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r 7 IS UIS no Whii Ri Bacm.-K. J.HatL i. returned yesterday aiwruoon, - ... .flv.rJ na an account of tba lVhiU River races. He says racing comrtenetd on Friday- The first raca-afcd tba principal one-woa between. Butferhwln, Frencby and Fanny, half mils' and re peat, for $700. ButterWla mbn in two straight beats, closely followed by the other two. Time, 52 secoudaeach beat. On tba same day there wo a dozen cmb races, upon which smkll lumi ol Bon- gauged 1"lnJ,, h.at " -traduced mora for paatima Ihan for the money Ibat might be won. Qn Saturday Sneckled Trout and Frenchjr ran 600 varda for $5"0, d Frencby droved him Kt tba beat nag and won (he money. Vext waa a qnartrr raca between Carpen ter ' fW mur8 ,ue Washbjurn horse, in which the latter won. Efcht or ten M-rub racea followed. On Sunday But terbeela, Frencby, Fanny andt Speckled Trout ran a singls daah ot half a mile for tWO. Frenchy won. After this there was a race between Fanny and Frencby, sjugle dash of a mile, which was. a draw race Baldy and the Waahhnita horae next ran a aingle dash of a mile, is) which UuUly won. There were many fcireaeut from HuBiilton, aa well aa Piocb, and everything passed off Tery pleasantly, and withont any personal difficult' or bitter feeling. V- Dnx. Yeaterdny was a very dull day iv our lo"nl. He wandered from one end of the town to the other in search of items, but bad finally to give up in des pair. So shooting, no fighting, no gar. rotiug; not even a dog fight. The palmy days o( Fioebe are nertainly on the wane, and should this atate of attain uoutinue, be will be obliged to call upuu the gen erous people to faTor him with the nec ebsary material fur items in the shape of suicides, genuine old shooting sonifies, etc. Thk Committee of Arrangements for the benefit of Mrs. Gorman and children ar- W. S. Travis, P. B. Miller, E. Ham tou, John Adams, M irtin Lannin, Tbos, S. Colemiiu, John Wilson, Jus. Clancy, A. Brown, G. M. Sabin, Kicanor B. lloditruez, Ike Phillips, A. Detinue, P. Holland, J. B. Williams, John UcOer lujtl, lbouias McMasters, Mrs. J. B. Fuller, Airs. F. Kasteu, Miss Emma Holland and Miss Ella Phillips. Tick els may b obtained at E. Hamilton's . saloon. Main street X Ax IsciniNT. Yesterday morning, while Sheriff Travis was exercising bis fust trotter on Main street, hs lost his " Whistler," and, being nnable to find it, he offered a reward of five dollars to the finder. Shortly afterwards Mr. Sut erley, the photographer, picked np the little joker and tetnrned it to the owner, and, on receiving the reward, immediate ly donated it to the widow of the late Win. F, Gorman. ARTEBU.T TflEUa OW LnsroUK COUNTY MIXES- We are indebted to O. P. Sherwood. County Assessor, for the following state ment of all ores, tailings, and mineral bearing mt.Urial worked in Lincoln wuuij iur ins quarter ending Septei Dersu, 11573: mfmmij H Hi ijmin u ::.::: ..: :.::::: Si !; 58:; gP A 1 i IlllMIMMIIilr: BVLLIOM IKPIBXT. "Mis, Fargo Co. Monday .SS.SM.OO ABH1VALA MB DETASTUBEa ABBIVAJJ. av otixra a aausatrav"s sait lass ma: 111 ailee Welsh DEPABTCRE8. ( T Taxris a eo.-a BAtciLToa un: if B Lea Jaa Baker C Leo Mrs Boll a child C W W.iiob Chas liatthews trios I very Richard Ivery Blizabeth Tremgoe ir aiutaa a SAUsairaya au.f labs uac: HW LmnU Conrad Dicta Mrs C EaiUs Klehsrd Phillips ifi roiiups M i HeHsaas a vicaeiisoD w B any Holidays. Thera are bnt five legal holidays in this State, viz: the 1st day of Jaimary, the 22d day of February, the 4th of July, the day recommended by the Governor as a day of Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day. As one of the legal hol idays ia close at hand, wa would suggest that those who issue prooeaaes be careful that they are not made returnable on the th. FlNSD FOB fcsHOOTINO IN THK STRUTS. Yesterday a man was tried and convicted injustice Van Hngen's Court for dis charging his pistol in one ot the streets of Vioche. We are glad to note this cir cumstance, for it will serve to show peo ple that there is a law against indiscrim inate shooting in public plaoes, wbireby human Ufa is endangered. Yisterday morning we . inspected at Wells, Fargo & Co's a Macneale A Urban sale, which, for its size, is about the heaviest piece of mechanism we ever saw. It is 3 feet 4 inches high, 3 feet 6 inches wide and 1 foot 4 inches deep. It weighs a ton. Feusonal. Among the arrivals last eveniug we were glad to see our old fel-low-towusman James Schoonmnker, who came up from 8:in Francisco for the pur pose of looking after his mining interests in Star district. Concluded. The case of MoCullough, charged with killiug Ed. Dennis, was concluded yesterday before Justice Van Hagen, who took the matter under ad visement. 