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DAILY RECORD
WEDXESDAY.
Mttrl II, 11T4.
Tn Bnaineae OSo of th Piom Vuvt
Racuw will hereafter b la th ofltca ol H. R.
Uiob;, at Michael'! eigar Man, MUB atraet,
oppoatt Meadow Valley.
INDEPENDENT GRANGERS.
Hie organization o( new political
party, th member of which are known
Independent Granger, ha just been
perfected in th at. Th first Bute
Council met at Albany, New Turk, on
the 17th of February. It tu composed
of citizens who formerly affiliated with
th Republican and Democratic parties.
It i an off-shoot of th Patrons of Hus
bandry, with whom it strongly sympa
thizes in its efforts to curb th power of
monopolies. V alike the Patrons of Hus
bandry, however, agricultural pursuits
are not necessarily a qualification of
uienibenhip. Its doors are open to all
respectable citizens who believe in its
principles and promise to support them.
It is said to be th spontaneous out
growth of the popular feeling against th
oppressions of monopolies, and in favor
of better and purer legislation and an
honest administration of the law. Its
principles are:
First To secure to th cultivation of
th soil the reward justly due to tb first
and most vital of industries, lying at the
foundation of the prosperity of every
commonwealth; and to secure such
cheap and equitable rates in the transit
from the field to the market as will guar
antee fair remuneration to the producer
and reasonable terms to the consumer.
Second To prevent unjust discrimi
nation in the charges for transporting
the products of the farm and the factory,
and to co-operate in every well consid
ered movement, whether within the State
or among the several States; to secure
fairnes and equality in tb tariff estab
lished upon the great channels of inter
nal commerce.
Third To resist the encroschments of
corporate monopolies upon the rights of
the people from whom they derive their
corporate existence, while at tb same
time discountenancing ill-sdvised com
binations snd unjust aggressions against
corporate interests which would impair
their usefulness and inure to the com
mon injury.
Fourth To aid industry in its une
qual struggles against the oppressions
and exactions of organized capital, to
secsre equity and justice in all the rela
tions between capital and labor, and to
allay the unfortunate spirit of antagon
ism between the two, which cripples the
energies of both, and can result only in
injury to the material interests of the
people.
Fifth To obtain a readjustment of
the system of taxation so that all proper
ty shall contribute its equitable propor
tion of the expense of Government.
Sixth To resist the demands of bank
ers and money lenders for the repeal of
the laws forbidding the exaction of op
pressive rates of interest from borrowers,
wisely enicted to protect the poor and
the unfortunate from the grasping ava
rice of hoarded wealth.
Seventh To secure the application of
the strictest principles of economy in the
administration of Government, with just
but not excessive compensation for the
dUcharse of official duties.
Eighth To elevate the standard of
political parlies by educating their mem
bers to a full appreciatiou of their re
sponsibilities in reference to public af
fairs. And,
Finally To secure better legislation
and purer administration of law, by re
stricting the influence of partisanship in
both, by seeking the nomination of com
petent and incorruptible candidates for
public office in the conventions of all po
litical parties, and by laboring to make
honesty, capacity and fidelity tUo highest
standard of qualification.
Newspapers. In 1TM there was one
paper in the t'nited States, with an an
nual circulation of 16,000; in 1725 four
newspapers circulated 170,000 copies,
and 50 years later, about the breaking
out of the Amerioiu Involution there
were 37 newspapers, which circulated
yearly 1,200,000 copies. Thirty years
ago there were scarcely a thousand news
papers, but in 1870 there were 5,801.
From 1300 to 1870 the increase was about
70 per cent., seven per cent, per annum.
Taking tb same relative increase for the
past three years, there must be now at
least 7,000 newspapers, which circulate
orer forty million aunually.
Xxw York liquor dealers are requested
by the Ladies' Praying Brigade, to Bign
tb following pledge:
I solemnly and unreservedly promise,
upon my sacred honor, that I wiil neith
er make, buy, sell, use, furnish, or cause
to be furnished to others as a beverage,
any melt or spirituous liquors or wine;
and I lurther promise to do all in my
power to prevent its sale or us as a
beverage iu this community. To all of
which I pledge my most sacred honor.
The city authorities are to be asked to
provide employment for those who will
give np business; and the ladies propose
to keep at the work for an indefinite
period.
In the Scientific American of January
24, is described a patented process for
obtaining a metallic alloy which resem
bles silver better than any substance yet
known, with respect to color, specific
gravity, malleability, ductility, sound and
other characteristics. The new alloy is a
compound of copper, nickel, tin, zinc,
cobalt and iron. If this new metal is as
perfect as represented, there may be a
good chance for coin counterfeiters, etc.,
to atart a flourishing business in zonking
trade dollars, halves, quarters, etc.
Iowa and Michigan are moving in the
matter of according political rights to
women. In th Iowa Legislature re
cently the House by a vote of 56 to 38,
voted to strike out the word " male "
from the Article in the State Constitution
relating to the elective franchise. The
Michigan Assembly by a vote of 56 to 39
took action identical in character.
