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i .111 l, -1 . J 1. I V. u 1 J 1 . IK i 1 'I V : i f i 'ii r I: f i t. THE P10CHE DAILY RECORD. Tl'EMDAY. DECEMBER IS, 181. Th. Bast aM OSHre of th. Pioro Dah. R cooed bu been rr moved to Lynch 'a Brtck Building, Lseour atreet, aw Main, hre all ordrr (or work will bo attended to by Gao. T. Ooasua. A STTRDT BEGGAR. An J now come Jay Gould with bii littU achem. tor making another grand teal ont of th national treasury. An; project with which inch man as Jay Goal a it eonwrncd, or it th promoter, may wall be looked upon with inapicion. A man that will boldly and defiantly at tempt to steal a great railroad like the Erie, may well be regarded with distrust when be cornea before the people (no, not the people, bat before a moribacd, demoralized and disgraced Congress) for a grant of pnblis money amounting to twenty million of dollar. In the hie tory of celebrated highwaymen and burg lars, we are often astonished at tbe im patience and aang froid with which their derredationa are carried oat. Seldom capturing a booty of more than a few thooaanda, these fellows ran the risk of their Urea and liberty with a coolness and nerra that wonld be remarkable under any circamsUnee and causing astonishment often to bs expressed, thst men eoold act with such deliberate con' ftdenoe when they know they are eom mitting an audacious robbery. Under snch circumstance tnch conduct is wonderful. That' being the case, is it not ten times mure astonishing that men supposed to be decent members of soci ety, or, however, they msy hsTe deserved such a fate, are not yet inmate of tbe Stat Prison, should go to Washington, and with all the "cheek" in the world, ask Congress to assist in robbing the people of twenty millions of dollars and not be booked down the steps of the Capitol. They certainly ought to be, for they mast set down the members of Con grss as either a set of idiotic fools or en grained rascals. Who is Jay Gonld and what has be done that he should ask the nation to present him with twenty millions. The answer it, that he is a gold and stock gambler, snd his two most celebrated actions are an attempt to steal the Erie and to rnin every com mercial house in tbe country by tbe scheme which culminated on the mem orable " Black Friday." Who was the confederate of FisV, with neither the brains or tbe heart of tbe latter. That is who Jay Gonld is, and he is the man who only wants $20,000,000 to help him run the Pecifio mail steamers off the ocean. At this present moment in New York sod the Atlantic States generally there are thousands of men, women and children in want and misery, and abso lutely dying of hunger and privation. Twenty million dollars wisely distributed would, daring the present Winter, save hundreds of lives, rescue thousands of families from intolerable hardships, and prevent many, many unfortunate, un happy girls from sacrificing their hopes in this world and tbe next for food and raiment. If Congress baa $20,000,000 of tbe nation's money to give away, there is a nobis beneficent and blessed purpose to apply it. Tbe recipients of such bounty, every individual of them, have ss much, nay a better right to it, then Jay Gould, for tbey never injured their country or their fellow man, but be baa. He lives like all gamblers by other people's loss. The only recommenda tion that oould be plead in his favor is that he is rich. For no other reason, if that be one, can the present fag end of a salary-grabbing, preBS-gagging, thor oughly corrupt Congress give him twenty millions of money that has been wrong dollar by dollar from the toiling masses of the American Republic W. F. Stcwabt, late Democratic can didate for State Mineralogist, and G. W Fox, both forty-niners and both hailing from the Comstock, fell into the snares of the three-card monte men at Battle Mountain, and were very satisfactorily cleaned out. Berved them right they ought to have known better. One D. P. Carr, late of the Carson Appeal