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DAILY RECORD
TumiHIAV. PKCBMBKK 4.
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.
1 BHOCKINO DKATH.
A Woni Frawst to Death.
v.r.1n morninz. between 8 ud 9
o'clock, in of small uouso on
Hoffman street, between Laconr and
Piochi streets, a woman was found dead,
apparently baring frozen to death the
ni bt Ufore, Tua unfortunate woman
WM first aeen by aoine pasa-ibr, through
auenejr information wa given at
th, Sheriffs office, and Deputy Sheriff
Hung out " 6no
directiona to the bystanders to allow the
body to remain aa it waa found nntil the
Coroner conld be notified. She waa lying
upon her hack, with eyea and mouth
open and prf sented a allocking appear
uo She had on her ahoea and the
body of her dresa, but the (skirt of her
dress waa gone. At the front of the
house her bonnet, abawl and the ekirt of
her dree waa found. From appearanoea,
we judge aue stumbled over au impedi
ment upon which her feet were lying,
and in the fall had turned so aa to cause
the back ol her head to atrike the frozen
earth, or eUe ahe had, in her bewildered
condition, lay down to reat, and ao had
taken her final aleep. Ae no marka o(
violence were found upon her person,
the latter theory ia probnbly the correct
one. The house, with kitchen attached,
waa cat and comfortably furnished, and
here the poor woman had lived aloue.
The deceased waa of intemperate babita,
aud the last aeen of her the afternoon
preceding her melancholy end, she was
under the influence of liquor, although
about 11 o'clock Tueaday morning she
was apparently suber. Her hair was
black and straight, her complexion as
dark as that of a mulatto.
Coroner Deal waa notified of the eveut,
and summoned a jury to inquire into the
ruse of ber death. After the jurors had
viewed the body, it waa prepared for
burial to-day. Following is the verdict
of the Coroner's jury: . ,
VEBDICT.
We, the nnderaigned, jurors snbpopnaed
before D. L. Deal, Coroner of Lincoln
comity, this 3d day of December, 1873,
to inquire into the cause of death of Jane
Deland, found lying dead in Fioche, this
3d day of December 1873, do find that
her name was Jane Deland, a native of
tbe I'nited States, aged about 48 years,
aud that ahe earns to her death from
muses unknown to the jury. W. H.
McKillip, J. A. Steele, A. J. Leathers,
G. W. Birdaall, H. L. Sherwood, P. Wnt
kim, M. Schnsterich.
Ban JtMic AfiAiH. Evidences multiply
ngaiust going to San JuAn at this season.
Yesterday we saw a letter ;froin Ed. Kie
sele (now at Little Cottonwood, V tab) to
his father in this city, in which be says:
As regards the San Juan country, Gen.
Herrnn says ho can't see what cause
there is for such a rush to that country.
He saya the country lies partly in Ari
zona, Utah and Colorado, and that there ,
is so much snow there now that no one
can get to tbe mines, and will so remain
until about tbe lat of July. There bas
as yet been but little gold found. I hare
pen several arrivals from San Juan, and
all say nothing can be done this Winter. I
Admitted to Ban.. The young man
Ibberton, better known as "Bones," who
stubbed a Chinaman in a restaurant some
three months ago, was yesterday ad
mitted to bail in the sum of $500. Tbe
injured man having certainly reoovered,
tbe original charge was modified to
a charge of assault. Nearly, if not all,
the testimony for tbe prosecution being
Cbineae, and the defendant having suf
fered incarceration for three months, no
tears would be shed if "BoneB" should
make good use of bail.
The Lost is Focnd. Yesterday morn
ing Colonel Thornton leseived from
Jujge Beatty at Hamilton, a dispatch
statin? that by tuiatitka the decision so
much iu request on Tuesday had been
put into the Cherry Creek mail bag, and
would be here by Thursday's mail. How
tbe mistake occurred does not appear at
present writing, but it sets to rest the
question as to where the error occurred,
't will be here to-night beyond any
donbt.
Look Oct fob Finn. In the preseul
cold suap extra caution should be taken
to guard against a conflagration. There
is danger that the water pipes may
freeze np, and thus render the boss use
leas. We beg to urge everybody to throw
their rubbish, ashes aud everything com
bustible into the streets, so that it may
be oarried away, where it rn .in no in.
jury. An extensive fire at this inclement
' wouw Rreat calamity, and
we hope our admonition will be heeded.
Horn Again. Our. worthy neighbor
H. Michaels, of the tobaooo and cigar
depot, Main street, opposite Meadow
Valley, returned last evening by the
Hamilton stage, in exoellent health anj
buoyant spirits. He went to San Fran
oisco in quest of pleasure and to lay in a
fortnight Absent
Fbom Colobado. We have been shown
"letter from George Bounk, dated Con
ejos City, and addressed to Julius Sul-
u BuIlio,"'lle. He writes that he
pas been in the mountains ever ainea ha
eit rioche. He was within 100 miles of
u oau juan oountry, and had a pros
peeling outfit for use in the spring.
