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THE PinCHEJAJLY RECORD.
REPORT. ' unira ai I tilt ,-."v Pt,J1J ' gA V FRANCISCO STOCK gjUl j-Biscnoo, December 23. MORNING BALES. l-S Yellow Jacket 101 2j Kentuck 13 Soti , vSiiula-ssi 380 38-b Mi,,9 383 20 Conddme-19 4 410 Sierra Nevada-20 19'. 10 Bullion-44 SseBelcher-7 88 87H -m overman-) 63 63 H 04 C4 V WCala-M'""' )0 Baltimore Con 2H luON Y Con-JS 60 Occidental 3 juoPUil Sheridan- ) American r lat l 150 I'tah-lH 1V 60 Silver Hill 8 75 Dayton H 20(1 Ruck Inland 3) 40 Woodville-SIa 50 An.le-3 470 LfViathan 2". 2 400 Midi-' 50 Europe 1M 230 Wells Fargo20c 100 North Carson 500 Amazon 1 K 100 Monumental H AJIKENOON SALEM 70 Meadow Valley 2t 195 Raymond It Ely-16 IS 13 850 Jackson 2 i30KiirekaCon-ie IB! 16 H MOAlps-1 lit 40 Belmont 1 60 El Dorado South It 260 Prussian 1 H 1 fi lfiO Leopard 10 195 Jefferson 6 5'i 1H0 Gila 2!t 175 Panther 87o 3565 Hussey 1 87c H 340 Advance 6(4 DUO Ooeo Con 1 1 S 320 New Coao 1 1 ,S 60 Golden Chariot H 140 Overman 2 63 755 Lady Bryan 2 H 2H30 70 Yellow Jacket 98 99 30 Mexican 19 18 H 100 Caledonia 23 10 Best Belcher 67 1115 Ophir 48 481 300 California 69 70bo9"in3 95 Con Virginia 387 287 M 520 Jnstlce 27 26?, 271)5 36 '4 ' 70 Sierra Nevada 20 19 Ti 30 Cuollar Potoat 92 50 Alpha 18 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Market Price of Grain. The following is lbs market price paid for Brain, etc., corrected by Steele & Turrill, Lower Main street : CT8. Whole barley 3! Oats 3'i Potatoes 3 E(!K'. Pork 11 CTS. Chopped barley. .. . 3"i Whole corn 3 Chopped corn 3 Flour iH PASSENGER TRAVEL. DEPARTURES. BY. UILMIB ft SALISBURY'S HAMILTON LINK: BNorvall Ah I,ce Cukistmas Tbeb. We publish to-day a programme of the songs and order of exercises at the Christmas tree at the Episcopal church to-night. The ladies that have been engaged in collecting for this object have made very fair success in (heir endeavors and the tree will be filled with presents for all the scholars of toe school ol the ohnrch. Exeroises will oommence at 7 o'clock and an early at tendance of all who participate in the exercises together with the audience who wish to witness the presents from the ChriBtmas tree is requested. Mabbied. James F. Wtlkius, it will be seen by a notice in another col men, committed wh.it we considered n rash act luHt evening, Hs has proved to bs a courteous youth, for he has taken unto himself a wife, uniting his fortunes with Miss Louisa J. Stocks. It is to be hoped he'll never sell short . Our thanks are due to the newly wedded pair for a gen erous supply of wins and cake, in the former of which we irrigated our senti ments respecting the happy pair. Ball at Bullionville. Our neigh bors at Bullionville give notice in this morning's Record that they will give a social ball at Bullionville, at the Meadow Valley Hotel, this evening. The man agers are K. M. Crane, A. T. Eastland lames Conaway, B. B. Martino and Iboinas Oillan. These names are suf ficient guarantee that everything will be au fait and that all guests from Pioche will be made to feel at home and par- iukb oi me general enjoyment. MiNKBs' Mabket. The Miners' Market will to-day make a display of beef, mutton, pork, etc., that will de light the heart of an epicure. Whole beeves, halves and quarters, also mutton ana porn out in the same DroDorlious. will be displayed to the astonished gaze of the multitude. All tboss wishing a well selected roaBi lor unnstmas call and eX' amine and yon will be satisfied to buy. High Mabb. At 12 o'clock to-night (ChriBtmas Eve) High Mass will be cele brated at the Catholic Church, the Rev. tatter Monteverde officiating. The choir will be led by Charles Wiederhoid. on the organ. Mrs. Judge Rives is the soprano and will be assited by Messrs, a. Uorst, H. Uaure and Wm. Rogers Tus Wkathkb. The weather in Pioohe during yesterday was all that could bs desired by the " oldest inhabitant," but to-wards evening it commenced to oloud op, and by 7 o'olook there was a bright sprinkle of rain, whioh oontinued for about an hour, making the streets muddy and the general appearance of things very gloomy. Justice Coubt. Everything was very quiet yesterday at the office of the Justice of the Pesos in coosequenoe of tbe main portion leaving town for Wil son's ranch to see one of their number (Constable McKee) joined in matrimony to Miss Melissa Rudford. He has our best wishes for future prosperity. Oeo Struts. The streets of Piocbe for tbe last few nights have been crowded with men that seem to have business, for they are not on the standstill as in Sum mer months airing themselves, bnt are