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inc. riuw-j: TTOBKH STOCK (Uji jb.kcico. RKPORT. Oct-ler lftCfl Oritur- & u..tcan T70 Gould Carry- 5 tf tf . UO Chollar r""-1 lo Crown P,B-Ta 13 150 A H qoerti 1 u Alpha-!' Mil BeirhP- WH iTVrri Nevada-13H U'i til Bulllon-Wtl J-J08UCCOT 1 j Union Co-8 a :w Lady Bryan-'i 50 Caledonia 10 CS Dayton 3 10ON V Con -114 310 Occidental 3 J) WoodTiUe 1 1 iou Mint- H UK) Nevada- J64 Lady Washington.!. ai Koaaotb 1 WO otild Hill 1 8 M Ande-3 3? IijU Mull 8' Pacific I 100 Well Fargo l.Xc T.i North Carson1 lio Baltimore Con :i 150 Silver Hill 71 ti 400 Knickerbocker 2 Sa AFTERNOON BALKS. 175 Meadow Valley 9 176 Kavmond ft Ely-SB 25 55 KM Eureka Con-lSl K-H 15'J WKM 150 .lackaon 1 100 Belmont Hi TiO PrUBKian 'J VO K K Con MWGila 2H 2! SO Pauther1 HKI feineva 2 Si HIV Manntleld S5o H 50 (i Mm Chariot-1 W Poorman 1 4B0 California 57 .'.7 4JS Jnatlcs 31 H 31 30 nelcher 18!. 420 Ophlr 60 66 H 56 MS 120 Overman- 3 115 Imperial H 9 ti6 Mexican-JOM 20 t0 550 Beat Belcher 44 160 Florida 3 16 Con VirRinia 200 150 Sierra Nevada 13)4 13 20 Crown Point 21 90 Alpha -10 A ' LOCAL I NTEUNCj A brTvaIs" DDEF ARTU B E OaaKD Hocs-Wmm During yea- terdayW. P. Goodman. Matt. Halpin. Torn Campbell, J. D. Ernst, and numer on. atheri of tha Bvb Of Pmehe I Hose, were putting their bouse in crier for the grand reception ot taa eten.ug, decorating with flags, paintings and pic res: whilst A. P. M.iler of the San re House, waa also usriui.j -,,-...,... at 8p ':""'.U"L "tV". TUnA onened the m. in riccna --- . , propeedinRS with several ,mpny Ml o ' 11,8 n.il-e in anread around, v, m' uu"ru ARK1VAL8. HITiH WniTE'a BALI LAKE LINK: F I. Mooro DEPASTURES. (IILMBB A a.UOBDfBT'a HAMILTON Fiitlier O'Seill Fcskbax. Th funeral of Mra. X. M. Hillcr, wifa of N. M. Miller, took place at the reaideuce of her bnuband on Maiu street yesterday at 10 A. M.. The body was tirst conveyed to the Episcopal church, where the nsuul impressive gr vio. a oer the dead were read by Kev. R, H Kline, after which the decerned was conveyed to her last resting place, fol lowed by a large nnmber of sorrowing relatives and friends. The following gentlemen acted as pall bearers on the oocasion: Jno. E. J nines, J. W. Wright, Dan. Cutu, G. E. Alexander. W. E Griffin, Judge Rives, T.R. Butler and Earl Hamilton. Abbivkd. J. J. Bennett, a very emi nent artist and photographer arrived in Piocbe several days since and is now sojourning among us. He is very favor ably impressed with the mines, the sur roundings and the business prospects of Piocbe, and designs settling among us for the purpose of going into the busi ness mentioned above. We will give c farther notice when ho inteuds opening and ulso his location where be is getting prepared. FuKfoHT Abuivkb. A large amount of freight arrived yesterday by the Eun-ka and Palisade R. R. (or the fpllowing parties: G. B.j 8. S.t Fred. Qttmftni G E. Alexander: G. B. Cunning: A J Muson; Dr. Lee; Levin & Co.; P. Wand; T- C. Ponjadej R V. Watt; Raymond & Ely Mine; Jos. uh; i. W. Ulute; A Cobn & Bro. ; E Solomon; P. Harrison J. Mever & Bro.; Wells, Firgo & Co., Molt, Fish & Co. and W. R. Wilson. A letter was received on Thursday night in Piocbe from Jno. R. Clark, who bad just reached Hamilton, from which place he wrote that the stago in which he (eft tipped over about twenty miles this aide of Hamilton and Johnny was com pelled to walk some distance. He was ep joying pretty fair health when be wrote, Distbk.t Coi'nT. The District Court met yesterday at 13 o'clock pursuant to adjournment and transacted the following business: A panel of fifty trial jurors was drawn by the District Judge and County Clerk and were made returnable on Mon day, Oct. 11th, at 10 a. M. The Court Ad journed till 7 p. t. last evening. i?AfKT Mitlb. The abortive attempts of several parties on Main street yester day to ride a balky mole were witnessed by a nnmber of persons. Some few among the number of riders got off sue ceskfully, alter Roing a short distance, without getting butt. Focndei. The Raymond & E'y J unary made 7.000 pounds of castings yesterday of ail kinds. They are llng tbe water-pippg from the main tank on the bill as fust as possible. The plugs iuiii iiiey nre ereotmg are the same size ana Hind an are nsed in the streets of fwebe. W are informed by Judge J. B. Van Hagan that Dennis Sullivan, who form erly