The: greatest run of lack on record is
that of a Baltimore cigar dealer, who,
within th last three month, ha Inher
ited a fortune, drawn a big lottery prize,
found seven thousand dollars buried in
the cellar of his bouse, end lost his
mother-in-law. r
A Tebu Him dry good clerk is said
to be so slim, and his head so sharp that
h slipped rubber tip over bis poll and
attended a recent masquerade bell as a
lead pencil.
Tub California Stat Board of Agri
culture justifies horse racing at State
fairs, and regards the denunciation of it
by th HeaMsburg Orange at wholly mn-warranUd.
Telegraphic Dispatches
unotAi. n trk riociiB dah.1 mkjoud.
Eastern Dispatches.
Kiw You, Mar. 9. The latest re
ceived foreign papers contain a remark'
able speech of Field Marshal Moltke,
It was note addressed to foreign pow
ers, rather than a statement for domestic
purposes. Moltke says:
The real question brought before tb
House is whether henceforth Germany
shall bear the heavy loss necessarily in
curred by keeping 410,000 men on a per
manent peace footing, and that the ques
tion must be considered in the light of
oar home and foreign relations. The
present generation could not hope to
escape the onerous duties connected with
the maintenance of large armaments,
and it was but too probable that Ger
many would be obliged to protect for
fifty years to come what she bad gained
in five months. Germany, by the last
war, won the respect, but certainly not
the love, of her neighbors, and in what
ever direction the members might turn
their eyes, they would find nation
haunted with the idea that Germany was
likely to become a disagreeable neighbor
before long. There was a strong French
parly in Belgium, notwithstanding
that Germany had repeatedly saved
the independence of that kingdom.
It was but too well known to those who
sympathized in the war of 1870, that even
England had recently witnessed the pub
lication of pamphlets contemplating the
chances, not of a French, but of a Ger
man landing in that country. Denmark
had increased the number of ber coast
ing vessels, deeming it necessary to pre
pare against a German descent. Kay,
Germany was even charged with the in
tention of invading the Baltic provinces
of Knssia and coquetting with the Ger
men subjects of Austria, anl all this
when France had copied the whole sys
tem of the German military organization,
and by extending the duty of the mili
tary service over twenty years, and giv
ing the law retrogressive force. She
has passed an act for an army of
1,200,000 men, and a territorial force
of on million, France bad now
152 regiments of iufrntry, instead
of 11C as before the war; 323 batteries,
instead of 159, as formerly. She began
the war of 1870 w ith eight corps d'orme,
snd she bad now 19, and while Germany
had hitherto spent less than 100,000,000
thalers on her troops, she does not hesi
tate to appropriate 171,000,000 tbalers
for a like purpose. The French Legisla
tive Assembly the other day actually
forced an extra sum of 109,000,000 thal
ers on the government to enable them to
drill this year. French towns vie with
each other in building barracks, setting
apart drill grounds, etc. To be sure, a
great majority of intelligent Frenchmen
bear their defeat with more dignity than
would appear to be the cose from the
orations of public speakers, and if the
French Government is convinced of the
necessity of promoting peace for some
time to come it is above all owing
to the f net that a judicious Gen
eral was at the head of the
nation. Still Germany remembered but
too well the sad scenes of some years
sgo, when the French Government was
carried away by extreme parties and hur
ried into an imprudent war. He was
sorry to say that, however, many people
iu France might be opposed to the repe
tition of such a course, no one who lis
tened to the vociferous cries for revenge
which penetrated across the Tosses could
abandon the ideathnt what had happened
once might happen soon again. He ar
gued that all experience showed the com
parative worthlessness of militia, al
though it was true Americans ultimately
conquered with troops mobilized from
the militia forces but the French mobil-
urs had been but of little use. Another
argument against militia was the danger
of arming people promiscuously when
sectarianism was so rampant. He con
cluded with a strong appeal for the army
Philadelphia, Mar. 9. The steamer
Eenuisy Leavina arrived to-day from
Liverpool. She' experienced a violent
hurricane on the 27 tb ult. At midnight
C'apt. Broadburn, the first and second
officers and two men were swept over
board and lost, and the fourth officer had
his leg broken. All the deck houses and
boats were swept away. Brady, former
ly third mate of the ill-fated Atlantic,
who, it will be remembered, swam
ashore and secured a line of the Atlantic,
thereby being the meant of saving a num
ber of uvea, was a steerage passenger on
the Penissy Leavina, and it was decided
to put the ship in his charge, and be
brought her safely through. Captain
Broadburn, who belonged in Baltimore,
intended to make this hit last voyage, as
it had been arranged for him to act as
Port Warden at Liverpool. ,
Coixmots, Ohio, March 9. The tem
perance women held a prayer meeting
and, seventy-five divided into four
squads, visited 20 saloons, but received
no signatures to the dealers' pledge,
They obtained many signatures to the
temperance pledge. A meeting of 25
representatives of leading wholesale
grocery bouses of this city to-night
adopted resolutions declaring their inten
tion to continue dealing in liquors under
the laws. The first surrender to th cru
saders occurred to-night, Th proprietor
of the largest billiard-rooms in this city
has published a card, saying that the
women's temperance movement has
furnished him an opportunity for doing;
what he has long been considering, and
from thst date no liquor will be sold at
hi place.
