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THE PIOCHE DAILY RECORD.
.nNESPT APBU. . LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL HDD EPA8TOBES. ARRIVALS, at tbavu k oo.'a ukiltox urn: Jonaa Cohn Highland. On Monday w took a tap orer to Highland and found th newly located tillag. ol Williamrtrorgh flouriabing gaily. The ionnd of ham met and aw waa-beard, wielded by men engaged in erecting new buildings, and everybody appeared busy and bustling ounT The mill atarted on Thursday last and worked Tery smoothly, and on Monday morning about 900 pounds of amalgam had been collected and was rapidly increasing. did no go up to the mines, but were told that they were looking very well. After long period of depression, from alt appearanceg, HiRhland will yet come out all right. We nope that this will prove to be B0 for it will not only be greatly to the ad vantage of the shareho dera of the High land Consolidated, but also to Fioche. j( , letter from San Francisco we learned that the stock of the company was selling on the street at f 2.50 per share. At present there is no intention of putting it on the Board. . BiroBi of the Intermediate School for the month of April: Enrolled, 35; average attendance, 27.85; oases of tardi ness, 23. Names of those who were present every day: Charles Craw, Eddie FrendentLal, Harry Hoey, Frank New ton, Minnie Baker, Carrie Caldwell and Minnie Logan. Names of those who were not tardy: Sophie Armer, Belle Adnms, Minnie Baker, Helen Bass, Joey Brick, Annie Berry. Carrie Caldwell, Mary Donnelly, Ida Oorin, Magijie Kuhls, Minnie Logan, Lillie Murray. Etta Newton, Erne Udy. Gabella Osborn, Josie Regundet, Carrie Waddelove, Chas. Craw, Eddie Freudentbal, Qeo. Gorman, Lewis Higgings, Frank Newton, John Sneath, Stephen Wilman. Mks. Liz- i J. Watt, Teacher. The Hospital In the performance of oar reportorial duty we have several times during the past two weeks had oc casion to visit the hospital. We always found the wirds in a clean and seat condition, and the patients as comforta ble as the nature of their ailments would permit. We put some questions to them at various times as to tbeir treat ment, etc., and they invariably spoke in the warmest terms of commendation of the oonduct of Dr. Deal, the county phy sician, and Mr. Hoyer the Stewart. The doctor visits the institution as often na the condition of the patients require, no matter bow often, and is unremitting in bis care of the inmates. Mr. Hoyer, the Stewart, is always on hand attentive to bis duties, and seems to keep perfect discipline without a word. We left the hospital favorably impressed with its management. Waktkd a Fini. Yesterday while the examination of Bello was proceeding, a man rushed hurridly into the Court room and hastily inquired for the "Squire." On that respected individual being pointed out, the stranger says, "well, I want to plead guilty to assault and battery." Hta Honor quietly told him be was then busy, and banded Mr. Assault and Battery to the tender care of officer Kuerr who, iu order to make sure, placed his charge in jail. After the examination of Charles Bello closed, Mr. Assault and Battery was brought np and fined $15 and costs, and went his way re joicing that he had swelled the State School Fund to the amount of the said $15. He evidently has the cause of edu cation at heart. Feilks & McAlpin. Io. our advertis ing columns will be found an announce meut from our friends, Messrs. Fulks & McAlpin, that they not only continue to dixpeuse the best wines, liquors and cigars at their woll-know saloon on Meadow Valley street, but also at the City Club Rooms on Main street. Bob and Dick's many friends will be glad to hear that they are extending their base, and though times are dull, will still rally round them and do the best they can to maketkingH lively. Those who occasion ally take a snifter canuot do better than visit either of these saloons, where either Aleck or Steb will wait upon them in artistio style. Soda VTatib, Etc. We call attention to the card of J. T. Davis, who has just established a manufactory of soda water, satsaparilla aud cider. Mr. Davis tells us that he intends to prepare only the T"? quality of these articles, and that all who patronize him may be sure dpt m ben sed iu his manufactory, row it ,basine6 on Cornwall row back of Meadow Valley street. As the hot weather will shortly be on haud, . ; a J ShonM nA doubtless will have Rood demand for his Summer bover- Charles B.llo was yesterday ex amined respecting the shooting of John ?min.T SeTTral were ex. Sd,iT:Dr D- L- De- VV. H. Janes' p? AlpiiD' J- N- Jo. ,1.' Sharles B- The Court with nit. "u'At orny. Proceeded to the hos- Oallivan TLT tmUmD of John Jus v ' hearin8 'be testimony, &.Un Il,,8 discharged the d fendant firpKEMK Judge.