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P10CHE DAILY RECORD.
THE fnAT. 1 - . ..mrn STOCK REPORT. a f '" gA rRAMCMOO, December 31. j MOBKISa SALES. 'Ihie-M S5 S5M 0 581 66 ! 1525 OPhlr.jo 19'4 2O(b30 19H i'Js'S"! carry- Jia0Ulfcb3O 20 Belcber-S 89 89 S Su SS'w in iu m tu in Conldenes-l J 0 9egRelcberW J5S Overinen-63 63 MS Justice-' 24 H0?V,,MI, J30 Caledonia 2J LOCAL INTELLIGENCE, Hark" Price of Grain. Tie following is the market price paid to.. corrected by Steele & Turrilt. Lower Main street : a s Whole barley 0U Potstoes Kxit ' Port CTS, ..... SH 2 .....40 .....H Chopped barley., Whole corn... ., Chopped corn... Flour Utrt RayvraTt Bneaka. A oar eolamnt Me always open to the eal'.sof humanity, and m Sheriff Fife end Deputy Sheriff Birdaall deeire that the poblie of Pioebe and vicinity ahoold bear the eall of Gilbert Bovcroft, think ing at least that hie call U worthy of notice and that the public ean jadge be tween him and the county officiate: PiocBt Jul, Dec. 30. 1875. Box. Jctmjs Brvcs: Sib Pleaaa to allow me the liberty of onoH more calling your attention to the cruelty and persecution to wbfch I am here exposed. Not only am I imprisoned to satisfy the mnliee of the Countable and bis Deputise for not speaking to them, but I am deprived for the Inat four weeha of getting any clothing other than the ones 1 oame here with that bad been in use for three weeka on the road fiom Belmont, making eaten weeka or over without any kind of a change, and when I mention tbia to any of the partiea in power they only lod me with blastphe mies and abuses. Tbia in free America in heartrending. Had it been among the Hindoos it would be the theme of every publishing aheet in thie country. Very respectfully. Your Obedient Servant. Gilbert EoxcuorT. No PiPKB. To-day being New Yeara Duv. and as type-stiokers and others oon nected with a "print shop," like ordinary ,,!. inh toeiiioy a eood time, there will be no paper issued from this office to-morrow. A little recreation w me one thing indispensable to oil, aud if it ever comes like a ray of bunahine to any it is to the printer. In regard to tho Meadow Valley mine there is really nothing new to report. The Superintendent says work is con tinued by chloriders on the 1200-foot level. The north cross-cut from the east drift from the Summit shaft on the 1200 foot level is atill being advanced. A drift is bi-ing run from the top of the raise on the 520-foot level, the formation being in quartzite. In regard to tbe buildings, they are pressed forward, but owing to the stormy wenther the work men have been compelled to delny pro ceedings. Halpin & Co.! have the tin wars all prepared for the roof and as soon as the storm abates there will be no de Jay in closing it in. Thk Time to Cut Wood. We believe it is not generally known that there is a proper time to out wood as well as a prop er time for many other things. Wood cut in tbe Summer is a little better thnn no wood 'tis true, but there is no compari son between it and that cut in the Win ter. The former is solid, the Iattter por ous. It will be readily seen that while the Summer article does nothing but smoulder the latter burns freely and makes a hot fire, while tbe other is tbe cause of much vexation and ill-temper. Fob this Month. By the figures fur nished from Wells, Fargo & Co 'a office in this city it will be apparent to all that there tats been a marked increase in the shipments of bullion in December over other months of the year, which is set down at $188,731 61, U is to be h pod that the turning point has been reached and Hint from this time forward we will gradually increase on those figures. A Good Tkam. A well appointed crowd under the lead of Johnny Ernst and Johnny Caley, were out yesterday with a tandem team