and later of the Panamint News, has been defrauding the latter institu tion ont of a considerable sum of money. Both the Appeal and tbe News nnite in pronouncing Carr a dead beat of tbe worst character. A kcmseb of cities and counties in Micnigan, which hav issued bonds to aid railroad construction, have en deavored to repudiate them and are being sued in tbe Untied States Courts and judgment recovered against them. The commission charged with enquir ing into the condition of the levees on tbe lower Mississippi and its tributaries, will report in favor of the Government taking charge of them and at once com' menoe the work of reconstruction. Brrr, in the name of the people of New York, has been brought against the Erie, N. Y. Central and Hudson River Rail road Companiea for forming an illegal combination to control rates and fares. Kino Kalakacta did not alight at Chi' oago. He said he was sick. It he were not, and had stopped at Chicago, he very soon wonld hare been, for he would have been interviewed to death. Jkssi PoMUBor, th Boston buy mur derer, has been found guilty of muider in tbe first degree. The jury recom mended bim to mercy on account of bis youth. Thi British parties for the observation of the transit of Yenns report success at Hobart Town, Adelaide, Melbourne and alsa in China and Japan. Tbi Eureka Sentinel says tbst a family in that bnrg have become heirs to large estate in England valued at three million dollars. Thi other day tbe San Francisco police raided on a faro game and cap tared the dealers, players, tools and the sack, the latter containing $1,300. A vest large and rich copper ledge da been fonnd near Winnemncca by Coming and Bell. If th unfortunate who were mur dered at th Mountain Meadows bsd been negroes or Indians, th matter ould hav been investigated long since. bat as tbey ware only whit people, and from a Southern State at that, it is hard ly likely that the administration wonld notice so trifling a matter as th mnrder of one hi ndred and fifteen of their fel low citizens. Thk people of Canada are waking up from their old fogy ideas and coming into th line of the civilization of tbe period. As evidence of the progress al ready made, we can state that on V. Wallace, the cashier of the Pacific rail road survey, has stolen $00,000. He ir. evidently qualifying himself for a carpet bag Congressman or Senator from a Southern State. Thk Tiltun-Beecher suit progresses Tery slowly. The defense is interposing everything in th nature of a dilatory plea, that th fertile ingenuity of Beecher's counsel can invent or tbe law permit. Complaint is mad in San Francisco that the female prisoners in th County Jail are kept in idleness. A compact is being formed in Boston for the construction of th Darien Ship Csual. What is tb matter with the Beese River Reveille? We have not been fa vored with a copy for at least two weeks. NEWS BT Mill.. SENATB. Washixotos, Dec. 10. The Finance Committee to-day discussed, without reaching a decision, tbe question wheth er there be time this session to mature and secure the enactment of a finance bill. Morrill, of Maine, moved to fix Mon day next for tbe consideration of the bill reported on Monday from tbe ioint se lect committee to frame a government for tbe District of Columbia. Agreed to. A resolution appointine Georee Ban croft s member ot the board of regents of tbe Smithsonian Institute, in place of General Sherman, resigned, was adopted. xne senate went into executive ses sion and referred a Urge number of nom inations to sppropnate committees. nngni gtve notice toat ne would ask the Senate on Friday of next week, to proceed with tbe consideration of the bill reported last session, declaring tbe true intent and meaning of the Union Pacifl railroad acts, approved January 1st. 18C2, July 2d, 1865, July 3d. 1800. inenenaie went into executive ses sion and soon after adjourned. Horsn. Beck offered a resolution calling for a report of tbe condition of tbs affairs of the Freedmen's bank. Agreed