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THE pinCHNUljj RECORD.
P,DAt. ..DECEMBER 93, 18TS. N FB1SCWCO STOCK REPORT. gAM rumnoii, Dwmlr 21. uas.l MORNING BILES. 7m Beet Belc her 67 It 57 ,o9egU W " !m Cbollar Potosl-87 87 H 88 5 in Hle k Norcroaa 15 Ea.ptr.Mill-6,6 116 Kentuck U u JM Alpha 11 f, , 5m Belcher 32 a SI T,S Hon Vlrgime-390 3901.30 391b5 388 389 ?.ConBdK-20Wa Sno Sierra Nevede-21b ) 204 20 H 't ,H California- ablO 09 69SM0 w 6Hbl0 100 BulUon-43 175 Eichequer-10 U ,5 Owrman S 64 H (So 67 o,m Union Con 9 Silly Bryan-9 9Hb30 2bW ISSJulle 1 U 160 Baltimore Con 2 10 Utah 1 Ml Globe 10 AFTEltNOON 8AI.F.X UOM-edow Valley-2H 3k 105 Raymond KIT 16 41 Eureka Con 17 Itiu Adams Hill 3ii0 Belmont I SSOPruMlan- 1 . 25JLeopard-llll 71(0 Jetturson 6 6 1 6 760 011 3 M0 Panther- lMSHunaey-l 1 . 1 W AdvaDCe-5J4 i6 400 Ooso Con1 s t e MO New Coeo-l), lJtblU 136 Silver fliU-T "t 110 Dayton 4 Is MRocklaland-SHS'iSI, wn y con aa 2" 2U0 Pictou So 60 Occidental 8 1 100 Pliil Sheridan H iO American Flag 1 H liO Woodville 3 300 Mint 46c lOOAlta 3 90 Lady Washington 9 7U0 Kossuth 3H 3 810 O a H Quartz t)t 2b5 2S 180 Andes 3 A 3'. 2S0 Hides 7 .100 Florida 3 !4 SI 3 900 Europe 11 1 60 Pacilic 1 11 Wells Fargo 2flc 85.; 1200 Leviathan 2 H 21 CO Monumental 87 Ho 2(M Crown Point-28 28 240 Justice 27 201, 4H0 Ophir 48 48 H 125 Con Virginia 388 386 387 215 Belcher 32 32 200 Gould Curry 19?; 570 BeBt A Belcher 5tH M'i 115 Savage 14 14 H 185 Overman 4 175 Sierra Nevada 20 Vj 20i i'4 BY TELEGRAPH! ITMUt TO TH HOCUS DAILY BY WEHTKBS OHIOM LWK. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Market Price of Grain. The following in the market price paid for erain, etc., corrected by Steele fc Tamil, Lower Main street : EASTERN DISPATCHES. parte ban issued an address as candidate ior toe Chamber of Corsica. Deputies from RE Whole barley. , Oat Potatoes EK Pork CT9. . 3H . 3' . 2 .40 .11 era. Chopped barley. .. . Whole corn 3 Chopped corn 3 ! Flour 4H PASSENGER TRAVEL. ARRIVALS. unoH white's salt laze link: Wo Ulenburg "It makes a hen tender to let her lay a while after she la dead," says an ex change, and we should think about three weeks would be about long enough to let her lay to make her tendernesa apparent; 80 says the Salt Lake Tribune. Now, we think let her lay before she is dead on a nest of ecus for three weeks will be long enough tq make her parental tender ness ap-parent. Mammoth Hogs. The Miner's Market had displayed to the public, gaze yester day morning several large sized bogs, with various labels upon them stating their weight; also some of the following names: "Boss Tweed," "Boss of the State," "U.S. Graut," "California," eto. These animals have been all oorn fed and raised on Flanagan & Keelan's ranoh, and the pork is a number one ar ticle. To bs Mabhisd. Constable W. L. AIcKee will be made this evening to Me lissa Radford, at Bob Wilson's ranch, at Wilson Creek. The ceremony will be performed by Judge Allen, Justice of the Pesos of Pioche Township. There will be a number of Mao's friends present to witness the oeremony and see him sacri ficed, like a " lamb led to the slaugbtor." CorNT Commissioners. The Board of Commissioners of Lincoln County met yesterday morning and examined the list of delinquent tax-payers in the county. The District Attorney wag or dered to commence suit in about one hundred cases as a starter, and other oases will bs plaocd in bis hands if set tlement is not made. The Board then adjourned. A consumptive cough becomes terrible in March and April. These are the worst months in the year for persons with dis eased lungs. Avert danger by an imme diate resort to Hale's Honey of flore hound and Tar. For sale bv all dma. gists. Pike's Toothaohe Drops cure in one minute, " Yk Tiqkb. Notwithstanding the hard times and the scarcity of money in Pioche, people get money to buck at " ye gentle tiger." Some of the ontsid ers were considerably worsted by that tame beast on Tuesday night, for one game closed with a winning of $2,100 A labor number of bets were made yesterday on the weight of the various mammoth boas in front of the Mi Market, many outsiders doubting that they weighed as much as they were labelled. We believe the butcher-boys oorraieu an toe Deicers. Tn scarcity of teams in and around Pioche yesterday was a noticeable fea lure, no nay or wood was hauled up tne main street, oeing ainerent iroui the past week-, wnen the street was crowded with teams conveying supplies to ine mines. Wk noticed Henry Mablstedt amongst the guests at Horst's restaurant last even ing; he looks as if he had been pretty well bunged up but was all right once more and we are pleased to note the fact' Oaa Shipments. The Nevada Central Railroad