Dattow, Ohio, March 9. The wom
an' temperance crusade was continued
to-day with renewed vigor and under
favorable weather. It attracted great
crowds of people who followed the four
detachment into which the crusaders
were divided, from one aaloon to an
other. A number of saloons wer visi
ted, th proprietor receiving the tear
and fervent guests with but cool courte
sy, while th crowds who filled tb
places alternately ohetred and jeered. At
several beer saloons kegs were emptied
by the thirsty throng with greater rapid
ity than was almost ever known before,
several places selling more to-day than
they ordinarily do in week. There
were many drunken men on the streets
to-night, and a free fight occurred iu
which a policeman was bsdly beaten.
Tb excitement is increasing, and appre
hension of disagreeable results are felt.
No one has yet closed or signed the
pledge, "f " " '
Belli Fontaine, March 9. Another
saloon succumbed to-day, making six
closed sine th Woman's Movement be
gan. . , ,
X zw Yobx, March 9. A meeting of
clergymen was held in Association Hall
this afternoon to consider what steps are
necessary or advisable to lake for the
promotion of the temperance movement.
A committee was appointed to consider
the matter.
Boston, Murch 9. In the first game
of the billiard tournament to-night.
Classy beat Daley by 400 to 5C7. TJbas-
sy's average wot five.
Wbexlcio, V., March 9. Dnring a
gale last night an unknown woman cross
ing the railroad bridge at Bridgeport,
Ohio, wes blown into the river and
drowned.
Leavenworth, Ks., 9. Mrs. Carpenter
shot and instantly killed John White, of
the Fifth Infantry, wbo entered her
kitchen, locked the door and made im
proper advances, refusing to go when or
dered out.
Albany, N. 1'., March 9. The Gover
nor this evening sent a message to the
Legislature announcing the death of ex
President Fillmore. Appropriate reso
lutions were adopted, aud a joint com
mittee wss appointed to attend the fun
eral.
Richmond, Vs., March 9. John E.
Bossieux, President of the Dollar Sav
ings' Bank, which suspended during the
financial crisis, was to-day thrown into
bankruptcy, and arrested on a criminal
charge concerning his management.
Philadelphia, March 9. The police
to-day entered complaint against twenty
taverns for keeping the side doors to bars
open, contrary to ordinance.
Elizabeth, N. J., March 9. A Sun
day saloon closing mass meeting is called
here. The Mayor's order to close sa
loons yesterday was generally disre
garded. Chicago, Mar, 10. The St. Paul Dis
patch prints some astounding statements
relative to contracts on postal routes in
the far west, held by C. C. Huntly. The
Dispatch claims that at the outset Hunt
ly, by the aid of some Washington con
federates, procured from the filet several
petitions from Montana, and cut off the
names and attached them to a petition
for a postal route from Missoula, Mon
tana, to Walla Walla, Washington Terri
tory, 450 miles, through a wilderness,
without settlers, and got the contract at
$20,744 per annum, which was subse
quently increased to $02,232 per annum;
that Hunlty immediately tub-contracted
at $14,000, and pocketed $48,000 a year
for six years, th 9 mail matter sent over
the route not exceeding eight letters and
papers each mail; that he also obtained
route 41,131 from Kelton, t'tah, to th
Dalles, Oregon, 750 miles, daily trips, at
$224,000 per annum, and that his last
operation was getting route 42,101 from
Boise City, Idaho, to Winnemucca, Ne
vada, 280 miles, at $77,000, of which
$00,000 was clear profit.
Philadelphia, March 10. The feeders
in the Evening Telegraph office having
struck for increased wages when the
first edition was put on the press, they
were promptly discharged and girls now
do the work at the wages paid the men.
Labamie, March 10. Last night about
8 o'clock the prisoners in the penitentia
ry here surprised and overpowered the
guard, took the keys, opened the cell
doors of several others, and nine of them
escaped, taking three horses with them.
Officers and soldiers are in pursuit, but
up to noon to-day none of them had been
recaptured.
Biko Hampton, X. T., March 10. The
boiler of the City Water Works exploded
this morning, killing the engineer and
demolishing the boiler hou9. The city
is now without water. The Mayor has
called a meeting of the Common Council
to appoint a special patrol to guard
against fire. It will take 24 hours to
clear away the wreck yet remaining.
Washington, March 10. In the House
the memorial of the Ohio Women's Suf
frage Association protesting against
Frelinghuysen't bill, regulating th suf
frage in Utah, was presented. ,
Baltimore, M. D., March 10. The
steamer Edgar Stewart, bos been seized
upon a libel for seamen's wages.
Pacific Coast.
San Francisco, March 10. Mayor Otis
gave his endorsement to the ladies' tern
perance movement last night. He said
to them that be hoped their petition
would be granted, and that all their ef
forts to remove th evil of intemperance
would be successful.
Foreign News.
