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THE PIOCnE DAILY RECORD
FRIDAY FEBRUARY HI. 1873
IjOOAIj items.
ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES.
DEPASTURES.
T TBAVIS a CO.'i BAUtLTOH UNI.
Mr Griggs Mr BUey B Perkins
BULLION SHIPMENTS,
Per Wells, Fargo k Co. 'a Express:
February 20 $3,828.03
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK. REPORT.
Bak Fbancisco, Feb. 30.
17 Ophlr .3 4S)f SU 4b30
675 Gould A; Curry... 15 is 1st, I6b30
1HS Savage 77 7fl 77
65Chollar Potosi... 61 50 X 1130 MfcbSO
, . MblO 61W0 frufcsito
10 Hal It Norcross. 85
Sit Crown Point KMX 10Sb30 105 107b30
. 106 108b30 106
100 YeUow Jacket.... HI go 8ub6 79sS
OIK Imperial 7jMo 7
6U0 Empire in 7 7)4b30
150 Kentnck 10 Ja 10 Js
60 Alpha 43 4
C5 Belcher tNI 89 88 90b30 87 X 87!
658 Confidence n m nbM Hit
310 Con. Virginia.... 67 871, 68)4b: 68b30
i0 Sierra Nevada.... 12!, 13J4bao I2),b30 121
. . la!b5lAA
10 Exchequer 14
715 Overman BtiblO 85l4b5
36 Beg Belcher 4 63 65b30 64
3i0 Caledonia 24 H 25ba0
25 Knickerbocker , .. 4
20 Silver Hill 8$
60 Eclipse 10
340 Eureka Con 13 12 jjij i2J i
bSO 13Hb30 13b!)U
PIOCHE ROCKS.
1115 Meadow Valley.. 15 15't 16 16V
400 Raymond Ely.. 7HS4 7 80!,b30 79)4 79)4
78ICJ0 801)30 81130 71)b30
..,, t 7Hb3O79bl0 78)4
iU Pioche 10H 10H 10Sbi 10s30
Via American Flag. . . 9b3u 85s
25 Lillian Hull 7&0
50 Page Panaca.. 1 1)4
150 Alps 21,
'.WOO Uuhnfc Hunt.... 6 5 6HU10 5,b30
... , 6Hb30 S?;s30Sj
5i5 Ivanhoa lvj
KiO Chapman 70c
60 Arkauaas i
340 Newark 2
10O Ingomsr 75c
100 Condor 1 X
t40 Pioche Plienix. .. 2 " J
HO Hemes, . 7
1 Xsw Theater Nkkded. Now, it
being fairly demonstrated thnt Pioche
enn support a theater supplied with good
tulent, we should like to see some of our
moneyed citizens take the mutter in
hand and erect a creditable edifice. We
Lave no doubt a sufficient fund could be
mised by organizing a joint stock
company. A hundred men subscribing
$100 each would give us a theater build
ing that would he no discredit to the city.
Aud the subscribers would rnn no riiik
in advancing the amount, ng, the Bhares
being transferable, they would soon pass
into the hands of one or a few of the the
atrical profession. We would suggest to
Manager Maguire that he make a canvass
for a 10,00(1 building fund, in the wny
proposed.
Inadequate Postal Facilities. Our
postal facilities with. tlia mining canipB
aud settlements to the eatt and south of
us are very inadequate. The Hiko mnil
is carried but once a week on horseback,
and the business interests between
Pioche and that section frequently re
quire the riinniniz of ttrivata einresseR.
Sorvioe on the route should be increased
to daily delivery, and it should be ex
tended on to St. Qeorge, there to con
nect with the Salt Lake and San Ber
nard iuo route. We insist that we need
a stage line between Pioche and St.
George by way of Hiko, and believe we
would secure it by sending on to the
postal department petitions fully setting
forth the necessity of its establishment.
