OCR Interpretation


Pioche daily record. [volume] (Pioche, Nev.) 1872-1876, September 03, 1873, Image 2

Image and text provided by University of Nevada Las Vegas University Libraries

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84022048/1873-09-03/ed-1/seq-2/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

DAILY KECOK1)
M EUXEMDAY. BEPTEMBRR , 13.
Tha Business Office of tba Tiochi
Daily RrcoED will b hereafter in the
office of II. R. Breaker, at Michael's
cigar store. Main street, opposite
Meadow Valley. -
EXORBITANT FREIGHT!.
lu the committee of the 1. S. Senate,
now holding sessions in San Francisco to
obtain statistics in regarj to the rates of
freight and far -s on this coast, the fol
lowing interesting facts were elicited con
cerning the Virginia and Trnekee Kail
roaJ, from which it would appear that it
is probably the best paying railroad prop
ertv in'the world:
Mr. Hopkins said he had sent Mr.
Capp to Virginia City some time ago to ' little less per ton than if taken up
investigate that, question as aneciiug me
Virginia and Truckee Ktilroad, and he
broajjiit down the fullest information.
That information he could now give. He
has ascertained that il'i a Ion ! chnrjjed
from here to Reno.
Mr. Casserly A cent and a quarter a
pound!
Mr. Hoikins Yes, sir. and $s for the
titty-two mill from Keno to Virginia j U11S over twelve hundred fine horses and
Citv. The road pud $10.U"U per mile niuli s. two hundred and fitv mammoth
jier annnui, bein; its entire cot evf-y I wa(,l)ns aU(i money to sell. Tritchard is
year. too well fixed to suffer uiricli at the hands
Mr. Eavuioud Built by the mines, to. 0f the uicnonolv. His back freight, in
Mr. Hopkins 'o, nr. built by three the shape o bullion from Eureka, will
Tikes it Bin. The Eureka Sentinel
having made the statement some time
ao th.it the C. P. B. R. Co. had in
creased the rate of freight to Faliasile,
in its issne of Aug. 31 it says: I ,
We understand that there is nothing
in the report published by ns yesterday
to the effect that the li.iilroad Company
bad pnt np rates at Palisade and reduced
them to Elko. We got onr information
from a number of business men, and. as
a matter of course considered it entirely
correct; but it seems our informants
were mistaken. Tha mistake resulted
from the confounding of different classes
of freight. Certain kinds of freight
come higher over the railroad than oth
ersas for instance, coal oiL powder,
turpentine, etc. Some of onr merchants
haviDg compared notes, and finding
charges apparently lower to Elko than
Palisade, gave ont the story wnicn we
i published. But, as stated above, the
: whole thiug w as wrong. The same class
' of freight is dropped nt Talisade for a
ss per ton than it taken up to
Elko.. It is true the Kailroad Company is
after Fritcbard, but they have not yet
resoittd to the cinching process, noted
in yesterday's Sentinel. How soon they
will adopt sm-L a measure no one can
tell. In the meantime Fritohard swears
they shall not break him. Ue will turn
out his stock and quit the business be
fore he will allow them to do that, lie
had
almost support his line.
men.
Mr. Bavmond Well, bat they
contributions from all the niiues.
Mr. Casserly Mr. Capp has all those
figures?
Mr. Hopkins -Yes, sir. It is the rich
est piece of railroad property in the
WMr."Casserly thought the whole system ' A Vi.iilancs Committee numbering
of transportation in the Vuited States a , siveiity persons has been formed in
great problem, iu peace as well as in war. j Mitchell imtv. Iowa, to elevate horse
It was then agreed that Mr. Ca p j tnl(rvf,
SUOU1U ue tum lu eunrei ni.tustiiut
Seyekk Feost. ;tshoe ailev was
lately visits! with a severe fr09t, which
destroyed nil the potatoe, melon and to
lu itoe vines in that vicinity.
information.
Mr. Hopkins said it was Lis desire to
see the thing well done and to have the ;
information complete, for the credit of i
the ('handier of Commerce.
Mr. Casserly then read a printed docu
ment of the Senate, showing th it the in
quiry covered all means of transportation ',
to the seaboard from the interior, thus ;
embracing almost every description of
route, and in reply to Captain Elbridge
he stated that the liiqnirv would also re
late to the traffic with China and Japan, : sr
and np and down the coast, and with the
Sandwich Islands. He expected to get !
answers soon to tLe circulars sent into
the interior and he believed a great deal ;
of information could be obtained in Sn
Francisco.
naving no definite business to trans
act, beyond settling upon the prelimina
ries, the committee adjourned nt the caii
of the chairman .
TiiK Mississippi llepublieun State Con
vention which lately met at Jackson,
nominated Davis . colored) for lieuten
ant tiovernor.
C. V.. DkLuN.s will return to Nevada
loVut the 2oth of October next.
Telegraphic Dispatches
TIIK rioCltK DAILY RECORD.
Mi
FriEiuiirs REnnKD. The good people
of YViunemueca are made happy by a
reduction of railroad freights to that
point over the Central Pacific F. iilmad.
