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THE F13CHE DAILY RECORD.
RiTl'BOiT,...DICEHBIR 5. 1ST NOTICE. A the Pioch Daili Rboosd will hereafter be roa by the Bacon rnuanm Commit, all edTertlaexnetita boa this date must ba settled with said company only. No on la authorised to contract debts for tbia Company unless by the written order of R. 8. Ciowlii. BXCOBO BUBLISHING COMPANY. Ptache, December 1U. 1875. NO PAPER TO-MORROW. In order to give kit connected with the Becobo a chanoe to enjoy Christmas to the fall, there will be no paprr issued from thii office to-morrow. . HerrKrupp.the famous cannon founder of Germany, has just astonished the Brit iah Government by a positive refusal to ell one of hie great gani to England, re marking that he waa willing to cootraot for the arming ot at many forts and ships at England wanted, bat he mast decline to part with specimens for experimental purposes. "Considering that Berr Krnpp has, in a great measure, learned the art of big gan making from En gland, we do not see," says the Iron monger, " why he should be bo krup when asked, out of compliment, to send one of his big imitations to us." PictUah Wkathetb. Tha telegraph wiree have not been working well for two or three daya. We are informed that the fog is dense oat in Eastern Nevada and Utah, that it freexes to the wire, so that often it looks like a man's arm, and con sequently, being unable to bear such a strain, it breaks. Bat as a rule the Western Union keeps the wires up well. Reno Journal, 21st. There is no suoh peculiarity la this part of Nevada no fog to freeze, and until the last few days it has not been cold enough to treese. The twelve-oared cutter race in the harbor of Callao, between the crews of the United States steamer Biohmond and a Peruvian man-of-war, was won by the Utter by two hundred yards. The dis tance was two miles and the purse $2, 000 gold. The Americans used a regula tion boat belonging to the Richmond, while the Peruvians pulled a boat built for racing and seventy -five pounds lighter. What sort of a mail do they run out in Pioohe? For four or five days we fail to receive a Bcoobo, and then they all come in a bunch. It would be a pleasure to receive the Bkoobb at least once every other day, as we look on it as one of the most enterprising of our exchanges. Carson Tribune, 20th. The cause ot irregularity certainly is not with us, nor yet with the postofflce here, and is past finding out. The Sacramento Herald states that the Directors of the Consolidated Virginia propose making the shareholders of that company a Christmas present in the shape of an extra dividend of $10 per hare, which will, no doubt, be aooepta ble. The President's message is said to have been sent from Washington to New York in thirty minutes. This seems in credible in oounection with the faot that it took over two hours to read it before the booses of Congress. . Irresolution. An editorial under the above title, whioh appeared in reoent issue of the Philadelphia Ledger, possesses sound reasoning on a very common failing among business people. We make the following extracts : . There are few conditions of mind more painful to endure, and more fatal to effl cienoy or suooess, than irresolution. Most of us recall occasions when we have been thus afflicted, hesitating anxiouslv between two opposite oourses, preferring first one and then the other, as their several advantages present themselves. becoming each moment more confused and uncertain, and, though vexed and ashamed or the delay, yet utterly tnable to end it by decision. We may be happy, if such a oondition is rare and exceptional with as: if our usual habit is to think deliberately, decide resolutely ana sot nrmiy. The irresolute man is continually wast' ing energy. The power that should be economized for action he consumes in anxious alternations of opinion. Does be propose a journey, a business enter Dries, or some chance in hia mndanf Ufa. he is torn with confliotinR thoughts as to lis aesiramuty. xne inducements to carry it out appear in glowing colors. and be thinks his purpose is settled; then possibilities of failures and fears of disappointments bear on bim so strongly that be almost renounces it. Again oonviotions oi its Denent press witb re newed force, and he oscillates most Dain fully between tbe two oonraes.not having sufficient firmness either to nndertake or relinquish the