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THE PIOCHE DAILY RECORD. BY telegraph!
SATURDAY. MAT , IS73. 9AM rKANCISCO HTKtlf IIKPUHT, Ham Fiuhcuoo. May 21. Buaaa.i MOBKIXO SALES. 2530 Ophir M 5b30 43K U M fitio Mexican hi 17 li'7,b l6Ti 10ft Uould K Curry 17 1i 2HO BM k Bvlcher W i SI 4 65 Hava IM 225 Cnollar Potest 7IS 77 It 78 10 Hale A X.ttcross-e'THbS 3M Crown Point 19 291, 3o30b30 29k 45 Yellow Jacket 77 t, 77 11W Imperial 6), CW 200 Empire Mill 5 45, 14 65 Ksnluca M lilt 30 Alpha 18 It 19 10 Belcher 27 It 28 27 X 10 Confidence 17 It 1SS Oon Vlriiinia 400 402 402 t 85 Sierra Nevada- 10 It l00 Deney 75c 4115 California 8514 5Jl. M", 3.HU Bullion 48 4sl5 47 275 Overman 60 69 H 69 15 Justice 90 190 Huccor IV, 14 795 Union Cm 100 Lady Bryan 8! 4 130 Julia 8 Is 10 Caledouia 1514 9ti5 Knickerbocker a 2H 200 Baltimore Con 4 If 4 It 25 Silver bill Al( 150 Eclipse-a 190 Dayton 3 230 N Y Con 174 l 10 Occidental 3 55 American Flat 3hj 295 Woodvlllo as AFTERNOON BALES. 170 Meadow Valley 7 1 40 Havmond A Ely 44 45 670 Eureka Oon 65 66 67 Mtb.10 55 It 100 Alps Swe ll Coudor lit 150 Beluinnt 3 50 Pioche West Ex 3 150 El borado South a 950 K K Con 34 34 20Pruaalan 3H 300 Webfoot S 15'JO Jeffcraou 9 690 UllA G! 110 Leopard 154 40 Kossuth 14 450 Panther 14 2116 Golden Chariot 8 S', 850 Mahogany 9 '4 10 380 South Chariot 2 1)4 14 Vi 150 War Ragle 4 30 Empire (Ideho)-l 4 685 Poorman 8 Vi 32 Andea 3T4 4b3 4 350 Wells Fargo 4 470 North Carson 10c 1350 Cosmopolitan 40e 750 Prospect 4blQ 4 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. ABIUVALS. BV RTOR WHITE'S SALT LAKJt LINK: A B Carroll J Carroll A Silber M Hooblea DEPARTURES. T OILHASt A SAUSBVBT'a BAKTLTOM LINBi E B Hhaw Rev g P Kelly Mrs 1 llekcr Mrs A OsllaKlicr SrBTlAL t 1UK riOCHB DAII.t SKOORD. BY WEaTKMI BMON LIKE. Eastern Dispatcher!. " Neviciimoiie, that wns the burden, of Edgar Poe'a Raven, and seems to bo the favorite cry of the genua "croaker" with which ever; locality is always blessed. When limes are good tbey prediot speedy failure. When times are dull they say worse is in Btore. When matters are at the worst, they ootmori yon, by deolar ins they will never be auv better. 8omi folks of this lugubrious tone of thought nre always 10 De met witu aud carefully dash one's hopes of returning proaperity by the raven-like croak of "nevermore." 8nch has been prophesied as the fate of Ploche, but eircuuistanoes do not justify snob forebodings. The mines which are and muBt be the source of all our prosperity, are decidedly improving in appearance and affording every reason to believe that that improvement will be increasing and permanent. The tide of travel seems again to have set in our favor, and those who come among us, say that matters to thetu wear a prosper ous look. Especially is this the case with many of our former residents who come back and declare, that with all their wanderings that old l'ioche suits them best. All that wo beliove is necessary is to have patience and perse- verence, and those who pin their faith with the fortunes of Piooue will in the long run have little reason to regret their choice. Quits Sick. Dr, Lee informs us that Mr. Sheehan, who was hurt iu the Ray mond Sc Ely mine, in addition to the in juries received on that occasion is Buffer ing from an attack of pneumonia, iu- duoed by a severe cold contracted at the time he was Hurt, ills condition there fore is a very puinful one. Dr. Lee, however, thinks that he will with care and attention gradually reoover, the symptoms not being unfavorable. The Silver Peak boarding-house, situ ate near the Bowery niiue, has been newly and neatly fitted up. Miss Sarah Bibbard, the proprietress, will provide ami serve in tue nest style the very best fare that can be found in this market. Board by the day, week or month. Ball and supper parties served neatlv and promptly aud with all the delicacies of tne season. Mask Bullion. Mr. Hugh White has purchased some fifteen tons of base bul lion, the prodnct of the Bristol Furnace Mr. White will in future buy any lots of bullion that may offer, for which he will pay cash. In this and other business, Mr. W. E. Griffin of Wells. Faroo A. Co will act aa agent of Mr. White and of the firm of Hugh White 4 Co. Rubbih Boots. Samples of long, knee and short rubber boots fit for ruin ing, hunting or any other purpose, can oe seen ac ine naraware store of . Wheeler & Co., Main street. Tbey are from the house of Weaver & Taylor, of San Francisco. Frai Burp Cattle1. L. V. Loomishas just had driven into his corrals a fine lot of beef cattle, young calves, etc They came from Jones & Bacon, of Quinn canyon. Air. Loom