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THE PIOCHE DAILY RECORD.
JII.T . !. AM rilAMCItsCO STOCK REPORT. Baa Faajrcisco. July W. Segues) MOBSOe 8ALF9. 3 Ophir-55 HH 58, V X lis ss-i ' 210 Chollsr Potosi si 80 inn Half Norrnno 45 MS Crown Point as l 33 SI 151 Yellow Jacket- tt WO Imperial 1 ' nl 440 Empire Mill 7',bJO i)U Oatuck 15 H IS !' 3lOAipbe21 20H 20 411) Belcher 29 39w 29SH5 29 330 Con Virginia 333 ! 331 346 MO 45 (JonflVDc 24 ICai Sierra Nevada- 13 19 19 WthW 19'. 2ub30 20 34-10 California 63 6i 2? 3b5 aw Dimj-1 5 Bullion S3 S 6 En hequer 200 710 Overman 77 77 78 79 SO 79H 7 10 Se Belcher 96 35 Justice U0 ISM Cniou Con 9 9 9! '. 9 S110 Lady Bryan 1 IS 1H 660 Julia 25lb5 21 S3 ' 370 Caledonia 27 27)1 271 330 Globe li 40 Knickerbocker- 3 800 Baltimore Con t 4 It 4 35 Utah W 16 It 470 Silver HiU-U U 11 10', 10 AFTERNOON BALES. TOMexlow Valley H H 11 Eureka Oon 64 S64 MH 65 140 Jackson 2 H 2S Ji Phoenix 3 30 Pioche 3 1 10 American Fls 1)4 130 Belinout 3 Si ISO Kaymoud Jy 47 41 100 Rye Patch 1 AO Pnissisu 1 H 415 Leu parti 16 ' 10 17 1()0 K K Con T45 JenVraoB 41i i 4't 499 (ilia 4 4S 60 Panther 1 4,f0TiKer-H M0 30 St Patrick 1 H 700 Mansfleld 80c 8Se n) 490 Golden Chariot 1 H 1 H 1 40 Mahogany V 100 South Chariot 78c 225 Poornian I 4 830 lUinoi- Central -8 450 South Mountain 1 H 90 Eclipse 714 680 Chal lenfte 6 H f 535 Day ton 5 4 4 850 Rock Island 3H 4 140 N Con 8 4 3't 4o0 American Flat 3 205 Phil Sheridan 1 IS 0 Tyler 635 Woodvillc S 3 60 Mint- H 49c 140 Lady Weshlnirton 2 6-20 Konnith 2 H 2 ! 800 Original G H Quartz IH ITU Heg Rock Island 1 33-25 Andes! 5b30 400 Florida 8 3030 1500 Well Fargo ta 40c 250 Amazon - one 62 He 210 Prospect 4 ! 500 Georitie 10c 200 Maryland J luOPacinc 3V( 150 Cosmopolitan 53c 00c 230 Leviathan 1 9Sc H 8-25 California 63 ) CIH 67b90 63 35 Con Virginia 333 3.34 313 H 320 Gould & Curry 19 H 19 K 20b30 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES Bt OILMAR & S.tLIBBUBY'a HAMILTON I.HfK: Mrs Beck That onr worthy Deputy Sheriff, Goo. Binlsall, is a devout reader of the scrip tares is a fact not generally understood. Ia practical following of the precepts therein oontained be excels. Ia accordance with the homely bnt trutblnl proverb of that holy book, yesterday did he set to work diverse delinquents who were oon nntd in the donjon-keep. By them was a large pile of dirt removed. That a pious regard for the health of his charges was the main-spring of George's action, we have no doubt. That the contractor for prison rations will petition for au in crease of his remuneration is exceedingly probable. That the health of the pris oners is much improved is a fixed fact. To the shorn Samson of the establish ment we extend our sympathy. That be may grow in grace and wisdom as his hirsute adornment lengthens, is our de vout hope. Bukl Alive. Frqni Matt. Magney, who arrived from Arizona yesterday, we learn that he left Williams Fork, Mohave oounty, Arizona, on the 1 1th of the pres ent month; that Dave Buel was olive and well that day, and was just about starting np his smelting worss at that place, so the rumor in regard to his death, published in the Enterprise and copied by the Becobd, is altogether with out foundation. Matt reports everything at present in that country as being iu a very stagnant condition nothing doing and money very scarce. As thh trial of John D. Loe for participating in the Mountain Meadows massacre, is now the absorbing topic, and many would like to see what kind of an appearing individual be is, their curiosity can be gratified by calling at tha business Office of the Kboobd, where there is a picture of John D. Lee, bis counsel, tha U. S. Marshal Maxwell and the Deputy Marshal Stokes. Rubbm Case. The referee case iu which Donahue & Quillen are plaintiffs and John A. Steele defendant, oami np again before J. C. Foster, the referee, yesterday, but on account of various ex cuses presented by the ioverul attorneys, nothing wasdone in the matter, and it was postponed until Tuesday, Angnst the 3d. Removal. The Lightuer Hook 4 Lad der Company and Pioche Hose Company yesterday moved their apparatus and parsphernaliafrom the Truck House (the old Recobd office) on Main street, to the lot owned by both those companies on Main atreei, immediately adjoining the San Jose House, by which operation they ia saved from paying any rent. Pbomctiok Hosb No. 2.