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TtlgDA JAKlABY SO. MU4. LOCAL IliTELllBEHCE, 3BIVAL!"I DEPABTOHE. HBIVAU. I nJ. il'""J,T" t4" ": DEPARTURES. aI tsavis co ' ."ASm-TO LU,E: ' Miee Dors Lorraine. Dh-fxtivi Stove-pipb. Our attention Its Un called to very defective atove pi(W in A loJgg bouM oo Upper Main ilreet, which dangerous, and ought tob,',djated properly. Otherwise a Are i lillb'e 10 lrettk out lu ")at quarter at suy 'ime an'' iu ,hat Ctt8e '"K0 roonnt of property and perhaps human life wool'1 be sacrificed to the indolence and dtnpidily of the owner of the house. Tiie pipe which projects above the root has toppled over, leaving an opening not over ii inches above the roof. We hope not to be compelled to refer to ibis csbs or snv similar case again. Bo many in terest's are involved, and the reaaona for traarding asjaiust fire ara so numerous that we will not insult public intelligence by doing more tban culling attention to enisling facts. Satcrdat's Btccks. Owing to the break in the telegraph wires on Saturday, io( V reoort appeared in Sunday's is- mie of the KfcconD. We received riatur- div'a report yesterday, but omit its in sertion for reasons which will suggest themselves to the minds of ourrtaders. O.v Sunday we had the first bright, tunny day for some lime. Yesterday was clear and pinching cold. Weather sharps and the barometer differ about the weather for the future. The for mer look for clear weather; the latter in dicates a storm. Ktsr&tED. The preliminary examina tion into the charge of graud larceny, preferred agniust George Lambert, which win commenced Saturday afternoon be fore Jnstice Van Hagen, was resumed last evening, and was Hill pending when our report closed. Local. Items which bring joy to the local reporter are scarce articles in Pioche just now. An era cf good feeling has set in, and those who love to snp on hor . rora are left to mourn over the degen eracy of the times, whils all others re joice. Mason i- Wilcox are the men who never complain of hard times. They are constantly driving their business their business never drives them. They are the champion bootmakers of Pioche, and 1'V tbeir industry make times gxd with them. Personal. E. X. Field, representative of the house of E. A. Fargo & Co., liquor merchants, San Francisco has been in town several days. Mr. Field was ac quainted with Pioche in its early days, and has many friends here. . A few days of continuous dry weather will soon enable pedestrians to get about the streets without difficulty; but it wil( be a week before the roads leading iuto l'ioehe will become easy for passing ve hicles. District Coukt. Yesterday morning a jury of twelve men was impaneled in the District Court to try the issue be tween Schaffer as plaintiff and Bidwell ns defendant. The eourtjlien adjourned till 10 o'clock this morning. A. Flkmimo, Nellie Howard, Eugenie Summers, Ed. French and Martha Camp will arrive from Hamilton to-night, if the stage does. Notice to Jdboks. All jurors, except those aworn in yesterday morning, are excused until Wednesday (to-morrow) morning at 10 o'clock. This Hamilton stage arrived about 9 o'clock last night, but brought no mall. The roads are so heavy that quick trips cannot be made. Tue mail due here on Sunday from the West failed to arrive, connection not hav ing been made at Hamilton. A safe key has been found, which the owner can have by applying at our office. ..Kui. i , wuen tneir names are priatn-1 i Congress for amneaty, each on in j - w... aciivnueiT, nououy luinka of objecting to it. and they are purged of all their ditabilitiea by a two-thirdv vote. Both ara candidates for the Cuitrd States Senate; and still no Senator quarreled with the possibility of their entrance into that body. Each bains tha r,r... i.i,. ral view of Congressmen towards the ex-Confederates, why not pasa a general amnesty bill and let them all back, and wna inia cnildianaess? W quota President Grant's sensible lan guage on this point in hia lute message: "I renew my previous recommendation to Congress for general amnesty. The numoer engaged in the late rebellion yet laboring nnder disabilities is very small, but enough to keep a constant irritation. No possible dancer can nccrne In II, Government by restoring them to eligi bility to hold office." New York Jour- uiu oi commerce. AHKEKaHCVI-s. FuUuaiuy is a list oi aale of delin uutut docks now advertised iu onr paper: Bo. t . .January 10 SAN FRANC1HCO ITIH.K REPORT. Sax Pxasciko. January 1. Bsuais. MOBJflNO BALES. 300 Ophir 325 2971a 29R230 93? 233 QLt U Ml 1025 Gould a Curry 37 37 Hbao 26 j 2H 3" "w Aieiener ai UH wow 300 Savage His lot lofi lofiba Klfi 810 Uhollsr Potosi-70 MuS OS N Wfebl Svusu 6Slb5 770 Bale A Noreross-T4 7S 7 7X T7 ItWM 77 iiki urown roiut iiu 130 Yellow Jacket-H5 82M 81 85U30 !H B."5 Imperial 7 , 1 140 Empire Mill H 370 Kentuck 31 S 23 31 135 Uelcber 113 119 H lit 10 Alpha 65 235 Coua.lence 12 ! 