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THE PIDCHE DAILY RECORD.
TV BSD AY.. .DBCKMBKR IS. lt. tOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Al RIVALS AD DEPASTURES ABBIVAL8. at tbs via a oo."s ununt unre: Geo Q Berry DtPABTUBEB. t TUTU A OO.S MAXILTOS LETS: him Orlstie I ' Carpenter L Wrtneimer . MueW 8 BoMMOA Peal Wei BY TELEGRAPH! PBU1AL TO Flood I DAILY BBOOBD Tbi Fiiia Weatheb still continues tod reports from Eureka Btate the roads to tbs railroad wera never in Better con dition. We are glad to hear this, sad if the clerk of the westber will only con tent to remain in good bnmor and with hold all evidences of displeasure in tbe Hoe of rain and snowstorms, it will be 0 great benefit to this oommnnity . K ry large portion of tbe Baymond k ri, pniiiP'n machinery is still on tbe .diwid at tbe mercy of tbe powers that prid " win1 n1 wetner- A lh, .jploration of the Eaymond k Ely Zu Mow the water level baa become a prime factor in th continued prosperity r Pi.h. nnnh interest is felt by all onr citisens in the transportation and arrival of tbe massive machinery whioh m rn,lr that exploitation possible. rkntAf the deDtbs of the monntains that surround ns, whose frowning summits have for agJ stood sentinel over the treasures ooncealed within their receives, do we Piocbers eipeot to "plnck tbe flower safely " from the nettle danger. This is not an nnreasonable supposition either. If the folks bsd given up tbe Comstock when the upper strata ol pay rock wa worked out, there wonld have h.i fnnnd no Crown Point. Belcher. Opbir, Consolidated Virginia or Cali fornia, The disooveries of the wonder fully extensive and rioh deposits in those mines should inspire our citizens with fresh hope and restore their oon Manm in the ultimately remunerative character of our mines. There is no .innht that this settinR on the ragged eii of deferred anticipation is not pleasant, but it will have to be borne, nd therefore it bad better be sustained cheerfully and hopefully rather than growling round like a bear with a sora head. Holiday Pbesknts. The time of year is rapidly approaching when the festive! of Christinas and the New Year and re knit the ties of friendship and affection. Those feelings often find expression in the presentation of a trinket or gift of some kind as a memento of regard and esteem. Now, those of our fellow citi zena wbo desire to make sucb an offer ing eanuot do better than make a selec tion from tbe elegant assortment of new and fashionable bijouterie just received by our friend Mr. Manning, whose repu tation for fair and honorable dealing gives tbe assuranoe that bis goods are just as tbey are represented. In accord ance with the times, which, aa Pioobe at present boasts of no California or Vir oinia Consolidated, are a little close, nricea will be marked down to the loweBt rates. Among Mr. Manning's more ex pensive goods, we noticed some very fine solitaire cluster nng auu e.uua, wuu some nrst-olasa watcbes, fit to be carried by any one. We also saw some very tasteful and elegant sets, some chaste in their simplicity, others rich in orna ments. One Especially wewerestrnok with and bat there, reporters must nnt think nf the cands of the world, their'a is a loftier mission. Bo we will just invite our readers to step around to tbs Dana jamming sou juubo iui ,uqw selves. Axothib man was arreBted on Satur day on suspicion tbat be was ooncerned in the robbery of Wells, Farijo & Co.'s stsges. That company has suffered too much latelv from the depredations of bigbwaymeu and are determined to spare neither lime, iauor caireueo m vnuK ino the the offenders to justice. We sin- eerely hope they will be successful in giving some of the robbers a useful and innocent occupation in quarrying stone for the benefit of the State. The mild diet end continued occupation afforded at the State Prison might give tbem clearer ideas of meum and tuum. Anothkb Pkbpobjjasce. The Pioobe Minstrels will give another of their pleasing entertainments on Tbnrsday next. Tbe programme will be very in terestina and present some novel fea tures. In the dearth uf amusements vhinh ao tilentifullv ODDresses us during the present winter, the Minstrels afford th means of naasina awav a delightful hmir nr two. Their Derformanoes are of A very superior oharaoter, and inallre speots will be found most acceptable. N. B. No improper characters will be admitted. Homicidx at Panamint. The Pane- mint