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THE PjQCHyMlY RECORD.
nS FRASiCISCO STOCK REPORT. Baa FnuOIoo. December 14. agasaal MORNING SALES. WO Ophir-48 491 9?i SOHbM SO r3SMeiin-9i 19 ft 19 34 Gould Carry-19H 19 b3Q 1 480 Bt Belcher fie 1030 8vae 16) is'i 8,0 Chollar Potoal 95 94 .H) Hal Norcroas IS 44 H 44 130 Crown Point 27 1 27 100 Yellow Jscket 98 91) 830 Iraportl-)4 130 Keutuck 12 (70 Belcher 31 30 H SOU 390 Alph--18 19 UK 19) 19 J30 Conndn- 'JO 95 Empire Mill 6 14 Bullion 45 44 S15 Exchequer-10 10 104 10 Beg Belcher 8S 550 Slerr.Nev.da-20 SObS 19' 19 310 Oon Viraloi 399 it 91 393 391 X 407b30 710 California 70 it 70 300 Overmn-3 63 (t 62 V 1060 Justice 27 28 38 27b5 JTblO 10 Colon Con B 408a Lady Bryan-8 2?4 " 3. 3Sb30 220 Julie Hit 14 14 S 160 Oeledoni-23 93 23 110 Beltlmore Con 2 8 100 Globe 20c 160 Bock Inland 3 4 135 N Con 9 50 Occidental 3 "4 480 Alt 2 8 70 Uth 1 40 Silver H1U-7U 60 Deyton 4 25 Challenge 4 860 Kossuth S 900 O G H Quartx-2 It 150 Amaaon 1 160 And-3S 800 Monumental 75c 1 170MeUow Valley 914 I960 Well Frgo 900 96c 90 Europe 1 14 630 Leviathan 0 K 1 It - v 540 Raymond A Ely 15 115111 14 10 Eureka Con lti 200 Jackson 3 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Market Price of Grain. The following is the market price paid (or gruiu, eta., corrected by Steele & Turrill, Lower Main street : ere. Whole barley.. Oats Potatoes 6iK Pork 3X . 3 . 9 .40 .11 Chopped barley . . Whole corn Chopped corn... Flour era. 3 3 3 4 LOCAL MINING REVIEW. MEADOW Y ALLEY. Ia a hasty talk with D. M. Tyrrell yes terdny, for the purpose of getting oar re view in proper shape, he informed us that tb re has been no change for the past week in the working of the chloridrrs in the Meadow Valley mine. The 520-foot level ia being explored and prospected, and fair results are expected. Tbe east drift in the summit Bbaft is in two hun dred aud Beventy-fiva feet, the face btiDg in bard formation. Tbe buildings over tbe hoisting works are assuming shupe, and it will not be long before the pluue for the hoisting works will be well ooverod. ALPS. Tbe same force of men are employed in this mine, and the increase of ore steadily progresses; tbe lower level is pushed forward as rapidly as possible. The upper levels are displaying a fair smouut of ore, and the increase on the dump is shipped to the mill as fast as teams oan be engaged for that purpose. The changes that have taken place in tbe mine have been suob as warrant no real excitement, but tbe proceeds are a guar antee that tbe proceeds will pay all of tbe expense of working, and that there will be no more assessments levied. BAlMOND AMD ELY. . On winze No. 3 on tbe ninth level the progress made by tbe miners is slow the depth obtained being about 100 feet. Tho formation continues about the same, no ore being curried in the vein. The drifts iu various parts of the mine are being pushed ahead as rapidly as possible with the exception of the west drill on tbe niutli level which has been discon tinued. Tbe general appearauce of the mine continues good and tbe ore tbutQis being extracted Is of very fair quality. ANTILLES. The recently appointed Superintendent of this mine, T. E. Butler, reports that the main shaft is being sunk as rapidly as circumstunces will permit; that tbe whim is in good working order, and that the shaft is being sunk at the rate of four feet a week; rock rather bard and prog ress slow in consequence. The furina- tion in tbe shaft through which thy are now working Is quartzite, NBWABK MILL. The principal business of the Newark mill for the past week has been on chlo ride ore from the Meadow Valley mine. Ore from the Raymond Sc Ely mine has been placed at this mill, and as soon as the Meadow Valley ore is worked the Raymond & Ely ore will he started upon. Youthful Hiobwaymkn. Mankind is prone to evil as tbe sparks fly upward, o said onr mothers' mothers, and it ia much more so with the youth of this generation than in time past. Snob was onr impression yesterday npon witness ing a scene enacted by -a number of juveniles in imitation of the "road agents." Four boys were harnessed to a wagon and driven along one of onr bv ways by an ambitious youth of about the same age. Others acted tbe part of ye "road agent" in a manner worthy of Ulaucle Duval, and with toy guns and ticks used as weapons, commanded tbe suspicious vehicle to halt and throw off tbe box. Tbe driver was prompt in obeying the imperious demand and drew rein as modern Jehus invariably do, and the youthful knights proceeded to inves tigate the oontents of the tipical treasure oox. TDe yomniui highwaymen then oommanded the driver to turn back and make himself scarce for the space of half an hour and all would be well. Races. There will be a race at the Four-mile House on