attached to a small sti. It was jnst the thing with which to dis sipate all thoughts of rocky times or anything else of a depressing tendency. They were making a business of giving every one a free ride, and many availed themselves of the opportunity. Floral GoiDie. Vicks Floral Guide for 1876 is at band. It is got up regard less. Those who have a penahant for flowers should not b without it. It contsius all known varieties, which are shown up true to nature. The granger win also flu J It to contain valuable in formation in bis line. Address "Vicks Floral Guide, Boohester, New York. Orb Shipments for December. From T. 0. Furnham, Superintendent of tbe Nevada Central Bailway, we learn that there has been shipped over that road for the month of Deoeaiber 2,351 tons of ore from the Baymond & Ely mine to the mills at Bullionville. This ore was taken to the Baymond & Ely, American ciag ana JNewarK mills. A short interview with A. J. Blair, Su perintendent of the Alps mine, was of i satisfactory nature, and we learned from him that no ohange had been made in the wotking, and that tbe same foroe of men as previously reported were at work now. The usual amount of first-class ore was extracted and shipped to the ifiorai mill for reduction. The working ot this mill, under the Superintendence of A. J. Blair, is all that can be desired. The principal ore being worked at tbe mill is from the Alps, which is worked no to a narnai.t. age that will be highly gratifying to the stock holders. Outside ore, suoh as that irum unstop win na worked to the satis iBouon ot owners, A , W. B. Wilson has the sole agenoy for the San Franoisoo Post. Messrs. Good man, Daggett and a soore of others that we oould mention will be contributors to that paper. Wilson is also sole agent for the San Franoisoo Bulletin. Ho dis tributed a number of oopies of the Post jesieraay. The non arrival of tbe pony rider last Wednesday evening was caused by his feet being frozen before he arrived at SobeUbaok station. He was oonveyed from that plaoe to Hamilton and his case attended to. As far ns Fred. Gilmer heard be was in no danger. In regard to tbe Newark mill wo have 'o report that they are running on ore I'.0!? lhl?aymond & Ely mine prinoi P'iy. The ore has been worked up to WS per oent. This is pretty close working utheomDBenent of the mill deserves Tusrino Oveb A New LiAF.-Toose "out putting their sign manual to the affld'lt.f!!8i8,,',r' ar.a,adiwd lb" spiritual for on. nl" uroi8b' Pao. 8loon iur one prioe !-one bit ! ! 2f W were a witness of little fight on Main street yesterday between, a number JSMZla Bam'. N.Y.de, De oember 30. 1875, the wife of W.T. Rich, From an interview with D. M. Tyrrell Superintendent of the Baymond & Ely mine we are enabled to state that tbe formation on the ninth level continues about the same. Winze No. 3. is down about 100 feet. The drifts iu the various parts of the mine are being pushed ahead with tbe exception of the west drift on the ninth level, which has been discontinued for reasons that will here after appear. Tbe general appearanos of tbe mine is more favorable than here tofore reported, the ore extracted being in larger amounts and or Better quality. Tbe shipments to the mill continue in larger quantities and the bullion ship ments are on the increase. Bullion Shipment tob 1875. W, E. GrifSn, Wells, Fargo & Co.' agent at Pioche, has furnished us with the amount of bullion shipped from the office in this nity during the year just closed, which foots np $1,101.314, 21. In times past we have shippi-d.four and five times this amount in one year, but that is not now. In the minds of many there is not a donbt but that we will yet reach our former figures and double them, bnt it will take time and practice. Obk Shipments. Tbe Nevada