands of these monopolists causes both Republican and Democratic parties to cater to their wishes and still oppress the people, though a majority of the people of this nation be in favor the free aud unlimited coinage of silvei. Fifth Because we believe that by united actiou upou our part as tho friends of silver we can secure the passage of a law providing for the free and unlimited coinage of silver, we deem it our duty as citizens of the United States, as the fathers of families, as the carers for and protectors of the aged and infirm, the weak and helpless, as the patrons of labor, as the lovers of truth, of right and of justice, to arise and demand free and unlimited coinage of silvor; and to do this we must organize into one body, that our concerted action may have the more weight and force, and that our streneth and power may be shown and felt, and that we may more properly as sert the rights and make known tha will of a majority of tbe people. Now, therefore, wo do earnestly so licit your co-operation in this matter, and would bo most pleased to receive your name as a member of the " Lin coln County Silver League, " undor the following . plEdoi : This League being organized for the purpose of securing the remonetization of 8ilve-rjy the federal uovtrnment. and believing that such remonetization is paramount to all other political issues, pledges itself, and each of its members pledges himself, to oppose by all legitt mate means the election of any man to any office, National, State or County, or the election of any delegate to any con vention for the nomination of candidates for office, who is not an avowed frieud to the free and unlimited cninago of silver, aad the nominees of any conven tion whose platform does not demand tnch free and unlimited coinage ol silver. All persons may become members of this League by subscribing to tha above pledge. ; Should you send ua your nanio as a member, we will, from time to time, send you proceedings of meetings as they sre held, and would be pleased to receive at any and all times any sugges tions that you may have to offer that will tend to assist our cause. Very aespectfullv, Lincoln County Savin Leaous. Per W. L. Coo, Secretary. 170-172 Miin St. S4i Lake City, Utah. WATCH REPAIRING A SPFXTALTY. GUlMltfMGTOrtf'S EL EPHsLY T S TOME. Miners Outfitting Depot Headquarters for all itnda of MINERS SUPPLIES -ANB- FAMILY GROCERIES. 4l c.a.t. drat South otretit. r Kpclal attention paid to Hall Orders. P. !. Box, UOS, 8 ALT LAKE CITY. PATENT H0TI0ES. Established paywr track SsMJr1 Marks, 'mi designs. ;opyrioht& Warlva ip.clil attnvUon to oauiralaotad laatbar dull, alM to latorbrruiKl. Mluata. traia- marlu, tho preparation or opiulon at to lnfrlDKomaal, cops and TUlidltT of putanto. and tho protecation and dofenu of tuttt tor lnfrlngemint. Our book otiutrao tloni, terms, roferencea, etc.. Bent frao. EDMON ItKOTHICKH, Equitable Building-, 1003 F St., Washington, D. C. evaSsna three stamps tor postage oa handsome Ulat trated booklet. " Inventive proBress " poblliher'sprtca SO cents, and oar qaarto-centeonial pampblat nr la Viators, manafactarrrs and patentees. (Mention this paper.) Application for a Patent So. 074. UiTKDbTATraLAn t rrica, Eu ik... hivada Jul) 8, l9t NOT10E 18 UtltEbV (JlVKN THAT n.K Ptoche GcDKOlldated Mining and lUUue- tlun OiUipariy. hs iiftO.u'lioriiG'-rt acut, riuuinfl j T. Uodt, whose pofcloltirn wlftrefca 1 ('hx.-iir, I Liut-f.iii cjuuiy, ?tut of Nevai'.a. nan lul- ity fllid H stiiilU-atiun ur die thou-al il (-ur huiidrrd ana ialitjrfitht tlsss) iitu-ar ft i l tlWKHhcntla." lulu or loue btan'g ilvr. wl h surface ground two bundn-d (!leu) feel in width aituated in Ely Mining D. strict, Cuuntr of Lincoln, State of Nevada, and designated by the field tirtfS aud oflii-isl plat cm Hie In tbi ofhee aa lot No 41 in township No. 1. N ranf:e 61 E of Mount Diablo Base and Meridian; aal i lot No. 44 being described aa follows, lo.wit : Beginning at a post marked Post Xo 1 V 8urvey No 44, whence tne mouth of the Mor gan tannel bearaIN TO drgreea 6'i nilnuws, 600 feet, and thence runnlpg, 1st court. H degreeaai minutes, W 'M lt to post Soil Survey No 44; tbence, 2nd course, N P4 di-grre 38 minutes E 1488 feet to post No 1 1' S Survey No 44, whence U bi Minoral Monument bears 8 65 degreea 11 minutes, W tw.i 'mi and the aectlf n corner common to sections '20, 21, 28 aud 29, Tp I KB 67 , btiara 8 19 degce BO minutes. B 19O0 8 feet; thtnee, 3rd course, N !9 degraea 45 minutes. to pest NnlUH survey So 44; thence 8 81 degrees 38 minutes w to post Mo I, at the place of beginning. Containing 6 77 acres. Oourata expressed front tbe true tueitiliau with a magnetic variation of Id degreea and 6S mlnntea east, Tna nearest known locationa are the bun thine, War Eagle and Abe 1 incoln lrde min ing claima. Any end ell persona claiming adversely su portion of aald Estebtial mine or aurlac ground aro required to file thtlr idverse cla im lth tl.e Regiater of Ihe Lulled Biatea Land Office at s.ureka, Id the Htate of Nevada, curing tbe period of publication hereof, or they will be I krrud by virtue or tho pr- vision of tie tutus. 