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-HI "IIBDATt SEPTEMBER . lSTS. , PBAKCIWCO TOC REPORT Street MMk Male. Ham ImAVrlMXt. September 3d. Uould k Curry 14 Hale tk Norrrose B Oat Caledonia 1 RYntuek Hit rra Nevsds-11 M KftTTUood fc Ely SI, LOOAL ITEMS. Ham FmamoVKO, gj-ptembcr at asuuts. MORNING RALES. vn5 0phir-414S 45 4f BH 47 47W 4 49 47 Si IS oliald Curry-lJ 11'; 1'. 13 13-4 l:i 1 l:U,h Beit fc Belcher 4 H 4 4 J S.vsge 4S 4 H 4i It 411 4S HUB chullar-Potosl-w a! H.le Norcrose-37 JHIaMO M H M v. Crown Polnl-06 34 11 Tellow Jscket-61 M S3 SSW 63 If ftl J4 ,U ImperUI-4 W.". Empire Mill 3H 4b3 4 4 ' Con Gold Hill O.usrts-1 It ...... kuntiick S lis! Belcher-7'a Ml 7 MHM IaM 73MB 7il TJH . 20Sntro-3 i ll) VV'oodville 1 ..13 Alpha 3341 its) Cunndence Hi 0o. Virginia-7 ..jo Sierra Nevede-10 10 jr. Dewy l 4 ftl Etcbeqoer S luu s.-g. Bl.ber 37 dMUTMIUU-417'i o!b:kl HUD Juatlee 5H 6 64 7 H 7 110 Succor IS :K5 Julie 1 S 11.16 Caledonia l 33 23)4 14 i.W, J3H 1175 Knickerbocker 4 4 "i 41 4, WO Arisona snd Utah IS :i7i BliiiiKir Con. 7 i A an silver Hill 14 IHtRrHpee 4U Si Pi.'tou 2Ac I'M) American Flat 4 3 '4 34 M luion Cun. iS It H AFTERNOON SALES, am Eureka Oon. Ill 1J'. 11", 134 l.jt) Belmont 1 lRve Patch H 0 lit) El Dorado South i It AHi.yea-al4 2Va?t Jim Independent I H Mil Gulden Cbriot-23)4 13 12 "4 :iat Ida Ellmore 5 4W Minnesota-is 18'i 1SM0 KH Empire, Idaho 4 H ivjo Gould fc Curry 14 USMOU'j 1 i:,70 Iiuei-ial 4 H 4itli'.HI4; 7I0 Caledonls l 34 l llt 1 W.'f liit War Eale 1 S ft Mahogany nro Sierra Nevsds-10 11 lilt 11 V 30 Original Hidden Treasure 4 111 Yellow Jacket A3 62 It 60 62 51 It lid mn Point (MOT1. HUH 94b30 92'a l JuiOphir 61 60 41143 4 49)4 6S ')4 "1) 61 SOblO 31 7S Brlebnr-71 M 71 4b 71 71ih.T0 3(0 CbolUr-Potoiil- 38 H 39h3 38 37', WM riOCUC ITCH'l. S33 Meadow Vtllfy IBM 1 16 13, D26 KftTinoDd k Ely i 4 04 H B43 IU l' C". M Wubuuton and Creole 23 :un Aljie Mig 7.W Atnericen Flg-3 H I i ', lT.b.1 S ;:-uONewirk-4)4 4,b30 4)4 4'. :uo Kenlnoky 3' . 3,l:)0 !I0 Heriufe 3 ARRIVALS AMD DEPARTURES DEPAKTVBES. I Ii.vTt A CO.'I BAMILTUM UII. A Ntkin Miu Sadie Bonti-lle AUH1VAL8 OH.MP.K A IALUBUH'1 MAXT tK LIMR. 1 1 F.rb ASSICHSMENTS. Fullowiog i list of snlea ot delin quent stock now tuiverttsexl iu onr paper CABOI.INK. A jimMucnt No Leried Jiine 30th Atunaut per hare .. 20 cents Delinquent in oftioe. August 8th l)jy of sale . , September 4th Secretary Ohas. E. Elliot Office Room 21, Hayward's Building, 419 California street, San Francisco. CHAKTKR OAK, AtWA-HHUleut. Ko. levied July lith Amount per share . . , Sis cents Delinquent in office August 25th Duv ot sale September 15th Secretary Geo. W. K. King Office 411 California street, bun ran- Cisco. - south siic. t AatuBsmBnt No. Leried " . ..Aug. 8 Amount per share 5 cents Delinquent in offioe Sept. 9 I)y of sale... Oct. 10 Secretary W. Errant OfBoe Corner of Main and Lacour streets, Fioche. ... PAOB AHD PANACA. Assessment. No. 4 lTied August IS Amimnl nor hare 0 cents Delinquent in office Sept. 16 Day ol sale i VV , lAUiua jvapinu '26 and 27. Merchants' California street, Snn Secretary Office Rooms Exchange, Francisco. MKNBHA. Assessment Leyied Amount per share. . . Delinquent in office. . Day of sale Secretary. No. 1 . . August 13 i ....Sept ia Oct. IS .Geo. R. Spinney Offloe ill California street, ban f ran oisco. MAZKPPA Assessment ........ Levied Amount per share Delinquent in office. . . . Day of sale Secretary No. August 15 ...50 cents ..Sept. 20 ....Oct. 8 . ,M. F. Game Office No. 320 Bansome street, Ban Franoiioo. PtOCBI. Assessment.....' Levied. Amount per share Delinquent in office. . . , Day of Sale Secretary . . . ...No. 4 August 19 fl.GO Sept. 26 Oct. 23 rh. V.. Elliot Offls4v-Room'2i Hayward's building, 419 California street, Ban r rancisw. 