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THE PIOCHE DAILY RECORD.
THl'RDA, . . .8EPTKHBKI 3. 1KJ4. Til INDIAN!. The danger of, a general Indian war, which a ahort time sinca tu tboagbt imminent, is to soots extent removed. The ungH finding that vigorous prep aration! were being made to defeat and punish them, have made overtures for peaoe and evince a desire to return to their reservations. What a commentary this sadden and satisfactory change af fords on the idiotie management of each matters by the Peace Commissioners of the Indian Bureau. Those well mean ing, bat mischievous lunatics, wonld have been all this time preaching and partying, while the redskins would have been busily engaged in killing men, women and children with nnnameable tortures. Sheridan and Custer did not propose to have any talk with the In dians. All the arguments those com manders intended to nse were comprised in the short, but eloquent vocabulary, of sharp steel and swift flying lead. The reasoning of these weapons has proved sufficiently conclusive as to convince these thick-headed, infuriated, bloody minded savages. This speaks volumes in favor of the continued and judicious use of such potent means of pursuasion. We trust that the events of the last few weeks will convince a large majority of the public that the miserable drivellers who pretended to rule the Indians by any means bnt the strong hand, are even more dangerous and wicked than their savage allies. On the score of humanity, of justice and affording proper protec tion to the settlers on the frontier, the imperative control of military authority is found to be far the best. When once the barbarous tribes that infest the West ern plains, find that indulgence in their favorite amusements of murder and rob bery will bring upon them Instant and severe chastisement, then, and not till then, will they endeavor to behave them selves. To accomplish this desirable end, the intelligent application of metal lic cutting instruments and missiles, un der the supervision of such physicians as Sheridan and Custer, will rapidly, safely and satisfactorily solve the problem of how to manage the Indians. Colcmbcs, Go., Aug. 23. The negroes at Woococbee, Ala., have been holding secret meetings for several nights, pre paratory to attacking the whites. Their plan was revealed yesterday by an old negro woman in time for the whites to prepare. When the negroes made an at tack they were driven off with a loss of four men killed. They then burned down two churches and left. From the above telegram we find some indication of the causes that led to the transmission to Washington of the tele grams relative to the condition of Ala. bama, published yesterday. It may be that inflamed by the evil counsels of the meanest, worst men on earth, the white carpet-bagger, the deluded negroes have made such attackB ou the white popula tion as to cause reprisals. We, however, are not more inclined to give credence to the above telegram than we were to those published yesterday. We have more confidence in the forbearance, for titude and magnanimity of the white population of the South. We know that for years and years tbey have been the victims of every imaginable wrong; but so far, these injuries have been borne with patience and firmness, and now, at the eleventh hour, we think it is scarce ly probable that their fortitude and good sense should have simultaneously de serted them, and in a frenzy of despair commenoed the commission of outrages that would close the mouths of their de fenders and alienate their warmest friends. Until the truth or falsity of the intelligence referred to is established, we think we are justified in refusing to believe it authentic, because Congress man Hayes confirm it. Carpet bag rep resentatives like he is are never known to speak the truth on such subjects if they possibly can avoid it. A Revenue Tawff. Judging from the tone of the many State and County Conventions that are being held in vari ous parts of the country, there seems to be a vry general desire for the revision of the tariff. The people are getting tired of paying taxes for the purpose of enabling