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THE PIME DAILY RECOBbT
VOL. ,V.
:PIOCHE, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEV., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1872.
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THE PIOHIE DAILY RECORD
PUBLISHED DAILY
(MONDAYS EXCEPTED)
By PAT. HOLLiAND.
OrncE: Upper Mala street. East aide.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
On. Year, by mail, (in advance.) (12.00
Six Month, " " 6.00
Per Week tdelivered by Carrier) Fifty Cents
Job Frlutins
OF EVERY KIND -
DONE I IT THE BEST STYLE
- AT THIS OaFICaV -
Horace Greeley's Dally Life.
Mr. Greeley's daily routine of life is
not very varied, aud it in mainly notable
for the quantity of work which be per
forms, lie can toll terribly, and except
in rare times of BicfcceKg, or when travel
ing, he ban probably done a higher aver
age of worn than any other individual in
the United State. His usual daily quota
in the Tribune bus been from one to two
columns of editorial articles, while in
addition he has attended to a lurye cor
respondence, answering about a dozen
letters daily, besides contributing vol
uminously to different periodicals, writ
ing occasional lectures, and composing a
book every now and then. Tna ample
works of Walter bcolt, iSulwer Lyttou or
Voltaire will alone compare in quantity
to the productions of his pen. At cer
tain periods, us during the presidential
campaign of 1810, he has almost donbled
his ordinary amount of writing, while he
wrote a report of the Fenniuiore Cooper
libel suit extending over live columns at
a sitting, besides attending to his regular
, stint of writing. Other men would uave
taken a ret alter such extraordinary ex
ertion, but he went on without stopping,
as if it was a small matter. Mr. Urccley s
daily life of late years lias been aooul as
follows: Since he has been a guest of A.
T. Johnson's house, his habit has been
to rise about 7 o'clock, bathe (he is very
fond of water and is peculiarly cleanly in
Lis person), aud then take a short walk
before breakfast to buy the papers. Ma
is not at all fastidious about his food,
but is eaily suited, pretering the plainest
kinds, and is coutent witu what is set
before hnn. He eschews tea and coffee,
uud only drinks water and milk. Ills
diet is by no means exclusively vegeta
riau, as nas been so often represented.
After breakfast he goes to his room, aud
writes steadily through the day. He
locs bis beat writing in the morning, as
as did Scott aad Dickens, aud he is op
jioseU to night work. Iu tna afternoon
Usoe out to the Union Letffcue Club
ana sees his trienrts,. or writes letters
tnere, returning in the evening, l'uuct
ua;ly at a o'clock a messenger usad to
being the proot of his articles from the
Trib.iue oiiice lor correction. Wuile
waiting for these, Mr. Greeley would
often lake a hand at cards, of which he
is very fond. Mr. Greeley's Saturdays
lor a number of years have been spent
4it tiie Cuappaqua farm, chopping wood,
or employed in other work. Tli.s con
autuie nis main exercise tor the week,
iiu returns to the city in the evening,
uud goes to bed pretty well tired out by
the severe exeruou of swinging tue ax
lor four or five hours. Uu Saud iy he
tases his customary walk, and uiuuds
tne morning service at Dr. Chupiu's
church, where he has a pew. in the
alteruoon he receives callers, who ure
mors neuiuerous that day tuunauy other,
aud then he settles himself down to hard
writing, as the events of two dayB have
then to be disposed of. On Sunday
evenings he was until lately a regular
attendaut upon the receptions of the Cary
eisters, tuning tea at their hospitable
table, but going away early in the eve
uiug. , On other evenings he sometimes
went to his sister Mrs. Cleveland's liter
ary and musod entert. i iiutnts, aud
occasionally to a dinner party. He dis
likes tue latter kind of pleasure gather
ing, and prefers a less formal kind of
sociability. He likes to call upon a few
of his old friends, whom he clings to
with great pertanacity. By nature he is
-very sociable, aud he will never lunch
-alone if he can avoid it. '
A lady not long ago asked Mr. Greeley
if he did not begin to feel the need of
rest, after his long life of toil. Well,"
he replied, "I think I have been turning
the crank of the universe long euuugu,
and feel as if I would like to stop and
enj ay a little farming." Yet, though he
-no longer writes anything in the Tribune,
he is by no means idle. He has worked
-hard since his nomination upon A. T.