13b30 13 12 655 Con Virginia 71 71), 72), MO 71 320 Inner-3 40 Sea Belcher 120 117 X 115 840 Overman-87 87 X 89 87 Hot 87b7 86 84 83 83 81 SiHttfttl 100 Buckeye 2 tro Julie wi vn oi4 9oJoa 70 Succor 24 50 Lilly Uryan-37Kc 8j.i Caledonia 31 H 31 30 Si 31b3 8014 91b30 80 euA3U;iU9. sum 30 aiiii 1SS Baltimore Con VH 1' too L'Uh 7 8 8)4 8H 10.16 California 40 41 43 4) W0 41 It 414041 4114 40 40H 80 Silver Hill 11 140 Eclipse 7 6f, CH 50 Trench H 00 Day ton 8 H OH 2(H) liock Island 2! 2H 420 N Y Con 4 60 Menator IV, 1:30 American Flat 7 350 Tyler li, IS IX 100 Union Con 20 1DH 4S0 8utro 4K 41 4 M Idy WashiDKtau 9 200 South Overman "5c 140 Mint 60c M ull loo Kosauth 8X 45 Oreen 1 1 X 80 Beg llock Iland-1 1J 1 X 320 Andes 2 10O0 Washoe Con 1H AFTERNOON BALES. X'S Ueadow Valley li 12 V 1S4 13bJ0 13', 13 01 12 S 385 Uaymond k Ely 42 41 40 33 40 X 40 660 Hireka Con 13 H 13 13X HO Jaeki4on--81o 10 Pioche 6X 20 Phenil 50o 425 WashtnKton ft Creole 3H 17H5 American Pl OX 0); Oi, 0:,b3O 300 Adama Hill 100 300 Bowery 80o ICO Chapman 50c 60 Hulin t Hunt IX 1000 Belmont 17 10X MXtf 270 Nawark 8 364 Kentucky 35c S7Xo 100 Monitor Belmont) li Charter Oak 1 X 370 Rye Patch 8 8Xb30 7 200 El Dorado South 6 63 750 Eureka O V 16 20 Hayes IX 1 .197 Josephine 2 950 St Patrick 7 100 Independent 1 X 50 Oolden Chariot 32t5 6(10 Empire 8 X 8 8Xb30 100 War Eagle 3 X Railroads. Levied AUianat per suaie. . . beiluqsail la erne Aay of aato ..atarcl "t'ry B.J.Ui OSlce . ..No. 43, Kan Francisco. Cal. CHAftTca OAB. Aeac-sMoeat No. Levied Jan. ( Amount 68 eta Delinquent u. office Feb. 16 Day of aalit Mar. s Secretary Geo. W. B. Kinf orace....4j4 Callforala atnet, Han rranctscv iainorma. aairrccai. Aaansment Wo. 7 Levied Januarys Amount per snare 36 cu Delinquent in office February 14 Day of sale March 7 becretary pro tern R. Ooldauith umce: 13 calllomla street. Ban Francisco, Cel. cBiKr sast asTEMaioa. Aszesament No.t Lavunl December 80 Amount It) cants per ahara Delinquent la office Feb. 10 Day of sale March 10 Secretary E. Wegener Ofnc.. ..414 California street. San Fraaeiao, Cal. KCHM BCMT. Asseaament , No. 8 Levied. Dee. 22, 1873 Amount 60 sent per share Delinquent In office Jan. 28, 1874 Day of aale Fab. 23, 1874 Becretary T. L. Kimball Office.. Room 1 No. 418 California atnet, ban Francisco, Cal. AHirucA ru.o. Assessment...... No. 4 Levied i Dac. 16 Amount per share $nio Delinquent la office January 21 Day of Hale February 31 Secretaryl Geo. R. Bpiuney Office 320 California atrect.San Franclaco MKWAftK. AaaeaRment No. 6 Levied Dec. 1 Amount per aliare..... 81.50 Delinquent iu office Ian. 4 Day or aale r eb. 4 Secretary, David T. Bagler OiSc.... ,..40i California street, San Francisco HEV4DA CEHlBAi RAILWAY ON AND A FTEB MONDAY. DECEMBER 1ST, 1B73. traiaj will run as follows aaut fur. tbevaoUre: iMn BnlUoBville. liln.;l:Hp m. Arrive at Amador Mill I i a. 14 . am. Head of Canon 8 a. m : 1AO p. m. " Dry Valley Station S21) a. mi., la. as. " Piocnas ila. aa.;lp. a. aavcasiaa: Liatve Plocae at 10 a. .: 4 p. ss. Arrive at Dry V alley Station 10:45 a. m 4 44 p.m. " Head of Canon 11 a. m.;lp. m. " Amador Mill ll a. m.; 6:16 p.m. " Bulllonvllla 11 :U a. u.; tAS p. m. A Faeaenger Car will accompany each traia. TIM trains ran by the meridian time. JU8EPU W. NESB1TT, Superintendent, H. C. CHAWS, n30-tf psaaeliger A Freight Ag't. o. i. rt. r. rN AND AFTER MONDAY. 8EPTEMBEB J u, Mia, Trains will leave OUDUI dsilys a follows: SiSO P, St. Passanger Train foe lacramenU and Ban Franeiaco. S5S p. M. FreiKht Train for Sacramento and Saa Franeiaco. T. H. GOODMAN. General Passanger sad Ticket Agent. A. X. Towns. Qenoral bupertntent. U31-U PIOCHB MARKET REPORT. Caah Prlcea. Compiled by S. Abhtm k Bao.J Wholesale. Retail. Crushed Sugar 6 Its. for tl 00 uoiuen Mat sugar eiba.forfioo Ranting mts. THE STATE BANK OF NEVADA, Pulverized Sutar 8 25 case California Breakfast Bacon... 20 Hams, California 20 Banded 2J Chicago Canvaaed Bacon , Beaua, aU kinds Apples, dried Peaches, dried Coffee, Coata Uics Coffee, Java Tea,M. M.aCo Tea, Basket Pea, Japan Lard, California Lard, Chicago Cheeso, Gilroy Syrup, Golden Candles goap, CO Soap, Castile Matches Yeast Powders, P. and H Royal Baking Powders .. Crackers, sll kinds Pickles, Cutting a . . . . Mackerel. No. 1 Codliah, Eaatern.... . . Herrings, Dutch 20 10 15 15 26 33 'j 70 70 60 35 22 X 32 X 25 22 X 12 X 18 IS 30 ' 36 75 76 62 X 20 .. 19 .. 18 ,. 32 X . .6 00 keg 4 00 bol ..3 60 box .. 