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UiJ rrrrr d.y isloodsj- .nc-i.t-41 . KUIXAXD CO. ncs.TbT HH Of LACOIB IISIBT, tT Kail r Esprrs. I" ,,, Months , Month.. TIMS UAH. RECORD ,. Aelwiwl ia norbe. Bullion-Ill. and Bass 1 i m it Kifty payabl. AGENTS. , t'HANE, 40 Mooter St.. Ian rrsurtaro .taSk" H"" Th. V" Horm and Wild Ma of Wnltn Kliiui Currrtpondeno of tin Topeka Commonwealth, t n'liiibers of wild bones abound lh nrairies between the Arkansas and k. Hill ri- TIk-T re ' all E ' ("olurt. and rs tUe wildest of all .annuls. They usually foam in UuA ot six 'o lwuty, and will tun at lbs ir;ht ol a man two miles away. A re4t "many douiestiu hones, as well as r..,,i. which tars strayed away from tlirir oatiera, have taken op with the -1.1 onea. Afier running with them for awbil bfoome as wild as their un tamed cinipaiiionH. Various methods linve been adopted to capture these abor iginal Lorsei. but they have ijeutrally proTtd fruitleas. A scrubby cult, or a hrukt-u down mule are, as a general tliiug, the ouly reward lor all the time, I.,lmr' aud expense in such visionary icuenxs. Settlers on the frontier would l.nil their speedy extinction as a blessing. f, ,r hen their domestic minimis pet with thi iu their recovery is simply out of the .TnHtiun. F.ter since the first emiL'raut turned hit footsteps towurd the facino, this country bus been lutested with tuur ouybly orpanized gang of highwaymen imd horse thieves, and few hava reached thrir destination without losine stock lhtv hover around an emigrant train like vultures over a carcass, waiting for 11 luvoruble momeut to pounce upon their ini-uBuectiu'' prey. I know of one out- lit, the Chicago Mining Company, that !(-ft this place in the Spring for Silver Citv. that bad nearly all their stock. sunn? seventy-five bead, stolen before tbry g t ball way to their destination. Tie expedition had to bs abandoned, mid most of the party returned sadder but wiser men. Seldom or never is a horse-thief arrested; and if, by soma hocus pocus, one is gobbled, it U simply impossible to convict bim, as he always Ima a lot of "friends" ready and anxiona (u prove bis innocence. Hut their day has come. The country is being settled by a class of people, thut will protect themselves against these outlaws, and compel them to seek other climes to car ry on their neianous work. PIOCB irn DAILY RECORD. VOL. VII. PIOCHE. NEVADA. SUNDAY. JANUARY 18. 1S74. NO. 103. Tn Old HoMisTiin.Tt La ana good to go back to the old homestead, periodically. If this experience were needed to make anv one have faith in tl. doctrine that syery family should have us nome, i wi.n every on could have a similiar experience to mine. It was when I was born . Blessed bs the man or women who was born on a farm ! No! that is not correct. Blessed is the man or woman who was born on farm, and can go back to it, to his aud her parents, after thirty or forty vears ol exnerienca inocaing ooont the world, and jostling against all classes ol humanity! .That is better! Think of it! To go home what a word and straight into the arms of the good mother who bora you, and leel both your hands taken in the warm ones of the grand old father the austere, up right (always), and exacting old father of your boyhood who, by look, quiver of lip, tremulous of excitement aud joy, gives you more touching "wel come home" than could bo revenled in all the caresses conceived of I say all this is worth living for! Rural New Yorker. "-MisrtUatuous. J as. S. Smith & Co. Stock Brokers, Main Street, Throe doors Mow Wells, Fargo & Co, PIOCHE, NEVADA. :IT A.Y.0 SELL STOCKS .:;;icn.r o.v commission. Currency Bought and Sold. SAN' FRANCISCO 11ROKERS: Itssri. WOODS & FSEEBOKX. Jyie-tf o.o. aroma. Beech, ok New Ykah's Dat "Com rx; Dos t Kiko thi Bklx.." The apart ment in which Mr. Beecher received his guests was beautifully decorated with mre paintings, entwined with evergreens The visitors iuclnded many members of Ilev. Buddiugton's church. Mr. Beecher remarked that in June last bs was 111 years of age, and his life all through hsd been remarkable. In three or four years he believed he would be held in greater esteem by the manses. During the day over 800 people had called, and he felt wearied. It was pleasant, though to him to receive the congratula tions of so large a number of friends. The notice on the door wss: "Welcome to all; come in don't ring the bell, N Y. Times, Jan. 2. San Francisco Fruit Store. Coschina & Gi'jstin, CORNER MAIN AND MEADOW YAI LEY sTS., PIOCHE, NEVADA, Dealer. In Foretell snd Domealic Frait. Conlection.rr snd Toys, and General Produce, Fin. Havanna Cigars and Tobacco, Fresh Limes, Lemons, Oranges, ALWAYS OS HASH From I. Ivancovicli & Co. The largost and best wholeMle house In San Franslsco j.7-tf TUB MODOCS IN THEIR EXILE, The correspondent of the Chicago Ad vance, at Baxter Springs, Kansas, gives us a