resided in Piocbe and who left here last February, is ry sii-k at San Fran cisco, in f aot so oadly off that ha is not etpeated to pye very looj. JIew FlAO ftrAFF. Piocbe Hose Com pany ereoted a ig Btaff yesterday on top of their new building on Main St. The magmfioent flag of the Company was unfurled to the breeze during the day, adorning the house considerably, Ghain. A. Prairie brought to Pioche Jestetdy from tya ranch near Patterson, ve tons of bariey, uats, etc, for John Rotde'r, Looinis and others.' He is now shipping grain to Piocbe weekly. J Vst received a full assortment of the finest brands of imported oigrs, among which ere the popular brands Bonqmt and Garcia; well known to old smokers. Rolla V. Watt, at Lue's drng store. tf TgAMsCaptnln H. S. Lubbock will piease receive our tbnnka for a supply of luiumuea me ltKCOBD. Ra-CKIVKD.-G. R. A1en,U. Ztl " -'ment of r...Hu.u.;, uiu)9, uiiw, iot Codntt CoMMi3sioNERs.-Tba County Comnii-sioners met yesterdav. but ad loomed without doing any business. Jos. Rich received a new lot pf goods .ttino no the Brand lonch upread in tb. evening. All beina prepared fine aira, after wbicb the invited Bn-t na "T.C' of the - i .. .1 wine noweu piruu .U l,-.ger beer and whisky. Tbe Inni-b l.bUwas 8Pread in magnificent style, th- Mm oaesed to tbe guests were . .i The lunch table was presided over by Alex. Harrison. nd ... . .ton. thai all wera well served. Th. nu...nt iiioTnient waa kept up -.ii . i.t hour. Pioeha E Company return their kind thank, toth. following lor aonauuu. cigars, br-ad. ban., etc, and purticularly . a r u.ii.e fnr the trouble ha took : iu A. . . T i in cooking their luocb; mn. u. a. t.an i nnedieke. 8hustru-h .t ri.i'na enika .t McAlpin. Jno. C. Lyuch,' Wiederhold A Goodman. D. C. Clark & Bro., Jcob & aitau,;. cl"! Boker. Beaopra Eroa., Henry W elland, T7arl Hmi!lnn. Wm Z idow, A. D. Mil- i,. riihfried .ir Bris.icber, A. Colin & Bro., J. J. Halpin & Co., W. II. Harri .rm. iind to the members of the Piocbe Rr,uui Band. Taking into consideration tba abort notice at which this reception was gotten np, it proved to be a grand success. Retitbnkd. Jos. Upton returned yi terday to Pioche from Prune's, nt which place he baa been Bojourning for four mouths, no waa Biting when ho left Piocbe bat now looks the perfect picture of health. Joseph complains very much of the want of courtesy on lha part, of some persons in Piocbe; be says, when ever the news come over the wires that a certain feminiue will arrive at sncb a day, ont goes a mascniiue in a buggy to meet her. He says b telegraphed but no buggy came to meet him, whereat he is wrothy. Tin: Jtswtsu Holidays. At sundown yesterdny the feast of Yora Kippur com menced, and will continue till sundown to-day. Thin is the greatest dy iri the Hebrew callendar and is universally ob served as a day of Atonement. A strict fast is observed and varions religious ceremonials gone through with. AH the varions places of business ocoupied by Israelites were cloBed yesterday after noon and will rem iin closed till sundown to-day. Justice Cocbt. In the Justice Court yesterday Judge Allen rendered hia de cison in the clothing case against the clothing merchants. In the case of Kubls against Van Nordeck a jury trial was had, which ocoupied tuo afternoon session of the court, the jury finally bringing in a verdict in favor of the plain tiff for $39.50 and costs. Left. The Rev. Father O'Neil left Pioche on yesterday morning's Hamilton stage on his way to Yreka, California. Father O'Neil belongs to a Mission of Christian Brothers at Yreka and baa been ciatinc nt tbe Catholic church here for the past three weeks. We wlBh the Rev. Father s pleasant journey. A FiBST-cLAss assortment of wooden pipes, cherry stems, fancy letter paper, etc, etc.; also "8olace." "Doroe," Lone Jack." "Durham," "Apricot," Bub White." "Gilroy" and "Perfqne." smoking tobaccos, nt mv stand in Lee's drug store, Rolla V. Watt, "tf Spf.echks At the bouse warming of fiochB nose Company last evening speeches were made by the following gentlemen, in honor of tbe event : T. Campbell, President of the tjompany1. J. 13. Van lingan, W. w. Bishop, Wm Dougherty, L. V. Looinis, Rnss Scott, Jno. Boeder and numerous others. Rolla V. Watt, at Dr. Leu's drug store yesterday received by tho Eureka and Palisade Railroad an immense stock ot tonncoo, not!) smoking and cbewing and