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TI E PIOCH DAILY RBMEft VOL. V. PIOCHE, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEV., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1872. NO. 4 T11EPI0CHE DAILY RErORD TiTintT-jsHED DAILY 'P (MONDAYS EXCEPTED) By PAT. HOLIjAND. Ornci: Upper Main .treet. East side. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ... v. br mail, (in sdvance.) $19.00 Six Month " , u Weak (delivered by Carrier), job Printing; OF EVERY KIND DONE IN THE BEST STYLE AT THIS OFFICE. grrff$stoual CartU. .U5mr$s (Tarda. W. W. BISHOF. a. X. SASIK. t.ou Fifty Cent. THE AMANIANS. The Amania Society is the name of a Very flourishing coinmuiiiiy iu xuw, consisting of fifteen hundred meruUers. They own everything in common, and present an admirable example of the suc cess of the co-operative plau when intel ligently administered. These people were formerly know an Ebeueiers, and lived noar Buffalo, N.Y., where they possessed six thousand; acre of land. They sold out some fifteen years ago for the sum of five millions of dollars, and moved to Iowa. They are located near Homestead station, on the Rock IsUnd and Pucino lUilroad, where they own thirty thous uuil acres of the choicest lands. They have seven distinct settlements, and their Hffiiirs are miinauud by fifteen trustees or fathers. Tl soc !y is incorporated un der State laws. At convenient distances in the settlements they have restaurants, to which the various families resort for fa il. The Amnnians clinc to their good old Gorman wavs in UreBS and general liiib- its. and are not in bondage to the outside ' world. All have an equal interest iu the property; individuals are not allowed anvtUiuu for their services, or furnished with money for their private use. Each settlement has a store, and all are allow ed to draw a certain ainouut yearly from it for their private wants. A man with a family is allowed 50, with $21) for his wife and $10 for each child. This is expected to keep thorn in clothing and , household furniture, and supply all their little personal needs. When persons find that the amoudt appropriated is not suffi cient lor their acturl expenses, the mat tor can be laid before the Board of Trus tees, who will exercise their judgment about making an additional appropria tion. Tbey are temperate, industrious, relist ious people, but it is difficult to define their theological views. A leaUiiig principle in the society i that all will get ulonff well together if every one will do right; and in this spirit, everything is managed harmoniously There is uo better theology than this after all. 1 It is their custom to meet every day in small companies, about tne settlement, ami m rooms provided for the purpose, to devote half an hour to religious exer cises; on Wednesday they meet iu the lay; Suuday they all come together in t heir meeting-bouse for religious services. They do not appear to specially favor ruarraige, and many of them are living Siajle. When young people wish to marry, they generally receive the consent of the society if they have a reputation for good behavior. If the parties have uot succeeded in commending them selves, they are not allowed to luarcy The society owns the whole settlement, and carries on all the business, including that of the lumber yard, store, hotel, etc, They hire considerably on their farm and in