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, AIT ..JAKt'ART IT. IMA, LDCU IHTEIUBEMCE, .r. TEtD FaMILI AT BsXMOKT. W. kit. ia our possession 1" number of ffiJafiU respectable anJ responsi ble men in tlifleront parts ot tba county, whicb Ull of oflicial pefnilyso black anJ damniug against a couple of federal official, now residing at Bel- Bont, in "' su,e tUt w c,n ,cl,rce,y credit them, and yet the proofs ar eon clu3ive and oTerwhelaiiug. The, young KioD8 of ! Tweed family hav. been doing a laud office business in plunder ine tue uneuspectiuH iubabitanta on the oublio dmaiu in our county. Having rid 1u'te rePe ctable aum of moiiey doin tbsm. ostensibly designed to swell the coffer of the National Treasury, but vbicb the gentlemen alluded to bare neoltcted to pay over, aud now refuse to render any account to tboae who made tbe contributions. Letter by the dozen have been written to them witbin the lait few months on public business con nected with their office, bnt no response can be obtained. In addition to matters relating to the public business of the Land Office, in which our people are iImiIt concerned, we hare a letter on private business of onr own, which, if not attended to at an early day, we now promise them to give to the reading pub lic a full showing of tbeir financial de linquencies as practiced towards the set tlers on the publio lands in this county, as the same will appear from the sworn sN. amidarits now at baud. Bau.ho.ids vj. Stagm. From I'ioch. to liulliotiville, and from Virginia to Carson City, are probably the only two routes in America, of the sauia length, connecting towus, where stages persist ently refuse to be driven off the routes by railroad cars. The Virginia nnd Cur sou road has now been iu operation six or seven years, and yet stages continue to ruu between the points named. The railroad from l'ioche to Buliionville has only been fully equipped for pasRenger traffic a few months, but loDg though to demonstrate that a stage line can be suc cessfully maiutaiued over the aaine route. The condition of the two road are in many respects simi lar, as they were both built mainly for the purpose of carrying ore from mines in elevated localities to mills on water courses below. The distanoe from Virginia to Carson is about the same as the distance from Pioche to Hullionville, both being constructed on heavy grades. One is, however, narrow gauge, and the other broad. Tui Social Last Night. Owing to a press of other engagements we did not attend the sociable given by the B. B. Club at Brown's Hall last night. From those who attended, however, we learn that the affair was, in all respects, unex ceptionable. The lady managers of the sociable deserve great credit for the sue cess which has so far crowned their efforts to furnish the means by which the ladies and gentlemen of our town may pass a portion of their evenings in social communion. The hall was well filled, and all present went away hap pier, if not wiser and better for the even ing's enjoyment. Not'Floubisuiku. The legitimate dra ma, or in fact any other kind of theatri cal performance does not seem to flourish in the atmosphere of Tiocbe about these days. This condition of affairs is said to be the result of a limited supply of bullion iu the local market. All that will be changed, however, when we strike it on the lower levels, as we confidently expect to in a very short time. YtBTtEDiI was one ot the gloooiyest days we ever remember to have seen in the mountains of Nevada. All day long dense masses of vapor overhung the city, with occasional sprinkles of rain, llbeu uiHtic and chrouio ailments of every kind flourish and grow rank in such atmospheric conditions as have prevailed tor some days past hereabouts.. Not Shut Down. We mentioned in yesterday's paper that from some cause unknown to us the Bowery miue had been shut down. The stoppage was oc casioned by the necessity of putting in a new Hoisting rope, wnicn caused a deten tion of but a few hours. The work it progressing again as usual. Difference in Climate. A gentleman who came up from the valley below Buliionville yesterday, reports that while heavy masses of clouds hung on the , woutains in the direction of Piocho, the suy was clear and the sun shone brightly u int vaneys to the southward. Kkvkbal teams loaded with castings for the mills at Buliionville camped be low town night before last. K. X. Field will arrive here to-nigbt by Travis 4: Co'i stage. ElVKXI UVK' "XTSTKBIE1 Of PABIS. . titan Loadaagpcictj.) In theDeUt.