1 CHAPMAN. ' Assessment. ; , ,'ai AmounVper share 25?"t5 Delinanent in office ...... SepUmbet '2 Dayol sale , SepUraoer Secretary Franlt R. Swift Offioe -415 Montgomery street, Han Francisco. NATIONAL. ' Amount per share. v. .50Yi5"t! Delinquent in office P''oq BpBmK oMoonlNV.'KiVCali stretrt, San Francisoo. Assessment. . ........ Levied... ? Amount per share Delinquent in offioe.. Day ol sals... . . ... necretary. .-. ' , a" Offios Ho. 426 MoHtgomery street, Ban Francisco. . ( INOOMAB. , y. - , AsstBament.. i. ....... - ' Levied August m Amount per share t?? Delinquent in offioe ; i Day o? s.1. .I ........ SecreUry C'!V;,?' OfflesEoom 23, Havward's building No. 419 California street, San Fran PSAVINI Assessment , . i . . . i . Levied....'. Amount per share Delinanent in offloe. . . . Day of sale............. seoretarv No . . . . August 23 . 50oents ' Sept. 30 ...... Oot. 23 .0. F. Baloom AXOTREB MAN KILLED. Jhm Maaalaar BlMt br mm oa. Yesterday morring another homicide occurred in Pioche. Below we give the statements elicited at the Coroner's in quest, which was held in the room back of Dr. Deal's drug store, at 11 a. m. At 8 30 o'clook, Jamas Wales and John Man ning, while walking down Main street, met officer W. L. McKee in front of the "City Club Rjoms," third door above Meadow Vulley street. Both Manning and Wales were somewhat under the in fluence of liquor. Manning siil to McKee: "Hold on, Mac, I thiuk you're a friend of the party that killed Court ney." McKee replied: " What have you got to say about it?" Maiming answered: " Nothing. Mac, but I don't like officers that murder a man." McKee said: "You are druuk now. Any difference we have had we will settle when yon are sober. Go to ld, and when you get sober I'll talk to you," and laid his band ou Manning's ahoulder. Manning re plied: Jloc, there's no d d son of a b h in this town ean make me go to bed 11 go to bed when I get ready." McKee said that be didn't want to make, him go to bed, but that he (Manning) had better ake bis advice. Other words may have passed between them, but if so, they were not heard. Mauniuii then made a motion as if to draw a weapon, and McKoe, being quicker, drew out a self- cocking pistol and fired. Manning quiv ered for a moment, boldinz his rmbt band to his hip, beneath bis coat and then fell ou the sidewalk. Tht only words he spoke were, I'm shot." Wales thiDks that he also said, " I'm murdered." Wales drew bis pistol, cocked it, and levelled it at McKee, saying, "Mac, don't shoot any more or I'll kill you." MaKee said something to the effect that he allowed no one to draw a gun on him, and kept In readiness lo defend himself in case Manning should arise, for a short time, and then walked away, and gave himself up at Ibe Sheriff's office. Manning tried to rise several times, but his attempts were ineffectual. He was carried to Bishop & Lee's drug store. Dr. Lee, who examined the wound, found that the ball had struck him on the left breast bone. It evidently went a little down ward, and probably struck one of the Mood-vessels. His boots were tskeu off, and he died in about halt an hour breathing his last at 9:5 a. lu. Shortly after, he was put into an express wagon and hauled to the County Hospital, but bis fiiends soon took him thence to his cabin on or near Panaoa Flat, from whence his funeral is to take place. During the preceding night or early in the morning, O'Brien, Wales, James Hunter and Manning were in company. They were under the influence of liquor, and weapons were freely displayed. There was a good deal of quarreling go ing on. Manning said that he wanted to find some of Travis' friends wanted to kill some s of a b , and desired Hunt er, who was then or hod been in the em ploy of Travis, to go out on the street with him. He also talked about Morgan Courtney (who was killed by McKinuey about a month ago), and said that Fat Mac McKee, one of Travis' pets, had put up the game for the killing of Courtney. Officer McKee met the party not long before the shooting, and probably thinking