factories, and claim that even in Iowa, with 3,000 acres of cboice land, farinins operations do not pay. About three miles from Homestead, on the Des Moines river, they have a fine water - power, flouring and woolen mills, and manufacture au extra quality of yarns and fine flannels in coiors. The latter goods stand high in the market, and are mostly bought by a few first class retail ers in the large cities. The Amanians have a high reputation for uprightness in nil their dealings with the outside world, and are much respected. A man is often thirty years old before ' ne Has any settled thoughts of bis for tune. It is not completed before fiftvi he falls to building in his old age, and dies by the time his house is in a condi- lion to be painted and glased. Addis Ballon married a couple at Terre Haute, Ind., recently, and in the ... nuptial lecture told them that "cradles . were cheaper than divorces." The time to possess your soul in pa tienoe is when your hat blows off in the street, And your eyes are too full of dust to see which way it goes. Neckties, made of leather, with ilt buckles, are said to have been proposed iuo lasmouaoie novelty for gentle- uou o wear m ouming winter. Here is the heading of one of the Can I ton (Miss.) papers introducing a sensa- tional article: "A carousal, an epistle, a vu-iuiue, a pisioi ana a sxedaddle! ' . . A demented friend sends to us the statement that a Connecticut farmer has ( t named a prize-rooster Robinson, because ; nooiuson vrew-so. Bishop A Sabln, ATTORNEYS J.T X.A.W. FIOCHE, LINCOLN COUNTY, KEY. ap28-tf A. B. HUNT, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Ornci In White's Building, up stairs. - Highest Price paid for COUNTY SCRIP. J28-tf . 1. 1. rrrzEB. D. conaoK Pitzer & Corson, Attorneys at Law, PIOCHE CITY NEVADA D. Coasos, U. S. Com Commimionib. ocl3-tf HORACE D. BEENE, ATTORNEY -A.T X.-A.'W AND NOTARY PUBLIC FOR LINCOLN COUNTY, Ornci with W. W. Bishop. Js7-tf George T. Gorman, Notary Putolic IN AND FOR LINCOLN COUNTY. To be found at the Recoed office. Main street, riocne. auis-ti Ph. FELSENTHAL. STATE BISK OF NEVADA, pritch ard'8 CHARLES PIOCHE . : EICHARDS, ENGINEER, : : t NEVADA Orders left at Bishop's Law promptly attended to. Office will be f35.tr Stone Store, MAIN STREET. OPPOSITE MEADOW VALLEY STREET. At Ploche. Lincoln county, Wv. f j( $ J FREIGHT LINE THOMAS r. HAWLET, Hamilton. I. O. DABBOW, Eureka. HAWLEY & D ARROW, " Attorneys at Law. Office: Main street. Hamilton, two door. above Bunk of California. House. Eureka. Adjoining Turner J.II-4U1- J. C. Foster, ATTORNEY AND OOUNSELER AT LAW. Office on Lacour street, north of the Post- office. au9-tf DR. H. BERGSTEIN, (LATE OF 1AM EBAltCISCO.) Physician, Surtreon and Accoucheur. Office White's Building, Main street, over the State Bank of Nevada. IT"-" D. L. DEAL, M. D., Fhysioian and Surgeon, PIOCHE, NEVADA. my8-tf ALVA. C. BISHOP. M. D., STAiy Biuitua nuu kjiaxgouxa, PIOCHE NEVADA. Bros.' Office: At Bishop street. drug store, Main jes-u VM. H. ROGERS, M. D., lTTI or AV VBABrlSOO. Pliysiolan and S argsoa Office: Next door west of Ely Recobd office. jy-U-tf , DR. C, PHYSICIAN F. PHILSON, and SURGEON, JOHN ROEDER, STONE STORE, WEST BIDE LACOUR STREET, PIOCHE CITY, NEVADA, Dealer in Groceries, Pro visions and General Merchandise. Highest price paid for Country Produce, .neb as Potatoes, eggs, Butter, etc. je 23. Xj. ACASOCT, dounty Surveyor. O. A. Palmer, Deputy. Surveyors, Civil and Mining Engineers. W"B ARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO BUR. M. veying, Msnping and reporting upon mines. 