The R-gtster s.tys: " The Railroad Coju
pauy has reduced the tariff on Idaho
freights to ?-.J0 per ton. This gives Win
nemnoea u decided udvuutage over any
other point ou the railroad, for L!;dio
Eastern Disrfatches.
Iliirf of the Boeton Grange, for the
iiirpoM of Initiating Reforme
Imlictiiie lit Tor Muriter Butler
liead fur the Nomination of Got
ei-nor of Massnrltusetts Atlut-b.
lueaU auil fcuit iu the Cuet of
Neiv York Counterfeit Legal Ten
ileis. WiHIISUTON, Sept. 1.
Tile Frtsuliut has appointed Emery
F. Hennchaiup. of Indiana, United
St. des t' .iisiil at Aix la Chapelle.
Boston, Sept. 1.
At a well attended public meeting to-
shippers, and will doubtless be the meaus, day. umb r the auspices ot the Boston
of induciugall Idaho merchants to ship ; 'ranpe, the rut eting was called to order
their goods by this route, as it is by far j l'.v K,1,u BirtL-tt, Master of the Bos
ttie shortest and safest, and with the " uo Ktatod that their priuci-
present reduced rate of freights is much i H 0,,i , ! " -: transportation of
the cheapest. The Railroad tiompaiiv, 1 Pr
donbtless, bad a double object iu making
this reduction. First, to compete with
1 .
ctvwoTd ly tlia M.-iy of PotftluILt, Ore.
g jn, in the matter of freight: and second,
to enable S.in Francisco merchants to
compete with Eastern merchants for the
Idaho trade. The special rates hereto,
fore allowed mi Idaho freight to Kelt.m ,
was given for the same purpose, and yet
San Francisco merchants, backed by the j
Chronicle, cannot find language entli- I
yesterday she obtained through her
counsel an order against the executors lo
show cause why the trial of the ease
should not go on. ' - - '
WisHisoTOX, Sept. 2.
A special says Tressnrer Spinner .Las
stated that he never saw better executed
counterfeits than the 500-dollar legal ten
der notes made pnblic yesterday, and
that the whole issue thirty-ace tnlUijns '
will have to be called in and a new
series i as Tied.
Police Commission Gardner siysthat
himself and Captaia McCnllough are
from the same part of Scotland, and
says that the charges of black mail
against the latter must be trumped np.
Foreign News.
Arrest of the Members of the Inaur
jreut Junta at Madrid.
. lliDUID, Sept. ...
The members of tbe. Insurgent Junta
at Cartagena, already "reported as ar
rested by Gnloer., ou of their colleagues,
are Souville, Insurgent Minister of Fi
nance, and Confreres, President of the
Junta. The latter was quickly released, j
and the cause of his arrest is not known.
Souville is charged by Gnlocl with
treachery to the Junta, and with having
altered and falsified communications of
Vice Admiral Yelverton to the Junta.
It seems that in the beginning of the
affair with tha British Commander, Sou
ville was named by the Juuta to carry on
negotiations on their behalf.
Pacific Coast.
Murderers Captured A Cloud-Burst
Convicted of Jlaualauifliter Pur
suit of Murderera iold Xotea to
the Amount of 1,000 Stolen be
tween Patisnde ami Eureka
ainialWPog in Oreg-on Sentenced
lo the Penitentiary Esrajtr of
Horse Thieves Killed bj- a Cave.
San Dieiio, Sept. 2.
The Indian who murdered Speck, at
Milquatay, has been captured across the
line in Lower California. Three others,
implicated in the murder, are being pur
sued into Lower California, the authori
ties showing a commendable activity in
following up the outlaws.
Saturday night a cloud burst and filled
Milquatay river to the depth of four feet,
at which bight it ran for about an hour.
Under Sheriff Tyner, of Yuma, pur
sued the two Mexicans who murdered
Lunily at Kenyon station, Arizona,' aud
overhauled them at Xew River. A
skirmish ensued, in which one Mexican
was shot and captured. The other es
caped. The pursuers are still on his
track.
F.rr.EKA, Nov., Sept. 2.
The case of Geo. Eudas, charged with
the murder of James H. Oklfield, at Pal
isade, June H, was on trial yesterday.
The jury rendered a verdict of man
slaughter, accompanied by a recommend
ation to mercy.
The trial of Daniel Matheny for the
murder of Calvin Green is set for to-day.
Yisalu, Cal., September 2.
Sheriff Adams, of Santa Clara county,
passed this place on Sunday, in pursuit
of the Vesquez gang of murderers. Par
ties answering their description wore
seen crossing the plains ten miles south
of here, avoiding the traveled road, about
DC hours ahead of the officers. Later
liiets fioiu the West to the East, and
reform iu rai'roads. J. C. Ablot, Dep
uty N itii.n d Grange, spoke of the great
revolution going orl iu the country, and
amii' d tLe i:uj lortaiice of putting down
riiir ia 1 monopoly. lie gave statistics of
th earnings of d,t!, r, nt railroads, nee-, dispatches from Bakertfield say the
ess , lily reducing the profits of the farm- Spaniards are supposed to be heading for
ers a!.uot to nothing. He contended i Eliznlieth Lake. Adams, with n small
th d th.- cost of freight aud travel could . , arty, left Bakersfield last night in close
be r.. luce 1 to a quarter of the present pursuit, with every prospect of sucoess.
rat. , and eousid. nJ the present manage- Ho expresses a determination to capture
cientty strong to portray the tyranny of ' ""'" downright robbery. He main-1 taeuli or 0niy ie8T0 them at the Mexican
that soulless corporation." j tainul that there should be a superior ; frontiers.
pow-.r to combine and consolidate, audi Svn Fiunctsco September 2.
