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-DEALER IN FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY, AND GENERAL PRODUCE. CURIOUS PEOPLE. Some of the Peculiar Traits of the Natives of" Brazil. A Country Where the Merchants Are Too Lmiy to Wait on Customer sad the Women f ritter Away Their Time In Ooselplng-. :0:- Finest Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars Blount Cash Pmck Paid foe Utah Pboduci. Slt Lake Bottled Beer, Sarsa parille, Cretin, Strawberry and Lemon Soda, at Wholesale and Retail. Low Ratea and Free Delivery. Cround Floor, Thompson's Opera House, Main Street HIGHLAND BREWERY, MAX SCHAEFER, - Proprietor. ILJtL&mm, MB E JEM SUPERIOR IN MANY RESPECTS TO ANY IN TOWN. Made from New Fresh Malt and SOLD BY THE KEG OR BOTTLE At Prloea 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 The "Reoord" Is the only newspaper 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. fOST : YOURSELF : ON : ITS : MINERAL : WEALTH. The Looal Departmet of the paper will reoelve partloulaz tteantlon and n n mining news ana tie Bourses 01 this and adjacent mineral dlstrlots will be full and complete. JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT. Call on us for anything In the way of Fosters, Band Bills, Programmes, Letter Heads, Bin Heads, Business Cards, Shipping Tags, envelopes, eto. LINCOLN COUr.TV MLVKB LEAGUE Am Appeal so l he Vetera ot 1.1 eel n Cesmty In Behalf ot Silver Next to indolence, the most impres sive trait of Brazilian character is mor bid curiosity, and it is that which keeps him continually out of doors, peram bulating a regular beat, like a police man, and which sends him to the sta tion every morning when the tram departs for Rio and every evening whou it returns, writes Fannie li. Ward, to the Chicago Tribune. Walk along any street in Brazil, at any time of day, and you will observe that nearly every win dow is decorated with female neaas ana shoulders hanging over the sills, while their owners chatter with one another and minutely inspect all passers by evidently quite as willing to be seen as to see. Not only do women of. tne lower classes spend most of their waking hours in this way, but the habit is universal probably the nat ural outcome of the national charac teristic of morbid curiosity, enhanced by the Latin notion that for females a little learning is a dangerous thing," that reading is not good for them, and that work of every kind should be left entirely to the servant.?. Thus, ladies of upper tendom have not even the care of their own children to occupy their thoughts, and society or dains that they must not walk abroad unless accompanied by some male relative. Therefore, without resources themselves or cultivated tastes to gratify nothing in the world to do but to eat, sleep and look as pretty as na ture will allow the poor things arc driven to pass much of their useless lives lounging in balconies and hanging out of windows. The only alternative is religion and music, and in both dis tractions they indulge to excess without going very deeply into the whys and wherefores. Day after day, years in and out, one may hear them strumming over and over again the same lightest French, Spanish and Portuguese operas, until the wonder grows that in crowded communities the windows and doors being always open the neighbors are not driven stark, staring mad; as, perhaps, they would bo were not tho noise partially drowned by that they are making themselves the same airs being continually rattled on every piano all up and down the street. Shopping in Brazil Is by no means the pleasant occupation one may find in New York. Everywhere ih this coun try you will find the merchants block ing their own doorways, even during the busiest hours of the day, by stand ing in them, gazing into the street not because they expect anything to hap penbut merely from an overweening desire to see what other people arc do ing, the same instinct which impels them at the theater to turn their back upon the high-priced performance and spend the time staring at each other. If you insist upon buying something and suc ceed in pinning the unwilling shop keeper behind his counter, you cannot infuse into him any apparent interest either in your business or his. He treats you with an air that plainly says your patronage is nothing to him. In reply to your inquiry for some desired article he is quite as likely to say he has it not, though it may be in plain sight, and should you point it out he will smile and elevate his eyebrows, as if to say: "What persistent bores these