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THE PIOCHE DAILY RECORD.
..august a-, mis. mam franciwco sitk;k report. baX Faaiioieoo. Aognst 31. .a-oua-i SATURDAYS SALES. sm opbir j em t 0 Mexican W , 360 Belcher 27 16 2-1 1 TOKentuck IB !' 136 Alpna 2 J90 Confidence M Si tO Havaee 13 law Choliar Potoai-WO 102 H 101 H 13 StOOonld Carry 21H 22-4 .'10 B"M k Belcher MH Mj BS 615 Crown Point 33 33 H aibl 220 Hile k Norcmns 63 62 70 Yellow Jacket 91 91 833 Imperial Mt 12SJ Wit 130 Con Virginia 330 31H 310 13S Sierra Nevada- 18 H IX i 34 Dancy 1 1W0 California CS4 tb'i 05 H V.M Mt.'lO 70 Seg Belcher 90 01 160 Bullion M 113 Overman TO 75J Justice 37 37 H 38tbM Mil Bnccor l'i 1 lit 345 Union Coo 10 10 X 10 'i 1 1 50 Lady Bryan 2 i 3fiS Julia 31 33 32 H 33 31 X (10 Caledonia 23 2H I0U Olobe i 100 Baltimore Con 4 li U 219 Utah 14 14 3a5 Silver Kill 11 V 475 Challenge T o 4 35 Dayton 6 K .125 Rock Wand 4 it 4 ',1)30 300 Picton 40o 1JS Sew York Con-3'i 50 Senator 1 lit 415 Phil Sheridan 4", ii 4'i m WoodTillo 21 2'i 2M 2ii5 Lady Washington 4 200 Kossuth 2 It WO Original O H Quartz 21)3 875 Anile 3' 30 Midea IH i , 400 Pacillc 1 H 275 Meadow Valley BH 6H 100 Kaymond Ely 42 41 40 200 Eureka Con 35 33 H 33 ' LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES ARRIVALS, iroon wurnt'a salt lake link: Mrs a R Alexander DEPARTURES. st Gii.Min & tALisBtiii'i Hamilton line: H Lewis LOCAL MIXING REVIEW. The usual status of the camp continues aa before reported. Considerable activity is apparent in adjacent districts and favorable showing made. Nothing new in tbe way of development since last Sunday, tne work going on steadily in the various mines. The amount of but. uon snipped by Wells, Fargo & Co. for the week ending August 21st, was '21 '117. BATMOND AND ELY rOUNDBV. The usual bustle and activity has pre vailed at the Raymond & Ely works the last week; all seem busily employed and the works are running regularly on the work as stated in this article. The steam pump has arrived from Snn Fran. Cisco and has been set up over a lurtfe tank in front of the Raymond & Ely -"""ft ww.oo, 4b ia jumping water which comes from the Raymond & Ely miue into a large tank, from which the supplies tor tne boiler are obtained. The water token from the mine is found to be much better for the boilers than the riorai springs water, as by an analysi maae, it is lound to contain much lens nine, ana suen Deing tno case incrusta tions do not form in the boilers near so fast. Plana are beina maris fnr no- steam brake cylinder for the Raymond & uuiouug augine, win do nuisbed in nuuu mree weens, in the foundry dur ing the last week 9,500 pounds of iron was melted at the last heat; the castings consisting of pan bottoms, Battler w. toms, pan drivers and pan shoes for tbe imjinono. a r.iy mill, battery shoes and dies for tbe Floral mill, also shoes and uiesior tne Newark mill. Tbe ladle, for the foundry is completed, it is now ar ranged with a worm wheel so that one iuu cub pour ,uw pounds of molten iron when required. This is a good imco iii wura-ujuusnip ana douu Uackia on deserves the oredit of the work. The ouuags tor a new lire front for the 54 mm uoner c ime to Band last week. Iu regard to the 04-incb. boilers and tbe loei oi 4-incb water pipe, they are being worked up as fast as possible. In the blacksmith ahnn tha umi-k n in8 for 'he new hydrants, making bolts for the pump and also shop tools com prise the extent of tbe work in this de partment. At the machine shop the men are employed on pan shafts, steps and new retorts. The pattern makers are busy on sears for the winch, new grade hydranu. " " Ma De PIOTHB. vu ine ow-ioot level, east drift has Been continued a distance of 19D feet ine ledge is the full size of the drift, wjth gpotg of pay ore. The west drift Oil thlH InitAl monan.n. fl 1 f. . . . iZ. ,, i; ieei; ledge in ace equally promising. Station at the JGO-foot level completed, and to-morrow morning a drift will be started for the edge, which will be reached in minimum . nwt.ADOth.eroODtrael; has been let to FiK.r ""n1?" sna,t 1"" eet deeper. -BU.