Sunday, December 26th, for a sweepstakes purse. The fol lowing named horses have been entered G. O. Johnson names j T. Probryn named g. g. "Moro;" H. Reed names g. g. "Colonel;" O. Blake names b. a " Apsobe." Single dash of a mile, oatoh weights. There will also be a quarter race netween two nag oi noone. Lexington Guard. A meeting of this company ia called for this evening at Armory Hall, at 7 o'olook. A full attend' anoe is requested, as speoial business will come bofore tbe meeting. Joi Rich's oard as a first-olass clothier appears in a new form in to-day's Recobd, Look at it well, and ponder upon tbe in ducements he offers to purchasers of clothing and furnishing goods from him Owing to there being no issue of the Rkoobd on Sunday mornioa. we eive brief report from several of our mines in wis issue. Catholic Chcbch. At the Catholic Churoh to-day there will be mass at 8 O clock and high mass at 10:30. The Saa Frsnolsoo Stook Board baa adjourned until Monday morning at 11 v viUVa. Btluom Shipment. Wells. Fargo 5; hipped yesterday bullion valued at A merry Cbri stmas to all say we to our patrons. The dawn that heralds the be ginning of a new year, another cycle in this struggle and contention for an exis tence, a wearing ont of our lives for a competence thar will enable as to appear' among the gathering at home at some future Christmas eve. This recurring event appears npon the scene as an oasis in the desert of the past and tbe present, as a time of pleasure and en joyment and a recurring thought of the times when we ourselves were girls and boys. It makes ns again children and in sympathy with all tbe delights and pleas ures of obilbood, a turning back, so to speak, ia tbe pages of the book of our life' history, to the bright pictures that stand out in bold relief marking import ant epochs, in the living and breathing paBt. Memory reverts to each Christ mas eve as a particular page in the lexi con of yonth when we live life over again a hundred times in the short moments that are between Christmas evs and the morning that Christ the Messiah, the saviour of men appeared on earth. A hundred years from tbe birth of this nation of people that have become Riants in intellect, in progres sion, in the arts and science, in every thing that makes ns noble and great and place ns in the advance guard of the army of civilization, recurs the bright enchanting prioture of CbriBtmas Eve. A picture that will be photo graphed on our memory while strugglng along the pathway of life, was presented to our view upon visiting the festivities held for the delight and gratification of the youth of both sexes of our village at tbe Episcopal Church, nnder the direc tion of tbe Rev. Mr. Kline, tbe resident pastor, last evening. The drapery of cedar and juniper formed a beautiful contrast with the decoration of tbe Christmas three and the bright colors and smiling faces of the children. Soenk- ing the language that comes from the Hearts of tbe glad omldren, we for them return thanks to the ladies and gen tlemen inuiviauaiiy and collectively that gave their time and labor that the children should reoeivel the benefit. Judging from the display that greeted our viBion on arriving, right royally were tbe little ones provided for. The opening ex ercises commenced with a volunteer sons. " We are marching on (with shield and banner bright, we will work for God and battle for tbe right." An anthem from the Glee Club, " Rejoice," sung by Messrs. Opie, Bennett, Rogers and Otis, was a treat in the musical way we have seldom listened to, and was greeted by expressions oi approval troin tne audi' eoce. Rev. Mr. Kline read a well se lected chapter from tbe Bible, first ohap ter of tbe gospel according to St. John, conoiuuiug with an impressive prayer; then, by the children, " Tbe Angel Song in the Silent Night," an anthem sung by a hundred little ones, tbe music of which carried our thoughts back toa time when toe years were young. The address by Mr. Kline to the cliil dren, spoken feelingly, was calculated to impress young hearts with thoughts to be reverted to in future years, He assured the children that what ever tbe gifts might be wantiag in quality was owing to the short time allowed to provide for them Following in order was a Christmas Carol, "Tbe Lord has Come." by Messrs. Opie, Bennetts, Rogers, Otes; then followed tbe distribution of prizes, Higest number of tickets entitling the ohildren holding them to the first prizes were Thomas Osborne 100 tickets, Eddie Morton, 98; over 50, Belle Adams, Jas, Olds and a host of little folks, whose names we remember, but the want of Bpnoe allows no mention. Mr. Bennett gave two prizes to tbe young ladies that snonld Da designated uy too pastor as best in attendance at tbe Sunday-school. Miss