Johnson's new cyclopedia, and has writ
ten enough for that work to make quite a
show, besides attending to his increasing
correspondence, and keeping the run of
political affairs. Springtleld Republi-
Gaiety. Their are two kinds of gnlety
the one arises from the want of heart,
being touched by no pity, sympathizing
with no pain, even of its own causing; it
shines and glitters like a frost bound
liver in the gleaming sun. Tho other
springs from excess of heart that is, a
heart overflowing with kindliness towardg
all meu and ail things; and suffering
under no superadded grief ; it is light
from the happiness which it onuses, from
the happiness which Usees. This may
be compared to the same river, sparkling
and smiling uuder the sun ot summer
and running on to give fertility and
increase to all within, and even to many
beyond its reach. .
1h manufacture of cigars gives em
ployment to a large number of peniten
tiary convicts in Illinoii, and most
travelers will agree that people who make
och oigars as are ordinarily sold in 111
inois ought to be in the penitntiary.
Silki which are colored with picrate of
lead are liable to explode at any moment
if mbjeoted to great heaV
..' groffssional Card.
W. W. BISHOP. O. K. SARIN.
Bishop A Sabln,
ATTORNE-yS LAW.
PIOCHE, LINCOLN COUNTY, NET.
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A. B. HUNT,
Attorney and Coanaelor at Law.
Orncs In White's Building, up stairs.
Highest Price paid tor COUNTY SCRIP.
' lift-it :...'.;
I. a. prrzKB.
D. CORSON
Pitzer dt Corson,
Attorneys at Law,
PIOCHE CITY.... NEVADA
D. Corson, U. 8. Court Commissions.
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HORACE D. BEENE,
ATTORNEY AT X.AW
AND
NOTARY PUBLIC FOR LINCOLN COUNTY,
' OrncE with W. W. Bishop. Ja7-tf
THOMAS P. HAWLEY,
Hamilton.
I. O. DARBOW,
Eureka.
HAWLEY A'DAIIROW,
Attorneys at Law.
Offices: Main street, Hamilton, two doors
shove Hsnk of Calliuruia. Adjoining Turner
House. Eureka. J21-4ni
:
. J. C. Foster,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELER AT LAW.
Office on Lacour street, north of the Post
offlce. au9-tf
DR. H. BERGSTEIN,
LATX OF SAN EHANCISCO.
Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur.
Offiok White's Building, Main street, over
the State Bank of Nevada. jy21tf
D. L. DEAL, M. D.,
Ftiysioia.rx and Surgeon,
. PIOCHE. NEVADA.
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ALVA. C. BISHOP, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
PIOCHE NEVADA.
Office: At Bishop Bros.' drug store, Main
street. . JeS-tf
W1I. H. ROGERS, M. D.,
, LATE OF AN TBANCISCO.
IPl-iysioian and S argeon,
Orncs: Next door west nf Ely Record office.
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DK. C. F, PHILSON,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
TENDERS HIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
to the citizens of Pioche I ity.
Officii In tlm frame bniMimr, Main street,
opposite Frank Wheeler Co.'s stone building.
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DH. CHAS. G. FOLTZ,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
nAS REMOVED niS OFFICE TO LACOUR
struct, opposite the I X L Lodging llnnse,
between Johu Roeder'a and Wilkin's stone huild.
lugs, , si'17-tf
H. M. BARNES, '
NOTARY PUBLIC
AND
Coinmissioner of - Desfls
For Utah Territory, California, and other States.
Orncs: Postofllce Building, Lacour street.
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C. V. WANDKLL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
; ....OFFICE AT....
BU'LLIONYILLEA NEVADA
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C. KNIGHT, '
Jvtatioe of the Peaoe,
PIOCHE TOWNSHIP.
sTOmcii At the Court House, first floor. "V
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Dentistry.
1AM FULLY PREPARED TO
perform all operations in the
Dental Art.
