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Published every day (Mondays excepted), . BY HOLLAND CO. OFFICE WEST KSD OF LACOCB STREET. TERNS i Om year, bj XaO Sr Express. ..$11 li Month Tim Montae I Xoae fnrwardea Ull paid for. , ' VTHB DAILY RECORD ' U delivered In ltoehs, BulUonvtlle end Ham ilton, a Fifty Cents per week, payable to the Cerriere. ABBWTH 1 C. W. CRANE. 6 afoutg-j at,, San Francisco WJf. GEDUNO Bullionvllle T. 8TABR Usmllton MODERN PILtiRIM AQE8. , One of the most remarkable phenom ena of tbi age is the vxnteoce, aide by tide, of the uioat abject superstition sod the moat advaueed at-bolastia and acien. tific cull arc. ' Nut thai they are general ly to be fonnd in the Mine person, for the one ia commonly exclusive of the other, but mt-n and women, actuated by fears and beliefs characteristic of the ages which we belivd paat, are to be found in contact with thoae who are the repre sentatives of the science and literature of the latter half of the nineteenth century. The English papers infonn ns that a !il grimace ia on foot, which, in eointi of ita features, recalla as to the era of the "Canterbury Tales." Tbe Duke of Nor folk, the descendant of the Howbrays, Fitzalana and Howards, premier dnke and heriditary grand marshal of Eng land, leads the pilgrims. Lord Walter Kerr, inheritor of another noble name, whose ancestors fonnd Tent for their sur plus energy in other pastimes than pious pilgrimages, is the secretary of the asso ciation. They go tbe shrine of Parny-le-Monial in France, leaving London on Tuesday, tbe 2d of September, sleeping that night in Paris, arrive at their desti nation on Weduesdny evening, perform their devotions on Thursday, and reach London again oa Friday or Saturday. Tkou tm v-el Arat-ftlaM HIM wnnnm V... subscription to pay the fare of the poor er sort, carry with tbem the benediction of tbe Catholic Bishop of Winchester, and bring back an odor of sanctity snob ns attached to the enthusiasts of the cru sades. The sanctity of Paray-Ie-Monial is due to a woman named Alarie Alacoque who says she had, not long ago, an inter view with the Saviour nt that plaoe. The conversation is detailed with a suspicions circumstantiality and minuteness in tbe columns of H. Veuillot's Univers. Who could have thought soon a repro duction ot tbe fnnatioiam of the middle ages possible in tbis age? The French clenoUa are encouraging the passion for pilgrimages, which isulso a great source of gain to tbs railway cor porations. No leas than 360,000 tickets, we are informed, have been issued to pil grims since the outbreak of religions fer vor began. The Pope sanctions it, and pronounces "pilgrimages a spectacle worthy iof aniHs and of men." Le Monde says: "We have already relumed, not eighty yean back, for it is scarcely eighty years when people following Vol taire scarcely believed in God; not one hundred and fifty years back, for then, owinn to Jansenism, they hardly believed in miracles; but to three or foot centu ries ago to the time of Christian ter ror." The writer might have said "nine centuries," since that is tbe proper er.i for s parallel. A paper called the Pil grim has sprung into existence to record ihf pious journeys and miracles. Le Pelrin says that lately 2,600 set out from Xisuies, accompanied by the bishop,, tu LmrrleS.'wbeTe they met 1.600 from La Roche, and ."abandoned themaelrta, to transports of love and faith." La Kalelle and Lourdea divide the rep utation for sanctity, miraekm and special manifestations-or cote with Papty-le-Mouial. The red crosses over their hearts and rosaries of large beads around their necks excite the jnost rapturous en thusiasm among the excitable people; of the towns and villiajjes through which they pass. , The piltims, taya Le Pel erin, "relate to ns tbe four miracles which they themselvft saw, the paralytio woman relieved, the lame woman who left her crutches at Lourdos, the deaf and dumb woman who hears and speaks, the blind person who was able to see the procession oi the pilgri'vi with torches." "Everybody envies their happiness. TV perfume of Lonrd-s is upon them, and men say to each other: 'No, Jfrance is not dead, since her faith cauui.t be killed.'" We seen in reading all this, to be earned back to the monkish fictions of the middle ages. And yet tijis h-ip-Pens m an age of telemphs, steam, boati railways and Atlantie .cables, by which the triumphs of modern science aie transruilted daily for our morning news- Mf - j THEODOSIV BURR. " ' The New York Graphic revives the old "tory of the tragic death of Theodosia, daughter of Aaron Burr, who walk.'d the death-plank from the deck of a pirate ship. She was the wife of Governor Alston, of South Carolina. Theodosia defended her father's actions, while Gov ernor Alston denounced them. This was the causa of a separation. Theodosia embarked in a vessel for New York, in tbecare of A.Mr,Gray, a wealthy South Carolinian. Sbe took two of her child ren with her, also a large quantity of family plate. 