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THE PIOCHE.DAIU RECORD.
FBIDAT, .KOVF.MBEB5. Itrt. EDITOR. -Zimisin of pick of the nocM daim f ! tincb-i Brick Bullrtlns. I '"' Year Main, when. .11 order, will l" stETdVl l by Gso. T. Oouns. St. Domingo is bankrupt, lias Lad an earthquake, baa do financial credit, and ia altogether in a bad wny for a tropical island. It is bettered tbat the late W J Forbes died of heart disease. Ilia remains will bo taken to Coloma, Citl , an1 interred by tbe aide of his wife. NEW TO-DAY. NEW TO-DAY. STAGE LIKES. is 50 THE PIOCBE DAILY BECOnO the Cheapest Inlanrl Paper an jrtldnf Medium an the Purine Caast. Weekly Snhserlptlon Cents. AdrertUlaiir n carrespond. lmg Vmvr Rates, Tha RECORD fir. estates all ner the Pacific Coast, and alM la tha fraatar portion af I no chief Atlantic Cities and Bait- era States gemeraltyy , tbnt n'it a the IMief It is a (act woitby of note nlitnrT Indian aoDlied tr . Committee at Virginia. Tbe Count da Torenne and Baron Kothnthild are permeating Salt Lake witb odor of French nobility BCIAION. For tbe tea consecutive jeurs ending December 31st, 1874. tbe total yield of bullion in the States of California and Nevada is as follows: Nevada 11,2M),0U0 1SBV... lHf.fi..., 1HS1... IHflS... 1H69... 1870... 1RT1... 187... 1873... 1H74... Cllfornl. . 2H.KP0,0H0 . 26,600,(100 " 26,W,000 ,. 2W0,0W) .. M.600,01'0 .. M.flOO.OOO ., jn.ooo.ooo ' .. Nt.oon.oco .. n.ouo.eflo . . 16.OUO.O00 io,oo,imt 1s.500.m0 n.ttjo.ono I2,(MI0,0U0 ie,noo,ooo ss.ooo.oipu SIU 50,000 115.760,000 SH.OOO.OOO Total 139,750,000 5 .500,000 88,6l,(KKI 84,000,0110 S,5O0,00 41,000,000 43,000,000 47,760,000 64,160,0110 63,000,000 Totals.Ml.600.0l 00,2.10,C00 41.75O,O00 Sinoe '71 Nevada bas exceeded Califor nia in bcr bullion yield and though that bydraulio mining la contemplated during the preseut Winter lu California to n extent hitherto unprecedented, y tDO j bullion yield of Nevada will be lbe present year fnr in advance of that of California. Tbe total for both Stutt s for 75, together with the alove will probably aggregate $500,000,000 that tboso two States have produod in the last el vim years. Tbe lute disaster nt YirRiuia will be bnt a temporary check on tbe extrac tion of ore and by the 30lh lost, 'lis probable active operations will have been resumed on .the bonanza. It would be a work of surpassing magnitude to nttc-mpt to trace the final destination of such enormous amount of trosnro. During the neriod alreadv mentioned, via: from 18C5to 1874, both inclusive, tbe ship tnents from San Frunoisoo have ag gregated $400,0(10,000, which Includes nil tbe coin aud bullion sent by mail and ex press. This is now scattered throughout Europe, more particularly in Germany, Franca and England, in tbe Chinese nnd Japanese Empires and in British India, but a very Bmall proportion remaining in this country. Tbe connection between the bullion yield and the prospects for spe cie resumption is most intimate and in teresting of research, but could hardly be given justice in the condensed sen tences of a newspaper article. I: Tbe salary of Professor Sessions, of the State University, has been raised to f H,n0O per annum. MPIBIT OF TUB PBESS, The recent Colorado eleotion excited littlo interest in the southern part of tbe Territory. Tbe polls were not opened at oil in five precinots ol memo county. All the mines, without an exception, in 'Winnemucea Mountain are paymK the' workers handsomely for their trouble in extracting tho precious ores. There are renorU of new discoveries of rich mines in tbe Tinal mountains, and nlarer mines south of the Gila, eighty mites northeast of Tucson, Arizona. lnin Manales and II. Zerbert, of Helena, Montana-, built a small boat, and Inst wee sol out to navigate the Missouri river to 8ioux City or Omaha. They floated as far as the first groat fall of the Missouri, their boat got into tue rnpias, anil in rmina over the ninety-foot fall. one , of them . was drowned and tbe other maunurd to escape and returned to- Helena. Chinaman nt Truckee, California, Among all that is worthy