The Doctor la the only Dentist In the
State who bnildB up a part to whole tooth,
with solid cold, and to its natural shape.
Officb: In the frame building. Main street,
opposite Frank Wheeler a Co. "a atone building.
Pioche, December 14th, 1871 .
o26-tf F. 0. NICHOLS.
J. B. E. CAVALMER,
STOCK BHOKER -
Member of the San Francisco Stock and Ex
change Board, has opened an
Office oh Main street, aiwoixino. Wheeler's
Hardware Store.
Storks bought and sold on commission
Money advanced on storks. '
Office In San Francisco, 609 California
street. J28-tf
C. E. Scammon,
BUILDER. ;
Shop on Meadow Vallar street. Ptoche. Nerada.
' H. R. Breakey,
Mining Beoordsr for Ely Mining District,
'' ' A1SO "
NOTARY PUBLIC
For ths State of Nevada, .' "
And Oomralasloner of Deeds for the State of
California and Terrttorf of Utah.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS AND AFFIDAVITS
properly made. Abstracts of Mining Prop
erty and Taeai Estate furnished. Deeds. Leasee,
Mortgag .qontraots and all other legal Instru
Baentso j4itm s-efully drawn.
uffles, lnuobn a tmlidlog. Main Hreat, opi
yaiii
George T. Gorman,
IN AND FOR LINCOLN COUNTY.
To be found ai the Record office, Main street,
Pioche. aul6-tf ,
0HAELE3 BI0HAEDS,
ismsriisrGr enqineeb,
PIOCHE : : : : . NEVADA
Orders left at Bishop's Law Office will be
promptly attended to. Ui-V
JOHN ROEDER,
STONE STORE, WEST SIDE LACOUR STREET,
PIOCHE CITY, NEVADA,
Dealer in Groceries, Pro
visions and General
.. Merchandise.
HlEhet price paid for Country Produce, such
as Potatoes, Eggs, Butter, etc. JeS-tf
3. Xi. MASON,
County Surveyor.
O. A. Palmer, .Deputy.
Surveyors, Civil and Mining Engineers.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO SUR
vying, Mapping and reporting upon mines.
7" Office at the Court Huuse, first floor. je'Jtf
B. FOLK. J. LEVTJt,
FOLK & LEVIN,
Dealers in Havana and Dnmestio Cigars
AND TOBaCCO, STATIONERY, CUT
LEHY AND YANKEE NOTIONS,
PLAYING CARDS, ETC.
Also a Large Circulating Library.
MAIN STREET. PIOCHE.
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OAHILL & I0X,
STOCK BROKERS,
406 MONTO0MEPY STREET,
mi!4l San Fninclsco, Cal. tf
JOHN CAHILL,
AT JESSE BEEXE'S DRUG STORE
Main Street, Pioche, Nevada,
Assayer & Metallurgist.
Cold JL Silver Bullion
MELTED AND ASSAYED AT THE SHORT.
est noticf., and guaranteed to conform
with any ot the t'ntU d States Mints.
Ores of every description carefully assayed.
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M. H. LICHTENSTZIN,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
BRICK BUILDING, LACOUR STREET
OUT DOOR 8ALES PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
A TCTION SALES EVERY EVENING. EVERY
11 description of merchandise such as Gold
and Silver Jewelry, Watches, Clothing and Fur
nishing Ooods, etc
tf Goods at Private sale at Auction Bates. 1 CS
OEO. OIC8TIX.
OS. If. COSCHIMt.
San Francisco Fruit Store.
GEO.GITJSTIN & CO.,
CORNER MAIN AND MEADOW VALLEY 8T8.,
PIOCHE, NEVADA,
Dealers in Foreign and Domestio Fruits,
- Confectionery and Toys, and General
Produce, Fine Havaona Oigars
and Tobaoco, Fresa
Limes, Lemons, Oranges,
ALWAYS ON HAND
From I. Ivancovich & Co.
The largest and best wholesale house in San
Fransisco Je7-tf
STEELE DONAHOE,
Contraetors and Builders,
Notice to ttto Iutolio.