07 Office at the Court House, first floor. JeUtf folk. i I. levd. FOLKV& LEVIN. Dealers in Havana and Domestic) Cigars AND TOBACCO, STATIONERY, CUT LERY ANT) YANKEE NOTIONS, PLAYING CARDS, ETC. Alao Larue Circulating Library. MAIN STREET, PIOCHE. jyU-tf :abill c. w, rox CAHLLL & FOX, STOCK BROKERS, 406 MONTGOMEPY STREET, mils San Francisco, Cal. tf JOHN CAHILL. AT JESSE BEENE'S DRUG STORE Maim Street, Piocue, Nevada, Assayer dt Metallurgist. Cold Jt Silver Bullion mfELTED AND ASSAYED AT THE SHORT. i.T M. kht notice, and guaranteed to conform with any of the United States Mints. ores ol every description carelully assayed. seu-u M.H. L.ICHTENSTEIN, .UCTIOI IND COMMISSION MERCHANT, BRICK BUILDING, LACOUR STREET OCT DOOR SALES PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO PIOCHE KEY ADA Wholesale and Retail, ..DEALER IN. Groceries, Previsions, AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. CLOTHING, HATS, BOOTS, ETC., ETC. Cheap for Cash. AGENCY OP DUPONT'S Metallic Keg Blasting Powder, CANDLES, FUSE, OILS AND MINING GOODS. nli-tf JAMES CRONAN'S X?ew Stone Store, MAIN STREET, PIOCHE, NEVADA, WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL DEALXB IX Bomrd IMroetlosi I J. W. Wsiqbt PnstDKm Baskum w. Field Vice PaEaiDEirr W. It. HEJcDxnaoir Sbcbetabi Harkt I. Thobhtoh, I Jons R, WIUOM, 0. WlEDEBHOLO, EDWAED DoBAJIOI. THE STATE BANK OP NEVADA WILL RE CEIVE DEPOSITS OF COIN OR CURREN CY, either on OPEN ACCOUNT or to ISSUE CER TIFICATES THEREFOR, payable on demand. EXCHANGE FOR SALE, oka wi vro LONDON SALT LAKE CITY, NEW. YOU, HAMILTON, BOSTON, SACRAMENTO, CHICAGtO, VIHOINIA CITY, AND SAN FRANCISCO, Either in COIN or CURRENCY, as may be desired COLLECTIONS will be promptly made. BULLION purchased at most favorable rates, UNITED STATES BONDS AND SECURITIES. RAILROAD AND MINING STOCKS purchased and sold nnder telegraphic and mail orders, at BAA lUAHVUHJV AND . IUUE, CURRENCY BOUGHT AND SOLD. BARNUM W. FIELD. Ploche, May 29, 1873. Bank Manager. mvai-tf The STATE BANE ....OF.... DRAWS EXCHANGE ON ALL THE Principal Cities of Europe. THE STATE BANK TTAS NOW COMPLETED ARRANGEMENTS M.M. by which it la enabled to draw direct, not onsr upan England, Ireland and France, but also upon all of the principal towns of SWITZERLAND, BELGIUM, HOLLAND, GER- MANY.RU8S1A, the rOLANDS, DENMARK, B EKDEN. NUKWAX, UAL.L.1UA, HUri GARY, ITALY, PORTUGAL and SPAIN. This will afford an opportunity for citisens of the various nationalities to forward Billa of Ei- change that will be payable at any town they may elect. aiuo-u -rxoK- Palisades to Ploohe FREIGHT FORWARDED CI FIVE. and FIFTEEN DAYS' TIME, TO -VIA, MINERAL eTCU. AND BITBBXA. No Charges for Forwarding. Shippers NAME please mark goods with FULL to sveid confusion and Insure auiek delivery. Mark Goods Can "Pritchard'g F. F. I., Palisades." Goods to go through In FIVE SAYS should b. marked " DIAMOND 1." SLOW FREIGHT, - DIAMOND a." WAREHOUSE: Valley street. Main street, below V 4 Bekj. M. DcRill, President. Huoh Whits, Cashier AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $500,000. Chas. H. Hcmpstead, Attorney. mENDEUS HIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES JL to the citizuua of Piwhe City. Orrics in the frame bui'din, Main street, opiwaittt t'rauk Wbeelor ft Co. 