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THE PinCHEJAIlT RECORD.
BATtimOAV.. .NOVINBER O. M. j. . O'HALLOBArT - EDITOR. BtrSIXKftB OFFICB of the PtocM DarM s"ooeD: Lynch' Brick Building. Lamr tract, Br Main, where U order will b attended to by Obo. T. Qoaauw. THE PIOCBB DAILY RECORD IS the Cktapeit IaUad Paper aad AdrertUlBg Medians, oat the Pnelflc WmUU Hubserlntlon. BO Ceats. Advortialna; at correspond lair Low Rate. Tha RECORD Clr- raiato all awar taa Pal Caast, . - . t r nortloa of aaa anew e (h. hl.f Atlaatl. Cllle. aad -vra state asaiUjr. THE SOUTHERN AND TEXAS PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANIES. It is now almost a Killed Lict that Colonel Tom Scott will, early In the t ion, bring befora the next Congress big Xeiat Pacific Subsidy Bill. Thig bill is most cordially approved by large ma jority o( the Southern and Western mem bers and looks to the guarantee of the Government to help build the road by becoming responsible for the interest of its bonds. The projected road is to run from "Marshall. Texas, to San Diego, California; and from its Eastern point of demarcation branohes will be built to HemDbis. New Orleans, tit. Louis fend other Southern ports. Its length will be 1,450 miles; SCO in Texas, CIO in Arizona and New Mexico, and 280 in California. Tom Scott will apply to Congress for a guarantee of the payment of five per cent, interest for forty years on $50,000, 000 bonds. Whether he will be success ful or not remains to be seen. He will hare powerful friends to back him and powerful enemies to oppose him, his strongest opponent being Leland Stan ford. The interests of the South and West are all involved in the success of this bill of Colonel Scott's as are also the interests of Southern California. It is generally believed that the railroad con vention to be held in St. Louis on the 25th instant Is in Boott's interest and got up tor the purpose of influencing pnblio sentiment and legislative influence in the aueoess of the bill. This scheme Is somewhat adverse to Ban Franoisoo's in terests, but it does not by any means follow tbat such adversity of interest in oludes this portion of Nevada. The Con tral Faoiflo Railroad Company has all along persistently discriminated against Nevada's merchants and her interests in general and doesn't deserve the support of out State. Should Colonel Soott suo oeed and push his road through, the com pletion of the road sooth of here must tteoessarily have an important bearing on the future ol Southeastern Nevada. 01 course it is to he remembered that the Central Faciflo has done a great deal for the development of this country and its mining industry, and also to be re membered that this country has paid well Cor it. It is like all corporations, and is perfectly consistent. To rail at a great moneyed corporation is useless, if powerless, a section of country must put up with extortion till it sees a rival pro jeot and then heartily commend it and labor for its fulfillment. But apart from any spirit of rivalry or opposition it is evident that the Texas Faciflo is a natur al want, in a measure the same as the ' Central and Union Faciflo Railroad Com panies were, and the project in all its fruition is but due to the conntry it patises through and is designed to bene fit. Some time ago, the Southern Fa ciflo railroad, now in process of consti no tion, scoured the right of way from the San Qorgonio Foes to Fort Yuma; this will necessitate the running of the Texas Faciflo Railway from Fort Yuma to San Diego, though such route was far from beiug the original one designed. Rut even now Stanford aud associates are disposed to compromise or at least temporize and are willing to do the same with their new Southern rival as they did with the Union Faciflo Railway Co., viz: starting from the Colorado River build Eastward, meeting Scott coming west and take as Government subsidy or compensation, merely the forfeited land granted the Texts Pacific. It is just possible Scott may aooept this condition in order to se cure a cessation of Stanford's hostile in fluence, but if he does it will be only be cause be cannot insure the passage of bis Bill as at present framed. In this con nection it is to be hoped tbat should Con gress act favorably in relation to this measure, that soma restricting clauses will be inserted relative t- fares and freights looking to a prevention of unjust discrimination. Promises are