'Tidings of het departure reached New York, and her arrival w s anxiously looked for by tbe lonely old man. But, alaal aha never came. Years alterwarda a notorious pirate named Uibbs was oaptured, brought to this port and condemned to be hnng and gibeted. on hia condemnation he made a confes sion, and, among other crimea, confessed to having captured the vessel which on tsined Theodosia Alston. Ha said that he received information that a vessel in It Charleston, having on board plate of great value. He resolved tZ?3! W,lt '?r her: he did - ""J P EI . Temlwith " 0I board. In the struggle for possession of the ship OmZ th,' crew riffiorswere killed. d.k re'lTB1 to Pit ie survivors to dea h as th, safest method of disposing of them Mrs. Alston begged tor tbe Mm !,her8e" and ohildren; she offered ml,1Ah we,U,h n8 posaesaed, and i f 'cnr8 him ,rom " Sh m u 0 hn' "nd entwsted him in the most beseeching tones, but the pirate ThL KXorable- Hs ' saved cof,u .nl,a" "Z iha nd tht he s k,h),plant,. Th(( turn(jf Jhe lit e boys ,,,,, ,na OT thy aisappred stepped oft- the board to follow them. Plxtiho Cibds. The Christian Union nas a robust tone in ita morality that is J? "narP contrast to the unhealthy cant t hat ). n prevalent in . many quarters. Jio a qael.8t non tn9 ni0raiity of 04ril. Piyingit niatee tbe following reply: nan )ackstra. Under some tireum swueea we should reprobate card-playiug leading to waste of ti.ne. to issocia on JH b i"d ,nen-nd always when n play. (or akes. On the other nana, no i on should jH.Ttho eou D aeTU.! ?f who t,.veri..mbW, who to LZrtT' wha n" be,,n bron8h P it u. T.0'? " does not condemn ble h.. ,f J""1 esteebsly appliea. sniJe hiU h' Bot "im that eatethde. f. "t entetb not, and let not eateth " eteth Dot Ja,JR nim lhat . .' r" r " ' i f i 1 1 .. roVam.?W,hoJ,.d JU8t ""'d from . Z . wao "a JU8t wturned iinr.tt?4' H8...toi tb. city. the . " WR ,IU n'gh' in B nn DAILY RI mm. vol. vn. PIOCHE, NEVADA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1S73. NO. 13. CANAL SURVEYS. Tbe GofntnluttlnM i uiuuiicru Dy BCl OI Cougress, and composed of the chief : -- m Kirsuoo aua FDBineeiiua burea III of ten - - -.,.nniB i a prepar ing for tbe consideration of the surveys . .ueruceania canai routes with a view to making tbeirreport if pos sible at. ar innn t.u . Congress. The object of this coiumis- mil 1S1 tf aasafii 1 1 - J .1. 1 ne w wmc.uiij vuusiuer iu ainercDt rOllteS III thpir .mmmuMlal : i ia uunuumi prospecta. and to decide pon their fe. -....7. it win aiw ue expttctt-a to de- Gidrl lirum IhA Vinaf w... . , - ' luuin w VUUtlirUGw. Ibe Darifo rout- i tbe shortest, requir inn but little over twvuty miles of diK- ClUflT in order in .7 tuo urnus ui iwvigaUon on the Atrato and NrtDipi F. A . t. . 1 . - ..o. o niucr eua loere is a nne har bor. Well ahelteefl a A .ifk cu..: . ni.u auuiuieut accommodation for a large fleet to ride "uuuur. ins cost 01 completing this canal wnnld b nn. h..nJi . i .m: - - - UJIIIIUIIH, and therefore is out of tbe reach of a pri- curporanon. ine aeveiopment of trade not nnlv .Inn.. nti.. -- -j r - wunuum coasts, but along the western aide of uuuiu owencit, uub increasea incredibly in the nasi fiiw vmvj Ti. t.,,;u;nM .ft I J uiiihiiuu ui railroads in Central America, Pern and Chili has also stimulated tbe productive eananit nl t lin.. rn.iin... t . u . i i j w..iuu. ui ma yioue. The copper of .the Andes finds ita way to Arina ...I nnni.U 1 ...i . vuiimiuw nun uiuer ports in immensA nn.ntifiM T1.1. .1. ; -i . . .u.o, .im uia wool, is practically all carried to Europe. Fonn Mlcnrpntw Tw T7..1 1 - 1.. . . i v.. ui... irmu;B uio Case of a man m-hn w minul ki. uit "mv. - VU.BU UI UID Uli- iousness by going without bis supper uu .niuaiuH ireeiy 01 lemonade. i.very