Important Impbovement. Our enter
prising townsoiiui, Alex. Browu, has
concluded to erect ft maguilioeut block
on Lower Main street, iu front of his
fire-proof store-house. Work has already
commenced cleiring off the ground for
the excavation of the foundation, and the
masons will begin work as soon as the
weather becomes permanently settled.
It will be a large, two-story stone edi
fice, with brick front. The upper utorr
will be finished as a fine public hull,
something greatly needed in Pioche. It
gives us pleasure to record this evidence
of Mr. Brown's business 'prosperity.
Teebe are between Filinore and Lehi
scores of freight teams bound for Pioche,
but owing to tho condition of the roads,
they tie making but slow headway. The
roads never were in worse condition
" it's a general mud-hole," says our in
formant, "from the railroad to Fil
niore." It is thought the authorities
along the road might, by a small expend
iture and a little labor, graatly improve
their condition. There has not been an
expenditure of five hundred dollars, by
county authorities, on the roads between
here and Lehi.
Gkttino More Audacious. The hood
lums of Pioche ure growiug more auda
cious daily. ; A fellow rapped at the
door of Mr. W. H. Dolman's residence,
north Main street, yesterday, and told
the lady admitting him that Mr. Dolman
had sent him for $1.50. A servant was
sent to Mr. Dolman's office for on ex
planation, and wile goiug, the imposter
took hasty steps in an opposite direc
tion. This in a new dodge; look out
for it.
As Immense Smelting Contract.
Judge Hall, formerly of this place, in
connection with other prominent min
ing men of San Francisco, has contracted
with the proprietors of the Bristol fur
nace for the smelting of 3,000 tons of
ore from the Hercules mine, in Bristol
district. This is a verv imnortant Btep
in the development of that promising
uisinct, ana we will nave more to say
about it in the future.
New Furnace. We hear that the new
furnace at Bristol, constructed by Prof.
Everett, for some company in that dis
trict, is completed and that smelting by
it will immediately begin.1 Development
on the Hercules, Cave, national and Bay
State, in Bristol district, is being pushtd
. with great energy, and the bullion pro
i duct of that section promises to be heavy
the present year.
Tub postofSce business directory was
put up yesterday evening. It is a fine
piece of advertising painting.
Theateb. Last nightCast was repeated
to a splendid house, and in capital style.
Mr. Bates, as Eccles, was, as usual, suc
cessful. It was as fine a bit of character
acting as we have ever seen. Mrs. Bates
played Polly with her usual excellence.
To-night, tho great play of "Leah, the
Forsaken." will be performed, Mrs.
Bates in the title role. We may safely
predict a crowded bouse, many seats
being secured yesterday for the perform
ance. To-morrow there will be a matinee;
one dollar and half price for families.
Altogether, the theater is a great suc
cess, both artistically and pecuniarily,
and Manager Maguire made no mistake
in forming his company.
Lost His Eye-sioht Entirely. Geo.
McKean, the unfortunate man who was
so badly injured by a blast in the Peacock
mine, some weeks ago, has lost his eye
sight entirely. It was thought for a
while that he would have partial sight
from one eye, but we now have it from
good authority that he is totally and
hopelessly blind. What a sad visitation!
Mr. McKean is a young man of not over
28 years, has enjoyed universal respect
among those who knew him for his in
dustry, gentlemanly behavior and moral
worth, and his misfortune is deeply de
plored. Caught on the Wino. An individual,
whose name we have been uunblo to
obtain, was taken from the last Salt Lake
coach, just beyond the boundary, on a
charge of forgery; but the warrant was
not formally served until he was brought
back into Nevada, the officer supposing
this would legalize the arrest. We will
try and get further particulars to-morrow.
Cats are not numerous in Pioche, but
what there are make the most of their
vocal powers. A friend says he is softly
lulled to rest every night by their cater
wauling, intermingled with the inhuman
screechings of a Chinese fiddle. He is
furious; he has a savage heart that
couldn't be soothed by all the poetic fan.
c es Shakspeare ever thought of.
