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wATTRDAY JANUARY 1. WW. NOTICE. At the Procnx Dan Bccobs will hereafter Im ran by tha Bacons Pcsuausa Comtasv, all jimll iU ban this data muit b Kttled with Mid tmpiiv only. No oat it authorised to oortreet debit lor thla Company unless by the written ordtt of R. 8. Ctowutr. B.ECORD BUBLISHDIG COMPANY. Flotht, December sttn. 1871. A HAPPY NEW TEAR. To oar friends and the publio generally v with A hippy new veer, hoping with lbo that the year 1876 will bt product- ie of more general prosperity tbtn (be year that it now no more, and that all their hopea and aspirations which hare ao long kept jnst beyond their reaoh may be folly realised. On oar part it will ever be oar aim and purpose make the Bccoms the promoter of the general interest of the community where It -has been ao long published Its ' prosperity will reflect to the oatride world a prosperous community ana in the proportion that we are sue tained in oar endeavors, jott in that pro portion we will be enabled to do our duty by this section. We flatter oarselres that then it yet tome element of vitality left in the Bioobb that will weatber most any adverse cirenmstances. It is the pioneer paper of Fioobe, and proper appreciation will stimulate nt to renewed efforts. I'NrovttnuTE. Without doubt the French Trant-Atlantia Steamship Com pany may be set down as more unfortun ate than all others. About two years ago this eompany lost the Ville de Havre, two hundred and twenty-six persons be fog drowned. L'Europe waa abandoned at sea and L'Amcrlqae was alto aban doned, but was afterwards recovered; and now we have news of the loss of the Louisiana, belonging to the same com pany, by which sixteen Uvea were lott. Surely this company's line of steamers is an unlucky one and travelers may well be superstitiously reluctant to take pas- sage on any of the ships of this line. THE YIELD OF PRECIOUS METALS FOR THE YEAR IMS. The French Assembly has completed the election of Senators, and the other members of the Senate will be chosen by the people. The contest in the Aasem- bly has been a very remarkable one; but the elections whiob are to follow are in every way as interesting. Tbs Italian expedition for exploring the interior of Africa will start In Jan uary, and be absent three years. NPIRIT OF THE PRESS. 3. 3. Valentine, General Superintend ent of Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express, has Just published bis annual statement theprodaotof precious metals on this' Coast for the year 1875, which foots up j $80,889,037. This product exceeds that I of 1874 by f6.487.982. Had not the great conflagration at Virginia City topped operations on the Com stock a xnnoh better showing would have been the result; but as it is the produot ex ceeds that of the year previous by a handsome amount. ' Mr. Valentine's estimates for Nevada for 1876 is set down At $50,000,000. In the face of this vast produot of precious metals the whole Pacifia Coast never Buffered so much as at the present time from stagnation in business, and it seems that the greater the stream of bullion the greater becomes this stagnation on all sides, a state of thinga whioh should not be. A large part of our misfortunes have come upon ue through tbe failure of the Bank of California, and when we will fully reoover from it, ia not now apparent. Stamp Tax. Tbe Beveille has this to ay about tbe law of Congress requiring a two-cent stamp on bank ohecks: "At Psxton & Curtis' Bank there is a petition to Congress asking the repeal of the law requiring a two cent stamp to be affixed to bank oheok, which is being nutner ' ontly signed. This itamp business has been a source of eonstant annoyanos to s; we don't mind the two-cents, but it's " the wear and tear of our tongue in lick- ink the stamp. We have frequently been compelled to hire a boy to liok tbe atamps and affix them to our checks; nd we hope tbe law will be repealed and this expense saved to us." Give us the bank account and we will not loose any leep about the minor matter of slapping on the two-cent stamp, if that was the only barrier between us and our little "pile." We know of any number here who wonld be willing to put on twenty two-oent atamps and think it no trouble, if all the other conditions necessary were made as easy. It is tbs possessor of unlimited coin who objeots to this tamp business, and it is no doubt to them aoarce of annoyanoe, The