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rubiieaed every day (Mrpt). BY HOLLAND dt CO. orr;E-WKHT EXP OK LACOIR STRKET. TEBMHl veer. b "I " ! J U Booths Tkle Months Soma forwarded till lW for.. . p TBI UAU.T RECORD ,uvered to Woth.. Bullloovtlle end Ha m- ilton at Fllry Centa per wrk, payable ;. x. . the Carriers. V' , '' AOK'TH. " y r CRANE. iH MeasratSta wnntmo T. STABB..... Bullion ville ..Hamilton .VEVAO. STATU ITKMS. ( HiBLts McIktosh. who is charted with killing Frank McCnnn, at Galena, Just Angus, aa Mm(Je Inst rek o HumUltlt county for trial, by Jade McKcnney of Austin,' wag bronght be (ore Judge Leonard, last Batulay, upon ..jojnUint of A. McCunn, brother of the docMsed. for preliminary examination. The examination lasted all day and late into the night, and resulted in binding llie defendant over in the lam of 93.000 la await the action of the Urand Jnry, for manslaughter. Hi case is of pecul iar interest. The killiug was dune iu that portion ol territory ceded laat Wint er to Lander oonuty from Humboldt, but which, uutil the expiration of Judge Leonard's present term of office, consti. tutu a portion of the Fourth Judicial District. When Oaleua was ceded to Lander, it was by the Commissioner of that county attached to and made part of Battle Mountain township a town ship that never was In this Judicial Dis trict. When Mcintosh was arrested for the offense charged he was taken before the Justice of the 1'eaoe, at Rattle Moun tain, for examination and held to await the action of the Grand Jury, of the Sixth Judicial District at Austin. Being taken before Jodge McKenner, on a writ of luibtfu corpus, he was seut to this county, or Judicial District, for trial as before stated. The present examination was heid on the ground that the examin ation and commitment previously bad before Justice Scott, of ltattle Moun tain, va void, it not being in the Dis trict in which the crime is alleged to have beeu committed, nor within the jnrisiiiction of the District Court in which the offense is -tiitblef-(.Silver Kate. " " Tme Reno Journal of tho 5th says: Nothing hardly but the soand of the hummer nud saw is heard in all parts of town. The work of eicavnting for the new stone and granite building of Beck er 3c Kuust, adjoining the Mnsnnio Hall, commenced yesterday. It will be 15x50, mid 19 feet in the clear. This will be the first building of the kind erected and Knust is buppy.i The brick block to be put on Virginia street by Norton, Lake, Chambers, Nathan, Sunderland, and others, will front 137 feet and be 69 feet deep. These parties will be ready to commence work in a day or two. Bar uttt lira, aid busy at work construct ing new stores adjoining their brick. Jim Chambers and Dr. Hutchinson hav; their buildings nearly finisher on the east side of Virginia street. - I. B. Mar ahull's big frame bqilding on Commercial Kow, is rapidly assiuniug shape. Dave McFarlaud and William Hoffman are to put a brick jointly on their tots. . John Sunderland has hi building all set and is ready for bnsinemi. ' Capt. Gilsou, on Commercial How, has started work on his, and so also have many others, and within a month we shall hardly be able to perceive that there ever was u fire in Keno. Vacant lots nra to-day, on Vir. giuia street and Commercial Kow, selling for more money than they would have brought with the buildings on before the fits. Such is the faith iu the future per. nisuency of Beno. , , A Dasiuwat Society was organized at Carson on Thursday lost, of which the Appeal gives the following minutes: Called to order by P. Caranaugb, jr. F. Denver, temporary ohairuiuut W. Hy. boane, tomporurv secretary. Permanent officers elected President, S. T. Swift; Vioe-l'resideut, T. W. W. Davies; Store ttry. L, 8. Greenlaw; Treasurer, O. Oreenbood. Charter Members O. (Ireenhood, C. A. V. Pntnnm, W. Hv. oane, i. H. Greenlaw, 8. T. Swift, H. Hi Howe, Peter Cavanaugb, jt., t'mik Denver, Wr li. Blair, Fred. 1. Turner, R. B. Sharp. M. B. Dow, X. W. W. Da- nw, C. W. Bnrgrsser, Hnry Johnson. Adjourned to meet at Sheriff's office, Saturday, Nov.,tt,i , J J j I W He yesterday, it)s the Elko Iiutepeu dflit of Saturday, received ft friendly call from Commissioner Iogalls, who is now in town for the purpose of distributing annuities to- the Heoabeme wards of the National Government. He iiad, prior to his arrival here from Corinne, given no tice to that portion of the tribe living south of the railroad and contiguous to this place, to assemble here and receive their portion of Unci Sam's bounty. The distribntion will take place on Mon day. From Mr. Inpalls we also learn that Government has fully determined to remove the entire Shoshone tribe to a reseivfttipu some time within ilia jjext . -.- -J u, I, U.iKi, r - . , Qnm a number of eiperU'Veeterdev, says the Enterorise of Frirlav. viuiterl the Consolidated Virginia mine and xi plored the lower level, wherein was made me 012 Btrike. All retnrned in the aur. face satisfied that the new on body is the largest and beat that has been opened on this end of the- Catustoclc in many years. The taorth winra was wstariiav down 75 feet, all the way in excellent lire. The South winiu. whinh ! tinnf ix feet deep at the time of oar -visit now aown ao feet, and ia- in fine ore. the ore now assays $60 per ton and is constantly imnrovinc. ' Thi Gril Bill V.rf f Pl.nJju.'