pushing ahead as if they had an object iu view. Obi Shipment. The Nevada Central trains yesterday conveyed to Bullion ville ninety-two tons of ore from the Raymond & Ely mine. The shipments this week continue to be about tbe same mount; one train running daily. Master Masons. Master Masons will please take notice that the Blue Lodge meets Saturday night for tbe purpose of electing omcers ot tnat lodge. All mem' bers in eood standing being members of that lodge are requested to be present to attend to business. Bullion. Twenty-two bars of fine bullion are now on exhibition at Wells, Fargo & Co.'a express office, valued at about $38,000. A fair showing for Piocbe. Chbistmas Guts. To those who are going to make Christmas presents we would call their attention to II. Stein's advertisement for fancy goods, to J Levin & Co. for tobacco and cigars and fancy goods; Dr. Lee a Urge assort ment of fancy goods, J. B. Stephens, A. J. Mason and Morton Schweiger, for boots and shoes, P. Heitzelman for a large assortment of jewelry, watches and diamonds, Mrs. Mahoney for the latest styles of hats, flowers and ladies' goods; P. Harriron for chromos, furniture, etc.,' J. Meyers t Bro., an extensive assort ment of dry goods; to Jonas Cohn for clothing and furnishing goods, also to Jos. Rich for a like assortment of the latest styles of clothing, hats caps and furnishing goods; Wiederhoid & Good man, neatly bound diaries, select initial stationery, etc. ; G. R. Alexander' perfumery, soaps, etc. Call at these' stores and examine goods. Chbistmas. Everybody and the rest of the children are getting ready for ChriBtmas. Children are having their long stockings cleaned ready to hang up for " old Santo Claus' " visit, the Christ mas trees are being prepared, and tbe storekeepers are appearing with smilino- countenances to all of their customers. Stores are stocked with onnila tlmt -nr. be sold readily and the general appear ance of Piocbe is bright. Chbistmas Tbee. Following is the order of exeroises at the Christmas Tree this evening : First " Sunday-school Volunteer 8ona ;" second "Glee Club;" third " Reading and Prayer;" fourth (song) "The Angels Sangin the Silent NiRbt;" fifth "Address;" sixth Ulee Club;" seventh " Diatrihntinn of Presents;" eighth fsonaW ' flnlv Night;" ninth ' Benediction." At tbe annual election of Keystone Royal Arch Chapter, No. C, the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: C. H. Patchen, High Priest; Johnson, Vivian King; A. J. Blair, Scribe; Chas. Wiederhoid, Treasurer (re-elected); H Kranse, Secretary (re-elected). Closed nntil tbe first stated convocation, on the 13th of January, 1876. A special meet ing win oe nold by tbe Cbaoter on Thurs day, December 30th, 1873." People's Mabekt. The People's Mar ket, on Meadow Valley street, will to-day exhibit, for the benefit of the public, magnificent display of beef of all kinds, from a tender calf to the finest display of mutton, ltoastg for a (Jhnstmas dinner will be in regular order in this market. Purchasers will do well to apply for these articles tor tneir supply tor a No. 1 Christmas dinner. Wedding Cakes, etc. Gibtried & Bri- sacher, at the San Francisco Bakery, on Meadow Valley street; H. Horst, at the New York Bakery, on Lacoar street, the San Jose House, Main street, and the Granger Restaurant, on Lacour street, will lurnish, to order, any kind of fruit cakes, pies, etc, for ChriBtmas dinners or entertainments. A pabty. composed of Colonel TJ. E. Allen, Jobnuy Ernst, Fred Pierce and E. Thompson left Piocha yesterday morn ing, with a four-in-hand team, for Wil son's ranch, at Wilson's creek, to attend the marriage of W. L. McKoo to Miss Melissa Radford. Races. Preparation is being made for the races to come off at the Four-mile House on Christmas, and there will doubtless be some livelv races on the boards. Raymond & Ely OiiDEns. Job. Rich takes all due bills or time orders of tbe Raymond & Ely mine without discount at the Opposition Store. Social Pabty. Don't forget the social partv to take place to-nuut, at the resi dence of Miss Fredilw (tantt, on Meadow Valley street. A silver watch was lost on Main street yesterday. Tbe owner would like to bnv the finder leave it at the Rxoobd office. Racinu talk for Christmas day at tbe Four-mile Wells is the principal topio of conversation now in Piocbe sporting circles non-attendance at tbe conference. It is supposed the absauce of Blanchard, of tbe Ohio road, w due to the same reason. Charleston, 8. C , Dec. 23. George H. Pendleton, of Ohio, attended a ban quet of the New England Society of Charleston last night. PACIFIC COAST. BY