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i ! 4 5$ ? , f -i M . V 1 I ! ' t ."i f tit i . . ' ' !': r THE PIOCnED VILV REfORij FRIDAY DECEMBER . 11 A. D. JONES .kpitoh AGENCIES, tea FmnclKO-SmtOX ANGEL. Montpom- ry bt.-Hoom So. 11, Sole A 'or R Star District, ltoh-J. A. SCHMIDT k CO. Uiaalton T. STAKE. Russell's Bookstore. JC GEBLINO News Dealer in Goodrich's saioon. is oar' -U'ent in Bullionvillc and is authorized to receive subscripuoua for the Rn-oap and iwipt for the " Viiyima O.tr-JA. Mc-KOXALD. Eoreka-F. LOEWY A CO. 3 42 2 1 di- THE PROSPECTORS. Xo men have June more for the devel opment of wliat, for years, was popularly known as tbe unexplored regions than the hardv, indomitable, dauntless pros pector. A spirit of adventure sent the first train, of any consequence, across the plains to California in 1S10. In 1S-J9 the gold excitiimeut caused an unprece dented rush of the more daring, and in the years following a settled conviction that they would benefit their condition caused a lura number to seek their wel fare on the thores of the Pacific. From the days of '4'J, as a camp failed to pay an ounce a day. there were those more dauntless, more hiruy, more dis.'reet end of better judgment, who were sent out by other parties, or went of their own volition, to some remote and un known region in quest of better diggings taking with them only a semt supply of the most substantial food, their blan kets an! their ever-faithful shooting irons, with the necessary ammunition. Then, with ail their worldly goods lashed upon pack animals, they sally forth to other and unknown regions, enduring privations, braving dangers from the beasts of the forests, and tho savages who, from time immemorial, may have held undisputed sway iu tho wild, un known regions to which the discerning eye of the daring prospector peints. In this way the vast wealth of Nevada was unfolded to the world, and its tons of bullion added to the world's wealth. The mines of Montana, Idaho, Arizona, Utah, Colorado and Xew Mexico would be unknown to-day but for the energy and endurance of the prospector ; and it will hardly h denied by any one that the railroal across the continent owes its completion at so early a period to the discoveries of new mines, which afforded a field for operations, added to the wealth of the country, and inspired capitalists with confidence in the permanency of the country. Notwithstanding the hard ships he endures, tho privations ho suf fers, the dangers he encounters, and the difficulties he has to overcome, he hag fewer of what may be termed tho enjoy ments of life than any one else. Yet he may console himself with the reflection that the popular voice proclaims him the pioneer of civilization the beuefactor of his race. Thi result of the vote in the ilectord College is now known. The Electors in the seven States that voted for Greeley nd Brown at the polls acted without any unanimity, and many voted on their own-ook. The rote for Tre-siJect in these seven States were thus divid.d: Greeley B. Gra'tz Brown T. A. Hendricks C. J. Jenkins David Davis. .- For Vice Tn-sidest the vote was vided as follows: Brown j X. P. Banks " G.W. Julian 5 A. H. Cloquit 5 J. M. Palmer , 3 T. E. Eromlette 3 V. S. (iroesbeck 1 W. B. JIuclvcii 1 In Missouri one Elector on the Greeley and Brown ticket refused to vote for Brown either for President or Vive Pres ident a case without predecent iu the history of Presidential elections. (Telegraphic J tepatch c$ . SPECIAL TO THK PIOCHK DULY HKCuliU Tin last letter written by Horace Gree ley was to Alexander McClurc, bearing date the last day Mr. Greeley was at his editoriul office. It was written in reply to one expressing sympathy with Mr. Greeley for the loss of his wife and the political misfortune that so suddenly fol- owed. Here it is: Xew York, Xov. 10. Mi Deab Fkiend I am a man of many sorrows, and doubtless nave ob served them. But I beg to say that I do not forget the gallant though luckless struggle you made m my behalf. 