trains conveyed yesterday 93 tons of ore to the mills at Bullionville from the Raymond & Ely mine. N. B, Nobvsll leave on this morn' ing'i Hamilton stage for San Franolsoo. Mr. Nor veil eoes below to attend to oer tain business matters and will probably be absent some weeks. Tbi Floral mill baa been shut down for a couple of days to enable some re pairs to be made to it. W, R. Wilson has the "Tintenstif penoil for tale. Tbey are pen, ink and pencil. Btixion Shipmxnt. Wolls, Fargo & Co. shipped yesterday bullion valued at Bxsrr brands of Tobacoo and olgars at rouiaae s. "tl Nfw Yobi, Dec. 22. A letter from New Haven says the Vale I'niversitv Boat Club yesterday issued a challenge to the Harvard University Boat Club to row an eight-oared four-mile race, with cockswain, at such time and place and such conditions as shall hereafter be agreed on. If Harvard agrees to accept the Tale's challenge Tale is in favor of pulling either in New London or Spring. field waters. Wi8TcasTKB, Pa., Deo.22. The Bank of the Brandywine did not open this morning. The Direotors are in session. Detboit, Mich., Deo. 22. The con- vent buildings at Cross Village, in the northern part of the State, are reported destroyed by fire, also a grist mill and shinale mill with contents. The loss is not stated. PiTTsncBO, Pa.-Deo. 22. John L. Hoffman, Conrad Hoffman and William Bowers, composing the firm of Hoffman & Co. .distillers at Butler, Butler county, Pennsylvania, were arrested and brought to this city to-day, charged with illicit distilling. Alexander Harvey and David King are also nnder arrest, the former charged with fraud in connection with the distillery and the latter for frauds lently issuing warehouse bonds. Westchkstkb, Pa., Deo.22. The Bank of Brandywine hag the following notice posted on the door: " The bank finding itself unable to meet the continuous drain upon its deposits, and feeling it to be unjust to allow depositors living in the town chanaes of preference over those living at a distance, has decided not to open its doors this morning. It is entirely safe. The depositors need not feel uneasy as the assets of the bank are unquestionable and it will pay them in full at an early day. Crowds are around the bank and much excitement exists." Cuabi.kston, S, C, 21. Gov. Cham berlain has refused to isue the commis sions of Whipper and Ex-Goy. Moses, obnoxious judges elect. He says that as the terms of the present incumbents of office to which the above named persons claim to have been elected, will not ex pire after another general election of members of the General Assembly the President of the General Assembly has no right to elect their successors. Pbovidksck, R. I., Deo. 21. The com mittee appointed to examine the affairs of the Providence Tool Co., engaged in that work to-day and adjourned until to morrow, when a report is expected. Its understood the Company showed about $1,400,000 assets in excess of liabilities. The president of tho Company to-day received a communication from nearly all the 1,700 employees, expressing sym pathy and good will for the company and voluntarily proposing to relinquish all claim to wages for December, amounting in the aggregate to about niuety thoua and dollars. New Yoke, Doc. 22. Mrs. Emma C. Moulton has decided to call an ex-parte council in her case unless Plymonth Church consents lo the holding, of a mutual council, based on questions pro Dosed bv Mrs. Moulton in her last letter as well as those set forth by the church. This council will oomprise such persons as Bhe is informed are the best members of the Congregational Oburoh in the United States. The training ship Goliah, of Grave send, was burned this morning. Madrid, Dec. 22.-General Eohagon has been appointed to the command of the army of the Left. Shanghai. Deo. 21.- Cheng Long Pin and Tang Hing have been appointed Ministers to the United State. Eating Thirty Qaall. About one year ago the Calhoun i Kv.) progress published the following : We are reliably informed that a purse of j,uw ig otiered by a company in Madi sonville. Kentucky, to any man who will eat thirty partridges in thirty days, Bat ing one each day. The experiment hag been tried by several parties of that place, but twenty-two is the highest number reached. It BDDears sinoular. but it is said that after a dozen birds have been eaten the sight of one produoes the most severe vomitingi The money is on deposit in the Bank of Madisonvillo. If ths party fails ho is to forfeit $100." This item went the rounds of the press and brought out many comments upon tne lmpoBioutty of accomplishing the ap parently easy feat. The idea that it could be done became a oonviction with out proof in the minds of many, like