foreigners are." Or, perhaps, if you ask lor a particular thing he will direct you to the case or drawer wncre it ougnt v De and leave you to search for yourself, while he hurries back to his street-gazing and gossiping. No matter how much or how frequently you buy there is never any discount, and if you object to an extortionate price the merchant smiles politely, shrugs his shoulders and turns his entire attention to tho cigarette he has all the time been smok ing, as if glad to be rid of you on any terms. And then it is so exasperating to take a long walk in the broiling sun, to find the shops all closed, as they are about two-thirds of the time (al ways excepting Sundays), because it happens to be some saint's day or natrlotic anniversary, or because the alleged business hours have not begun, ormavbe they are over for that day, though tho streets are yet thronged with possible customers. JOSLIN & PARK, JEWELERS. PATENT BOTIOES. Prices Low and Satisfaction Guaranteed- OFFICII IS TBI MaBOmO BUILDIHQ. tiOOOB iTBlfcT. foiii SUp I TriujsrUiioa Co. From Eureka to Ely, Taylor and Me. CottHi tlie 0. S. Mail, and Wells. Farm & Co.'s Express. 000 STOCK & QUICK TIME. at Ola Uaaleave Pieche Mondays and FrMeje, arriving la Taylor lo M hours. Leave (let let Moehe Mondays and Fridays, at- rtvtttg at fioobe la M boars. Fevre tnm IMecke te Taylor er fretm TrWr 'te Pleeae, aia. Reaad Trip, WO. Tata Una eoonecte withjlln. from Taylor lo tanks, aad from Sareka te Taylor, which rant daily. The beet klad of aeoomodatlon on the road lad good mMlsareerved:at M oeata yat aaaal at boat stations. THROUGH Br DAY LIGHT USE MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Nearly All H521i fc i v . IB".... 4 I tkw- -ev '-r. X'V It -:o: TEA. It is the Best PACKAGE TEA in the Market. :0:- FOB faLB BY LK.bINOaOCEBa) or Them Are of Extremely Ancient Origin. Apollo was the old god of music, and his favorite instrument, the lyre, was invented by Mercury. When tho latter was four hours old he found the shell of a tortoise and made it into a lyre with nine strings, in honor of tho nine muses. This instrument Mercury pnve V Apollo, who became a wonderful play er upon it. J lie lyre was useu oy mo Greeks iu olden times, and from it was fashioned the harp. The oUl-timo viol was the first instru ment of its kind, and furninhed the plan for the modern violin, which. however, is several hundred years old. it is saiil that Charles II. introduced it into Eng land. One of the finest makers of vio lins was Stradivarius, of Cremona, v, i- existed in the early part of the chl.L- eenth century. Violins muriu by hii.i are worth thousands of dollars now. The harp was King David's favoriUi in-' strumeut. The harp was ui.eil ly i'c Welsh and Saxons, and also by tV ir cient people of Ireland. One of the vh -est harps in existence if, in tho Oul!i college museum, und originally be longed to Brian BoroihKni, king of Ire land. Money In Violets. Violets cut no mean figure in the trade of New York, and In seasons when they escape disease they are highly profitable to the growers. One florist, whose greenhouses are just on the edge of the city, picked from twenty-five dol lars' to thirty dollars' worth of violets weekly all through the winter, al though the plants occupied a compara tively small area. The cost of picking is little or nothing, and a skillful picker, acquainted with the nature of the plant, can cull so that the fertility of 'he plants shall be vastly increased. The following address has been pot forth by the Liocoln County Silver League and a copy sent to every voter in the county. The League iu doing good work in behalf of the white metal and its members feel confident that success will crown their efforts: Pursuant to a call from a numberof cttizens, a mass meeting was held at the Court-house at Pioche, April i, 1892, to form an organization to politically ad vance the cause of silver. Those wbo 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 the basis of a single gold stan dard of money valuation, do monopolize and control illegally and unrightlully the financial affairs of this nation and this nation's people, to their own per sonal profit, thereby oppressing and subjugating the farmer, the planter, the miner, the mechanic and the laboring and producing classes generally. Second Because the act of 1873 which demonetized silver was surrep titously passed through Congress by these monopolists and bondholders with the aid of unscrupulous legislators, whose eyes were blinded, and who in turn have tried to blind the eyes of the people