-Some friends "T oraon in'"n ns tlint they a S ,Lh s becomiDR caDdidate ' known L nPrem Uourt. We ht r?Zl aP CorBon P"onally and 1 "me h, ha, borne an unblemished ch. J'Tot mon,hs e "'""gut , ould never have to complain again hu5h aS! Wf. d it w oyed th. -"? "" noveltv a. "VS."0" "om ssvi ?; ' ,r Ch'o Coldst Mm.thin.7 " "nwtion, and of very ream that's argu of Sabin till bis and led transacted District Court. Vi..j.. Rh.l. " 00mnieo:ed i" the case rp'y o.S,,cT ? b.'R hdnotcnm.irj j "inlant, unuu britu "8"B'-Th. weather "rlS"t, balmy anrl . . fetched Wi '?.'0'. Bft-r onr long door. i.i.;r e Wt to bo out '"ot Z,,1?"? to your knees - "uwesinmnd. Z Iib. Sported ,. ' "M Utl ltl,n. - Monery at j f "MV",i7 na coofeo H;on,l;,'M0,a,oppo.tp WppedtvWeuT1-- Th b"i0n inted to j'a'B0 Co. yesfrday Is we too. and of It having been proposed to send Sir Lambton Lorraine, the hero of Santiaco do Cuba, silver brick aa a testimonial from the people of this city, about $100 waa collected yesterday in a few minutes. Only one dollar was accepted from any one peraon, though several gentlemen offered $5, $10 and $20, and one man waa anxious to give $100. It is not the intention to send a brick the lifting of which would break Sir Lambton's knightly back, bnt still a good solid little bar worth about $300. On the bar will be engraved a short and pithy inscrip tion, and it will be encloaed in a neat box manufactured of our native moun tain mahogany. Among those who yes terday contributed were several ladies, who were anxions to have a dollar each in the brick which is to be so worthily bestowed. Virginia Enterprise, 2.3d. . W nre sorry that manager Frank Drake has been compelled to shut down the Eberhardt mill on account of the ut ter impossibility of getting ore down. In conversation with him we learn that the road from the mine to the mill has been impassable for some days, rendering it necessary to stop all teams from hauling ore. Iu aome places enow haa been shoveled out to a depth of 18 feet. As soon as the weather settles (if it ever does, of which we have our doubts) work will be again resumed. W. P. News. Tax distilleries of the country for the last fiscal year produced over 68,000,000 gallons. There were 445 distilleries, in which about $70,000,000 capital was in vested, 70.000 men were employed, and nearly 20,000,000 bushels of grain were consumed, four-fifths of which was corn. The spirits produced yielded nearly $50, 000,000 tax to the Treasury. Illinois is the chief producer, and the Western States distilled more than five-sevenths of all the spirits made. A pew enterprising citizens of this place are agitating the subject of light ing Eureka with gas. A committee has been appointed to visit the Pancake coal mine, and if tbey report that sufficient coal can be contracted for at a fair price, steps will be taken at once to get pipes and put up the necessary structures. Eureka Cupel. Thk Hoosao smelting furnace is being put in repair for the Summer campaign" A large amount of ore is being delivered, and the snpply of charcoal wiil be suffi cient. When fully at work, seventy tons of ore will be reduced in twenty-four hours, and extra teams will be put on to haul the bullion to the railroad. Eureka Cupel. AN FRANCISCO STOCK REPORT. Sin Fbamciico, April 58. HARE!. AtOnNINO SALES. ISOOOplilr J0 20HMS Wi mWi 1B0 Gould fc Curry 24 2a 4 J3!i 460 Alpha 1214 12 12)4 So0 Ki-lituck-15 15 Best A Belcher 2s H bid 29 used 21ft 8Ke 47 C1b30 00 H M H 60 Cholltr Potwl 4 100 Hlo A Norcrun 44 4ibl0 44l4 44V 45M0 60 Crown Point 2 91 H 620 Belcher 91 9010 U0s9 90)4 9Us90 90 91 tlk 0s90 91 166 Yellow Jckt 82 J At.SbS S4 SSbJO S3 HO Imperial 6'i e 100 Empire Mill 4 116 Overman 484 W 49 X 80 Silver Hill 9 10(1 CsliforniA 41 it 42 96 JuliA 3 3S 130 Con VlrKimt-80 87Hb30 106 Beg Belcher 93 93)4 100 Sierra Nevada 19 35 Kulckerbocknr 5 100 Caledonia-is 24 23 X 231,430 255 Woodville-2'i 40 Dayton 11 U 60 Union Con 18 SOU N V Con-2!, 3 20 Occidental 3 HO Tyler 96o , 100 Leo 1 loo Patten too 3110 Andes 1J lou t lorida 1 AFTERNOON BALES, too Meadow Valley 10 10 10 10 Kaymond k Ely 22 316 Eureka Con 11! 