The Elko Independent is stdl eHhn- that the tiring,- is the- only organization , An Italian fishing-boat, containing one
siastie over the supposed wealth of the that has ,h ,U!y degree of sucoess met mau, capsized iu the bay to-day. She
unues, nuu siuuos ieau,i ttiis iiioinpolv. lie was followed by
club in hand, to demolish all skeptics j Alil.,s:l Walker, who said it was the duty
and doubters who fail to see the district j of Cngr. -s t i ii.t-rfere aud protect the
through the saiee gold, n hues which , business interest of the country. He
color its vision. Now, however, that ' sa.d there were three ways in which this
people have become skeptical of the ' great object could be attained: first, by
wealth of that district, it will take more : a centra! law fisiin the rates of travel
and freight ou all roads in the country;
second, to creato new lines between the
principal depots of transportation: and
third, by purchasing all the roads,
aud placing them under Government
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH.
We find the following sketch of the
life of Hon. John P. Jones, iu late
issue of the Gold Hill News, which will
doubtless be of interest to onr readers,
as the Senator is now filling a large space
in the pnblic eye on the Pacific coast :
Iu answer to inquiries, we give the fol
lowing coudt-nsed biographical account
ot Hon. J. F. Joues present United
States Senstor from the Suite of Nevada.
The subject of this sketch was born in
Herrf ordshire conntT, England, within
a stone's throw of Wales, in 1829. and
consequently is 44 years of age. He is
the fifth son in a family of thirteen chil
dren, eleven of whom are still living
eight brothers aud three sisters. When
he was but two years of age his parents
emigr.iti d to the United States, and set
tled in Clevelaud, Ohio. He received a
good common school edrumtion, and was
also a graduate of the Cleveland High
School. H:a old preceptor, Andrew
Fiieie. is still i living... Since leaving
school, Mr. Jonee has been n diligent
student, and is well versed in mathemati
cal lore. , His nr-st embarkation in busi
ness was in the capacity of clerk in the
well known forwaidiug house of I. L.
Hewett & Co. He was next employed as
a teller in the Canal Bank, in Cleveland.
On the breaking out of the gold excite
ment iu California, in company with his
brother Henry, he sailed from Cleveland
on the2tth of September, W9, for San
Francisco, on board tho bark Eureka, 400
tons harden. The vessel passed through
the Wetland Canal and down the St.
Lawrence river, the party halting for a
month at Montreal, Quebec, and other
towns along the river. Nine months
were consumed in making the voyage to
the Golden Gate.
Ou his arrival iu San Francisco Mr.
Jonrs was employed for a time in the
Custom-house of" that city. He snbse
queutly traversed the entire State, and
was engaged in mining operations in
Calaveras and Tuolumne counties. In
1852 he went to Trinity county where he
speut several years. Kis public career
began there, serving successively aa jus
tice of the Peace, Deputy Sheriff, Sheriff,
and State Senator, the" latter position
covering a period of four years. He snb
seqneutly gave bis attention to mining
pursuits. In 1907 he stumped the State
of California as candidate for the office
of Lieut. Governor on the Gorham ticket.
Although the Republican party failed to
elect their ticket, aa evidencing tne
popularity of Mr. Jones, we may state
that he ran aueaa ot uis ticsei some
ti.OtH) votes. In the same year be came
to irginia t. ity a poor man.
His mining career on the Comstock
lode commenced with the Superintend
etuy of the Kentnck mine. ' He was af
terwards elected Superintendent of the
( rown Point. During Sir. Jones super
intendence of this mine was made the
wonderful discovery and development of
the rich and vast body of ore at its lower
levels, liy indomitable energy and per
severance, iu combination with others,
he succeeded eventually in getting con
trol of the mine, the value of which, at
the present time, is $10,000,000. In five
years Mr. Jones has amassed a colossal
fortune. Besides his large interest in the
mine, ha has become part owner of six
quarts -mills, whose combined capacity
amounts to six hundred tons of ore per
day. Iu 1870 ha met with a deeply af
flictive dispensation in the loss of a
young, idolized and very estimable wife.
Our record closes with his election to the
Vnited States Senate in 1S72.
Senator Jones' father, a highly es
teemed citizen of Cleveland, died three
years ago. The mother, a hale and
hearty woman, seventy-two years old, is
still in the enjoyment of good health
with faculties unimpaired, her hair being
sa white as the driven snow.
SaisrrtlaufOttS.
San Francisco Restaurant
. jb j. xc in XL'S" . ;
MEADOW VALLEY STREET,
Opposite Hester Stable.
Olkfriod A BrUaekvar, Proprietors.
Frt-h Oysters In mrtrj style.
Open aaj ana aajat for s
the public.
It
LETTERS
EMAININO 1 WELLS. FABGO X)H
OtBc. August 31, 1073.