a varied assortment of the best brands of aigars. Give bun a call. Disthict ConRT. -Court met lust eve ning at 7 p. m. Tbe argument on the lien notice of M. Kavanaugh against tbe Huhn & Hunt mine was continued nntil to-day. Yonng vs. Clute; argument on motion to pay over all moneys, etc. Ad journed until to-day at 1U A. m, Youno Ladies and Gents please take notice I bay the- hast ttusor'iiuent pf tinted popers for letter-writing ever brought to Pioche; will shortly have a full supply of stationery of all kinds, "tf Rulla V. Wait. J. B. Packs' Cablo Coil and Gold Block, nlso six inch and twelve inch twist, for plug tobacco, can not be ex celled. .Tba above is for sale by Rolla V. Watt, at Lee's drug Btore. 'tf. Bio Stosb. A large number of im mense rocks or boulders were hanled into town last eyenjng from Round Val- y lor tne loqndation fit tbe Meadow Valley hoisting works. Tub "Talisman," " Gold Tread " and Our Best," floe cuts, are tbe best brands in the mnrk-t ; all of these may be louna at atoiia v. Watt s, at Lee s drug store. 'it Fibht Cabk. Ney Churchmau won bis maiden otise, as an attprney practicing at the bar, in the Justine Court yesterday afternoon, that of Kubls against Van Nordeok. Tun following pasaetiger will arrive by the Jlumilton ituge of this evening; H. Licbes. m Thk Salt Lake stage arrived yesterday at 5 p. m. with one passenger. unless tba Teasel became unmanageable. hich does net appear, no other cause can be assigned fur the dimeter. A Washington special siys that it is reported, npon what is considered to ba good authority, that a new Secretory of tba Interior will ba unnonneed to-mor row, and further, that his name has not yet been mentioned iu the speculations heretofore made concerning that appointment. Nashville, Tenn.. Oct. 8. Tba Ten nessee Central College of this city was dedicated yesterday, the ceremoniea be ing conducted by the Rev. Dr Rusk. On the platform were seated tbe mem bers of tba Tennessee Conference of tba Methodist Episcopal Church, tbe officers of tbe College and Fisk University, with several of tbe most prominent colored citizens. Tba address was delivered by Bishop Bowman. Short ail dresses wera nlso made by Bishop Haven, Professor Sponce, Rev. H. S. Bennett of tba Fisk University, Jude Caldwell of Shelby ville, R-v. Dr. Phillips, Calvin Pickett and Daniel Watkins. Tbe new building is four stories high, r2xftt. and cost $20,000. New YoBK,Oot. 8. -The Fire EnRiueera met to-day only for closing exeroisca and adjourned to meet iu Philadelphia next year. After adjournment tbe dolegatee witnessed a parade of a portion of the New York Fira Department. Boston, Oot. 8 G. W. Pemberton was banged this morning in the Charles St. jail for tbe murder of Mrs. Margaret Bingham in East Boston on the 22 1 of March. He was little sffeoted, calm with out being stolid or indiff-rent; his death was instantaneous and waa caused by concussion of tbe brain or the shock of the fall. At 10:30 the door were openid and the execution waa over, tba whole timo being exactly one hour. The bodv was given to his wife. New Yobk, Oct. 8 The police think they have captured the niurdorer of Jus. N. Noe, but are very reticent about it. Their captive has been recognized as the man who pawned Noe's watch in Brook lyn the day after the murder. Tbe Trusteea of the Peabody Educa tional Fund continued in session to-day; a portion of tbe business will be tbe election of a Trustee to fill the vacnncy caused by the death of Ex-Gov. Graham of North Carolina, and tbo adoption of resolutions: of sorrow at his loss. To day's session will probably conclude th labors of the Board. The Evening Post says: "We under stand that Duncan, Sherman & Co. hav6 withdrawn their proposition made soon after their failure to their orcditors, only a few of the latter having accepted it. New Yobk, Oot. 8. The Supreme Court, general term Judges Davis, Brady and Dincles holding term deliv ered an opiniou to-day, on a motion by Tweed's counsel, that on entering un order pursuant to its recent decision con firming Jndge Barrett's refusal to vacate the order of arrest, the Court should al low drfundunt to. answer the demurrer and take other action as advised. Tbe Court gives defendant merely seven days to answer, which will give pluintiffs time to notice case for trial. PnoviDK.NcK. Oot. 8. The city author ities are making a holiday