im pecunious, looking at it from their stand point, would be perfectly willing to put on any reasonable number of stamps without growl. ' Another negro disturbance is reported in the telegraph this morning, in whiob one white men and one negro was . wounded, at Vicksburg, Mississippi. It appears that there will never be an end to tbe bad. blood engendered by the ill advised reconstruction polioy that was so persistently adhered to by Congress for many years. In fact it was carried so far that tbs veriest fanatio on that subject cried out enough. The folly of - transforming the negroes from slaves into freemen and statesmen at onoe is too apparent. : The Wbite Pine News states that tbe Treaeure Hill bonanza enlarges as devel opment is made. White Pine seems in a fair way to realise tbat long deferred "good times in tbe (Spring. " Carson Tribune. J The Tribune mau may have made a grab or two at tbat straw himself in '70, or there-a-bouta tbe "Spring." it was delusive hope to all who trusted to it White Fine we hope will come out all right yet, and may it be in tbe "Spring." Gen. K. P. Banks has returned to bis first love, tbe Bepublican party, and even Carl Soburz it kuookina loudly at the door for readmissiou. Ha doesn't believe tbat President Grant bad any thing to do with the wbisky ringers. Carson Tribune. That is a bare assertion. It Banks baa changed bis base, no one but tbe Tribune know it. " A petition is being circulated in Yreka, Cel., gays the Carson Tribune, addressed to Governor Irwin, asking that a oom- pany of the National Guard be estabUhed in that place for tbe maintenance of law nd order, and the suppression of dis turbances beyend tbe power of tbe civil authorities to quell. It ia highly necessary for the peaoe of the editors of the Carson papers tbat tome one should be "found who could take tbe census of Ormsby county and make it oome out double tbat of the last. Thi San Feakcisco Post. A number of the Post under tbe new editorial man agement it at hand. It promises to be tbs New York Herald of tbe Pacific. Tbe new Captain General of Cuba, Jovellar, purposes to pat an end to all bases on that island, if our telegraphic information is strictly true. The Ctrson Mint has an order from Boston for 600.000 dimes. Tbe Carson Anneal savs of it : That's business o a novel sort a sort of dime novel sort, in fact. Tbe Town Trustees of Gold Hill want to negotiate a loan ot $18,000 with which to pay $14,000 outstanding bonds falling due January I, ltfvu, wiin interest. Tbe Auburn mill at Beno is in bad luck. A dozen men have trial to run it but have failed. The last venture has resulted in an attachment by the em ployes for wages due. The bondsmen of William Hill tbe de faulting Treasurer of Fresno county, California, have been judgmented for $34,313, and interest at ten per cent per annum until paid from day of judg ment. A. Skillman, of tbe White Pine News, and bis estimable wife, says tbe Sentinel of tbe 28th, are spending the holidays among tbeir friends in Eureka. Skill, goes borne to-day, but Mrs. Skillman will remain a couple of weeks. Adam McLean, County Treasurer, bas forwarded to tbe State Treasurer coin and vouohera to the amount of $14,405. 87; the same being tbe State's propor tion of tbe revenue collected in Nye county for tbe six months ending Decem ber 12, 1875. The Salt Lake Tribune says that it is believed by well Informed mining men tbat Utah's mineral yield for the year 1875 will aggregate $12,000,000. It was not believed by the most sanguine, at tbe commencement of the season, tbat it would reach $10,000,000. Tbe year, however, baa been one ot general prosperity. Says the Belmont Courier: On the 12th of December a gang of quarry men in the employ of tbe Tybo Consolidated Company, loaded up about three hun dred dollars worth of tbe company's tools and lit out, leaving debts in It bo to tbe amount of $1,000 or more. It is thought tbey came through Belmont. Tbe tools were all marked witn an a or cross. Says tbe Sentinel of the 29th: Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Clark celebrated the tenth anniversary of tbeir wedding, and that period of bymenoal life being de signated as tbe proper time for the pre sentation to the married couple articles of tinware, many of tbe friends of the above took the opportunity of thus showing tbeir high esteem and friendship of the worthy oouple. Tbe presents were of a varied description, many of tbe