TnK Sntro Tunnel is now 4.275 feet
long, ii feet having been added thereto
during the past week. The east drift
from tho bottom of shaft No. 1 has been
advanced M feet, both faces being in
good blasting ground.
3orn.
In Dnlli. Rtilroiul Tlistrlct, August 1:1th,
wife i'f F. W. Losrbenttriht. n.
In Keno, August 'Jltti, wife of D.Perkner, s
din-bier. - ..-
than vehement words to restore confi
dence. Bullion shipments will be the
only criterion by which the district will
hereafter be judged.
....... I tnanag-uient to be leased, which will
treasurer Spinner, in a letter reeentlv : , .... . . ... . .,
, , . open all the roads to the public at the
publifhed, says: " The resumption oi . , lr i .u i r
' , , ... cheapest rates. He reviewed the diffcr-
speeie payments nas necu, ana 1 thing . , , .. ,. , i
,,, ' , , ,, , . feiisilot. He considered the question of
when the balance of trade shall be iu our i . , , , . , .
. r ,, . .. railuaj reform a national question,
t ivor. When that time arrives resnmp-1 , , , ,. . , I
,:;,,,, t . ., ,, , I which would become a political one, and
tiou will be easy. In truth, it will from ' ,, i i i ii , -.- ,
that cause come of its own accord." But ' "U! P ,
w hen will that time come? Not in a ! oEK, September 1.
ti,n..a , , . the Oyer and Terminer Grand Jury
thousand years at the rate we nre import- 1 , , . , ... , '
j t i to-day presented au indictment for inur-
der in the first dogreo against Michael
Cabson Mini. The Superintendent of j Roderick for the killing of his son. It
the Carson Mint received, yesterday, j wiU he remembered that the Coroner's
nine thousand, seven hundred and twen- Jurv relu)ered a verdict that Rroderiek
ty-four ounces of mixed gold and silver j acteJ in 8L.l.defeuse.
bullion, sent to the Mint for melting and I The steamship Nevada has arrived
from Liverpool.
of the Mint coined 20.CO0 half-dollar
pieces. So says the Appeal of Aug. 31.
Thh price of wood, says tan Carson
Appeal, is going up with the approach of
cold weather. The retail price runs from
$8,50 to $10; those picking their chance,
however, make better bargains. A three
cord wagon load of limb wood was sold
on the street yesterday for $20.
Taor. Daniels, of Vermont, made"a
bet that he could look a ferocious bull
out of countenance, and competent
judges estimate that the Professor was
thrown np twenty-seven feet. The Doc
tor was eventually saved by the courage
and tenacity of his legs.. ,
A miubo stole the earpet troin n ten-.
nessee church, and cut it up into horse
blankets, and the congregation all went
over to Broad river to see him immersed:
From some onarjunU6i,afieiJcnt he
was held under the water just one -minute
too "long. ." "
Gettiko Livsxt. Elko now boasts of
three' faro games, one keno game and
any number of poker, . brag aud other
lighter amusements in that line, which,
of course, speaks ' well for the business
prosperity of the place.'
Thibd Tiem. The Washington Daily
Republican, of the 2fith, had three col
umns of contributed articles favoring
President Grant's election for a third
term. ' .;,.-,.
'ittarrica.
Boston, September 1.
Fall River to-night elected 15 dele
gates, all anti-Butler men, which makes
the list so far chosen stand, Butler l'iti,
Washburn, C9. Later. It now stands,
as far at hrard from, 137 for Butler, 8fi
for Washburn.
New York, Sept. 2.
Bischoflsheim & Co., Erie's bankers
in London, and their agents here, E. H.
Biederman & Co., having failed by them
selves or through friends to settle ac
counts, the courts have been invoked to
declare a settlement. The property of
Bisehoffsheim has been attached and the
funds of Kendrick k Co., the alleged
swindlers of Sanders & Hardenburgh by
means of forged bonds, have also been
attached. It appears: thnt Sanders &.
Herdeuburgh'e check, to the order of
J. T. Franklin, for $2-,000, in payment
for forged bonds, was collected by the
Union Trust Company, of the Fourth
National Bank, and placed to the credit!
of Kenarick Si Co., which firm early on
Saturday drew checks on the Trust
Company, for eleven and eight thousand
dollars; bft m the tuan attempting to
collect, he was informed of the irregular
tiies existing, and that the checks could
not then be paid, since when no one hai
sought t collect , them. "'' "
. While'the late Mayor ,Kalbflech was
living, suit 'wag brought against him by
Mary Jane Wade for H50.000 damaccs.
for breach of promise of marriage, and
righted, but sunk, her mast remaining
visible. The man clung to the wreck.
The ferry-boat Alameda ran to him and
proffered lines and life preservers, but
the fellow preferred to wait for the crew
of the Whitehall boat, which came to his
relief and got him aud his boat safely
ashore.
EunntA, Nev., September i.-t
E. W. Bowine, President of the Hid
den Treasure Mining Company,' while
on his WBy from Pabsade to this place,
had a hand-satchel, containing f 2,000 in
gold notes, stolen. No clue to the thief.
Bakebsfikld, Cal., Sept. 2.