to-day, giving a reception to Admiral Wtllesly and the officers of the British fleet in Newport harbor. A Pradlfftaaa Coal Mine. ' CL0THIKG. rfJEIIISHniG GOODS. An itmiien mine of coal bnsbeeu ,m. everea in tnt it ecnuty, Mvonimg, ner Carter Rtvn, on the Cmnn Pa cific It was discovered by Mr. Ctocker. of Loguu, from information he received from an old Indian, who showed him a piece of fine-looking conl which hefonnd while bnnting. Ha offered to show Mr. Crocker tbe place if he would ;;ive him $10, which offer was readily accepted. Tbe Indian then took .him about lift v miles to a spot abont five miles from tbe mine, which Mr. Crocker found hv trac ing the vein the Indian pointed oat to him. The mine is in a sandstone moun tain, about four and a half miles long. rnnuinc north and aouth, facing east. and abont three miles and a quarter across, the mountain dipping suddenly at eacb end. There are sixteen Veins of coal in sight. The bottom one is the smallest, leiug five feet; tbe next is tbe birgest and in out easy of eoos, and is npwarj of seventy feet thick; the next above is sixty feet; another of about thirty feet; five of about toenty tett eacb, and five ol sixteen feet each. The Inst is abont twelve altogether about 400 feet of coal four and a half miles loug; in fact it may b correctly termed a mountain of ooal. The veins lie at an angle of 23 deg , with ledges of white sandstone intervening. The coal is very bright, perfectly free from slate and dirt, and is aaid to be canal coal. A small quantity of the croppings trom the 70 foot vein has been tested for coke by an assnyer, who states that it yields coke 02.2 per cent. When it is considered that very large inaiitUia .of ntke are shipped from Pounsvlvania to Utah and Nevada, a dislanaa. of 2.000 miles, nt a coat of $35 to $40 per ton, for tbe pur pose of smelting silver ores, it will at once be seen of what immense valuo this mine is likely to prove to owners of low grade silver mines. But whether the coal will coke or not, it Is au excellent st'-ain ooal. One engineer who has used it says that one bushel of it will rnnke as much steam as three bushels of ordiuary coal, leaving less ashes than any coal he ever burned. Professor Poutez, geolouist to tho Central Purifio Riilroad, has made auv investigation of the mine, and reports it ns the finest do posit of coal tn Western America. S. F. Stock Report. my mp mm mm q 4 q s STAGE LUTES. CLOTH I Id EVERY OTHER DAY STAGE LINE. PIOCUJZl Tn HAMILTON, AND HALF-DAILY FUOM HAMILTON TO ItOBINSOV AND KCHKLA CREEK, ' AND TRI-WEEHXY FUOM HAMILTON TO CHEERY CEEEZ GILMEE 4 SALISBURY, Proprietors. C??m f 8- MAIL AND WELLS, FAB- ! Tl1" ThM t lea m.eWlr Surkn) with i AMKRICAN HORSES and new CONCORD COACHES. Howes leave PlorhT o'clock A. M niaklrm clow connection with Railroad BUn from Hamilton. n , , OHoa at Walla, Fargo Co. . CLOTHING WAR! ! BUSINESS MREOTORY". UNTIL FURTHER ITIfE! What an Enoli-hm an said auout It. Among the throng which passed iu and ont of the bank many wero strangers, tourists representing almost every Eu ropean country, wbo wished to satisfy a laudable curiosity, Oue gentleman, who hiis been an employee in the Bank of England, called at our office' to express his opinion tutit, with all the surrouud- ing circumstances, Biich an event as that witnessed yesteriny never occurred ill I any country. " Why," raid he, " Lon don, tho world's financial oenter, can i bonst of nothing of (he kind. A bank (ails; it is flashed over aontinent and i ocean that it is rotten to tbe core and bus 1 millions of debts, with comparatively no available assets; and what do I see? A few weeks intervene yon Americans call il oonttdenoe, an Kugliahman would call it pluck the doors are thrown open; tho people cheer; guns belch in salute; flags are run np; a long line of bank porters and commercial olrrks file in, weighed down wilb bags of coin, to deposit for safe keeping; I see a half-score of servants of the bank for hours counting and count ing, until tho accumulated weight of the donble-esgles oinlie the tables on which they are piled fairly bend. Too stranger the most strange sight was to be wit nessed at tho Paying Teller's counter. The conntonances of those- drawing out money were a study. There was no jost ling, no hurry. I think I am oorrect iu stating that fifty per cent, of them offered an apology for drawing