peep at the exiled Modocs in their lie reservation sdjoining that town. I have just been watching, she says, the leuiaauts of Captain Jack's band as tbey piled themselves and their small belong ings of babies, bundles and dogs into couitnon farm wagons, and streamed off across the prairie, gorgeous in their new Hcurlet blnnkets as a procession of cardi nals, but not iu the least terrifying. And have uot the inhabitants of onr town call it Saint's Kent, if you please slept the sleep of the just every night for a week past, knowiug that ouly two white men guarded us from 150 Modoos? Bo- hold us, not even a smok-house burned, nut even a chicken roost plundered; and. instead of carrying off our scalps, has not Bogus Charley left a portion of his own blue-back locks among our romantic youug ladies? Saint's, liest is a border towu. upon the line of "the Nation Tha Quuwpaw lands lie next to it, and a portion of these are to be bought for the Modocs. Arrangements not being oom nlete on tbeir arrivul here, tbey reated with us, occupying a hotel which chanced to be vacant, until Winter quarters were built for them at the BRency, a few miles away. There are forty warriors Iftt. Scar-faced Charley, the tallest and bright est of them, is their ohief. He gets bis name from a scur on bis cheek. Bogus Charley is a stalwart, honest looking fel low whom Captain Jack proposed to have hung as his substitute, which proposition Charley had the bad tnste not to relish. His prefix come from a town of that name which conferred or received honor by association with him at some period. Shack Nnsty Jim is still another whose name every one is likely to remember. It must time been bestowed on him in irony, as be is said to be the leaBt of a shack and the least nasty of them all. l'riuoess Mary is a sister of Captain Jack. Mi? is a tall, stout, rather intelligent look ing squaw, and seems full of business, Ktirriug mush and ladling out coffee with her own royal hands. A fine bit of business tact in mnnsgiag the affairs of the Lord is shown by a Baptist church in Oswego, of which a local notice makes this announcement: "Modocs on the warpath at friUon Hall, on an evening of this week. 1 brea sen tlemen of high reputation from abroad will render several songs in Indian cos tume, war-paint, wampum and bloody culpa. This will be a very attractive feature of the exhibition given by the ladies of the ISaptist church. Dcuuyci policemen have a "soft' thing. A man there hired one of them at J per night to watch bis wile, and fhe was at the same time paying the same man $4 per night to wutch her nusband. goots anfl bof$. CONNOLLY & STEPHENS M Mammoth.? BOOT and SHOE STORE! groftssional Cards. I. F. BIKE. W. N. OBANOEE SINE etc GRANGER, Attorneys at Law BELMONT NEVADA. ALIO RRCEIVKR AND REGISTER Laud OOlee for this District, Jrt-tl DR. H. BERGSTEIN, un or sax raAHciaoo.) Physician, Surpoon and Aocouclieur, Omcs White's Bulldlnf , tha Stat Bank at Nevsds. Ilstn street, over DR. D. L. DEAL, Ornns st Dru( Store, Hsln stnet. PIOCHB, HEVADA. JsS-tf jos. h. anient. gusinfs$ Carte, 0. P. SHERWOOD, County kjavsaessBsarc LIXCOIX COI NTY, KCTAD1. II. A. FRENCH and I. V. CURTIS. Orrxca: At th Cottrt-hoas. Dtpatiee, ol-ti Alva. C. Bubof, M. D. 8. L- Lis. M Drs. BISHOP & LEE, Physicians & Surgeons, Main Street, PIOCHE SEVADA. d3-tf U. S. PATENTS FOR MINERAL LANDS. SM. WESCOATT, 1 A VINO JUST RECEIVED THH APPOINT. Mm. meutof U. 8. Deputy Miaerl burveyur fur the District of Lincon. Comity, hartbjr it Uutic to the owiier of minimi claims uid tut 11 iitei, tituaUi within tlila County, that u la now vrv wared to execute tha oeoeaaarr aurveya, ra- quirwl by Law, for partiaa wbo may ba duairoua of aucuriug tueir claiiua by a patent from the (ioTeruiuaut. All tha necessary information aa U tha requisite pr It miliary stpa will be afford ed on applying to the above, at his orUce on Meadow Valley atreel, linuimixaieiy below lue Meadow Valluy Dump House j , j(.-Hr. Vseecoatt win oonimue w Rive nis bfst attention to tuiuing aurreyuitt and engin. eering: mTil-tf MkH Fat A If CISCO A0BMT. C. W. C1UVK. MoatnriTatreat,tlou kgai fur the hmu lut.v kaoars, euifcar iMl to ooc tract and collect fur deertaae aaeuta, at our lowest caah raue, in euim. A4 Tfrtieere are requested to leaTe tltear caMeni witb bubs, m Bone ottn wui om iwtwcwata. TftCRMal UK AO V tKTimiNtt. Aeaeaament Kotleee SM Deliuqurijl Hales. p-r aquar V Poatponeuicut lwUiaUiaCee, nst aquajre,... S LbaMjlattoa otlue 10 Is A tee to Crwd iters '.. 