1 am not well. Yours, Hoback Giu.kley. To CjI. A. K. McClv.re. Whisky and Tobacco. Iu the House of Representatives, recently, Mr. Dawes, of Massachusetts, stitcd that in a short time all the internal taxes would be abol ished, except those on whisky and to bacco. As theso articles can hardly be classed as necessary, we shall be glad to see the day when they alone arc subject to taxation. With all the growling about taxes, it seldom occurs to people that the most burthensome of all taxes is self- imposed. Don't You Wast to Mabbx? We clip the following advertisement from one of our exchanges: Matrimonial. A Widow of 30 sum mers, of refinement and cultivated taste, desires to open correspondence with a gentleman of suitable years, in possession of wealth and respectability, in view of matrimony. Exchange of references de sirable. Address: Mrs. Annie Laura Gidutngs, C2 East 12th street, Xew York City. Care of Mrs. P. Cole. We have the years and respectability, but are not in possession of wealth suffi cient to meet the expectations of the gen tle Anuio Laura. Centennial Celebration. This is a movement in which all Americans, of whatever political party, feel a deep in terest and just pride. But it will cost something, as at a late meeting of the Commissioners appointed by the several States, there was presented an estimato of the cost of the centennial celebration at Philadelphia in 187G. The total estimated cost is $7,500,000, and the report shows a probable income of only $5,000,000 leaving a balance of ?2, 500,000 to be provided for. The Commissioners are promised that all the balance not col lected from the several States to make good this deficiency will be paid by Penn sylvania. But it was plausibly enough urged by a Xew Jersey Commissioner that the United States ought to pay the whole deficiency, since this is not nn affair of the State of Pennsylvania, but of the entire nation. A divorce cass, founded upon the un usual plea that the marriage was compul sory and contracted under protest, is pend ing in a Baltimore Court. The plaintiff is Iho husband, who says that in July, 1871, he was politely invited to the house of his father-in-law by that gen tleman, who, getting him there, was so anxious for an immediate marriage between his daughter and the plaintiff that he held the latter as a prisoner, by thre&thening his life, while the clergy man who had been provided performed the ceremony. The plaintiff declares that iu all hiB affirmative responses dur ing tne ceremony he added the proviso. 11 this is legal," and he now asks that the marriage may be d-clared null and void. County Division. The papers in Lander county are divided on the ques tion of creating a new county, with Eureka as the seat of justice. The Sen tinel favors the proposition, and urges its adoption with great zeal. The Reveille opposes it with vehemence. The fight is purely a county affair, and though it dees not concern us, we venture to sug gest that the people in the territory of the proposed new county should have their wishes respected. If they desire a new county, they certainly ought to have it. ' Is the Postmaster General's report we find that in the last fiscal year 4,641 let ters "had no Address whatever," and that "62,337 were misdirected, the Post