-A E Arnold, Secretary of the Protection Hose, received the following dispatch from the terminus of the Utah Southern Railroad yesterday: Yo," Jy 2u Hos carnage shipped to-dav HT,h White 4 Co. - It wfi probacy arrWeln Pionhe about the 12th of August" Piochs Hos Co. intend erecting a uuBs nous on mat portion of their lot on Main street lnsidoot sixty days. Tbev will kftva if. rmilt ust it ,,,. K ... the apparatus and also for business nieet- Cleam Stbeets. Owing to the con stant exertions of E. McAvoy, the main streets of Pioche are kept in a neat and - wUU...vlK uk.u uuwuuih ii t xne healthy status of the citizens of this barg. The cabla of the Ruymoud Ely was repairtd aud placed in position o that the men employed there started to work I'toiu ij morning, Those interested in tha spring on Mc Caunou street will please notice a call lor a meeting this Friday evening, at 7 o'clock, at the spring. " Tb Salt Lake 8tttK9 Ml piucQ9 UrcU, morning at 6 o'clock without pas- BtTLtioK Baiww.I'we.'fc,' Fargo & SVteiT1 W4 bai- ".ountlog Locm Solomou formerly of Pioche : now located in Planet City, William.' ; Fork. Mohave oounty, Ariwua. "I,sm Kittled Don. Settling dogs is again getting to be one of the popular amuae mente of Pioche. We noticed one going down Main street yesterday with a kettle attached to hie eaodla appendage; when we say going, we mean going pretty fast, say at the rate of nfteea Bailee an hour. The way be went we judpe he would reach Hamilton, if not stopped, in about ten hours. We felt inclined to telegraph to tbat town and inform the inhabitant thtt the kettled dog wo liable to arrive there any minute. If the dog succeeds in getting to Hamilton at the time stated, we intend to run a line of tbat kind to carry the pony mail . A lecttbk was delivered at Bullion villa on Tuesday evening lost by Prof. Fierce. We have tried to get some par ticulars of the lecture and also the sub ject on which he discoursed, but have ignommionsly failed. The parties from whom we sought the information telling us that the lecturer did not know on what subject he was speaking, it being a sort of pot pourri, commencing with the birth of Adam and winding op with the number of kittens a cat had at a time. " Bob. Fclks, accompanied by Geo. C. Johnston, N. Wescoatt and Dr. Deal, knowing that the proprietor of the Re cord had been confined to the bouse for a conple ol weeks, called on him yester day with a four-in-hand turnout and gave him an agreeable ride. Bob holding the ribbons, in which he is an adept and managing the team with the skill of n pilot of a steamer. We have engaged at considerable ex pense J. E. Lucas, Deputy Census Mar shall of Pioche, to furnish the Recobd with items of interest from the Centen nial Exhibition of 187(3 at Philadelphia. We have been thus early in engaging Mr. Lucas as he intends starting shortly ao ss to get to Philadephia early, as he is goinR by " Walkers Line," and that line is mtber alow. Blessed is 'he that bloweth bis own trumpet for then it will bo blowed, is a text from scripture, but we forget of which part, and we were forcibly re minded of tbat fact by hearing a number of the fire boys discussing the relative merits of each other in case of a fire no one praising bis neighbor but all going in for themselves. A sliuht skirmish occcurred last even ing at the corner of Main and Meadow Valley streets. Ouly one blow was ex changed, and the man that was hit did not find it out, and consequently did not return it, thusly the war closed. The wind blew considerably yesterday during a portiou of the day, and the clouds looked durk. We were in hopes of bavins another shower, but it failed to sprinkle. Fbkioht. Wsterdsy Molt, Fish Sc. Co. and D. C. Clark & Bro. received a lot of freight forwarded to them via Salt Lake City by the forwarding-bouse of Hugh White & Co. Tbk pump of the Raymond & Ely mine has not been placed in thorongh working order, but it is expected it will be to-day, about the same amount of water in the shaft. Ibn't it funny to think that we are 3,0C0,000 miles, more or less, nearer the sun than we were last January. Tbk Hamilton stage arrived last even ing at 0:30. One passenger aboard and Fred. Gilmer. The Salt Lake stage arrives in Pioche to-day. BY TELEGRAPH! SPECIAL TO Til PIO0HK UAtLV HM.'OKO, BY WK8TKBN UNION LINK. Eastern Dispatches. New Yokk, July 2!). The Trenton Banking Company, of Trenton, N. J., which lost 160,000 by the Jay Cooke failure, loses $100,000 by the susceusion of Duncaq, Sherman &Co. A responsible ofiioer of one of tbe largest banks in this city yesterday stated Duncan, Sherman & Co. bad nearly $700,000 tied np in securities of the Mobile and Ohio Rail road Company, of which Duncan is President, and a small amount in tbe Selma and Gulf Railroad; also in one