very easily made, but it Col. Scott succeeded in getting his road through he might play the same game as the Central Paciflo it playing now. As we said before this railroad is a national need, its civilizing and developing effects will be at onoe apparent. The country immediately south, east and west of this place has bright future before it, is rich in all the attributes of solid wealth, and but needs railroad facilities to have all its resources developed. With the Utah Southern, Texas Faciflo and Southern Faciflo rail road companies in active operation, i needs no special gift of prophesy to fore tell the great and almost immediate de gree of prosperity which would be at tained. The great State of Texas, with its wide sweep of gulf coast; the fertile States pt Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkan sas and Missouri would be brought into intimate relationship with, the at pres ent almost terra incognita, New Mexico, the rich Arizona country, which, with . its great deposits of treasure, is in its infancy, and the semi tropical California lying from Los Angeles to the California Gulf. Every sound principle of politioal economy, national need and personal necessity, favors the construction of such a highway as the Texas Paoiflo Rail road proposes (o be, and though grave objections might be urged by partisan interest against the project, they would be thousand times outweighed by its promised advantages. The Los Angeles and Independence Road is destined to play most important part in this great work of development. Los Ange les, if alive lo her own interest, will bare at least otle representative in the great convention that meets at St. Louis on Thanksgiving day, for from Its posi tion all this railroad enterprise must have a most wonderful effect on the future ot tbat city. In this latter connection it is Just possible that Colonel Tom Scott and Senator Jones msy yet hU it off together, and form a junction of their roads some where in the Valley of the Colorado be twren the Needles and Callville. "another dosk. Am we never to get out of the hog wallow of obscene filth and slushy moral sentiment that has been kept op for near ly three years under the name of " The Beechf r Soandal f " Now we have the spectacle of Mrs. Moulton appearing in a house supposed to be dedicated to God's n nice and in the presence of a suppositionory religions body going over a charge of adultery and perjuring against (bat church's pastor. 'Twas a sinit to make devils laugh and trood. Dure men and women blush for shame tbat tbe holiness of God's sanctu ary should thus be profaned. Another teleeranhio dispatch informs us the " Brooklyn Association of Congregation at Ministers " has taken action which will in all probability revive the scandal When the unfortunate jury disagreed last July every respectable journalist in the county Orow a sigh of reliof, but like Harlequin in the panlomiue " Here we are again " and it will, like enough, be rehashed and warmed over and set up before ft pnblio already overloaded with nastinoss as a sort of Winter relish. 'Tis a possibility that before we are through with it the whole mess will b set to tuusio nnd put on the stage as an opera bonffe. 'Twoold take it the tunes were lively, a la " Grand Duchesse." There are some striking and effective scenes that could be worked np to great advan- tnge. A few lively Frenoh airs, a can can and double clog dance by Beecher and the Tiltoness could be introduced and if properly mounted on the stage twould run a hundred nights. v here s Offenbach ? In tbe meantime alas for religion and Its ministers when such em bodiments of lechery, hypocrisy and conning are held np as exponents of tbe doctrine of the Redeemer. Tboe. E. Hseer hits been appointed Doetmaater at Battle Mountain, Lander eonoty, Nevada. Phil Sheridan bat aent 5J0 army oft r- eoats to Virginia City. Tbe Virginia Chronicle ealls for a Paid Fire Department. SPIRIT Of THE PRESS. is1 Iksamitt at ThS Ahtipodks. A series of statistics have recently been jointly prepared in London, England, and Mel bourne, Australia, which shows that in sanity prevails to a frightful extent on the Australian contineut, especially in South Australia, with its population of 200,000, The statistics referred to say In 18C1 there were 1C1 inmates of asy lums In South Australia, being one to 750 inhabitants. In 1870 tbey numbered 307, and at the olose of 1871 there were as