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i j v' IV t ' l 4 -it I' ' f 1 ') t ' ' I i ' '';'" i 1 1 r THl'RSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1S73. The Holiness Offioa of the Fiochx Daii.1 Eicobd will be hereafter in the office of II. R. Breakey, at Michael' cigar store. Main street, opposite Meadow Valley. WHAT A CORRESPONDENT SAYS. L. P. McCarty, the traveling corres pondent of the San Francisco Mining .ind Scieutifio Press, visited Pioche some weeks since, anj from t he information he received, as well as from what he awi writes as follows: "Ely district is in Lincoln county, Nevada, 275 miles south" cast of ralisndo, on the line of diverg- m-e from the Central Pacific Eiilroad, and is distant from San Francisco 8lS miles, divided as follows: From Ssn Francisco to Palisade, 573 miles, all rail (are $3$; from Palisade to Hamilton, 123 miles, fare $-3, by Woodruff & Ennor's Concord coaches; from Hamilton to Ti oche, 130 miles, faro $30. Total cost of the trip, 93; time occupied in transit three days and ten houi'3 from San Fran, cisco to Pioche. Meals average 73 cents . ach; run from 50 cents to $1. Curren cy is in good s coin in payment any where cast of the line of California. I Prominent among the stage men of East- j ern Nevada, are Trims A Co., proprietors of the stage line between Hamilton and j Pioche, carrying the Vnited Staffs mails i aud Well, Fargo i Co s express. This company brinj ubout 2tl head of horse, anil employs five drivers. They arc also tbo proprie tors of the stac,o line from Hamilton to Shelburn. via Mineral City (Kobinson district), a distance of '.-" miles: fare, .12.30. Two drivers nro employed on this route, and forty-five horses are in use. Yon stop over night at Mineraj City, 43 miles from Hamilton; fare, $7.30 Tioche, the county seat of this connty, is located in close prosiniity to the mines of Ely District, at an elevation of t,200 feet above the sea, and contains abon 4,000 inhabitants; it is considered by the business men rpiite dull at present, Ott ilia to the unsettled state of mining titles mines at law, and lying idle, employing but few men, aud purchasing but a smal amount ol supplies. Mince my vis.t our ; year a;;o to this place. I notice 1 double the number of fire-pr.iof bnlldiug-, and at least ten times as many families, t.how ini a much better state of society. Til-re are some 40 mercantile firms doing bus iuess'here, but a majority of their pur chases are made East, at Chicago, St. Louis and New York, all owing to the in consistency of your business public u1 San Francisco adhering so tenaciously to a metallic currency. They have bctn sowing the wind for the last ten years and now they are reaping the whirlwind. The mines of this district and surround ing districts uevr looked better for per manency. There are no hotels in Pioche: it consists of lodging houses and restau rants, the former runrin from 73 cents ... , , , i.j: .,n nf which are ahout the smne quality; the restau rants charge from 30 c?nts to fl per meal." Tilt: ('ALIFORM V I.KG1S I, ATl'HE. From all we cuu gather, we are cnnbled to present a tolerable fair estimate of the names and political affiliations (past and present) of the memhcisof tlm Califor nia legislature. sKNAi K. I'm; Senate is composed of forty, tht Assembly of eighty members. Of the Senators there were nineteen elected two years since, and who holdov: r. ue member having died since the adjourn ment, twentv-oue Senators were elected 1771 1S73. Oil the outside of to-day 'a paper will be found letter from Dr. Benjamin Franklin, the philosopher, statesman and printer, on the subject of farming and home manufacture. The letter Is something of a literary curiosity, the quaint manner of spelling certain words and the profusion with which capital letters are used, indicating its an tiquity. It will be seen that the Doctor was a thorough protectionist in politics. The letter was first published in the Ger niantown (Pa.) Telegraph. to the Xabiiow Escape. A San Francisco dispatch of yesterday mentions the nar row escape of a lady and gentleman from instant death. The remarkable presence of mind of this couple saved them from a horrible fate, and cheated the local press out of