is customers will find bis market well stocked with the above meats. Scarci. California flour is now very scarce in the market, but in a few days our merohants will be well snpplied with it. Jacobs & Sultan have a large lot on the road which they have been expecting daily, ana may arrive 10-aay. Mew Bockaway. Yesterday Messrs. Cook A Read had out their new rock- away with a team of four fine horses. As they drove round the streets the turnout mode a very handsome appearance. Left. The Rev. S. P. Kelley. Snpt. of Pnblio Instruction, left yesterday for Hamilton and the western portion of the Btate. ton BEAvtE. To-day, Mr. W. W, Bishop and Judge Lober will leave b- stage for Beaver. Mr. Bishop will be uut nuum ten aays. ReciiviId. Yesterdoy 153 bars of base bullion, weighing five and a half tons tuui jjuBioi. ine DUilion was uuiuaaea h ionuston's stable. - The Salt Lake stage arrived yesterday at 10 a. m., bringing a full load of pasa- Thi following passengers will arrive on this evening's Hamilton stage: Mrs. vxiuineu, jure, xxiiaeoroua. New York, May 21. Cardinal Mo- Closkey was yesterday presented with a diamond cross worth $20,000, by young lady pupil of St. Vincent insti tute in this city. A portion of the ax factory of Weed 4 Brecker Mfg. Co.. building was burned to-day ; loss $50,000, insured. Cuicaqo, May 21. A Boston special says of the reported defalcation of Abra ham Jackson, that the greatest mystery is to account for the use to which he put the money, as he lived economically. He bad no costly vice, aud did not speculate. A Washington special says the Sioux delegation now there promises to be troublesome aud expensive. The more their real sentiments are learned the more it appears they nre dissatisfied with their reception and are indisposed to a ex ceed to the wishes of those who brought them to Washington. They are not sat isfied with the Government interpreter, and the Government officials are a little suspicious of the half breeds who act in that rapacity for their chiefs. There is also an evident want of harmony among the chiefs. No conclusion as to the ab rogation of the Black Hills treaty was arrived at. The conference took place yesterday between the Gorernineut authorities and the Western Congressmen aud Terri torial omcers. The latter wore not unanimous in their views on the subject. There was a decided difference of opin ion as to the existence of gold iu the hills. Governor Thayer, of Wyomiug, in sisted that the existence of gold there could not be denied. Bennington, Governor of Dakota, very much inclined to discredit the gold story. He said there was no gold there. and that few persons wished to go there except such as would cut a throat or scuttle a ship. He said a few of the good people of his Territory had been misled and had violated the treaty by going into that country, but he was confident in this respect that the people of Dakota had been more modest than thoir neighbors. Governor Thayer here asked if the con ference was a borlesqne and left in a huff. The prospects of the negotiations of a new treaty are not promising. Lam City, Fla., May 21. Graybeard, one of the most troublesome Indian pris oners, on the way to St. Augustine jumped from the train this morning at 25 miles per hour. He was found secreted in some bushes and started to run, but was shot by the guard and died in about two hours afterwards. Washington, May 21. A dispatch from Tyler, Texas, says that Peter Mc Cartney, the notorious counterfeiter, has again escaped from the U. S. officers. Na-w Yobk, May 21. In the Beeoher trial this morning Judge Porter oontin ued his summing up of the oase for the defendant. He first oominented upon the testimony of Bowen who, he said, testified that Beecher did not advise the dismissal of Tilton. but on. cross-examin ation admitted that Beecher told him things about Tilton that be never beard before. Counsel pointed out certain alleged inconsistencies in Bowen's testi mony. He argued that Tilton and Moulton, knowing of the impending downfall of the former, arranged a con spiracy by which Beechor was to be made an instrument of reinstating Tilton with Bjwen, and after convincing Mrs. Tilton thtt there was a conspiracy against her busbaud to drive him from the Independent and the Union, Moul ton went to fijeoher, took him to Til- ton's house on the night of Dcoember 30th, not, said Porter, for the destruc tion of Beecher, but for the overthrow of Henry C. Bowen or the reinstatement of Tilton, and they brought their machin ery to bear upon Beecher so that they had him in their toils for all these years He asked if it were true that ou the 3d