17b30 164 60 Pioche 6 800 Washington Creole J 3 SUM 1050 Page Panaca 14 14 U, 3H0 American Flag 3t 2J0 Huhn Hunt 1 87 4o 60 8llvr Peak 1 33!)0 Belmont 7 74b30 7'i 300 El Dorado South 7 74bM t 775 Rve Patch 1 2", 8(H) El Dorado North 24 175 Chief ot the Hill ti 4c 100 guintero 50c 600 Monitor (Belmont) 4 100 Bowery 200 110 Wataon 4 30 Golden Chariot 17 00 Chariot Mill 6 10 War Eagle 24 350 South Chiriot 30 16o Ida EUmora-2!4 60 Yellow Jackt SI 4 640 Empire (Mabol 7 4 7 4 7'i 850 Belcher 894 88 9ub30 89M0 88 88 4 884 l(HX) Ohplr 19 184 184 14 1841)3 670 California 41 42 4b30 424 76 Crown Point 88 4 88 901M0 186 Savage 63 05u30 64 4 130 Hale 4 Norcroas 44 43 4sI0 41 HbJO 43 4 AiBrvaL Fnoaf thk East. Mrs. Why land is bappy to inform ber lady friends and patrons that she has just received from New York by express, her varied assortment of Spring Goods, and is will ing to dispose of the same at prices which defy competition. apll-tf ASSESSMENTS), Following is a list of sales of delin quent stocks now advertised iu our paper PASI AMD FAXACA. Assessment No 6 lvlel April IS Amount per share gi Delinquent in office slay 20 Day of sale juna 10 secretary O. A. Sankay Office. .4S8 California street, San Francisco Cal., rORTLAKD. ABsessnisnt No. 4 V6"1 April 13 Amount per share 26 eta Delinquent in offlca May 20 Day of sale june js Secretary b. J. Gray Office. .438 California street, San Francisco, Cal. MEWAKK. Assessment Levied Amount Delinquent in office Day of sale Secretary. No.T April 20 . .12 00 per share Hay 29 June 19 D. T. Baslty Office. ...401 California street, San Franciso, Cal. A. B. O'DOUCHERTY, -A-ttorney at Xiw. omcxt OK HIASOW TAIXXT STUXT, OF. MO. 7 mr22-tf. J.s. irrzn. n. ooaaoi Pitzer & Corson, Attorneya at Law, PIOCHE CITV NETADA D OoaaoK, U.S. Oouar OoarvsMioirvr . oc23-tf a. cahiix o. w. r OAHILL & FOX, STOCK BROKERS, 408 MONTGOMERY STREET, arl4 San Franelaee, Cal. tf DR. C. HARENBERC. Physloiecn 3c Sursooxx. OFFICE ON MEADOW VALLEY STREET. In Logan's Lodging House. Special attention paid to private disease. Cure guaranteed or money refunded. Oftica hours, 10 a. m. till t p. m. Evening, from i to . f27-tf DR. H. BERGSTEI1V, hkTB or ui Piuvcnoo. Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur. OmcB Whiit'i Building, Miln ttreet, orar IU BUM HU OI JISTMU. IjM-U SAL00R8 k LIQTJOB HOUSES. 1 A bird in the hand la worth two in the bueh." Speed Increased I fare Midi ! One Quality! One Price!! One Bit!!! TK ORDER TO KEEP TJP WITH THE TIMES, w.. vu uur hwi, me ranaca naioon, Laeour street, will, from and alter this data. Ferine lh. .. ... .11 j . . 1 v, 1. lumai HI O ST Z3 BIT i OllftllW atari vsrlat. I. T J J ii u , ..j AAA &tuvjisi ailU UlKsVI urpaiMMd by ooim. -A ward U ihe wiae." HltSkltlsta wtl.A. 44 waa V A . A tl.l next door to John ltooder, Laeour Bt. Pioche, March li, 187. mia-lm E. HAMILTON, Wholeea and Ketail fins wikes, wmm cms, . Main Street, Pioche. rTHB RETAIL DEPARTMENT OOMPBIHrvn J. a Liquor and Billiard baton, with four SPLENDID TABLES! Haa been fitted np regardless of expense, and challenges comparison with any Saloon in th MEADOW VALLEY BREWERY. Corner ot Mala and Meadow Valley streets, PIOCHE .... t EVA DA. F. KASTEN Pronrietor, mHE UEAOOW VUXEY BREWERY HAS . Deen niina nn in en. nmut u.ufi,i wu .uppucu Willi HVPKH OR BRANDH 0 LIQUORS and CIGARS LAGER BEER from the Splendid Brew, ery at Meadow Valley. n21-tf CAPITOL SALOON, MAIN STREET, PIOCHE. aT. II. O.SBI337, PROPRIETOR, TTEEP THE BEST WINES, LIQUORS AND , i. uuun hih an ouiainaoie m tne united falacs m imi, RUSSELL SCOTT HAS OPENED CLUB ROOMS OVER HAL. PIN'S Hardware Store, Main street, and haa connected therewith a hsndaome liar. Persons visiting the PALACE can rely on the best af accommodations, and when other amusements are required it will not be neceasa- ry 10 go eisewnere. o27-lf CHAS. STEIN to CO., MAIN STREET, PIOCHE, NEVADA, STOSLcVOE AUD COMMISSION HOUSE, Wholesale and Retail Dealers IK FINE WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS. COUNTRY ORDERS Promptly attended to. L. UVntOSTOS. TSAAO LZVT. A r. WTLLIAKS. LIVINGSTON k CO. Importers and Wholesale Dealers In FINE BRANDIES, WINES & LIQUORS, 220 ft 222 CALIFORNIA STREET, Between Battery and Front, San Francisco, Bole Agents for the Pacific Coast for AAA Old Valley, Old 16, C. L. Mills, and Pride ol Kentucky Whiskies, eels JAMES CLANCY. J. o. MCCORMICK. WINES, LIQUORS AND OXOAH8, MAIN STREET, PIOCHE. clancy & Mccormick. auSS Philadelphia Brewery, MAIN STREET, PIOCUB. 8CHU8TH1CU h KLF.IXE PROPRIETORS IS FCRNISHINO A SUPERIOR ARTICLE OF Lager Beer, in quantities to suit, at the low. est rates. Adjoining camps supplied on short " JyM-tf SHEA, BOCQUE&AZ & McKEE (Suoclssons TO SULLIVAN k CA8HMAN,) Importers and Jobbers of WINES AND LIQUORS. oiax AQKirrs fob Golden and Tea-Ketlia Bourbon WT-ITIPVP'U Cor. Front and Jackson Ms., BAM FRANCISCO. aaiu MORE EXTENSIVE! MORE ATTRACTIVE! JOHN C. LYNCH, Wholesale and Eetail Liquor Merchant, (Joiner Main and Laeour streets, pioonia, Aim Proprietor of the LongBtablished Mid well-known FASHION SALOON & CLUB ROOMS, TAKES PLEASURE IN INFORMING OLD patrons and new ones that he will continue, as neie loiore to seep THE FINEST WINES. LIQUORS 4lNT OIOAIIS IN THIS MARKET. Fartlcnlar attention