many as 321, or one to 521 of the pop nlation. These figures do not represent the entire list of the insane, but include only madmen and other inmates of the asvlums. The cause of this great prev alence of insanity can only ha surmised, as no authoritative explanation can be given. Dr. Patterson, Direotor of the Insane Asvlum at Adelaide, does not think that alcohol is tbe principal oause One explanation is that it is produced by the weakening effects of tbe climate, and by the restless, anxious lives led by the English colonists, who are often made mad by repeated failures in business." Tbe latter explanation will hardly suffice. There is at much restless anxi ety in tbo lives of Amerioans, par tic u larly residents of this coast, as in any part of the world. The cause of such mental action is probably due to climatic and kindred effects. Tbe people of Virginia, Gold Hill, Carson and Rouo are in earnest in their efforts to rid that section of the devilish incendiaries. The press is unanimous in their delicate liiuls to those creatures to vueite or prepare for short shrift, Tbe Carson Tribune on this subject says We would be sorry to know that any oua bad unjustly sunered, but u mis state of thing continues, there are sev eral dozen characters about here whose earthly cankets will shortly be converted into so many carcasses unless they vanish between some setting and rising sun Tbe climate of Nevada will be very no healthy for individuals guilty of arson for some time to come and the citizens of Virginia and other points would assured ly be justified in stringing up a dastard raugbt in the act. Philadelphia is the best advertised city in the world. It has long been playing second fiddle to New York but the Cen tennial will give it a stimulating impetus that will have a wonderful effect on its progress at tbe present extensive adver tisement hat on its prospeots. The Lon don Cosmopolitan discussing the now notorious city eajs: "One year ago there was to little knowledge of Philadelphia in Europe tbat tbousandt, even in Great Britain, could not tell whether it was in North or South America; there is now no city on tbe globe much better known in Europe than Philadelphia, and no mod era enterprise more favorably considered than the Philadelphia exhibition." All of which is as it should be. With refer noe to tb movements of an old Nevsdao, Mr. Tboruburgb, the San San Francisco Stock Exchange has this: " Wm. B. TbornburRh lately retired from the San Francisco Block and Exchange Board, and fcngene V. Siurpny was tn fill bia sent. Tbe firm oi Cheeseman, Head A Thornburg nas now dissolved and the firm no longer nine. Tbe time table of tbe Eureka and Pal isade Railroad it as follows: Leave Eureka at 4 o'clock a. m.. arriving at Palisade at 10 a. m.. in time to connect with the western bound train on tbe Central Paciflo. Returnins. will leave Palisade at 4 p. tn arriving in Eureka at 10 p. ro. Tbe schedule time each way is six boars. The Sacramento Bee says it is quite currently reported iu San Francisco that A. J. Bryant, the Democratic Mayor elect of that burg, and wbo was but yesterday a Republican and last evening a Dolly, aspires to tbe Democratic nomination for Vice President, and tbat be was lay ing wires to this end all over his reoent route to tno nea-uonra cuius ui iuu Atlantic. In the face of tLe fact that hundreds of people are to-day homeless in Virginia City and dependent on the public charity tor their support, thore are still a great number of people so utterly devoid of common sense that they are flocking to the city in the hope of obtaining work. To all who have any idea of coming here we would say emphatically Keep away 1 this is no plaoe for yon, for there is evi dently too many here now. Almost any nloce in the world is better for a work ing man to-day than Virginia City. R. M. Daggett, editor of tbe Terri torial Enterprise, mode his appearance on our streets this morning, says the Carson Tribune, decked out in a red shirt and a dingy suit of gray.and looked more like a fire Jakie than the editor of tha foremost iournal of Nevada. Daggett lost all be bad by tbe Dig nre except toe suit that adorns bis person, lio has bronsht his family to Carson and in tends leaving them nere unui sucn uuis as Virginia shall be able to protect them from the cold, chilly blasts oi winter. They shall be treated well. The Nevada Transcript, of the 31st nit., pronounces the Fryer