the iron, wool and cotton manu facturers of the North to rapidly be come millionaires. This feeling is being shown at both the Republican and Dem cratio Conventions of the West and South, who, if they agree in nothing else, are united in their declarations that a tariff for revenue purposes is all that should be tolerated. The telegraph tells us that the Chris tian Union publishes a string of nause ous cant, with a view of exculpating Beecher. Wonder whether he or the man that wrote the article is sufficiently silly to think that after all the lies that have been told, the Bin and shame that have been exposed, that any body is fool enough to believe either Beecher or Mr, and Mrs. Tilton. We sincerely regret to hear of the un timely death of Br. McCoy, who was beloved and esteemed by all who knew him. To Major McCoy, the respected father of the deoased, we offer our most respectful and heartfelt sympathy. The- miners employed in the Neptune and Kempton mines at Bingham Can yon, remitted Father Scanlan $100 to assist in repairing the damages caused by lightning to St. Mary's Church at Salt Lake. Psosfects in Banner Mining District, San Diego countv. Cat., have received quite an Impetus by the discovery of a One ledge in the Ready Relief mine. An attempt is being made to utilize the gases formed by the explosion of gunpowder, aa a motor for driving ma chinery. At Virginia City on Thursday evening, Professor Denton will commence a course of six lectures on geology. Cbavez, Vasquez' fugitive lieutenant, was very nearly caught on the 2Gth nil. at Ban Lais Key, Ban Diego county. A tcliobam from New Orleans, dated the 29th nit., states that the disturbances at Coushatta, La., lave ceased' The whites placed the Sheriff and some other officials in jail, and the trouble imme diately ended. Most of the difficulties that are occurring in the South are fo mented by the villainous officials, who in so many instances have fastened their foil grip on that unhappy people. StsiTOE Shibman, of Ohio, a staunch Republican, and McCullocb, the former Secretary of the- Treasury, both declare that the tariff should be modified with the sole view for the production of rev enue. McCuIloch says that if iron, wool and cotton manufacturers cannot protect themselves now they never can. It is encouraging to note the increas ing desire exhibited in the greater por tion of the country to hasten as much as possible the resumption of specie pay ments. The inflationists form but small minority, and chiefly consist of subsidy man and their hangers-on. Tbk diamonds and other jewels worn by the lady of Governor Stanford cre ated quite a sensation at Saratoga. We expect that if the Governor could get another railroad presented to him and manipulate another contract and Finance Company, Mrs. Stanford could be fairly fenced in with costly gems. A hdi about TU years of age, is said to wear the handsomest and most ex pensive dresses at Saratoga. We expect that the old girl has been reading Dom bey and Son, and wants to emulate the Hon. Mrs. Skewton, who may be said to have died in harness that is ball cos tume. Fbank Moclton has declared wai against Beecber, and says that he will place the Brooklyn divine in a worse light than that in which he now stands. GeioKn has been found guilty of the murder of Mrs. Strong, and has been sentenced to the State Prison for life. S. M. Henley, of Palisade, is a candi date for the office of Sheriff of Eureka county. Jons B. McGee, of Tybo, is a candi date for the State Senate from Eureka county. The Idaho telegraph line has been completed to Silver City. BY TELEGRAPH!! SPECIAL TO TBS PIOOHK DAILY nKOOBD. Eastern Dispatches. New Yobk, Sept. 2. Rev. Dr. Leonard Bacon contributes a paper to the Inde pendent on the Beecher scandal, which is mainly devoted to an attack on Moul ton and the role be baa enacted in the matter of a mutual friend. He argues that whether Beecher or Moulton's story be true, the latter is left in a most unenviable position. Beecher charges him with having been or years the chief actor in a base conspiracy. He, himself, tells a story that is very dishonorable to bis own discretion, and not