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THE PIOCHE DAILY RECORD.
Tlll'HHDAY MARCH J, MS. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS AMD DEPARTURES AKItlVALH. HtOlt WHITE' SALT LAST. UKK: T Yuager Justice's Court. Tlie cxaminntion oi Gecrge UuJlfjr, ehugei with Aiding the escape of Vatnej Murloy No. 2, by farnisu.rjg the imple ments with which the latter ucoeeded in breaking jill, couiaieueed at 1 p. tn., yesterday. The prosecntion was coo duo ted by A. B. Hunt, and Jailgo Corson appeared for the defense. The first witness was J. K.Hentnan.wuo testified that be knew the defendant, and bad known him for the Inst five or sii yours. That be remembered that the ili-fendsut was confined iu the County Jail about the 2fith, '27th or iiHth of l)e-oumbi-r last. Haw Ike defcndunt at his (witness') place of business iinmedi utely after bis (defendant's) release from jail. Ha (defendant) came to witness' store one evening with what is called a compass saw. Defendant told wituem that he wanted to cut the handle off. Witness told him to help himself as he was acquainted in the sliop. lie took a cold chisel but oould not cut the saw with it. Witness took a large pair of shears and out it off for him. Asked him why be wanted to spoil a good saw. He told us that be wanted to una it where he oould not get on Tory well with the handle on. A saw was then produced in Conrt and shown witness who continued : That he oould not swear that the saw shown was wis same suw as u was in lue evening and took no pains to examine it. The ono cut by witness was similar to this one. In reply to the Court, the witness said by the appearance of the saw produced that it was cut by a pair of shears. The time in the evening when the convert tion testified to was bad win between G and seven o'clock. Described the cir oamatances of the transaction roferred to in the evidence of Julius Hoffman, on i lie same eveuing mat Alarley escaped That was about two weeks after the con verBation occurred between the defend ant and witness. Think the transaction between defendant and witness took place on ine evening mat ueienaant was releas ed from jail. Mr Dartner. F. Uandnrff. T.Flaoe and another whose name witneas had forgotten wero present during the conversation. rue conversation took place in toe ordinary tone of business There was no whisperine. The defend ant did not enjoin witness to secresy, that be (witness) knew of. T. Flagg testified that be was 41 years of sge, an engineer, and resided in Pioche. Knows defendant; heard of defendant's confinement in the County Jail, did not know it. Knows Eisen man's (the previous witness) plaoe of business; saw the defendant there after bis release from the County Jail. On the same night or night after, witness was in there quite a while before defend ant spoke to witness; as he passed out poke to him; asked him what be wanted to do with the saw in his hand. H. m me that he was going to nse it in a place where he could not nse the handle, or words to that effect. Witness was shown a saw which be count not reoogmze. Examination con tinned. Might call the saw a circular " ra"oV W"ah&"d,,ttWl"W !roldrs"eW Would judge the length to be about the same as the saw exhibited and of such a character and kind; might have heard a saw similar to the one carried by the oeienaam cauea a compass saw. There was a gentleman came to wit ness the same night, who seemed to know as mnon about the saw as be did don t know his name. He was one of Wells Fargo's agents; couldn't sny whether it was January or February. Mr. Eisenman was present' at the conversa tion had by witness with the defendant. The conversation between witness and defendant was public and made in ordin ary conversation in the store. The con versaliou was public not private. The testimony of J. It. Hoag and Sid ney Hallowell was read over. After some remarks from the counsel for the defense asking thnt the bail be plaoed At moderate figures. Justice Allen held the defendant to answer in the sum ot yiouu. Rubiikb Goods. The announcement will be found in our advortisino oolnm of Messrs. Weaver & Taylor, of Market street, Han Franoisao, agents for t Patent Carbolized Ilubber Hose Belli Packing and alt other kinds of rubber i .. nil.