A Water-haul. An opening large
enough to admit a man was cut in a
firmly closed canvas tent at tho Vulture
mine, a day or two ago with the object
undoubtedly of larceny. As the contents
had been removed, the enterprising thief
probably went down the hill feeling as
cheap as the historic warrior King of
France of ballad notoriety.
Fruit Treks from Utah. A Mr.
Bowen arrived, yesterday, with a load of
apple and peach trees, to fill orders in
Pioche. We are told they will ba set
out in town, and hope tho information is
correct; but think it will prove rather
expensive irrigating to pay three and a
half cents a gallon for water.
A Bold Robbeby. The safe of the
Meadow Valley Mining Company was
feloniously unlocked, night before last,
by some one who managed to get hold of
the combination, and checks abstracted
to the amount of over $800. The checks
were cashed.and the perpetrator's where
abouts are unknown.
Joseph C. Watson, if you Bee or hear
of this item, write a letter to the teller of
the Pacific Bank of San Francisco in re
gard to the death of E. J. West whom
yon was with, on the way from here to
Arizona, when he died. Tho teller of
that institution is a brother of deceased.
Chanoed Their Place of Meeting.
The members of the Pioche Miners'
Union have changed their place of meet
ing, as will be seen by an advertisement
in this issue, from the school-house to
the Justice's office, on Lacour street.
Qualified. Taylor It. Bird, of Clover
Valley Township, yesterday appeared at
the office of tho County Clerk, took the
requisite official nath, and filed his bond
as Justice of the Peace of that township.
To Arrive To-day. The following
passengers left Hamilton yesterday for
Pioche, who will arrive on to-day 's stage:
W. C. Byrne, Florence White, Mont
gomery, Win. Bryile, James Bryde.
Sold Under Execution. Sheriff
Travis yesterday afternoon sold, under
execution, tho United States Hotel, nt
Bullionville. It was purchased by J. N.
Craig, of this place.
Mr. Graves' Funeral. Tho funeral
of Lucius S. Graves took place from the
Episcopal church yesterday afternoon
between one and two o'clock. It was
generally attended.
One of the late attachment cases
promises to lead to litigation it being
alleged that the provisions of the attach
ment law were not complied with in mak
ing the levy.
Timber Land Locations. A party of
five or six left town yesterday to locate
timber londs within two or three miles of
the line of the Pioche and Bullionville
Kail road.
Colonel Thornton says the entire
country is enveloped in snow from here
to Hamilton. The snow was never be
fore known so deep at the latter place.
D. C. Clark & Co. are improving the
sidewalk in front of their store. Wouldn't
it be a good thing if every Main street
house would follow their example?
We are turning off some fine job
work bills of fare, bill-hoads, letter
heads, business cards, eta. Call in and
examine specimens.
Lyceum. We are told by those organ
izing a Good Templar lodge that a lyoeum
and reading room will probably be con
nected with it.
Voluminous petitions, we are in
formed, have been sent to Washington,
asking that Postmaster Barnes be re
appointed. Tuere is still tonsiderable unappro
priated timber laud contiguous to Pah.
ranagat Valley. It will be valuable.
All is activity at Highland; as many
men are engaged on the new mill as can
work to advantage. .
' A fishi.no and hunting party is on
foot for an excursion to Pahranagat Val
ley. ,
A new cable is being made for the
Meadow Valley hoisting works.
Rial Estate Transfers. A deed was
yesterday filed for record in which James
W. Nixon conveys to Charles Clark and
Samuel Killman, in consideration of
t3,CO0, "to him in hand paid," lots 10,
U, the south 1G feet of lot 12, and lots
15, 16, 17, 18 and 19, in block 12, in
Bush's survey, being on lower Main
street. Killman has transferred his in
terest to Clark.
Bristol Milling Ore. It has been
generally supposed that all the ores in
Bristol district are of the smelting class;
but this supposition is erroneous. We
have been shown some very rich speci
mens of milling ore from the Ontario
ledge, owned by Valincourt & Co. It
shows a strong vein, and the owners are
energetically developing it.