that one in regard to a man weighing no more after eating a hearty meal than before eating. Those who seemed best posted on the subject were most eager to wager tneir funds that it oould not bs done. One day last October James O'Don nell, in the presenoe of ten or twelve persona, ate a largn sized cram pie, on a trifling wager, in four minutes and eight seoonds, when Robert R. Rea, N Maccnbbin and others who witnessed the gormandizing were so impressed with his voracity and oapacity that tbey deter mined to give him a trial on thirty quails in thirty day a. Arrangements were made Accordingly at Mullen's restaurant for the quiils. A committee was selected to witnessVthe eating, each evening at 7 o'clock, who were to keep a record of each meal. During the first few days of the test Out few persons besides the com mittee witness the " exercises." As O'Donnell progressed in his undertake ing, however, and became the subject of oomment trom tne press or tne oonntry, the interest increased among the curious bets were made upon the result in Bport ins ciroleii in this and adjoining cities and the restaurant contained a large number ot spectators every evening, bast eveningon the eating of tbe thirtieth bird, tbe house was crowded. O Don nell went at bis task with his wonted vo raoity. Those who bad expected him to ' :i I, 1 .... . : i mil uu mo mob una koio nururiNeu at the apparent relish with which he ex tinguished tbe fowl, and were aatonmhed to hear him call for " another quail for good measure I" This was also con sumed. Then he called for a dozen steaming stewed oysters and ate them. Then, reaching over the table, be tackled piece of pie, which in turn went tbe way of all the quails, and finished up with a large apple. It is said that a great deal of money changed hands upon the result, but O'Donnell himself had no money up. He received nothing for his performance of tbe hitherto (said to be) unparalleled feat but the qnniis, the no toriety and about seven dollars contri buted by the orowd last night. He says that since the twentieth quail was eaten the birds have bad a wild, bitter taste. which slightly increased up to tbe eating of tbe thirtieth one, but this flavor pro duced notmog like nausea, u Uonnell is of Irish parentage, is 28 years of age, 5 feet ninl seven inches in bight, weighed lbJ pounds at the commencement ot the task and has lost but three pounds since. of light or sandy complexion and is a blacksmith by trade. Dr. G. W. Lawder nas been bis attending physician and many other medical and scientific stu dents have watched the undertaking with considerable interest. MadisonCourier LIST OF LETTERS EM.VIXISO I THE POBTOFFICE AT Pioche. Xev.. Dee. 18. 1876. If not railed for in four weeks they Hill be aent to the Dead Letter umce. Allen P 1 Allen Joa Ayrea Jo Abbott Kate Bawden B H Baker Frank I Bailey 1'hoa P Bauwtt II Bruner D a Baohman MR 1 Benson Wn Bryan Jno Bacuee N Butt Miaa Anuia Burna Jaa W Bullen W A Boyle Sell Carbia Wm 2 Calmea Wm B Cork ttem'l 2 CorkUb Wm Cotton Wm S Caldwell t Cronln Barry Collins Jno M Delanev Jno Dames "Fred Davis A J Dabl Jno Davia H C Devlin I H Dareah J H Doran Chaa 2 Douglas Jaa Dreaen A Fern J B 3 Flynn T M f rancls it Foley Jno Uallaeher Mra M Oerrana Jno U Haiiro Honorie Greek H i Grant Daniel Grant Lyman Gjandjean Fred uramoa ura il Hern Jno 2 Hasting! Dan Harding F N Hart Wn T Heara Thoa Harris 8 C Haney Pat Hatch Fred Hart Thoa Hurt Mrs A 2 FOnFION LETTERS. Dasinntton A Pedroneim O Quongto Chong Hauehea Francisco Persona calling for the above letters will pieaae aay "AilvertiHecl." CHARLES F. MEYEKS, P. M. Ilopper Thoa C Hunatnger M Holland J O Hoc km in Mrs i E Johns Wm T Jones D W Jam. RlrhM Kaiser August Kelller Wui Laugley Thos Lowrey J B I-eilh Lewis MrCullough Jno McLellan Frank McGovern Jaa Medlen Peter Mathews Thoa Murray Jno Neenan Johanna Niion M ct O'Brien Tom Paaeoa Robt 2 Pepper M i Porter P V Heinbardt F W Keed Joa Retallack Chaa Reed Henry Ruts D L Koas Uan'l Hholdon J Shea Tlmothv Bhankland U B Stephens L i Btark Martin 2 Sullivan M O HykesB Bteltlng Mrs M Ronndtree 8 li Tomllna Geo Trowbridge W K Hren Jaa Veneman G B VauRhn Pat Weguer J Watts Miss E WestfallSP ' Williams Wen Wikland F. Whltakor O WilUameTHl Williami Maiy J Williams Edwin Williams J 1 Woodard Jno Gouren Wm Zimmerman Nettle Now," said the professor, aa he crew animated in the discussion, all matter constantly changee. I have changed since I have taken my seat here. Every single moment in my body are Una of thousands of blood companies smashed to pieces and forever destroyed." Senior on the back seat (in a voice expressive of deep wonder)" Gosh ! " If yon want any tin ware, sheet iron and copper ware manufactured