News said tbe other day that so far. a crave vard was not required. We morel to find that since then tbe Pane miutrrs have found tbe necessity for tbat melancholy appendage. From A letter received by Mr. Wertheimer, the mer chant on Main street, we learn that Cal. Mowry, who not long since was A resi dent of this town, was killed by Andy Laswell, who also formerly uvea in Pioche. Buna. The Baymond k Ely was yesterday quoted on the board at 27 And Wi, A higher price than it has reached for some time. That stock and tbe Meadow Valley will, some time during nut Snrins or Summer, 80 booming, and then there will be tbe usual amount of "I told you so" and lamentations over fortunes lost never gained. Tbi Boyal Fklinb will this evening give an audience to all who may oboose to present themselves at Hamilton's Keno Booms. Johnny Clark will trot out the animal and exhibit Its graces with all tbe urbane politeness for which he is aoiea. VismKO. Judge Berry, formerly one of the proprietors of the Bsoobd and a well-known citizen of Nevada, oalled Upon ns yesterday. . Tbe Judge looks ss if bis stay in California bad agreed with bim. .) Mbs. D. M. Ehnst has taken the Lodg ing House formerly kept by Mrs.Chriatie, An Main street. The house has been thoroughly refitted and is inviting and nome-like. r or terms, era., see tisement under bead of " new to-day. Eastern Dispatche. Boston, Dee. ' 13. At Cbarlestown, Mass., this afternoon, Wm. H. Jones killed Mrs. O. B. Barry At her residence on School street, end Afterward cut Lie own throat. Jones was a married man with grown children. The two families were intimate and respectable. Tbe deed was premeditated, and don with a razor. There waa no witnesses the rest of Mrs. Barry's family being at churcb. The bodies were found at About half-past four by the son of tbe mur dered woman lying on the floor, four feet apart, each with their throat cut. Niw Yobs, Deo. 14. Five children of the family of John Dotterich fell through the ice at Preakness, X. J., yesterday. All were drowned. Washiwotoh, Dec. 14. A dispatch ssys that tbe Commission sent to Eu rope to examine tbe Jetty system in ex istence at the mouth of the Danube and other rivers with A view to Ascertain whether it could be Adopted in deepen ing the month of the Mississippi, ere now st the southwest pass of tbe Missis sippi. It is understood that Oenerais Comatoek and Wright at of the opinion that the system is impracticable for the Mississippi, and tbat tbe Fort St. Philip oanal, which is being examined by an other Commission, is tbe only way to avoid the mod-lump blockade whioh has so seriously interfered with the com merce of the river. Tbs Commission appointed by the President to report upon the best method of improving tbe levees of tbe Missis sippi and reclaiming lands Are unani mous in tbe opinion tbat tbe Govern ment should begin at onoe a comprehen sive system of rebuilding and improving tbe levees bordering on Arkansas, Mis sissippi and Louisiana, as otherwise the crevasses oaused by the floods of last Spring will expose the inhabitants of the submerged districts to more serious trouble than they have yet experienced and will utterly impoverish them. Chicago. Dec. 14. A Washington dispatch says that Jay Gould ia nnder stood to have a novel project to bring before Congress. He wants to establish a new steamship line between San Fran cisco and China to run in connection with tbe Union Pacifio Railroad, and will ask Congress to give as a subsidy to the liue credit to the Union Pacifio for the amount it now owes the Government on acoount of tbe five per cent, fund and for unpaid interest, whioh is now estimated at (20,000,000. Cbioaoo, Deo. 14. Tbe Suprem Court of Michigan not long ago decided tbat railroad aid bonds issued by town ships to railroads were invalid. Tbe law under which tbey were granted be ing unconstitutional. Aa the bonds began to mature the holders began to demand their money. Non-residents had tbe advantage of the recent deciaion of the United States Supreme Court, wbtoh declared suoh bonds valid, and therefore sued upon them in tbe United States Court in Detroit. So far judg ments have been given against eighteen cities aud townships to tbe aggregate of $244,964. Suits are still pending Against seven townships, Chicago, Deo. 14. A Washington special says friends of tbe Texas Pacifio Railroad bill wbo desire to seoure for it Government aid, are engaged aotively in