most unique design, and will be cberisbed souvenirs of tbe happy event in alter years. "Mr. Kerr," says tbe San Francisco Call," is tbe third Speaker in the United States nouse of Representatives from Indiana. The first was a very able Demooratio gentleman. Hon. John W, Davis, from tbe Wabash region of Car lisle. Sullivan County. He afterwards beoame Minister to China. Tbe second was Hon. Schuyler Colfax, from South Bend. St. Joseph Connty, in tbe north, who was afterwards Vice-President, and is now retired from publio life. Mr, Kerr, from tbe soatben part'of bis State, will have to do bis handsomest to equal his predecessor Hoosier Speakers who were unusually well qualified for tbe position," It will be seen by the following from tbe Humboldt Register of December 28th, tbat Mollis Forshay's saloon is the oenter of attraction in tbe immediate neighborhood . It tay t : A series of fights oocurred on Saturday evening at the Shebang de Foursbay " on Main street, in which almost everybody took a hand including railroad boys, printers, mill men, prominent citizens, bummers and pimps. During tbe melee pistols were drawn, laser beer tumblers filled the air, knives were brandished and blood flowed copiously. After hostilities had ceased me nouse naa me appearanoe aa tnougn a ktg of uiaot powder bad been let loose, or an earthquake bad hit it. We have not been intormea as to tbe oause of tbe difficulty, or who is to blame in tbe premises whether those who visit snob places or tbe inmates, it is high time that such proceedings were stopped and sucb places closed. Says tbe Avalanche, published at Sil ver City, Idaho: One of tbe most cold blooded, deliberate and villainous mur ders thst bas occurred in this Territory for many years was perpetrated at South Mountain on the night of Tuesday, De cember 21st, or early on the following morning. The victim was a quiet, inof fensive gentleman, about fifty years of age. He came to South Mountain early in the Summer, and opened a store there in tbe lower part of town, keeping liquors, groceries, etc, for sale. He had up to last Spring been engaged in bus! ness for fourteen years in Boise City with a gentleman name 1 Fontes. After dis solving partnership with him and renting him some building property, Mr. DeLord took with him a considerable amount of money and opened a store at South Mountain. While in Boise City he wss reported to be worth from $60,000 to $70,000, and it is reported tbat be carried most of tuw money with bim to tbe new camp. L. Vary of Vary ville, says tbe Hum boldt Register of Deoember 28th, last week started over the mountains, on foot and alone to oome to Winneumooa, He provided himself with two days' pro visions and a sinsle nair of blankets. Owing to the cloudy and foggy weatber be missed his reokoniog and beoame lost in tbe mountains. When his small stook of provisions gave out be continued bis wanderings, knowing not wbitber he was going. Finally the fog lifted suffi cient for bim to view tie enrioneding country. Being well acquainted witb tbe mountain region, ne once moie gm his bearings and arrived in YYinnemncea Saturday afternoon, having been five days out, two of wblcb be badn l eaten a mouthful. Tbe raid he made on our eating h on set ean be better imagined than described. Harry Jones, successful chlorider, says tbe Reveille t,f tbe 27lb, loft for the home of bis youth by last Satarday s stage. Harry is an old time prospector and miner, and haa hoofed it over the mountains and valleys of this section in search of tbe precious metals for many a day. A short time ago he struck a bo nanza In tbe uenanoe mine. Liinaer am. from wbich be panned out bis borne stake. If be baa gone in search of a wife, ss some say, may be strike a bo nanza beside wbich tbat of the Defiance may sink into utter insignificance. Alex. Trippet, asssyer of tbe Manhat tan mill, says the Beveille of tbe 27tb, returned on Friday from visit to lone and the new Downieville district, twelve miles south of Mammoth, Nye county. Be informs us tbat extensive deposits of smelting ores have been discovered in tbat locality, and that considerable ex citement prevails over the discoveries. He bos promised us some detailed tnior- nation on tbe subject, which we will give to our readers wben spsoo ana omer cir cumstances will permit. There were two oonvictions in tbe Dis trict Court vesterdav. savs the Sentinel of tbe 25tb, F. K. Mason, who appro pri ated a