TELEGRAPH! SPECIAL TO 1'HB P IOO UK DAILY RECOUP BY WESTERN ONION LINK, oam tRANciBco, Dec. 23. A disoatch from San Diego confirms tbe reports jf snarchy in Sonora and there is a revolu tion in progress. Tbe Yagui Indians are in revolt. Gov. Pesiiuiria has levied special tax to carry on war. Revolution ary parties are reported about to invade Sinaloa, and business is prostrated. No further demonstrations have been made by banditti at Campo. The presence of a posse from San Diego keeps them tem porarily quiet, but they threaten revenge for shooting and banging their comrades. in the recent raid with Cruse Lopez in command. Since the death of Chavez the Mexicans on the border with few ex ceptions are in league with the banditti. A company of cavalry will leave hero to morrow for San Diego. Maj. Richard Roman, for many years treasurer of this State and who served the country in the Mexican war, died in this city yesterday at tbe age of 03 years, De-eased was an uncle to Judge W Wallace, at whose house he breathed his last. Maj. Roman was a native of Lex ington, Ky. .numberless unnsimas lestivities are announced for the next few days and the streets wear a holiday appearance. In the afternoon and evening Kearny street was almost impassible, owing to tbe throng engaged in purchasing and sight seeing. Tbe Bohemian Club held their Christ mas high jinks last evening and a num' ber of the most prominent oitizens were present. Speeches, Bongs and toasts oo oupied the evening. The club room was handsomely adorned with holiday ('"cora- tions. VisaiNiA, Deo. 22. Another outbreak occurred in the Chinese quarters this evening. Rival Hop Woh and Sam Sing companies have been lying on their arms since the skirmish of two weeks ago. Each side has in the meantime imported fighters from California. Warlike prepa rations have been going on day and night till this evening. Sam Slug's retainers opened fire from tbe loopholed building, corner of H and Union streets, upon the castle of Hop Woh, some sixty yards dis tant. Instantly the roof of the latter building was thronged with armed Chi namen, who returned vigorous fire. War soon become general throughout China town. The sound of the firing caused tremendous excitement in the city. Tbe police rushed to the ground in force, fol lowed by numerous citizens, pistol in hand. Upon tbo advent of tbe whites the battle ceased. Two wounded China men were found; one was shot iu the back, and tbe other with a bullet hole in the neck, the latter probably fatally hurt. It is thought by tbe police that several men were killed and the bodies oarried off and secreted. Up to 8:30 this even ing twenty-three Chinamen were cap tured and lodged in the city prison. All were armed to the teeth in the early part of the evening. There was some talk of lynching Chinamen caught with arms upon them. Another skirmish is looked for before morning. San Fbancisco, Deo, 23. A dispatch from San Diego says courier arrived from San Rafael, capital of Lower California, reporting the revolutionists had attacked the plaoe, killed Gov. Villagrana and twenty-nine others and had possession of everything. The report needs confir mation, but it is considered highly prob able by those familiar with tbe affairs in the country. Advewtcbb with a Sbabk.-PauI Boyn- ton, tbe famous diver, is writing sketches of life bneath tbe waves for the Gentle man's Magazine of London. In one of bis articles ha tells tbe following story of a rather uncomfortable experience: I was down on a nasty rock bottom. A man never feels comfortable on them; he can't tell what big creature may be hiding under the huge quarter-decks and leaves which Jgrows there. The first part ot tbe time I was visited by a por cupine fish. which kept sticking its quills np and bobbing in front of my helmet. Soon alter I saw a big shadow fall across me, and looking up there was a shark playing abont my tubing. It makes you feel chilly in lbs back when they're abont. He came down to me slick as I looked up. I made at him and he beared off. For an hour he worked at it, till be could stand it no longer. If you can keep your bead level its all rigbt.and you're pretty safe il they're not on you sharp. - This ugly bruta was twenty feet long, I sbonl think, for when 1 lay down all my length on the bottom, stretched a considerable way ahead 0 ma and I could see him beyond my feet. Then I waited. They mus.t turn over to bite and my lying down bothered him. He swam over me three or four times and then skulked off to a big thicket of sea weed to oonsider. I knew be would come back when he'd settle his mind. It seemed a long