a first-class sensation item. Telegraphic Dispatches H'CtTAI. To THE PIOCHE HAIT.T RECORD. Eastern Dispatches. The Fire At Havana Races at Prospect I'aik Milllardi Extraordinary Labor Strike at Charleaton, S. C Life ftrnlence yJall Burned After Comptroller Creeu Hobokea bar lug UimU Defalcation Fire In Baltimore s.imana Bar Company The Ktiropeau ltalloon Voyage Mure Iuternal Kevenae Fraud. New Y'or.s, September 0. V. Alt sanJer and Son, of the New York into reomsihon nU(J ylnie3n steamship Line, received a telegram from Havana to-day, advising them of n gn at conflagration there and destitution ot a large namber of inhabit ants appealing to Americans for aid. At the Frospcet Tark races to-day War like won the mile dfish race in 1:153a! the mile and a half dash race was won by Mai l of Orange in 2:44 Ji. Chicago, September U. The most remarkable game of billiards onjrecord w.m played here to-night be tween Cieorge Slosson and John Bessun ger, both of this city. The game was four ball, on a carom table, two thou sand points up, for a stake of $230 aside, and w is won by Slosson in fourteen in nings, scoring 2.CU1 to Bessinger's 210; time of game one hour and fifty minutes. Slosson 's tartest runs were 303 in the si cond, 441 in the third, and 334 in the siith inning; average, 142. John V. Coon, a well known billiard i ist, died here to-night. Cn.rti.EsTOT, S. C, September 0. : Some i scitcment was caused here to j day by a band of negro strikers, who I vieitf.l the r.rilicmn.1 n:ills in the citv. aud by threats of violence, forced the hands to strike for S2.50 per day. The employers declined to accede and closed the mills, throwing nearly two thousand laborers out of employment. Deteoit, September 9. cause the military laws are not enforced. Generals Gotheals, Ceballea aud Pavia have been promoted to the rank of I.ieu-tenaot-Genemls. Pabis, September 9. A party of Mormon emigrants, aho have just arrived here on their way to America, have been notified by the Per fect of Police that if they attempt to hold their religious exercise in public they will be expelled from the city. LoxDos, September 9. An accident occurred to-dav passenger train on the Southwestern Railroad, near Gnilford. Three perrons were killed and twenty wounded. It is reported that the Queen will toon go to Hamburg, a celebrated watering place near Frankfort. Havana, September 9. The fire of Saturday night, by which the Plaza Vaper wag destroyed, waa very disastrous. The total loss is variously estimated at from three to eight millions: insurance only amounts to $324,000, nearly all in English Companies. Pacific Coast. Cireat Presence of Mind anil Narrow Eacane Incorporation The Na than Murderer The Paralult of Vaaqura Venire for (.rand Jury at Salt Lake Another Raid on the Gamblera. Sas Francisco, Sept. 10. Last evening a young lady and gentle man, coming from tho Pioneers' picnic at Badger's Tark, tried to cross on the trestle bridge near r.rooklyn, when a train came oronnd the curve at full speed. There was no time to stop the train none for the parties lo get off the bridge. The lady -suddenly dropped through the trestle and elnng to the ties, the gentleman followed suit, the train passed over ond they were rescued, much frightened but not hurt. The college year at Berkley will begin Sept 24. The Farmer's .lute Manufacturing Company incorporated to-day. Capital $300,000. Detective Lees and Chief Crowley be gin to believe there is some truth in the statement of Irving, relative to the Na than murder. Lees says Irving has told some things which he could n't have known had he not been connected with the murder. Wm. Butler, Edward lloach, Connelly and Dougherty arc the names of the men under arrest for beating officer Dnnleavy in such a terrible manner this morning. The officer is confined to his room. His wounds ore very severe. Jas. W, Smith was examined before the Police Court to-day, and committed for trial on a charge of grand larceny for stealing mining stock from Grayson, a broker, of the value of $300. Bail five thousand dollars. He is an old offender The wheat receipts to-day include five full cargoes taken nt Vallejo and Oak land. Assistant Treasurer Wm. Sherman WiOffllJUfOUS. BILLY'S B STAGE AS! EXPRESS LINE . ; -' BETWEES i f ! ' . i PIOCHE, BULLIONVILLE, AND PANACA. Ifavks piox ue at io a. m., and bix" j liouville at 1 p. m. Fans H.OO. From BullionviUe to Pauaca aul the Datha, fare 50 centa. . ' - woodTwood! -VRPFRS I.FFT AT BOOSE DOLMAN'S. II or with T. C. Thoroaa, who will deliver wood in any part ot the city. . Milk, ailkt Bailor anal Bat tern At the old rates. - " WM. CPLVERWrLL. NOTICE. STOCKHOLDERS OF riUlF. 