process complete incoest. It says the works are at last comnleted and have been tested sufficiently to demonstrate that all tbat has been claimed lor tnetn win De ac complished. Tbe Transoript believes the value of mines in California will be doubled by the work of Fryer. Some little lurtber delay will be causeu to arrange unimportant details, but some time soon tne grana inangarauou ui mo works will take place, and after tbat a steady stream of gold is to be realized. Tbe Gold Hill News says: All the rats in the Ophir and Consolidated Virginia mines wero killed by the gas during the late fire, and not one is now to be seen in either mine. Rats take the same plaoe in tbe mines that tha Piutes do on top. iney eat up tne scraps oi Dread, meat, etc, tnat are tnrown away oy toe miners, and which, if left lying around, would make the air very impure. Their preseooe is therefore considered a blessing, and it is very seldem that one of them is molested by any of the miners. Tbe ledge of cinnabar, the croppings of which were recently discovered about four miles from Reno, has been struck, and so far as developed gives evidence of permanency and wealth. On Sunday morning, says the Reno Journal, tbe vetetan prospector and discoverer of tbe deposit oame rushing into Reno with a pan lull ot tne ore. u was exammeu orilioally by Borne of tlio mining experts, wbo pronounced it tne nnest tney naa ever seen. And all day louij tnere was nothing but " quicksilver " in Reno. There can be no douut auout tne matter. Washoe county has unearthed tbe first cinnabar ledge in Nevadu ! And in a few dava we shall tall the world all about it. There are 167 miuing stocks dealt in by tbe San Francisco Boards. Of those onlv thirty-seven have paid dividends at any time, and only nine have paid divi dends this year. The mines that have paid dividends have been assessed in the aggregate, $19,892. 0-18, and the aggregate of their dividen ds amounts to $(17,283, CU9. The mines that have never paid dividends have been assessed in the an- cresate to the amount of $19,140,867. As the aggregate dividends paid by the mines is $67,284,699 and tbe aggregate assessment amounts to $39,033,338, it will be teen that tbe mines have yielded a net profit to the people of sr.VAjU.3bl The average valuation ot the stock of all tbe mines according to sales made in Auiiust (tbere were no sales of conse- aaenoe made in September) was $102, 053.100. The amount for that month amounted to about one-tenth of one per oeut. npon the selling valve oi tbe mines NEW TO-DAY. A. B. HUNT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, LACOTJR STREET, PIOCIIE, LlNOOL COFKTT, NEVADA Dfl-tf BREMER & BRO., MANTJFACTTJHEHS OT FINE CIGARS, AND IMPORTERS Or Leaf and Smoking Tobaccos, OIO SACRAMENTO STREET. Between Front nd Battery, SAN FRANCISCO. DELDTQTJEBT SALES. Fiord B 8.. Floyd B B.. Floyd K I. . Floyd IB. Floyd It.. Floyd It. Floyd B 8. Flora H e. Flo)d B B. Floyd It B. Floya b b .....7483 ...lWfl ....15K(1 .... 16KI3 ....168.14 ... IWJi ....MM ....1W37 ....ISMS ...l.w:i9 .15X40 FloTd B B 1W41 Flovd B 8 154i Floya core J.... Floyd Com I.... Floyd Core 1.... Floyd Cor L... Olaiier I k Co, Olizler I Co, Glaxier I ft Co, OLE AOESfS FOR GOLDES THREAD FINE CUT CIIKWIXU TOBACCO. HERMAN FRAELIN, Agent. ns-tr JOS. OPIE AWT) WM. BENNETTS 1 ERrF.CTFn.LT INVITE THEIR FRIENDS JV topKythrm a visit Oils fvcnlnR t the opening ui their NEW BALOON known THE BANK EXCHANCE, : (Formerly the Bonanza) MArS STREET, OPPOSITE MEADOW VALLEY STREET, PIOCHE. olS tf CAPITOL) SALOON, MAIN STREET, FIOCIIF. OT. II. OASHIDY, PROPRIETOR. KEEP THE BEST WINEB, LIQUORS AND CIGARS that are obtainable tn the United 8Uta. myJStl JAB. PIERSON S. S. DANNER. PIERSON & DANNER ....HAVE REOPENED TOE.... MEADOW VALLEY BREWERY, On Main and lleadow Vtlley streets, as ft FIRST-CLASS SALOON. mHE PROPRIETORS TAKE PLEASURE IN X Informing old patrons and new ones, that they will continue to keep tbe FINEST M IXES, LIQUORS CIGARS IN THIS MARKET. Then la also flab and Card Rooms con nected with tbe above establishment. Oive them. a. Call. mrjl-ll .4K3A 4H37 48 ....4KW tnisttt-B..lM';0 trustees. .105. Ml trustees.. 11.V5H Glazier I Co, trustees.. 11579 Glazier I Co, trunteea . . 1 154 Glazier IS Co, trustees.. llr,74 Glazier I ft Co. trosteea..lH!TJ Glazier I ft Co. trustee.. n ;i h Glazier I ft Co, trustees. .11860 Glazier I k Co, trustees.. llHf,:t Glazier I ft Co, truateea..ni.y Glazier I ft Co, trustees. .12053 Glazier I ft Co, trustees.. 