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DAILY RECORD
TKOtELLIsEICE.'
PI.EASAST RKCBKATION. ,
Yesterday morning we were aecodt'til
lj a friend with "come, let us take
.troll," d ete Wl,re uw,,r" of w
found curself at the head of Meadow
Valley street, viewing and criticising the
wondrous cltange made in that locality
in the interests of the Nevada Central
Kiiltoud, by the direction and fckill of
Jojftph W. Nesbitt, the Superintendent
0( the rod. We have come to tba con
clusion that order can always be brought
out of chaoi when a wan like Joe. ia, at
the head of affairs.
OCB BIDS' TO BCXLIONVILLK.
Oo Mating our eye about us wo dis
covered a goodly coinpnny, and we were
wondering what brought s many togeth
er whan the lowmotive came puffing up
and hi'.ted a while at the Summit, aud a
few of the gentlemen jumped on board.
Wo noticed the Snparintendent of that
sterling old mine, the Pioehe, Mr. Nel
ioa, handing his lady within the car.
Seeing this, we thought something uni
versal was going on, and a bright idea
flashed into our minds that he must have
been invited to join that soltct party, so
into the cab we jumped and away we
went! A delightful ride ot an hour
brought us to the Canyon. A better pen
thauours has described this wond
rous natural curiosity; therefore we will
not attempt it. In passing through the
mountain gap one is forcibly reminded
of creatiou in its crude state, and the
high cliffs on either side must strike the
beholder with awe and veneration. The
immense water privilege enjoyed by
liullionville passes through this canyon.
Kuiergiug from the canyon we passed
tha Condor, Amador, Chicago, Magnet
aud other mills, and arrived at the com
pany's shops, the terminus of the road,
wilhont the slightest mishap. Tho gen
tlemen jumped from the cars and we
soon discovered the fact that they were
not all citizens of the same county, for
uue exclaimed "let us wet our whistle!"
Another said "come on, wo will smile to
gether!" A third said, "if irrigation is
word, I am with you!" And another
exclaimed, "if you are after tanglefoot,
be careful how yon imbibe." Feeling as
though we had been led on hay, we fol
lowed, and have a pleasing recollec
tion of a long looking-glass before us,
aud seeing a row of bombres smiling,
winking, blinking aud tipping glasses
together, right there and then we became
a convert to spiritualism; and when the
second act was through we ft It us happy
as Monte Cbristo in his palmy days, and
in love with all the company. The com
pany's shop at this point of the road de
serves honorable mention. It has quite
an assortment of tools, from the best
factories of the best makers East and
West; the floor of the foundry was filled
with moulds for the various parts of the
machinery used by the mills and mines,
and had it been in our power to remain
an hour or so longer, we would have
seen the novel process of converting
moulten iron into the various shapes
used in machinery. Outside of the
foundry ws noticed a . very heavy
spur wheel whioh would pass
muster as No. 1 in ' any
Eastern Foundry. We regret very much
that we have forgotten the name of the
master mecbamo or tne eompsny s works,
but we emphatically say that the com-
pauy is extremely fortunate in possessing
so thorough a mechanic We noticed
the large locomotive, Henry C. Cbapin.
Workmen were placing new tubes in her
boiler, and she will be ready for service
i n a I ew days. We next started on our
return trip, and up bill we clattered at a
fast pace until we passed throngh what is
called Spanish Qeorge's lianch, we then
stopped, and Messrs. W, W. Bishop, D.
Corson, Major Maynard and II. 8. Lub
bock walked and viejjed the ground for
about a mile. On inquiry we found
these gentlemen were viewing the land
for tha purpose of ascertaining the dam
age, if any, caused by the laying of 'the
track through the ranch, claimed by
Thomas Oelinar. Wo started then on the
home stretch, aud arrived safe and
sound.
It is due to Mr. Nesbitt, the Superin
tendent, and Messrs. Ford and Taylor,
engineer and conduotor, to say that their
energy and skill have contributed greatly
to the success of the Nevada Central.
TmNKsomxa Day. In accordance
with the proclamation of President
Grant, concurred in by Governor Brad
ley, to-day is recommended as a day of
thanksgiving and prayer. The custom
ol meeting for this purpose is time-honored,
datiug back from the early settle
ments iu New tnolnml find nv tho finn.
pie of that portion of the couutry it is
observed more especially than by others.
Hehgious services will be held at the
Episcopal Church at 11 o'clock a. m. No
paper will be issued from this office tomorrow.
Vandalism. Early yesterday morning
some one who may have been suffering
me pangs of hunger, or may have been
tictnated by pure cussedness, broke a
large pane of glass in the show-window
ot the Lafayette Hestaurant. The nro-
pnetors say they would rather give a man
one square meal than to have him put
."iu iu uu expense oi $iu lor repairs.