25 .2 60 Rroaapkg26 .3 60dox can 25 , .2 60 dos can 25 Union Pacific Railroad TIME TABLE. TTNTIL FTJR1HEB NOTICE, TRAINS WIL' J leave and arrive at ogoen osiiy, aa ioiiowi LiAva. Dally eipress, 110 a, as.; mixed sJ p. m i freight, loao a. m. Aasiva. Daily express, 6:10 p ra-i mixed, p. m.; freight, 6:10 a. m. Daily connections made st Ogden with i ttah Central Railroad from Halt Lake City 11 nomla in Southern LTtau. At Bryan, with atages for tne Sweetwater mines. At Cheyenne, with Denver Pacific Railroad, for Denver, Central City, Georgetown and sll poiuta in Colorado and New Mexico, At Omaha, with Chicago and Northwestern: Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific; Burlington and kliiwnuri River; Kaussa City, St. Joe and Council BluflM Railroada. and Missouri river line of ateauiera, for all points east and south. Tickets for sale to all points east at office of Wella, Fargo It Co., East Temple atreet, and at the office of the Utah Central Railroad, in Halt Lake City; also at the Union Pacific Railroad ticket office, in Ogden, at which office berths on sleeitcg.cars can be secured. Arraugi-menta have been made whereby pas sengers desiring to visit Denver, on their way Eaut, can avail themselves of an excuraion rate from Cheyenne to Deuver, and return, st greatly reduced rates. For nsrticulars and sll informstion In regard to paaaage, apply at the ticket ofneea. Paaaengera ahould be careful to secure their paaaaga tickets to sll eastern and aonthern poiuta via Omaha, and thus svail themselves of s through sleeping-car, comfortable sccouunoda tious and quick time. A nun. Ij. niniiAA,A., General Ticket Agent. T. E. SICKLES, su23-tf Chief Engineer snd Superintendent. Roard f Ilfret-torai JOHN P. KELLEY rreaidest CHAI. A. WIKPEBUOLD Vice President CHAS. A. W1EDERHOLD Secretary JOHN GABBER J. W. WRIGHT, H. I. LUBBOCK A. BROWN, HARRY I. THORNTON. A ttartieye t THORNTON, KELLE l k UAltBEB DEPOSITS HECEITiD. EITHER ON OPEN account or to issue certificates therefor pay. aula ondeioaud. exchange: drawn upon NEW YOEK and BAN FBANCISCO, And other princlj al cities of the U. g. Also upon LONDON, DCBLIN, PAEIS, BEKLINJ And sll of the principal cities of Europe. Currency Bought and Sold. Collections Promptly- Made. Railroad and Mining Stock Bought and Sold on Cniiimi-i.li n. " rVionay Loaned on Stocks." Currespondents t LA1DLAW k CO.. A gt ota of the Bank I v v,t of California J w 1011 BANK OF CALIFORNIA, Brokers J and 1 CO., Stock San Francisco jal-tf. J. W. WRIGHT, Bank Manager. 26 25 12 X 30 16X 4 60 keg 4 60 kit 16 4 60 keg 18 Rice 6 60 mat Currants 32 X Corn Starch 30 Citron , 76 Navy Tobaccos 70 Canned Tomstoes, do. String Beana, do. Green Peas. do. Corn. do. Oysters, do. Pie Fruits, do. Condensed Milk, do. Salmon, $4 76 per dox. or 3 cans for 81 35. Adriatic Restaurant. LOWER MAIN NTKUICT, KexttoClaikltBrof,' OARD REDUCED TO EIGHT DOLLARS per week from and after Monday, January IS, 1874. , MISS D. DOKOGliX'E. JlHti H. R. Breakey, MINING RECORDER, NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIOXLR OF BKED8 FOR CALIFORNIA AND UTAH I OOI.I.KCTIONS MADE. Office, Alain Street,' sul0-if Opposite Meadow Tslley St. DR. C. HARENBERC, Ftiyaioifltri Surgeon. OrncE on mkjVdow valley street, la LugUa't LtMlMii.c HoiUMt. HMcial fttteetloa mid Ia Mnt Cur fuarmoa9d or mocej refaiiiiaxl. uuura, iu -t. wt. mi -a p. m. Kwnlng, 2jOST DEPOSIT UFCEIPT Ko. 6385, VOU $?fi.00, drawn IVcemUrr fi. 1H73. W J. M. Sribt-rt. Att.t Wells, Fargo fc C., uitl la fsvor of John iiuuogho. All parties an forbid negotiating for the Mme, u payment ha beu atnpied. Clothing and -Org (goods. JAMES MK8BITT, JOBS WEARNG. NESB1TT & WEARNE, COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Dealers In Produce, Groceries and Provisions.. Lower Main street, Ploen. JaS-tf PIOCHE STOVE-WOOD COMPANY'S MILL. aB'X'O'XTZi WOOD. Retiring from Business! J. C0HN& BE0. T01LD RESPECT FL LLT AJiSOtXCE '.O f f the ciiiztim of Piocltc and Ltnroln ceo tit y luat uiir mill for the ntst Bhtetj ! efle tbeir inLBaenae stork of Clothing and Dry Goocltt, Roots and fence, 1 1 at it and Caps Etc., Etc., Etc cyAt San Francisco First Cost! Beinx deUrniinrd t ctll tut. me will eell. without reserve. Give tu a call before fart bait lug eiae bcre. Dont forge lit place J.COHN cfc BRO., Alftln atreet. opposite Meadow Valley. PIOCHE, KtV. Jal-tf H SHERWOOD ak BRO. AVINO ERECTED A SAW KILL IN TOWS, cut in leDgtha snd aplit tu order, on tue shortest uotice. ult tf FRED. M. PIERCE, Bup't. Utah. Central Railroad. TIMU TABI.i:. rpEAlNS LEAVE SALT LAEE CITY DAILY X stfiOa. m and 3:45 p.m. Arrlvs st Og. d u at 7:30 s, m. Slid 6:45 p. m. Traiss Kill leave Ogden daily at 8:40 s. in. and : p. in. Arrive at Salt Lake City at 10:40 a. tn. sud 8:30 p. m. Mixed Trains Hill nm dally, Sundays excepted, leaving Salt Luke City at 8 s. m. and C:30 p. hi., and Ogden st?s. m. snd60s. m. au28-tf WELLS, FARGO Sc CO., tCXt'HANGE, UANKIXO AKD y Express Company. BU.I.8 