1 Bank of Nevada are hereby THE STATE notified the Aunual Election for Membera of the Board ot Direction for amid Bauk. will be held at the Bank on Ihanday, September aJth, 1st J. between the houra of It m. and 3 p. ni. eell-td W. H. HENDERSON, Sec'y. South Side Mining Company. sotiee. I here it delinquent upon itie loiiow 1ns described atock. on account of assessment I No. 6) levied on the 8th day of Auguil,1873. the several amounts aet oppoalte the names of the reRDcctlveahareliolders. as rollowa Names. No. Cert. No. Sba'a Amt Mrs L H Parker 2.1 K $25 At rfi J D Ha oi 'ti S-IO Shield a foujad 0 bat J M Dol.bina ' !W RDcnvt trt 5 JGcoive (aaU.r.iC) M W 3 (Jeoiye tasataSAu) HI 3 M I'avia iaaats 4, :..v'l) Ml' M i H Sunlh (aasu t.t.if.1 In'. 20 J H Smith (asaU 4.5X0) 97 ' H Smith (awta 4.JAC) SS 2.') f 1 H Smith lawts 4,61(',) 9 250 ) J Hill . ...V13 100 And In aceordauee with law and an orUtr vl the Hoard of Trustees, so tuany shares ttf eaeh parcel of Bach stoek aa may be necesaary will be auld at public auction, at the office of the mideraigned Secretary, Main street, corner nf l.ai'our, Pioche, Nev., on Friday, tho 10th day of October, 1S7.1. at the huur of 12 o'clock m., of aaid day. to-pay said delinquent assessment thereon, together with coats of a.1 vertlainR and riprrise of sale. aell-td- 8. V. E11RANT, Secretary. l to .3 CO II U l.m s NOTICE. X'OTICE IS BF-Ktlil Oltisinai ti ,l veceived the Aaaeasmeaa noii wu yHi'". Liata of property for tho year 18T8. from the Unaa r of Laucola County. Nevada, aad tha aame ia aow in my office for public Inspection. Tti. Board cf Equalisation will meet at the ir ou)ce Uai Monday. September 15, Isia, lor tie parpoae of eqoalillng sail Soli, and will continile ID awn iruut "-7 " .' Includina Monday tho Sth day of October. A. p. 1S7S; and all peraons havtnf objeerions to make to aaid Ajeeument must present Ih. same to aaid Board while in session. P. B. MILLER. County Clerk and ex-ofncio Clerk of tho Board ot fequaJiAauon. Plocba.Nev. Sept. tta, 1673. at 10-4 w (iiilM) GIFT Tha Drawla will Paaltlvely Take Placa on Doc, 10, 1873. AUTHORIZED BY -THE. STATE OF NEVADA, t'SDEB AS ACT OF TIIE LEQISLATrRF. Aproved March 3, 1S71. $265,000.00! PURCHASE or Walker' House. rTAVINO THIS DAY PURCHASED THE I J. M'ftlher House, w- are now Id dommmMou ol i be two bert nuteii in Salt Lak City. Of the ftlki-r Huum we deem it unnecesMnr to my UTthinff iu 1U behalf, tta svleudld dealim and eletfaat equipment bei s o well known to the puuuc. Tue CLIFT HOUSE, though not to well known aa the Walker House having bceu opea but ft few wet k a la nratUaa In all itn appointmenta, the building being new and the furniture of the moat fashionable and elegant atyle. The location of thia house ia central an-i commands a aplendid view of tha lake and etcr snowciaJ mountains and surrounding ect-ncrr. Iu local reputation la BWjerior to that of any other hou-e In the city. With the above facilitiee at our command we feel aaaured in guaranteeing satisfaction to all. uespevuuiiy, etc., KITCHEN BROS. August 1, 1B73. aulJ-tf GROVE HOUSE, ' Lower Slain Street, oppoalte Boon A Polmasts Bay Yard. jmSON elf COX PROPRIETORS. THE GROVE flOrSE HAS DEES FITTED CP at creat exoeliae. and will be found a a de- airable aummer resort .native trees being planted around the bouse ana tonuing a grove. Beat brands of I.IQLOH8 and C10ARS at the Bar. I GOLD COIN IX PRIZES. 1 Oraud (lift Gold Coin 1 Grand Gift Uold Coin 1 Grand Gift Gold Coin 1 Grand Gift Gold Coin 1 Gilta Gold Coin, (J.UUO... Com pa nyIjora- Mlnlnir 'orka, Ely Mlnlus: District, Lincoln S Gifts Gold Coin, 10 Gilts Gold Coin, .'OGifta Gold Coin, .1 Gifu Gold Coin, 10.1 Gilia Gold Coin, U.U GifU Gold Coin, :tXl Gifts Gold Coin. 600 GifU Gold Coin, H.MO Gifta Gold Coin, .(50.000 '."..Clio 15.0110 lo.uno 10,(100 3.000 10.) 