-. journal of high stand ing and style-ame to light the first fruiU of the night-shade growths indi genous to the social caverns to which bue bad wormed his way. There ap peared in feuilleton form the openiun chapter, of the "MysUtie.of Pari.." lbe effect was prodigious. Soon it came to pass that any one who passed by the printing office of the journal in question at three in the morning might Me the marvelous igb,t of a crowd of nonde script persons, livery aevauts, commis saries, maids of honor, and booksellers' boys, competing eagerly for the damp sheets as they came from the press. A story is told of a waiting maid alio was found bidding two franc, for a copy, ami, when twitted for ber prodigality, answered broudlv. " Madams tl M.r. cbionesa has plenty of money to pay for her pleasure with;" and then began to deplore the inevitable duty imposed npon her by her august mistress, of coming, raiu or shine, to get a copy of the Debate any enougo lo ue laid npon ber table, so as to greet her on swakinu. On fur. tber questioning, however, the grnmbliug damsel owned that ahe bad already de voured a coudIc of columns of Wat nmm. ing's feuilleton "Mysteries" by the light of the gas-jet in the street. Sue ob tained, it is said, from the " Mysteries de Paris," lbO.OOO francs, and that for the edition published in the l)ebataouly. Publishers vied with one another for it. alter publication; and the stage obtained a dramatized version for itself. In Bel gium a medal was struck in honor of Sue, and subscriptions came Dourinor in so fast that in a few days the cost of the medal ws. far exceeded, and the balance was employed in the Retting up of s magnificent edition of the "Wanderino Jew," which was distributed gratis among the people. With his French publisher. sue nuuiiy concluded a nargain by which he was to receive 11)0,000 francs a year somewhat more than our Laureate is allowed during fourteen consecutive yearn, on the understanding that he would supply matter without ceasing at the rate of ten volumes . year. AHSEMSfsWTft. Following is list ot sales of delin quent stocks now advertised iu our paper: roarLasv. iieuiuwit Levied Amount per share. ....... ........... veuaquenl ia oatc ty of sate Secretary O0U...No. tJ, Saa rranclsoo. Cat. OUSTS OAS AnMalnent So.. Leelnl Amount Delinquent UiulOoe... t.y of sal Secretary umn....434 California street. California. KBXTucai. Asas meat .. Levied Amount per share Delinquent in offlca Day of tale secretary pro tern. umoe: Ho. i .January 10 at cents February I. ...Marrhll ..B.J.Uu; Jan. . 60 cU Fab. 16 Mar. Geo. W. R. kins baa Francisco Railroads. gassing Qwtt. HEY ADA CENTBAX RAILWAY No. 1 January t 25 eta February 1 March T . .B. Oeloamith IU California street. Baa Francisco, Cal. CHiar BAST BXTBNSlOM. AssHWmcnt Jio.l Levied December W Amount 10 cents per share Delinquent la office Feb. 10 Day of isle March 1(1 Secretary B. Wecener vine... ...i. uauiornia street. Ban rrancieu, cal. CAUOUMB. Asseasuwut No. S Levied Nov. 11.187S Amount 3D outs per share Delinquent in oflVe Dec. 22 1873 Day of sal. Jan.15.ls7t secretary Chat. E. Elliot umc.uoom a. Havward's ulldin.. tie Cali fornia street, lian Francisco, California. bi-hb a must. Assessment No. I Levied Deo. M, 1871 Amount AOeentsper share Delinquent in office Jan. 30, ls7t Day of isle Feb. it), 1874 Becretary T. L. Kimball UrBce..Uoom No. iVi California Itreet, Vaa Francisco, Csl. AJKSB1CAS FLAG. Assessment No. 4 Levied Dec. lit Amount per share 11.00 Delinquent in olr.ee January 'il Day of Bale February 31 becretaryl Oeo. H. Bplnney Offlce .HJO California atraet, San Francisco INMOMAB. Asarssiuent.., Levied Amount per share N AND FTF.B MONDAY, DECEMBER 1ST. 1871, trains will run as follows until fur ther notice: Leava Buliionville. TJuam.; 1:10 p. m. Arrive at Amador Mill 1 5 a. at.; 1 35 p. m. - Head of Canon 8 a. m.; l:tu p. m. Dry Valley station .20 a. at.; 3 p.m. ' Fiocha.aSa. aa.;t p. m. mvtiiisi Leave Pioche at 10 a. sa.; 4 p. m. Arrive at Dry Valley Station 15 a. m. 4:15 p.m. " Head of Canon 11 a. m.; S p. m. " Amador Mill 11:16 a in.; 1:15 p. m. " Buliionville 11 45 a. m.; .45 p. m. A Faaaenaer Car will accompany each train. The trains run by the meridian tune. JOSEPH W. NE8BITT, Superintendent, H. C. CBAPIN, nw-tf Paasensw a Freight Aft. THE STATE BANK OF NEVADA, C3 UlZm O. X. XI. XL. VJ u, isis. AND AFTER MONDAY, 8EPTEMBKB Trains will leave OUDKM dallys a follows: 5 lAO p. M. Pasaenaer Train for Bscramentc and nan Francisoo. P. M. Freight Train for Sacramento and Ban Franclaco. T. H. GOODMAN. General Passenger sad Ticket Agent. A. N. Towns. General Buperistent. uiUU An Intibibtinu Dihcovmt. A brief bnt interesting account of a discovery in Egypt is published iu the "Proceedings," of the Society of Antiquarien. An Eng lishman traveling on the skirts of Siani noticed small blue stones lying in the beds of dried-up torrents, and brought a few to England, where he learned that they were torquoisea of good quality. He went back to Fgypt, made further re searches, built a bouse at the junction of three valleys, and aided by friendly na tives whom he took into his service, he discovered the torquoise mines formerly worked by the aucient Egyptians, to gether with some of their tools, and the places where they ground and polished the stones. So now torquoises are dug from