- i i i . kuuub. i uo uuae is acsnowieageri to be the beet that is now in rise. The Arm has already annnliprl n nnnnt;iH .i. . .1 -I -HUIIIJ IU lUr Fire Department of Pioche, and it gives iur milium siuisiAoiioo. Messrs. Weaver & Taylor are Also agents for the Hazard Powder Company, whose superior blast ing and sporting powders are so well known. Dktainkd. Ily telegrams received last night from Washburn's Station, it ap pears that tbe Hamilton stage en route for rioohe, is detained near that point by floods caused by the melting of snow on the mountains. The small streams in the vioinity are over their banks and the bridges are carried away. It is nuite uncertain when the stage will get board " n Plw"onKer " Tint Social lost evening was as usual quite successful. It was very largely at tended, and all present enjoyed them selves exceedingly. The parties given by this organization have been the means or affording much ploasura to all those who attended during the season, and have served to greatly enliven what would otherwise have been a du'l Winter. 1 Tnit Nevada Markot, uudor the snper vision of Mr. Lannan, continues to sup ply the very best meats-whether beef, mutton, pork or veal-that can be had and at the very lowest ratos. All kinds of sausage , head oheese. bolognas and smoked beef, homo-cured hams, sbould ders, baoon, etc, of tlio very best qual ity. always on hnnd. Itemembe? the place, Main street, opposito Laoour. Flat on his back in the rniddlo of the road on Laconr street was an individual who had undertaken too heavy . con tract in packing tarantula. With tbe very ten0derl5Z".," hy 1,8 wnB t 11 Zm&il i h. wn8 not 'hioned very slenderly, into a plft0o of safeiv where he may Dossil,!. " safety, remember bll lodging. We oconnoa t0 Launching Oux.-Yesterds, the In dians got together in a sunny nook on lower Main street and indulged in the fascinations of a little game of "draw " during whiohooin changed hands quite rapidly and not in insignificant amounts. The noble red men put the kale seed up with commendable spirit and won or lost with stoical composure. Extension. P. Cox, upon giving se curity was allowed nntil April 5th, to Say the fine imposed upon him the other 1 aoor, if any was needed, wen vmu terday afforded, that the services of an officer are sorely required to inspect the manner in which stove-pipe are fixed. Yesterday Afternoon, In a bouse on the lower cart of MoCatinon atriutt tl .ii.na of tbe sitting room was observed when in a blaze. At is luckily happened sev eral men were present who. boarded in the honae, a well directed bucket of wa soon settled the matter. On examination it was fonud that from some cause tbe joints of the Dice hod heaoma separated and allowed the sDarka to es cape, which falling on the cloth ceiling ni u on nre. it. was a narrow escape, and though from the boose being isolat ed it would not have endangered tbe town, yet tbe same thing might happen u iuo puruon woere it is tbickly built, and then there is no telling wbnt mischief would be done. DrSTif. Yesterday th wind was anile blusUry and the dust blew in clouds through tbe streets. Fob tub Bat. We see by the Eureka rk-ntinel Hint Col. Thornton has left that place lor Ban rancisco. BY TELEGRAPH! SPKCIAL TO 1HE riOOHS DA1LI BICOBD, BV WKHTKBS ONIOH LIMt. Eastern Dispatches. ' Aoousta, Ga., March 23. Tbs path of the recent tornado was from two to six hundred yards wide. It was cylindrical in shape and routed with fearful volocity from north to south. The front cloud was black as night and half a mile high Its rear was illuminstod by a bright light, and it traveled due east, veering a little to the north. After the devast (ion oi uamack the tornado seems to have divided, one portion going east by north, and the other crossing tbe Uavsn' nab river abovo and below Augusta, both proving equally destructive, laying waste and destroying everything in their track Trees were broken like weeds, and some