they might do some harm wilh their weapous, he disarmed O Brien, Wales and Hunter. Manning, who was standing apart from the otters, must have esoaped his notice. This was on Meadow Valley street. Hunter stepped into 1'jersou's saloon for a few minutes and told McKee to look out for Man ning, because he blamed him ( McKee) for tbe killing of Courtney. Of the character of Manning, who Was a miner, we known little. As tor McKee, he has for some time been acting in tbe capacity of Deputy Sheriff aud night watchman, and is universally respected as a fearless and efficient officer. The verdict of the Coroner's jury was, in substance, as follows : , We, the undersigned, being duly sworn, find that the true name of deceased is John Manning, that he is a native of Ire land, thirty-five years of age, and that he died by a gunshot wound inflicted by W. L. McKee on this 3d doy of August, 1873. w IT McKillin. James Simmons. A. D. Jones, A. M. Berry, J. A. Colwell, Jesse Beene. TlocHK Dkusk. Night Detore issi Fioche, or at least ft certain portion of its inhabitants, got drunk. There were drunks in saloons and drunkB in the streets; drunks danoing iu a " hurdy " ball room, drunks lying on sidewalks and boot-black stands, and more drunks .AVi.tlnnAtelv caressing, posts. There were laeer drunks and whisky drnnks there were peaceable drunks and billiger ent drunks in short there were drunks of all imaginable kinds in every conceiv able nlace. One lot of Gorman urunas sang "DieWacht am Bhein " with all the rich beauty of tone natural to the natives of Faderland until auoui one o'clock, and then Indulged in a sociable bnooVdown. Some whisky drunks ..nnsed themselves by sticking bowie knives into bar-room tables.and in "sling- ... 3 1. -.!...'- in' their Whistlers aronna enou um ears. Besides tripping tbe light fantas tic toe at the Lacour street ' ball," the honest miner and others indulged in me . . tiia "Hnrdv" lerpsionoreaii - - v... Th various " tieers " were ex- UUUBva. - tm.1v hamrv. and th keepers pf Mere BlooeL J'ttqile are beginning to thiuk there is something in the atmosphere of Fioche which leads irresistibly to the destruction of human life. For desperate and bloody deeds of lawlessness, Fioche stands with out a rival, to-day, on the Pacific coast. aud, perhaps, in the civilized world. We were just begiuning to congratulate our selves open the supposed fuel that a bet ter day had dawned upon us, inasmuch as the courts, juries snd peace officers were bravely and manfully doing their duty iu the vindication of offended law. when the ears of the eoainiuuity are aain startled and shocked by tbe sound of a pistol on one of the most public places in town and the cry that another mau is killed. This time the deed of blood was committed by one of the sworn guard ians ot tbe peace; whose frieuds claim, however, that he acted in necessary self defense, and could not have done other- wire than he did without endangering his own life, which they say will be fully shown on the investigation of the case before the committing magistrate. We therefore withhold any expression of opinion until after the investigation hatever may be tbe results, we cau but deplore the condition of society and pub lic morals which leads continually to the use of deadly weapons aud deeds of blood. Thk Mkadow Vallky Supkbintidrkt. Mr. David Mouroe Terrill, of Gold Hill, where he was generally known as Dave Monroe, has been appointed Super intendent of tbe Meadow Valley mine. He is much praised as a practical miner by those who knew 'him in Gold Hill, where be has been foreman of the Em pire and Imperial mines. Cowakdlt. Yesterday morning, about 4 o'clock, soma individuals came into Uerow'B Saloon and borrowed from Lew Gates his pistol. As soon as they had obtained possession of his pistol they "went for him," nnd their combined forces succeeded in overcoming him. They struck him several times with