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KRIOAV, NOVEMBER 1, W -r . TrnTTTNTC; )jQU--" --- , .vcie-b,u lhe air " ''"k g of while suiok. rolls down th. can ,n from lhe town, and iprends ont low ;,u the eronuJ. up nil down th valley. When th.' red room! i riV. I u"t "i'l.t. most beantiful eflect is pro- m U th. dry brown 0 . chanced fo a Iwautiful like. distant waves. .n rin of tlie sea. and one al jiwcts to hear the low iinrga of waves. As tha moon risea and Incomes brighter, th. Ink. of mok. gradually fodt-a away, or guae. uowu u. ? wah " uroiind the bill, and leaves th. Mjebruh drear as over, with camp-fire burning oat in the plain and perhaps one or two away np on the hills on the other side. J, ski h THOMiS. The symptom in th e,e of Joseph Thomas, who was shot by r.mamurgay, were yeaterday evening considered more favorable than at any ;. finin since th. shooting. He L. .h.n ,iken to th. hospital, com. nlit'ely paralyzed from the lower portion f the bowels to his feet. Yeaterday feelina bnd returned to bis legs as far down as the knets. His frieuds express hopes that he may recover, Auction Salk To bat. Geo. A. Pavis i- t'o. will offer si auction this morning at 10 o'clock, a General assortment of furniture, touiprisiug everything for household, parlor, bed room, dining room and kitchen, including carpets, oroekerv aud a Wheeler & Wil- ...... . ..vino machine. The sale will take i,l ice at the residence of Mr. Flynn, t'p ! M;iin street, near tha Star Kewtau- liiut. A good cliancu to make purchase. is no ottered. CBANOI or SUPKRlNTKHDKNTH. D flatly, Superintendent of the Chief El truaioti aud Caroline miues, hus resigned i nnsiti.ni as such, and the two compa nies have appointed Kamnel Dugan, an old miner, to snoceed him. Mr. Hardy is oUifitd to leave this place on account n( hia health. We are informed that Mr. DmiHii is in every way fitted to take chares of the two mines C'oixTi HosriTAL. The nunittr of puli'mls admitted to th. County Hos pital duriug the month of October was Id; number discharged, 12; died, 1. The numbi r in the Hospital October 1st, was l.'; number remaining November 1st, 12. Most of the patients there now are convalescent. Jobs O'XruU, Tailor, Meadow Valley street, is receiving from San Kr uicisco the Urgust and beat assortment of goods ever brought to Fioche, consisting of fine lotus, beavers, cassimeres, venting. Call everybody anil see new it vie goods. u71w. Lcsch everyday at Ike l'Lilliiis', from 1 1 a. m. to 1 p. m. olll Fnxsa Caufobxia IUxm El'ttes at Ike Phillips'. ' o31 Uo to Bishop & Las' fur yovtr Drnes and Medicines. ft. ASH1M DUO. Bli i fttocs Scire, $10; worth (31. Evsrrthln:; wearable ana ( be fwnttd at AehtuB Uro's. eatable al Fob a first-rate diuner, the Parlor Res taurant is the place. H. ASUIM k BHO. Due. Bbows aid Bum Bursa Sens, tis" worth Aa5. Fob an elegant breakfast, go t.i the Parlor Restaurant. " Mis itonnna Crashed Huuur fur l.00 at H. Ashlra o Bra'. "i Pxonekb Nkws Depot, Main street C. Wiederhold. Klilpprri Per Si November 3 November 4 Koveiuber 3 Wells, e'arjro tvoissta 10.56SJ3 utm.w (). HAN PalAXCIHC'O STIKK KKPORT. Sam Francisco, November C. MORNIXU SALES. Mkaobkb Gcabb Ball. Armory Hall is the place, and this evening the time, of tlio first fjrnnd militnry ball of th. Meagher Guard. We learn that overy arrangement has been made to insure the Buccess of this, th. first ball of our only militnry company. Tub Bodt of Matt. Caiiiix. Tha body of Matthew Cahill, aud that of an other child of Mr. and Mrs. Cahill, buried about two years ago, will be taken by Wells, Farco & Co.'s express to San Francisco. The remains will start this morning, neeonipanied by Jas. Fiuley. LUll at Bcixiokvalle. Mr. John Mi'Dertoott will give a ball at the Meadow Valley Hotel, Bullionville, on Thursday evening next, when it is ex pected that nn enjoyable time will be Lad. lxFoiiMATioK Wakted. Postmaster Abruluni has received a letter of inquiry fm Horace B. Finn, who