..?. The snow storm predicted by weather "v, ior soma unaooountatle reason, lulled to nnt in nil, The weather to-day has been Juns like But eorthquaky. Two slight shocks were noticeable in this section yestordaj and S heavier one earlv Kia mnrnino Th enrttqnakes will nndonbtedly have' a ten dency to purify the atmosphere., Th ihermometer at midday indicated a tern. r"""re 01 oo Uegreea in tin ahsde. H sioployea of the Belcher Mining company were paid off yesterday, says ws Uold Hill News. Th disbursements mails by the company for labor during the month of October amonnted to the handsome sum of $80,000. The pay-roll of the Yellow Jaoket Company for the m montbfbatsd p $13,000,. J y From the Elko Independent we learn lhat the Vance mill at Mountain City, as started up a few Java ago. The prk mil1 "tarted up on tbe 4th. A. r. Miuear and others have filed the arti I'lea oflooorparaUonof tb Kit Carson alining Company. Winston, having been arrested at Caiv ou for violating the Sunday law against gambling, has sued out a writ of habeas fpus, returaaWa betersw the Supreme Court on Friday; ' TMw Will test the vali ''ty of the law. , s y; ' H- fK 1 '!' r-f Acbowd of qnarrelaome peopfe'were uwpevsed from the front of a residence "'"'ftttsler iiad auddea mwner I, V nger visiting the fau. "y slipped into the crowd unperoeived : ""iuiug an inverted bat, au noun.d that ha was makiag a misaiooa .L,lf""'t T,w hinatea -later he Btloi.-withTot a siugla IS; JLJLJiiJ;;,:, urn LY mnmii PIOCHE. NEVADA. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 12. 1S73. NO. 49 , r HesufJIU tfas aetlTrawd" Tha fever came and found us unpre pared to battle or contend with it, but it will leave us well organized for any fu ture contingency. Save tha benevolent societies and the churches we bad no or ganization capable of encountering the dreadful scourge. And even these were not irepured for what we iuir know to be tha dreadful result. ,Onr city hospi tal was already full of' patients, and, be ing too remote from the scene of the fever, could not be mode available. Our city authorities, too, could not realize the possibilities of the scourge as they now do when nearly fifteen hundred persons bsve paid the penalty of first neglect or ignoruuee with their lives, and therefore there was neither money nor help from the ouiy organization that repreaetita or is entitled to speak for the whole body of tbe people of Memphis. Never was a city in such a condition of nnprepared ness. Oar streets and nUeys" VeOe filthy beyond precedent, and tbe qajirter belt aftar to 1 known as Death's rather than Uannf Holla, reeked with the fume of the-aeeuatulaed filth- or mouths, 'filth representing every phase and shape and guise of filth, animal, vegetable and hu man. The lioard of Health, composed of men auxious and desirous of doios what they can for ns, were merely an advieoryor clerical body, without other power thnn to declare the presence of dis ease, and compile a mortuary report as accurately as derelict and careless under takers or physicians would permit. We bad jukkroue isau,.engued in sanitury work, a police sergeant, who did whakbe could, and worked with all the force of native intelligence to ferret out what nuisances jsxjsUd that might breed dia anaee uad osuipel their; ubnteueut. . Bo sides him and our very limited police force, exercising such supervision os they could upon the streets, we hid none at woii; in. the interest of .tha public health. The chain-gang swept lazily along as it could, street after street, and alley after, alky, iru true 'lick-and-a-promise" style, itud tv. a its work was chiefly confined to the principal thor oughfares. Happy Hollow, ur Hell's Half-acre, or any other of the unhappily or appropriately-named sinks, were left to wallow in their mire, Memphis was, theroiore) In) a sanitary stusc, "down at the heels."" Boasting of Co.OOO people, of a trade worth $100,000,000, of church organizations representing almost every phase of Jewish and Christian belief, comtnao eobqcls opeael 4a over 4,000 children, ben&eoleut societies kindred fo those found elsewhere, and which illus trate all the phases of an active benevo lence, with three orphan asylums nud glorious sisterhoods of brave women with all these Memphis was yet wanting in the tsgentials aoensnry to the health and the preservation ef the lives of her citizens. Memphis Appeal. Old Petk's Consltknck. The colored brother who is conscious of the infirmi ties of man, and aspires to a higher and purer life, is seldom without words to ex press his emotion, albeit sometimes in phrase mors direct and blunt than ele gant. Se it was with an old negro n allied Reto, who was very match troubled about his sins. Perceiving hiru one day with, a downcast look, las master asked mm th. cause. "Ob, massn, I'm such a great siuner!" "But, Pete," said his master, "you are loousn to take it so mncli at heart. iou never see me troubled about my stus. "I know da reason, tuassu," said Pete; "when you go out duck shootiug, and kill oue bird and wound auoder, don't yon run after the wounded duck?" "Yes, Pete;", and his master wondered what was coming next. "Well, massa, dat is de way wid you and me. De debil's got you sure; but as he am not sure of me, he jis chase dis chile all de time." Harper's Magazine. Puii.lippk Papnoy, a young and tal ented artist of Paris, has beoome insuue. Pannoy has been for muny months deeply and wildly in love with a young actress of the Varieties, to whom be was unable to obtain an introduction; his visits'., nevertheless, continued. I At length be attended, night alter night, but her name did not appear. On in quiry, Paunoy was informed that the lady bad .sailed for Riu Janeriu, His despair bf cina ga jnteuee a tu manifest itself iu insanity; bis mind became so completely absorbed by thoughts of go ing to Brazil, that finally he presented himself at the postofflce, his forehead covered With postage stamps, and on his breast a written address, directing Dim self to Brazil. PROPOSALS roa ,. , ... '. CARRYING THE MAILS PONTOFFICB DEPARTMENT, 1,1871) ' WASRiwarcm, October PROPOSALS WILL BR RECEIVED AT THE Coutnct Office of this DeprtnDt until $ p. m. of Februi7 1874 (to be decided oa or iM'iore Marco a, iwti, xur conveyj of the United fciutet in the SUte of From July 1, 114 tmJnn Mk on the routes and hj th ftchedulM of dptfatre dJ asirlT-Uii herein iwciflwd; btiug nrnWa es. lenjijsara i intra winn oi ih jongim, sou tint e sion of 4'Jd CongroM, and otbtr). , -, (Eutuiue cwefullr the fwniu and Inntrutlonii annexed.) . An &i:t of Contrrcm of June 8. 