office, State, or some necessary part of the address being omitted;" while "312, 846 were detained for postage, not being prepaid as required by law." The returns of the late State election wera canvassed on the 10th inst., by the Board of State Canvassers, aud it was found that C. V. Kendull was elecetd to Congress by a majority of 701 ; Thomas P. Huwley, Judge of the Supremo Court, by a majority of 1,305, and C. A. V. Tut- uam, State Printer, by a majority of 1,350. Grant's majority was 2,150. The proprietors of the San Francisco Chronicle received their friends in their new establishment on the 21st. We re gret that we could not avail ourself of the invitation to be present. The Chron icle is among the most wide-awake jour nals of the country. A Co-Operative Printing Company has been organized in San Francisco, aud it has already secured the outsides of 22 newspapers to print. Of these, 19 are iu California, 2 in I'evada, and 1 in IdMio. J. C. Lkwis has withdrawn from the Reno Crescont. Hereafter the paper will be issued on Tuesday. Personal Journalism. The Bulletin aud other journals of its inferior class are deriving much satisfaction from the idea that since Raymond, Bennett and Greeley are dead, "personal journalism" will be at an end; that is to say, no writer for the public press will be indi vidually distinguishable above his co temporaries, or capable of identifying his name with that of the journal to which he belongs. That is like the little imps holding a jollification over the re ported death of the Devil, under the im pression that the supreme ruler having exnirsd. they are to come into authority in the infernal realms, aud it is about as reasonable. So long as journalists sur vive or come into existence with suffi cient ability and force to impress their individualities upon the age that they live m, there will be personal journalism and nnderrulinas like the conductors of the Bulletin will have to be content with an unavoidable impersonality. So long as there are men of great eminence in all professions, it were as well to talk of impersonal Law, or impersonal Divinity, r . -1 t 1! rtj as oi impersonal journuusiu. io. r. Republican. . Okioin of the "Editorial" in Ameb ica. The press is no longer what it was when Mr. Greeley began his career in this city, an unfriended, uuknown, awk ward and uupromisina printer a lad With the single exception of the Evening Post, not one of the so-called journals of that day was in the habit of commenting upon the topics bi general interest. Ad vertisements, marine .and police reports, the scanty news brought by the mails, or by foreign ships, and the communica tions from the "Constant Reader," or ironi "isrutus" and "Aericola," consti rated their acntents. It was the fortune. we believe, of our venerable senior edi tor to introduce the practice of editorial comment on the affairs of the day, and the example was speedily followed by oiuers, vuiunei atone, Major aoan, Charles King, and more lately bv Mr. Greeley, who became one of the most earnest, able and conspicuous. New lorx t-vening i osi. PACIFIC COAST. San Francisco, Dec. 2G. The United Slates war steamer California siils f.r Honolulu to-day. William Wilson, nttorney for AfnoET," of diamond fauie, is expected lure next week to institute suits for libel iu b.