enteprise. Meanwhile delay itself frequently settles the matter: the time in which he might have chosen for himself passes away, and be is forced to accept what fate has left bim without ny reference to his Judgment or pre ference. Directly tbe power of choice is removed, all tbe advantages of tbe op posite plan rush upon him with tenfold force; he is sure that that would have been his selection bad the opportunity been prolonged ; and consequently, acting upon compulsion, witnoat heart or faith, and, indeed, aeainst what ha now thinki bis better judgment, his failure and his discontent are both insured. In tbe smaller details ot life, this irresolution if less disastrous, is even more vexations ana annoying. To waver about trifles, to hesitate, and doubt, and balance pro liabilities upon svery little matter that fjreaenta itself fnr immAili,!, ilonlamn wwwu.wW UVVIDIUU s a lamentable waste of power, distressing to one's self, and irritating to every looker-on. It is better to make some iniatakes, we should all declare, than to thus constantly lose time and force in debating the pro and con of each petty BHH1UB . Ail Oshkosh Romance. An Osbkosh Wisconsin, aate oi ueoemner utn, re late the following: About one month ainoe young lady came to this city with her parents, and her fine appearanoe and lady-like manner attracted tbe attention of some of our young men. On Novem ber 27 tb she beoame engaged to one of them, bat getting weary of the engage ment within three days she waa subse quently engsged to no less than three men. The last one started out to rent a house and daring his absence No. 3 put ia as appearance, and after conversing with the lady a short time prevailed on bar to consent to marry him, discarding 11 others. Bat for fear she would change her mind be inaisted on having tba ceremony performed at onoe. To expreus feelings .of poor No. 3 is impos sible, ae be has not only lost a wife, bat tvw Ik rented boase on bis bands. (SPIRIT OF THE PUB. The Enterprise of the 18th sajs Wil liam White, the man several times men tioned in these eoluma as having been sbot through the thigh a few days sinoe on South C street by some unknown per son, died yesterday about noon. Hie foot firet became gangrened, when the leg wae amputated below tbe knee. Signs of mortification soon after appeared above the knee. The condition of tbe patient being folly considered by tbe surgeons it was decided that a second amputation would be worse than useless. Mr. While wss fully aware that be must soon die and very quietly resigned him self to bis fate. During bis illness be made no complaint about hie being wounded and found no fault with any one. He leavee many warm friends in tbe city and daring his life here quietly did many good and charitable deeds. Yesterday afternoon, a colored man named Bill Martin was oat with a pocket knife by John White, better known around town a "Whitey," says the Eureka Sontinel of tbe 21st inst. They had had some words in the forenoon and a few houre afterwards the altercation was resumed on Main street, close by "Peanuts' " fruit stand, when " Whitey" drew bis knife and stubbed tbe negro in the right eide, between the fourth and fifth ribs, the blade penetrating to the lung. Dr. Bishop, who dressed the wound, does not consider the injury par ticularly dangerous. " Whitey " wae ar rested and is now in jail. The Eureka Sentinel has the following in regard to tbe ffjrthootning report of the State Prison experts: It is now asserted on apparently good authority that the experts appointed to examine the books ot Warden Hymen will submit their re port this week. It is farther stated that the experts will disagree and that two re ports will be made. Mr. Eldridge, who was for a long time Chief Clerk at the prison, it is understood will show that everything is all right, while Deputy Controller Hanford will assert in equally positive terms that everything is all wrong. While we may say that this is nothing more than was to bave been ex expected, it ie perhaps as well to reserve farther comments until tbe report is out. Martin Hart, of whom we made men tion recently, says tbe Elko Independent of the 21st, was found on Wednesday last near Island Mountain, and, as was feared, tbe unlucky man was dead. Ever since he was known to have been lost two parties of citizens bave been busily engaged in searching the hills for him, and on the day mentioned