1872. reiiuim that bids of $.V aud upwards be accompanied by a crrtlflud cheok or draft caual to five twr ct-nt. of the bid. NEVADA. 421(il Frum Benovby JuuHtoa HtitiM inai.t. Ijong Yallfy, MilfMd, sad Janevville, to Bumn viUo (Jal.i, 09 miteaand bark, mix ttmea a week; lttava Itno daily, except buoday, at tt a ni; ar rive at Huanvillu third days by 12 m; kSve Ru anvllle daily, except kftraday, at 1 p m; arriTe at Beno third days by 8 pm. Present pay, fT,. 300 per annum. 4Sli From Virijinia City, by Gold Hill and KDt.t Oily, to Dayttm, 10 milt and btu-k, six tiniea a w k ; leare Virgrnt a City daily, except sunday, at 9 a mi arrive at Dayton by 13 m: leave lTton datir. except Hnndar. at l n m: ar. rivu at Virajinsa City fry 4 p aa" 4510; I 'rom Oamn City, by OtiStm, Welling, ton, Walker Kiver, Pine Orove, and Kweet Wa t'.jr, to Aurora, 116 sniivs and buck, thn thnea a) wve?k; ltvre Caraon. City Monday, Wnditesda. aad Friday at i a n arrive at Aurora third da 4 by 3 p m; ltare Aurora Holiday, Wednesday sod Friday at 8 a ui; arrive at Canton City third days by 3 p m. ' t . - ,f 451 U4 From Carson City to Glenbrbok, V2 nrf lee and back, twee a wwk; leave Csmon City jeovMiay ai e a ni; arrive ai uit-norooa uy l'i ui ; leave Ulenbrook Monday itlp n; arrive at Carson City by 5 p m, 4olu5 From Qeuca to Lake Valley (CsJ,iau miles and back, once a week; leave Genoa Mon day at 1pm; arrive at Lake Valley by 7 p m; leave Lake Valley Monday at 6 a m; arrive as Genoa by 12 m. - 45HM From Aurora by Benton (Csl.), Bishop Creek, FiHh bprinA nd BIk Pine, to liulepend- euce (Cal.), liU miles and back, three Uixien a weoK; leave Anrora ruertaay, iniiratiay, s;ia Sat urday at 1 a m, arrive mM lodepemience next days by S a m; leave lndepembncu Moudaj. Wt-dnettdsv, and Friday at B p m: arrive at Au rora next days by 9 p iu. Present pay, $9,'JU0 per annum. 4S107 Troiu Anrora to Columbus, W) mites and back, twice a week; leave Aurora Monday and TUtirsday at 8 a m; arrive at Columbus third dave by l'i m; leave Columbun Monday and Thurdifai; arrive at Arora-4birl duys oy it ni . ... ....... 45lQb-lvrbm Aurora U Tfodie ( n. o.) and back. one a week, ttidders will state distance, and propose schedule uf departures and arrival. 4:l09 Ytom Oolttmbun, by Ragtowu (u. o.l, to WaslAworth, 140 miles and back, onco a week; leaves Columbus Monday at 8 amr arrive at WadHwnrth Wednesday by 0 p mi le&vu Wads worth Thursday .attain; axrJve at Culuubua Saturday by 6 p m. 45110 From Iii.la.by Plpess (a. o.). In Fiwh Lake Valley, to ColuuibuaaudbHclc,ouaweek. liidders will state distance, and propose sche dule of dcoarturrs and arrivals. - 45111 Froua Wadsworth, by Bucklands.'to Mflson Valley, W niiina and back, ouce a week; leaves Wadwffth Monday atttam; arrive at Mason Vsllay next day by 4 pm; leave Mason Vslley Monday atOaau; arrive at Wadsworth next day by 4 o bi. 4511J Froin Wadsworth to Greenfield and bank, once a wook. Bidders will state distance, and nrouose schedule of duuarlnree and arrivals, 4&U3 From Uuionville, hy Mill City, to Don aim, a3 miles and back, six times a week; leave lmouville daily, excupt bunday, at . a u; arrive at Dun Glt-n by 6 p m; leave Dun Ctleu dully, ex. oept Buuday, at 7 a m: arrive at UnionviUe by op m. rresentpay, e.ya per annnnu 45114 From W innemucca to ParadlM TaMey, 43 miles and back, twiee a week; bveWinne mnoca Tuesday and Friday atO a m: arrive at ParadiseVslteybyttpm; K'ave Paradise Valley Monday and Tiiuraaay ui earn: arrive a win- uemunca by 8 i m. . - . 4M1& From ArMtita, by Austin, Junction and Pine Creek, to Belmont, lm miles and back, six times a week; leave Amenta daily, except Sun day, at 3 p mi Arrive at Belmont In three dsys; A Parisian dentist, who has a biuaII villa iu tbe outskirts, had raised upon a monud at tbe bottom of Ins little carden a summer-house built entirely of human teeth. From a distance it looks very nice, but close etrtainlv .-Hither extraor dinary. A short time since the dentist sent his servant into the country with or ders to put the house in order and clean We Bumnaer-uoaae x ive aays mvisy elapsed, and the servant not returning, bis master lout patience, and made his way to the villa. There he fouud his man dilligentiy ocnpieu in cleaning me summer House. witu a loom-urusu: Th Boston Herald gives detail of tbe miraculous ours of tbe wife of tbe Kev. Moses Sherman, Methodist minister at Piermont. N. n.. after years of prostra tion and ntter helplessness. The cure is alleged to have been effected in response to earnest prayer. WOOD CONTR ACT. OFFICK OF THK COU.TV CLERK, LiNcout County , Nkvad Piocbs. Oct. 18, 1873. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT SEALED nroDosals will be received at thie onlce. for thirty daya from date, for the delivery to the WSWjr Of ; v f ' $ ? Q V iou voraa oi oou. The wood to be four feet Ions. Nut Pine, cut areen. and well seasoned; to bo delivered im- mediately, 60 cords at the Court-house and 40 ogrda at the County Hospital. Payment fur the same to he i made out of the Uaueral County FUnd. One third to be paid for upon the deliv ery of one half of the wood, and the remainder upon the completion of the contract. Parties to whom the contract may be awarded will be re- Jiutred to file a good and sufficient bond for the ullbfo! serf o ran aACe of tbe eoutract. :- . By order of the Board of County Commission ers. , r. b. mil. nut, uicrs. oclU-30t ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, MAT 4, It Trains will leave OQDEN as follows: 5 140 P. Me (Bally) Passenper Train for Reno ifer Caraoa and Virginia), Bacramento, larysville, Redding (for Portland, Or.) Stockton, Merced (for Yosemitrl Tipton (for Los AUHele) Jose and ian tmn 5tpO ! M. (Dally) Tlmii Emigraat.TTali (or nacranienui anu osu i muuxv. T. H. GOODMAN, General Passenger and Ticket Agent. A..Y. Taenia, Oeaeml HuperiuUnL 1 myfl- a. caotix OAEHL h FOXe . . STOCK BROKERS, M alOMTOOMXFY wTRtfiaV 141 saa riwlsoo, Cal. U leave Bel immt daily, exeeitfe ftundeyi at am arrive at Aroenta in three days, Kewservioe. 4jll(V r rm Aniena. ny usttie nmtntmn in, 1. to Galena. 17 mihfa aud back, three times a week : leave Argenta; Monday .Wednesday and Fri day at 7 a m; arrive as Oalena by 1-2 it ; leave Galena Mondsy, Wednesday ana Friday at 1 p arrive at Amenta bvS nr. 40117 r rom AUtfun, ny nssniugxun (n. oj, St. Augustine (n. o.), and luue City, to Ella worth, 70 miles and back, once a week; leave Austin Monday at 6 a m; arrive at Ellsworth next day by Q pm; leave Ellsworth Wednesday at a m; arrive ai Austin next nay uy o p m. 4." us From Austin to Eureka, so miles ami back, three times a week; leave Austin Monday, weduesnay and muay at o a m ; arrive tt tu reka next days by u in; leave Eureka Monday Wednesday and Friday at 6 a m; arrive at Austin pxtsaas ey ap m. newservioe' : s aiUv-l-WiiAf Junction, -by Blae SfwHnaa t. ), Ophir Canyon (u.o.), Bot Springe (n. o.) Ham- Annmto. Uilver Peak and Uda. to. old Mountain, 155 miles and oat:, once a week; leuve Belmont Monday at 0 a ni; arrive at Gold Mountain Wednesday by 8 p m; leave Gold Mouutsiu Thursday at 6 a m; arrive at Belmont UarntviAv hsr M n m. A51'ju From Junction la Twin River SI miles and back, throe times a week; leave Junction Monday, Wednesday ana rnaay ai i a m; arrive st Twm River bv ft i ait leave 1 Tuesday, Thursday and aturday at 7 a m; arrive at Junction by t p m. 4ll')Fmu Belmont. !by -fiot Creek. Morry. Diit k Wnter and Treasure City, to Hamilton, 133 miles and back, euro a week; leave Beleuon Tuesday at 6 mi arrive at Hatoiltea Thursday y p m; leave naiuon muay aiaa auj arrive? at Belmont Monday by 6 p m. 451 J J From Belmont to Montesuma, 45 miles and berk, ence a week; leave Belmont Monday atSam; arrive at Monteiuma by I p m ; lea Montezuma Tuesday itoiu; arrive ai ueimoni by S p m. 45i'i-rrom Hamilton, by Mineral Clry, Red Butte ,n. o.l. and Patterson's (n. o.l, to Ploche. ITS milea ana oaca, six tunes a wees, xeave Hamilton daily, exeept Sunday, at 0 a. m. Ar rive at Pioche ehird, days by six p. m. Leave Pioche dally, except Sunday, at 6 a. m; Arrive at Hamilton tnira aaya uy a p. m. rreseuipay, M1 -ltil iu anniim. " 4134 JTom Hamiifoa, ey iTiwsnivi -uty, Eberherdt, A milea and back, eii times a week. Leave Hamilton dally, eaten Sunday, at H a. m; Arrive at Kberhardt by 10 a. ru. Leave Eber- hardt dully, exocpt Sunday, at li s. m; arrive ai Hamilton by 1 p. m. wis Fntin Hamilton to Trov. 78 miles and back, ono a week. Leave HamUiuai Monday at 6 a. m. arrive at Troy next day by 6 p m. Leave Troy Wednesday as 6 a. sa; arrive at Hamilton next ttay ny o p.m. , e.iJ-.Vrom PlAlu. bv St. Joseph, to St Thomas. vr mih n snd back, once a week. Leave Pioche Monday ate a. in; Arrive at o. inuiuu Wednesday by 6 p m. -Laeve H4Thomas Thorn day at tt a. mi av at PaaV&a Saturday, by 8 P-ra- .-t, bsi s, 0nr WW. LTe Piocho TurwLj St s. m; srrire t Hiko unt dT by P- m. Lesre Hiku Thiirsilsr at S a. m; rrre at Pioche next Jybyt "- t--; . .,'.. 4. Trio rTOin miiesnen, vj miarrai oui nu lriiMdif.. trt Hamilton. IM miles and bark, six times a week, by schedule not exceeding 48 hours one wsy, making proporconuectlon with Central Pacific Ksiiroau. rrm-iiv j iitwv w num. 1 r m i i -' iMuVmm Elko, bv Tuscarora and White Rock, to Mountain City, 13 miles and bacaV twiee a week. Leave Elko Monday and flfor day, au4 lLin.li eantl ThuredaV Wednesday and SatunUy by paw Present pay f S.ow per anaus? . t 4ftlt rom Jtiao 10 uainoa. by Spaa. Leave Hamilton Monday, Wednesday and ariday. at a m; arrive ai Welle flf th days by p m. Mew service. eSLiS From Toano by Bilver Zone, Bchell bourne, Piermont (n. o.). Sacramento District fs o.) aad Pstteraoa District m.o.) to Pioobe, iou miles and back, once e week. Lave Toane UonUay u i I to; arrive a riucne Daiuruav oy 6 pm. Leave Pioche Monday at tt a m; arrive at Toane Saturday by p m. Uim From Teoouak (n. o.) to Buel. 6 miles and back, six times a week, by a schedule aatis- lactory to the postmaster at xuei. 4MJ7 lYom TecomstoAnnaville, 25 milea and I back, once a week. Leave Teeoma Monday at 8 a nut arrive at AnnavUle by 4 p ai. Leave Anua- vuie Tuesday at 8 a w; smve at Teeoma by 4 p in. .FOR! OF PROPOSAL, Ol ARAXTKE, AND CERTIFICATE. ; . . PROPOSAL. The nnderahzned ' - . whose Post- office addreea Is . ronnty of , State of , proposes to oonvey the malls or tbe tnlted StaWs, from July 1, 1874 to June. M. i78, on rente No. -. between and . un der the advertisement of the Postmaster Gener al, dated October 1. 1873, "with celerity, cer tainty end security" (law of June 8. 