OP EXCHANGE AND TELKOHAPU1C Transfers on Chicago and New York, pays, tie in the principal cltlea of the Cnited btatee snd Cunada: also lfille on London. Currency bought and aold. Collectioua and Cotnniiaaions of sll kinds exe cuted, snd General Exweaa and banking Bual. neaa attended to promptly in all parts of the Liiuieu Biatea, r.urope aua i nafla. bullion bought and ADVANCES MADE ON SHIPMENTS OF BULLION; Exchange bought, Dcpuitits received. Aaaeaaments paid and Dividends collected en Alining Stocks. EXPRKNM LINUS To Culifornia, Nevada, Oregon, Nebrshka, Col. orailo, Montana, Wyoming, nsshington snd Idaho Territories, British Columbia, Nsw York, Atlantic States snd Europe, alexlcen Ports, Yokohsma, Hongkong, Bhanghai, Hike In Jacobs & Sultan's IMock, Main Street, Ploctte. JelS-tf . JI. SEIBERT. Agent. Arrivals and Departures of Hail to and from Pioche. Eastern and Western Mall. Arrives About 4 p.m.; depsrts 8 s.m. This mail closes st 7:46 a. a. (salt Lake and Utah Mall. Arrives about T p.m.; deaarts a. m., and closes st 0 p. m. Ullto Mall-Weakly. . Arrives Tuesdsys, st 11 s. m.; depsrts Tn -dsys, at S p. m. All mall matter for Hlko If not mailed before Tuesday, should be given to some one inside, snd not dropped in the letter box. Mail closes at 4:30 p m. Bulllonvllla and Panaea. Arrives daily, st 11 s. m.; departs 4 p. m.; closes five minutes before departure. Msil mat. tcr for these places Bhould be handed Inside ths ssme ss Hiko. r Postomcs open daily (except Sundays snd legal holidays), from s. m. antil 1 p. as.; Sua days, from w to iu a. m., ana o to i p. m. Letters registered from 9 s. m. to 7 p. m. daily except ss sbove. i. w. AJJUAUAai, rosimsster. Utah Southern Railroad. rilRAlNS LEAVE THH UTAH CENTRAL 1 Depot, Salt Lake City, st 7 am. and IS) o'clock p. in. Handy (nearest point to Little Cottonvooa Canyon), at 8:10 s. m. and 8:30 p. m. Arrive at Ihi at 9 a. m. snd 430 p. m. Le&ve Lehl at 9:30 s. m. snd 6 p. m.; Sandy, at 10:H) s. m. snd 6:10 p. m. An lve st Bait Lsks city st lliao m- snd p.'m. a2u-3tf oxo. aiuanii. A niw cireulatiDg library, imported oi gnrs, tobacco, stationery atid coufectiou ery at J. Levin Sl Co. 'a, opposite Hamil ton's saloon. Main street. Ox and after Jan. 13, 1874, no passen gers will be taken by VritobarJ'a Fast Freight Line, Fast Freight daily at 8 cents per pound. , ji2t-f, Bbead. Eight loaves of. good baker's brend, mode from California flour, for $1, at the Eagle Bakery, Main street. dli-tf H Freudenthal. To auiki monejr, bar DT Ashlm nro'a. n'i Pioneer Nkws Depot, Main atreet O. YViederhold'. . . LimburAier Chease at n. Ashtm aV r.'s, d27.'J VVhlte and Gray Merino Drawers, Fifty Cents, at Is. Aslalin it Bro.'s. 027-tf White and Cray Merino Undershirts, fifty Cents, at H. Ashlm k Bret's. 47-tf S. ASniM k BRO. Ulaci Ksock Suits, $40; worth SN. aatabla nl Everything; wearable and to ba round at Ashlm Bro's. 8. ASHIU k BRO. llLux, Baowa AKD Black Bkavu Bern, I3S worth 13S. six pounds Crushed Sutrar for SI. 00 - a. Asniin oa nro's. us The "Qbhat A WoBliington lecturer says that the earth's orbit has been widening out for 20,000 years past, and will continue to no lo for 20.000 venra to come. It will then begin to contract, and will continue to oo so lor 50,000 years.' The eccentric-' ity of merenrv has been steadily increns. og for the last 100,000 years, but has now nearly attained its limit. In about o.uuo years it will begin to diminish, and will continue to do so for mora than 100,000 years. The orbits of the DlauWs must go on oscilating in this manner as "uk as toe taws of nature remain un changed, forming what a French writer ins called "great clocks of eternity, feat ages as ours beat seoonds. Piddliso Ammcstv Conoraas should Put an end to the ridiculous farce of peauimg pardons to disabled Confeder 'es. In point of injustice no less tban absurdity, it has long ceased to be de lerisible. No man of any brains or char acter would now stand up in either urnnch and say a word for the longer "ntinnance of this nnmanly and sense less Doliev Iu4i tl,. C.,iK Tn 111,,.. rata the folly of the present law, take cases of two men just pardoned by ongrean, John H. Beagan, of Texas, ex "nfedernte Postmaster General, and o. isaboock, of Virginia, ex- 2-peniter of the Confederate Coneress. ineae men were as tierce against the srTJ i M an5r o'bera during the rebellion, ti? i " no' mon entitled than any of nir oomrades to a restoration to civil jos. u . coscmvA. San Francisco Fruit Store, Goschina & Gkjstin, CORNER MAIN AND MEADOW VAX LEY 8TS., FIOCHE, NEVADA, Dealers in Foreign snd Domestlo Fraits Confectionery and Toys, snd Qeneral Produce, Fine Havanna Cigars snd Tooaoco, Fresh Limes, Lemons, Oranges, ALWAYS OST BAUD From I. Ivancovich Sc Co. Ths largest snd best