Sheriff Adams left early this morning
with a posse of men. From a reliable
source the Sheriff learned to-day that a
portion of the Vasquer murderers, seven
in number, were seen yesterday camped
near the tules between Buena Vista and
Kern lakes, about 25 miles south from
here. Adams and party have gone in
that direction, in hopes of gettiug ahead
of them before they roach the mountains'.
Mr. Fnnk, who liven 35 miles from here,
left to-day ahead of Adams aiid party, ondi
will, as soen as ke arrives .at Ins. ranch,
starts vaqueros out on the robbers' trait,
and await the arrivnl of the Sheriffs
party. It is thought Vasqnez is making
towards Elizabeth" lake, where he has a
sister and other relations.
Portland, Or., Sept. 2.K
The Board of School Directors have is
sued an order that no children shall be
admitted into the public schools unless
they have been vaccinated, several cases
of small-pox having been reported during
the past month. . . - , ,
Silt Lake, Sept. 2.
Scott, tried for stealing U. S. cavalry
horses, was found guilty, in the Probate
Court, and sentenced to two years in the
penitentiary. ; r; ' i, , X C .
Amos J. Cumniings, of the New York
Snn, left Ogden for the coast yesterday.-
The robbers of Hoiie's horses) and
mules escaped from the Beaver jail. The
sheriff is in pursuit. Hoiie Is pushing
towards the Colorado river. He will
join the main party of Wheeler's expedi
tion at Fort Wingnte late in the season.'
Captain Jones' exploring party from
Fort Bridger has reached the Yellowstone
country. . Hia line cute off about two
hundred miles from the railroad to Boze
man, Montana, , The new i route back,
promises to be still shorter and: mot
feasible for a wagon road. No Indians
were encountered. '. , '.r, -jl
Governor Woods returned to-day from
Oregon.
Dt. Dickson, a New Yorker, Was killed
by cave ia th Wyoming mine, at
American Fork yesterday.
In Kmb ki, August SU, toots H. Man kMit
to Mrs. Jane Lynth.
In !. Kalle, L& Salle comity. 111., AufOlsl 21st.
Junes Henisev. of Virginia City, Nv., to Mery
E. Weller; of La "alto. ' ' . ' I i '
UYirpiuia, AiiguM tUt.Jueiiv ,SUi, Aged
abj.it ywrs, V 4 '
A Card.
ONE J. C. FOSTER, AS ATTORXEY-AT-Liw,
rcntly enijiloyetl iu the defem of
Ovren Feriiton, i tDTitted a iow diji fto, by a
jury of his countrymen, of th crime of murder,
having taken occasion to wcuse me of the tnfa
tutiiii crime of KUaling fmm the dead, and of
brazen effrontery in coming into court with
stolen rtmrs on nry finger. I do hereby brand
him aa a liar, unworthy of the notice of a gen
tleman. Were he not an por in pure as to tha
enimation of the community, I would arjehim
for lihe-l, hut as it is. I content mvwlf with this
card of denial. aft-ltj BJ a. WILLIAM 8.
Dexter Stables.
'pilE INDEUSIGNilD, HAVING
J. ' pun iiastd the Dexter Stable, on'
MEADOW VAtLKV STREET,
luteuds to run tltcui aa
' '.,7. - - ' " i
FirKt-ClaHA Livery, Feed and
. Sales Stables. -
Oarriagoa. Bnfilen and Raddle Home to let.
Horn and Mnlea received on lirery and prop
erly cared fr.
Hones and Mule told on commtaaicm.
Always on hand. Corn, Oatt, Hay,
M,l,arl';oU h:i2"A
Ttie OU) STAND on Uwet Mtn street is
conttmrtki.aktul. x i . . i
GE6. C. JOHNSTON.
t Wood, Wood. - l
Xf CORDS WOOD FOR SALE VT''''-'
Allen Pit
Allen D It
llnwlrb O
hano Frank Miss
llUkenley Mr
Cooaolly T
Cniuner Lewis
Camps J
Cliafhu Oeors
tkk Mik
CuUinf I B
Cavtiey Martin
Do v Una John
Duffey S T Mrs
rx-vlin 1 E
Durnma John .