-uuUr uniug wm commence on the --i wuiiHi juonuay morning. MEADOW VALLIY. At present are running the east drift W lW.0-fQQt level of the summit oft; the work on No. 3 has been aioppea at present; the work of eicavat mgfottUe fontJation 18 alilt oninn Z w'eek.00ailPleled,b' th9 midJ'8 0 Z '..th! Bton? take" f'om tbe eica- ina "4"ou,, "e purpose of build ing an embankment ronnS the works, so The :oTlZtTl?i wni, ; :i lor me mason work, and work will ho :? . . soon no ik. i. """i as FraSoUeo traC,D89 8r,iTe from S WKST DISTRICT. From Wes Williams we learn that in Victoria mine, which is being worked ui.,, me indications are very favora-bl- He says he is down about fifty fVet wa isoonfld ent ;of at riking it in . feJ worked. v . . ij tair quaiuy 01 Ore IS J8 ; extracted. Wes showed usaspecU men from a new location he has recently wade about 225 feet north of th. Victo '. called tbe Robert Emmet. The ledge wel'v?',,lreeJeet ?ldt W-S Z , ? pr ,oarte inches wide. The ore Would assay about $175. and the locator "big "lnKmn9 nltimately striking it SKWArm, Tha btreak of oro struck the wetk be- last in drifting west from the winze, Wow th. 700-foot level, continues about akenle,8iZeW1.d lly. It is being be orkedUa,ttpil,Iy M P088ible 6n(J Jve been increased. Are mn! the Newark mill for working. From as says just made by Kinsey Lanins some of tha first-class or aasayed $1,171.87. and tbe second-class $157 .0. Tbe ap pearance of the mine ia improving daily, And makes a fine showing. RATMOXD ASD EI.T. Pomp works well; throws a volume of water sufficient to keep the ahaf tcom paratively dry, aud sinking goes steadily on. The shaft is now twelve hundred anj seventy-fiva feet deep. The regular quantity of ore daily comes ont, tbe ore vein in the winze at a depth of one thou sand and sixty-fiv) feet being about five feet wide and of equally high grade aa before. Nothing definite as yet to re port relative to tbe projected removal of the 30-stamp mill. HL'HN ASD BUNT. Owing to financial difficulties the work on this mine was not recommenced on Monday last. The Superintendent left for San Francisco on Thursday to straighten np matters and have tbe mine worked again. The oro last ex tracted from this mine justitUg tbe stockholder!! in prospecting the work vigorously. CHIEF OF TDK U1LI.. Ore is being extracted from this mine daily, about the same amount as men tioned in our last report. No new da. velopinenta have been ui.ido worthy of notice. lue bnperintendent has the same force of men employed as usual ANTILLES. The timber from the Caroline are be ing taken out and removed to the An tilles to ne placed in this mine. As soon as toey are delivered.a contract will oe let on the Antilles to aink .100 feet ueeper. AilSMCAN FLAli. In this mine the usual number of men are at work extracting ore in fair quanti ties, a good showing is made in this mine generally. 8ILVKU PEAK. Same force of men at work. Ledge developing favorablv. portions of which. on the 200 and 000-foot levels, assay as nign as fn. spnisa MorNT. Have had a fow hands to work this last week raising a little ore. No change of note nas ocaurrert. C A 1 IX. A collection having been made by committee of citizens for the purpoaa of defraying the borial expenses of Wm. Carver, deceased, and said Carver not having been buried by said committee according to funeral notice, tbey deem the following explanation necessary : J.ne collections and subscriptions were as follows: Fifty-six dollars in cah or us equivalent ; twenty-five dollars from miners at the Raymond 4 F.ly, with T. J. Andrews