Cold Whtheh. Night before last was
ue coldest of the Beason. The mercury
touched 24 degrees below freezing point.
" wag C0udy Bl, d yggterday, and
bout sundown snow began to fall.
Mow continued to come down at inter
vals until 11 o'olock last night.
wobtht Object. On Friday and
Saturday evenings a festival will be held
at Armorv 11.11 .. j. . ,. v
will I. a "i luvscua Ul HUIUQ
wm be devoted to fencing the Catholio
A ... 1 ""I'" UD. U Will UB
ai W a"nanoe, as the festival is in
- w Try worthy object.
cu.xioaiNo.-D. A. Fulks and Fred,
trotted out the first steighing team
t.V. Mon ye"roy ftern
u was furnished by Geo.
: " siawes,and dashed
"rests quite merrily. , .
Ba DivintKD. The State Bank of
evada has just declared a dividend of
tV,l?!.rcen'-. 0fficial notice to that ef-
-Finais in another column.
Osiof Pritcharda' teams arrived Tues
da fgM '?," dftJ from PHsade-xtln.
night01"1 tureka- . Another ie due to-
Nw ix Sissioit.-The District Court
ad?oSJ!i? .t"ion yo"erday, and stands
Mjourned till Saturday, at 10 a. m.
rEsaoKAL.-Postmaster Carpenter, of
stae. u' "nvea htr bJ "t night's
"g. Ha was quite well.
No ' Passenger, will arrive on to-day .
Hamilton atage. .
(.HBosicLi uin AHp,Wb . are
debted to Charley Wiederhold for a copy
of the Chronicle Gift Map.' ' Pioche sub
scribers for .the Chronicle can obtain a
copy each on application at Wiederhold s.
N. C. B. The Superintendent of the
Nevada Central Bailwsy gives notice that
the company will not accept orders
drawn by the employes.
C. John
through tbe
Go to H. Krause'a 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 Visits f 4.00 per
dozen. Ferrotypes for 50o apiece, nl-tf
A xiw circulating library, imported ci
gars, tobacco, stationery and confection
ery at J. Levin & Co.'s, opposite Hamil
ton's saloon. Main street.
Go to Bisbop 4 Lib's for your Drugs
and Medicines. . .
: 8. ASBItt k BBO.
Hues raoci Burrs, ilO; worth S0.
Er.rrthliig wearable and salable
t. Im funud at A.hlua Bro's. U3
Six pounds frothed Sugar for 11.00
nt H, A.hlm etc Mro'e. aa
Pioxkib News Dbpot, Main street C.
Wiederhold. ' '
8. ASHIM k BBO.
; Blcb, Bsowk Aim Black BiArn Scm, 125
worth S3I. , ...,,-.'
Bra's.
anafce money, bay at
Ash In
Bl
Hot Fbei Lcnch served at Ike Phil
lips' from 11 to 2 o'clock every day. :
. d2-tf
Pickled poex at 15 cents a pound at
Ike Phillips'. . nl9-tf
Lubcm every day at Ike Phillips', from
11 a. m. to 4 p. tn. o31
ARBIVALS AUD DEFARTtTRES.
tlKPABTUKES.
" v TKAvn a co.'s bamtltom um:
T T Cochran
SAN PRAMCIHCO STUCK RKPORT.
bab ruxciaco. December 8.
Brusu.1 MOllNLNO SALES. ,.
SOSOphlr (OSOH
ISO Oould k Carry 15 16'4 15
C16 Bust k Bolcher 18 18 H 1)W0
635 Savage 60 61 62 63 63 H 64
8: I'taollar Potoai-M! MH Mu30 U
t-20 Bale k Norcross 39 38 38 H
110 Crows Point 97 96 Sb3 96
333 Yellow Jacket 63 69 62 H N Hb3
2010 Imperial H 5S 5bl0 5'i
440 Empire Mill H 5, IJj
45 Alpha 36 H VI
4-6Keiituck 13 j 13 ! 3H 13lbJ
1170 Bi'lcher 8 87 X 87 S'bi 87
65 Confidence 74
725 Con Virginia 67 57 X 5 J
50 Sierra Nerada 184 -.
800Daney IX J
1 10 Exchequer 18 17 16 16
2 J.I geg Belcher 79 80 78 X 79t3
2020Overnun-43 42 X 43b64X 42 41X 42b3041
30 40 X 40Xb3 40X3
650 Juitlce 7s3 7 7 X ' '
850 Succor ax 3'i
150 Buckee IV
670 Julia 4X4X
275 Caledonia 19 19X 19X
740 Knickerbocker 44 4X 4 X
200 Arizona and I'Uh IV 1!,
200 Plcton 35o
125 Dardanelles 1
1645 M r Con IX X Xb30
665 American Flat 4 H 6 '
450 Tyler 70 72 X 75
lliO t'nlon Con 4)4
1900 Fairmount 3 2S 2T(
nevaaa 'i zdiu 1 i .