credible, all things considered. The conspiracy was to ruin Beecber and bis family by false cnarueB; nut ll iseecuer s story be untrue Mouiton still appears by his own story, to have been engaged in a conspiracy to cover up and compromise foul wrong against society, and to conceal a crime which ought to have been exposed and punished. The writer asks if Beecher's charge does not necessarily bring his ac cuser before a jury; and concludes as follows: "Doubtless it is the hope of countless multitudes in this and other lands, that Beecher will be triumuhantlv vindicated, and they are praying that be may lie; out tbey are not praying or hop ing that if he is guilty be may escape detection. Having long honored him as a good man, they believe he is innocent of the wickedness imputed to him, and they will continue to think so until he shall be proven guilty. In that belief they are praying that his innocence may be made manifest, and that those who have conspired to destroy him may be confounded. Beecher's friends do not claim for him immunity in anv wicked ness. Mouiton may do so, but he is not counted among Beecher s friends. General JameB Watson Webb arrived here this morning, Nassau, N. H., Sept. 2. Brevet Maj John G. Foster, U. S. A., died here at 1 o clock this morniDg. New Orleans, Sept. 2. Alex. Newton, a ruffian, last meht murdered in cold blood without provocation, Justin Board onney, an inoffensive jeweler. The as sassin was arrested. New Yobk, Sect. 2. A committee has been appointed to receive the remains of the late Mark Smith on arrival here. The funeral servioes will be held at the church of Rev. Dr. Houghton, "The Little Church around the Corner." Paoiflo Coast. San Fbanctsco, September 2. The weather to-day is very warm ; thermomer 73 deg. in the shade. No verdict has been rendered in the Gonzalez murder case. The United States steamer Tnscarora. which was sent out to take souodings for the cable from this coast to Japan, is coming in the harbor; also the ship Ros well Sprague, from Puget Sonnd. On July 11th, near Bird Island, in the Australian seas, the American bark Sierra Njvada ran into and sunk the brie Geo. H. Peake. The officers and crew of the latter were saved. The steamer Tuscarora left here just one year ago to-day to survey the line and make soundings for the proposed cable to Japan. The first attempt from Cape Flattery was abandoned on account of the lateness of the season, and she made soundings on and off the coast from Cape Flattery to San Diego, and from that port she struck out for Hono lulu, making soundings as she went; from Honolulu she proceeded to Yoko hama, via the Bovina Islands. The deepest water found on this line was 3,287 fathoms. Two lines were started from the coast of Japan, but abandoned it on aocount of the great depth of the water. The third line was found feasi ble, and a line was run to Kuril Island, one of the Allutian groupe, thenoe run to Omialaska, and from there to Cape Fattery. The greatest depth found on this line was five and one-fourth miles. San Fbancisco. Sent. 2. The National Gold Bank of this City has declared a dividend of one per cent. Dr. Albert Ball died suddenly last night at bis room on Market street. The cause of death is unknown. He was !a native of Virginia, about 68 years. The receipts of the Fair to-dav are over $35,000. San Bernardino, Sep. 2. A man named John Smith was killed at Hol oomb Valley on Monday niebt bv a Wm. Bonner. The two men had been drink- ng and started for Bonner's house. passed by a window where a man was sit ting and stopped near the house, when the man heard a heavy blow and a man fall. He ran out and foil ml Smith laj iug on the ground with his head niaabetl. Bonner was brought to town and is now in jail. BIN t BAHCISCO, Sept. i. 1110 AlectiaD- iea' Fair pavilion was thronged again this evening. Los Anokles, sept. I. lbs saloons are all closed to-day. The Supervisors election is progressing quietly. 