1U Court ttunuiuoua, per square ftperial Locals Fifty lnta per line, for first, and Tub Cents foreatvli aubeeqtwut insertion. SHEA, BOCftUEEAZ & McKEE (Sccosuoaa TO BCLUVAX k CABHilAK.I Importers nd Jobber, ftf WINES AND LIQUORS sole Asurrs roa Golden Hml Tea -Kettle lleurbcm WHISKIES, Jor. Front nd Jackson M...8AN FUAXCWCO. aii-u w. w. usaor. ' .Ann. Bishop . Sabln, ATTORNEYS -T LAW. PIOCHE, LINOOLN COUIITT, KIV. syiS-tf all' next door to DENTISTRY, 4 NY ONE FA YOKING Hi WITH V thpir patronage may etjj very effort to be made to make operations as perfect aa possible. urrtCB: Main street, nocne, Ualpln'a. apitfj V. 0, rrrzBB. p. com Pitzer & Corson, Attorney! at Law, PIOCHE CITY NET ADA. P. OoasoK, U. 8. Oovwt Ooiuuwioma. OC'iD-tf JACOBS 6c SULTAN, Plocho & Bullionville. WBOUUALS A BxTAa Dkauus GENERAL MERCHANDISE, ETC. Particular sttention paid to COUNTRY ORDERS. Boltf LARGK A8- TT II surtnient of Winter Boots & Shoes Of superior qnslltr. ' blch tbey intend KlUng St V KRl IJ) The stuck comprise. Ladies, Misses, Children's and Baby Shoes Of all description.. Also s large stock of Cent's Boots and Gaiters, Of all kinds snd price.. )Or WK MAKE TO OHDKB t All kinds of Boots and Shoes ! Of superior taatorisl snd workmanship. KT RUSSIAN LEATHER 1 Water-proof Winter Boots VAETO0RI)ER. V Vt't ni.ke no inferior nor cheap work. "Va MYERS & LICHTENSTEIN, 1UCTI0I AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BRICK BUILDING, LACOCK STKEET OUT DOOR SALES MtOMPTLY ATTENDED T AUCTION SALK8 EVERY EVENING. 2VERY description of merchandise such a. Oold and Silver Jewelry, w.tche., Ulotnim) anil lur ulHhiug uoods, etc. T Oood. at Prttite sale st Auction Kates. T. D. EDWARDS, ATTORN 11 T AND COUXHELOR AT LAW, CARSON CITX, NEVADA, Will practice in ell the Courts of this State. Being Attorney for the Central Pacific Railroad Compaiiy, will obtain title to the lauds belong ing to tne iwuipany, ior any paruea wiauiun w purchase . tiavinK paia especial aiitiunon su mo irawnn before the United HtaUe Laud Ofilce for nine years, respectfully tenders his avrvicea for that branch of business. Will take necessary steps to secure the selection of laude by the Btste, and obtain pstents for the same for parties with or without their being present. Having an associate Attorney at Washington, especial attention will be gtYen to obtttining pu tents to public lands and mines, as well as suits and business gsnerally before the Dpart meats. wyjua hotels, Restaurants ti D. C. CLAHK& BROTHER STONE STORE, LOWKK MAIN STKEET. PIOCUE, NKVADA, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DUUWI Uf CtROCBRIKki, PItOVlWIONH, I'UWDKlt, AND GENEltAL MERCHANDISE. Delinquent Taxeg OTATK OV HKVAUA, COrSTT OF LIN O COLN. Notlew mt Uuli Cemuasnced To the followiog-named defendant and to all claimants to the ival estate and irnproveuents. when sssT Sst rl separately, hereinafter dcecnlwd, known er unknown: Yon are hereby notified that suits have been commenced before J. B. an Hag-en, Joetlce of the Peace, in the Justice a Court of the Township of Pun-he, (kmnty of Lincoln and Stale d Nevada, by the HUte ef lSevaiia, yiaintin, against each of tne derenuante hereinafter named aud eaeh of the follfiwuig deacribed tracu or parcels of land, with the iiu provenifUta, when separately aewtssed, and all owners of or claimants to the same, known or unknown, to recover the tax end delinquency assessed to said defendauteaKainst said property for the fiscal year commencing on the 1st day of January, A. L. Is73. aud ending tiie 31st dtty of lieoember, A. D. 173, and that a summons has been duly issued in each case; and you an- fur ther notified that unless yvu appear and antwer the complaint hied, on or before The Sd day of February, A. D. 1H14. at 1!4 o'clock m. of that day. Judgment will be taken s gainst you and the real estate and improvements herein described fur the amounts of tax and delinquency speci fied and costs ol suit. Descrlptioa of Property, M Barnes, Improvements on lot No 4 in block No Si. PHKhe; III and percentaiie $46 75. Horace Beene, poMaessory claim to lot No 52 in block no w ana tmprovemenu, riocne; tax aud oercentaue 4 67. John lJoe Black, possessory claim to lot No 37 in block mo 'i and improvements, I'locne; ui and nerceutaue 11 flf . illiam Barron, possessory claim to nouse ana lot in P snare and possessory claim to two k sections of laud, 100 acres each, at the mouth of Kttterman oauvon: Uxard percentase v w. Tim Coakley, possessory claim to, lots Koa 1, 3 and in bi'Kk no 'tv and improvements, Pioche: tax and percentage V 35. uardeuaa. poBaesBory claim u toi rio in JOB WORK, Done at the huooan office in the beet style known to tlte art; and aouMt be paid for on de livery, unleaa persons having the work doue Lsve atauding a'conuta with the office. No do viatton from this rule. myl-tl San Francisco Restaurant 33 J. buy. A Kaksas Jcdok. A Kansiu) paper tiives tbe following report of a Judge's m-n tenon, lately passed ou a arimiiial: "Brumler, you infainous scoundrel 1 Vou're au unredeemod villain I You Lain't a single redeeming trait in your character. Your vifo and family wiu we bad sent you to the Penitentiary. This is the fifth time I've had you before me, and you hare put me to more trouble