came upon bis dead body, reclining behind a bunoh of willows, his position such as to cause the belief that he bad sat down to rest, and was there frozen to death. The body was in a good state of preservation, and the only portion disfigured was the faoe, whioh had been partially eaten by some animal. The remains were taken into Island Mountain and buried on tbe same day. Poor Mart,, bis indomitable courage and peseverance has brought him to a premature grave. In the east drift of tbe Wells-Fargo mine, says the Enterprise of the 18th, at a diatanoe ot forty feet from the shaft, with tbe faoe of the drift in day, a large stream of water has been tapped . The rush of water caused the ground to cave considerably, but it has been "taken up" and seourely timbered. At about tbe same time a strong stream of water was cut in tbe west dritt, making in all a grand rush. Tbe flow of water from the west drift has, however, been partially . 1 1 V. .4 . 1. -1 . tvfjpcu, nuu huik hi, iuh jjuiu im pended lor tbe present. Tbe water yes terday morning stood sixteen feet deep in me sump. Says tbe Enterprise, the good work of ereoting briok chimneys is still going bravely on in Virginia City. They give a building a muoh more substantial and home-like look than could any number of stovepipes. Frame buildings are generally being ceiled with lumber with in, instead of being covered with olotb and paper. Forty-one thousand shares of stook in the Blue Belle Copper Mine were sold on the 20th inRt.. save the Carson Tri bune, at Sheriff's sale for $205, and the person wbo made the pnrohase is not by any means jubilant over bia bargain. band's wickedness. Next morning the husband, wbo in tbe meantime bad been nursing his wratb, went borne and told his wife that she bad disgraced bim, and now she could pick up ber traps snd leave hi bed end board forever. Remon strance was in vain, and she sorrowfully departed. That night tbe husband re tired to hi widowed bed to think, not to sleep. Visions of the past happi ness and regret for bis basty expulsion of bis companion passed through his mind. Presently be beard a gentle tap at tbe door. " Come in," he aaid. The door opened and bis wife, stood on tbe threshold. "Betsy." he said, "what are you doing oat tbis time of night 7 " " Ob, nothing," said she. "Make me some coffee," aaid he. Tbis she pro ceeded to do with more than her usual alacrity, and nothing more was said of their disagreement. Now a new deck of cards adorns tbe mantelpiece in tbeir home, and every nigbt after tbe supper dishes sre cleared away tbat husband and wife sit down to a cheerful game of "old sledge." So wages the world. Photoobaphed bt ELECTBicrrr. The Charlotte (Va.) Uhroniole says: We learn that, within tbe last two weeks, a singular discovery has been made at the bouse of Jesse Garth, for many years deceased. It is said that a distinot and accurate likeness of Mrs. Garth, who has been! dead for twenty years, osn be seen on a pane of glass in tbe upper sash of one of tbe windows, presenting very mnch the appearance of a photograph negative. Tbe disoovery is said to bave been made by a woman wbo was washing clothes in the yard, who imagined some one was watching her through the window, and went inside to see wbo it was. We gather these facts from Dr. Charles Brown, wbo has himself seen the pic ture. Dr. Brown remembers that about twenty years ago Mr. Garth told him that his wife, while standing at the window, was stunned by a flash of lightning, and tbe doctor's theory is that tbe outlines of her features were photographed on the window pane at that time. The youngest daughter of Mr. Garth, and others wbo were well acquainted with Mrs. Garth, have seen the pioture, and pronounoe it a striking likeness. It Is said to be more distinot about 9 o'clock in tbe morning and 3 in the evening than at any otber time in tbe day. A Mock Mabbiaob. Tbe New York Herald of December 12th says: Ada Ueinman, a young Jewess, told Judge Otterbourg a touching story. She aaid that some time sinoe she made tbe acquaintance of Adolph Silverstein, of No. 171 Delancey street, and on July 20 be induced ber to be privately married to him. He took ber to a bouse on tbe west side of town, in WeBt Twenty seventh street, she believes, and a mar riage ceremony was performed by a gen tleman wbo was introduced to ber as Mayor Wickbam: she then accompanied silverstein on a bridal tonr