of exhibition in the country and will be represented at the Centennial, we have, thus far, failed to notice any movement looking toward tbe representation of tbe Ameri osn press. Tbe newspapers of thii oouutry have been' a most important factor in the work of progress aud march ot civilization and are deserving of most elaborate showing in tbe great exhibition It is the provlnoe of some of the great journals to take up and agitate this mat ter and form a sort of nuoleus for the establishment of a journalistic bureau. Tbe Amerioan newspaper is tbe most progressive, newsy and cosmopolitan of any publication in the world and a ju dioious arrangement of tbe affair would be a souroe of niuoh pleasure, benefit and national credit. The sea serpent has been seen again, this time in the blue and rippling waves that lave Frisco's sunny shore. The head resembled tbat of a lizard or bull frog, and was dazzling black, while the throat was pure white. From the head, just above a liz-ird-shaped mouth, pro truded an inch or more a pair of deep black eyes, bulf as large ra ordinary aauoers. Tbe body was striped in har monious shades of blaok and brown, on the back and sides, tbe stripes running lengthwise, while tbe belly was almost white. Sunning down the centre of the baok was plain to bo seen u sort of flu likeruffle, about four inches in width, as tbougb.thecuticleof tbe animal had beeu drawn tightly over tbe belly aud sides and pinued back, after tbe fashion of the day. . Cut Bono. In the libel suit of the Bulletiu and Call against the Alta, now in process of trial in San Francisco, it seems that Mr. Swift, attorney for the former newspapers, has so drawn his plea that the trial as it progresses will go into the matter of the Bank of Califor nia's former solvency and its previous management. Such action will be legally interesting to a few professionals, bu 'will, in our opinion, be productive of no good results. It will serve nauuht bat private interests, aud in raking over old scores will be, as a policy, un and socially unfair. - ' . An Extra Leouilativk Skrsioh, A mass meeting of the oitizens of Storey county waa held in- Virginia yesterday afternoon, the object being to consult in referoooe to rebuilding tbe county build ings, and also to petition for an extra session of tbe Legislature this Winter. Tbe object, of the latter is to provide for cases arisiug from the present necessities of Virginia. Thus far we have not be come aware of what grounds are advanced justifying such a call, but if tbe interests of Virginia demaud a special seesion at Carson it should certainly be convened. Rossis, will make an interesting and most unique display at the Centennial. She will send a large amouut of her specialties for exhibitiou includiug many productions comparatively unknown and . peculiar to tbe country. Twenty-two thousand Spanish troops will arrive in Cuba by Jan. 1st to put re bellion down, but tbe whole Spanish nation can't do it. ' being detected the other day in an at tempt to Hteal a picco of rubber hose, kicked around the entire ulook by the irate owner, and after lie bail tuor- trustees . ougbly exhausted himself and worn ont lbe seut of the Celestial's pan taloons, John calmly propounded tue following nnestion: " Wba for ! Von no likes leodum? " Bnperintendant Fair will not neod any help from outside parties in setting up anew tbe machinery of the Consolidated. Much of tbe old materal can be used. The engineer of tbe mill has set up a i,. n,.inn nnd a one-stninn mill and gone to work oleaning op tbe ground under the ruins. He experts to get about $100,000 in this way. A Suerumeuto paper tells this:. A Vir ginia Ulty man is ot preseui an especial of interest in this vicinity the more bo if he has suffered severely from tbe great lire -and as the trains arrive from the East, the depot is visited by scores of people who are desirous oi gathering individual experiences con nected wim me recent cuiuiuhy , uuo oi yesterday's travelers, a jolly miner, wlio evidently cluiu l care a cent so ioug as lbs world keeps on