morning, says the doctor, thia patient arose with a wonderful sense of rest and refreshment, and a feeling as though the blood bad been literally washed, cleansed and cooled by . the lemonade, and the fast. His theory ia that food will be nsed as a remedy for many diseases suc cessfully. As an example, he cures cases of spitting of blood by tbe use of salt; epilepsy and yellow fever by watermel ons; kidney affections by eelery; poison, olive or sweet oil; erysipelas, pounded cranberries applied to the parts affected; hydrophobia, onions, ete. - So the way to keep in good health is to really know what to eat not to know what medicine to take. Haud os Sciexoi. The old gentleman with the flowiug locks, who preaches at the Second Advent tent takes all things in scripture literally. In his discourse last Suuday, he remarked that aoientino men pretended that tbe human system changed every seven years, which hs de aied; but contested it the theory was true, all married people afterseven years, were n quired by Divine laws to re-marry, as they were not living with the same persons to whom they made their mar- riflffH vnn VTa Mil n..l 111 -UtU. a man or .nm.n Ekn .linn r. Ii hu n. couM do b. tter, could walk off and select omeoony eise, nor wnni would become nf the limn'a nenneetv tt.hjin ha V. .. n .. this mortal frame and got to be somebody eise, i Liawrence in mine. Blissful, bot Uhsatisfactory. Laura Cuppy Smith, tbe Spriliualist and free lover, writes: Tbe lover of my girlhood now walks the viewless oauseways of the air, and inasmuch as ha was cultured, lofty-aouled, and large-hearted, be doubt. lesa loves and is beloved by many a fair and queenly woman, in "that land of liMht and song;" yet he finds time to re turn t earth's turbulent soenes and bathe my toil-worn spirit in the deep waters of his passionate and iutense af fection, and those cords in my inmost being that first responded to his touch, remaining mute in presence of all at hers, thrill and vibrate as of yore in an ecstaav of nptuie, when swept by his spirit touch. , LUMBER ! SHERWOOD ic BRO., t ' MAIN STREET, PIOCHE, . CAN " SUPPLY ALL KINDS ....or.... v MINDia AND BUILD rso LUMBER, SAWED TIMBER, HEWED TIHBIB AND POLES. Have on hand CALIFORNIA LUMBEB, REDWOOD and SUGAR. PINE, 7 . ' : MOCLDINOR, Etc., Etc. Also, DOORS and WINDOWS, snd have eon tantly on hand a large supplj, which mill ba sold at REASONABLE RATES. aptt tl MALLET'S MARKET, J AT THE OLD STAND, OH . Slain St., Opposite Lacour, .i , Is the Place te Bar The Best and Cheapest MEAT IN PIOCHE. Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork, SAUSAGES AND SAUSAGE MEAT. Dow't foriret the place. ' sue-tf t. H. MALLET a CO- h H R. Breakey, , MININC RECORDER, NOTARY PUBLIC , . A Aim; ;'-; OONVBYANOliai H ' ' -UKe. - COMMISHIONER OP DEEDS FOR CALIFORNIA AND. UTAH I COLLECTIONS MADE. Office, Main Street, , ulO-K Opposite Meadow Valley St. MBS. . AU. , Ma. O'LEUIT. Chance of Proprietors. MRS. WTLtUAN HAVING LEASED HER Hotel to KAIN a O'LBART, tbey are now prepared to f urnUh BOARD AT PER WEEK, AND MEALS SO CENTS. ' ' ' Tha Table will be always supplied with the bext the market affords. Than are also sttauhel to the Hotel airy " ' rvRNISBKD ROOMS, . - VnAer the supervision el MBS. WILL MAN. JFMW rofrs$tonal Cards. T. D. EDWARDS, ATTORNRY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, carsox cm, setada. Will praothM la all tbe Court of this State. Being Attorney for the Centnl Pacific Railroad Company, will obtain title to the land brloug ing to the Company, for auy partita wishing to purchase. Having paid especial attention to the practice before the United btatea Land Office for nine years, respectfully tenders hia services for that branch of business. Will take necessary steps to secure, the selection of lands by tha btate, and obtain p. tenia for the same for parting with or without their being present. Having an associate Attorney at Washington, especial attention will be given to obtaining Patents to public lands and mines, aa well as aulta and biuuneas generally before the Depart, menu. myautf Faucis l. aun, oso. a. bisst. ATJD tic BERRY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Omca: West aide Main street, In Btate Bank building, np stairs, Plocbe, Nevada. JeU-tf A. B. O'DOUGHEETY, AttorneyaatsXiaw. Office Meadow VaUey Street, , Opposite No. 7. ASSAYER. OrriCt MEADOW VALLEY