a tumbler, and battered him up generally. Dangerous. More than once we have taken occasion to speak of a shaft on Meadow Valley street, which is so care lessly covered up as to render it a source of great danger to horses, men and pedes trians. Perhaps when some ono's leg is broken, or a valuable horse disappears in its depths, people will begin to believe that we are correct in onr remarks. Let the nuisauce be abated. Out Aoais. John Pattee, who was thrown from his horse on Tuesday after noon, and quite severely bruised, iu fact, so much so that for that night he was unable to lie removed to his bouse, was so far recovered ns to be able to be on the streets yesterday. We are clad to learn that his injuries were not so serious as was at nrst supposed. Floweih. Nothing shows au inmate spirit of refinement more than a love for flowers. We see in many places about towu exquisito flowers cultivated iu pots. Nothing gives a greater cha'ni to a resi dence than to nee (lower blooming in the windows. Appointmkmt. John Kelley, for some time a niember of the police force at Hamilton, has hern appointed a special Constable by Smith Gray, Constable of this Township. From what we hear of Mr. Kelley we should judge this was S good appointment. Hoitsi Raci. A dispatch from Bnl liouville states that at 3 o'clock p. m. yesterday a race came off between Tom Gillan's black mare and Jack McLar's bay mare. Tbe latter won the race by twenty leet. Rkcovkiusq. We are glad to see our friend S. R. Nichols able to be out again Piokekk News Depot. Main street C. vt leckrhold. Merine) deraklrta mt tmmr hlta mt Pi. Aahlrn ea Bra's. . A8H1M k BRO. Burs raoca 8cm, 40; worth (90. Who ttea'l kaaw Ike. I th eheaneat alare 1st laws le M. Aaklaa dk Brw'e t Bare elottalaart La tost atrlM at SL Aaklaa as Bra's. Paper eollsra Brraalr ar Bkakana. reaji as enu par box at Aaklaa at Bra. lasaetklaaT atw-ni, wkllw aaa blew CaL Mlealoa ftaarl aslmkliti aad dim wera-t A. OU at Askia ak Bra. A kat srlToa ta every aak Ikat bay a i mmn u m. abumbi a Btrera, Ckaapl Wklta, brews raavaa abaea at ti. Aaklaa id Mark, Bra'a. The Ghost or Mobtimih. We are not believers in tbe supernatural. The earth is for tbe fleshy mortal, and any sup posed intruders upon this globe, of the spook order, in these days, are either the results of vivid imagination or precon certed impostnre. Mortimer's cell, in the City Prison, has tbe reputation of being haunted. In May, one Colbaker, confined in that cell, made tbe dismal declaration, declaring he had been dis turbed by strange noises, by some on pulling his blankets off. In June s pris oner named White slept in that cell. The morning following he told a ghost story too, extending to tbe recital of tale about invisible hands losing his neck-tie. wane me traditional wnue rooed ngnre danced about him. In Jnly a young farmer from Iowa, who had never heard of Mortimer (what an ignorant fel low), was locked up as a witness, and by luck Mortimer s cell fell to his let. Tbe morning alter bis night in the room be declared nothing could induce him to sleep there again. He verified the previous stories. Wednes day last John Fox fell into Mortimer's oell for a night, and the next day came out half scared to death. Strange flut tering and rattling noises, sudden bursts of souud, crashing concussions, etc., had disturbed his slumbers. He was, however, put back for another night, but early in the evening begged to be taken out, which was dune. Such is the brief history of the haunted cell. Our disbe lief in ghouls remains unshaken, and will until better evidence of the reality of these unreal personages is produced. ir gnosts nave taken to waiting aoroao, Mortimer's is about one of the fittest to be unquiet we know of. When bis stran gled spook shall tackle Carrie Mortimer, shake up Len Harris, give Distriet Attor ney Starr oue straight from the shoulder; when it shall fright the Judge