moving, responded to an inquiry: "Lose? I loBt every thing I had in tbe world. I had a little cabin with over a million bedbugs in it, but the whole thing went." Tbe Santa Monica Outlook is respon sible for this paragraph : One of the at taches of this office, who obews tobacco, has extemporized a spittoon by filling a small box with the llcht. bdodrv dust and seeds that lie in little heaps over the surface of the ground In tbia locality Only a week has passed, yet the spittoon bas been transformed into a box of grass about two inches bicb. One would sup nose that saliva, strongly impregnated with tobacco, would be the last thing to start erowth. nevertheless, it is true We draw several inferences from this faot. It not only shows tbe kindliness of our soil, and the readiness with whiob veaetat on starts into life, but it Btronaiy favors tbe idea tbat most any kind of moisture is good for irrigation. In a conversation with Mr. Mackey on tbe 30th nit., be informed the Enterprise local tbat the situation of the Consoli dated Virginia mine is one hundred per cent, better than was anticipated. The water from tho subterranean reservoir or " pocket " lately tapped has run down till only about twenty-five inches are now flowing, and it is expected tbat the source of supply will ne exhausted in a lew days, They have already begun hoisting ore, sixty tons having been taken out through tliu Gould and Carry mgbt be fore last, lu a day or two they will be gin to hoist one hundred and fifty tons per d iy through the shaft or tbe mine named. Foundrymen from San Francis co were yesterday engaged in examining tbe maohiucry of tbe Consolidated and taking orders for snch parts as must be made anew. It is expected that all will be ruiinioK as usual in from sixty to ninety days. NOTICE. WE U ERF. BY KOTIFY AM- l'AtTlES indebted to n, ht e inff-nd to ch ont uluun bocinen on Woadow Vll7 J'' and we want them to call and make InimednU Hllement. Wv doiog no they will !! selTi tiirtucr tronbie. ., cbih n5-lw HOKl Mradow Valley Ml nine ompanr. Location ol w"rW. ' ".,B,Br.l Lincoln eonuty, va.-"-- -- on arcouni oi aviww"- 'YJ- .w.tr i . iianMmitfr. 1875. th KTcrai tve sUrebold-ri, ""; x . Nsmra. Certificate. Shares. Ainalev James. Hrown R, trontw Brown ft, trnatee Hrooks a l, v Hrown Godfrey Duller J(i H Hume" OA Berry Thos.... nMban Bocco Cope Oeo W, t run tee, Cope Oeo W. trustee Crocker t H, truatee. Crocker J H. trustee Crocker J 11, trustee. cracker a uunielt trustees i1" fluhlll E k Co. troatees... 10079 (lahill E s Co. trustees. ..11:0 Cthlll E a Co, trustees. Cahlll 8 a Co, trustees. Cahlll E s Co, trustees. Cahtll E a Co, truateea. Cabill E k Co. truateea. Calilll E a Co, truateea. Cabill E a Co, truateea. Cabill E a Co, troatees., Cahlll E ft Co, truateea. Cabill E ft Co, trustees.. Crandall W O, trustee.. Craadall W u, trassee.. Cliaries it A, Charles H A, trustee JM1 Couraen O A, trustee 1M6U Couraen o A, trustee ;o' ColburnTW, trustee. ...16Ht6 OoltturnTW. trustee.... 16H4T ColburnTW. trusteo....l6S4 ColburnT W. trustee.... 16S4 Colbnrn T W, trustee .... 168 Ml ColburnT W. irusiee. Colburn T W, truatee. ColburnTW, truatee. ColburnTW, truatee. ColburnTW, trustee. ColburnTW. trustee. n,iiinm T W. trustee. CookTT, truntee llDMl Callahan, Lyncu a wo, .14V.SJ .11474 ..i:79 trustees. ..1571S ...Ml 7SM ....11W7 ....urn ....14S2 ....11S99 ....iaii:i ....11344 ....142MO ....14462 H, ..11W12 ..11977 ..12264 ..131S7 ..13766 ,i:tB20 .14320 .1M26 .lUi. .16668 ..1351H ..13717 .16721 16H62 ..1686:1 ..168C3 .. lr74 ..16?I7S ..16879 20 6 60 Vi 26 10 1011 6 lb 10 6 51 20 10 10 6 10 10 10 20 6 it) 6 10 a. 60 10 20 60 10 10 10 10 100 100 100 100 1110 loo ion UN) 100 23 26 26 20 Ami. 120 S 60 20 26 10 100 6 M 10 S 25 20 10 10 6 6 10 10 10 20 S 60 5 10 60 60 10 20 60 10 10 10 10 100 100 100 100 loo loo 100 100 100 2S 25 26 20 10 10 W) 100 .VI 60 10 10 20 20 JO '0 20 20 II 10 io in f ri 60 60 60 no 6 6 6 6 6U 10 10 io 10 10 lo Ml 30 5 5 80 SO !0 10 60 ' 60 17 17 17 17 60 60 26 2) 10 10 10 10 20 20 10 10 10 10 5 6 6 6 111 10 10 " 10 23 25 10 10 10 10 5 6 .143B8 CottePZ B UlionHS, trustc DtiunUS, trustee 12642 Dixon B 8, trustee 16;J- i, .u n k Co. trustees.. 