to Washing ton, Baltimore and Philadelphia. In September he abandoned her in Phil adelphia without a oent, and she told her story to some obaritable people and obtained money to return home. Upon her arrival in New York she learned that Silverstein had been married in October to another pretty Jewess named Lena uotbman. bbe obtained a warrant for Silverstein's arrest on a charge of ab duction, seduction and abandonment. All tbe parties in tbe case are very wealthy, and Silverstein was held for further examination. A Courteous Communication to the Canoa Vigilance Committee. The Carson Tribune of the 20th con tains the following oard from Jno. J. Latner who has been requested by tbe Carson Vigilance Committee to make himself soaroe. . Carson Citt, Deo. 10, 1875, To the oitizoni of Carson City, stvlino themselves "Tbe Carson City Safety Committee," Gentlemen: I am in receipt of an auonymous communication, oicn i suppose emanates from your organization, notifying me that I must leave your city before New Year's Day, or take tbe consequences. Of course after what has happened one of tbe wit nesses wbo was instrumental in bring ing to justice one o( the incendiaries wbo bave infested your community. I cannot be at lost to understand your meaning; dui a must ever remain In lgnoranoe of toe reasons that prompt tbe punishment of persons wbo are the instruments in meting out justice to the criminals whom you so mucu lear. l snail obey your oommand not from any aenae of guilt not from a sense of the justness of your commana oat wun a lull oonvlotlon of the rectitude of my course siuoe I have been a resident among you, with a serene consciousness ot my innooence of every thing whioh shall subjeot me to your auspioions. I would rather saorifioe my me man to go under sacn circumstances, but for tbe fact tbat my refusal to com ply witn your command would involve personal friends wbo bave full oonfldenoe iu iub iu lanous iroQoie, ana mat i can not and will not do. I shall go, but not for eood: for when you have had time for the sober second thought; when you bave had time to realize tbe nnjastness of your suspicions, i snail return ana live down and wear out your groundless suspicions. i win ao yoa tne justice to say tbat you are aotuated by just and proper motives, out a must say mat l tbink yoa nave oeen tea to grave errors by nn worthy men. John J. Latneb A Gami or Cabo Sipabatis Husband and Wit.a gentleman and hi wife who reeide in tbis county went a ahort time since to visit a neighbor, with the intention to stay all nigbt. After supper the host proposed a game of oard to his guest, to which tbe latter assented, and they sat down to play. The wife of the visitor being religiously inclined, raised a remonatranoa against tbe game, but this was disregarded by her husband. She then become very much excited, and lurcaieusu to uom tne oards it they con tinued to play. At laat her husband turned to ber and aaid: " I guess I'm wearing tbe breeches now, and if yoa don't want to see me play and can't be have yourself, jast get your bonnet and go home at once." She took him at hia word, and all tbat nigbt ber lonely pillow was wai wun tears oi Diner angaisb, called forth by tb knowledge ot her boa An A rFKonoNATK Bbotheb. On Sat urday afternoon a man engaged in un loading goods for a house on C street suffered a fraoture of the knee pan. A surgeon was sent for, wbo made the man as comfortable as possible, and then wished to know where tbe sufferer wanted to be taken to. A brother of the man started off to Gold Hill to see if there was room in bis bouse, promising to return in haif an hour. He turned up r gain yesterday morning, giving as an exonse for his absence that he had got drunk and could not find his way baok. Mean time bis brother had passed tbe nigbt in agony, tbe surgeon not daring to set tbe iraoture until tbe patient was in perma nent quarters. Virginia Chronicle, 20. In the line of " How to Bring Uo Parents " is the speech of the littie boy wno said: " rather, l think yon should give up swearing or family prayers, Tbe boy recognized tbe fitness of things. At Wilson's Ranch. Lincoln Co.. Nev.. Deo 34, 187S, W. L. McKee to Mine Melissa Radford. NEW TO-DAY. LEXINGTON GUARD, ATTENTION! A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE LEX. iV INOTON GUARD will be held at Armo ry Hall, Meadow Valley street, on This (Saturday) Evening, December 