that tried the murderer, and scalp the jailer who confined him, the pnblio may begin to believe that, in truth, Charley is at his old tricks again. Sacramento Record. goots, hor5, Hie. mmm & 0111 ....Can be found at..., THEIR STAND ON MAIN HTRKET, And have In store a FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK Of the following goods: Ready-made Clothing, DRY GOODS, Soots, Bliooa, HATS AND CAPS, And a rail Line ol GENTLEMEN'S FURMSHING GOODS ....mrLTOMO.... Suits Made to Order, ....or ALU... DESCRIPTIONS OP! UL0TH8 ADD 0A88IMEE8, Whlrb will ba Hold VERY LOWFOR CASH. They bava alaa flecared tba elarvt- ees ot a riret-elaaa tatter and ruler, JaU-tf JOB PRINTING. FRANK 1 HEELER & 0., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS In General Hardware, HILL aoOM MUX OOODI MILL OOODS MILL OOOD4J Mill Goods MUX GOODS mix ooods tnu. ooolie jlflLL OOODS Mining Goods Mlntne (loads Mining Goods Mining OoodsDlnlnu UUUUOMlnlngGeods Mining uoode Mining Uoods Mining Goods Iron and. steel, Stoves of all Kinds, HtO EtO HitO ICtO. A Supply of 'Till 111 ID C Tln-ari, Tinware ' I InnAntTlnwsre Tinware Tinware Tinware' 'tinware Tinware PIOCHE MARKET REPORT. Caeh Price. On band; also Tin Work Executed prompt ly at reasonable rates. STONE HTORE, Upper Main street, Pioche, Nevada, apiu.tr Compiled by !. AinlM k Ban. Wholesale. CriiHbpd Hugar 17 H Orannlated Hugar lflH Pulverized Sugar II 23 Oft He California Breakfast Bacon ... Hi Hams, California " Banded ,. Chicago Canvaaed ltacon . . . Beantt, all kinds , Apples, dried Pt-ecnea, dried Coffee, Cotita Kica Coffee, Java Cotlee, Yellow Tea, M. M. a Co Tea, Basket Tea. Japan Lard, California !,ard, Chicago.. lueeee, llllroy . Hyrup, uoiuen Candles 4 01) but Soan.0.0 aoap, Castile.. Hati'bes Yraat powdera. P and M. Koyal Baking Powders ... Crat-kera, all kinds Pickles, Cuttings... Mackerel. No. 1 Codtliih, Eastern Herrings, Dutch Utce Cnrranla Corn Htarcb Citron Navy Tobaccos. i nnMl Tniuatupa. do. Btrinfl Beans, do. Green Pca. tta. Com. do. Ovuteni. do. Pie Frulte. do. Condensed Milk, do. Salmon, 4 76 Mr dot. of I aiiR for II as. Arrivals and Departures of Mailt to and from Fioche.. For the last ten days he has been pros trated by sickness, but bo is now conva. all .":.'S All these things taaen P'? tin. with many" others ....No.5 August 28 ..25 cents ....Oct 4 ...Oot. 88 C. F. Bateom "wiwtnry Offioe No. 4'Jtl Montgomery street, San Prancisoo). '- ' which w did not see, we mm j the town was quite lively. Om, ADac.-tt night at about eleven o'clock, racket was beard In an Meadow Valley street saloon. - It w all over in a minute, however, and a drunken individual was seen to come out of a door, hat in hand. He 88e"'" down tht street, and all was quiot in the ulnnn. , . I?. . ,.HAiij,THi!B.-The side walk jewelry man still live, and I hold. . Main street. If Jon nis w81""" , , . . Want watches, jewelry, or kind call on him. Judging from .w&d hi. stand, he is doing a lano-oince mu.. lescent ltou On.' This morning at one clock, an intoxicated individual on Main utreat was londlv remusting the silvery moon to roll on, and so did ne wnen ne saw an officer coming, A Ecmob raoM Chinatowh. Last iaht five shots were heard in Chinatown, murder was reported. No dead man had been found iu that quarter when we went to press. Appointmknt. Miohael Brenneu was vesterdav ocooiutod as a deputy by Sher- T.Y rn-....:.. tuian.all Vnnun i n tliis citv til liaIBi ra " -1 . as an efficient officer. Thk followina nassencors will arrnve tn.,1 w bv the Hamilton stage nhnrles Williams. K. urown ana ju. Fletcher. Foskral. To-day at two o'clock the funeral of John Manning will take place from biB residence on fanaca c iat. Tfn Rtaok. The Hamilton stage had not arrived last night at ri o clock Dklinocknt SunsoitiBKBs are hereby notified that the carrier of the Ekcobd will, after the 8th of September, 187 J, enforce strictly his rule requiring a