STREET, OPPOSITE : PIOCHE HOISTING WORKS. Complete raollltles for Melting and Assaying Bullion. Ores of every description carefully assayed, ocl-tf DR. H. BZRGSTEIN. L4TS or Salt naxciaoo. Physician, Surgeon and Aoconchenr, Omc-White's Building, Main afreet, over the SUte Bank of Kevada, JyM-tf DR. D. .L. DEAL, Omca at Drug Store, Main street. PIOCHE, NEVADA. ja8-tf Alva. OvBiuov, M. 1). S. L. Lis, M. D. Drs. BISHOP & LEE, Physicians & Surgeons, Main Street. , . , PIOCHB.I . ..NEVADA. dS-tf w. w. bishop. a. h. aasra. Bishop A Sabin, ATTORNEYS -T LAW. PIOCHE, LINCOLN COCNTT, NKV. ap'J9-tf .a. rrrzaa. n. oo.n Pitzer dt Corson, Attorueys at Law, PIOCHE CITY NEVADA D. Coasoit, U. S. Ooum OouuiMioitu. octiS-tf W.' WV FlCTrKKMA.V, 1L1),, . Homoeopathic . Physician, Office oa Laeour Htrael, Between the Poet OiHce and tha Coart House. jeo-ir DENTISTRY. A NT ONE FAVORINO ME WITH m. lueir psironsge may expect, every effort to be maUe to make all vjicniiuui as iMTiecr as poeaioie. Ornoa: Main street, tim-he, next door to llalpiu'a. lapitf F. C. NICU0L8. E. P. SINE. W.N.OBANOER SINE fc GRANGER, Attorneys at Law BELMONT NEVADA. ALSO RECEIVER AD REGISTER ....or TBI.... Ind Office for this District. JaO-tf PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, LACOCB STBEET. PIOCHE, Orncs Horns: From to 10a.m.; from 12 m. to i p. m-i from 4 to 8 p. m. DR. C. HARENBERC, Phyalolan 3e Surgeon. OPPICI ON MEADOW VALLEY STREET, ia Logan's Lodging House. RnAclal attontlm. n. I A ,A J . - . Cure guaranteed or money refunded. uinee noura, iu a. m. till a p. m. Evening, from S to 9. f37-tf 7 J. HALPIN & CO. PIOCHE NEVADA, Importers and Dealers Is HARDWARE, Mill and Mining Goods, Iron and stwal,' Caa Pipe Steam and Oas nttlngs, Honss Furnishing Goods, Stoves, Tin snd Copper Wars. Cutting and Fitting Caa Pip Done on Short Notlos. JESSOP'S CELEBRATED STEEL, Toy, Biolcford Oe.'a Fuss, Agents for ths GHant Io-wc3Lor', Aim " . OALirOENIA P0WDES 00MPAITY , ap- imf JAMES CRONAN'S Now Stone Store, MAIN . BTKEi.'l'. rJOCHK, NEVADA, wtninaasa awn aaraki. snaLaa im - ans nnnnrnirf ; .aaoeaaai:. oaoc tams UnU UL IllLO . eaooiaiss GROCERIES.1 FROVISIOiS ' IRD .EIERIL MERCH1IDISF uATBiNe pT ATtTT'KTr' txoTHtaa ourraraa UIjU k AAAiM j eunania Hats, Boots, Shoes, Hardware, Crockery, Glass, i ware. Paints, Oils, Liquors. Tobao o o and Olgars. Having nuaeuU tacllltiss la baying, I am pre pared to sell goods al the lowest rates, With One Price to All! COME, SEE, AND JSE SATISFIED. tayH-tf JAMEH CRONAN. To Pioohe Shippers. TE ARE NOW SHIPPING F-EIOHT TV from Lehl (ternUnua Cuh "southern Bailroadl at Tw anal Oaav4tr CeatU per Ponaid, at Tlawe, te Pieelte, And will fire dispatch to all goods to our can. .vawa m atwaaai, nrwaraera, snaa.lm Uhl. Utah. business (Carfls, o.w.roz a. cairru. OAHTT.Ti & FOX, STOCK BROKERS. 40 MONTOOMEPT STREET, auli Baa Francisco, CaL tf U. S. PATENTS FOR MINERAL LANDS. N. WE8COATT, HAVING sTUST RECEIVED THE APPOINT mentof U. B. Deputy Mlturil Surveyor tor the District of LiDcoin County, hereby kitm notice to the owners of minute claima sod mill sites, fcituate within this County, thst h is uuw prt psre d to execute the DectaMry surTeys, re quired by Uw, for parties who msy be dtirouf of securing their ehiims by a patent fnm the Ooverument. All the uecosuary information aa to the re qu utile preliminary ships will be afford ed on applying to the above, at his ofllot on Meadow Valley street, immediately below the Meadow Valley Dump House N. B. Mr. Weaouett will continue to give hia beat attention to mining surveying and engin eeriug: inr23tf JACOBS fc SULTAN, Pioche A Bullionvllle. WHOtraaLs im Bnin DtatJtas ra GENEKAL MEKCHANDISE, ETC. Particular attention paid to COUNTRY ORDKR8. WAHD, ROSEWOOD AND METAX-. L1C CASEa) consuntly cii uauu. Special Attention Given to the Shipment of Bodies Eaat or West. , . A SPLENDID HEARSE Always in Attendance. futf E. A. FARGO & CO., . IMPORTERS & JOBBERS BRANDIES, WINES And XjXQTTOXIS, 310 Front St.. Corner CeatumercUt at., ban ritA-isroisco. seW-tf , D. C. CLARKA BROTHER STONE STORE, LOWER MAIN STREET, PIOCHE, KEVADA, WHOLESALE. AJJD KETAIL a4ULxas nr 8HOCRRIKH, , PROVlsriiNS, - POWDER, " " PISE, AND GENEKAL MEHCHANDISE. myH-tf JOHN ROEDER. STONE STORE, WEST BIDE 1ACOCB STREET, PIOCHE CITY, NEVADA, Dealer in Groceries, Pro visions and General Merchandise. Highest price paid for Ooiintry Produce, encfc