of their settlements it is understood that Duncan, Sherman & Co. had been obliged to take $300,000 iu Alabama State bonds, whioh are now quoted at 3j cents on the dollar. J. B. Ford & Co., iu a c.ird. Hiy the depression in their book busimsa since the panic of '73, was aggravated by fire in their bindery February lust, which paralysed the Spring sales. They claim their assels.at bare cost, exceed their lia bilities by over $80,000. The Christian Union they say is sustained by ample capital; its condition is sound and its prospect bright. Tlie stateui-nt that it has lost ground siuoe Die trial ia not true. Ford & Co.'s connection with it is simply they have b. ei employed as publishers of tho 'pap-r; (hey have re signed that charge, and after Iho 15th of August it will Vim- transf-ir-d to thir successors. Denvkb,-Col., July 23.-A rlesperaie escape by 'seven dospara loo was made from tbe County Jail here yesterday. Wheu Sheriff Willoughby nii.I the jailor wero absent, and two guards. El ward Holtz ami Lse Sophias, weTe on duty In the ante-room of tli- j,il, ih prisoners sawed off a bar an. I pn .PI,ly came upon the guards, whi n a desperate 8trugijle ensued, tha prisoners using an iron bar aud a sluDg-sUot .'iif Mron in a sack. Tbe guircis were terribly beaten and locked iu a cell. The prisoners tben armed themselves and l(t. Their names are Hall, Wilder, LeigUton, Collins, Mo Donald, Strauss mi Martin Daley. The guard Edward Holla will die, a i ,u9 guard Sophiers U ti idly iujured. Pur suit was made by the County officer Two hundred dollars reward jH offered for each, dead or alive. LiT.rC..j;ia, aud b...-y have b. en captured.' " - Mauiktta, O., July 2!). storm passed over us last uiKht, causing a heavy loss of property. Too five, story warehouse of the Masi-lta Chair Company,, filled with furniture, was blown down and with the ooutents des, troyed. The loss is tN'im Ued at $73,. Q00. The whole oouqtry is Mibinc rgd and crops greatly injured. New Yobk, July 29. It appear trans fers of real estate have bam made at the Register! office this week ou the part of Wb, Butler, Duncan and other members of the firm, to the amount of one million and a quarter dollars. The deed just recorded date from '68 to 74, the name of the giantee ia freshly inserted in dif ferent hand writing from tbe body of the deed. Caiuo, 111.. July 20. Capt. Sydney was shot and killed last night while sit ting in bia own house at Carbondale. The perpetrator is unknown, but sus pected to be one Williamson of the county band, as he had been threatened by them. Pacific Coast. 8a Fbascisco, July 2'.). The San Francisco Stock Exchange Board yester day, after a heated debate, passed a resolution holding members of said Board responsible for their customers funds entrusted to their care, and giving to said customers a claim agains valuable board-seats of 6uch members. Until now numbers of the Board could use funds entrusted to their care, being utter ruin to their customers and the stock dealing public. Vet they continue to be equal to tbe task of making any honest member retain a $25,000 seat and a busi ness netting from two to five thousand dollars per mouth; second, the failure of Mr. R. C. Page Within a short period of his notice of bankruptcy proceedings in said esse, and loud and angry com plaints of the sufferers by tbe failure against the one-sided law of the Stock Board referred to, was the probable cause of yesterday' action. Sas Fbancibco, July 29. Charles Kuchel, clerk for C. W. Fox, a stock broker, has been fonnd to have robbed him to the amount of about sixty thou sand dollars, mostly in California and Con. Virginia stock. He was arrested and ia undergoing an examination by bis employers and Capt. Lees. It is thought about $20,000 may be recovered. Ku chel is only 20 years old and has been leading a very fast life. San Francisco, July 29. On tbe de fendant's motion to vacate on order of tbe Court granting possession of certain land to plaintiffs in the case of the Spring Valley Waterworks Company va. San Mateo County Water Company, Judge Sharpstein to day rendered a do cision denying the motion. The Exchequer Mining Company has filed with the County Clerk a certificate of increase of capital stock from $2,100, 000 in 8,000 shares, to $10,000,000 in 100,000 shares. Amount of capital stock paid in is certified to be $170,000 or $22 on each original share. The Company has no debts or liabilities outstanding. Beaveb, U. T., July 29. Alter a re oess to-day Isaao Reddle testified that Haight, at Cedar, at the time of tbe mas sacre, told