625 Baltimore Con 6X CX 6t OX
680 Bock Island 90c '
200 Pictou 600 -
800 Senator 60c
1200 Burro 3 SXbSO ,
60 surer HU1--9X
AFTEBNOON BALES.
35 Eureka Con 9S X
300 Phenia 600
U95 Belmont 12 X 22X3 n 23s90 93Xb3022X
RIO XiH 23 Vi
210 Rre Patch 6X 6X
450 El Dorado Booth 4 X 4 X 4 ' 4
5.10 Hayes IX alO
860 Watson 3 X
750 North Belmont 1U 174 II.
10U0 Joiephlne 2X 2 -
30 Eureka O V 19
1389 Ht Patrick 9b30 8 X 8T4
au ma uiimure 4X
ISO Uolden Chariot 20 90 X
700 Independent i 2'-
230 South Chariot 81a
loo Bed Jacket IH
PIOCBB tTOCKIi.
1263 Meadow Tallcjr-15 U 15 X 15Xb30 lib!
450 Baymond k Elj-62 C2X 63 X 63Xb3U 63b30
02 62Xb:lO
45 Pioche 6b3 6
770 Waahinalon 4i Creole 6 U 6Vb:
2375 Paxe k Pauaca 3 3a3 3
American rias 6X H H 4 4X010
1160 Huhn k Hunt -2
40 Condor 16o
330 Bowery 25c 30c 40c
2'AlSilrer Peak IX
350 Peavino-25e 30c
150 Insomar 30c
740 Kewark-2V 2X 2b30 -600
Louise 40c
100 Chief of the HU1-1X
650 Chief Eaat Ex 15c '
1118 Kentucky IX t X
90 Hermes 3
BULLION SHIPMENT.
Per Wells, Fargo Co.
.H, 820.61
B. B. Hon, Ja.,
Bacramento.
O. H. Fna, I Johk a. Mott,
Fioche. Eureka.
MOTT. FISH A CO.,
Meadow Valley at.
PIOCHE - NEVADA,
IMPOHTHRS
, And Sealen. in
HARDWARES.
MILL MDMLTO GOODS.
Dnpunt'. Blastiii Powder, 1
Giant Powder and Caps,
.CamUes anil Fase,
Blacksmith's Hardware,
Iron and 8teel,
i
AncL Tinware.
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"WARD'S
Furniture and Undertaking
ESTABLISHMENT,
MAIN STREET, '
Bs PIOCHK. ' NEV.
SPRIHO-4 PULU MATRESSES,
Bla.xik.ots, Sheets, .
PARLOR AND . BED-ROOM BETS,
) rim Totktt lets, ' J
Carpets and Oil Cloth,
" Window 31iadsa. ;
AU AssortiMiitof '
Upholstery r: Goods,
DRAPEIRV Jbo.
PAPER HANOINO PONE. . rjj-tf
JAMES CtANCT,
WINES,
i.'Ot BtocortificK.
LIQUORS
MAIN STREET, PIOCHE.
CLANCY
ii. AlcCORMICK.
auM ii
PIOCHE MABKET . tUBPOKT.
Cash trtcefc
Comi.lled by S. AiHIK k Bao.J
Crailinl Sugar tfca. tor 11 00
Uolden Mat Sugar Stl.(orll00
Pulverized Huuar a 25 caae 25
California Breakfast Bacoa ... 20 22 X
iwmoriua... .......... 20
Chicago Canrased Bacoa 20
Bemne, all klads.
apples, dried
Peaches, dried
Coffee. Jars '.
Tea,M. 11. k Co..,
Tea. Basket
lea, Japan
Lard, California...,
Lard. ChtfAffn
Cheew, Oilrujr
rrup. uoiuen....
Candlee
Boap.O.O
Boap, Castll.
atatcne...
10 ;
15
15
25
.... M(
... 70
... 70
... 60
.... 1
.... It
... 32X
.... 00 keg
... 4 OObol
....I 50 box
25
23
25
22 X
is
18
SO
as
15
75
S2X
20
20
25
25
12 X
SO
(vwwn,r.WMi..j.,j HOW IHB
Crackers, all kinds....
rickles, Cutting s
Mackerel, No. 1
Herringa, D utch '.
nice ,
Currants ,
Corn Btarch
Citmn
Navy Tobaccos .'.
.9 SB das
... 1SX
...4 50 keg
..4 60 kit
... 15
..4 60 keg
... Manat
... 2X
... ao
... 75
70
a 25
u
26
20
25
18
25
25
- J ........ .......... . IU ID
Pea., do. Corn. do. Oysters, do. Pi. Fruit., do.
CondenaAit Milk Hn ilalmm. A tit A.v
Scanafur fl 25. '
ASSKHSMENTS.