or repair ed, and also plumbing at very low prices, go to J. J. Halpin 4 Co., who employ none bnt first-class workmen. tf . Alphabetical Xmas drinks at Panaca Saloon, Lacour Btreet. One price! One bit!! Maple rybcp, cranberries and this year's eatoh of mackerel, just received, at T. C. PopjADK'a. Fcll assortment of groceries and pro visions at T. C. Poujade's, Meadow Val ley street. tf. Coonao, brandy, fine whisky, Uolanld gin, and old Jamaica rum, at T. C. PoU' jade's. tf Peabl oik, reliable goods, at Panaca naioon, Lacour street, una price : one hit ! lw Imported sherry, port and claret wines at 1'onjade g. "tf apply toW.R. tf Choice ranch butter and White River obeeBe j ust received at Poujade's. "tf A liqht cart for sale, Wilson. t. B. Hon, Jb., Sacramento. O. H. Fish, rioene. PACIFIC COAST. Santa Babbaba, Dec. 21. At a few minutes before five a. m. a shock of earthquake was felt quite distinctly here, The vibrations were from northwest to southeast, lasting about five seconds. Sam Fbanoisco, Deo. 22. The diasat' isfied stockholders of the Gila Silver Mining Company met last evening. D Brown was elected chairman, J. F. Lyons secretary. About 35,475 shares were rep resented; after considerable discussion a oommittee, consisting of H. R. West. A G. Stelis, N. B. Brook, C. T. Smith and J. Holmes was appointed to investi gate the affairs of tbe Company. Ine meeting adjournod until next Tuesday evening. Sah Fbancisco, Dec. 22. Twenty seven hundred shares oi tne oupum stook of the Bank of California were sold at auction, at the salesroom of Maurice Dora, todav. Twenty-five hundred shares brought twenty dollars per shire, and two hundred sold at eighteen. It is supposed that the gale is for the purpose of olosing out gome estate, though that is not definitely known. Tbe weather is very warm and pleas ant; the barometer has been rismg dur ing the last two days; every indication ot continued fine weather. The Secretary of the Treasury has made an assessment of one hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars against Charles Jost, Grove Adams, Jerome B. Fargo and Charles Werner for unpaid duties on spirits made in 18C3 and 1869. Brevet Brigadier General Morgan, Ma jor Fourth Artillery of tbe U. S. Army, died of apoplexy Sunday night, at Alca- traz Island; the funeral will be to-mor row. General Schofleld has ordered Com pany G, first oavalry, from presidio to San Diego, for aerviee on the border near Campo. A dispatch from b'ai Diego layt all remains quiet. Governor Safford, ot Arisona, bag tel egraphed to General Kautz, commanding the distriot, asking him to send troops to drive the armed foroes back to Sonora, and to prevent tbe troops of either side orossing tbe line. The revolutionists assert their intention of continuing the contest with the Pesqaiera Government. Just roooived the greatest assortment of tinted papers ever brought to Pioche. All tints, shades, shapes and sizes: dotty dimple for little children, and common sizes for olilor folks. Also, a fine assort ment of sheet music just received and more on the way. Mako vour friends happy by presenting them with a box or so of nne paper procurable at my stand, Loo's drug store, Main st. R. V. Watt. Holiday Pbrhknts. Just received, at Dr. Lee's Drug Store, a large stock of Christmas goods, consisting of wax ond China dolls, glove boxes, building and A B C blocks, spring and string tops, marbles, iick stones, vnsos, match safes. books and primers, mechanical anil other toys. In iHct, everything to please the children. lm Daily Entkbpribe, San Francisco Post, Sentinel, 8. F. Call, Salt Lake Tribnne nnd S. F. Conrrier sold by W. R. Wilson, dealer in musio, musio paper, school-books, reading matter. cigars nnd tobacco, at Tress Wand a Saloon. tf Holiday 1'rksknts. Just received a great variety of mottoes, book marks, oard-board, embroidery silk, etc. La dies and children s shoes. Call at the Fancy Goods Store of n. Stein. Lacour street, adjoining Record business office. tf MOTT, FISH & CO Maadow Valloy at. PIOCHE - - - - NEVADA, X M I O H. T 33 n. s And Dealers in HARDWARE, MILL AND MDI ING SUPPLIES Blacksmith's Iron and Hardware, Steel, Tinware. fe4-tf Wm. U. Aator'a Will. The will of the late William B. Astor will bs read with regret if not with sur prise. Tbe testator was the represents' tive of an old New York family; tbe vast estate which be controled was situated within the oity; its growth had been commensurate with and dependent upon the growth of the city. It might have been reasonably expected, therefore. that local public institutions would have been remembered liberally in the dispo sition of his property. The will recites the testator's intention to add during bis lifetime $250,000 to the endowment of the Astor Library, and directs his execu tors to pay out of bis estate so muoh of that sum as may not have been paid at the time of his death; and by a codicil appropriates a rurther sum of $200,000 to the same purpose, witn tnat excep tion the following are all the benevolent bequests: American Bible Society 10,000 Society for the Relief of Aged and Indi gent Fematea S,000 Institution for the Blind 8,000 Lying-in Asylum 5,000 Ladiea' Repository 6,000 Firemen's Fund 10,000 $40,000 The value of tbe Astor eastate has been variously estimated from $50,000,000 to S200.000.000. The latter amount doubtless extravagant; but even of tbe smaller sum $40,000 seem to be a meagre Deroentage. If the oity charities bad been wholly forgotten tbe publio disap pointment perhaps would have been less JM. x. evening rosi. In 18G5, a young English actor named Walter Hastings, at a olub meeting.made the remark that close ooufinement was not a very terrible punishment, upon which Lord S. offered him 10,000 if he would try it ton years. He acoepted the offer, and retired from the stage to a dark oell fifteen by ten. He was allowed Dlentv of food, light, books, and writing materials. He has emerged from tbe nrison. and is spending his bard earned coin in rang, intending to return to tne stage. He began his fool-hardy experi ment at twenty-five, but left his dungeon looking like a man or three score. It is not generally known that the Treasury Department employs two learned and skillful chemists, one oi whom is constantly engaged in fabricat ing indellible inks, while the otner ae votes his talents to washing out tbe inks, and. thus far, ohemistry has devised no ink which chemistry eannot effaoe. At tbe Kossuth mine, on the Comstock, a novel method for furnishing air baa been adopted at the 350-foot station. An air maobine has been attached to the pump rod, saving the neoessity of extra machinery and power for driving it, and wbioh furnishes a bountiful supply of air for tbe 350-foot level, FOREIGN NEWS. London, Deo. 22. The Standard' Pai dispatch lays Prinoe Pierre Bona- FOR THE! HOLIDAYS. P. HEITZELMAN CITY JEWELER, MAIN STREET, HAS RECEIVED FOR THR HOLIDAYS Large Assortment of J owolry, 8TAGE LINES.' SOUTHWESTERN STAGE LINE. PIOOHB m FRiroo, ml., SALT CITY. HUGH WHITE. PROPRIETOR. ONLY ONE NIGHT'S STAGING. Raait NWly Htewkvil with four and eii-norw 'reams anil concord sachet, flABRYTNO 0. . MAIL. AND WELLS, FAR. uu uu.n KxriUttia. STAUE8 LKAVK AT H A. M. THROUGH T1CKKTS TO BAN FRAN CISCO, for sale at WKLLS. FARGO A CO'8 oltlre In Pioche. Fare tbe name aa via Hamilton and Palisade. Part Ira holdlns Through Tickets ean atop over at any point on the road aa long as iney mav araire. nui-tr EVERY OTHER DAY STAGE LINE. DELINQUENT SALES. RaymoMd ny. Loral 4 4MC0 US 5 . IS ( u ...iVO,..., HAMILTON, AND HALF-DAILY FROM HAMILTON TO ROBINSON AND 8CHELL CREEK, AND TRI-WHEKLY FROM HAMILTON TO CHEERY GREEK QILMEE & SALISBURY, Proprietors, CARRYTNa n. 8. MAIL AND WKLL8, FAR. GO As GO.'B KXPBE8H. Tito Three Lines newly Blocked with Fine AMERICAN HORSES and now CONCORD COACHEH. Biases leave Pioche at H o'clock A. M., msklns oloae connection with Railroad Stage from Hamilton. Oftloo mt Welle, Fargo 4t Co.'e." nll.tl ASSESSMENT NOTICES. Plothe Silver Mining Company.- Location of principal place of business, Han Francisco, California; location of works, Ely Mining District, Lincoln county, Nevada; Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting of tbe Directors, held on the first day of Decem ber, 1ST6, an assessment (No. 11) of Fifty Cents 60c) per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immediately, in United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the omoa of the company, No. 419 California street. Ran Francisco, California. Any stook upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the Eleventh day of Jaa- nary. 1876. will be delinquent, and adver tised for sale at publio auction, and unleaa pay- nerare, win d aoia on nei ment is made day. the Blehtb day of February. 