1,000 10.0110 500 25,000 aao ai.ono mo ir.,ijo M 15.(1110 JO T.OdO io cooo 5 44.OU0 lO.OJl Sold Coin Gifts. ....t'lli.l.tlOO C'uroltlie t ion of County, Nevada. Notice ia hereby given, that at a meeting of the Directors. - held on the 5th day of September, 1H73, an aaseaament, of Twenty Cents per share was levied upon the capital atock of the corporation, payable Im mediately, In 1'aited Statca gold and silver coin, to the Secretary, at the oAee of tha Company, No. 419 California street, hau Fnuiciaco, Cali fornia. Any stock upon which this aeaeBHment aball remain unpaid on the 14th day of October, 1ST3, will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction, and, unleaa payment ia mule be. fore, will be sold oa Tharaday, lit oth day of Xoveniber, 1873, to pay the delin quent assessment, together with costs of adver tising and rapenws of sale. CUAS. E. ELLIOT, Secretary. Office: Room SI Hayward'a Building. 4111 Cali. fornia atreet, San Eranclsco, California, alltd Tickets K each. To be obtained st the office of the undersigned, or at the counter of the Htate Bauk of Nevada. II. R. BREAKEY, Special Agent for Lincoln County oclS-td matt wen- bunu-.l to (Until. It wns the v. oi'l; of mi iuooihlir.ry New Yor.ji, Sept. 10. A c.ill fir a i nhlio meeting to protest ntin.t the oinciiil conduct of Comptrol ler lire n in retarding tho course of pub lic improvement, nn.l to request his re niiiViil by the ll.iyor, is iu circuhition, :iud h.ts recrivr.l the signatures of a lurg.: i:iml.ei' of property holders. An eXuminati hi of 3,200 pass-books of on tho 3J. The following hold-over the Il .hokeii Savings Bank has discov Senators are republicans: S. J. Finm-y , ered a lUficieucy of $113,000. There i.f San Francisco mid San Mateo, W. T. ; remain to be balanced 1,300 books, nud iarrutt and George I'ultun cf Sun Fran- 1 if the losses upon these Hhould be equal . is, David Goodall of Coutra Costa and lv larie Kleuu.m's defalcation would be Cuiavan, who brutally outraged a lit tle (iii-1 i.iue y.ais old at Muskegon last ! yesterday ti'ansfered one and a quarter week, w as to-day tried before Judge Gid- millions of gold, to the credit of the Gov dinRs, f.nmd guilty and sentenced to the i erument, to the Bank of California. " nf n,o "-imio cert, j ti. ), no money in the School a:t.v fixed by law. j Fund of this city in October. Foi.r I'.uiDc.Kii, Yy., September 0. SIabtsVilli!, Cal Sept, 10. Hi-port, fiom ricasant lTill, Nebraska, There is a large attendance nt the state that the j .il nt that place wns burned j Agricultural Park. In the trotting race, on Sunday morning Inst. Four of the in- ! 3 in 5. for a nurse of S300. the enteiies Murin. George S. Evans of San Joaquin, M, C. Androas of Tuolumne, Barlow Dyer of Calaveras, II. J. McKusick of F.l Ilorado, James A. Duffy nf Sacra mento, Jacob Xeli' of Flacer, Charles Kent of Nevada, L. T. Crane of Yuba, J. ucsriy $1.0,UUO. The bank now owes its depositors SI, 300,000 and will fall short of paying its debts about $ 03,000. Baltimore, Sept. 10. John T. Ford's Ilolliday street Thea ter, St. Nicholas Hotel adjoining on I. Do Haven of Del Norte and Humboldt I north side, aud ft large four-story brick 13. The following hold-over Senators j building on the south side, owned by the are Democrats', .lunies McCov of San i city and used as a high school, were Diego., T. J. Kcyes of Stanislaus, Thomas burned this morning between half-past lieck of .Monterey, W. rendegost of j two and four o'clock. All the inmates Napa, John Boggs of Cnliisa, John Mc- ! of the St. Nicholas, nt which a number Murray of Trinity fi. Of the 21 Sena-; of actors and e mployes of the theater tors elected, tho II publican? have H. K. resided, (scaped, saving most of their Turner of Sierra, Stephen Spencer of wardrobes. Yuba, George C. Perkins of lintte nu 1 Nkw Youk, Sept. 10 Vlumas 4. The Democrats have elect- The Board of Directors of the Somalia ed James T. Farley of Amador, B. F. , Bay Company have resolved to have no were Jerome, Geo. Treat, M ay Davis and Oregon Jake. Treat won the first money, Jerome second, and Davis third. Sas Diego, Cal., Sent. 10. The Union to-day says: "It is rumored on the authority of n Mexican woman, t lint Yasquez, who