Central Railroad for the last three days has conveyed tbe following amounts of ore to Builionville: On tbe 29th instant 45 tons, on the 30th 87 tons, on the 31st 93 tons, being an increase on last week's shipment. Hamilton Stage. The Hamilton stage arrived at two o'clock yesterday morning, one passenger aboard, the Rev. Father Monteverde. The following passengers will arrive by tbe Hamilton stage of this evening : John Colger, wife and children, Jerry aoglian. Bullion Shipment. Wells, Fargo & Co. shipped yesterday bullion valued at $3,427. H. D Bridge, also of Iodianpolis. is ap pointed Chief of tbe division of Issues, vice G. H. Boot. Coixamrs. O. Dee. 31. An order was iasned by Chief of Polios to-day, direct ing the closing of all place where games of chance are played for money in vio lation of law, from and after tbia date. Since the eloaing of gambling establish ments ia other cities number of thia class of well dressed eentrv have located here and this order will probably drive them to other localities. - Washington, Dee. 31. Tbe President states that all diaabled soldiers removed from positions In the House of Representatives have been given other places. Ewd, Thornton, Umpire of the United States sod Mexican oommiaiion has awarded $683,000 in Mexican gold to the Abra Silver Mining Company of New York, to be paid by Mexico. Galviston, Deo. 31. Fir at Waoo, Texas, this morning burned the Marshall and. Early's block with entire stock, Loss 120,000, insured for fll.000. Other losses $0,000, supposed Incendiarism. Boston, Dec. 31. Mclndoes lumber company's mill at Mclndoes Falls, Vt was burned this morning. The mill was owned by Eatabrook & Bowman. Loss heavy; insurance one hundred and forty-one thousand. PACIFIC COAST. BY TELEGRAPH! SPECIAL TO THS PIOOHH DAILY BT WESTEBN UNION LINBj. BKOOItD, EASTERN DISPATCHES. At sunrise fA...J..- , thermn.. . u" ""ng ' w ui k rnrwi ro, M 12 degrees below New Yobx, Deo. 31. A steamer went ashore off Babylon, Long Island, last night in a dense fog. Her name could not be ascertained nor any assistance rendered her. She kept lip a continuous bistling. The weather is mild and no wind. Tbe fog still prevails. Gusta GuiBky, a butcher boy aged 18, banged himself in his employer's ice house yesterday. Guisky and his em ployer were talking about tbe no grots who were hanged about a fort' night ago, when the former said that he would like to experience the sensation of being hung. He placed a rope over a hook in tbe ice-house, and putting bis bead in ft noose, his feet slipped from under him and he was choked to death. He was found by his employer ten min utes after tbe conversation. Memphis, ueo. 3i. a special from Vioksburg, Miss., says another difficulty arose at Clinton yesterday between blaoks and whites. Tbe two Caldwells, colored. went into the streets intoxicated and bravadoed the whole town to fight them, but finally retired unmolested. About sundown Charles Caldwell, Ex-State Senator, appeared on the streets muoh intoxioated and deolared himself afraid of no man. A pistol being fired in the rear of a store, accidentally, Caldwell entered and ran into the cellar; the citi zens then rushed into the store and Cald well commenoed firing and'at tbe second fire Dr. E. G. Banks fell seriously wounded in tbe knee; the oitizens then returned fire, mortally wounding Cald well. Fearing further trouble the Mayor telegraphed to the Mayor of Vicksburg for assistance and at nine o'clock last night one hundred men left by the train No further trouble, however, is appre bended. Nkw Yobk, Doo. 31. Last night some thieves effected an entranoe into Bene mot mowers jewelry store under the Grand Central Hotel, and by some means or other managed to disarm the suspto ions of the persons in charge, chloro