aa security, payable on next pay-day: and nine dollars subscribed but not paid in the whole amounting to ninety dollars in gold coin. The collec tion was then closed, as a contract had been made with Mr. Louis Beta to con duct the funeral for that amount. At the last moment Mr. Iietz refused either to liue or trim the coffin, or to per mit the use of the hearse until tbe uo collected nine dollars were pid to him, although be acknowledged that the money wis gocd. And, in a fit of an ger, said Betz Rot a joii wagou. drove to iub nnipirai, aua placed the body in an unlined pine coffin, made hastilr nf info. rior rough lumber. Then, against the nrolnstnf Hire ma. coanics, wno then and there, with all necessary materials and tools on hand, offered to line and trim tbe coffin, and to give the body a Christian burial, at their own expense, drove the corpse off in the job wagon and buried it as he would the carcass of a dog. The committee will repay to all their due proportions of moneys received. Some little expenses of advertising, trim ming, etc., were incurred. Tua? Committek, And many citizens. ALPS. - hhh in ima miti a aA pioM.ingor.;na;hi;3,f,:o busilly Wis learn from the Arizona mail rider of the death of Chas. S. Lytle. common' ly known as Dootor Schimmerhorn or '' Skimroy," at Planet City, Williams Fork, Mohave county, Arizona, on the 8th inst., at which place he was attend ing to business for David E. Bnel Lytle was well known throughout this State, having lived in Carson, Virginia City, Austin, Belmont, Hamilton, Sher- inantown, .rioche and iiullionville. While Jiving in White Pine county he was U, S. Revenue Collector for that portion of the State, and made a good officer. For the last three years he has oeen a resident of Bullionville, until he manea to Arizona a few months since. llias. h. Lytle was a native of Penn sylvania. The Floral Springs Water Companv call attention in an advertisement in to day's Recoud to the fact that sprinkling ot tne streetB will have to bo discontin ued for the present, ond also all waste of water. Parties having bose must use a sprinkler on the nozzle to keep from un due waste. The advertisement explains that the reason of this is to save water so as the I loral mill can be kept run ning. jjall at i'anaca. The grand ball of the season will be given at Panaca to morrow evening (Monday, August 23d), oy ivirs. yvedge. That lady intends oiaaing wis Dolt agreeable and pleasant iur everyone mac visit her. The sup per will be the best that can 1 e nrnwiflw.1 in Panaca, and everyone that has visited her knows well that she can get np a good one. The whole affair will be well wortn tne trip to Panaca. Feemht for the following merohants arrived in Pioche yesterday by the Eu reka & Palisade Railroad: M. P. Blum . fi rnt n . ""k vuuufcj, inoinpson Uaudin, H. monger, i'. Harrison. Gibfrieri & sacner, u. v. Uork, John Boeder. M. H. Distinct Coubt. Tbe District Court met on Saturday at 10 o'clock, pursuant to adjournment, when the following bus iness came before it: The State of Ne vada vs. Chas. Connors arraigned and ordered to plead on the 21th of August; the State of Nevada va. Geo. Had ley demurrer filed and overruled, pleaded not gnilty, and the case set for trial Angust 30th; the State of Nevada vs. Charles Frendo plended guilty to the indictment, and ordered to avmear fnr sentence Tuesday, Anoust 24th: the State of Nevada vs. K. J. Hanlev limn to plead extended to August 30th; the State of Nevada vs. the Floral Mill and Mining Comnanv et nl. set fnr trial Thursday, August 2(ith. All trial jurors are excused nntil Monday, August 30th. Court then took a recess nntil Tuesdav. AngUBt24th. Judos C. G. Lonnii leaves Pioche in thia morning's Salt Lake stage for San Francisco District, Utah. Ha is tbe principal owner of the mines in that dis