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Fablisnea eeery amy ( Monde jreei-,,ti T HOIXAND CO. OFFICE-tpi t Main street. East iOe. Dm rw, y uiu or express j19 Htl iwi" , Three MaoUia (' forwarded till paid for j . .. TUB OAH.Y RECORD It aWI-vert In Woclm, BnllKmrilla and Him. to till? Curriers. W.0EDUAO... BmiioaTille T. 8TABB Hamilton M SEW ailOMG FOB COXCEX. TUAT1U TAIMXOS. We yetiterday saw in orjerntinn Lover Gold Hill, James T. HcDongal'i paiea. uiiuik tuuucuiniior. a ened hag been erected in the can von just abore the old Empire mill, and in this the sew ma- cbine naa wn aw up and is now beinu o. Tha annnn. i . . 6 UJIC."", t t ' 1'1 CUUS1BIB in broad, autuiow aiuica dot, or aeries of boiea, aomewhat resembling the sluices nsea in umukci wanning, except that the aides of the boxes are higher. The bot toms of the boxes are covered with sec tions of cast iron, in which are small grooves, the deepest part of the groove ptuug vm u, up-iwrcnui wae. standing npon this bottom, imagine a great num ber of little four-legged stools, each leg that it stands diamond-fashion to the cur rent of the water flowiug through the sluice. These little stools aro about four inchea square and are so placed in the sluices that their legs form rows running in the same direction as do the rows of spots on a ouecuor iwnru. Owing .to the currents of water which flow through the straight row of pegs, legs, pins, or what ever they may Je called, striking against the currents passing through the diagonal rows, a sloshing, side to side motion in generated in the water similar to that of oi tue water in an old fashioned rocker This is a description of one box in the name, as many rxixes may be added as is tnougnt proper. A flume of this kind is generally made from 75 to 150 feet in length. For the first box the little stools sre maue oi iron, t he legs are hollow and contain a sheet of copper held in place by a wooden plug. This Comllinn. tionof copper and iron is supposed tp pro duce a certain amount of electrical action by means of which tine quicksilver will iwcaugai. jy means ot his machine, Mr. McUougnl says he can reduce tail ings to one-half, one-fourth or one-tenth of their original bulk, just as may be de sired, saving 90 per cent, of the gold and silver they may contain. The machinehe U using consists of but two boxes and was merely set np to show the mnnner in which it works. When we saw it, it had been running about two hours and upon examination the riffles or grooves in the bottom were found well filled with Bill phurets. A Mexican miner who exam ined these sulphurets seemed much pleased to find them so rich and abund ant, and pronounced the machine "bueno." He said the contents of the riflies would yield at the rate of $300 to $400 per ton. A gentleman who was present placed some of the concentrated tailings in a horn, and by rubbing with his thumb produced quite a Urge globule of quicksilver. Previous to the rubbing together the quicksilver was so fiuely di vided that it only could be seeu by the aid of a magnifying glass. The globule was strained through a piece of buckskin and left behind it a considerable streak of amalgam. Mr. SIcDongal's inven tion is covered by three patents, two se cured in 18(!8 and one in 1870. The ap paratus was first put in practical use at Sutter Creek, Amador county, Califor nia, in 18G8. It was introduced in Grass Valley, Nevada county, in 1870, where it ' is still in nse, and where it is said to work well. The sluices below hydraulio mines are also fitted with the same appa ratus, but in this case the legs of the stools are logs of wood twelve inches square. The apparatus is thus used at Kmartsville, Cherokee, Sucker Flat, Rose's Bur and other California mining camps. For use in these big mines, the wooden legs are shod with iron on their np stream angles. How the machine will work hers remains to be seen. It is to be seen in operation