has been pursued by officers through tho southern comities, passed through here Sunday night, with four companions, on his way to lower California. Salt Lake, Sept. 10. For tho first time in two yenrs a venire for a Grand Jury has been issued from Judge McKean's Court. It was addressed to the Territorial Marshal. The police made another raid on the gamblers, and $ 1,190 fiue was collected. The city is deriving a large revenue from these raids. J. R. STAPLES &. CO., PI oc he Street, below the Poatoffire, DEALERS K FIRWIRE, ....INC.. Manufacturers of Upholstery OF ALL KIXD8. PKTrF.E FRAMF.3 ml GLASS of all iztw, which they oflV-r fur aalo a reasonable prict. (Spring IVlatreKses, Hir MtmirVi. Lomifre and Window Coniict. Mm, PAPER If AN G IN (i. rSDERTAKINO. A splendid lla rue alwayH in attendance. 4 J V'-"? -' wtuliinir executed ucatly and nromptly.. uijaotf FOR SALE. -A- O r ot nnrgnlul It. SOI.TS, ISTExPixo to rtr.TinF. rn:M Brsixr.ss, offers for aal hi. atand on Main atrett. PiuChe. The premises are centrally located. The btore ifc fully fitted up for a retail buainesa. Tlie Fire-pro.f Waiehouae ia an excellent one, and saved a full atoelt of tfooda from tlie great tm of IbTI. STOCK IN TRADE FOE SALE AT COST PRICE! All information and particular farniahed upon application oa the pmutaa. " Drtiton and Crodlfars, rail and ettli". 2J.tf DR. BREIMAIM. DR. PAUL M. BRENAN, riiHE CELEBRATED PHVRICIAX AND MED J. ICAL LECTLKKR, ha Uken p liia head quarter In Han Jranrinco, 127 MoutRomery tppet. ocnoalte tlie Occidental Hotel entrance. Large Rontua and the beat accommodation for both nexes. liundrexia oi raucnta nave oeen rand bv ir. B renin alter other nhyniciana have failed. Hia reciiea are uaed by the leading apecialiata of New York and Philadelphia. Hend for hia Lint of printed Question! and bis priuted Circular. You who want a true physician 'a services correspondence will be anawercd by return mail on receipt of stamp. Dr. finnan will send a prescription known as THE NEW HK..KHMlATOR for the cure of all dis Mite of the genito urinary organs, including dt. ease or the Kianeya, uiaoatr, sexuai urKann ana Olands, which never fails to cure when used ac cording to directions. This prescription is in valuable, as it thoroughly restores the Natural Powers of tbe body when lost by disesse, uervi us debility or self-sbuse. Price of pre scrlption 115.00 forwarded to any address. The Doctor will careful y compound the prescilp- tion snd send tne memcine oy express ior .w, f Ui.i t to be Daid in advance snd $10 00 on receipt of the medicine, which is warranted in every case. Address Dr. Paul M. tirenan. vn Mpw ffouierv atreet. or his private Postofnce Box 271 Send for private circular oontaluing many thing worth knowing. swmi J. HOSMER'S PRODUCE AND COMMISSION Xext Door to MALLET'S MARKET, Main Mrvel, Plorhe, Ns-ada. aeO-tx Tuttle of Snnoma, M. T. O'Connor of Kevadit, W. C. Hendricks of liutte, William Irwin of Kiskiyoa, and Thilip negotiations with and to uiuko no propo sitions to holders of so called Hartmont bonds held in Kuglnud and declared by A. Koach of San Francisco fi. The In-1 the Dominican Uoveruraeut as mill aud dependents have elected Henry Edger- void. Tiuaidcut Ktoekwell has resigned ton of Sacramento, Edward Gibbons of Rml "m. l argo is chosen successor. Alameda, and Henry E. McCane of So lano, Thomas H. Laine of Santa Clara, C. W. Bush of Los Angeles, and Wash ington Bartlett of San Francisco 0. That leaves 5 Senators of whose election we are not now advised. ASSEMBLY. In the Assembly tha Republicans have one member in each of the counties of Alameda, Amador, Butte, Humboldt, Los Angeles, San Louis Obispo, San Mateo, Siskiyou, Sutter, Tuolumne, El Dorado, and San Diego; Calaveras 3, Placer 3, Santa Clara 2, ierra 2, Yuba 3 total 25. The Democrats have one from each of the following counties: Amndor, Uolnsa, Del Norte, Lake, Los Angeles, Mariposa, Mendocino, Merced, Monterey, Shasta, Siskiyou, Trinity, liutte and Yolo; El Dorado 3, Sonoma 3, Tuolumne 2, Nevada 425. The Inde pendents have elected one in Contra Costa, Kern, Loa Angeles, Marin, Santa Crnz. Solano and Santa Clara respec tively; 12 iu San Francisco, 5 in Sacra mento and 2 in San Joaquin 20. This leaves four