carried three-quarters of a mile. The tornado was preceded by a dull roaring, as if heavy artillery was being fired in the distance. It spent its greatest fury in about three minutes. An eye-witness says tbe senses were utterly deafened and appalled. There was a crash and roar and a mingling of hundreds of terri fic and unearthly sounds. There is an extensive devastated district embracing eight counties in Georgia and two or three in South Carolina. The destruo tion of property is immense, and the list of maimed and wounded is appalling Chicaoo, Mar. 24. A large meeting of prominent Irish citizens was held here last evening for the purpose of making arrangements for a demonstration in honor of the late John Mitcbel. Similar meetings are reported to have been held in Memphis, St. Louis, Louisville, and various smaller cities throughout the West and South. Nkw Yobk, Mar. 24. In the Beecher trial to-day the cross examination of Bessie Turner was continued. When story about Beecher and his wife, they remained until nearly d irk. Counsel at tempted vainly to iuduce her to fix the number of hours they were upstairs. She could only reply two or three hours, She continued: He did not tell her that Mrs. Tilton had confessed to him her adultery with Beecher. If she said so before the committee, she must have got an idea from reading the papers and must have been mistaken. She had talked about the case since yesterday, but no person suggested to her how to ex plain her misstatement to the committee, She bad talked with Mrs. Ovington, Mr. Shearman, Mrs. Shearman and Mrs, Tilton about it. She was stopping with Mrs. Orington now. When Tiltou caoie to Mrs. Morso's for Mrs. Tilton, witness was on the stairs aud siw him kueeling ou one knee with the other one raised. If she were a mau sho could show them bis position. She could not distinguish any words he said aha might have heard had he spoken louJer. Wit ness was ashed if she told the oomtnittee that Tiltou when kneeling to his wife, vowed that ha loved her aud asked her to oome back to his home. She replied tuat sue migut bave.lmt did not remem ber. She talked so fast before the com mittee that she got things mixed up. She could not tell from memory all sbe said to them; she could ouly say she was try ing to tell the truth to them. Witness then repeated almost verbatum the whole story iu the direct examination of the .passage between grandma Morse and Tilton, their return home, Mrs. Tilton retiring, and the witness Betting up with Tilton and hearing a repitition of bis charges against his wife and Beecher. She remembered seeing Beecher in Mrs Tilton's room talking (to her; she was half reolined on the pillows; did not re member what was said. In January when sho went to school, Mrs. Tilton spoke to her about going. This was af rer me retractiou was signed. Tilton also told her that he nod Elizabeth were going to do something nice for hort thev were going to send her to Steubenville to ohool i he said be knew tbe principal of mesonooi. lha attention of the wit ness was drawn to her testimony on those points botore tho committee, and tbe reoord was read to her but sbe oould reoolleot nothing about it. She was questioned about Miss Vanos a schoolmato at Steubenville who told her onoo she was about to visit Brooklyn, said she (witnoss) might have told her she might visit her and Mrs. Tilton, they wero such nice people, Paoiflo Coast. HaXta Cruz, March 23 Yesterday af ternoon an aocideut oacurrcd at Davis Sc Cowell's lime kilns, resulting in the death of one mau and the wounding of another. They wore drilling for a blast, when the boulder of rock which they were standing under gave wny, orqshing and mangling one terribly, killing him instantly; the other sustained a severe, though not necessarily fatal, fracture of the skull and serious bruises on the body from falling pieces of rook. San FBANoisco,Msroh 24. The Paoiflo Mail Steamship Company's steamer China arrived from Hongkong this morn ing with 1,400 tons of merchandise and 1,002 passengers. By the arrival of the ateamer China e have advices from Yokohama