wholesale house In Saa transiseo jei-u SHEA, BOCQUERAZ & McKEE (Succxssoas TO SULLIVAN k CASUMAH.) Importers and Jobbers of WINES AND LIQUORS, solz AQXxrrs yon Golden and TeKetU Bourbon WHISK1KS, Jor. Front nl Jackson Stj.,8AN FBANCISCO, ulj-tf MYERS &, LICHTENSTEIN, AUCTION 1KD C0MM1SSI0M HERCHiNTS, BRICK BUILDING, LAC0TJB STEEET OUT DOOB SALES PROMPTLY. ATTEND T ArOTION SALES EVERY EVEN1NO. EVERT description of merchandise such ss Gold snd stiver jewoirv, wstcnes, viotning ana j or nlshing uooas, etc KT Ooods at Private sale at Auction Bates. " T. D. EDWARDS, ATTORN RT AND COUNSKJUOR AT 1 A W, CalBSON CITT, NEVADA, Will practiea in til tho CotuU of tbU SUt. Being Attorney for tb Ontnl Pteiflc Rllroiul (Company, will obtain title to the lands belong ing to tha Oompanr, for any partus wiahing to tiiirohaM. Ha Yin paid especial attention to the practice Wore the United State Land Office for nine Sari, reapectfulty tenders hia servicea for that ranch of buaineM. Will take necessary step to secure the selection of taat's by tne btate, and obtain pttents for the same for parties with or wiinout tneir oeing prcscn. Havinff an associate Attorney st Washington, especial attention will be pi von to obtaining patents to publlo lands and mines, aa well as suits and business generally before the Depart ments, myjuu CHAS. STEIN fc CO., MAIN STREET, PIOCHE, NBVAPA, BTOZtaVOB Aim COMMISSION HOUSE, Wholesale and Betail Dealers FINE WINES. LIQUORS (Ss CIGARS. COUNTRY ORDERS ' , , Promptly attended to. - . . oi-tf THOMPSON & G1UDIN, SUCCESSORS TO A. C. GORDON, IMPOETEHS kHO WHOLISALI DEALERS IN Wines, Liquors tte Cigars Utah Northern Railroad. riiRAINB LEAVE COK1NNE AT 7:90 P. M X have Logan at 8 :30 a. m., to connect with trains for oden and salt Laxe. aurc-u La- Fire-Proof Building, cour street, Next Door north ef the Postofnoa, PIOCUE ..... NEVADA. Goods Takenjn Storage. IN CONNECTION WITH THE A BO VI A neat Sanaile Room Ib attached, where nothing but flne Ijiqnora selected from the above stock will be dispensed, which will be presided over by Mr. IS. McAL 18TER, who will be glad w see his old friends.' mylfr-tt (IIRISTM.IS PRESENTS! JTJBT nECEIVED -A lot of Blatk and Colored Bilks, Dress Goods, I.aee Handkerchiefs Kid Gloves, ' ' - ' and Funey Cloods, Suitable for Christmas Presents, ALL PURCHASED SINCE' THE PANIC in New York, snd will be sold at greatly Induced races, st JAS. FINLAYSON'S, die-lm Main Street Charter Oak Silver Mining Company. Location of works, Ely Mining District, Lincoln county. State of Nevada. Location of principal place of business. Ban Francisco, California. Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting of the Directors of said Company, held on the Ninth (9th) day of January, A. V. 1874, an assessment of fifty (60) cents per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immediately, in United States gold coin, to the Secretary at the office of the Company, No, e3t California street, (up stairs) Sau Fran cisco, California. Any stock n Don which this assessment shall remain unpaid on Monday the Hixteenlh (10th) day of February, A. D. 1874, will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public suction, and unless payment is mute before, will be aold on Monday- tho Ninth (Oth) day of March, A. 1). 1874. to pay the delin quent assessment, together with cobU of adver tising ana expenses oi me safe. GEO.V7. B. KINO, Secretary. Office 434 California atreet, (up stairs) Kan urancisco, uaniornia, jU-ml THE MEADOW VALL.EY HOTEL and SALOON AT BULLIONVILLE, HAVING PEEX REFITTED AND RE BTOCIED throughout, is sow open for ths reception or tne public. TAN SLY HE FERRY 4 McPBEUSON, Proprietors, Bumonviiie, Key., Jan. 3, itrri. jae-tr g LOST. CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT, . Ho. MM, drawn by Wells, Fsrgo a Co., Jsnusry 13, 1874, in favor of W. B. Cotton, for S230. All parties sre forbid negotieting for the ssme, ss psvment nss neen sioppea. R. Ma COOK, TEH. DOOR TO ired, , jss-tf DKCEIVINO OFFICE, NEXT .IV Johnston s stable. Ores of every description earefullj Bnllloa melted and ssssyed. Bullion bought. , - v;-m a. OABXU, a. w. roi flArTTTT. j roi, STOCK BROKCRS.i 406 MOHTOOmtPT 8TRMT, aurlS . Saa Fraaelaea, Oal. (tf Job Work tc mptly axaenteS at tne efle of the . PIOCHB DAII.T BJUWIID. FOR CHRISTMAS AND THE NEW YEAR. HfBS. WBY1AKD. ON LACOIR STREET, Ivx has just rt-ceived s larie saaortnit-nt of Milinery Goods, of every description, designed especially for the approaching Holidays. The stock consists of every style of BONNETS, DATs), IXOHKRM, FEATHERS), ETC., ETC., of ths Kutrekt Colors and nitst Delicate Tints, st Seasonable Bates. Prices to suit the Tiats. dU-lin NOTICE! CITY HEAT MARKET. Billy, the Milk Boy, WISHES AIX HEADS OF FAMILIES AND Hotel snd Restaurant