to the disastrous effect caused by the passage of said act, that certain bonds issued by our national govern ment to meet the exigencies of an ex pensive civil war, upon which the inter est was payable in gold, might become more valuable because of the demonet ization of silver aud the adoption of the single gold standard. Third Because the passage of said act of demonetization has caused a stop page in the wheels of industry through out this nation. It has caused our far mers and planters to lose one-third of the value of their crops each year since the passage of said infamous act. I" has caused our mines, to be 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 ot 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 is causing distress and financial ruin ex cept in the matter of the bondholders themselves, who have amassed collosal ortunes at the ex pense of our ruin. Fourth Because both the Republican and Democratic parties have refused to take any practical steps looking to a rmonetlzation 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, let the fear of party de feat at the hands of these monopolists causes both Bepublican aud Democratic parties to cater to their wishes and still oppress the people, though a majority of the people of this nation be in favor of the free aud unlimited coinage of silvei. Fifth Because we believe that by united action upon our part as the friends of silver we can secure the passage of 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 ot truth , of right and of justice, to arise and demand free and unlimited coinage of silver; and to do this we must organize into one body, that our concerted action may have the more weight and force, and that our strength 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 ot the people. Now, therefore, we do earnestly so licit your co-operation in this matter, and would be most pleased to receive your name as a member of the " Lin coln County Silver League," under the following V- pledge: 170-172 Main Si. Sail Lake City, Utah. WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. CUXglfflNGTOIVr'S ELEPHANT STORE. Miners Outfitting Depot Headquarters for all kinds of MINERS SUPPLIES AND FAMILY GROCERIES. 31 Kaat, First South Mreet. tf Special attention paid to Mall Ordors. P. O. Box, 116(1, SALT LAKE CITY. ESTABLISHED Caveats. Labels. Trade Marks. ' 05S1GM5. Copyrights. W flvs iptelal auer.tlM. to r.erMt.d in other Andf. alio to lntrftne!.ct;t, ipp.'ftt, relssie., trftdo arkf. tho preparation -f oun;.;n a. to Infringement, cope and Tlltdtty of pat?nB, and the prosecution and detente ot ouita for Infrlniantwt. Oar Sook of Inttruo tlone. tonne, reference!, eto. , t:usf. EDUON BKOTHKlW.Fr. uiluble nulMlng, 1003 F St., Vfiliiii.'toii, It. C. dSend throe Itampe far twi! :t e- hindsorae tlVos tratod booklet, " Inventive Pr"-'.'i.V publtahf r'e prioo SB eontl, and our quart-cov.M--.i.il paupnlet for in toll till I. UDUtactorere and patea'tct. (Mealtaa taia .ar.) Applicationf or a Patent tio.74. fj SITED 8T4Tt LaMI CmcS. Euu k, Nevada, Jul g, It 91 NOTICE IB HIREBY GIVEN THAT TBE Pioche Conw-.lia.tnl llmins and Reduc tion Cumpai y, by its au borizpd agt-ut, Samuel T. Oodue, ivliuee postnRico ailont-8 ie I'lorhe, Lincoln county, :-tato of Nevada, baa this day filed lis application let one llioueei d four hundred and elphty-oipht U en) linear ftct vt the"Efleutia:" mine or lode bearing (liver, wi h surface ground ttco hundred (20U) fet.-t In width situated in Ely Mining DiBtr.ct, County ot Lincoln, Stale of Nevada, and designated by the Held nofe-a and official plat on file in thla ot"c as lot No 44 In tounshtp No 1, N range 67 E of Monut Diablo ElM aud MerldUn; said lot No. 44 being described as follows, to. wit: Beginning at t post marked Post No 1 U 8 Survey No 44, whence tnt mouth of the Bor gan tinnel bears,N 70 degrees (2 mlnutei. E BOO feet, endtheiice running, 1st course, 8 39 drgrei s 45 minutes, W 2X1 teet to post No i U 8 Survey !o 44; tlieuce, 2nd couree, N 84 degrees SS minutes K 148a feet to port No 8 U 8 Survey No 44, wbenc- U 0 Mineral Monument bears S 65 degrees II minutes, W 669.2 set and the sect! n corner common to sections 20, 21, 2ft andlS.Tp 1 Ml 67 E, bears 8 19 deg-ee 6u minutes, B 1900 8 fee:; th nee, 3rd course, N 99 degtaes 46 minuies. !, to cost Nod C 8 uivey No 44; thence 81 degrees 88 minutes W to post No 1, at the place of beginning. Containing 6 77 acres. Coursts i-ipreestd from the true meridian with s ma netto variation of 16 degrees and 65 minutes east. 