Following is a list of sales of delin
quent stocks now advertised iu oar paper:
Assessment No. 3
Levied Sept. 30
Amount tier aham . sti
Delinquent in office Nov. 4
Day of salt .', Nov. 27
Secretary Go. R. Bpinney
Office No. 820 California street, Han
t ranciaco.
WASRUrOTOB AKn CKEOLB.
Aaaeasnient Xo. a
Levied October 15
Amount per .hare si.oo
Delinquent in office Nor. 17
Day of sale Dee.
Secretary r. D. Clrary
Omce Merchauta' Exchange, Saa Francisco
' -1 aram Houirrxni TomniLa " '.
AsnesBment No. 7
Levied Oct. 18, 1873
Amount 20 cents per ahare
Delinquent In office Nov. 13, 1873
Day of aale Dec. 1,1873
Secretary J, M. Bffington
Office. . .37 New Merchants' Exchange, Kan Fran
cisco, California.
PIOCBK.
Assessment No. 6
Levied October 30
Amount per anar...,v , $1
Delinquent ittafae... t,,t, ....... ,..Dec. 10
Day of .ale Jan. S, 1874
Secretary Chas. E. Elliot
Office. ..Room 28 Hayward'. Building, San Fran
Cisco. BOWXBr.
Aueaament No. 4
Levied Nov. 6
Amount per .hare 60 ct
Delinquent la office Dee. 16
D.yof ule Jan.
Secrettrjr n.t Chas. E. Elliot
Omce Boom 28, Hayward 's Building, Ban
Franciaro. - - - - -
IKOOVAB.
AsneMinent - Kn A
Levied Nov. 6
Amount per .hare , 25cta
Delinquent In office Dec. 16
Day of aale Jan..
Secretary cha.. S. Neal
Office Room 23 Hayward'a Building, San
.IW1U1KV.
J as. S, Smith &,Cq.
Stock Brokers,
Main' Street,
Three doors below Wei's, Fargo & Co.
PIOCHE, NEVADA.
iiur AXD sell stbcK"
STMCTLV OX COM.V5SO.V.
Currency Bought ami Sold.
SAN r KANClSCO I'.ROKKRS :
X'titrs. iVOODS & FKEEBOKX.
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CloUtinrj and rg tBoods.
oota ana &0(S.
A. J. UAaox. i. o. WILCOX.
MASON & WILCOX,
CITY BOOT SHOP,
UAIIM 8TBEET, HOCHB.
T TVTTI. VriRTHKn vnTinB urni n x vw c
U DI CED our French Screwed Boots
hj uibj iuiiuwiuh prices;
Our Best Mining Boots, French Screwed... .110
Best Calf, French Bcrewed 13
The tame ts we harfl been making heretofore
for $rj uid $15.
No Iinltalioa NatU Vw4 by urn.
We use the UteRt ud most Improved Frenck
Screw Machine Invented, which make the
crew end turns it in the work at the same time.
Never rips and never wovks through and hurts
the feet. Can always be seen in operation at
our shop at any time.
We are making the very best Sewed Work
that can be had in the city, both in quality,
style and workmanship.
You cau always get of ns Just what yon order
and at the exact time promised.
Repairing of all kinds done with neatness and
dispatch.
ocJ-tf MASON k WILCOX.
MURPHY,
PREMIUM BOOT MAKER,
MEADOW T ALLEY, ST.,
Mil
Now offers to make the best
French Calf sewed Boots, single soles $17.00
' ' double or tap soles 18.00
Mining Boots 10.00
Miner French Kip Boots 14.00
I WORK NOME BUT THE BEST FRENCH
Leather. All my work is
" BONE BY HARD.
No Machine Worhi Hand Work Is
Far Saperlor
I warrant my werk to be better than any in
Fioche.
A good fit guaranteed.
Repairing done in the neateat manner aud
with punctuality. nll-tf
J. EISENM1P r CO.,
MAIN... STREET,
PIOCHK NEVADA,
IMPORTERS
AxTD DEALERS IN
STOVES, CROCKERY,. eUASS
WARE, and HOVRB Fl'RN.
ISHINO eOODH.
Manufacturer, of
Oopper.Tin and Bheet-Iroa Ware. Plambers,
Steam and Oaa Fitters.
1ITI ARE NOW PREPARED TO CON.
TV tract for Air Pip., Vlowera, Furnace
Pipe, Lift fooipB, a... of any rpq sires iss and
Also Agent, for the Celebrated Back's Patent
JOHN ROEDER,
BTONE STORE, WEST HIDE LAOOUR BTREET,
J' 1 Pirxnts OITT, inVABA)-' -
Dealer in Groceries, Pro-
vtiiona and Oeneral
Merenandise.
Hll prt tld for Oomntrr Prodacsnch
sa PoUSoea, Bsss, Mmttm, ate. jaMf
DISSOLUTION.
DISSOLUTION!