witness tbat be bad better go borne, as trouble was appreheuded with the Indians. William Roberts testified that in talking with Lee at tbe time of the massacre, Lee said what was done was done by his orders. Prosecution here rested. Defense presented an affi davit by telegram of a physician in Salt Lake that Brigham Young and George A. Smith were too feeble in health to come to Bsaver, which caused a discussion on its admissibility. Court decided against admission. Court then adjourned till to morrow, at the request of the defense. Beaveb, U. T., July 29. After tbe dis covery to-day of Lee's preparations to break jail, orders were issued that no one should visit him in jail except his at torneys. This evening Emma, one of his wives, an English Gipsy, demanded admission to the jail, and the jailor re fused, quoting his ordera. The woman made a disturbance, and finally assaulted the jailor with a rock, knocking him down. A warrant was issued and Emma was lodged in jail. The stute of affairs ia such here that General Maxwell has ordered Lee in double-irons. The state ot the public pulse is anything bntngrHe-able. Foreign News. London, July 211. The Post iu a finan cial article soys: Shares of tbe Anglo American Company advanced yesterday, while those of the direct U. S. Cable de clined, ou an unconfirmed rumor tbat S. S. Faraday has abandoned the attempt to repair the injury to the direct oablo and is returning to England. Direct Cable shares are now quoted at jC7. A grand banquet is to be given this evening at Guild Hall by the Lord Mayor of London, to tbo various muuio ipal heads of British and foreign cities and towns, assembled in response to the Lord Mayor's invitation. The prepara tions are very elaborate, it ia said the decorations alone oost $30,000. .V ball in honor of tbe visitors takes place to-morrow evening in the buiUing. Gold to the amount of 118,000 weut into the Bmk of England on balance to-day. Park, July 29. Many telegrams have been received hero from Americans in various parts of the contiutnt holding letters if credit issued by Duncan, Sherman & Co., which have been dis honored. It was rumored here to-day tbat English, and. American hankers would discard Duncan, Sherman & Co.'s circulating notes, aud there was much discussion, when the report was found untrue. London, July 28. The Bank of Eng land to-day reduced the rate of dicount to 2, per cent. THE LEE TUI VU spkcial TO THE bkcorh. Bkavkb, Utah. Julv 29. 8:30 n. m The defendant filed a written ubjectiou to thrt court proceeding further iu the ease, on the grounds that there is no legal term of the court now being held; that the Governor's proclamation ex tending the term to July is void. Wells Spicer then mode the opening statement for the defendant, fully reviewiug the fact and history of. the case, giving a nne and interesting staUmeut of the condition of tbe country people in 1857. and the mode of governing people by their rules aud dangers from the Indiana. Hia remarks were listened to with marked attention by a large and interested audi ence, nis opening occupied four bonrs and closed as follows: "It is the theory of the defense tbat John D. Lee went to the scene ot the conflict as soon as be learned that the Indians threatened to attack the emigrants for the purpose of pacifying the Indians and in order to save human life. For two days he ex erted every effort to draw off the Iudiao and save the live of the emiruuts. Af ter the Indians had been attacking lh train for some days, finding their ina bility to capture the people or dislode them from their strong corral, they be came exasperated and demanded that Lee and the whites around there should aid tbe Indians to capturo and kill lh emigrants, and that upon a failure of Lee and the whites to aid tbe Indians, then they would declura a war of ex termination against the whites in the settlements, and they then threatened to kill Lee unless be would at once help them to kill all the emigrants; tbat then tbe life bf Lee was saved from the Iu dians attack by the interposition of Oscar Hamlin; that to avoid a massacre being accomplished by the Indians, Lee sent a dispatch to Haight by Higbee asking Haight to send assistance to him to enable him Bave the emigrants from slaughter and to draw off the Indians; that knowing tbat word hod been sent to Haight by Lee, the Indians agreed to wait upon the whites and spare Lee's life until the return of his messenger After the return of the messenger the Indians were promised tbe property of the emigrants if they would drnw off and let the emigrants