1H7J), for the annual sum of dollsrs. The nronoeal Is msde with full knowledge cf the distances of the route, the weight of the mail to be carried, and all other particulars in reft r- euce to the route aud service; and, also, after careful examinations of the laws and inn true tinns attached to advertisement or mail service; aud oi the provisions contained in the act of Congress of June 8, 1873. , Hated , niadT. GUARANTEE. Tha laaderstafflnd. Rsidina at. State tt , itTtdirtake that, if the foregoing bid fur ear. ryina the mail on route No. be accepted by the dniaster General, the bidder will, prior to tue 1st of June, 1S74. enter into the required obligation or contract to perform the wrvlee proposed, with food snd sumcient sunt ma. This we do. understand! na distinctly tbenbli- gationa snd II abilities assumed by guarantors. CERTIFICATE. Tbe underslfrned, Postmaater at , State of -. certifies, under nis oatu oi omce, mat he is acquainted with the above guarantors, and knowa them to be men of property, and able - to make good their guarantee ; ana tnet tiadr and guarantors are above the age of il years. Bids of 15.000 and upward must be aocomDs- n)ed by a certified check, or draft, on some sol Tent National back, equal to five pt eeutomon the present annual pay on the route; or In case of new etrvice, not less thsn flv per eentnn of one year s pay proposed in do (sectmn 253, 4CI OI JUllO , lOit) The Postmaster mut no, sign tne rerttooate mitllthe sum of the bid Is Inserted ad the bid aud guarantee signed by all parties, and duted. Otathr Required jf Beetlem 94t of an acioc eoaiipneM approrfa tian s, IH1-4, to be Aittxea to Ksieti Bid fur CntrylnirtKieMaiUa aad tv be Taken Before an Officer ttaaltfled to Ad uilnieter Oatsia. - I,, of .bidder for eonveyinu the aaaiL on rnite No. . from, do swear that I have the ability pecuniarily to ful fill my obligation as such bidder; tliat th bid is made iu good faith, and with the intention to enter Into eoutract and perform the service in case said bid shall be accented; aud that the suf- natures oi tue guarantors uiereto are geuuuio. ana mat i oeiive tue saia guarantors to oe pecu- many respon&iuic lor ana ante to pay in aami gee the United States shall suffer by rtusuu uf my failing to perform my obligations as such utauer. . . ; Sworn to and subscribed before me -. for the of this day of , A. I). 187. and In testimony thereof 1 hereunto eub- svribe my name and alHx my official aval tue day auu year aforesaid. . , .- SEAX-1 Kots. When the oath is taken before a Justice of the Peace, the certificate of the clerk of a oonrt ef rroord nhonld bm added, omler hie seal of otnoa, mat the- purson who atlmiuistemi the oatu ts a auiy quaimed Juatlee oi lue peace. INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS AND POSTMASTERS! ' ! Contalnlns also conditions to be Incorporated in toe contracts io tne extent tue lA'ikartiuent may aeem proper. 1. Seven mlnuteB are allowed to each Inter- mediate office, when nut otherwise speciaed, for assorting the mails. . un routes wnere tne mou or conveyance admits of it, the special agents of the Puetotnce department, also postomce oiaiias, mail bags, louas anu xeys. are tu ne couveyea wiwoui ex tra cbarse. a. MWaV bills" or receipts, prepared bv poatniaeteraer other agents of the lepartinent, will Bcconitiauv the mails, specif yina the num ber ana deMinauon oi tne several oags, to oe ex amined by the postmasters, to mrmre regularity in ine delivery oi oags anu poucoes. - - a. No panr will be made for trips not per formed; and for each of such omissions, if the failure be occasioned ny me laun or the con tractor or carrier, three times the pay of the trip will bededucted. For arrivals so far be hind time as to break Conner t ion with depend ing mails, snd not sufficiently excused, one- lourtn oi tne compensation ior me trin i sut- Ject to forfeiture. For rcieated delinquencies of uie kUd be re in specineu, eniarcea uenaiuea. projtortioned to the nature tuereoi, ana the im portance of She mall, may be made. 6. For leaviug behind or throwing off the mails, or any portion of them, for the admission of passengera, or for being concerned In setting no or ntnninc an express conveying lntelltftenoe In advance oi tha mail, a quarter s pay will be deducted, i . 1 fl. Finos will be imposed, unless the delin- aupnrv be promptly and satisfactorily exr lained by eertincatea of postmasters or the affidavits of other credible persons, ior tailing to arrive in contract time; for neglecting to take the mail from, or deliver it into, a poatoffice; for suffer ing it to bo wet, injured, destroyed, robbed, or lost; ana ior reiusinK. eiwr urmauu, w aimvey the, mail aa freoneutlv as the contractor runs. or is concerned in running, a coach, car, or steamboat on a route. 7.. The Postmaater uenerai may annul a eon. trat-t for veneated failures to run aureeably to contract; fur violating the postofflce lavs, or disobeying the instructions of the Department; for reiutting to aiscnarge a earner wswu requirea by the Department to do so; for ruuning su ex nressaasfureBsid: or for transporting persons or packages eouveylng mailable matter ous.of tne man. a. The Postmaster General may aiscootinue or extend s contract, change the schedule and termini of a route, and alter, increase, aocrease, nr Mind tha aarvkie. in sccordanoe with law. he allowing a pro rata increase ot compeusatioa for any additional service thereby required, or foe increased aneed. if tbe employment of addi tions! atook er carriers Is rendered necessary) and in case of decrease, curtailment, ur diacenv tinuanceof service, as a full indemnity to said contractor one month 'a extra pay on the amount of service dispensed with, snd a pro rats cum- pensatton vor tne aervivc wiww. i nnranj, however, that, in caae uf incrtsea. expeaitiou, the contractor may, upon timeiy notice, rwnn. quiih thewntracu ; . : '' ""J; v raysaenvawui w "j ua( (Offifial. WisrrUaufous. withdrawal of a bidder or guarantor will be al lowed unless the withdrawal is received twenty- four hours previoma to the time ixed for open- ina; ine proposaia. , a D bid muHt be ffnaranteed by two responsi ble persons. The bid and guarantee should be sigued plainly with the full name of each per son. . Tbe Postmaster uenerai reserves the right to reject any bid which may be deemed extrava gant; and alsotodisregardthebida of failing con trera and bidders. (Act ef June b, 1872, sue- tion In. The bid should be sealed, subscribed MMsil Proposals, State of Nevada, "addressed "Mccoua ASMiiiuint postmaster wnerai, tjontrsct Ottice " Bids of $5.1100 per annum and upward mu."t be a:coinpanied by a cert J fled check, or draft, on S3 me solvent National Bank, equal to percent. f tne amount; also bida lor service which now costs $5,000 or more per annum. Where the present pay is $6,000 or more, it Is stated in the advertisement undt r tbe appro priate route. 