Loxnoa, March 9. Charles Orton
publishes a confession in the Globe to
dsy thai the Ticbborne claimant is his
own brother.
The! British steamship Andes, from
Kew Tork to Cardiff, has been spokes at
aea, disabled.
The House of Commons to-day adopted
a motion to issue writ for th re-election
ofmembers wbo have entered the min
Istery, and adjourned till Monday.
A royal banquet was given at Windsor
Castle this evening. The Queen, Prince
and Princes of Wales, Duke of Edin
burgh and bride, Dnkeof Cambridge,
Duke of Abeacom, members of the old
and new Government, and other dis
tinguished perwn were present to the
number cf 110. -
The Queen may formally open Parlia
ment in person on the 19th inat.
Dr. Eneally, the Tiefaborne elaimant's
counsel, ha written a note apologizing
for the violence of hit protect published
this morning, declaring that he had no
intention of reflection on the judicial
acts of th Court.
Th Cambridge crew arrived at Putney
tday. The Oxford will take up their
quarters on the Thames early next week.
A furious snow storm prevails in Eng
land, in tome places accompanied by
lightning.
The government will not proclaim next
Thursday, the day appointed for the
entry of the Duke and Ducheaa of Edin
burgh into the city, a holiday, but elab
orate preparations are making to decor
ate the route of the procession. Exten
sive pavillions, richly ornamented nre to
be erected. Eight thousand soldiers and
800 sailors and nisriues have been de
tuined to line the streets through hich
hir Boyal Highness is to pass.
The Kale Spinnina Mill. Duudee,
burned last night. Loss $100,000.
Seven hundred hands are thrown out of
employment.
Lord Northbrook, Viceroy of Iudia, Iu
a dispatch dated Calcutta to-day, assures
the Government that ths relief work set
in operation at Patna have wardtd off
the danger of distress from the famine in
that district, all of the needy inhabitants
being supplied with employment suffi
cient for themselves and families.
NEVADA KTATK ITEMS.
Fatal Accident. J. B. Overton, Su
perintendent of the Virginia and Gold
Hill Water Works, gives us the particu
lar of an accident which resulted yester
day afternoon iu the death of Herman
Eike, a very steady, quiet, promising
young man in the employ of the compa
ny. Eike was coming down from the
Inlet (where the water runs from tb
flume into tb piping) a point about one
and a half miiei from the Lake View
House on snow shoes, in company with
another emnlove. when one of his shoes
slipping away from bim be went after it
ana in doing to loosened a oans oi snow
which alid down upon him. and buried
him deep beneath its surface. His com
ranion was not within reach of the slide
and escaped to the Toll House, where
snmmonins heln he returned within an
hour to find youug Eike dead under
three feet of the treacherous snow. His
body was disinterred and lies now at the
Lake View Toll House awaiting the ar
rival of his mother who had been tele
graphed to at Oakland. Carson Ap
peal, bin.
A Winteb WiTHorr a ting. It now
looks as though if we are to get through
our Winter without a fire. Thus far we
have had nothing that called for the as
sistance of the engines, and but very few
alarms. This unusual exemption from
the ravages of fire is doubtless due in a
great degree to the extra care used last
Fall in putting up and securing stove
pipes, and to the precautions taken in
the construction of flues. About the
time that fires became necessary to com
fort last Fall, the press of this city and
Gold Hill constantly warned all persons
of the danger of bad ly arranged flues and
insufficiently secured stovepipes, and it
would seem that the warning was pretty
generally heeded. Strangers in the town,
unless preached to in regard to the mat
ter, have no ides of the inflammable na
ture of the soot which here accumulates
in stovepipes and flues, and which is,
nine timet out of ten, the cause of the
fires in this city. Enterprise, Cth.
We are told that there is a great deal
of sickness among our neighbors at Em
pire, caused almost wholly by the bod
weather. Chronio colds, then rheuma
tism, pneumonia, etc. The children are
in the majority of the sick. Aud we are
sorry to learn besides that among a num
ber of adults wbo are Bick, Jim Hope has
been dangerously ill for the last month,
requiring the presence of a watchful
nurse all that time, lUurson Appeal,
Cth.
Women's Tampibance Movkment.A
report is circulated in Virginia to the ef
fect that the ladies of that city contem
plate commencing war shortly upon the
saloon business, in which event it is said
that Orndorff & Magee's saloon, called
the Delta, will be vitited first.
The proprietors of the Keno Journal
are making preparations to issue daily
paper.
Sciexttfic DtscovgBT. The assemb
ling of a tea party in the interest of
science in the back room of a publio
bouse, about two o'clock ono morning
this week, says the Elko Independent of
March Ttb, resulted in tb important dis
covery that an ordinary Star canille, even
when placed perpendicularly upon
chunk of Evanston coal and deposited
within the cavity of a patent radiating
stove although a delusive glare through
the isin-glnss doors may give a glowing
promise of coming warmth can not be
persuaded to eliminate heat enough to
render comfortable a 12x20 "balloon'
room with the freezometer at 30 below
Such is the solemn declaration of said
body after a persevering effort of 60
minutes by the clock.