4166 Uriscoll D ft Co, trustees. .4160 Drlsooll D ft Co, trustees. 10701 UrlscollD ft Co, trustees. imoJ Drlsooll D ft Co, trustees. 1098 DobliiBonJ U V",S?i; Drexler h P ft Co,trustees.l217 Brexler LPs Co,trustees.l2198 Prexler L P ft Cotrustees 12202 Drexler LPs Co,trustees.l2i03 Drexler L P ft Co,trustees.l2:i47 Drexler L P ft Oo.truatees.12348 Drexler L P ft Oo,trnstees.l234 Drexler L P ft Cotrustees. 15116 Drexler L P ft Co,truatees.l5116 Duncan W L, trustee 1104 De Ureayer B, trustee 16603 De Qreayer 8, trustee 16K04 Dixon T II, trustee 13937 Emerson Joshua iiho Pox C W, trustee uiu Fox C W, trustee 12675 Fox 0 W, truatee 12772 Pox 0 W, trustee m Fox 0 W, trustee 1413 Fox C W. trustee 14484 FoxOW, trustee 14864 40 10 60 20 8W 6 6 20 10 10 100 10 10 6 6 6 6 6 40 10 60 20 8 25 5 6 20 10 10 1(H) 10 10 6 6 5 6 6 I 60 8 40-100 8 60 Fox C W, trustee. Fox V w. trustee... Fisher E, truBtee . Fisher K, trustee.. Fisher E, trustee. Fisher E, trustee. Fisher E, trustee. Fisber E, Fisher E, Fibber K, Fisher E, Fiuer E, 148AT 16101 ,..13069 ..13071 ,..13808 ,..13014 ...14029 ...14292 ,..14306 ,..14852 ...14386 ...14419 ...14938 ...15440 ,...5483 ....78 ...15831 ...15832 .16833 Lieutenant Collins, in charge of the Government survey for the Darien Canal, estimates tbe cost at 11,000,000. Spain i following the example of Ancient Orteee by banishing such of her HKceasaa are obnoxions to her. Professor Kirkwood, of the University of Indiana, has published a schedule of eclipes, comets, occultations, and star showers for tbe next twenty-five years, and a beggarly array of celestial phenom ena it is, too. Only oue first-class eclipse uutil 1901, and that oue visible only in Colorado! For 1870 not a single eclipse, total or partial, solar or lunar; for 1877, a little oomet aud a partial eolinae of the moon, visible only in tbe Eastern States; for 1b7H, tbe only solar eclipse ol tbe last qtiarter-ceutnry, total only in Colo rado; for 1879. a little comet; for 1880, another small comet; for 1881, Enoke's comet in November; Jor 1882, the transit of Venus on tbe 6tb of December, visible in the United States; for 1883, (a some what favored year), a maximum of sun spots, tbe greatcomet of 1812, and D 'Ar rest a comet; and so on. witn now and then a comet, but no eclipses or anything startling, nutil the end of the century In 1899 the heavens will sot up a star- shower by way of a pyrotechnic display in nonor of the close of tbe mneteentu century. It is suggested tbat Mr. John Smith be nominated as the Centennial candidate for the Presidency. Ilis nomination would undoubtedly be raotnroualv re. ceivedbytbe entire Smith family and bis election would be certain as fate. Tbe only difficulty attending tbe matter is in selecting tbe particular John Doubtless one Johnny would be quite as well as auotber, as tbe office runs tbe occupsnl of it instead nt the occupant runniuii the office; but if all the John Smiths who would like tbe office were to meet in deadly combat to decide which should have it the oountry would be half depopulated. The only way in which tbe matter can tie amicauiy managed is to let each of the Johnnies bold the of fice one day. beainninii with the eldest This would provide for the Presidency lorever and cive boundless ssiisiaotion to those estimable people who believe ia rotation in office, and tbat one man is just as fit for any place as any other can be. Ths Virginia Chronicle Bays: Tbe fire uas oeen a godsend to the fortune tellers, The astrologers tuko unnumbered 2 squints at the heavens, mediums are in a perpetual well-paid trance, and foolish people come away from dirty little rooms reauy coinionea oy tbe knowledge of I future, gained from a pack of cards, sev eral dried leaves, a broken straw or two and an infallible skull. trustee.., trustee... trustee. . trustee., trustee.. Fisber E, trustee.. Fisher E, trustee.. Floyd R H Floyd B 8 Floyd KB Floyd u b piova n h Vlovd B H 1514 l-'ioya n Floyd B 8 158W Floyd B 8..... 