trict and has made his arrangoments complete to have them thoroughly pros pected. He leaves na now for the nnr. pose of starting the work on them, and win return to Pioche in about three weeks to complete what other arrange ments are necessary. The Judo-a Ima entire confidence in the mines nf thnt district, so much so that ho has and in tends investing considerale money In prospecting and working them. We wihu nim a pleasant trip. We have been requested by several porties who subscribed towards defray ing the funeral expenses of Wm. Carver, so that he might have a decent funeral and not be buried at tbe expense of tha county, to say that the money was not used for the purpose for which it was collected; tbat the man was buried in a common county coffin and no one at tended the funeral except the under taker, grave-digger and the driver nf tha oart. The man wan buried at the ex pense of the oounty. Shockinq. We learned yesterdoy thot a man in this vicinity had shot off tha head of his boy, a bright, intelligent lad of thirteen. The crief COnsennnnf nn the announcement is somawhof gated by the supplementary announce ment that he but used his boy's head for iobv, mo oetter 10 draw a bead on his mark. He did it with hin Hitio rift.. Social at Bullionville. A Drivate social, to which a number of our citizens have received invitations, will .nm at the Meadow Valley Hnfol Riii It is understood among friends of n. tor Stevenson of Kentucky, that h baa lue personal assurances of Gfn. Wil liams and Gov. Leslie that in th. event they can't secure bis election to tbe C. S. Senate, they will use their iotWnce to favor him against Beck. tiiicAiio, August ai. ihe Times this morning publishes crop report, m (lie northwest, eonipriaing the Sttes 0f Wisconsin, Minnesota, Nebraska, Iowa. Northern Illinois and Kausan, Rtu mlm cellaneous rf ports from other sections in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Nebraska Mearly all agree that this will 1 a JPMr of plenty in wheat which lias l?rn near ly all cnt and stacked. The quant lar boovo me averago ucd the quality uover rxcenea. inere will l, ( )eas, one-funrth more wheat exported from these States than any previous year, from Iown reports are nut so encour aging; from Kansas they agree that never has there been a mora bountiful harvest; in Illinois but liitla Spring wheat is grown, but there is no reason for complaint. In all, the prospect is decidedly snconraging and it is thought there will be wheat enough for home de mand, and that the West will be liable to supply Europe with all required. chicaoo, Augnst 21. - The Times Augusta sprciol says: Teace is fully re stored in Georgia and the trial begins on Monday. Letters found iu th W leader's bouse shows 2.000 stand of arn were furnished from South Carolina and money received from unknown sources. iua negroes aro now disarmed and peaceably dit.persing. .Over 200 arrests have been made urnl the Governor is puneu as saying, if an insurrection be proven, the law which affixes death the pnnolty will bo inforced, and thoro will never be another like attempt in Georcia. lD0 'acts show the negioes iu Bircbo Wilkinson, Podge, Jefferson. Lawrence. Johnson' and Washington counties, and tnis city, were to maku a general move. meut in arms to-day, but not that they entertained the hlood-thirstynrpose of tne ring-leaders Morris and Harris Great excitement and alarm still prevails among tbe negroos generally ut tbe dis piay oi the military force. A number of ladies and children from the threatened district are here for safety. Tl.a arm Lit a n Johnson county developed tbe exist once of an armed and nnifnrmeH military company not before known. All the prisoners agree that all the colored companies but one in tbe counties named were under ordors to move to-day. The htate press seems dnmbfonnded