1'K Phillips desires ns to an nounce his determination to wage a re lentloFs war against high prices in gro ceries, provisions, liquors, etc Constable's Sale.-AI constable's sale yesterday a horse was knocked down at $47, four bead of cattle brought $ 78, ami a yearling- calf sold for $C. The prices were very low. Jrrxi Mksicb, one of the attorneys for Kentucky Mining Company, takes his departure this morning for Virginia J. M. Siibsbt, of Wells. Farm k Co.. has the quicksilver agency, and is also -5u. mi aiacncaie & Urban s safes. H. Michails will take his leave of ?"he 'o-daj nd will spend a fortnight i.uturo, ana men return. Mas. L. E. Atchison will arrive by to day s stage from Hamilton. Pickled pobb at IS oents a pound at Ike Phillip'. nl9-tf Jobn C. Lynch has just received lot ui nne foreien wines Privata Cnvaa. Green Seal.Charles Heidseick, and other nne brands of chamnaone: also, auneri- or casechateau la Franda, Chateau la iT ud choice brands of cigars -u. will receive in a few days 200 Packages of the finest liquors and ease o . .t urougni to riocbe. nlo-iw Oo to H. Krause's Photograph Gallery on Laoour street, over the New York "akery, for your A No. 1 pictures ces reduced to one-half. Satisfaction guaranteed. Cartes de Visite 4.00 per "ozou. Ferrotypes for 50o apiece, nl-tf "lw circulating library, imnorted ol I"-. louacco, stationery and confection ery at J. Lavin 4 Co.ii oppogit, Hamil- "u saioon. Main street. wmcH every day at Ike Phillips', from w P. m, 031 tl,fISB,CAi.iFOBNiA Ranch Btrrrra at i auiips-. oal B. A8HIM a BBO. Buca Kaooa Sena. t0; worth ISO, to i!7,hlV woaraifclo and table o no found at Asntm Bra's. , m S. ASHIM a BBO. .. Baowa urn Buck Bairn Buna, tar at J ,,.,!0, rr"he Sagr for B1.00 Aahlm Bro'a. nl Pjonzm New Dkiot, Main streot C. " leciernolil. , To usoaor, bar a7 Aahlm A.l.iLri"k"si ar Plocaa a B. --e. al NEVADA STATE ITK biLVia Lakb. This, says thVirginia Chronicle, is tbe name of the' new min ing district on the Haines range of moun tains, between the old Palmyra District and the west fork of Walker river, about forty miles from tbia city iu a southeast direction, and which is just sow attract ing considerable attention. The new district waa formally organized and christened at a miners' meeting held on the 15th day of last month. Tbe bound aries of tbe district, as defined by the meeting, are as follows: Beginning at the southeast boundary of Coleman Dis trict and ruuning thence southerly along the eastern base of tbe mountain known as the Haines range to and connecting with the northeast boundary of the Hall & Simpson District: thence in a wester- ly direction, orossing the mountsin three miles, more or less, south ol tbe bead of Red Canyon, and continuing westerlv down said mountain to a place known as uoya s Hancta; thence north along the western slops or base of said mountain to the intersection of Buckeye Canyon; tbenoe easterly, crossing the mountain at a point about one mile south of the Canadian Boys Ranch, and continuing east down said mountain to the place of beginning. James Uardwick was elect ed Reoorder for one year, and the price ot recording a notice of location was Hied at tt.bU per name. Notice of location holds good for ten days only without work, but tbe record ing or a claim and three days work makes the title good until after a failure to comply with tna law of Congress. Last Wednesday, says the Euterprise, James Trevillian sent a telegram to Palsy Hogan, containing the following challenge: "I, James Trevilliau, tbe light weight champion of this Coast, do here by challenge the so-called light weight champion, Patsy Hogan, to fight me for 1,000 to bis $500, at uny time or place he may wish to mention, for one week." Tbe Ban Francisco Chronicle of day be fore yesterday morning contains a letter trom nogau to Trevilliau, accepting the challenge, which read aa follows: "I hereby accept your challenge, aa pub lished in Wednesday's Cbroniole, to fight you for the light weight