keepers to under stand that be docs not sell pig-swill milk, but that His Cows aro Fed on Bran. He ia in with no Combination! LIE OI AKANTKEa TO GIVE VI TE MILK. Billy, the Stage Boy ! rlGE LEAVES AT 4 O'CLOCK P. M. EVERY E. B. llorr, Ja., I Q. B rill, IJousO.MoiT, bacraniento. Pioche. Eureka. MOTT, FISH & CO., Meadow Valley et. PIOCHE - - - NEVADA, IMPORTERS And Scalers in HARDWARE, MILL AXDMIMSG GOODS. Bnpout's Biastine Powtler, Giant Pcwfier anil Caps, ' Candles and Fuse, Blacksmith's Hardware, Iron and Steel, gS JC O "V X3 S ,jj -A.nd Tinware. fei-tf O sftemoon for Bullionviile. d27-tf W.CCLVEimELL. First door above Halpin's nardware Store, MAIN STREET PIOCHE, NEVADA. Ma. PECK A Co., Proprietors. THIS NEW MARKET HAS jrBT BVXN opened, and is fitted up in first-claas style, with everything convenient and necessary. FRESH, SALT UNO DRIED MEATS Of all klnilfl, iM always the very beat the wuiiirj suoruit; nuva an Beef. Park, lluttoii and Veale Sausago of ail Kinds. The Proprietors will do tbeir beat to pleum and evatiefy aU cuatumera. Rendered Tallow for Ml 11a and Min iiijp Purposes. All orders delivered free of charge, and fain, ily custom solicited. CrV'K VH A. CALL I n-Mf FORWARDING ,...A7fD.... in i WHOLESALE DEALER Flonr, Grain, & General MBrctiaiitnse; MINING) COMPANIES, Followins are tbanrlncinal Minina Companies on tbe Ban Franeiaco Htock Boards, together with the number of feet in esch mins snd shares to Nch foot: NEVADA MIH1N0 COMPANIES, Ft. in Bhsl irrNa. atiue.lnft Adams Hill.. Alamo Alpha Con... 900 20 Alts. 3,U Am. Fist Aril. Utah.. 1.W0 j Arkansas 9110 lou Bacon Mill... 65 370 Baltimore C. Belcber 1,010 100 Ueimont Best k Belch. . S? 100 Bowers 20 250 Buckeve.. Builion S.SOO 10 Caledonia.... 4,000 I Central...... 150 T! Central No. 3. 100 200 Choller-Ptet. 5,6110 10 Columbus. ..10.000 5 Confidence... 130 W C. a. U. Qrts. Slli GOO Con. Virginis. 1,1(10 20 Cook kUeyet 1,600 16 Crown Point. 600 166 Deney 2,000 13 Dardanelles.. 1,200 20 Eclipse 70 367 El Dorado 8 Empire Mill. 75 6CC Eureka Con.. Exchequer... 400 20 Flowery 6,000 Franklin Globe OouldiiCurry 1,200 40 UalekNorc. 400 40 Horn. Ticket. ! Imperial 184 Indus - . Insursnee.... 2.000 16 Jackson....,. Jscob Little.. VXV DISTRICT. Ft. in 8hs KIM. Mine, in ft Julia :. 2,000 II Juniata Con.. 6,000 10 Justice 3,000 7 K. K. Con.... Kentuck 96 316 Knickerbockr 1,200 20 Lady Bryan . , - McHah on .... 1,000 30 McMesns.... 3,600 10 Mint 1.C00 31V Mocking Bird 1,200 26 Monitor Helm Murphy 2,000 30 Nevada 3,000 13 S N, York Con. 3.600 10 accidental... 800 12 Opbir 1,400 12 overman .... l.'JOO loi Phemx Ph. Sheridan. 1,200 20 Pictou. 3,000 16 Rock Island.. Ssvsge 800 Seg. Belcher.. 160 8g. Csledonta Senator fllerra Nevada Silver Hill... SilverWeatC. S. Overman. . Standard Mill star Con 18,000 starlight. Sterling.. Succor ..7, Sutro Trench 20 Tyler 2,200 20 . 6,000 SS Union Con . I'tah.. Woodville.... 1,400 Yellow Jacket 1,200 Ve lowat-a. , 801 Alps Anisdor Tun.- Am. Flag Bowery Chaptnsn M.. Charter Os" 1,000 Chief of (U. Chief K Ext. Condor...... Excelsior.... e Usrner Hermes 1,000 uo J7M 301 LUMmiHhII.. 1.000 It Louise. 2,400 11H Marion....,.. Mead.Valley.24,023 9X Mewark 300 40 Pacific Tun.. Paged Pane. 2,400 16i Prsvin. 1,000 SO Pioche 1,000 Pioche W. Kx Pioch Phenix Portland.. 20 Huhn k Hunt 3.600 S l, Raymond a E 5,000 lngomar 1,000 40 Silver Peak.. opruiK wu'.ii 30' a, aim. isn . Ivanboe. . Kentucky.... 1,000 Kfnston 1,000 Lehigh 1,000 160 (len.Lee 1.0OO Mammoth. ...1,800 Noonday. ...000 , 30lWnl Beechcr. 30W. Creole.. 200 -0IO. Hidden Tr. 600 2j 20 SllverWsve.. SO w ra lieecner. ,-- . OALIFOKKIA MININO COMPANIES.' Alpine 1,200 10 Bellevue 3.000 2S Calsverss., 3,200 OH Caderberg. ... Con. Amsdor. Cottonwood O Dunderberg.. Kl Dorado I.a Enrska., 1.680 12 amis 1 IDAHO. Empire..,... IMinnMrota.... 1,070 Q. Chariot.... 750 13 S Red Jacket... Ids Ellmore.. 1,300 77 South Chariot 060 Mahogany.... 130 . 11 War Eagle. .. 1,000 UTAH. ' " ' "" Deasrst Cm.. 1.400 Is X Wellington., Independent. 1,800 J4 Keystone Qts . Mt. Jefferson.1.600 ICS OakvlHoQU.. Bye Patch . . . . St. Lawrence. . Ht. Patrick... 1.800 II Tecuineetl.... 