time waiting for him. At last ne came viciously over me. but like the time before, too far from my arms. The next time I bad my chance, and ripped him with my knife as neatly as I could. A shark always remembers he's got business somewhere els when he's out, so off this fellow goes. It is a curi ous thing, too, that all the sharks about will tollow in the trail he leaves. I got on my bands and knees, and as he swam off, I notioed four shadows slip after him. 1 saw no more that time. Tbey do not like my company. If you 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 & Co., who employ none but first-class workmen. tf . Alphabetical Xmas drinks at Pauses Saloon, Lacour street. One prire! One bit!! Maple sybdp, cranberries and this vear'a catch of mackerel, juat received, at T. C. rntjjADE's. Fcll assortment of groceries and pro visions at T. C. Ponjade'a, Meadow Val ley street. "tf . Coonao, brandy, fine whisky, Holanld gin, and old Jamaica rum, at T. C. Pou- jade's. tf Peabl am, reliable goods, at Panaca Saloon, Lacour street. One price : one bit ! Iw Importkd sherry, port and claret wines at roujade's. tf A light cart for sale, apply to W. R. Wilson. tf Choice ranch butter and White River oheese just received at Poujade's. "tf STAGE LETES. DELINQUENT SALES. SOUTHWESTERN 8TACE LINE. PIOOLT3D SIX FRIMIStO, ML, Raymond aad Ely Mtaiaar Cpai. ny. Location of Works, Ely Mining District, Lincoln county, Nevada; location of prtaetpei plac of bnaineaa, 8u Praaelaeo, California. Notice. There are delinquent anon the follow. wg uracnoeo. hoc I, on account OT msmm No. 6) levied oa the fifth 1Mb) div of Ho ber, 187s, the several amounts set opposite tfc names of (he respective ahareboldcra, as fol lows: No No. Namos. Certificate. Bha'a. Asst. SALT -VIA- T.AKT! CITY. I. B. Morr, Jb., Baoramento. O. H. Fisb, noens. EASTERN DISPATCHES. FOREIGN NEWS. New Yobk, Deo. 23. A tire this morn ing in Vessey street caused losses amount ing to forty thousand dollars distributed among a number of occupants who are mostly insured. Chicaoo, Deo. 23. A Washington special says an ingenious dodge of Tom Scott has been brought to light within a day or two for the furtherance of his de signs on the Pacific railroad business It is shown from dooumeuts at hand that a conoerted soheme for the capture of tbe so-called patrons of husbandry, has been adopted throughout tbe Southern States, and through this instrumentality force is to be brought to bear on the members of Congress to vote the neoessary appropri ations during the coming session. Westchester, Pa Dec. 23. The Bank of Brandy wine is now in the hands of an assignee, Wm. Jeffreys, cashier of National Bank of Chester county. Detroit, Deo. 23. A Tribune special from Traverse oity Michigan, announces the death, at East Bay, Grand Traverse oounty, of Henry Stiles, an old pioneer. He was tbe first white person born in Cincinnati, and was a resident of De troit at tbe time of Hull's surrender. New York, Deo. 23. The Evening Post says the committee representing the merchants of this oity in the matter ot freight rates, which has Iitely exoited so much attention, bad a conference this morning with Vice-President William H Vanderbilt. of the New York Central Railroad. William E. Dodge, Chairman, said while they were now met to thank the railroad for what they had done in the matter, they wished to have it de oidedly understood that tbey bad no sympathy with tbe low prioes which the railroad has been obliged to adopt. They would have been more gratified if Boston rates bod been raised. It was for the interest ot merchants that the railroad should seoure a fair compensation in order that the latter might pay reason able dividends and be able to expend money for tbe improvements for their facilities. Mr. Vanderbilt thanked the merchants for their expressions of good feeling and then read a letter from Col. Scott, of the Pennsylvania road, giving statement of the rate and reason for his London, Deo. 23. Bullion in Bank of England decreased 607,000 pounds last week. Proportion of Bank reserve to liability, 41?j per cent. Bullion with drawn from Bank on balance to-day, 207,000 pounds. Paris, Deo. 21. Specie in tbe Bank of France increased 2,075,000 Francs the post week. Madrid, Deo. 23. Tbe Epaca says when the Carlist insurrection is sup pressed an efficient army will be main tained in Cuba as a measure of precau tion and that heavy guns will be placed on the coast. At tbe same time Spain will propose to the United States a new and mutually, advantageous treaty of commerce. Subscriptions have already been opened to defray the oost of