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THE PIOCHE DAILY RECORD.
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ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. ARRIVALS. bx hcoh white's mix lass link: Jno R James DEPARTURES. BX OILlfIB ft lALISBCBX'l HAMILTON LINK: Mm Walsh County Oommisbionebs. The Board of County Commissioners met yesterday at 12 o'clock and transacted the follow ing business; The list of the active members of the Fioche Firs Department was presented, accepted and ordered filed. The bill of the School Census Marshal of Eagle Valley School District was presented, but not being in form was not considered. The resignation of John Castle as one of the School Trustees of Eiko School District was presented and accepted, and H. Sharp was appointed to fill the vacancy. Little Bpring Valley School Distriot as established by Nye county was adopted by this oounty with the same officers, etc The following bills were then allowed: H. Sharp $15 A. Fife $75.25, G. V. Birdsall 18G, It. F. Wilson $.")0, Dr. Fbilson $1:10, M. Richardson $100, 0. Bartlettson $50, Ph. Felsenthal $17.50, C. Bartlettson $51.25, W. II . Henderson $24.50, C. Brtlett8on $10 25, Floral Springs Co. $45.75. VV. L. McKee $fifi, C, Casberry $145.50, M. Quillen $450, C. Casberry $126, Dr. Lee $25, TJ. E. Allen $55.75, John Lezenby $31.50, H. Ward $45, A. Fife $100, B. Smith $2133. The fol lowing bills Were, lniil nvee nntil no-vft meeting: P. Holland and Whits Pine county. Also bill of George Goldthwaite for salary, on the grounds that he has nnl iwimnliA.t n. . , U . 1. 1 1 . 1 ' . . . v vuujpuv-u wuu tug mw, i u lijis, mat he kaa nnt hia n....l - "ta unniKiij lOUll UB required by the law. It is also further ordered tbut the Clerlr nf il,o T)nn. n tify Geo. Goldthwaite to appear before U .. T .. -.1 . i : . .. "iu ait tuvir nexs meeting, and show oanse why he should not file a new bond. The Board then adjourned to meet J riday, August 6th. As mant people are under the impres sion that the name by which an Indian is known, that of Mr. Lo. is neonlinr In them and was never possessed by anyone . uoro 10 mj lna( 8I, BUcn X(jfcag are the result of ignorance, as this local Has found the name in the New Testa mentwhich he reads every morning at his devotiong-in the parable of the seven wise and seven foolish virgins," andrnnain this wise, " Lo, the bride groom oometh." Qurr a bevy of little misses visited onr office last evening arrayed after the fashion of their elders, pull-back skirts, twins, etc., 'complete, and afforded ns' MMidenbl mirth. One young lady in Wipouse to a remark we made concern ing her appearance, informed us she was eleven years old the 28th of June, and We8r toain'" d we. greed Piochk Hos Compajtt held a meeting last evening and made the following unanimous nominations: RussSoott of gneer; Earl HimUton. of Lightner Hook and Ladder Company for 'ts Assistant Engineer, and J D wnst, of Pioohe Hose Company for second Assistant Engineer. Company adjourned to their regular monthlv meeting. 1 Liqhthkk Hook aw Ladder. We nnderstand that this oompany is going to stand in for Knss. Scott for Chief En gineer and Earl Hamilton for 1st Assist ant. w9 suppose their vote for 2d MUnt will be divided between the nominees of the Hose Companies. Jrnmcg Couins The case of George oyd against Manown, Johnaton and Aiu i??8 p Jeerdr ore Justice 10th '.r?A P'Poned nnhl August I0'" 10 o'clock. An attachment suit PardrV111- VBrDOn Bgai08t . Dtv.ni.-The State Bank of Nevada n,UI,h",'M wiU oticed in o? t.oVrtn?Sin8.COl0mn- W'th " dividend ontn earning, f0, ,h. Th ? ,u y' Pble Angost 10th f, fk nJt6M ,B the dividend spelWwel for the management of that S Buliioh San-MMT.