alone; this the Indians agreed to, and did draw off early in the morning so ns to lead the whites there with Lee to believe that the Indians had abandoned the contest; that afterward Bateinan went with a flag of truce and made tbe treaty with the emigrants, aud that at this treaty it was agreed that the emigrants should give their property to the Indians and that the lives of the people should be spared, and they con ducted back to Cedur City. That these facts were mado known to Lee and he ment to c irry out the terms of the treaty and did, so far as he could, aid the emi grants to escape, and took tbe children placed under bis charge to Hamblin'a ranch. That tho Indians violated their treaty and rushed upon tha people con trary to the wish or direction of the whites, and did the killing without the uid of uny whites except P. K. Smith. That Klingen Smith baa not told the truth in this case, that the prosecution has not sustained tbe allegations iu the indictment, that Lee has not committed any act whioh shows legal guilt, that there never was any orders issued such as Klingen Smith Bwears to, that the killing of the emigrants was an act of Indian atrocity and not" ohargeable to the defendant nor any white man or men." Samuel Pollock who was sworn for the defendant gave a full statement of the condition of the country in '57 in southern Utah, also how tbe people came to be at the Meadows. Heard that the Indions bad attacked the train and killed most of them, that the people were called to go nnd bury the dead and save tbe living. The treaty was made to give the Indians the property of tbe em igrants, whoo lives were to be saved and taken to Cedar City. Lee was then sent to conduct them to Cedar City and went for that purpose. Thought the Indians had all gone, they were all out of sight. Lee started with tho emigrants in good faith. Tbe Indians rushed out and killed tbe people. Lee saved the child ren and took them to Hamblin ranoh. There were 400 or GOO Indians there who stole all tbe moveable property from the W8gons of the emigrants, and stripped the dead whites, but did not do that till next day. Klingen Smith gave orders nnd superintended tuo taking of the wagons and stock to Cedar, but did not take the children ns he swore. This witness changes the aspect of the case, Wm. Young waa present with Lee on the field and knows that Lee opposed the massacre. The Court refused to allow the witness to stute what Lee said imraedtateJy before the killing. Defendant filed a written offer to prove same. Counsel argued at length. Court ruled firm for prosecution; defenduut ex cepts. The flag of truce waa carried by Bateman nnd not by Lee. Lee was off the field and not in sight when the kill ing waa done. He took children to Ham blin's, and saw him on the field no more. The excitement ia inoressing in town; false rumors are in circulation, and much ill feeling produoed by outside parties. The counsel for defeuso is still confident of their success. The people hero are all siding with the prosecution, aud the de fense H laboring under great difficulties. The end approaches, will clo3e in a few days. , . Q.AX Iti ... . v.ri r. ...-me evMence last evening was as follows: Robert Kershaw-Ite- sided in Beaver since '07.' Georee A. Smith preached in the public square the weea uetore tney came; he forbid nnv trade or sals of provisions; John Morgan traded a cheese tor a blanket, and was "out off" next week for the same in the Church; ho was "cut off" 8cauao be sold the cheese and disobeyed tho coun cil; Seth Dodpe had gone to the camp of the train iu Beaver, and forbid people trailing; lulimuteti to them that Geo. A. Smith said Johnston's army was ooming, and must save provisions; he expected the people fotild, haro to flee to tbe mountains; expected war, and was preparing to fight the army." E. C. Mathews' evidence was sameas that of Wm. Mathews, except that he saw a few nuked bodies; passed tne Meadows next morning. James Pearce Wag fourteen years eld at the time;-was there with a gun; the Indiuns were numerous; he was tick and ale fiech beef; got sick in camp; at the lime thought tbe Indians had killed them; beard whites say arrest or kill tbe emigrants because they had threatened to return from California and kill tbe people and take our homes; some whites wanted to kill all, bnt otbets ob jected; P. K. Smith, the leader ou tbe field, wanted all killed; did not see the field after the masscre; the property was taken to Cedar, none to tbe south. E. W. Thompson Saw tha train pass Ba-. ver; he describes it, but nevea heard