17, The contrasts are to be executed and re turned to tbe Department by or before the 1st day of June, 1874. otherwise the accepted bidder will be considered as having failed, and the Postmaster General may proceed to contract fpr the service with other parties, according to law. iraustera oi contracts, or of interest in con tracts, sre forbidden by law, and consequent ly cannot be allowed, neither can bida or inter est iu bids, be transferred or assigned to other parties. Bidders win tnereiore take notice that they will be expected to perform the service awarded to them through the w hole contract term. 18 Section 249 of the act of June 8. 1872. pro vides thst contracts for the transportation of the mail shall be ''awarded to the lowest bidder tendering sufficient guarantees for faithful per formance, without other reference to tbe mode of such transportation than may be necessary to provme ior tue due ceienty, certainty, ana secu rity thereof." L'uder this law bids that pro pusf to transport tue malls with "celerity, cer tainty, and security," having been decided to be the only legal bids, are construed aa providing for the entire mail, however large, and what ever may be the mode uf conveyance necessary to tenure us "celerity, certainty, ana security," and hare the preference over all others, and no othera are considered, except for steamboat routes. 19. A modi float ion of a bid in ant of its essen tial terms la tantamount to a new bid, and can not be received, so ss to Interfere with regular competition. Making a new bid, wiih guarantee and certincate, la the only way to modify a pre vious bid. 20. Postmasters are to be careful not to certify to the Bufficieuvy of guarantors without kuowing mac iniiy are p rsuna oi siunciem respon si unity, i section BIT, act ouune a, iqtia xney musi not Biim the certificate until the sum of the bid ia inserted, and the bid and guarantee are signed by the bidder aud ( two) guarantors; a disregard of this instruction by Postmasters will subject tneui to uuiu ornate removal and to severe penal tie". Postmasters are also liable to dismissal from office lor acting as agents of contractors or hid ders, with or without compensation, in any busi ness, matter, or thing relatins to the mail ser vice. Thi-y are the trusted awts of the Depart ment, and cannot consistently act in both capacities. . . , 'il. All bidders, guarantors, and fureties are distinctly notified that on a failure to enter Into or perform the contracts for the service proposed ior in the accepted oms, tneir legal liabilities will be enforced against them. 'l'i. rreseut contractors, and persons known at the Department, must, equally with others, pro cure guarantors aud certificates of their suffi ciency substantially in the forms above pre scribed. The certificate of sufficiency must be Biiim-a oya rosttuaster. id. iu ail cases where tne routes are not niny Bupnlittd with the necessary looks aud pouches. it is tne duty oi ttio postmaster at the head or the route to mke requisition on the Contract Office uf this Department for such locks and pouches before 1st of July next provided the route be lei. JNO.A. J.CRE8WEIX, o!4 Postmaater General. HARRISON BROS., . it ' " S .SKAUSSB IN.... Furniture and Bedding Carp-ta, Wall Pep-r, Main. Door. mmn will. !, ; MAIN STREET. FIOCIIK. PRIXO AND PIXU MATREHHKH. Blanltota, Sheets, PARLOR AND BED-ROOM UKTH, FINE TOILET 8ETB, Carpets and Oil Cloth, ' Window Shades. AFINB AR80RTMOT OF I'PHOLSTEOT Guuds, linpeir, ke. Paper Hanging done. J4-tf LUMB33H, SHERWOOD BRO., MA1. MTRBliT, PIOC'HK, C1! BDPPLI AI,L KISDS UtNINO AND BF1LDISU' LCMUEK. 8AWED. TUUJEU. HEWEP T I Ml E R A N 0 POLES. ' : ! 't' Hsnoakud ' ' CALIFORNIA M'MEER, REDWOOD snd BL'OAH PINE, M0DLDINOH. Etc., Etc. . rf..r . . . Also, DOORS and WINDOWS, and have can stutly on tinii , tun supply, which ill U sold at KEASOKABLfi RATES. spMtf J. &. CD., MAIN... PIOCHE 33ushuss Caras. XI. 1ST. COOK, . AS3AYER, OFFICE OK McCiNNoFsTREET, IN REAR OF CH1S. WIEDERHOLD S. ComtiIts facilities (or AHSAYIN'U AND MKLT1.NO 1IILLIOX. Okr of ,vcry description carefully assayed. Cams and see tha Prices. nl-tf NEVADA, IMPORTERS DEALERS IN HATtDWAHE NTOVKN, CROCKERY, OLAHH. W AitE, aad HOl'HK PI RN. lallNS OOODH. - ' Manufacturers of Copper, Tin and Hneet-Iron Ware. IMiuubera, Hteam aud Gaa Flttrra. ""illTE ARE NOW PREPARED TO CON. T tract for Air Plpo, Blowers, Furuaca Pipe, Lift Pumps, Sc., of any required alee aud weiKUi. Also Ailenta for the Celebrated Burl's Patent Cook stoves. apU-tf ' mts fraxcisco Aofeirr, C. W. CBAKE, a o Montgomery itnet, ia Sols iasi fee tba Paocas Dailt iaed to contract and collect tor adTartiaa ments. at our lowest eah rates, in coin. Ad. vertiaers ara sequestra to leaaa taatr avders with kiaa, as none ather will ha reeaariaail. . UBH OF ADVKBTIH1N6. a,eaamintotics.V...