-Well Fargo & S IwaW 3tale'Ahy hm? counting 'OTB -early n(tott Qften at the flr. " ! election to-day. "Hk that seeketh shall find." The truth of this scriptural maxim was illus trated in the ease of one of the "Bkcobd typoa" yesterday. It appears that some four weeks inee during the holidays onr typo returned to the Bkcobd office, where be lodges, in that condition that Shakespeare speaks of as being loaded with "sack" and having a sprinkling of coin about his person, thought that it would be a wise plan to place the coin in some secret place least in the night " thieves should break in and steal," he did so, and the said secret place remained a mystery to him until yesterday, when, as he was engnged in dnncing an Irish jig, to a whistle accompaniment, in the editor's sanctum, his feet came in con tact with something that sounded me tallic. He tried it again, and again it sounded the same way, when be quickly put his band nnder the matting and drew forth hie long lost filthy lncre. His feelings can better be imagined than de scribed, suffice it to say in the excite ment of the moment he jumped over the imposing-stone and cut up various other amies. Poisomfd Doos. Meat plentifully sprinklud with strychnine was scattered in all parts of the town yesterday, caus ing the early demise of a large number of kyoodles. This practice of scattering poison around the streets is au infernal nuisance and should be stopped. No cur dog ever touches it, it is only eaten by dogs that are of some value to their owners. Niw Bdogx. The Samson of the County Jail was yesterday engaged in washing off the dirt and dust from a new buggy just reoeivrd by our Sheriff Andy Fife. It came to bund yesterday, to gether with the harnesB to match, and is a very pretty affair, being Hunt and yet quite substantial, and no doubt will be of service to the owner. Freight arrived for the following par ties yesterday by the Eureka & Palisade Railroad W. E. Griffin, Agent atPioche: Ph. Felsenthal, F. W. Clute, Jacobs A Sultan, T. C. Fonjade. J. Meyer & Bro., Beanpre & Bro., K. & C, G. E. Ames, M. E. Christie, Juo. Boeder, Dr. S. L. Lee, P. Harrison, B. Salomon. Bkfkhee Case. The referee oase of Donahue and Quillen was being heard yesterday before J. C. Foster, referee, at Judge Pitzer's office. For the purpose of allowing both parties to go through the books and accounts, the case was postponed until Monday, August lUtb, at 11 a. m. Elrctios. The Fire Department of Pioche will hold their election to-day at the Protection Hose-house, Laoour Street, for Chief Enuineer. nnil lur ami 2d Assistant Engineers. Polls will be open irom a a. m. to 8 p. m. Highland. The Eagle Smelting and Mining Company have nearly completed their smelting furnace at Highland and Messrs. Dowell and Glover yesterday started to build one, the materials for the same arriving on the ground very fast. The Bonanza saloon has just had placed at the front door of their saloon a couple of double action flap doors, which serves to keep out the intrusive gaze of outsiders from those who may be imbibing on the inside. Pboticction Hosb Cohpanx at their meeting last evening nominated Bubs Scott for Chief Engineer, E. Hamilton for First Assistant and John Boeder for Second Assisiant Engineers. Adjourned to their regular monthly meeting. Justics Cocnr. W. Stansfield vs. F. W. Clnte; Judge Allen rendered his decision yesterday at 11 o'clook for $36.50, and costs of suit against F. W. Clute. AssKsson Datton leaves to-day for the Condor mill, Dry Valley and Bose" Val ley to finish np his assessment roll of those places. John R. Jamks, Superintendent of the American Flag mine, arrived in yester day's Salt Lake stage, looking and feel ing well after