1 be Coast Hallway sctienie is attract ing great attention, and the stock is be ing taken bv all classes of citizens. Gbsih KrvEB, Wy.. Sept. 2. The Western bound train due here at 7 a. m., was detained for ten hours four miles west of Hock Springs, by the sinking of the bridge across Bitter Creek. The heaviest storm ever known in this ountry passed over here last night Snow fell here this morning about an inch deep. Sacuau ento, September S. The fol lowing is the statement of the moneys in tub State Treasury, including the transactions of August 31: Gold coin, $1,231,445; silver. $75,138.71; legal tenders, $9,586.30; warrants, $148, 268.32; total in treasury. $1,407,438 33. San Baku September 2. The Su pervisor election to-day resulted as fol lowsfull vote: James Rosa, 225; W. L, Barnard, 159: Boas' majority, 66. Makysville, September 2. The elec tion for Supervisor in the First and Second Wards of this city resulted in a majority of 17 lor Warren Ureen. Foreign News. Madrid, Sept. 2. Puycerda still re sists successfully the repeated attacks of the Carlists whose losses are heavy, London, Aug. 2. The Government Telegraph Association have agreed to lease a wire to the direct cable terminus with the privilege of operating by the company's employes. NEWS BY MAIL. Toako, Aug. 28. Large quantities of very heavy mining machinery for the hoisting works of the Raymond & Ely mine are arriving daily, and Deing shipped from here by ox teams to Pioche. A new stage line has been started be tween this place and Deep Creek, Utah. 6A r ran Cisco, Aug. z. A Company of Rhode Island capitalists have ob tained a contract for constructing a rail road in Equador, from San Buenaventu ra to Bogota, distance about 350 miles. It is reported that the chief engineer in the employ of the company is on his way to tbia city, and will make up bis party here soon after his arrival. Salt Lake, Aug. 28. In the case- of L. A. Brown, Probate Judge, elect of Tooele county, against the County Treas urer, a peremptory mandamus was is sued by the Third District Court, com pelling' the filing of bonds offered with judgment of $400. Notice was given of appeal. riEW lOBE, August ay. t runk Moui ton prints a card to-day stating that he notified the Beecher committee that he was ready to be cross-examined at any time, but the committee took no notice of his offer, and consequently be went to Plymouth Church lost night, haviDg a right there as a member of the congre gation, and his wife being a member of the church. After hearing the misrepre sentations in their report, he Bent a note to the moderator, requesting to be heard, but was not permitted. Mouiton says he has in his possession a letter from Beecher.stating that llaymond.who made the attack on him (Mouiton) last night, knows nothing about the case, although Raymond himself publicly Btated last night that he knew all about it. Moui ton says be will have all the letters printed and concludes his card SB fol lows: (I have sought for four years for the sake of the innocent childred of two families, to shield Beecher from the ex posure of his crime of adultry, but Mr. Beecber, his committee, his church, have united to oompel me, for my own self-protection, to reveal him to the world, as I shall shortly reveal him, in a still worse light than that in which he stands." Mansfield, O., Aug. 29. At the County Republican Convention to-day, the resolutions adopted were, it is said, prepared mainly by Senator Sherman. They take the ground the national taxes should be routined to spirits, tobacco, beer and imported goods; that revenue should be the primary object of all tariff laws, taking care bIbo to protect home industry; declares that publio policy and public faith alike, demand the payment of the United States debt in coin, and that measures should be taken by Con gress to resnme specie payment at the earliest day practicable. They also favor free national banking. Prospects at the Opbir mine are re ported as being very favorable. The north winze from cross-cut No. 2, on the 1300-foot level, is in fine ore, which has shown a steady improvement in the quality for the past four days, average assays running as high as $400 per ton. 1 he ore in tbe south up raise in tbe 1465. foot level is of a very rich quality. Tbe new raiBe in the east drift on the 1495 foot level has also Btrnck splendid ore, Both the north and