DISSOLUTION!!
Extraordinary. Inducements!
QN ACCOUKT OF THE CO-PARTNEB8HIP
OF
JJIUi
Expiring by Limitation December slat, 1873,
we will offer from dst. nntil
JANUARY 1st, 1874,
AT
f .
San Francisco Prices !
OUR LARGE STOCK OF
CLOTHING
-AND
Dry Goods.
Of CTery description, comprising
Complete Assortment of
CASSIMEEE SUITS
BEAVER SUITS,
Chinchilla Suits !
French Beaver Overcoats,
Chinchilla Overcoats,
French Cassimere Overcoats.
' A lmrg Assortment of
French 'Beaver Suits,
Cliinohilla Snits,
French Cassimere Suits.
A large assortment of
CASSIMERE PANTS,
. BEAVER PANTS,
DOESKIN PANTS,
CHINCHILLA PANTS.
' PINK HEAVY '
Blanket Coats,
Traveling Coats.
BLANKETS !
OF ALL KINDS.
Overalls and Jumpers.
AND
A Splendid Assortment of Cas
simere and Flannel
OVERSHIRTS.
BOYS' CLOTHING,
A Magnificent Stock of
FURNISHING GOODS,
""" THE MOST COMPLETE IN
Fioche.
Consisting of Silk Undershirts,
Silk Drawers, all Kinds
of Pioneer Flannel
, Underwear.
MERINO SHIRTS & DRAWERS.
White Linen Shirts.
Chevoit " "
Calico "
Hats & Caps
Soots ct3 Shoes.
California Buck Gloves.
- Driving Gloves.
Trunks and Valises!
This opportuuily has never beiora been
offered to tbe peopla to
purchase
First Class Goods,
, :;, -AT- '
Extremely Low Trices I
The Stock Most b Sold n
WITHOUT RESERVE,
Ai w aro Determined ta SelL .
V " J.COHN& BRO.
atala stars, OppMlt. BImuIw Valley
, ,!, PlaeBM, NarsMlsw , r
Bttrtf ' '"
lOOO.
1073.
TO f HE PEOPLE IT LARGE !
THIS BEST CHAUCE TTETI
JSJ CONSEtl'ENCE OF TUB ARBAT DKPRBSMOX
A3fD STRrXGE.NCT E THE MONET MARKET, AFFECT.
, ING THE FINANCIAL FABRIC OF THE ENTIRE COI X
TRT, WITH NO MORE CENEBOl'S MOTIVE THAN TO
MEET TBE EXIGENCIES OF THE TIMEH,
S. ASHIBI eS BRO.
Will laj btfore the Public the following Extraordinary Schedule ''
Of
SACRIFICIAL PRICES:
OVERCOATS, S6.00 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
(ALL OBASATIOKB OF COLORS.)
Cassimere Suits, $12.00 Cassimere Suits, $20.00
Cassimere Suits, 15.00 Cassimere Suits, 22.50
Cassimere Suits, 17.50 Cassimere Suits, 25.00
Cassimere Pants, 84.00"
Cassimere Pants, 80. CO
Cassimere Pants, 86. CO
Cassimere Pants, 87. OO
Caaelmere Overshirts, $1.50
Cassimere Overshirts, $2.00
Caseimere Overshirts, $2.50
Cassimere Pants, 84.60
Cassimere Pants, 85.50
Cassimere Pants, 86.60
Cassimere Pants, 87.60
Cassimere Overshirts, $3.00
Cassimere Overshirts, $3.50
Cassimere Overshirts, $4.00
"PIONEER" FLANNEL UNDERWEAR
WHITE LINEN SHIRTS ....
4 PAIRS SHAKER WOOLEN SOCKs -
$2.00
$1.75
$1.00
FIRST QUALITY OVERALLS, 75 Cts.
A NO. I JUMPERS. - 73 Cts.
(Brown. White or Bin.)
(White, Brown, Vienna Bed, Blue and Oraj)
Rcixiaslxxs from. S4 to 0XO jpor Fair.
A FULL LIKE OF
A HOST COMPLETE DEPARTMENT OF
INCLUDISO TYRFXL'S HEAVY, MEDIUM AND LIGHT. AT 7.00 PER PAHt.
GROCERIES: STAPLE & FANCY.
6 POUNDS CRUSHED SUGAR FOR $1.00.
Orookery, 01nawaB-vx7'a.x-c, Hardware , Tin.
wstre, Xilquorsj) Tobaooosh
A ND EVERY ARTICLE IN OCR IMMENSE STOCK WILL BE OFFERED AT LIKE
XI. unornaous Kiaucueahsl
Rich or poor, fat or thin,
Go no further, but step right in:
Don't listen to the word, of others,
You '11 Ond ao men like Aahim Bro...
nl-tf Malta Street. Placha.
f IJlf ifrMds J f (J
SWISS CONFECTIONERY,
MAIN STRFET,
OPPOSITE BROWN'S U ALL.)