than your neck is worth. I've eihorted and prayed over you long enough, you scoundrel. Just go home and take one Klimpsa at your family, and be off in short order! Don't let's ever hear of you again! The Grand Jury have found two other indictments against yon, but I'll discharge you on your own recogniz ance, and if I catch yon in thia neck of woods to-morrow morning at daylight, I'll sock you right in jail and hump you off to Jeffersonvilla in less than no time, you infamous scoundrel! If svsr I catch yon crossing your fingsr at man, woman or child white man or nigger I'll sock you right square into tbe jug. Stand up, you scoundrel, while I pass sentence on you!" Th Bcii.i or Fobtchks. If we may credit the observation of a Boston writer, there is inevitably an ascending and de scending scale ir fortunes in regard to money. That U ' say, wealthy young men begin where their fathers lett on, and end where their fathers as business men began in poverty. It follows that our millionaires of the future are the young gentlemen wbo art at present skillfully conducting the onerous details of tha peanut, candy, and boot-black stands. One clever little matoh merchant is mentioned aa one of the coming gold princes. Hsving nothing but tha power and determination to work, he borrowed, a little while ago, $25, all of which aston ishing fortune he invested in matches. He presemlv sold his stook at a good profit, psid his debt, and began bnsineas untrammeled, putting every spare dollar in the bank, and being now the posses sor of $300, a quantity of matches worth 475, and monev enoueh besides to give him daily comfort. Tbia is tbs sort of a boy to know his catechism and never go swimming on Sunday, and naturally to row up nea and respeoted. Tai Indianopolia Journal, strong Kepubhcan paper, eays that if is simply amazins that a hodv of men "who owe their elevation to the people, and who claim to represent them, should dare to ignore their wishes and refuse to execute their express command in regard to the S-lery Act." S. J. VAIOM. A. O. WTLCOS MASON & WILCOX. CITY BOOT SHOP, MAIN STREET. PIOCHE. UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE WE HAVE RE D 17 (J ED our French Screwed Bouts to the following prices: Onr Best nin Boots, Trench Screwed . . . .$10 Best Celt euch Bcrewed 12 The tame an we have been making heretofore for tlel and S15. No Imitation Nnlls feed by at. We use the latest and most improved French Screw Machine Invented, which makes the screw and turns it in the work at the isine time. Never ripe and never works through and hurts the feet. Can alwaya be teen iu operation at our shop at any time. We are making tas very best Sewed Work mat can oe naa in tne city, nota in quality, style tnd woramansnip. You ctn always get of us just what you order tnd at the exact time promised. Repairing ol all kinda dene with neatness and dispatch. oc:mf MASON it WILCOX, MEADOW VALLEY STREET, Opposite Pester Stable tilbfrled it Brleacher, Proprietors. Fresh Oyatert in every style. Open day and night fur the accommodation of tne public. n'JJ-tt JOHN ROEDER, BTONE STORE, WEST BIDE LACOCR STKEET, PIOCHE CITY, NEVADA, Dealer in Groceries, Pro visions and General Merchandise. Highest price paid for Oonntry Pruduoe. such ss rotatoes, sisrs. nutter, etc. jsa.tf J. ii & CO. MAIN HTKEKT, Maoow ViiiET St, EDUCTION of PRICES. Meals 73 CIS. (10 per Week. PURCHASE OF Walker House. OASOSTdl MICHEIj HAVINtt TAKES THIS FIRST-CLASS BE. TAURANT. an determined to eive satii. faction to their palroua. Michel has cuarse of tne culinary department. steals wui also oe aerrea or diu or tare, rrom twenty-five ccutl upwarda, us may be desired Dy RueHta. Meals st all houri. Private rooms for few Hie.. . CAUUN st MICHEL. TTAVINQ THIS 11 Wall PAY PURCHASED THK lkar House, w. are now In possession of Un two peat hotels in SaltXaka City. Of tha Walker House we deem it unnecessary to say anything In its behalf, its splendid deaiRn and elexaut uquipiuent being su well known to tha UULillC. The CIJFT HOUSE, thouh not so well known a. tha Walker House bavins been open but s few weeka is first-class In all iu spotntinents, the building being new and the furniture of the moat fashionable snd elegaut atvle. Tha location of thia house Is central and commands s splendid view oi tne iaae auu ..r anowlad mountaina and surrounding aoenery. Its local reputation Is superior to thst of sny other houae in the city. With tha above facilities st our command we feel assured in guaranteeing sstlsrsctlon to su. Respectfully, etc., K1TCUF.N BIMJH. Augnat 1, 1873. aul3-tf MEADOW VALLEY C5HOP HOUSE, PIOCUE. I JAUKs CLANCY. HAVE THIS DAY DISPOSED OF ALL MY richt snd title to the Mesdew Valley Chop House, together with the lease snd the fixtures pertaining tharato, to tteo. u. jnnnsion. Pioche, Deo. S, 1873. dll-lm tirM. BELL. HAVING RENTED THE vV abova establishment