to. Ford introduced a resolutioniton to print 25,000 copies each of the aericul tural report of 1872 and 1873. Referred. ewann, from tbe committee on Appro priations, reported the consulsr diplo matic appropriation bill; it appropriates $1,315,785. The bill appropriation $30,000 for scales to be furnished the Postoffice De partment, passed. ins House went into Committee of the Whole and resumed consideration of the bill authorizing tbe issue ot 3-65 convert ible bonds. Willaid offered an amendment, provid ing that greenbacks shall not be a legal tender in payment of debts contracted after the 1st of July, 1875. Dawes opposed tbs bill in a long speech, in tbe course of which be said the effect of it would be to take from tbe lubortng man's wages tea or fifteen per cent, of their purchasing power. TboBe who are responsible for publio affairs have no time to lose; the Republican party has just three months to save or destroy itself, and no other power than itself can accomplish its ruin. Howell referred to a charge made againts him by one Porter, of having sold a naval oadetsbip for $1,000, which he denounced as false and asked for a committee of investigation. Referred to the naval oommittee. Holman offered a resolution to so amend the rules as to make it in order to move to amend any proposed bill to abolish any office or to reduce the salary or compensation of such office; referred!. Nkw Obleans, Deo. 10. A Jackson, Miss., special says the proclamation of of Governor Ames, convening the legis lature, is almost unanimously con demned. T. W. Cartoso, than whom no man has done more to create this trouble. declares the race confliot is now on us and negro women are ready to commence with axe and knife to slaughter white women and children. One remarkable fact should be noted, only country ne groes nave Deen drawn into tnese demon strations, the town negroes are too smart to be duped by their leaders. The ac tual number of negroes killed in Mon day's fiifbt are probably 150, forty-eight were buried in one field yesterday. New Yobk, Dec. 10. The New York papers score Moulton heavily. It is thought Vice President Wilson will be again compelled to withdraw. John C. Kondrup, Danish vice-consul at Washington, died yesterday morning. V. V. Smith, tbe would-be Governor of Arkausas, bas arrived in Washington. ne caucus ot ttepuoncan senators on Arkansas affairs, adjourned without com ing to a conclusion. Fire destroyed the Dostoffice and other buildings at Darien, Ga., yesterday. Loss, SoO.UOO. Alexander Mactier was married on Wednesdsy, in London, to Virginia, daughter of tbe late Hon. James Brooks. Tbe Democratic Senators will vota for Thurman for President of the Senate in opposition to Matt Carpenter. Gov. Woodson, of Missouri, has or dered an election for a constitutional convention, on the 25th of January,1875. Hagar has introduced a bill in the Sen ate for the adjudication of titlea to land claimed by Jose Apis and Pablo Apis, in the State of California. It is believed the Committee on Ways and Means are strongly in favor of a still greater advance than ten cents a gal lon in the tax on whisky. lne senate foreign committee will to day consider th subject of appropriating $50,000, or a smaller sum, for the enter tainment of tbe great Kanaka. ice new York limes cites as an in stance of the declining power of trades unions, tbe fact that 7,000 mechanics and 2,000 laborers have left such organi zations during the past year. J t is stated a proposition is now under consideration by tbe authorities of tbe United States, looking to tbe cession to this country of a strip of territory on tbe Mexican side of the Rio Grande. The pis iron makers at Philadelphia have decided to reduce productions one- halt during 1875, provided the agreement be signed by at least two-thirds of tbe furnace owners. A letteb of inquiry has been received at this office asking information con cerning oos Phillip Hipper, who baa been at Socky Bar and baa or had inter ests in