as Potatoes, Km. Butter, etc. Jee-tf KTV PHILLIPS, Colleotor. & Deputy Constable, WILL ATTEND TO THE COLLECTION of atl bllitt and accmiitn that may be en trusted to bim. Omcx at the Justice's Court, Lacour atreet. aelU-tf Valuable Inyention! AN ENTIRELY NEW Sewing Machine ! FOB DOMESTIC USE. ONLY FIVlT DOLLARS. W1U thf Vtw ?ttt Battoi Bole Warkir. Thi Kott Slmpl wi Compict 1b CoBitraetln, Tlit Uoit Daatli ud Ica&ftmll is Uii. A Itoltl of Combl&u Streagtli d Bewty. Complete In all ita parts, uses the Straight Ere Pointed Needle, Self Threading, dirtsct upright Positive Mof on. New Tension, Self Feed and Cloth Ouider. Operates by Wheel and on a Table. Light Running, Smoth and noiseless like all good high priixi machines. Haa patent check to prevent tbe whet-1 being turned the wrong way. Usfa the thread direct from the spool. Make the Elastic Look Stitch (finest and strongest stitch kuown;) flrm, durable, clone and rapid. Will do all kinds of work, one and coarse, from Cambric to heavy Cloth or Leather, and uses all descriptions of thread. The best mechanical talent in America and Europe, has been devoted to improving and simplifying our Machines, combining otily that which is practicable, and dispensing with all complicated surroundings generally found iu other machines. Special terms and extra Inducements to male and female agents, store keepers, kc, who wil establish agencies through the country and keep onr new machines on exhibition and sale. County rights given tn smart agenta free. Agents' complete outfits furnished without any extra charge. Samples of scwiug, descriptive oirculara containing terms, testimonials engrav inga, Ac, aent free. Address. BROOKS ap9. SEWING MACHINE CO., No. 1329, Broadway, ! New "Vorlc. FORWARDING ,,.,A?TD.... fOaLMlSSIO lERrHAaT. WHOLESALE DEALER ; ' , ... ..:.. Flour, Grain, & General Merchandise, TOANO (C.P.B. R.) NEVADA, Will Receive and Forward Freight to PIOOIIB- ; .'...AJTD,,. ALL PARTS OF EASTERN NEVADA . ...axD.... Idaho Territory, VITH M8PATCH- AST) AT I.0WF.8T II Going Bales. Mark Goods 'Care F. F. Stan, Toano, Nevada." 1 H. A. BRUNNE R, Agent at Pioche. . mns.ti ' JB Wrk romptly etecated at the otrke as .aw riuuna vaili navusui. Saloons. E. HAMILTON. Wholesale mud Retml! Healer In- FINS WIMS, LIQUQIS ANS CIGARS, Slain Street, Pioche. T1IE RETAIL DEPARTMENT COMPRISWO a Liquor and Billiard HaUxm, with (oar Nuir and SPLENDID TABLES! Ha. been fitted op reirardlpaa of nprase, and cballengee conipariaou with any Baloon in the Sul. . aoli-tt Armory Hall Saloon, aafwa ma 13 XT O TZLTDm, yilX BE HEREAFTER COKDCCTED BV K. J, HAALEY, Proprietor. The cboiccat brands of WINES, LIOCOK8 and ClOAKS will always be found at the Bar. Jya-tf . MORE EXTENSIVE ! MORE ATTRACTIVE! JOHN C. LYNCH, Wholesale and Eetail Liquor Merchant, Corner Main and Lacour streets, PIOCHE, AJeo Proprietor of tbe Long-established and well-known FASHION SALOON & CLUB BOOMS. ffUKES PLEASURE W ISFORMnTO OLD THE FINEST WINES, IN THIS aIARXET, Particular attention will hereafter be glTO. The . Wholesale ' Trade. All daalrinu an atnnb a.. .i ; . w ", ui iu. nbj ok em side camps, are lnltd to. call and sample goods Before Purchasing Elsewhere. m-u "PAIACS mi RUSSELL SCOTT HA5,v.KD CT-lTSnOOMS OVER HAL. a PIN b Hardware Store, Main street and haa commend therew ith a handsome Bar Persons Tisit.na PALAt'E , an rely onhe nest of accoii.modutiuuK, uii otJit-r smunements m required It will not U, necessa ry to goeisewl-sra. uU1.a Ranking gousrs. THE STATE BANK OF NEVADA, PIOCHE. Board of Directors. Job P. Eillbt President J'IA,0" Vice President . H. UEHDiaios Secretary C. Wnniuuioij). J. w. Wkioht. Juajt B. v iiaoa, Baaxi'M W. Fmlb. DLPORTT8 RECEIVED EITHER ON OPEN Acoount or to lasue ' Oertincakie therWo. Payable oa Demand. BCHMGElrUWI ItPQI XKW TOM and A FRANCISCO, and ether rnncipal oties of the United Statea. Also upon LONDON. DUBLIN, PARIS, BERLIN, And all of the Principal Cities of Europe. Currency Bcujht and Soli Collections Promptly Mult, BULLION Purchased or Shipped on Com mission. RAILROAD and UTNTNG STOCKS Bought ana Sold on Commission. ... J.W. WBIOHT, oo-tf , Bank Manager. WELLS, FARGO St CO., EXCHANGE, BANKING AND Express Company. BILLS OP EXCHANGE AND TELEGRAPHIC Transfers on Chicago and New Vork. paya ble in the principal cities of the United States and Canada; also Billa on London. Currency bought