his month's absence. Hiko Mail. The pouy rider from Hiko arrived yesterday morning and left last evening. Thr Salt Lake stuge arrived yesterday at 2 p. m., rather earlier than it did in the former week. Tub following passengers will arrive on this evening's Hamilton stage: H. Lewis, Emma Brooks. Tasinis a telegram in the Western Union Office for Andy Marguis. actually drawn by another party, though signed by MoGraw, was submitted to Stanton, and by him to Black. Soon after the appeal was dismissed, and Bid well went home ten thousand dollars shorter in his bank account. Sargent is now sorry that he ever made thisoharge; it appears that while he was in the House of Representatives he introduced and was mainly instrumental in having passed what is known as the plaoer min ing bill; while defending it on the floor in a debate in the Conference Commit tee, of which be was a member, he was charged with having a direct interest in its passage. The law of 1866 limited the loeation of lands to 200 feet in individual squares and 3,000 feet to corporations. Sargent's bill passed May lOlh, '72, over the amended act of 'Gi5, and gave squat ters the right to purchaso lauds at $10.50 per acre. It appars that Sargent bad oollected a valuable tract of land to which the old mining law did not give him a good titlo. One of the first duties he performed was to go to the Interior De partment with bis law partner, Jacobs, who lives iu Nevada, and enter in Jhe latter's name placer land to the amount of over ono thousand acres. The oost Sargent claims was little over $2,000, and after the patents were obtained the firm held it at $300,000, One of Sar gent's own appointees in the Surveyor General's office in California states that Jacob's bad been offered in London for a majority interest ' $120,000. The record of the whole transaction has been forwarded to California. BY TELEGRAPH! BPHOIAL TO TUB PIOCHK DAII.T BKCOBD, BV WKSTKBN 0NIOH LINB. Eastern Dispatcher. Nkw Yobk, August 3. ArraDi-ments are in progress to secure creditors trav eling abroad with letters of credit and circular notes on Duncan, Sherman & Co. They will probably be paid at the Union Bank in London. Chicaoo, August 3. ATimes Wasbing t on special says : The trianeular GnVier. natorial fight in California promises to reveal some of the secrets of official life in old-limo days. Eaoh of the eandi. dates have agents in Washington to gather all the information they can against one another, from the records of the Interior Department, and the deval. opuieuts will show some most glaring irauus in California mining lamia short time ago Senator Sargent charged Biaweli, tne independent oandidate.with having gone to Washington in 185H nn an appeal in a certain land case which he wished to have dismissed, and th he corruptly used ten thousand dollar. t accomplish bis object. The truth of the question is that Bid well was at Washini,. ton in 1858, on the mission hereinhfn stated. Judee Black, of F.ai...i. was at the time Attorney-General, andE. M. Stanton afterward Secretary nf w. held a subordinate position under him. ine law, in cases of appeal, gave a dis- oreuonary power to the Attn..n eral by virtuaof hi office to dismiss all appeal if be saw fit. Rather than do lend them before the C. 8, Supreme Court, Bidwell employed his alttoruey (Montgomery Blair), and be worked on the case faithfully, but Judge Black re fused to dismiss the appeal. After dis couraging law Biege several friends ad vised Bidwell to employ E. M. Stanton when Blair whs informed of this, he was convinced that in no legitimate way ooald he effect a dismissal of the appoal, and he withdrew from the oase. Bidwell saw Stautou, and op bis reuommenda- Wun. Hirry McGraw, a Pennsylvania ! 