claims there. He has s mother in England who is anxious to know of bis whereabouts. Any information for warded to Jennie Trewhela, Scales Mound, Illinois, will be thankfully re ceived. Virg. Independent, 10th. KixdaIA Tells Thim Aboct It. The reporter of the National Republican, at Washington, has had a recent interview with Congressman Kendall. He wanted to know all about Nevada politic and tb lata lively political campaign; so Kendall " stood) in," and told him all about it. Tbe account of the interview is given in tb Republican of November 27th, and closes ss follows: Reporter. Your successor, Mr. Wood burn, I believe, has he experience in legislation? Mr. Kendall Not particularly, I think, but be ia a gentleman of fine abil ity, and will represent faithfully the in terests of the State. Reporter. You say the Legislature is strongly Republican. Who is the com ing men for United States Senator? Mr. Kendall. The Lord knowal That neither was nor is any fight or funeral of mine. Bnt I oould easily name several political corpses tbst most assuredly will not be, and they may attribute tbe fact to their own want of common sens and common honesty, and to your humble servant. After a pleasant and desultory chat upon tbe news and gossip of the city, which Mr. Kendall entered into with the interest of sn old habitue, our reporter took his lesve, fully impressed with tbe idea that tbe present Democratic; Con gressman from Nevada ia a gentleman who has in an eminent degree, the qual ities of directness, off-hand courtesy and firmness, and a decision of character not to be trifled with. He ought to be a Re publican. G. H. News. Sncioi w ViaoiaiA. Major Ferrend, well known in Virginia City, committed suicide on tbe 8th inst. by shooting him' self in tbe head. Tbe Independent says: Tbe deceased wss born in London, bat came to Baltimore, Maryland, when very yoang. In later years he went to Buenos Ayres, South America, and was one of the leading spirits which overthrew the government of that country. In 1819 he went to California, and in 1855 to Nicaragua with General Walker, aa Chief of Artillery. It was while engaged in this expedition that he received tbe ssber stroke which msy have caused tbe act his friends so lament to-day. After tbe fatal termination of that expedition, he reiurnea to uantornia. 1 hence be went to Idaho, and finally came to this city, where bis generous character and tragio end will be long remembered by bis large circle uf intimate friends. His sge was 44, and be leaves a wife to whom he bos been married only two years. The New York Tribune brings very grave charges against the President re specting the trials of tbe safe burglary conspirators. Tbe Tribune says: "The President threw tbe weight of his personal influence against the prose cution." It also says "witnesses were put ont of the way, and tbe principal ac cused person himself being allowed to usurp the functions of tbe District At torney's office." Also, that " tbe Presi dent's relative, Marshal Sharp, selected tbe talesmen with such art, or such lack, that a considerable number of the petit jury turned ont to be more or less closely connected with tbe District Uovrnment, in whose interest the conspirators on trial are acting." Yesterday morning a sad accident occurred at tbe Savage mine, by which John Kelty lost his life. The decessed was one of four men working the wind lass at tbe top of the winze, from the WJUU-root to the 2200-f oof-level. A bucket of dirt was hauled np snd dumped by deceased. As be was throwing the dirt out of the bucket, it slipped off tbe plat form and dropped about a foot and a half, tbe dirt sticking in it. Tbe de ceased caught hold of a ring in tbe bot tom of tbe tub, when a flaw in the staple caused it to give way, and be fell back ward into tbe mine. Those at the bot tom of the winze, who were running the drift on the 2200-fuot level, beard tbe shouts from above, and atood aside till the noise of the falling body ceased, then stepping out they