champion ship of the Pacifio Coast. I accept tbe terms proposed by yon, and will delay my departure to New York for the pur pose of making the match. I will meet you half way say at Colfax at anytime you may specny, witnin one week, there to deposit money sod siizn articles." Trevillian will leave for Colfax next Tuesday evening with the intention of having the tight take place at once. Al though the middle finger of the right band is disabled. Trevillian will take the chances and do tbe best he can. He thinks he will at least be able to make the affair interesting to Patsy, whether or not he may get away with him. Thkbi was sn exciting vagrancy case ou trial before Justice Young and a jury from 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon nntil 7 last evening, says the Virginia Chron icle, ot but unlay, the Court-room and the sidewalk in front being packed with men until alter the verdict was rendered. The charge was prefered by a policemau agaiuat a hod-carrier who has been out of work sines the completion of the Bank of California building. Defendant waa well dressed, bad a gold watch and chain, and certificates of deposit with Wells, Fargo Co. aggregating about C7C0. The verdiot waa unanimous and instantaneous, "Not guilty," and its an nouncement was applauded by tbe large audience. The trial will cost the county between (60 and 180; but, as a bard fisted miner remarked as he elbowed his way out through the crowd: "That's nothing ; stick a cent or two more on our taxes." Or the Sutro Tunnel the Virginia Chronicle aays: Work is being pushed ahead on the line of tba tunnel with un abated vigor. Drifting has been prose cuted in the main header for only five days during the week, and an advance ot twenty feet has been made, bringing the total length to date to 5,213 feet. The face is in good working ground, with no water coming in at present. At shaft No. 2 only five feet have been sunk since our laat report, making: the total depth 759 feet. The rock looks more favorable. No. 3 has been sunk eight feet; present depth, 436 feet. No. 4 has been sunk twelve feet; present depth, 572 feet. . sf AN FRAXCIHCO STOCK REPORT. ' i . 8u FauuKiaco, November 18, . MOBNIXO BALES. BOS Ophlr 7 71 70 S9 TO 6914 70 (US Ooald a Carry 11 11 '4 is "'JO Best B Belcher SH H 8'i ( SH) 8vn 57 H 6" H US 57b3 57 SW Chollsr-PotoHi S3 54 M H 65 SCbl 55 '4 S3 V ss 1115 Hale a Non-roar SS ST 38 40 40H 41 41 S3 i0 Crowa Point 100 1 97 06 5 H Sf.b5 2-25 Yellow Jacket 64 63 64 64 H S5 65X S360 Imperial 6 SH CbS H S 'i SktoO 6 4 ms Empire Mill tt( H 4! STibJ 415 Kentuck-13 13 12)b90 MfeUl 115 Alpha 42 41 40 39 967 Belcher 2 81 H 80 90 80b 79 SlklO 8UM0 79 240 OonAdenw 8S 55 Con. Virnlnia 4 47 4C4 70 Sierra Nevada 16 H 115 Exchequer 16 15 15SM0 65 Beg Bolcner S M 611 785 Overman-26 25 23H30 2550 24 24 25 l-JS Justice 7 1470 Succor- S &H 514 656 Julia 314 sj 120 Buckeye 1 K 1U5 Caledonia 16 1.1'. 16 15)4 1'! SOOIobe lit 600 Blltimnra Con SH 5)4 I '' . Its Knickerbocker 2 430 t'Ub 66S 25 Central 13 21H) Eclipse 5)4 5', 6', 3H 25 Silver HIU-914 600 American Flat 1 1WK) Tyler 70c 75c 1255 Union Coo 2 200 Sutro 2 100 Falrmount 3)4 250 Woodville 1 1 S AFTERNOON BALES. 136 Kivrtks Con 9I 2905 Belruont 26 2)4b30 13? H OS 1)30 IGkbtf 25S30 25H 25130 2514 26HU3 I BS0 Rye Pitch 7! 8M 7!t b3 8 1U0 Monitor I Belmont 17 1776 El Dorado 8outb-6k 5)4 6a90 4 2825 Hayes 2i i 21bJ2i 2 HMO 2H 2.G0bS0 OUU WSISOD DI4 O 800 Jo.epblne 3 3 55 Spring Valley Water Co. 8-2)4 100 Amador Con 38 H 38 20 Eureka OV 18)4 7S0 Independent 3 i 3S !.b30 410 St Patrick 4H 6 Sit SO Cederber 6 300 Cuarlot Mill 5)tb30 6i 55 Oolden Chariot 17 161, 200 Magenta 4)4 100 Mahogany 7 8ii0 South Chariot t 7 7 It 1.30 800 Mammoth 15c 380 Ophlr 74 75 74 TS 76)4 76 J7b30 2W ael A uelcner 9 490 Uould A Curry 12!4 13 13 U 13)4 240Eentnck 1211X 11U 750 Union Con. 2)4 9H 110 Crown Point 94 95a3 94b5 93 94 226 Hale a Noreroas 36 38 39HD30 3!v 38 360 Overman 26)4 25 FIOCBB S-roCBS. 