tormed them and robbed the safe of $25,000 worth of jewelry and diamonds. Bank statement: Loans inoreas $379,000; specie inoreas $3,437,400; legal tenders deorease $837,300; depositi increase $3,937,300; oiroulation deorease $157,700; reserve increase $1,651,775. Washington, Dee. 31. Chip Tbomp son, a rope-walker, was probably fatally injured by a fall from a rope at King and Koyal streets, Alexandria, yesterday. At a meeting of colored Bepublioans yesterday the general sentiment was that President Grant should be nominated for a third term. Tbe Seoond Controller nnd Third Auditor of the Treasury Department have sent their resignations to tbe President. Their position have been offered to other persons. Several ohangea were mad to-day in tbe United State Treasurer's offioe. Jerome O. Burnett, oi inaianapoiis, wno was for aom month in that office, has been appointed Chief of a division of National Banks, vio H. A. Gallon, resigned, and Chas. San Fbancisco, Deo, 31. A dispatch from Tucson says three oompanies of United StateB oavalry made a forced maroh to San Bafael on Sunday, finding all armed bodies had passed into Sonora. They returned and reported that Pes quier's troops while in Arizona behaved badly, taking stock and grain witbont payment. The revolutionists scrupu lously respected the rights and property of all. J. 3. Valentine, General Superintend ent of Wells, Fargo & Co., publishes his annual statement of tbe production of precious metals in the States and Terri tories west ot the Missouri river, inolud ing British Columbia and the west coast of Mexico, during 1875, which shows an aggregate yield of $80,889,037, being an exoeBS of $6,477,982 over 1874. It is tbe greatest annual yield in the history of the coaBt. For 1876 Nevada will doubt less produce $50,000,000. San Fbancisco, Deo. 31. The attend ance at tbe Legislative conference last nigbt was smaller than heretofore. The disoussion was dovoted mainly to the City Hall and tide land matters. A del egation held conference yesterday with the Board of Harbor Commissioners. Mayor Bryant publishes a communica tion this morning recommending that all of the church bells be rung at midnight to-night for half an hour. Permission will be given to fire salutes and build bonfires; also suggests tbat ou Saturday the National flag be displayed on all pub lic buildings, places of amusement and business, and on all shipping in the harbor, from sunrise to suuBet, and in vites the assixtanoe of all citizens in making tbe celebration worthy of the day. Henry W. Seale, the party to the fu tunus Seale contract for supplying rubble stone for tbe New City Hall, and whose olaim was reoently rejeoted by the Board of Supervisors, has brought suit in tbe First District Court to compel tbe Board to isBue warrants for tbe amount claimed Abraham Cohen, formerly commission merchant, later speculator in stocks, committed Buicide at his reaidvnoe, No. 467 Tehama Btreet, this morniug, by out- ting his throat while in the bath-tub. His friends say that tbe recent losses in stock ventures were the cause of tbe act. All of the Stock Boards adjourn over to-morrow. An assessment of fifty cents per share has been levied on the Andes, delinquent February 5th. One of thirty cents on the Tyler Company, delinquent January 2Gth. Bafael Tisani, an Italian residing on Paoifio street, was awakened at an early hour this morning by the entranoe of burglar at his window. He fired at him with fatal effect, his body being found by a Chinaman. A maiden one said, " I'll not mat with a man who has not fortune great." So ah ponied and waited and scorned to be mated. She's maiden yet ag 48. New York Commercial Advertiser. A maiden one thought, " I eanuot b bunght I'll marry a man who is poor," but tbe man drank Der, died driving a " keer," and twelve orphan went out from her door. 