In 1790 there were only 75 postoftkes
in the United States; the postal revenues
were $37,935; the expenditures $32,140
showing a saving of $5,815. In 1873 the
number of postoffices bad increased to
33,244; the postal revenue were $22,
996,741.57, the expenditures $29,084,
945 7, showing a defloit of $6,088,
204.10.
Fob Gotsbnob. Upon what the Elko
Independent considers good authority,
Senator Bobert McBelh, of Humboldt,
will be a candidate for Governor on the
Democratic ticket.
Matob AIidiix write from Pari tbst
nobody in th city drink water who can
poesibiv avoid doing so. Hence a Cni
cago man feels perfectly at home.
PUBLIC NOTICE !
PARTIES OWKTNO AND WOBKIKO MINES'
A. u in - -
HI6HLAND HINtKO DISTRICT
are reapeetfully informed that I sai prepared to
work their ores on the moat reasonable terms.
aoti i tm alao prepaAHl ut pure a a an .
That will pay for milling. Apply at U aUl
J. V. WILLIAMS, gnpt.
Or to Messrs. Harrises Bra., Mais Bt. pitch
Messrs. A. COHN sfc Bro.
TJEO TO AKNOCXCB THAT TH&Y BAVK
X3 pnrckaatdef
.OsKXC
Bis tmaiaws tn Plocha. and will henceforth
pmad as Mais at, opposite Meadow Valley
sum. amit-u
business girrrtorit.
BRAHAM T. W.
Postmaster.
office. Lessor street.
B RERAN. Pa. PA 1 1. SC., 1ST Montgomery St,
Ban Francisco.
DEHGSTE1N DR. H., Physiclsa, White's
JJ Building, Main street, over SUM Bank.
BISHOP a LEE, Physicians,
Math street.
1 JISUOP t 8ABIN, Attorneys t Law.
If - Main street.
BREAEEY H. B.. Notary Public. Com
aiiaaiouor of Deed and Mining Recorder,
Main street.
1JONV WILLIAMS' SALOON, lint dtorbe.
13 low Weill, Fargo fc Co.
COOK, R. it., Assayer, neat door to Johnston'
livery stable. ;
CVAS8IDY, JOHN, Capltcl Saloon. " i
j Main street. '
CASON A MICHEL. Lafeyctta Restaurant,
Meadow Valley St.
JITY MEAT MARKET, Alain St.
QVLVERWELL. W5t, Bullionrille Stage, eta.
CABILL t FOX. Buck Brokers,
tufi Montgomery street, Baa Francisco.
"I LAKE D. C. fc BHO., Wholesale M Beta 11
J Dealer in Groceries. Provisions and uea
erai Merchandise, Lower Main street.
-10H ADOLPH BRO.. Wholesale aud
j Retail Dealera in Tobace snd Cigars,
Main afreet.
inOSCHINA k GTISTIN. Dealers in Foreign
and i'omtnic irons, jaa -a miwi
"CHARTER OAK STOVES.-Sold by J. 1. UaL
j pin k Co., Main atreet.
CLANCY k MCCORMICK, Saloon, Mais
V tnt.
T AILT ALTA CALIFORN1A-C. Wiederhold,
X Agent.
EAL DE. D. L.. Physician.
Main street.
"T.ONAUOE fc QVILLIN, Bakery, Dealers in
XJ Liquors, Provisions and Groceries.
"I1DWARDB T. !.. Attorney snd Counselor at
XJ Law, carton city
1MKEKMAKN J. k CO., Importers and Dealer
i in Hardware. Crockery, GlaaMraM and
UtiBM-turmBhtng (ioodt, Main street.
TLT k PIQFA. Academie Danmnte.
Xli Ir iwn'aUall, Main ilnat,
1JARGO E. A. A CO., Importer and Jobbers
1 of Brandies, Wines and Liquors, 816 Front
street, aan ranclaco.
FELSEKTHAL PH.. Wholesale and Betall
Dealer in Orocenes, Provisions, etc.. Main
street.
IMNLAYSON, JAS., Dealer ill Dry Goods,
: Mais 8t.
OLD BAIX BESTAtRAKT, Lower Main Et.
piRtSOER CHOP HOUSE, old poatoKce
V Jl DIUiaiDg, LACJUTHt.
GIBBON DB., Oibboa's Dispensary,
62S Kearny street, nan Frtncitr
t ILMEB k 8ALISBDBT, Dally Blase Line.
VJT Orac at Wells. Fargo k Go's.
GIBFBIED k BRI8ACHER, San Franelare
keataurant and Bakery, Meadow Valley
atreet, opposite DexUT btablea.
TJOBMER. J., Produce and Cotumtuion Bton,
11 Main 8.
TTAI.PUI J. J. CO,. Dealers la Hardware,
XX Main atreet.
HAMILTON ., Wholesale snd Retail
XX Liquor Dealer, Main street.
rTARRlHOR RROtL TMulm In Tnmiltm
XX Bedding, Carpets, etc., Main atreet.