233 Meadow Valley 14 14 14)4 14V 145 Raymond Ely 67 67 H 67s30 1180 Washington t Creole 7 H 6i 6!,b 100 Alps KOcbSO 80c 400 Page t Panics lbs 1 440 American Flag-S 64 H SOU 100 Huhn k Hunt 2 15 Bowery 60s , 1220 Silver Peak 1 MIS 60 Chapman 15c 100 Iugoinar 30c 35c 30c 50 Peavine -Sdc. 655 Chii-t of the Hill 1 H 1 V 855 Newark 4 t4 4 4S 4b39 44 200 Louise 26c 283 Kentucky 4 A FBOMINXST JoUBNiL ON THE Btokks Vbbdict. Tha New York Journal of Commerce, commenting on the verdict in tbe Stokes case, gives expression to sentiments which apply with no little force to Pioche. It says: We can only hope that this preposter ous verdict will hasten tbe reaction which some day must come, or the social fabrio will go to pieces. With a too prevalent maudlin sentiment aguinst capital pun ishment, a law ou the atatute books prac tically abolishing the gallows by render ing conviotion for murder in the first de gree well uiiih impossible with the aver age elected Jiulpes and timid and merce nary juries with these evils continuing, we expect no relief from tbe appalling frequency of murder. There must be a complete revolution worked out in pnblio opinion, and in tbe statute books and on the bench and in the jury-box, before the proper punishment of murder will be made swift and certain ! 76 7J 90ts and hofS. MURPHY, PREMIUM BOOT MAKER, MEADOW VALLEY ST., XowoOoia to make the beat French Calf sewed Boots, ainale soles 317.00 " double or Up soles H .Ou Mining Boots 10.00 Miner French Kip Boots 14.00 I WORK KONI BUT THE BEST FBENCB Leather. All nay work la DOKE BT HAND. Ma Markina Warki Baaitt Wark U Far parlor. I warrant mv werk to be better than an in Pioche. A good fit guaranteed. Bepalrlng dona in tha neatest manm-r and with punctuality. nll-tf GLORIOUS NEWS FOR PIOOHE1 RICH SURFACE DIGGINGS DlBcoTemtl on Main street, on the ait of the Mammoth Boot ami Shoe Store, FOBMERLY FLTNV8, NOW CONNOLLY STEPHEN M. WE KE8PECTFCLLT INVITE OCR MANY fiienda, and tha publlo in gtnend, to givauaa call and ar our lnuneune stock of Boots and shoea, which we have lied ucd 50 ptr eent, twlow former prices. We con stantly keep on hand a larR aMortnient or Men's Mining Boots, from $5 to $7; Gent's Dress Boots from $C to $V . Ladies' Shoes in great va riety, from 2.50 to flO; Misses', from $1.60 to to; Children's from $1 to $3; Babks' Bboet not given aw). Ladles and Oenta' slippers from $1 to $5, CUSTOM DEPARTMENT. Men's Mining Boots made to ordrr, French Kip. from t'J to $10; Oents' first-class Dress Boots, French Calf, made right from the very best brand of Frem-h Calf Skin, with rrd. white or blue tops, f 18; Ladies' Winter aud Kid lnjf Bonta made to order. In every style, f 15; Oenta' Winter and Kitting Boots, to order. Run sian Leather, $20 to $'20. We import no boot legs; we make them all ourselves in tny style required. After long experience In this business we are enabled to guarantee our customers that we ran produce an article tbat ran not be beat for style, durability and cheapness In the State. JAMES CONNOLLY A J. B. STEPHEN'S, Proprietors. Msln St., Pioche. opposite Rslpln't. nll-tf a. t. MASOX. A. O. WILCOK. MASON & WILCOX, CITY BOOT SHOP, MAM 8TBECT, PIOCHE. TTNTII.PrRTHKR NOTICE WE HAVE HE U DL'CED our Francb Screwed Boots to tha following prices: Our Bnt llialng Boots, French Screwed 10 Best Call, French screwed u The same as wa haTS been mating heretofore for tu and f 15. Ns Imitation Nails I'ead by us. Ws use the latest and most improved French Herew Machine Invented, wbirh makes the crew end turns it In tbe work at the aame time. Never rips aud never works through and hurts the feet. Can always be sua In operation at our shop at any time. We are making the very best Slewed Work that can be had in the city, both In quality, tyle and workmanship. lou can always get of us Just what you order and at the exact time promised. Hepairlug of all kinds done with neatness and dispatch. ociS.tf MASON k WILCOX, Gknebal Ktan. Of General Ryan, ths Cuban patriot, a Chicago dispatch of tha Hth say a: It is stated by one of the morning papers that tha mother and sister cf tienaral ltyan, killed by the Spaniards in Cuba, reaida in this city, and that ha baa a brotber living in will oountf. Illinois, From an interview with his brother who is here visitine his mother. it aDoeara that Oeneral Itvan waa born in Toronto, Canada, in 1843; entered the Volunteer Army of tba united States in 1862 at Buffalo, New York, as Lieutenant in tbe One Hundred and Thirtv-seoond New York Infantry, and after tbe wsi went to Helena, Montana, where he was In business for sums time. Emigrants Abjuvad-. Yestardav morn. ing tha last company of this season's Eu ropean emigrants for Utah arrived in this oity by tna regular train, and those who were not met by friends