and aold. Collections and Ccmmleslona of all kinds exe cuted, and General Express snd Banking Buai. neea attended to promptly in all pans of tbe United Slate. Europe and Canada. ,tSliSX-2ugh'Jind ADVANCES MADE ON SHIPMENTS OF BX'LLIONi Exchange bought. Deposits received. Assessment. nalA hiH nivt.iI . i . . Mining Stocks. EXPRESS LINES To California. Nevada, Oregon, Nebiaaka. OoJ. orsdo, MonUna, Wyoming, Washington and LlaUo Terntorlei. British Columbia, New lork, Atlantio BUtea and Europe, Mexican Ports, lokohama, Hongkong, Shanghai. OflUo im Jacobs & Sultan's II lock, , Mala Street, Pioche, Jeta ' " J. If. BEIBEltT, Agent. Daily Stage Line. ! ....TO.... SALT LAKE CITY. MAS rBAN CISCO AGEVT. C. W. CRANE, M Mutomery street, la Sou Agent for the Pucsut Dau.1 Bsoobd, autoor Ixed to euaitracs and oollaot for ail Malawi menu, at our lowest caaa ratea. ia coin. Ad vert leers in requested to leavw taasr ardcrs with him, as Bene other will be tswmila.il TEaUtS OV ADVUTW1XS, Aaseasment Notices .... WO Delinquent Sales, per square Postponement Delinquencies, pas' square.,., S Dissolution . otlce 10 ."otic to CredKoia , 10 Court Summons, per square Speclsl Locals-Fifty ueate per lass, for ftrat, and Tea Cents for each subsequent auserttoa. JOB WOBK, Done at the Rsonaa offlce la tbe beat sty known to the art; and must be paid for on de livery, unless persona having the work don nave standing accounts with the office, lio de viation from thia rule. (Dffirial gimtorji. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES. Clyases S. Grant president Henry Wilson Vtce-Presldeat rauznrtrr's casdcjt. Hamilton rish Secretary of State Win. H. Richard bun . . .Secretary of the Treasury Wm. W. Belknap, of Iowa Secretary of War Geo. M. Robeoon, of X. J., Secretary of the Navy Columbus Delano, of Ohio, Sec'y of ths Interior Geo. B. Williams, of Oregon. Attorney General John A. J. Creewell, of Md.,Postmaster General CONOBISSXEN TMOM HET ADA. Senator Wm. V . Stewart Term expires lies Senator John P. Jones Term expires U7 Representative Charles W. Kendall NEVADA STATE OFFICeBS. L. R Bradley Governor Frank Denver Lieutenant Go.err.or 1.1). Minor Secretary of Stats w. W. Hobart Controller Jerry Schooling Treasurer Luther A. Buokner Attorney Ueneral John Day Surveyor Genera A. N . Fisher . .Superintendent Public Instruction C. A. V. Putnsm stat Printer H. R. Whitehlll sute Mineralogist C. Thornton Governor's Private Secretary SL'PBEMI COCST. B. C. Whitman chief Justice Thomas B. Dawley AaaocUte L. n. Belknap aasorlstn Alfred Helm Clerk of the Supreme Court LINCOLN COUNTY OFFICEBS. District Judge M. Fuller State Senator H. s. Clapp Stats Senator John K. Wilson Assemblyman p. a. Cralgue Assemblyman p. L. Shoan Aasemblyman. Thomas W allao Sheriff. W.g'tavia County Clerk p.- aimer District Attorney George Goldthwalte County Treasurer John Boeder County Recorder W. H . Henderson County Auditor w. H. Henderson County Assessor..... a. J. Hanle County Surveyor. E. Schoppmsaa Coroner Dr. D. L. Deal Public Administrator Dr. D. L. Deal Superintendent Public Schools.... Louis Sultan County Commissioners. D. A Fulks, C. It. Carden, T. J. Jenea. P03TOFFICE8 IN LINCOLN COUNTT. Hlko Charles Q. Heath, Postmaster Ponaca James W. Langford, Postmaster Pioche T. W. Abraham. Postmaster PIOCHE TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. Justice of the Peace.....-...!. A. Btonteaburgh Consume .health Usay Maionio Directory. MALI. ON LACOCR STREET. CT. JOHN LODGE, V. D. F. AND kJ a. at. a, ... WIUtUUMI-RllUlll 1UUTUI HllttlT'llRV aww7anilial In aiaxh a-nna.!. 1 1 J u. f rvHiug aej w;swvu WVHUli llvTU rtTTHTT'T) i nirrr.nwr.t I Sttiurdsy eveutngs at o'clock. GILMEE & SALISBUEY, Proprietors. I , a. a. rowo, w. m - I DHaVW. tSeCreisVrT. fJA5S w?. hVKn AD WEIJJI. FAB. Fillmore, SODA WATER! SODA WATER ! Soda and Sarsaparilla AT THE PI(MER ODJ FACTORY. ALSO BOTTLED CIDER, Made from fine Apples. , Delivered in any part of the citv. Rend in your orders, JOH.. T. DAVIS a CO., J16-" Proprietors. JAMES CLANCY. J. O. McCOEMICK. IF YOU WOULD KNOW WHERE TO GET BRANDY, GIN, OR WHISKEY, Rot or Cold, Mixed or Clear, O-O TO CLANCY & McCOR.MICK'S, ana yon ii nnn out. su.'8-tf Daily Stage Line, pioche ....TO.... HAMILTON. AND HALF-DAILT FROM HAMILTON TO SCBELA. CItKKK TEAVIS k CO., ProDrietors. CARRTINO V. 8. MAIL AND WELLS, FAR GO A CO. '8 EXPRESS. "I'Jl Jn" "sw'y Stocked with Pine ... - - .. r. r. II tl llow CONCORD COACH KS. fltjIffM T.am Vlnnl.a n.lt. .1 . . M close connection with Railroad Stage from Ham- Offlce at Wella, FaraTO Co. 