Oca streets are crowded with teams.
e yesterday saw a very sociable oi
team, containing 28 animals. This huge
team wos the locomotive power for three
wagons laden with varions kinds of mer-
enanaise for Wheeler, Jacobs Snltan,
felsenthal, Cronan, Guillen, Lynch,
Michaels, Levin, O. R, Alexander and
msnop Lee.
Sbebwood and Bbo. Yesterday we
visited the lumber yard of Sherwood and
ro and saw the old engine the first
steam power ever brought to this district
used for sawing lumber seven years
ago. Mr. H 1,. i i,i ; V. .
'he purpose of filling any order, having
large quantity of lumber of all dimen-
BtJsiNBss.-i-Sii teams arrived yesterday
"om Toano, in 15 days, with 00,000
pounds of general merchandise for dif
ferent merchants in town. The teams
belonged to Hall & Fryer. It looks as if
a were not destined to perish this Win
ter. Pioehe merchants will look ont for
Bam, To-NtOBT. --Desiring to mauifost
ome appreciation of Tliankaoivinff Duv.
'us Odd Fellows of Fioche will give a
Brand hull .t uM-R. u.u ui !-
ball is in the bands of very efficient
DAnll. - -
B--i.uiou m managers, and we doubt
" win oe a brilliant affair.
Bomow Bhippbd. Pritchord shipped
yesterday for the Amador Tunnel and
-iuing company seven bars of bullion
"mea at ?4, 192.30. -
i-otjb. We have no notion of famish
m. Yesterday John Boeder received
'iw Meal oi ehoioe California flour.
uAVATIrn Th.M ..111
il,8;?'1 'Thanksgiving dinner at tho
iu-uaj.
No Scbooi There will be no school
to-day tha principal desiring that the
pupils may participate in Thanksgiving
festivities.
Ths receipts at tha Gorman benefit
were ample, but we have no means of
knowing what they were.
Thi Oekebal Health. Pioehe is now
enjoying excellent health. Physicians
are not in great request at present.
"No PAssnoMa," says a special dis
patch from Hamilton yesterday, will ar
rive here to-day.
Thi beautiful weather of which we
have had occasion to speak so often
this season, still continues.
ARRIVALS 1ID DEPABTOBES.
AKBIVALf.
at eruica uusbcbi's sal uii use:
Bam Turner Mr Woodward
DEFAUTCKES.
ST TBAVU A CO.S BlMILTOg UII:
Biley 1 trans
TLHam
BY OIUir.tt A aaUaBeax'S SALT LAKE UKI.
John Vcrr-an
BAX FRANCISCO HT1H K RRPOKT.
Sab a'aaacisoo, November 20.
Bhabsi.J HORNINQ BALES.
51 Ophlr SO SI S3 S2M0 S0b5 80
6:1 Gould A- Carry 1 A 14 bdU
lltMBsst A Belcher 11 llfclDfbJtt
Mb Havtge .17 So H 57 it 1)30 SO !
MS Chollar-Potosi as!, SU 5?fcU Hit 67
358 Hale A Korrrose SUM 3KU 39 hhai)
ii) Crown Point VS mbJU Wbao Vatii 07 '
3M Yellow Jk ki t J 01 H 61 01
VMI Imperial S ', 5 '.ban 5',M0 5 H
l10 Empire Mill 4H 4.
SAO keiituck 1 j
HI Alpha SH 38
T.I5 Belcher B0 SubS KH 89 91K10 89 X
ll ii Coo. Virsinla 5 H 68 5ubJ0 as X ssslo 68 i,b3
69 60UM) tiublO 09 6tt)tb30 As 87 M 67 ) UH
40 Conadenee 8 7 74
IK Sierra Nevada il'i 10
loODanejr 1
H6 Elch.qnor-20 19 1 8 WX 17 17 1
1:10 8cg Bolchur 75 76 78 76 H 77 78 79 79 H 80bM)
l:tH0 Overman-36 MX 371SH 37b JO 37
8j5 Juatice 1 J 7f 8 7T4
335 gitecor i
liK) Buckeye l!i 1)10
4U0 Julia 4 4'. 41b30
670 Caledonia 19X 19 KH lebao 19V 19Vb3
150 Globe IX
SMS Knickerbocker 8 80511
6S Bullion ao
B16 Biltlmore Con-6 6'J C'iblQ tti t'ia V
KI I Uh KX
85 Silver H111-9H 10M
86 Eclipse 6X 6
400 N Cn 3)4 3, 3 I'l 4 3'i
leu Pardanellet 1
MK) Hock Ielauii 87 Xr 90s
611 American Flat 4 ) 51)10 4
809 Tyler 75c 70c
sou Union Con 4X 4i 4X
450Butro 3! ax
aooo Pairmounl 3 X
axiWoodville IX
45 Alamo 2
100 Nevada IX
AFTERNOON BALE8.