F.van F B
Fife Andrew
Fotey R C
Fitipatrirk Frank
Fuller 1 M
Franklin A J
FaJ.Ii. F M
Ullllll'I i
Oruntly R
Uroen K T
Hartnrtt D
Herbert ThonaM (1)
Henderson John
Haekett A
Hmta J
Hunseth H H
Iarael O
Jones MA
Jones W E
Klwne J
Knisbt Oeorge H
Kennedy J (S)
klappcir Emms (3)
I.iebea L (7)
LakrCTMrs
McHaasHy
MrDouiiall A
McLennan J
M. Altray A D
MrOomk William
MrOlaneirn Mrs
Mi-Lain Keert
Melatedt J Mrs
Moran Matthew
MonastT Daniel
Murphy D
Mayer C P
Montatroe J
Nelaon T
Nicholas OF
Norria A B
O'Brien g F
Farrell James O
Ferrell A E
Poser J
Plocent S
Porsiiea D
Kama James
Roblea Ra.uon
Richmond J D
Ringo John (X)
Kiley Edward
Roberaon J D Mrs
Rusaler Ous
Hmith L
Htromia Ross
SeRuinoud H
elauches Manuel
mattery William
Kkinner Lottie
Snerer B
Shim Peter
Thomaa Lewis
Tadder H J
Trealleud William
Tealmea A
Vallory A
Vanai-river John
Woodman A H
Warron F B
W llllama J M
Wllliama M
Walker 8
Wriubt W 8
Anderson Charles
Barnhart Ira
Blakeley W 0
UlilerB
Crooln John
Cbielda J
Corbett Michael
Copley John (1)
CJilc Lisila
Cadifan A D Mrs
Dolan Ned
Dake Thomas
Dowd Pat
EatelMaj
Fhey C
Faulkner Joseph
Fuee J W
Ferguson William
Fuller Thomaa
Goaa Joaeph
Uregory J
OaldnerO A
Hammell WUliam
Halley J 8
Heaton P
Hunter Z A
Hall Walter
Hanningtou F M
Johnson 8 M
Kirnia Peter
Keller L
Knapp J B Mrs
Knugsle Mary
Leouhardt Ida
Morrell R
Minlth J H
May A Miss
Muller a
Mesa M
Mortimer John
Morrell W E
Moltnaro Lonia
Monoban M
Martin Thomaa
Mailer M Miaa -Murphy
Billy
MrKeniieJ
Nye C H
Nickelaon John
PURCHASE
-Of-w ?
Wallzer House.
HAVING THI8 DAT PURCHASED THE
Walker Home, . are now in poaaeaatoa
of th two beat botria in Salt Lake City, t'f t be
Walker Houae we deem It unneresaary to say
anything ia iu behalf, iu splendid deshm and
elegant equipment being so well known to the
puDiic.
The CTJFT BOTJ8E, though" not so well
known aa the Walker Houae having beeu
open but a few weeks to ftrrtlaaa in all IU
appointment, tba building being new and Uie
furniture of the most fashionable and elegant
atyl. Tba location of thla houae ia central and
commands s aplendid view of tba lake and ever
anow-ciad mountains aaa surrounding acenery.
Iu local reputation la superior to that of any
other houae in the city.
wttb the above facilities at our command we
ieel aaaurad ia guaranteeing aatitfactioa to all.
au-apoenally, eto.(
, KITCHEN BBOfs.
August 1, 1873. uWI
Ogeda 8
Pester John
Palmar O A
Perrier P
Paacoe T
Rarrigaii Tom
RayCHP
Roberta ON
Riley J W (1)
Raggio F
Roche A 8
Short H
Stll J 1 11
Seeley Frank
Kanberg AO
Sherman Jo .
Swanaes John
Smith a
Treloas J
Taylor C F
TuleL
Vergara F
Walker r 8
White E A
WileoaBW
Wattlett D
Wiles James
J. M. BEIBERT, Agent.
BAIjIj
n rem Tga .
Girls and Boys.
A
SOCIAL PARTY WILL BE
given at
MITCHELL.
d MKEHAN'8
CONCEITT TTA t,t,.
On Tuesday Evonintr, Sept. i, 1873.
A fteneral inviutinn ia extended to all. Let
every one who wants to have a good time be
sure to atteuu. su31-Ut
K A N A R R A
COAL.
fE THE VNDERSIGNED A It I NOW PKE-
f pared to rurnian
HARD COAL
Of a an perl or quality, to pnrrhaaera, ia any
amount U anit, at tow rates. We have appointed
L. I. HTKONU our Aiient In Pioche. who will
contract U fiiruJoh Coal for us, and of a better
quality than baa been offered in tma market.
We find oar OnaL tiuprovlng In quality and
quantity aa we attain depth on the vein, and for
further referenoa wa would ifer parties to the
Haymuad It Kly HiniaK Company, who are now
tttUDK onr Oval, and pronounr it the bKt ftab
voai mat nas ever coma uniler their notice.
KANARRA COAL COMPANY
E AN AURA, tTAH. " "
L. n. STRON'O, Agaait, ,
au31-tf ' Meadow Valley street.
To Pioohe Shippers.
-lCTE ARE NOW HHlrPINO FREIOHT
Tf from Lehl (term in ua ruh Southern
naiiroaaj at
Twa a ad Oaa-suilf Call par Peaad,
( . om Tina a, ta Pioche, . .
And will give dtapatrh to all goods to onr can,
uuuuun a MUIulAx, forwarders,
er.2S.liu UhkL'tak.
MALLET'S
hotels, lrsLaurants t(,
MEADOW VALLEY
THE VKDERSIONED HAVINO BECOME
the proprietor of the abort Hotel,
(Farsnarlv kaovra aa Rlcla's Hotel, I
Will conduct the aame in hla own name. The
patronage of the public is reapectfully aolicited.
r. IUUlai.HAll,
Bolllonvllle. July i. IS7J. iylR-tf
GROVE HOUSE,
Lower Hal Street, onpoaite Boon A
Deuaas'i Hay Yard.
Jl'DSON aa COX PROPRtETOKS,
qiHB GROVE HOUSE HAS BEEN FITTED I P
X at great expense, and will be found a a de-
ai rattle aummer reaurt, native trees being planted
arouna tn nouae ana lornung a grova.