watob belonging to another, at tbe north end of town, some months afterwards esoapine to Alpha, where he was arrested by officer Long, pleaded entity, and was ordered to appear next Fridav for sentence. The jury in tbe case of Fete Morris, indicted for may hem. was out but a few minutes, return- na a verdict of Duiltv ss charged in tbe indiotment. It will be remembered tbat Morris is the individual who a few weeks sinoe destroyed one of the eyes of a negro in a fight. Tbe authorities have been wrestling with him for several terms of court on various charges, and most of them feel roach gratified that they bay at last secured his oonviotion. . He will now go to the Warm Springs for a term of years. Tbe present trial jury appears to be a most excellent one, and if tbe example set yesterday may be accepted as a oriterion there will be further con victions at this term of court. The Beveille of tbe 27th says: Tbe Piute Indiaus recently stole twenty-six head of horses from tbe Sboshones, and the latter came to town in foroe and laid the matter before Justice Logan, who is looked upon ns a supreme arbitrator by tbe members of both tribes. It was yes terday that tbey came in, and the day being Sunday, the Judge told tbem he could not bear tbe case then, but advised tbat Breckenridge, Captain of theFintes, and Tot Toi. Captain of tbe Hboebones, should hold a council together and try and arrive at some settlementnt of tbe matter. This morning was arranged for the counoil, wbich was held in the Jus tice's court room. Toi Toi appeared for the Sboshones and introduced a number of witnesses, who testified to the theft of tbe horses by the Flutes. Tbe Fintes were represented by an Indian who stylea blmseir " Judge John and wbo mane an elaborate argument in favor of bis clients, the case for the defense being olosed bv Breckenndae in a brilliant ora torical effort. After bearing all the testi mony, Judge Logan decided that the Piutes bad stolen the horses from tbe Sboshones and must restore them, to wbiob the bead men of the Piutes at onoe agreed. Six horses were at onoe given up. with the promise of the re mainder as soon as tbe Flutes could find tbem and drive tbem into tbe Shoshone camp. Tbe case was one of deep Interest to tbe red men wbo congregated in the court room in large numbers, maintain ing a striot ailenoe, and listening with bated breath to tbe testimony, arguments and decision. NEW TO-DAY. BE - CHEER PUL Goods of quality uncommon, Clothes admired by every woman, " Coats to stand all kinds of mauling. Butts soluble for Sew Tear's calling. Clothes to suit each race and nation. Pants unmatched In all creation, Clothes 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 sailon. Suits that grace the work of tailors. Suits for a few paltry dollars, Fit for gentlemen and scholars, Gloves for walking, riding, driving. Hats that dull faces look alive In. Suits tor youths, light, airy, dashing, Clothes for men of taste and fashion, Goods for features bright and jolly, Clothes to suit faees melancholy. Coats for big men broad and burly, Bats for straight hair and for ourly. Coats for traveling, hunting, sailing Goods rain-proof in storms unfailing. Suits for winter fifty stylet together Goods for every kind of weatuar, Goods of silk, caeslmere or beaver. Clothes that almost wear forever. Goods for the most fashionable places Gloves to drive to the races, Clothes St a drawing room to enter. Clothes for scenes of sweet adventiu-e. BAIEKQ HOUSES. CHECKS And Draft oa WELLS, FARCO t CO.. SAN frascisco. A 1m Telegraphic Transfer. EXCHANGE DRAWN BT WELLS, FARQO k CO. OX ALL the Principal Cities f the United States, Canedas and Europe, for Sale by Wells, Fsrgo Co'a Eipreaa Office. mrM-tf THE STATE BANK OF NEVADA, PIOOHE. Board of Directors i JOHN f. KELLEY President J AS. FINLAYSON Tloe President CBAS. A. WIEDEBHOLD. Secretary F. PHILSON,... J. Vf. WRIGHT, H. 8. LUBBOCK- HARRY I. THORNTON. Attorneys i THORNTON, KELLEY A GARBEB account or to Issue certificate therefor par able on demand. EXCHANGE DRAWN UPON NEW YORK and SAN FRANCISCO, And other principal cities of the TJ, S. Also upon LONDON, DUBLIN, PARIS, BERLIN And all of the principal cities of Europe. Currency Bought and Sold. Collections Promptly Made. Railroad and Mining Stocks Bought and Sold on Comuiimion. v Monoy Loaned on Stocks. " CLOTHITG, DEI GOODS, ETC. ONWARD TRIUMPHANT! JOMS COM DEFYS COMPETITION! -AND- WILL CONTINUE TO SELL