'e. d30-tf Magnolia Saloon. Bullionvillo, 18 THE PLACE TO PURCHASE FINE WINES, LIQUORS A CIGARS. "i116-" J. O. WILLIAMS. Philadelphia Brewery, MAIN STREET, PIOCHE, SCHtTSTRICH fc EXINE. PROPRIETORS IS FURNISHING A SUPERIOR ARTICLE OF Latter Heer. In nnantlHu. In si. ., eat rates. Adjoining camps supplied on short 8HEA, BOCQUERAZ & McKEE, (SrccEssoM TO SULLIVAN k CASHMAN.) Importers and Jobbers of WINES AND LIQUORS. SOLE aOENTB rOR Golden and Tea. Kettle Bourbon WHISKIKS. Cor. Front nd Jackson 8ts.,HAN FRANCISCO. T. S. COLUaaK .JOBS S. TSLKS. CAPITOL SALOON, MAIN STREET, PI0CI7F. COLEMAN & TYLER PROP'RS. KEEP THE BEST WINE, LIQUORS AND CIGARS that are Obtain&hla in tha TTnlLuH SUtes. mvlatf I. UVTSOSTOS. UAAO LSV.- " A r. wtlUamb. LIVINGSTON tfc CO.; . Importers and Wholesale Dealers la . i HIVE BRANDIES, WINES & LIQUORS, 220 It 222 CALIl'UBMA STREET. Between Battery and Front, Sau Francisco. Sols AgenU for the Pacific Coaat for AAA Old Valley, Old 76, C. L. Mills, and Pride , of Kculuiky Hliiskics, l8-.1m ORIENT SALOON. TAMF.8 CAMPBELL, HAVING LEASED THE v ..i.,vu auvwu as toe uncnt, on tho AST BIDS OP LACOl'R STREET. Will be happy to see all his old friends, and aa many uew ones aa will be pleased io favor him with sell. Nothing but the " Best of Wirui, Liquors and Cigars ,,t, , J. CAMPBELL. Scfpio, Nephl, Payson, and Lehl, With Branch Line from Klver.lile to Xorth Star and Ilea vet. SUkos leave daily at 6 A. M. Office at Wells, Fargo dt Co. 'a. di.tf I KEYSTONE R. A., CHXrTtR SC. t, V T ; Called convocations Ant and third Thura- ' dy evenings in each month tl TH o'clock. Stated convocations second and iourth Thursday evenings in eat h mouth. tojouruing brethren snd companion, in good standing cordially Invited to attend. H. Eaacsl. Secretary. je28-tf Arrivals and Departures of Hails to and from Pioche. Eaatern and Weatern Mall. Arrives about 4 p.m.! departs a.m. Thia mail closes at 7:45 a m. Salt Lake and I'tah Mail. Arrives about 7 p, ni.; departi S a. m., and closes at 9 p. m. Hlko Mall-Weekly. Arrives Tuesdays. at 11 a.m.; departs Tn uaya, at 6 p. m. All mall matter for Hlko if nut mailed before Tuesday, should be given to some one Inside, and not dropped In the latter, bui. Mail cloeea at 4 iH p. m. Bullionvllle and Paaaeav Arrives daily, at 11 a. m.j departa 4 p. ni.; closes five minutes before departure. Mail mat. ter for these places should be bauded inside the same as Hiko. SV Postofflce open daily (except Sundays and legal holiday.) , from S a. m. until 7 p. m.j Sun days, from 9 to 10 a. m.. and 6 to 7 p. m. Letters registered from 9 a. m. to 7 p. m daily except as above. r. W. ABRAHAM. Postmaster. To the Unfortunate. NEW REMEDIES I NEW REMEDIES I DR. GIBBON-DISPENSARY, TO. 623 KEARNY STREET, COR. 11 VFH rv,iTT..a...l a... vi Private witrsujce on Commercial tauuiuu m im, tor me irefciinem nf Hat n til anrl saaam.n.l Ts4.A v. w uuuwaiuuw, wiwi, oinciuro, oypuiilM 111 aUl 111 forms, Seminal Weaknum, Xmpoteocy, etc., rtc. om mwisi cm ui yosvrsj Kanaing. ana ticeratea 1 Legs, etc., successfully treated. TilJ i"lTlllir.M .1.. 1 . aim mr JioMtim 01 aououaciuH thst he haa returned from visiting the principal auvrJi.ia ui burupv, ana nas retjumeu practice. The Doctor has spared neither time uur money aaa anrcswisj uu ajrj w rCUirUirB, BUU OSS n'tUTUea with uicrvsjcKxl fftcilltiee for alluviatiug huiuan AA1AJ . Seminau weaknvaa. RtatTlinall fTTl jaUlflnn 1st (has Annaannanu ,.l ..1 abuse. This solitarr vice, or dnnvMl Mni indulgence, is practiced by the youth ot both aoxes to an almost unliraltixf extent, producing with unerrlna; certainty the following train of morbid symptoms, unless couibutted by acien tine medioal measurea, via: Sallow countenance, dark spots untier tha eyes, pain in the head, ring- or rattling of chariot, nneaalness about the Inilial aria unoua Ik. 1 1 t. t n asv MIUUSI, UUUIUMNJ VIRIOU, blunted intellect, lost, of confidence, diftldenoe .11 sallTiRiaU-hinii atratiiraM .1 , , 1 , k rr- "b "uS"Si ss uiBiian w IVIIU UVV atuaintanoea, a disposition to shun society, v dauij, Ayuiuwa ana vanoua eruptions about tbe face, hectic flushea, furred tongue, fcetid breath, coughs, consumpt.on,night awvats, monomania and frequently insanity, if relief be not obtained .you should apply immediately either in person or by better, and have a cure effected Wsj hia njr mxA aw. aa tills. Ar. i . iuk uiisetww, wuicn never xaiis 01 entKtlng a quick tau.a( vuiui Cured at Home atAfsnnsi sit a A let..i,. !e.