-hnlf of Arnold. William Wilbur has been arrete.l for passing bogus coin. It rained very heavily last night, and has not yet ceased. Christmas was properly observed at ail charitable and penal institutions ill the city yesterday. William Di uovnn, who is to be hunted to-morrow, iemains cheerful, and ex presses his willingness to die. He does not wish to see either bis sister or broth er. Reverend Father Spreckels is his spiritual adviser. Frederick R. Lane was arraigned iu the 12th District Court to-day for tii :l under an indictment for the murder of Harvey Swift, on the 13th of last March. Lane was driver on one of the Bay View street cars, and engaged in a name of cards at the Potrero. An altercation en sued, and Swift was shot. Lane gave himself up, aud Swift was not seen after death. At 10:30 the jury Lad been formed, aud testimony was being tuktn in the jiresence of a large crowd. FOREIGN". Madrid, Dec. 25. A bill providing for the emancipation of the slaves iu Porto Rico was read in the lower branch of the Cortes yesterday. All slaves are to be free within four months after the pro mulgation of the law. Slave owners aie to bo indemnified for their property. Many Deputies expressed their approval by cheers. After its reading the Govern ment again announced that the reform in Cuba was postponed. The Porto Rico emancipation bill pro vides that slave owners receive 80 per cent, indemnity, of which the state shall pay 40 cents, ami the colony the remain der. Corry, Pa., Deo. 2(i. By Iho accident yesterday it is ascertained that 21 Wero killed altogether and recovered ; 1G are so charred as to be unknown ; 4 are in the Chatauqua House awaiting relatives. and one at Prospect. There are yet from three to five bodies under the ru ins unrecognizable. Xew York, Dec. 23 The Tribuns to morrow will publish the following addi tional particulars of the Goose creek railroad disaster : The cars turned com pletely over and bottom sido up. They fell perpendicularly to the ground below a distance of 20 feet. Tho cars struck tho tracks, which crashed through the bottoms. Tne stoves were directly under the tracks aud were crushed. The wood work then took fire. Of 4G people known to ba iu tho cars, but one escaped uniu jured, namely, the brakemau on the pas senger coach, who jumped clear of the cars as they were failing. The wood work of the passenger car, thichly coated ns it was with varnish, burned freely. and before anything could bi done by the force, at hand to prevent it, the flames enveloped both ends of the curs. Toward the centre, penned within it at this time, with no possible chance to ex tricate themselves, wero 43 adult passen gers, the conductor and one child. Of those seated in tha ends of cars none escaped. About 25 dead and living were taken out, and the flames extinguished more correctly speaking, went out for want of anything further to feed upon. lhe remains of tne other passengers were recovered, and all were brought to this place. Tho roll foots up as follows: Saved, all more or less injured, ID; dead, 19; missing, 8. The dead, with I ex ceptions, were so bunied as to be unre cognizable from tho features. Five wero headless aud without Linus. J lie re maining ones had the tlesm all burned off Thk Diamond- Swindle. It is fi jued up now that Arnold and his confederates received $750,000 for their diamond mines. For traveling tipensc and " s dt," they iaid about $5o,00U, so that they are ahead un eveu $700,000. The seizure of Arnold's property in Kentucky will be of bnt little concern to the owner, if he can get out of the country with the coin he obtained from the San Fraueisoo luAi whotbought themselves sharp. The gcin-ral impression is that some of Ar nold's colleagues might be found iu San Francisco, iu the ersous of some who ni making a great deal of noise about his alleged rascality. The grand jury is still investigating the matter, audit looks as if Arnold, black and another would be indicted. We do not suppose that they will ever be brought to trial aud con victed, because men who have made nearly a million of dollars tv their ras cality are not often treated that way. Oakland Xews. Grand SI a sonic a rjU!E MASONS OF PIOCUF. AND VICINITY i will give s Ball on Friday, tha 27th Dcccmbor, (St. JuUu'n Ilti)-) AT Jacobs is OviltciVa Ha.lL All so;..iirn;iii.; M'-ieous atv coriliilly invit. d. C'4riiiiii!ttr of Arranjrrinrtt.B. A. A. Young, 1. Vt Writflit, A. IJrowij. U. McAlp.u, 1-'. Miiiht, . V. (my, A. J. lllair. Tickets ilia.M $.'