'jer. waa retained. A brief whioh was Pacific Coast. Sad Fbancibco, August 3. The Inde pendent Senatorial Convention of the Tenth Senatorial District, comprising Contra Costa and Marin counties, met yesterday at the Buss Honse and nom inated Hon. Tbos. J. Abela of Marin. Abels served two terms in the Assembly. The Republican primary for electing a delegation to each of the five Senatorial District Conventions takes place to-day. The Conventions will meet Thursday next in their respective districts, to make legislative nominations and eleot District Committees, after which they will unite and form a Municipal Convention to nominate a full city ticket. The Joint Democratic Delegation of this city and San Mateo county, to nom inate a candidate for Joint Senator, met in convention in the Fourth Diatrict Court-room laBt evening. The report of the Committee ou Platform was read and approved. The platform contains planks opposing the mingling of color in schools, local legislation on the liquor question, favoring the ownership by the city of the gas and water works. On the first ballot Geo. H. Rogers, of San Franoisco, was nominated Joint Senator. Dr. Shrob addressed the Democracy at Piatt's Hall laBt evening. He made a strong indictment against the Republican party, also a bit at Booth and the Inde pendents. San Fbancisoo, August 3. The Demo cratic Municipal Nominating Conven tion held a meeting last night. The ring developed thoir tactics in the mat ter of nominations and the minor ity jumped the Convention amid a scene of wild disorder, which threatened a gen eral fight, after which the motion was made to rescind all nominations and ad journ sine die, and was carried amidst the enthusiastic approval of the crowd iu the lobby, who hailtd it as a defeat of the ring combination. Stockton, AugUBt 2. Sargent is ad dressing a moderately large audienoo at National Hall. Sacrambnto, August 2. The Johnson wing of the Democratic party is holding a meeting in front of the Orleans Hotel this evening, which inaugurates the county canvass. Chico, August 2. The Democrats here are holding the first political meet ing of the campaign to-night. The meet ing will be addressed by James Johnson, Beck Ryland, Larmar Travens and Bug gies, the nominee for the Assembly. The meeting is a large one and the bal conies are crowded with ladies. Woodland, August 2. The Demo cratic County Convention met to-day and nominated a county ticket. Bakbbsfield, August 2. The cere mony of laying the corner-stone of the Court-house of Kern oounty wan per formed under favorable auspices by the Masonio and Odd Fellows' societies this afternoon with the usual Masonio rites. San Diboo, August 2. The Demo crats are having a ratification meeting to-night; the first political meeting here this campaign. Austin, Nev., Aug. 2. Ralph Sinter, shot by Harry Williams at Simpson's Park yesterday, died laet night. The body was brought to this place to-day. At the inquest held by the Coroner this evening no evidence of importance was adduced, the only witness of the shoot ing being an Indian woman. As near as can be ascertained, they quarrelled about money matters while riding to gether in a wagon, and Williams jumped out and fired at Slater with a shot-gun, the charge taking effect in the neck. San Fbancibco, August 3. The nomi nation of the People's Independent Com mittee, so far as made, are published in to-day's Bulletin. A. 8. Ballidie heads the list for Mayor; some of these are: For Auditor, Sam. Purdy; for Tax-Collector, C. T. Fay; for Assessor, Al. Badlamjfor Treasurer, Jno. F. Pope; for Superintend ent or Public Schools, H. H. Bolander; for Chief of Police, H. H, Ellis. The candidates