of July Mrs. Tilton confessed to her busbaud the commission of adultery, did the jury believe that Tilton would that night or for the next four years have slept with her; did they believe that for six months after that she would have permitted her husband and Beecher to meet at bor houso and in the streets of New York. T. B. R., was killed yesterday at Huff ker's Station. He fell from the train and several cars passed over him. The body was horribly mangled. Pbesckit, A. T., May 20. Monday afternoon two miners named-Dan Con ner and J. C. Ctanoey quarrelled over a game of cards, when the former shot and killed the latter. The mining experts who have been to Bradshaw to report on the veins in that locality, bring very favorable reports. San Francisco, May 21. Prof. E. P. Rogers, of the University of Peun., has arrived in this oity to superintend the construction of the new bullion refinery to be established in the Mint. It is ex pected that the refinery will be completed and in operation within ninety davs. IHIMSa AOCIDKNTH. At the inquest upon the body of the miner Bourcier, who was killed by fall ing from the cage into the shaft of the Consolidated Virginia, the Virginia Chronicle says: A number of methods were suggested by members of the Coroner's jury where by a cage might be so enclosed as to prevent a man from falling off. One of the propositions was to have a bar ex teud across each side, and another was made to snrronnd the cage with a screen of wire. One of the foremen, who was on the witness stand, stated that these were both impracticable; first, because it would be impossible to reach the bell rope; secondly, tor the reason that re moving the inclosures to run on ore cars or load timbers would take up so much time that it would be impossible to work the mine to advantage. The latter reason given by the foreman was a model one, being in fact that proper precautions oould not be taken to secure from injury the lives and limbs of the miner and work the mine to advan tage. In that oase the mines ought to be worked to a disadvantage, but with every reasonable precaution to Becure the safety of all concerned. we suppose it would be A considerable ' dvantage if mines could be worked without min ers, but as that is impossible they have to be worked with that disadvantage, and the further disadvantage ought to be rigidly required that every possible care be taken consistent with the nature of the employment to prevent accidents. Under any circumstances the laborer who works below ground takes his life in his hands during the hours of his dally toil. Necessity and familiarity with the danger, causts it to be little thought of, but still it is there, lurking in every shaft, drift, and every operation.lt can nev er be eliminated, but fur all that.it Boundi terrible to bear man coolly talking about working a mine to advantage. when that advantage is only obtained at the cost of inourring the imminenoe of an ever present danger. If the shafts of the Consolidated Virginia had been sep arated by a partition, poor Boureier could not have fallen into the next com partment. The selfish economy of not erecting such a barrier was proven after all, to be short-sighted and ill-founded For when the cage fell in one compart ment, if a continuous partition had been there, the descending cable would not have doubled over into tbe next com partment and caused the other cage to be jammed. The stoppage of the mine for thirty-six hours would have been avoided, and poor Bourcier would not have been killed. It is to be hoped that the company will have to pay roundly for its criminal carelessness. POSTAL RKSIXATIONM. PoBTomca Detabtment, ( Washington, May 15, 1875. It is ordered that Bee-ton 103 of the Regulations of the Postofnce Department be amended by striking out the words "and the subscription must be for not less than three months," seventh and eighth lines, and the section so amended ahall be as follows: Section 103. A regular subscriber is a person who has actually ptid or undertaken to pay sub scription price for any newspaper, maga zine, or other periodical, or for whom such payment has been made or under taken to be mode oy some other person; but in the latter case such payment most have been undertaken with the previous oonsent, or at the previous request of the person to whom such newspaper, maga zine or periodical is sent. A person to whom any such publication is aent.with ont bis consent or reqnest, is not a regu lar subscriber within the meaning ot the law. It is ordered tbat transient rates of postage mnat be charged and collected on snch publication before delivery. (Signed) AlABSBAli