at tbe disturbance and differs widely as to whether an insurrection was intended. out agree the whole affair is n mvatnrv ii voq want any tin ware, .W i and copper wara maoufaciurfd or ran.ir ed. and alx.. nlnmhi... , 0r ""P-dr- go to J. J. Halpia kdiCi none hut first-rlana vnrVm.. . mPloy tf. none hut first-clans workmen. Chmse! Cheese! One thousand nonn. of White River Cheese; also, nest East em Cheese, for sale, to the trade or at -''!. T. C. PorjAnrs. Itoi.i.A Watt, at Pr. Leo's Drug Store De Cabana brand f.f Cignrs, three for 50 ccuts. BKTbr.iuds of Sack aud Plug Tobacco Pipes. Poncbe. etc , at Bulla Watt's' Dr. Lee's Drug Store. ' Ice! Leave aloon. Ice! delivered daily by me. orders at Fulka ft McAlnin'a tf W. It. WlLSOK. CiciAna, all brandu, qualities and kinds, for sale by Rolla Watt at Lee's drug store, Main street. ,f L it, Ckvstal Ice, dclive:;d daily by S. Xt. Martins. Leave orders at saloons of E. Hamilton or Fulka Jfe Mr Alpin. tf Go to Alexander's for your dings. iffilS!OIOAES!LT0BA0CO. PATRONIZE MANUPACTUEES. FEEIGHTEES. EUREKA AUD PALISA E. B. Morr, In., Haoramento. . H. Fiaa, Pioche. Bennett, F. Wheeler & Co. ond Beanma ville. on Tuesdav evenino A,,,,, o.u & Bro. The committee i.nA,'tu"T"JL: b iu v uaLiuLia Pacific Coast. ri.NKNUT uatukkino. In a few dovs Piocbe will see no siens of unv nnnr . - iiO, or anv of the dnakv "mni.lana f as they are about departing supply of pine- the forest to gather their annual nuts. are ai. liastland. 1). Su tun o t wasuburn. a guarantee that the social wiu ua nn It bOOUld DO Fiobt. A row occurred in one of the saloons on Lacour street yesterday after- Ve that have been emnlnvino Tn. noon, in which ona nf tha dian labor take notice, and do your own wio shoved his nose too far in his oddo! work for a month or two. nent's face, had it badly bruised, causing A uabd. The man who so hastily stream ireely. buried without Dresenca nt fi-inn,!- Thb members of Pioche Hobs Com. rites 'of 'christianity-the remains of p.8Dy No' 1 de8ire to ret"n thanks par- vvm. Larver, was a fellow-craftsman of , Arno'ai Secretary of mux wuose corbsenaan nnhnl I. k.,.jl.J uo VUOJDanV INO. 2. Tnr lh This thing, in all its horrible particulars! a8s'8fanoe he afforded them at the en- Xtttxa rlunn A . dn . .: . ' I IH Trill T m An t- ni nnn a IU. Ti: . -m - - uowo uc;use?.y outot 00 remained : , , . " y luo "oua Min- unpaia. , n. Dopolass. Btro,s ,or lnelt ent Ivphoid Feveb. Ouinlnn Shoabun JMBwabk Mill. The mill has been who was injured some time since at the busy Tunning on ore from the Geo. May Jtaymond Ac Elv minn o,i i.i mine, extracted by Grant & HaaHnoa has been eettina mnn,i tha ..( i The working of Alps ore has not vat haan crutches, was Friday taken with what is oomPIeteJ. teams being employed yes supposed to be tbe typhoid fever. There ,er,av in bauling a lot of it down to the are several sick with this now in Pioche. mi11' Delinquent List. The dalinnnant Mabtin Tabpey, Superintendent of the list of fbe Condor mine is published in Wash'ngton & Creole, will arrive in to-to-day's Reoobd, and makes a very eood ?B?-" Haaiilton 8tage: also A. J. Barnes, showing inasmuch as there are only Ind.lnn A8n for the Maopa Reser- ,ou snares mat ore on the dolinnnani - , r list Tha on). ..! , . . tember ?, 1875. OI,",Ce lntMny' Justice's Cocbt. The case of Jftnb Uhcratadt against Wm. Zadow. in which &,rKeUtJWtt8 renderea against Zadow bo. to and costs, waa annooi .u. n;..:.i . -r-r- u urn fioiui-i nuin oj tne attendant yester day. ' Flobal MiLtl The Floral mill is run ning on steadily, partly on ore and partly no clean-up has yet present give The following passengers will arrive on this evening's Hamilton stage: 0. W. Craig, Master Litchenstein, A. J. Barnes, J. F. Holland, Martin Tarpey. Mass at the Catholio Church will be sung at the usual hour in the