..00. Thk champion driuktr of this city, says the San Francisco Call of Deeemtier 11, is a colored man named "Kph," who lives on tho "Barbaiy Coast., About noon yesterday he went into a saloon on the "Coast," called for and was Srrved with the following iiinount of liquor, which he made into a punch : Braudy, 0 pints; whiBkv, 3 pints; rum, 2 pints; gin, 4 pints ; Litters, 1 pint ; water, 1 pint ; sugar, (liquid measure,) I pint. Total, 15 pints, or one gallon aud seven eighths. This he mixed and drank in a period of half an hour, and went home. At midnight he was still alive. AccoBDisci to the last census the totul number of horses in the Cuited States was estimated at two millions, and their value at 000,000,000. Statisticians es timate that three per cent, of this num ber will be lost by the prevailing epidem ic. If this prove to be correct the peo ple of the United States will los.- 00.000 horses, valued at If l'J.UHO.OJJ. A late dispatch from Cinciuuatii says that dur ing the month just past 1 1 1 hor des uiud of the disease iu that city. mniKTvi ivi. ..U(LESaj VKALEtt is WINES and HQUOaJ NVxt lijer to tl.f not UK - . . . dll-tf True BitAVKitY is sedate and inoffen sive; it refuses to submit to insult; be gins no disputes, enters no needless quarrels, aud is above tho little, trouble some ambition to be distinguishid every moment; it bears in silence, aud replies with modtsty, fearing no enemy, and making none; and is as much ashamed of insolence as cowardice. William O'Xeil died at Belmont last Sunday, from a blow received ou the previous evening at a drinking saloon. Erysipelas set iu, and death soon fol lowed. ILureka bentinel, Dec. J2. Ilicil. CONNOHS In this city, Dec. a'lth, uf iincmno- nia. William Conuurx, a native oi Iniuua, aged abuut 47 years. Daily Stage Line, PIOOHE ro AXIi HALF-DAILY l-ii.).M hajiu.'I'o.v to s'K!:i.i. ckki.k TMVI3 oc CO., Proprietors. ClARUYIVil V. H. MAIL AND WEI.I.H, FAK- GO CO.'S EXI'UF.SS. lioth Lines HPtvly Htm-ketl with Vint A.MKItK VX IIOKSKS mill new J'OM'UUU (OACHKS. Stu(;.-M leave FliM-he Daily at N A. M., unking cluue cotiiiet-ttnu witu ltailruu.l stuge from Ham ilton. urncE ut W11k. Faro t'o.'s. ilJU-td W.U. b. DAt-itliKIi'i'Y. Ait.-ut. COTTLED CIDEK Tur Sale at the SODA FACTORY. Firti-Ptoof Buildup ( wwui dirset, PIANO TOR SAlJ OX ACCOrXT OF DmilTlTf U that S,,le.,Ul,l, x? l. liioH Maker, with v,t,.t Kin, " "d NKHKOT IXPHOVKMEXTk " to none iu the I'li-tcl V, !.ted to the . liuiat., iu the Uio'untiTL. (juaraut. f..r live ycar bv iw V' 1-raui-iiM-o. FKH K. l:,un l.riee, -.S). AW.ly to l'Bf7j liuust.' tbht of the Court Ht-uw Liu.,,, 1 Ul-2w E. H. M.rrr. J hr.-rat!iit. Made from Fine Apples Ami d.-livf r. d iu nny psrt uf the city tor $5.00 psr Dozen. SLN'D IN VOI li OKDLT.S. U'-D-lf T. C. UAUVI'V, rroj.ri.