121 31 Glazier I ft Co, trustees. .171. Glazier I ft Co, trustees.. 129'J Glazier I Co, trustees. .13017 Glazier I ft Co, trustee. .13489 Glazier I ft Co, trntees..ij;w) Glazier I ft Co, trustees. .13393 Glazier I ft Co, trustees. .13409 (Hazier I ft Co, trustees. .13455 Glazier I ft Co, trustee. .13WJ Glazier 1 Co, trustees.. 13921 Glazier I ft Co, trustees.. 14 si Glazier 1 ft Co, trustee. .144:14. Glazier I ft Co, trustee, .una G'azierlft Co. trustee.. 14844 Glazier I ft Co, trustees.. 148JH Glazier I ft Co, trustee. .1.1118 Glazier I ft Co, trustee.. imici Glazier I ft Co, trustee. .ikiu Glazier I ft Co, trustees. .15211 Glazier I ft Co. trustees.. 15V1 Glazier I ft Co, trustees.. i.mvu Olazier I ft Co, trustee. .15729 Glazier I ft Co, trustees.. 16757 Glazier ft Selipiberg, trus..MM Gede J PH, trustee 10401 GautUler E, trustee 13675 Oauthier E, trustee I Wii Gardenhire W C, trustee.. 14041 Gnlliard Ed, trustee iit'-i Oordon C P, trustee 1MS1 Hale W K, trustee ton Holmes A k Co, trustees. . .8039 nutehinson John, trustee. 13979 Hutchinson John, trustee.lWH) Hill Horace L, trustee. ...11713 Hill ft Kllgour, trustees.. 157 14 Hunt J L, trustee 15782 HusseyUJ, trustee 15703 Hosmer ft Bonnie, trust.. 15(147 Hosmer ft Bourne, trust.. 15733 Hazzard John 8202 HiinnielmauA F 12324 Hendrie Bros, trustees. . . .14431 Hunt Geo H, trustee. 15779 Jemison Bsmuel 10872 Kent B F, trustee 14017 Kretzer J 4717 Latham J H ft Co, trnstees.12585 Latham J H ft Co, trustees.13424 Latham I H ft Co, trusteet.14780 La' ham J H k Co, trustees. 14993 Latham J H k Co, trustees.16150 Latham J H k Co. truatees.15301 Latham 1 H k Co, trustees. 155M Latham J H ft Co, trustees.l55 Lazure L T, trustee 12703 isssk A 11, trustee ira LlssakA H, trustee 15031 issakAH, trustee iv.vi Lissak A H, trustee ir033 Lissak A H, trustee 151 34 Lissak L 8, truBtce loui Marye Geo T, trustee 15411 MaryeGeoT, trustee 15412 Marina 1 De Bta, trustee. .15122 SAN FRANCISCO BREWERY. Panaca Flat. OHAS. GOEDICKE Proprietor. WILL FURNISH SALOON'S AND FAMI lies with Boor, Uct Quality, In quantities to suit. Bottled Beer always on hand. Privnto Rooma, Just fitted up tor use of Families. f23tf P. II. WAND'S SALOON, Corner Main and Meadow Valley at. BEST WINKS, LIQUOriS, HJto 1H19 IS DEBERVEDLT A PLACE OF GEN. Social Glass 1. KRAL report by all who Indulge in Give him a call, my27.tf Meadow Valley Minlnir Company. Location ot works, Ely Mining District, Lincoln county, Nevada. Notice. There are dellnuuent unoo the following described stock on account oi assessment (ho. v icvieu ou tha 18th day ot September, 187S, the several amounts set opposite the names ot tbe respect ive shareholders, a lollowa: no. or no. or Names. Certificate. Shares. Ainsiey James 14998 20 Brown R, trustee 11474 5 Brown R, trustee 13879 to Brooks ft Leo, trustees. . .15719 20 Brown Godfrey 7425 28 Butler Jesse U 78W iu Burgess OA H907 luo HerrvThOS. 14394 8 Beban Rocco 14892 S 25 25 25 2i 25 25 " 25 25 25 25 IS 25 23 25 as 25 50 5 20 i 50 10 10 100 ?fl II) 10 90 20 10 20 10 5 5 10 10 60 5 m 20 10 10 10 42 50 20 20 . 50 50 20 100 5 2 20 10 25 20 M) 10 20 100 100 10 10 100 10 10 10 30 25 10 20 AO 20 60 20 100 11(1 1110 20 20 2.". S 3 25 25 St as 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 50 5 20 ft 50 10 10 1110 20 10 10 20 211 10 20 10 S 6 6 10 10 fcl it 60 20 in lo in 42 50 50 20 211 50 M 241 14(1 5 2 20 10 25 20 50 10 20 loo loo 10 10 100 10 10 10 30 25 10 20 fifl 20 511 50 100 loo 100 20 20 CLOTHING, DBY GOODS, ETC. JONAS RENEW A COHH. to: L OF HOSTILITIES! -IX THE- HI 1UU! .44919 ....13735 ....12691 ....15123 ....14(97 ....102K9 ....107 90 ....11332 ....11397 ....11513 ....118(0 ....12045 ....12424 ....12719 ....15123 .15126 It is deQuitely announced tbat Fred erica- William, the Crown Prince of Prussia, will visit Philadelphia in an eighteen-gun Bhip next Hummer. This ii good newt for the New Yoik and Phil odelphia breweriee. Tbe two cities, have German fojiulatiun of 500,000, and bow tbe lager will flow. Carl Sent it nearly crazy drilling bis orchestra on " Die Wacbt am Rhein." i. M. Singer, tbe inventor of tbe Singer aewing machine, lately deeeaaed, left three wirea, twenty-eight children and $13,000,000, and now tbere Is every prospect of aome legal fees in lawyers' pockets. nan franoisco will have to pat np pretly freely during tbe present month to rebaild the burned hoisting works of