to Feb. ruary 20th: The Japanese management of the postal communication with Amerioa gives much satisfaction, except in the matter of newspapers, prepayment of which is required at each end of tbe route. A request noes bv this mail to Washington for a remedy. An American named Pease is reported murdered, by bis companions, in the Bonin Islands. Pease is said to be but little better than a pirate. He is known to have been engaged in tbe slave trade, on a small scale, in the Eaatern Islands. The case is undergoing investigation by tbe United States Consul. The Japanese opposition to the Pacific Mail Line between Yokohama and other native ports and Shanghai, went into operation Februry 3d. Tbe Pacific Mail Company announced a sudden reduction of prices, averaging 60 per cent. The Japanese Company then announeed prices 30 per oent. less than the Pacific Mall bad offered. Tho latter can not successfully compete as the Government is pledged to support the new line. Pro posals have been made for the sale of all the Pacific Mail ships of the Shanghai branch and the transfer of business. Tbe offer is not likely to be accepted as tbe Japanese Company are alread well sup plied. Colosa, March 23. The surveying party of the Chico Sc Colusa B. B.-Co., returned this evening, and report a nat- i , -, , mai Knuo wunout ine necessity of a bridge or filling, on an air line. The road from Chico to Colusa is a distance of 35 miles over level, rich agri cultural country. No doubt the road will be built in time to transport the fall crop. Colusa and Chico men say that toe stock will be taken by th local cani, talists. The farmers and land owners along the route will take stock to the ex tent of their means. Balem, Oo., March 23.-A little daughter of Mrs. Gish, was burned to deoth last night by her clothes taking nre. Salt Lake, March 23. This evening tbe jury brought in a verdict of not guil ty, in the case of Thos. E. Bicks, indict ed October last, for the mcrder of David S. Keene in I860. He is the ssme man who was recently indicted for polygamy. San Fbiscisco, March 24. A fire oc curred in the Alhsmbra Theatre yester day morning, causing damage to the building and tbe stock in stores connect ed to the amount of about $25,000, Papers hero to-morrow will contain a letter from General Brisbin to the Grang ers of California, and a reply from J. M Gardiner, the State Agent, regarding the Kansas and Nebraska sufferers. A cir cular was issued to-day from the head' quarters of the State Grange, calling on tbe Granges thronghout tbe State to load with seed at as many points as pos' SfOVfaJinfrJ1 to-.-lsT-frobdaTl'A'Co grant free transportation for the seeds so contributed. Josiah Earl, Immigration Mate Agent of California publishes let ters showing a terrible state of destitu tion among tbe Kansas farmers and beg' giog for seed. Foreign Newa. London, Mar. 24. It is estimated that over one hundred thousand people at tended the funeral of John Mitchel st Newry yesterday. A special to the News from St. Peters burg reports that Gen. Kanffin&nn has lost the faver of the Czar in consequence of Schuyler's report concerning Affairs iu Tnrkistan, and that Rnssia bas rejected the General's plan ot reorganization in Central Asia. Bbussils, March 21. An explosion in the the coal mine near Charleroi to-day Killed and wounded no ruber of people Thb Npiibib or the Called Bonds Tbe following is Secretary Bristow's call for bonds in detail. They are nnder the sot of February 25, 1863. The coupon bonds are of the fourth series : CouDon wuuo, s-iw, xvu. 1U.UU1 lo no. 15,400, uoiu inclusive j ?iuu, no. 27,501 to No. 40,000, both inclusive : 8500. sn 13.601, to No. 20,000. both inclusive 1 niul V on lull - - . . ... . 