will haraaftar be giren The Wholesale Trade. All desiring to stork Pars. In tha city or oat. side camps, are lnrited to call and sample goods ana learn pnoos Before Purchasing Elsewhere, MS-tl E. A. FARGO & CO., IMPORTERS & JOBBERS KA1LE0ADS. Union Pacific Railroad.1 TIME TABLE, UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, TRAINS WlU letTe and turive mt Ogden daily, h foliowi Ijut. Daily exprras, 80 a. m.; mixed 8:3u p. m ; frvit,lit, 10 a. m. Aaamt. Daily exprraa, 8:10 p.m.; nixed. p. m.; XreiKbt, 0:10 a. m. DailT connesetiona made at Offden with Utah Central Kailruad from bait Lake City 11 pointa Id Southern Utah. At liryau, Willi etagea lor toenweenruer mlaea. At Cheveniifl. with Deuver Pacific Hailr. for Denvfr, Central City, OeorgeWwn aud all poiutH in Colorado and New Mexico. At Omaha, with Chicago and Northwestern; Chicago, Kock Island and Pacific; Uuriiugton aud Missouri River; Kansas City, St. Joe and Council Bluffa Kailruad, and Missouri river line Of steamers, for all points east and south. Tickets for sale to all pointa earn at office of Wells, l argo k Co., East Temple street, and it the office of the Utah Central Raiiroad, in Salt Lake City; also at the Union Pacific Railroad ticket office, in Ogden, at which offiue bertha on sleeping-cars can be secured. Arraugfments have been made whereby p. engera deeiriug to visit Denver, on tbeir way u yii iucuiori?r va ssu -i iubiuu rate from Cbeyenue to Denver, and return, at ereatw reduced rates. For particular and all information in reemrrl to passage, spply at the ticket offices. rasseugera suouia ue caremi vo secure their psssage tickets to all eastern and southern pointa via Omaha, and thue avail themselves of a through sleeping-car. comfortable txooiiiincKla. tions aud quick time. lliun. xj. Xi.iaiiiiiL.il, General Ticket Aveot. T. E. SICKLES, au3S-tf Chief Engineer and Superintendent. ' BRANDIES, WINES j3lh.cz. UQtroris, IS Prosit ye.. Comer ConasMrelail at.. FHANOISCO. Tor Rent. A CONVENIENT DWELLING HOl'BE Toil a fsmllT. on McCannon straaat. Applj to Hasoa k Wilaox. aaM-tf HASDWAEE. E. B. Horr. Ja., oacramento. 9. B. rtsw. 1'iocna. MOTT, FISH &. CO., Meadow Valley st PIOCHE - - - - NEVADA, IMPORTERS And Dealers in HARDWARE, MILL AUD MEHBG SUPPLIES. Blacksmith's Hardware, Iron and Steel, jg TOVBS, -A.xi.cl Tiro, rfare. (et-U Utah Southern Railroad. rilBAINS LEAVE THE UTAH CENTRAL I Depot, Bait Lake City, at 7 a. m. audi:) o'cloek p. m. nanay (nearest point to Ajtue uottonwooa Canyon), at B:10 a. m. and 3:30 p. m. Arrive at Lent at 9 a. m. and 4:30 p. m. Leave Lehi at 9:30 a. m. and 6 p. m.; Sanay, at loOa. m. and 6:10 p. m. Arilva at Salt Lake City at ll:3o a. m. and P- m. aau-Stf Utah Central Railroad. TIME TABLE, TWAINS LEAVE BAL.T LAKE CITY DAII.Y at S ltO a. m and 0:48 p. m. Arrive at Og. den at 7:30 a, m. and Brffi p. m. Trains will ltve Ogden daily at 8:40 a. m. and 1:30 p.m. Arrive at Salt Lake City at 10:40 am. and 8:30 p. m. Mixed Trains Will run daily, Sundays excepted, leaving Salt Lake City at s a. m. aud 6:30 p. m., and ogden at t a. m. and 6:50 a. m. su23-tl o. x. ON AND AFTER MONDAY, BEPTEMBEB ay, Traiua will lesve OCIUKN dailya a follows: 5t50 P. HI. Pasaenger Train for BacramenU and Ban Francisco. 5i55 P. M. Frelgnt Train for Sacramento and San Franciaco. X- H. GOODMAN, ' General Paasenger and Ticket Agent. A. N. Towns, General buperlntent. i21-tf Utah Northern Railroad. T BAINS LEAVE COK1NNE AT 7:30 P. M.; leave Logan at 8:W a. m., to connect with tralna for Ogden and Bait Lake, animf MISCELLANEOUS. LIVELY TIMES! JOHNNY CLARK Is still st tlis Clnb Booms of J". O. Ij YNCII, Dealing the Same Limit. E EXPECT, IN A FEW DAYS, TO BE- quire th. us. ot SOME EXPERTS. And trust thry will COME Foil W AUD m time, f20-td W1 H. Ii. Sreakey, MINING RECORDER, NOTARY PUBLIC COMMIJiHlONKK CALIFORNIA OF DEEDS FOR AND UTAH I COJ.LKCTIONS MADE. Office, Main Street. aullMi Opposite Meadow Valley st. FLORENCE. Special n(t eiil ion is called to tli great luirovnMnta innds rocntly Iu till r'ello Mnin and to IhP new mill vieennt style af C'lUUTS RlfcitHl to our llHt. FLORENCE. F; or those m lio prefer a Ma. I'll hie IWIinur the Horla Irons tlie opemtor. we now lanvo on of (lint lrrri!lon. qiiet,ra.vnnnl ! Lat ins; n'l tlieotbi-r ecullr ex. eellciirlc tt iheotliir Ntyle. FLORENCE Is sure to please. If there is one wltliln it llioiwnml uiilesof KMn t'rmtrlaro not Morklns; well, I will iittciiil to It w ithout nny nnenso to the owner. hAMlti. HILL, At, FLORENCE Ts the onlv Machine that X run new In more? tlin one alireo tlou IikvIiik n reversible feed is Brent mlviintire In laateuius; ctxls or Brums, lu qiiuiniB.w. FLORENCE. Examine tlm Florence, or end lor Clrrninr Mini Maniilea or Work