manu facturing heavy guns for the defense of Cuba. Montbeal, Deo. 23, Work has been found for fifteen hundred extra men on oitv improvements at seven cents an hour. J dst reoeived the greatest assortment I of tinted papers ever brought to Pioche, All tints, shades, shapes and sizes: dotty dimple for little childreu, and common sizes for older folks. Also, a floe assort ment of sheet music just received and more on tbe way. Make your friends happy by presenting them with a box or so of fine paper procurable at my ntnnd. Lee's drug store, Main st. R. V. Watt. Holiday Presents. Just received, at Dr. Lee's Drug Store, a large stock of Christmas goods, consisting of wax and China dolls, glove boxes, bnilding ond ABC blocks, spring and string tops, marbles, i ick stones, vases, match safes. books and primers, mechanical and other toys, lo luct, everything to please the cuiidrei). lui A consumptive cough becomes terrible in March and April. These are the worst months iu tbo year for persons with dis eased lunps. Avert dancer by an imme diate risort to Hale b Honey of Hore- honnd and Tar. For sale by all drug gists. Pike's Toothache Drops cure in one minute, Daily Enterprise, San Francisco Post, Sentinel, S. F. Call, Salt Lake Tribune and S. F. Courtier sold by W. R. Wilson, dealer in musio, muBio paper, scbool-books, reamng matter, cignrs and tobacco, at Press Wand 8 Saloon, tf Holiday Presents. Just received a great variety of mottoes, book marks, card-board, embroidery Bilk, etc La dies' and children's shoes. Call at the Fancy Goods Store of H. Slein, Lacour street, adjoining Record business office. tf Firk Certificates. The name of any member of the Fire Department printed in their fire certificates in any style of tvpe for fifty cents, by applying at the ofnoe of the Pioche Daily Record, La cour Btreet. tf. Bkauprs & Buo., corner of Lacour and Main streets, offer their bouse and lot for sale or rent nt low figures. The house is oomposed of brick and atone, lor par ticulars, apply to Beaupre & Bro., at the store. The immense Bales of Hule's Honey of Horebound and Tar proves that the people consider it the only sure remedy for ooughs and oolds and all pulmonary diseases. Sold by all druggists. Pine's Tootbaohe drops cure in one minute. " New Millinery Goods. I have on hand a fine assortment ot fashionable hnta for ladies and ohildren which I offer for sale at prices to suit tbe times. tf Mrs. ward, Liacour street. Finest brands of cigars to be found in Piocbe are at my stand. Also, smok ing and chewing tobacco of all kinds, and everything pertaining to a nrst-olass cigar and stationery stand. R. V. Watt. Finest kinds of glass ink-stands, legal cap, congress letter and note paper, rubber bands, pen racks, inks,., brass fastenings, pass books, pencils .to &o.. at Rolla Watt s, Lee a Drug Store. ti Fresh shell oysters received by every stage and served in any style to order at the San Francisco Restaurant and and Bakery. Meadow Valley street, by Gibfried & BriBacber. tf Db, J, S. Hammond has established an offioe over the State Bank. Residence Jos. Finley's house, Cedar street. W. R. Wilson has the " Tintenstift ' pencil for sale. They are pen. ink and pencil. Best brands of Tobaooo and cigars at Poujade's. ' tf Go to Alexander's for your drugs. MOTT, FISH & CO.. Maadow Valley at. PIOCHE - - - - NEVADA. ZMFOHT3HS And Dealers in HARDWARE. MILL AND MINING SUPPLIES. Blacksmith's Hardware, Iron and Steel, HUGH WHITE. PROPRIETOR. ONLY ONE NIGHT'S STAGING. Road Newly Htochmt vHh Fr and nn-n.rw Team, a an I ancortt Crarhe. CARRYING D. R. MAIL, AND WELLS. V AO GO At co.'B EXPRK.S8. HTACRH LEAVE AT 8 A. BI. throi'gti ticket to ban fran CISCO, for sale at WELLS, FAROO k CO'B office in Pioche. Fare the same as via Hamilton and Palisade. Parties holding Through Tickets can stop over at any point on the road as long as they mav desire. n'Jl-tf EVERY OTHER DAY STAGE LINE. Beanchauip JulU A Hit Bnoray Hugh ....6TBA Brlordy HuKh 87S Bouame P F litwr Cablll k Fnx, Tranter.... asns Cantin k Everett, Trus tees. 813S Crocker k (iurnett. Trus tees I2tS8 Child a Maguirr. Trca. tees ............ ..1279) Couraen oTTrusteiV. !l!iS Chase Bout P M1 Chase Bobt P 6t8 Chase Robt P 600 Clspp Fred W 1138 Chardlne A, Truatcs....ia43S Doacher Johanna ....... .7093 Doscher Johanna 7063 Doscher Johanna lift Doacher Johanna BP. Donald John 10620 Dolman W H, Trustee.. 10B01 Fox H A, Trustee. 11660 Fnx H A, Trustee 117'i Olszler I Co.Trustees.11163 Qlszler I a Oo.Trueteea. 