out enough of their f inula for immediate ne cessities when it was patent to them all that every dollar win subj ct to their call. What country ever saw the like of this before? Tho Bank of England never heard of such a thing." S. F. Altn. JOS. RICH, OPPOSITION CLOTHIER -or- BY TELEGRAPH! SPKOIAL TO JHB PIOOHI DAILT HKOOI BY WESTERN UNION I.T.NR. Eastern Dispatcher. Pacific Coast. San Fbanciscq, Oct. 8. AttbeMaison Doree last night, General Sheridan was entertained by the Commander in this city of the Loyal Legion of the United otaies, an organization oomposed or ex volunteer officers who served during the war and commissioned officers of the United States Army and Navy. General Scbnfleld occupied tbe oliair; Sheridan, in reply to a toast, eulogized the conduct ot' the California hundred during the war, eopecllly in the battle on Cedar Creek. It is understood that some of tbe most prominent citizens of San Fran cisco are moving in tbe matter of ten dering to General Sheridan a grand pub lic banquet in the Palace Hotel before his return to the East. dakrhsfikld, Vytti., uct. i. ad ex tensive and bloody riot occurred among tho Chinese of this plaoe, and at one time things looked serious. One white man named Charles Diets; and. one Chi naman are Kiuea; oiner uninamen are badly wounded from cuts and not ex pected to live. Diets was assisting tbe officer to make an arrest, when ba re ceived bis death wonml by a pistolBbot from a Chinaman he had arrested; the murderer efciiped. Los Anoelrs, Oat. 8 Information from femicula indioatea oot tba alight. est disposition on tbe part of the Indi ans to make any hoBtile demonstrations they are completely cowed. They hat Borne idea early this year they would be ejected, and have therefore raised but very meagre crop this season. The set. tiers in the vicinity have not the slight est apprehension of disturbances. Santa Crdu;, Oct. 8. Thp town is jubi lant over the first trip of cars on tb Santa Cruz & Felton Narrow-gauge Rail road. The road is important as opening up a rich timber country. Foreign News. Dr. Loring has been discussing re- vals. He thinks the revival which we need is a revival oi tno religion wnicn eeps God's commandments; which tells the truth and sticks to its promise; blah pays twenty Bbillings to the pound; which cares mott for a good character than a fine noat ; which votes at the ballot-hox in the same direction that pravs; which denies ungodly lusts, and wbioa can be trusted in every stress of temptation. A revival which will sweeten onr bomes aim chasten our press and purify onr politics and cleanse our busiuess aud oonimerae from roguery and rottenness would he a boon from heaven. A revival which will bring not only a bible knowledge. tut a bible oon Bcienoe tOk all. t what tu- land is dying for. The world's secret want to-day is more ohristian-hke men and women Tbe preaching it needs is moro sermons tn Buoes, New Yobk, ' Oct. 8. Moody and. Sankey begin (heir revival work October 31st, in tbe Brookly Rink, whioh bag a oapioity of from seven to eight thousand. Services will ba on tba same general plan pursued in Great Britain. Chicago, Oot. 8. Tbe iron propeller Merchant, which left this port Wednes day afternoon for Buffalo, having on board a oaygo of 30,0,00 bushels of corn and 1,2,00 barrels of flour, struck a sunken rock on Racine Reef, about 9 o'clock tbat night, and suuk in nine feel o( water, , The Merchant is one of tbe finest boats in the Anchor line and was making ber first tripof the seasoo, which accounts possibly for tb bad manage ment of the vfbsoI, as there is apparent ly no excuse but tbat of bad, sailjug (or the nccjdeut. "(tie dangers of Raoioe Reef have been pointed oot by (be Gov ern men t authorities and tba praaa, and PIOCHE, UAB JUST RECEIVED HIS Immense Stock of Clothing and Gentlemen's FnrnUblng Goods, Trunks, Valises, Bats, Caps, Boots and Bboes, ot TI1E LATEST STYLES. JOS. RICH, OPPOSITION CLOTHIER Asm MEECHANT TAILOR. Ml Good Bouyht at tbo Opposition Clothing Btore will be Fitted to suit as Custom Work Free ot Charge. SOUTHWESTERN STACE LINE. SL FRixtKfO. OL., -vu-- S ALT LAKE CITY. HUGH WHITE. "PROPRIETOR. ONLY ONE NIGHT'S STAGING. THROUGH TO MINUS OF R. R. IN 38 HOURS. Routt Newly Htorked wllk Kens and Hla.hnran Tearaa .and Concord Coaches, CARRYING U. B MATT.. AND WELLS, FAB, GO ft OO.'B EXPRESS. STAGES LEAVE AT S