morning. and Vespers in- the evenino. Tha Hov Father Monteverde will officiate. at on tailmoa. As been made, we cannot any results. Db. F. C. Nichols will be absent from Pioche for about two weeks from tha 1t pi September, and desires all those need ing bis services to call on him before ha leaves. f 'h Tit w i . - i muiouuLU uas inst re ft new lot of illustrator! r.u, o, BY TELEGRAPH! SPECIAL 10 THB PIOCHE DAILI RECORD. BY WR8TEBH UNION LINE,. oeived Eastern Dispatches. New Yobk, August 21. The entire family qf Thurlow Weed has been pros trated by the use of a copper tea kettle which had been cleaned with oxalio acid, and had a narrow escape from scssing trip to that portion of Lincoln deatb' Particularly Weed himself, who is oounty just annexed from Nye connty. now recovered. Public Schools. The pnblio school Geo. Reeves, an extenatva anal ,WW of Pioche will open the first Monday in of Newark, has failed; liabilities $40,000. NAniAinhAP wKlnk wan til k. .a . I m r.., -.... u T.,.i u, on ina (jit, ine membera nf Ilia T.:-i.i:. n niittee. nnnoinfo.l in t- n. Episcopal Chubch.-No services to. affairs of F.miot;.. n l.: usual htr!SCmQ0UiUb6he,lUt f to witness yeste -vi vu,o luvuivea in a verbal alter Bclliov SniPMENT.-Wells, Farco & eation. which beom it.t.. fou65PPPlyeHler,,-8,b,,lli0namOUnllDg Ia ,h' C0U",9 of his Mm'k Alvord," T n H-wuuna were disallowed on tbe Grand JuBY.-Tbo Grand Jury will ground of irrelevancy. u. i.a ro8?cffinoBthsiSngAn 23 at ir.:i!L?.r- ?- m .. . - mi loiuru noma and an- t..i u, u, anuuuir ar- !"" u vuuBiimenta. Hvln yesterday'. Salt Lake stage. Th. Herald'. W.hin,- 0.wm Eiviiu ma j m. comic, instructive, etc He also has on m iow uians oi Ban f ranmim R. P. Dayton, County Assessor. . turned to Pioche yesterday from an ag- b.iN I'RANcisi.o, August 21. General Shondan telegraphod from 8alt Lake t repley to General Coey'g offer of a mili tary escort from the ferry landing to the hotel, accepting the compliment, ne will probably arrive on next Monday evening. San Buenaventuba, August 21. Miss Myers, a young lady resident of this place, died yesterday from starvation, She accidentally took a solution of not. ash three months ago, whioh finally xe sulted in the closing of the passages of tne throat. San liBANcrsco, August 21. Tom Fitch spoke to a good Republican audienoe last evening at Union Hall, confining bis at tention to the national issues, and dilat ing on war records of Republican and Democratic parties. At Pixley Hall. Jno. F. Swift addressed a large independent gathering on local issues, paying particular attention to gas and water monopolies, nntil the Piper wing or tbe Democracy appointed a com. minee to nominate Congressmen and complete the ticket. Tbe Democratic meeting opposed to Bryant for Mayor and Crowley for Chief or Police, last night indorsed H. A, Cobb for Mayor. Nominatian for Chief of Polioe was deferred till to-night. Vibqinia Cm, Ney., August 20.-Ed wara Bonderson, an engineer at the South Comstock mine, near Devil's Gate, was drowned yesterday while bath ing in a reservoir near Silver City. Santa Babbaba, Angust 21. Mrs. Nor ton's sooond trial began last evenina. Vibqinia Cm, August 21. To-day a man named John Mills, while working in the shaft of the Silver Hill mine, was oaught by tbe descending cage and badly crushed. The engineer notioing that something was wrong, and having no idea of tbe cause, raised the eogo. This allowed Mills to fail sixty feet, ne was not killed outright, but as his back is broken he can not live. The aocident caused great excitement in the mine and neighborhood. Abont 5:30 Thursday evening a miner named wm. Henderson was badly in jured by a Must on the 1000-foot level of tbe Belcher mine he approaobed to see why the blast did not go off after tho fuse was lighted, when it exploded. A large piece of