1583' Floyd R B 1538 Floyd B 8 15M9 Floyd R 8 15840 Floyd R 8 15841 Floyd R B 16842 Floyd Cora L 88 Floyd Cora L 37 Floyd Cora L 838 Floyd Cora L Glazier I k Co, trustees.. 10370 Olazter I ft Co, trustees.. 10558 Glazier I ft Co, trustees.. 11558 Glazier I ft Co, trustees.. 11 679 Glazier I ft Co, trustees.. 11654 Glazier I St Co, trustees.. 11674 Glazier I ft Co. trustees. .11679 Glazier I ft Co. trustess..HS16 Glazier I ft Co, trustees. .11860 Glazier I ft Co, trustees. .1168 Glazier I ft Co, trustees.. 118C9 Glazier I ft Co, trustees.. 12058 Glazier I ft Co, trustees.. 12131 Glazier I ft Co, trustees.. 12169 Glazier I ft Co, trustees.. '-9a6 Glazier I a Co, trustees, .l.wii Glazier I ft Co, trustees.. 13:IM Glazier I ft Co, trustees.. 13390 Glazier I ft Co, trustees.. 13393 Glazier I ft Co, trustees. .ihiw Glazier I ft Co, trustees. .13456 Glazier I ft Co, trustees. .13597 Glazier 1 A Co, truateea. .13921 Glazier I ft Co, truateea.. 1413-1 Glazier lft CO, trustees.. in.it Glazier I ft Co, trustees.. 118J3 Glazier I ft Co. trustees.. 14824 Glazier I ft Co, trustees.. 14828 Glazier I ft Co, trustees. .16118 Glazier I 4 Co, truaiees.,iojio G lazier I ft Co, trustees . . 1621 1 Glazier I ft Co, trustees.. 15211 Glazier I A Co, trustees. .16:61 Glazier I ft Co, trustees.. mm Glazier I A Co, trustees.. 157 .9 Glazier I ft Co, trustees. .15757 Glazier ft Sellgsberg, trus..04.a Gedtie i P H, trustee 10191 Gambler E, trustee 13673 Uauthler E. trustee 13678 Uardenblre W O, trustee.. 14041 Galliard Ed, trustee ion's Gordon O P, truatee 1511 Bale W E, trustee 15a4 Holmes A ft Co, iroswea. .. Hntcbluson Jouo, trustee.13979 Hutchinson John, trustee. Ih980 Hill Horace L, trustee.... 11768 Hill ft Kllgour, trustees.. 15714 Hunt J L, trustee 15782 HusseyUJ, trustee i HoBiner ft Bourne, trust.. 15347 Hosmer ft Bourne, trust.. 16739 Haxzard John 8202 llimmeluiau A F 12324 Hendrie Bros, truswea. . Hunt Geo 11, trustee 16779 Jeuison Bsninel 10872 Kent R F, trustee Kretzer J 147 Latham J H ft Co, trusteea.12585 Latham J H ft Co, trusteee.13424 Latham J H ft Co, truateea.14780 La' bam J H ft Co. trustees.Mmti Latham J H ft Co, trunteee. 15150 Latham J H ft Go. truatees.iuiui Latham J H ft Co, trustees.16563 Latham J H ft Co, trusteea. 15568 Lazura L T, trustee ,12703 20 10 6 20 30 6 so 60 51) 60 20 10 20 60 10 30 200 20 20 6 10 25 6 60 25 60 10 3 85 26 25 28 Llssak A H. truatee.. Llssak A H. trustee. Llssak A II, trustee... L(ssak A H, trustee... Llssak A H, trustee... Llsaak L 8, truatee..., Marya Geo T, truatee. MaryeGeoT, truatee. 15024 .15031 ,.lOS2 ,.16038 ,.16034 .15121 .16411 ...16412 Marina J De BU, trustee.. 16129 Mi-Kanzie Wm 44919 Malvy Pierre 137a Marian! 8 12692 McDonald Mansy 8 15123 Murray J A 1461)7 Noble U II, trustee 1026S Noble H H, trustee 10790 Noble HH, trustee 11332 Noble H H, trustee 11897 Noble H H,trusta 11613 Noble H H, trustee 11800 Noble H H, trustee...... .12045 Nobis H H, trustee 12424 Noble H U, trustee 12719 Nobis H H, truatee 16125 Noble HH, trustee.. 16120 Noble H H ft Co, trustees. 12942 Noble H H ft Co, trustees. 130 IS Noble H H ft Co, trustees. 13144 Noble H H ft Co, truateea. 13878 Noble H H ft Co, trustees. 14121 Noble H H ft Co, trustees. 14696 Noble H H ft Co. trustees. 15020 Noble U II ft Co, trustees. 15648 Newman L, truatee 16744 Norwood W E, truatee.... 11462 Norwood W E, truatee.... 11 453 Norwood W E, truatee. ...12533 Norwood W E, trustee. ...131S6 Norwood W E, truatee.... 1 5680 Norwood W E, truatee.... 15681 Norwood W E, truatee.. ..16583 Norwood W E. truatee.... 16686 Parker ft Fry, truataa 14610 Park K W latss Parker J D, trustee 16682 Richardson E A, trnatee. . . .4928 Richardson E A, trustee. . . .4962 Richardson X A, truataa.. .0338 Richardson E A, trustee,,. 