1 F,vw, iw, DU.UUi to mo. OB.UUU, DOth iuolusive. Total, $24,063,750. Reeis tered bonds. $50. No. 2.001 tn Kn a t o both tnolusive ; 100, No. 15,551 to' No 111 "711 .U 1 i -- . V '" luciunve ; rajj, Wo. 0,651 to No. 9,154, both inclusivs : $1,000. No 35,701 to No. 88,073, both inclusive' in,, n,wi to no, t j.aau, both inolusive ; $10,000, No. 15.501 to No 19.d41, both inclusive. Total, $5,936,- j. umuu total, JU,uoo,U00. The call matures three months from the 11th inst., when the interest will oeass. The bonds will be paid on pre sentation at any time previous to the ma turity ot tbe call, either at the Treasury " i wj mo Assistant xreas- urer at New York, with interest up to the date of psymeut, It is now ascer tained that the Secretary baa all along considered himself without discretion in tbe matter and bound by law to call bonds in tbs order of their issue. The sot of March 3, 1875, which authorizes tnis call, provides that it shall be made in compliancj with section 3,697 of tbe uevised statutes, and that seotion ex pressly directs that the bonds shall be (tailed iu the order of their number nnd issue. Too Mian to Tbkat. Some of our newspaper ootemporaries are assiduously advocating the formation of an "auti treating society." These miserable dys peptics got too mesa to "treat" some time ago, and now they are getting mad and envious because their friends begin to "drop on them" and don't ask them np to "take something" any mors. Each one of these measly-laced chaps carries a bottle of cheap whisky in bis pooket. and goes behind woodpiles or into dark alleys when they want a nice sociable drink all to themselves. They never say "here's luok" till they get the cork in and the bottle safely pocketed without having been seen or intruded upon. When two of these thirsty misantropes accidentally happen to meet on snob occasions, they eye each other suspiciously, drink with a fierce jerk, and separate scowliuRly . They are too mean to even exchange bottles.-G. H. News. Dr. Holland gives some interesting re sults of the woman Suffrage experiment in Wyoming. He has been informed that the women who have decent hus bands generally vote as their husbands do; and the votes of respectable women independently oast are balanced by those of th disreputable class. Yotrxo Men's Social. The ncx' party of the Yonng Men's Social Club will take place at Brown's Halt, on Wednes day evening, March tbj 24tb. The Grand March will commence at 8:30 precisely. . Invited guests will please take notice. J. T. DOWLING, President. T. U. Qoillen, Secretary. Full stock of Giant Powder on band. Car load of powder iu iron kegs. Bub ber belling all sizes for sale at lowest rates. F. W. Clcte. tf Meadew Valley street. 'I I saw Esaa treating Kate, In fact we all three saw : I saw Esau, be saw Kate, And sbe saw X saw Esan." At Psnsca Saloon, Lacour street. One price I One bit ! I tf Lost. A gold bair ornament in the shape of small sword. Any one re turning tbe same to tbo Uecobd office, Lacour street, will be suitably rewarded. marltt-tf Fob Waixapai. Two Stages and Fast Freight Wagons will start in a few days for Wsllapai, Arizona Territory. For passage and freight apply to lw Biixt the Staoe Box, Go to F. W. Clute for your groceries and hardware. It is the cheapest plaoe in Pioche. (. Go to T. C. Pocade's, MeAdow Valley street, and buy your groceries cheap for cash. Yon will make money bv it. tf Fbesb California Boll Butter at T. C. Poujade's, Meadow Valley street. tf Go to Axexavdeb's, Main street, op posite Lacour, for your drngs. my2tf The Best M. k M. Tea can be had of F. W. Clute for 75 ets. a nonnd. if Fbesb Eoos at F. W. Clute's for 25 cents per dozen. 'tf. JOS. M. COSCHI2TA, IMPORTER AND DEALER. IX Groceries, Provisions, Fruit, Candy, Poultry, Game, CICARS, TOBACCO, &c. Main Street, One Door from Meadew Vllj-. EIV,i,5,:,7ra PK0M CALIFORNIA BANCH. Received ever other div tT Ei. rea the best Fralta. Batter, Llmea, Veg-t. lee and Orange that the Clunm,. v.