at the depot were provided with food and aooommmla. lions by presiding Bishop Hunter, in ths Tithing yard. Tbe company, which waa in oharge of Elder J. I. Hart, left Liver pool on tba Xid ot uctober, in the steam ship Idaho, and was twelve days and halt in crossing ths Atlantic. The ionr. ney overland by rail, like the voyage aoroaa tbe ocean, was pleasantly passed, and without serious accident. The com pany which left England numbered 631 souls, and in New York it was increased to 647. Elders John Neff and V. K. Barton, returning missionaries, traveled with tha emigrants and aaaisted Elder Hart. Salt Lake Herald, 15th. La Okaxoe and thi Mint. Governor Pollock, who recently arrived in this city, at the instance of the Government, to investigate the management of the san rraneisco Mint, under tbe adminis tration ol General O. H. La Grange, has made a cursory examination of the Mint property during tbe week. Yesterday be visited the old buildings, now occu pied, on Commercial street, and after wards examined tbe new Mint building at tha corner ot Mission and Fifth streets. This morning tba Govsrnor made the preliminary arrangements for a rigid examination into La Grange's official acts. After a spirited discussion as to the advisability of permitting rep resentatives of tha press to be present, it waa agreed to hold tbe inveatigation with closed doors. All persons preseut are bound not to divulge any of the pro- ceeaings until ina result omciauy an nounced from Washington. S. F. Bul letin, 14th. ASSESSMENTS, Following is list of sales of delin quent stocks now advertised iu our paper: akkbican fuo. Assessment No. 3 Levied Sept. 30 Amount per share $1 Delinquent in offloe Nov. 4 Day of sale ......Nov. 27 Secretary Ueo. xt. spinney Offloe No. 320 California street, Han Francisco. WASHmOTOX AMD CBBOUt. Assessment ,.. .....No. e Levied October It Amount per share 91.00 Delinquent in office ..Nov. IT Pay of sals Dec. 9 Rocratary F. D. Cleary Office tUtrcaanta' Exchange, Asa Frauciaoil srarao mocntaih ttkxil. Asseaament 5o. T Levied Oct. IS, 17S Amount 90 cents per shsre Delinquent in office Nov. IS, 1S7S Day of sale Dec. 1, 1879 Secretary J. H. Bfflngton Office. .. New Merchant' Exohsage, Baa Fraar cisco, California. riocax. Assessment No. 6 Levied October 90 Amount oer ihsre SI Delinquent in offloe Dec. 10 Day of sale Jan. S, 1874 Secretary Chas. E. Elliot Office. ..Room 98 Hay ward's Building, San Fran cisco. BOWXXT. AMMfrainent ..... No. 4 Levied....... Nov. ft Amount per share 50 eta Delinquent la office Deo. IS Day of salo.,v, Jan. neeratary.w A ...r.Cfcas. E. Elliot Office Boom 98, Hayward's Building, San rTanciaco. .i ivaojfAa, .. Aaeeiment , No. 6 Levied , Nov. Amount per share 9Scta Delinquent la office Dec. 16 Day of sale Jan. 8 Socrelery chas. S. Neal Office.... Boom is Hayward's Building, San Francisco. J as. S.Smith & Co. Stock Brokers, Main Street, Three doors below Wells, Fargo A Co. PIOCHE, NEVADA. BIT AXD SELL STOCKS STRICTLY OS C0S1M1SS1ON. Currency Bought and Sold. SAX FRANCISCO I1ROKERS I Messrs. WOODS & FKEEBOKX. JyM-tf Furniture and Undertaking ESTABLISHMENT, JrlAIX STREET, JsUpiociik. nfa YjSjjr SPRING A, PULU MATRESSES, Bltxnk.ets, Sheets, PARLOR AND BED-ROOM SETS, Flue Toilet Bets, Carpets and Oil Cloth, Window SViadoa, A Fine Assortment of Upholstery Goods, DRAPERY &o. FAPEB HANOINO DONE. f99.tf SWISS CONFECTIONERY, ' ' MAIN STRFET, OPPOSITE BROWN'S HALL. IjAAOB c oo. HATE OPFNED THE SWISS CONFEO. tlonerv and Restaurant, Lower Main street, opposite Brown's Hall. ltfl ana uanuiea vrwi iu uo u,u. Parties and Weddlngt lupplled promptly. Cakes ornsmented on reasonable terms. nt-tf 1050. 1073. Ill UK: MINI I ffll ! THE BEST CHAXTCE 7ETI JN CONHEO.CKNCE OP TBE GREAT DEPRESSION ANO STRINGENCY IX THE MONEY MARKET, AFFECT INU THE FINANCIAL FABRIC OF THE ENTIRE COrN TRY, WITH NO MORE flEXEROITS MOTIVE THAN TO MEET THE EXIGENCIES OF THE TIMES, S. ASHI1VZ BRO. Will lay before the Public the following Extraordinary Schedule SACRIFICIAL OVERCOATS, $6.00 OVERCOATS, $8.00 OVERCOATS, $10.00 FRENCH BEAVER Overcoats, with Cape, $25.00 CMncliiUa Suits, $22.50 Chinchilla Suits, $25.00 PRICES: OVERCOATS, $12.00 OVERCOATS, $15.00 OVERCOATS, $20.00 Beaver Suits Beaver Suits Cassimere Suits, $12.00 Cassimere Suits, 15.00 Cassimere Suits, 17.50 Cassimere Pants, 84. OO Cassimere Pants, 85.CO Cassimere Pants, 86. OO Cessimere Pants, 87. OO Cassimere Overshirta, $1.50 Cassimere Overshirta, $2.00 Cassimere Overshirta, $2.50 Arrival and Departures of Mailt to and from Fiocbe. Eaatara anrl Westarst Mall. Arrives about 4 p.m.i departs 8 a.m. This msll closes st 743 a m. -' Salt Lake and I' tab. Malt. Arrives about 1 P.m.; departs a.m., and oloses at 9 p. in. ' HUto MU-Weekl-. . Arrlvp Tiiendava. at 11 a. m .; departs Ta - .