Assemblymen out of the count. We are enabled, then, to present the following recapitulation : siHATOtu: Hold-over Republicans 13 " Democrats ,t 6 Eleeted Repabllcans 4 Democrats A " Independents ff Not beard from i Republicans..... Democrat....., lodepeadaata Vot heard from.. A BSE VBLVMEK : ...25 ...25 ... ... Professor Donaldson aud eight men commenced at three o'clock this morning the work of inllating the European bal loon. At eight, when one-fourth filled with gas, the balloon became unmanage able, and as the safety valve would not work, Prof. Donaldson cut a hole sir feet square in the canvas, and the mons ter wag brought iuto subjection. He pairs having been made, the departure of the balloon is postponed till to-morrow. Washington, Sept. 10. The Commissioner of Internal Reve nue has received a telegram from a Dep uty Commissioner at Springfield, Illin ois, statins that he has arrested Deputy Collector Smith, and has had a warrant issued for several others on charge of being implicated in frauds with Collector Harper. Foreign News. Contlatisd Troubles In tipaln The Moriuoua In Par la Railroad Aect- dent ltear Londoti-Movements of ineen Victoria Loaaea By the Hav ana Five. Baccelona, September 9. The Republican garrison at Olot Ger ona has been reinforced, and no appre hensions are now felt of a capture of the town by the Carlists. The regiment of Government troops stationed at Berga mutinied yesterday and compelled its officers to leave the city. Madbid, September 9. Twenty-seven general officers have thus far left the Government aertlao bt- i.1st op letters 1 Remaisi.no is the postoffice at Pioche, Nev.. September 10. m73. Per sona callinn for the tolloniug letters willpleahe aay "Advertised." AMer James Aruiand I, uia Banuea H 8 Helilen Clia Henrietta Richard liradley Jamca.'i Brown John H ('auwith JauieH Cherry I) W ' Chrifcieiiuen J t'ohn M Craprt P I'ureiia Jacob u Delile O Dibble Andrew C David Frank Forsyth A 8 Garner John E (lilleapie K L fiolev Peter Gordon Richard- Grenor Francia Giinuiaon 6amnel Haunington F M 1 Hector Barney-'J Henderson John Hilton M Huber W Hughes W R Hurley Denia J.ihnaon Mr Annie Johnaftn J-2 Jose Thomas ' Keogh Thomas Kinney H U Korner C Lane E Largay James Lee T J Levitt L-2 Linn Jackson McDonald Mrs S J McCannon P McLane Robt McMillan P Martin Huey Meek Jaa Miller 1 Mullen John Murv Mrs Oavloi Neat N Nicolitrh S-J O'Marah Patrick OToola P Pearlraan B H Peters Edward Phelps Adas Pralne 1 Reilly JudRS J Ritchie W B Rosa Daniel Rule Richard Seiig Cliau Shobe Dr A J , Stephoi'S Joe Hullivan Con Thomson W H Turner J R Vittle John W.aley Wm Wedge Norman Williams John Wllaon Robt C Wood Benj Allen Jamra C Artman David Barnea Mrs A M llauuett Jamra Iionnoy C P Brown Samt-a Cadogan W t:aslcy John-'i t:lirthtie riugli Claresy Amli.- tkulou liuU t'midry J Curtis John Dickey J H 3 Donully Patrick Ecduiann Frederick FrunkH Hugo llcruiain Kt Edward (.1. nbrl.h Michail Gure Amoa F ' G ant A llreen Avery lladflold Joaeph Hartnett D HeuderBon Jamca Hill Miss Mary E t llogau Thoa Huber M Hurrv Edward Hnyck E N Johnson UriaJi Job Wm Kelller Thoa KIuk Jamea T Kleupfer Alei-3 Kuencer Otto F Lanus Wm Lathrop Inaar.2 Leonard Geo H Levy 8 Lltty Mrs R W McDonald flee McGlllale M 8 . McMahon Matthew McN'amara Jaa Masalnge Edward MeiRhan Mrs Ellen MortimeeA M Mullin Hneh Murphy A 1T Nelson H R Ople Richard O'Ronrke Wm Patten Thoa J Pierce Mrs Julia Pettlt Thos Phtster Paul Quimby Geo Rice D W Rogers Thos HI Runsell 1 N ftcbuylze F Bheehan Timothy Smith Ell Stewart Mrs K Taylor Wm B Thotnsa Hnry VanateenberR N Walworth DDI WatisCH White idea Hark Wilson Mra Wray Ell Woodward Geo A Valuable Letters. Berry J A McPhee H 1 ' Byrn Thoa t Thomson B W Held far Paatasre. babel R da Abarta T F Oolwill T. W. ABRAHAM, Fostmaster. THOMPSON & GUDI, Sl ( ( KSSOI1S TO A. C. CORDON', IMPORTERS AN'D WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Wines, Liquors & Cigars Fire-Proof Building, La cour street, N'ert Door north of the Poatoffice, 4 PIOCHE ..... NEVADA. . Goods Taken on Storage. IX CON-F0TION WITH THE ABOVE A neat San-vpi Room i Ib attached, where nothing but tine I.lqunre ! nelocted (rum the above atock will ba diapenartl, i which will be preaided over by Mr. i. MoAL i 1HTLK. who will be glad to are tola old frlenda. j luyU-tt NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. T1BE BOARD OF COtlNTY COMMISSION 1 F.RS requeat all persons who have paid uxea before the Uth day of Auguat, 1873, on rtraonai rmpeny, or Keai jatate ana v erstmai rruperty. in Lincoln comity, tor the year 18 to Bend, at their earlieat convenience, correct copief ot their receipts to the County Auditor, Pioche. September 8. 