canvassing in its behalf among members of tbe House. It is claimed that the result of this canvass has been thus far so favorable as to induce Houghton to prepare a resolution directing the Com mittee on Pacifio Itailroada to consider the bill at an early day, and to report thereon at a day to be indicated. Tbe object is to ascertain what real strength the measure has in the House, and will not be offered unless it shall have been found tbat it bas friends enough to seoure its passage. advance of the stories he toll at tbe Mercury And Patriot offices, San Joee, And to Mr. Soorrisaen, from whom be finally obtained a weapon, his conduct up to the time of firing the fatal shot, all tend to show tbe deliberate purpose which culminated in so terrible a tragedy. Watkins was a native of London, Eng land, nod 31 years of Age. Mrs. Watkins was bom in New Orleans, And At the lime of her death waa in her 28th year. CASTBOvtLLB, Dee. 14. This town had A narrow escape from A general con- nagration Una morning. Dr. Kirkup, who was aleeping in the rear of Msllo ry's drug store, waa awakened about 4 o'clock by smelling smoke, and sprang ont of bed and into tbe store, where he saw a sheet of name shooting np tbe shelving. . Water being bandy be suc ceeded in extinguishing the flames with out assistance. Xbe bre originated from mice getting into a lot of parlor snatches aepi in a wooaen oox. bushess dheotoby. ALEXANDER a. I., Druggist and Apothecary Mate atreet, opposite Laooer. ABRAHAM T. W., Postmaster. OSes, Leooar street. BEBGSTEIlf DA. H., Physician, White's Bunding. Mala stnC over BUM Bank. ptOOX. B. At., Aaaayer, nest door to JobasW jt livery etable. -"U88IDY. JOHN. Carjltol Salooa. Vj Mais Main sstrocB-t, Piooha, OPPOSITE BROWN'S HALL BAVWO teat started Is the Bakery business, wa are ready to supply enatoauarB with Ths Connty Commissioners met yes terday, but transacted no businees end Adjourned. Isidobi GooDi-BintD will Arrive by to day s Hamilton stsge, Fob PutAwirr. I will leave for Pane- mint on or about tbe 12th inat., and will take 12,000 lbs. of freight And some passengers. For particulars inquire of Jj. B. bCOTT, dG-lw Press. Wand's Saloon. All persons indebted to tbe Cali fornia, Pioche and People's Markets np to November 1st, 1874, must settle on or before December IStb, 1874, or collec tion will be immediately enforced. nrotf . - Winks ft Morraooaim, Mas. B. P. Dayton desires to take a limited number of music scholars Terms, $8.00 per month strictly in ad aavance. 1 ao-al 1 OO par Bottla PlaatmlUm. IIL, Walker's Vlnafar, Plplfas and Cali fornia Wine Bitters, to be Bad from AiBua jsree. Par Fveelletire Thoaa vlntaare 'TO California wlni aold at l 00 per bottle by Aahlnt Broa. KttraordlnarUr groat barg-alne, still offered bjr Aahlm Broa. Panamlnt Boota at Aahlm Bi 3 OO a pair. PreaK at Aallra Bros. rnttlna-'e tialf-cratloa bottles mixed plcklee A bite at Aahlm Bros. Minora' Improvred dinner cane T5 eente each at Aahlm Broa. White duck nante onlr 6 bltat A pairs woolen sneke, S)l OO of conree, only at Aahlm Broa. 6 Bottles of Veaard'e Mnatard for 1 OOt ettron SOeonte VJr ttonnd and earrants BO eente per ponnd at Aahlm isroa Highest cssh price paid for new and aeoond-band furniture of all kinds. J. B. Staples, Pioche street, below tbe Postoffioe. ' ocl3-tf Call for transmagnificandubandanti alty at' Panaoa. Saloon, Lacour street one price! pne bitt QITY MEAT MARKET, Hala St. QCLVEKWE1X, Wat, BeilloavUla Stage, ate. CLARK D. O. A BBO., Wholesale and Betall Dealera to Groceries, Proriaiona and Uea eral Here bandies. Lower Mala atreet. COHM ADOLPH A BBO., Wholesale and Retail Dealan In Tobacoo aud Cigars, ataia street, opposiie Meadow Valley. DAVIS, I. T., Cornwall Bow, dealer la soda, mrseparilla and Cider. AILT ALT A CaLIFOBIOa-C. WlederboM. Aeent. JKaL DB. O. L., Pbraiclaa, FEL8F.NTHAL PH., Dealer Provisions, Clothing, etc. Stone Bulldlne. Main street. Pioche. YM HEN MANN 1. A CO., Important and Dealers A J la Hardware, crockery, Ulaaawara and Hdase-forniahinc Goods. Main street. i.U-LEtt A McALPIN, Cosmopolitan Saloon, ' Meadow Valley street, and City club Booma, sin atreet, wholesale and retail dealera la liquors. bakuek cnor HocaE, old poetomee vji Buuaing, AACjur at, I3reELd, PI ess, Coffee, Eto., , At the shortest notice. Astlaf action fusraateed with all article purciiaaed froaa na. OClft-U JUUS U.fUSTBAS, la Groeerlae, GIBBON PB., I. B. More, JB.. Saoramento. G. H. Fish, Pioche. MOTT, FISH & CO., Meadow Va-lleey St. PIOCHE NEVADA, IMFOHTBRS . And Dealers io hardware:, MILL AND MINING SUPPLIES. Blacksmith's Hardwares Iron and Steels STOVES ,jgj And. Tin ware. Ie4-tf Gibbon's Diapenaarr. U Heeruy street, aaa Fraartee HUGH WHITE'S Halt Lake Dairy Rtaaa Line Ottlca at Wells, Far go k Co a GIBFRTED k BRISACHER, Ran Francisco hestaurant and Bakery, Meadow Valley iraa. opposite tMxier BiaDiea TJ08MEB, J., Produce and Commission store. 