for Supervisors, School Di rectors and the Legislature are not yet announced; nor for Judges of County. Probate, Munioipal, Polioe and Twelfth District Courts; present inoumbent nom inated for the Fourth District Court, Jas. U. Uary. Bbavbb, U. T., August 3. A reporter held an interview to-day with the Chief oi the Beaver Indians, who said the Mor mon story about the poisoned spring and the poisoned ox is not trig. No Corn P...W VJ.1 . n ... -UTBU. or Beaver Indians were at the Mountain Meadows. Monnenus. with bis eold spring Indians. r. there. Moquepns said Lee aaked him to heln kill the emigrant; WOuld furnish arms and ammunition, and give them a por tion of the spoils; so they went. lh Indians bad no animosity against the whites; had a little trouble because the emigrants shot an Indian for trying to steal horse. Moquepu said he was Chief over him at the massacre. In the Lee trial the charge and arguments be given this afternoon. A Wobd to Biluabo Platehs. Henry Mahlstedt, at the Panaca Saloon, I.aeour 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 a small three-fourth parlor table. They are fitted with Phelan ic Calen der's everlasting steel plate cushions, and were made by Liesenfeld, of 8hU Francisco. Now, all you billiard players, here is a chance to show your skill both at billiards and pool. Yon need never leave the saloon for want of finding an opponent, for Ely will always be on band to accommodate you at either game, and will be liberal enough to give you a good show and not heat you all the time. Von eon always find on hand also a large as sortment of No. 1 liquors, with cigars of the best brands. One price ! One bit ! A word to the wise is sufficient. tf If yon want any tin v. are, sheet iron and oopper ware manufactured or repair ed, and also plumbing at very low prices, go to J. J. Hatpin & Co., who employ none but first-claBS workmen. tf . Cuskbe! Cheese! One tboiiBandiponuds of White River Cheese; also, best East em Cheese, for sale, to the trade or at retail, at . T. C. Pocjadk's. Rolla Watt, at Dr. Lee's Drug Store, De Cobanas brand of Cigars, three for 50 oents. Bbst brands of Sack and Plug Tobacco, Pipes, Pouches, etc, ot Rolla Watt's, Dr. Lee's Drug Store. Icb! Ice! delivered daily by me. Leave orders at Fnlks ,fe MoAlpin's saloon. tf W. R. Wilson. Cioabs, all brands, qualities aud kinds, for sale by Rolls Watt at Lee's drug store, Moin street. tf leu, Cbvstal Ice, deliversd daily by S. B. Martino. Leave orders at saloons of E. Hamilton or Fulks & McAIpin. tf Thk best of sherry and olaret wines are to be had at T. C. Ponjade's. lw Go to Alexander's for yonr drugs. mSCELLANEOUS. E. B. Hott, Jb., Hacramento. 0. H. Fish, Fioche, MOTT. FISH & CO.. Meadow Valley at. PIOCHE - - - - NEVADA. IMPORTEHS And Dealers in HARDWARE, MILL AND MINING SUPPLIES. Blacksmith's Hardware. Iron and Steel.; STOVES -A-TicL Tinware. fe-W MRS. WARD, Laeour Street, near Berry street, HAS JUST RECEIVED, DIRECT FROM Cliioago, a Large Assort muit of LADIES', AND CHILD REN'S HATS, Doth trimmed and untrlmmed, ol the latest styles, fur sale at Reasonable Rates. The dualities and stvlea arn of tlm latitat fashion. Je20-lin ELECTION NOTICE. TO MEMBER!) OF PIOCHE DEPARTMENT. FIRE I ELECTION FOR CHIEF, FIRST AND BEC i OND AS8I8TANT ENGINEERS, Will be huld at the House of Protection Hoha Comnanv No. a, on Wednesday, the 4th day of August. Folia open from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. A. H. EMANUEL, Seo'y Pioche Fire Department. J. J. HALPIN, President. aul-td JUST ARRIVED AT GEORGE MILLER'S san fiudo mmi - MEADOW VALLEY STREET, A LABOa lot oi No. I LACER BEER rRECT FROM SAW FRANCISCO. I AM ready to sell to all patronusers by GLASS, QUART, GALLON