JEWELL, Postmaster General. Paoiflo Coast. San Fbancisco, May 21. Jabez Rob erta stabbed by Wm. Davis Monday night, died yesterday evening at the city prison hospital. He made a statement accusing Davis of the crime, and iden tided the latter as his assailant, Davis is locked up on a charge of murder. Mabtsvilli, May 20. Road agents are infesting the neighborhood of this place. A man was robbed between here and Colusa. It is reported that a team ster was relieved of $:)50 to-dav on tbe Smartville road. Colcsa, May 20. The Democratic County Central Committee to-day, or dered primaries for June 19th, Conven tion June 21th. The Crawford plan was rejected. Los Angeles, May 20. A fire this morning destroyed the Pioneer Tannery loss $ 15,000 to $20,000, insurance $5,500. At Rincon, twelve miles from Spadra, two business partners. Goldsmith & Kallaman, had a quarrel in which tbe former shot and killed the latter. N further particulars. Santa Baedaba.Muv 20. Three shocks of earthquake ocourred this morning, lasting about 20 seconds. A heavy rumbling noise preceeded the shock. Virginia Citt, Nev., May 20. At 10:30 lost night the fire of the previous night broke out again but was soon ex anguished. The Carson river is lower than ever before at this season. The wood drives TVin limn tuktwaAti fial V..L. 1 Pioebe has been reduced to thirty-eight m ,own "lowly that great difficulty hours. This is Hugh White's way of (eared in getting a foil supply. uuiug hiiukp. to. aj. Anuuae, 10. 1 jonn uaro, a brakeman on the V. Go to the San Jose Hotel, Mala artreet, to get an elegant Warm MISCELLANEOUS. PIOCHE JOCKEY CLUB ! RACES! RACES! FOUR-MILE TRACK. Jl'SE 5TII, IS5, II 1. Jl. The Humboldt Mill aud Mininn Com pany have a force of twelve men at work in the Pride of the Mono tain mine, near innemucca. hot the past mouth or is weeks they have been drifting fusf, aa Mr. Ginaca, the General Kapenntend- 6 ut, bus con ten ilea irom tuo flint that tbe main ledoe waa Mveral hundred feet east of where the croppiuga show or where any of those familiar with the mine suppose it to be. Lust week the out tbe ledge with four feet of solid min eral, and mnch richer, aa a who., than any strike heretofore made. From this time on, tbe company anticipate no diffi culty in keepioR their mill running upon their ore. Professor Stewart, who ex amined tbe mine about a mouth aun. agreed perfectly with tiinaca aa to the true location ot tne mine, and, to prove his sincerity, msde a location on the belt about a thonsnud feet north of tbe mill compauy's mine, and tbe new develop ment proves the Professor's head was eminently level, as bia location is puid to be as coed as any on the mountain. Silver State PURSE TROTTINO-DOI BLE TKAMH M1I.R nr.A i TC, dhi t in S. KalrtaWV, -JO per wilt.; throo mort to enter and two to lit art. RUNNING-440 Yards. PVRSB tlttO. KNTRANCK, ttO PGR cent.; four or more to outer antl three to Urt. TWO MILES. Pt'RHR 100. ENTRANCE, 80 PKR ceut.; mrt-e or more tu entrraiid two u Mart. Best 1 la 3. ONE MILE. Pt'RNB 10O. KXTRANCK. '40 PKR ci-ut.t tlirve or more to eutur suit two to tart, ltast 1 In 3. UOMICIDS BKTWKKN MlNKnAI, PaBK AND PtocBB. A correspondent at Mineral Park, May 4th, sends the following: Kobert Williams oame into Mineral Park May 3d, from Pioche and reported to Judge Haskell that be had shot and killed a man named John McCarty, April aillh. fifty miles from Mineral Park on the Pioche road, aud asked to have an examination. The followina faots were proven by two witnesses upon examination. Williams and McCarty joined the company this side of Pioche. There were several others of the party, and from the commencement of the journey, wnuamn ana aiouariy disagreed, the latter frequently using abusive language to the former and upon several oooasions threatened his life. The difficulty finally oulminated by MoCarty Btteinptinn to 1.111 tint,: j.l ... .i...... " am niiiinuis wua an axe. Williams at first ran and was closely pursued, but watching his opportunity he drew a re volver aud killed bis sssailant, McCarty was lormeriy a soiaier. Dili deserted several years ago from Camp Mohave, taking with him the Qr. Master's horse. Alter a careful examination of the case. Judge Haskell decided it to be justifiable nomiciae ana aiscnarged the prisoner. Arizona oiiner, . A pamphlet, attributed to General Todluben, has appeared at Drussels, entitled "L'AuRhterre ft leu Petita Elate a la Couferenoe de Unixelles." It gives an account of the barharotia way in which England carried on war during the laBt oeutury, and contends that its mili tary weaknias, as compared with the great Continental Powers, which its Government triea to cnuceal aa fsr na ftossible, is the reason why England re used to take part in a second confer ence. N. Y Herald. 