south ore Btopes on this level have opened into exceedingly rich sulphuret ore, in much of which the free gold is plainly visible. These bodies of ore are not only rich, but promise a wide extent. The assay of car samples has been increased from $100 to 3UoU per ton. Virg. Chronicle, 28th. The village in Crown Point Ravine is improving very rapidly, and from the Ophir Crade bears the appearance of a little mountain hamlet. A number of new houses have been erected and painted a reddish drab, the roofs in cluded. It is walled in by the sides of the canyon, which rise abruptly to nearly the bight of the summit of Mount David- Bon. 1 here is an absence of dust, and me location is sheltered from severe winds. It is a oozy little nook, an eddy in tbe tide of life which flows down Gold Hill Canyon, into which the resi dents can plunge by simply passing un- aer tne loity railroad trestlework that spans the moutn of the ravine. Virg. inromcie, zoin. Tbe Brooklyn scandal is furnishing a world of entertainment in the salons of Fans and other continental cities. Ac curacy in slight matters of detail does not seem to be indispensable to the en joyment which can be derived from the Bcandal. A Marseilles paper ipeaks of it as " L'Affaire Beechor, Stilton et Vic toria voduli, and gravel; informs its readers that said " Beechor, Stilton and Victoria Voduli" are clergymen of tbe Anglican denomination! These three clergymen are represented as having been beguiled from the paths of virtue by an artful syren whose name is given as " Madame Beechestowe!" Such is the vanity of literary fame! S. F, Chronicle. At 11 :15 last night there wag a slight shock of earthquake. It was a sharp vi bration and but momentary, yet sufficient to scare watch does and watchful people. and strong enough to make a study lamp tremble and a clock that had stopped to make a new start. l Carson Tribune, TJ. The room of Mrs. Richards, who lodges at Mrs. Brewers, was burglarized last night. Tbe thief earned on a gold watch and chain, and $2 in silver. I u, H. News, 29. Ten morning John Crane while pass ing a house in the vioinity of the Bel cher hoisting works, was attacked and badly bitten in tbe leg by a ferocious mastiff. fO. H. News, 29. 1 Wrtltta for the Pioc-aa Daily Bacons.) DREAM FANCIKH. 1 saw thee when the lor 11 est rose Would pale beneath thy blush; The Ulj envied the thy brow: The nightingale for thee would hush; And from thine eves the warm, soft lovelight ahone; . And all of truth and love and virtue were thine own. I saw thee when thy cheek had paled Beneath the grief of years; Thy loving voice was low, yet sweet. Thine eye was dimmed by oft-shed tears; And those around thee wore a look of gloom. To see thee alowly.surcly gliding to the tomb. Again I saw thy fairy form Thy soul had Sown to Ood. 1 prayed to aee no more of earth To rest with thee beneath the nod. For thy true heart ws all on earth I claimed For thee slone, in me, the fin of love bad And now at night, borne on the breeze, I hear thy mournful knell: Its dying tremor on the sir Doth moan farewell, farewell, farewelll And still my heart sad, desolate and lone Doth ever echo to that knell Its spirit moan. Cheeping Clay. A peculiar kind of clay is found in many placet in our mines, which is not a little curious on account of its creeping propensities. A stratum of this clay will crawl out into tunnels and other openings in a manner much resembling the action of the toy known aa Pharaoh's serpents. You can't see where it is coming from or what moves it, yet it is constantly crawling out. In the drift which is being run into the American Flat mine, at the depth of 750 feet, they have a stratum of this clay. In order to keep the drift open, it is necessary to keep one man constantly engaged in cutting away the clay ns it pushes itself into the drift. 'I-i : .