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v 4 1 1 ' , I 1 1 . I. .1 4 j I, . ! ' ;;' : I i f t i 'i 1 i t :. .. t si- : t I J i ' TIE PIOfHE DULY RECORD SIXDAV. ..DECEMBER , 1614 A. D. JONES.... EDITOR AOENCIE8. Kan Francisco MYRON AX GEL, 431 Montgom ery St. Boom So. 11, Sole Agent (or Rtcokd. Bur District. Utah-J. A. SCHMIDT k CO. Hamilton T. STARR. BosseU's Boolutore. wM. GEDLING, New Dealer in Goodrich's saloon, is oar Agent in Ballionville, and i authorised to receive subscriptions fur the Rico KB and receipt for the name. Virginia City I AS. McDOSALD. Kureka-F. LOEWY k CO. SPECI AL NOTICr- C. W. Cbakk, Book-keeper in the Becobd office, is alone authorized to collect bills due us iu Fiocke. Payments made to any other person will not be recognized. Holland & Tutor. Tioche, Dec. 5, 1872. legal fclct; and a similar unprepared con dition of the country for Ilia preM-ut liieaunra way bay no weight in prevent ing or retarding it. The admission of woiutn to the ballot . could hive no other thau a bad tft'ect npou the jxnitics of the country. Instead of wotnuii purifying polities, politics would corrupt womnn. The great design of the Creator was, that woman should be to man his consoler in affliction and sorrow, to share with him the blessings of his prosperity, to be tho guardian angel of his children, and lead them in the paths of virtue, (live woman the ballot, and she becomes man's rival, instead of his best friend and adviser. PIOCHE AXD ITS Fl TI KE. THE NEXT dlESTIOX. There la no longer any doubt that the question of woman suffrage is to be the next disturber of our political peace. It secured from the Philadelphia conven tion that nominated President Grant, last June, what it never before possessed, the important advantage of a recognized national status; and, although, during the hurly-burley of the canvass, this sig nificant fact was nearly lost sight of, it is now brought forward under circum stances which show that the female suffragists are determined to make the most of it. The resolution adopted by the Philadelphia convention on this sub ject is at follows: The Republican party is mindful of its obligations to the loyal women of Amer ica tor their noble devotion to the cause of freedom, and their admission to a wider field of usefulness is received with satisfaction, and the honest demands of any class of citizens for additional rights should be treated with respectful consideration. This is a partial pledge of the success ful party to the support of the proposi tion of female suffrage; and the proceed ings of the National Woman Suffrage Association just held in St. Louis, Mo.', proves that the advocates of the new idea are preparing to hold the Republican party to its promise. The following pre ambls and resolution adopted by the Suffrage Association constitntethe centre piece of its proceedings: Whereas, the National Republican plat form of 1872 affirms that the admission of woman to wider spheres of usefulness is viewed with satisfaction, and the hon est demand of women for additional rights shnll receive respectful considera tion, amd whereas the Republicans have a large majority in both Houses of Con gress; therefor Pkesolved that we call upon Congress to enact a law establishing impartial suffrage for all citizens, irrespective of sex, in the District of Columbia and the Territories, also to declare women eligi ble to all offices under the Government, with equal pay for equal work, also to submit a Sixteenth Constitutional Amendmend prohibiting political dis tinctions on account of sex. Here is a recitation of the Philadelphia pledge, a reminder to the Republicans that they are in a majority in Congress, and a formal call upon them to fulfill their promise. The last resolution " re joices at the recognition of the right of woman in the National Republican Plat form, and at the explicit indorsement of woman suffrage by the Republican Con vention of Massachusetts;" audit fur ther " congratulates the Republican party upon having enlisted the heart and in tellect and conscience of woman in its support," and " calls upon the party in its hour of victory to consolidate its su premacy by establishing impartial suf frage for all citizens irrespective of sex. The words afford a full view of the tre meudous change that this long derided but now half-triumphant movement in volves. " Impartial suffrage for all citi zens irrespective ol sex,' is a sweeping expression that leaves nothing out; it