'Ihe nearest known locations are the Sun shine, War Engte and Abe Lincoln lode min lug claims. Any .nd ell perrons claiming adversely an poition of said Eseel.tUI mine or surlac ground are required to file their t dverte cla iin - 1th the BeM'ater of the United Slates Land Office at l ureka. to the Stale of Nevada, during the period of publication here. f. or the? will be barred by virtue of the pr. vielon of the aiaiuio. rf. a-. iunai,a. negisic-r. . ' It is hereby ordered that the foregoiDg no tice of application for patent be published in tho Pioche Itroi BD, a weekly newspaper pub lished at Pioche, Lincoln county, Nevada, for the period of siity days (ten consecutive weeks. i. P. DUNULK, Beglster. Application for a Patent .- MB. WE TELL THE TRUTH about Seeds. We will scr.J you Free our Seed Annual for 1892, which tells THE WHOLE TRUTH. We Illustrate and give prices in this Catalogue, which Is handsomer than ver. It tells NOTHING BUT THE r f wp- a Write for It to-day. " 1 D.M.FERRY V CO.. Detroit. Mich fffl, m R. G. SOHOFIELD PIOCHE, NEVADA. Watchmaker, Jeweler and Engrain Tarmi: Strictly OaSH to everyone Branch office at Dooleya Dry Goods storo. Pioche Wnter Co' Office Lower Main street U KITED 4TAXKI L-AHl) OfYICK, Eureka, Novae a, August 24, U0l. XrOTlCE 19 HEKliDY GIVEN TEAT THE XI Piucbe OonffoUd .ted Mining and Keduo tlou cob. nan y, by ita author, ana A tent, Bini ual T. Godbo, w hunts cet-ofT,ce addrcee la Pioche, Lincoln county, Btate of Ntvada, has thiB day filed application for fifteen hundred (1500) fern of the Scx xo vein, lore or dopoelt bea.iug silver, together with surface ground two hundred (2W) feet In wld h for the con veu lent working thereof, eituaicd In f.ly Mln log District. County of Lincoln ind fctate of Nevad1. and designated by Ue field notts and nffleui piat on ne In Ibla offlte, aixt50 Townt-uip No. 1 north of range No. 67 east, uoant iJlanio me ana MfTldlitn. inoexcer lor boundaries of said lot No 60 being asfol lowato-wlt: Iteglnning at a poet marked No. 1, U. H Bur- Tey No. 60 on the southern aide of the Panac- ker Lode claim, u. a. survey No, 89. thence running lnt couree north 71 degrees u7 min- uces east, niu eet lo poet no. a, u. s. Hutvey No. 60, at the northwest corner of U. B. Bur. vey No. 49, Zero Lode claim, whence the cor ner commun to aeotlona 22,23, 26 and S7 of Township 1 north of range 67 taet btara aouth 83 degrees 5H minutes east, 3f6 feet and w heeler's Monument upare north e utjzreea and 3D mitnittt. etst, 2546 3-10 feet ; theuct it d course, south SI degree atid 3 minutes est, ObO feet along the southwest side line of V. H. survey No 49, Zero JLude claim, to poet No S. U.b Survey No fiO; thence 3d course, south 19 degrees and 46 mti.uUs west, 236 teet to pjit No. 4, IT b, Burvey No. CO; thence 4'h course ncrth 31 degrees and 31 mluutes went, 980 fet to pnht No. 6, U, 8. burvey No At); thence 6th cuuise, south 71 degrees 07 nulnu'es west, 620 feet to post No. 6, U. r. Su vey No. 60; thence 6th course, north, 19 degrees 46 n ta uten east. '49 4-10 feet to tits center Hue, whence the discovery nhaft bears north 71 degress, 07 minutes eaBt 320 feet; 256 feet to post No. 1 at the plaoe ot beginning. Containing 6 rt-lio acres. Th couma are expressed from tne true tuer ldan, wl'h amagnetln variation of IS decrees. 65 mlnutea east. The neareat known cUlms are the Paracker lode cltlai, U. h, burvey No. 39 on the north, and the. Z-ro lode o aim, U ft.. burvey No. 49 on the northeaAt. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of sttid l-cino ltd la u or surfaoe ground, are required to file the r adverse claims with the BegUter of the United Btatts land office at Eureka, in the (State of Nevada.dur Ing the sixty das period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the pro visions ox tne Diaiuie. J. P. DUNKLE, Register. It is hereby ordered that the foregoing notice of application for patent, be published ir the puritd of sixty days, ten consecutive week,intb Pxocbb Rvcord, a weekly news paper published at Pioche, Lincoln County, Nevada. J. P. DUNKLE, Register. THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE Is a nawipapar dsrot.il to tlie bst Interests of th Western slope, and partioularlr to the devel opment of the intermountaln country. For adrertlaing purpose! Inoomparahlr the best psper betwoen San Crsnolsoo anil Denver Daily, 38S Issnae per yer, iS.OO Weekly. IS pp. BO coL, per jrr... 8.' O Wrekly, six months, 1 SO Weakly, three months 75 Address, THE TRIBUNE, Salt Laki City. Utah Notice of Forfeiture. rito JOSePHA. CLARK AND RUSSEL FTJL 1 LEK, MolR OKaNiEEH, AbslQNS. heirs, eterutors or ;admlniatrator sud ail pariies claiming under, frm, liy or throuiih ti em. Ion are horeb? notified that the underaieoed. oo-ownir 1th you in the ruining claim known aa the "Kind Fluher," mine, situated in Jack rahhle Minms dihtl'lct. Ooun y of Lincoln. State of Nnvada, baa performed the work ai d made the expenditures on the said mlnltg claim, rt quired by seotlon S324 of tbo K vised Statutes oi the nnlten States, to bold the ame lor the yeera 1888. 