- . . . . i t 1 : i auis is noi owing to me siaaiug uuu swelling of the exposed surface, as in that case after a few removals of the sur plus material a hole would be left. The whole body of clay appears to be creep ing. It has the almost imperceptible motion of the glacier, and, like tbe glacier, irresistibly advances, smashing everything in the shape of timbers that may be placed in the way. The cause of this creeping is probably to be found in tbe pressure of the superincumbent or surrounding strata of rock. Its motion not unlike that seen during tbe straightening out of a piece of pitch wnich has been compressed, inere ap pears to be a limit to this creeping of tbe clay, but it is not reacbed until many leet have erect out into the unit, tunnel, shaft or chamber, and been cut off and removed. Its action is so mysterious that some of the miners are ready to ex plain it by simply saying that it is be cause "nature ubhors a vacuum." If left to its own course it would very soon close a drift, tunnel or other opening so completely that no one could see that an opening bod ever been made in it; in deed, thousands of feet of drifts and tun nels in our mines are now so closed. Iu the Caledonia mine much trouble was experienced with this creeping clay. We have beard of a streak of it two or three feet in width rising up in the floor of a tunnel until over thirty feet bad come up and been cut off. It is bad ary where, bnt is most mischievous in main shafts. For this reason mining men al ways seek a spot, iu which to put down Bnch shafts, where they are likely to have solid country rock (rock outside the vein) to a great dept below tbe sur face. Tbe sad experience of early days taught them tbe lessou. A man named Johu Doland died sud denly at the Pollard House yesterday morning. Coroner fttopher was notibed and held an inquest. The jury found that be came to his death from natural causes. Tbe man arrived in Reno from Chicago the previous evening. He was going to Carson, where be has a sister living. His remains were forwarded to that place last night. Reno Journal, AUgUSt ZS. NEW TO-DAY. JAMES S. SMITH, CANDIDATE FOR County Clerk, Subject to the decision County Convention. Republican se-td Dividend Notice. HE ST0CKHOI.DKR8 OP THE STATE BANK OF NEVADA are hereby notified that st the monthly meeting of the Board of Director, the REGULAR DIVIDEND waa declared for the month of August, of Two and One-half Per Cent. On the amount of capital stock, payable at the nana in united states gold coin on mtus DAY, the 1Mb last. J. W. WRIGHT, Bank Manager. Pioche, Nov., September i, 1874. sca-td Sheriffs Sale. BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED out of the District Court In and for the Cuunty of Lincoln, State of Nevada, and to me directed and delivered, for a Judgment rendered in aaia uourt.on tbe 1st day 01 Auguat, A. Jf 1H74, in favor of F. W. Clute and against the Highland Consolidated Mining Company, for the sum of nineteen hundred and uinety.one 3-1(10 dollars debt, and all accruing costs and interest, 1 have levied on tbe following prop erly, to wit: The Georgia Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet, more or less: The Mississippi Ledge, consisting of 1,000 leet, more or less; The California Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet, more or less; The Blaikfoot Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet, more or less: The Yellow Jacket Ledge, consisting of 1,000 leet, more or less; The Rostui Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet, more or less: The Black Jacket Ledge, consisting of 1,000 leet, more or less; The Hamburgh Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet, more or leas; The Mortimer Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet, more or less: The Colorado Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet; uurc or less; The Lincoln Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet, more or leas: The Mayflower Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet, uiurcur less; The Elmore Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet, more or leas: The Pocahontas Ledge, consisting oi 1,000 reel, more or lewi: The Western View LeOge, consisting of 1,000 more or less: The French Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet, more or less: The Queen of tbe Forest Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet more or less; The Golden Gate Ledge, consisting of l,00n feet, more or less; The Lewiston City Ledge, consisting of 1,000 ieei, more or less; The Black Bess Ledge, consisting of 1,000 fect, mere or less: The Howarth Ledge, consisting of 1,001) feet, more or less: The Bengal Tiger Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet, more or lees; The Phil Sheridan Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet, more or leas; The Roving Miner Ledge, consisting of 1,000 icei, more or leas; Also, about HI acres of land surveyed for Mrs. n. k. Htantnn. Slav 10. 