7961 25 25 60 6 20 6 50 10 10 lis) 20 10 10 20 20 10 20 10 6 5 5 10 1U 60 6 10 20 10 10 10 42 H 50 90 20 50 60 20 100 6 2 20 10 25 20 60 10 20 100 100 10 10 100 10 10 10 30 25 10 20 60 2U 50 20 100 100 100 20 20 25 60 S 60 50 60 60 16 u 8 . IH 40 60 10 l4 S 60 10 60 60 20 20 10 6 S 8H 8 10 s 10 20 10 60 20 100 100 6 s 111 10 20 20 10 10 10 100 10 I s 10 no 5 20 60 60 60 20 10 20 50 10 30 200 20 JO 5 10 25 6 50 26 50 10 3 25 25 24 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 26 26 25 25 26 35 60 5 30 5 60 10 10 100 20 10 10 20 20 10 20 10 Richardeon E A. Trustee.. .9374 Richardson E A, Trustee.. IK'1"! Richardson E A. T run tea.. HI" Blchaidaon E A, Trustee..!' Hichardson E A, Trustee.. 11"- Hicbardaon K A, Trustee.. 11054 Blchardaon EA, trustee. .11074 Blchardsoa E A, truatee. .11180 Hicbardaon E A, trustee.. 1111 Bicbarrtann It trustee. Richardson E A, trustee.. 116- Kltliarlaon E A, trustee. .12035 Richaidson E A, Trustee, .mm Klrbardson K A, Trustee. .ix,n Richardeon E A, Trustee. .13045 Bicbardson E A, Trustee. .13086 Richardson E A, Trustee. .I3"6i Richardson E A, Trustee.. 14327 Blchardaon E A, Truatee. .14405 Richardeon E A, Truatee. .144.W Blchardaon E A, Truatee.. 146 Ricbardson E A, trustee. . .14807 Richardson E A, truatee. ..i.iiib Richardson E A, Trustee. .151 :0 Richardson E A, Trustee. .l'13l Blchardaon K A, Truatee.. loti.i RIardson E A, Trustee. .15171 Richardeon K A. Truntee.. 15734 Rose L B. trustee 11758 Rose LB, trustee lino Bberwood B F ft Co, true. 11787 Bherwood B F ft Co, trus. 12071 Bherwood B F ft Co, trus. 12113 Bherwood B F ft Co. trus.iwit Bherwood B F ft Co, trns.l60T9 Hberwocd B F ft Co, trus. 1502 Bchmiedeil, II, trustee ?siu Schmieden, H, trustee.... IOi'55 Bchmiedeil H, trustee... .12019 Bchmiedeil, Hochstadter ft Co. Trustees 12684 Schmieden, Uochstadter ft Co. trustees irr-m Bchmiedeil, Hocbstadter ft Co. trustees 130.4 Bebmiedell, Hucbatadter ft Co. trusters 132 il Bebmiedell, Hocbstadter ft Co. trustees wiu Schmieden, Hocbstadter ft Co. trustees urn Schmieden, Hocbstadter ft Co. truateea Ul .l Schmieden, Hocbatadter ft Co. trustees 150V7 Bebmiedell, Uochstadter ft Co, trustees ivni Bebmiedell, Hoehstartter ft Co, trustcea, 15423 Bebmiedell, Hocbstadter ft Co. trustees in; ScbmlttCA, trustee 1O087 BchmlttCA, trustee itose (L.).mltt C A. truatee 14957 BcbmittCA, trustee nuau a au-um s w Hehmltt O A. trustee 15137 8 4O-1U0 8 40 BcbmittCA, trustee 16712 5 0 Bbarboro B, trustee 15427 100 100 Bbarboro B, trustee 15639 100 100 Huydam James N, trustee. 16860 400 400 BlebeFC 1669 50 50 BlebeFO 16H70 50 60 BlebeFC JO 60 Turnbull W ft Co,trustees.ll383 10 10 Turnbull W ft Co,trustees.l2377 20 20 Turnbull W ft Co,truBtces..81ot 40 40 J Clem llhler, trustee inuj oo o J Clem I'bler, trustee. ...10155 10 10 J Clem Ubler, trustee. .. .11471 6 6 JClemUblir. trustee. ...i,b :ai Vimont J N, trustee 12562 10 10 Vlnzent Charles, trustee. .15142 0 63-100 0 03 Wharton Jamea 10239 60 50 Woods ft Freeborn, trust. .10351 20 20 Woods ft Freeborn, trust.. 1 1118 100 100 vH, k Pnwborn. trust. .11130 5 6 Woods A Freeborn, trust.. 11232 CO 60 Woods ft Freeborn, trust.. runn oo i Woods Freeborn, trust.. 12474 6 6 Woods ft Freeborn, trust.. 12494 6 6 Woods Freeborn, truBt.. 13439 1 5 15 Woods ft Freeborn, trust.. imu jo Woods ft Freeborn, trust.. 134,4 25 25 Woods ft Freeborn, trust . . 13632 HI 10 Warren J B, trustee inn i" Watson W O '"44 6 6 Watson WO '980 2 2 WrlRbt W H, trustee 12330 5 6 Wolt r. trustee i.j,o ,u Wurthrich John 13700 30 30 Wurturich John 14701 20 2) And in accordance with law and an order of the Board of Trustres, made on the istn day of September, 1876, so many shares of each CLOTHDrfV DEY GOODS, ETC. 60 r.n . io 10 CO 20 100 30 60 s no 50 50 10 10 60 20 100 30 60 6 CO 60 EVERY OTHER DAY STAGE LINE. PIOOILE ....TO.... HAMILTON, ASD HALF-DAILY t KOIf ' n -WILTON TO KOBINSOA AXD f fir.l.l. CHEEK, ANP TBl-WKFELr VROM HAMILTON TO CEEEEY CEEEK GILMER 4 SAL18BUEY, Proprietors. r 4 a tOOl CO. -8 EX PREPS. Th Tlirre Lines eewly Hterkt with fine AMERICAN HORSES sal new COVCORD COACHES. acaces leave I'loche at (1 oclm-k A. lf., making close connection with Iiilroe4 Stage from Hamilton. Office at Wells, Fargo AC.'