3,000 ' K Tula Gravel.; 400 96 MALLET'S MARKET. AT TUB OLD ST AKD, OS Main St., Opposite Lacour Is the Place to Bay The Best and Cheapest MEAT 3. IN PIOCBK, TOANO (C.P.B.R.) NEVADA, Will Receive and Forward Freight to FIOOHS ....AND... All Parts of Eastern Nevada ... .AND. ... Territory, Sheriffs Sale. BY VIRTIK OF AN EXECUTION IBHCKA out of the Diutrict Court, fn and lor tjn county of Lincoln, btate of Nevada, aud to ma directed and delivered, for a judgment re-iidernl in said Court on the ltd day of January, A. i. 1m7, in fnvor of J. N. AVilliama and anainat Tboa. F. Hanlr-y, K. J. Haul, y, Jama Hit. a, A. Bocqueraa, U. W. Cnevley, J. H. -louea and F. A. liuck, fur tbe sum of threa tbcuaand viht huu d red and thirty-elx 20-1UO dollartt, daiuagea, to gether with aeven hnndrtd and ten 12-110 do), lure, tax coBta and aiturney'n feta.and all at cru iug eoMtH, 1 have levied on the follow in jj proptr ly.to wit; AU cf that cert Bin town let situated in th town of Pioche, Lincoln county, Bute cf Me vdtt, defcribed as fo Iowa: Fronting twenty-two feet on the aoutherly pide of Meadow Valley street, in Pioche, and exttndinR back aoutherly, the 88 tne width, one hundred feet, and bounded ensterly by lot owned and ot-cuiiied by Clute h Young, and on which utatida their aton and brick atore, and bounded westerly by lot owrttd andoct-upiid by John O'Neil, merchant tailor, and be in y the come lot on which utanda aton and brick bulldinK rect-nlly erecti-d by tbe aaid . Thou. F. Hanky, designated on tbe front there, of aa "Armory Hull," two ftorlea high, ninety- nix feet, in lenpth, and twenty-two feet in width, with aU and ainv.ular the teueitienta, lieredita menta, etc., then unto bL-lcnplng. hotice ia hereby given that on Saturday, the Ulat Vmy of Jauuaiy, A. I). l-7, at 19 o'clock m., X will aell all the ritjht, title and iutereat of said detudaiita in and to the above described property, at the Court Uouaa door, in Pioche, Nevada, at public auction, forcat-U in band, to the highest and best bidder, to satibly aaid execution and all cunts. W. B. TRAVIS, Sheriff, Ily B. H. HerFOx:t, Deputy bheriiT. Pioche, Ntv., January 8, ltw4. Ja8-td Idaho w Care F. F. Marx. Tosno, Nevada.1 JAS. CR0NAN, Agent at Piocbe. mr26-tf 1TH DISPATCII AND AT LOYVIMT Going lutes, llark GuoUs Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork, SAUSAGES AND SAUSAGE MEAT. Dou't foinet the pluc. obL U. ABADE k CO. CLOSIM OUT BISLMSS!! "yE W1LL stI'L 01,11 IMMINSE STOCK Iron, Steel, Shelf Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, MiU and . Mining Goods, AT LESS THAN COST! We will manufacture all kinds of Sheet-IroD, Tin and Copper Warn at tbe ACTUAL COST of material and labor. This if a legitimate Closing Out Bale, aa we have fully determined to retire from this busi ness. d20-tf J. J. HALPIN k CO. Change of Proprietorship in Bul lionviile. S. ABRAHAMSON, SUCCESSOR TO KTua ucb8is::. : H' AVINOBOt'GHT OCT THE BrRlSESS OF aaid firm, in Bullionviile, I will continue In the aaine business with a New Assorted Stock of Goods. All debts due the above firm are to be collect ed by me. 8. ABRAHAM SON. BuUfonvillo, October 23, 1873. nO-lm Great Reduction in Prices I Lacour atreet, near the Court House. 3 One-Pound Packages of the t)at Customer CoiTee for (1 001 Spices of all kinds cheaper than anywhere else. Fresh-roasted Peanuts 8 pounds for 81 00! Alwsys on hand, Truffles, Uuphrooms, Claret, beat Cognac, and a variety of French delicacies. Also, an immense storlr of Ons Balloons and Rubber Trumpets for the Holiday. Restaurants and the trade supplied at very low rates for caah. d20-lm DUPUT c HERRING, Proprietors. PIPIFAX milE ROSICKtCIAK WERE A 1SECT OF X FhiloKopbere who fleuriahed in tier many during the aeventeenth century, and prosecuted profound researches into Natural Science and Occult Philosophy, and sought to discover the ELIXIR OF IalFC. Although some superstition may have bucn developed anion the in and other Alchemists 1n search for tbe Kliiir Viite, yet there la acientifit truth at the bottom cf all Alchemy and Astrolo gy. They were impressed with the properties of HERBAL PREPARATIONS, And found dynamic and psychologic force iu tbe extract of certain plants. E. A. FARGO & CO., IMPORTERS & JOBBERS -0P- BRANDIES, WINES ' And LIQUORS, 310 Front st. BAN , Corner Commercial st.. I'R-A-isroisao. SelD-tf To the Unfortunate. KEW REMEDIES ! NEW REMEDIES! Is due to the researches of a learned scholar of Europe among the srehires of the Hosicrncians. It is made of TWENTY DIFFERENT HERBS, Gathered at such seasons of the year when their juices are strongest and virtues unimpaired, forming a combination unrivalled in the tnati ria medics. PIPIFAX Is an enemy to sll corruption it assists and fortifies Nature. Its manner of operation la to Drir to the Extreme Parts And through the pores of the skin and all einuDctories of the body, tbe bad humors which molest It, giving relief even in diseases the most refractory and difficult to cure, auch as Neuralgia, Dyepepsla, Constipation. Sick Bead ache, Nervous VYeakneER and Bill lou rnetsa. It ia pleatsant to the taste, mild in its nctlcn, marvel ous in its effects and iinsurpatwd aa atonic. UBed as a beverage in malarious districts it ntu tralizeB rohunia and prevents fevei and ague. Sold by all DrupgiBts, Groctraand Liquor dealeis. Depot 4U9 Front street. San Franclaco, sl7-3mis J. HOSMER'S PRODUCE AND, COMMISSION SSa