'Ti better to wait and be aged 48 than to marry the average man; for there e trouble ahead for tbe maiden who'll wed tbe very first person abe ean. Louisville Courier-Journal. A maiden once cried, " Now, whatever beiide, I'll marry a man who is wise," bnt. bis wise view asserted, abe pouted and flirted; each sickened full soon of tbe prize. Scan. mag. was tbe ease, 'twas an "awful disgrace," said the judge, in de creeing divorce ; and tbe woman's a fool who a gem-ral rule will adopt in deciding her course. 8. Louis Brpublioan. But most of ibe girls (dasb their frizzes and eurls) make their minds up quite early in life, to take any on who will let himself be "done;" tbe point is, to be eoine one's wife. And the poor silly chaps who are caught in their trap will find out, when it ia loo late, that a girl who was charming can be an alarm ingly terrible, ill-tempered mate. Only this much is certain once back of the curtain, the young man who marries will find tbat the follow who weds will deserve all be gets and get all he deaerves, of its kind .Ioter-Ooean. Now the maid ens will swear by their purchased back hair, they'll oe oiest u they wed any scamp of a poet; especially one who at women pokes fnn, and rybmes in prose form so tbat no one would know It. Philadelphia Times.; Last Monday afternoon, says tbe San Franoisoo Post, W. J. R. Schindler got on a crowded Sutter street car with his arms full of bundles and was foroed to stand on tbe rear platform. Near bim stood a gorgeously attired young man, who, as be passed out of tbe car, brushed violently againitt him and apologized in tbe blandest manner. Fifteen minutes after Mr. Scbindler discovered tbat bia $200 watoh aud oliuin were gone. Two days prior to this Henry Landsberger bappenod to ride io tbe same car. Tbe same seorgeously dressed young man brUBbed againet him and gracefully apologized The apology was at tbe ex pense of Mr. Landnberger's $250 watch and chain. Yesterday tbe young man was arrested and identified as the apologist. He gave the name of Charles Burke, alms Howard, and has been known to the police as an. expert pick pocket who so shrewdly hiunRged his business as not to be caught. Tbe Court concluded tbat the evidence was suffi' ciently strong to hold tbe prisoner in SM.UUtl bail. For carrying a revolver Howard was ordered to appear for sent ence. If you want any tin ware, Bheet iron and copper ware manufactured or repair ed, nnd also nlumbins at very low pnoes, go to J. J. Halpin & Co., who employ none but Hrst-claBS workmen. tf New Millinkby Goods. I have on hand a fins- assortment ot fashionable bats for ladies and children which I offer for sale at prices to suit the times. tl Mrs, Ward, Laconr street. NOTICE. LI. DEBTS DDK TO TIIK PIOCHE L Daily Record, previous to this date, have been placed iu the hands ol NKY CHUHCnMA.N To whom payment must be made. P. HOLLAND. RECORD PUBLISHING COMPANY. Pioche, December 24th, 1875. Just received the greatest assortment of tinted papers ever brought to Pioohe. All tint, shade, shapes and sizes: dotty dimple for little children, and common size for older folk. Also, a fine assort ment of sheet music iust received and more on tbe way. Make your friends happy by presenting them with a box or no of fine paper procurable at my stand, Lee's drug store. Main st. B. V. Watt. IToudat Pbsskkts. Just received, at Dr. Lee's Drug Store, a large stock of Christ maa goods, consisting of wax and Lbina dolla, glove boxes, building and AUG blocks, spring and string tops, marble, jack atones, vases, match safes. books and primers, mechanical and otber toys, in fact, everything to pleas the children. im Dailt Entxbpbisc, San Francisco Post, Sentinel. S. F. Call, Salt