A. At. TIIROCGH TICKFTH TO RAN FRAN CISCO, for wile at WFLLH, FAROO ft CO'S office tn Pioche. Fare he -me as via Hamilton andPalia.de. Parti a holding Through Tlcktts can "top over at any point on the road as long uiuv mar ueeirn. uVl-tr E. B. MoTT, Ja., Sacramento. O. H. Fiaa, Pioche. MOTT, FISH & CO.. Meadow "Valley St. PIOCHE ... - NEVADA, IMPOBTERS And Dealers in HARDWARE, MILL AND MINING SUPPLIES. ALANDrR..R.,Drn(Ttirtan-4A50t)vary HaJn Mwt, eppoane Laronr. ADIIAIIAM T. W., Poetroawer. .Ufflce, Lacoor stmt BI8n0P k 8ABIV, Attorneys at Law. -. Main street, Pioeha. BCEN'E HORACE D., Attorney at Law and Notarv Public. Offica over State Bank. BRICK SALOON, Lacottr street, Ab. Poll err. nron'r. BROWN A., Wholesale and Retail Lienor deal er. Main St.. Piocbe. under Broara'a Ball. TJARNCM KESTAUHaNT. Meadow Valler St., opposite Mott, Fish ft Oo"a. OOBcmNA JOS. M.. lale In Groceries, Pro J vii, rnut. Candy. Ci, an, Tobocro, etc.. Main aha ,i , i UAB. OOkDICKE, proprietor Ban Francisco nnvmnn , . Brewery, Panaca Flat. OHN ft BRO. J., Genetol CloUUera, Slain at . immita u .1 . - a - v..i vayiwi UtkAWll. Mala street, Q IT V MK AT MARKET, Mala B. QrLVF.rtWEI.L, WM., BnlllonTllle Stage, ato. CLARK O. C. A BRO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Groceries, Provttlona and Gen eral Merchandise, Lower Main street. , pOHN ADOLPH ft BRO., Wboleeale and V Krtall Dealers la Tobacco aud Cigars, Main atree. oppoalia Meadow Valler. DEXTF.B STABLBB, Meadow Valley street. Geo. O. Jonnelon, proper. IVAn.T ALTA CALIFORNIA O. Wledernold, t Aent. EIBKNMANN 1. h CO., Importers and Deaieia tn Uardware. Crockery, Glaaaware anO Honiw.nrnl.hlng Goods, Main street. PMJhKKA AND PAUHADM B R. AJ W. E. Orlffln, Agen. yELBENTHAL PH., Dealer tn Orocertea, X? Provlaior-.uiothing, etc., ... mum B,1,1lUig. Main street, Pioche. lULEB ft McALPIN. CTr,lll.n S.I00T1. J. Meadow Valley atrcet. and Citv club Rooms. Alain street, wholesale and retail dealers iu U'luora. tMiANOKu CHOP HOCBE, uM poitoffloa I building, Lac-jur St. ... GORMAN GEO. T., Notary Public and Com. nalaalnernf riwwl. f. .itMi m m.k rjniPFIN W E.,.tWella. Fargo ft Co t, dial VJT conma check, etc. . (IL.VEB ft BALIBHURT. proprietors stag J line from Pioche to Hamilton, and Hanoi ton to Bolilnaon, Bcbell Creek and Cherry Creek X 623 Kearny street. Ban Fmnetao GIBFRIED ft BRI8ACHER, Ban Francisco Restaurant and Bakery, Meadow Valley tract, opposite Dextar BUbloa. .- . , HUGH WniTE'H Bait Lake Dally Stage Lin Omen at Welle, t aryu ft Oo HENDERSON ft RIVER, Stock Brokers, Ottice with Wells, Fargo ft Co. HUOn WHITE ft CO., Foraruiug and lorn uilralou Merchant". Orhceat Hells. Far- au Co'a bait Lake; W. E. Urittln Agent Piocbe. HALMM J. J.IX DeaUira luhanuian, Main street. HARENBERQ DR. 0., Physician snd Snrgaou, Mwulovk Vallej auoat. t JACOBS ft BCLTAN, Wholesale and Eetali Oealura iu Ueueral Mercbaudiae, Mais at. JON.KS J. M., Aaaayer, oflic Main atn et. In P. nelbtzleman'a jtwelr) store. OCU CHAS., bool-u.aker, Ljuli'i block. Lauuur atrbet. KINO ft CHA1TTN, Conveyance! k. 44i Calif urnla at., ban ranclaco, Cal. KCLLMAN ft AllMLK, Dealers iu Cigars and Tobacco, 308 ft St8 hacraiueto at., San Francisco. LTFTIE8 ft BOWMAN, Mannfacturera atia Lui uorteni or Havana Cigara, corner ot hacra- oiento aud Battery streets. Ban Francisco, LiVINUBTON ft CO., Flna Brandies, wines aud Liquors. 220 and 2X3 Calilornia street. aan Franciaco. LYNCH JOHN C, Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealer, eor. Main and Lacour ats. LANIUS KINUiCV.. Asaayer, Main street, Pioche. KAUOW UUTJU, HAl-OOn, liulllon villa. Kc Blacksmith's Iron and Hardware, Steel, AND 8ETLVE!,, CALL, FX a MINK JVO'-E FOR TOt'K THAT IS ALL 1 ASK. & T Tinware. fct.tt G. R. ALEXANDER, Druggist ana Apothecary K EEPS CONSTANT!.! OH HAND A LARGE lot ot Pure k Drugs; Chemicals, Perfumery, Soaps, SELLING Vll Toilet Vrtlcleaj, London, Oct. 8.-4 special dispatch to the Daily News states tbat L. Jnba bratiob, a leader of the Herzegovinian insurRents, is at Rugnsa ill with fever. London, Oct. 8. The amount of bul lion withdrawn from the Bank of Eng land on balance to-day is 33G,000; prin cipally for America. Malta, Oct. 8.