Hext Door to MAUJtrS ....MAltRKT, " Mali, atnet, ... Pioelaa, Nevada. sct-H WANTED. nmnEi or focb ixpebts, to look out i. for Johnav Clark's Fsra Gams betvssa now and Christmas, as there is a greet desl of money st stsks and sverything saast go on riant. Bj order of the dlT-tf OOMMITTEK. DR. GIBBON'S DISPENSARY, Vo. 623 KEARNT STREET, COR. XI NEK Commercial, Kan Francisco. Private entrance on Commercial stro. Established in 1864, for the treatment of Sexual and Seminal Disease, such sa Gonorrhea, Gleet, Stricture, syphilis in all forms, Seminal WeaaneRS, Impotency, etc., etc. Skin diseases of years standing, and Ulcerated Legs, etc., successfully treated. DR. GIBBON has the pleasure of announcing that he has returned from visiting the principal Hospitals of Europe, and has resumed practice. The Doctor has spared neither time uor money fn seeling out new mnedies, snd has returned with Increased facilities for alleviating human sunenng. Seminal Wenkneaa. Seminal emission is connequenf of sel abuse. This solitai vice, or depraVed sexua. indulgence, is practiced by the youth of both sexes to an slmopt unlimited extent, producing with unerring certainty the following train of morbid symptoms, nnlesa combatted by scien tific medical measures, viz: Sallow countenance, dark spots under the evea, pain In the head, ring, ing in the ears, noise like the niBtling of leaves or rattling of chariots, tineanineHS about the loins, weakness of the limbs, confused vision, blunted intellect, loss of confidence, diffidence in approaching strangers, a dialiko to form new acquaintances, a deposition to shun society, less of memory, pimples snd various eruptions about the face, Lectio flushes, furred tongue, foetid breath, coughs, consumption, night sweats, monomania and frequently insanity. If relief be not obtained ,you ahould apply Immediately, either in person or by letter, and have a cure effected by his new and scientific mode of treat ing disease, which never fails of effecting a quick and radical cure. Cured at Borne. Persons at a distance may be CURED AT HOME, by addressing a letter to Dr. Gibbon, stating case, symptoms, length of time the dis t ase has continued, and have medicine promptly forwarded, free from damage and curiosity, to any part of the country, with full and plain dl rcctionB for urs. Persons writing to the Doctor will plesns atsi the name of the paper they see this advertise ment tn, R ftnclnaina II o In ooln in a registered letter ! tnrough the Foatofflce, orthrwugh Wells, Fargo ; UO., a pacaage oi nwaicine wiu wiwwuu-. . to any port of the Union. All oexumosicstions strictly eonftdetitisl. Address, DB. J. F. GIBBON, 41 My Box 1IM7, Ban Fiucisae, Oal. Notice to Lien Holders. IN THE DISTRICT COT'RT OF THE SEV. enth Judicial District, lu and for Lincoln oounty, Nevada. O. P. Sherwood and rTillism H. Sherwood, Plaintiffs, a gal nut Thomas F. Hanley, X. ). II unify, J. N. Williams, James Shea, A. Boc- Suerar., and R. McKee. and ti. W. Chesley, and . 8. Jones, Defendants, Notice Is j hereby given that O.P.Sherwood and William U. Sherwood, plaintiffs above named, have commenced an action in the above entitled Court, auainst Thomas F. Hanlev and others, to enforce a lien for the sum of seventeen hundred sixty-nine and seventy-eight one hun d red ths dollars, gold coin, sud interest thereon from July 9th, 1873, again nt that certain two storied brick snd stone building and the lot on which the same stands, situate on the south side of Meadow Valley street, adjoining on the west the premises now occupied by F. W. Clute; the 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 hun dred feet, more or lciis (known ss lot nine in block twenty.five) and being the premises on bleh stands that certain brick and atone build ing known aa and called Armory Hall. Said lien Is claimed under and by virtue of an Act of the Legislature of the State of Nevada, approved March 4th, A. D. 1871, and all persons holding or claiming liens against or upon ssid premises, under the provisions of said Act, are hereby notified to be and appear before said Court at the Court Bouse in ths town of Pioche on Friday, the 8(Uh day ef Jan wary, A. D. 1874, at 10 e'cloek a. m. of said day, the same being a day of a regular term of said Court, and to exhibit then and there the proofs of their said Hens, as provided in said Act And sll liens not then so exhibited and proved will be deemed wsived in favor of those liens so exhibited snd proved, ss in said Act provided. O. P SHERWOOD, WILLiAH H. SHERWOOD. Branti k 8i.nr, Plaintiffs' Attorneys Pioche, Ne-., Dec. 19th, 1873. d20-td Ja7-td THE DAILY ALU CALIFORNIA, rajvna uujajsr ahu a. oath PsciBe Coast. Frsncisoo. California. Subscriptions reoalved by BE6T HEWgPAFtB rubllaned at Hen , WIXDZAtaOLD.