-w., produces, and will 811 Lower than anv a I. v Vml. b . ... ' mr2J-tf NOTICE. "V"OTICE 19 HEREBY GIVEN THAT I HAVE received a patent from the United Sutet Ipr the Tiwa Site mt Pioche, in Lincoln County, Bute of Nevada, in trail for the occn. penta of laid Town Site; that aud patent bean date ot the second day of March. A. D. 1875, and wa delivered tome on the 16tn day of March, A. D. 1875; that the laodi tor which laid Patent waa lamed an described it follow., to wit: 1 he northeast quarter and the southeast qnar '7 and the eat half of tbe aouthweit quarter of jection twenty-two in Townahip One, north of Range 8iityven eaet, in the Durrict of Land, subject to ale at Pioche, Nevada, con- Lnd TJmce. And that on and after the 20th 1 of March. A. D. 187s, I will be prepared to. and will nuke and eieeute deeds to the occn. pant, of i.ld Town Site when proper applica tion. are made therefor. mMw MORTIMER FULLER. THOMPSON & GUM SUCCESSORS TO A. C CORDON. IMPORTERS AST) WHOLESALE DIALERS IN Wines Liquors tic Cigars Fire-Proof Building, La cour street, B ETWEES THE POSTOFFICE AND JrSTICE'S OFFICE, PIOCHE NEVADA. Goods Takenjn Storage. " .im THE ABOVE A Sample Room U attached, where nothln hnt "ta 'l stock will be diipknMd! G. R. ALEXANDER, Druggist and Apothecary, JMTOSJSTAXTLT OS HAND A LARGE Pure Drugs, Medicines Chemicals, Perfumery, Soaps, ....airo. Toilet AU -A.X-tiol LOWEST POSSIBLE PEIOE. Main St., pioche, opposite Idioonr St, my3-tf WANTED ! TWE2TT? WOODCHOPPEES. Apply to aEO."c. J0HN8T0X, Dexter Stsbles, Meadow Valley treet. HO-tf THE TAX PROCEEDS of the IIS Quarter Beginning Oct. 1, 1874, and Ending Deo. 81, 1874. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Taiea on the Proceeds of tha Win. . ,. quarter ending Deo. 31, 1874, are now due and payable at the office of the Assessor at the Court-house. 1 The law in reitard to their collection will be trictly enforced. r-iiw b. F. DAYTON, Assessor. Dissolution of Co-partnership. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Tnu ccpartnenliip heretofore eslJting nndto the Arm name of Behr k OoedicE ' thl. Td.i dissolved by mutual amrnvTcbii. ftoedicl. paying all lndebtednea. of the nrmTsndtll ac counts due to them are to be paid toTand VJ.1 CHAS. TON BEHR. Pioche, Feb. 18, 1873. tlO-lni CAUTION. THIS 18 TO NOTIFY ALL PERSONS THAT WO ONE ll authorised to sell my nroo erty. situated on Meadow Valley street. eJloiE Ing T. O. Ponjade'a etore, in Pioche. Nevada during my absence from town. I alone ham the right to sell and give deed to anch nrooertv mrai-lm vr.T vv u.1' MAUfli HOTELS k EESTAPBAST. NEW YORK BAKERY AND dRESTAURAAT LACOIT. STREET, PIOCHE. HE EMM H0E8T, Proprietor. PlilVATE ROOMS ELEGANTLY AND NEW. I.Y flirntti fieri fAItlnH ii.it a . Wedding Parties. nr"' a Meals 'at All Hoars. OPEN DAT AV'n vinni" - datlon of the Public. dM-S San Francisco Restaurant MEADOW VALLEY STREET. Y STREET, Stable. Vy Opposite Dexter uiorriaa Brloaehar. Pronrlaton. fresh Oyster, In avafv .t.i. Ouen dsv And nlvM fa th. -i-.i . Pioche Bakero QUILLEN k. DONAHOE, Proprietor. Dealers in Groceries, WIUES AHD LIQT70BS, Meadow Valley St. T The highest price pild for Cth Produce sull-tf Granger Chop-House, xacoar n., w Fostomea BaUdlng, NEWTON BICHA.RDB, rrupneiur. THIS POPULAB - HOUSE " U now opened to the pnblie and will be kept as a nnt-claaa Chos-Honto. Meals at all Hoars of tbe Day or Night. Heals cooked to order. Oysters In erarT style. JOCKEY (M HOTEL, FOUR-MI I.HJ WBLXjS. gTOCK WATERED HAY AND DRAIN FOB THE SAME. Board and Lodging. FINE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIOABS. oeS-toclO IWOrLD RESPECTfCLLY INFORM MY friend in Eureka and Ruby Hill, and the public in general, that I have leased the Parker House Restaurant, EUREKA, NEVADA, And hare opened the ume u t First-Class Eating House, Hoping to receive a share of patronage, and aMuring my frienAi and the public that I will -ii m uij power to pieaee. r28-lru MBS. JOHN A. MOCH -roiAiucEriur. HOUSC. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. THE ONLY First-Glass HOT IS L -IN- Salt Lake City. rTHE KTTCHFN AND DISTSO ROOM TJN- der the luperviaion of exserienced h.nrt. The table is aupplied with the beat in the ?"'e"' "4 "nd to no other place on the The bed rooms are larse. airy. well furnished u "Abe ,Jf Hotel ire Bath Rooms, well f" ii " uu, auu coia water. gjeau7 coaTenience for ""e benefit of travelin No expense wfll be ipared to comfortable. make guests Connected with tho House is Sam'l T. H.tli TtTf Z TnrcPrie,0f of Planter! and Lindell Hi. , ," Martin, form, erly of Railroad House, Cheyenne. a ur, ? ec.,M wh the House, at Black " - weoiy mues irom the city, a Summer Resort aa a bathing place. Travelers from East or West, call and judge for yourselves, and you will be satisfied. fS-td NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE. Administrator's Sale of Real Estate, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT IN pursuance of an order of the District i7 n...e T!" Judicial Diatrict ?' ne State of Nevada, in and for the County of Lincoln, made on the First dav of March. A. D. 1875. in the ni.lt.. .