belore jmi Hlrrlmae n Sew. Inn- Mnelilnr. Ill "IK IlKVr I Dfarliines sokl on liberal teruis. FLORENCE SEWING MACHINES. SAMUEL. II JUL, Agent, Ho. IS) Nrw MonlKoniery Street, 9ran Uofl BfUdi-o. San frmtutttm. J. B. STEPHENS. KASMIO.VABI.K San Francisco Boot Maker, Main) Street, Pioche, Kelt to th Book and Ladder Company, HAVINO JUBT ItECEIVFD BIS SmiNO and Summer stork. Is now ready to make to order all klnda of Boots and Sboea of- every denvription, of superior material and workman, ship. MINING BOOTS made to order. GENTS' DHE88 BOOT a sperialily. After long practical experience iu th. bu.1. neaa, I am enabled to guaraiite. my cnatomera tliat I can produce an article that cannot be beat for Style, Fit, Durability aud Cheapaes. la town. RKPAItUKO DONE. aplS I. B. 8TEPHENS. NOTICE. Pi. B. SMITH ACTHORI7.KS A BROWN , to collect all bills due him in Pioch., and no othar peraon is authorised to make auch col lection. , P. J. II. SMITH. Pioch., March 1, 1S74. mt-ti CL0S1I OIT BMESS!! yKWUX SKLL Otll IXallKkE STOO Iron, Steel, Shelf Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Hill and Mining Goods AT LESS THAN COST! We will manufacture all kinda of Ahftt.Tmn. Tin and Copper Ware at the ACTUAL COST of material and labor. This is a leeititnate Plwins Out r. have full; determined to retire from this uusi-neas. u.iU.tf 1. 1. BALPIN CO. xt us w n : ! THE STATE OF NEVADA, By the Governor. A Proclamation ! STATE OP 1SEVADA, ) LXECUTIVK DKFiBTMENT, Cabbok Cut, Murcli -24, 1614. J WHEREAS. ON SUNDAY, THE 7th DAY of HoDtember. A. D. 1H71. an outbrtak of nr.Roners am otciir t the h title 'ni.un of Np. vfida, lituated At C&raon City, iu the county nf Orumby, ia which certain convict mitle thfir B.ape, and ever aince nave tuen, aud now are at large, among whom are TIMOTHY HcNAHABA. WILLIAM FOHIIL ST, THOMAS HEFFRON, CHARLES JONES, DAVID LYNCH, T. O. WATSON, ELIJAH INGRAM, E. B. PAR-ONS, Dd JOHN I. JACKS; Now, Thf.bepube. by vtrtu of the authority in me vented by the Conutitiitiou and the Lawa oi me bute ot isevaua, i, i k. UKAUI.fci, Governor of Nevaila, do hrreby offt-r the follow inn apeeilied reward a for the recapture and de livery to tUe Warden of the Ktate Prison at Canton City, of the following namea cou- nie: The ium of One Thousand ( 1.O00) DoIUra in United State gold coin, for the aaid THOMAS HEi'FRON, aud a like and equal ium for the laid CHARLES JONES. The turn of Five Hundred (S&OO) Dollure in United States gold coin, for each and every one of the following nauu-d convicts, vix: TIMOTHY MlNAMAIIA, WILLIAM FORHEbT, DAVID LYNCH. T. G. WATSON, ELIJAH INGRAM, E. B. PARSONS, and JOHN L JACKS. Aud I do hereby revoke all prior prm-lama tlons offering rewards for the aaid convirU. A particular description of the miHtdug ron vieU, taken from the Couiuiitmetit Uuoka of the Priaou, is hereto annexed. . In Tkstimout WnvReor, I havt here- unto mt my hand, and caused the Uruat Heal of State to dm affixed. Done st Carson City, this UHU dsy of n arc u , a, li, in,. L. R. BRA DIXY. By the Governor: J.D. Minor, Secretary of State. BAH KING HOUSES. THE STATE BANK OF NEVADA, Board af D tractors i JOBH P. KEIXET CHAS. A. WIKDLKHOLD CHAS. A. WliDKlUiOIJ). 10nS 6AKBIR H. 8. LCBBOCK,.... President ....Vice Preaident Hecietart ...I. W.WKIGBT, ...A. BEOWK. BAItBV I. THOKKTON. AltaraeysiTIllJliNTON.tUXli 1 GAEUEB DEPOSITS KECE1VH). UTH1 h ON OPEN account or to laeii. eeitt ste. U.elefor uav. abl. on demand. EXC11ANOK DKAIW I P,. SEW YOEK and EAN FBAKCIKCO, And other principal cilia, of th. t . H. Also upon LONDON, DCliLIX, TAltlS, BE11L1N And all ol th. prinli si cllks of Eurrpe. Currency Bought and Sold. E Collet (ion Piomiilly Aiaile. Railroad and Blininj Rluls Er.cghl and Scld on ComniUsioD. r Money Loaned on Stocks. Corra.aioadeaf.i LA1DLAW k CO. of Calilornia., Agentaof the Hank I . BANK OF CALIFORNIA, and I 1. U. LATHAM k CO., Utoek ' Ban Piauriaco Brokers J Jal-tf. i. W. WItlOHT, Bauk llansger. WELLS, FARGO to CO. EXCUANGE, BANKING Express Company. BILLS OF EXCHANGE AND TELEGRAPHIC Transfers on Chlc&tjoand New York, Xiaya bie in the principal cities of the United biatea and Canada; aluo Bills on Loudoo. Currency bought and sold. Collections and Conimlaaloijs of all kinds exe. cuted, sud General Lxpretts and Banking BurI neas attended to promjitly in all parts of the United States, Europe aud Canada. Bullion bouKht and ADVANCES MADE ON SHIPMENTS OV BILLION; Exchange bought, Deposits received. Asessnients paid and Dividends collected on Mining Stocks. To Oliforuis, Nevada, Ore(-on. Nebraaka, Col orado. Montana, Wyoming. WanhiiiKton and Idaho Territories, Britihh Coluuibis, New York, Atlantic Btatea and Europe, Mexican Portit, Yokohania, Hongkong, bhau(fhai. Ofllre) la Jacobs 6i Sultans 111 we k. Main feitravt, Pioche. ie'i&-tf J. H. 8E1BERT. AKnt. ;boots k SHOES. K. r. MORTOK, I. BCHWaiUU. Boots, Boots, Boots. morton & mmm, DESCRIPTION OP PillHOXERS. TIM MrNAMAR; A native of Ireland; aged 37 y tiars; height 6 (Vet 10 H imhes (hot-8; blue eytts, lif.ht brown hair, red beard, scar on Uft hip, scar on right side o bat k under shoulder blade, made by knite, mole ou luck of right elbow, bent from Storey county, ttept. 