means, in the forcible language of thi Missouri Republican, the admission of white women and black women G.500, 000 of the former and 400,000 of the lat terto the ballot-box, with the further right of being elected to and holding of fice. Hitherto we have contemplated this thing as we contemplate the moon- as something to be looked at, but too re mote and inapproachable to ever be en countered. But the shout of triumph with which the association announce the success of the Republican party, and the perfect confidence with which they call upon that party to redeem its promise, warn us that the admission of 7,000,000 women to a participation in elections, the making of laws and the administra. tion of the government, is an imminent contingency. The Republican party has half promised to grant the demand, and the Republican party, having control of Congress and of thirty State Legislatures, is able to make good its pledge. It is too late to say that the masses of that party are not prepared for the question that in fact that they are opposed to th sweeping revolution which it involves, Their Philadelphia platform gave it semi-iudersement, and in electing a Re publican President and a Republican Congress on that platform, they may be considered to have approved every word in that platform, including the indorse ment of female suffrage. The XLIII Congress may adopt the proposed suffrage amendment to the Constitution. The fact that the Republican masses were sot prepared for negro suffrage, did not pre vent the party leaders from mnkiDg it a Pioche is the centre of a vast mining country, comprising not only the mines of Ely District, but those of Patterson and Bristol District iu Nye county, and of Star District in UUU Territory. From an almost unknown niiuing cauip two or three years ago, it has grown to be now the second town in the State, and from the outlook now presented it is not entirely vaiu to hope thiit it will in two or three years more become a formidable rival of Virginia City. The destructive fire which have lain waste the town uud left nothing visible but the charred and blackened ruins of toil and lubor, seemed only to stimulate to renewed action the dauntless spirits of a people who know no such word as fail. Not only were the buildings destroyed re-built, but the limits of the town extended beyond the expectations of the most sanguine. Where rude wot den houses once occu- ied prominent places along our princi pal thoroughfares, we now find splendid fire-proof buildings thiit present a ma jestic view. Mine after mine has been located, and capital has sought invest ment here, bringing abundant labor in its train. Labor here receives a rich reward, and every man who is able and willing to work whether engaged in any of the learned professions, iu mechani cal pursuits or daily labor can here find remuneration for his work. For idleness thero is no excuse, for all can find w ork and at good prices. The prog ress of events has brought to our town daily stage lines from the East and the West, and the yield of the mines has made it necessary that a railroad be con Btruced for the shipment of ores from the mines to the mills. As an evidence of our increased and permanent pros perity we note with great satisfaction and even pardouablo pride the establish ment of a daily paper to meet the require ments of our crowing camp. Iu the future we look to the extension of the Bullionville Railroad to its connection with the Utah Southern, thus placing Pioche iu railroad communication with Salt Lake. We may also mention the incorporation of a company, with some of Nevada's staunehest men as corpora tors, for the construction of a railroad from Palisade, via Eureka, to Pioche, the completion of which will give to our camp tho advantage of communication by rail with points west ot us and con nection with the railroad system of Cali fornia. The construction of a railroad to connect the Central Pacific with the th parallel road will probably run very near to if not directly through the town of Pioche. Altogether the outlook more than hopeful. tTflrgrapuic gi$uitchc$. SPECIAL TO THK riOC'HK l.AILV KKVI:D PACIFIC COAST. . Salt Lake, Dec. C G. Griffiths com mitted suicide in the 1 1th . ward on Thursday. He was a Welshman, aged 48 years. He had been married three times in Wales. He was married to his present wife several years before coming to America, and became a Morman while in Wales. He was very abusive to all ot his wives, and