1 . Tbe Managers of the Tenth Industrial Exhibition announce that an exhibition ill be held under tbe ausmoos of the Mechanics' Institute, in the citv of Han Fraucisoo, to be opeued on Tut-Bday, the 17th of August, 1875, at 11 a. in., and to contiuus open at least one month there after. IU. H. Mews. Private! School. Miss Alvie Bibb is desirous of obtaining a limited number of pupils girls only, and not exceeding eight or ten for instruction iu the ele mentary branches of an English educa tion. Particulars na to terms, etc., will be readily furnished on application to mi8B Dino, at uer resilience ou Meado Valley street. tf Ic I Ick t leu ! Don't forget that W 11. Wilson, at Fulk'a & McAlpin's saloon, has commenced supplying the town of Pioche with ice. I will sell aa low aa any one. Saloons, restau rants, sc., supplied. tf If yon want any Nn ware, sheet iron and copper ware manufactured or repair ed, and also plumbing at very low prioes, go to J. J. Halpiu & Co., who employ uuu0 uui ure.-uiase woramen. tf. Full stock of Giant Powder on hand oar load of powder in iron kess. Rub ber belling all sizes for sale at lowest r'ea. W. W Hi rrr " Meadow Valley Btreet. Ic, Crystal Ick, delivered dailv bv It. Martino. Leave n,j. .i., of E. Hamilton or Fnlks & McAlpin. tf upon leaving town take a parting drink at Panaca Saloon, Lacour street. One Price! One Bit! Onk Dollar will buy a roll of tbe best butter that ever came to Pioche at T. C Podjade's. tf Thk beat of sherry and claret wines are to be had at T. C. Ponjade's. lw Extra California butter to be had at Qnillen & Donolme's, at $1 per roll, Hardwood Plank for aula hv F W Cluto. "if Thk Beat M. & M. Tea can ba had of F. W. Clute for 7"i eta. a pound. tf FnKHii California ranch butter at Jos. Coschina's, $1 per roll. tf FimsH Euos at F. W. Clute's for 25 cents per dozen. "tf. Fresh Garden Heeds at Alexander'a drug store. Good Botteb at T. 0. Poujade's. "tf Gold Product. The Yubas and mountain region surrounding Downie ville continue to keep up thoir reputa tion in gold production. It is stated by tbe Messenger, in proof, that a nugget valued at $1,000 was taken out of tbe Bald Mountain mine one day last week; that tbe night foreman sorapedont thirty ounces with his oandlestick: and that 115 ounces wero cleaned op from the Mvuvn cinim. aa ine Dronnct nf one day's run. S. F. Call. Pkavini. The news from this and promising mining district is very favorable. The furnace now working the refractory orea of the Consolidated Poe is considered bevond a donbt a ann. oeas. This fornaoe is working at the rio ui mieen ions per day, Keno wuuruai, 10. A movement is makins in England "n"i aruiuai manning s new title, and funnily enough aeainat "hia nnn.i. me claim 10 tne precedence to which it would entitle him in countries where the rope is viewed with less suspicion than lujugiauu. 1, x. Herald. The century plant in Gen. Kirkham's garden, which bloomed a few years aco. or another just like it, is sending up a huge stem, preparatory to bursting into flower. It is now about thirteen feet from tbe ground. S. F. Call, H. It is said a fine body of ore has been struck in tbe Kichmond mine. This. added to the large reserves already in sight, makes tbat property of greater value tnan at any previous period. .ureEa sentinel, 13. A large quantity of ores from the ad joining mining districts are being bronght to tbe niebmond smelting works for re duction. Portions came from as far as Tybo and are of good quality. Eureka bentiuei, 10. Present indications are said to show a continuous belt of precious metals be ginning at Lynnfleld, Massachusetts, and extending into Maine. 1 G. a. News, or Cold Bath. The Baths at LIQPOBS, CI0AE3, TOBACCO. PATRONIZE H03MC33 MANTOACTURES. $100, ENTRIKS TO CLONE Jl'NR D, 1N.1, v. 1 . in, nurses will lie oalled promptly at 11 o'clock A.M. June nth, ENTRIES Iu above race free only to known iiu,.r .11 i-hh-ui,. nr tm-tlier Information apnly to Til ((SIPHON CA MPBKLI myld-til Bet-y Plocue Jockey Olab. DELINQUEN SALES. HttVlllonii dfi Kl V Mlnlnw rmmuinv Prluoiital iiln-tHt of bunlmiw. Shu Fmnutmo. 