0, 1HG7, for 8 yeara, for maniUaug liter. W M. KOltKKST; Aged 'to years; trade, Liwohin. 1st; dark brown curly hair, blue eyes, laiye scar on forelingi r knuckle of let t hand, bent from Btcrey county February 11, 1870, for 6 years, for burvlarv. THOMAS HEFFRON; A native of Florida; BRed 38 years; height 6 feet, hazel eyes (watery), dark brown hair, long face, blood veins in right leu badly Bwollen, scar ou left hip, shot in 8 boulder in attempting to break prison Dec. l, ln"u. 8nt from Elko county March It, 1870. Sentenced for life, for burglary. CHAKLEB JOKEH; Native of Ohio, aged 2R yeara; weight 14Ulbe,; light brown hoir, haxel eyes, scar on right hand, Bhip in India ink on left arm, wnall ears. Bent from While Pine county March 11, l70, for 10 years, f. r nurnk-r jhi ui'uree. DAVID LYNCH; Native of New York, ape 27 years; height S feet 7 iuches, weight luMbs.; blue eyes, brown hair, sandy beard, lour dots In India ink on left hand, atar ou right hand in India ink. Uotldeas of Liberty and American Aug in red snd blue Ink on right arm, over which Is throe stars wreath and heart; two hnnds on left arm in red snd blue ink. Sent from White Pine county April iii, 1870. for 3 years, inr grana larceny. T. G. WATSON; Native of Michigan: age 29 jeora; neignt o .eet iu incnea, weight lWios. blue eyes, dark brown hair, siisre face. Bear oi back of neck. Sent from Elko county, June 34, ibiu, ior aa years, ior roobery. .LiiJAii iMiRAM; Native of New York; age 41 y. arfl; light blue eyes, light brown hair, light brown beard, long spare face, mole on right shoulder, scar on inside of right thigh, scar on right Bide of forehead. Sent from Nye county 8tpt. 18, 1870 for 20 years, for assault with iu- wni to murder. E. B. PARSONS; Native of New Hampshire; go in years; neight & feet 10 inches; blue eyes, auburn brown hair, sandy beard, round face, high forehead, small scar on left fort-finger. Sent from Washoe county for 20 years, for rob- uerT, nre, -0, itO. JOHN I. JACKS; Native of Pennsylvania; ate .iz yeara; neicut leet 3?i inches, weiuht 143 ba; dark hair, dark eyes, one small vaccination mark on right arm between elbow snd shoulder. ten irom isye county, bept. 11,1871, for 7 years, iur gntua mrcenj'. mr31-2w.4w TTBR RECORD OFFK K voaaaa L get tha aswst of Job Work done to order PIONEER STABLES, Meadow Vallejr fitreat, Plochv. FIRST-CLASS TURN-OUT OF EVERY DE scriptlon Biiggio. .nd Buggy Tam. uusurpaBRrd this .Id. of San Francisco. Firat clas. baddl. Hon... Paiiiculsr attention glvan to animal, on Uwry. Stock k.pt on most REA80NABIJ! TBRIIS. and satisfaction guarantcU. Only (It. ma atrial. R. P. LRUMAN. BELrSQUEST 8ALE8. ..&6U ..6V ..CM . .18 ..671 . .6H ..tiHH ..760 ..767 ..7fc4 ,.77 ..7tK ..7U1 Meadow Vallejr Hlrool. AV1NO rVBCHAHFD 1HK BVS1NK8B of Mr. J. J. Uurpfav. Meadow Vallev Ht.. looposite the Dtxttr fe tables) will c ntimia for the next CO dsys to st-11 a fine lot ol Cuktom made boots, at greatly reduced prices. They slso are prepared to manufacture all kinds of suierior Custoni-msde Eoiiia, Nailed, Pegged, Screwed or bewed, fium the best brands of French Stock. M1MXO BOOTH ihelr Specialty. We will guarantee our tewed French Calf Boots and Gaiters to be equal to any ever made in th Stats. A good nt warranted, or no sale. PAHTICIXAR ATTENTION paid to REPAIRING. 70ur Prices will conform to the Times. MORTON b HCU1VEIGEH. fp-tf J. EISEKMlftN & CO., MAIN STBEKT, PIOCHE NBVADA, IMPORTERS AJSTD DEALERS IT HARDWARE STOVES, CROCKERY, GLAHS WAHK, and HOISE FI HX 181IINO GOODS Manufacturers of Ctippar, Tin snd nneet-Iron War.. Plnmbers, btesm and uas f itters. E ARE NOW PREPARED TO CON. tract for Air Pipe, blowers. Furnace Pipe. Lift Pumps, sc., of any required alas and wetgnt. Also Agents for the Celebrated Buck's Pstent cook a tores. apv-u SHERWOOD to BRO. MAIN STREET, PIOCHE, SUPPLY ....or. ALL IINSS HININS AND BUILDING LCMUIR, SAWED TIMBER. Ill ID TIMBER AND POLES. CALIFORNIA LUMBER, REDWOOD and SUGAR PINS, MOULDINGS and SHINGLES, DOORS and WINDOWS. Etc. Also, STOVE-WOOD, any length aud sise, .1 AUtABUMAAIAJi aaiaa J. H. RICE. Atraat. T. D. EDWARDS, ATTOH.VRY AND COCNMELOR AT LAW. CARSON C1TT. NEVADA, Will practlra in all th. Court, of thla But. Blna Artornev for the Central Paplnc Railroad Onaipany, will obtain