Osborne and Miss Dolman were tbe happy recipients. jiweb Mabket. The Miner's Mar ket, Main street, was the center oi attrac tion yesterday, and a perfect throng of people were looking at tbe gorgeous dis play of beef, mutton, pork, veal, etc., which was all handsomely decorated with i colored ribbons. Tha tf 1h.ll Boss of Piocbe," and weighing 1,496 ponuda. was the finest piece of meat we have yet seen in this market. Several little roasters, dressed in the latest style, aod tbeir little pull-backs handsomely eurled, were also tbe subject of a good deal of comment. Joe Marzen was in attendance behind the counter, and the manner in which he cnt off steaks, roasts, chops, etc. was a oredit to him self and tbe establishment, and proved he was second to none in that line of business. Those wiahins nift. tender juicy meat for Christmas, will do well to give me aimers Market a call. Mabbied. Wn.L.McKee, Constable of Fioche Township, was yesterday mar ried to Miss Melissa Radford at Wilson's ranch, in this county, and immediately started for their home in Fioche. It Is wonderful bow Mao has withstood all allurements thus far and then suocumb at a time when he thought himself per fectly secure. This kind of conduct won t do, for if the raid continues all the female lovliness in this section will be gobbled np and there will not be a suf ficient number left to make it interesting, Shkrht's Jcby. The Sheriffs jury summoned to try tbe rights of property in isuilionville in the case of Harrison vs. Colbnrn rendered a verdict for the claimant, Those desiring fresh oandies of every oonoeivaoie variety win do well to give J. Levin & Co. a oall. They a! bo have a Que display of toys on exhibition Puts and Calls I Put up one price one bit 1 1 and oall for what you want, at ranaca saloon, Liacour street. BY TELEGRAPH! SPECIAL TO TUB PIOOHS DATLX BIOOBD, BY WEBTKBN UNION LIHH, EASTERN DISPATCHES. subjugate tbe Abyssinian, and that the latter were drawn np in ambush and slaughtered nearly every man of tbe op posite party. General Arendrop, the Pasha and many other officers were litter ally backed in pieces, their heads stuck on spears before the Abyssinians' tents and their bodies sent to wild beasts. Macillop, Pasha, ia said to be alive and a prisoner; of Col. Rontb, the American, nothing is known, and only one officer, Schweizar, escaped. An expedition comprising twelve thousand men of in fantry, cavalry and artillery is to set ont from Cairo without delay and will be joined by every American officer in the Egyptian servioc, inoluding Col. Stone. PACIFIC COAST. Homicide at Minkrhville.-A dispatch was received here last evening by Wesley Williams to the following effect from J E. Flagg: " Bell killed a man come inv mediately, if possible." Wm. T. Bell is the party referred to in the above dis- patch and is too well known here to jus' tify anything like a history of bim at onr bands, tie was at one time eneased in mining witu wes. Williams in tbe early aays oi tuis town and afterwards kept a nurdy house on Liacour street. He is a young man of pleasing address, iusinuat' ing manners, etc. The dispatch gives no information as to who the unfortunate individual was who thus met his death in so summary a manner. People's Market. Tbe display of meats at tbe People's Market, Meadow Valley street, oan hardly fail to catch the eye of the most superficial observer, and when once bis attention is arrested will be impressed with the fact that tbe die play is worthy of a metropolitan city, After inspecting their meats in holiday attire you will go away under the impres- sion that there is a pay-day in Pioche every wees. With the good wishes of Mrs. A. . M, Croyland, wife of the whilom editor of this paper, we were yesterday the recipi ents of a splendid pound-oks that spoke more for tbe good taste of tbe donor than we confess to tbe ability of expressing our appreciation in fitting terms. We will ever hold in grateful remembrance tbe kindly regard shown ns if our old friend John Croyland doea not object. Compliments op the Season. Ws yes' terday reoeived a box with tbe above ia soriDtion upon it, and being assured it did not contain an Infernal machine, con sented to take it in charge. Upon read' ins further a new light dawned npon us, for we run against the well rememoered name of Newman & Mablstedt, of the Panaoa saloon. It was a bos af oigars, and nothing more. We assured him twould all end in smoke. Tub Hoodlum Band promised as they would discourse some sweet musio ere the night had waned and ere this the good folks hold them in kind remembrance for the number and beauty of tbe operatio airs they astonished W. L. McKee and bia bride with last evening. They gave bim aplenty. Roll, Watt displays to the delighted gaze of our juvenile