TiA AGE eft? CO.
HAVE OPFNEO THH RWI88 CONFE0
tionery and Rettttnimiit, Lower Miln
Mtrect, opposite Brown's Hall.
Cakfr i iDd Candlet the very best to be had.
artieii and Weddings supplied prtunirtly.
Cakes ornamented ou reasonable terms.
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THE "TAZaC
ON THC. . . .
PE0CEED3 OF THE MINES,
....FOB THE....
Quarter Ending Sept. 30, 1873.
IS NOW DUK AND PAYABLE. THE LAW
in reKard to tbe ool lection ol the mtua will
be strictly enforced.
Ultj-lm O. P. SHERWOOD, Asmsmot.
nn & Gin,
BUCCESSOBB TO A. ft CORDON,
IMPOBTEHS AND WHOLESALE
DEALERS IN
Winea, Liquors at Cigars
Fire-Proof Building. La
cour street, ""
Next Door north of ths Poatoffioe,
PIOCHK ..... NEVADA.
Goods Taken on Storage.
rS CONNECTION
L neat
WITH THE ABOVE A
Sample Xooaoo.
Is attached, whwe nothlns bnt Una Liquor,
selected from the above stock will be discerned,
which will be presided over by Mr. ft. McAI
IBTEH, who will be glad to see his old flieuda.
aqria-tf
JAMES GEONAN'S
New Stone Store,
MAIN BTKELT, PIOCHE, NEVADA,
waouauB un bstau, iiuu ib
oboosbibs PDflPCDICC oaocxais.
oaoosaiKS UnUws.nlLW ' uoobbibs
PROVISIONS AMD SEIERtL MERCHANDISE.
curnnM fiT fl'I'U I MM oumrjia
oumM jLlJ X Uiil X OUJTSIKO
Hats, Boots, Bhoes. Hardware, Crockery, Olaw.
ware, Paints, Oils, Liquors.
Tobaooo and. Cigars.
Having nnnsusl facilities In buying, I am pre
pared to hu gooa. .. w lowest raies, .
With. One Frloe to All.
COME, BEE, AND BE SATISFIED.
smylJ-tf JASUCB C&OKAN. -
H. R. Breakey,
MINING RECORDER,
NOTARY PUBLIC
COM VMVAtJOER t
ULK
COSIMISSIOXKIl OF DEEDS FOR
CALIFORNIA AND ITAH I
COLLEC TION S M A 1) K.
Office, Slain Street,
aulO-tf Oppo.lteMesdowV.lleyrt.
gxo. orcrriH.
jo.. 11. ooecuui a.
Saa Francisco Fruit Store.
Coschina & Giustin,
CORNER MAIN AND MEADOW VALLEY RT8M
FIOCHE, NEVADA,
Dealar. la Foreign and Dom..tic Frail
Oonf.ction.rv and Tor., and Cnaral
Frodnoe, Fine Havanna Cigar,
and Tobacco, Fr.eh
Idmea, Lemons, Oranges,
ALWAYS OB HAND
From Llvanoovich &, Co.
The largest and best wholenle hones In Ban
Franalsco Je7-tf
H. MICHAEL,
Whole.ale am Retail Oaaler In
Cifars, Tobacco, Pines,
CARDS,
NOTIONS, ETC.,
MAIN STREET,
Oppewltw Meadaw Valley Mrewt.
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MYERS & LICHTENSTEIH, .
AUCTION UD COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
BEICK BUILDING, LACOUR STKEET
OCT DOOB BALES PBOMFTLT ATTENDED T
ACCTION SALES EVERY EVENING. EVEKY
dewription of merchendlae inch a. Uold
and Silver Jewelry, Watches, Clothing and For
utshing Ooods, etc.
T Goods at Private ssle at Auction Rates,
J-HOSMZR'S
PRODUCE AND COMMISSION
J. R. STAPLES dc CO.,
PiorBe stmt, below ttto Postafllca,
DEALERS FLRMTIHE,
Manufacturers of Upholstery
OF ALL KINDS,
PICTURE FRAMES and GLASS of all sixes,
t tich thev offer for aai. at reasonable prices.
Ipriug Matrewee. Hair MatrRMiea, Lounites
ana wiaaow uornijes. Ato, YAratt HAKUltiO.
UNDBHTASINO.-A srlendld ,
ItesniB aremve In atteadsov. t' .--.
JekMaf sad Stwpalriiafl ected neatl;
ana prowjpu. - airisaj
Next Door to
MALLET'S MARKET,
Mali. Street, . . Placate, Nevada.
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CEVTBAf. BAIL WAT
OK AVD A ITER MOSDAT , DECEMBER 1ST,
13, Iniu will ruu aa follows until fur
ther notice: i
Leave BaillonvillF. T40 s tn.; 11 p tn.