found deceased lying across tbe track on bis knees with bis face over towards tbe hanging wall of tbe winze. They picked him np, straightened his body, and wet bis face and head. He groaned several times and lived about ten minutes. An examina tion showed scarcely a whole bone in his skin. He was indeed, at first, a shape less mass of bruised flesh and broken bones. Deceased was a native of County Sligo.Ireland, and aged 3ti years. Virg. Independent, 10th. Sheriff Bcllitan and posse returned late on Wednesday evening from the bunt after tbe stage robbers. Tbe psrty was once in the vicinity of the bead of Antelope valley and Snowball mountain, and failing to discover any trace of tbe robbers, were obliged to return empty banded. Mr. Sullivan ia confident that they did not leave in that direotion, but is ot the opinion that tbev crossed Diamond mountain nearly opposite the scene ot trie roooery, and struck out lor Utah, probably by the old Overland road Tbe chances are that the villains are out of the oountry by this time, and have escaped temporarily from tbe conse queucesof their crime. Eureka Senti' nel, 11. The authorship of the salary grab is now Baaaiea upon Minister Wasbburne, candidate for the Presidency. A Wash ington correspondent of the Springfield Kepublican savs that when Mr. Wash' borne was on a visit to the Whit House s year ago last Winter he discovered a residential yearning for more salary. and went to the leading Republicans of the House urging that the old comDensa tion be doubled. He urged Mr. Dawes, as Chairman of the Ways and Means Committee, to take the lead in tb movement, but he declined. G. H. news, a. Dick Beliam and Volney Sabin met to-day in tbe Eailroad Exchange Saloon and put up $100 forfeit each to wrestle a match, best two in three, aooordins to me unitea states rules, for oUU each. Tbe match will oome off on January 8, 1875, either in Gold Hill or Vireinia. The plnoe has not been decided npon as yet. lu. a. Mews, v. Tistebdat Mr. N. L. Enox met with quite a severe accident, beina thrown from his horse and severely cut about the bead. Keno Crescent, 9. NEW TO-DAY. MRS. D. Ml. ERNST TTAfl RENTED THE FTKE AX LODGING HOUSE! KNOWN AS MRS. CHRISTIE'S, On Main Street. HasreStted the same with New Spring Mat tresses, Stoves, and flrst-claaa Furniture. The Building contains 33 Rooms, renting from f 12 to 120 per month. The location is central, and on the principal thoroughfare of Pioche. dlS-tf w ILL OPEN THIS EVENING AT HAM- uton's K.no Boom, MAIN STREET. OPEN DAT AND NIGHT. FRIENDS, Ac quaintances and all others Int-rrstffd. slve me s call. , , JOHN B. CLARK, dlB-tf f7rTwAl awLvllrm. L. T roads in all direction are in th best pcssibl condition for both teaming and staging. All of tb stages are mak ing excellent time, in travel, nowever, is rather light. Coal and quarts hauling goes forward as regulsrly ss at any tims during tb bummer month. .Eureka Sentinel, 11. Cowdcctob 8. J. Hassis met with painfnl accident at Golcouda this morn ing. It appear that in attempting to step aboard just as tbs train was atarting he missed bis footing, and one oar-wheel passed over his left foot, msahina it ter ribly .Humboldt Register, 9. Thi freight train coming East yester day broke in two at White Plain, and throw Conductor Shields to th ground so forcibly as to temporarily disfigure bis countenance and otherwise bruising bim ; not seriously however. Hum boldt Register, 9. AN FRANCISCO STOCK REPORT. 8a FaAscisoo, December K. BUSES. ItORXINO BALKS. 1170 Optatr US 11 111) MSbM UlbSO 123M0 I1VH iw KM Mexican 31 SI H SS SI HbSO St 12.U Gould a Carry 7 It 37 36 1 SSblO 87 8 SSUBestfc Belcher 38 It 37 It SS 37 37 It VJ aw savage lor H liw no in m los igs 107 110 112 1U 116 116 H 710 Bale k Norcroas 66 64 83 Wit W 695 Chollar Potosi 7 74 7 3 7 4 78 76 470 Yellow Jacket 145 144 144 M 1010 Crows Point 46 48 48 )t eW KbM MfcbSS 47 H SD3U 988 Imperial 15)4 15 UHblO UH 138 Empire Mill 14 It 480 K.nluck-JOH 30 300 Alpha 36 36H 37 8SU 1448 Belcher-46 45 UH 46 48 H 4TbJ 4813 46 ASWU 788 ConSdenc-87 86 88 Sb6 88 37 86 81 1115 Con Virginia J90 385 387 3WblO 388 M0- nwraa 1440 Sierra Kevada- 1 18 18 19b 18 18 1880 Californla-990 385 380 383 3SSM0 SSObSO 387 280 387 377 150Daney-3 88 Exchequer 20OB30 199 300 10 Bed Belcher 138 tfl Overman 77 76 T7bS 76 190 Juttice T5 73 74 74 800 Lady Bryan 37t 8 (T 745 Julia 9 8 8 1S5 Caledonia 36 X 38 36 100 Globe 1 330 Baltimore Con 8 8bl0 8 AFTERNOON BALKS. 