Geo. A. Smith preach agninat the emi grants; did not sea tim fa, Bearer'befor. or after the train passed; heard Farns wortb. bishop of Beaver, read a letter from the authorities at Bait Lake uUi how to prepare for the trouble. Frank King-Was with the emigrants t Eini. grant Canyon, east of Salt Lake; inow nothing after they passed west from there. Bishop and Baslxia had soma sharp sparring during the day. Raskin said Bishop's apologies were worse than tbe first attack. The prosecution will close soon. Spicer will make the opening statement for tbe defendant. Bishop ana isaskiu are preparing some strong speeches for the summing up. The in terest ineresses, and the town is full of rumors of all kind. A Wobdto Biluakd Platebs. Henrv Mahlstedt, at tbe Panaea Saloon. Laoour street, has just placed in his saloon two of the finest billiard tables to be found on the Pacific Coast, one of them being a full sized French carom table and the other small three-fourth parlor table. They are fitted with Phelan & Collen der's everlasting steel plate cushions, and were made by Liesenfeld, of San Francisco. Now, all you billiard players, here is a ohance to show your skill both at billiards and pool. You Deed never leave tbe saloon for want of finding an opponent, for Ely will always be on hand to accommodate you at either game, and will be liberal enough to give you a good show and not beat yon all the time. You csn always find on band also a large as sortment of No. 1 liquors, with cigars of the best brands. One prioe 1 One bit ! A word to the wise is sufficient. tf The Centennial Commissioners have visited Pioche, and expressed themselves as pleased with the appearance In things, especially of the drinks at the Panaea saloon. One prioe, one bit. Ifyouwunt any tin ware, sheet iron and oopper war- manufactured or repair ed, and also plumbing at very low prices, go to J. J. Ilulpin & Co., who employ none bnt first-class workmen. tf. Cbeesb! Cheese! One thousand pounds 0f t''9 RiTer Cheese; also, best East ern Cheese, for sale, to the trade or at retail, at T. C. Pomade's. Ice cbsam at the San Jose every day from 1 p. m. to 10 p. m.. manufactured lrom pure cream and fresh eggs. Best brands of Sack and Plug Tobaooo, Pipes. Pouches, etc., at Rolls Watt's, Dr. Lee's Drug Store. E. McAvox will deliver any hay free of charge to all parties buying tbe same from Billy the Stage Boy. jy7-lw Ice! Ice! delivered daily by me. Leave orders at Fulks & McAlpin's saloon.,- tf W.R.Wilson. Cioabs, all brands, qualities and kinds, for sale by Rolla Watt at Lee's drug store, Main street. "tf Ice, Cbibtal Icb, deliversd daily by 8. U. Martino. Leave orders at saloons of E. Hamilton or Fulks St. MoAlpiu. tf Tbe best of sherry and claret wines are to be had at T. C Ponjade's. lw Extba California butter to be bad at quillen & Donohue's, at $1 per roll. " Fresh California ranch butter at Jos, Coschina's, $1 per roll. tf Go to Alexander's for your drugs. E. B. Mott, Jb., Sacramento. 0. H. Fish, nocne, MOTT, FISH & CO.. Meadow Valley st. PIOCHE - - - NEVADA, IMPORTERS And J)ealers in ' HARDWARE, MILL AND MINING SUPPLIES. LIQTTCia, CIGaES, TOBACCO.""" PATRONIZE MANTJPACTUEES. GILROY CIGARS AND TOBACCOS r MANtirACTCBRD BY TBI - CONSOLIDATED TOBACCO CO., DELuotnan sales. timda.- fat ...aim ...17S ...Lite ..Mil ..J.Vtl .IttH -OF- California (.row n Tobacco. FULL AHHORTMENT OF THE ADOVX uooub constantly on band and fur sale San Francisco Prices, Krrlirht added, by J. G. LYNCH, GENERAL AGENT ..3815 ..WiS .lies ...VMS ...mm ...mi ...nut ...iwn ...2M7 ...2611 EASTERN - PLANTATION ) AT J an nura. ) NEVADA. (VACrOHnts AT ( OIUOT. THE CONSOLIDATED TOBACCO COMPANY Blacksmith's Iron and Hardware, Steel, STOVES Tinware. M-tt 3. 0. BSNDEBBOK. liao. T. Rivri. HENDERSON & RIVES Stock Brokers, HAVE MOVED TO THE BRICK BI ILD 11VO occupied by WW la, rargo to.. Main atKfit, when thry will continue to BUY oc SELL STOCKS HTRICTIV ON COMMISSION. CORRESPONDENTS: ""r. WOODS A FREEBORN, Stock Brokers. Me.ara. WKI.LS, FRGObCO.,Bankcra, mrfl-tf 8AK FBANCIBCO LOST. A CHECK DUAWN BY 1. CALIFORNIA. CASH CAPITAL--SI ,000,000 SALESROOM, 207 FRONT STREET, San Francisco. . CIGARS AND TOBACCOS StlNUFACTtTRED OF CALIFORNIA CROWN LEAF, JOHN C. LYNCH, Wholesale and Setail Liquor Merdhant, Corner Main and Laooor streets, ' PIOCHE, Pmirliitor nf - and tha Lontabllku1 well-know) F. W. t'LUTE. dated March 01 h. 187.1. on the Bank ot California, 8tn l'ranoiiwo, California, in favor of Reuben Alton.. The said check 1 numbered lWSmnd drawn for fW, waa loot in Floche July Mb, 1875. AU pnr'ies are cautioned aKainat ne gotiating aaiil eneck a payment . baa been stopped. Jy7-:ioa. FOR SALE . HIGHLAND, 30.000 BRICK. -I frill, ))B fl.l AT A REAHONAULV. ' J f KITE. , .to m . HATPIN. Agent TyUMUl and UJiilngCU. i ! m J . r I FASHION SALOON & CLOE RfiOMS WAKEN PLKAflURS IN lNFUUMINO OLD JL patrona and new one that he will oontinne, aabHrotctorotokwip , . -, - THE FINEST WINES, -ASJ- 1--IQUOI1S mmA BiM - w, paay.