at the place we have named, and milluien can examine it for themselves. It would seem well adapted to the saving of quicksilver and the heav ier sulphurets. but we do not see that it is likelv to save the fine gold ami silver which floats in the very bubbles of the water, and which goes to enrich what our millmen oall "slimes." Virginia En terprise, Cth. Wi learned Monday bow to get an engine on the track, when otf. This may be of benefit to our many readers who are railroad men, and may not. The first thing to be done after becoming satisfied that the engine is certainly off, is for the engineer and conductor to pro ceed to the "wreck" and swear for at least three minutes, the next is for all hands to blame each other, and then from a suggestion from a section man, who has just oome up, get all the old ties you can mid poke them around under the engine. After this is done, more swear ing is necessary, and as outsiders are iu the way, "go for "them; after which all rest, and wait for an engine, -which is sent to assUt you; upon its arrival get some little pieces of iron off the engine, and block tha wheels in front with them, so the engine can't run back, then stand buck from the track, and swear at the , engineer of the helping engine; then gut n strong rope sud fasten the hinder part of the engine that is off to the foremost end of tha one thut 's on, and tell the en- - gineer of the one that 's on to back up. After his doing this until he pulls it on, put it out of the way, and go for the other half of the engine which is oft, which has been severed from it behind part and have an engineer on it, anil tell the engineers to back up, and keep doing so, until it is also on the track which it bad left. Then report to headquarters and be allowed to go on a prolonged picnic Kearney (Neb.) Junction. What Breaks Down a Vodno Man. It is a commonly received notion that hard study is the unhealthy element of college life. But from the tables of mor- . tolityol Harvard University, collected by Professor Pieroe from the last trien nial catalogue, it is clearly demonstrated that the exoess of deaths for the first ten years after graduation is fonnd in that portion of the olass of inferior scholai ship. Every one who has seen the cur riculum knows that where Eschylus and political economy injures one, late hours and rum punches use up a doxen, and the two LitUa Huge of these are heavier than the loins of Euclid. Dissipation is a sure destroyer, and every young man who follows it is, as the early flower, n posed to an untimely fros . Those who have been inveigled into the path of vioe are named legion. A few "hours 8'eP each night, high living, and also "smash- : es" mak. war upon eanction of tha body. " The brains, tha heart, the lungs, th Ilm. th. spine, the limbs, the bones the flesh-every part and fuo ulty are overtasked and weakened by he ter rifio energy of passion loosened from re StroiMil. lih. diUrjdatedmn. the " earthly house of this tabernacle Ms in!? ruinous decay. Fast young men, right about! - Calitornians are boasting or a new domestic fowl, i th cbapaml L n! churra. which is easily domesticated and when properly cooked is superior to ehickeuPforPat.nB. Tto chnrr, i .about tha sue of a ourl.w, with a top-kn ot, aud long UH of beautiful colored feathers. It is a great enemy to snakes and vermin. D IOC fiflLYTliMii vriT TfT J1J. 1. MOCHE. NEVADA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1873 A IjKtteii ro ur. FBA5iItIJN rjit, Losdou, April 2, 1771. 1 dnlv reefiv-.l . .,.!? of ocioh., ., .1 . . r, : v ar: " . " . Figure to' hear ffij?" t to von for ronr rv,,.....