those old rocks and sent to Eng land. Ancient iron-work, have also been discovered with huge heaps of .lag piled around them. A specimen of this slag on being tested was found to contain 63 per cent, of iron, which favors the sup position that it would pay to smelt the whole mass over again. To protect these valuable deposits, the Pharaohs built for tilicationB and u barrack and a temple tor the troops, relics of which still remain. Delinquent in office., Day of sale.', Ciiai . No. .Nov. . .'25 cts Dec. 16 .Jan. 8 H. Neal Secretary Office Kooiu 33 Ilayward's Building, Ban ranciaco. MSWABBi Assessment No. 6 Levied... Dee. 1 Amount per share $1.60 Delinquent iu office Jan. 4 Day of aale Feb. 4 Secretary David T. Betiley Omce 401 California street, San Francisco Ol'UK MARKET REPOHT. Caalt Prices. Compiled by S. AaalM a: Bao. Wholesale. KeUil Union Paoifio Railroad TIME TABLE. TTNTIL FCR1HER NOTICE, TRAINS WITJ J leave and arrive at Ogden daily, as tollom Leave. Dally express, 1:30 a. m.; mixes J0 p. m ; freight, 10 JO a. m. AaarrE. Daily express, 6:10 p. m. ; mixed, p. la.; frelaht, :10 a. an. Daily connections made at Ogden with I'tah Central Railroad from Bait Lake City 11 points in Southern Utah. At nrran. with stages lor tne sweerwaicr mines. At Cheyenne, with Denver Pacific Railroad. for Denver. Central City, Georgetown and all points in Colorado ana new siexico. At Omaha, with Chicago and Northwestern; Chicago, Rock Inland and Pacific; Burlington and Miamuri River: Ksnssa City. Bt. Joa and Council Bluffs Rallrosds, and Missouri river luis of steamers, for all points east and south. Ticketa for aa e to all points east at omce of Wells. Fargo Ji Co., East Temple street, end st the offlce of ths I'tah Central Railroad. In Salt Lake City: also at tne Union Fsclho Railroad ticket office, in Ogden, at which oftlca bertha on aleeoiuB-cara can be secured. Arrangements have been made whereby pas sengers desiring to visit Denver, on their way East, can avail tuemaeives oi sn excursion rats from Cheyenne to Denver, and return, at greatly reduced rates. For particulars snd sll Information In regard to nsssaee. srbtr at the ticket offices. Passeugers should M careiui to secure tneir nasaajifl tickets to all eastern snd southern points via Omsha, and thus avail themselves of a tnrougn Sleeping-car, oomionauie eccommooa tl'ins aud quick tune. 1 nun. u. nmuAU., General Ticket Agent. T. E. SICKLES. su3Stf Chief Engineer and Superintendent. Wkndki.l Phillifi on thk Saxon. In a lecture in Boston ths other evening, Wendell Phillips is reported to have said: " It does not suit our Saxon men to use their muscle. The genuine Yankee dis dains work; he makes hi. braina work for him. This i. not the age of work; we work through invention, through .agacitv. We stand to-day in Boston aud laboriously lay a wire to San Fran cisco, 0,000 mile, away; and with one man at each eud of the wire we .end a message, nnd think it a grand achieve ment. But the men at each end know what is aent, and could betray the confi dence reposed in them if they pleased. e think we nave reacned tne goal, but the putient ingenuity of the Sukon blood of the Yankee race, will keep at work until, finally, in your grand-children . day, it will saud a message from Han Fruncisco to boston without a wire; no man at either end will know what the message is, and it will run both ways at the same time. We are only touching just ths edge or fringe of the garment, and undoubtedly electricity superseding steam, will light our houses, perhaps lift us into the air, carry u. across the world, and absolutely make man the lord, with out a movement of creation. Crashed Sugar 6 lbs. for f 1 00 Golden Mat Sugar t lbs. for II 00 Pulverized Buuar 6 35 esse Cslifornis Breakfast Bacon ... 30 Hams, California 30 " Banded 33 Chicago Csnvased Bacon 30 Beans, sll kinds 10 Apples, dried 15 Peaches, dried 15 Cuffee, Costs Rlcs 25 Coffee. Jsva 33', Tes, M. M. It Co 70 Tea, Basket 70 Tea, Japan 60 Lard, California 18 Lard, Chicago IV Cheese, Gilroy 23)4 Syrup, Golden 00 keg Candles 4 00 box Soap, 0. 0 i 60 box Soap. Castile 25 Matches 9 60groespkg2S Yeast l owders. P. snd M.....9 80 doa can 36 Royal Baking Powders 2 60 dos Crackers, sll kinds 16 H Pickles. Cutting's 4 60 keg Mackerel. No. 1 4 60 kit Codfish. Eastern 15 Herrings, Dutch 4 6(1 keg Rice 6 60 mat Currants 21 St Corn Starch .. 'JO Citron 75 Navy Tobaccos 70 canned Tomatoes, do. string ueans. do. ureen Peas, do. Corn, do. Oysters, do. Pis Fruits, do. Condensed Milk, do. Salmon, $4 75 per dox. or 8 cans for $1 36. 35 33) 35 2'JX 12 H 19 18 l 36 75 75 JO 20 26 36 12 H 80 can 25 18 ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES DEPARTURES. SV TBAVIS a OO.I SAU1LTOS UB: A A Piper. A nkw circulating library, imported oi gars, tobacco, stationery and confection wy at J, Levin 4 Co.'