11 atainet. TTALPHf J. t. CO,, Dealers In Hardware, 11 HAMILTON I., Wholesale and Betall Liquor Dealer. Main street. TTARENBERG DR O , Physician and Dursaon, XX Meadow Valley atreet. TACOB8 k SULTAN, Wholesale and Betall V Dealers m uenerai raercnanniew, aaain at. Y7-ITCHEN a CO., Proprietors Walker EooS XV ana curt atouse. Bait Lake, KASTEN V,, Meadow Valley Brewery, comer of Main and Meadow Valley streets. I EH MAN, a. riooeer elaDlee, ateeaow l Valley St. IfEbEg a BOWMAN, Mannfaetnrere and Im j porters of Havana Ciitars, corner of Sacra mento ana natter? streets. Ban rrsnciaoo. LIVINGSTON CO., Fine Brandies, wines aud Liquors, 230 and 2-J3 California street. San Francisco. T YKCH JOHN C, Wholesale and Retail XJ Llqnor Dealer, oor. Main and Lacour ste. MEADOW VALLEY HOTEL SALOON, Bulllonville. Ttf ARX F. I., Forwardlrg and CoantciesiOD 1VX Merchant, Toano (u. r. tt. u.) nevauA. Tt f ORTON BCHWE1QER, Boota and Shoes, 1U. Meadow Valley St. COTT, FIHH Jt CO , Importers and Dealers 1VX in Hardware, uiu ana suning uooaa, etc Meadow Valley atrket. NESBITT JAMES, Oommisslon Msrohant, Lower Main St. NEVADA MEAT MARKET, Main, opposite Laoour atreet. XT EVADA CENTRAL RAILWAY, ofnee Upper 1 Meadow Valley St. , NICHOLS DB.F. 0., Dentist, Main street. PEOPLE'S MARKET, Meadow Valley street, u lues k Montgomery proprietors. PANACA HALUUN, Lacour Btrees, newman a Mahlstedt proprietors. FlTZtK a uutuun, Attorneys at Law, Lacour street POND, REYNOLDS a CO., Importers and Jobbers of Wines and Liquors, ail Calitor nia street, San Francisco. PIOCHE DAILY HhCORD, Newspaper ana Job Printing Office. Lacour atreet, west end. Publication office. Main atreet, opposite Meadow Valley street. POUJADK, I . c., neaaow vauey street, just below Cedar, dealer in groceries and pro visions. PRITCHARD B REGULAR rKElUHT LlriK from Palisade to Pioche. Office Main street, below Lacour. F. C. Mlnabull Agent. UINLAN a DONAHUE, Pioche Bakery Meadow valley t. HOTELS k HESTATJ1A5T. NEVADA. San Francisco Restaurant BAK-lijIlT. MEADOW TaLLIT BTBEIT, OppoaiU Dexter BUbla. Gibfrlad at Brteaelser, Praprtatora. Freeh Oraters la everr srvle. Open day end alsht for the eeeoBswdatJoa of thepablie. HUM BAFrDSQ HOUSES. WELLS. FARGO CO.'S PIOCHaX . . KKVADA. Granger Chop-House, aid Feetetnee BaudUl, Laeawrst. MBS. RICHARD , rroprletreaa. THIS POPULAB HOUSE Is now opened to the publie end will be kept as a arstiaas Chop-uouae. Meale at all Bewre mt the Dap ar Nlsrha. Meals cooked to order. Oysters In every style. Pioche Bakery QUILLEN 4a, DONAHOE, Praprletora. Dealers in Groceries, ' WISES AND IiaUOES, ' Meadow VaUop St. ST The highest price paid tor Utah Produce snl3-tf X39 jooaai ltaw Xrt.eoei'crecjl Oa Open Aceoont. or Certlaoatee of Deposit leaned, payable oa Demand. Billa of Exchange ........ Teleeraphio Transfers ....ow....; NEW YORK, ttAx MAxnro, UONTIIN. CHICAGO,! MT. LOIIH, And all tbe Pl lnrlpal Eastern Cltlee, and on any point ia Caaadav, Fichanae Drawn on London, Dublin, Pars, Berlin, and all the Principal Cities of Eorope. CURRENCY Bousht atid Sole. Bullion. X3ytiSjtAt, And Advances Made Thereon. Collections and Commissioni Of all klnde exeeated eronptly la all parts of sua initea staiee, auropa and the Canadas. J. LEVIN fc CO., BKALxaanr Imported and Domestio Cigars, TOBACCOS, STATIONERY, - SCHOOL BOOKS, And a Large Assortment of CONFECTIONERY, Mala Street. Ploene. jyi-" W. E. Wilson, at Folks & MoAlpin's saloon, keeps all the vapors Western and Eastern, including the pieture papers. He is also aeent tor soma very meritorious Eastern publications. Ton Grand Jury is still in session. Yesterday the County Clerk informed us that uo report so lar has been made. Bullion Shipment. Wslls, Fargo k Co. shipped yesterday bullion amounting to f. 1,398. In man you was looking for has jnst stepped into the Panaca aaloon to take a drink. One Price! Una Dill DrsTBior Codbt. The oase oi Lee vs. Clute was on trial yesterdsy. Pacifio Coast. Winnkmdoca, Nevsda, Deo. 11 This