often threatened his last wife. She reached Utah a year be fore he died, and furnished a house and sent the means to bring him here. Soon after his arrival the troubles became greater, and the wife determined not to live with him any longer, and sought a divorce. She sought and obtained work as a servant, but was still pursued by Griffiths, who threatened to kill her as well as himself if she would not live with him. Yesterday morning Griffiths went to where she was staving, una after unking some disturbance aud being in duced to leave, returned to the house, when he seized his wife and endeavored to shoot hc-r. She got away and ran. He chased her down the street, and after firing ine ffectually a shot or two, finally truck her, and she fell. He also chased two ladies, both of whom escaped. Re turning to his wounded wife, he put the pistol to his ear, and after snapping it three times, fired, and he fell dead. San Francisco, Dec. 7. The war about the Shipping Commission goes on. A New Qdaeiz Battkby. A short time since, says the Deer Lodge Independent we mentioned that our townsman, G Owlin, had invented a new quartz bat tery. One day this week wo examined the model that is to be placed in the Patent Office. The battery is so arranged that the quartz is crushed iu about the size of ordinary peas under the first stamp. It is then curried by a chute un dcr the second stamp, which has less drop and double tho speed of the first Here a finer screen is used, and it then passes down to stamp No. 3, where it is reduced to dust. The last stamp being run faster than the second will have less drop. For example: The first drop will fall ten inches, the second seven inches and the third four inches, and so geared that the first will drop 1U0 times per minute, the next 200 and the last 300, The inventor claims that, by the use of this battery, the same number of stamps will thoroughly pulverize one-half more quartz in a given time than that by the old style of batteries. The invention is a novel one, and we doubt not w ill prove a valuable adjunct to mining. Th Only Nickel Mine. Few people are aware, says the American Manufac turer, that the nickel, from which our smaller coins are made, comes from a single mine, which is the only one in the country that is now being worked. This mine is situated in Lancaster county, Pa. It has been worked for seventeen years, and developed to a depth 61 200 feet. The length of this lode is between two and three thousand feet, and it produces from 400 to 600 tons per month, employ ing in the working cf tbe mine a force of 176 men. In tbe arts, nickel is fast grow ing into favor as a substitute for silver in plating steel, iron and other metals. Its commercial demand is rapidly in creasing, and as it is much cheaper than silver, it will undoubtedly be adopted in the manufacture of many articles, as a substitute for that more precious metal. One mine, the Mine-la-Motte tract, Mis souri, was worked from 1850 to 1855. The ore was the Bulphnret, associated with lead and copper. About $100,000 was realized from the croppings of the vein. Croppings of nickel ore are found also in Madison, Iron andJWayno coun ties, Missouri. The refined" metnl is worth 3 per ponnd. meeting of American ship masters was Id to-day, at which rssolutions were adopted sustaining the course of Com missioner Stevenson, praising the nets of the British shipmasters, and plediug the members present not to pay either the bounty of $40 on seamen or the al lowance of $50 wages, made to cover that item. There were 77 deaths iu this city dur ing the week. Yallejo, Cal., Deo. 7. The Vallejo City Hall has been accepted by the Building Committee of the Board of Trustees from Fry, the contractor. The last instal ment thereon was paid. The value of wheat shipped this year from South Yallejo to European ports is $1,450,790. San Rafael, Cal.. Dec. 7. The C. P. R. R. Co. had several surveyors at work last week surveying between San Pedro and Point San Qneutin. The supposed intention will be to build a branch road along the edge of the Bay, if they are not given the right of way nearer San Rafael. Portland, Oregon, Dec. 7. Cars com menced running on First street, from the Clarendon to Carothers's, this morning. The steamer John L. Stephens sails for San Francisco on Monday evening. Ben Holliday has sold out his interest iu the Bulletin newspaper. Los Angeles, Deo. 7. The steamer Arizona has not arrived at San Pedro She iH 27 hours overdue at