population an array of toys, China sets, etc., warranted to please, seldom seen in this section, and all appropriate holiday presents. He also has the best brands of oigars that yon ver " flopped your lip over. Ball at Bullionville. It was noticeable yesterday that a large number of tbe residents of this plaoe were pre' paring to attend the ball at the Meadow Valley Hotel, Bnlliooville, lost evening. Judging from the genial qualities of tbe managers it can be notbing less tusn a delightful gathering. Racks. The raoes that were to have come off at the Four-mile House to-day have been postponed until to-morrow, when a lively time may be looked for at the raoe track. From all we oan learn quite a large number of raoes have been made np fur the oooasion. ., Abbived. Fred Gilmer, Superintend ent of the Hamilton Stage line, arrived last night by that route. New Yobk, Dec. 21. In aotion of the City vs. Benjamin Wood, proprietor of the Daily News, for six thousand dollars alleged to have been paid on defendant's vouchers for advertising the Common Council proceedings in 1872, and which advertisements complaint states were not published, city government obtained a verdict for $7,000, inoluding interest. PsovrDKNCE, R. I., Deo. 24. A mass meeting of the members of tbe Roman Catholic Parish of St. Mary's was held at Newport yesterday to give expression to opinion as to the reoent burial scan dals. A representative of the New York Herald was oalled to acoouut for bis re ports, and a series of resolutions were adopted referring to the affairs, as a case of discipline has been misrepresented, expressing confidence in the pastor, and repelling oalutnny which charges him with priestly intolerance. Chicago, Deo. 24. A fire at Red Oak, Iowa, yesterday, destroyed eleven build ings; loss estimated ut about $65,000; partly insured. A Washington special says information has been filed with the authorities here that tbe Spanish agents have violated the neutrality laws by enlisting Italians ia New York for service in Spanish regi ments in Cuba. Tbe matter is to be ex amined. It seems to be a similar affair to that which led to tbe English minister Sir John Cram pton reoeiving his pass port under President Pierce. A St. Paul special says seventy-three resolutions purporting to have been adopted by tbe meeting of Catholios of this State gathered to witness tbe oonse oration of Bishop Ireland; protest against the President's removal of Chief Justioe Dunn, of Arizona, on acoount of his po sition; on the common school question, declaring it a violation of tbe spirit of the first constitutional amendment; the resolutions further oondemn tbe policy which would stifle discussion by the mi nority by appeals to religious antago nism; oppose centralization of educa tional powers in tbe national government; recognize equelity of civil and religious rights in Amerioan oitizens, and deolare a oompleto agreement with the views ex pressed in Judge Dunn's lecture before tbe Arizona legislature February 2d, 1875. Geneva, N. Y., Deo. 24. Tbe White Springs farm buildings and mansion, owned by James O'Sbeldon, were totally destroyed last evening. Loss, $50,000; insurance, $20,000. Memphis, Deo. 24. Sheriff Anderson arrived last night from San Francisoo with A. Woodward in oharge and lodged bim in jail. He some two years ago was county treasurer andabsoonded leav ing a defioit of about $160,000. : He inti mates that others shared in the embezzle ment and that he will make it warm for them when the proper time comes, as thus fat he is tbe only one has suffered. New Yobk, Deo. 24. Tbe jury in the Bowen libel suit is still out, unable to agree on tbe question of damages. Bank statement Loans decrease, $1, 829,000; specie inorease, $654,000; legal tenders decrease, $1,198,300; deposits decrease. $3,590,200: circulation de crease, $77,900; reserve inorease, $354, 600. Washington, Dec. 24. The Seoretary of the Treasury has directed that tbe payment of January interest be com' menoed on Monday next with rebate. Cleveland, O., Deo. ' 24. Patriok Kanen, wbo was oonvioted of manslaught er for starving his idiot son to death has been sentenced to the penitentiary for 10 years. Detroit, Deo. 24. Tbe Grand Trunk depot building at Milwaukee Junotion and tbe Exohange Hotel, adjoining, burnetl tbia morning; loss $12,000, partly insured. New Yobb, Doc 24. Henry Clews & Co., bankers, have arranged with their oreditora and obtained a full discharge The Weser Zeitung of Bremen, Deo, 8th oontains the following aocount of tbe capture and massacre of a detachment of Egyptian troop by the Abyssinians, briefly reported some time ago by cable, We have had cewa from the Abyssinian expedition of about two thousand men who were sent by tbe Khedive under command of Gen. Arendrop, a