tbe Bonanza. Massaohuseta is sending calicoes and cotton stuffs to England. Tbe San Francisco Chinese contributed liberally to tbe Virginia City Ballet fond. K correspondent of tbe Carson Tribune baa been doina Reno. Of the Nevada Btate Prison be says : It is tbe sickest thing we ever saw, Oh, what a monstrous buinbng is that new State Prison I We expected to see a wall at least ten feet hieb surrounding tbe entire ground; bat alas, and alack a day 1 tbere was naught bat a little dwarf wall, and at the west end of the ground a wall about fifteen feet high and fifty feet Innu Tha location of tbe erouua is tha most bleak and unpleasant in the State of Nevada, and tbere la not re. deeming feature in tbe wbole arrange ment, we will wacer two mia' worm oi silver spoons that never a State Prison goes up on tbat ground, una tnai neiore another vear shall have passed away some provident rancher will be using the premises aa a corral. k writer in tha Richmond Whig gives some interesting reminiscence of btone wall Jackson while at West Point. Tbe followino will illnatata the inflexible de termination of the man. "He bad a rough time in the academv at first, for bis want of previous training placed him at a dis advantage, and it was all be eonld do lo pass bis first examination, we were stuaj ins alaebra. and mavba analytical aeome- try.thal Winter.and Jackson was very low in bis class standing. All lights were put out at 'taps;' but just before the signal he would pile bis grata up with the anthraoile coal, and, lying prone before it on tbe floor, would work away at bis lessons by the glare of the fire, whiob scorobed bis very brain, till a late bour in tbe night." Jdst received a full assortment of the finest brands of Imported cigars, among which are tbe popular brands Bouquet and Garoia: well known to old smokers. IIoixa V. Watt, at Lee's drug store. tf tkp Geo W, trustee 11899 dope Oeo W. trustee 13313 Crocker I H, trustee 11344 Crocker 1 H, trustee 11280 Crocker J II, trustee 14453 Crooker ft Ouruell a. trustees imw Cahtll B ft Co, trustees... 10979 OabiUEftCo, trustees... 11930 Cab ill G ft Co, trustees. ..11932 Cahlll li ft Co, trustees. ..11977 Cahlll E ft Co, trustees. ..122A Cahill ft Co, trustees. . .13137 Cahlll K ft Co, trustees. ..137 65 Cahill E ft Co, trustees. . .13820 Cahill E ft Co, trustees. ..14320 Cahill E ft Co, trustees... 164 20 Cahlll E ft Co, trustee... l&ooi Cahlll E ft Co, trustees. -.16688 Cranilall W O, truatee.... 18518 Crandall W O, trasses.... 13717 Cope. Ubler, ft uo, trust.. id 121 cuaries n a, iruBitm Charles H A, truatee 12315 Coursen 0 A, trustee 10450 Ooursen (1 A, trustee isiss OolburnTW, trustee.... 16846 OolbuanTW, trustee.... 16817 OolburnTW, trusteo... .16848 ColburnT w. trustee. ,..i OolburnTW, trustee.... 15850 ColburnT W, trustee... .15861 ColburnT W, trustee.. ..15852 OolburnTW, trustee... .15863 OolburnTW, trustee.... lMS'i OolburnTW, trustee.... 16874 OolburnTW. trustee. ...16475 OolburnTW, trustee. ...16879 Cook T T, truntee 1190(1 Callaghan, Lynch ft Co, trustees 1368 OottePZ B 10871 Dixon K S, trustee 7134 Dlion h H, trustee.., 11643 Dixon B 8, trustee 1&U! DriseoU D ft Co, trustee.. 4164 Driscoll D ft Co, trustee. .4166 DriseoU D ft Co, trustees. 10701 Driscoll D ft Co, trustees. 10703 Driscoll D ft Co, trustee. 10908 DobinsonJ H Dreiler L P ft Co,truatees.l2197 Drexler L F ft Co,trustee.1218 Drexler L P ft Cotrustees 1220 Drexler L P ft Cotrustees. 12203 Drexler L P at Oo, trustee. naa' Drexler L P ft Cotrustees. 1V348 Drexler L P ft Oo,tmtee.1234 Drexlsr L P ft Oo,trostee.16115 Drexler L P ft Cotrustees. 16116 Duncan W L, trustee 11643 De Oreayer S, trustee 1560U De Oreayar 8, trustee 15604 Dixon T II, trustee 16937 Emerson Joshua..... 11964 Fox 0 W, trustee Fox 0 W, trustee Fox 0 W, trustee Fox 0 W, truatee Fox 0 W, trustee Fox 0 W, trustee..... Fox 0 W, trustee..... Fo 0 W, trustee Fox 0 W, trustee.... Fisher K, trustee... Fisher B, trustee.... Fisher E, trustee... trustee. trustee... trustee... trustee... trustee... truatee... truatee 65 10 6 25 20 10 10 A 6 10 10 10 20 5 CO 5 10 61, 50 10 20 60 10 11) 10 10 100 100 1(10 100 100 100 100 100 100 2" 25 25 20 40 10 60 20 6 6 20 10 10 100 10 10 6 6 t 6 Ain't. f20 6 50 20 25 10 100 6 65 10 5 35 20 10 10 6 6 10 10 ' 10 20 6 60 6 10 SO 60 10 20 50 10 10 10 10 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 25 25 25 20 40 10 60 20 8 25 6 20 10 10 190 10 10 6 6 6 6 S 60 50 50 60 15 1 S 5 1 40 60 10 4'4 6 60 10 50 50 20 20 10 6 5 H 10 6 10 20 10 60 20 10(1 100 G 5 10 10 20 20 10 10 10 100 5 10 1 5 10 10 10O GO 10 20 20 20 10 10 50 60 50 6 6 60 10 10 10 30 6 30 10 60 17 17 60 25 50 5 60 50 50 60 15 125 6 8 8 40-100 1 60 Fishes E, Flshar E, rtsber c, Fisher E, Fisher a, Fisher E, rieuer K. Fisher E, trustee, Fisher E, trustee.., Floyd S 8 .una ....12675 ....12772 ....12778 ....14143 ....14484 ....14864 ....14867 ....16161 ....1B66S .. ..18611 ... .13808 .....13014 ....14029 .,..14291 .... 