4. r. nuKiiiS. ueKister. It la hereby ordered that tha foregoing no tice of application for patent be published in tha Plocue ttaoi bd. a eehly newspaper put). Hatted at Pioche, Lincoln t-ouuty, Nevada, for tbe period of sixty days (ten conxecutlte weeks. J. p. DUP.HLK, Urglster. WE TELL THE TRUTH about Seeds. We will send you Free our Seed Annual tor 1592, wnicn tens THE WHOLE TRUTH. We illustrate and give prices in this Catalogue, which Is handsomer than ever. It tells NOTHING BUT THE m ' 1 I irt 1 Write for it to-day. 1 III D.M.FERRY 4. CO., Detroit, Mich id 1H1 B. G. feUHOrXELD PIOCHX, NEVADA. AS Watchmaker, Jeweler and Engraver. Terms: Strictly CASH to everyone Branch office at Dooleya Dry Oooda store. Vioche Water Co's Office l ower Main atreet. Application for a Patt-nt re, ust. Chtted viATaa Lam omn. . f areka, Nevscs. August 24, 11-91 NU'Ji'JE IS HEhKBY OlVMi TDATIBK Pluche Oonaoitd.ted Mining and Reduc tion company, by ita antboriKen Agent, bsm. uol T. Godbis whos pogt.offlce address la Pioche, Lincoln county. State of N evada, has thia day died application for fifteen hundred t louv) feet ot the bet 10 vein, lore ot aoposit beailug ailver, toge. her with surface ground two hundred 1200) feet In vrid h lor the con venient working thereof, altnaitd In Ely Mln ing Dlstrlot, County of Lincoln and btata of Nevads. ana designated by tt e held not s and official plat on Uie in this om e. as txit a Township No. 1 north of rango No. 6t asst. atonnt tiianio tsaae aca meridian. 'ine exter ior boundarlei ot said lot Bo. 60 being as fol lows to-wll: Beginning at a boat marked No. 1. TJ. S Sur vey No. 60 on tha aouthern aide of the Patiac- ker Lode claim, u. a. Burvoy No. BV, tbence running 1st coarse north 11 degreea U7 min utes east, 620 leet to post No. 9, U, 8 Survey No. 60, at the northwest corner of U. 8. Sur vey No. 49, Zero Lode claim, whenca tho cor ner common to sections 23,33, Stand 97 cf Township I north of range 67 east bears south 88 degreea 68 minutes eaat, 35P6 feet and Wheeler'a Monument bears north 69 degreea and 21) minutes east, 3516 3-10 feet; thenci-3i d course, aouth 81 degrees aud 84 minutes east, 980 feet along the southwest aide line of U. 8. Survey No. 49, Zero Lode claim, to poat No. 3, D.H Survey No 60; thence 3d ooitriw, south 19 degreea and 46 mluutea west, 368 feet to poet No. 4, D. S, Survey No. CO; thence 41 h course north 31 degreea and 31 minutes west, 980 feet to post No. 6, II, B. Survey No 60; thence 6th course, aouth 71 degrees 07 mlnntea west, (30 feet to poat Mo. 6, IJ. x. Suivey No, CO: tbence 0th course, north. 19 degrees 46 n ln- utes eeat, 149 4-10 feet to tbe center Une.whecce tbe discover? snart Dears conn 11 degress, in minutes eaat 630 feet; 366 feet to poet No. 1st tba place of beginning. Containing 6 88-U0 acrea. The courses are expressed from tee true mer ldan, wl'h a magnetic variation of 16 deereea, 65 minutes eaat. Tha neareat kuown cUlma are the Pacacker lodo claim, II. H, burvey No. 89 on the norm, and tba Zsro lode o aim, u Hurvev aio. 49 un tbe northeast. id and all neraona claiming adversely any portion of said t-cirio aline or aurfaoe ground, are required to file tbe-r adverse claims with the Register oftUo United Btatta land office at Eureka.in the rtate of Kevsda.dur- lng the aixty days period of publlcationhrouf , or tney win ne narrea oy virtue or tne pru visions of tha Statute. J. P. LJNKLK. Register. It Is hereby ordered that tha foregoing notice of application for patent, be published the period of slits days, ten consecutive weeks.lntbe Piocnu Racoon, a weekly news paper publlabnd at Pioche, Lincoln Count Nevada. 