Ms. Valincourt, a resident of Bristol
district, who has just arrived lrom there,
confirms all the fluttering accounts we
have lately heard from that quarter.
A large number of men are engaged mak
ing eoal-pits, ore is being hoisted in
greater quantities than ever before, and
two smelters will soon be in operation.
School Exhibition. Mr. and Mrs.
Wilmarth who, by the way, are excel.
lent teachers will heve an exhibition at
their school to-day, consisting of decla
mations, recitations, etc Parents, aud
all feeling an interest in education, are
invited to attend. The school officers
are especially invited to be present.
Minino men will please bear in mind
that our Mining Review will be made up
to-morrow, and we will be obliged for
any reiiawe data tney may furnish us for
its compilation.
The case of the State vs. Wm. New
man, indicted for grand larceny, was
hanging fire in the District Court all day
yesterday, and is still pending.
Imphovino. We are pleased to note
that Guy Thorpe is improving from his
late illness, and is now able to be about
in his room.
We will be obliged to whoever, at any
time, will favor us with information in
regard to tho development of outside
camps.
P. MoCannon, an old resident of
Pioche, and well known in Linooln
county, is seriously sick in San Fran
cisco. There is a dispatch at the Western
Union Telegraph office for H. M . Hughes.
Saloons, Xifjuors, ttt.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Notices under this head will be charged 50
cunts per line for first and 10 cents per line for
each subsequent Insertion.)
wiuor ft Solomons, dealers In Cigars, Sta
tionery and Periodicals, Fulks k McAlpin's.
f20-tf
Wilson's Restaurant, next to Hatpin's.
Fresh bread and rakes. f20-tf
The Alta California Almanac fur sale at C.
Wiederhold'a. fliMm
All accounts unpaid on our books are trans
ferred to B. F. Hastings, Jr., with full power to
collect. O'NF.ILt ARMSTRONG,
fcll.tf
S75.000 IN Cash rou $1. We call the attention
of our readers to the advertisement in another
column of tho Nebraska State Orphan Asylum.
Here is a chance to win a fortuno in a Public
Legal Drawing, and aid a noble churity. feilf
Ccttino ft Co's California Canned Fruits, Jol
lies and Jams are far superior to all other brands.
For sale by all first-class grocers.
Watchks Clkakkd and warranted to nin for
two years for M.00, at Goodspeed's, next door to
tho postoflke. jal7-tf
U. M, B.uinks, Notary Public, at the postofflce.
Go to Alexander's for your Drugs.
CHECK LOST.
CHECK NO. 11,022 DATED JANUARY 31ST.
1873, druwn in favor of C. Shanahun, for
One Hundred and Fifty 8-100 DollarB, signed J.
C. Maynard, U'.erintfndint, has been lost.
All persons are cautioned against negotiating
Baid Check, as payment has been stopped.
fl9-lm C. SHANAHAN.
NOTICE.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE XE
istiug between John A. Steele and Edwurd
Douahoe, as Builders and Contractors, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. All persons
indebted are requested to come forward aud set
tle immediately, and persons having claims are
requested to present them immediately for pay
ment. EDWARD DONAliOE,
JOHN A. BTEEL.
Pioche, January 25th, 1873. ja'16-30d
ML! RECORD OFFICE
...AND....
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
OF THE PACIFIC SLOPE.
CEO. P. IHRIE & CO.,
MINES & REAL ESTATE BROKERS.
OFFICE (Temporary) No. 1 Montgomery Block.
CARD.
SAN FRANCISCO BE1NO THE FINANCIAL
center of the Pacitto Slope, where capi
talists are to be found for the purchase
of Mines and Keal Estate, the undersigned has
this day associated with himself in business, un
der the firm name of GEORGE P. IHRIE ft CO.,
Mining and Real Estate Experts of long expert
ence, for the purpose of conducting a Mining
Record Office and Real Estate Agency In this city
where parties having mines and real estate for
sale can have tho same recorded for the inspec
tion of capitalists.