Best brands of LIQUORS and CIGARS at the
Bar.
IDAHO
RE8TAURAN T,
LACOVR STREET.
Capitol Keslaurant.)
iftttttUt, ?tf.
REFTTTED AND THOBOUOHLt RENO,
vated. Meala aerve.1 in the host style, and
at all hours.
...Teat Dollars
T.I Cants
aa. H. E. BAIL.
Hoard, par week. .
Blag-la Meala
auM-tf .
AH KEE'8
RESTAURANT.
SITUATED ON JIcCANNON ST.,
1 to the rear of the PostoffloF.
n A VINO THOROUGHLY RENOVATED MY
aataUiafament, I will re-opoa
Oat Moatdajr. Jeina ft.
Diabes prepared to order in all at lea. Pri
vate rooiu. Meala hi all hours.
If you want a I 1 Meal In a qniet, retired
Jeltf place, coma here.
WINES
Athenaeum Saloon.
rpiIlS SALOON, HAVINO BEEN FITTED
J. up in the moat tasteful manner, and
slocked with the f.
T.mnnps 11m ptbips
I aJlVUUllU U.LU UlUIXilU
Ever offered to the Piothr Public,
la now open to thoae who want a drink worthy
of the name.
Club Koomt Attached.
CI.EVF.LAXD i PATTIK,
aulS-tf Proprlrtora.
JAMES CLANCY. J. O. McCORMICK.
IF YOU WOULD KNOW
WHERE TO GET
THIS 33H3ST
BRANDY, GIN, OR WHISKEY,
Hot or Coltl, Mlutd or Clear,
. OO TO
CLANCY &. McCOUMICK'iS
. Aud you'll find out.
auie-tf
Bargains! Bargains!!
THE BEST CHANCE YET!
fa aa 111 at tad that bl.wa Bakad,
Awl an the IIREAT FUX1D Is the CAUSE af
i ASHIM &. BRO.
... t . ,
j i ; . : . j,
FLOOD1XC THE MARKET ITU
STAPLE GOODS
AT 50 PEE CENT. BELOW C0BT.
The Gootlji, comprising
A Full Lioc of Groferies,
TEA, COFFEE,- BfOAB,
STARCH. BLFKIKG. FRUIT,
Etcv etc., arc ecarcelt injured bj the water; but
ASHIM
Sells nothing but Firsl-Class
Articles!
And they mnpt be got rid of If they have to be
C.1VEX AWAY S
CAIX IMMF.I I ATKL Y,
Awl you'll be HI RE TO PVRCHASE sbere the
BEST BARGAINS
Are to be i
S. ASHIM fe BRO S,
3IA1N STREET,
' FlOC HE.
anns-lw
Magnolia Saloon,
Bulllouvlllo,
1ST K VADi..
8 THE PLACE TO PURCHASE FINE WINES,
M. ' LIUUVEa CIUAHH.
mU-ti J. . WILLIAMS.'
Philadelphia Brewery,
MAIN STREET, PIOCUE,
8CHCSTRICII k KLEIN E PROPRIETORS
MS FURNISHING A SUPERIOR ARTICLE OF
M. Lager Beer, in quantitiea to auit, at the low-
eat rates. Adjoining cauips supplied on short
notice. jy'Jt-u
Pieraon &. Danner'n s
SALOON AUD BOWLINt ALLEY,
Meadow Valley Str t.
rpHE OLD STAND 18 THE PLACE TO GET
X s good drink and aujor a gams of Ten
plna. Jeit-lf
MARKET,
STAND,
150
s3-tf
GEO.C. JOHNSTOlt.
FOR SALE.
M- IN1NO TOOLS. WHIM,' "WHIM HORSE,
300 feet 3-im h Rope new; Ptckl. Drills.
Hammer. ki buahela Coal, 1.S0U feet Mining
Timber, S-inrh Plank, Windlass, Wbeel.bar
rowa. eta., CHEAP FOR CA8H. Anply to
Mt HENRY RIVES.
Peavln eiilver MlnlnK Company.
Location ot arincipal place of bualneaa,
Han Franrlnco, California; locati n of worka,
Ely Mliiine Mxtrltt, Lincoln county', Nat Ka
ticS It hereby given tnat at s meeting of the
Board of Directors, held on the anth day of
AuKUrt. 1873. an assessment (No. 6) of twenty-five
renta per alian was levied upon the capital Block
of tbe corporatica, mrayh imnavl lately ia
United Statea gold coin, to tbe Secretary,
at tbe office of tho -craqpaum. Ho. 4 'Mi Montgotu.
ery atreet, Ban Franciaro, California. Any
atock upon which thia aeeeeement ahall remain
niipald en the 4l du -t Ortoker, Mis.
wiU be deltnanent, aud advertised for sshr
at public auction, and nnlesa payment la made
before, will be sold on th Hath day of Octa
bor, 1878, to pay the delinquent aaaeaament,
toKetherTith cuets of advertising and aipenass
By order of fee Directors.
... U. t. BALOOM. warwamry,'
Office: Mo. 41 Montgomery street, tan Fran
ctaco. Cal. a3-t4
AT THE OLD
OS .