., opposite Hamil ton . saloon. Main itreet. Photographs taken in dull weather equal to tnnaa iaVn tirinM innni days at Butterly Si Fox'. Gallery, Main riocne. d7-tf On and after Jan. 13, 1874, no passen gers will be taken by PritcharJ'. Fast rcigut iine. fast Freight daily at 8 "u pox pouna. jiat-i. BaiAD. Eight loavea of good baker's oreaa, made from California flour, for V, fcagle Bakery, Main .treet. 11 r reuaentnai. dB-tf To utaks Bre'a. money, bats of Ashlsn nl Pionku Nkws Depot, Main street C Wiederhold. Llmbwrgrr Cheese Hr.,a, Ashlna d dal-'I Whit. r. . n r. , "i mr niton. " '-- r'njr Cents, at a). Aahlna Brew's. 7-tf .White and Ormw Marias VaitorahlriS. "ttr Centa, at at. Ashlna as Bra. 'a d27-tf 8. ASHI1I A BBO. . Bues Faocx Buna, 140s worth f. , uTth,BsT wearable and eatable sonna at Aahlm Baw'a, . as 8. ASHIM a, BRO. Bint. Baowa am Bucx Baavaa Burrs, W nuj5. at i ,!"Kd Crnahed ttsa tot l.04 a, are a n abibi ue seventy bald-headed men in 'oo down from the galleries upon that Superior of absent hair without a the a r-a mjt ui .moni iwii eolingol regret that the absence ia tbing with whioh the peculiar .kill of tl -""nginee had nothing to do. , A Madisou bntnher rac.ntlv found a 'MR shawl pin in a cow he w cutting op in steaks. It is .upposed th. animal AN KKANCIUCO a rOCll REPORT. Bax Fkahcisco, January 16. Shabbs. MORNING 8 ALES. lOOOphlr-215 210 313H 215 218 (MO Gould k Curry 34 34 X 34 680 Best k Belcher -80 200 Savaue 6 04 03 94 04 00 Chollar Potosl 6a 63 )t 3.U Hale A Norcross 03 62 m,b3 1 Crown Point 108 110 108 100s30 118 ' 315 Yellow Jscket-8S am 82 1015 Imperial-7)4 71 7ttb30 480 Hintiire Mill 614 t'i 1230 Kent Jck-'Jl 30 30K 21 21)4 21SW0 21 21 HsSO 21O30 30 J! Alnhs 60 70bS 70 69 660 BeTcher-111 111 H 114b90 1131)30 11 1M 112(4 280 Confidence 11 14 11)4 225 Con Vlrgiala 67 66 75 100 Sierra Nevada 27 27)4 340 Daney 2 It 160 Exchequer 31 31)4 S'J',b30 60 Beg Belcher 130bl 10 120bS 15 113 935 Overman -85x30 88 SO 9006 14 87 H 70 Justice 10 9 200 Buckeye 1J IS 10 Succor 3 670 Lady Bryan 75o ISO Julia H 309 Caledonia 33 33 34b30 150 Knickerbocker 6. 50 Globe 2 770 Baltimore Con t 60 Bacon 6)4 loo Arizona and Utah 2 H 300 Utah ) 700 California 38 40b3O 39 160 Sliver Hill U 114 11 60 Eclipse-X 175Davton 7H 1110 Pictou 1 75c 17140 30 Dardanelles e 50 Rock Islsnd 3 345 NY Oon-6 4!4! 4X 380 Occidental -4 Si 4M 4)tb80 70 Senator IK 260 American Flat 7 T)tb30 8u0 Tyler m 930 Union Con 18 19 20 200 Fslrmount 1 M 140 Woodvllle 9 100 Silver Clond 1H K Mint 600 ISO Lady Washington 159 Kossuth. 100 Red Jacket 350 1330 Beg Bock Island 1 1 Si 1 H 190 Leo 70c 400 Amador Con 2 9 X 3D JaooD l-lltie a 950 Andas-19X , 800 South Star 1)4 8)4 IMS) Washoe Con 12Xb3 AFTIRMOOS BALKS. (36 Meadow Vslley-lSsJ 13 13 X US "HbSS m Rsymand k Ely-45 44 45bSO HX 106 Kureks Con 13 13 X US S0Piocbe-7 6X 400 Page k Panaca -1 75 American Flag (X 100 Bowery 75o lTOHutan AHuut-lX IH U 100 Peavine 10c 6T0 Bolmont-22 31 X SIX 22X30 150 Ingoniar 75o 100 Chief ot thsHlll-lX 324 Newark 3X SsSO 920 Kentucky 400 46o 650 Monitor (Belmont) 6X 115RyePstoB-X tl Dorado south X 6S 440 Hayes IX IX , ano Parollne IX i 500 Watson X SX - 400 Joaeuhlns 9 . 530 North Belmont IX I , . ... 100 Prussian 3 3 X 480 Bt Pstrlsk 16T4 116 Oederberg 4 401 Golden Chariot-30 20 X 21 70 Ma Kllmore 7 SX 400 Mahogany-oXba lX i SOOBouthOhsrlot 13X WbSO 725 Brnplrs (Idaho)-X 40 Red Jacket IX 160 Mammoth 40o 150 War Eagle-4X 3 35 30 35 18 35 26 76 Board of Dlrvetorai JOHN P. KELLEY President CHA8. A. WIEDERHOLD Vies President CHAB A. WIEDERHOLD Seoretary JOHN GABBER J. W. WRIGHT, H. g. LUBBOCK A. BROWN, HARRY I. THORNTON. Attorneys I THORNTON, KELLEY a GABBER DEPOSITS RECEIVED, EITHER ON OPEN account or to issue oertincauss therefor pay able on demand. EXCHAXUK DRAWN I'PON NEW YORK aud EAN FRANCISCO, And other principal cities of the 1. B. Also npon LONDON, DUBLIN, PARIS, BERLIN) And sll of the priajpsl cities of Europe. Currency Bought and Sold. Collection Promptly Made. Kailicad and Mining Stocks Bought anil Sold on Ccmnibsinn. f" Money Loaned on Stocks. u Correspondents i LAII)LAWeCO..Agentsof thsBankl . of Calilornis s'w u,l BANK OF CALIFORNIA, snd) J. H. LATHAM k CO.. Stock! San FrauC 0 Brokers 1 iSffllanfotts. OR. C, HARENBERC, sw-jPhysioiaa j, surgeoa OFFICX OK MEADOW TAIillt STREET, la Logan's Lodging House, Hpeelsl attention paid to private diseases. Cure guaranteed or money refunded. Office hours, 10 a. m. till 2 p. aa. Evening, from 6 to 9. , r7-U LOST ! DEPOSIT RiCEIPT No. 6886, FOR 175.00, drawn December f, 1873, by J. at. Bclbert, Agent Wells, largo k Co., and ia favor of John Donoghue. All parties are forbid negotiating for ths same, ss payment has been stopped. d23-lm JAMES NESBITT. JOHN WEARNE. NESBITT &. WEARNE, C03IMISSIOX MEKCIIATS. Dealers In Produce, Groceries and Provision.. Lower Main street, Ploehe. Ja8-tf PIOCHE STOVE-WOOD COMPANY'S MILL. IBT40A7T3 77-a040X3. SHERWOOD d( BRO. tavino EREfmrrj a raw xttt.t. ts TOWN XI are now prepared to deliver Btovs Wood, cut in lengths snd split to order, on the