-s vv-. . . stating case, symptoms, length of time the die. .... -.v,,,, IID, aauAAA uauiswo BHU CUriOSllV. t anV nnrl nf lllA Ailinti'ii eartir. t . . V.. factions its use. Persons writing to tbe Doctor will plense atste tbe name of the paper they see thia advertir. By euoloaing Ho io ooln in a rerlstered letter Oo , a pscksge of medicine will be forwarded f ' . .UW 1 ' II 1 UII All couununlcatloua strictly eonndential. Addreiw, pa. J. r. GIBBON, dll-ly Box 1957, San Francisco, 01 ADOLPH COHN & BRO., ' , SUCCESSORS TO M. COHN, ,, Wholesale & Retail Dealers CICAR8 and TOBACCO And everything else appertaining to an estab lishment of tost kind - All accounts doe at. Cobs are payable to tbs aaderslsiteu. ADOLPH COHN PBO. Pioche, Dummbt la, lSTl. 4 J-tf Notice! Notice! Omcx Flobai, Srsraoa Warn Co., I July 0, 187.. j 1'HE FOLLOWING BKGCLATION8 HAVE been duly adopted by resolution of tbe Board of Trusteee of the FLORAL SPRINGS WATER CO, They are to be strictly observed by eonaumers of f loral Springa water: 1 In all cssea of non-payment of tha water rent within three days after presentation of bill the supply will be cut off. and tbe water shall not again be let on, either fur the present or any subsequent occupant, except upon the payment of the amount due, together with the sum of two dollars; provided that in cases of specific .. ..,,uuu panaoi ine niontn, where the water ba. been let on. It m. h. otf immediately after notice given at the place, th. tha van, I. n . .1 . . ... . . uu may oe let on again upon the condition before mentioned. a. No person or family supplied with Floral Springe water will be permitted to nas toe water for auy other purpose 'ban that stated In this agreement, nor to suppiy water In any way to other persons or families. s. Consumers shall prevent all annimtiasai , waste of water, acd shall make no concealment of the purposes for which It la used. s. noaiteratlons shall be made In ar-waterrrfM or fixture without first alvliur .k.. tended alteration at the omoe of the Company. mh. wucn water ia tone suppiiad. to several parties or tenants from one connec tion or Up, tbe Company contracts only with ' one of aaid several parties, and on his default to abide thess regulations, and pay the rates, will . Whenever any of three regulations shall be ' violated the supply of water will be dlecontin. ' fed, and not resumed until all charges and ex. senses are satisfied. 7. All persons taking water shall keep their " aerviee pipea In good repair, at their own .a- '. penee, and they will be held liable for all dam. agea which may result from their failure to do so. S. Kprlnkllna' wltls haw and rtsad. '"at Irrigators will at k. allowed aa. tier any clrcamstaBoes. " . Tbe inspector, or other property author. ' lied officer of the Company, shall be ad miatod -r. at all reaeonable houre to all parta of any prean lsea supplied with water, to see that these regn , latloos are observed. ' '" ' , The attention of customers having jape , nectlons ia hereby called to the above Bales end -Reaulstloas, adopted by the Board of Trustees, and which are hereafter embodied la all eoa- tract r for water, and required to be signed , before tbe supply will be furnished. The abore ; -regulations wlU be strictly asforeed, sad part lea " neglecting or refnalng to coatni with tbem will , : have their supply of water discontinued at , .okcs. The Ooeupaay leeervee the right of plac - tng meters on all places supplied through the pines, In which case two and one-half cents per gallon will ba charged for the water used, and : one-hair the cost of tbe meter and placing upon , the premises Parties having hose, In case of ' lire, .ill allowed to aee water to esAtoanlah " the same free of charge. Water will be supplied , By carts, within the main limits of the town. at.... t Cta. war ulna ' And st Ibe Ouoae Necks of 1 : the Company, cm Mala v.,-i . c : i .i.:i; atreet, at.... SHCts. ar.traaie , . The mcesaltyof an economical nsenf water la Imperatively called for la order that A FUIJ ""' 81 PPLY may be kept at las Ocenpaays tank ia , ' ssasofFlMi. m.U.'aHovM. )yMf i.