-tor. ' I -H F'". Join, a.; I I Kurt t H SPM MM Ml Mm.. Zwlesxdow Valley si, PEOCKE - - - - NEVAD 31 3MC r O 1 Jan I Ami Dealers in HARDWARE, Mil WW JIIMXfi ml J. H. A3SAYER. Olliee Hon I 111 Hear of Stiive, Main A. U. ,1., 5'i.s Wilt ov he, XV.. Dupoiit's Blasting; Powicr, Giant Powder aui Can, CaMles and m ASSAY KM AT NUOKT XUTK'E. Blacksmith's Iron and Hardware, Steel. DAUTIKS I.tVlXd '.T A DISTANCE OAK 1 acini aaintilea nf three ounces of ore, by Mail or exiles,, atTomi:iiiie,l by S'J.tM I't-r etch Rspay, aini have rertitieates r turned without ile lay. Itllllloil Melted, uiltl liurd Asayel ly the llumiil FroceH. UT-tf GAS PIPE, Steam and Gas Fittings, Brass Goods, Belting, Etc, itv flvcvtinscmfuts. RESTAVRAXT FOB KALE. A BEST ATJRANT, centrally lncatet!, anil iloing a bUBiuegs equal to uuy iu Pioebe, U offered for aale, on account of the proprietor being about to leave the town. For particulars in quire at thia office. irJ7.tr LOOT! LINCOLN COVNTY WARRANT NO. 8.-.0, drawn by W. H. Henderson, Comity Auditor, fur $105 9o. Parties are hereby cautioned against purcbaKinu the eauie, as payment has leen tUnp- ptd. d'j7-lui-pd5 J. i WALK,, Purge Lost. CIIRISTMAS DAY I lost my pmue, coutainina a check drawn on Lees & Walker, Nuw York, No. 5.51(1, $20 in Vnited States coin, and a prom issory note for $.mU. Payment on the droit hat been stopped. Iiy returning the draft and purae to the Record office a reward of $20 will be paid. U't dOH.N li. KH HAUL'S. G. R. ALEXANDER, DRUGGIST iho AP0TMY, CIA'TE Vt VOVXU'S lU'ILDIXli, Meailow Valley Street. tZF.KVA n INSTANTLY OX HAM) A I.AUGE MIL Ktock ef 1 r.-i-li Drugs and Medicines, Perfumery, Hair Oil, Colognes, Etc. Phyalclaiia' Preaei'liitlona Compounded ni'lit or day. CLOSING OIT BI B1XESS I Very Cheap for Cash! TF YOU want tiroceries, Provisions. Hutter, X Eiga, Grain, also Doors, Windows, and a few tiuod new Wagons, cheap for cash, call iuilue- matcly at air. Aixou 4, opposite bherwood s um ber yard. 1'ioclie, Dec. jfitu. 'to leu 1st. their extremities. Eight are tnissitig, and are snpposoil to h.ive boeu oompl consumed. ;tolv H. G. Worthinoton, Of this indi vidual the San Francisco Chronicle shj h: This adventurer, whohnsbt-en arrested for bribery, it will be remembered was once a member of the Assembly from San Francisco. lie ran ayninst Delos Lake, and as tha joke goes, all who knew Laks roted for Worthincton, nud all who knew 'Worthiugton voted for Luke all who knew both, stayed ut home aud did not vote at all. As Lake had more acquaintances and wus better known than VYorthinct-on, tne latter was elected. Vorthingtou subsequently was elected to Congress from Nevada, and has been Minister to one of the South American Republics, and if he keeps out of Stats prison, ne win nave at least one friend in the umtea states senate to secure for him another position. BOOT and SHOE STORE. Of Sun Francisco, RESPECTFULLY INFORMS THE Public of Pioche and vicinity that he has just opened a BRANCH STORE On Main street, opposite J. J. Halpin & Co. With a Splendid .Stock of Ladies,' Misses' and Ohildron'g BOOTS and SHOES. Also the largest stock of splendidly assortid Men's and Boys' BOOTS and SHOES Ever before OFFSRBD in PIOCHE, Sole Leather, French Calf skin. Boot-legs . Of all kinds, ana SHOE FINDINGS At Wholesale or Itctuil iflOUNTUY DEALERS ARE REyUESTED TO call before purchnsirig elsewhere. Munufactory anil narehuiiM at IOC. Third street, San Francisco. d'.'0-tf EffUKKA. From tho Sentinel of the 2 -1th, we gather theso items: George Bibbing had an altercation with Thomas Lynch. They had had difficulties before. Meeting iu a saloon, Lynch made a motion as if to draw a weapon, when Bibbing fired. Lynch lived only about five minutes. He leave a wife and children. Bibbins surrendered. A man was struck by a siting-shot on the 24th, but both the parties to the transaction made off. Judge Goodwin returned to Eureka on the 24th. The Sentinel learns that a shooting scrape took place at Mineral Hill