WE DO NOT UNDERTAKE, NOR WILL WB
PASS OPINIONS, upon the value of Mining
property recorded and offered for sale at our
office our sole odjcci, in mm h-h"1". u
noNHENTRATE IN SAN FRANCISCO useful
and valuable information concerning the Mines
and Mining interests of the Pacific Slope, and to
facilitate the investigations of capitalists aud
parties interested.
Particular attention will be given to ob.
tainlng United States Patents to mining
claims, GEORGE P. IHRIE,
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A. G. GORDON.
IMPOSTER AND WHOLESALE
DEALER IN
"Wines, Liquors Sc Cigars
E. THOMPSON, Agent.
Fire-Proof Building, La
cour street,
Next Door above the Poatofflce,
WASHINGTON'S
fl.Tv.f'hi1n.v Hn.ll. o
nijk TO UK GIVEN BI
TlWiss Kate Dougray,
....A THE
BARNUM RESTAURANT,
Meadow Valley Street, Pioche, on
Friday Bve'g Feb'y Slst.
Tickets (Supper not included,) $3.00.
P 8. The best Music obtainable will be on
hand. jaas-td
PIOCHE .
NEVADA.
Goods Takenjn Storage.
IN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE A
neat
Sainopi Room
Is attached, where nothing but Una Liquors
elected from the above stuck will be dispensed,
which will be presided over by Mr. K. McAL
1STER, who will be glad to see his old friends.
d-i-H E. THOMPSON, Pro'r.
MINT EXCHANGE,
MAIN STREET PIOCHE,
Next to Jacobs & Stilt Brick Store.
COLEMAN II WILSON, Prop'rs.
JPINEST LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS: ALES,
CHAMPAGNES, ftc.
C'LCB ROOMS ATTACHED,
Also
Private Card Rooms.
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KUteffHatifou.
Occidental Saloon,
BULLIONVILLE NEVADA
Converse & Mt'Mahoii,
RESPECTFULLY INVITE ALL TO GIVE
them a call. Their stock comprises the
best Wines, Liquors and Cigars in the District.
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ARCADE SALOON.
MEADOW VALLEY STREET PIOCHE,
Opposite Dexter Stable.
THOS. MITCHELL, Pro'r.
Tho Beat
WINES, LIQU0RS AND CIGARS
Club and Card Ilooins Attached.
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HEADQUARTERS SALOON
BUCKXER & MAXtiXUV, Proprietors.
11UIS HOUSE, SITUATE ON PANACA FLAT,
. opposite the Meadow Valley Company's old
Ollice, is now in complete running order, with a
full stock of FINE WINES, HyUORS, CIGARS.
BVHand Made Sour Mash Copper Distilled
Whisky always on hand and for sale. jy3-tf
JUKI & (I'TOOLE
....Can bo found at...,
THEIR STAND ON MAIN STREET,
And have iu store ft
FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK
Of the following goods:
Ready-made Clothing
DRY GOODS,
Boots, Shoos,
HATS AND CAPS,
And a Full Line of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
....CICLCOIMO....
Suits Made to Order,
.'...or ALL....
DESCRIPTIONS OF CLOTHS AND
OASSIMEES,
Which will be Sold
VERY LOW FOR CASH.
They hare also Secured the Servi
ces of a First-class Cutter and Fitter.
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California mm,
Main Street,
a-ft,-. PIOCHE,
2
NEXT DOOR TO THE RECORD OFFICE.
JOHN HAMMOND,
Having purchased the Interest of PEARS ALL ti
CO. iu the above market,
IS NOW READY TO FURNISH THE FINEST
Moats of all kinds at Low Prices.
Wholesale or RetaiL
Give him a call. d3-tf
CRANDRAFFLE
MRS. HYDE'S
BOARDING HOUSE,
With all the Furniture,
On Meadow Valley Street, la
p for RAFFLE,
500 TICKETS- - - - AT 85.00 EACH.
The House is now Renting for
$150.00 PER MONTH.