-...,7.".y..T;... lieliBUUeat aalea. nee aouara Poatponement Delinquencies, per eo,uar.... Diawlation otlo;.,.,.. : Notice to Creditors : Oonrt Hummona. per aqaara j. .. . . nyecial Locals Fifty uenta per line, for an and Ten Cent, for each tubaequent insertion. 20 JOU KOHS. , Done at the Rxcokd offlca in the beat style known to tha art; and mast be paid for oa de livery, nnleea persona having the work dona have standing aorounta with the otlce. Ko de viation front thia rule. . r THE STATE BANK OF NEVADA, FIOOHEJ.. Board uf Directare. . Jomx P. Kbllcy CHAJ. A. WlKDCHHOLU.. , Cha. A. WrxiKBMoia..., si OHM UaKIUCR, I U. H. LtTKBOCX, Prealdeut Vice Preeident a tcaetary J. W. M HIC'HT, Haiit I. Tuoa.irro, DtPOHITS RECEIVED KTl'UEB ON OPKJI Account or to laaue Certluoatea tberrfur , Payable on Demand. EXCHANGE laTwi UKi " NEW TORKand SAN FRANCISCO, and other Principal Cities of the L'nthd States. Alas upon LONDON. DUBLIN, PARIS, BERLIN, And all of the Principal Cillea of Europe. Currency Bought and Sold. CoRedien fiomptty Made. BuLLION Purchased or Shipped on Coat- RAILROAD and MIKINO STOCKS Bought and Hold on ComniiMaion. J. W. WRIOIIT. oStf . ( Hank Manager. WELLS, F.AJtGO tfe CO., KXCHAXGK, BANKING axn Express Company. BILLS OF EXCHANGE AND TELEGRAPHIC Tranefere on Chicago and New York, pays. -tile In the principal cities of the United Statee and Canada; also Bills on London. . Currency bought and sold. Collections and Commieatone of all kind, exe cuted, and Uenerai Expreea and Banking Buai. neea attended to promptly in all parts of the United States, Europe and Canada. Bullion boUKhl and ADVANCES MADE OS SHIPMENTS OF BULLION; Exchange bought, Deposits received. Aaaeaauienta paid and PiUdt-nd collected on Mining Stock. EXPHKNH LINES To California, Nevada, Oregon, Nebraska, Col. orado, Montana, Wyoming, Waahingtou and Idaho Territories, Britieh Columbia. New York, Atlantic Statea and Europe, Mexicau Porta. Yokohama, Hongkong, Shanghai. Iflice In Jacobs aultan'a Block, Mala Street, I'loeba. Je28-tf J. M. BEIBERT. Agent. Stott and Jast Lrriglit. Daily Stage Line. totf Is, aRtstauranw t, San Franciaco Restaurant 13 J. EJIalTr, 0. P. SHERWOOD, ' County Vsssaosssoi-, . 1IXC0LS fOlXTY, NEVADA. M. A. FRENCH and I. P. CURTIS, Deputies. Office: At the Court-house, . oli-ti HOliACF. D. BKENK, A-ttoiney cs.t ASD- NOTARY Pl'BlilC ' For Lhrcoln County, Ne-ads. ; , , . . v oll-tf ,. - - U. S. PATENTS FOR MINERALXANDS. ' N. WESCOATT, HAVIN9 JUST RECEIVED THE APPOINT luentof U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor for the DlBtrict OX Lincoln County, hereby Rives nodes to the owners of aiining clsima and mill eitea, situate within thia County, that he la now pretiared to execute the neceaaary anrveya, re quired by law. for parties who may be deeirous of aecuring their claims by a patent from the government. All the neoeNeary information aa to the requisite preliminary atepa will Se anord ed an apulyiug to the above, at his office on Mettlow Valley h treat, inunedialrly below iha Meadow Valley Dunip House N. U. Mr. Weasoait will continue to give hie beat attention to mining surveying aud engin eering: mra-tl or drafta on. poBtnuwtcnj or otherwise, ai'te the .vniratinn nf each ouartcT aay in November. reoruary, ei.y auu " , " quired evidence ot aervn nae "to rvwei,. t.. 10. Thediatancee given are believed to be anb. stsnttsllv eorrect: but no lucreaiwl pay will be allowed ihould they be greater than advertlacd,. tf the points to oe anppuea arc n.im. Birtdera null lnfonu theiaaelvea aa liile polpt, and abro la tefeeeaoetotaa welwat of tho mail, the conditiona of hills, roads, atreams c, and all toll-brldgea, turnpikea, plimfcroade, ferries, or obtructiona uf any kind by which expenaa may be incurred. No claim for additional pay, baaed on such ground, cau be considered, nor for alleged mleUkea or mlnappreheuelon aa to the direa of irrvlce;nor for l.ndgfa deatroyed, ferries discontinued, ot other obstructions caus ing or lncroaalng distance or expense occurring during the eontract term. OlUoea atBblialed sllerUils advertiaenlelit ia inaui-d. and slao dur i a. nfn.'t term, are to be viaitod without extra peJyi If the dietaace be sot increased. IL Bkiaera are cautioned U mail their prepa-, i. j.. ....- ,.. tne ucnaniuuiB uw toe u, e win nox oe connin- bids, of Kaiwaaola nennt, temived aa time. Neither can bids a conaldcred which ar without tlio guarantee n. at a atiarrive stMotrnta natyWailnaaday end hour named (3 p. iu., t Satanlay by m. Leave Moootaia city bida reeeived after that time nday and Thursday at a a UK arrive at Klko end lu cwmpeatins i with amHMI. -.Vr-'3.-,w.-U,, ju, 80 mliea'siid quired by Uw, and a wnincate of the eunWcncy ;o MeaOay afS ofaueh gVaraiivee.sndtln.o.M. oi 'the bHde . I juivb Bullion accordhui to auction 30. act of suae a in. , . i , t . . Vmu ITtki rTTi- fil'lf,,n bv B n in. Leave Bullion accordhw to auction 30. Tuesday itlim; arrive at tiao oy a p vs. anial From Elko to Lamoille, 50 miles and sack, oooaauenk, - Ua Klka SaaurdayaS 1 i m; arrive at Lamoille by 7 p m. Leave Lamoille Saturday at 6 a in: arrive at Elko by 19 m. 4Uaarrroni Elku to Hiuittugton, 64 milea and ha., enee a week Leave, tlku Friday a 18 a iu: arrive at Huntington next day by S p m, Leave Huntington Wednesday at G a in; arrive at Elko uext day by 3 p m. , - SJlXI-Fftun Halleek.by Camp Halleck, b Bu by Valley, S5 nillea and back, once s weok Leave Halleck Monday at 1 a m; arrive at Rub Valley next day by 12 m. Leave Ruby Valley Wednesday al 6 a ail arrive at HaUeck next 4ay by 11 ne. . i t u .". ' .!.... -. i . -.u i, . . 