evening a man named Peter Biggs stabb ed a gambler known as Sleepy George Biggs came into tbe 1 Dorado aaloon somewhat nnder the influence, of liquor and was very abusive. Sleepy Georgi stepped up to, laid his hand on Biggs shoulder aud asked if the language was meant for him. RiBBS drew a dirk knife and stabbed George in the abdomen making a wound which, it is thought, will prove fatal. Biggs was arrested. Sam Fbanoisco, Deo. 13. on ftatur day night a fight ooourred on Mission street, in which a hostler named Burke was stabbed by M. A. UoLanghlin, in flictins a verv painful wound, Mo- Laueblin was arrested. W. F. Patchell, passing along 'Intra street, got into a difficulty with H. G, Wright. Wright shot Patchell in tne thigh. The wonnd Is not dangerous. Wright was arrested. About the 27th of November air. toi- omons, while riding with two ladies on the Cliff House road, was stopped by two masked highwaymen, and robbed of a watoh, etc., and made to leavethe bug gy, in which the robbers drove off. Sus picion has been directed to a man named Barlook, in the oity prison for robbing a woman two weeks ago, and Cornelius Dunn, alias Frank Connolly, in the county jail, for shooting a man ten days ago. Yesterday these two were placed among a half dozen others, when Mr. Solomons snd the ladiea identified them as the robbers. A oharge of highway robbery was preferred against both of them. Dunn Is a young man out an uiu offender. He was arrested two yesrs ago for a robbery on Mission street in connection with Huoa Kiiey. wnogot ten years in the penitentiary. Dunn was ahown olemenoy on account oi youth and on oondltion ba should go on board ship and leave tbe country. Bah Fbasoisoo, Deo. 14. The inquest . T ..... W.lWln. .nil nn tna ooaiee oi jjouu..- hie wife, whose tragio death last 1 ndsy has already been desoribed, held Satnr rla afternoon, the svidenoe aooorded .ith nnbliahed facts. The deed wss de- liharat.lv nlanoed and ooolly eieouUd, Watkins' desire to obtain a pistol, In Dissolution of Co-partnership, NOT1CB IB HEREBY OrVKS THAT THE nn.nartnsThin heretofore existing be. tween W. H. Crawford and Charlea Clark, in the general merchandise business, is dissolved by mutusl consent, Chas. Clark paying all debts due bv the firm, and all debts duo to the tlrm are to be paia to ana coueciea 03 vuss. wara. Pioche, jsov. .10, ion. . TT. H. CRAWFORD, CHAS. CLARK, no29-30d Corner Main and Dry Valley its COSMOPOLITAN RESTAURANT. MRS. CATHERINE WILLIAMS BEflPECT fully antmunoei to her frifoiU wd the public that iha has opened thb tbove Kaitftu- rant, opposite mow, man jo- naruwuro tore, on Meadow Valley itreot, where all the aeucactea oi the aeaaoa wm ue scpi. Board and Lodging $40 T PER MONTH. Board by th wwk, $ She solicit! tbe patron age of her friends and the public. oc44f In connection with the abort, we are now pared to do a regular Stock Brokerage Bnrtaste, euawiu stoo; BEIiXj EAILE0AD8, nuion Paolflo Railroad THtr TABU. TTHTTX, IWIBKB MOTICX. TbaIXS WIV U tears aod arrlr. at Ofdao daily, as followi Lsave. Dally express, la) a as.i sailed f JO s. at.) freight, UM a. as. AamrvE. ually exprere, SOD p. SV astaaa, . as.; traUrht. S:10 a at. Dally eoaneetione aiade el Ogdea with a Utah Central Railroad from bait lake City ail points in Koetben Utah. At Bryan, wits atasee tor tneneeelsatertnla, . At Cbereana. with Dansae Paelna audlaoaaL for Denver, Central City, Georgetown end aU . pomia IB Colorado ana new Atexjco. At Omaha, with Chlcaso and Morthweetera; Cbleaeo, hock laland and Pacific; Bnrliaftoa and Hissoort RlTer; Iinaaa Clty.M. Jos and Conacil Biuret Rallroada, and atlsaoerl rlrar line of atssaisra. fur all points east aad south. Tickets for aala to all aouata east at oaVa ml Wella. ranto A Co., last Temple street, aed at the office of the Utah Central Railroad, la Salt Lake City: also at tbe Colon P seine Railroad ticket eats, in Ogdea, at which ofdee Berths eat aleeping-cars cab be secured. Arrangements have been aude whereby pas. aenaera dealring to visit Denver, oa thai way Rest, eaa avail themselves of en eaenratoa fate from Cheyenne to Denver, aad satnra. aft email reduced rataa. ror particulars snd all tnieraanoa te isfara 'passage, apply at the tic AM oBtose. Pssaeugera suoutd be oarafnl Is serare their pasaags tickete to all eastern and eoathera points via unites, end thoa avail themselvee off a throngh aleeplngcar, ocaulortabls aoooanaaoda (ions and quick time. t