60 Eureka Con 94
300 Phenla Oo
3090 Ui'lmont-33 24 34X 54 H V-f U S 5Xb30
Un Monitor (Belmont) I
250 Bye Patch 7 X 7 X
sa El Dorado Smith 6X s',b:i0 SX
550 Hnyes 1 X 1 X bo 1 Ii 1)30
1UO0 Watson 3X 3 3X 3X 3X
SOJoeephlne l'f
2150 North Belmont 9 1, JM
70 Eureka O V 18
370 ttt Patrick X 8ib30
210 Independent 3
240 Cedcrbers fl
800 Chariot Mill 5 X '
675 Golden Chariot 20X MX 2tb30 20 20X
950 South Chariot 9 9 X b30
4W Mahogany 6XS-10 7 7Xh.K
OHO Belcher 89 88 X 89bS90b30 8S8SX .
156 Caledonia 19 18 X
120 Ophir 81b5 81
370 Sierra Nevada 20
925 Con. Virginia 68 69 A0l30 58 X M -95
Crown Point 90X 90 96Xb5
pioobk srocsa.
6 J0 Meadow Vallev 14 14 X
480 ltaymond k Ely 69 59 X 00 0OU30 01
110 Pioehe 6
150 Washinston k Creole 5 X '
50 Alps 80e
1245 Page ft Pansca 1 X 1 X 30 1 ;
avo American Mag e exnao
200 Hnhn A Hunt 1 lfa 2130
40 Bowery 46o
3(10 Chapman 40cb30
280 Hllver Peak 1 X
2050 Peavine -600 30c
60 Inaoiuar 37 Xo
390 Newark 3X
to enter or the urn ix
60 Louise 35c
350 Kentucky 3
656 livrines 3
The Board does not meet to-day Thanksgiv
ing Day.)
PIOCBB MARKET REPORT.
C'aah Price.
ICoaii tied by 8. luia k Bao.J
Wholesale. UcUO.
Crashed Bni-ar K. fur f I 00
Uoliira Mat Murar s rba. luc tl uo
Pulverized Biuiar f 26 case 2S
California bivakfast baron... M 22X
llama. California 20 22X
lianded.. 23 25
Chicago Cuirard Baco!!!.! 2u 22X
Beans, all kinds... 10 12 X
Apples,drled IS.. IS
Peachea, dried IS IS
Coffee, Costa Bics 2S SO
Coffee, Java Xi'i SS
Tea,M. M.ACu 70 76
Tea. Basket 70 It
Tea, Japan CO 61 X
Lard, California IS 30
Lard, Cbiraxo IS 20
Cheese, Uilroy a-JX 36
Hyrup, Uoklen 4 Ml kef
Candlea 4 00 bos 36
Boap.O.O a 60 box 12X
Soap, Castile...". 25 10
Matches J 50 groat pkg'iA
Teact Powden, P and M. .3 50 AOS eaa 36
ftoyalUekine Powders.,.' 1 60dos a 36
Crackers, all kinds 1SX 18
Pickles. Cutting's 4 50 keg
Mackerel, No. 1 4 SO kit 25
owu,n,HHmi,, 19 VI
Herrings, Dutch 4 60 keg 26
Hice g 60 mat 18
durante 23 X 21
Corn March 'jo aj
Citron 1i
Canned Tomatoes, do. Btring Beans, do. Green
Peas. do. Corn. do. Oysters, do. Pie Kruiu. do.
Condensed Milk, do. 8aunon, U 76 per dor. or
a cans lor si 23.
printing.
JOB PRINTING.
ASSESSMENTS.
Following is list of sales of delin
quent stocks now advertised iu ourpaper:
AMKBICA IT.AG).
Assessment No. 3
Levied KeDt. 30
Amount per share $1
Delinquent in office Nov. 4
Day of aale Nov. 27
Secretary Geo. K. Spinney
Office No. 320 California street. Han
Francisco.
WASBntOTOll AMD CBKOLK-
Aanessment Ko. s
Levied October 15
Amount per share $1.00
Delinquent in offlca Nov. 17
Day of aale Dee, 9
Secretary r. D. Clrary
Oflicc Mt-rchante' Exchange, Baa Francisco
a svwaa wnnvrn www . f . ,
AKAesRiuent )..V.No. 7
Levied Oct. 18.1873
Amount 30 cents per share
Delinquent In omco Nov. 13, 1873
usy oi aaie Dec. 1. 1873
Secretary 1. M. BMngloa
Office. . .37 New Merchants' Exchange, Ban Fran-
i-iecu, uaiiiuraia.
FIOCHE-.
Assessment No. 6
Levied October 30
Amount per share M...... $1
Delinquent in atfke Dec. 10
Day of sale Jan. s. 1874
Secretary eh as. E. Elliot
Office. ..Boom 28 Haywsrd's Building, Ban Fran
cisco.
Bowanv.
Assessment No. 4
Levied Nov. 5
Amount per share 50 eta
Delinquent in offlca Dee. lc
Day of aale Jan. 9
Secretary... Chat, E.Elliot
Offli-e... ....Boomao, Haywanl's Building, Ban
Francisco. .;
rsooyAB.