from Geo. C. John- aton. will conduct the aama as s first-class Res. taurant and Chop Houae, under the supervision aud management ol rrans Banoonmaaer. d-lf. H. R. Breakey, MINING RECORDER, NOTARY PUBLIC AKD OONVBVANOim ALSO OMMISIONEK OP DEEDS FOR CALIFORNIA AND UTAH t COLLECTIONS MADE Office, Main Street, sulO-tf Opposite Meadow Valley at. LIEBES tfc BOWMAN NORTHWEST CORNER MEADOW VALLEY BREWERY. Comer ot Mala and Meadow Valley streets, PIOCB B .... fEVADA. F. HASTEN Proprietor. THI MEADOW TUXIY BREWERY HAS been fitted up In tbe most tasteful manner snd supplied with SUPER OR BRANDS OF LIQUORS and CIGARS LAGKR BEKR fromths Splendid Brew. ery at Mesdow Vsllej. nai-tf ADOL.PH COHN & BRO., SUCCESSORS TO M. CORN, Wholesale & Retail Dealers IS CIGARS and TOBACCO And everything else appertaining to sa sstaW ll.hmant of that kind. All accounts das M. Ooba are payable to the undersigned. ADOLPH CUUH iiku. Pioche, December 111. 1871. d.S-tf (Lira Oarnrr Silooic) Lseour Street, Opposite John Boeder's, Plouhe. XUST OPENED. TvTTH' A FULL STOCK (J of choice Wiuta Liquors snd Cigars. ROBERTS t DEAN dli-tf - - ; Magnolia Saloon, Bullionville, NEVADA. THE PLACE TO PURCBASX FINE WINES, a0Wi.a.vnLLIAM8, Battery and Sacramento Sts. AN FRANCISCO, Manufacturers Importers ....or.... Havana Cigars And Importers of Leaf Tobacco. P. O. Box 112. )e7-Sm HARRISON BROS., . ...rsiiias a.... Furniture and Bedding Carpets, Wall Paper, Uatlsvc, B aad Sash. Ac, MAIN STREET, PIOCBE. aPRINO AND PVLU MATRE88ES, Bla.xilr.esta, Stiesets, PARLOR AND BED-ROOM SETS, FfNI TOILET BETS, Carpets and Oil Cloth, Window Shades. ArTHB ASORTMEKT OF UPHOLSTERY Ooods, Drapery, ac. Paper Hsnging done. spa.tr LOSTI A LADY'S BLUE ENAMELED WATCH, SIT l with Pearls: also s Oold Chain sttsohed, and Locket, with two Children's Pictures, suitable reward will bs paid for the return th. abeve arUrtea to tlx Bum oAV. dM-tf PIOCHE NEVADA, IMPORTERS -fViTQ DEALERS IN HAB.DW XI. H3 BTOVEM, CROCKERY, GLAHH WARE, and IIOl'SK Pl'ItV. 18 n IN O GOODS. Manitfactnrers of Oopper, Tin snd eiheet-lron Waro. Plumber bteam sua use l liters. ARE NOW PREPARED TO CON. Flue. Blowers. Furnace Pipe, Lift Pumps, Ac, of any required size and Weiglit. T7E tract for Air Also Agents for tbe Celebrated Buck's Patent Cook Stoves. apll-tf J.O. MCCORMICK. WINES, LIQUORS AND oiGAns, MAIN STREET, PIOCHE. CLANCY A. WcCOHMICK, an2 NOTICE 0 MERCHANTS & SHIPPERS! iHE NEVADA CENTRAL It. R. CO. 18 PRE vhted to offer inducement to Merchant! and Blitppeni of Freight. Lumber, etc., between Pioche aud Bullionville and intermedial points long the line of it it road, and to execute coin mission for the purchase of good and th col lection and free delivery of package and letter at either end of tne ruaa. (Special rate riven on large tu.paX.enti or car load lots. Trains leave at 10 a. m. and s p. m. rreigut muit be delivered at 9:30 a. m. md 3:30 p. m. A. T. EASTLAND i our Freight and ?MiK.uger Agent at Bullionville. i tcstetai inr main al tnt omces. JOBEPU W.NKRBITT. Superintendent, H. C. Chafiv, Freight and Paiwengttr Agent. jrU-tf Pioche Bakery QUILLEN & UOXAHOE, Proprtwtors. Dealers in Groceries, WINES AND LIQUORS, Meadow Vallry tit. ay Tbe higbest price paid for Utah Produce aull-tf Daily Stage Line, FXOOH13 O P. H. FELSENTH AL FFER8 HIS EXTTOE STOCK OP Groceries, Hardware. Crockery, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Etc. -AT- ACTUAL FIRST COST ! 8tone Store, Warehouses, Etc., for Sale, low ! JlS-tf HAMILTON, . AND HALF-DAILY FROM HAMILTON TO ROBINSON AND SCUELL CREEK, AND TBI-WKIKLT TROM HAMILTON TOFCHEIIBY CEEEK TEAVIS 4 CO., Proprietors. sTARRYIXa C. B. MAIL AND WBIXS, FAR- J OO ss CO8 E11KI1. Tha Thras Unas nswlr Btoeked with Fins AMERICAN HOUSES and w CONCORD COACHES. hff.a l.aTa Plocba DsilT st 1A.M., malclna eloss oonusctloa with Railroad Stage from Ham llton. Offlra at Walls, Far( k Co. 'a. nai-tf SOUTHERN ST ACE LINE. block No IB and Improvement, Pioche, tax and Dercentaiie ltf 70. Louia Ceriaee, poaweaaory claim to lot No Ul tn biocK no l anu impruvementa, nocne; lax and percental 31 40. U Durkee, )untteorj claim to lot No 45 in block No 35 and im pro ve mentis, Pioche; Ux aud uercentaue il U. Excelmor H M Co, whtm-boune and improve. ment at tne Exueltiur mine. Pioche; ux aud nercentaire !W 37. Eataie of John H Lynch, dectawd, poweBory claim to lot ft in uiocr iho -iu ana improve ment. Pioche: Ux and percentage 70 l'i. Lee Hark, poaafiaaory claim to lot No 69 in block Ao ato ana lmprovemeuti, nocne; tax anu per centuue. 