0lirorula. -Location of workn. Jlv Minlns Din- triet, Uiieohi county, NtwauV Notice. Thuro ro delinquent upon tbe followinK d'crilwd Block, 011 au'count of uwpHHUii'iit (No. 4 levlm! on th flrrt any of April, 187(1, thn Mwrtl ftinoiwtf get opposite tho namos of tho re-Hl-i-tivo Bhart-lio.iti'rt., kh fullown: No. of No, of Names. Oertiflf-n.t. Rhar..H Am Itoaucliamp Julia A 'Jim id imoruy hukIi 57HS m fto Urionly HiimIi H1I73 341 loo Brtordy HukIi H!i74 a ino lirtonty HukIi Html W it) liouamoPF 11474 5 4fi-liK. U7 :m OramlaU V U, Trwnt6o..ltMlll 1(H) 54)0 until l a rox,Trui.iftg.,,aiHi 5 'JS Oalull k Fox, TriiHtiw.. .6741 6 as Ooiirain O A, Triitco...ll4H 20 mo Claim TPU M W 1178 1147-11)0 117 SR Courttou Go nth oiu II (liH)'J to tifiO GILROY CIGARS AND TOBACCOS, MANUFACTURED BY TUE CONSOLIDATED TOBACCO CO., OF California Grown Tobacco. TVhh AHHOKTHEMT OF THE ABOVE uoous constantly ou uand and for sale San Francisco Prices, freight adila-tl, by J. G. LYNCH, GENERAL AGENT BUSINESS DIEEOTOBY. . . .iiuo:i ...Ni'ja . . .111174 ....misti , . . .9-jim ....1W.I7 ....WW . . .tlNI'24 ...114:ili .t4 r7 it) a .10 1IMI 2fll '1!, 1110 nn tin It. 'JK 'Jn Mil SIS lllll tir, Ml Ml Ml Ml Ml Ml lull ALBXANDEB O.B.,Tnanrk4aad Apotlierary atala street, oppnaito Lacour. AaUUHAM T. ., foataiaMw. uftu-., Laeonr arroet SHOP a tABIK, Attorneys at Law. Mala street. Piorha. 1EENB HORACE D , Attorney at I -aw and Notary Public. office over ritate Bank. K11IC K SALOON. Lacour street, Ab. Polli-ya, tirop'r. ROWN A.. Wholesale and Hetall Liquor deal er. Main St.. Pioche. under Urown'a Hall. I) AKSl U KKSTA1 KANT, aleadow Valley at., oiDoait Molt. Flab a Go's. COUCH IN A JOS. U . Dealer la Qrocertes, Pro. vleira, Krnlt, tlandy, Ctaen, Toboeeo. etc.. Main t , one door from aleadow Valley. CUA8. (Or.UICkX. proprietor Ban Francisco lirewery, Panaca Plat. ClOHlf A llllO. J Oenerol clollittra, J Main St.. opposite Meadow Valley. C1AR8IDY, JOHN, Capitol Saloon. Main street. jITV UP .VI' AlAlUitT, Msin St. Ql'LVKRW Eli. Wll.. UulUonvllla Htaite, etc. (1I.AICK 1. C. It UltO.. Wholesale and Retail J l-al-rs in Otorerie. Provisions and tien. sral alcrcliaiidiM'. Lower Mam atreet. CUMIN Al)OIJH A BHD., Wholesale and lt,tetl Dealers in Toliaco and CUara, Main street, opposite Meadow Vallsy. DEXTKK BTABLHA, Meadow Valley street, tteo. o. Johnston, prop'r. UMl.y AI.TA CALIPOKNIA-C. Wlederbold. Ain-nt. IMHKNMANN J. k CO., Importers and Dealers j In Hsrila-ara. iwki-rv iii.u..m ,i Hoiiae-fnruisuitiii Hoods. Mstu street. 11LUKKA AND PALUiADK K. It. i, . F. E. Fist. Anont. lAEI-SENTHAL PH., Dealer lu Orocerlcs, X: Provisions, Olotliiua, etc. Htoue HnildiliK. Msin street, Pioche. pi'I.KS k McALPIN. Cosniupolllan Baloou, Jj aleadow Valley street, sud L-lly Unit Hoonis, Main atreel. wholesale aud retail dealera iu liquors. 1K.NIIKR mOP HOrtE, old nostoSlce F bulldtiiH, Lao-iur8t. GORMAN OEO. T., Notary Public and Com mls.. nir of Deeds for California a Lull. ( iRIFUN w. P., at Wells, Fargo k Co's, dis M counts checks, etc. (IlL&ihK k nALItthrRY, proprietors ataite T Hue from Plot-he to Hsnilltou, aud Ilau.ll toujto ltolmisoii, Behell Creek slut Cherry Creek. s ' .-,., uiuutiu uispeuserj, V J Keenly street. Han Frauclso (MBPHIP.D k 1IK1HACI1KH, Han Francisco hestsuraut and bakery, Meadow Valley street, opposite Dealer BUhlua. HIJOH WHITE'S Halt Lake Dally Stage Line Olhce at Wells, Fargu ft Co's HENDLltbliN A HlVtH. Stock Brokers. on.ee with Wells. Fargo ft Co. II 0(1H W HITE ft CO., Forwsrujiiit and Coui 1 uusstou Merchants, Ottlce s Wells, rar- Co s halt Lake; W . E. union Aaetlt pioclie. Al.riN J. J. a CO.. Dealers In Hardware. Main struct. A MILTON E., W holesale and Retail Liquor Dealer, Main street. I I AI1KM1K1UI LIK.O., Physielsii and Surgeon, At ateauow t stiey street. JACOBS ft BI'LTAN, W'holessle and Retail Dealers lu Ueuersl Mcrcbsndlse, Main St. JONES J. M., Assayer, office Msin street. In P. llelntzleiiisu's Jewelry store. KOI'H C'HAB., Iloot-iuskor, l.yn.-h's Illoek, lacour street. KINO ft OHATT1N, Oonveyaneera, 44i CalUonils St., Ksu rranclsco. Cel. Kl 1.1HA.N A A 11 .M hit, lieslers lu Cleats ami Tobacco, mxi A Una Sacralueto St., Pau Fraucisco. 1IEUKS ft IIOW'MAN, Manufacturers auu lui. J porters of llsvans Cigars, coruer of Sacra uiento aud llatterv streets, bau r'raucisiro. J1V1NUBTONS CO., Fine Uraiultcs, Wines ! and Liquors. i'M and ilii Caliloi-nla atreel. Bau Franclscu. IKIII JOHN 0., Wholesale and Retail MJ Liquor Dealer, cor. Msin Slid lACotir Ms, I AMI'S K1NKKY, Assayer, 1 1 Malu street, Pluclie, MEADOW VALLEY HOTEL HALOON. llulliuuville. MARX F. F., ForwarditK and Comnilssluu Merchsut, Tino (O. P. R. K.) Novsila. MORTON A Bt'HW K1IIK1I, Roots and Hhoes, Meadow Vslley'Ht. MO T I', UMI ft CO , Importers and Dealera In Hardwara, Mill sud Mining Uoods, etc. 11A ir EASTERN RUBBER J200DS. CARBOLIZED HOSE, VI hich la now aiMt In all tho Pirn Depart meuta on the Pacific Coast. Btoltlnir, Parking, Rubber Clotlilnff, Rubber Boota and flhoea, And all kindn of Fine Rubber Oooda. AdENTS