12048 Olazli-r I k Co.TTUatees.lKOi uordon c p. Trustee.. ..11763 Ores Edward 12X1 Ooldstein K L 11SK Gandolfo James l'JS2 Hill k KilRonr.Truatees.ltMtl Bill Ktl(our,Truetees.lM4'J Hill a Kilgonr,Trnsteos.l241l Holmes A k Co, Trus tees. 1260O Ball a Cnerles.Tru.tces.I'JIMI Benrlques D. Trustee... 13463 Jones J W. ISO so 10 10 20 4 4C-100 ISM IS i lu ft 1 10 6 10 10 10 10 111 10 10 TH 40 SO as .10 a to iu so 200 20 20 in 11) 10 10 loo 10 100 60 It 30 is s 30 IS 90 SO 30 SO 30 SO SO SIM 120 160 75 SO 16 1MI su SO MM) SO 60 30 30 80 30 300 30 900 160 8 T VES Tinware. fet-tf FOR THE HOLIDAYS. HAMILTON, AND HAL-DAILY FBOU HAMILTON TO ROBINSON AND 1CHSLL CREEK, AMD TRI-WKEKLT FROM HAMILTON TO 0HEESY CHEEK GILMEE it SALISBURY, Proprietors. CARRYTUrt TJ. B. MAIL AND WELLS, TAB OO at CO.'B EXPRESS. Tfe. ThrM Ura aewly Stocked with Fin AMERICAN HORSES and now CONCORD COACHES. Biases leave Pioche at H o'clock A. M., msklns olose oonneotlon with Railroad Blags from Hamilton. Offlcs at Wells. Fargo 6i Co. 'a. nai-U P. HEITZELMAN, assessment notioes. CITY JEWELER, MAIN STREET, TTA9 RECEIVED FOR THE HOLIDAYS A XX Large ABBOrtment of J e welry, Diamond AND Silver Ware, Which ha offers at prices to suit the times. All goods sold warranted as represented dl-tf P. HEITZELMAN. Pioche Sliver MlnlitaT Comnaay. Location of principal place ol business, Ban Francisco, California; location of works, Ely Mining District, Lincoln oounty, Nevada: notice is nereDy given that at meeting oi the Directors, hold on the first day of Decem ber, 1875, an aeseanment (No. 11) of Fifty Cents (Dflcl per share was levied npon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immediately, in united states gold coin, to tne Secretary, at the oiiloe of the company. No. 419 California street. Ban Francisco, California. Any stock upon which this aHsessment shall remain unpaid on the Elevenlh day of Jan nary, 1876, will be delinquent, and adver tised for aalo at miblio auction, and unless pay ment Is made before, will be sold on Tues day, the Elirhth day of February, 1876, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. C11AH. K. klliot, Beorewry. Ofnoe Room 28. 410 California street, San Francisco, California. d7-td FOR THE I Indian Cube fob Bhkomatibm. As tbe Winter months are nearing. and the time has oome when the atmosphere is laden with moisture and water feels very wet, rheumatism is apt to oeoome ins prevailing disease, and any antidote that will insure a cure lor in is most irouuie some ooroDlaint will certainly be ap preciated. We therefore most oneenuny append an Indian remedy as told us by the famous Indian doctor, Dr. Phnrt, of Black Bocks, who savs in substance: "Remove the olothing entirely from tbe affected parts ana seat yoursen on a oig am nesr. n.oeu as auiei jum vj. He added: "By-nm-dy heap holler prelty good." Old forty-nine bachelors who are liable to exDosure or saturation from disnwater would do wen to cut mis out and preserve it for future referenoe Inyo Independent. Plenty of Obi. Tbe ore houses of tbe Manhattan Company are fnll to overflowing with rich ore, all the pro minent mines produolng large quantities. The mill ia rnnnina nisht and day, and more than the usual quantity ot bullion is being turned ont. At no time in their history has the mines of Beess Biver District been so productive as at present, or oiven auoh promise of permanence. In fact the mines, and correspondingly the town, are improving every day Austin Beveille, 17. P. HARRISON Has lust received a flue lot of Water Colored Pictures, Picture Frames, Chromos, Hat Racks, HTOULDINQ8 OF ALL KINDS FOB PIC- lYX ture Frames. A variety of Fancy Articles I suitable lor Christmas presents, which will be Sold at Rates to Salt the Times. Give him s call and examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere. 11 is stock of FURNITURE, BEDS AND BEDDING Is not surpassed In San Francisco. P. HARRISON. Main St., opposite Wells, Fsrgo k Go's office. TO DELINQUENT TAX rflHE DELINQUENT TAX LIST FOB THE X Fiscal Year ending December 31st. A. D. 1876. has been deposited with ths District At torney, and unless the delinquent taxes therein specified are paid to the Treasurer, as Ex-otttcio Tax Receiver, within TWENTY DAYS from the publication of this notice, action win be com. menced by the District Attorney for the collec tion oi said taxes and costs. W. H. HENDERSON, County Auditor, Pioche, Nevada, December 1st, 1H7S. dl-td IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States for the District of Nevada. In the matter of William I , Btansneld. Bankrupt. , m Tbe above named bankrupt having nled his petition In said Court in the above entitled mat ter, praying ror a uiscnarge trom au nw aeois provable, under the