TAKE A CHANCE AND WIN A PKIZE
1 THAT IS A PRIZE. - 1
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MRS. H. E. BAIL
' IIAS OPINIO A
FIIIST-IMSS RESTAURANT
....OH.... ;
Lower Main. Street,
Opposite Nixon's. ' feS
MM WHEELER & (0.,
IMP0BT2US AND DEALEES
In General Hardware,
wu, a oo ta
mix ooods jinx goods
sssMill Goods rs:
MUX UOODS HUX ugOSS
IIUX OOODS
Mining Goods
Mininn Goods Mining Goods
rMININGG00DSMln!Sl2:
Mining Uooda Mining Goods
asining Goods
Iron and Stool,
Stoves of all Kinds,
Eto Eto Eto Eto.
A Supply of
Tinware Tinware
TINWARE
Tinware Tinware
On hand; also Tin Work Executed prompt,
ly at reasonable rates.
STONE STORE,
Upper Main Btreet, Pioche, Nevada.
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G. H. Fish, I Johh G. Morr,
Pioche. I Eureka.
Saloons.
E. B. Morr, Jb.,
Sacramento.
MOTT, FISH & CO.,
Meadow Valley st.,
PIOCHE - - - - NEVADA,
IMPORTERS
And Dealers in
HARDWARE.
MILL AND MINING OOODS.
Dnpoiit's Blasting Powder,
Giant Powder ani Caps,
Candles and Fuse,
Blacksmith's Hardware,
Iron and Steel,
(STOVES
JxidL Tinware.
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FORWARDING.
HOGLE & GILLETT,
Wella (C. P. R. It.) Nevada.
Forwarding and
Commission Merchants,
AND
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Lumber, Flour, Grain Feed cic,
A RE PREPARED TO RECEIVE AND FOB
xIl ward goods to Pioche and Intermediate
places with promptness and dispateh and at
Lowest Kates.
Mark Goods Care H. A Q., Wells,
Nevada. d'21-tf
D. L. DEAL & CO.,
Successors to JESSE BEENE) ,
I, NEY.,
MAIN STREET, PIOCUE, ?
....DEALERS IN....
Pure Drugs & Medicines.
A Competent Apothecary always in
attendance. jag-tt
DRY GOODS,
Oent's
FURNISHINC COODS,
CARPETS and OIL CLOTH,
WALL PAPER,
.... AT ... .
JAMES FINLAYSON'S,
Main, street.
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CHAS. STEIN & CO.,
MAIN STREET, PIOCHE,
STORAGE, COMMISSION
WHOLESALE
LIQUOR DEALERS.
IN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE BUS.
iness is a
SAMPLE ROOM,
WHERK THE
FINEST WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS
ARE RETAILED.
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CITY CLUB ROOMS.
ALWAYS OPEN.
STOCK 3STO. 1.
NOTICE.
ALL PERSONS ARE CAUTIONED AGAINST
purchasing any stock of the Chief of the
Hill Mining Company from Charles Morris, as
all the stock of this company in his possession
belongs to ms.
f8.1m AUGTJ8T HAMANN.
BROWN, ALLEN V FINAGEV.
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BUCKEYE SALOON.-
MEADOW VALLEY STREET.
T. V. HANLEV, Proprietor.
LL THE FAVORITE BRANDS OF
Wines, Liquors, Cigars,
Constantly on hand.
Card Room. In Rear.
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San Francisco Brewery,
LACOIR STREET PIOCHE
kkh & Sckidt, Proprietors,
ADOLPH COHN & BRO.,
SUCCESSORS TO M. COHN,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
in
CIGARS and TOBACCO
And everythinR else appertaining to an estab
lishment of that kind.
All accounts due M. Cohn are csyable to the
undersigned. ADOLI'H COHN BUO.