Lake Tribune and 8. F. Conrrier sold by W. B. Wilson, dealer in musio, mnsie paper, school-books, reading matter. cigars and tobacco, at Pre as Wand's Saloon. tf BtAUPBB It Bbo., corner of Laconr and Main streets, offer their house and lot for sale or rent at low figures. The house is composed ot briok and stone. For par ticulars, apply to aeaapre isro., at the store. The immense sales of Hals's Honey of Horehound and Tar proves that tbe people consider it the only sura remedy for oouahs and colds and all pulmonary diseases. Sold by all druggists. Pice's Toothache drops our in on minute. Holiday Fbesknt. Just received greet variety of mottoes, book marks, card-board, embroidery silk, etc La dies' and children s shoes. Call at tbe Fancy Gnods Store of H. Stein, Laconr street, adjoining Eicokd business offioe, ti Fibc Certificates. The name of any member of the Fire Department printed in their fire certificates in auy style of type for fifty cents, by applying at the omce oi the 1'ioohk luily uecobd, .lb eonr street. tf, Finest kinds of glass ink-stands, legal cap, congress letter and note paper, rubber bands, pen raoks, inks, brass fastenings, pass books, penoils .to &o. at Eolla Watt's, Lee a Drug Store. tf Fbebh shell oysters received by every Btage and served in any style to order at the Han Francisoo . Bestanrant and and Bakery, Meadow Valley street, by liiuined & ilriaacber. ti Finest brands of cigars to be found in Piooha are at my stand. Also, smok ing and chewing tobacco of all kinds, and everything pertaining to a first-class oigar and stationery stand. B. V. Watt. Puts and Calls 1 Put up on prioe one bit ! 1 and call for what you want, at Panaca saloon, Laoour Btreet, Db. J. S. Hammond has established an office over the State Bank. BeBidonoe Jas, Finley's house, Cedar street. Maple strop, oranberries and this year's catoh of mackerel, just received, at T. U. fllUIADB s. Full assortment of grooeries and pro visions at T. C. Poujade'a, Meadow Val ley street. "tf . Cognac, brandy, fine whisky, Holanld gin, and old Jamaica rum, at T. C, Pou- jade's. tf Impobted sherry, port and claret wines at roujade's. tf apply toW.B, tf STAGE LUTES.! SOUTHWESTERN STAGE LINE. DELTJfQTJEIT SALTS. a Mta t tmyaa aa Loeattoat ot Works. r uceoiB eeoaty, alevada; I rutin of mi- iiaoaoi dobumbs, sua Ftaaaaaee, taliiM , m FRANCISCO, C1L., SALT VIA LAKE CITY. .HUGH WHITE. PROPniCTOR. ONLY ONE NIGHT'S STAGING. Road Newly Htoeked with fair mud filx-horso Tvama aad Comcard Coaches, AMARRTTNO U. (1. MAIL, AND WELLS, FAB. J ttO a CO8 EXPRESS. STAGES LEAVB AT 8 A. M. Tn ROUGH TICKKTS TO 8 AN FRAN CISCO, for sale at WELLS. FARGO k GO'S emee in Pioche. Fan the same aa via Hamilton and Palisade. Partiea holding Through Tickets oan atop over at any point on the road aa loss aa inev mav aeaire. n-ii-u 90 SB) 44CUa UN u. S 10 If SS EVERY OTHER DAY STAGE LINE. lottos. Then an delinaamt bm. th Ingdaertbedateek,aa aeeoaat of iriiTHi at (No. 6) levied oa tbe nftta (Ma) day ol It wax ber, 187e,thaamral enmata sat oapaatetaa Barnaul uro rasporuve uanunatn, as loa Iowa: Vn Sk Names. Cartifirx. Uu'a. wanenamp JoliaA 96 10 IM unuruy nugn.... ...... .STBS 10 unowy hukb am Boname r 119X1 Oablll a Fox, TrD.atm...UOS Can tin k Everett, Trna. tees. fia Crocker k (Jurat tt, Tros. feaa ....1S6BB Child k MagBln, Tree. ivrn Coarsen G A, Traates...liatS Chase Rout p eetl Chase Robt P... tecs Chaas Robt P SB0O Clapp Fred W USSS Chatdine A, Trcalae....ia43S Doacbsr Johanna Ten uoacher Jchanna TMS Poacher Johanna TM4 Doaeber Johanna BBSS Donald John ......1061O uoimin w H, Trustee.. 1(1 Fox H A, Trnateo 11660 Fox H A, Tmatee UTW Glaxler I k Co.Trnsteee.llUS Glacier I a Co,Tnitese.l2Mg Glazier I k Co,Traatee.l2SSt Gordon G P. TrastM.... 