1. P. DUNKI.E, Register, THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE l i a newspaper devoted to the best iutereats ot tin Western slop, end particularly to the devel opment of the luUirmountaln country. For advertising purposes Inoomparably tha beat paper between San Franoiaoo and Duuvar Daily, 38S laanea per yr, 13.00 Weekly. IS pp. OS eoh, par yr... 8.00 Weekly, aix montlia, 1 SO Weekly, three montha 75 Addrau. THE T JflBTJNK, Salt Lax a City, Cta. A New Typewriter! THE INTERNATIONAL. Notice of Forfeiture' tVO JOSUtWA. CLARE AND RU88KL Ft'L 1 LEB, Yo'OB ORAN1EE8, ASSIGN, heirs, exerutora. or administrator and all parlies clsiming under, from, by or through tbem. You are hereby notified that the undeftdgLtd. cc-ownar with you In the mining claim kuown aa the "King Fisher," mine, situated in Jack rabbit Mining distrlot, Coun y cf Lincoln, state of Nevada, has performed tha work atd made tho expendllurea on the aaid minir,g claim, required by section 3324 of tbe Kovlsed Ststutea 01 tha Unitei States, to hold the ame tor the years 1888, 1889, 1890, and 1891, and the amount due from you, your ttenteea, aaslgns, oradmlnlatrattr, eto., on account o( such ei teudlturea on aald mining oLilm are aa fol. Iowa: Joseph A. Clark Twenty all 66 100 (136 66 100) dollars Husael Fuller-Thlrtee.nl 88-100 (tl3.S3-100) dollare. And If within nlnaty'days after the pulllna tlen of this uotloe, you fell or refuse to eon tribute your aald proportion of aucb expendi ture a co-owner, your Interest In said rlalm will become tha property 'jot tha tub orlher under laid section 3324. JA8. McrAIiDUN. Pioche, P ev Feb. llth,1893. 5-e-i 3U:cr:taiifta7ttef 1 NOTICE. ALL BILLS AGAINST TBI PIOCBK CON aolldatad kilning and Reduction Co. must bo preaantad for payment on the first of the month. All bill not so presented will be laid over 1111 the month following. JOHN 0. KAMF.a, Manager. Patad Ptoohe, Nov., June 34, im. t 4a, 1 t r f A Htrictly first clasa machine. Fully warrented. Made from the very beat ma terial, by ekilled workman, and with the beat tooli that have over been deviled for the Duroose. Warranted to do all that can be reasonabl". expected of the very beat tytwwriter extant. Capable of writing 150 word a per minute or more according to the ability of the operator, A machine that will manifold more than doable the number of sheets than any other typewriter without fleeting the alignment 10 any reapect, aa on this machine the alignment ia inaeatructable. Price, - $100.00. If there is no ageot in yonr town, ad dress ua on the aumect, aa we are more liberal with nnr agents than any other Com pany lo our line. taitid Typsffriting Cc , ' 2 p... San., j)OSton) Mass AENT WANTHB. Notice of Forfeiture. TO CARLES HeLEOU.HIS ORASTEW, AS algna, beira, axecutora or administrator, aud all p.rtlea claiming under, from, by or through him: louara hereby notified that tha undersigned, so owner with you in tbe mining claim km-wn a the "Mendha No. ," situated in Highland MlBloa dlstrlot, Oueoty of Llnoola. Bute of Navadl baa nerformed the work aud mails tho Mnuiiinu, nn ,v,a ,al,l mining claim, re- quired ny aecnoa aoaa 01 un . -- of tha Tnlted Statea, to hold tha aame for tbe year 1891. and tha amount aue iroiu jv, j, grantees aasigne or adm!nletretcr.eto.(on ao eoni.t ot tuch axpendlturaa on aald mlnU.g cla m 1 tna sum 01 ntiy t" wi " ;- And II wlthlo ninety daya after the publica tion of tbla notice, you fail or refuaatocoo tribute your aald proportion of such expendi ture aa oe owner, your Interest in aaid olalma will become tha property 01 tne muwiiutt under aaid section 3S34. I'ANIEL B BAKER. Ploohe, HeV Jan. T, 1893. Notice of Forfeiture. TO FRANK BOTf.AND.HIS QRANTERS, As signs, balrs, executors, or administrator and all p.rtlea claiming under, from, by or thr,sgb him: 10a are hereby notified that the undersigned, co-owner with yon in tbe 0 lnlng claim known aa the "Oolden Gala," being the weat extension of tba "Wall St.," aituated la El I'orado Min ing district, County of Lincoln, State of Nevada has performed the work and made tha expennl turea on toe aald mining rlalm, ri quired by aectlon 9334 of the Revised Statutes of the Unf. ted States, to hold tha aame lor Ihe years 1890 and 1891. and the amount due from you, jour grantees, aaslgna or administrator, etc., on account of inch expenditures on aaid mining claim la the sum or ona hundred liuo bcBooLi i.tir, An Aot tt ? sule-l t'lllldren te Attenel arl.eol. $ ved February 45, 18:3, 79. hKO. 1. Every parent, miardiac 01 other person in the State of Nevada having control aud rhuige of a child of children Ik tweeli the Hges of eight and (ointi-i u yeaiH, hIjuII be required to send siuli child or children to a jiublio action fur a period of el (east aixieen weekn in utt'h school year, ut least eight weeks ot which bliHll be consecutive, utiles such liild or children are exe-UHed fi-orxi Mich attelidaiiee Ly the lioaid of fit-hoc Trustees of the school district in which such parents or guardians reside, upon its being