1STS. ae-ll II. Ia 33 -7r z s DEALER IN CLOTHING, . ..AM).... Gents' Furnishing Goods WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Brick Building, Main Utreet, Jelotf Hear Meadow Valley. Iiotrls, iifstaurauis fftr, (Sroftrif $; it tr. Bargains! Bargains!! THE BEST CHANCE YET! It's an 111 win that blovra stobaaw goad," An4 so the OREAT FLOOD the CAl'SE ef ASHIM St. BRO. FLOODIX6 THE MARKET STAPLE GOODM WITH IDAHO RESTAURANT, LACOl'R STREET. (I.alp Capitol Hestaurant.) REFITTED AND THOROt'GHLY RENO vatcd. Meals served in the best style, and st all hours. Board, per week Ten Dollars Single Meals .',15 Cents auM-tf Mm. II. E. RAIL. San Franci9co Restaurant AXD 13 Ix. 151 33 H "ST . MEADOW VALLEY STREET, Opposite DeUcr Stable GlbrVied 4t Brlsachrr. Proprielora. Freah Oysters tn every style. Open day and nisht for the accommodation of the public. n'ii-tf EL DORADO SALOON. rtHIS SALOON, FORMERLY KNOWN AS I "OONO.BT HALL," hiving been th'ir oughly rehtted throughout, was OPENED' to the PVBLIC Ou Uertiicsday Ev'g, !ttl insl. SO BKTTEB Wines, Liquors or Cigars Can be found in Pioche. Club Room in the rear. Call once, and you will be aim to call again. MITCHELL fc MKEHAV, Proprietors Laconr Street, Opposite Poatoffice. a5-tf Pierson Sc. Danner'n SALOON AND BOWLING ALLEY, Meadow Valley Ntre t. THE OLD STAND IS THE PLACE TO GET a good' driuk and anjoy s name of Ten. puis. Je-.l4.tf ORIENT SALOON. JAMES CAMPBELL, HAVTXQ LEASED THE Saloon known as the Orient, on the EAST SIDE OF LACOl'R STREE1 Will be happy to see all hia old frlenda, and as many new onea aa will be pleased io favor him with s call. Nothing but thu Best of Wints, Liqnori and Cigars Will be dealt out over the bar. aulS-tf J. CAMPBELL. AT 60 PEE CENT. BELOW COeT. The floortr, cofnprfefnc A Full Line of tent's, TEA. COFFEE, SIOAH, STARCH, RU'EINO, FRITT, Etc., etc., are scarcely injured by the water; but ASHIM St?ll nothing but First-Clas Articles! Ami tin y niuat be got rid of if they have te be C.1VE AWAY ! cam. iMMF.riA'rni.Y. And you'll be SI RE TO PVRCBASE where the BEST BARGAINS Ar lo be h4 at ' S. ASHIM 6c BRO S, MAIN STREET, PIOCHE. auis-lw MEADOW VALLEY BREWERY. Corner of Main and Meadow Valley street, PIOCHE .... I WADA. F. KASTEN T Proprietor. VHE MEADOW VALLEY BREWERY HAS been fitted un in the most tasteful manner and supplied with . SI PEK OR BRANDS OF LIQUORS and CIGARS LAGER BEER from the Bp lend id Brew. 17 st Meadow V til ley, u'21-tt Athenaeum Saloon. THIS BALOOX, HATIXO BEEN FITTED up in the moet tasteful manner, aud aiockt-d with the. ;w. nnrrrrH. oa. ic. coacHTXA. San Francisco Fruit Store. Coschina & Giustin, CORSER MAIS AND MEADOW VALLEY 8TS, TIOCHE, NEVADA, , Dealers in Foreign and ' Domestic Fruits Confectionery and Toys, and General Produce, Fins Havanna Oigara and Tobacco, Freeh Limes, Lemons, Oranges, ALWAYS OX HAMD From I. Ivaneovieh 8c Co. The largest snd beat wholesale houae in Ban Franslaco j.u ADOLPH COHN & BRO., SUCCESSORS TO II. C0HX, Wholesale & Retail Dealers 1 CICARS and TOBACCO And everything elae appertaining to sn estab lishment of that kind. - - All accounts due M. Oohn are parable to the understgneu. ADOLF!! CORN A BBO. Pioeha, December 13, 1874. . , , d.a-tf MINE WANTED. WANTED TO PUBCHA8B-A MINE, which shows good prospects, to warrant outlay of capital, or will advance capital toward developing. Owners of such property, who cm offer Inducements, can find a purchaser by ad dresalng Lock Box Four Hundred and Th'lrty nine 19) , 8an Francisco Poatofflca. Oive full particu srs aa to condition of mine, amount of work done, character of ore, what mines in vicin ity, condition of title, terms, etc., number of ieei, ana now apenea. auy.lm Dividend Notice. THE ATOCRHOLDERSOr TBK STATE BANK OF NEVADA Aw hereby notified th.t .t the