sei tlemeut at least once a month. He is compelled to settle for his papers every Monday, and it is unreasonaoie ior per. sons to expect bim to wait upon them forhispoy for a longer period man -a, ThnaA who fail to comply with his rule after the date above mentioned will be stricken from His list uuiu pay ment is made. No exceptions to inc rule will be made. Jin, Brows, the indefatigable, not satisfied with his magnificent hall on lower Main street,' where, by common consent, he dispenses the purest liquors and the most delicious drinks in Pioche, has purchased the City Club Room., where the will henceforth cater for the public as well as at the old stand. Ths Citjr Club KooniB are sure of a big run now., W would call the attention of our readers to the advertisement in another column ef the Brooks Sewing Machine Co., of New i-orkjtuey aaveruae, wu... ;n.lAt a valuable invention, a first-class sewing machine for five dollars. A krw circulating library, imported ci gars, tobacco, stationery and n,"j! ery at jjw.i" vw ui r ton's saloon; Main street;- ;j ' " ReopiKBD. The barber shop on Mead ., , i ill PinriAer ow vauey sww, - ------ stables. ' nnaving omira fift eents. "' . . . For Bint.- Building adjoining tne Dexter stable., now used a. barber .hop. Apply to Gnu. C. Jobnstoii. , Mlnliitf bouts only Stt t M. Aahlm at Bra's. , ( ,u . :'- ih.aik raaalmrre paate f .1 aad i 30 a 211 II) IS 16 16 w , 16 70 70 01 19 10 H3H I Ul teg Retail. 'JO IS 31 31)4 33)4 'is . ia IB 18 .10 as Is 76 76 A) , n 23 30 HARRISON BROS. '...inaauas in.. Furniture and Bedding Carpets, Paper, t,lnlnjr, Main, o,. Doors ,.i 60 box ... U ..3 60grueapkg36 . .3 50 dos can 26 . .2 60 dot .. 16)4 ,..4 60k.g ,.t 00 kit ... 1.1 ..4 50 keg ,..7 00 nul ... MX 30 76 70 can 26 18 36 20 26 IS 35 36 ! 75 Wall aad MAIM STREET, FIOCHE. NPRIXG AND PI'I.U MATRKflNKti, Bla.njx.ets, Sheets, PARLOR AND BED-ROOM MKTS, ..- FINE TOILET 8BTS, , Carpets and Oil Cloth, Window Shades. I A FINE ASSORTMENT OF UPHOLSTERY Xm. Goods, Drapery, Ac. Paper Banging done, apa-ti griirtiit. Union Pacific Railroad. TIME TABLE. rRAiNs wnx r. as follows: a.; Baited, Pi ioche Daily Record NEWSPAPER - AND - JOB PRINTING OFFICE. WQST -OF- LACOUR STREET. ZOOUE, adJe-vr. fjurs. --Daiir exprtM. SJ0 C JU p. m ; freight, lOJua. m. AunK. Daily exirmai, 5:10 p m.; aUid,ls- p. .; freit'oL, COU a. m. Dallv toctjfyrtionB made at Otfdcn With Ui I'tah Central Kallruad fmra Klt Lake City aad all points in Hrmtlvru Vuh. At If. rail, W11H MBgV iitrinenwrnviiiT niustta. At Ctoveiuie. Willi Deuv-r jVw-iflu iUilniSai, for Denvtr, Oiitnl City, GeoiUwu and all point! in O.lortvdo and S-w Mfiim. A Omaha, with Cliirajio and Mortfafami: Chicago, iUtek laiand and rM-ino; Bortuiittoa and Mikwonri Kiver; Kanaa City, St. Joa and ('uuncll Blufla liallntada, and Miaourt nvcr unm of ftt4?amTB. for all points eaat and aoath. llrketa tor asie to ail poinui can at trrnre m Wella, Karxo k C4k.,East Trniple atret.aod at th offlo of tba I tab Central Kaiiroad, In Salt Lake City; iino at the tTnln Pac ific liailroad ticat-t oftire. in ORden, at which office bertha oa aleeprDK-ara can be atnml. Arraugfiuenu have been made whereby pea- , euKcra desiring to visit Denver, on their way cast, can avail tuentaeivea of an eirurtuon rais from Chevenne to Denver, and return, at greatly reduced rat-a. For particulara and all inforaiation ia regard to paaaage, apply at the ticket otlii'ea. Paaaeugera should be careful to secure their paaaage tickets to all eastern and southern points via umaiiB, ana tuns avail toemseivea ot a through aleeping-oar, Ronifortabie at.-oominoda-tiona and quick time. THUS. Li. HIMBAU-, Ueneral Ticket Agent . T. E. K1CKLE8, au1i3-tf Chi f Engiiieer and Superintewleiit, ORDERS RECEIVED AT THK Railroads. ttSTTI. Fl'RIHF.R KOTW'E. U be aad arrive at Ogdem dailr, aa followa: Utali Central Railroad. T1MK TAW.F.. 