7 UU. Oeorue Kieaele, poateaiorv claim to lot No 26 in ulot'K ao la auu miprovcuienia, nocne; tax ana uercenta&e is iu. Kentucky Oold aud 8 M Co, building and nia clilnery known aa tne Auutuckv Uoiitiug Work. Pioche: tax and perrcnUtte 'ittti Ui. Pauiel Kervhaw, poewory claim to two loti of lantl aituated, lying anu being on Broadway treat, adjoining Brown store, Duiuonvme; four lots ou Panaca road leading from Bul lionville: pouaeaaory claim to ranch at Meadow alley wain, anu poaaeaaory ciatm to n arret of laud known a Nowmau' lower ranc and all improvement; tax aud percpntaga 126 40. Joseph La Flower, posae-isory claim to lots No 17, 1H, IV, '20t 'Jl, T2. '1 aUU 2 IU DIOt'K AO lib; lots No J8, 'XQ and 0 in block No IK and irn Movement. Pioche: tax and pereeuluge 44 4j. La Vat n M Co, whim-house and improvement, Pioche: tax and percentage 18 70. William P Lytle, poHaeaHory claim to IS aT" of laud in Eagle Valley, situated north of Cham berlain's, and Improvements; tax and perceiit Hge, 43 34. Frank Mig4it, possessory claim to lot No 10 In block No 'H and improve me uta, Pioche; tax and perceiitane 18 70. Mazcppa H M Co, building and machinery known a tne niazeppa Hoisting voraa, riocne; uix attd percentage f"i7 25. A J Maaon and A o Wilcox, poasraaory claim tu south 'ifi feet of lot No 54 in block No i& and I Improvements, Pioche; tax and percentage im 04. ! J H Mallett, posBessory claim tn lot No 23 in block No 31 ana improvements, riocne; tax and iierrentaue 23 M. E h MnMon. poHsesaory claim to lot Xo 2 in block No 2R and improvements, riocne; tax anu per. ventage i i(7. W H N orris, possessory claim to 40 acre1 of land in r.agie vauey, aujoining uauuan s on tne north and Moody on the south, aud improve meuts: tax and percentage 66 8H. William Newman, poBseatiory claim tolOaorea of lanu known an Newman B ranrii, 14 miles south of Uopkin'a ranch, and improvements; tai And Dirceutaafa 44 44. P O'Tools, possessory claim to the north half of lot No 4s in block iso 2& ana improvement, Pioche; tax and wrcentatte 25 76. Orient S M Co, poRseHSory claim to lot 25 feet front by 100 leet in tieptn on tue nortn siue 01 Meadow Valley afreet and bounded on the west by Pioche t-o's lot, and improve meuts, Pioche; tax and percentage U M. D W Perley, posftessory claim to lot No 1 in block No ;i2 and lot No 50 in block No 32 and improvements, Pioche; tax and percentage 168 J 5. J W Peck, possessory claim to lot No 4.H in block pio ju ana improvements, fiocne; tax anu per centaiie 26 71. John Pat tie, possetwory claim to lot No 34 in block No 26 and improvement, Pioche; tax and percentage 16 37. L Kichardsou, possessory claim to one lot east of the Co-Oierative Store fronting on lry Valley street and improvements, Pauai a; Ux and wrcentaue 7 00. Prank Kchooumaker, possessory claim to lots Noa 3 and 4 in block No 33 and improvements, Pioche: tax and nercentaae 70 12. Sunbeam 8 M (0, building aud machinery known as Bunbeam noistiug Works, Pux-he; tax and verceutaare 280 60. John A Steele, possessory claim to lota Nos 10 and Jl in block ao us ana improvementa, Pioche: tax and Dercentaee 6tf 05. William Htanefield, poirjetory claim to lots Not 47 snd 4 in block no ao anu improvementa, Pioche; tax and percenta ge hit 82. Frank Bnule. uosscssorv clsim to lot No SG tn block No ID aud improvements, Pioche; tax and percentage HO 39. Ucnry Smith, possefwory claim to lot on Upper Main atreet in block Ao 20; lot ko 40 in block No 33 and improvements, Pioche; tax and per centaiie 11 69. George 8 Sawyer, possessory claim to lots No 1 ana iiv in niocx ao k aim improvenieuis, Pioche: tax tviid nercentaae 30 38. Jainea Stuart, possessory claim to 80 acres of land opposite the Bowery mill and improve ments. jiulllonville; tax and percentage 37 t4. Stout, possessory claim to 100 acres of land at Highland, about S miles n w of Pioche, and imnrovementa: tax and DcrcentaHc U4 60. F Tauliabue, poRf asory claim to lot No 13 In mock ao 31 ana 101 no w in diock noaiinu improvemenu, Pioche; tax and percentage 3'J 74. Turgoose, potiiessory claim to lot No 7 In block Ao 3ti ana improvements, riocne; tax ana per cenUize 30 38. Unknown owners, possessory claim to the north 16 feet of lot ao 64 in block A02& ana int. SUMMONS. TATK OF NEVADA, COt'NTY OF LIN- coin. iWatrtct Court Seventh Judicial i strict. The State 01 Nevada, to the Floral Hill ana lulus! Comuaur. aud all owner of, or claim ants, known or unknown, to the following des cribed property, towiti Possessory claim to Mill ana Mi 11 nite iuovd as lueriom niu, aud situate lti Pioche, Lincoln County, State of Nevada, greeting : iu are hereby aummoneu to appear neioro the District Court, Seventh Judicial District, County of Lincoln, on the Ninth day of Febru ary. 18T4, to answer unto tne complaint 01 aw State of Nevada, which sue to recover the sum of one thousand aud sixty two 60-100 dollars, nia voiu, delinquent taxes on tne oeiore u ribed property, itogether with pvroeni age anil coMta as is provided by law, as fully set forth in a complaint on nje in my omce. Ana u you iau ' to appear and answer, th Plaintiff then and there will take judgment agaiust you for thtt atore-ald amount, together wit 11 all costs suose quent to the assetssmeut