Pioche, December 13, 1873. - dl3-tf
Saloon for Sale.
ANY PERSON DESIRING TO PURCHASE
a good assortment of Liquors, etc., and a
Saloon doing a good business, can learn of a
bargain by apply in at this office. Jal5-tf
HAVE ON HAND
The Best of Lager Beer,
ON DRAUGHT OR BOTTLED.
Fine Lunohes Served
AT ALL HOURS.
Pickled Pigs' Feet,
Caviar,
Bwlsl and Llmberger Chats.,
German Ham,
Pickled Tongue,
, , Gel mar Bologna
Smoked nam.
Sandwiches of all kinds,
Pickled Tongues,
Sardines and Sardelles,
. Pickled Herring, ete
A fine Billiard Table and Pigeon Hole Game,
a Sociable Game of Cards, and all the papers ou
hand. a. Private families served wiiu beer
in bottles and any of the above lunches.
Olve Ua a Ca.ll. au2B tf
Magnolia Saloon,
Bullionville,
JST EVADA.
IS THE PLACE TO PURCHASE FINE WISES,
LIQUORS a; CIGARS.
mhft-tf J. G. WILLIAMB.
CLANCY & McCORMICK'S
SALOON,
MAIN STREET riOCHE,
Has Just Been
REFITTED
AKD
NEWLY PAPEEED.
Wines and Liquors,
Cigars, Eto.
READING AND CLUB ROOMS ATTACHED.
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clancy & Mccormick,
Proprietors.
Philadelphia Brewery,
MAIN STREET, PIOCHE.
SCHUSTKICII k KLEINE PROPRIETORS
IS FURNISHING A SUPERIOR ARTICLE OF
Lager Beer, in quantities to suit, at the low
est rates. Adjoining camps supplied on short
notice. Jy24-tf
palace m vmT
RUSSELL SCOTT
HAS OPENED CLUB ROOMS OVER HAL.
PIN'S Hardware Store, Main street, aud
hus connected therewith a handuome Bar.
Persons visiting the PALACE cuu rely on th.
best of accommodations, end when other
amusements are required it will not be uecessa
ry to go elsewhere. oli'.tf
UNION SALOON,
Lower Main (Street,
Nearly opposite Pritchard's Fast Freight Office.
ANTONIO CARDINAS,
PROPRIETOR.
FINEST
TINES, LISUCE3 AHB CISAHS
Alway. on Rand.
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MEADOW VALLEY BREWERY,
Corner of Main and Meadow Valley streets,
PIOCUE .... NEVADA.
F. XASTEN Proprietor.
mHE MEADOW VALLEY BREWERY HAS
JL been titted up in the most tasteful mauujr
aud supplied with
SUPERIOR BRANDS OF
LIQUORS and CIGARS
LAGER BEER from the Svlendid Brew.
ery at Meadow Valley. nil-tf
JOHN C. LYNCH'S
SALOON,
: Corner of Main aud Lacour streets,
Pioche, Nevada.
K
EEPS THE BEST BRANDS OF WINES,
Liquors ana Cigars obtainable. ol
HAMILTON'S
SALOON,
Main street, Pioche.
(On the aite of hit old Lodging House.)
Liquors of all Kinds & Best Brands
AT
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Hamilton has Come to Stay," and has se
lected his stock with an ey. to building up a
toady business on the merit of Liquors, Cigars,
etc., passing over the bar. ol-tf
Capitol Saloon,
MAIN BTREET - - PIOCHE CITY.
.MIKE McCLUSKEY. Prou'r
KEEP THE BEST WINES, LIQUORS AND
Cigars that an obtainable in th. United
Btates. mrt-ti
Osceola Saloon.
On. door east of People's Market, Meadow Val
ley street.
KAN ADA Y di LUCAS, PROPRIETORS
Choicest brands oi
Ales, Wlnea, Liquors and Cigar.
always on band.
PRIVATE CARD AND CLUB ROOMft
XT Open day and night
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