act of Congress entitled " An Act to establish a uniform system of Bank ruptcy throughout the United States," approved March J, 1867, ana under Title L.XX oi tue re vised statutes of the United States and the acts amendatory of or supplemental thereto, and the said Court having by Its ordor issued In said matter on the 4tb day of November, A. D. 1875, directod that a bearing be had on said petition on the isoth day or Novsmnor, A. u. 1875, at tbe hour of 11 o'clock a. m. of said day, at Carson City, In said District, and re quiring notice thereof to be published. now, tnereiore, none ia nereDy given mat a hearing will be had on said petition before said Court, at tbe day, honr and place aforesaid, when all creditors who have proved their debts against said bankrupt, or other persona In in. tereat may appear and show cause It any they nave, why tue prayer oi saia petitioner snouiu not be granted. Witness my hand this 6th day of November, A. D. 1875. R. M. DAGOETT, Clerk of the District Court of the United States for the District ot Nevada. nO-td G. R. ALEXANDER, Druggist ana Apothecary KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE lot of . 6VS4 Johnson Robt C 8831 KllgourL, Trustee 10643 Lat hum J H a Co, Trus tees 8391 10 Latham J H a Co, Trus tees 12230 SO Latham 1 H k Co, True. tees- 13237 10 Latham J H A Co, Trus tees 12602 60 Latham J H a Oo, Trus tees 12712 10 Llasak A H Jr, Trustee. 1279 60 LoomlsBA 6724 S LoomlsB A 6726 9 Leppein F 1036T 26 Lank Rebecca, Trustee. .11184 100 Meyersteln H, Trustee. .12069 20 Meyerstein H, Trustee, .12384 26 Meyersteln H, Trustee. .12385 26 Mlddleton B 8 4(128 10 Mlddleton B S 6484 40 Mlddleton B B S424 10 Mlddleton B 8 6674 10 MoBrien Frank,Trustee.ll943 .1 Noble 11 H ft Co, Trus tees 11603 a Parker A Fry, Trustees. 11167 A Parker At Fry, Trustees. 12183 1 Perry J Jr. Trustee 12684 S Piatt Charles B 19961 10 Richardson B A, Trustee . .812 60 Richardson E A, Trustee. .914 10 Richardson E A, Trustee. 1778 20 Richardson E A, Trustee. 2031 6 Richardson E A, Trustee . 2943 20 Rlcnardaon E A, Trustee. 3463 6 Richardson E A, Trustee. 3638 10 . Richardson E A, Trustee .3762 10 Richardson E A, Trustee. 6(7 111 Richardson E A,Tmetee.S172 6 Richardson E A,Trustee.l0981 10 Richardson E A,Truatea.l046 S Richardson E A,Trustoe.lCH21 100 Richardson K A,Tro.stee.lU822 100 Richard son E A,Trustee.l0823 100 Richardson E A,Trustee.l0824 100 Richardson E A,Trustea.l0825 100 Richardson E A,Truste..l0826 100 Richardson E A,Trustea.l0827 100 Richardson E A,Tmstee.l0828 Kin Richardson EA,Trustee,108t9 2 Richardson E A,Trastee.lll66 6 Richardson E A,Trustee.ll361 6 Richardson E A, Trustee. 11944 8 Richardson E A,Truste.12242 10 RlchsrdBonBA,Trustee.l924U 10 Richardson E A,Trustee.l2731 20 Sherwood BFs Co, Trustees 12102 10 Schmieden, Hochatadter ft Oo, Trustees 10344 10 Schmieden, Hochstadter A Oo, Trustees 10340 26 Schmieden, Hochatadter A Oo, Trustees 11783 10 Schmieden, Hochatadter ft Co, Trustees 11895 100 Schmieden, Hochatadter ft. Co, Trustees 12193 10 Schmieden, Hochstadter ft Oo, Trustees 12373 10 Schmieden, Hochstadter k Co, Trustees 12728 6 Schmieden H, Trustee. . .9026 1 0 Swain WmB, Trustee... 8308 20 Smith Orlgen 0 12660 16 Traynor Catherine.. .....3380 A Traynor Catherine.; 4278 6 Todd J M, Trustee 12608 40 Wllllsms, Deane ft Co, Trustees 10869 4 Woods ft Freeborn, Trustees. 6036 10 Woods W Freeborn, Trustees 7681 6 Woods k Freeborn, Trustees 12244 10 And in accordance with law and an order of the Board of Trustees, made on the fifth day u( November, 1876, so many shares of each parcel of said stock as may be necessary will tie sold at public auction, at tbe once of the Company, No. 418 California street, (over tbe office of the Union Insurance Company) , San Francisco, Cal ifornia, on Monday, tha Tenth day of January, 1870, at the hour of eleven o'clock a. m. of said day, to pay aaid delinquent assem ment thereon, together with costs of advertising and expenses of the sal. T. W. COLBURN. Secretary. Office Rooms over the Union Insurance Com. panv, No. 418 California street, San Francisco, California. d'Jl-td ea uo so 100 t 76 300 SO 7& 76 30 80 SO 30 0 0 15 8 16 30 160 80 80 16 60 16 30 30 30 16 30 16 SOU 360 300 800 SOU 300 300 300 0 15 16 0 30 30 30 30 75 30 300 30 30 18 30 SO 46 16 13 12U 13 30 16 80 Pure Drop, Chemicals, Perfumery, Soaps, ....ADO.... Toilet Articles, ....A TBB.... LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE. Main Ht. Pioche, opposite Lacoar HU myi-tf TOWNSEND HOUSE. SALT LAKE! CITY, X3232CXXU-trt. LIVERY STABLE,' MEADOW VALLEY STREET, Lotus Kuixmax I Natbam Matkb I Max Aiweb