Dane, to San Fbancisoo, Deo. 24. The body of an unknown man was found yesterday on the hillside northwest of the railroad machine shops, with a bruise over tbe left eye and a stab in the left breast. The deoeased was about thirty years of age, was well dressed and a sheath of a long dagger was in tbe belt of his pants, but the blade oonld not be found In tbe vicinity. He had on an overcoat, which was buttoned up over the wound, and from every appearance of tha hnrfr " J probably murder had been committed. Goodall, NeUon & Perkins are out in a oard in tbe Alta this morning in whioh, referring to tbe rdoent charges of unsea worthiness made against ships of their line, and more particularly the steamer Los Angeles, they invite all persons able to form intelligent opinion on tbe sub ject, to examine the vessel at their con venience, olaiming that in that case, as in the rest of their fleet, tho charges of unseaworthiness is unfounded, Sacbamknto, Dec. 23. About eleven o'clock to-night a heavy shock of earth quake occurred, lasting about three sec onds. The vibrations were from east to west. v San Francisco, Deo. 24 All the Stock Boards at the olose of tho session tbis morning adjourned over till Mon day. Tbe Psciflo Stock Exchange yes' terday made each employe a Christmas present of half a month's Balary, and tho California Board, not to be out done, gave all of its employes one month's salary. investigation into the affairs of the Gila Silver Mining Company has been commenced. The members of the Com mittee appointed by tbe dissatisfied stockholders are looking over the com pany's books. The books are, and have been at all times, opeu for inspection by Btockholders and officers. Tbe oompany state they court most thorough investi gation, will offer facilities to experts ap pointed by dissatisfied Btockboders and will explain any circumstances or docu ment whioh may appear Buspicious. holiday rRRSBinw. Just received great variety of mottoes, book marks, card-board, embroidery ailk, etc La dies' and children's shoes. Call at tha Fancy Goods Store of H. Stein, Laoonr street, adjoining kkcobd business office. tf Fire Ckbttpxcatks. Tbe nam 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 Fiocaa Daily Rico an, La- eonr street. . tf. Finest kinds of glass ink-stands, legal cap, congress letter and note paper. rubber bands, pen racks, inks, brass fastenings, pass books, pencil io &o.. at Uolla watt s, Lee's Drug Store. tf Fbbsh shell oyster reoeived by every stage and served in any style to order at tbe San Franoisoo Restaurant and and Bakery. Meadow Valley street, by uiomea s. unsacner. ll Alphabetical Xmas drinks at Panaoa Saloon, Laconr street. One price! One Dill! Mapi.e rybcp, cranberries and this year' catch of maokerel, just received, at T. C. Poujade's. Full assortment of groceries and pro visions at T. C. Ponjade's, Meadow Val ley street. "tf. Coonao, brandy, fine whisky, Holanld gin, and old Jamaica rum. at T. C. Pou jade's. tf Pearl oin, reliable goods, at Panaca saioon, Locour street, une price : one bit I lw stage uona.' SOUTHWESTERN STACE LINE. m FRMISCO, ML, SALT VIA LAKE CITY. HUGH WHITE. PROPRIETOR. ONLY ONE NIGHT'S STAGING. Road Newly stacked with Vmmr mud Nlx-horae Trams a ad Ceaears t.aaciaaa. fABRYH!G D. 8. MAIL, AND WELLS, FAU- wi m vu. b if i m h k h STAGES LEAVE AT 8 A. SI. THROUGH TICKETS TO HAN THAN CISCO, for sale at WELLS, FA ROD k CO'8 office in Pioche. Fare the aame a via Hamilton and Palisade. Parlies holding Through Tickets can atop over at any point on the road as long uieT but unuia. nxl-Q EVERY OTHER DAY STAGE LINE. DELUQnETT SALES. 10 10 a w ee 4t-lM is a ( 10 is Impobted sherrv. nort and claret wine at roujaae s. , wtl A light cart for sale. bddIv to W. R. Wilson. tf Choice ranch butter and White River oheese just reoeived at Poujade's. "tf Go to Alexander' for yonr drag. BUyaeaad mm Br BUataa? ny. Location of Work, Ely Minlof Dtauv, Lincoln ooanty, Raraaa; location tf priaataai Place of bnalneaa. Ban Fiaaetaea, California. Notlee. Thora are drlioqaeat apoa Ik foltov. inf described atock, on account of aaraaaanea (No. 61 levied on tba Bfth (tab) day of Mil bar, in, tha awaral amount sat iipuastts tna nanus of tha reapanUv aharahnlrtaii, as Sat. lows: No. No. Name. CartiAoata. aa'. Beaaenamp Jail A. ...... Brloniy Buata ....7r Brlordy Hugh...... HS7S BonnwP liesT Cahlll Fox, Trateas...iUM Cantln a Everett, Ira. tee. ei3$ Crocker k auroatt, Trn. ta USH Child A Magulre. Tree. tare 1171 Conrarn O A, TraMce,. .12311 Chaa Root P eel Chan Boot P fte ChaM Root P esoo Clapp Fred W Ilea Cbardtn A. Troll 134 M Doacher Johanna 7at Doeehrr Johanna ...TO Doacher Johanna....... 