FOB HAZARD POWDER CO. Superior Blast ine and Sporting Powder. WEAVER ft TAYLOR. Mil Market at., corner of JFiret at., Han Fran cico. mratVlm FRED. M. PIERCE, AGENT POB WEAVER & TAYLOR'S CARBOLIZED HOSE, Ac. OFFICE in Rrronn Birsnrass Orncs, Lynch'! suiiuius, i"jiu streei, aplu-U NEVADA MARKET MAIN STREET, Opposite Lacour, Beef, Mutton, Pork and Veal. ALL KINDS OF SAtTSAO. HEAD CHEESE, Smoked Beef sud Bolognaa. Also Corned and Smoked Mutton and Tripe. Hams. Shoulders and Bacon 0f our own ene. Ing, of the best Utah Pork. Also Corned nams, Corned Pork and Bplced AT TUB LOWEST MARKET PRICES. JJirXia-U THE DAILY ALTA CALIFORNIA. rTHI OLDE8T AN BEAT NEWSPAPER -sm. to wm rannu ia-m. mDiunea M oan Babaoriptlona reoelTMl by O. WIEDKRBOLD, the San Jose Hotel are not lftO (WH) aim '2ft 3fl Viti 60 60 (1-100 IN IS B 10 10 100 60 M 11) 10 10 3 A 60 20 10 10 A 10 10 10 RO 10 a 10 100 M 100 100 lrf loo mo 100 100 100 60 '26 60 60 600 m SMI '26 300 Uourwu GiTBiiom tl. Eyre E E, Trunin..., Eyre E E, TniHtt... Kmmal J 11 FtHlu-r E, Trust,... Fiwln-r H, TruHtrw... FiriitT E, Truhton. . , , l-'lHher E.'L'nmtiH)..., FiHhur E, TriiHttHi. . . , Vox 0 W, Trusttw..,. (Jla.ier I k Co,Tnmtfwg,.i07 (Hazier I & Oo.Tmnti,ii,Hr4'isi (.latiirl k Oo.TnmttHia.lOiUH GrittlnK A M, Tnint e,. . .414J. (Irimng A M, Trutit...,4U4 (IrimtiK A M. Tnistc,...4141t tirilltnK A M, TruatM.,..4161 (tritllnK A M, TrrntUu . . .41 fill HutrhiuBon John, Trunt..,!K)7 HutchiuBon .lohn, TrtiB.llfMXl HiKKlm & OunkliUK, Truateea U?:il Joliiirtnn Hnb4-rt O HH.Il Iatliara J 11. A Ot. Trtist MTiiil Laanre L T, Truatoe , , . . .7761 azure lt. Tninj 7H7K La.urn L T, Truateo 7H7fl l-4'Itein F uawt MamiRCi D, Tmatiw. . . . ,7o:jh Mnreli Cliarlfs (J Him alt-llrien Frank 1147(1 McCarthy Janti'H 1U(9 Noble H U, Trunt 817H Noble H II. k Co Tniat..llUHK Notile tl H, ft 0i Tniat..loim-j Noble HH,a OoTriiHt..ll2iilt ihleH H. k OoTruHt..ll-il Noble H fl, h Go Tmat. .11H:I4 Noble H (I, A Tnmt..1H60 Noble II H ft On, TrtiHt. .11600 Noble H H & Oo, Trunt. .11641 Noble H H k Oo, Trout. .11602 Nnblo H H k Oo, Trust. .1160:1 Noble H II Oo. trust. .11(504 Parkr k Fry. TrtintwR.lUC7 KU'bardrvon E A, Trustee. .Hl'i HlvbardrKin E A, Tniate.lHj.V) Hlrhanlaon E A, Tniatee.ai:t4 KUiiantaot. E A. Tnintpfi.3aiiu Kichantaon E A, Trunto.;(fll8 HldianlHon E A, Trustee. 45'aU HlrbarclHon E A, TniMteo.6l)4fl Hlrlianlaon H A, Truntee.fMHB Rlcbardrton E A, Tmatee.WiW Hlubardaon E A, Truntee.8H17 Kir hard non E A, Tnmte.9R0t Rlchardatn B A, Trustee. 9,vjl Hicbardaon E A, truatee.l()7l)fl Hlrbardaon E A, tniHtee.lOHKB RlcbardHon E A, trustee IIW'21 Kionaraaon E a. trustee. iohm Rifbartlaon E A, trustee. KiUM UU-naroauu E A, tniRtee.lOHJ4 Hifhardaon E A, trustee. li 8i8 Rlcbardaon E A, trustee KHVO Hirhardaon E A, tniHtfle.lon27 Hlchardaou E A, truatee.lOH'jR Rlchardaon E A.trUBtee.lowiH Rlchardaon E A. trustee. 11444 Rlcbardaon E Atrustee. 11446 Richardson E A, tmatre. 11467 Rlcbardaon E A, trustee. 11468 Rlcbardaon EA, trustee. 1147H Raymond William 11, Trustee 3779 Raymond William II, Trustee R390 Raymond Henry 7'2yn Raymond John fifllfl Kaymoud William H. . . .81HI5 Bberwood B V k Co, TriiBteei DIMS Sherwood BP Co, Tmateea iniMA SctiniledeU, Hx:hHtadt:r A co.tniateea 0740 Bcbmledfll, Uocbatadter uo. rruatoea iooib Schmieden, Hochatadter k uo, Truatbea 10168 Schmieden, Hochatadter at uo. Truateea 11,343 Schmieden, Hochatadter ft Uo. Trusteea 10347 Bcbmledel). Hochatadter uo, Trustees 10340 Schmieden, Hochatadter A Oo, Trufltopa 10426 Schmieden, Hochatadter ft Oo, Trusteed lllfla Schmeidell, Hochatadter A Oo, Truateea 11483 Schmeidell. HochaUdter ft Oo, Truateea 11490 Brhmledell H, Trurrtee...77Wf Schmieden H, Trustee. .,8259 Schmieden H, Trustee. ,.87H Short J M, Trustee lour0 Taylor William S,Trnat..8226 Taylor William S,Truat..967S Traynor Catherine. 33H0 Traynor Catherine 4378 Viot E 8920 Woods ft Freeborn, True. 3625 Wooiia ft Freeborn, TniB.76Hl Woods ft Freeborn, Trua.77Hl Wooda ft Freeborn, Tnia.7897 WchmIb ft Frocborn, Trua.7flB2 Wooda ft Freeborn, Trna.SllB And in accordance with law, and an order of the Board of Truateea, made on the flrat day April, 1876, so many abarea of each parcel of auch atock aa may bo neceaaary, will bo aold at public auction, at tbe office of the Company, No. 418 California atreet, Han Franclaco, Cali fornia, on Htmtnrdar, the ft eh daw of Juntt, 1K75, at the hour of eleven o'clock a. m. of said day, to pay said delinquent aaHeaament thereon, together with coata of advertising and expenses of aale. T. W, COLBURN, SecraUry. Onlce Rooma over tbe otbee of the Union In mi ranee Company. No. 418 California atreet, Han Franclaco, California. nyl8td EVADA. ellO His Ml Ml in 71.100 D70 311 190 nm no so 211 oil an so ISO so 10 so soo 1110 500 soo son soo 600 soo soo ADO 2S0 '.ISO 290 2900 2029 a 0.1.1 no in is 2 10 1 II II 29 2 III 4 20 10 SO 100 900 10 90 10 90 5 29 10 90 A 29 99 129 SO 290 0 29 S 13-100 A9I 10 90 9 29 10 911 10 90 29 129 10 90 10 90 S 29 ( as 10 90 10 . 