ILL SAMUEL, Agent Florence Sewing Ma
chinee. IS New Montffomerv atreet. Urand
uiei uuuaing, Ban rrancuco.
rTAREKBERO DR. C. PfaTalclan and Hnnmir,
XX ateaaow v alley street.
ACOBS k BTLTAN, Wholesale and Retail
Dealers la Oenersl Merchandise, Main at.
LY ana curt uonse. Bait Lake,
rARTFV V VMitm VIU
IV oi aiain ana sieadow valley streets.
EVIN, J. A CO.. Cigars, Tobacco and 8ta
I uonery, Alain Bt.
EHMAN, & P., Pioteex Btablea, Alrsdow
1 v alley ot.
lli c nuv HAH, llanniactnrers snd lm
I portera of Havana Curare, corner of Sacra
memo ana tiaiterv streets, ban rrancisco.
T IV1NGBTON fc CO., Fine Brandies, Wines
l and Liauora. Mo and 222 OaUtornls street.
ban r ranclaco.
TNCH JOHN C Wholesale snd Betall
i Liquor Dealer, cor. Main and Laeour ata.
MEADOW VALLEY HOTEL SALOON,
Bullionvtlle.
Tk J ICHAF.L H., Cigar Store, Main street, oppo-
Bits Meadow Valley atreet.
ARX P. F., Forwardirg and OomtntsaioQ
XVI. Mercnant, xoano (u. i. u. a. sieved.
l EYEB8 k LICHTEX'STEIN, Aaetion and
IV A. Commiaaion Merchants, Lacour street.
"If ORTON fc 8CHWEIQEB, Boots and Shoes,
1VA Ateadow Valley bt.
I0TT. FISH fc CO , Importer and Dealers
ii in naraware. still ana Minine uooda. etc,
aicauow valley atrset.
NEVADA MEAT MAKKET,
Main, opposite Lacour street.
TV'ESBITT fc WEABNB, Conimisstoa ller-
ll chants, Lower Main St.
K'EVADA CENTRAL RAILWAY, oflca Upper
X i ateaaow sitey av.
IV
TICHOL8 DB.F.C.
Dentist. Main treat.
II TCAH WKSDfl,
Attorneys at Law, Lacour street
)OND, BKTXOLD8 fc CO., Importers and
oRDenoi wine ana uaaors. U13 uaiifor
nia street. Ban f Tanclsco.
PIOCBE DAILT RECORD, Kewspaper and
' Job Frintiuc Oflic. Laoonr elreet. wast
end. Publication omoa, Alain street, opposite
meadow valley street.
T3I1ITCBARD W. L. (T. F. Lawler. Agent at
X Piorhe) Fart Freight Lin irom Paliaade
Pioche, Alain atreet, below Lacour.
ry I:LAN fc DOKABXE, Plocfc Bakery
V aieanow t alley tn.
4uua, iHsaiear in urocenes, rro.
1 and General Merchandise. Stone
Store, Lacour street.
HEA, BOCQVEHAZ fc McKEB, Wines and
I Liquors, corner Front and Jackson street.
Dan r rauclaco.
TE1N, CUAS. fc CO., Storage and Coin minion
I House, Wines and Liquora. Lower Main
street.
OCHC6TRICH fc KLErNE.
O Philadelphia Brewery, Main street
:(XTT RUSSELL.
3 Palaoa Club Rooms, Main atreet
HEKWOOD fc BRO., Dealers In Lumber,
OMITH JAS. 8. fc CO.. Stock Brokers,
C7 Main street.
LJTATB BANK OF NEVADA.
Mais Street
'HUUreuM ft UAl DIN. Wholesale Dealer
. w inee, l-lquor and curat. Lacour atreet.
ri'IUVIS fc CO , Pioche and Hamilton Stage
X Line: Frank C. Mlnahull, at Well, Fargo
A Co, Aoent.
-sir ti l t FARGO CO, Exchange, Banking
ud Express Company, Main atreet.
WE8C0ATT V., Patents for Mineral Landa,
Meadow Valley streat.
WBEKLEB FRANK fc CO., Importers snd
Dealers In General Hardware, Main at.
WIEDERHOLD C,
Pioneer Haws Depot, Mais atreet
PIONEER STABLES,
... - - 1
Meadow Valley Street, Piocaa,
FIBBT-CLAS3 TCRN-OCTS OK EVERY De
scription Buggie and Buggy Tram,
uusnrpasecd thl aid of Ban Franc laco. First
claaa Saddle Horse.
Particular attention nlven to animate on
lieery. ,
Stock kept OB meet REASONABLE TERMS.
and satisfaction guaranteed.
Only give, me trial. - i ' ' .1
E. P. LEBMAN.
fel.tf
SHERWOOD ct BRO.
r, MAIN STREET. PIOCBE,
SUPPLY
....or.
'ALL ' EIIBS
MINING
AND B mLD 0 LCMBKB,
.-- BAVBJD TIMBER, '
HEWED TIMBRE AMD POLES.