-Loeatio. of PnaclMl flaea iZT " Jraaxiaco. GUUofsla; looattoB ot uiatnct. uaaola awanlj. -7" kT-T ZZJTZ ILU, '.l "Tml umn opposite U JMJOB ot the mperttT shareholders, as tol- No. of In rt Blak.T t . aatia- Ain't Siifi Tniates MM loo SM ;' "an...... Btular Michael " H P. Truata. . Bnickman H. TroaU. cr3w Crand.ll w o. Truai""'S2 Crandall W a, Tnmm Chill Co It. Trnatee.. . iii CakillatCoK. TrnatMa.. lur Charles H A. Trtucss J377 Charles H A. Trustee W Charles H A. Trustee 'iwn i ramlall Oeo B. Trustee... Jul 9 uii rfonn. Cox John Child E r. Trustee... OopeOeo W, Trustee..... .1KB Cope Geo W, Trustee 21:14 Crocker J H. Trustee. ...aH Crocker J H. Trusts. HIC Crocker J H, Trustee !MKI tjouins Johanna.... ...... atuis Conyer C !, Trustee km DsTBan More. Trustee 3444 o R , Trustee 344S Trustee 344 ',-?n.Tniee UM4 Duncan W L, Trurt.'.TaM I'"1"" " i. rrostee Elsteln X, Troatoj... k'leianrasji John Fisher K, Trustee..!! Fisher K, Trustee... Fisher R, Trustee... risner K, 1 males..,. Ftsher B, Trustee... Fisher E, Trustee.., Fisher K, Trustee., , Fisher R, Trustee... Fisher R, Trustee. risner E, Trustee In 14 Orsy Michael OallaRherJ 11 3145 Orernhaum L. Trustee.. ..21X4 Oreenbaum L, Traate....35a Oreenbaum L, Trustee. .26NT Oreenbsum L. Trustee Glsoibonl N las U lambent N.... md Oreenali .....HeHO Gordon C P, Trustee IHIn Hatneld Wm M, Trustee...3'J48 Henberg I, Trustee.. ..,..31S Hawkins J t K, Trustee..,. 2M Hutchinson J, Trustee... .3617 Jacobs k Co M J. Trustees. .801 Kenny OA. Trustee 685 Kenny O A, Trustee 3A36 Kent B F, Trustee 3371 Kimball T L, Trustee 31103 Kimball T L, Trustee ... 30(13 KiniballTL, Trustee 2H31 Kimball T L, Trustee 3823 Kimball T L, Trustee 323 Lazure L T, Trustee 147D Letcher J ....3440 Leventhal 8, trustee 3(113 Lund H M 22611 Mackintosh Wm, trustee., .11114 Mackintosh Wm, trustee... lt5 Middlaton 8 P, trustee 3506 Mlddleton 8 P 2613 Mitchell Job 3463 Newman Edward ....2(1111 Noble HH, trustee 1H93 Noble H H, trustte 3030 Noble H H, trustee 2U31 Noble H H, trustee 3034 Noble HH. trustee 3047 Noble H H, trustos 3UAO Noble H H. trustee gOM Noble H H, trustee. .2083 Noble H H. trustee 31(11 Noble HH, trustee 32SS Noble H II, trustee 333S Noble H H, Trustee 211s Noble II H, Trustee 2SH4 Noble B H. Trustee 39V Soble H H, Trustee...... ..33DH Home H u, Trustee 3387 Noble H H, Trustee 3620 Noble BHkOo, Trustees. .3610 Noble 11 Ht Go. Trustees. .3671 NunanT J .....7H1 O'Connell Jaa A 213T O'Dunnell J 3A'2Q Perkina A B 366s Phelan P. trustee 3488 Rose L 8, trustee 316 Richardson IA, trustee.... 3att Richardson K A, trustee. .. .4(11 Richardson R A, trustee. , . .668 Richardson E A true tee.... 731 Richardson E A, trustee... .713 Richardson E A, trustee.... 8(18 Richardson E A, trustee. .. .817 Richard eon A, trustee.. ..824 Richardson E A, trustee.... D4 Richardson E A, trustee. . , . 131 Richardson E A, trustee... 1KB3 Richardson E a, trustee... lwte Richardson E A, Trustee.. .3(186 Richardson E A, Truste...3uRB Richardson E A, Trustee. . .236 Richards, n E A, Trustee.. .24416 Richardson E A, Trustee... 3636 Richardson HA. Trustee... 3623 Smiley T J L .2644 Hmlley T J L 3643 BmlleyT J L 2646 Smiley T J L 3647 BmlleyT JL 2660 Bnerwood B F 3564 Mherwood At Co B F, trust. .633 Schmieden H, trustee 16A1 Bchmitt M, trustee 1067 Sanger J 3014 Schmieden, HocliBtaater Co, trustees. 24CR Schmieden, Hochhtadtcr ft Co, trustees 2400 Schmieden, Huchstadter At Co, trustees 2471 Schmieden, Hochstadtcr k Co, trustees 3474 Schmieden, Hochstadter k Co, trustees 247S Schmieden, Hochetadter h Co, trustees 2470 Schmieden, Hochstadter k .Co, trustees 3477 Schmieden. Hochstadter Co, trustees 2478 Schmieden, Hochstadter A Co, trustee 2470 Schmieden, Hochstadter At Co, trustees 2480 Schmieden, Hocbstadlcr k Co. Trustees 2481 Schmieden, Hochstadter As Co trustees 2487 Schmieden, Hoohstadter Co, trustees 2S3D Schmieden, Hochstadter it Co. trustees 3658 Schmieden, Hochstadted At Co, trustees 2660 Scbmeidell. Hochstadter k Co, trustees 2563 Senmeidell. Hochstadter k Co, trustees 2575 Scnmetdell, Hochstadter ft Co, trustees 2681 Bt hmeidell, Hochetadter k Co, trustees... ..26V7 Schmieden, Hochstadter At Co, trustees 2508 Schmieden, Hochstadter Co. trustees 2690 Schmieden, Hochstadter k Co. trustees 2ui Trsnor k Knox, trustees.. .1111 Turnbull k tmitu tntsiwa.au Chler J Clem, trustee...... 