( s n m All mall matter for Hlko it not auiied before TueuLy. auould be given to some one inside, sua n 'l aroppea iu ine letter. box. Mail oloses al a iw p. m. Ballloavtlle anil Paua. arrivea rt.llr at 11 a. m i departs 4 n. an.: eloaea Sve miuutea before departure. Mail mat ter for these places should be handed inaide the same sa man. .... mr Poatofnce open daily (except Sunday! and legal holidaya), (rum a. m. until 1 p. m.i Sun days, from t to 10 a. m., and 6 to 1 p. m. Letters registered from a. m. ta 1 p. m. daily except aa above. - T. W. ABHAHAJI, Postmsster. y, THE TAX ....ex THS.'...' PROCEEDS OF THE MINES, ' ....FOB THK Quarter .Ending Sept. 30, 1873, IS NOW DM AND PAYABLE. THK LAW Iu regard to tbe oollw tioB of ths same will be strictly eniorcea. Bls-lui O. P. 8UEBW00D, Assessor. - - $20.00 Beaver Suits - - $22.50 - - $25.00 Beaver Suits $30.00 (ALL URASATIOKS OF COLOKS.) Cassimere Suits, $20.00 Cassimere Suits, 22.50 Cassimere Suits, 25.00 Cassimere Pants, S4.50 Cassimere Pants, 85.50 Cassimere Pants, 86.60 Cassimere Pants, 87.60 Cassimere Overshirta, $3.00 Cassimere Overshirts, $3.50 Cassimere Overshirts, $4.00 "PIONEER" FLANNEL UNDERWEAR $2.00 WHITE LINEN SHIRTS - . . $L75 4 PAIRS SHAKER WOOLEN SOCKS $1.00 FIRST QUALITY OVERALLS, 78 Cts. A NO. I JUMPERS, ... 78 Cts. (Brown, White or Blue) JU'XVTJJ ZiUAIDHBO PAins TT. A -TVT-s-rori-iaa (White, Brown, Vicuna Bed, Blue and Uray) XY.nxilu Croxta. SVA to 8XO per Pair. A FULL LINE OF A MOST COMPLETE DEPARTMENT OF Sailroads. o. OX AND AFTEB 81 fill AT, MAT 1SJ3, Trains will leave OODEM as follows: S i40 P. M. (Dally) PsasenKsr Train for Beuo (for ( arsoa and Virginia), fai lamealo, aUryaville, Bealding (lor Portland, ur.l btocAton. Merced (for rosenaUf I Tipton (for lot AiiKrleK) San Jose and Ian Fran Cisco. 5iOO P. M. (Dally) Throurt Emiarant Trala for Sacramento and baa Fraaclaco. T. H. GOOD MAX, Oeneral Passenger aad Ticket Agent. A. K. Tnwaa. Oeneral gupertntitnt. anyS-lf Union Pacifio Railroad. TIME TABLE. USTIL IX'UIHF.Il NOTICE, TRAI.NR WILL lve and arrive st Ogden dally, as follows. . Lsra Dally express. S-T0 a. sa.; aaiied ; p. m.i freight, loan a. ni. AasrvE. Daily express. S:lvp aa.) mixed, ja p. m.; freight, 6:10 a. m. Dally connections made at Ogden Willi the Utah Central Usilroad frona Halt Laae City aad all potnta In Southern I'tah. At Bryan, with ataitcs ior the Sweetwater mlnra. At Cheyenne, with Deuvi-r Pacihe Bailroad, for Ienver, Central City, Georgetown and sll points in Colorado and New Mexico. At Oiuaba, with ChlcaKO and NorthwMtern: Chicago, Bock I. Laud and Pst-ifie; BurlUigtoa and Miaaouri Rivor; Kansaa City, St. Jo. and Council Bluffs Railroads, and Miaaouri river line of steamers, for all points east aad south. Tli-krts for ssle to sll points east at office of Well. Faruo k Co., Eaat 'lYmple street, and at tlia office of the I'tah Central Railroad, in Halt Lake city; also at the I'nlon Pacific Railroad ticket office, in Ouden, at which office bertha ou aleepingara can be SLCured. Arraugrinenta have been made whereby pas sengers di-Bu-iug to visit Dt-nver.on their way Eaat, can avail tnciiiaelvea of an excursion rate from Cheyeune to Ueurcr, aud return, at greatly reduced rates. For particulars and all Information lu regard to pauiage, apply at the ticket oiiicea. Passengers should be cartful to secure their passage tlcketa to all eastern and aouthern pointa via Omaha, and thua avail themselves of s through sleeping-car, comfortable accommoda tion! and quick time. TH08. L. KIMBALL, Oeneral Ticket Agent. T. E. HICKLEa, au23-tf Chief Eugiueer and Superintendent. Utah Central Railroad. T1MK TAliLK. TRAINB LEAVK HALT LAKE CTTV DAILY at C:30 a. m and p. m. Arrive at Ol den at 7 10 a, m. and 5:46 p. m. Trains will leave Ogden dally at 6:10 a. m.and 8:30 p. ro. Arrive at Salt Lake City at llMU a. w. and H.M p. m. Mixed Trains Will ruu daily, Sundays excepted, lesviug Salt Lake City at a a. ta. aud C M p. m, and Ogileu at 6 a. m. and 60 a. m. auU-lf Utah Southern Railroad. TRAINS LEAVE THK UTAH CENTRAL Depot, Salt Lake City, at 7 a m. and iM o'clock p. m. Sandy (nearest point to Little Cottonwood Canyon), at 8:1(1 a. ni. aud 3-Atl p. m. Arrive at Lehi at 6 a. lu. aud 4 do p. m. Leave Lehl st 9U10 a. m. sud o p. xn.; Sandy, at 10:60a. m. aud:10 p. ni. Arrive at Salt Lake City at 11. 