ou Sunday, in which one of the parties was killed. ' r Notice to the Public. (UAH, CASTEUA'S Ladies Hair Dressing Rooms, Ban Joae House, Mala rt,, Pioclic, All kinds of Ornamental Hair Wurk niailc to order and repaired at reasonable rates. Wig iUaKlIlK sptciuiiy. All kinds of the ilnont French Perfumery con stantly on nana. " J. F, KOPP Best, leave to inform his old friends and an, quainuncet that he t an bo found at this estab lishment. , uliJ.tf JOS. R. PEDLER & CO., AUCTIONEERS, COMMISSION BROKERS, AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Itliilu atreet - - - - Plot he. Adjoining Clancy'a Baloon. Bills eollected and Bales Negotiated with promptness. d24-tf Cbanbebt Sauce to put on your tur keyat 8. Ashim & Bro. d'20-lw A Gi Ucral AsArtiiieni of STOVE TIN AND COPPER WARE Carefully dlU-tf II JUST OPENED. Highland Brewery DEPOT, IWnt to Iiiliii Koeiler's Lux, or street. IK'KHOKF oi KRAVKK, Pi-opiietorj. CHOICEST Wines. Liquors & Cigars Always on hr.nd. OVSE I I liNISHIXO COOPS, Caicntrr and Millwright' Ttuli Doors aud Windows, UusKia Iron Battery Sen-ens Ki to Order, Cultiug and Fitting Gas Pii, HKKIi 11 V ALSO UVA11T OU HOTTI.K. O old Xjixxiol i e.--- Tu Older ut nil Hours. sums in:i;sK, WKSTPHALIA HAM, GKHM.VX SAISAOH, HOLLAND l!Kltlti;s, PIUS' FUCT, SIlliKP'S TONGIKS, t'AYI Alt, ANtHOVIKS, Snulinis iijiiI S.iiililHs. dlT-tf I.M m Af . . itiiii una 1-urnace n Done on Short Notice Ami Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction. d3-tf JIOTT, FISH & (0. ' NOTICE. 4 IX I'ERBOXS ARE CAUTIONED Wl 1 sell or cive to anv Indian any flre-inu.n munition or intoiicatiug liipiors, an the iiutrary to the laws of tile I mti-a suu. -. violatiouof the law will be vip-row? ,P- ish. d. O. w. IMiAUJ1. u-.-J-tf Tnitcd States Indian Agi-n-- Daily Stage Line. PIOOHE ....TO..., SALT LAKE CITY. M. W. KKNNAltn. aiUSOX CLAUK, 9. 11. MKUEATH ttE?iuiivi Ann nt auv u, nn sk w 1 akar Cka W- I la A W V W1IOLF.SAI.E DKALEKS IX WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS. fATlltYINO t'. S. OO k CO. '9 EXl'liLSS via M,adow Valley Goods. btleet. Piitflle dt-tf Nt'VHda. FORWARDING. HOGLE &c GILLETT, Well C, P. H. 11.) Nevada. forwarding cuicl Commission Merchants, AND W1IOLESALK DEALEIta IN Lumber, Flour, Grain Foeil etc., ARE PREPARED TO RECEIVE AND FOB ward gooda to Piwlie and intermediate places with promptneKs and dispatch and at Lowest Kates. GILMER k SALISBUKY, Propriety MAIIi. AND WEtU.f' Fiilmoro, Scinio, Nephi, Payson, and Left, With Erauch Line from ltiverslde to North Star ana ' Slaves leave dailv at C A. M. dr'tWeDAHWi NOTICE. VTOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IU 1 persons are forbidden from ,..,., .... , t .1,., ciindnr ;"-., as the undersigued will not be i liaW same. .v. u- d'Jl.lm mm 91 ark Nea'iitln, Goods fare II. et V., Wells ll'J4-tt Malu Street, PIOCHB, NEST POOR TO THE RECORD 0FFU'1 DEXTER LIVERY SALE AND FEED STABLES, Meadow Valley street, Pioche, Nevada. CINQUE BARNES, PHOPHIIOTOK. CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND to let on short notice, Teams, liuggles, and Saddle Horses. " ALSO A Fine Ucurse, wltli careful at- tendants. Horses Bought and Sold. At Auction or by Private Sale. HAMMOND' Uaying nurchaspd the iuterest of WW LU. 1U wv 1 3 NOW RE.PY TO FURNISH THEO- J. Meats of all kiuda at Low Wholesalo of Bet"' Give htm a call. dJ-tf SWISS CONFECTIONED MILEY & LAAU (J. A. Miley, late of San Francisco, the Plan.) As STOCK BOARDED By th Day or Week, and carefully groomed. HAVE OPENED A COWgfcill On Main street, next to tbe - Cream Cakes. Cream Candles, Fru 11 kinds of Pastry: also Calf 'jjMl cy Boies for Christinas presents.