64T Uhler J Clem, trustee.. ,.16B TJhlerJ Clem, tiustee 1710 Uhler 1 Clem, trustee.....". .1RU6 Uhler t Clem, trustee... . ..1899 Ihler J Clem, trustee. 1915 Lhlor 1 Clem, trustee 2110 Vincent Chas, trnatee. .... .2360 Vtmont J N, trustos.. ,.25'28 wade A Jr, trustee.... .....nau Wade A P, trustee...... ...178 Wad A P, trustee. 1843 WaueAP, trustee.. ....... 1881 Wade A P., trustee... ...1863 Wade A P, trustee., ........1854 Wade A P trustee....... ..)" wade A r, trustee. Wade AP, trustee. Wade A P, trustee. Wsde A P, trustee. Wade A P, trustee. Wade A P, trustee. Wsde A P. trustee., Wade A P, trustee. it 10 50 100 60 ino JO 00 . ss 'ia . 10 30 10 SO " 100 1(10 so 60 36 10 SO 30 30 IS Ml IS 50 O 25 50 10 50 10 SO 30 ' 60 60 AO 50 Ml 60 50 log loO KM CO 103 100 .1(0 1(10 50 60 St) 10 500 . 30 50 AO 5 50 160 10 50 50 SG0 60 50 60 30 100 300 60 1(10 2660 3b0 40 ICQ 60 60 60 1(10 60 100 100 1U0 25 60 100 6 1(H) 100 100 35 60 100 30 30 101) ion 2(1 60 no loo 5 20 ' 30 30 ' 30 6 20 30 100 too 60 60 50 60 80 100 25 100 100 100 100 60 100 60 6 60 160 ion- 11 M s ' M so as so 10 3S 13 50 '. 12 50 10 s S ' SO 50 25 ts 13 50 S 10 10 13 50 as -T50 25 25 . 13 50 25 ' ' as 50 . 45 IS 25 25 as iA ts 26 25 6U 50 60 -tt 50 60 - 50 - 60 25 as 30 6 a&a 10 25 26 250 26 6 5 "SS 38' 160 35 25 26 10 . 50 100 36 60 1276 luo 30 ' 15 , 36 - 36 , 36 -60 20 60 60 60 13 50 - 35 ' 60 350 " 60 so AO 13 60 . 36 60 - 10 . 16 60 I 60 10 25 26 60 250 10 10 10 10 360 10 15 60 50 30 35 25 36 16 60 13 50 60 60 60 60 26 60 26 3 60 35 75 100 i'-80-. .20 26 26 25 25 25 M) . 60 60 . 13 60 12 60 12 60 12 60 12 50 12 60 12 60 12 60 .2 60 J2KI 2 100 ' 60 ISO 20 26 78 10 SO I IS (EMWXOTltB. liTOBAOCO. Mb ai ttVsctured by the. , Consolidated Tobacco Co. , of t'a.llfirnjft mHIS IS TO NOTIFY ALL WHOM IT MAY I concern thst tho only persons antbortaed by tbe Board, of Centennial Fair Commissioners for the state of NcTade to set as collectors of mineral specimens for exhibition at Philadel phia are Hbkkv B. WarrHBBLa and W. Fbahx STKWtn-rt and that all snob Bpeotmens placed in their hands will bo trail emitted in Onetime to tbe said Centennial Fair. - .. " This notice is made to correct aar wjlsapnn. tensions which may bars arisen oat of the tec that another parry, a person bsarrns: end an Mala from the National Board aa a Bpeeumn eollestor has preceded Mesnra. WhlteeUl and Stewart in soiue parts ol 'the state, cawing (no doubt uu. Intentionally) the impress to prevail that he JsooUectiror to the nwara of; anrtbr Yuthor.t? form. th Ml ,. ...2000 298 3044 ...... .S48 ......260 2608 50 60 IS 60 10 ISO , 20 25 2R 80 GO , 60 60 60 ." 60, 60 60 : 60 1 80 '" to 1 50 60 ino 60 ' no 100 3936 100 - ' CO 20 ' Kt SO 60- MO .1761 ..snot ..3043 ..3818 ..2411 ..2437 ,..1878- .2328 100 26 25 750 35 6 W 10 13 60 13 60 IS . 36 25 . 26 r6 25 , a6 26 36 36 36 36 3D 3 60 26 60 60 1062 60 50 25 10 6 35 36 50 Slfracd, O. O. HTKYltirBGN , 1- -1 : I , . ft. M. YERIXOTON. " ! H.F.WOE. .i 'J..- 'T-V. 1 ' v Committee) Nevada . :- , ,. Board of Centennial Com ,. , . ' mtaaioiurs. Pioche Record, Eureka Sentinel sad DetlJ 1 ouTur atato p issue copy, zor one month. VaiUculac attention will hareSfler be given Vh Wholesale Trade. All desiring to stock Bars, tu the oltj r or jmt. aide camps, are invited to sm sample soods and learn prices Befo'r Purohaaslng; Uivhwrfj. WHOLESALE STORE, wenainser F 8, trustee. Wan.(nizer F 8, White IT H, trustee. White V H, trustee. White M, trustee.., Wbite M. trustee... nndenhlreW 0, A.rrienhlre'W C. trustee And In accordance with law and an order of the Board of Directors, made en the 7th day of May, 1876. so awn shares of each parcel of such stock ss may he nooses ry will be sold at public auction, at the otto of tha Company, Boom a. Ho. 400 Calnonits street, San Francisco, California, n.Fi ana NlmUa day ot Jmtr, 1876, at IS Mar or paa o'clock p. m. of said day, to pay ssld delltt quent assessment thereon, tossthsr wm eosta of .aTertUlug "fJSSSIiivy. Office: Room 2. No. 409 CalUoiaia s" Francteeo, CalUotnta. - .amiJisw" a7,isu .8TOKE BDIIsSiao HIV Ta . , Xl OODlTBOVt'' l , Pawsas At a meeilna of tts Board of Wf?0".?! July oth, 1875, ! iri-v 187B iamw hour and piece. wtmbatv; Maaetarv. No. iO CaiUorBia street, ftaJI ' men BmTUl 3, rraciso).CsJlforia. The above sals Is hereby poatpoaed aatU wrt.ay. Jaly SOta, 1875, attftaiamabwar ? i i'-'r-U PMBALU V(astry. nmi Bnnm, a. w auk rs i laaai s 'Si. J v&'