14806 14652 14386 ..,..14419 .... .14988 16440 MD3 20 10 6 20 30 6 20 60 ' 60 60 20 10 20 SO HI HO 2o0 20 20 t 10 25 S 60 as 60 10 20 10 5 20 30 6 20 60 60 6b 20 10 ao 60 18 SO 200 20 20 6 10 25 6 60 26 60 10 McKonzte Wm... Malvy Pierre Muriani S McDonald Nancy S... Murray J A Noble H H, trustee.. Noble U H, trustee... Noble H H, trustee... Noble u M, trustee.. Noble H H, trustee.. Noble H H, trustee... Noble H H, trusttc.. Noble H H , tmstee.. Noble H H, trustee. Noble H H, trustee.. Noble H B. trustee.. Noble H H ft Co, trustees. izvtt Noble H H ft Co, trustees. 1301 3 Noble H H ft Co, trustees. 13144 Noble H H ft Co, trustees. 13878 Noble H H ft Co, trustees. 14121 Noble H H ft Co, trusties. 14595 Nobie H H ft Co. trUBtees.looau Noble H H ft Co, trustees. 1606 Newmsn L, trustee 16744 Norwood W E, trustee.. ..11452 Norwood W E, trustee. ...11463 Norwood WE, trustee.... 12533 Norwood W E, trustee. ...13180 Norwood W E, trustee.... I558U Norwood W E, trustee.... 15681 Norwood W E, trustee... .16683 Norwood W E, trustee. ...15688 Psrker Fry, trustee..... 14610 Park E W 13793 Parker J D, trustee 15682 Richardson E A, trustee. . . .4926 RkhardsonE A, trustee, ...4962 Richsrdson E A, trustee.. .6338 Richardson E A, trustee... 7961 KIchardfon E A, Trustee. . .9374 Hichardson E A, Trustee. .106X6 Kicbardson E A, Trustee. .10769 Richatdscn E A, Trustee.. 1C808 Richardson E A, Trustee. .11053 Richardson K A, Trustee.. 11064 Richardson E A, trustee. .11074 Richardson E A, trustee. .11180 Richardson E A, trustee. .11181 Richardson E A trustee. .11305 Richardson E A, trustee. .11036 Richardson E A, trustee.. 12035 Richardson E A, Trustee. .12200 Richardson E A, Trustee. .12780 Richardson E A, Trustee. .13045 Richardson E A, Trustee.. 13060 Richardson E A, Trustee.. 13067 Richardson E A, Trustee.. 14327 Richardson E A.Trustee.. 14405 Richardson E A, Trustee., 14436 Richsrdson E A, Trustee.. 14580 Richardson E A, trustee. . . 14807 RlchardsonE A, trustee. ..15108 Richardson E A, Trustee. .15130 Richardson E A, Trustee. .10131 Richardson E A, Trustee.. 15143 Richardson E A. Trustee..! 517 1 Richardaon E A, Trustee. .15734 Rose LB, trustee 1176H RoseLS, trustee 11770 Sherwood B F ft Co, trus. 11787 Sherwood B F ft Co, trus. 12071 Sherwood B F ft Co. trus. 12078 Sherwood B F ft Co, trus. 12074 Sherwood B F ft Co, trus. 15009 Sherwood B F ft Co, trus. 100 ( J Schmieden, II, trustee 7510 chniiedell, V, trustee.... ioo Schmieden H, trustee.... 12019 Schmieden, HochBtadier ft Co. Trustees Schmieden, llochatadter ft Co. trustees....... 12,98 Schmieden, Hochstadter ft Co. trustees 130 1 4 Schmieden, llochatadter ft Co. trustees tiK'u Schmieden, Hochstadter ft Oo. trustees 13715 Schmieden, Hochstadter ft Oo, trustees 13'23 Schmieden, Hochstadter ft Oo, trustees Schmieden, Hochstadter ft Oo, trustees iwvi Schmieden, Hochstadter ft Oo. trustees 15142 Schmieden, Hochstadter ft Go; trustees 15423 Schmieden. Hochstadter ft Co. trustees ....158P4 Schmitt C A, trustee 10W! Schmltt O A, trustee 14086 Schmitt C A, trustee ltvoi Schmltt OA, trustee 15136 Schmitt OA, trustee 16137 Schmitt OA, trustee 16112 Sbarboro B, trustee 15427 Sbarboro B, trustee 15639 Suydam James N, trustee. 1 600 SlebeFO 15869 BiebeFO 16870 SlebeFO 15871 Turnbull W ft Cotrustees. 11383 Turnbull W ft Cotrustees. 12377 Turnbull W ft cotrustees.. 8404 J Clem Vhler, trustee 9453 J Clem I'hler, trustee. ...10155 J Clem UbUr, trustee.. .,11471 J Clem Uuior, trustee. ...n.a Vinwnt J N, trustee 12352 Viusent Charles, trustee. .15142 Wharton James 1023S Woods ft Freeborn, trust. .10351 Woods ft Freeborn, trust. .11118 Woods ft Freeborn, trust.. 11130 Woods ft Freeborn, trust. .11232 Woods ft Freeborn, trust. .12280 Woods ft Freeborn, trust.. 12474 Woods ft Freeborn, trust. .12494' Woods ft Freeborn, trust.. 