Santa Bar bara. No tidings of her since she left San Francisco. A feeling of anxiety pre vails. Th weather at San Pedro last night, and along the coast to San Diego was squally. The wind storm on th plains is the most violent known for years. EASTERN. Washington, Dec. 6. Attorney Gene ral Williams has written a letter to Gov. Scott, stating as his judgment that it is impracticable and improper to grant in discriminate pardon to the convicted Ku Klux of York and Chester counties, or to any persons described only by locality that the application of pardon ought to be made in individual cases, and stating grounds therefor. Packard, President of the Louisiana Rc?pub!ican State Convention telegraphs to Chandler, Secretary of the National Committee, that the Republican Electoral College received "certificates of election from the Canvasssing Board yesterday, and cast the vote of Louisiana for Grant and Wilson. Barney Woods, convicted of the mur der of Samuel N. Cheeseman, on the 12th of last August, was hanged in the District juil yard to-day. New York, Dec. C Judge Brady will probably preside at the trial of Stokes next Monday. Tweed's case has been continued- counsel for the defense arguing that the Assistant District Attorney had shown prejudice, in that he had published let ters reflecting on Tweed, and was conse quently unfit to appear before the Grand Jury as advisory counsel to urge the find ing of indictments. Washington, Dec. C I. S. Marshal Packard, of New Orleans, telegraphed to the Attorney General to-day his action in taking possession of the State House, under order of Judge Durell; also, that the Court rendered a judgment in the case upon which the order was based granting an injunction. New Orleans, Dec. 6. Warren Stone the famous surgeon, died this eveuing. Sixty-five of the Returning Board (de cided to be the legal one by the IT. S District Court) demanded from War- mouth all documents relative to the elec tion of November 4th in his possession The Governor has not yet responded. Louisville, Dec. 7. No. 6,450 drew the capital prize in the Library Lottery for $75,000. The first 31 numbers drew prizes ranging from $75 to $750. New York, Dsc. 7. A Paris special says the Government will adopt one of three courses iu reference to the report of the Committee of Thirty. First The retiiguution of the Cabinet, and the for mation of another from the left entire, thus detaching votes from the right, end organizing a new majority favorable to the Government; Second The formal declaration of the impossibility of con tinuing the Government under existing circumstances, and an appeal for the dis solution of the Assembly; Third A com plete reform of the Government, and ac ceptance of a Cabinet exclusively from tbe right. The latter course is most un likely, but is more probable thau the resignation of Thiers. The New York World says several prominent business men have just sent, by the steamer Tyler, the money for the purchase of Simians, San Domingo. They have become satisfied that the pur chase which Congress rejected would be a profitable one, and have renewed the bargain with Baez on their own account. Sinclair Touey addressed a letter of thauks to President Grant for the great respect shown by him to Greeley. The Averall paint works, in Brooklyn, were damaged by fire last evening; loss $28,000. Stanley's lectures here have been aban doned. FOREIGN. London, Dec. 6. There was a better supply of gas last night than at any time since the culmination of the stokers' strike. The cas companies are filling the places of the strikers. Halifax, December 7. The steamship Queen, from Liverpool for New York, put in here short of coal, and with sick ness on board. She anchored iu quar E. B. Mott. Jb.. Sacramento. O. H. Fi.h, Pioclie. Jobk O. Mott. Kun-ka. MOTT, FISH & CO., Meadow "Valley st., PIOCHE - - - - NEVADA, IMPORT33RS And Dealers in HARDWARE, MILl AID MINING GOODS. Dnpoiit's Blasting Powder, Giant Powder ant Caps; Candles and Fuse, CheckJStolen. AiuyrioKD k rXV CHECK. So , faor cf T. Haoly, for S14U Jn.ui the undersigned yrt rUy. All nT" arc cautioned agaiuat negotiating; th, It'' payment baa been popped. w u Ptorhe, December 3d, 1H72. CITY CLUB ROOMS i - ALWAYS OPEN. STOCK J lsrof i - BRpVTX, ALX.EX & FIXAGIX d4f , , Blacksmith's Iron and Hardware, Steel. Q--A.S PIPE, I Main Street, TtLfe , PIOCHE, , NEXT DOOR TO THE RECORD OFFICE PEARS ALL fc CO. Kuccesnors to JASPEK HAJtROLD, ARE NOW HEADY TO FURNISH THP Finest Meats