title to lb. land, belong, in.: to th. Company, for any parties wishing to piiivuaBe. Hiving paid especial attention to th. practice before the United Sulfa Land Office for nine years, respectfully tenders his services for that branch of bustnrt. Will take necessary steps to secure the selection of lands by the state, and obtain patents for the same for parties with or without their being present. Having an aaaociste Attorney at Washington, especial attention will be given to obtaining patent, to public land, and mine., as well as suit, and buaiueas gduarally before th. Depart. menu. my'JUtf lit) ui to Hi no M a 30 i 58 11 V6 VO li 60 30 a lou 10 15 25 ii ltd aa to t 10 t 101) 90 to 11 111 20 20 20 20 10 26 til 10 an t loo to 10 10 to ill to 25 26 II Ml to 60 100 100 til to I to Ui to 20 20 20 to 50 . to 60 ' 1C0 -1011 to to to 100 to 10 60 to to Ml 101) 111) 100 100 H 20 to HO 10 to 40 10 JO 73 26 25 ABl't. 12 W Vt 12 M 1 to 12 to i.. AIm ftll ajlalM riMua.. Location of principal plai. of buttLC, raa Francisco California Location ot wort., aly District. Lincoln county Nevada. Notice. There ia delinquent npon the following des cribed stock, on account f assewn.ent No. a Kviea on I be Sd dav of bmarv. 1874. th eev. er.1 .mount, act ippuaite the namea of a. ia- pectlve aUreholilt ia, aa follow.: No. of No. of Name.. rMiiiiiuki.K. r rj . u ......a..... 6 Ui vuiu a cox, irualee. 16 lilcharilkon E A, Tnutee... lcj ltichartuion E A. Truaiee... Hit) Caaill a Fox, Truhteea 201, Chill 4: Vox. Truhttea.... 217 Kicbardaon i, A, T.utt-e... 2.3 l-ahill It Vox. TruMet..... 2K6 to 12 M Cahill a Fox, Truaurea VbH Co 12 Ml Caliill Fox, Truauc SHO tt, 12 a Chill At Fox, TrUAtc. s5 to 13 Ml Cope O W, troatee 416 100 36 Cauill a Fox, Tnunee..... . .446 100 2t Cahill a Fox, Trustee 4tf 60 12 to Caliill a Fox, 1iuateea......4t:l 60 12 60 Cahill k Fox, Troatee. 407 20. fi ta thler J Clein, Trustee 4M 2i 26 Turnbull k hluith. lruat...616 30 6 cm li ft fox, Trustees 652 LalilU k Fox, Trustees.... Richardson F; A. Trubtte. Cavalliei i P.Truatee...., Richardson E A, Trustee, likhardeun K A, TruHtea., Aooie li 11. Trustee June. Ji Cole, I'ruatee.,... Lahill k Fox, Trustee..... Young A , bVhmidell H, Trustee...., btork Jacob Noble 11 H. Truatre , Cvallier J P.Truatee Cook F M 7Wi Richardeon E A, Trustee... .802 RlchardMon E A, Trustee... .24 KichardMin E A, Trustee. ...MA Nt-ul Ch.s H, Trustee eflj Greayer H de, Truatea ti s Noble H H, Truatee K7o Richardson E A, Trustee. . . .th Kicbardaon E A, Truatea.... Heil Neal chas B, Tjuatee MI4 Kichardmm E A, Trustee ... .W7 Vincent chaa, Trustee mil Tuumpeon J M, Tmatt-....921 Richardson E A, Trustee.... U22 Keal cha. H, Truatee 020 Cava 1 Her 1 P.Truatee U:i7 Uawkina I, Trustee V51 Cahill k Vox, Truatee. tft3 Cahill 4; Fox, Trustees v54 Kichanlaon E A, Truatee.... U5v Richardson E A, Trustee. ...976 Grc.yt-r H de. Trustee tWH C.vallierJ V, Trustee 10117 CavallierJ P.Truatee 1U12 Waiiaeruial:n E, TruaUo....l028 Arnold E F, Trustee 1W1 KlchardKon E A. Truatee. . .1('65 Webater ft boule, Truat....lon RlchardHin E A, Trustee... lltot Ayrea k Davla, Truatecs...l071 Cvsllier J P.Truatee 1I:H2 Cvallier J P.Truatee 10H4 Richardson E A, Trustee. . .llol McCannon 1' 1109 Chill 6: Co E, Trustees. ...1116 Balcom C F, trustee 1118 Avrc. It Davis, troatets... .11- 1 W llllauia W J, Truatee 1127 Williams W J, Truatee lll'H Willi, ojs W 1, Truatea 11:9 Williams W J, Trustee 1140 Noble H H, Trustee 1174 Noble II H, Truatee 1176 Hunt U H, Trustee 11H5 Kichardsun E A, Trustee... 11 ya Fisher E, Truateeai 120U Lazure L T, Trustee 1217 Lazure L T, Trustee 1218 0'nindall W G, Truatee 1242 Crandall W O, Truatee 1267 Cramlall W U, Trustee 1269 Crandsil W It, Trustee 12U Fifher K, Truaiee 12K4 Fisher E, Trusteo 12H8 I'harleaH A, Trustee 1297 ( harlee H A, Truatee lat'8 VtaaiHTUianu E,Trnstee....l3i4) W'asaerniann E, Truatee. ...1301 Waaaermann E,Truatee....llii Waaaenuaun E.Trustee... .1303 Richanlaon E A, Truatee. . .1305 Richardson E A, Trustee.. .1:118 Finher E. Trustee 1320 Cahill ft Co E, Trustees.... 1349 Williams W J, Truatee 136B Williams W J, Trustee 1367 Williams W J, Truatee 1358 Williams W J, Truatee 1360 WllliamaW J, Truatee 1300 Greenbaum L, Trustee 13H3 GreVnlmuin L, Trustee 13(14 Oreeubaum L, Truatea ....1306 Greenbauiu L, Truatea 1318 Halcom C V, Trustee 137t Baker Hamuel, Trustee 1378 Baki r f.rauel, Truatee 1379 Noble H H, Truatee 13H6 Fiaher E, I'ruatee 1403 Klchardaou E A, Truatee. . .14114 Coursen G A. Trustee 1406 Noble H H, Trustee 1407 Crsndall W G. Trustee 1411 Cook ft Page, Trustee. 