Assessment , No. S
Levied Nov. 6
Amount per shsre 25 eta
Delinquent In office Dec. 16
Dsyof sale Jan. B
Secretary Chss. 8. Nesl
Office Boom 23 Hsyward's Building, Ban
ranciaco.
Fob Sale. One fine new Arion seven
octave Piano, over strung, and full iron
frame, elegant case, four round-corner
and carved legs. Inquire of Ike Phil
lips. n25-tf
Go To H. KrauBe's Photograph Gallery
on Lacour street, over the New York
Bakery,, for your A No. 1 pictures.
Prices reduced to one-half. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Cartes de Visite $4.00 per
dozen. Ferrotypes for 50o apiece, nl-tf
A nkw circulating library, imported oi-
gurs, tobacco, stationery and confection
ery at J. Levin & Co. 'a, opposite Hamil
ton s saioon, main street.
Mabk Twaih's Niw Book is for sale at
Wilson & Solomon's. n20-tf.
Go to Bishop A Lkk's for Tour Druss
ana Medicines.
B. ASHIM A BHO.
Black Fbook Burrs, HO; worth 160, ,
Everwthlnsr wearable and
to be fouMd at Aahlna Bra's.
eatable
&a
Sla noaads Crashed Sasrar for 91. OO
mi a,, ainun raro a. m
Pionikb Niw Depot, Main street 0,
Wiederhold.
B. ASHIM a BBO.I
Blux. Bbowb abd Black Bkavkk Born, 1257
worth $35.
Pickled pobk at 15 cents a oound at
ise rnuiips . " ni-u
Lurch every day at Ike Phillips', from
ii I. m. to t p. m. otii
To
Bro's.
make . moaeyt bay of
Ashlm
02
A Nsrw Yoes: dispatch, of the 22d, says
The Special Committee of Chief End-
neers of several of ths leading oities
closed tneir sossion Here to-day. They
adopted a series of resolutions, urging
the enacting of municipal ordinances
tor the preventing and extinguishing of
fires. In one resolution they refused to
recommend any flte-sitinouisher now
in use as thoroughly efficient. Tbey
also recommended tbat awards be offered
for the invention of the best nre-escarjes,
It was further urged that ths experience
of Boston and Chicago showed the neces
sity of having as little inflammable ma
terial as possible nsed in ths construc
tion of buildings, and that oareful and
frequent inspections should be made of
all buildings in which combustible ma
terials nre stored.
Pioehe Daily Record
NEWSPAPER
AND
JOB PRINTING
OFFICE.
WE8T X 3NT
goats anil 3bofj.
MEADOW VALLEY ST..
k. Now offers to make the bent
MURPHY,
T MAKER,
I" ranch Calf tewed Boot, lingle ok..$17.00
" " doubla or Up soles 18.00
Mining Boots , 10.00
Mi tier French Kip Boots 14.00
WORK NONE BUT THE BEST FRENCH
. Letuuer. All my work is
DONE BY HAND.
o Irtarhlne Workt Hand Work Is
Far Haperlor.
I warrant hit wsrk to be better tban anv In
A ftood nt Riiaranteed.
Repairlnir done In the neatest manner and
wuu punctual it y. - nll-tf
A. J. MASON.
A. O. WtLCOK,
MASON & WILCOX.
CITY BOOT SHOP,
MAIN STREET, PlOCHE.
UNTIL I PRTHKR NOTICE WE HAVE RE.
DUOIO our French Screwed Boots
u we loiiow.ng prices:
Onr Bi-st MiniM Boots, French Screwed.
Bust Calf. French Screwed
.$10
. 13
The same as we OAve been making heretofore
iur in auu
No ImlUalloa Ua Vmd by at a.
We use the latest and n.ost Improved srelteh
Sicrew Machine invtnted, which makes tha
screw and turns it in the work at the same time.
Never rips and never work, through and hurts
the feet. (!sn always be sen in operation at
our shop at any time.
We are making the very beat Sewed Work
that can be had in tha city, boti: in quality,
style and workmanship.
You csn always set of as Just wha' yon order
ana ai me exact time promised.
Repairing of all kinds done with neatness and
aispaicn.
ocii-tf MASON k WILCOX,
J as. S.Smith & Co.
Stock Brokers,
j i ., Main Street,
Three doors below Wells, Fargo A Co.
PIOCHE, NEVADA.
niT AXD SILL SIVCk'S
s mien, v oif commission.
Currency Bought and Sold.
SAN FRANCISCO BROKERS:
Mtssrs. WOODS & FKF.EBOKM.
. i J- a
THE DAILY ALTA CALIFORNIA,
T
OLDEST AND BEST NEWSPAPER
Published at n
Francisco, California.