Main St Opposite Lacour,
Is tha Plara ta Bay
The Best and Cheapest
tr-j meat
IN PIOCHE. JW
Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork,
SAUSAGES AND SAUSAGE MEAT. '
Don't fwiaret Ika plmca.' , ; U
auf-tf J. H. MALLET ft CO-
Piocho Bakery.
QUILLEN It DOXAIIOE,.
' - Proprietors. ' - - --
Dealers , in Groceries,
. WINES AHD LlttUORS,
. ... Madw VaOlejr M.
The hifbeat price paid for Utah Produce,
sun-tf
Tax on the Proceeds of
ythe Mines.;';,
NOTICC IB BEBEBT GIVEN THAT THE
-"raxes on tin Proceeds of Mines for the
quarter ending June U. lots, are bow due and
pavabla at the offlce of the Aaaeaaor. at tha
(toiirt-boua. The law la regard ta their oollec
Uoa wiU he atrictly enforced.
, 1. HANLEY, Aaaeaaor.
By J. B. DiTTos, Deputy. ., eu'ie-3w
- THE DAILY ALTA CALIFORNIA,
-nrtH OLDEST AND RUST wsraraaiDi
M. on tha Paciao Ooaat.
OLDEST AND
Iraneiaoo, Oallfomia
BIST NEWSPAPER
nalauaM a baa
. W1EDERHOLD.
T.B. COUtMlX....... ...4UB1tB. TTI-lB.
CAPITOL SALOON,
MAIN STREET, P10C77F..
COLEMAN eV TYLER... ....PROP'RS.
T'EEP THE BEST WINES,
rv ci
Sutea.
LIQI'ORS AND
le lnil
mylstf
ORIENT SALOON.
JAMEft CAMPBELL, HAVING, LEASED THE
Saloon known aa the Orient, on the
EAST SUDB Of. E.ACOVR MTRKKT,
Will be happy to are all hia old friends, aud aa
marry new ones us will be pleased to favor him
with s call. Nothing but the ,
Beat of Winei, Liquors and Cigars
will be dealt ont over the bar.
arrts-tf . ., J. CAMPBELL.
MEADOW VALLEY BREWERY
Corner of Mala and Meadow Talley streets,
PIOCHE ... t SVADA.
F. KASTEN 2 Prop""40''
THE MEADOW VALLEY BREWERY HAS
been fitted up in the moat tasteful manner
and supplied with
UPERaOR BRANDS OP
LIQUORS and CIGARS
LAGER BERR from tha Splendid Brew
ery at Meadow Valley. n21-tf
FOR SALE.
etaoW Ut'NDRED MKAPjr
KUEB'AID I0SSE8,
With Harnees compleL, and
TWENTT-VITB tlCARTZ ' WAOONat,
In Oood Order. , .
The Horace and Males ata all piewed animals,
and in aplendid ooudiUon. ,
To be sold separately or together.
Apply to - v ANDREW FIFE, '
nW-lm Ralllanvtllr.
E. B. Mott, Ja.,
bacrsuuuito.
O. H. Fiaa, Joss 8 Morr,
Piochs. . Eureka.
MOTT, FISH & CO.,
- Meadow "Valley at.
PIOCHE - - - NEVADA,
IMPORTERS
And Dealers in
HARDWARE,
mill asp mm GOODS.
Dopont's BIastiD.Pow.er,
Giant Powder mi Caps,
;' , . ' Candles aiii Fuse,
Blacksmith's Hardware,
Iron and Steel,
STOVES.
-A.ri.cl Tinware.
tei-tf
ANNOUNCEMENT!
Seu ue M mm Brut w I
JACOBCOHN,
Tba Champloa Clothing aad Dry
aoda Merchaat af Neraaa.
I WILL SELL MY HTIBE 8T0CI
Cheaper All r 1 fjr Q Cheaper
" Cheaper tnCnr Ell Cheaper
ADVKHT1HK -
TUAN THOSE
WHO
-TO
Soil Ou.tt Cost!
o i v r 1 m r a CALL.
n . i.. . ' sail too wnj ns
' m.. (Mil fiaatriv.
And Everybody's Friend !
- i ,. to as '"
He Means What He Says,
' YOTJ SEKFI
, aJ . OOJtJ-E,
Mala Mraat, Opr-.lt- Maadaw T-Usf
''tract, Plocha, RawBato. ,
-.1, I . ... T.1.L Jylv4f . ' . i ;
POND, REYNOLDS CO.,
' ' 1UPOBTER8 k J0BB1B8 OF , . ,
WINES k IWQE'
ata C.llfwral. m.. ttmm FraaeAa.
Bole Armtsor Parirlc Cos Ifor BW ,
Co.'s Baurhoa County Kaatacky Wnlsmias.
,.. ... ... InpIMfl .i. ' ' " .
SHEA, BOCftUEEAZ A
(Hooowoas to CIXIVAN k 0A8B1IAW
; IaafMrfera aad Jekawra a
. . eoia aaaim ran .
O.lde. a.d ' l.frr.
Cor. Front ltd Jackso. t; .aA FBASCi"
aulHf

xml | txt