rock was removed from hia left shoulder and another from his right jaw; nis lower jaw was fractured and both eyes destroyed. He is about sixty years of age and his recovery is extreme ly donbtful. Owing to the fall iu the Oarson river necessitating the hanging up 0f about half of tbe stamps in tbe large qnartz mills, the Belcher company have dis charged a number of miners, and other. mines, whoso ore is crushed; but tbe mills on tbe river will soon be compelled to suspend a part of their men nntil the water rises. J. COOK. HENRY HT.vn LIVERY STABLE, MEADOW VALLEY STREET, PIOCHE . . i ...... . NEVADA. COOK Sc EEED, PS0PKIET0E8. NEW ASSORTMENT OP ROCK awava. Bunnies. Teams and Sad. le Hones on hand and to let on short notice. Stock Boarded by the Day or Week and care, fully attended. J.l-tf MOTT, FISH & CO.. Meadow Vtuiey st. PIOCHE - IMPC And HARDWARE. MILL AND MLNLTf Q , SUPPLIES. NEVADA, xi Tuns Dealers Blacksmith's Iron and Hardware, teel, STOVES -A.:nci Tinware. f4-tf SALOONS. FTJI.KS fc MoALPIX. IMPORTERS, VBOLJMaLB AND RKTAIL ORALRUB IX Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars, Proprietor, Coamopolltan Saloon, Meadow Valley Street, T1HE PROPRIETORS TAKB PLEASURE IN Informing da p,trons and new ones that tliey will contlimo. aa heretofore, to keep GILROY CIGARS AND TOBACCOS MANUFACTURED BY THE CONSOLIDATED TOBACCO CO., NOTICE TO S' UPPERS. GREAT REDUCTION -IN RATES OF FREIGHT! SHOK IKSTAD tiCICKEST ROl'TB TO PIOCHE, VIA ELRKKA AND PALISADE M. R. AND FAST FREIGHT TEAMS. iu im o hid urauinno io raocna. laTcuaa. j cjua. 3dcl. 4th cum. 5.00 ioo UMl OF California drown Tobacco. "W-IJNnBs, XjiXQXTOXliS AND OZGrABS IN THIS MARKET. ap'M-tf JUST ARRIVED AT GEORGE MILLER'S SAN FEANCISCQ WMl MEADOW VALLEY STREET, A LA1U1B LOT OV PULI. ASSORTMENT OF THE ABOVE vuuaiauiiy on uanu and for sale San Francisco Prices. freight added, by J. C, LYNCH, GENERAL AGENT "".,. LAm-t 0 10 TOM OB Li t! (Subject toi, beBrte, t4U)nl Tni ht , Tw'nOovernliiR-aain.): Aftrlenllnral Implem enta Per Ton lir, Aankaltnm. Cement and BLert 1 ,W,M Cement aud"piater;!.'!!! Coal Oil ,, Doors, Bam ,d BHadV'straih or mixed lota Eartlien or Stone War...'"''" u Grain. Millttulland Malt..!... - Fnrnltnro ' Iron and Naiia. .. ." .. Lninner, Ijith and Bhlouu'V' atralffhi at hhmi w. ,.t Machinery and Stoves. . '. Siiuar ., " uu". owner rruk.. ns.oo "nr . " 7o.ru Bates payable In United Stair a cold coin or Ua equivalent. p"n"f '' of Goods Forwarded Willi SS.." Di?"ch- lorwr,llnir or ConamlaaloB Charnoa, . . Mark Goods Care r. b. 13-tf W. E. aarFUN, Agent RO.Ofl 74.0, W.Ot M.60 77.SII 75.(0 W.Bl, H3.C0 7S.0W H8.0O 86.0(1 E. IT". FORWARDiNC - ....aso.... flffllKS10.UlERfH.ttT. WHOLESALE DEALER ' ....nr.... . - - Flonr, erain, & General MerclamliSB, TOANO (O.P.B.E.) NEVADA Will Beoolye and Forward Freight to BEER I AM No. I LAGER DIRECT FROM BAN FRANCISCO, roady to sell U all natronimra bT GLASS, QUART, GALLON AND KEG, ueiiverea Fr,. of Charge. TUB BAB IS WELL SUPPLIED WITH THB beat assortment of Wines, Liquors and Cigars Ha vana Brands. Give me a call ami vrm win . ... what you want. mr7.t SUCCESSORS TO A. C. GORDON, IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Wines Lienors Sc. Cie-nva Fire-Proof. Bulldiner. La. cour street, BETWEEN THE POSTOFFICE AND JUSTICE'S OFFICE, PIOCHE - - . . . NEVADA. Goods Takenjjn Storage. N CONNECTION WITH THB ABOVE A . neat Sample Room Is attached, where nothing bat flne Liquor "e't'r0m ne abovMtock will be dinpenaed. LIME FOR SALE. HAVE ON HAND AND FOR SALE, 25 TONS OF LIME, At Reasonable Bates. For fiill pnrtirnlani apply at the ntore. -" Jons BOEDER. EASTERN PLANTATION I AT ANFRXIFI.) NEVADA. (TAOTORIU ( AT ( on.ROT. THE CONSOLIDATED TOBACCO COMPANY CALIFORNIA. CASH CAPITAL --$1,000,000 ...aAJIU.... 4 HI Parts of Eastern hrada ....Am.... Idaho Territory, WITH DISPATCH AND AT LOWSMT Going Bate.. MukOoodl , "Csm 9. 