3o a. m. and p. ni. e'iu-SU Utah Northern Railroad. rpRAINS LEAVE COR1NNE AT 7:SD P.M.: J. leave Logan at 8:30 s. m., to connect with trains for Ogden and Salt Lak. au29-tf INCLVDINQ TYRELL'S HEAVY, MEDIUM AND LIUHT. AT $7.00 PER PAIR. GROCERIES: STAPLE & FANCY. 6 POUNDS CRUSHED SUGAR FOR $1.00, OrooAcerVi Grlajmm-vra.x-o, SUax-cl-viy-avx-e, Tin.- ware, Xiiquorsj, Tobftooosj, A ND EVERT ARTICI.E IN OCR IMMENSE STOCK WILL BE OFFERED AT LIKE j V r.normoua iteancuonal Rich or poor, fat or thin, Oo no further, but step right in; Dont listen to the words of others, You '11 find no men like Aabim Bros., Maim Htreet. Pioche. Absolutely the Best Protection Againtt Fixe. THE BABCOCK o fef E Fire Extinguisher, SELF ACTING FIRE ENGINE AND HOOK & LADDER TRICKS. T 1. meats of the principal cities of the Union. The Government has adopted them. The lead ing railways use them. SEND FOR "THEIR RECORD." RICHARD It. IRWIN A CO., Gcueral Asenta for the Pacific Cuast. W. B. Ml RDOCU, Local Agent,81 California St., San Francisco. For sate by MOTT, FISH d. CO., acJS-tf Agents, Pioche. k 0" ....Can be found at.... THKIli STAND ON MAIN STREET, Aud have In store s FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK Of tha following goods: Ready-made Clothing, DRY GOODS. ZJOOtB, 813.OO0, HATS AND OAPK. And a Full Lins of GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS ....wcLVDrjia,... Suits Made to Order, ....or au..... DESCRIPTIONS OF CLOTHS A5D 0ASSIMEE3, Which will be Bold VERY LOW FOR CASH, i Thejr hav also flee-nred Serri-j ANNOUNCEMENT ! Slear i.s field for the Great Css ! JACOBCOHlVr, Tht Champion Clothlnir and Dry Goods' Merchant of Nevada "Selling Out" toolld to Last Long;! I WILL SELL MY ENTIRE STOCK Cheaper P U C I D C D Cheaper Cheaper UllLrULIl Cheaper THAN THOSE WHO ADVERTINK Sell Out at Cost! CIVE ME A CALL, AXD TOTJ WIU. IND JACOB COHN, Tlie Old Standby, And Everybody's Friend I to aa IN SBXA.Z3 BLeVElNKaT I He Means What He Says, TOTJ J3322T ! t. oomr, Main Street, Oppoalta Meadow Valley Street, Pioche, Nevada. Jyio-tf K. B. Morr, Ja., Haorameato. O. H. Fiaa, I Joan O. Moit, Pioche. Kureka. AT TISI MCOasD OFPICSl raw rasi sat tba laat of Job Work a ta arosr. NOTICE. A'T AatBETIHO OF THI IAHABKA COAL t. Company, neia at Bn". va no Srst of October, 1S7S, the following officers were elected for ths ensuing year: Samuel Pollock, a u i Pollock. Treasurer! L. D. Strong, Oeneral Biieineie Ageal for ths eon- nll.iot Change of Proprietorship in Bui lionville. S. ABRAH AMSON, H7IB3 LICSTIKSTSm. T t AVISO BOUGHT OCT TIIK Bl'SIXESM OF J XX " Brra' a BulUtmvule, 1 will couth. ue lu the Miue bUHtiwM vita ft Sew Aborted Stook of Goods All debt! rliie the above firm are to lie collect ed by me. 8. AMU II AMSON. BqIHodtIIIs, October 33, 1873. nfi-lm MOTT, FISH & CO., Meadow Valley st. PIOCHE - - - - NEVADA, IMFORTX.RS And Oealen to HARDWARE. MILL MP M1MG GOODS. Dnpont's Blastin. Powder, Giant Powder anil Caps, Caudles anil Fuse, Blacksmith's Hardware, Iron and Stoel, STOV33S, Notice! Notice! OFFICR FLOBAL SPItlNGI WaTIT CO.,1 Juljrao.1873. rpUK rOLLOWING ltEGULATIONS HAVE I been duly adopted by resolution ot tbe Board ot Trustee, of the FLORAL. SPRINGS WATER CO. Tbey ere to be strictly observed by couanioers of floral Bprtnga water: 1. In all caees of non-payment of the wattr rent within three dayit after presentation of bill, tue supply will be cut off, aud the water shall not again be let on. either for the ureeeut or anv anbeequent occupant, except upon the payment of the amount due, together with the aunt of two dollars; provided that In caeee of specific supplies, or fur fractional part of the month, where the water baa been let on, it xuay be cut efl immediately after notice given at the place that the rent is not paid, and may be let ou aain upon the coodltion before mentioned. "2. Ho pel-sou or family supplied with .Floral Springs water will be permitted to use the water for any other purpose han that stated In this agreement, nor to supply water in any way to other persons or families. 