CALIFORNIA LUMBER,
REDWOOD and SCOAR PINE, -
MOrLDINOS and SHINGLES,
DOORS aad WINDOWS, Etc,
Also, STOVE-WOOD, any length snd sis.
febU tf H-BICK. aiet.
rnloons & liquor Jiousrs.
MORE EXTENSIVE!
MORE ATTRACTIVE!
JOHN C. LYNCH,
Wholesale and Eetafl Liquor Merchant,
Comer Main and Lacour at recta,
Alao Proprietor of th Long-established
and wall-knows
FASHION SALOON & CLUB ROOMS,
TARES FLEABUBR IK IKfORMrNO OLD
IatTma and new one that be will continue ,
b heretofore to kep
THE FINEST WINES,
LIQUORS
IN TUTS MARKET.
Particular attention will hereafter be given
The Wholesale Trade.
AU deairuuz to stock Bars, tn the city or out
side camps, are invited to call and sample goods
snd it-am price
Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
ra-tt
E. HAMILTON
Wholesale
ad Retail
. Sealer Ixx . .
nnsraupESAiiB cms,
Main Street, Pioclie.
rsWB RETAIL DEPARTMENT OOMPBISIKO
1 a Liquor and Billiard Ha loon, with four
new and
SPL.RXD1D TABLES!
IIu b?n fltttxl up regard lew of tripe dm, and
cballcDftn conpariMu with any Btlooa tn tl
DIM. ft.06-U
CHAS. STEIN sfc CO.,
MAIN STREET, PIOCBE, tiEVADA,
BTOHAOI
COMMISSION HOUSE,
Wholesale and Betail Sealers
r
FINE WINES.
LIQUORS & CIGARS
COUNTRY ORDERS
Promptly attended to.
E.
A. FARGO & CO.
IMPORTERS & JOBBERS
BRANDIES, WINES
Axxca. iiiQnons
810 Front c,t Corner Ceeasaereial at.
SAN FHANCISCO.
seW-U
SHEA, BOCQTJEBAZ & McKEE
(8CCCUSOBS TO BHJJVAN fc CASHMAN.t
Importers aad Jobbers of
WINE8 AND LIQUORS
ool Aorjrr ron
Golden and Tea Kettle Hearbai
WI1ISKIF.S.
Jor. Front and Jaciaon kta.,8AK FRAXCISCO
.a!2-tf
MEADOW VALLEY BREWERY
Comer of Main and Meadow Valley streets.
PIOCBE .... JUVADA.
F. IASTEN - - - - Proprietor.
rriBE MEADOW V ALLEY BREWERY BA8
M. been fitted np in tbe most tasteful manner
snd supplied witn
SUPER OB BRANDS OP
LIQUORS and CIGARS
LAGER BEER from the Splendid Brew
ery at Meadow 'alley. ui-tl
RUSSELL SCOTT
HA8 OPENED CLUB ROOMS OVER HAL
PIN a Hardware bton, Main atreet, and
ha connected therewith s handaom Bar.
Persons visiting th PALACK can rely on the
beat of accommodation a, and when otaer
amusement am required it will not ba neoeaaa-
ry to go eiaewDcr. ojt-u
JAMES CLANCY.
WINES,
j. o. Mccormick,
LIQUORS
AMD
MAIN STREET, PIOCHE.
clancy . Mccormick.
auM
CAPITOL SALOON,
MAIN STREET, PIOCIIE.
r. XT. CASSZBV,
PROPRIETOR.
1EKP TBE BEST WINED. LIUl'OR AND
1 CIGARS that ara obtainable in the United
.!.' mylMf
Philadelphia Brewery,
MAIN STREET, PIOOHE, - -
8CHC8TRICI1 fc KUWE...... PROPRIETORS
18 rURNISHINO A 6XPERIOR ARTICLE OP
Lager Beer, in quantities to suit, at th low
eat rat. Adjoining camps supplied on short
notice. JjW-tf
A. LITDieeTOS. SUAO LXTX, . A t. WILLLMU.
LIVINGSTON it CO.,
Importer end Wholesale Dealer. Is '
fibebbahdi.es,
WINES & LIQUORS,
SJ0 E J2J CiLIFOBNIA STREET,
Betwees Bsrlary nd Front, gas Franeiaco.
Sole Agrnta for tb Paclle Coast for
UA 0M TsUe, 0W 78, C. L. Mills, sod Pride
at Ktrrtnrk; Whittle.
THE 31EADOW VALLEY
HOTEL SALOON,
AT BULLIONVILLE,
HiTO'd BEEN REFITTED AND RE
STOCKED throughout, is now open for tb
reception of the public
' vax slyke fc Mcpherson.
Proprietors.
BulUosTllle, Xer. , Jan. . 1874. Ja6-tf
Granger Chop-House,
Laeeenr at., old PeataSttao BsuUdlags,
MRS. RICHARDS,
Pronrietreaa.
THIS HOUSE WILL
ba omned to th tinhlie
on MONDAY NIGHT, Jan. U and will be kept
aa a ftmt-elaa Chop-Honae. Meal at all hours
or ih day or night; Maala ooofced to order.
Ojatera In crery etyl. Jall-bT
Gwttitsi ElotUing.