ahorteat notice. n26-tf FRED. M. PIERCE, Bup't. Retiring from Business! J. G0HN oc BBO. TTOtXD BEHPECTTILLT ASmOtXOE .0 V T the cttiuns of fiucb and Liuooln oouuty that th-y will for the next ukriy (lays ofl their inimenM rttxk of Clothing and Dry Good, Boola and Shoeft. Hats and Cap, tr At San FrancUco First Cost! 3 Din dftrruiintil to tell ttt. will ull. without reaerra. Oh-a Ua a call before porrhaiiug elwuliMe. J. COHN .fc BRO., Main street, opposite Meadow Yalle, PIOCHE, KEV. Jal-tf jal-tf. J. W. WRIOnT, Bank alautger. Utah. Central Railroad. I'lMK TABI.K. qiRAINS LEAVE BALT LAEE CITY DAILY X at e:w a. m. ana o:e p. ui. Arrive st ug den at Tao a. m. snd 6:46 p. m. Trains will leavs Ogden daily st 8 :40 s. m. and 6:30 p. m. Arrive at aell lass city at lo tua. m. and S:JU p. ni. Mlxod Trains U1 run dally, Sundays excepted, leaving Bait Lake City at 6 a. m. snd 6:W p. m., and Ogden st 5 s. m. aude&oa. m. au2-u WELLS, FARGO fc CO., KXt'llA.XGE, BA.KIU AN I) Express Company. BILLS OF EXCHANGE AND TELEGRAPHIC Trausfm-i oil CUicaKoaud New York, paya ble in tba principal cltiei of tbe United btatea and Canada; aluo Bills on Isondon. Currency bought and aold. Collection, and Commlaalona of all kindi exe cuted, and Ueueral fcxpmia and banking Bual neaa attended to promptly in all par la of tba u uium alette, r, u ru pe auu uanaua. Bullion bought and ADVANCES MADE ON SHIPMENTS OF BULLION; Exchange bought, DepoHita received. Aaaeaimenta paid and Divide. nils collected on Lining aioca. EXPRESS LI.NKH To CHlifornia. Nerada, Oreffon. Nebraaka. Col orado, Montana, Wyoming, Waahlnuton and Idaho Territoiiea, Britih Columbia, New York, Atlantic Btataa and Europe, Mexican runi, luaonama, uongaong, ttnanguai. FOR CHRISTMAS AND THE NEW YEAR. HIES. WHYLAND. OS LACOlIt STlltKT, XVX has just received s large assortment ot atuinerv uoous. oi every aescrirtion. aeeiuned especially for the approaching Holidays. The stock consists of every style of BONNETN, HATS, FLOWERS, FEATHEKa), ETC., ETC., of the Kewtet Colors and nirst Delicate Tints, at Beaaonable Bates. Prices to suit ths Times. dl4-ltu ee In Jacobs dc Saltan's Bloek, Main Street, Ploehe. JS2S-U J. It. 8EIBERT. Agent. Utah Southern Railroad. rimiNS LEAVE THK UTAH CENTRAL 1 Depot, bait Lake City, at 7 a m, aud t m o'clock p. m. Handy (nearest point to Little Cottonwood Canyon), st 8:iu s. m. suasau p. m. Arrive at Lehi st s. Hi. and 4 Jo p. m. Leave Lehl st 9U a. m. and 6 p. m.i Sandy, st 10:5u a. m, and 6:10 p. m. AMve st Bait Lake City at 11:3a a. m. and p. in. slu-stf CITY MEAT MARKET. VS3 M 3 Arrivals and Departures of Kaili to and from Pioche. Kaatern and Weitni MalL Arrivea about 4 p.m.: departs I a.m. Tbia mail cloaea at 75 a. iu. Salt Lake; and ft ah Mall. Arrival about T p.m.: depart 0 a. m., and ch-sue at 9 p. m. Htlto Mall -Wet-kly. Arrives Tuesday . at 11 a. m.: departs T - daya, at S p. in. All mail matter for Hlko tf not mailed before Tuesday, should be given to aoma one Inside, aud not dropptwl in the letter box. Mail cloaea at 4:30 p m. BulltonTlll and Panara. Arrivea dailr. at 11 a. m.i departs 4 p. m.i cloaea Ave iniuutee before departure. Mail mat ter for then places should be banded inside the same as Hiko. W Postofnca open daily (except Sundays and legal holidays), from V a. m. until 7 p. m.; Hun days, from 9 to 10 a. m., and 6 to 7 p. m. Letters rnffiatered from V a. m. to 7 p. m. daily except aa above. x. vt , AKiunAu, rosnnasiar. THOMPSON & G1UDIN, SUCCESSORS TO A. C. GORDON, IMPORTERS AND WH0IJC8ALI DBALIRB IN Wines, Liquors tfc Cigars Fire-Proof Building, La cour street, Kaxt Door north of ths Postof&oe, PIOCDB - . - NEVADA. Goods Takenjn Storage. IN CON1SKCTION WITH TH ABOVE j neat Sample Room Is attached, where nothinc but Itae Uqaere selected from the sbova stock will be dispensed, which will ba presided over by Mr. h. MoAIe IS IKK, who wm be f lad to sea nis old iri.aus. myU-tt THE MEADOW VALLEY HOTEL and SALOON AT BULLIONVILLE, HAVWO BBEN BEFITTED AND RE STOCKED throughout, is now open for ths reception of tus pnblic. TAN SLYKI FERRY k MoPHKHHON, Proprietors. BoHloa Tills, Nav., Jsn. t. Hit. Jse-tf Granger Chop-House, taarour at MRS. RICHARDS. irToorieiresa. THIS HUUHK WILL ocened to the public. on MONDAY MIGHT, Jan. 13 and will be kept aa a first-class Chop-House. Meals at all hour of the day or night; Meals cooked to order. Oysters in every style. Jall-tf LOST. ERTIF1CATE OK DEPOSIT. So. MM, j drawn by Walls, Fargo k Co., January 12, 1814, In favor sf w. B. uottnn, tor sxw, All parties are forbid negotiating tor in. same, ss psyment nas nesn sioppeu. JlCml R. M. COOK, ASSATBR. TiECEIVraO OFFICE, NEXT D00B TO AV Johnston's stable. Ores of every description esrsfully aassyed. Bullion snelted and assayed. Bullion bought. aS-tf B. CASUX oahul a roz, (TOOK IROKIRI, 401 MOXTOOataTY ITKIXT, satis aaa rrsaetaco, Oal. tf Utah Northern Railroad. 