95tn, Importance. All are At T o'clock. Business of requested to be present. uy order oi ' 1 uus. It OALLAOBER, Captain. I0B THE HOLIDAYS. NEW TO-DAY. w for BE - CHEER - FTJL. Ooods of quality uncommon, Clothes admired by every woman, Coats to stand all kinds of mauling, Bolts suitable for New Tear's calling. Clothes to suit each race and nation, Pants unmatched in all creation, Clothe for young men and for children. Coats for beauty quite bewildering. Clothes that men and boys sigh for. Blouses in fact, tbat babies cry for, Clothes for soldiers, clothes for sallorr , Bults that grace the work of tailors. Suits for s few paltry dollars, Fit for gentlemen snd scholars. Gloves for walking, riding, driving, Eats that dull faces look alive la. Salts for youths, light, slry, dashing, Clothes for men of taste and fashion, Goods for features bright and Jolly, Clothes to suit faces melancholy. Coats for big men broad and burly, Hats for straight hair and for curly, Coats for traveling, hunting, sailing . Goods rain-proof in storms unfailing. Suits for winter fifty styles together Goods for every kind of weather. Goods of silk, cassimere or beaver, Clothes that almost wear forever. Goods for the most fashionable places Gloves to drive to the races, Clothes lit a drawing room to enter. Clothes for scenes of sweet adventure, THE STATE BANK OF NEVADA, PIOOHE. Board of Directors i JOHN P. KELLET President JAS. FTNLAY80N Tloe President CHA8. A. WIEDEBHOLD Secretary F. PHILSON J.W.WRIGHT. H. B. LUBBOCK HABBT I. THORNTON. Attorneys I THORNTON, KELLET k GARBEB EPOSIT9 RECEIVED. EITHER ON OPEN account or to issue eertifloates therefor oar. able on demand. EXCHANGE DRAWN UPON NEW TOBK and BAN FRANCISCO, And other principal cities of the TJ. B. Also npon LONDON, DUBLIN, PABI8, BEBLIN And all of the principal cities of Europe. Currency Bought and Sold. Collections Promptly Made. Railroad and Mining Stocks Bought and Sold on Commission. "7 Money Loaned on Stocks." Correspondents I of California He Tort LONDON and 8AN FRANCISCO BANK LIMITED and J. H. LATHAM a CO., Stock Brokers BE - CHEER-FTJL. Due Bills OP THE Raymond & Ely Mino WILL BE TAKEN AB . MERRY CHRISTMAS! A HAPPY NEW YEAR! JUST RECEIVED FOR THS ' ' -AT J. LEVIN fc GO'S, rtlHE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT FRENCH CANDIE8 Ever brought to this State, fresh and delicious, consisting of French Jelly and Cream, Mottoes, Losenges, Nut and Stick Candles. English Walnnt, Strawberry and French uuocoiaie nougat Japanese Ooeoannt, Turky Fig Paste, Gumdropa of all flavors, French Bon Bona, Chocolate Creams, Walnnt, Coooanat, Vanilla, Catawba, Basin And numerous other Jelly Candies. Candy Toys, Mechanical Toya, Also a lot of Fine Dressed Wss Dolls. Also just received direct from the Factory in tne cost, a large lot oi rirst yuamy Golden Thread and Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco. Havana, Imported and Domestic Cigars. CHEWJNG AND SMOKING TOBACCO. A full supply of Stationery, School - and Account Books. A CIRCULATING LIBRARY. oIT-tf WITHOUT DISCOUNT -BY- Jos. Rich.. POPULAR OPPOSITION CLOTHIER. dls-U Burma houses. CHECKS IDISCOTJIXTTJETD And Drafts on ELLS, FAnCO & CO., SAN FBANCISOO. Ala Telejrraphle Tranifnr. EXCHANGE RAWlf BT WELLS, FARGO k CO. ON ALL ' tba Principal Cities ftha United States, Canadas and Europe, sale by W. r.. ORIFFTW. Wells, Fsrge k Co's Express Office, mrts-tf Ban Francisco Jal-tf. J. W. WRIGHT. Bank Manager. ATTENTION!!! NOW IS THE TIME! TO BUT TOCB CHEAP FOR CASH ! J. MYERS & BR0. Are offering their Large and Well Selected Stock of Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Ladies and Children's Shoes, At San Francisco Cost, to close out Business WITHIN NINETY DATS. They also offer their Real Estate for Sale, con sisting ot ONE HOUSE AND LOT On Meadow Valley Street; ONE HOUSE AND LOT On Ploche Street and ONE HOUSE AND LOT On McCannon Street. Ladlee, don't fail to secure Bariialns. and re- meinoer me place. J. MYERS dc BKO., At the Brick Store, Main Street. del7.tr THE MINERS' MARKET AGAINST THE FIELD! MAIN STREET, ONE DOOR ABOVE MEADOW VALLEY. O'NEILL, Independent of Monopoly I rpAKES PLEASURE IN INFORMING THE -M. wiivv riwufj nn Q9 AM Just nlTM tin at MEAT MARKET With unequalled facilities for furnishing VCtJTTON, VBATj nu.a. XOXlXSl AT LIVING RATES. , JACK O BRIKN ftnA ntn niqvnr m v- oa hand to attend to the wants of customers. The patronage