7M4 Doacher Johanna....... . Donald John 1030 Dolman W H, TTat..10al Fox H A. Truate 11660 Fox B A, Truate line OUxler I k Co.Truateei.lllM Glaxler I A Oo,Trnata,liS Qlazler I A Co.Trnataea.123S Gordon O P. Trust.. ..U76S Onus Edward 7237 Ooldateln R L 11S3 Oandolfo June IMS Hill A KURour.TrnteaJM41 Bill A KURonr.Trtuwen.iaui Hill A Ulgour,Tratees.US Holmes A A Co, Tm. teea.. 1M0O Ball A CtMrlM.Trasteaa.ia7M Henrique D, Trustee... late Jonas J W 6VM Johnson Bobt 0 8SS1 KllgourL, Trait 1061 Latham J B A Co, Trn. ( 1 10 S 10 le 10 10 10 10 10 7H 40 60 as 10 60 10 90 sua o 30 10 10 10 10 100 10 100 so IS so nse ISO 1 so too ue E. B. Man, Jb Baoremento. . H. Fish, Ploch. MOTT, FISH & CO.. Maadow 'Valley sjl. PIOCHE - - - NEVADA, IMPORTERS And Dealers in HARDWARE. MILL AND MEHIETG SUPPLIES. HAMILTON, AND HaT.T-Iun.T FROM HAMILTON TO ROBINSON AND ICBELL CREEK, AND TBI-WXEKLY FROM HAMILTON TO OHESET GREEK i QILMEE & SALISBURY, Proprietors. -pARRTIVO V. 8. MAIL AND WELLS, FAB. ! UU UU. B IUUB9, Tk Threw Una atawljr Stocked with Kim AMERICAN HORSES aad Brew CONCORD COACHES. Biases leave Pioche at S o'clock A. H.. making aloe oonneetlon with Ballmed Stage from Hamilton. Offlo at Well, Farg-a d Co.'." nai-tt Blacksmith's Ircn and Hardware, Steel, STOVES Tinware. fei-tf NOTICE. IX DEBTS DUX TO THK PIOCHE L Dailt Kkcobd. previous to this dato. have been placed In the hands of NET CHURCHMAN To whom payment must be made. P. HOLLAND. EECORD PUBLISHING COMPANY. Pioche, December 24th, 1875. FOR THE FOREIGN NEWS. London, Deo. 24. A Time's speoial from Penang to-day aays General Col- borne reports that be has taken Kibtah without loss. Muhuraj'ibs, Ismail and Lela fled to Panang. ' London, Dec. 24. Eight Hon. Earl Stanhope, It. S is doad. Pxople's Market. The People's Mar ket, on Meadow Valley street, will to-day exhibit, for tbe benefit of the publio, taagnifloent display of beef of all kinds, from a tender calf to the finest display of mutton, iioasts tor a (Jnristmas diflner ill be in reeular order in this marknt. Purchasers will do well toaDDlvfor these artioles for their supply for a No. 1 variBimas dinner. Just reoeived the greatest assortment of tinted papers ever brought to Pioohe. All tiutn, shades, shapes and sizes: dotty dimple for little ohildren, and common sizes for older folks. Also, a fine assort ment of sheet mnsie lust reoeived and more on tbe way. Make your friends happy by presenting them with a box or so oi One paper procurable at my stand, una A ui u aturo, matu DIi A. V WATT. Holiday Pbeskntb. Just received, at Dr. Lee's Drug Store, a large stock of Christmas soods. eotislstins of wax and China dolls, glove boxes, building and a. d v oiocks, spring ana string tops, marbles, jack stones, vases, match safes. books and primers, meobanical and other toys, in faot. everything to Dlease the ounaren. im A ooNsuvpTivi oongh becomos terrible in March and April, These are the worst months in the year for person with dis eased lungs. Avert danger by an imme diate resort to Hale's Honey of flore- bound and Tar. For sale by all drou ghts. Pike's Toothache Drops cure in one minute. Dailt Entrbpbisb, San Franoisco Post, Sentinel, S. F. Call, Salt Lake Tribune and S. F. Conrrier sold by W. K. Wilson, dealer in music, music psper, sobool-books, reading matter, oigars and tobacoo, at Press Wand' saloon. tf Bkaupiii & Bno., corner of Laoonr and Main streets, offer their house and lot for sale or rent at low figures. The house is composed of brick and stone. For par ticulars, apply to iseanpre & Bro., at the store. Th immense sales of Hale's Honey of Horehound and Tar proves that the people oonsider it the only sure remedy for oougns and colds and all pulmonary diseases. Sold by all druggists. Pike's Tootbaobe drops cure in one minute. If yon want any tin ware, sheet iron and eopper ware manufactured or repair ed, and also plumDing at very low prices, go to J. J. Hal pin & Co., who employ none but nrst-oiass workmen. tl. Nxw MrLLiNKBT Goods. I have on hand a fine assortment of fashionable hat for ladies and ohildren whioh I offer for sale st prices to suit tbe times. tf Mas. Ward, Laoonr street. Finxst brand of oigars to be found in Pioobe are at my stand. Also, smok ing and chewing tobaoco of all kinds, and everything pertaining to a flrst-olass oigar and stationery stand. B. V. Watt, Da, J, S. Hammond baa established an office over the State Bank. Besidenoe Jo. Flnley's bouse, Cedar street. W. B. Wilson baa the "Tintenetiff penoil for sale. They are pen, ink and pencil. Beer brand of Tobaoco and oigars at Fonjada. tl HOLIDAYS. P. HE1TZELMAN, CITY JEWELER, MAIN BTREKT, HAS RECEIVED TOR THE HOLIDAYS A Large Assortment of Joolry, Diamond -AND- ASSESSMENT NOTICES. Ploch Silver Mlnina- Comcaa v. Location of principal plaoe of tmsin. Ban Franclaoo, California; location of works, Ely mining uiatnct, uncoin oonnty, n evade: Notice K hereby given