'liRAINS LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY DAILY 1 at 6:S0 a. m and 9 p.m. Arrive at ug. den at 7 ::s) a. m. and 6:46 p. m. Trains wiu luave tigaen aaiiy ai b:w a. m. aim 6:30 p. ni. Arrive at Hall Ijikc Cll; at 10:40 a. ui. anas:wp. ni. Mixed Trains Will run daily. Sundays excepted, leaving Salt Lake City at s a. ni. and A::a) p. m., and Ogdeu at 6 a. ni. aud 60 a. ui. au2J-II Utah Southern Railroad. riUlAINH 1.F.AVK THK I'TAH CENTRAL L Depot. Malt Lake City, at 7 t. ro. and i:m tioi-k p. m. Halulv Ineareat uoiat to Littl" Cottonwood Canyon), at S:10 a. m.atid 8-30 p. m. Arrive at u-lil at a. ui. ana t:JU p. m. l ve Li 1,1 at VM a. m. and 6 p.m.; Handy, at 10:60 a. m. and S:lop. m. Arilve at Halt Lake City at 1130 a. m. and 7 p. ui. au3-tf Utah Northern Railroad. rpRAINS LEAVE COR1NNE AT 7:30 P. M.: X leave Logau at S::w a. ni., to connect with trains for Ogdeu and Salt Lake. au23-t( o. i. rt.. rt. ON ANT) AFTER 81KDAY, MAY , is?:i. Trains will leava OtiUEN aa follows: 5 rtn P. N. (Dailyl Pasaengor Train for Rmo (for Canon aud irgiuia). sacrameuio. Marvavllle, Redding (lor Portland, Or.) Stockton, Merced (for Yoeemitel Tipton (lor Los Auiwlea) Sau Joae aud Ban Irau eiaco. 5iOO P. M. (Dally) Tlirouisb Emigrant Train for Sacramento and San Francisco. T. H. GOODMAN, General Passenger and Ticket Agent. A. N. Tuwss, General Superintend tuys-tf Eastera aad Western Mall. Arrive aliont 4 n. m.l depart" S A.m. Tills msil closes at 7 146 a. ni. Halt Lake aad Vtak Mail. Arrives about 7 p.ta.1 departs S t. m., snd clones at 9 p. m. niko Hall Weekly. iwimi Tiinadava. at 11 a. ni.: departs Tues days, at 5 p. m. Ail aiail matter for Hlko, It not mailed before Tueaday. sbonld lie given to some one Inside, aud not dropped la sue letter box. Mail closet at 4:30 p m. BnUlonvllle and Panaea. Arrives dally, at 11 s. m.i departs 4 p. m.; aIb Hva minutes before denarture. Mail mat ter for these plicea sbould be banded Inside tbe same as Hiko. r FOBtomee open oauy (eAcep, duiiubj. u.. i.,.i hnliilftval . from s a. m. until 7 p. m.: Sun days, from to 10 a. m., and 6 to 7 p. m. Letters registered irom V a. m. to i p. m., daily except as above. 1. ' . aUitAal.1IUl A UB.IlHlDwai Tn0MPS0i & Gl srrt KssoRs ' to a. c. cordon, IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE . DEALERS IN , Wines, Liqnora 6c Clears Fire-Proof Building, La cour street, Next Door north of tbe Postoffloe, PIOCHE ..... NEVADA. Goods Taken on Storage. YS CONNECTION a i WITH THE ABOVE A neat Sample Room la attached, where nothing but Una Llqnars selected from tbe above atock will be dispensed, wbicb will be presided over by Mr. A . MoAL ISTER, who will be glad to see bis old friends. mylS-tf Publication Office, MAIN STREET, OPPOKITK MEADOW VALLEY NT. -FOR- Every Description JOB WORK. -Sl-CB AS- II! LOW RESERVOIR 'SSi'.. Are Suited to all Climates, AND FAMOUS FOB BEING BEST to T7S21 . . CHlUriSTTOBUTll ' ZASISSTTOSSLLIlf Famous far doing more and BETTER COOKING, Cy SWl IT Tlua ear Stara.f the eoat r akous run giving StcUsiacUcn EYarrvhcT, AND 11113 Especially Adapted TO Till 'OAK H. R. Breakey, MINING RECORDER, NOTARY PUBLIC iD O O U VOil gAMO Ell I ALSO " COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR CALIFORNIA AND VTAH I COLLECTIONSMAPE. Office, Mala Street, . sulO-'f Opposite Meadow Valley t. PRITCHARD'S Fast Freight Line FROM PALISADE VIA EUREKA, TO PIOCHE. On and After September lit, AND UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, Fast Srelslxt Hates WHX BB ft AND CENTS . PER ( POUND, l.i1! 