187C, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. CHAR. E. KLLIOT, Secretary. Office Boom 28, 410 California street. Ban Francisoo, California, d7-td Finn Ckrtificatks. The name of any member of the Fire Department printed in their fire certificates in any style of type for fifty cents, by applying at the office of the Piochr Dailv RicconD, La cour Btreet. "tf. Beaupiik & Bno., cornerof Lacour and Main streets, offer their house and lot for I sale or rent at low figures. The house is composed of briok and stone. For par ticulars, apply to Ueaupre Sc Kro., at tbe store. Thk immense sales of Hale's Honey of Horebound and Tar proves tbat tbe people consider it the only sure remedy for oouRbs and colds and all pulmonary diseases. Sold by all druggists. FiKe's Toothache drops cure in one minute. Finest kinds of glass ink-stands, legal oap, congress letter and note psper, rubber bands, pen racks, inks, brass fastenings, pass books, penoils Ac &o.. at Rolla Watt a, Lee's Drug Store. tf Fresh shell oysters received by every stage and served in any style to order at tho ean crancisoo .Restaurant and and Bakery, Meadow Yalley street, by Uiblried Sc iSnsacher. tt Db, J, S. Hammond has established an office over the State Bank. Residence Jas. Finley's house, Cedar street. Qo to Alexander's for your drugs. AND- Silver Woro, Which bo offers at prices to suit the times. All goods sold warranted as represented dl-tf P. HEITZELMAN. FOR THE I J. B.STEPHENS, FASHIONABLE SAN FRANCISCO BOOT-MAKER, I'ppev Main Street, adjoining Lot of Fire Department. HAVINO JC8T RECEIVED HI9 SPRING and Summer Stock; is now ready to make to order Roots and Shoes of every description, ot anpunor material and workman. ship. MINING BOOTS MADE TO ORDER, GENTS DRESS BOOTS A SPECIALTY. After long practical experience In the .nisi ness, I am enabled to guarantee my customer that I can produce an article that cannot be beat tor Ntyin, Fit, Durability and Cheapness in Town. Repairing done. J. B. STEPHENS. nir20-tf P. HARRISON Has lust received a fine lot of Water Colored Pictures, Picture Frames, Chromos, Hat Racks, VfOTTLDINGB OF ALL KINDS FOB PtC IfX ture Frames. A variety of Fancy Articles suitable for Christmas presents, which will be Sold at Rates to Salt the Times. Give htm a call and examine hia stock before purchasing elsewhere. His stock ot FURNITURE, BEDS AND BEDDING Is not surpassed In San Francisco. P. HARRISON. Main St., opposite Wells, Fargo & Co's office, ais-ti TN THR DISTRICT COURT OP THE United States for the District of Nevada. In tbe matter of William 1 Btansaeld, Bankrupt J a?"- The above named bankrupt having filed his petition in said Court in the above entitled mat ter, praying tor a aiscnare rrom ail ma aeois provable, under the act of Congress entitled " An Act to establish a uniform system of Bank ruptcy throughout the United States," approved March a, 1HS7, and unaer Title uu ot the re vised statutes of the United State and the acts amendatory of or supplemental thereto, and the said Court having by its order Issued in aald matter on the 4th day of November, A. D. 1875. direeted that a hearing be had on said petition on the mn day or November, A. D. 1875. at the hour of 11 o'clock a. m, of said day, at Canon City, in said District, and re quiring notice thereof to be published. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that a hearing will be had on said petition before aaid uourt. at the day, nour and place aioreaaid, when all creditors who nave proved their debts against said bankrupt, or other persons in in. terest may appear and show oanse if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. Wltneas my band tula 0th day of November, . v. 18 10. R. M. DAGGETT. Clerk of the District Court of tie United States for the District of Nevada. n9-td TO DELINQUENT TAX raiHB DELINQUENT TAX LIRT FOB THE 1 Fiaoal Year ending December Slat. A. D 1875, has been deposited with the District At torney, and unless the delinquent taxes therein specified are paid to the Treasurer, aa Ex-omclo Tax Receiver, within TWENTY DAYS from the nnblicatlon of this notice, aution will be com mencert by the Diatrict Attorney for the collec tion ot said taxes ana costs. W. II. HENDERSON, County Auditor. Pioche, Nevada, December 1st, 1H7S. - dl-td a. v. mobiom, a. SOBWXIQKB Boots, Boots, Boots. & LIVERY STABLE, MEADOW VALLEY STREET, It is a bit of almost forgotten history that Jefferson was formally nominated to tbe Presidency for a third term by tbe Legislature of Massachusetts, Vermont and Rhode Island, but he declined tbe honor. Carson Tribune, Nrw Millinery Goods. I have on band a fine assortment of fashionable bate for ladiea and ohildren wbioh I offer for sale at prices to suit the times, "tf Mrs. Ward, Lacour street. Finist brands of olgars to be found in Fioobe are at my aland. Also, smok ing and chewing tobacco of all kinds, and everything pertaining to a Brat-olasa cigar and stationery stand, B. V. Watt. MAIN STREET, PIOCOK, Adjoining Wells, Fargo & Co. ARE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE ALL kinds ot superior Custom-made Boots, Nailed, Pegged, Screwed or Sowed, from the nest brands oi x rencn stock. SEWED BOOTS their Specialty. We will guarantee our Sewed French Calf I Boots and Gaiters to be eqnal to any ever made I in tne state. A GOOD FIT WARRANTED. OB NO SALE. Jy-tf 1BOM THIS