'a atoll, building, uiri i-u Auctionsai.es every evening, every description of merchandise such as Gold and Silver Jewelry, Watches, Clothing and Fur nishing Uoods, etc. 0J Goods at Private sale at Auction Rates. "VI grocehies OBOCERIES OBOCKBIES OROCEBTES GROCERIES, OBOCEBIES OBOCIBIES OBOCEBTES OBOCEBIES OBOOEBIES PROVISIONS AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Salt Late NATIONAL BANK DR. CHAS. G. FOLTZ, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, WAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO LACOUR II atreet. opposite the I X L Lodging House, between John Boeder's and Wilkin', stone build' lugs. cl7-tf H. M. BARNES, NOTARY PUBLIC AMD CommissionBr of Deeas For Utah Territory, California, and other States. Owes: Postoflice Building, Lacour street. jall-tf C. W. WANDELL, ATTO R N E Y AT LAW, ....OFFICE AT.... BULLIONVILLE ....NEVADA ap!9-tf C. KNICHT, Jvistioe of tlio Poaoe, PIOCHE TOWNSHIP. tr Ornci: At the Court House, first Door. vS myXl-tf OEO. GirSTlM. JOS. H. COSC1I1NA. San Francisco Fruit Store. GEO.GIUSTIN Sc CO., CORNER MAIN AND MEADOW VALLEY STS., PIOCHE. NEVADA. Dealer, in Foreign and Domestio Fruit., uoniectionery ana toy., ana ueneral Produce, Fine Haranna Cigar, and Tobacco, Fresh CLOTHTSO CLOTHING CLOTHING CLOTHIKU CLOTHING CtoTBIMO CLOTHnca CLOTUIHO CLOTHIKQ SALT LAKE CITY UTAH Dentistry. AM FULLY PREPARED TO perform all operationa In the Dental Art. The Doctor is the only Dentist in the State who builds up a part to a whole tooth, with solid cold, and to its natural shape. Orrirg: Iu the frame building. Main street. opposite Frank Wheeler k Co.'s stone building. Pioche, December 1Mb, 1871. oo-tf F. C. NICHOLS. J. B. K. CAVALXIER, STOCK BROKER Member of the San Francisco Stock and Ex change Board, has opened an Omca om Maim stbiet, Anjomrso Whibleb's Habdwabs Stobe. Stocks bought snd sold on commission. Money advanced on stocks. Orrics In San Francisco, 60t California street. J28-tf .'Those who don't believetbat a fly bsa 303,362 pores in his body should catch uua mua count mem. Over the western half of the Atlantic vcean mere are three times as storms as on the eastern side. many Thomas Hunkey is writing on the cold proauouon of the world. , Isn't that uuaaej- uor r , , A honeycomb is made o! many cells; WUUVJ AUUUtl Ol poo sell. G. E. Scammon, BUILDER. Shop on Meadow Vall.v street, Ploehe, Nevada. H. R. Breakey, Mining Eorder for Ely Mining District, ALSO NOTA.R.Y PUBLIC For the Stat, of Kevada, And Oommiaaion.r of Deed, for th. State of California and Territory of Utah. A CKNOWLEDOEMENTS AND AFFIDAVITS ix properly mad.. Abstracts oi Mining Prop erty snd Real Etfato turni.hed. Deed., Leases, Mortgagee, Contracts snd all other legal inatru menta oi writing carerany arawn. Office, In Oohn's building, Main street, oppo site Meadow Valley street. Je3tl Limes, Lemons, Oranges, ALWAT. ON HAND From I. Ivancovich t Co. The largest snd best wholesale house in San Frunsisco Je7-tf STEELE & DONAHOE, Contractors and Builders. Notioo to tlie Fvitolio. V7 ARE NOW PREPARED TO CONTRACT w T for all kinds of buildings, or to furnish all the material for such buildings at greatly re duced prices. Owing to the reduction in the price of water and the favorable condition of the roads snd weather, we are