'I -e-asro ,i; 1 ' LOW RATES 4 CTS. PER POUND. Light snd bulky goods proportionately more. MARK GOODS CARS PRITCHARD, PALISADE. POSTERS, and-BllliB, PLACARDS, BIUL-HEADS, CIRCULAR!, SOLID -BY EXCELSIOR HA-M'FACTl' RING COMPASV ST. LOUIS, MO., AND ' J. J. HALPIN & CO., au3S-tf Pioche, lev. A. Valuable Lmmtion! S5. AN ENTIRELT NEW . Sewing Machine ! FOR DOMESTIC USE. ONLY FIVE DOLLARS. Pioche Bakery. QUILLEN fc DOXAHOE, Proprietor. j Dealers in Groceries, WINES AHD LiaUOBS, : Meadow VaUe- St. mf Tlw highest price psld for Utah Produce. tuW-tf . Fast ' "' ' Slow No forwarding charges by this line. OFFICE I Corner of Pioche and Field Sts. T. r. LAWLER, Agent. suM-tf . t?. L. IRITCHAKD. PHiprleUir. H. MICHAEL, Wholesale and Retail Dealar In Clears, Tobacoo, Pipes, CARDS, For sale. The house Is centrsllf located. trail -NTOTTOTSTS. ETC. furnished, and has s good run or customers, it J Is. In every respect, a nni-uw, u, 0 Hotel for Bale. '; WINQ TO ILL-BEALTR AND A CON HE- queat deslra to enange my reauieuo a oner THE WIIJJIAK8 HOUSE PROGRAMMES, lAZtli-TIOKDTI ORE .BECEIPTS, be sold st s bargain the premises. Pioche, August 11, 1873, For particulars apply on 11. l. n ii,L.aAao. aulj-lm MAIN Opposite STREET, Meadow Valley anlO-tf Slreet. ADOLPH COHN it BRO., SnOCESSORS TO V. COHN, Wholesale ft Retail Dealers CIGARS and TOBACCO And everything else appertaialng to an estab. lisbment of that kind. All accounts due M. Oobn are payable to ths j -IV7 tllOI.PH COHN A BRO. u,,i,er-.B. ---- - . . Plocbe, uecemoBT ad... " at S. Aahlm as isre-a. . XSUTM - ST BRO. ,. num. Dxon AMD Black wmm Surra. 'i worth $!M. '" 1 '' "'' . Lost. MEADOW VALLEY MININO OOMPANrS Check No. 11.8S3, dated May 31. 17S, la lavor John Odberg, for Ml SO. suU-lm wt A aiirrTt T INOOLN COUNTY BONDS AND COUNT! Xj scrip of tne rayiin STATE HAWK OF NtTAPA. SWISS CONFECTIONERY MILEY Sc. LAAOE I). A. Miley, Isle of Sen Francisco, opposlie HAVE OPENED A CONFECTIONARY, BAKERY aad COFFEE SALOON On Main street, next to Hatpin a. Candles, "rrnlt Csket snd all kinds of Pastry: also Calf's Foot Jelly. Fan- ey Bosaa lor uansnriaa - "' Notioe. . 1 1 tru,Vii HA VINO CLAIMS AGAINST A. S. O. Barnes are requested to present the aame at the Detter SUbles, on or before the 1st . r m tw all iieraone knowlnr them- ... V. to the undersurned will lease pay the sen unlaadlstarr. or salt will be commenced lor its recovery. a.u. BAiujan. August 37. 1873. an'J7-lW Wltk tit Hit Pttint Buttot Salt Wgrkir. tat Horl llsrflt sst CoBpact la Costtroetios. Tkt Kort Battblt ul lonomltal It Utt. A Kodtl of Comtlik Stttartk aad Betaty. ( Complete In all Its parts, uses the Straight Eye Pointed Needle, Self Threading, direct upright Positive Motion, New Tension, in reeo aim Cloth Gnlder. Operates by Wheel snd on s Table. Light Running. Slnoth and nolselesa like all good high priced macninea. paie,,. check to prevent the wheel being turned the wrong way Uses the thread direct from the spool" Mskes tbe Elsstlc l-k Stitch (tlnest snd ' . ...... . . I HunM. Mimm strongeat iiin " uuu,r , , snd rapid. Will do all kinds of work, fine snd oosrae, from Cambric to heavy Cloth or Leather, snd uses sll descriptions oi ihitwi. The best mechanical talent In America and Europe, bss been devoted to improving aud almpllfying our Mscblnes, combining only that whlcn ta praciicaoie u uir"e , eomplloated arroundings generally found in other mscblnes. Special terma and extra tnauooinenai wiaiftTC I snd female egania, o - CCTION TICKET, eatabll.h agencies through the country and keep w - - I ,.. nn v,lliltinB and Bale. County rights given to smart agenia ime. Agents' complete onlfitt furnished without tny eatra charge. Hamplns of sewing, descriptive circulars containing len us, testimonials engrav. Inge, ao., sent tree. Aaareas, BROOKS SEfllll. 11AGHISE CO., No. 1329, Broadway, spa. - ' ITta-w TTorlt. j M i) s .;.st'-'. 11US1NKSK 'oAIaDS, VI81TIHQ CARDS, etc. AVIN0 . A Complete OQce, it CHALLEHaB. CeiPETITlOlIt' HOLLAND ak, CO. UBS. I. SAIH. CliaViice of Proprietors. MBS. WILLMAN HAVING LEASED HER Hotel to RAIN fc O'LKARV, they are now prepared to fumlah . BOARD AT tS PER WEEK, AND MEALS 56 CENTS. .- The Table will be always supplied with tba beat lb. aiarket afforda. There ire also attached to the Hotel airy FURNISHED ROOMS, Uaaar ths ssysiTWo. ot MRS. WILLMAN.