-Mr. Virtal, the Ameri can Consul at Ttipoli has returned to that oity. Montreal, Oot. 8. A true bill has been found against Honore Calt, late Manager of the Jacques Cartier Bank, for making a false bank statement. Hamilton, Ont., Oct. 8. Tb propel lers St. Andley and Bristol lying at the dock here were bntned to tba water' edtie this morning, Tba propeller Z-a-lud alga took fire and waa damaged to tba extent of $1,000. Tbe St. Aoilley and Bristol were valnei nt 940.000 each; follj insured. W. It. Wilson, dealer in imported cigars, tobacco and reading matter J'Sole ament for Daily Enterprise. S. L. Trih. nne and Enreka Sentinel, ifnlk & MnAI pin r saloon. tf It yoa want any tin ware, sheet iron and copper war manufactured or repair ed, and also nlnmblna t very low prices, go to J. J. Halpin & Co., who employ none but flrat-olasg workmen, tf . While' contemplating' the' " smooth edges." of two pny-davs in close jnsta position, try the Bm oot h liqnors and fine cigars at Panaca Haloon, Lacour street. one price! one bid! lw Dr. Dral hasnsociatpd himself with Dr. Hammond, from California, in the rtrarticaof medicine in thl risen. They will De round at tbe San Jose House, tf All persona wbo like to smoke the best tobacco should nse the old fashioned Pnrlqnu." It is made in New Orleans and is for Bale by Holla V. Watt, at Lea's drug sioro. tf For Salk. An A No. 1 Riding Horse and Light Wagon for sale cheap for cash. Apply to : , W. It. Wilon. At Folks 4 MoAlpin's, Meadow Valley st. ChekskI Cbeesel One thousand pounds of White River Cheese; also, best East ern Cheese, for sale, to the trade or at retail, at T. C. Pocjadk's. C. B, Raymond, toneorial, artist, can alwav8 be fonnd at his place of business, on Main street, above J. J. Halpin & Co.'s store. lm leg, Crystal Ick, delivered daily by S. B. Marti no. Leave orders at saloons ot E. Hamilton or Folka & McAJpin. tf Housn to Lrr Appbr to W. R. Wil son at Fulks & McAlpin's. Go to Alexauder'g for your rlrucs. CHEAP ! EVERT CLOTHING HOTJMS WILL HAVE TO UO THK BAMICI, LOWEST POSSIBLE PEI0E. Main St., Piocbe, opposite Lacour St, mya-t? X AM . 50 PEE CENT. UNDER THE MARKET! As other Houses Veep Lowering Iheir Prices -I will Lower Mine. , I Will XTndorsoll Every Ono. fiQ MOKE MONOPOLY IN PIOCHE! NK W GOODS t NEW PATTERNS! SAN 'FRANCISCO RESTAURANT Aim 23 aOL 3D n Y . MEADOW VALLET 8TREET, Opposite Dexter Stable. Olbrrled b Brlaacher, Proprlatara. Fresh Oysters tn evarf style. .-. Open day and night fer the accommodation ot be pnbllc. nM-tf MARX F. v., Forwardli g ana uommieeion Merchant, Toano (O. P. B. B.) Nevada. MORTON ft BCHWE1QEU, Beota and Hhoea, Meadow Valley Bt. MOTT, riHB ft CO , Importers and Dealers tn Hardware, Mill and Mining Goods, ate Meadow Valley strket. MINT bALOON.Uainat., -. - - Hartay Fay,' pvap'r. ,E8IirTT JAMES, Oonmuaaum alervhaut, tl Lower Main bt. ' - NEVADA MEAT MARKET, Main, opposite Ltoonr street. NEWABK MILL, prepared to work custom ore. F. W. Clute, Bnp't. T ICHOL3 F. 0., Dentist, H Office next door to Hatpin's. XI EVA DA BAKtllV. Miauiw Vallej sunt. John Q. Fortman, prop'r. XTEW TORE BAKETiY, Lacour street, ll Herman Horat, propr. PANACA SALOON, Lacour street, B. Mabl atedt proprietor. ' , P1TZKB ft CORSON, Attorneys at Law, Lacour street POND, REYNOLDS ft CO., Importers and Jobbers of Wines and Liqnors, !IU Calif or Ola street, San Franoisco. PIOCHE DAILY RECORD, Newspaper and Job Printing Office, Lacour street, west end. Publication offica. Main atreet, oppoatta neauow valley street. PODJADE, T. C, Meadow Valley street, just below Cedar, dealer In groceries and pro- vlKlona. iLbRBONb D ANN EH, Proprietors Meadow Valley Brewery, cor. Main and Meadow Valley streets. QU1NLAN ft DONAHUJS, Plorhe 1 baerr M.dow Valley Bt Rui ujut juua, ueaiear in uruo-Tio. fm visions and General MerchandiMi,, BW.i Store, Lacour atreet. TEIN, CHAB. ft CO., Storage and Coniniie.it), 3 House, Wines and Ijiiiiora. Lnw Mair. vraet. ' SAN JOBE HOTEL. Main St.. Pioche. " A. D. Miller, propiUtor. JCIICBTRICH ft KLIOlMi., O Philadelphia Brewery, Main atrc-et SCOTT BUB8KLL, Palaoe Saloon Main aire, t. SHERWOOD ft BllU., ueaieraiu bunm, : Main atrsvl. C"TAT BANK OF NEVADA, ? - , Main street. TE1 HEPIb J. il., amuonnui.. iwuijuaAFr, Main street. AN FRANCISCO BREWERY, Geo Miller pro. i nriet, r. Meadow Valley street. OCHOF1ELD ft BOYD, Blsn Painters, etc., 5 Main at., opposite babin'a building. rpHOMPSON ft OAI U1N, Wholoaale Deaieia iu 1 Wine. Liquor and Cigara. Lacour atreet. rpOWNBEND HOUSE Bait Lske City, Utah. "lSrEAVEIl ft TAYLOR, Dealers in Bubber W floods, 601 