BubscripUona raoalvad by
O. WIEDERHOLD,
' BicBann M acxay, who has just been
sent to ths Penitentiary for eighteen
months for manslaughter,. owns some of
ths best mining claims about Nevada, in
Oilpin county, and Is reported to be
worth from $73,000 to $100,000. His
esse was carried through all the Courts,
lasting coarly three) years, and conduct
ed by the best counsel iu the Territory.
Ho has spent $30,000 in the effort to get
dear. Mackay gained tha high opinion
of officers aud all with whom he had to
do, and dnriug his confinement in jail
here be was allowed regalariy to go alone
to his meals at Charpiot's and elsewhere,
and the night before he was taken to
Canyon City, unaccompanied, went over
id bad an hour's chat with Judge
isrotnweii. lie was always prompt to
his word, and it is believed by officers
here that he conld have been trusted to
Eo alone to the Fenitentiay and deliver
imself np, Denver Tiatee. , -.'.
ORE TEAMS!
ORE TEAMS
no LET A CONTRACT FOR HAULING FROM
thirty to forty tons of ore per day from the
Mountain oueen nine, Fruss Mining
Beaver County, TJtah. to the Wah Wsh Springs.
Distance from the mine about seven mites.
Address H. A. HOLOUMB,
Manager Mountain Queen Mining Company,
Hau Francisco station, ucaver uounty, l lan
. u'-U-lw
a:
GOOD NEWS
TO TUB
PEOPLE OF PIOCHE
QUILLEN ft DONAHOE,
aKADOW YA1XET STREET, ' -t.
,a , 8411 ..',,
Cheapest and Best Bread
XT TOWK,
8 LOUIS, f POUNDb tACD, FOR 1.00.
J. shim & ro's Qtatttismnt.
LACOUR STREET,
FIOOUB, Nov,
ORDERS RECEIVED
AT THE
Publication Office,
MAIN STREET.
OPPOajlTE MEADOW VAIXEV NT.
Every Description
-OP
JOB WORK.
SVCH AS
POSTERS,
and'BlllSi
PLACARDS,
BILL-HEADS,
CIRCULARS,
PROGRAMMES,
.XiXjaTZOKSTB,
ORE RECEIPTS,
BITiTiIH OX FAZUi,
lOGO.
1073.
lOll PiN II TO!
THE BEST CHsAXTCE 7ET!
JN CO.SKil'K.CK OV TBS GREAT DKPHKSSIOIV
AND BTRINOBMCY IN THK MONET MABKKT, AFFECT
1NO THK FINANCIAIi FABRIC OF THE ENTIRE COCK
TRY, WITH NO MORS GKNEROCH MOTIVE THAN TO
MEET THK EXIGENCIES OF THK TIMES,
S. ASHIM BRO.
Will lay before the Public the following EihorJinary Schedule
or
SACRIFICIAL PRICES:
OVERCOATS, $6.00 OVERCOATS, $12.00
OVERCOATS, $8.00 OVERCOATS, $15.00
OVERCOATS, $10.00 OVERCOATS, $20.00
FRENCH BEAVER Overcoats, with Cape, $25.00
Chinchilla Suits, $22.50 Chinchilla Suits, $25.00
Beaver Suits - - - $20.00 , Beaver Suits - - - $22.50
Beaver Suits $25.00 Beaver Suits $30.00
(MX OKADATIO.NS OF COLONS.)
Cassimere Suits, $20.00
Cassimere Suits, 22.50
Cassimere Suits, 25.00
Cassimere Pants, 84. 50
Cassimere Pants, 86.60
Cassimere Pants, S6.50
Cassimere Pants, 87.60
Cassimere Suits, $12.00
Cassimere Suits, 15.00
Cassimere Suits, 17.50
Cassimere Pants, 84. OO
Cassimere Pants,. 85.00
Cassimere Pants, S6.00
Cassimere Pants, S7.00
Cassimere Overahirts, $1.50
Cassimere Overshirts, $2.00
Cassimere Overshirts, $2.50
O"
X AXD AFTER MONDAY, REPTKMRM
U. 1ST B. Trains Bill leave GoliUI
dallra a follows:
8 iSO P. HI. PsaawBger Train for Bacramrata
ana Ban rranciaco.
SlSS P. M. Fniiihl Train for Bacraaunte
and San Francisco.
T. H. GOODMAN,
aenetal Pissmger and Ticks Agent.
A. V. Towbb. Omaril Buparintsni. il-f
Union Paeifio Railroad
TIME TABLE.
UNTIL FTbTHXB NOTICK, TRAINS W1I,
fcava and arrive at Ogdcn dailr, as followt
Lbavs. Dally express, S 30 a. St.; sslxre
6 JO p. m.; Irelabt, 10JKI a. m.
Aaain Datlr nprras, S:10 p m.; sailed,
p. B.; frelgbt,:10a.m.
Daily conaneUama made at Ovdrn with e
Ftah Central Railruad fmm Halt Lake City
all points in Houttiora trtab.