1689, 1890, and 1891, and tbe amount one irum ytu, your kianiees, shkimub, or admtulstrat r. etc, on account of tnch e. t enditures on said mining hclsim are aa fol. Iowh: Josrpb A. Clark-Twenty aU 66 100 (26 66. imn dollars Hutsel Fuller-Thirteen'.Sl-lOO 18. 33-100) dollar.. And if within nlDty'dTB after the poUica. tien of this notice, you fall or refuse to on. tribute your said nroooition of such expend!. tun. seo-ownar, jour interest in raldi lalm will become tbe property .of tbe sub.erlber snder said seotlon UJ. JAR. McKADDES. Pioche, Feb. llth.'lWia. A. New Typewriter! THE INTERNATIONAL ' Tbii League being organized for tbe purpose ot securing tbe remonetization of silver by tbe Federal Gov.rnment, and believing tbat such remonetization is paramount to all other political issues, pledges itself, and each of its members pledges himself, to oppose by all legiti mate means tbe election of any man to any office, National, State or County, or tbe election of any delegate to any con vention for tbe nomination ot candidates for office, who is not an avowed friend to tbe free and unlimited coinage of silver, and tbe nominees of any conven tion whose platform does not demand such tree and unlimited coinage ot silver. AU persons may become members of this League by subscribing to the above pledge. Should you send as your name as a member, we will, from time to time, send you proceedings of meetings as they are held, and would be pleased to receive at any and all times any sugges tions that you may have to offer tbat will tend to assist our cause. Very aespectfullv, Lincoln Cocntt Savis Liaooi.' per W. L. Cook, Secretary. A strictly first clan machine. Fully warranted. Made from tbe very best ma terial, by skilled workman, and .with the best tools that have ever been devised for the purpose. Warranted to do all that ean be reasonable expected of. the very best typewriter extant. Capable of writing 160 uords ner minute or more according to tbe ability of the operator. A maohine that will manifold more than double the number of sheets than any other typewriter without affecting the alignment in any respect, as on this machine the alignment is indestruotable. Price, - $100 00. If there is no agent in your town, ad' dress ns on the subject, as we are more liberal with oar agents than any other Com pany to our line. Interciliod typewriting Cc., i p stow, Boston, Mass Notioe of Forfeiture. TOCHAHLEB MoLKOD.HIS OBANTBES. AS. sl,ns, htira. executors or administrator, sud all p. rues claiming under, irsu, w or through him: ' , Ton sre hereby notified Ibat the undesigned, co owner with yon in tbe mining claim ku .w ax the "Mendha no. s, siiuateu iu dikuluu Mining aiatriot, uiuu.y oi tiuw, v. Nevada haa performed the work and made the expenditures on the teld mining claim, re quired ny seotlon xk oi ne vriu diu.m of the t'nlted Htalea, to hold tbe same for tbe year 1801, and tbe amouut dne from you, yonr grantees assigns or sdmlnlstrator.etc.on so. coui.t of tutb expenditures on ssld mining claim la tbe sum of fifty ifM 00) dollars. And II within ninety uaje alter inepuouca. Hon of this notice, yon fall or refuas to con tribute vonr aald orooortlon of such expend!. tare ss ce owner, your interest In said olslms win necome tne property m toe euoncriuer ander ssld section wu. Ploobe, Rev., Jan. T, 1891. Notice of Forfeiture. TO FRANK B0Tt.AND.E18 QUANTEF.B, AS signs, bslrs, executors, or administrator. and all parties claiming under, from, by of lorUKa mm: ou are hereby notified that tbe undersigned, co-owner with on in the o lning claim known as ths "Golden Gate," being tbe west txten.lon of ihs "Wail St.." situated lo El I'orado tun ing diatrlot, Oonnly of Lincoln . State of b .trade baa performed the work and made the expend I. tares ti.. said mining claim, n quired by section 5834 of ths Hevieed Ststutas of he Uni ted Mates, to bold tbe asms lor tbs years 1890 and 1891, and ths amount due from you, your grantees, sselsas or sdmlnlstrator, etc., on account of i uch txpendltures on ssld mining claim is ths sum of on. nunarea isiuuj del lsrs. And If wttbln ninety days after ibs publics- lion oi tnis notice, you isii or reiuss to con tribute our said proportion of such expend! tnre aa co-owner, your interest in aald claim will become tbs properly of tbs subscriber under said section . H. IfcOORVIOK. 