978 Meadow Taller 6 6b36 6 M 8b3 6 1130 tuvmond Ely 24 35 26 38 37 37 27 850 Enrek Con 13 u la 13 13 280 Pioche 6 4 430 American Flag 3 3476 Bflmont-17 8 171716 16 1616' D301S 800 Newark 1 1 4no Monitor (Belmont) 2 8 1650BrePatcb-383 4b30 4 ! 4i30 4 4SS3U 868 El Dorado South 3 3 3t30 80 Chariot Mill 6 350 Cherry Creek 1 60 Prussian 4 200 North Belmont 20c 1800 El Dorado North 1 lb30 60 MahoRoay 4 80 Ida Ellmore 1 800 Empire (Idho)-l!4 1 1 , 200 South Chariot 1 lin Qulden Ohartot4 9 3 220 Bullion 19 18 19 ISO Bacon 6 2(U6 Utah 6 7 6 6 6 6 6K0 Silver Bill 13 12 U6j 11 11 II 860 Eclipse 11 12 11 11 11 8'25 Trench 11 11 655 Challenge 12 11 11 850 Dayton 4 4H 100 Rock Island 4 150 Bardanlles 19 990 NT Con-4 44 4bW3 410 Occidental 4 4 4b30 675 Senator 32V) Phil Sheridan SOe 8l American Flat 7 7 2110 Alts 1 flOOSntro 33; 1330 Union Con 50 62sS 62 53 53 51 51 82 1:105 Woodville 3 9 3 250 Mint- 85c 32 o 60 Lady Washington 3 30 Koeauth-3 1150 Crown Point Ravine 1 lbs lMinLeo 1 1 755 Andes 4 4 NEW TO-DAY. Holiday Presents! AT W. MANNING'S JEWELRY STORE. I HAVE slTBT BECEIYED FOB THE Holidays, ft LARCE ASSORTMENT Jewelry and Silverware, Selecttd Eipresily for Christmas and New Tear's Trade, Compriilog In part Eltgint Amethyflt, Toptx, Oonl, Turqnoiw Pearl, Onyx, Gold Enameled, Gold Quartc, and Etruscan Ladies' Sets; Bracelets. Locke!, Sleeve Buttons, Rings, Studs, Pins, Earrings and Neck laces of Exquisite Designs and Latest Patterns. Also, a fine Assortmsnt of Solitaire and Cluster lnamona sings and Pins. Choice Selections of SILVERWARE. A Full Assortment of Iadife' snd Gent's Gold and Silver Watches and Chains, Always on hand All of this Fine Stock of Good! wll) be Bold at Beasouabl. As Cheap as they can be Bought in San Fmolsoo. All Ooodi Bought at this Establishment Warranted. W. MANNING, Next Poor to Stale Bank of Xevada. dIB-lm NOTICE 310 J. T. LKK. ARTHUR O, LEE, F. O. lXIt, L.M LEK and If. K. LEI, owners la tb Las la. Highland Dlatrict. Lin twin rymntv. Xft. vada: Ton and each of yon are hereby notiSed that If von do not appear within ninety (to) daya from the data hereof, and pay your and each of your proportion of th. axpenae. In curred In developing aald mine, tb. naderaiane will claim s forfeiture, according to law, of your reapectiv. interest la aald mine. nocne, nev., ana. 38, lsra. JA1TES VrORIOOB, auJO.904 ; JAB. 0BBIKH. Dmcnro Academy. Professor Bach will open a practicing elasa for ladies and gentlemen, to meet on Friday even ings from 8 to 10 o'clock, at Brown's Ball. Tb Professor's tuition elsasea will meet a aanal on Mondays and Thursdays. tf Highest cash price paid for new and second-band furniture of all hinds. I. B. Staples, Pioche street, below tb Poatoffio. oclJ-tf Fob Sale. A large quantity of human bair and also a hons and lot. Be ad vertisement. 10d. Go to F. W. Clnte for your groceries and hardware. It is th cheapest place in Piocbe. "tf. Go to Alkxaxdu's, Main atreet, op posite Laoonr. for your drugs. my2tf JACOBS ate SULTAN, Ploohe Bulllonvllle. wholesale: RETAIL D CALEBS IX CENERAL MERCHANDISE. Particular Attention OOUPJTIIY ORDERS. aoltf HAEDWAEE. J. J. HALPIN & CO., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS DC HARDWARE, Mill and Mining Goods, Iron, - - - - Steel, TOVES AND TINWARE, SXaBtlxa.c Powder, Giant Powder and Fuse. WI ARE PREPARED TO CTJT AND TIT OAS PIPE, and manufacture all kinds of Tin, Sheet Iron and Oopper Work. W. will guarantee to five eatlaf actton on all foods msoiactund by as, snd at Jjower Prloeai: Than any other arm In Pioche. JeSO-tf