9. Man. Toaaia, Novada. PH. FEL8ENTHAX, Agent at Piocbe. mrit-ti HUGH WHITE. H MoCOBKINDALE. J'' Nortl NOTICE HEREBY GIV1TM TITAT APPITPiTmnJ for Patent fnr Tnu n l.ni. in Orth-EaHt OnartM ini) Mim Vrmth.Km. 11....... and tbe East half of the' Smith. West Quarter of Section Twenty-two, in Townahip One, North of Rango Sixty-aeven last. Mount Diablo Meridi an, containing 400 acres, and being the Town, aite of Pioche, in Lincoln Connty, State of No. vada, mnat he made to the underaignod on or before the lilth day of Hoptember, A. D. or toe forever barreI. 8ee com. piled lawa of tho Stale of Nevada, p. 418, vol. a, acc. SHii. Act approved February 20th. 1861). Applications iiiuot ' filed with J. C; Foster, Esq., at the Land office, Pioche. or with me .t niy office on my return. M. FULLER, anlMOd Trustee of Townsite of Pioche. j. ;im:mm & to., MAIN STREET, PIOCHE NEVADA. IMPORTERS AND DEATiHTRS IN STOVES, CROCKERY, GLABH W A RE, and HOUSE VVRN. I801NG GOODS. Mannfactnrera of epper. Tin and Sheet-Iron Ware, Plnmbere. Hteam ana ua irittm. m.T ARB NOW PREPARED to rtnw. T tract tar Air Pine, lllr,. Din. t.i o - " " uraao weight roquirea site and Also Agent, for tbe Celebrated Book' Patent Cook Stove. ap-tf GEO. T. GORMAN, NOTARY PUBLIC for LINCOLN COUNTY, COMMISSIONER Of DRKDtt FOR . CALIFORNIA AND UTAH. Roeord OfflM,. ..,,,.... Laeoar Stnot, jeSQ PIOCHE, NIT. tf SALESROOM, 207 FRONT STREET, San Francisco. CIGARS AND TOBACCOS MANUFACTURED OF CALIFORNIA. GROWN LEAF. JOHN C. LYNCH. Wholesale and Eetail Liquor Merchant, Corner Main and Laoonr streets, ' . t PIOOHE, HUGH WHITE tfeCO. OFFICE Over WeUa, Farm Co.. Salt Lake City. . BRANCH and Warohoaaa Term In.. of U. S. R. R. FORWARDING ....AND.... ' C05!5IISSIO?i 51EKCHAMS. MERCHANDISE, MACHINERY, KTC. 1011 warded to all points in Tintie and Souih ern Utah. Also to Pioche and other Point in Soulhi alt era Nevada. . PIOCHE FREIGHTS A SPECIALTY. RCVERS, SAMPLERS AND SD1P PERS OF ORE AND BULLION. ( Lock Box em, 1 i (SALT LAKE CITY.) Sole Agent, in Utah for Kansas Manufacturing Co's Celebrated Wigone, Buggies, Carriage, io. Warranted. W. E. .au-17-ljr GRIFFIN, Ajreal. ' At Wella, Fargo Co'.. JAB. SHEA. A. B0CQUEB4Z. B. MrKFK. SHEA, BOCftTJERAZ & McKEE ' baportar aad Jobliera at WISES 1HD LjipORS. Proi.rietor of and the LongkesUbllshed well-known FASHION SALOON & CLUB ROOMS TAKES PLEASURE IN INFORMING OLD patron, and new one. that he will continue, aa heretofore to keep WINES, THE FINEST AND . LIQUORS OL ioon ron " Tea.Eettle Hxurh.i WHISKIES, Cor. Front and Jackson Ms., BAN t'RANOM aoll-tf Solilen 'V OIOARS- .JDTJD Maaaactmred by the Consolidated Tobacco Co. , y. f Callarala. Particular attention will hereafter be given The Wholesale Trade. All desiring to stock Bars, In the city or out. side oampa, are invited to oall and sample goods and learn prices. ; .; . ... , ; Before Purchasing Elsewhere. SHER-WOOS fc BBO., MAIN STREET, PlOt BF, SUPPLY ....or.. ALL KINDS sIINl.W AND BUILDING LUMBER, SAWED TIMBER, ' , HEWED TIMBER ANT) POLES. CALIFORNIA LUBBER, " REDWOOD and SUGAR riNR . ' ; MOULDINGS and BHlNOLKe, . ' , D00B8 and WINDOWS c , Also. STOVE-WOOD, anv lexnlh mA at BBABONABLB BATES. J. II. Birr Ami... WHOLESALE . STORE, TONE BUILDINe HIT TO': TBI OOCBT-HOUSI. aaya.tr LOO?. -.'.!' jlHECK NO. 10.02. TO 2"D.t: 12 J Flynn. drawn bytb Bjya IlT B M. Co., for tm. The said Cheek was dattd May 3d, 18T. All peril " DT canUontd againat negotiating tbt mn Jaywir. ha beenrtoppad. , CLLTK. , LOST. CHECK DRAWN BY T, W. CLl'Ii', dated March Mb. U7S. cn the Hank ir fornia. Baa Fcaaoisco. Callffirala. In favor of Beuban Alton. . Tint said jchtick isunitaiud in ana oiawa tor w, was loat ua l'loen. 4mty Stb. 181S. AH varties are canlioaed aaia ne gotiating said check aa pa;a:f nt has b sUippeo.; . iy-4 An