- At Brjsn, with sUkm fnrtb. Snx-twak-t tuBif-a.
At Cfaeyenn, wits Deliver Pai-iftc Kallnd,
fi Denver, Central City, Georgetown and all
points in Colorado and New Mexico.
At Omaha, with Chicago and Northwestern;
Chicafro, Hock Island and tactile ; Burlington
and Missouri River; Kansas City. St. Joa and
Council Blufis Bailroads. snd Missouri rlvar Uue
of steamers, for all points east and south.
Tirkets for sal to all puinls cast at oAea of
Wells, FBI-go A Co., East Tt-niple street, and at
tha office of the I Un Central Railroad. In Salt
Lake City; also at the I'nlon Pacino Kailrtd
ticketoflice, in Ogden. at which oflice berths on
aleeplngara can be secured.
Arrsugements have been made whereby pas
aengers desiring to visit Denver, OB their way
East, can avail themselves of an excursion rata
from Cheyenne to Denver, and return, at greatly
reduced rates.
For particulars snd all Informstlon in regard
to passage, apply at the ticket otlicea.
Passengers should be careful to secure their
passage ticketa to all eastern and southern
points via Omaha, and thus avsil themselves ot
a through sleeping-car, comfortable accommoda
tions and quicji time.
THOS. L. KIMBALL,
Ocneral Ticket Agent.
T. E. SICKLES,
au&J-tf Chief Engineer aud Superintendent.
Cassimere Overshirts, $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, 76 Cts.
A NO. I JUNIPERS. - - - - 70 Cts.
(Brown, White or Blue)
PIVH BTJIVSXUrX) F.A.XX1.S BXsAOTE.rX',
( hlte. Brown, Vicuna Bed, Bluo and Gray)
XlAzisltxtj; from SV4 to aXO r3i- Pair.
' A FULL LINE OF
Utah Central Railroad.
X1MK TAHLK.
ri'RAlNR LEAVE SALT LAKE CITT DAILY
J. at 5:30 a. m. and 3:45 p. m. Arrive at Ug
den at TM a, m. and 0:45 p. m.
Trains will leave Ogden dsily at 8:40 a. m. and
)p. m. Arrive st Salt Lsie Clly at 10:4(1 a iu.
Slid 8:30 p. m.
Mixed Trains
Will run dsily, Sundays excepted, leaving Salt
Lake City at s a. in. and 6:30 p. m., and Ogriea
at 5 a. m. and 60 a. m. au2S-tf
Utah Southern Railroad.
rilRAINS I.EAVR THK I'TAH CENTRAL
1 Depot. Salt Lake City, at 1 a. m. and 2:JU
o'clock p. in.
Sandy (nearest point to Little Cottonwood -Canyon),
at 8:10 a. m.and 3:S)0 p. m.
Arrive at Lehl at 9 a. m. and 4:30 p. m.
Leave Lehl at 9:30 a. m. aud 6 p. m.; Sandy,
at 10:511 a m. and t:10 p. m.
Anlve at salt Lake City at 11 A) in. and
p. m. ai!u-3tf
Utah Northern Railroad.
1RAIN8 LEAVE COK1NNE AT 7 JO P. M.:
leave Logan at 8-.:lo a. m., to connect with
trains for Ogden and Salt Lake. auiS-tf
T
A MOST COMPLETK DEPARTMENT OF .
INCLUDING TYRELL'S HEA, MEDIUM AND LIGHT. AT 7.00 PER PAIR. 1
GROCERIES: STAPLE & FANCY.
6 POUNDS CRUSHED SUGAR FOR $1.00.
Crocliory, Ola.aBas1-wa.r0. Bardware, Tin.
ware, Xjilcx-uorsB. Tobaoooa,
AND EVERY ARTICLE IN OCR IMMENSE STOCK TOLL BE OFFERED AT LIRE
Knormene Keduetlonst
Rich or poor, f st or thin,
Oo no further, but step right in:
Don't llsteu to the words of others,
Yon '11 nnd no men like Ashlm Bros.,
nl tf Main titreet, Pioehe.
SWISS CONFECTIONERY,
MAIN STRFET,
OPPOSITE BROW IV ft HALL.
XA.GrI dta OO.
HAVE OPENED THK BWIS8 CONPEa
tionery aud RejiUuruit, Lower Main
Btreet, opposite Brown Hll.
Cakei aiid Ckndietf the vury bent to be bid.
Partiei and Wedding upplicd promptly,
Cakes ornamftiU'd on reasonable terinn.
n4-U
THE T A "?C
OH THK....
PROCEEDS OF THE MINES,
....fOK THE....
auarter Ending Sept. 30, 1373,
IS NOW PFE AND PAYABLE. THE LAW
in regard to the collection of the same will
be rtrictly enforced.
nt6-lm u. P. SHERWOOD, Asseasor.
nusiNi'.ss CAitr8.