J. J. HALPIN fc CO. DAN COHN TBI PIONEER DRT GOODS MERCHANT. Has Removsd To Jamee Oransn's Fireproof Building on Mala atreet, orpoait J. J. Halpin A Co. DBALEa n STAPLE AND FANCY DRT GOODS, READY-MADE CLOTHINS, ROTS' CLOTHING, GENTS' FURN ISHING GOODS, ROOTS , AND , SHOBS, ; R, Caps, Vallssa, Trmaka, Etc. 8TAGE LUIS. Daily Stage Line, HAMILTON. AXD HALF-DAILY noil HAMILTON TO BOBIKSOM AND CBELX. CREEK, AltD TBI-WEEKLT FROM HAMMOH TO CHEEET CEEEI. TEATI8 k 00n Proprietors. CABRTIVO r. S. MAIL AND WELLS, FAR GO A OO.W EXPRESS. Th, Tkm LJaM Bwly Stack d with FIB. AMERICA HORSES mm4 CONCORD COACHES. bwns leave Pioche Daily at S A. M.. maWna eloae aonneetloa with Railroad Bias. from Hanv utoa. One. mt Walla, Farar.C.'s B21-tf SOUTHWESTERN STACE LINE. SALT LAKE CITY. HUGH WHITE. -PROPRIETOR. THROUGH TO SALT UKE IN 55 HOURS IIARRTISa C. S. MAIL, AND WELLS, FAB UU W.U JULTKAiU) VI Fillmore, Sclpio, Nephl, Pay-son. Provo, and w,. i,. Loh't Rlv.raM. t. North Star, Mlnenvlll. Seavw, Parowaa aad f. Gwtrgw. Stages leav. alternate days at 6 A. M. Office at Walla, Para. Ai Ce. nai-tf E. BCH0PPMANN WILL OPEN A PRIVATE ncnooi on MONDAY THE I6TH INST., For Day tnd Night ftrt.ol.ra. 1ffht ftchtml at T P. M. Terma, 6 per month In advance. PriTaU leMona in German, French and Bpanun. nollm TO THE LADIES. H AVTHrt PURCHASED FROM 1IR8. WHT UM1 ner STAMPING APPARATUS, I am prepared to do all kinds of Stamping Work, Embroidery or Braiding, At the ihortest notice, and renpeetfally solicit tun custom 01 ta. uaies 01 nocne. MRS. Tit. FRAHER. HcCannon atreet, rear of Kuia. Scott's dwelling. noia.im TO THB IiADIBI 17 0 R SALS A LAR0K STOCK JL or ZXiuxxjaai TTjalr, Of all kinda. varieties aad eolars, AT COST PRICE. Tbe ators can be arm at Mn WBT LAND'8, Main atreet, near Meadow Tallley Aim, HOrSX AND LOT on Meadow Valley Mmv)iiwi,iui arauuw valley omce. OC31.U SHEA, BOCQUERAZ & McF.EE (Suooiaaoas TO BFLLTVAX B CASBMAlt,) Importers aad Jobbara of WINES AND LIQUORS. aoLa Aoaim ron Bold.a aad Tea-Kaiu. Baarboa WHTSKIKS. Oor. Front sod Jackeon BU., BAN TRAMCISOO aaia-u N. WINES T-VERIRE8 TO INFORM THK CITIZENS 1 or norne mat ater t.liy he will be pre. wu .ufipij rnikoii, runa Woll W.t5X". In larfre or small quantities, at going ratea. Par tiea deairtng to procure a supply will pleaa. apply at the PEOPLE'S HABU1, Meadow Val ley atreet. Ploeha, June 1, 1874. jel-tf IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States, District of Nevada.--In the matter of wii lam btanafleld, Bankrupt, In Bankruptcy. Lincoln county, Nevada, hereby gives notice of hia appointment as assignee of the eatat. of William Staneflf Id. of Pioche, In the county of Lincoln, in said District ; and who haa been, to wit, on the 91at day of May, A. D. 1874, ad Judged Bankrupt, upon the petition of his vrruuur,, uy me vismci uourt or sera Vlstnct. Dated at Pioche, Nev., the day of Octo- w, a. u. le.t. a. wink.", ocle-tf Pioche, Nev. E. HAMILTON Wholesale aad Retail . Main Street, Pioche. rriHS RETAIL DEPARTMENT OOMTRIBTNO 1 s Llqaor snd Billiard Saloon, with tour New and SPLENDID TAPTJES ! Has been fitted up regardless " sipeass.sad ehallengea comparison with any Balooa In ths Bute. . . soS-tf QUICKSILVER FLASKS. SECOND HAND QUICKSILVER FLASKS wanted In Small or Large Quantities. Address (stating price) FLASK," dl-lw P. O, Box 1078, San Francisco, JOCKEY CLUB HOTEL, FOXJR.-MI WBUaS. STOCK WATERED HAT AND DRAIN ., , FOB THB BARK. , ., , Board and Lodging. FINE WINES, LIQUORS AMD 0IOABS. ooS-toelO Utah Northern Railroad. rTtBAINS LIATE OOBimra AT 7 JO P. M. X leave Logan at I JO I . m,, to ooaneet with balaafor Ogdeo sad Salt Ads. aaSS-tf PH. FELSEHTHAl MAIN STREET, LARGE STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF JUST ARRIVED!! DUFFIELD AND FULL ASSORTMENT GBOCEBIES. WHOLESALE RETAIL. A CAR LOAD I BEST- COAL OIL, JUST RECEIVED, And for Sale Low. DUPONT'8 IRON KIO BLASTING POWDER. CLOTHX2TC, HATS. .fee.. (iV -OF ALL' Varieties. , Styles and Kinds AT TIB LOWEST BATES. Call and See my Stoeka.