regular monthly meeting of the Board of directors neia on the 3d tnat., a Dividend was oeclarea tor the mouth of Auguat of ' Twa aad Oae-half per Cast. On the amount of capital atock, payable at the xtana in umtea mateagoia coin on the loth Inst. 1. w. WRIGHT, Bank Manager. Pioche, geptembex 4, IBTs. et-td 1 KANARRA COAL. WE THE t'XDERSIGNED ARfi KOW fhG pared to iurnish HARD COAL Of a aurlor quality, to puirhascni. In any atumtnt to auit, at lowratca. We have appointed I.. U. HTHONU our A Rent in Pioeho, who will contract to fiiruit-h Coal for na, and of a botu-r quality tlian has teen offered in thia market. W find our Coal improving in quality and quantity aa we attain dt pth on the vein, and for further reference we would refer partiea to the ltaymotid Ely MlninR tnipany, who are now ukIdk our Coal, and pronounce it the bent I'tnh Coal tliat haa ever come under their notice. KANARRA COAL COMPANY KANARRA, VTAH. I.. U. WINES. FINEST nnnnps iun nmiBH utijuunu miu uiuuuu Ever offered to tlie Pioche Fublic, la now open to tboee who want s drink worthy ot the name. Club Room Attached. CLEVELAND A PATTIE, suID-tf Proprietors. au31-tf NTROU, Atfent, Meadow Valley street. MALLET'S MARKET, ( AT TUB OLD STAND, j ox j Main St Opposite Lniour, i Is the Plata lo Buy The Best and Cheapest MEAT JAMES CLANCY. J. O. Mt'COKHICK IF YOU WOULD KNOW wiii:rk to get THE B33ST BRANDY, GIN, OR WHISKEY, lot or Cold, Mixed or l r, GO TO CLANCY & McCORMKK-S, Aul yonil nnil out. sut-tf E. B. Morr, J., bacramento. O. R. FleB, Pioche. I Jonit O. Morr, Eureka. MOTT, FISH & CO., Iste&dow Valley st. PIOCHE - - NEVADA, IMPOHTBRS And Dealers in HARDWARE. MILL MDHIMG GOODS. Dnpont's Blasting Powder, Giant Powder.ani Cass, Candles an. Fnse, Blacksmith's' Hardware, Iron and Steel, STOVES -A.nci Tinware. fe4-tf ANNOUNCEMENT! !ku the field fortie Great fa ! JACOBCOHN, The Champion Clothing aad Dry (loads' Merrhaat of Nevada. IN PIOCHE. Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork, SAUSAGES AND SAUSAGE MEAT. Doa't forget Uta place. n." t. H. MALLET a CXJ. FOR SALE. rOXli HVXDRED HEAD fifff M tJ L E 8 AND H0B8S, ' With Barneas complete, snd TWESiTT-FIVE SICARTZ WAGONS. In Good Order. ' The Horses and Mules sn all picked suuuals, snd In aplendid condition. To be sold separately or together. Apply to ANDREW FIFE, sW-lm Bnlllonvllle. KIV PHILLIPS, Collector, & Deputy Constable, TITIIX ATTEND TO THE COLLECTION T of all bllli and accounts that mar ba en trusted to him. Omca at the Jnstice'a Oourt, Lacour atreet selO-tf Magnolia Saloon, Bullion villo, NKVADA. 8 THE PLACE TO PURCHASE FINE WISE8, a lawiuiia m utuAtui, uih6-U I. O. WILLIAMS. Philadelphia Brewery, . MAIN STREET, PIOCHE. SCHl'STRICH It KLD1XE...... ..PROPRIETORS IS FIKNISH1NQ A SUPERIOR ARTICLE OF Lager Beer, in quantities to suit, st the low est rates. Adjoliilng camps supplied on short notice. JyM-t POND, REYNOLDS & CO., IMPORTERS k JOnHERS OF WINES fc LIQUORS, lila California St., Han Francisco. . Sole Agents tor Pacific Coaat for O. O. Blake k Co. 'a Bourbon Count; Kentucky Whlakie. lapn.tfl . SHEA, BOCOVEBAZ & McKEE, (Scccissoss TO SULLIVAN A XJA8HMAS.) Importers and Jobbers of WINE8 AND LIQUORS. ... . SiOX AI.KNTS rOB Golilen and Tea Kettle Bourbon ' WHISK IKS. Cor. Front nd Jackson tits., SAN FRANCISCO. aul2-tt T.S. COLKMAX.... , .lOU M. TTLSS. CAPITOL SALOON, , MAIN 8TREKT, PIOCTIF. COLEMAN TYLKB PROP'RS, KEEP THE BEST WINE", LIQUORS AND CIGARS that are obtainable in the United States. mylsti "Selling Out" too Old io 3 I WILL BELL MY ENTIRE STOCK Cheaper PLICA DCD Cheaper VII km a.11 Cheatier THAN THOSK Cheaper ADVERTINK WHO Soil Out At OOSt! CIVE ME A CALL, - AMD YOU WILL riKD - . .T-A-OCMB OOHN. Tbe Old Standby, And Everybody's Friend J TO BE IN DEAD gARNgSTI Ho Means What He Says, YOU BEIV! T. C&BN Main Street, Opposlle Meaaew VaUer Street, Pioche, Nevada. JylO-tl Tax on the Proceeds of the Mines. XTOTICE 18 VttL2Fl3JTt Tases on the Proceeds ot JJJ oTulrter ending June ''F.!.. "be parable st the olBee of the AjffJj; ",ec. Court-house. The tow in rejisrd their "lec Uoa will be stricUy "'j'y, AaKsaor. By J. B. Dattoii, De'nulT. saiMw SROUfE, SWEENEY 4 CO., Commission Merchant! Wholesale Doleri wtmt, ... aaaCMCO tnt FRONT STBBET. NO.