-.-.1 usciasea, ine undersigned, the administrator of tbe said estate, will sell at r.i. , ti i j .,:" vi ms nignest Didder, for cash, gold coin of the United States of America, and subject to confirmation by said District Conrt, Thnrada; ty, the Fifteenth D, 1875. day of April, A. At one o'clock p. m., at the front door of the Court-house. In Plorha. 1 .if V.SS mLS?4, Ui,e' nt"t.nd estate of the said Edward Donahue, at the lime of his death, and all the right, title and interest that the said estate has by operation of law or other. Wise aCOUired. Other than n. In .Jin . of the said Edward Donahue at the time of his aeatn. iu ana to an those certain lots, pieces or parcels of land, situate, lying, and belns in tha said Town of Pioche. Lincoln County, and State of Nevada, snd bounded and described as fol lows, to wit: One-half interest, undivided, in that certain !?'.Jnd J,""nls occupied aa a atom house by Q"?i"5 k i"""'. te time of the death of said Edward Donahue, deceased, sltuatnd on the southerly Bide of Mesdow Valley street, In the Town. Oountv and State aforeaaii. and described on the official map of said Town of Pioche, aa tnw (asT P) . Block Number Twin- Also, an undivided one-half Interest tn a tract or parcel of lend situated on Lacour street, in Pioche. Lincoln County, State of Nevada, and standing in the name of Steele and Donshue Also, an undivided one-half interest In the land and premises and Stone Quarry, situated on Panaca Fiat, In Pioche, Lincoln County, Bute of Nevada, and known aa the Steele s Donahue Stone Quarry. Terms and conditions of tale: cash, gold coin of the United States; deed to be at the expense of the purchaser; deed to be delivered oncon firmatton of the sale by said District Court. , , ii, . . unM DONAHUE. Administrator of the estate nf r.i.. r. hue, deceased. "v" riocne, Mevada. March loth, A. D. 1875 By Bisaor A Sanm, Attorneys for Ad'mtnis. '' mrll-td NOTICE. "lETE, THE UNDERSIGNED, HEREBY nrVE T T notice that the co-partnership heretofore existing nnder tbe firm name of wills At Wil Anhlii" thi" d.y dlMolTed y mutual consent. .. . w "-i" i'i w iw paia to Thorn, u Williama and all liabilities of said firm set tled by Thomas Williams. i-iocne, January 16th, 1875. , ,. M M. L. WILLS, lalS.SOd THOB. WILLIAMS. HARDWARE. mm mum -AND- DEALERS HARDWARE, MILL GOODS. 1 TVTTXTXri JClOOOft. Anvils, Bellows. Vises; RUBBER BELTING, RUBBER HOSE. RUBBER .PACKING AMERICAN BAR IROatT, NORWAY IRON, ENGLISH CASTSTEEL, NUTS, &c, &c. Keep Constantly on Hand a Full As sortment of Goods Adapted to the Wants of a Min ing Community. STONE BUILDING, WEST S1DB MAIN STREET, pioche, NEVa HISCELLAHEOUS. NEWARK MILL H SOW PREPARED TO Work All Custom Ore fpHAT MAY BE OFFERED. A. T. W. CLUTE, Superintendent. rt-tf TEACBEfi OF Vocal and Instrumental MUSIO. BOOMS AT THE SANiOSE HOUSE, PIOCHE. Pirtlcolar attention siren to the CnltiTatlon of the Voice. Harmony and Thorough Base. Tenne,$ia per month. Eitra charge for sir. Ins pupili leMOna at their Residences. Will also use a few pupila on the Conferral ry Plan, with from three to four in a la Terma. IS per month each, in advance. (18.1m J. EISENMAM & CO., MAIH PIOCHK...., STREET, NEVADA, IMPORTERS A..KX9 DEALERS IN STOVES, CROCKERY, 6UA88. W RE, and HOtSE FIRN ISH1NG GOODS. Maniifactltrere of Copper, Tin and Sheet-Iron Wan. Steam and Oas Eltteri. Plumbers, WE ABE NOW PREPARED TO CON tract for Air Pipe, Blowers, Furnace Pipe, Lift Pomps, Ac, ot any required use and weight. Alio Aeenta for tha GalfthntMt ftnMf'B p.tan Cook Btovas. aps-tf & Gem worth Mugl-A Kamod worth Ei:g! SAYE TOUR ETESI iA" V PmIah -nr.. C'.ltl "- "L. . 