4nlat-From Wells, by Clover Vslley. Spraes Mountain, Schellbnnrne snd Cherry Creek, to Hamilton, IM milea snd back, three timers week. Leave Welle Blonder. Tvedneedar snd Friday, at a avarrlre at Hanultoo arth daya JACOBS SULTAN, Pioche V Bullionvillea Wholxsau axd Retail Dsauoui -1 GENERAL MERCHANDISE, ETC. Particular attention paid to " COTJNTR."" ORDBRS ROSKVYOOD AXI MHTAL.J aWWj l.IC CASEH constantly onaaaaaa,aaa band. ' n .:ii;. e r t Special Atteutlon Given to the .Hnlpineat of Bodios Baat sr WeaV .A SPLENDID HCARSC Always in Attendance. ffltf S1EAD0W VALLEY STREET, j Oppoalte Dexter Stable Ctbfried 6i Briaacher, Proprietors. Freeh Oysters in every style. Open day and night for the accommodation of tbe public. .... ni'Mf SALT CITY. PARLOR RESTAURANT, in McCANNON Rear STREET. tha Postofllce. BEFITTED AND BEOPENED. Elegant Booms for Private Parties. Meals 03-tf from O A. M. to 8 P. M. FRANK S'.HOONMAKEB. MEADOW VALLEY BREWERY. Comer at Main and Meadow Valley streets, . PIOCHE ... - . . f TV ADA. F. ZASTE5 - - - - Proprietor. raiHB MEADOW VLLEY BKEWEKY HAS M. been fitted up in the moat taatcf ul manner aud supplied with MUPEtt OR BRA.VUH Of LIQUORS and CIGARS liASjIBR BKER from the Stirendid trrew. ery at Meadow Valley.., . nal-tf GILMEE & SALISETOT, Proprietors. CARRYING) C. 8. MAIL, AND WaXLB. FAB. OO k CO.'S EXPUaSH via Fillmore, Sclplo, Nephl, Pay son, and Lehi, With Branch Line from Rlveralde la North Star aad Beaver. Stages leave dally at S A. M. Olllce at Wella, Fariro 4k Co. 'a. d'iu-tf Daily Stage Line, LAFAYETTE RESTAURANT tj liuDow Vallet St. CI HAVINO TAKEN THIS POPl'LAB RES. TAURANT, srs determined to spare no pains in furnishing the beat board to lie had ia Pioche, and hope to receive the patronage of ail their old Meads .-;!. , Board by that Weak.'.. (10.00 Board by the Meal. S Meals Kent oat, each 1.00 Special attention paid to furnishing Suppers for i Oi., ScUal rutin, ete. sclD-tf CASON a BARGES. Propr'a. KAMI L TO N, AND HALF-DAILY FROM (' HAMILTON TO SIC U ELA. CI11CUK TSAVIS CO., Proprietors. ' CARRYINO V. S. MAIL AND WELLS, FAR. ' 00 k CO.'S KXPUKSa. Both Line newly Storked with Fine AMERICAN HORHKH and new :KCOKU COACHKM. biages leave Pioche Daily st 8 A. M., msklng close connection with Railroad Stage front Ham llton. Office at Wella, Pariro k Cm. a. dJO-tf BILLY'S STAGE a. f f ... ANT) - ' ' - - EXPRESS LINE BETWEEN - PIOCHE, BULUONVILLi, AND PANACA. LEAVLH PIOCHE AT 1 ' A. ., I'ROM Press Wand'a Corner, and Bulllonvllle at? p. m., from A. Brown's Saloon. Fare. 91. 00. e'rom BiilllonvUla to Pauses and lbs Uatba. fare 50 cents. PURCHASE 11. Bidders aaouM Ores proiw. ior aocvic. strictly according to the "V?'"1"' na theu, if they desire, separately for dinVrcnl air vice; snd if the regular bid be the lowest offered for the advertised service.lhe other propoaltioiis ma be considered.'1 ' 13. There should be but one route bid for In s DBilioasl.' Couaolidahil or comWuatton bid t"nruuoaing one sum for Itru or more rowtua'1 cannot be considered. . , . ; 14. The route, the service. hf J'" fsr. name awl twldence of the bidder (that is, bu, nsnsl post-offlce addreaa), and the name of each meniberof s flnu. wlr rou,i.r,j,.fTera,anuld be distinctly stated. . , 15. Blcldersarereque.te.lto uw fMMprae. Ucable. the printed pmpoal furnished by tbe partnint, towrite Jut a full the sass ot their Mas ekxiaid' not be aubmlttr aer IntuUbldsnSail-d-b. wiUdmwa., Si, D. C. CLARKA BROTHER j" STONE STORE, IXIWEK ' MAIN HTJtEKT ''.! ' PIOCHK. TKVADA,tK' S U p LI. S ALE AND RETAIL OKOCKKlfciM, ! -;, saRovisjioNa, -: ,. POWDER, .' "" FUSE, AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 9 ... i. atfM( ... Walker ' '." Hbusea H AVISO THIS DAY 'prRCflASKD THE Walker Hones, we are aow in poeeeeaoa of the two beat hotels In Salt Leka City. Ot tha Wklker Bouas We deem it unneceeaary to aay anything in. tta behalf. Its splendid design snd elegant eulipuieut beUig so well known to the public. The CLIFT HOCSK, though tti so well known ae the Walker House having been oran but a few weeka-ta nret-claee ki all Ha j appoiutmenta.tha building being new and tha lurniiure hi ,ue duih laeuiouaoie ana elegant at rte. The location of thia bouas is central and c-onimanda a aplendld view of the lake and ever anew-clad moontatns and enmrnntntig scenery. Its local reputation is eitporlnrta that f say other house m the city. With the abcM faciliUee at our i enisasail we fcej aaaarad tp guaranteeing, saljiifsc.tinn.to all. ReRpectfuuy, etc., R1TCHBN BRtM. August 1, 1873. ... , , auis-tf . ; KIV PHILLIPS, ; , Collector, A Deputy Constable, WILL ATTEND TO TBI OOLLECTIOlt of all WUa aad ecoouala that may he ea mieted to him. Orrtoa at the ftswltc's Oisiri, Laaoar stiset, .5.v,.I at. .,t.-asltt ; i.i.i.vru , .. . . Dividend Notiotv. u rilUB ftTOCKBOLDBlta OF THE BTATI 1 . BANK OF NEVADA sre hereby notified thst tt the regular monthly meeting of the Poardof Directors, held oataeal last., a dirt, dead was declared for tha month of October of Two aad One-half per Cent. Outheanouetof cental atocs-, parable at tba Bank ia Paited Stafm.jaaljl coin ea taeMtk IneUat. i. W. WBlSslT, Beak ltaSMSr. . noMm, Intakes, lata. . WOOD I WOODt - OKDEB8 LEFT AT BOOSB t DOLMAN'S,' or with T. C. Thomas, who will deliver wood ia any part of the city, - ' Milk, 'BUt aud Buttermilk! ' , , At the old rates. ' ' '' aell-tf i j m - i WM. CCLVERWHX. urmnn a T TnTTmnunniTtriT " libit. LMlhBiSililll, ; , . AUCTION kit COMMIUIOI MEICHUTS, BRICK BUILDING, LACOUR STREET OCT DOOt SALES PKOMPTLY ATTE.YDED T : ACCTIOK BALES KVERY EVEKUM1. SVEBY description of merchsndiee such as Gold snd Silver Jewrb-v, Watebaa, clot hi me and Far niabing Oooda. etc. u T Oooda st Private eels at Auction lutes. "TS Pioche : Battery. mm I rv av, nniV AUrt'R- .: Frwawtotara. '-..'' ' Dealer in Groceries, 1 WT1TCS AITTJ TTQTTOaA ' : . ; Msaden Talisy Ja. - Be" The hifhaat prtoa paid for Utah Produca anlitf ATVmm RBeOaU. Omci yam asus gat tat toaataf Jab Work done to sraar.