'RAINS LEAVE C0R1NNK AT 1:30 P.M. lesvs Losan st S: s. m.. to connect with trains for Ogden snd Bait Lake. au2a-u (HRKM1S PRESENTS ! aTTJIV Aa.JEAjeiA. v ri l f, A lot of Bluck and Colored Bilks, Drsas Goods, I,ar. Handkerchiefs Kid Gloves, and Fancy Goods, Suitable for Christmas Presents. A LL PURCHASED SINCE TBE PANIC J in New York, and will bt sold at greatly ltedaced prices, at JAS. FINLAYSON'S, dia-lm Main Street. First door above Ralpln's ITsrdwsrs Store, MAIS STREET PIOCHE, NEVADA MaJ. PECK cV. Co., Proprietor frilllS NEW MARKET HAS JTJST BEEN X opened, and is ntted up in first-class style witn sverytning couvenitnt snd necessary. FRESH, SALT AND DRIED MEATS Of all kinds, sud alwsrs tbe very beat tba country anorus; auen as Beef, Pork, Mutton and Veal. Sausage of all Kinds. Tbe Proprietors will do their best to Dleaaa and satisfy all customers. RvndurtMl Tallow for Mills and Min- lujjr Purposes. All orders delivered free of charm, and fam ily cus ton. solicited. GIVE 1(4 A CALL I NOTICE! lilly, the Milk Boy, WISHES ALL HEADS OP FAMILIES AND Hotel and Kestsursut keepers to under stand that bs does not sell pig swlll milk, but mat His Cows are Fed on Bran He is in with no Combination! HE GUARANTEES' TO GIVE PI UK MILK. Billy, the Stage Boy ! STAGE LEA VIS AT 4 O'CLOCK P. M. EVERY afternoon for Buliionville. 27-tf W. CTJLVERWK.LL. Clothing and gt"l! tSoods. B. B. Uott, Js., I O. U. Fish, I Jobs O. atoXT, Sacramento. tioens. Eureka. MOTT. FISH & CO., Meadow Valley st. PIOCHE -- NEVADA, IMPORTERS And Dealers is HARDWARE. MILL AMI MIM.Mi GOODS. Dncont's BlastiDZ Powder. Giant Powfier aM Caps CaGules and Fuse, Blacksmith's Hardware, Iron and Steel, TOVES And Tinware. fe4-M H1NINO COMPANIES. Followlnff are the principal Mining Companies on tbs San Francisco Stock Boards, together with the number of feet In each mln. and ahsrea to each foot: NEVADA MINING COMPANIES. MALLET'S MARKET. AT TUB OLD STAND, OK Main St., Opposite Lacour Is th Place to Buy The Best and Cheapest MEAT IN PIOCHE. Ft. in Shsl Mine, in ft . 900 .3,000 H1NB. Adams Hill Alsmo Alpha Con. Alta.. Am. Flat Am.t l'UU..l,M .ansae 300 Bacon Mill... 64 Baltimore C.. - Belcher 1.040 Belmont Best a Belch. Kt too 316 20. SO 10 w m Bowers Bucksve.. Bullion 9,600 10 Caledonia.... .,000 4 Central 150 12 Central No. 1. 100 900 Chollar-Ptsi . 1.800 11) Columbus.. .10.000 t Confidence... 130 C. G. H.grts. 34 Con. Virgin is. 1,160 Cook k Oe;er 1,600 Crown Point. 000 Dsnev 1.000 Dsrdanellas.. 1,100 Eclipse 70 El Dorado 8.. Empire Mill. II Eureka Con.. Exchequer... H) Flowery 3,000 Franklin Olobs Gould.Curry 1,100 Hale Norc . 400 Horns Ticket. Imperial 1st Indus - Inaurano..,.. 9.01S) Jackson Jacob Little. . blv ntrraicT. 600 30 IS 166 11 10 Ml 66 1 90 4 Ft. In Shs ansa. Mine. In ft Julia l.ooo li jJunlata Con.. .,000 Justice 3,000 K. K. cou..., Kentuck 85 Knickerborkr 1,100 Lsdy Bryan . . McMahon.... 1,000 McMeans.... 3,600 Mint 1,600 31k Mocking Bird 1,100 IS Monitor Balm Murphy 1,000 90 Nevada 3,000 13 k .1. ion von. ..coo 10 occidental... 800 11 X Ophlr 1,400 11 Overman .... 1,100 10S pnentx Ph. Sheridan. 1,200 Pictoo. l.ooo Kock Ialand.. Savage soo Seg. BelcUer.. 100 Sg. Caledonia Henator Sierra Nevada Silver Hill... Silver West C. S. Overman . . . Standard Mill Star Con....lA,000 Starlight sterling. Sucoor... Sutro . . . Trench 10 ISO iTyler 1,100 II tmoncon... w.ws Utah Woodvills.... 1,400 10 Yellow Jacket 1,'JOO 20 Y.llowstena.. Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork, SAUSAGES AND SAUSAGE MEAT. Don't fortfot tha placa. OSL If. ABADK k CO. CLOSING OUT BES1XESS!! B WILL SELL OUR IMMENSE STOCK of 10 IS . 6.SU0 3S ! 7.600 600 37H Alps Amador Tun. Am. Flag Bowery (inanmel, M . Charter Oak 1,000 90 Chief of the Chl.f I Ext.- Condor Exclsior.... Hsrper.. Bermes 1.000 Huhn a Hunt 1.600 Ingomar 1.000 Ivanao... Kentucky Kinston... Lehigh ... Lillian Ball.. 1,000 If Loots. 1,400 UM Marion Mtad.Vall.y.24,(3 IX nawara sou 40 Pacific Tun . . Page a Pana . 1.400 Its Peavln. 1.000 80 Pioche 1,000 10 Pioche W. Ex Pioch Phenli Portland IS iRaymond a E.,000 . to Silver Peak I Spring Mount 90 S. Mtn. Tun . 30Wrd Beecher.- 30 W. a Creol... M0 ISO ..1.000 ..1.000 ..1,000 warn rnt.. 0-n. Lea.... .1,000 J0lO.Uldd.nTr. 800 1f Mammoth.... 1. soo 10 SilvwW.v.. . Noonday 1,000 10 Wrd Beecher. ' CALIFORNIA MINING COMPANIES, Alpln. Bellevu... Calavarss. Cederberg. Cob. Amador., Csttonwood C Dandsrberg... El Dorado I M lurska. Olllls .l.Kn 10 s.tsw .t 1.6S0 11 Independent. 1,800 14 Key. tone Cjts. Mt. JetTeraon.l.SOO 1QS OakvlllaQU.. Ry. Patch.... St. Lswrenc. . St. Patrick... 1.800 11 Tecumaeh. . . 