AND KEG, DeUvarad Fr af Charge. - rpUE BAR 18 WELL SUPPLIED WITH THK X neat assortment or Wines, Liquors and Cigars Ha vana Brands. urvs me a can ana tou will h .. a J"U want. nw2T-tf HUGH WHITE. " n Mccor.a-rvn.r HUGH WHITE & CO. OFFICE Over Wella. Fariro Salt Lake City. fc Co., BRAXCU and Warfhopi. Trrmlnu. or i . n. rt forwarding: ....AND.... COMMISSION MERCHANTS. MERCHANDISE. MACHINERY, KTC.. FOR. warded to all uointa in Tintlr an. I m,i,ui.. wi Utah. Also to Pioche and other Points in Southeast, era Nevada. PIOCHE FREIGHTS A SPECIALTY. BI VKRM. SAMPLERS AND SHIP PERS OF ORB AND BULLION. Lock Box SSI, 1 I salt uuiK crrv l Sole Attcnta In Utah for Kansas Mannfacturinii . . -.-y..... n aKuua, oiutKua. uamagM, ac. warranted. W. K. GRIFFIN, Agent. mrlT-lyr At Wells, Fbtro a Co'a. Loci Kullbuh Nathan Mays Max Ahmeb KULLMAN & ARMER, ttlTOBTlvBS AND DRAUSUB IJ - Cigars and Tobacco, MAHUTACTCBBB or Genuine Havana Cigars, Nob. SO and 308 SaoambhtO St.,, . i Near Front, J8AN FRANCISCO, mrg-tf XjXjivixjiiifs., LUMTJEH X SHERWnnn jt, non " ww aaw daa,mt MAIN STBEKT, PIOCHE, c AN SUPPLY ....or.. ALL KINDS MINING AND DUILDINO LUMBER, SAWED TIMBER, HEWED TIMBER AND POLES. CALIFORNIA LUMBER, REDWOOD and SUGAR PIMH MOULDINGS and SHINGLES, DOORS and WINDOWS Etc.. Also, STOVE-WOOD, any length and sla. at REASONABLE BATES. febll.tf J. II. RICK. A (rant. JjQpOBS, OlQABfl. TOiunnn FIVE-STAMP MILL, BULLIONVHJLE. J WILL HAUL AND MILL ORE FOB S22 PER TON, A1J GUARANTEE! A PERCENTAGE) ON ALL CUSTOM ORRS AC. CORDING TO TUB VALUATION AND Class. Money to advance on any email lots of ore, I am willing to put up or shut up. N. B. NORVALL, Bup't Pioche Wet, Huhn k Hunt, Bprlng wuuuu auu Auuuea. jeV'tx Dissolution of Copartnership. mHK FIRM OF WILCOX AND MASON IB X this day dlaaolred Dy mutual conaent, A. u. Wilcox wituarawiDg iruu w. ami. A. J. MASON, A. O. WILOOX. Pioche, July lath, 1876. s , jyl4(d DR. D. L. DEAL. QFFI0E REMOVED TO THE SAN JOSE HOUSS, MAIN STREET PIOCHE. SKV. LOST. GOLD WATCH CHAFS ON THE FIFTH day of Jnlv. aunvoacd to ne somewhere oa iain atrsaL Th. chain had attached to It a ooiuoaaa. a amall cold locket and a Maaonlo em. blent. Any one finding tne same and returning it to the Bccobd office will receive a reward ot Tw.Bty.ST. Dauara. jyl-tf lOi. S. PATTEN. A Main NEWARK MILL IS NOW REPABED TO Work All Custom Ore rpHAT MAY BE OFFEHED. fO-tf . W. CLUTE, Superintendent, FLORAL 1YIIL.L CUSTOM ORES RECEIVED AND WORKED ON SHORT NOTICE. J. A. DID WELL, J18-4 Superintendent. JlCKEY CLUB HOTEL, WKLIja. gTOCK Board WATERED HAY AND FOR THE SAME. GRAIN and Lodging. FINE WINE8, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. - oett-tuolO FORWARDING PATRONIZE HOMX1 MA1TUFACTURES. 3.g,v , jga riEIOHTEllS. EUREKA ' AND L PALISADE NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. GREAT REDUCTION -IN RATES OP FREIGHT! BHORTKMT AND dCICKEsT ROCTK TO PIOCBE, VIA KURKKA AND PALMADB R. H. AND rA8T FREIGHT TEAMS. riuxciK-o akd urunrn1 to mocbb... GILROT CIGARS UNO TOBACCOS, MANUFACTURED DY THE CONSOLIDATED TOBACCO CO., OF- California Grown Tobacco. FULL ASSORTMENT OF THE ABOVE uoous ooiiatantly ou band and for aai. San Francisco Prices, Frlfht added, tiy J. c. LYNCH, GENERAL AGENT 1 CLAM. Jd CUB.. 3DCLABB. .TH CLAM, W-40 15.00 4S0 ,1.M aricuL una oh cab-loam or 10 Tom oa ua (Subject! 10 'b Rl Local Freight TariO Govarouit BBBM) : Arrtnilinral lmplfni.nl. Pn Ton. ! U Aphaltnm, Ocmrat and BhMt ' ip'b rip Ormrat and PUatar .'"I Coal Oil af Door. Haah and DUuda, atraluht . ormlied lota Earthen or Hum. War. Grain, MilUtnHand Malt.. ' Furniture Iron and Nail. Lumber, Lath and Bhtngles, BtraiKht or mixed lota......... Machinery and Store Hnaar Whisky, in wood, owner's rink.. " Flour mm 14.00 86 AM WW 77 60 78.00 83.60 ttt.W 7IS.0O 88.00 86.00 Mn 70.00 Rate, payable in United Btatea gold -. coin or it equivalent. All Oonaifrnmenta of Oooris Forwarded with Promptneaa and Diapatch. Na Forwarding or Cominlaalon Chargwa, Mark Good Care K. di P. R. R. : 18-tf W. E. GRIFFIN, Agent. 