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO CONTRACT
for all kinds of buildings, or to furnish
all the matoriul for such bnildinss at greatly re
duced prices. Owing to the reduction in the
price of water and the favorable condition of the
roads and weather, we are prepared to build lire
proof stone bulldl' gs as cheap as wooden ones
can be erected, with the present figures at which
lumber Is selling. Plsns and specifications fur
nlshed for sll kinds ot buildings at short notice
and low prices.
STEELE DONAHOE, 1
Je9-tf Pioche, Nevada.
JACOBS & SULTAN,
Pioche & Bullionville,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers ib
GENERAL MERCHANDISE, ETC.
Particular attention paid to - '-
COUNTRY ORDERS.
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dTc. CLARK& BROTHER
STONE STORE,
LOWER MAIN STREET,
PIOCHE, NEVADA,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEAUBSnt
GROCERIES, '
: PROVISIONS, '
POWDER,
I , .'i ; FUSE,
AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
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NEW . fiAEBEB SHOP.
J. N. WILLIAMS,
The old Pioneer Barber of Pioche, has Just
opened a neatly fitted Barber Shop on Main
street, adioining Higglns' Restairana. He to
fully prepared to do any thing ta ib tonsorial
line ta the bkw approved tayle. . b1b j
PL FELSE1TTHAL.
Stone Store,
MAIN STREET. OPPOSITE MEADOW
T ALLEY STREET.
PIOCHE
.NEVADA
Wholesale and Retail,
....DEALER IN....
Groceries, Previsions,
AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
CLOTHING,
HATS, BOOTS, ETC., ETC.
Choap for Cash.
AGENCY OF DUPONT'S
Metallic Keg Blasting Powder,
CANDLES, FUSE, OILS AND MINING
GOODS.
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JAMES CRONAN'S
New Stone Store,
MAIN STREET, PJOCHE, NEVADA,
WHOLESASE AND RETAIL DEALEB IS
GROCERIES
GROCERIES,
s '(
OnOCEMES
PROVISIONS MD GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
GROCERIES
GROCERIES
GROCERIES
OaOL'KRlEl
OROCERIEI
ORUCERIES
OROCEBIKS
GROCERIES
CLOTHnfO
CLOTHING
CLOTHING
CLOTHLNU
CLOTHING
CLOTHING
CLOTHING
CLOTHING
CLOTHING
CLOTHINO
HATS, BOOTS, SHOES
HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
Glassware, Faints, Oils
LIQUORS, LIQUORS,
LIQUORS, ytMet LIQUORS,
Tobaooo etnd Oigars
Having unusual facilities in buying, I am pre
pared to Bell goods at the lowest rates,
"Witli One Frioe to All.
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COME, SEE, AND BE SATISFIED.
myl2-tf JAMES CKONAN.
DEXTER
LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES,
Meadow Valley (treat,
PIOCIH NEVADA
Travis A Bro., Proprietors.
rONSTANTLY ON HAND AND
J to let on snort notice. Teams.
Buggies, ana saddle Horses.
ALSO ;
A Fin , Hearse, with careful at
. tendants.
Horses Bought and Sold.
At Auction or DT Private Sala.
feS STOCK BOARDED
Bjr the Da or Week, and carefully groomed.
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California Fruit Store
n.
1 ' ; vat,
S3 T TJ'
E3 V-f JL-J !..
North aide Main street, Pioohe, next door to
Uanulton i Saloon. ,
Dealer in Dairy Produce,
Fresh and 'Dried Fruits,
CONFECTIONERY, AND KVlRY KIND '
OT CANNED 0OOD3. .'
TTAVANA AND D0ME8TI0 CIOAR8. TOT
M.M. OloioattBtmaaioi
' Smokini Tobooeo.
AWi, TtmOf OrMMM sd TarMM,
Ranting gousfis.
STATE BMKjOF KETADA.
At Pioche, Lincoln county, Nov.
Board of Direction 1
J. W. Wright President
Barntm V . Field Vice President
W. II. Henderson Secretary
Harry I. Thoenton, I John B. Wilson,
C. WlEDERHOLD, EDWARD DONAHOE.
THE STATE BANK OF NEVADA WILL RE
CEIVE DEPOSITS OF COIN OR CI KREN
CY. either on OPEN ACCOUNT or to ISSUE CER
TIFICATES T1IEKEFOK, psyable on demand.