of aaid taava and of this action. tiivea under mv hand and the seal of the Uia- trict Court, Seventh Judicial Distru-t, County of Liucoin, this 3d day of January. A. D. 1874. . . aim.tu, cierx. By J. M. Eanvo&d, Deputy. HUte of Nevada. County of Lincoln. District Court, Seventh Judicial District. Tbe hut of Nevada to the Sheriff 01 Mia Connty: ion are nereoy requireu to mas Que ana legal service of above summon and make your returns thereon within the time prescribed by sUtute. P. B. MILLEB, Clerk. Hy 3. M. 11vfobd, Deputy. Pioch, Nev January 3, lo7. A true copy, W. S. TRAVIS, heriff. Py ti. 11. tiuutroav, Deputy. jl4-id Eh TO PIOCHE MERCHANT3, THK UTAH SOUTHER! RAILROAD BKINQ completed to Provo, 60 miles south of Salt Lake Ctty, the undersign" PP- - re ceive and promptly forward AIA4 FREIGHT TO THEIR CARE At Twt aaid One-Hsvlf CatU per lb. By careful and expsdttious teamsters OORDON MURRAY. d2Qlm Forwarders, Provo, Utah. NIGHTSCH00L! II SCHOPPMABN WILL OPES A NIGHT !j, BOHOOL for Adults st the old prlotlng ultlc Msia atreet. oa Monday, Jan. (, 18'4. Leions gla on sseh Monday, Wedusadaj snd Friday. Terms : ft s month la ailranoa. dSO-l m Fioonm SALT LAKE CITY. For Sale or Rent! I WILL BELL OB BEST aft STOWS, 05 Main strwt. Apply on the premises. is-t JAMES CBONAK. GILMEB k SALISBURY, Proprietors. Bf1ARRYINO V. H. MAIL, AND WtLLS. FAlU in) a LU. B SLTKUSl Tt. Fillmore, Sclpio, Nephi, Payson, Provo, and Lehl with Branca lum rrom Rlwarmld ts Nrtk Btar, Mtmmvillt, ssmwTv Pavrowaiai aad SI. Gestrffw. BUffwa Uavt alUraata daya at A, M, OAstfttWaUi, Farft-VCa,'a, provements, Piocne; tax ana percentage 4U l'i. Vallory, possessory claim to lot No 54 in block No Jl and lots Nos 47 and 48 in block No 37 and improvemenu, Plache; Ux and percant ase 36 M7. Frederick Vosi, possessory claim to lot No 9 in block No in and improvemenu, riocne; tax and perceutace 177 05. John C Wilson, possessory claim to lot No Bt tn block No Jo and imnrovementa, i'locne; tax and percenUge 367 1-, GEO. GOLDTHWAITE. District Attorney Lincoln County, Nevada. W. 8. TRAVIS. Sheriff Lincoln Cnunty, Nevadi Dated Plocba, Nav., December a. D. ibts. d37-td SUMMONS. 2TATE OF NEVADA. COUNTY OF LIN coin. District Court, Seventh Judicial District. The State of Nevada to E. J. Hanley, and all owners of, or claimsnts, known or unknown, to the following described property, lo-wtt: roa-Si-Hnory claim to Lots No. tt, and M, Block No, ' .5, and Lot No. 37, in Block No. IU, aud im prove inents, situate in Pioche, Lincoln County, btate of Hevaua, greeting: You are hereby summoned to appear before the District Court, Seventh Judicial District, Cxmuty of Lincoln, on the Ninth day of iebni ary, 1H74, to answer unto the complaint of the State of Nevada, which sues to recover tht sum ot Four hundred and fifty 50-UK) dollars, gold coin, delinquent taxes on the before described property, together with percentage and cosu as is provided by law, as fully set forth in a complaint on tile in my otlU-e. And if you fall to appear and anawer, the Plaintiff then and theru will take judgment against you for the aforesaid amount, together with all cosU subse quent to the assesbmeut of said taxes and of this action. Uiveu under my hand, and the seal of the District Court, Seventh Judicial District, Coun ty of Lincoln, this Ud dsy of January, A. D. P. II. MILLER, Clerk. By J, M. IUkiobd, Deputy. State of Nevada, County of Lincoln. District Court, Seventh Judicial District. The btate ot Nevada to the Sheriff of aaid County. You are hereby required to make due and legal service of above summons and make your returns thereon within the time prescribed by statute. T. B. MILLER, Clerk. By J. M. Hanford, Deputy. Pioehe, Nev., January 3, IttU. A true ropy, W. H. T KAY 18. Sheriff. By B. H. Ht.HSrori), Deputy. Ji4-tq Sheriffs Sale. 1 J V VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED I J out of the District Court in aud fur tha cuunty of Lincoln, Stat of Nevada, and to ma directed and delivered, for a judgment rendered in said Court on the ltfth dsy of January, A. D. 1H74, in favor of O. P. Sherwood and W. H. Sherwood, and against Michael Reagan, for tbe sum of Two Hundred and Six 60-100 Dollars dam apes, together with f(J7 40-1(0 dollars, Ux costs, and all accruing costs, I have levied on tha fol lowing property, to wit: That certain lot and the house and improve ments thereon, situate in Pioche, Linonln Coun ty, Nevada, about one hundred feet back east erly from that certain street leading from Mam street, around to tue uuiup ot tne uaymona Ely works, the asme being in rear of aud to the east of the premises occupied by Peter CUucy as a resilience, anu being tne premise occupie u by the said defendant Michael Reagan and lam- ily as a resideuse. Saul lot being w leet I root, more or less, and extending back an cual width one hundred feet mure or less. Notice is