that at meeting of the Director", held on tbe nrat day of Decern ber, 1878, an aaaeaiment (No. 11) of Fifty Cents (HOC) per abare a levied npon tbe capital stock of tbe corporation, payabl immediately, In United States gold ooin, to the ec rotary, at tne omoe or tne oompany, no. 419 California street. Ban Franclaoo, California. Any stook npon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on tbe Eleventh day of Jan- wary, lbfo, will o delinquent, ana saver Used for tale at publio auction, and unleaa pay. ment is made before, will be sold on Tna day, tbe Blirhth day of Febrnary, 1876, to pay tbe delinquent aaaeesment, together with ooat or advertising and expense of sale. CHA8. B. KLLIOT. Secretary. Office Room 38, 410 California street. Ban Francisoo, California. dv-td TO THE DISTRICT COURT OB THE X united states for tne District oi Hevaae. BtiS.nh.?d.mBrkrpt.WU1Um BrMe The above named bankrupt having filed his petltlpn in said Court in the above entitled mat ter, praying tor a aiscnarge rrom au nis aeots provable, under tbe act of Congress entitled " An Aot to establish a uniform avatem of Bank ruptcy throughout the United State," approved March 3, 1MT, and nnder Title LXI of the re vised statutes of the United States and the acts mndtory of or supplemental thereto, and the sua uourt naving ny its oraer issued in saia matter on th 4th day of November, A. D. 1875, directed that a hearing be bad on said petition on the UOth day or November, A. D. 18T5, at the hour of 11 o'clock s. m. of said day. at Canon City, in said District, and onlrins notice thereof to be published. now, tnereiore, notice is nereoy given in a bearing will be had on aald petition before said Court, st the day. hour and place aforesaid. when all creditors wbo have proved their debts against said bankrupt, or other persons in in. terest may appear and show cause if sny they have, why the prayer of ld petitioner should not be granted. witness my nana this sin day or Kovemner, A. V. ISIS. R. M. DAGGETT, Clerk of tbe District Court of the United States for the District of Nevada. n-td Silvor Wopo, K G. R. ALEXANDER, Druggist ana Apothecary XEPS CONSTANTLY OH BAND A LARGE lot of Latham Jit Co, Trn. tea 132M Latham i B A Co, Tru. teas 122H Latham t H A Co, Trn. tees lasoa Latham J B A Co, Trus tee 12713 Liaaak A H Jr. Traatees.iroe Loomls B A 6724 , LoomlsB A 6725 Leppeln r 10S67 La3k Reheoca,TratM..lllM kteyeiBteln H, Trustee.. 1908 Meyentein H. Traste. .rant Meyenteln H, Trustee. .1238i Midaieton H son kUddleton R B 6484 ktlddleton B B, S424 Mlddleton R B 874 MoBrten Fnnk.Tniatea.llMa Noble U B A Co, Tru. tees 11 003 Parker A Fry, Traateea. 11167 Parker A Fry. Trustees. 12183 Perry J Jr. Trustee 1264 nan unariea a uvsi Richardson B A, Truate. .812 Richardson X A, Trust. .Ill Richardson I A. Trustee. 1778 Rlohardson K A, Tmat.2uai Richardson I A, Trustee. 2M3 HienaniBon a A. Tntatas.s BichardMm K A, Trust e. 3638 Rlohardson K A, Trust. 8762 nicnarason K A, Trustee . wn Blohardsc n R A, Truate. 172 Richardson K A,Trnstea.I0381 Rlohardson B A,Trttstee.l04i Rlohardson B A,Truste.l0821 Rlohardson I A,Trut.10822 Richardson A,Tratee.l0828 Richardson I A,Trnatee.l08M Richardson X A,Trote.10826 Richardson B A,Trntea.l082 Richardson E A.Trnstea.10827 Hlonardson E A,TTUte.10H2S . Richardson B A, Traatea.lOMe Richardson B A,Trustta.llie Richard eon B A.Trnt.118Sl Richardson B A.Trtutaa.lieu Richardson B A,Trntea.l2242 Rlohardson X A.Trustee. 12248 Rlohardson B A,Trnstee.l27Sl BherwoodBFA Co, Trustees 12101 Schmieden, Hoohstadter A Co, Trustees 10344 Schmieden, Hoohstadter A Co. Trustee 10340 Schmieden, Hoohstadter A Co. Trustees 1178 Schmieden, Hoohstadter A Co. Trustees 1189 Schmieden. HochaUdter A Co, Trustees 12103 Schmieden. Hoohstadter Co, Trustees 12373 Bohmledell. Hochstadtar A Co. Trustees 12728 8chmidll H. Trust 9026 BwslnWmB, Trustee... BSC Smith Orlgen 0 12060 Traynor Catherine. ...... 33x0 Traynor Catherine.. .....4278 Todd i M, Trustee 12603 Williams. Deane A Co, Trustees 10869 woods A Freeborn. Trustee.... cost woods W Freeborn. Trustees ..7681 woods A Ireeborn. Trustees. 12244 And in accord an o with law and an order of tha Board of Trustee, made on th nfta day of November, 1876, so many shares of each parcel of said stock as may be neceasary will be Kid st public auction, at the omoe of th Company, No. 418 California street, (over the offtc of tfa Union Insuranc Company) , Ban Franclaoo, Cal ifornia, on Monday, tat Tnth day at January, 1870, at th hour of eleven o olock a. m . of said day, to pay said delinquent sssess ment thereon, together with oosts of advertising and expenses of tba sal. T. W. COLBURN. Secretary. Office Rooms over th Union Insuranc Com pany, No. 418 California street. Ban Francisco, California. d21-td 10 N 20 10 SO 60 .160 10 SO au ISO 26 76 100 80 20 eo 26 78 26 76 . 