was lust heard of in Fioche or vicinity eight months BR.). Address A. W. Finn, W. U. Tel. Co., Sacramento, Cal. Tu budding and the machinery over the old Pioche shaft aro being moved to the new shaft about two hundred and fifty yards south of the old one. Tutus are at present thirteen patients in the County Hospital. Tbey seem na cheerfnl and hopeful as men usually do in illness. Personal. Our old friend M. L. Fewer is back again in Fioche. He is looking quite well, and announces his iuteutiou to remain for gome time. A man sneezed1 in the presence of an other yesterday, and the other did not ven draw bis " Whistler." "Will Piocheana allow their honor to be sullied thus? The Check Guerrillas say, in the words of the panic dispatches from New York, "To-day there is a better feeling on the street." Cause: pay-days. The regular mouthly meeting of the En gine and Hose Company will be held this evening. Tub steady rue in value of the Wash ington i- Creole stock causes some peo ple to ask why? Thk footless man keeps bis ring game going. There is a crowd around bim every evening. Theri is not a man in town that docs'nt know exactly how to make a for tmiein stocks. Hkaeki. 1K5 Ophir M H C4 mf ru to S 615 Gould t Curry Yl i ViH lata 7s: lii st k Uflrher 9H H 10bl0 lfbj 3 Ssvmw M 6iH Mh:m 1(10 Challar-Potusi 45 44 H 4 44 X lliO Hale k Norcroas 31H iU)U0 3i 255 Oruwa Pnlnt-Vt) 1O0 Wit 1U1 )b30 llta5 99 ar.J Yrlluw Jacket 1 65 65 H tbhb 64 H t 1455 lulierial-5 5', S Sb3 6b. 10 5', XIS Empire Mill 4)4 t'i fi 770 KilitUi S 13 1'2'i 12,lil0 15'. 70 Alplis 38 fj 320 Bi'lc-hi'r-74)4 75bl0 751.5 76ti30 74 H l;K10 Con. Virginia M)f 6o 61ba 51 51 H 3J 5 54 ItlOVlH 110 CiiDiiilenee 8 lujtl Sierra NevaUs Ih IkU) 70 Esiliiqupr OS vfc Bit -i(! Belcher 02 C4b;W lOUDsney IS 1270 Overuisn-Ml 22' 2121:4bj -a'.nS 21blil 2;l)4 24b: 22 !4s) 23 23 OW JuRtice 7)i 74 7"i 7SJ Julia 8S 31K) C1h1odIe 18 17!i 17. 1?1(1J l;i5 Knlrki-rbuckor 3! SH 1403 Globe 1 12 30 Bltiluore Cou-OM ',li) OH M0 I'Uh 9 10tntml 3 '4 440 Silver Htll-10 10ito lubo H5 Lclipwi 6 200 Kock Inltuid 7V liwoN v n-i'( in sauxiasi i-,i3ojh 120 Amerti an flat 4 315 Tj 1 r 75c 87 75c 3130 Union Con 33 ", 3 Sb.H'J 60 Central No. 2 111 B20 8utro 2 -2 Ji i'i 3700 lairmount 3t 3 ', 3'4lO) t'J5 Woodvllle 2 110 South Comstock ii AFTERNOOS SALES. CO Eureka Con. 9?, i 100 JaekRon 25e 600 Plieliil 10c 8c 5225 Belmont 25 24 '435b30 2JHW0 24-, 2CbK) 24 W 22 Monitor (Belmontl 1 1020 Fl Dorsilo South 7 K t t 7.1 Ilye Patch S H 3251iayeii 1 m 10 Amador Con 37 30EurekO V 21', 110 Kt Patrick 5H 5, i 543 Independent 24 2, 83 Qilden Chariot 15 so Ida Ellmore- 'J 100 Mahogany 6 GJ0 415 t-juth Chariot 5? 6 fib3 C 130 liniuire (Idaho) -4b30 4 PIOCBB STOCAt. 140 Meadow Valley 11 500 ltayroond A Ely 58 57 ' 37 H 5b !jb30 37 M 10 67 Hb3 58b:iO 57 670 Pioche 5 H 514 5. 4205 vrsshlnston A Creole 1H 4' 4 4'.b3o 350 Alps 76 1 220 Pai;e Pannca 1 1 1050 American Klad-8 7 V 7 ', 7 i 8bS0 7 S,b30 aie'Bowerr 75c 62 He 60e 130'llilhn k Hunt 2S 2 1670 Chapman 75c 87 Heb:kl 30 Condor 15c 900 Silver Peak lit It 1 1800 Ingoniar 50c Cue 65c 70c 7.V 440 Chief of the Hill 1)4 1( IS 18'.D Newark 4 4j 4S3 4!sb:i0 i 770 Louiae 40c 600 Chief East El 23c 274c 180 Hennea 3 3 100 Portland 50o Fullua ii.g is list of sales of deliu qufiit stocks now advertised in our paper: KILVES PSAS. AsAeaamuut No. 3 Levied : Kept. l'J Amount per share 00 eents Delinquent in offise Oct. 27 Day of sale Nov. 17 Secretary Geo. F. Giimes Office 240 Montgomery street, au Francisco. POETL1NQ. Assessment No. 3 Levied Sept. U Amount per share 25 cents Delinquent in office Oct 1G Day oi sale Nov. 11 Secretary B. J.Gray Umce iJcj California street, ban Iran- cisco. ajikmcaS nao. Assessment No. 3 Levied Kept. 30 Amount per share 1 1 Delinquent iu office Nov. 4 Day of sale Nov. 27 Secretary Geo. E. Spinney Offici! No. 320 California street, San Francisco. cmsr of the mix. Assessment No. 3 Levied Sept. 11 Amount per share 50 cents Delinquent in