3,000 10 YuKGraval.. to. li w Iron, Steel, Shelf Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Mill and Milling Goods, AT LESS THAN COST! W. will manufsctur. sll kinds of Shet-lron. Tin and Copper War. st th. ACTUAL COST of material and labor. This is a legitimate Closing Out Sale, ss we hav. fully dstermined to retire from this busi ness. dJO-tf J. I. HALP1N a CO. ir. us, tvt atxx:. FORWARDINC ....AMD.... lOMMISSIOI MERCIIWT. WHOLESALE DEALER Flour, Grain, & General MGrctantiise, TOANO(C.P.R.E ) NEVADA, Will Receirs and Forwsrtt Frrteht to ... .AUU. All Parts of Eastern Nevada ....AND.... Idaho Territory, WITH DISPATCH AND AT tOWEST Going lUtes. Mark UotxU 'Crs F. F. Marx, Ton no, Nevada.' JAS. CRONAN, Agent at Pioche, Sheriff Sale. BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION IB8UEB out of tbe District Court, J a sud lor tliu County of Lincoln, btste of lSevadA, sntl to m directtd and delivered, for a judgment rendered In said Court on the lid dsy of January, A. D. 1874, in favor of i. IS. Williams and sgainst Thus. F. Usnky. K. J. lUuhy, Jsmss bliea, A. Bocqueras, U. W. Chwsley, J. ti. Joues and A. Buck, for tlis sum of tlire thousand tight bun. dredand tLirty-six W1U du liars, dsnjagea, to sether with seven hundred and ttu 131U) dol Tars, tax costs snd attorney's fees, snd sll accru ing costs, 1 have levied on the following proper ty, to wit: All of that certain town lot ailusted ia lt town of Pioche, Lincoln county, biata of Ne vada, described ss follows: Fronting twenty-two fert on the southerly side of Meadow alley street, in Pioche, and extending hack southerly, the same width, one hundred teet, and bound d csBterly by lot owned snd occupied by Clute A Young, snd on which stsnds their stone and brick atore, and bounded westerly ty lot owutd andocrupltd by John O'Neil, merchant tailcr, and being the same lot on which atands ston snd brick building recently erected by the said Thos. F. Hsu ley, d ftignsted on the front there of as "Armory Hall," two stories high, ninety six feet in length, and tweuty-two fttt in width, with all and singular the tenements, lured la ments, etc., thereunto belonKinff. Notice is hereby given that on Saturday, Ilia Slat Buy at Juuuii), A. 1. M at V o'clock m.. I will sell all tha right, title and interest of said defendants in and to the above described property, at the Court House door, ia Pioche, Nevada, at public auction, for caih iu hand, to the hiKbest and best bidder, to aatislr said executiuu and all costs. W. 8. TRAVIS, Sheriff. By B. H. Hsfixroro, Deputy blitritr. Pioche, Nov., Jauusry 6, lftTl. JaS-td T Great Reduction in Prices ! mo BE HAD AT THE COFFEE FACTORY, Lacour street, near the Court Houne. 3 One-Pound Package of I he best Customer Coffee for $1 00 1 Bplces of All kinds cheaper than any w hi re else. Fresh-roasted Peanuts t pounds for II 00! Always on hand, Truffles, Musbrwiu, Claret, best Ooguao, and a variety of French delkaciss. Also, an immense stock of Gas Balloons and Bubber Trumpets for the Holidays. Rest au ran ta and the trade supplied at very low rates for cash. datO-lm DUITY k HERRING, Proprietors. iflK KOKICRl'CIAN VERE A SECT CF Philoaophers who nouriahed in Genua uy urlna the seventeenth century, and prosecuted profound rescarcbes into Natural Science and Occult Philosophy, and sought to discover tha ELIXIR OF LIFE. Although seme superstition msy have beeu developed among them aud other Alrhemiata iu search for the Elixir Vits, yet there Is scientific truth at the bottom or all Aicnemy snd Astroio. gy. They were iuiprefscd with the properties of HERBAL PREPARATIONS, And found dynsmlc and psychologic force ia the extract of certain plant. E. A. FARGO & CO., IMPORTERS & JOBBERS OF- BRANDIES, WINES Anr uquohs, 810 Frostt st., Carsiar Comansrctat at., BAN FHANCISCO. To the Unfortunate. NEW REMEDIES I NEW REMEDIES! DR. GIBBON'S DISPENSARY, SVTO. MS KEARNY STREET, Change of Proprietorship in Bul iionville. S. ABRAHAMSON, svocassoa to KTIS3 s UCBTXNBTi:: HAVniO BOUGHT OCT Till Bf81SKB8 OF said Arm, in BulllonTills, 1 will contina. In th. asms business with a New Assorted Stook of Goods. Alt debts du. th. sboT. Ann sr. to ba collect. t& by m.. 1. ABRABAUSOX. BnlliouTllI., October 33. 1813. nS-lm IDAHO. Emplr. IMlnnesota.,.. 1,070 a.OhartM.... 7M MS sd Jacasl... Ida Kllmora.. l.aoo 77 South Chariot e0 Mahafaar... 710 u Wat Gafla... 1,000 UTAH. . Dassrst0sai..liM Hmw.lliDftosi... J. HOSMER'S PRODUCE AND COMMISSION Xt Door to MALLET'S MARKET, Mala Slmt, - Plocka, N.Tada. ssa.tr WANTED. THBEX OB FOUR KPEST8, TO LOOK OUT for Johnny Clark's Faro Gam between bow sad Chrlstmss, aa thera Is a freat deal of suonay as sraae ana STtryininf must goon rtf bt. oy orufar o i ins dn-tf i coumrru. COR NER Oommercial, San Francisco. Private entranoa on Oommercial stwa. Established in 1864, for the treatment of Bexual and Heminal Dlseaae. such aa Gonorrhea, Oleet, Stricture, Syphilis in all forms. Seminal Weakness, In. potency, etc., etc. Skin diseases of years standing, and Ulcerated L.era. etc.. successfully ireaieu. DR. O IB BON has the pleasure of announcing that he haa returned from visiting tha principal Hospitals of Europe, and haa resumed practice. Tne uoctor naa spareo neiiner unie nor mouev In seeking out new remedies, snd hss returned with increased facilitlea for alleviating human