of Famlles and Hotels sollo- nau. O'NEILL, olO-tf CITY CLUB ROOMS. Main street, two Doors shore Meadow VaUey, Piocue, Keyade. XXAJNT HYAN, Pro'r WINIS, LIQUORS CIGARS of the Best Brands. PRIVATE ROOM ATTACHED TO tunes iur lam use of ura Parties. THE M siis, the Celebrated Mlsologist wtll atTbeBer tlIxlatM"ls ih mixtures vau w sample ue Brands. oao-tf CLOTmG, DgYGOODa, ETC. ONIMD! ONWARD! TRIUMPHANT! JONAS CQHN DEFYS COMPETITION! -AND- WILL CONTINUE TO SELL HIS -AT 8UCH- -THAT- OTSDES EVERYBODY BEING A PIONEER IN THAT LINE OF BUSINESS, IT IS Impossible for any NEW COHCER1T To Undersoil Him! COME ONE! COME ALL! ND SATISFY YOURSELVES. AND TOl R POCKET-BOOK W1U BE L YOUR. GUIDE! nSM-tf SAN FRANCISCO RESTAURANT AltO 33 s3L33C.3D3El.-3r. MEADOW VALLEY 8TBEET, Opposite Dexter Stable. - Glbfrled 4( Brisaeher, Proprietors. Fresh Oysters In every style. Open day and nlsht for the accommodation of he publio. n22-tf 9 Granger Chop-House, I-cor at., ola roatomee Hulldlnir, NEWTON RICHARDS, Proprietor. THIS POPULAB HOURE Is now opened to the publio and will be kept as a first-claae Chop-House. Meals at all Hours of the Day or Nlht. Hoals cooked to order. Oysters In every style, jall-tf ACADEMY OF ST. MARY'S, OP TJT-cVII. THIS FINE BRICK ACADEMY, LATELY erected on 1st West 8treet, Salt Lake City, la now eufhcieotly completed to accommodate boarders in a healthful and pleasant manner. The Bisters oner the advantages of a thorough education to young ladles Intrusted to their care. TERMS: For one Session of five months, Includ ing Board, Bedding, Washing, and Tui tion In English Branehee 00 Instrumental Music SO 00 Use of Instrument too Languages, each , 10 00 Private Vocal Lessons 20 00 Out 00 " Drawing Lessons SO 00 General Vocal Class mi " Drawing Class rus Each Pupil should be furnished with 6 Tow els, Napkins, 1 Knife, 1 Fork, 1 Teaspoon, 1 Tablespoon, 1 bUver Goblet, and sufficient Clothing. Terms sre Invariably In advance. No deduc tion made for withdrawing pupils before the end of their session, unless in case of sickness or dismissal. For further particulars, apply to MOTHER M. AUGUSTA, Superior. Bait Lake City, Utah Territory. nlt-lm HOSPITAL OF THE HOLY CROSS. rpHE SISTERS OF THE HOLY CROSS X opened on Monday, October 35th, 1875, Their Large Brick Hospital, On Fifth last Street, between South Temple and Firet Booth Streets, Salt Lake City. The Institution will be under the Immediate supervision of the Sisters themselves, snd will be attended by a oorpa of the beet Pbyaloians vi in wity. laansi A Subeorlrtlon of ONI DOLLAR per Month remilarlv nald In advaaoa while In HEALTH wtll entitle the Babaortber to FREE ADMIS SION, otherwise IIO.OO per weak will be charged. ItTZB H. AUGUSTA, alt-las tuper tor SAN JOSE HOTElIi, MAIN STREET, PIOCHH NBVADA. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVINO LEASED this popular House, has had the same thoroughly ren ovated and repaired. The ROOMS ARE LARGE AND WELL VENTILATED; THE Will be supplied with the best the market affords, and no palna spared to make guests comfortable and at home. TXX33 BATBB Will be supplied with hot snd cold wator. Charges reasonable. A share of publio patronage ia respectfully solicited. A. D. MILLER, Prop'r. July Hth, 1878. Jyll-tf NEW YORK BAKERY AND 2restaiia.t LACOUR STREET, PIOCHE. HEEMAN H0EST, Proprietor. PRIVATE ROOMS ELEGANTLY AND NEW LY f oraiahed for Dinners, Ball Supper and Wedding Parties. Meals at AU Hoars. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT for the ecoomnio. datlonof the Publio. BULLIONVILLE STAGE. FROM AND AFTER MONDAY. N VEMBER lotto, 18T5, the BUIJLIONVTT.T.F. STAGE Will leave Pioche at 4 p. m. and BulUonvllls at S a. in., carrying Mail, Passengers and Freight. nl8.1m WM. CULVEBWXIX. Jas. L. Krso. ' - EowK CBAinrm. Notary Public OonimUaUoiiee for Nevaoa KINO tte CHATTlNs (Suooessors to K. i. Thlbault, deceased,) OMMT?SIONFB8 OF DEEDS FOB ALL THE u... .r,rf Tarrltoriaa. Oonvevaooera, "' Eatate and General Agents. t-vmaof W ranicniar mention giTr mtTt DEPOSITIONS. Offloe-0 California stre SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA. 01-1"" c TO LET. Trr rtTUfl rV MAIN r in h DuiAiJAAiw . I 7.. a . ... tka TtammK W s. i BsTNI. IDVWU mm aw T"V7-- l5!Safc 3 s..w Bulldinc. duI door liMfi.f., -.ww.. . Tw.T- BtnM sand fv-ft Buinw a tieniTio'B irrua nwsw i opposite wens, JT" lite Wells, Fargo oe. Loox ly at the ott.De of Sherwood B u 'ard.