office. . . Oct. 16 Duy of sale Nov. 7 Beeretarv Chas. 8. Neal Office 419 California street, San Fran cisco. WA'HINUTOX AXD CEKOLr. AaHeamuent No. 9 Levied ..4K'tober 15 Amount per share $1.00 Delmauent ia utaee Nov. 17 Day of aale Dec 9 Heeretary F. P. Cleary Office Mf rehanu' E&change. San Frauciauo arBlNU MOl'XTAl TVSNSL. AHSetmuietlt No. 7 Levied Oct. 18, 1873 Araonnt. , 20 cents per thare Delinquent iu office Nov. 13, 1873 Day of aale Doe. 1, 1873 Heeretary ' Blhugtou Otttee. . .37 New Merchauta Exchauge, Sau Fran cisco, California. Jas.S.Smitii&C Stock Brokers, Main Street, I'iircciijors below W'eVf, Fargo i;Oi. PIOCHE, NEVADA. HIT A.XD SELL STOCKS SUUCTLV o.v commission: (Currency Bought and Sold. SAX FRANCISCO BROKERS : Vents. ll'OOPS & FKEEBOKX. Jy26-tf 1859. 1873. 10 1 I'Hini THE CHANCE TET! -o- X t OXJKQ,Vt:XC K AXD STRiXCEM'Y IX PHX-HE. Asfieeniucut No. 6 Levifil October SO Atuouiit pt-r Bliare 1 lJelinquflit la ufflce Ufp. 10 Day of sale Jan. fl. 1874 Secretary ('has. E. I'.lHnt Office. ..Uoum 'ib llajwanl Buildliitf, Hau Kmn-ciseo. GROCERY STORE, MMS KTK13ET PIUC1IR, Two Uoara Above the Mule Bank. ON WEDNESDAY, OCT. 22, 1873, IKE PHILLIPS WILL OPEN HIS STOCK OF PIPIFAX. riHE KOSICRUCIA tt WERE A BF.CT OF X PhiloBophem who nourished In O-rmaiiy during tlie it'VeDteenUi coutury. and pnweuuUil pmtound reatwhei i"U Natural St imc aud Occult PtiUMOi.l.y, ui'i sought to discover the ELIXIR OP UFK. Although tuin BupTAtitlou tuy have Wn developed among them and other Alchemist in warch for th Kliir V, yet there i nctaitinc truth at the bottom of all Alchemy aud AMrulo. gy. Tbey wen iiuprewiud with the proptrtu-a of BERBAL PREPARATIOXS, And found dyuarain nd pwychnlogi- furc tn tlie extract of uertain plants. In due to the n-aearches of a leampd scholar of Europe anion the archives of the UcHkruriaus. It la made of TWEXTV DIFFEREXT 11ERUS, OathcrcHl at such seaoos of the year wluti their juicea are strongest and virtues unnnmirfit, luruiiUg a couiuiuation unnwiinu in me nmi-. ria mettit-a. PIPIFAX Isau ruemy to all corruption ft aBtuu uul forttflea Nature. Us maimer of operatioii is to Drlvi to thm Eitrrme Pniia And tsrough the iores of the akin and all emuncturifs of the body, the bad Uumoni which molest it, giving reliei even iu uist-asfS the most refractory and difficult to cure, sm u as Neural L-ia. DvtuietHua. Constipation, tiirk lifkd- ache, Nervous Weakness sod Uillioafness. It is pleasant to the taste, mild ill its action, uiarvt-l. ous in Its effecUand uusunaaed as a tonic. Vsed as a beverage ill malarious diatru-Utit ueu tralizes miasma and prevents fevei and ague. Hold by all lruggit, iirocers aud Uquor dtajeis. Depot 4oU t'eout ttreet, Hau Fr&nciHoo. sn-ttmin OF Tllli GREAT UEPRKSMIUX THE MOXEY MARKET, AFFKCT- 1XG Tllli FIXAXCIAL FAUltlC OF THE EXTIRE C'Ot'X TRV, WITH NO MORE GEXEUOIS MOTIVE THAX TO MEET THK EXIUEXCIES OF THE TI.UEK, S. ASHIIXI & BRO. Wiil lay before the Public the following Extraordinary Schedule Amrrieaa Ft ST Mill sad Mining Coiupaiiy. Location of Priuolpal Flare "t buai. b-Ha, Hun r'rant:laco, Caliiornia; location of Works, Kir Mstriet, Lincoln Ooonty. Mcvada. Notice ia hnreby glvm, that at s mtrtlug ol tbr board of Diiwtora, held on the Both day of Kcptrmber, an aaaesanrent (No. S of One Dollar per share was levied upon the capital frtock of lhe corporation, payable inunediateiy, iu fnitwt BtaUa (told coin, to the Secretary, at the offlce ot the coniiarjy, Ko. 320 Cali fornia street. Room 5, ban Francisco,. Cali fornia. Any atocs npon which this aasesan-ent shall n-maiu nnpaid on the4tla djr iNt ber. 1873. will be delinquent, and sdvertiaett for aale, at public auction, and nnle.a payment . 