prepared to build fire proof stone buildi: gs as cheap as wooden ones can be erected, with the present tigures at which lumber is soiling. Plans nd specifications fur nished for all kinds of buildings st short notice snd low prices. e9-tf Pioche, Nevada. JACOBS & SULTAN, Pioche & Bullionville. ' Wholesale and Retail Dexebs a GENERAL MERCHANDISE, ETC. Particular attention paid to COUNTRY ORDERS. A4t D. C. CLARK& BROTHER STONE STORE, LOWER MAIN STREET, PIOCHE, NEVADA, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALXB. IS GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, POWDER, FX'SE, HATS, BOOTS, SHOES HARDWARE, CROCKERY, Crla.sswa.re, Faints, Oils LIQUORS, g LIQUORS, LIQUORS, S&LmbS LIQUORS, Tobaooo and. Cigars Having unusual facilities in buying, I am pre pared to sen goous at tne lowest rates. -With. One Frioe to All. COME, SEE, AND BE SATISFIED. mylJU COLLECTIONS MADE IN THE STATES of Nevada, California and Oregon, Territo ries of Utah, Montana, Idaho, Arizona ana Washington, and remitted by Draft to any part of the united states or uanaaa. HIGHEST PRICE said In Coin or Currency for San Francisco Uoln Checks snd vuuion. JAMES CRONiN. JONAS Successor to H. MICHAELS, dealeb wj CIGARS, CUTLERY, TORACCO, STATIONERY MAIN 8TREET PIOCHE, Opposite Meadow Valley street. HIS STOCK IS Large and Complete. ael-tf California Fruit Store II. HOLIS, North side Msin street, Ploche, next door to Hamilton's Saloon. Dealer in Dairy Produce, Fresh and Dried Fruits, CONFECTIONERY, AND EVERT KIND ' OF CANNED GOODS. . AVANA AND DOMESTIO CIOARS. THE Choicest Brands of Smoking Tobcceo. Also, Family Groceries and Varieties. II Ciieok. Lost AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. rojlS-tf A CHECK (No. S4) DRAWN BY D. m. in I NEW BAEBER SHOP. J. N. WILLIAMS, The old Pioneer Barber of Pioche, hss Jnst im.na) a nail, ntted Barber Shoo on Msin street, adjoining Biggins' Restaurant. He is fully prepared to do any thing In th. tonsorlal line in she moat appro rea swis - aiiM-Aw HARDY k favor of i. Jefferli for 165, was lost on the 8th of August, 1871. Payment of the check has been stopped by J. M Wender. auig-joa n, (ncuuiaisAb. NOTICE. HAVING BOrOHT THIENTIRE STOCK , -of H. MICHAEL, will carry on the business a naual. All book accounts and indebtedness to H. Michael most be paid to ne. k ; SM-Ut . . 4U3iASWVaN. COBBESPOlTDEirrS . i National Park Bake, DoNNELL. lWsSCO1!' I 4 Wall street. I Calttobnia Tbvst Co.. Ml CalifornU atreet. r nvnnv 1 Jat Cooee.MoCvi.loch k Co """""" 1 ,i Lombard St. spt-tf GRIND UrMOUHT ! AUTHORIZED DY , THE STATE OF NEVADA, UNDER AN ACT OF THE LEGISLATURE Aproved March S, 1871. $265,000.00! IN GOLD COIN IN PRIZES, 1 Grand Gold Coin Gifts of 125,000 150,000 1 Grand Gold Coin Gifts of f 18,000 30,000 1 Grand Oold Coin Girts of 110,000 30,000 4 Gold Coin Gifts of $5,000 each 20,000 10 Gold Com Gifts of $1,000 each 10,000 30 Gold Coin Gifts of $1,000 each 20,000 60 Gold Coin Gifts of $500 each 30,000 100 Gold Coin Gifts of $300 each 30,000 300 Gold Coin Gifts of $100 each 30,000 500 Gold Coin Gifts of $50 each 35.000 1,000 Gifts, amounting to $365,000 The Concert will take place at VIRGINIA CITY, on or before October 15, 1873. Ticketa $5 each. To be obtained at the office of the undersigned, or st the counter of the State Bank of Nevada. H. R. BREAKEY, Special Agent for Lincoln County. snis-td - - - Estraya Taken