10 30 40 80 10 80 10 30 3 9 3 C 18 1 8 6 IS 10 80 60 160 10 DO u eo i 16 20 00 6 16 10 30 10 80 10 30 0 1 10 80 6 1 100 300 100 300 100 300 100 300 100 300 100 300 100 809 100 300 9 e 0 1 6 IS 8 10 30 10 30 20 00 io a 10 30 as 7 lb so 100 300 10 80 10 80 18 10 30 so " eo ia a 10 I IS 40 190 4 19 10 80 5 16 10 SO Which he offers st prices to suit the times. AU goods sold warranted as represented dl-tf P. BEITZELHAN. FOR THE I Pure Drugs, Medicines Chemicals, Perfumery, Soaps, evll ToUet A:rtlole. P. HARRISON Has )nst received s fine lot of Water Colored Pictures. Picture Frames. Chromos, Hat Racks, H rOULDINGS OF ALL KINDS FOB PIC. IT J. turn Frames. A variety of Fancy Articles I suitable for Christmas presents, whicn will o Sold At Rates to Salt the Time. Give bim s call snd examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere Bis stook of FURNITURE. BEOS , AND BEDDING ' Is not surpassed In Ssa Francisco. 1. HARRISON, Main St., opposite Wells, Fargo A Co's office. dl6-tf TO DELINQUENT TAX PAYERS. TBE DELINQUENT TAX LI8T FOB THE Fiscal Year ending December 31st, A. D. 1875, has been deposited with th Dlstrlot At torney, and unless the delinquent taxes therein specified are paid to tne Treasurer, as sx-omcio Tax Receiver, within TWENTY DAYS from the publication of this notice, action will be com menced by tha Dlstrlot Attorney for tbe collec tion of aald taxes snd oosts. W. U, HJSnDEKSUH, County Auditor. Pioche, Nevada, December 1st, 167S. dl-td LOWEST POSSIBLE o PRICE. Main St., Piocbe, oppoalt Laoonr St. mys-u Loots Kuixmas Natbax Matab I Max AJntxa KULLMAN & ARMER, mrOBTKBS AMD SIAUtBS IH Cigars and Tobacco. MANTTTACrtroen or Genuine Havana Cigars, No. 300 ami 308 Saobamamto St., Near Front my84f 8AN FRANCISCO. REWARD! TBRKB HUNDRED DOLLARS RE WARD and one-fourth of any Treasure recovered, will be paid for the Arrest and Conviction of the Per on who Robbed tbe Hamil toa and Pioobo Statra On Saturday Evening, December 4th, 1876. WELLS, FARGO ft CO. dT-tt By W. I. GRIFFIN, Agent. OTATE OF NEVADA, COUNTY OF UN O COLN, Piocbe Township. In Juatloe'a Court, before U. B. Allen, Justice of the Peace, in and for tha Township and County aforeasid. The State of Nevada to John Dos, Richard Bo and John Boa and all owners of, or claim ante, known or unknown, to the following de scribed property, to wit: ThmuAdaunuu claim oommonly known as th Hercules mina or mining claim, aald mina or mining claim be ' ing situated in Bristol minimi District, said County of Lincoln snd State of Nevada, greet ing: You are hereby summoned to appear bat or the undersigned, a Justice of the Pesos In sad tor Piooha Township, County of Lincoln, on tha Fifteenth day of Jaaaary, ISTtt, At 12 o'clock m., to answer unto tha complaint of th State of Nevada, which sues to raeovrr the sum of sixty.aight 2S-1O0 dollsra, gold coin, delinquent taxes on th before described prop erty, together with percentage snd cost sa ia provided by law, aa fully sat forth In a eon plaint on file in my offlo. And if yon fail to appear snd answer, th plaintiff then snd than will take Judgment against yon for the afort said amount, together with all oosts snbaaqnant to the assessment of said taxes sad of this aotion. Given under my hand in the Township of Pioche, County of Lincoln, tbis eleventh day of December, A. 1). 1878. U. B. ALLEN, Justice of the Pesos of said Townablp. State of Nevada, County of Linooln.In Jus tice's Court, Pioohe Tnwnabip. Tbe SUte of Nevada to th Sheriff of said County: You are hereby required to make do and legal servioe of above summons sad sash your returns thereon within the Urns preserthtd by statute. U. E.AXLKf, Justioe of the Peace in snd for Ploch Town ship. December 13th, 1876. Attest: A true copy. A.FIFE. Sheriff. dlMd By G. W. BraDALL. Deputy. 3 LIVERY STABLE,? MEADOW VALLEY STREET, FOM THIS DATB, ALL TEAMS, BUGGIES, ROCJUWAYS, Ao., Ac. will b Let at a GREATLT REDUCED PRICE. Oall and Judge tor yourselvea whether thay are not cheap Cheap taunt th Cheapest. PRICB BIO.OO, Jyan-tf GEO. 0. JOBJWTOW. E. J. FARGO & t0 ZMPORTEBS -AND JOBBERS OF BRANDIES, WINES lD LipilS, SIS Front 'treat. Cottier of Commercial, Saa Franoisoo, cel. jyse-u JAMES NESBITT, COMMISSION XERCUANT. Pestles tm Produce, Groceries and FroTisiona, twnm Kafea stave. Ptoslis. jbt-tf H MRS. IIAIIOHEY AS ON BAND A LARGE ASSORTMENT of XsabCflePSam TAB9kCaL OXbllcA- roa xiut Which she will Sell Cheap, sad Invite alt to call and see them. JOCVIN AND ALEXANDER'S n LOVES, LA DIES' TIBS AND BArTDEIRCHIETS AND OTHER FANUT ARTICLES, PIOOHI ATHLETIO CLUO MIMIIIIS ATTtaTICa ! CLASSES W THE TAJUOUS OTOLITO Exasoiassea: MONDAY. WroimxSAY VRioAT avx)Hacja open frees a. v tCl O A.RaOWai,F3r - Club' o'clock p. A. . ARNOLD,