ELECTION TICKETS,
VISITING CARDS, etc.
HAVING
Complete Office-
-WR-
CHALLENGE COMPETITION!
HOLLAND k CO.
fil'C'CKSSOnS TO A. C. GORDON.
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE
DEALERS IN
Wines, Liquors & Cigars
Fire-Proof Building, La
cour street,
Next Door north ef the Postoffloe,
PIOCHE ..... NEVADA.
Goods Takenjn Storage.
N CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE A
neat
Sample Room
Is attached, where nothin but fin Liquor
selected front the above stock will be diapenaed,
wmcnwuine prwuaea over oj nr. n. jaoAi
ISTER, who will be glad to see his old friends.
my lint
JAMES CRONAFS
Now Stone Store,
MAIN BTKEteT, PJUCHE, NEVADA,
wnoLXaUSK urn &btaix, bkalu m
QMOCKKIH
GROCERIES,
OBOOEHrCB
BOCKBIGS
PBOVISIOIS D GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
caeorsnm IT fi'llTJ flu i. ourmxc
ITIDIS UaUv ali slsUAl JT OLOTHJKB
Hats, Dooti, ShopR, Hardware, Crockery, Olass-
ware, rainw, uiia, uu,aoni.
Tobaooo Etxxci Oigara.
Having vnnsual faollitlea in buying, I am pro
parea so wu gooas an uie iowbh rmtei,
WitH One Prloe to All.
COME, BEE, AND BE SATISFIED.
aaylMf ' -JAMsM ORONAN.
H. R. Breakey,
MINING RECORDER,
MOT ART PUBLIC
am
OOKVZnrAN-OKR
ALSO
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR
CALIFORNIA AND UTAH I
COLLECTIONS ,M A UK.
Office, Main Street,
aulO-tf Opposite Moadow Valley st.
GEO. OIUST1N.
40. at. ooscuwa
San Francisco Fruit Store.
Coschina ' & Giustin,
CORNER MAIN AND MEADOW VALLEY BTS
PIOCHE, NEVADA,
Dealers In Foreign and Domestic Fruits
Confectionery and Toys, and General
Produce, Fins Havanna Cigars
and Tobaooo, Freah
.Limes, Lemons, Oranges,
AXWATS OBI HAND
From I. Ivancovich ic Co.
The largest and best wholesale bouse in San
Fransiaco j7-tf
H. MICHAEL,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Cip-ars, Tobacco, Pines,
CARDS,
NOTIONS, ETC.,
MAIN STREET,
Opposite Meadow Valley street.
sulO-tf
Notice! Notice!
Office Flobal Bfaraus Watkb Co.,1
July 30, 14473.
rilUE FOLLOWING REGULATIONS HAVE
X been duly adopted by resolution of tha
lioard of Truatees of tne
FLORAL SPBlNGsl WATER CO.
Tbey arc to be strictly observed by consumers
of Floral Spring water:
1. In all cases of non-payment of the water
rent wit Lin three days alttr prtmenUtion of bill
tbe supply will be cut off, and the water sball
not aain b let on, either for the present or any
subsequent occupaut, except upon the payment
of the amount due, together with the sum of
two dollar; provided that in cases of specifle
supplies, or fur fractional parts of the month,
wnere tne water nae been let on, it may be cut
otf immediately after notice given at the place
that the rent ia not paid, aud may be let ou
again upon the condition before mentioned.
3. Ho penon or familr auDnlied with Floral
Springs water will be permitted to use the water
for any other purpose ian that stated in this
agreement, nor to suppiy water in any way to
other perrons or families,
a. consumers shall prevent all unnecessary
waste of water, and shall make no concealment
of the purposes for which it is used. .
4. No alterations shall be made in ar-waterpipe
or fixture without first giving notice or the in
tended alteration at the office of the Company.
6. In all cases where water Is to be supplied
to several parties or tenants from one connec '
tlon or tap, the Company contract only with
one of said several parties, and on his default to
abide these regulations, aud psy the rates, will
cut off the connection.
6. Whenever snyof these regulations shall be
violated the supply of water wilt be discontin
ued, and not resumed until all charges and ex
penses are satisfied.
i. aii persons using water ibsil keeptiieir
service pipea in good repair, at their own ex
pense, and they will be held liable for all dam
ages which may result from their failure to do so.
, Surinklli.fr with boss and stmnil
Inir Irrliravtors will not bo allowed un
der any ctrcv instances.