- . ""K" Th. n" m Acconnt. ihe Letters yon mention gave grt-nt Of fence here; hut that wa.nt ,1 mviXreRt,:'"Fr?':ur 7i ' , " . J "e snt mem miner. i'wCfssional (farfl. If OUr ('Oil lit TV Pnl u.,.l.l . ii ;.lur ii,., n i, r "vuiu eu con sider that al they vo in refusing to purchase foreign Gewgaws, in toakC their own Apparel, being applied to th' Improvement of their Pint.fi... " render those more profitable, as yieldinn a greater Produce, I should hope they would persist resolutely in their present commendable Industry and Frugality And there is still friv, .. " The Colonies that produce rrovisious grow very fast; But of the Countries that tnko off those Provisions, some do not increase at all. as the F.nrnnn and others, as the West Indian Colonies not iu the same Proportion. So that tho' the Demand at present mnybesiirncieut it cannot long continue so.- Everv Manul nirturer encouraged in our Country makes part of a M.irket f,,r P,ni.::' within ourselves, and saves so much Money to the Conntrv be exported to pay for the Manufactures ""Pl'iies. nere in England it is well known and understood tlmt -l.... - Manufacture is etablialieil i.i... m ploys a Number of Hands, it raises the value of Lands in Ihe neiuhboring Coun try all around it; partly by the greater Demand near at hand for the Produce of the Land; and partly from the Plenty of Money Drawn by the Manufacturers to inai part oi the Country. It seems there fore the Interest of all our Fannern .l owners of Lands, to encourage our youu" Manufactures in preference to forainS ones imported among us from distant onnmes. 1 am much obliged bv vour kind Pr. nt of curious Seeds. Thev cm uul. come Gifts to some of mv Friends. I send you herewith some of the new Bar ley lately introduced into this Country, & now highly spoken of. I wish it may be found of Use with us. I was more plens'd to see in vour Let ter the Improvement of our Paper, hav ing had a principal bhare iu establishing that Manufacture among us manv Years ago, by the Encouragement I gave it. ji iu nuriuing i can serve you here, it ill be a Pleasure to Vour obliged Friend and humble Servant, B. Franksin. Mb. Hi'Upuukt Makshall. T.D.EDWARDS, - - . ... mi Axb COrXSEMm AT b IV, . CAEfON CITY. XEVADA, "HI practice in ,11 the Court, of this gate. Bi ins Attorney furtheCentnl Vtciic tUllnxul CoBillir. will nlitAiu title to the lBrt. below. i-urrhU 'T""- "J P" to IliviUK pi4 eneci,l .tu-ntion to th, pnrtira bnf.w Uk lotted Sut UndOmo. tor Mm yel. r.pertfuUj teller, hi, Mrvicni It tlut UKUirb ol ousiuewi. W ill t.k. ih, ..pies OI eZtoZJ?J''?- i - i,,, , , ,V ' . "wtw wita Having an o-iti- MUrary Wmhinmao. Mpecul .ttentt.m will ba riven to olrfJi,! intent, to publir ltiuit ua mine,, u well im ...... .on uucmeii gjoertllj before the Dptrt- tbenu. mj-'JUtt Ftum-ii l. Alii, qz3. o. inn. AUD & BERRY, ATTORNEYS AT I.AW. On-na: Went Me M-n ,trfH ta Duk btnlaiix nji tlim, Ilvb. lieml,. Jeli-U A. B. ODOrjGHEETY, Attoruoy.nt.Tjn xxr . lrllie an Meadow Vallrjr Kliwl, Oiipotlte'Ka. 1. kU27-t T. tftotliiug, (Jtr. Pioneer Store! Pioneer Store! ASSAYER. OFFICE: MEADOW VALLEY STREET, OPPOSITE FIQCnE HOISTING WORKS. Couih:tii Fsrllltlel for Molting and Assaying Bullion. Or of everj den riptlon rwfnilr asmred. ecl-tt DR. H. BERGSTEIN, lath or ats ntAsmco.) Physician, Surgeou and Accoucheur. OrricE White's nallduig, the bute Bauk oi Nevada. Main street, over jy24-tf DR. O. L. DEAL, OrrirK at Drag Store, Main street. PIOCHE, NEVADA. jaS-tf ALVA. C. Buwop, Al. 1. g. L. Ul, M. D. Dis. BISHOP & LEE, Physicians tfc Surgeons, Mala Street, , MOCHK '.NEVADA. w. w. BHHor. Bishop A. Sabin, ATTORNEYS -T LAW. PIOCUE, UNCOLN COUNTY, NEV. ap2B-lt Pitzer (t Corson, Attoruci'H ill Law, PIOCUE CITY NEVADA I). Coaaos, U.S. Couht Couhuuioxu. ..IN W HORACE D. s. s. s. ASHIil ASHIM A SHIM Sc BRO. BRO. BRO. Spring Stock ! New Coods! 