of all kind, at turn Wholesale or Itotull. Hive us a call. , Qui FOR SALE, In) Iarfre or Small Q.uantltiea, Dry Pine Wood. To be doll trered at short notice. Apply to n3-lm J. B. E. CAVALLIEB. Steam and Cas Fittings, Brass Goods, Belting, Etc. ntine. dttcir avfrtisifiufnts. Trial Jurors Excused Until JANUARY 9, 1873. Court Takes a Recess UNTIL JANUARY (I, 1873. A General Assortment of STOVES TIN AND COPPER WARE, NAILS. H OVHE FURNISHING OOOD8, Capcnter and Millwright's Tools, Doora and Windows, Russia Iron Battery Serei-m Made to Order, Cutting and Fittiuu Oss Pipe. LOST! 4 BOUT FIVE O'CLOCK SATURDAY AF- 2 V ternoon. on Meadow Valley Btreet. three nr iour linns ol a uoltl walcn l lialn. The fi&der will please leave it at Hherwood Bros, lor which be will be suitably rewarded. P. H. WAND'S SALOON, Corner Main and Meadow Valley sts., Best Wines, Liquors etca This is deservedly a plscs of general resort by mi wnomauige in a social glass. uiye me a call. ol-tf FOR RENT. T1"RS. JOB OFFERS FOR REST THE IT! TUiarriiTia Hmiiu. on Par.a. Flo T1...1 house is well furnished, and has a aoodiiJjl run of custom. Apply on the premises. i!7-Jt Mill and Furnace Work Done on Short Notice And Guaranteed, to Oive Satisfaction. dJ-tf MOTT, FISH i CO, CAUTION. ALL PERSONS ARE CAUTIONED AGAINST negotiating a check of Meadow Valley Mining Company, dated Pioche, August 81st, 1872, beingNo..444.infayorof W. e. Moodv. for $1,008.00, and having sundry endorsements, o MuiB um ueuu lost ma payment stopped. fiocue, Jjecemoer, o, lHri. d7-lm Fresh Roll Batter 1 ROM Tom Plane's Ranch. TUST 3 more to come. nl7-tf RECEIVED A FRE9H SUPPLY, AND i'or sale in Pioche only by U1UST1 s UUSUIUNA. Donahoe & Quillin's Baltory. MEADOW VALLEY BT PIOCHE A LI. KINDS OF PASTRY TO ORDER AND is. constantly on hand. - DEALERS IN LIQUORS, PROVISIONS and GENERAL GROCERIES. THE STATS BANS OF NEVADA DIVIDEND NOTICE. TY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DIREC- 1J TION, a Special Dividend of Tun ner . .. . upuu Biuuuui ui tapiiai ncocx paid in, will be paid to shareholders of The State Bank oi nevaaa. on Tuesday, December 10th. Said Special Divideud will be paid to Stock uoiuen, pro reia, in oraer oi me time of pav ment oi original subscription, and will be paid by Issuance of shares of stock, and, in Instances where fractional amounts are due nv.r nA above one share, shareholders csn have their option, either to receive said fraction in coin, based upon par value, or they by adding proper mem luerciu, uave privilege ol receiving one Ehare of stock at par value. - The dividend to be paid la from actual net coin earnings ot the Bank, after passing to the credit of the Reserve Fund more than the legal requirement. Transfer Book closed fmm Sth to 11th Inst. BARNUM W. FIELD, Manage, Pioche, December 4, 1871. d7-3t SOLAR SALT CO. f S NOW PREPARED TO SUPPLY MILLS with pure salt, in qualities to suit. SALOON FOR SALE. ANY PERSON DESIRING TO PURCHASE a good assortment of Liauors. etc.. and a Saloon doing a good business, can learn of a osrgain Dy applying at this office. d?-tf 27-tf B. F. SIDES, Agent. At Wells, Fargo & Oo"i CHECK LOST. TTkRAWN BY WELLS, FAR OO & CO., ON 1 an tTancisco, in favor of Thomas Price, for $S4.2, dated October 4, 1873, and numbered 96. All persons are cautioned against nego- tisting said cneck.as payment has been stopped. nao-im thomas rKlCE. . LOST. a POCKET BOOK WITH CHAIN AT. &. TACHED. on Main street, between llecnni omoa ana uonnerton s lee Cream Saloon, con- tawing two lottery Tickets and some change The finder will be reasonably rewarded b' leaving it at Uonnerton's Ice Cream Saloon. dl-lw St. John and A. M. lodjr, I'. D., PEARL HOUSE, MAIS STREET PIOCHE, NET., NEXT TO PH. FELSENTHAL. FINE WINES & LIQUORS. CLUB BOOMS Connected with the House, up and down stairs. Ja7-tf DANKER PIERSON. Prop'ra 'til Hall an Laroar Street. Stated Communications. Fourth RatnM.v Evening in each month. Called Communica tions, First, Second and Third Saturday Even- jog., at i u cioca. A. A. YOUNO, W. M. torn B. Shaw, Secretary -. ,.. nl9-tf CONCERT HALL, I.ACOFR STREET, OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE. D. WILKIN'S SALOON, 9 flKT OPENED I plote aaaortmeut ot WITH A COM glass! LACOUR STREET ......PIOCHE CITY. HA VINO THOROUGHLY REFITTED this Saloon It is again open. When you would take a social drop in and see a fellow. The best brands of , " , ' ' , Wines, Liquors, Cigars Always on hand. Call and see ma. mr80-tf HEADQUARTERS