HIS i New Tori Correspondents i LAtDLAW k CO., Agents of the Bank oi ueiuorma LONDON and SAN FRANCISCO 1 XI A TaT B T TlflTBn T YT f LATHAM A CO., Block rSan Francisco Brokers Jal-tt. J. W. WRIGHT. Bank Msnagnr. -AT BDCH- -THAT- ASTONISHES EVERYBODY BEING A BE - . CHEER - PUL. ATTENTION!!! NOW IS THE TIME! TO BUT YOUR .XsXj Due Bills CHEAP FOR CASH ! J. MYERS & BR0. Are offering their Large and 'Well Selected Stock of PIONEER IN THAT LINE OF BUSINESS, IT IS Impossible for any XTEW CONCERN To Undersoil Him? COME ONE! COME ALL! ND OF THE Thi Eaokbibbt. W. B. Bidenonr, tbe discoverer, and one of tbe principal owners in the Haokberrv mine in tbe Peacock Mountains, Mobave county, during his vitit to Freacott last week cave os these facts: There are seven shafts on the mine, wbich reveal a con tinuous lerlee for 800 feet along tbe claim whioh ia 1.50U feet in length. These shafts are respectively 65, 50, 40, 38, 15 and two six feet deep, and one tunnel ran 35 feet each way from the bottom of the 40-foot shaft. Tbe ledge is from one to three feet wide in tbe tunnel, and the pay streak ayernees a foot of ore that samples $400. He has ont 150 tons that be thinks w'.ll work np to 70 per cent, or the setnples in tbe mill. Hon. A. E. Davis is putting np a five-stamp silver mill on the mine wbiob when completed will become a part of tbe same property. The mill and mine will then be owned by W. B. Hidenour, Samuel Crozier and A. E. Davis, Kidenonr and Crozier own ino tbree-inarters and Davis one-quarter. The mill will be a dry crasher, and tbe principal part ot the machinery is now on the eround. All those wbo have seen tbs Haokberry SRree in the belief that it will be a paying Institution of great permanency. Raymond c& Ely Mino Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Ladles and Children's Shoes, At Ban Francisco Cost, to close out Business WITHIN NINETY DAYS. They also offer their Beal Estate for Bale, con sisting ol ONE HOUSE AND LOT On lleadow Valley Street; ONE HOUSE AND LOT On Pioche Street and ONE HOUSE AND LOT Oa McOannon Street. Ladles, don't fall to secure Bargains, and re member the placs, J. MYERS Ac RRO., At the Brick Store, Main Stmt. deU-tf SATISFY YOURSELVES. AND VOIR PorKKT.Rflns will, re YOUR GUIDE! n2a.tf SAN FRANCISCO RESTAURANT 33 L 353 MEADOW VALLEY STKEIT, Opposite Dexter Stable. Glbfrled dt Brlaaeher, Proprietors. Fresh Oysters In every style. Onen dav and nlsht for tha accommodation ot i he public. n29-t( Granger Chop-House, Laconr at., old Postofflce Building, NEWTON RICHARDS, Proprietor. WILL BX TAKEN AS BY A Melancholy Thicort. Mr. Procter, in bis new If dure on tbe "Life and Death of Worlds," illustrates more fully tnnn na nas ever done in previous leo tnres the theory that certain of tbe planets have passed theculminatinn point TJtr T m TT f TT m in their existence and are now withont at- " V U X moepbere and dead. Toward this ooal all tbe other planets are tending, although some of tbem, as Jtfpfter and Batnrn, nave not reached the point of babitabih ty, and others, as tbs earth, are now at tbe highest stags of development. It is demonstrated beyond tbe possibililv of a donbt tbat tbe moon, for instanoe, is itbont an atmosphere and also pretty conclusively proved tbat the planet Mars, aunougn still possessing- tbe vestige of an atmospberio envelope, is withont beat and on lbs threshold of planetary death. The earth may die in mora waya than one. Tbe human race may exhaust the means of life. It may be tbat man bas passed tbe highest point in physical de velopment and is now degenerating, And it is quite certain that, if by neither of these means the earth is denoDnlated. the natural process of tbe cooling of the eartb and tbe sun will ultimately deatroy all life upon this little ball. At any rata all organio life isfated to come to an end. Tha time is ooming wben the heavenly bodies will roll on in silence, in darkness and eternal frost. Can any one blindly bope that, wben tha tendenoy of all about its is thus to certain and ever lasting death, Ibat man, the produot ot a son oi fermentation among tbs atoms. is an exception to the great ml of nature? Wbo can donbt tbat life ia nothing but a disease and that natnra ia preparing for every sun, for every planet, for every star and for all tbeir myriad offsprings of inhabitants lbs oertain and grateful enra ot death? Pbovisso Plcmmkb. Let the fun- loving bear in mind tbat to-morrow (Monday) evening