1 Daily Arrivals! READY-MADE CLOTHING! Men's ami lioya BOOTS AND SIOES, Cents' Furnishing Coods OP THIS LATEST STVLESl Groceries, . Oanclles, BEENE, IAW ATTORNEY AT - A N D - NOTARY PUBLIC FOB LINCOLN COUNTY, )n7-t( W. FBTTKRMAy, M. O., Homoeopathic Physician, Otllr oil Larotir Nla-eel, Bi'tween the Piwt Offli-e and the Cmirt Houac. JeJCU DENTISTRY. ANY ONE FAVOHINd MK WITH their patronaife may expect, everv effort to be made to make all' operation aa perfect as possible. Office: Main street, Pioehe, pert door to Ilalpin a. ap2tf) F. C. NIPHOIJi. Susinrjs (Tards. E. P. SINE. W. N. OBANOER SINE & GRANGER, Attorneys a-t Law BELMONT NEVADA. ALSO RKCRIVER AND R ROISTER ....or Tux.... Land Office for this DIatrlet. JaU.tl Fuse: STEEL, HAMMERS, PICKS, Ami every ileacrlptlon of Mlnera' IVarea, tojrether with a Full Line o( General MerchantlisB. Which we ofl'c r for sale at a REDUCTION IN PRICES! HERETOFORE I'XKXOWX! NO PRETENSE ABOUT IT! We Sell fur Less Because we Buy for Lesa I Indies and Gentlemen of Pioche! TRAVELERS I TEAMSTERS I PROS PECTORS! PIONEERS I BUY THE CHEAPEST! OUR BKCAl'SR THE BEST I GOODS ARE FRESH FIEST-CLASS t AND Who doubts that tor c,n 001,16 of ASHIMS, WB SAY UNTO THEM come and Soo ! JeM-td Taxpayers, lake Notice! .vn arTPR THIS DATE ALL PER- r IBM are hereby notihed not to payanf KM ilon. .uthorlzed I to receipt db. j,ake all -"" HASMT. " 1AX Assessor ot Lincoln Oouoty, Nevada. . Pioche, Lincoln oounty, Ner., Aug. 8, 1-auW-tf DR. C. HARENBERC, r physloian Se -Burgeon. OFFICE ON MEADOW VALLEY STREET, In Logan's Lodging Hotue. Soeclal attention paid to private diseaael. Cure guaranteed or moneyYefunded. " Office, hours, 10 a. in. till t p. m. Evening, from 5 to 9. fJ'-tf J as.S. Smith & Co. Stock Brokers, Main Street, Three iloorrtelov Wei's, Fargo & Co. PIOCHE, NEVADA. ) A.XD S 1:7.1. STOCKS STKCl V OX COMfSSIO. Currency Bought and Sold. SAN FKAN'USCO 11HOKEKS: Messrs. WOODS & FREEBORX. jyW-tf a.cAui. CAHILL k roi, STOCK BROKERS. OH MONTOOKEPT STREET, Fraarlaro. Cal. tf U. S. PATENTS TOR MINERAL LANDS. N. WE8COATT, HAVING JVST BKCEIVEI) THE APPOINT, mentof V. . Deputy Ulneral Hunevor W-rtrt of Uncoto County, herelieT ouce to the owners of laining clalnw and mill sites, situate within this County, that he la now KSSL1? ""f1" "'" ecaary aurrey., re. quired by law. for parties who may ba deairona ol aecuring their claima by a patent trout the povenuueut. All the neeeaaarylnfonnallou as to tha requialta preliminary atepa will be afford. Ii ,i ' r ',r anore, at his ofHee on wh vuuiji aumn X H.-Ur. Wesooatt will eonUnne to give hia neat aUeatlew to mining surviving andengln. JACOBS k SULTAN, Pioche A Bulllonville. WaouaALc ann Retail Dialcm in GENERAL MERCHANDISE, ETC. Particular attention paid to COUNTRY ORDERS, WARD. ROSEWOOD AND METAL-. MO CASKS eonsuntly on I Special Attention Oiven to the Shipment of Bodies East or West. A SPLENDID HEARSC Always In Attendance. f22tf A. FARGO & CO., IMPORTERS & JOBBERS E. BRANDIES, WINES And IjlIC?X70H.S, 16 front at.. Corner C'onimercUt St., SAN FHANOIS OO. eM-tf D. C. CLARKA BROTHER STONE STORE, LOWER MAIN 8TREKT. PIOCHB, NEVADA, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SROCKRIBH, PROVIBIOKS, POWDER, FUNK, D anniiftAL MERCHANDISE, mylO-tf WARD'S Furniture and Undertaking ESTABLISHMENT, p. MAI! STREET, a. JaWpiOOIIK. NKV.XST SPRING &PULU MATRESSES, Bla.xxk.ets, Sheets, PARLOR AND BED-ROOM SKTS, Fine Toilet Hets, Carpets and Oil Cloth, "Window Siiacles. A Fine Assortment of Upholstery Goods, DRAPERY &o. PAPER nANOINO DONR. fSS-tf Saloons. Whalraale a Bel Retail E. HAMILTON, -Sealer lax Main Street, Piot lir. T'HE RETAIL DKPAKTMEXT OOMPBiaiNO a Uqnor and Billiard tiakion, wilh firar Mew and SPLENDID TABLES! Has been fitted np rojrardlraa of etpenae, anil challenges enmnariann with aurHaloon in the Armory Hall Saloon, Formerly known as BUOKBYE, ylLL BE HEHEAFTEB CONPI'CTEK BV K. J. HANLEV, Proprietor. The choicest brands of WISEH, l.IUl'UIW ud iJIUAltM will alwajra l. found at theBar jytf MORE EXTENSIVE ! MORE ATTRACTIVE! JOHN C. LYNCH, Wholesale and Retail Liquor Merchant, Corner Main and Laconr streets, PIOOH23, Also Proprietor of the Long-ostablished and well-known FASHION SALOON & CLUB ROOMS. mAKES PLEASURE IN remmmm nir .T;. '."V1" nd J' one ne will continue, as heretofore to