THUS. I.. aUBIrlALL, 1 . General Ticket Agent. ' T. I. 8ICKLM, sn3s.tf Chief Rnginesr and Bnperintondant. Utah Central Railrtwd. , TIME TABLE. , rrrRAINS I.EAVS SALT LAK1 CTTT BATLT 1 at 30 a. as and p.m. Arrive at Of. den at 7 Al a, m. and 60 p. m. irauu win leave ugaen aauy atBstoa. sa. aaa 1 .30 p.m. Arrive at salt Lake City at 10 Mm. as. ana su p. m. Mlxa4 Tratata wm ran daily, Bandera eiraptaS. Vaaviaa BsM Lake City at e a. m. aad Sa p. aa, eaa OtOea sis ai. aou axai a. aa. Utah Southern Railxotid. TRAINS LEAVE TBI UTAH CZKTRAL Depot, aalt Lake City, at 7 A m. and 240 o'clock p. to. a , . . .n flMU tfW.M,.wuua Strictly on Commissions j canyon;, at sjo Am. and saop.pt. i Arrive at Lelii at a.m. and S JO p.m. Leave Leal at JO m. m. end i p. sa. oanoy, , st lOiftO A m. and S:10 p. m. Arrive ai Bait Lake city at 11 an a. as. ana , m. aletJtf Paid and Olrldeads Assessments Collected. Advaaeee Made en sjtoeka, J. M. SEIBERT, mr36-tf Agent. THE STATE BANK OF NEVADA, LEGAL. l0t-DER JOHN, Dealear In Oroceriee, Pro 111 Tlflions and General Merchandise, Stone fctore, Lacour street. STEIN, CHAS. CO,, Storage ana oommiwos Bouse. Wins and Liquors, Lower llain street. SCHUSTRICH ft KLEIN E, Philadelphia Brewery, Main street 00TT BU8SELL, I Palace Olnb Rooms, Main street t-HF.RWOOD k BUO.. Dealers In Lumber. k Main street. sClTATI BANK OF KEVVDA. I Main street. STKrnENB el, D.t aCasmonaoie iHHiuuaaer, M1n street. lUUHfaUlv oTttAUUUi, wnoieaaie jjeaienin Wines. Llauor and Claars, Lacour street. IRA Via k CO , Pioche and Hamilton Btags Line; Frank C. MinnbuU, at Wells, Fargo k Co's, Aaent. WHIAM, FAROO it uo., Kxcnange, Baauag and Rxnreas Oompauy. Main street. AirKSOOATT N., Patents for Uinerel Land!, T Meadow Valley street. -VVriKDKRHOLD O.. YY Pioneer Kewi Depot, Ualn street SherilTs Sale. BY VIRTCE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED out of the District Court of the Beventh Judicial District, in and for the county of Lin coln, Bute of Nevada, and to me directed aud delivered, for a Judgment render-! In eald Court on the 28th day of September. A. D. 174, In favor of Jowph Gerreiii, Nicholas Gerreue and GcorRe Bennett, and againrt the Buhn k Hunt Bilver nimng tjompany, ior huhi wi four hundred and sixty gold coin dollars dam ages, with lntere-t thereon from tteptemoer jus, 1874, at the rate of 10 per cent, per annum, to gether with ninety throe R6-100 dollars tax coftta, and all accruing coats, I have levied on the fol lowing property, to wit: t v. (sr. in. iiinvii u the Huhn k Hunt mine. erit.ia.ts. ivitio ntH, hsMiis In the Klv Milling Dis trict, State and county aforesaid, together with the building, engine, shafting puuejs, rage car, ahtait. and timber In said shaft, with all the ap purtenances thereunto belonging or in svny wise appertaining. notice is nereoy given fcu. uu Thursday, the 5th Hut of November, At aV. 1B. Between the hours of 9 a. m. snd B p. m. (vii.. .t 11 nvinr- m i I will sell all the riBht.title and Interest of said defendants in ana to tne aoove described property, at the County Court-bonne door, in fiocne, ooumy, aiurvtwu, mt, puunv Copartnership Notice. MR. T. sT. KkAuRE HAH THIS DAY BtJSH admitted a partner In our firm. Pioche, September 1, 1874. rtn.tnmra fnrmerlv anntilled with J astern v-rM .nit afftasxtnes at Mr.Krause's old sund. 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They were impressed with the properties of HERBAL PREPARATIONS, And fonnd drnamio and psvcholoclo force Uk the extract of certain plants. v m jc se" jzl. imc Is flue to the researches of ft learned scholar of Europe among the arohiYesof the Rosicracisns. It U made of TWENTY DIFFERENT HERBS. Gathered at suoh seasons of the year when their Juices are strongest and virtues unimpaired. lorminR oomoinaiion uunvaiieu id kuq bish ria medic. PIPIFAX Is an enemy to alt corruption it assists and fortifies Nature. Its manner of operation Is to Drive to the Extreme Parts And through the pores of the skin and aU emunctor.es of the body, the bad humors which molest It, giving relief even in diseases the most refractory and difficult to cure, such as Meuraleia. Dyspepsia. Constipation, Sick Head ache, Nervous Weakness and Bllliouaness. It is pleasant to the taste, mild in its action, marvel ous in He effects and unsurpassed as a tonic Used as a beverage in malarious districts tt neu tralises miasma and prevents fevet end ague. Sold by all Druggists, Grocers and Llqnor dealera. Depot 