Arrive at Amador Mill 7:ti a. m.; 1 ris p. n.
ll-.d of Genoa S a. m.; 140 p. m.
Ir V.lU-jr StstloaSdlOa.m.if' aa.
" Pioche SOS a. aa.; Xp.au. .
BBBDBBIBS:
Leave Piocke at M a. as.; t . .
Arrive at Orjt Valley SUtlon MAS S. a-1 It V. bu
" Head of Ceaoa M a. B.; S p. at.
" AnudorMIUUMs,B.i:lSp. aa.
. " Bollioaville 114 a. .; p. ss.
A Fanenaw Car will aooosspany Mch train.
The train, ma by the BNtidiaa time.
JOSEPH W. KE8BITT.
,i ttnprnnUndopt.
. M. C. CHAPIN,
a-" Fassaaaur k rreight Ag t.
O. X. 3EU XX. '
ON AND AFTER MONDAY. SEPTEMBER
J IWt, Trains will leave OUDKN
daily, s follows: '
SlKO P. M. Passenger Train for Sacramentc
and San Franouco. . ,
StSS P. Bf. Ficlght Train for Sacrasarats
and rsa Francisco. t . i .
T. H. GOODMAN,
General Pawenger and Ticket Agent.
A. K. Tows a. Oeneral Bupariatent. OU-tt i
1
Union Pacific Railroad
TIME TABLE.
USTH. F1R1HER NOTICE. TRAINS WIL
leave and arrive at Ogden dally, aa follow;
LsAvz.Daily expire., SJM) a. in.; mixed
JO p. at.) freight, IS JSJ a. an.
Asbivb. Dallyexpress. 5:10 p m.; mixed,
p. in.; freight, (:10 s. m. .'
Daily connection, made st Ogden with s
Ctab Centra Railroad from Salt Laxe City
all point, in Hontbern I'Uh. '
At Bryan, with atagea for the Sweetwater mines.
At Cheyenne, with Denver Paeibc Railrued,
for Denver, Central City, tieorgetvwn and all
point, in Colorado and New Mexico.
At Oui.be, with Chicago and Northwestern ;
Chicago, ltock lalalid and Tacific; Burlington
and Mlaoof i Rivert Kaaue l ily, St. Jo. and
Council Bluffs Kailro.de. end Miaaonri river Una
of .teunera, for .11 points eaat and aouth.
Tirketa for aa). to .11 point, eaat at office of
ells. Faro k Co., East Ttrapls atroct, aid at
tlu office of the I'tah Central Kaiiroad, in Bait
Ike City; also at the I ulon Pacinc Railroad
ticket office, in Ogden, at which othce bertha on
sleeping-car. can be retired.
Arrangements have been made whereby pea.
senger. deairlug to vi.it Denver, on their way
East, can avail themeelve. of aa excursion rate
from Cheyenne to Denver, and return, at greatlv
reduced rate..
For particulars and all Information in regard
to paage, apply at the ticket offices.
Paweugera ahonld 1 careful to aeciire their
pannage tickets to all camera and .out hern
points via Omaha, and thus .vail tuemaelvt. of
a throngh sleeping-car, comfortable awonunoda-.
tiona aud quick time. . , f
TH08. L. KIMBALL, . '
Ueueral Ticket Agent.
T E. KICK l.t-'.H
au33-tf Chief Engineer and Superintendent.'
Utah Central Railroad.
TIME' TAUL.K.
riiKAIXS LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY DAILY
X t 5 30 a. m and S:45 p. ni. Arrive at Og
di n at lao a, m. and i-M p. m.
Train, will leave Ogden dallv at l iO a. m. and
:ao p. m. Arrive at Salt Lake City at 10:40 a. m.
and 8:30 p. m.
Bllxed Trains
Mil ruu daily, Sunday, excepted, leaving Salt
Lake City at 8 a. m. and 6:30 p. m., and Ogdeu
at ft a. m. and 6 0 a. ai. euXMf ,
Utah Southern Railroad.
rilRAINS I.EAVK THS ITAH CENTRAL
1 Depot. Salt Lake City, at 7 a. m. and 2 JO
o'clock p. m.
Sandy (neatest point to Little Cottonwood
Canyon), at 8:10 a. m.and SSO p. m. .. .
Arriv. at lhi at 9 .. m. sad 4:30 p. sa.
Leave Lehi at a. m. and 6 p. tn.; Sandy,
at lu :6o a. m. and 6 lu p. ni.
Arive at Salt Lake City at 11:8( a. m. and
p. m. ai-tlf
Philadelpliia Brewery,
MAIN STBEKT, I'lOCUE.
8CHC8TBICH k KLEINE..... . .PROPRIETORS
IS FURMSHINO A SrPF.RIOR ARTICLR Of
Lager Beer, In qnantitie. to suit, st the low.
est rates. Adjoining camp, supplied on short
uowce. lyw-ti
lost.