EXCHANGE FOR SALE,
-- seavx rroN
LONDON SALT LAKE CITY,
NEW YORK, HAMILTON,
BOSTON, SACRAMENTO,
CHICAGO, VIRGINIA 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 uniler telegraphic and mail orders, at
SAN FRANCISCO AND NEW YORK.
CURRENCY BOUGHT AND SOLD.
BARNUM W. FIELD.
Pioche, May 29, 1873. Bank Manager.
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PRITCHARD'S
FAST FREIGHT LINE
-ntoji
Palisades to Pioohe
F
The STATE BANK
....OF....
DRAWS
EXCHANGE ON ALL
THE
Principal Citiesof Europe.
TUB STATE BANK
HAS NOW COMPLETED ARRANGEMENTS
by which it is enabled to draw direct, not
only upon England, Ireland and France, but
also upon all of the principal towns of
8WIT7.KRLAND, BELGIUM, HOLLAND, OER-ej
MASY.KlKNIA.the rUI.AN l'8, DENMARK,
8WEEDEN. NORWAY, GALL1CA, HUN.
GAltY, ITALY, PORTUGAL and
SPAIN.
This will afford an opportunity for citirens of
the various nationalities to forward Bills of Ex
change that will be payable at any town they
may elect. aiu!5-tf
Ben. M. DuRell,
President.
Hugh Whitm,
Cashier
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL
$500,000.
Chas. H. Hempstead, Attorney.
Salt Late City
NATIONAL BANK
SALT LAKE CITY
UTAH
COLLECTIONS MADE IN THE STATES
of Nevada, California and Oregon, Territo.
ries of Utah, Montana. Idaho. Arizona and
W ashington, and remitted by Draft to any part
of the United States or Canada.
HIGHEST PRICE paid In Coin or Currency
for San Francisco Ooin Checks and Bullion.
NEW YORK.
CORRESPONDENTS.
f National Pare Bank,
214 Broadway,
SAN FRANCISCO.
LONDON
DONNELL. LAWSON ft Co..
4 Wall street.
California Titrsr Co.,
421 California street.
Jay Cooke, McCulloch S Co
41 Lombard at.
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AUTHORIZED BY
.THE.
STATE OF NEVADA,
UNDER AN ACT OF THE LEGISLATURE
Aproved March 3, 1871.
$265,000.00!
1 IN GOLD COIN IV PRIZES,
3 Grand Gold Coin Gifts of $25,000 $50,000
1 Grand Gold Coin Gifts of $15,000 30,000
2 Grand Gold Coin Gifts of $10,000 20,000
4 Gold Coin Gifta of $3,000 each 20,000
10 Gold Coin Gifts of $2,000 each 20,000
20 Gold Coin Gifts of $1,000 each. 20,000
60 Gold Coin Gifts of $500 each 30,000
100 Gold Coin Gifts of $200 each 20,000
300 Gold Coin Gifts of $100 each 30,000
600 Gold Coin Gifts of $50 each 25,000
1,000 Gifts, amounting to $205,000
The Concert will take place at VIRGINIA
CITY, on or before Oetolier 15, 1872.
Tickets $5 each. To be obtained at the office
of the undersigned, or at the counter ot the
State Bank of Nevada.
H. R. BREAKGT,
Special Agent for Lincoln County.
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Estrays Taken Up.
AT MY RANCH, KNOWN AS THE JACKMAN
Ranch, situated about 13 miles from Bul
lionville. In Meadow Valley, about tbe ltth of
June, 1872, one Roan Mare about seven years
old and branded with the letter N on the left
hip, vent on left shoulder and branded 0 over
the letter N on the left hip. Also one Brown
Mule Colt about 4 months old, with tbe mare
and also one Black Horse Mule abont one and
one-halt years old, branded tbe same as the
mar. Call, prove property, pay efcanmiamd
takeaway. r W&UAVJlOttiVIt, ,
Bopkine' Rush, Sept. 18th, 1176. eel-l!