Buffering. Hem 1 si sii w vasisiOBa. Bminal amission is conseaueuca of scl abuse. Thia solltai Tlce, or depraved sexua. indulizenca. la practiced by tha youth of notn aexea to an almost unlimited extent, producing with unerring certainty tha following train of morbid symptoms, unieas comDaitea oy acien tifto medical measures, vis: Sallow countenance, dark bdoU under tne eyes, pain in the bead. nns. lng in the ears, noise Ilka the rustling of leaves or rattling of chariots, uneaaineaa about tha loins, weakness oi tne nmrja. ooniuseu vision, blunted intellect, losa of confidence, diffidence In approat'bing strangers , a dislike to form new acauaintant'es. a disposition to shun aocfeity. ions oi memory, pimpiea ana various eruptions about tha face, hectic flushes, furred tongue. ustia nreatn, cf'uena, eonsumption.niant sweats, monomania and frequently insanity. If relief be not obtained .you should apply immediately, either in person or by letter, and have a cure effected by his new and scientific mode of treat- lng disease, wnics never talis of enecting a quel ana raoicai cure. CwrI rat Uema. Feraona at a distance may ba CTJltKP AT HOMK.byaddreaaing latter to Dr. Gibbon, stating case, aymptoma, length of time tha dis ease haa ooavtlnued. and have medicine promptly forwarded, free from damage and cunoaity, to any part of tne country, witn ruil ana piain mi recttons lor use. PunnM wrttttiff to tha Doctor will please stsl tha name of tha paper they aaa thia advertiaa By enclosing 110 lo cein In a registered letter through the Fostofllos, orthiwugh Wells, Fargo Co.. a package of msdlcina will toforwsidot lo any part of the Union. .... an sv.-ssi.ftM itwMiT aowMsnaai. vs, , . wiMun, Addreaa. aii-iy Bos 19T, an Franoisoa, Cal. PIPIFAX, Is due to the repearcbea of a lesmed scholsr of Kurope smong the archlyesof tha Rosiernclana, It is niads of TWENTY DIFFERENT HERBS, Gathered at sucfi seasons of tha year when their juicea are strongest and virtues ummpslred, forming a combination unrivalled in tha mate ria niedlca. PIPIFAX la an enemy to all corruption It assists snd fortinea Mature. Its manner of operation ia to Drive to I ho Extreme Parts And through the pores of the skin and all emunctories of tha body, the bad humora whit'h molest it, giving relief even In diseatea the most refractory snd difficult to cure, such as Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, Constlpstlon, Hick Head ache, Nervous Weakness snd Billionpnesa. It ia pleasant to the taste, mild in its set Jon, marvel, ous In its effects and unsurpassed as a tonic. Used as a beverage iu malarious districts It neu trslizes miasma and prevents fever snd ague. Sold by all Druggists, Grocers snd Liquor dealeia. Depot aoV Front street, Ssn Francisco. Bl7-Smis Notice to Lien Holders. IS THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE 8F.V. en lb Judicial District, in and for Lincoln county, Nevada. O. P. Sherwood and William B. Sherwood, Plaintiffs, against Thomaa F. Banley, K. J. Hsnley, J. N. Williams, Jimee Shea, A. Boc 3ueraz, and R. afi-Kee. and G. W. Chealey.and . S. Jones, Defendants. Notice is hereby given that O. P. Sherwocd and William H. Sherwood, plaintiffa above named, have commenced an action in tha above entitled Court, against Thomaa F. Hanley and others, to enforce a Hen for the sum of seventeen runnred sixty-nine and seventy-eight one hun dredths dollars, gold coin, and interest thereon from July 9tb, 1873, against that certain two storied brick and stone building and tha lot on which the same stands, situate on tha south side of Meadow Valley street, adjoining on tha went ine pLremisea now occuptea ny . w. Clute; tne said lot fronting twenty-five feet on said Meadow Valley street and extending back in a southerly direction, at right angles to said street, one bun dred feet, more or leas (known aa lot nine In block twenty-five) and being the premises on which stsnds that certain brick snd stone build ing known as and called Armory Hall. -' Said lien la claimed under and by virtue of an Act of the Legislature of tbe Stats of Nevada, approved Uarch 4th, A. D. 1871, and all persona holding or clsiming liens against or npon aaid E remises, under the provisions of said Act, are ereby notified to be and appear befere said Court at the Court House in the own of Pioche on Friday, tba OOtk slay mf Jasiataryr, A. D. 1874. at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, tha same being a diy of a regular term of said Court, and to exhibit then and there tha proofs of their said liens, as provided in said Act. And all liens not then so exhibited and proved will be deemed waived in favor of those liens so exhibited and proved, aa in said Act provided. O. P. SHERWOOD, WILL.AM H. SHERWOOD. Btawor ft fiasnv, Plaintiffa' Attorneys. Pioche, Ne-., Deo. 19th. 187a. d30-td Ja7-td TEE DAILY ALTA CALIFORNIA, TUM OLDEST AKD- BIST HtWSPAPtB Franeiaoo. California. SaranrlnUosanoaiTCd b; wixcnaoLO.