keen THE FINEST WINES, I-iIQTJOFtS LINTX OIGATl n IN THIS MARKET. Particular attention will hereafter be given The .Wholesale TradA. AU doslrins to alnnb nM In i. ... , side camps, are invited to call and sample goods and learn prices Before Purchasing Elsewhere. rai-ti PALACE CLUB F.0CM2, RUSSELL SCOTT H8 OPENKD CLCB ROOMS OVER HAL. FIN 8 Hardware Htnm Mn u,r.. ....a AflfflEa viiiting the PALACE can rely on the beat of accommodations, and when other amusements sre required It will not be ueceiwa. i wguBiuBwiiere, 0117-tf SODA WATER! SODA WATER! Soda and Sarsavarilla AT THE PIOIER SODA FACTORY. ALSO BOTTLED CIDER, Made from fine Apples. ay Delivered in any part of the city. Bend in your orders, JOHN. T. DAVIS k CO., Jl'6-tf Proprietors. sEarfltrnvf. AUCTION SALES. E. A. FRIEND, Auction and Corumlulon Merchant, DEALEB IN NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. Salesrooms, Main Street, Next Door to Frank Wheeler's Hardware Store. Rcoulab Sale Day. Every SATURDAY, at 11 o'clock a. m. aT-flalea of Furniture at reaideneea. Out door Sales of Merchandise of every description promptly attended to. man auvances on con algnments. . Real Estate Aatent, Bowses to Rent and Rente Collected. E. A. FRIEND, Upper Main Street. Jyll.td GEO. DAVIS, Auctioneer. Valuable Invention! $e5e AS ENTIRELY NEW Sewing: Machine! FOR DOME8TI0 CSE. ONLY FIVE DOLLARS. With tlit Hew Fattst Button Boll Wortir. Tin Halt Simple ud Compict in C cm it ruction. Thi Koai Snn.lt ud Senomloal Is Uit. A Xolil of ComMnia Strtngtti tsd Snuty. Completp in tlltt parts, uiwi the Rtraight Rye Pointed Needle, Self Threading, direct upright Positive Motion, New Tendon, Self Feed and Cloth Gutder. Operate by Wheel aud on a Table. Liht Running, Snmth and nolfleleaa like all good high priced machines. Baa patent check to prevent the wheel being turned the wrong way. l!oa the thread direct from the spool. Make the Elaatic Lock Stitch (finest and atrongest ittitch known;) firm, durable, cloae and rapid. Will do all kinds of work, flue and coartui, from Cwnbric to heavy Cloth or Leather, and uses all aeMTipuona oi tnreaa. Th best mechanical talent in America ana Enrooe. hu been devoted to improving and simplifying our Machines, combining only that whicn is practicable, auu aispeosiiiK wiid an complicated surroundings generally found iu other machines. Hpecial terms and extra inducements to male and female anento. store keepers. Itc. who wil enUbludi agencies through the country and keep our new wachinea on exhibition and sale. County rights given to smart agents free. AirentH' Minnleta outfits furnished without any extra charge. Hainplea of sewing, dcacriptive circulars containing terms, testimonials engrav lags, fcc, scut free. Address, BROOKS SEWING MACHINE CO., Nc 1329. Broadway, sp- New Yorlt. J J. HALPIN & CO. PIOfiHE NEVADA, Importers snd Deslers In Notice to Absent ClalmhoVders w.TnTIf!E IS HEREBY GIVEN TO H. DEF. 1'ENBACHKR. one of the owners In the qnartz lode mown aa tne sr. ukuhuk iajvi.x aiMiatj, in F.lv Minine District. Lincoln county, and Stale of Nevada, that If he, the said B. Deff- enbacher, does not appearand pay bis proportion nr Urn evvMiiaea incurred in the develonment of the aald Ht. Ueoriie Ledge within NINETY PAYS from this date hla Interest In aald lode will be sold to pay the same, according to the law in such cases made ana proviaea. JOHN WILSON IT iu. Pioche, Aiifrnst 17, MM. anl'-tf JESHOP'S CELEBRATED STEEL, Toy, Blcktord k Co. 