Up. AT MY RANCH, KNOWN AS THE JACKMAN Ranch, situated about 13 miles from Bui Unaville. la Meadow Valley, about the lUn of June, 1873, one Roan Mare about seven year old and branded with the letter N on the left hip, vent on left shoulder and branded C over the letter N on the left hip. Also one Brown Mule Colt shout 4 months old, with the mar, and also one Black Horse Mule abont one and one-half years old, branded the same aa the mare. Call, prove property, nay charges and takeaway. ' WILLIAM HOPKINS, . Hopkins' Ranch, Sept. lth, 187J. slt-lm FREIGHTS PAYABLE IN 00: its equivalent, on deliver'. P. A. BOMMEN Agent a GEORGE COWLES Agent at HAm G. W. D WIGHT JLgil 1 t W. L. PRITCHARL apll-tf noonr1 THE UNDERSIGNED IS PBaJf furnish th. people of Eastern Net Asbestos, Tint Felt Roo. H. W. Johns' Asbestos is recommendec leading builders in th. Eastern States to be a perior to either tin or shingles, as it neither as. panas or contracu ny neat or coia. ana is pno. ticslly fire snd water-proof. It Is W Inches wid., and la easily applied by any on.. From Report Judges American Institute Exhibi tion of 1870: H. W. Johns' Imt-bovzd Boornra" Is strong snd flexible, unaffected by the sun's heat; prac tically hreproof , snd Is really an article of the first order of merit." Signed, HORACE GREELEY, Pres't. GEO. PEYTON. Rec. Bec'y. SAM'L. D. TILLMAN, Cor. Bec'y. Report of Judges American Institute, 1871. " These material! prove, by their general use and test of time, to answer their purposes ful- 1 Tim lfeat ArHel In the mftrknt'' Hiffnad. w. if. uuuka, rre c. JOHN W. CHAMBERS, Bee. Sec'y. SAMX. D. TILLMAN, Cor. Sec'y. This roofing is particularly adapted to mills and furnaces, ss it is acid proof, and does not sweat or rust. Also Asbestos roof paint and cement. Canvas roofs made perfectly water-tight, b Asbestos Cement. Alao. Asbestos roof saint, to be need on Ashes. tos, tin or shingles: snd Asbestos Cement fur baa leaks, just or nail holes in tin Before painting. TIN ROOFING don. np in neat bundles of 100 feet, in sheets 10 feet in length, sent with proper directions to any part of Eastern Nevada. Also, common felt for sheds and . other cheap. flat-roofed buildings. Bend exsot messurment of building over alL and all roofs will be guaranteed to fit. 0. B. LOVELL. Agent for Eastern Nevada, Ploche, August 30, 1872. au21 tf , constantly on band. AND CALEBS IN LIQUORS, PROVISIONS and GENERAL GROCERIES. . epli-tl 7. MANNING'S HEW JEWELRY ESTABLISHMEHT, ' At Bwene's Drug Storw. KEEPS CONSTANMLY OS HAND A FULL and choice assortment of t , eiL-rosm km xastibh kasi nnur, AMERICAS k FOREIGN WATCHES, And all other floods appertaining to a Firs, class Jewelry store, which will be eoM at truly reasonable prices. ' ParttrulsT tttraMoa paid to ike BXPATRINa OF. FINE WATCHES. , ., aelT-H DOUBLE DAILY Stage to BsdlionTille. T EAVES PIOCHE AND BPL- m-i at iiivv'ii t v unnvrMA .nj mS T EVENING, carrying freight and passengers at reasonable rates. A share of public patronage Is solicited. HICKOX a WA&BKN. te28-tf Pioche, Bullionville and Panaca Stage Lin J W. K. MUler... Froprtotsw CARRYING THE UNITED St 1rgX STATES Msil snd Walls. SFgftg. T Fargo Jt Co.'s Express. Leaves Plocbe every morning st 8 Vi o'clock. Returning, leaves Bul lionville at 3 H o'clock n. m. ' Je3S-tf Donahoe & Quillin't Bakery. . MEADOW VALLEY ST ..........PIOCBM A LL KINDS OF PASTRY TO OKDZB 2.