LOST A LADY GOLD CHAIN, ETC. THE
finder will receive s liberal reward by
leaving the asms at tbe Karons office.
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ORIENT . SALOON.
TAMES CAMPBELL, HAVINO LEASED THE
V Batoon known as tbe Uncut, on the
S-ABT SIDE OP LACOUR STBEKT,
Will be happy to sec all his old friends, and as
many new ones as will be pleased to favor htm
with s call. Xothlag but tb. ,
Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigwi
anSS-tf
Will be Seal! owl
ir ths bar.
J. CAMPBELL.
Utah Northern Railroad.
rpRAINS LEAVE COB1NNE AT 130 P. M.t
X leave Logan at 8:30 a. ni., to connect with
train, for Ogden aud Salt Lake. u23-tf
Notice !Notice!
OrncB FuMux. Snuxosi Watkb Co.. 1
July bO.lBT... i
fllHE FOLLOWING REGULATIONS BAVK
X duly idopted br resolation of tbe
iioard of Tnuteei of the
FLORAL SPttlNOti WATER CO.
They are to be strictly obterved bv conBUinarc
of Floral lpriiigi wattir:
i. in au caseg of non-payment of tbe water
rent within throe days after presentation of bill
tbe supply will be cut off, and tbe water shall
nut agami b let on, either for the present or any
subsequent occupant, exct-pt upon the payment
of the amount due, together with the sum ot
two dollars; provided that in cases of specific
supplies, or for fractional parts of the month,
where the water bas been let on, it may be cut
off immediately after notice given at tbe place
that the rent is not paid, and may be let on
attain upon tbe condition before mentioned.
n. ao person or family supplied with Floral
Springs water will be permitted to use the water
fur any other purpose ban that stated 1m thla
sffreetneut, nor to auuniv water lu amv wiv to
other persons or families.
s. consumers shall prevent all unnecesnry
waste of water, and shall make no concealment
of the purposes for which it is used.
. MoaltexationBBhallbemadeinaE"aterDlia
or fixture without flnrt Riving notice or tbe in-
lenueu auerauonat me omce of tbe Company.
6. la all cases where water Is to be supplied
to several parties or tenants from one connec
tion or Up, the Company contracts only with
one of said several parties, and on his default to
abide these regulations, and pay the rates, will
cut off the connection.
9. Whenever any of these reffvlartons shall be
violated tbe supply of water will be discontin
ued, and not resumed until all charges and ex
penses are Rationed.
7. All persons taking water shall keep their
service pipea in tiood repair, at their own ex
pense, and tbey will be held liable for all dam
ages which may result from their failure todo so.
S. ftprtnkllnfr with hoe datand
Insr Irrigators will not. fee. allnm-Ma
elr a ay chrc.imstaB.eee.
9. The Inspector, or other properly author
ised officer of the Company, shall be admitted
at all reasonable hours to all parts of any prem
ises supplied with water, to see that the mm
lations are observed.
The attention of customers having pipe con
nection Is hereby called to the above Rules and
Regulations, adopted bv the Board of TrnirtM
and which are hereafter embodied In all con-
tracts lor water, and required to be signed
before the supply will be furninhed. Tbe above
regulations will be strictly enforced. and parties
neglecting or refusing to comply w them will
have their supply of water discontinued at
once. The Company reserves the right of plac
ing meters on all places supplied through the
pipes, in which ease two and one.half iwiii
gallon will be charged for tbe water used, and
uue-unii me dob. oi me meter sua placing upon
the premiset. Partiee having hoae, in caw of
are, will be allowed to uae water to extinguish
the same free of charge. Water will be supplied
By carts, within the main
limits of the town, at.... 3 Cta. per falloa
And at the Goose Kecks of . .
the Oompany, ou Main
feet. t ft cts. pr. ffallaB
The necessity of an economical use of water
Is imperatively celled for In order that A FL'LI
SUPPLY may be kept at the Company's tank ii,
case of FIBE. W. 11. LUBBOCK.
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IsIEBES Sc BOWMAN
NOBTHWEST CORNER '
Battery and Sacramento Sts.,
SAN FBANCI8CO. '
Manufacturers s Importers
" ....or.... ; ' :"
Havana .. Cigars,
Aad Ip-rter mt lmt T-bMro. '
P.O.BosiaU. . . Je7.3m
Geo. x. crsHiffG & co;';:'.-
- , (strcassou io o. t. inuiQi), '
DRUCCISTS CHEMISTS.
VEALERS IN
PATENT MKDIOIWVB. n
Perfamerv, Faswy Goods, etc. Sr"
Cn.blDd At Co. will keM only a
orne. sad ssedlclaes.'
D1
Mm
tbe best and mtrest
Thev will sooa aavo m n n rl1nnw
to Import direct fross Europe, and (has suae
sots of secwrlnt tenaias srttaUs.
Fhratclaas' BrsseHpttoa. essstally SB
pu; oompoBaeM 4u aad alaht. ,

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