.; n'zl-ti SOUTHWESTERN 8TACE LINE. PIOOECB m Fir. ni, VIA- SALT LAKE CITY. HUGH WHITE, ' PROPRIETOR. JOHAS CQHN. 1 a i RENEWAL OF HOSTILITIES! -IX THE , CLOTHING ARRET ONLY ONE NIGHT'S STAGING. THROUGH TO TERMINUS OF R. R. IN 38 HOURS. Road Neivlv Mtorlted with Four and Mlx-horae Trams anil Concord Coaches, ABRYINO U. B. HAIL, AND WELLS, FAB- W OO ft CO. B K&rUthH. STACK.4 LEAVE AT C A. M. THROI CH TICKETS TO BAN FRAN CISCO, for sale at WELLS. FARGO ft CO'8 office In Fioche. Fare the same as via Hamilton and Palisade. Parties holding Through Tickets I can stop over at any point on the road ss Ion; I HAVING- JCST RECEIVED AN ENTIRE NEW AND SELECT STOCK OF LOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS, I AM DETERMINED TO GIVE EVERY ONE THE BEST INDUCEMENT TO WEAR GARMENTS OF Superior Quality AND Newest Styles. BY OFFERING THE SAME AT PRICES LOW ENOTGH TO Astonish the Closest Buyers. fc thev mar desire. niU-tf MAIN STREET, norms.. .NEVADA, iarcel of slid stock as may be necessary will 10 auction, at tue omce oi iue Company, No. 418 California street (over ine sold at put nffi,.j n the ITnion Insurance Company), Ban Francisco. California, en Wednesday, me 4th day of November, 1H76, at tbe hour of eleven o'clock a. m. oi said day, to pay ssid de linquent sssessment thereon, tosetner wun costs of advertising snd expenses of the sale. nmceRnoms over the office ot the Union In surance Company, No. 418 California street, Ban Francisco, California. n5-td 8. G. STEELE. J. A. TCRRILL. STEELE St TURRILL, DEALKDS IX HAY and FLOUR And all kinds of PRODUCE. FREE CORRAL, open to Teamsters. A SVFFLI Or IMPORTERS DEALERS IN STOVES. CROCKERY, GL.ASS- IVARi; and HOUSE VITRN. IHH1NG COODfi). Manufacturers of Copper, Tin and Sheet-Iron Ware. Plumbers, Bteam ana uas r litem. Wi'WrTE ARE NOW PREPARED TO CON- TT tract for Air Pipe, Blowers, Furnace Pipe, Lift Pumps, se., of any required size and weight. Also Agents for the Celebrated Back's Patent Cook Htoves. apy-ti TOWNSEND HOUSE, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. I THE ONLY First-Glass IOI 1 will from this date, nntll further notice, Sell any Immense Stock at such Agues, as every one ran see plainly marked on my OI'TUOOIl SHOW, nn. I Defy all Competition! In addition to the above 1 offer the GREATEST BARGAINS EVER HEARD OF IN THE DRY GOODS LINE, -Of which I have a- FULL STOCK ON HAND, ND THE LADIES OF P10CHE AND VICINITY ABE CORDIALLY INVlTtD 10 CAIX AT L my Store and Judge for themselves. No Trouble to Show Goods." REMEMBER THE PLACE, ol9-tf STEELE ft TURRILL, Lower Main street, Piocue, Nev. CITY CLUB ROOMS, 6 6 6 10 10 61) 6 60 21) 10 10 10 4'160 60 20 'ill 60 6 20 140 5 t A 10 96 80 60 10 90 lug loo 10 10 100 10 10 10 so 96 10 90 m 90 611 90 100 1(11 100 90 90 95 50 6 60 60 60 60 16 195 6 5 1 60 40 M 10 4 93 60 10 0 60 90 90 10 S 6 60 860 10 6 10 9o 10 M 9)1 100 100 6 S 11) 10 9l 90 10 10 10 . lis) s 10 lit t JO Main street, two Doors above Meadow Valley, Pioche, Nevada. Xjf&.XT H.YAN, Pro'r. WINES. LIQUORS &CICARS of the Best Brands. t PRIVATE BOOM ATTACHED TO THE V House for the use of Card Parties. DAN RYAN, the Celebrated Miiolouist will always be on hand superintending the mixtures at the Bar. Call and sample the lirands. o-ju-u . mobtok. . aoBiraiaxB Boots, Boots, Boots. MORTON & SCIIU'EIGER, MAIN STREET, PIOCDE, Adjoining Wells, Fargo It Co. ABE PBEPABED TO MANUFACTURE ALL kinds of auperior Custom-made Boota, Nailed, Pegged, Screwed or Sewed, from tbe beet bramls of French Stock. SEWED BOOTH their Specialty. a will euarantee our Bewed French Call Hoots and Gaiters to be eqnal to any ever made in t&e mate A GOOD FIT V7AKBAKTED, OR NO BALE. AH'I ICI LAR ATTENTION paid to KKPAIHINU. aVOnr Price, will conform to tbe Times. NORTON A SCIIWKIOER. myl9-tf - . in'; Salt Lake City. riWE EITCHKN AND DINING ROOM UN X der tbe supervision of experienced hands. Ths table is supplied with tbe beet In the market, and secoud to no other place on the Pacific Coast. The bed rooms are Urge, well furnished and airy. Attached to the Hotel are Bath Rooms, well snpplld with hot and cold water. Every convenience for tbe ocnetlt of travelin gjests. NoeipenBe will be spared to make guests comfortable. . . . ' Connected with tho Honso is Sam'l T. Hatch formerly