'a Fnae, Agents for the G-leAxit Powder, AMD , OALLTOENIA PQWDEE COMPANY aj luti LZEBES tt BOWMAN, NORTHWEST CORNER Battery and Sacramento Sts., SAN FRANCISCO, Manufacturers Importers ' ....Of " ' '" Havana Ulnars Ana Imnpertera af Leaf Tobacco. F. O. Box 181". je7-ain una. r. lain, J as. o'uunr. Change of Proprietors. H IRS. WILLMAN HAVINO LEASED BER 11 Hotel to KA1N k O'LEARY, they are now prepared to furnlan BOARD AT PKR WEEK, HEALS 50 CENTS. ' The Table will be always supplied with the best the market anoras. Then are also attached te the Hotel airy FVRNISBED Under the imperviskm of Jil-iw ROOMS, MRS. VILLMAN HARDWARE, ron Pipe Mill and Mining Goods, and steel. Cas Steam and Oaa Fittings, Honse Furnishing Goods, Stoves, Tin and Copper Ware. Cutting and Fitting Cas Pipe Done on Short Notice. NO. 147. ganfeing gotws. TE STATE Em OF NEVADA, PIOOHB. Beard er Dtrw tors. !"" ......Van PrealdeM W. H. HjunjanauH. (J. V IKDEnHOLD, Iota H. Wnana, I w -.... .7 . "ailltlfT. BAJCNVlt W. FlXLD. TEPOHrT8 RECEIVED EITHKB OX OPEN Account or u iw.utj C rutif.t. a ih-rvf. fayahle on lemand. acHUGcluiirK tiros NEW YORK and BAN FRANCISCO, and other Principal CitWa of the United Stales. Also npon LONDON. DUBLIN, PARIS, BERLIN, And all of the Principal Cltlea of Europe. Currency Bought tnd Sold. Collection PrcmpUy Hade. BULLION Purchased or Shipped on Com. ZUlMlUQ. RAILROAD and MINING STOCKS Boueht and Sold on Coniuiisalon. , 1. W. WRIOHT. 5-" Bank Manager. WELLS, FARGO & CO., EXCHANGE, UANKI.VU Awn Express Company. BILL8 OP EXCHANGE AND TELEOKAPHIC IraunferaouCiiicaoaua New Vork. pava ble in tiie urincinal HtiM f .ho I'nit. aj and Oauada; also Billi on Louduu. u-reiify DOUgnt lllrt doJU. Cuilectiona and Con, mi Itainill nt (til bln.ln r. cnted, and tJeucral Express and llanking Buai. ST. .'I. I,rnlnPiyin all part, of the United Htatea, EurolM and Canada. Bullion bought anil AtlVlKi'VQ i.r.o rtv SHIPMENTS OK BI LLION; Exchange' Ixnight, Mining MtorLs. " " "u EXPRESS LINEN To California, Nevada, Oregon. Nebraska, Col. Orailtl. Montana U.,..h.4.... . . . 7 "j".."ija, Tiaauiuijiuii ana Idaho Territories, Britinu Columbia, New Jork, Atlantic Statea and Europe, Mexican Porte, .ukohama, Hongkong, Hhaughai. ORIre in Jacobs k Nultan'a Ulock. Main street, Pioche. le28-M I. M. SE1BERT, Agent. &mt and m rriflht. Daily Stage Line. CITY. QLLMIE (t SALISBURY, Proprietors, Fillmore, Scipio, Nephi, Payson, and With Branch Line from Riverside to North star and Braver. Stages leave dally at 0 A. M. Ollice at Welle, Par-ro Hi Co. 'a. d'ifl-tf JAMES CRONAN'S Now Stone Store. MAIN STKEJIT, PIOCHE, NEVADA, WHOI.au AIK AND RETAIL BRAIeKB IH OBocEBiEi nnnntDlCP OHOCFBIKI QKUGEauca UnUULniLOi oitocKiuu GROCERIES, PROVISIONS IND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. CLOTHING CLoronta CLUTHXNO tVfsOTBIKO CUJTMIlia Hata, Boota, Shoes, Hardware, Crockery, Glaaa ware, ramia, una, uquora. Tobaooo and Oigars. Having uuuaual facilities in buying, I am pre pared to aeii gooua ai tue lowest rates. "With One Frloe to All. COME, SEE. AND BE SATISFIED. myri-ti jasieh ckunan, IP. IP. MATIX, FORWARDINC ' ....AND.... mmm merchant. WHOLESALE DEALER Flour, Grain, & General Mercliaiiilise PIOOHB SALT ....TO.... LAKE Lehi. Daily Stage Line. PIOCHE ....TO.... HAM ILTON, AND HALF-DAILY FROM HAMILTON TO SCBKLL CREEK TEAV1S & CO., Proprietors. CAKItYIHO V. S. MAIL AND WELLS, FAR. OO k CO.'B EXi'llLHS. Both Lines newly Stocked with Pine Ajfir.rcji.-A.il rturcMiLH ana new CONCORD COACHKN. fitases leave Pioche Dailv at a A. M.. niakino close connection with Railroad Staue from Uaiu. tlton. OllUe at Well-. Fargo & Co. 'a. daU-tf XatXJMISIIIIl. ! SHERWOOD Sc. BRO., MAIN STREET. FIOCHK, c AN SUPPLY ....or.. ALL KINDS A3! PRAACI8C0 AC EXT. C. W. CRANE, 4U jlontgoeD-Ty atreet, la Sou Aaent fur the iiocam LiaiLv umtr. amtsop ised to contract and eolleet tor advrrtlac menta. at our lowest raah ratea. In coin. Ad. verUarra are raqoeeted to Icrve taair oedera with him, aa none other will be recaajntead. TKRMM OF AOVKKTIMIKO. Ajawaanaent Kotices eya Delinquent Halea, per equate ."".'.'.'. a Poatponeanent l'lmim-nrlre. pee aooare a Dissolution Notice' .7. id Koticeto Ureduora ....... hi Court Stunniona, p r equare g Special UkwIs Fitty Onta per line, for Bret, and Tea Centa toe each anueqoent insertion. JOB WORK . Done at the fitrmn nerw tm taa 1. arft. inown to the art; and muat be paid for on de liverr. unleaa peraona havlne the work done have atandius: accounta with tla am Ka a. viation from this rule. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY UNITED STATES. Clyaaee 8. Oraut President Henry Wilson Vice-President FBJsrnFNT'e raarmrr. Hamilton Flab Hecretarv of State V. m. H. Richardson. ..accretarjr of the Treasury Wm. W. Belknap, of Iowa Secretary of War Geo. If. Robeaon. of H. J., Secretary of the Navy Columbus Delano, of Ohio, (Jec'y of the Interior Oco. H. Williams, of Oiecon, Attorney Omeral John A. J.Creawell.of Md.,Poatmaater Orneral COKOBEHHMKN FSOX XEVADA. Senator Win. M Rte-rsrt. Term expires 1IC5. Senator John P. Jones. Term eiplrea 1H7K. lu-vria. nlilne t'harlea W. Kendall. Term eaoirea 187B. SEVADA STATE OFFICFRS. L. R. Bradley Governor Frank Denver Lieutenant Oorernor J. D. Minor ttecrotaryof Slate W. . Hnbart Controller Jerry SchoolinK Treaaurer Luther A. ilutkuer , . Attorney tieueral Jnhn Day Surveyor General A. N.Flaher.. Superintendent Public Inatructiun i.' 1un'" SUte Printer B. R. Whitehill.... State Mlneraloiat C. Thornton Ouveraur'a Private Secretary HCPKKJIE COURT." R. C. whitman ; Chief Jnsl.ce Thomas B. Dawley Associate 0. 11. Belknap Assoc isle Aim d Helni Clerk of the Supreme Court LINCOLN COI NTY OFFICERS. District Judce M. Fuller Stste Senator R. 8. Clapn Shertll W. 8, Trana County Clerk p. B. Miller District Attorney George Ooldthwaite County Ttraaurer John Roeder County Recorder W. H. Henderson County Auditor W. H. Henderson County Aaseaaor K. J. Hanley County Surveyor E. Schoppmann Coroner Dr. D. L. Deal Public Administrator Dr. D. L. Deal Superintendent Public Schoola....Louia Hnltau County Commissioners. D. A. Fulka, c. It. Carden, T. J. Jouea. POSTOFFICKS IN LINCOLN COl?NTf. Hiko Charles O. Heath, Postmaster Psuaca James W. IatnHford, Postmaster Pioche T. W. Abraham, Postmaster PIOCHE T0WNHHIP OFFICERS. Justice of the Peace T. A. Stontenbnrgli Constable , Smith Gray lUisrcIIanrous. Masonic Directory. HALL ON LACOIR STREET. ST. JOHN LODGE, V. D. P. AND A. M. SUttnl coiuniuuicatiooB fourth Saturday evening In each month. Called communication., flrht, aecond and Uiird caturuav eveuiugH at 7 o' clock. A. A. YOrMO.W. M. J no. 11. Bhaw, Secretary. hVHTONE B. A:, CHAPTER NO. 6, F. D. JV Called convocations tint and third Thura duy even in k m each uiouth it 7)t o'clock. Htatrd convocations aecund and fourth TburtKlay feveninRB iu each month. Sojourning brethren and comjtaniont In Rood stand iug cordially invited to attend. M. W. KALE&, U. K. II. P. H. KbaI'si, Secretary. je'tf Arrivals and Departures of Mails to and from Pioche. Eastern ml Western Mail Arrives about 4 p.m.; departs 8 a.m. Tlii mail closes at 7:45 a, m. Salt Luke and I'tafa MalL ' Arrive about 7 p.m.; departs ii a. in., aud clotfeB at 9 p. 111. Illko Mll-Mrekl. Arrives Tuesdays, at U a. m.: departs Tues days, at 6 p.m. All mail matter lor Uiko.it not mailed before Tuesday, should Iw given to some one Inside, aud not dropped in the letter box. Mail closes at 4 JO p. m. llulllonville and Panaca Arrives daily, at 11 a. m.: departs 4 p. m.: clows five minutes before departure. Mail mat. ter for these places should be handed inside the ban ie as uiko. bV pottotnce open daily (except Sundays and letnl holidavsi. from a. m. until 7 p. m.: Suu- days, from t to 10 a. m., aud 6 to 7 p. m. jiiera regisiereu irom v a. m. 10 i p. m., daily except as above. T. W. ABRAHAM. Postmaster. MINING AND BUILDING LUMBER, SAWED TIMBER, HEWED TIMBER AND POLES. Have ou hand CALIFORNIA LUMBER, REDWOOD and HI' GAM PINE, MOULDINOH, Etc., Etc. Also, DOORS and WINDOWS, and have con stantly on hand a lsrffe supply, which vill be old at REASONABLE RATES. apil tf ) TOANO(C.P.R. R.) NEVADA. Will Receive and Forward Freight to PIOOHE ....AND... ALL PARTS OF EASTERN NEVADA ....aim.... Idaho Territory, WITH DI8PATCH AND AT LOWEST doing Rates. Mark Oooda "Car