KULLMAN & ARMER, nirOBTKnS AMD DEALXBS IK Cigars and Tobacco, MAMT7V ACTUHKRa Or Genuine Havana Cigars, No. 308 akd 308 Bacrakekto St., ROM THIS DATE, ALL TEAMS, BUOOIES, ROCKAWAiS, ftc, fto., will be Let at a F (,'RE.ITLY REDUCED PRICE. Call and judge for yourselves whether they are not cheap- Cheaper than the Cheapest. PRICE tlO.00. THE ONLY Firat-Class HOT El JyW-tf OEO. C. JOHNSTON, Proprietor. IN- Salt Lake City. II1UE KITCHEN AND DINING ROOM UN X der the supervision of experienced hands. The table is supplied with tbe best In the market, and second to no other plaoe on the Pacific Coast. ' The bed rooms are large, woll furnished and airy. Attached to the Hotel are Bath Rooms, well supplld with hot and oold water. Every convenience for the oeneflt ot travelln goeata. No expense will bo spared to make guests comfortable. Connected with tho House is Ssm'l T. Hatch, formerly proprietor ot Planters and Llndell Hotel, St. Louis; also Clark M. Martin, form erly of Railroad House, Cheyenne. There Is connected with the House, at lllaok Rook, Salt Lake, twenty mile, from the city, a Summer Resort as a bathing place. Travelers from East or West, call and Judge for yourselves, and yon win oe aatisnea. 16-td S. Q. STEELE. i. A. TURRILL. STEELE fc TURRILL, ' DKALXltS TN anAXNr, TTAT enxcX And all kinds of PRODUCE. PRKR C ORRAL, open to Teamsters. A SOT-PL or anooximxiB OK HAND. STEELE a TURRILL, ol9 tf Lower Main street, Pioche, Nev. NOTIOE. IX PERSONS ENOWINO THEMSELVES Ever. At oome forward and settle their accounts Immedi- indebted to J. My Bro. will please ately, otherwise all account, remaining unset tied on the first day of January, 1878, will bs placed In the bands of an offlosr for oolleciion. UW-II il S1KM1WW Near Front myS-tf BAN FRANCISCO. STTAXAfTOSa-ei. REWARD! THREB HUNDRED DOLLARS RE WARD and one-fourth of any Treasure recovered, win oe paid lor tne Arrest and Conviction of tha Per. son who Robbed tho Hamil ton and Pioche Staire On Saturday Evening, December 4lb, 1876. WELLS, FARGO A 00. d7-tf By W. E. O RIFF IN, Agent. (TATE OF NEVADA, COUNTY OF UN. ) COLN, Piocbe Township. In Justice's Conrt, before u. E. Allen, Justice of the Peace, in and for the Townabip and County aforeseld. The Htste oi ftevaua to joun ios, uicnara Roe and John Ros snd all owners of, or claim, ants, known or unknown, to th. following de scribed property, to wit: Th. mine and mining claim commonly known as th. Hercules mine or mining claim, aaid mine or mining claim tw ins situated in Bristol mining District, aaid County of Lincoln and State of Nevada, greet ing : Yon are hereby summoned to appear nerors the undersigned, a Justice of the Peso. In and for Ploch Township, County of Lincoln, on th. Fifteenth day of Jannnry, 1870, At 12 o'clock m.. to answer unto th. complaint of th. State of Nevada, which sues to recover the sum of sixty-elght 26-100 dollars, gold coin, delinquent taxes on the before described prop erty, together with percentage and coats aa is provided by law, as fully set forth In a com plaint on file In my effloa. And It you fall to appear and anawer, th. plaintiff then and there will take Judgment against yon for th. aforesaid amount, together with all costs sub.equ.nt to the assessment of said taxes and of this action. Oiven under my hand in the Township of Pioohe, County of Lincoln, this eleventh day of December, A. D. 1876. U.K. ALLEN. Justice of the Peace of said Township. State of Nevada, County of Lincoln. In Jus tice's Court, Piocbe Township. Th. State of Nevada to ths Sheriff of aaid County: You are hereby required to make due and legal service of above summons and make your returns tnereon witnin tne time preacnoeu by statute. U.S.BbLU!, Juatice of (he Peace in and for Pioohe Town ship. December 13th, 1875. Attest: A true copy. A. FIFE, Sheriff, dlis-td By Q. W. BmnsALi,, Deputy. e. l niii.ii & CO., IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF BRANDIES, WINES AND LlfORS, 316 Front street. Corner of Commercial, San rranctsco. uai. jy-u JAMES NESBITT, COMMISSION MERCHANT. Dealers In Prodnoa, Groceries and Provision. Lower Main street Ftevha. JaS-tf MRS. MAHOHEY TTA8 ON XX of HAND A LARGE ASSORTMENT x-oxx'an XX a. tan Which she will Bell Cheap, and Invites all to call and aee them. JOCVIN AND ALEXANDER'S GLOVES, LA DIES' TIES AND HANDKERCHIEFS AND OTHEB FANCY ARTICLES. dl2-tf PIOOHC ATHLETIC OLUB MEMBERS, ATTENTION! CLASSES IN THE VARIOUS GYMNASTIC Exercises on MONDAY. WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY EVKfltNCln. Club Rooms open from a, as. tilt W o'clock p. in. A. BROWN, PreaMe. A. V. ARNOLD, Secretary. at-ef