1 made before, will be sold on the Htlh day of November, 1HT3, to pay the delinquent awwkement together with coats of sdvertlalnf and expenses of sale. liy order ol tlie Directors. GEO. B. hPINNEY, Secretary. Ofllce No. SMI Ualifornia atrcet, Hoosa No. 5, Han Franrlaco California. o5-td mma HTOfK rOMPBWES EVERYTHING X in tho line if (irx-erics and Provisions, cludlug WINES AND IIQU0BS. Havlnt; been Purchased for Caah, he can afford tJ aell at the Lowest Rates. PRICES: OVERCOATS, $12.00 OVERCOATS, S15.00 OVERCOATS, $20.00 SACRIFICIAL OVERCOATS, $6.00 OVERCOATS, $8.00 OVERCOATS, $10.00 FRENCH BEAVER Overcoats, with Cape, $25.00 O- Chinchilla Suits, $22.50 Chinchilla Suits, $25.00 Beaver Suits $20.00 Beaver Suits - - - $22.50 Beaver Suits $25.00 Beaver Suits $30.00 (ALL OltADATIONS OF tOLOKS.I , Cassimere Suits, $12.00 Caisimei e Suits, 15.00 Cassiiiiero Suits, 17.50 Cassimere Pants, $4.00 Cassimere Pants, $5.00 Cassimere Pants, S6.CO Cassimere Pants, S7.CO Competition is Defied, and itfaction Guaranteed, Sat- Thomson k mm, Nrt C KKSOKS TO A. C. ClORDON, IMrOISTEKS ASD WHOLESALE D K AL KB 8 IN Wines, Liquors 6c Cigars Fire-Proof Building, La cour street, Next Door north of the Poatofflce, PIOCIIE ..... NEVADA. Goods Taken on Storage. IN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE A neat Sdxi-xrpl Room la attached, where nothing but fine Liquors selected from the above stock will be dupeuaed, which will be presided over by Mr. ft. McAL lbTKH, who will be glad vo see his old friends. myliMf Cassimere Overshirts, f 1.50 Cassimere Overshirta, $2.00 Cassimere Overshirts, $2.50 Cassiiaere Suits, $20.00 Cassimere Suits, 22.50 Cassimere Suits, 25.00 Cassimere Pants, S4.SO Cassimere Pants, S5.50 Cassimere Pants, S0.5O Cassimere Pants, S7.SO Cassimere Overshirts, $3.00 1 Cassimere Overshirts, $3.50 Cassimere Overshirts, $4.00 A. i. MAftON. A. O. WILCOX. Both as to the QUALITY AND PRICE Of the Goods Offrn-d. 1KB PHILLIP!,. Pioche, October IS. 1ST3. 0l9-tf MASON & WILCOX, CITY BOOT SHOP, MAIN STREET. PIOCHE. A numbm of whisky-lovers ars now on tbeir monthly druuk, following the pny- -je. Dcbino the absence of Dr. Deal, Dr, t. Philson will attend to ths patients u mo ouuiy Hospital. CarsATows was jubilant lust niiiht, At least the Celestials made a great deal s". uuiae. xini thieves of Pioche deny that they Wed to oarry awsy the water reservoir on o( ui iue iiiu. not true, as reported, that the Superintendent of the Newark has re- MgUCll. Bei.LA Bird takes her benefit to-nior ruw night. r -ussideiiabls excitement still exist concerning stocks in this plaoe. ate now having very pleasant father, considering the season, Da. D. L. Deal, Coroner and Couuty "jioiuu, cos gone to uiutornia. . ahk lUyniond & Ely vs. Keutticky trial, continues in the District Court Woekmks are grading a large lot near uie i-ourt-hou.se on Lacoor street. Io fAssxsoEBs by Travis & Co's Hum mon stage to-duy. Ucsixksb is improving, and metchaul bwb ua orignter. Go to H. Krause's Thotogrnph Gallery on Laoour street, over the 'Kew tork j!ukery, for your A No. 1 pictures, rnoes reduced to one-half. Satisfaction guaranteed. Cartes de Visite $4,00 per aoicn. Ferrotypes for 50o apiece, nl-tf mw circulating library, Imported ei- '"'"'eeo, stationery and confection ry at J Le,iu 4 Co . oppcmile Ramil '"u s saloon. Main street. ArtSL1'!''..' J",,h" Woelae . e tiro a. u'l At sunset on Friday evening last, says the Virginia Chronicle, Az-sup-pee-ah-wy-pah, an aged witch, was stoned to death a short distance, beyond Smith's ruch in Piuo Nut Valley. This woman, who was between lorty ana nity years oi age, and who leaves a husband and mauy descendants in the tribo, was accused of having caused the death of many of her relatives and others, by witchcraft. No one could dream of her but what sii k- ness and death were the speedy results. Her son-in-law died from tlie enects of such a dream some live years since, and but for the earnest entreaties of Johnson, Sides and others, at that time, she would ave been hurled from the top of a lofty cliff. A Tear aeo a young niece of Bam Nappio, of Cienoa, died from the witch craft of this old woman, and she would have been dispatched by that distin guished warrior at that time but that she soueht safetv