F. F. Mara, Tmtao, Nevada." H. A. BRUNNER, Agent at Pioche. mrio-ti Ph. FELSENTEAL. Stone Store, MAIN STREET. OPPOSITE MEADOW VALLEY STREET. PIOCHE NEVADA Wholesale and Retail, ....DKALKlt IN.... Groceries,. Previsions, AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE CLOTHING, HATS, BOOTS, ETC., ETC Cheap for Cash. AGENCY OF DUPONT'S Metallic Keg Blasting Powder, C1NDLES, FUSE, 0IL8 AND MINING GOODS. JOHN ROEDER, STONE STORE, WEST SIDE LACOtlt STREET, FIOCHE CITY, NEVADA, . Dealer in Orooeriet, Pro visions and General Merchandise. Bigheat prtoe paid for Country Produce, eneta aa potatoea, Kit's, Butter, etc. jet.tl Notice !Notice ! Office Floral Sprinos Watfb Co.,1 JtUy 30, la. ) riiHK FOLLOWING REGULATIONS HAVE J. been duly adopted by resolution of the board ot Trustees or the FLORAL SPRING WATER CO. They are to be strictly observed by conauniera of Floral HpriiiKs water: 1. In all caHes of non-payment of the water ntit within throe daya after presentation of bill, tin' supply will be cut otf, and the water ahall not aaln be let on, either for the present or any subsequent oocupaut, except upon the payment of tbo amount due, together with the sum of two dollars; provided that In eases ot siieriiir supplies, or fur fractional parts ot the month, where the water has been let on, it may be rut otf immediately after notice given at the plat that the rent la not paid, and may be let ou aain upon the condition before mentioned. J. No person or family supplied with Floral HpringH water will he permitted to nae the water for any other purpose ban that stated In ibis agreement, nor to suppiy water in any way W other persons or families. 3. Consumer shall prevent all unneeeanary waste of water, and thill make no nonoealmeut of the purposea for which It la used. 4. noaittraiions snail oemaae inu.-wwrpipe or fixture without first giving notice or the iu tended alteration at the office of the Company. 5. In all caned where water is to be supplied to several parties or tenants from one aounec tion or tap, the Company contract! only with one of said several partlea, and on his default to abide these regulation., and pay the rate, will cut oft the connection. 6. Whenever any of theae regulations ahall be violated the supply ot water will be discontin ued, and not resumed until all charges and ex penses are Mtiofied. 7. All persons taking water shall keep their service pipes in good repair, at their own ex pense, and they will be held liable for all dam ages which may result from their failure to do ao. H. Nprlnkltoifr with how and rtaad tntf Irrigators will mot bo allowoal Na der aay circumstances d. The tnftpector, or other properly author ised officer of the Company, shall be admitted at all reasonable nours to au parts oi any prem 1tes supplied witn water, to see that uieae regu lations an observed. The attention ot customers bavins ripe con nections ia hereby called to the above Kulea aud Regulations, adopted by the Board of Truateeis and which are hereafter embodied la all con tracts for water, and required to be aigned before the aupjply will be furnished. The above regulations will be strictly enforced, sud parties neglecting or refusing to comply with them will nave their supply oi water aisconnnuea si once. The Company reserves the right of plac ing meters on all places supplied through the pipes, in which case two and one-halt cents per gallon will be charged for the water used, and one-half the cost of the meter snd placing upon the premises. Parties having hose, in case of fire, will be allowed to use water to extinguish the same free of charge. Water will be supplied Bv carta, within the limits oi tne town, at..,, a vao per gsuss And at the Goose Necks of the Compsuy, on Main street, st... )i Cts. pr. falWa The necessity of an economlcsl use of wster t imperatively eslled for in order that A FTLJL ne sept st um ixnnpsnyn tana m MUPPLT may 1 esse of FIKB. lyftfrtf W. M, LrBBOCTK.