SALOON WINES, r LIQUORS AND FREE dS-ti DANCES EVERY EVENING, MYERS, It SMITH. J. E. LUCAS. AGENT PALACE .JCLVB fiOOIfS. RUSSELL SCOTT THIS HOUSE, SITUATE ON PANACA FLAT, opposite the Meadow Valley Company's old Office, is now in complete running order, with full stock of FINE WINES, LKJUORg, ClOAllS. Hand Made Sour Mash Copper Distilled yt nisiy always en nana ana tor sale. Jy3-tf Philadelphia Brewery. MAIN STREET, PIOCnE, BCHUSTRICH k KLEINS.. .....PROPRIETORS IS FURNISHING A SUPERIOR ARTICLE OF Lager Beer. In quantities to suit, at the low. est rates. Adjoining camps supplied on short nonce. JTM-tf TTA8 OPENED CLUB ROOMS OVER HAL. II PIN'S Hardware Store, Main street, and uas i-onnecira inerewun a nana some uar. Persona vlaitinst the PALACE can relv on the best of accommodations, and when other amusements are required it will not be neceasa. ry to go elsewhere. , ... , ,r ,., , o27-tf . i, ... ., i ... v GRADING. JOIH PIIDMOII ' WILL ATTEND TO ALL ORDERS FOR grading Lots Cellars, kc, at abort notice. Satisfaction guaranteed. All orders left at Tom Forsyth s Restaurant, opposite Clarke k Bro Lower Main street. JOHN FRIDMORE. nlB-tf WATER ! WATER ! THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING RESDMFD the Wuler Business, will supply- Fresh Water from tile ft-Mlle Wells At the following rates: , Withiu the main limits of the town, bv ntti S cents per gallon; beyond the Divide Meadow Valley street, and not beyond , Bowery mine, 4 cents per gallon. di-tr hf.o, c. JOHNSTON. BANCROFT'S (721 MAUKKT SI) HOLIDAY PRESF.NTS. STANDARD BOOKS IN FINE BINDING, Christinas (.lift Books. Elegant QilVn' Choice Poems, Fine Stationery, Japanese Pibi. net, etc. We have an immense stock oiele. gsntly Illustrated Books and a magnificent as. irtnu-ut of Choice stationery, suitable for HnH. day presents, which we are offering si Sew York Prices. Photograph Albums, Bibles ana Prayer Books, Ladies' Work Boxes, Ivory Csrt Cases, Children's Books, Portfolios, Writing Desks, Gold Pens, Diaries for 1873, Monogram Crist, Pocket Cwtlrrr. Engraved Viiittns Cards. Bancroft's is the place to buy Holiday Prents. A. L. BANCROFT A CO. ntf.lin Hsn Francisco, Oil. FOR SALE, A HOUSE AND LOT ON CEDAR STBllT. immediately opposite the Eniaronal Church. House well adapted for a family, and i is a desirable place for a Boarding House and Laia- 1I1RS. Inquire at nlttf JESSE BEENE'S DRUG STORE. WANTED. SITUATION BY AN EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER. Apply at this office. . nS04t WOODRUFF & Mil. HI. ANATOMICAL BOOT MAKERS, Opposite Old Theatre Building, Meadow Valley Street, Pioche. Stook. At "Work.m.B.n.Bliip' Superior to Anything in PIOOHH, NOTHING BUT THE BEST FRESCH Product Leather used. A Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Repairing doiae with Neat ties end', Dispatch. nl9-tf WANTED TO KNOW THE WHEREABOUTS OF Thes.. Wells Taylor or "Tom Taylor.'" who owned minim? claims at Rabbit cieek. Cal ifornia, and who run a passenger train tram said place to yuincy, Cal., in 1855. 11a will and greatly to his interest to call at once upon tke undersigned. D. I. WILMANH, November atith, 1H7. n'is-iw J. WAGNER'S LODGING HOUSE, Main street, Pioche, above Thornton k H Kelley'a law office. . , , iki Rooms Furnished in the beat style, ssj adapted for tamiliea or single gentlemen. (n'l' MRS. WARD, AS ON HAND A NICK ASSORT- ment of Goods, and solicits the I patronsge of the public i - Her prices are moderate. ' ,v RicarnEHCK on Lacour street, between ins Court House and Postofflce. HA C2 Miss Bertha Abrahams HAS JUST OPENED . ..An A FIRST CLASS RESTAlRA.Aa N MEADOW VALLEY , street, in the build-1 ing formerly occupied by 1 . V. 11 ... Dut.nMiil Guests may be assured of receiving everjt"" to be obtained in this market, served in the - .. w- 1 1 - .1. - ..fnn.l,,n nf HUT irK'luB and the public generally to our house, and re spectfully claim a share of patronage. ' ""' 6& EMOVAI" yPel'O'TOOLSSH' RESPECTFULLY INFORMS HIS and the public that ha Is now permsnrnu, located on . .... 151 ' Main street! neit door to Ely Resord office. ,f Ait cut of ti, Powtrof e8tawl ri ii Bfpntj OoajUB.it, .i.'n f,''' When he has on hand a law stock .t i FRENCH WATaUSe ie Of th very best brandst also. '"'JUr ment of shoe findings and WSi mod. I foundlna-wiegutata4V)candao v The moat difficult feet fitted With oars. taction guaranteed ta star ese. ilea. N. B. Repairing neatly ana rW!-. . aie Call lit tha Ploehc Dllr Roeo for Job RrtntlatT " r-r T" 1 '