3. Consumers shall prevent all unnecessary waste of water, and shall make no concealment of the purposea for which it is used. 4. Noalterationsshallbemadeiuar-witerpipa or fliture without first giving notice or the in tended alteration at the oflioe of the Comtauj. 6. In all uaaea where water is to be supplied to several parties or tenants from one connec tion or tap, the Conijeuy contracts only with one of said several parties, and on his defsult to abide these regulations, and pay the rates, will cut off the oonuectlon. 6. Whenever an y of these res-ulationii shall be violated tbe supply of water will be discontin. ued.andnot resumed until all charges and pen sen are Batisned. i. au persona using water snail seep tnetr service pipes in good repair, at their own ex. peuse, aud they will be held liable for all dam ages which may result from their failure to do so. 8. ftprinkllnff with hote and a.and nir lrrlirators will not be allowed der any circnmitancesi 9. The Inspector, or other Drowrlv author- ized omcer of the Company, shall be admitted at all reasonable hours to all parts of any prem ises supplied with water, to see that these regu lations are observed. The attention of customers harlnir pipe con. nections is hereby called to the above Rules and Regulations, adopted by the Board of Trustees, and which are hereafter embodied in all con tracts for water, and required to be aigned before the supply will be furnished. The above regulations will be strictly enforced, aud parties neglecting or refusing to comply w them will nave their supply ox water aiscontinuea at onoe. The Company reserves the right of plso lug meters on all places supplied through the pipes, in which case two and one-half cents per gallon will be charged for the water used, and one-half the cost of the meter and placing upou the premises. Parties having hose, in case of firs, will be allowed to use water to extinguish the same free of charge. Water will be supplied By carts, within the main limits or tnswOwn,at....o iia, per irauon And at the Goose Necks of the Company, on .Ualn street, at H Cts. pr. g-allsm The necessity of as economical uss of water is imperatively called for in order that A FULt SUPPLY may be kept at the Company's tank in case f FIRE. W. Al. LUBBOCK. Jy3ttf -Aa-xad Tinware. fee-tf CHAS. STEIN 6c CO., MAIN STREET, PIOCHE, NEVADA, NOTICE. . ASD AFTER XOVEMHER Ijt, THK Rstes of CRKIQHT FOR PIOCHE. From Baa Francisco sad Sacramento, will be tha aam. Is Pallaau!. that ttaej an to Taasio, toy tba C. F. aUUrosd. W. L. PBtTCHABD, oW-tf para COMMISSION HOUSE, Wholesale and Retail Dealers IS FINE WIKES, LIQUORS & CIGARS. COUNTRY ORDERS pmsspUj attsarisd ta. oa-tf PIPIFAX fpHB K0SICRU0IAS WERE A SECT OF X Philosophers who flourished in tiermany during the seventeenth century, and prosecuted proiouna reeeercnes into jistunu science ana Occult Philosophy, and sought to discover tha ELIXIR OF LIFE. AHhouffh some antersiltion mav have been developed among them and other Alchemists iu search for the Elixir Ttt, yet thera Is set en tin tram s, me ooiiom oi au aicnemy ana Asiroio gy. Ther were impressed with the properties of HERBAL PREPARATIONS, And found dynamic and psychologic fore in the extract of certain plants. Is due to the researches ot a learned scholar of Europe among the archives ot the Kosicruclans. It is made ot TWENTY DIFFERENT HERBS, Gathered at such seasons of the year when their juices are strongest and virtues unimpaired, forming a combination unrivalled to the mate ria mod ice. PIPIFAX Issn oemy to all corruption It tsaists and fortni.. Nature. Its maimer of opersUoa is to Drl-ro to ! BitrosM Parts And through ths porrs of ths skin suit all emunrtorlM of th. booT. th bad huaiora wlHcU nolsat It, Klvtnf relief even in dlanses th. moat refractory and difficult to oars, such as Heuralgia, Dyapepsla, Oonttlpatlon, Blrk Head ache, Nervous Weakness and Billiooaneat. It Is pleasant to th. taate, nlld In It. action, marvel, oua la Its efforts snd unsurpassed aa . tonic, t'evd as a beveraso In malarloua dlstrlcta It neu tralises BDissms and prevent, fever and agae. Sold by sll Draajtlsts, Oroosrs and Liquor deslei,. Depot to Front stress, Baa Francisco. FOR SALL B0C8K AXD FURNITURE. ON ktcCANXON atawsti also, aa Matawaf lea's cel.. as Fkaaw. APl to tM-tf D. L. DBAL.