DATI. ALL TEAM8, BUGGIES, ' BOCEAWAYS, Ac, Ac, will be Let at a GREATLY REDUCED PRICE Call and Judge for yourselves whether they are not enaap Cheaper than tho Cheapest. PRICE 10.00. GEO. O. JOHNSTON. Proprietor. PARTICULAR ATTENTION paid to HErAlKUIH, SaTOur Prices will conform to the Times. MORTON dt SCHWEIGER. myia-tf Dividend Notice, rvlHB STOCKHOLDERS Of THR STATE I BANK OF NEVADA are hereby notified tnu at we mommy meeting or me at the monthly meeting of of Direotors, the REGULAR DIVIDEND FOR FAMILY USE. FINE BRANDIES, WHISKIES, BUM AND GIN Chaa. Heldaelck Champagne; Sherry, Port, Angelica and Claret Wlneai Oregon and Crab Apple Older; Syrups and Cordials! All kinds of Bitters; English Ale and Porter, eto., etc., Sold in quantities to suit, at reasonable Ariose by CHAB. STEIN, Two doors above D. O. Clark it Bra's store. aiaMiw Board was declared for the month ot November of a Per Coat. On the amount of capital stock, payable at the mm in united states goto, coin on rni DAT, the 10th lost. J. W. WEIGHT. Bank Manaoer, Pioche, Nev., December 3d, 187a. da-td S3 A IX PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES XV indebted to J. Myers a Bra. will pieaas oome forward and settle their aoooonts tmmedt ately, otherwise all aooouats remaining unset, tied on the are day ot January, 187C, will be placed la tbe beads of aa ofRoar for oollectlon. tUVH J. MTBM.anO. O. R. ALEXANDER, Druggist ana Apothecary. T7-EEP8 CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE XV lot or Pure Drugs, Medicines Chemicals, Perfumery, Soaps, .eS.ll Toilet flLrtloleasj, LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE. Main St., Pioche, opposite Labour St. my'i-tl ad Kir Mlalasr Caaa itlon of Works. Elr M mlmr Diatrict. Lincoln coruity, Nevada; location of principal laceoi Duainees, Baa mnclseo, oaiiiomiav lotlce. There are dellnanent noon tbe follow ing described stock, on account of ssaissnwnt (No. 61 levied on the fifth ifithl davof Noveam. ber, 1876, the several amounts set opposite tbe uiiuot oi me respective anareuoiacrs, as lot. lows: No No. Names. Certificate, fth.'e. At. Beeuchamp Julia A 2KS , 10 ISO Brlordy Hugh..... 6786 10 SO Brlordv Hush hots on en Bouaine P F 1188T OahlU k Fox, Trustees... 3308 Cantln k Everett, Tnu. tees 6139 Crocker k Gumett, Tnu. tees lKSM Child k Magulre. Trca. teea HTM Couraen G A, Trustee.. .12318 Chase Robt P 881 Chase Robt P ,.. Chase Robt P. .......... .6800 Clapp Fred W 11838 Chardine A, Tiustee. . . .13488 Doacher Johanna 7621 Doacher Johanna 7869 Doacher Johanna 7864 Doacher Johanaa.. 8883 Donald John 10620 Dolman W H. Trustee. .1081 Fox H A, Trustee 11660 Fox H A, Trustee 11729 OUrier I s Co.Truateea 11163 Glaiter I at Co,Traatea.l2048 Glazier I ft Cn,Trasteea.l2334 Gordon C P. Trustee.... 11763 Gregg Edward 72S7 Goldstein E L 11639 Gandolfo Jamea 12682 Hill A Kilgour,Tmatees.l2441 Hill A KUgour.Trueteee.12443 mil k Kilgonr,TmateesJ244S Holmes A A Co, Trus tees 1200 Hall k Charlea.Truatees.12783 Henriquea D, Trustee. ..12463 Jones J W 6804 Johnson Robt 0 8831 KilgourL. Trustee 10543 Latham J H k Co, Trus tees Latham J H k Co, Trus tees.. 12230 Latham J H k Co, True. teea 12237 Latham J H A Co, True. tee 12602 Latham J H A Co, True. toes 12712 Llaaak A H Jr. Truateea. 12799 LoomlsRA 6724 LoomlsB A 6729 Leppeln F 10367 La3k Rebecca, Trustee. .11188 Meyersteln H, Trustee. .12069 Meyenteln H, Trustee. .12384 Meyeratein H, Trustee. .12386 MtddletonRB ,..4028 Middleton B H 64Ht Mlddleton B S 424 Middleton B B B674 McBrien Frank,Trustee.im3 Noble H H k Go, Trus tees 11603 Parker A Fry, Trustees. 11167 Parker k Fry, Truateea. 12183 Perry J Jr. Trustee 12684 Piatt Charles B 12861 Richardson B A, Truatee. .812 Rlcbardaon B A, Truatee. .914 Richardson E A, Trustee. 1778 Richardson B A, Truatee. 2081 Richardson E A, Truateo.2843 Ricnardeon E A, Trustee. 3463 Rtchardaon B A, Trnatea.3e.18 Richardson B A, Trustee. 3762 Rtchardaon E A, Truatee. 6027 Blohardatn E A, Truatee. 6172 Rtchardaon B A,Tmatee.l0381 Richardson B A,Trnatee.l04vo Rtchardaon B A,Truatee.l0821 Richard eon B A,Tmstee.l0822 Richard son E A.Tmatee. 10823 Richardson E A,Truateo.l0824 Rtchardaon E A,Truatee.l0826 Richardson B A,Truatoe.l0826 Richardson E A,Trustee.l0827 Richardson B A,Trustee.l0828 Richardson E A.Truatee,1080 Rtchardaon B A,Truetee.lllG6 Rlcbardaon E A.Truatee.11361 nlohanwon A.Tniatee.11844 Rtchardaon E A.Truato.,242 Rtchardaon B A,Truatee.l2243 Richardson E A,Truatee.l2731 Sherwood B F k Co, Truateea 13102 Schmieden, Hoohstadter at Co, Truateea 10344 Schmieden, Hochatadter A Co, Truateea 10340 Schmieden. Hoohstadter A Co. Truateea 11788 Schmieden, Hochatadter & Oo, Trustees 11806 Schmieden, Hochatadter A Oo, Trustees 12193 Schmieden, Hoohstadter tt Co, Trustees........ 