13439 Woods ft Freeborn, trust. .13440 Woods ft Freeborn, trust. .13474 Wood ft Freeborn, trust. .13032 Warren I B, trustee 11764 Watson WO 7744 Watson W O 7e0 Wright W H, trustee 12330 Woll F, trustee 15878 Wurthrich John 13700 Wurtbricb John .14701 And In accordance with law and an order ot the Board of Trustees, mado on the 18th dav of September, 1875. so many share of each parcel of (aid stock as may be necessary will be sold at publlo auction, at tbe office of the Company, So. 418 California street (over the office of the Vnion Insurance Company), Ran Francisco, California, on Wednesday, the D4tkt day of November, 1876, at the hour of eleven o'clock a. m. olsaid day, to pay said de linquent assessment thereon, tovetUer with costs ol advertising and expense of tbe sal. T. W. COLBl'RN. Secretary. Office Booms over the office of the Union In surance Company, No. 418 Oalilornia street, Sau French CO, California. H5 Id 10 10 20 10 10 6 6 10 10 23 10 10 1 50 40 50 10 4 2 6 50 10 60 60 20 20 10 6 6 8 50 850 10 6 10 20 10 50 20 100 100 6 6 10 10 20 20 10 10 10 100 5 10 10 5 10 10 100 60 10 20 20 20 10 10 60 50 50 6 5 60 10 10 10 .10 5 30 10 50 17 17 60 26 10 10 20 10 10 6 6 10 10 25 10 10 IIAVINQ JCST RECEIVED AN ENTIRE NEW AND SELECT STOCK OF OL.OTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS, I AM DETERMINED TO GIVE EVERY ONE THE BEST INDUCEMENT TO WEAR GARMENTS OF Superior Quality AND Wcwcst Styles. BY OFFERING THE SAME AT PRICES LOW ENOUGH TO Astonish the Closest Buyers. I will from this date, until farther notice, Sell my Immense Stork at such fifcuea, a every one can see plainly marked on my Ol'TUOOR SHOW, and Defy all Competition ! In addition to the ahove I nfler the GREATEST BARGAINS KVEK HEAIIO OF IX THE DRY GOODS LINE, -Of which I havo a- FULL STOCK ON HAND, KD THE LADIES OF PIOCHE AND VICINITY ABE tOBDIALLY IXVlTfD 10 CALL AT L my Store and Judge for themselves. No Trouble to Show Goods." REMEMBER THE PLACE, Main Street, opposite Meadow Valley. STAB HOTEL. STAR HOTEL MAIN STREET, PIOCHE, mm. HAS MOST COMFORTABLE BOOMS, .AND IS... FIRST-CLASS IN ALL RESPECTS. UEJtB EXCELLENT BOARD THE 1SATHS i KYKBYTHINU UON'K TO WM. ARE BF1NG K1TTI D VP AKU " " f i ,. I'FPMEO WITH HUT .an.u naian. MAKE Guests Comfortable and at Home. Baths will bo Free to Guest of the Bouse. STANSF1ELD PROPRIETOR. ap8-tf SO W 50 60 5 6 1(1 10 10 10 0 1 60 20 20 too 100 30 30 50 SO 6 M 60 OO 60 8 40-100 8 40 8 40-100 8 40 ft ft 100 100 1110 100 4(H) 400 50 60 60 60 60 60 10 10 20 20 40 40 60 60 10 10 ft 6 60 60 10 10 0 63-100 0 03 60 60 20 20 100 100 ft ft 60 60 "60 50 ft ft 5 6 15 IS 10 10 26 10 . 10 10 : 10 ft ft 1 a 6 6 10 10 80 30 20 20 SAN FRANCISCO RESTAURANT AND ID A. XS. 13 HL "ST. MEADOW VALLEY STREET, Opposite Deiter Btable. Glbfrlett & Brisatchor, Proprietor. Fresh Oysters In every style. Ooen da; and nicbt for the accommodation of he publlo. - n22-tf Granger Chop-House, Lacour St., old Poatottlca Bulkllng. NEWTON RICHARDS, Proprietor THIS POU'LAB HOUSE la now opened to the pnblio and will be kept aa a nrat-claas Chop-llonse. Meals at all Honrs of the Day or Mh.t. Meals cooked to order. Oysters In every style. Jall-tf RUBBER GOODS. CARBOLIZED HOSE, which Is now used In all the Fire Departments ' oa the Facile uoesi. Belt luff. PacJtlaaT. Clothing, Rubber Boots aad Shoes, And all kind! of Fine Kubber Ooods. AGENTS FOB HAZARD POWDER CO. Superior Blasting and Sporting Powder. WATER a TAYLOR. sit Market at., corner of First St., Ban Fran. Cisco; '': Blrt5am FRED. M. PIERCE, AGENT FOE WEAVER tk TAYLOR'S CARBOLIZED HOSK. Ac. nraaB in Kktobd Boawrtsa OmcB, Lynch' Building. Lscour street. pUMf SAN JOSE MAIN STREET, PIOCHE NEVADA. rpHE CNP15HHIUN1SU HAYlHtt 1 LEASED this popular House, has haa tne same miu"Buij .... ovated and repaired. The ROOMS ARE LARGE AND WELL VENTILATED; THE TA33LE Vat Will be supplied with the best the nia. affords, and no paina spared to make g' comfortable and at homo. TII3E3 BATHS Will be supplied wilb hot and com Charges reasoneuie. ihillf A share of public patronage is respectnuu solicited. . ,..,. ' Jyll-U July 11th, A. D. 1878. NEW YORK BAKERY AND CJRESTAURMTf LA COrR STREET, PIOCHE- HERMAN HOEST, Proprietor. OR1VATE BOOMS ELEGANTLT ST)'j 1 LY f urnlshod for Dinners, Ball BupP" Wedding Parties. Meal at All Hoars. OPEN DAT AND NIGHT for the cc dation 01 tne ruono. NOTICE. - .TTlKl WE HEREBY NOTIFY ALL r o0 Indebted to us, that we lfe' ?,trwt. our saloon business on M.i.iiaMdiaa and we want them to call dmmTS the"" settlement. By doing so they will aeW further t fc kasKSBV