3X.OOO REWARD l ONB THOUSAND DOLLARS REWARD WILL be paid for th Arrest and Conviction OF TOT- TWO PKBNON0 WHO ROBBED EASTERN AT J aait num. ) - NEVADA. (TAOTOBlm t AT ( U110T. 1 WHOLESALE DEALER ,',..r. .. Flour, Grain, & General MerclianiliSB. TOANO (ar.R.K.) NEVADA Will Beoelre aitd Forward Freight to PIOOHE ....ARO..... ' HII Parts of Eastern Nevada THE CONSOLIDATED TOBACCO COMPANY Hamilton and Pioche Stage On Thursday Evening, Deo. 3d, 1874. VTVTB HUNDRED DOLLAR will be paid for th arreat and ooBTkctioa of either on of th party. WELLS, FAROO k CO.. d8-tf By J. M. HbTbzbt, Agent, CALIFORNIA. CASH CAPITAL $1,000,000 SALESROOM, 207 FRONT STREET, San Franoisco. CIGARS AND TOBACCOS MANUFACTURED OP CALIFORNIA. GROWN LEAF, JOHN C. LYNCH, ... I V - Wholesale and Be tail Liquor Merchant, Corner Main and Laoour street, PIOOHB, Proprietor of and the Long-eeUbllahed well-known Idaho Territory, . ; mTITH DISPATCH AND AT LOWEST fW Going Rate. Mark floods Car F. F. Marx. Teas a Nevada. PH. FELSENTHAL, Agent at Pioohe. . mris-tf . SAN FRANCISCO, BREWERY,1 Panaca Flat. , ' OHAS. GOEDICKI. Proprietor. WILL FUBNI8H . lies with ... HALOONB AND FAMI- x, Xeat QujiU7i In qnantitlof to malt." Bottled Bear alvayi en uaiiu. Xjrl-vBte Jtwt fltted up for na . , . ftS-tf of Faanllw. JOHN ROEDER7 8TOXI 8TOBK. VIST BUIX LAOOT7B 8TRKJET. ' FIOOES OITT, WBVADA, ' Dealer in Groceries, Pro visions ana Ueneral Merchandise. FASHION SALOON & CLUB ROOMS TAKES PLEASURE IN LNFOBMINO) OLD patron aad new odm that h will oosUnoe, a heretofore to keep THE FINEST WINES, AND IiIQTJ03?S aiao DEXTER LITHY STIBI Meadow Valley Btraat, PIOCHK, ....NEVADA. GEO. 0. JOHNSTON, PBOPBIETOR. CONSTANTLY ON BAND AND TO LET ON short notice Teams, Buggies and Saddle Bon, At Low Rates, ." Mock Boarded by th. day or week, and care. fully groomed. snao-tf . t. COOK. BENRY BEED. PIONEER. LIVERY STABLE, MEADOW VALLEY STREET, ., PIOOHE . . . NKVADA. COOK ft BEED, PE0PEIET0B8. ANEW ASSORTMENT OF ROCK sways, BuvRlea, Teams and Bad. die Horses on hand and to let on short 4 notice. Stock Boarded by th. Day or Wetk and rare fa! ly attended. Jel-tf J. EISEiViHIM & CO., MAIN .........8TBEET. ' ;f PIOCHR NEVA II A, IMPORTEHS -rVrSTO DEALHIRS IISI , 33 . STOVE'S, CROCBKHY, OLAHrU WARE, ana HOU8B FtJItN- " I8BINO OOODb. Matmf actniM b of Oopper, Tin sad sheet-Iron Wan.: Steam and Oa. rtttsrs. Plnmbrrs. WB ARB NOW PBEPARED TO Con tract for Air Pipe, Blowers, Pnrnace Pip, Lift Pom pa, Ac, of any required rise i'd weight.; ' i " ' : Also Ainwtl for the Celebrated Bock's Patent Oook StoTea, - . ap-tf Maanfactnred by Ue Consolldateol Tobacce Ca at California. .' . ...j;.st...i 1 l;,..-. Particular attention wlU hereartr b atraa The Wholesale Trade. AU desiring to stock Bar, in th. city or oat side camp, are lnritad to oaU sad sanpl good tod learn pries Before Purehaslng where. O.C. CLARKA BROTHER STOZTSI STORE, LOWER MAIN '8THEKT. PIOCBJE, NEVADA, , , WHOLEBALB AND BETAIL 6ROCERIE8, PROVISION , POWDER, . -' - " ''--', AND aBMEBAL MEBCHANDISE. sayW-tf Hlnkest price paid (or WHOLESALE STORE, TONE tfrLni-1IBXT TO ilV,. 'lIlOOtlMOMl.. ' ByM A COHN tft BRO. Wholesale and Retail Dealer i ,. IMPORTED AM) DOMEma ; v: Tobtvooo uad MEEESOHAUX ud OTHER PnT3 farfamwry, Casnba and Mala atnet, oppoait Meadow TaUey at ' - , . ' BUS. - GEO. T. OOai2AU, NOTARY RIIBLIO for LtNCOLH " OOUNTY, CO MJIIMIOirwlt OP DWD PQM CJUAriBlA. AN1 UTAR. itdczi, nr. e