409 Front street. Ban Francisco, mu aw to the bidder, to satisfy aaid exe cution and all costs. w. . THAvia, snenn. By J. K. Hoao, Deputy Sheriff. Pioche, 8ev., October 14, 1874. oclMd The above sale is hereby postponed nntil Tuesday, the 10th Amy of November, A. D. 1874, by order of pUitiflV attorney. W. 8. TRAVIS, Sheriff. By J R Hoao, Deputy. J. 0. Fostu, Atty for PIITb. n6-td ti .w.wa is herebv nostponed until Monday, November lfiih, A. D. 1S74, at tne same nour ana piavv, wun v ,aMU. attorney. w. B. TRAVIS, Sheriff.' By 3. R. Hoao. Deputy. J. 0. Foena, Atty lorPlffs, LATDLAWtCO.,Agentaof the Bank I VT7 of California J Hew York BANK OP CALIFORNIA, and) i. H. LATHAM k CO., Stock j Ban Francisco Brokers ) jal.tf. ). W. WRIQHT, Bank Manager. nol3-td PIONEER Sale and Livery Stables COOK k CO. ABE AGAIN AT THEmaa, old stand on MEADOW VALLEYfaw STREET, and wonld anoat respectfully Aral inform their old friends end the public vl li that they Intend to keep First-class Turn-outs --, suoa as Buggies and , Saddle Hones. BTOO XleBaandS'bl Tea: And satlafsettaa fnsrsoleea in svary Instance, suli-af 4 OOOEfcOO. Sheriff's Sale. BY VIRTTJE OF AN EXECUTION ISSCED out of the District Court in and for the county oi Lincoln, Btaw, w directed and delivered, for ajnd(rment rendered in aaid Court on the twenty-nintn dsy of Sep tember, A. D. 187. In favor of A. Brown and aealnat Owen Hoey and M. O. Nlion, for the sum of four thousand and siity three M(K) dollars, gold coin, debt, toRether with one hun dred and twenty-three 75-100 aold coin dollars, tsz ooets, snd all accruing costs and interest, I have levied on the following property, to wit: All the right, title and interest tha. Owen Hoey and M. O. Nixon, said defendants, hsve or thst either of them hsd on the Mth dsy of Au gust, 1874, or at any time since, in thst certain in the town or riocne, iinvoiu o.uu.j, ..taathftr with the hereditaments snd appurte'nancea thereunto appertaining or be. longing, anown aa vim miwu uvtu, mj - a Hoey as a llquer asioon. Notice la hereby given tnsi on Friday, the aid " or ueiooer, Between the hours of a. m. and p, m. vi : at u o'olock m.,) I will ell all the Hght. title and Interest of ssid Owen Hoey snd n aithpr of them. In and to the above described property, at the Court-house door, Lacour si reet. Plocbe, at Public Auction, for cash in nsna, to tne dikiiuhi am, to satisfy arid.. utu and .11, cpjts By 1. B. Hoao, Deputy Sheriff. ' oS-td FOR PANAMINT 16 Passengers WANTED FOB F AXT AMI1TT ! 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Annual subscription price, 111, always In ad- Wrlte the address on letters to ths New York Hersld in a bold and legible hand, and give the name of each subscriber, of Postofflce, county and State so plainly that no errors in mailing papers will be liable to occur. aula ALL KINDS OP SEWING MACHINES FOR noM-tf BY FRANK C. MINSHUIA, Prttchard'e Office, NATHAN MAYER, WITH Knllman & Aimer, raTFOBTKBS AHD DBALSBB Dt . Clsevra Tobaooo Nos. aot and 808 Sacramento Street, Near Front,... ocn-tf . .San Francisco. Cal To Delinquent Tas Payors. THE DELINQUENT TAX LI8T FOR THE Fiscal Year ending December Slat, A. D. 1H7I, has been deposited with the District At and unless the deltnauent taxes therein specified are paid to the Treaaurar, aa ei-offlclo Tai Receiver, within twenty days from the date -r this notice, action will be commenced by the District Attornsy for the collection of said taxes snd costs. W. H. HENDERSON, County Auditor. Pioche, Nevada, November M, 167s. t .. 41.M - . ' t- , Billy, the Stage Boy! WILL REND TWO STAGES, HOLDING Sixteen Passengers, for Fanamint on the SIXTH DAY OF DE CEMBER, 1874. PASSAGE, $40.00! For particulars and Passage, apply to R. GILLESPIE, noSCtd At Wells, Fsrgo k Co's. NOTICE OF SALE 0F Heal Estate. TN THE DISTRICT COURT, 1 MINT SALOON, MAIN BTSEET. -PIOCHE. AS BEEN SPLENDIDLY REFITTED AND reopened by tne new nrm oi 60LAND & STE1NBACH. The proprietors take pleasure In inform (dr their old patrons and new ones that they will keep the very finest WIKS, LIQUORS, AND CIQAB8 In the city. . , There is also CInb and Card Rooms cowvected with the above establishment. d5tf SherilTs Sale. TY VIRTTJE OF AN EXKUUTIUA inBU r-u r Ant nf thA DiRtrict Court In and for the county of Lincoln, Btate of Nevada, and to me directed and delivered, forajndnment rendered in said Court, on tne na aay oi spm, i. u. In favor of J.W. Wriht, and against the