in fiieht. Another Indian died at Pyramid Lake from her fatal in fluence, aud an attempt was made to cantura and kill her. but she eluded the pursuit o! tne enraged warriors. iue matter was taaen up auu uisoubmbu iu the grand council in Pine Nut Valley last Fridav. and the result was the an nointment of a lama detail ti stone her to death, which was done, the unfortu nate old woman beins olaoed in the cen ter of a lanre ring formed bv tne detail armed with stones. She was beaten to a nuln and left unburied. At first her hns hand felt somewuai ouiracen, snu inreaf ened to ' clean out the whole tribe," but on being told all the circumstances, and :i 1 : tn htm tha, "ll.'rt It ueiux iuuuioku iu " ' - " 1 .L.t nn. " I.A miliar CHAS. STEIN & CO., MAIN STREET, P10C11K, NEVADA, STOXIAOB AND I COMMISSION HOUSE, Wholesale and Retail Dealers ts FINE WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS. COUNTRY ORDERS Promptly attended to. o4-tf NT1L FURTHER NOTICE WE HAVE RE- Dl('LI) our Irencli Hcrewfd Boot to the following prlct-n: Our Bttt Mlnina Booti, French Screwed, . . .$10 Best Jir, French KcrcweU VI The name aa we have breu making heretofore or 112 aua io. No Imitation Nulla L'aeA by ua. We una the latent ami mnt improved Frnrli Screw M.c'lilne Invented, which mukea the screw and turn it in the work at the aaine time. IS !i;ver nipa and never works throunu and him a the feet. Can alwirs ho ecen tu operation at our shop at any time. we are making me very oesi rweo woric that can be had in tlie city, both iu quality, ttyle and workmanship. You can alwava eet or us mix wuai you order and at tlie exact time promised. Renairinff oi all kimu uone wun neatneaa ami dispatch. GOOD NEWS TO THE PEOPLE OF PIOCHE. QUSLLEN fit DONAHOE, MEADOW VAIXEY STREET, Sell the Cheapest and Best Bread IN TOWN, S LOAVES, 2 POINDS EACH, FOB S1.W. u4-lu SWISS CONFECTIONERY, MAIN STRFET, OPPOSITE BROWN'S HA IX. , ir eft) OO. AVE DPI.NED THE BWISS CONFEO- tiouerr snd HesUursut, lAwtr usm strtM-t, opposite Brown's 1UU. lki;B uid Uanaitis inn very obi w uo iibu. Parties snd Weddings supplied promptly. Cskus ornamented on reabonable terms. nl-tf 73. he'd hettor let that iob out." he oooled down, and joined with the other relatives of de- nninii in exDressina satisisoiiuu wu the Villinn. all ol tliem sayina that it ongut to.have been done long ago. Thk Eureka Sentinel says: The pres- ent term oi me lnsmci ioun ni oped two divorce suits. Onohas already K.n ,i;nnnnil of. snd tlie trial of the other is set for to-day. lenemay, wuw oyer 1K6 x JUiiip t urocery oioio M. Barrett was grameu a aivorce irum Tinrrotl lbs iroUDU8 oi ine com- piaint were, adultery, pruelty and deser tion. Hussey ys. Ilussey is the title of the notion to d ntaru io-aay. SUTTERLEY & FOX, PHOTOGRAPHERS, WILL OPEN ON SATURDAY, NOV. I, MAIN STREET, PIOCIIE. o30-tf At a meetina of Washoe Typographi cal Union, No. C5, held in Gold Hill Sunday afternoon, the following named mra r elected for the ensuing term of six months: J. C. Harlow, President j A J. (li-nham. Vioe President! J. W. riant Hunnitjurv: 11. L. Tilden, Treas urer; F. L. Sullivan, Sergeant-at-Arms; Board of Direotors, J. U. Hnliug, (.lias. J. Copp and Jos. t,. bemey. T hud rather have been the prod ionl son than his brolher. He wus too stingy to get cirnnK. no i... tui nl.l. ton nnsvmDathetic to sin i..iTinnalv. He was 'lean, mean, stiff and proper. Ho was going to heaven like a mmnmy.-r.H- Beeenn. 1ST OTIC 3. rilKlS IS TO OIVB HUTIOB TBA'l- I IAIB1 I on tho BtrettB or noenn, on wovemuer 1S73. s Cuerk on the Newark Mining Company, Kr.m-iNco. niimbrr 115. uaTsble to my order. for S134, dated uetoocr ;u. i nereoy wuni an naninmnnt to neizotf '.te for Said check as it is , . . nA v.nAiS tasisi ruiaffl UOl lUUOrtSlKl OJ H.U 1UU pajuacu us " Upwtl, Any one flndlnK the wuiip and irurn tug it t the office of the Newark Mining Coin- muv will iki miuiDiv reu. fc.r,-, "PIONEER" FLANNEL UNDERWEAR ..... $2.00 WHITE LINEN SHIRTS $L75 4 PAIRS SHAKER WOOLEN SOCKS $i.00 FIRST QUALITY OVERALLS, 70 Cts. A NO. I JUMPERS. .... 