proprietor of Planters and Lindell Hotel, el. Louis; also i;iara ju. uiartiu, lurui erly ol Railroad House, Cheyenne. There is connected with the House, at Black Dock, Halt Lake, twenty miles from the city, a Summer Resort as a Darning piace. Travelers from East or West, call and Judge for yourselves, and you will be satisned. THE MISERS MARKET AGAINST THE FIELD! MAIN STREET. ONE DOOR ABOVE MEADOW VALLEY. J. B. STEPHENS. F(Ji FASHIONABLE SAN FRANCISCO BOOT-MAKER, Cpper Main SI reel, adjoining- tot of Fire Department. TTAVINft JUST RECEIVED HIS SPRING 1 and Bummer Stock, ia now ready to make to order Boota and Shoes of every description, of saperlor material and workman. ship. MINING BOOTH MADE TO ORDER. GENTS' DRESS BOOTH A SPECIALTY. After lone nnctlral einerience In the buat, neaa, I am enabled to guarantee my customers that I can produce an article that cannot be beat lor Htvle. nt. Cheapness la Town. rtephwvu. Repairing done. BTEPHKHB. uriO-tf HOUSE FOR SALE. A HOUSE AND LOT DSIRABLi situated on Pioche street, two doors above J. &. Stanlea rurnltun Store. The Houae contain. Flvo Kaoma. well fnrav lahed, snd ia onered for sale at reaeeaable For'rnHhar nutlrnlars rail at T, Hawkins' Barber Shop, Lacour street, uearly opposite Protection Hose. oy-j-iin Main Street, opposite Meadow Valley. STAE HOTEL. STAR HOTEL, MAIN STREET, PIOCHE, MADA. HAS HOST COMFORTABLE BOOMS, .AND 13. FIRST-CLASS IN ALL RESPECTS. TTA H33C0 3i3ILsXjI32SrT BOARD ,TI11 "l A T1TC ARE BEING FITTED VP AND WlIA BE M J J-Jj TriK IA 1 J ID Sl'FPllH) WITH HOT AND COLD WATER. AND KVKRVTUINU DONE TO MAKE Guests Coxniortable and at Home. Baths will be Free to Guests of the House. WM. STANSF1ELD PROPRIETOR. ap8 tf SAN FRANCISCO RESTAURANT MEADOW VALLEY STREET, Opposite Dexter Stable. Independent of Monopoly! rnAKES PLEASURE IN INFORMING THE X people of Ploche tbat he has just fitted p a . . - .-. : ; 1 . . , MEAT MARKET With uncq'ialh-a facilities fur furnit-blDp HBBF, 3VITJTTOTJ, VZ3AIiAkid ronic AT LIVINQ RATES. JACK O'BRIEN aud FHKD. BATCH will be on hand to attend to tbe wants of customers. The patronage ot Fsmilea and Hotels solic ited, O.MtlLI., o20-tf Ulbfrled A Brlsacher, Proprietors. va.i1, n.riM In .vw at vl A , Opeoday and night for the accommodation of uepneue,, . THE DAILY ALTA CALIFORNIA BUST NEWSPAPER Pnbliahed at Sa Iranclaco, OaUfomia. , k BubaerlpUoaareoalved by U. WIEDERBOLD. rwina OLDEST avs II on the Pactfle Omt. Thar Ploche Is bnt ana Jak Ofllca -that af tha Record. In Granger Chop-House, I.aroor St., old Poatonlce uuimiar. NEWTON RICHARDS, Proprietor. THIS POPULAR HOUSE is now opened to the public and will be kept as a nrst-elaas Cbop-Mouse. Meals at all Honrs of the Day or JMt.nr. Meals cooked to order. Oysters In every style. Jall-tf RUBBER GOODS. CARBOLIZED HOSE, W hich Is now used In all the Fire Departments on tbe Facioo uoast. Uelthm. Pat-klntr, Knbber C'lollilii(t, Hwbber Boots and shoes, . And all kinds of Fine Rubber Goods. AGENTS FOR HAZARD POWDER CO. Supericr JlWlng ana Spotting Powder. WKAVKR a TAYLOR, Ml Market St., corner ol First at., San Fran. Cisco, i ; ; f - FRED. M. PIERCE, AGENT FOR WEAVER & TAYLOR'S CARBOLIZED HOSE. Ac. nvFtoK in KtroKi Bvamssa Orrics, Lynch' Building. Lacour street. ; aplu-tl SAN JOSE MAIN STREET, PIOCHE NEVADA. rHE 1'NPERHIGNED HAV1NO .LEASED this popular House, liaa had tbe same thoroughly ren ovated and repaired, l ue ROOMS ARE LARGE ANp WELL VENTILATED; THE . .. .kat Will be supplied with tbe best l -atforda. and no palna spared to make g' comfortsble and at home. THE BATXJ8 ... .t.r. Will I supplied with hot and coin -Charges reasonable. ...nm-tfulIT A shsre of public patronage isiepiuV sollcltea. A. I. BlU.'-ni July 11th, 1675. Frop'r. jylltf NEW YORK BAKER AND- ORESTAIlRAJITf LACOUR STREET, PIOCHK. HEBMAN HOEST, Proprieto'- IaRIVATE ROOMS LY furnished for Dinners. Ball OTP adding Parties. Meals at All Honrs. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT for ths tcoo, dation of the Public TAKE JOT.CE, IIIUR HAMILTON STA?0Lccloc,,' 1 Ploche at A. " haretofore, after June 2St last.