IREI0HT FORWARDED IN ITO, TM
aim f AJlJUka Afaza AAaUB
-VIA-
aiixERAi, pn t. Ayr) ctmouL
No Charges t Forwarding.
a
Shippers please mark goods with FTJLl
NAME, to avoid confusion and Insure ooiek
deiivtry.
Mark Goods Care
"Pritchaid's F. F. L., PaUsaiM."
Goods to go through in FIVE DAYS ahoald
be marked " DIAMOND 1."
SLOW FREIGHT. ' DIAMOND 4."
WAREHOUSE: Main street, below Keedev
Valley street.
FREIGHTS PAYABLE IN GOLD COIN, a
Its equivalent, on delivery.
P. A. BOMMEN ..Agent at PALISADIt
GEORQE COWLES AgeDt at EUREKA ana
HAMILTON.
G. W. DWIGHT agent at PIOCHB
. , W. L. PRITCHARD, Proprietor.
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ROOP11TGI ;
THE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
furnish tue people of Eastern Nevada with
Asbestos, Tina Felt Roofing
H. W. Johns' Asbestos is recommended by
leading builders in the Eastern Statea to be su
perior to either tin or shingles, ss it neither ex
pands or contracts by heat or cold, and is prao.
tically fire and water-proof. It is JU Inches wide,
and is eaily applied by any one.
From Report Judges American Institute Exhibi
tion of ItiTO:
H. W. Johns' Improved Roofing " Is strong
and flexible, unaffected by the sun's heat; prao.
tically fireproof, and is really an article of the
first crder of merit." Signed,
HORACE GREELEY, Prest.
OEO. PEYTON. Hec. Sec'y.
SAM'L. D. TILLMAN, Cor. See'y.
Report of Judges American Institute, 1871.
" These materials prove, by their general use
and test of time, to answer their purposes ful
ly." " The Best Article in the market " Signed.
W. B. OGDKN, Vres t.
JOHN W. CHAMBERS, Rec. Sec'y.
SAM'L. D. TILLMAN, Cor. Sec'y.
This roofing is particularly adapted to mill!
and furnaces, as it is acid proof, and does not
sweat or rust.
Also Asbestos roof paint aad cement.
Canvas roofs made perfectly water-tight, by
Asbestos Cement.
Also, Asbestos roof paint, to be used on Asbes
tos, tin or shingles: and Asbestos Cement for bad
leaks, just or nail holes in tin before painting.
TIN ROOFING done up 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 ami other cheap,
flat-roofed buildings.
Send exact measurment of biufding over all,
and all roofs will be guaranteed to fit.
C. B. LOVELL.
. Agent for Eastern Nevada.
Pioche, August 20, 1872. au21 tf
DOUBLE DAILY
Stage to Bullionville..
I EAVES PIOCHE AND BT7L- m '"aVTIB.
iHONVlLLE MORNING and eyJftftg. !
EVENING, carrying freight ana passengers at
reasonable rates. A share of public patronage
is solicited. HICKOX & WABRKN.
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Pioche, Bullionville and Panaca Stage Lint
W. K. Sillier Proprietor
fiARRYTNG THE UNITED ,
V STATES Mall and Wells'
suk" vo express, leaves nucha every
...I'.uiog u ,-iui'K. iiemrrung, leaves'Mul-
lionville at 2 it n'clocv n. tn. jela.U
Donahoe & Quillin's
MEADOW VALLEY ST.... ...PIOCHB
ALL KINDS OP PASTRY TO ORDER AND1
constantly on bsnd.
. ALERSIN '
LIQUORS,
PKO vllOXS and
GENERAL GBOCEEIES.'
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W. MANNING'S
NEW JEWELRY mmmEffJ
I; . At Beeae'e Drag Store.
KEEPS CONST ANMLY ON BAND A tVt&
and choice assortment of i .
cu.jwsik ass tAsrsur kadi nmutt
, AMERICAN rORElGff WATOBMt '
And ell ether Oooda' appertalelng to iBa3'
class Jewelry Store, which Will to told at Maf,
ParHooiar atinHea paM $9 lkt IITAnrM
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