1R71: Also, about lis acres of land surveyed for J. C, Marshall, October 19, 1869 all In Linooln county, Nevada. Notice is hereby glved that on Wednesday, the M day af September, A. 11. At 11 o'clock M , I will sell all the right, title and interest of said defendant in and to tbe above de scribed property, at the Court-house, in rioehe. Nevada, at nnl.lin anrtlnn. for eash in band. to the highest and best bidder, to satisfy said execution and all costs. W. B. TRAVIS, Sheriff, fly 1. B. Hoao. Deputy Sheriff. aull-td The above sale Is postponed, by order of plaintiff's attorneys, until Thanday, the li day of October, A.D. 1BT. W. B. TRAVIS, Sheriff. By . R. Hoao, Deputy. set-td Burma houses. WELLS, FARGO & CO.'S . KCVADA. Doposltsi Xlocolved On Open Aeeonnt. or Certificates of Deposit Issued, payable on Demand. Bills of Exchange Telegraphic Transfers ,. .ON.... NEW YORK, NAN tRNriro, BOSTON, CHICAGO, lT. LOUS, And all the Principal Easter Cities, and on any point in Canada ALSO, Exchange Drawn on London, Dublin, Parte, Berlin, and all the Principal Cities of Europe. CURRENCY X3 oucht and Bold, Xtiilllorx Bouthtt And Advances Made Thereon. Collections and Commissions Of all kinds executed promptly in all parts of the L'nitrd ttlates, fcurope and the Canada. In connection with the above, we are now pre. pared to do a regular Block lirokerage Business, and will 13 U V ATSJD SEXjZj STOCKS Strictly on Commission. Assessments Paid and Dividends Collected, Advances Made on Blocks, J. M. SEXBERT, my26-tf Agent THE STATE BANK OF NEVADA, Board of Dtrectorat JOHN P. KELLET President CHAS. A. WIEDERHOLD Vice President CHA8. A. WIEDERHOLD Secretary JOHN GAIU1KR J. W. WRIGHT, H. 8. 1.fBllOCK A. BROWN, HARRY I. THORNTON. A ttor fie vst THORNTON, KELLEYfc GARBER T'vEPOSITS RECEIVED, EITHER ON OPEN a ' account or to inane cenwcaies inereior pay able ou demand. EXCHANGE DRAWN I PON NEW YORK and BAN FRANCISCO, And other principal cities of the U, 8. Also upon LONDON, DUBLIN, PARIS, BERLIN And all of the principal cities of Europe. Currency Bought and Sold. Collections Promptly Made, Railroad and Mining Stocks Bought and Sold on Commission. r Money Loaned on Stocks. w Correspondents LAIDLAW It CO., Agents of the Bank 1 . of California ) New lor BANK OF CALIFORNIA, and) J. H. LATHAM ft CO., Stock 1 Ban rranciaco Brokers J jal-tf. i. W. WSIOBT, Bank laanager. BOOTS & SHOES. K. F. MOBTON, K. SCBWK1QKA Boots, Boots, Boots. MORTOX & SUMMER, Meadow Valley Street, Opposite Dexter Stables, AEE PREPARED TO MAM'FACTCBE ALL kinds of superior Custom-made Boots, Nailed, Periled, Hcrrwed or bowed, from the best brands of French stock. MINING BOOTS their Specialty. We will guarantee onr Bowed French Calf Boots and Gaiters to be equal to any ever made In tbe Btate. A GOOD FIT WARRANTED, OB NO 8 ALB, PARTICI'LAR ATTENTION paid U REPAIRING. sWOur Prices will conform to the Times. MORTON di SCHWEIGER. mylj-tf PIONEER Sale and Livery Stables ZIOOK h CO. ARE AGAIN AT THEIR J old stand on MEADOW VALLEY1 STREET, and would most respectfully luiurui vueir oia irienas ana tne puolu vu wey uiiena to Beep First-class Turn-outs Bnggies and Saddle Horses. STOGIE KEPT OK X.o.aoraljlo Terma, And satisfaction guaranteed In eyery Instance. mylS-tf COOK k CO. DEXTER LIVERY m STABLE, Meadow Valley Street, PIOCHE, NEVADA, GEO. C. JOHNSTON, PROPRIETOR. CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND TO LET ON snort notice Teams, Bungles and Saddle Hones, At Low Rates. Stock Boarded by the day or week, and care. mux gnjomca. auau-tf $50 REWARD! T OBT BETWEEN PIOCHK AND THE ALPS jlj mine, a Flask of Quicksilver. The abors reward will be paid on lta return to JylHf W. L. PRITCHARD