P. H. TELSEKTHat
QFTEKSBU FA-TIRE 8TO, K r
Groceries.
Hardware.
Crockery,
Clothing,
Boots and Shoes, Etc.,
-AT-
AlllU FII1ST (OST!
Stone Btore, Warehontet. Etc. fr,v
Sale. low!
J13-tf
Boots, Boots, Boots.
MORTOS & MimntFll.
Meadow' Vall,, street.
HAV1KO Ilr.tHAmi HE ItSlMiR
of Mr. A J. Mu,rl,y, H.adow v.ll.y t '
(ui,poeito th. Dexter Mailt a) ill tm, ,o;
the next CO dava to n II a 1., ... . ..... .
made Hoots, st greatly reduced pricta.
They 1K are rreiand lo aanufittiira til
llndsof superior CmhkI, E.t.u, Kaii.d
Pecged, fferrwrd ir b wi d, fit m ll.e btattnnili
of Areach Btork.
MI.MNO IXCTH lltelr KirttDll).
We will auaraulee cur f.ri r,...i.
Boots and 0 altera to be equal to any ettr ntd.
In the elate. A ocd tt vartantii). r ...
PARTICIXAR A1TIMION uald 1.
REPAIRING.
7'Oar Prices iU confi rm to the Times.
- MORTON df ocbh-eicer.
f-tf
Usrrlaiicus.
ZffOTXOB.
ALL PARTIES 1 INDEBTED TO ARMORY
Hall aaloon. will do wall by Milling on or
bclora tbe 6th day of Marth, aa after Urn
dale all bills will be (teen to the Conitable lot
collection.
mt-td
K.J. IIANLEY.
HARRISON BROS.
....DSAUas ....
Furniture and Bedding
Carpets, Wall Paper, Ualag, Doen
aad Siaab. Vc,
MAIM 8TRKET, PIOCIIE.
NPBINQ AKD PIXU MATHESSES
Stanitetej,' Sheets,
PARLOR AND BED-ROOM SjKTS,
FISB TOILET SETS,
Carpets and Oil Cloth,
' 'Window Shades.
A FINE ASSORTMENT Or rPHOLSTEM
Goods, Drapery, fce. Paper Banging dose.
ap4-tf
THOMPSON & GllDLl
srrrEBsoRS to a. c. cordon,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALI
DEALERS IN
Wines, Liquors Sc. Cigars
Fire-Proof Building, ta
ceur street.
Next Door north of the Poat office,
PIOCBE . - NEVADA.
Goods Takenjn Storage.
IS COKNECT10N WITH TBE ABOVI A
neat
Sarrvpl Room
Is attached, where nothing but Ha Llqaora
(elected from th boT stock will ba dllaf'
which will be prtslded oyer by Mr. A. McAfc
1STER, who wlU be glad lo sea his old frlenoi.
niyU-tt
PURCHASE
-OT
Walker House.
H ATTN 0 THIS DAY PCRCBA8EP THE
Walker Houae, we .re now In P
of the two beat hotela in Salt Lake City. Of the
Walker Houae we deem It unneceaMry w j
anything in ltsbebalf.it ipleodid e.iftoa
eleVant equipment being so U known to th.
PUTb?CUFT HOUSE, though set "
known aa th Walker ""ise-na"" " -open
but a few weeks-l U"in 'iu,
appointment, the building being J'Ba"
fimllure of the moat hah.ouable and e'eSJ"
style. Tbe location of thl. houae to cealr.1
eommanda a splendid Tiew of tlwUke and m'
enow-clad mountains and nirrountil ng scenery
tt. uu..i r,ni.tiATi la aunerior m tbat 01 auf
other houae in tne ciiy .
ier houae in the city. ,mnd e
nth th boT racilitict ""."VT.ii.
I aeanred In guaranteeing eatliftclloa te
Wi:
feel
Kp:inil,y,e. ciiFS DBOg,
AmrustLlST.
R. M. COOK,
-- rmnvino office, NEXT
POOR TO
XX Johnaton'a able. ,,.. .guTed.
Ore. of erery deorrlpUoe earefully ."T.
Bullion melted ana aaa.
Bullion bought.
jas-tf
OATJTION I
A IX PERSONS ARE HEREBY OjmWg
A aaatnat pun haauig two pltnw w
d.td N.lT,A.rllMech.dr.W1J
V. Willtam. and ZgiiStwdrt
note m ob.,b' J' j,rcot.tlder.tl.
representation, and wilbouyalia LLl jM j.
Koch., March. Kit.
KT7LLMAN & ARMlB,
, . uirosni AD waims
CIOABS AND TOBACCO,
MASCTACTCaSSS OT
GEKTJME HAVA5A CJOABJ.
SCSwdStl tenwh Street , f M
S .-.j ..
flAIm
NATHAN MAYEW
ADOLPH COHN fniBR0-
gCCCESOOBE TO M. COHN.
Wholesale fcRetail Dealers
And everything el- apt"-'-1" " "
Uahmentof thatklod. parable to "
Pioche. Docember IX. J-
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