75 Cts. I Brown, While or Blue) j FIVE injKTDlTED ZAZHS 33Zj.TZS:33r, ( bite, browu, Vicuna Bed, lilue and Urajl j Itnii.slng Iron iS4 to $10 raox- rvii-. A I t'LL LINE OV Jm.r.si.', -.sv"M 3m.s A MOST COMPLETE PEPABTMENT OF JSVU) iNcLiinKa TvmaL s heavy, uemi'u and liqht, at r oo per paik. GROCERIES: STAPLE & FANCY. 6 POUNDS CRUSHED SUGAR FOR $1.00. Orooliory, Grlfsxir.re, Ha.rcX-wn.x-c , TIxa- -vcivi-o, Ijlquora, toooocosi. AUTICLE IN Otlt 1MMEXHE STOCK TVILTi BE OrrEIU.I' AT LIKt Hprlntf nionntsilu Tunnel Bllnlnjr Company. Location of principal place of bubinebs, Sau Francisco, California; location of works, Ely District, Lincoln county. NeT. Notice is hereby given that St a meeting of the board of I'lnx'tor. held on the 8tn day of October, 1R73, an aaessineut (No. ) of twenty cents per share wu levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immediately lu I n. ltd SUtes gold coin, to the Secretary, at lhe office of the company, No. W Kew Mer chant's Exchange, Han rrancisco, California. Any stock upon which this sBaewmeut shall remain unpaid on the i:ltn dmy of Novem ber, 1S7J, will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public taction, and unles psyment in made before, will be sold on tha 1st day of Uereuibrr, ls'a, to pay the delinquent as fteiMtment, together with coats of advertiRlnif and ezpensea ot sale. Bv urder of tlie Directorn. J. M. BrFKINOTDN, Becretary. Ollico: So. J7 New Men kauUt' En uanse. Sau Franciaco, California. ol-td Waehinirton aud Creole Minlnu Couipanv. Location of principal place of bua-. Iue, San Francisco, Cal. ; location of works, Ely Mining DiBtrict.Lincoln county, Nevatla. Notice ia hereby given that at s meeting of the Board of Director,;. 1m 1.1 October 1.1. 1873. an asseaa- meutiNo.O) ot one dollar per share waa levied upou the caliital ktw'k of the corporation, paya ble immediately in U. S. gold coin, to the Sec. retary, at the olnco of tlie Company, Itoom No. 19 New Merchants' Eichange, California street, Sau Franciaco, California. Any stock upon which tbia aaaeaament shall remain unpaid on th I71tt Amy of No vember, 1B7J. will be delinquent, and ad vertised for aale at public auction ; and un ices payment ia mads before, will be sold ou the 9th day of December, 1H73, to pay the de linquent asseHKmeut. together with coats of BtlvertiBing and expense of sale. Ky ordtr of the Board of IHn ctors. FRANK D. CLEARY, Secretary. Office: Room No. 11) New Merchants' Exchange, California street. San Franciaco, California. ol7-td Pioche Kllver Mining- Company. Location of works, Ely Mining Dtrrict. Lincoln county, Nevada Notice is hereby given that at s meeting of the Board of Directors of said Company, held on the 80th day of October, 1873, an aaneanment (No. 5) of One Dollar per Khars waa levied upon the capital atock of said Conipanv, payable immediately, In United Ststea gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the Company, 1 California street, San Fran ciaco, California. ' Any stock upon which said atsraiimei.t hall remain nnpaid on the lOtn day of Decem ber, 1873, will be deemed dalinquent.and adver tised for mm at publio snction, and unleaa payment shall be made before, will be aold on'Tuesda-, he eh day of January, 1874, to pay the delinquent aaaetiaincnt, to gether with coet of advertising and espenaea of sale. By order of the Board of Directors. CHAS. E. ELLIOT. Secretary. Office: Room as Hayward'a Bnldlng, Ala Cali fornia street, San Fnuicisco, California, m-trt LP' Nl) EVERY Knormons lleducttimsl Uli h or noor. fat or thiu. (io no further, but ntcp right in; Don't listen to the words of otliirs, You '11 And no men like Aahini Bros., nl.tr Main Htrfter, Alisoli'.l !j Hit- te-t I'loti'ttiou At-aint Firr. THK BA..COCK CITV MEAT MARKET. "53 Flrat door above Halpin's Hardware Store, MAIS STREET, 1M0CHE, NEVADA, MaJ. PECK V Co., Proprietor. 