hereby given that on Saturday, the (Seventh of Feb ruary, A. v. IB?, At 13 o'clock ro., I will ell all tha right, title and Interest of said defendant in and to the above described property, at the Court-house door, in Pioche, at Public Auction, for cash in hand, to the highest and beat bidder, to satisfy said execution and all costs. w. Ef. Titavis,&nerin. By B. H. HgRKTOBP, Deputy. jli-td Kentucky UoUl and Hilvvr Mininir Company. Location of Works, Ely Mining Dis trict. Lincoln county. State of Nevada. Notice ia nereoy giveu mat at a meeting oi me trustees of said Company, held on the 3d day of January, 1H74. au atisebsuent (No. 7) of Twenty-live Cents jmt share was levied upon the capital stock of the Company, payable immediately, in Cm tea KUtes gold coin, to tne secretary oi satu Company, at the office of said Company, No. 513 California street, San Francisco, California. Anv stock unon which ssid assessment Bnaii remain unpaid on Maturday, the 14th day or February, lMit, snail oe aeemea aenn quent, and will be duly advertised for sale at public auction, ana unless payment snau oe made before, will be sold on MatnTday, th 9tnday of March, 1H74, to pay the delin quent assessment, together with costa of ad vertising aud expenses of the ssle. by order or tne Board or Truatees. B. GOLDSMITH, Secretary pro tern. Office; No. 613 California street. Baa Fran clseo, California jalu-td lluhn dtllunt ttllver Mining Corapa- v. IxHation of principal place of buslnesa, San Franciat-o, Cal. Lacation of Works, Ely Mining District, Lincoln county, Nevada. Notice, la hereby given that at a meeting of tha Board of Directors, held on the 32d day of De cember, 1H73, an assessment (No. 8) of Fifty Ceuu per sham was levied upon the capiUl stock of the oorporaticn, payable immediately In unitea mates gold ana silver coin, to tne Hecre Ury. at the omce of the Company, Room 3, no. ii;amorma street, nan rrancisco, uai. Any stock upon which thia assessment shall remain unpaid on tha 89th day of -Jan- nary, ih.4, wtii do aennquent, ana adver tised for sale at public auction, and unleaa pay ment Is made before will be sold on the .td. day of February 1874, to pay the delin quent assessment, togemer wun costs ui au vertising and expenses of sale. By order or tne uirectors. T. L. KIMBALL. Secretary. OfTW: Ttoom 9, No. 419 California street, San Francisco, Cal. d?fMd American Flair Mill and MInlnir comtvnv. Location or rnneipai iisce oi Busi ness, San Francisco, California. Location of Works, Kly District, Lincoln County, Nevada. Notiee la hereby srtven. that at meettua? of the Board of Directors, held on the 16th day of December, 1S73, an assessment. No. 4, of One Dollar per ahare was levied upon the capital atock of the corporation, payable immediately, in United SUtea gold coin, to tne Hecreury, at the office of the company. No. 330 Cali fornia street. Boom 6, San Francisco, Cali fornia. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unnaia on tne wist daw or iann nry, ihi4, win dc delinquent, ana auvertisea for sale at public auction, and unless payment la made before, will be sold on the 19th day of February, 1874, to pay the delinquent assessment together with oosU of advertising and expenses or sale. By order of the Directors. GEO. R. 8PINKET. Secretary. Office: No. California street,' Boom No. 5, ban Franciaco, California. dlW-tC NOTICE. Omcl N bv.da CSTrraal Bailwat, , Piocu, N.T. DM. S. 1S7S. THIS COMPAKT DON NOT ASSUME THK Indebtedness ot Its amployea. sad from snd srtst tbis daw will not scoept or par ord-ts Siren bj them. Jol.w.slm, H. 0. CHAPIS. 8up.rtatand.nt. Santan. d-"- REMOVAL. T1HE OFFICE OF THE BUHN AND HUNT 8ilT-r Mining Company has been remord from Booms tios. 1 and 2, il California atrMt, to No. Hl California atreet. T. L. KIMBALL. Jl-m1 Bee y H. A H. B. M. Co. Chl.f East Kxtastslom Minlasr Casn- fMtnjr. Location ot principal place or Dim ness, Ban .Tanciaco, aiiiaraia. w. ... Works, Ely liming District, Lincoln County. Nevada. Notice Is hereby siren that at a meeting of the Board of Dimctora, aia an th. 30th day of December, 1873, an assessment (No. ill of Ton Oents per share wu leried upon th capiUl atock of the corporation, pay able Immediately, In Onlted Bute, gold coin, to th. Secretary, st tb. office of th. Company, No. 414 California stmt, Ban rrsnclaco, Cali fornia. Any stock upon which this sssessment shsll rsmsia atipetd on th loth day tf Vb rumry, 1S74, will bs delinquent, snd adTr. Used for stl. st public suction, and unleaa pay ment Is nude berors. will bs sold on tn loth day af March. 1874, to pay the de linquent assessment, together with costs of ad vertising snd sx.psn.es of sale. it. WEGENER. Secretary. Office: 414 California strst, Saa franclsco, Call- for. Is. jas-td LOST. LOST A LAST'S OOLD CHAIN, ETC THK finder will rscal-a a Ubual reward by laa-iDg tha saaus st th. Rtsoas afaos.