Market street. Ban Francisco. Fred. M Pierce, Agent Pioche. WILSON W. B., Dealer in Cigara, Tobacco, Btattonerv, in Fnlks ft McAlpin'a saloon. WIEDERHOLD 0., Pioneor News Depot, Main atreei J. O. MoCORMICK HENRY LEVY EL MAIN ST., PIOCUE. Mccormick & levy, PROPRIETORS. FINEHT "WXJNTE1B, ijiQuons ea.xx.cl CIGARS. mt27.tf PIPIPAX. J. COOK. HENRY REED. LIVERY STABLE, MBAPOW VALLEY BTREET, PIOCHE n i i i NEVADA 000K & ET.ED, PE0PEIET0ES. ANEW A880RTMFNT OF KOCK awavs. Buraies. Team and Had. die Horses on hand and to let on short ntttlnA. Btock Boarded by tbe Day or Week, sad care fully attended. Ifl-tf NO OLD STOrKt ALL FRESH 1 HUN BOYS, TO J. RICH'S OPPOSITION STORE, STREET. GOOD AT CBBA o-. PBICKA, rpUE ROSICRCCIAN WERE A SECT OF 1 Pbiloaopbora who flourished in Germany during the seventeenth oentury. and Droaecuted profound researches into Natural Science and Occult Philosophy, and sought to discover the ELIXIR OF LIFE. Although booh) superstition may bsva been aeveiopea among tnem ana otner Aichemiaw in search for tba Elixir Vital, yet there la scientific truth at the bottom of all Alchemy and Autrolo. gy . They were impressed with the properties of HKRBAL PREPARATIONS, And found dynamlo and psychologic force la the extract of certain plants. ' M "M" "M JBT -a"2aT Is due to the, raaearehea of a learned sciolai ol Europe among the archives ol tn. " - It is made of TWENTY DIFFERENT HERBS, fonngTeomWaatlonunrtvMled in the aaata. 4m, mCullaBSy. '--..J? PIPIFAX la an enemy to all oomiptlon It aiwlsta and fortifiea Nature. Its manner of operation is to Drive to the Extreme Patrta And throneb the porea of the skin and all emuneaorics of the body, the bad humor which molest It, nlving relief even in diseaeea the moat refractory and difficult to cure, sncb as NMiraleia. Dyspepata. Constipation. Sick Head ache, Nervous Weakness and Billiouanesa. It is pleasant to tbe taste, mild is Its action, marvel ous in Its effects and nnsnrpaeaed as a tonic. Used as a beverage tn aaanu-ioaa district It neu ttatiaea miaaxua and pravanta favai and ague. Sout by all DraggUU, Groaaraand "QOr daatars. Depot 40 Front ttraat. Baa Franclac sn-ami- To the Unfortunate. - NEW REMEDIES I NEW REMKIxilirj't DR. GIBBON-DISPENSE K-O. 5S KEARNY STREET, COR. NEB Commercial, San Franciaco. ; Private eutranea on Conur.arcialatre,. I Katabllahcd in 18M, tor the (reausauil -tt of Sexual and Seminal Diaeaae, - ' " aa Gonorrhea, Gleet, Stricture, Syphilid in all forms. Seminal Weakness, I tu potency. He.,. Bkln dlseaseB of years standlug, and Olccmte" Legs, etc., auocaaafully treated. . . DB. GIBBON baa the pleasure of aiuwM""'"? tbat he has returned trom visiting th P', tin...!,.!, Vnrana nA ku IMUHla praCtltC 1 . . . nor money , VT" "prrTi:Tni Taa returned in seeaing oui new irui...-. hiuuau with increased facillUe for allaviating niuuau suflering. Bembtal 1 emiaaio. Ja- SjZ !?"? rhJI ucd by the youth ot both indulgeuoa. ispnj,, exwJ,t pr&ocng "in. oertalnty the following train oi '""v. STnSoni. unless com batted by acleu. J?J miilcai measurea, vii! Ballow countenance, iik apotstmder th. eyaa, pain in th. bead, riug. ears, noise Ilk. th. rustling of leaves mt rattling of chariots, uneaaineea about the loins, weakness of the llmba, confused vision, blunted intellect, loaa ot confidence, diffidence n approaching strangers, a dialik. to form new acquaintances, a disposition to shun aocWty, loaa ot memory, pimple and variona eruptions about the face, hectic flushea, furred tongue, fcelld breath, cough, eonsumption.ntgbt sweat, monomania and frequently insanity. If relief be not obtained ,you should apply immediately, either in person or by tatter, snd have a care effected by hi new and scientific mods of treat ing disease, which never falls of Ceoting a ruic and radical oura. . , ; , Cured a,t Home.: Parsons at a distant ay ba C'JAhb.tl'' HOMK.byaddreatlng a ljtt-r to O atating case, aymptoma, laaattai ol tint i as bat oontlnwd. and aav. 3C5ty'-' forwarded, free from daoagj f "rtr" any part of tbe country, witn loU and Hew the name of the paper they e this aaveniae. "".'iScloaing Jin In. oln tn a registered lettei tiSSrSimM.jftillMt. Fargo . package of aMdlcuia will be forwanle.' ,:'. nart othe Union. All ciommuniAaUona atriotly aonfldrottal. Aovdresa, , . DB, J- . OtBBOH, dll-ly Box 1067, San Franoiara. Oa ' Am tm' kat1 Ma ''M Ptsaha-tltat af tka ataafal.