Professor Plummer will give one of his tery smnsing parlor entertainments at tbe Presbyterian Cburob, Booth 0 street. Professor Plum mer is a favorite wherever he goes and where has ha not been? He bas carried his voice and bis foa info-many lauda tor anght we know to the oontrary Plom- uer ronna ins world. ifcnlerprlse. ao. DISCOUNT, Jos. Rich, POPULAR OPPOSITION CLOTHIER. MINERS' MARKET AGAINST JHE FIELD! MAIN STREET, ONE DOOB ABOVE MEADOW VALLEY. Independent of Monopoly! O'KT 131X4 Xa rnAKKS PLEASURE IK INFORMING TBE j. reopie oi riocne tnai ne has jnst nua npa ... MEAT MARKET With unequalled facilities for furnishing MUTTON, "XtJS A Ts cazxcA THIS POUJLAB HOC8K Is now opened to the public and will be kept uikihi mopjiouse. Meals sit sill Honrs of the Day or Night. Meals cooked to order. Oysters In svery style. JaU-tf ACADEMY OF ST. MART'S, OP UTAH. mi9 FINE BRICK ACADEMY. LATELY erected n 1st West Street. Salt Lake (!(tv. Is now aufflcieitlv comnleted to ,Mmmn.l.i. onaraers in a neaitnmi and pleasant manner. me sisters on .tr me advantages or a tboronoh education to young ladies intrusted to tholr care. TERMS: For one Session of five months, includ ing Doara, neauina. waanino.and Ttii. tlon In English Branches Sns nn Instrumental Music 30 SD Use of Instrument.... 5 oo Languages. each..... I.. 10 eo rrivata vocal Lessons 20 na " uiass fi oo Drawing Lessons 90 m uenerai vocal iliss fbm " Drawing Class mi EseB Punll sbould ba fnrtilnhal h a t.. els, Napkins, 1 Knife, 1 Fork, 1 Teaspoon, 1 laoiespoon, 1 Silver Goblet, and sufficient morning. Terms an Invariably In advance. No deduc tion made for wlthdrawlns nnnlla Wnn tlia end of their session, unless in case of sickness or autraiHPSl. For further particulars, apply to MOTHER M. AUGUSTA, Superior. Salt Lake City, Utah Territory. nll-lm MAIN STREET, PIOOKB NEVADA, rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING LEASED this nocular House. haa had tbe same thoroughly ren ovated sad repaired. The ROOMS ARE LARGE AND WELL VENTILATED; THE TABLE Will be supplied with the best tbe msrket affords, and no pains spared to mske gnests comfortsble and at home. Will be supplied with hot snd cold water. Charges reasonable. A sbare of nubile patronage is respectfully solicited. A. D. MILLER, Prop'r. July 11th, 187B. Jyll-tf LIVING RATES. JACK O'BRIEN and FRED. HATCH will ha oa hand to attend to the wants of customers. I The patronaaa of Familea and Hotels soils. tea. . O'NEILL. OTO-tt CITY CLUB ROOMS, HOSPITAL OF THE Mala street, two Doors above Meadow valley, Flocbe, Kevada. dlMf WINKS, LIQUORS CIGARS , of th Beat Brand. A PRIVATE ROOM ATTACHED TO THE CX xtoose for the use of Card Parties. DAN RTAN. the Celebrated Mlioloolst will always be oa hand superintending the mixtures a im oar. Call and sample the Brands. oK-tf HOLY CROSS. THE BISTERS OF THE HOLY CROSS X opened on Monday, October 28th, 1875, Their Large Brick Hospital, On Fifth East Street, between Booth Temple and First South Streets, Salt Lake City. The Institution will be under the Immediate supervision of tba Siatera tbumselves. and will be attended by a eerpe of the best Physicians vi miv vuy. llisi: A Subscription of ONE DOLLAR ner Mnnlh regulsrly paid In advaroe while In HEALTH will entitle tbe Subscriber to FREE AD MIS- aiufl, otherwise I10.UO per week wUl charged. SISTER U. AUGUSTA. ale-las Superior. SAN JOSE NEW YORK BAKERY AND dRESTHIRASTf LACOUR STREET, PIOCHE. HERMAN HOEST, - - - Proprietor. PRIVATE ROOMS ELEGANTLY AND NEW LY furnished for Dinners, Ball Supper and 4 Wedding Parties. Heals at All Hoars. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT for the accommo. dationof the PubUo. dXl-tf BULLI0NVILLE stage. ?ROM AND AFTER MONDAY, NO VEHBKR 15th, 1873, the BULLION VILLE STAGE Will leave Pioche at t p. at 8 a. m., carrying m. and BnllionvtllQ Mail, Passengers and Freight. nl0-lm WM. CULVER WELL. J as. L. Kino. EsWDCurrni, Notary Public, Commissioner for Nevada. (Successors to . 3. Tbibault, deceased,) f COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS FOB ALL THE States and Territories, Coaveyanoors, Real Estate a' d General Agents. n Particular attention given to tbe taking of DEPOSITIONS. Offlce-449 California street, BAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. dlS-om TO LET. mHE BUILDING ON MAIN 1 Street, known aa tbe Baak Exchange Building, next door below Cusblng's Drug Store and onnoalta Walla. Fares k On. d berYard. nlS-tf