9. The inspector, or other properly author
ized officer 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. m
The attention of customers having pipe con
nections is hereby called to the above Rules and
Keen lations, adopted y tne Hoard of Trustees.
and which are hereafter embodied in all eon
tracts for water, snd required to be signed
before the supply will be furnished. The above
regulations will be strictly enforced, and parties
neglecting or refusing to comply w them will
nave tneir supply ox water discontinued st
once. The Company reserves the right of plac
ing meters on all places supplied through the
pipes, in which case two and one-hmlf cents per
gallon will be charged for the water used, and
one-half the cost of the meter and placing upon
the premises. Parties having hose, in ease of
fire, will be allowed to use water to extinguish
the ssme free of charge. Water will be supplied
By carts, within the main
limits of the town, at.. ..S Cts per gallon
And st tbe Ooose Necks of
the Company, on Main
street, at H Cts. pr. fallon
The necessitv of an economical use of water
Is imperatively called for in order tbat A FULL
SUPPLY may be kept at the Company's tenk la
case of FlliJS. W. M. LUBBOCK.
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FOR SALE.
FOl R LOTS, ON LACOL R STRKET,
TWO OX THE WESTERN END OF THE
street, on one of which Is a fine cottage
with all the modern improvements; snd on the
other a small house. The lots have together a
frontage of 57 feet, and are 100 feet deep.
The two other lots are near the Court-house,
on the same side of tbe street with it. All of
tliis property is
FOR SALE CHKAP.
Inquire at M. H. Llchtenstein's Auction Store
on Lacour street. - oJO-lm
J. R. STAPLES St. CO.,
Pioehe Mreet, Below the PoetelHe,
DEALERS IS FURNITURE,
A. .ABD.... '
Manufacturers of Upholstery
Or ALL KINDS,
PUTURB FRAMES sad OLA 88 of all sties,
I iich they oa'er for sale at roasooable prices.
tpring Matrpsses, Hair Matraasea, Lounftee
ana window uonujee. Also, i-atku UAauiNO,
rmiFBTAKTHO. A tplenAtd
Hears always In atlendaBj. Wsti
JobM.jr Md Hepalrtmg axet ated neatly
ana promptly. m mil
REWARD.
... ITERS & LICHTENSTEIN,
1UCTICI 110 C0MM1SS10I ME1CHARTS,
BRICK BUILDING, LACOUE STREET
OCT DOOR BALES PROMPTLY ATTENDED T
ACCTION SALES EVERY EVENINO. EVERT
description of merchandise such as Gold
and Silver Jewelry, Watches, Clothing and Fur
nUthlug Goods, otc.
BV" Goods at Prints salo at Auction Bates.
WXLMANS' HOUSE
POH HHNT.
mHE ABOVI POPVLAR R8TABLISHMF.NT.
I together with all flit urea and annolnt.
ments ooniplote, will be for rent alter the 1st
proa, ror terms, etc., apply on the premises.
I. I. W1LMANH.
Mowmbtr 90. 1H7S. n'Jl-lia
J. HOSZIER'S
PRODUCE AND COMMISSION
PIPIFAII.
riiHE R08ICRUC1A8 B WEKS A SECT OF
X Philosophers who nourished In Germany
during the seventeenth century, and prosecuted
profound researches into Natural Science and
Occult Philosophy, and sought to discover the
ELIXIR OF LIFE.
Although some aiineretitinn miT hava been
developed smong them and other Alchemists in
sesrch for the Elixir Vltss, yet there Is scientlfU
truth st the bottom of sll Alchemy snd Astrolo
gy, xuer were lmpressea with tne propenies ot
HERBAL PREPARATIONS,
And found dynamic and psychologic force in
ths extract of certain plants.
titOft ttVs 7011 TO PERRON WHO HAS ,
within tb last six months at Lynch's coife . Xlst Ktvswt,
Next Door to
M AUJCT-fl. ......... -e.
..KAUST. .
PtsMlsav Nwwadsw
Is due to tbe researches of a learned scholar of
Europe among the archives of the Uosicraciana.
It Is msde of
TWENTY DIFFERENT BE RDM.
Gathered at such seasons of the year when their
juices are strongest snd virtues unimpaired,
forming a combination unrivalled in ths niste
ria medica o
PXPZFAX
lean enemy to all comrpHoB it assists and
fortinea Mature. Its manner of opeiattoa Is to
Drive to the Extreme Pavrts
And through the pores ef the Mb end sll
emnnetoriea of the budy, the bad humors which
molest It, siring relief ms la dlaeasee the
moetefreetory and difBcnlt to enn. eorh as
Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, Oonstirstion, Mirk Head,
ache. Nerroua Weakness and Blllioaeaeee. It is
pleasant to the taste, mild In its aotlon, marvel
ous in iu effects and unsurpassed as s tonic.
Psed as a bsTerage In malarious districts It neu
tralises miasma and premie km and aerae.
gold by all DrugglBte, Oreeera and Llqaor
desleis. Depot etw front street, ban Francisco.
sn-Jmls
FOR SA.LE.
r!M LARGS fRAVI BtTrLDINO. ON
Meadow Valley street, adiolnlnf Its. Pier.
sob's residence, known as the U. S. Beataoraat,
Is offered for sale. Par Inf orsssUom snnlyto
1. SthijT.
anvoer Kell, Misitw Tstier st.

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