1413 Cook T T, Trustee 1419 Noble H H, Trustee 1423 Noblo H H. Truatee 1424 Giuati Joe 1426 Crandall W G, Truatee 1441 Conger C C, Trustee 1445 Richanlaon E A, Trustee.. .1449 26 1 190 20 20 20 20 20 it lit 5t 1 1 t It 13 t 1 t 7 to 6 24 26 1 Ml I 7t S 24 It 2t 7 60 12 tt 1 2t 3 to 1 24 1 24 3t 12 U 12 60 2 74 3 Ml f t t t 3t0 B2t 12 60 2 Ml 7 60 1 36 36 12 50 3 to 13 40 1 35 12 Ml 3 Ml 12 Ml t 13 Ml 2i 8 it 76 12 to 12 to 12 Ml 2i 2t 12 50 12 Ml I It 12 tit 12 to 13 Ml t i t 12 Ml 12 50 12 to 12 60 26 21 13 W 12 50 12 Ml 26 12 60 350 12 60 12 60 12 Ml 12 Ml 26 25 26 25 1 ft 12 to 26 2 SO 13 Ml 10 250 2 to II 7t 3f 2f 10 12 90 1 2t C2f 2f 47 CO ft ft ft ft ft Fox C W. Truatee 1624 Fox OW, Truaiee 1626 Fox C W, Trustee 1627 Fox C ', Trustee 1628 Fox CW, Trustee 1629 And In accordance with law, and an order of the Board of Dl echrs, made on the 3d dsy of February, 1874, so many .hares of each parcel of such stock as msy he necesssry, will be sold st public suction, st th. sslearoom of Mauric Dor. ft Co., No. S17 Montgomery street, Bsn Francisco Cslifornia. on Me.dsy, tha Oth day of April, 1874. st the hour of 12 o clock m. of ssid day. to ps ssid delinquent sssesMnent thereon, together with costs of advertising and expenses of the ash. r. DALOUH, oecTeisry. Office No. 426 Montgomery street, Bsn Fran cisco Cal. mi'.-td MINING COMPANIES. Following are the principal Mining Compantea on the Bau Francisco Stock Bosrds, together with the number of feet in each mine and abaree to each foot: NEVADA MINING COMPANIES. Ft. In bhal Mlne.lnltl 1.91 n sVo imtE. Adama Hill Alamo - Alpha Con... 300 Alts 8.1X0 Am. Flat Arit.ft Utah.. 1,900 Arkansas Bacou Mill... Baltimore C. Belcher 1.040 Belmont Best It Belch. 224 Bowers...... 20 Buckeye lUilhnn 2,500 Caledonia.... t.UOO Central 160 Central No. 2. 100 Chollar-Ptal . 3.814 Columbus... 10,000 Confidence... 130 C. G. H. Qrts. 84 H Con.Virgiuia.1,100 Cook it Geyer 1,1410 Crown Point. 600 Daney 3.000 Dardanelles. ,1,20U Eclipse 70 El Dorado 9.. Empire Mill. 75 Eureka Con.. Exchequer... 400 Flowery ft.OOO Franklin Globe - OouldftCurry 1,200 Hsle ft Norc . 400 Home Ticket.- Imperial 1M Indus Insurance... .2.000 Jackson - Jacob Utile,. 10 7 816 30 90 10 Ft. in She mux. Mine. In ft Julia 2.000 li Juniata Con.. 6,0(0 Jum ice 9.000 K. K. Cou.... Kentuck 95 Knickerbockr 1,200 Lsdy Bryan . . McMshon... 1.000 Mi-Means.... 8.600 Mint 1,000 31k Mocking Bird 1,200 2ft Monitor Belni Murphy .2,000 90 Nevsda. 3,000 IBS N. York Con. 8,6110 10 Occidental... 800 12 H Ophir 1,400 12 Overman ....1,200 10 S Phenix Ph. Sheridan. 1,200 30 Pictou 2.0(0 If Rock Ialand.. Savage 800 Beg. Belcher.. 160 Kg. Caledonia Senator Sierra Nevada Silver Hill. Silver West w H. flvemiin . . Standard Mill Siar Con. ...18.000 to ..(,900 Starlight Sterling..... Succor..... . Sutra ....... Trench .... . Tyler Union Con.. Utah Woodville.... 1,400 Yellow Jacket 1,200 Yetlowstcaa.. 3S s .',600 t ! 20 360 . 3,2(10 16 . 808 Mki 30 30 xi.T nraraicT. m. WARD'S FUMITTJ1E and BEDDLUO STOEE, Brick Euilding, Main Bt. Pioche. Girat Redaction In Prlreat 10 par cant Lea than Beretoforr. SPRING MATTREPFE8, PULTJ, HAIR, MOBS and FEATHERS. I WILL SELL CHEAPFn FOB CASH THAN partita can import tbero, having an im mense stock that must lie aold to make room for new goods. Parties will do well to call and aee for themselves, and be convinced. Carpets, wall Paper. Toilet Beta. Picture Frames. Lamp Chandeliers. Painta. Oila. and Glass. Mixed Paint, ready for uaa in any quan tity to suit. U r it O A, B T E At I U . Furniture Repaired in Good Btyle. H. WARD, 1'RDIHTAKEB. Metallic Burial Caw a on hand. Special atten tion given to ehipment of bodiea. mrtl.tf. Alps . Amador Tun. Am. Flag Bowery Cnapman M. . -Charter Oa 1,000 Chief of the Chief E Ext. Condor Eirelfior .... Harper....... Hermes 1,000 Huhn ft Hunt two Ingomar 1,000 fvanhoe Kentucky... .1,000 00 87 H Lillian Rail.. 1.000 15 Loulae 3,400 12 H Marion Mead.Valley. 34,023 IX Newark 8U 40 Pacific Tun . . - Page ft Pan . 3.400 16S Peavlne 1,000 90 Pioche 1,000 20 Pioche W. Ex - Pioch Phenix Portland Raymond ft E 6.000 f Silver Peak.. Spring Mount S. Mm. Tun Wrd Beecher. W. ft Creole.. 300 U0 Kinaton 1,000 Lehigh 1,000 whit rnra. ..1,000 5IIIO. Hidden Tr. ROOMS . .1,8110 30 Silver Wave.. ..1,000 !0 Wrd Beecher. Gen. Lee.. Mammoth Noonday., CALIFORNIA MINING COMPANIES. Alpine 1.200 101 Independent . 1,800 14 Bellevue B.oro 3 Keystone vtx. Calavrrss.... 8,200 tie Mt. JcfTereon. 1,600 US Cederberg..,, Oakville Qta.. Con. Amador - Bye Patch.... Cottonwood C mt. Lawrence. Dunderberg . 1st. Patrick. ..1.8TO 11 F.l Dorado l.v Tecumseh.... 1,000 111 Eureka 1,880 12 Yule Gravel . . 400 25 GHUs 1 IDAHO. Empire IMinnesota.. ..1,070 1 0. Chariot.... 160 WHlRed Jacket... Ida Kllmora.. 1,800 77 -South Chariot A0 80 Mahogany... 720 11 War Eagle. ..1,000 10 i UTAH. I Daaani Cos.. 3.4M USIW.llingtaa... -