12373 Schmieden, Hochatadter k Co, Trustees ,.,12728 ' Schmieden H. Trustee... 9026 Swain Wm B, Trustee . . .8306 Smith Origen 0 12660 Traynor Catherine 3380 Traynor Catherine..... ..4978 Todd J M, Trustee 12603 Williams, JJeane k Co, Trustees .10869 Woods A Freeborn, Truateea. 0030 Woods W Freeborn, Trustees 7681 Woods k Ireeborn, Trustees. 12344 And in accordance with law and an order of the Board of Trustees, made on the ttfth day of November, 1878, so many sham of each parcel of said stock as may be necessary will lw aold at public auction, at the office of the Company, No. 418 California street, (over the office of tLe Union Insurance Company) , San Francleeo, Cal ifornia, on Monday, tho Tenth day or January, 187C, at the hour ot eleven o'olock a. m. of aaid day, to pay aald delinquent asaaas ment thereon, together with costs of advertising and expenses of the aale. T. W. COLBUBN. Secretary. Office Booms over the Union Insurance Com pany, No. 418 California street. Ban Francisco. California. - d31-td 10 8 1 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 7H 40 60 28 10 6 60 10 20 200 20 20 10 10 10 10 100 10 1(10 60 .8392 16 20 10 ' 60 10 60 3 2 26 100 20 28 26 10 40 10 10 3 8 A 1 6 10 60 10 'Jl 6 20 8 10 10 10 6 10 8 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 3 8 6 a 10 10 20 10 10 28 10 100 10 10 6 10 20 16 6 6 40 4 10 a 18 a so 18 80 30 W 80 80 80 29 80 190 160 76 80 18 160 SO AO 600 60 WO so 30 30 80 300 SO 800 160 80 160 80 160 t - 0 76 300 ISO 76 76 80 Ml 30 30 , 9 e 16 8 16 30 160 90 60 16 eu 16 0 30 30 18 80 IS 800 800 800 300 300 300 300 800 0 16 16 9 30 80 eo 80 80 76 10 900 SO 16 80 80 46 16 18 120 19 30 16 at Lorfis KriLUUN I Nathan Matx Max Ahum KULLMAN & ARMER, IH FOBTKKa AMD DEAI.E1UI IN Cigars and Tobacco. UANtirAOTtntKM or Genuine Havana Cigars, NOB. 306 iSD 308 SACRiMT.f)TO ST., Near Front my8-tf 8AN FRANCIBCO. REWARD! THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS RE WARD and one-fourth of any Treasure recovered, will be paid for the Arrest and Conviction of the Per son who Roblnd the Hamil ton nnd Pioche Stage On Saturday Evening, December 4tb, 1875. d7.tt WELLS, FARGO k CO, Ry W. B. GRIFFIN, Agent. E. L FiRGO & CO., IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OP BRANDIES, WINES AND UP&S, 810 Front stmt, Comer of Commercial, San Franciaco. uu. ira-i JAMES NESDITT, COMMISSION MERCIIANT. Doalara In Produce, Grooeriei and ProTitioiu. Wstoj Matis aoh Tiwefcgi TJTMUCOJXriB. TATE OF NEVADA, COUNTY OF LIN COLN. Pioche Township. In Justice's Court, before U. E. Allen. Justice of the Peace, la and for the Township and Comity aforesaid. 'ine mate 01 nevaaa to jonn uoe, Richard Boe and John Boe and aU owners of, or claim ants, known or unknown, to the following de scribed property, to wit: The mine and mining claim commonly known aa the Hercules mine or mining claim, aald mine or mining claim be ing situated In Bristol mining Diatrict, aaid Oounty of Lincoln and State of Nevada, greet ing: l'on are hereby summoned to appear before the undersigned, a Justice of the Peace in and for Pioche Township, County ot Lincoln, on the Fifteenth day ot January, 181(1, At 12 o'clock m., to answer imto the complaint of the State of Nevada, which anea to recover the sum of sixty-eight 26-100 dollars, gold coin, delinquent tazea on the before described prop erty, together with percentage and costs aa Is proviued oy law. aa miiy set forth in a com plaint on file in my office. And If you fail to appear and answer, tbe plaintiff then sad there will take judgment against yon for the aforesaid amount, together with all costs subsequent to the assessment of said taxes and of this action. (men under mv band In the Towneiuo of Pioche, Oounty of Lincoln, this eleventh day of December, A. D. 1H7S. C. K. ALLEN, " Justice ot the Peace of said Township. State of Nevada. County of Lincoln. In Jus tice's Court, Pioche Township. The state or Keveue to tne Hnenn- of said County: You are hereby required to make duo and legal service of above summons and make your returns tnereon witnm tne time preacrtlnd by statute. u, is. auj.i, Jnstice of tbe Peace in and for Pioche Town- ahlp. uecemner I3tn, 1876. At teat: A true copy. A. FIFE, Sheriff. dl6.td , - By G. W. BntMAU Deputy, SIRS. ZXAXZONEY XT A ON HAND A LARGE ASSORTMENT of fOB MB Which she will Sell Cheap, and invitee all to call and sae them. JOCYIN AND ALEXANDEB O OLOVKa. LA DIES' ties and BatrDUomnxn AMD OTHER FAXflT ABTICLa. - . .- dlttf . ' PIOOHC ATHLITIO O L U MIMBIRI. ATTCNTiea! AXIOM OYMNABTIU lLA88E8 IN THE V Bxeroisea on ssor-rxT. wkdnesuat and . IZJAT aTwVRIlVaa., , Ot Bsssas open from U UU o'clot p. (Jt, aV,aiold. A. MOWlf, IkV' "