111119 NEW MARKET I1AS JUST BEES miened. and ia tilted UP in nrst-class style. with everything convenient and necessary. FRESH, SALT AND DRIED MEATS Of sll kinds, aud always the very best ths country afford; auck as Beer, Pork, Mutton and Veal. Sausage of all Kinds. Tlie Proprietors will do their beat to please snd satisfy sll customers. Rendered Tallow for Mills and Min ing rurposea. All orders dc livered free of chsrgo, snd fnm- ily custom solicited. orvK is a 1'au.i n2-tf ( AI.KOUNCEriflEriT ! .bar tlie Field for th Great Cun JACOB COHK, Thf Champion Clolhlnff tntl Dry UouiU Mrih4iiit ufvadu. j "SeDingf Ont" tffli to Last Long! i I WILL SELL MY ENTIRE STOCK Cheaper P U C 1 D C D Cbcsper UIILMI all Union Pacific Railroad TIME TABLE. UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, TltAINB WILL leave and arrive at Ogden dsily, as follows : Lsavk. Daily express, 8:30 s. m.; mixed, t-M p. m.; lrelBht, 10 s. m. Amuvi. Dally eiprtas,6:10p m.; miied.Sai p. m.; freight, t:10 a. m. Daily connections made at Ogden with ths Utah Central Railroad from Bait Lake City and .,11 nninta in Southern Utah. At Brvsn, with atages for the Sweetwater mine a. At Cheyenne, with Denver Pacific Railroad, tor Denver, Central City. Georgetown and all points In Colorado and New Mexico. At Omaha, with cbicBRO and Northwestern: Chicaco, Roek Inland aud Pacific; Burlington and MtKHonrl River; Kanaaa City. St, Joe and Council Hinds Railroads, anil alisautui river line oi Kteamers, for all pointe eant and south. Tickets for Bale to all pointa east at office of Wells. Famo k Co..FjikI Temple street, and at the cfSYo of the Utah Central Railroad, in Halt Lake City; also at the Union tai'lnc Railroad ticket oftice, in Oeden, at which office berths on Umlnn.nn Mnle RTCUTihI. ArraURfmentB nave Decii inaoe w mvtrnj yum. Beugcrs desiring to visit Denver, on tnclrway East, can avail themselves of an excursion rate from Cheyenne to Denver, and return, at greatly reduced rates. For particulars and all information in reguru to passage, apply at the ticket offices. Paaseugere should le careful to secure their pannage tickets to sll eastern and aoutlieru point via Omaha, and thua avail themselves of a through aleeping-car, comfortable accommoda tioua and quick time. THOS. L. KIMBALL, General Ticket Agent. T. E. SICKLES, aul-if Chief Engineer and Superintendent. j Cheaper TU AX TUOSE Cheaper WHO ADVF.RTlsiK MALLET'S MARKET. AT THK OLD WTAND, OS Main St., Opposite Lacour, ' la hc PInro to Bay Tho Best and Cheapest Fire Extinguisher, SELF ACTING FIRE ENGINE AND HOOK & LADDER TRICKS. IN DAILY USE BY THE FIUK DEPART, mints of lhe principal cities of lhe Union. The Government has adopted thrui. The lead ing railways use them. SEND FCR "THEIrt RECORO." Hirll.VRU 11. IIIH IV fc CO., Ucueral Agents lor the Pacillc Coartt. w. n. Mrnuocn, Local Aueut.ai'A Cslll'ornlset.. San Francisco. For sale by MOTT, 1'WH o C l., Bc25.tf Agents, Piorhc. M.1M0XE1 & OTDOLE Soil Out at Cost ! GIVE M E A CALL. AND TfOU WILL FIND JACOB COH1NT, Tho Old Standby, And Everybody's Friend I I TO BE IN DEAD EARNEST ! ! Ho Means What He Says, YOU ETI ! T. COIIN, I Main Street, Oppostto Meadow Valley i Stroct, Plocho, Nevada. I jylil-tf Utah Central Railroad. Tl Mi; TAliLK. fliRAINS LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY DAILY X at 9:110 a. m and 3:46 p. m. Arrivo at On d, n at 7 aa a. in. and 5:5 p. ni. Trains will leave Ogden dally at 8:40 s. m.sud C:W) p. iu. Arrive st Salt Lake City at 10:40 a. m. aud 0:30 p. m. Mixed Trains Will run daily, Sundays eicepted, leaving Salt Lake City st s s. iu. and G JO p. ui-, and Ogden at i s. m. snd C0.s- in. u23-tf Can be found at. Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork. SAUSAGES AND SAUSAGE MEAT, THKIII KTANU ON MAIN BTREKT, And have In store a FULL AMD COMPLETE STCCK Of the following goods: Ready-made Clothiu, DRY GOODS, Boots, Shoes, HATS AND C)Af. And s Full Lino of Utah Southern Railroad. rlTCATKS IiAVI! THK UTAH CENTRAL J Depot, Halt Lake city, st ? s. m. snd 1 jo o'clock p. m. Sandy (nearest point to little Cottonwood Canyoul, at 8:10 s. m. snd 3:30 p. in. Arrivo at hehl at 9 a. m. snd 4 :30 p. m. Leave Lohi at 9:30 a. m. aud 6 p.m.; Bandy, at 10:30 a. m. and S10 p. m. Ari ivs at Salt Lake City at ll:3o s. m. and pon E. B. Morr, Jb., 8scniuento. O. R. Fish, Pioche. I Jobs O. Mott, Eureka. MOTT, FISH & CO., Meadow Valley et. PIOCHE - NEVADA, And Dealers in HARDWARE. GENTLEMEN'S FDSNISHING- GOODS MILL AM) 511MMJ GOODS. Dou't forifet (lie plae- oSti al ABADK k CO. T. ntaks sasasy, bay as Ashlrn 1 NOTIOD, UlUNO MY TEMIHIR.'.RV ABSENCE DR. C. r. PHILSON will sttend to my practice. U. L. DEAL. M. I). Fioche, Oct, ait. WW. nl-tf PARTNERSHIP KOTICE. . m niviviiPi nnUASFDONR- ). half of my Interest In Uis business of t. VPITOlA1.00N. is this day S.1-! .... in thA same, and ths busi ness will hereafter be conducted under ths nria "m. of t.'.- '7"i. ot,.. FOR SALE. rs-sa t.imte - fhamf. ucilliimi. oa i Mesdow Valley street, sdjolning Ja. Pier- Sttn s resilience, suown as me i'. o- jvcn,.u,i Isoff. rtd for sale, i'or Information apply to K. 4. llSI,tl. al6 tf Armory Hall, Meadow Valley St. Utah Northern Railroad. MIAINH LEAVE COI11NNE AT 1M P. M.: leave Losran st B:90 a. m.. to connect wits trains for Ogden snd Ml tsks. tvOMI T H. MICHAEL, , i Wkolcsalo and ITc'nll Dealer In Cigars, Tobacco, Pi-oes, CARDS. MA1X STHEET, Vitlley M ... .INCLmiKO. .. . Suits Made to Order, ....OF ALL.... DESCRIPTION OF CLOTHS AND C ASSIMEKS, Which will n Hold VERY -OVVOR CASH. ri,v lia- also (Strnrd the Servi ces 0f av t'irst-alaas Cnttar and Flttmr, .iai.--ii UMllr leaduvv LOST. Fioche Bakery. QUILLKX DOXAIIOK, Proirllor. Dealers in Groceries, wines" AND "LlillTOllS, Meadote VaUoy . , , - , " The hixlieet price paid forlTtah Produce auia-tf Dnpt's Blastinu Powder, Giant Powder ani Caps, ; - Candles and Fuse, Blacksmith's Hardware, Iron and Steel, T O "V H3 ... xxcL Tinware. fet-tf CLOTHING, PURNISHIKG GOODS, HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, CLOVES, TRUNKS, CICARS, TOBACCO and NOTIONS OF ALL KISDH, OO TO wiiiiAMS & mm. ON THE 18T OF NOVEMBER, And the following days, ws will sell ,v T AUOTIOSTi Every day, st 10 o'clock s. m.nd T o'clock p. m., s large aasortmcnt of Crockery and Glassware And sll other kinds of Goods. otfl-lm Iv. PIOCHR, ON THK So INSTANT, A Check en the American Flail Mining tympa ny, for HUty Uollars, payable to TIksbss ninllh. Payment has been stopped. Tlie finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving ths same 0N NOTICE, AFTEll NOVEMl'.ER 1, THE st the Rtcoao ofni-e. oS'lmo THOMAS miTH. AND Bates of FREIGHT t'OH PIOCIIE. Wroin Ran Francisco snd Sscramenlo. will be the same to Palisade that they are to Touiio, V, tits 0. P. Hallroad. W, L. PBITCHAKD, MM! . nstO. I To Whom it may Concern. rlMIE slEltrlXK SILVER MINTSO COM 1 l pauy liaviug filed an application in the i 1'. S. Isiid ofiice for a patent to WW linear feet I of the lllssiu Lode, situated In Bristol Minimi District, ye County, Nevada, toRether with j eleven and -10D atTes of surface ground, and I WilUsin Funk. M. Rchnsterioh sndr. J. W'ah j land havlBK duly flleil a notice that tbry will I contest the said application , , . : ' !. NOTICE I la hen.hr oHven that the Reaister and Be.-eiver will hoar the said contest and take tha evidence In tha name tn Belmont, M County, Nevada, U Monday, Nov. 3, A. D. 1873. IsimhM names will be present, together Wltll , ""''""'"'"VT'oRANOEB. Beglater i V. . Ian Offlos. Selawnt, Ksv., October II, '1STI, ,1'" THE DAILY ALTA CALIFORNIA, OLDEST AND BEST SKWapAPtll on the Psclllo Ooast. Pulilisned st fas rrancisco. California. ' BnlrlPtioa.reld rriHB M. ADOLPH COHN & BRO., SUCCESSORS TO M. COHN, Wholesale Retail Dealers a CICARS and TOBACCO And everything els appertaining to sa estab lishment of that kind. All accounts ana M. Oohn are payable to the trndarsumsd. ADOLPH COBS a Ptssas, bsomlwc Is. llts.