Cam. line Mining Company, for the sum of fouT hun dred and seventv-nve 45 100 dollars, debt, to gether with PA 16 gold coin dollars, tax coats, and all accnilrg costs and interest, I have levied on .he following property, w vi All the machinery and hoist in works, mma-I- .,ri eiiir-itrtrri.rnve. thereunto spnertatntng of the ssld company, situated In the Ely Mining District. Lincoln couniy, wevioi. Notice is nereoy given nn au , Wednesday, the 11th rtar or novem ber, A. D. 1874. At 12 o'olock m., I will sell all the right, title and interest of said defendant In and to the -hove described property, at the Court-house door, in Pioche, Nev.,at public auction, for cash in hand, to the highest and best bidder, to set- isfy eeid execution ana an oobib. By J. B. Hoao, Deputy Sheriff. October 30, 1874. . ocai-td OF THE SEV ENTH Judicial District, County of Lincoln, btate of Nevada, In the matter of the estate of John H. Lynch, deceased. Notice Is hereby given, that, in pursuance of sn order of the District Court of the Seventh Judicial District, of the County of Lincoln, 8tate of Nt-vada, made on the 2Hth Apy of No vember. A D. 1874, in the matter of the estate of John H. Lynch, deceased, the nndersigned, the Administratrix, will sell at public auction, to tbe highest bidder, for rash, united States gold coin, and subject to confirmation by eald Dis trict Court, on Wednesday, the 3dday of December, A. D. 1874. at 1 o'clock p. m., at the Court House door, in the County of Lincoln, all the rtght, title, interest, and estste of tbe said John H Ltncb at the time of his death, and all the right, title, and interest that the said estate has, by operation of law or otherwise, acquired other than, or In addition to. that of the said John H. Lynch at the time of his death. In and to all that eertain lot, piece, or parrel of land situate, lying and being In the aaid County of Lincoln, State of Nevada, and bounded ana described as fol. nvi. to wit: Lot on weatAriv aide ox neaaow Valley street, adjoining the livery etable of George C. Johnston, and between eald stable and tbe saloon building and premises occupied by Fierson ana uanner. Tne asm i". ana prem ises to bf sold be ins known as the Meadow Val ley Chop House building and Pmtses. . . . .... . . : rT , IfUC U SSAAUAIV1!.! '-"-" i Administratrix. 1 By Bnaor Sabi, dj-td Attorneys. Holiday Presents. RECEIVED ON COMMISSION AW FOB Sale at H. Ward's Store, on Bain Street, the Unest assortment of Silver Plated Ware and Fancy Goods oyer Imported Into Plocbe, eon. slstlug of Tea Seta, Water Pitchers, Goblets, Castors, Children's Seta, ao. Alao, Watcbea, Chalne, Stnda, Sleeve Buttons, ko ko all of wblch will be sold at reasonable rates. "-1B NOTICE mn a n nartNca and bobekt reily I owners In tbe Bilnrian Mine, Highland District: Tbat If tbey do not appear within ninety daya and pay tbeir proportion of the ex- ' lslm forfeiture of their interest according to ' JAMES MrOBEOOR, snlS-Wd IAS. O'BRIEN. LOST. Mm wrrwDSFti shares PIOCHE MTNTNO 11 Company's Btoeb, certificate No. SUM, In name of 1. Fisher, Trustee. All persons are cautioned againat purchasing nr negotiating for .-m. , hu ha. atonned. A liberal reward will V paid for the return of tbe stock to JAB. 8. SMITH CO., jt stooa Droaars. TO THE LADIES. TTAVINC! BOUGHT OOT MRS. WHY1AND, XI I am now prepared to ao any MILLINERY, Dress-making, or Stamp ing Work, In good style at tbe shortest notice, at tbe earns stand. Mala atreet, near Meadow Valley, nolO-tf ... MB8.J.fcCB0SSafAN. THE ORIGINAL ft! BOOT-MAKER. HAVING AGAIN COMMENCED BUSTJCESB at my old Stand, 1 beg leave to Inform tbe public that I am prepared to Make Boots to Order For all tboae wbo may favor ate with their patronage my prlcea ranging to suit the tuaea. . All those having deformed feet, from any causa, will and it to tbeir benent to cell on me and get aa Easy Fitting Boot, That they will have no trouble to wear, aa I make it a BPBOIAIjTT . In Fitting these kind. Old customers are respectfully Invited to return. Keroember tbe place oa Meadow Valler treat, avext Dear se T. C. Powjade'e drweerr "tere. Boot-maker. 3STOTIOE3. THIS IB TO NOTIFY AIX FEBBONB in debted to tbe lata arm of Clancy a MoOor mlek to settle their aceounta with the eald ana Immediately, and save costs. HlS.tf - J. O. u r? i .11; m Hi y; J : i ' II ?' ivu- M ; m 1 1 Hi' !'t: iijii.; ? .(M'.ll m A : :y .L:i. in::,' ("i'i ,4 f ';f! : t if .! IT! I m m I i DM 31 i i 4 f