shown to their satisfaction tha the bodily or mental condition of sua child or children has been such as to prevent his, her, or their attendance at school, or application to study, for the period required, or that such child or children are taught in a private school or at home, in such branches aa are us ually taught iu a primary school, or have already acquired the ordinary branches of learning taught in the publio school; provided, in case a publio Bchool ahull not be taught for the period of sixteen weeks, or any part thereof, during the year, within twtf'niilo, by the nearest traveled road, of the rasidonce of an person within the school district, he or she shall not be liable to the provisions of this Act. Sec. 2. It shall bo the duty of the Board of School Trustees of each school distrkt in this State, on or before the first Monduy iu September in each year, to furnish the principal of each public school taught iu such district with a list of all children, resident in the school district, between the ages of eight and fourteen years; said list to be taken from the report of the School Census Marshal. At the beginning of each school month theteafter it shall be the duty of the principal of each school in such district to report to the Board of School Trustees of such district the names of all children attending schoo during the previous school month; when. it it sin U appear, at the expiration of four school months, to the Board of School Trustees, that any parent, guard ian, or other person having charge or control of any child or children, shall have failed to comply with the provis ions of this Act, tho board shall causa demand to be made upon such parent, guardian, or other person, for the amount of penalty hereafter provided when, if such parent, guardian, or other person shall neglect or refuse to pay the game within five days after the making of said demand, the board shall com mence proceedings in the name of the school district for the recovery of tha fine hereinafter provided, before any . Justice of the - Peace in the town ship In . which aaid school dis trict is located; or, if there shall be Bo Justice of tho Peace therein, then before the nearest Justice of the Peace in the county. - Sec. 3. Any parent, guardian, or other person having control or charge of any child or children, failing to comply with the provisions of this Act, shall be liable to a fine of not less than fifty dol lars nor more than one hundred dollars for the first offense, nor less than one hundred dollars nor more than two hun dred dollars for the second and each sub sequent offense, besides the costs of collection. Sbo.4. Whenever it shall appear, to the satisfaction of the Board of Bchool Trus tees of any school district in this state, that the parents, guardians, or other peiDons haying control or charge of any child or children in attendance upon the publio school ef said district, in accord ance with the provisions of this Act, are unable to procure suitable books, sta tionery, etc, for such child or children it shall be the duty of such board to pro cure, or cause to be procured, for such child or children, all necessary books, stationary, etc., the same to be paid for out of the fund of said school district, in the aame way that other claims against the school district are now al lowed and paid; provided, that all books, stationery, eto., purchased under the provisions of thiB Act, 'shall' be deemed to be the property of the school district, to bs under tho care and control of the School TrUBtees when not in actual use. 81a. 6. AU fines collected under the provisions of this Act shall be paid Into he oounty - treasury on account of tha state school fund. . - 8so.t3. It 'Shall be the duty of tbs County Superintendent of Public Schools n each county in this stato to eause this w to be published in some newspaper in his county, if any there be, four con secutive times, annually, for period of wo year", the expense of such publica tion to be allowed and paid out of tbs general school fund of the county. Tbs Board of School Trustees in each school district shall cause to be posted annu ally, for s period of two years, in three publio places in their district, notices ol tbe rsquiiements ani penalties of thb law. lara. dol. And If wlthlo ninety daya after the publica tion of this notice, you fail or refuse to con tribute yoor said proportion of such expendl tnre aa co-owner, your Intereat In aald claim will become the property of the subscriber under aald seotion 3314. H. McOORMICI. 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