1 Porado Caayea, Kev., June let, 1SX2. RCIIOOL. I.AW. An Act to C impel Children te arh vol. A, p.ved February J6, 181S, 1. Kec. 1. Every parent, guardiar. oi other person in the State of Nevada having control and chargo of a child of ' children between the ages ot eight and fourteen yt-ars, shall be required to send such child or children to a public schoo for a period of at leant sixteen weeks in each school year, at least eight weeks oi which shall be consecutive, unless gucb child or children are excused from such attendance by the Board of Scboo 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 suo 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 as are us ually taught in a primary school, or have already acquired the ordinary branches of learning taught in tha public school; provided, in case a ' public school shall not be taught for the period of sixteen weeks, or any part thereof, during tbe year, within two miles, by the nearest traveled road, of the residence of an person within the school district, he ot she shall not be liable to the provisions of this Act. Sec. 2. It shall be the duty of the Board of School Trustees of each school district in this State, on or before the first Monday in September in each year, to furnish the principal of each publio school taught in such district with 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 iheteafter 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 tha names of all children attending scboo during the previous school month; when, if it sht.U appear, at the expiration of four school months, to tbe Board oi School Trustees, that any parent, guard ian, or other person having charge or control ot any child or children, shall have failed to comply with the provis ions of this Act, the board shall cause demand to be made upon such parent, guardian, or other person, for the amount of penalty hureafter provided when, if such parent, guardian, or other person shall neglect or refuse to pay tbe same within five days after the making ot said demand, the board shall com mence proceedings in the name of the school district for the recovery of tbe fine hereinafter provided, before any Justice of the .Peace in the town ship in which said ' school dis trict is located; or, if there shall be bo Justice of the Peace therein, tbeu before the nearest Justice of the Peace in the county. Bsc. 3. Any parent, guardian, or other person having control or charge of any child or children, failing to comply with tbe provisions of this Act, shall be liable to a flue 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 col lection. Seo.4. Whenever it shall appear, to the satisfaction of the Board of School Trus tees bf any school district in this state, tbat tbe parents', guardians, or other persons haying control or charge of any child or children in attendance upon the publio school of 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 tbe 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 same 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 this Act, shall be deemed to be the property of the school' district, to be under the care and control of the School Trustees when not in actual use. Sic. 6. All fines collected' under the provisions of Ibis Act shall be paid into he county treasury on acoount of the , state school fund. '. ' Sc. 6. It shall be the doty of the County Superintendent of Public Schooli n each county in this state to cause this aw to be published in some newspaper in bis county, if any there be, four con secutive times, annually, for a period of wo years, the expense of such puwica tion to be allowed and paid out of the general school fund of the county. The Board of School Trustees In each school district shall cause to be posted annu ally, for period ot two years, in three publio places in their district, notices oi the requirements ani penalties ot tub low. FREE TO THE AFFLICTED. All who are suffering from the effeots of Youthful Errors, Loss of Manhood, Failing Powers, Gonorrhoea, ' Gleet, Strioture, Syphilis and the many troubles which art the effeots of these terrible disorders will receive, Fbu OF Cbabob, full direction Aow to treat and ear thrnn sevei at horn by writing to tbe Cali foknia Medical and Soboioal Infib. art, 1029J Market Street, 8aa Frea eltoo, California.