1 fHROWlWlI veor SPECTACLES, ll By reading oar Illae- f (rated PHY9IOLOOY 1 ASD ANATOMY ot the 1 R v w. a 1 a M T- T-l i. LW how to Reatore Impair- & v "iun ana uvtrworsta Buy ttm t uow to care Weak, Watery, Inllained.anil Rear8lghted Eyea, and aU other Dis eases of the Eyes. tr AST AO MOMS MOrfET BT ADJUSTING BUOE GLASSES ON YOUR HOSB AND DtS FIGURISO TOUR FACE. Pamphlet of 100 Cifiea Mailed Free. Send your address us alao. Agents Wanted, Cents er Ladles. Vi te (10 a day cnaranteed. roll partienlan sent free, nrite InimeJiately, 10 DR. J. BAIL 00., (P.O. Box 947.) Ho. 81 Liberty St., Hew York City, H. X, dl-tf ALL KINDS OF SEWING MACHINES -BY PRA.VK C. MINSHILL, Pritchard'i Office. NOTICE. TO A. H. EVANS, OWNER IN THE SILVER Chief Mine, Ely District, Lincoln County, Nevada. You are hereby notified that there Is due from you the sum of SH7.C0 on your inter, est in the above named mine, which you are hereby notified to pay Immediately, together with costs of this advertisement; otherwise I shall claim forfeiture of your Interest in con. formity with the act of Congress (section 5) ap proved May loth, 187J. All persons ire cau tioned : against purchasing said interest from A. H. Evans, as he cannot under existing cirenm stancea make a legal transfer. Pioche, Nev., January 12th, 1875. JslS-Sm is, Vi ILLETT. $x,ooo REWARD ! ONE THOU8AND DOLLARS REWARD WILL be paid for the Arrest and Conviction TWO PKRSON'H WDO ROBBED THE Hamilton and Pioche Stage On Thursday Evening, Dec. 3d, 1874, FTVR HUNDRED DOLLARS will be paid for the arrest and conviction of either one of the party. WEILS, FARGO ft CO., d"-tf By J. M. Hiibebt, Agent. To the Unfortunate. NEW REMEDIES I NEW REMEDIES I DR. GIBBON'S DISPENSARY NO. 033 KEARNY STREET, COR NER Commareial. San t . Private entrance on Commercial etrccf Established In 18M. for th. t.. .1 of Sexual snd Seminal Dlaauu. ... 1 aa uonorrnea, meat, stricture, SypMlia iuaTT SSr"l, """"V easness, lmuotency, etc., etc. Skin diseases of vttara at.nAl,,a , r-1 ' . . Legs, etc., succeeifuTr, tTeaTeS" .vD.a;c?BB0!',l",h,l","n, ' snnouncing o tt s .tjonted from visiting the principal Hospitals of Europe, and haa resumed pracUce! The Doctor has .pared neither time nor money in seeking out new remedies, and haa returned with Increased faculties for alleviating human suffering seminsl Weakness. Seminal emission la imkuhmu a .. i. abuse. This solitai, vice, or deoraved ,.i indulgence, Is practiced by the youth of both sexes to an almost unlimited extent, producing with unerring certainty the following train of morbid symptoms, unless combined by scleu tlfio medical measures, vis: Sallow countenance, dark spots under the eyes, pain in the head, ring ing in the ears, noise like the rustling of leavta or rattling of chariots, uneasiness about the loins, weakness of the limbs, confused vision, blunted Intellect, loss of confidence, diffidence In approaching strangers, a dislike to form new acquaintances, a disposition to shun socioty, loss of memory, pimples and various eruptions about the face, hectle flushes, furred unique, foatid breath, coughs, consumptlon.uight sweats, monomania and frequently insanity. If relief be not obtained jron should apply immediately, either In person or by letter, snd have a cure effected by his new aud scientiflc mode of treat ing disease, which never fails of effecting a quick and radical cure. Cured at lfaune. 1 Persone at a distance may be CORED Al HOME, by addressing a letter to Dr. Olbbou, stating case, symptoms, length of time the dls. uuw has continued, and have medicine promptly forwarded, free from damage and cnnosity. any part of the country, with full and plain "pcrsonwriting to the Doctor will please stat the same of the paper they see this advertise ment la. By enclosing 110 In coin In a registered letter through the Poetofnce, orthrough Wells, Fargo ft Co., a package of medicine will lie forwarded, to any part of the Union. All communications strictly sonlldentlal. 1 aiMfmu. DR. j. v. HrnsnM j dll-ly Box 1967, Ban Francisco, CaL iSSs A