90 fi 29 100 900 s as 10 60 5 29 ion I ') tiu.miY. THE CONSOLIDATED TOBACCO COMPANY CALIFORNIA. CASH CAPITAL $1,000,000 Meadow Valley strki t. INT SALOON, Main at., Harlov Fav. iron. KH111TT J AMI'S, ConiuitMiluu Mercliaiit. XI Ki ll Lower Main Ht. T EVADA J1EAT MARKET. i.1 Main, opposite Lacour street. XJEWAHR &11I.L, pnpart.il to work cuatoni il wv. F. W. Clute, Hup't. NIU1IU1.B r . U., lU'IltlBt, lUllco next door to Ilalpin'a. NEVADA UAKKUY, M udow Valley ntroet. John 0. Fort man, prop'r. XTEW OUK BAKERY, Lacour at met, lliTiimn Uorat. pvoii'r. 1ANAOA SALOON, LaiHiur atreet, 11. Mahl atedt projirletor. 1)11ZKU A COliKON, - . Attorneya at Law, Lacour atn.et I ONI), IlEYNOLUB ft CO., Importcra and X Jobbewof Wines and LiyuurH, Jl'i Calif or uia street, Han Francisco. 1J1O01IE DAILY ltECORP, NoWHpap. and X Job 1'rintllltl Otllce. Lnconr a.irut tu..a.l rmuiiouuu uni-, on in airuet, opposite X lclow Cedar, VisioilB. 1)lUTCHAItIVH ItEOULAH F11K10HT LINE from 1'alUflrte to l'ioche. OilHo Alalu 1IEHH(lN ft DANNKlt, i'n.i.rietora M.-udow Valley Brewery, cor. Main and Aleadow Valley streets. atreet, below Mcour. F. R i'ihlr au.,. VIIINI.AN ft DdNAHl'K. Piotlui Bakery end. Meadow Valley atreet. yuvJAUt,, t. O., Meadow Valley Rtreut.jiiHt it-aii-r iu uruceru s aim pru- SALESROOM, 207 FRONT STREET, San Francisco. CIGARS AND TOBACCOS HM KACTl nFl) OF CALIFORNIA. UHOWN 1.KAF. JOHN C. LYNCH, Wholesale and Setail Liquor Uerohant, Oorner Main and Lacour streets, piochb, Proprietor of and the Long-eatahllibed well-known to be excelled anywhere, 1 kOl DKH JOHN, IX visions and Dealear In Grocer ton. I'ri, Ueneral aleri-haiiuiiuu ut...,u Utore, Lacour street. S I KIN, CH AH. k CO.,StoruHeand CoumiiHioii House. Winoa and Liuuoru. i.ow..v aiii. ' atreet. UOUUBTHH1H k KLKINE, O Philadelphia Urewery, Main atmet SCOTT HUHHELL, Palace Club llooma, Malu atrei l UUEUWOOD A liHO., Dealera in Lumber, tO M.ln ura.t 8 Main sttvonl 44TEPHEN8 J. B., Faalilouable Utwlmaker, O Main street. IAN FKANC1HCO lillKWKUY, Geo. Miller pro- . j'lunji-, oieiuow vaiiey hi reel. MlllK. SOHOriliLD ft IIUV1J, Bl,n 1'alnlirs, etc, Msin St., oi)insltti rsbin's bull, .JAN iOHK HUTkl.. Main si . l'l,l, P . w- H.MaliaHsM, proprtrltir. 'I -HOMI'UON k OAUIIIM, ti.,J.l, u.'.lm lo M Wines, Liquor slid Cliisrs, Lsinur stmt. r'OWHSKNll UOIJHK Dslt Lako City, Uuli. WEAVER k TAYLOR, Drslsrs In Kulibrr Uuuds, till Msrki t slrn t, sn IrsMlsro. .. s ... M '" "il l'l'li. ILPON W. R., Di'Sler In ClKsrs, Tulmcuu, Hlatlnncrr. In Ftilka A Mi-ai.Ii,'m WIKUUiliOl.U o., Pioneer News Depot, alalu slrcel FASHION SALOON & CLUB ROOMS, TAKES PLEABTJRK IN IN,OKMlNO OLD patrons and nev one, that be will continue, m ii.vivil tv aJOl THE FINEST WINES, LIQUORS OIOARS TOBACCO, Man a facta red hy the Cnaolldteil Tobacco Co, of (nlirornlii. . Particular attention will hereafter be gtoen The Wholesale Trade. All deal ring to atoek Bara, In the city or ont ide camps, are invited to oall and sample good and learn prlcea Before Purchasing Elsewhere, PIHE-PIIOOP WHOLESALE STORE, BTODE Bnil.DINO SEXT TO THE COURT. HOUSE. rny'MI Single Bath, Seventy-five Cts. S 1,000 REWARD! ONE TIIOUBAND DOUGHS REWARD WILL be paid for the Arrest and Conviction or TUB TWO PKHNONS WHO ItOHIIKII THE Hamilton and Pioche Stage On Thursday Evening. Dec. 3d, 1874 P1VK IHMHKI IIDI.I.AIIN will Is, usld for tbe arrest and convli'tlon of i-itlinr .. of tbe party. WKI.LB, FAROO It CO., d"'1' Dy J. M. HK11.EHT, Am-nt. A CARD. Tho undirslRned belnic desirous of vlilllnu friends and relatione In California aud Hie Essl, lakes till, aiethed al Informing 111, patrons awl Uie public that ho hss lessrd his Assay flfli sud natures, for the teiui of three uiolilh lo A. E. Arnold, whom I recommend to the public as one competent to do niellluK and assaying correctly and In a satisfactory uiauuer. Ploche, Nevada, April 2th. IMS. spM-llm KINHEV I.AMI'H. EllW'l) CHATT1H, Commissioner for Nevada. Jas. li. Kwo, Notary Public KINO CHATTIN, (Successors to r'. 3. Thibault,deeeas-l,l ' - N OTA RIBS PUBLIC, CIOM MIPBIONKRH OP DEEllR FOR ALL TDK y Htates and Territories, Conveyancers, Uesl Estate ai-d Ueueral Ageuts. aTKfarticTilsr sttntion ffWen to the tsklnil of DtPOHlTIONH. Offlie 44'J Csllforula slmt. BAN FRAKCIBCO, CALIFORNIA. dlU-llui W. S. Stanstield, Proprietor