HOTEL AND SAN JOSE HOTEL. OFEMI HAVB LEASED THIS POPILAB BOt'sF, AND Fill ID )T ( r Ah A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL. THE KITCHEN AND DINING-ROOM Will be surpHcd with the best in tbe market, The Bed Rooms Large. Well Furnished and Airy. Attached to tbe Betel are 13 A 111 XI COU3 SB, well supplied with But and Cold Water, Every convenience for the benefit of Traveling Guests. U Expense uill be spared to AND AT TERMS AS FOLLOWS : Board, 810 Per Week Board and Lodging and two Baths Per Week, $15 Per Week Single Baths, 75 Cents I Meals, - - 75 Cents jjM-tf W. S. STAK-SFIBLiD. CLOTHING. GROCERIES, ETC. MISCELLANEOUS, ICE! ICE!! ICE!!! CRYSTAL ICE DEPOT, McALPIN'S SALOON, 'Haauiow Valley St., Pioche, PARTI0ULAB ATTENTION PAH) IT0 SUPPLYING FAMILIES ! Ice Delivered to any of the City! Part AXIj orders promptly filled W. R. WILSON, A Lre at. IiUMBKR. ! SHERWOOD fc BRO. I MAIN 8TRBET, PIOCHE, c AN SUPPLY ....or., ALL KINDS 1IININO AND BUILDING LUMBER. SAWED TIMBER, HEWED TIMBER AND POLKS. OALrrOBNIA LUMBER, REDWOOD and SUGAR PINK, MOULDINGS and SHINGLES, DOORS and WINDOWS Eto. Also, STOVE-WOOD, anr lenath and alza. at REASONABLE BATES. J. H. RICK. A o nn febll-tf Champagne Cider PUT UP BY J. O. rORTMAN, Lower Main Street, Opposite Sherwood's Lumber Yard. IJ1HERE IS ALSO A Vinegar Factory Connected with the establishment. Cider per dosen S4.U0 Cider per galloa by tne barrel ... J Vinegar per gmL by the barrel.. ts PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO In Pioche or Bullionville. J. O. FORTMAN, let-tf Proprietor, NOTICE To Families and Restaurants. WE ARE MAKING AT OUR DAIRY Spring Valley a first-rate article of BUTTER, IN We are now prepared to deliver every Thurs day to families from the wagon FRESH BUT. TER, or It can always be obtained at Emerson's regetaole atom, voss' Building, Main street. F. A. BUCK. O.H. LIGHT. Pioche, June 15, 1874. Jelo-lm JAMES NESBITT, COMMISSION MERCHANT. Dealera 1st Produce, Groceries and Provisions. Lower Main atreet, Pioche. jaS-tf JAS. S. SMITH & CO., STOCK BROKERS, SABIN'S BRICK BUILDING, MAIN STREET, Ploohe, SNTexrj BOY AND BELL STOCKS BTBICTLT ON COMMISSION. ASSESSMENTS PAID. ' DIVIDENDS COLLECTED. CHECKS DISCOUNTED, DRAFTS ON SAN FRANCISCO Received for Collection, and Returns Promptly Made. San Francisco Brokers Messrs. WOODS k FREEBORN. anlMf EE8TAUEABT. JULY XB. UNDER THE PEEEONAL 6CPFR and will be second to no other nltc or hotel la make Guests comfortable HOME. FBEIGHTEBS. PRITCHARD'S RECULAR FREICHT LINE FROM PALISADE, via EUREKA to PIOCHE. W. U PR1TCBABD, Prap'r. Time from 10 to 14 Eay, Mark goods can of Pritchard. Palisads Diamond Blow. No Forwarding Charges by This Line! Office, Corsier ml Pioche aad He it-it FBANK 0. MIN8BCLL, Agent. FORWARDINC ....ami.... (011Ii ERCMM. WHOLESALE DEALER ....rn.... Flonr, Grain, & General Keicliaiitlise. TOANO(C.P.E.R.) NEVADA, Will RecelTS and Forward Fielsbt to PIOOHE All Parts of Eastern Nevada .ADD.... Territory, Idaho VTITH DISPATCH AND AT LOtTIB w Going Rates, Mark Goods 'Care F. F. Mara. Touo. Nevada. TU. FELSENTHAL, Agent at Pioche. mrts-tf MEAT MARKETS. LUBBOCK'S Snl Sk 53 Cheap Gash Market, Formerly known as the City Meat Market, MAIN STREET, PIOCHE, NEVADA, Next to Frank heeler k Go's. rjtH18 MARKET WILL BE OPENED On Wednesday Morning;, THE Stud INST., For tbe accommodation of the pnbllc, with a full assortment of Meats of the very best qual ity, wbich will be sold At Half thejresent Rates. The Patronage of Cash Customers is respect fully solicited. Meat Delivered at Aajr Pari af Tmis. Leave your orders. WM. M. LUBBOCK, Prop'r. July 1, 187. JjW-tf NEVADA MARKET, MAIN STREET Opposite Lsconr. THE FNDERSIGNFD BEOS TO INFORM the people of Plocbe and Ticlnlty that . lie baa purchased from Mmn. Abadie k Bro. J?" above Market, and will hereafter conduct tne same in hla own name and on bis own sccount, and where partiea can rely on purchasing The Best and Cheapest Meat IN PIOCHK Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork, SAUSAGES AND SAUSAGE MEAT. THOMAS EEOOH, Proprietor. aul.tf For Sale, Cheaps One 54-inch Spsvulding; Patent Circiil" Saw; Appa the war.boua.of fc Mm3HA,D