11163 Gregg Edward 7237 Goldateia E L 11631 Gandollo Junes 12681 Bill k Kilgour,TrBsteee.l24tl Bill A KllKOtir.TraBtees.lM42 Rill k Kllgour.Traatesa.lSM Holmes A a Co, Trus tee. men Hall k Cbarlea,Trustees.l27SS s 1 10 , s 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 TH to 60 a 10 6 . SO IB SO 200 30 1U 10 u as ss oe 10 -ISO M - SS IS 190 so 00 ' 600 6 00 Henrlqoea D. Trustee. ..1246S Jones 4 w . 10 10 100 10 100 . AO 80 TO see HAMILTON, AND HALT-DAILT FROU HAMILTON TO ROBINSON AND SCR ELL CREEB, AND TBI-WEEKLY FROM HAMILTON TO 0HEEET GREEK GILMER & SALISBURY, Proprietors. ftARRTIVG U. 8. MAIL AND WELLS, FAB. vy go a uu.'n exthehh. The Three Linns newly Stacked with riaa AMERICAN HORSES aad BOW CONCORD COACHES. Btss6a leave Plocbs at N o'clock A. M. making clots oonneotlon with Railroad Btage trom Hamilton. Offlea at Wells. Fargo & Co. 'a. " nal-tl A light cart for sale. Wilson. LIVERY STABLE, MEADOW VALLEY STREET, JJBOM THIS DATE. ALL TEAMS, BUGGIES, J. HUU&AWAXB, SO., SC., Will DO Let St S liltEITLY REDUCED PRICE. Oall anil judge for yourselves whether the sro not cneap Cheaper than the Cheapeat. PRICE! 810.00. Choice ranch butter and White Biver cheese just received at Foujade's. "tf Best brands of Tobacco and ciears at roujade's, "tf Go to Alexander's for your drugs. E. B. Mott, Jb., Sacramento. G. H. Fiaa, noone. Jy20-tf GEO, 0. JOHNSTON, Proprietor. A. COHN & BRO. Wholesale and Retail Dealers -IN-; . IMPORTED AUD DOMESTIC Oigar s and Tobaoooa MEERSCHAUM and OTHER PIPES MOTT, FISH & CO.. Meadow VbUlsBy ssi. PIOCHE - - - NEVADA, IMPORTEIIS And Dealers in HARDWARE. mill aud Mnrara supplies. Blacksmith's Hardware. Iron and Steel, STO VUSt ASSESSMENT NOTICES. Plorhe Silver Mlnlnir Cnmnanv. Location of principal place ot lmelness, Han rranciaco, uawornia; location or works, Juy Mining District, Lincoln county, Nevada: Notice ia hereby given that at a meeting of the Directors, held on tne first day or secern. ber, 1875. an aaaeaament (Np. 11) of Fifty Cents (60c) per share waa levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immediately, in United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the company, No, 419 California Btreet. Han FranciBOO. California. Auy stock upon which this asaeaament shall remain unpaid on the Eleventh day of Jan uary. 1816. will be delinquent, and adver tised for aale at publlo auction, and unless pay ment Is made before, will be sola on Taw day, the Eighth day of February, 1876, to pay the delinquent asaeaament, together with coats oi advertising ana expeneea oi sale. UHAH. k. elliut. secretary. Office Room 98, 419 California Btreet. San Franciaco, California. d7-td TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE I United States for the District of Nevada. In the matter of William) T n.k, Btananeld. Bankrupt 111 Bankruptcy. The above named bankrupt having filed his petition in said Court in the above entitled mat ter, praying ror a oiacnarge rrom au nia aeota provable, tinder tbe act of Congreas entitled " An Act to eatabllah a uniform syatem of Bank ruptcy throughout the United States," approved Marcn 2, lWJi. and unatr ime lai oi tne re vised statutea of the United States and the acts amendatory of or supplemental thereto, and the aald Court having by its order issued in said matter on the 1th day of November, A. 1). 1H7S, dlreoted that a hearing be had on said petition on the aoth day of November, A. D. 1875. at the hour of 11 o'clock a. m, of said day, at Oaraon City, in said District, and re. auirina notice thereof to be Dabllehed. Now, therefore, notice la hereby given that a hearing will be had on said petition before said court, at the day, hour and place aioraaaid, when all creditors who have proved their debts against aald bankrupt, or other persons In in. tereat msy appear snd show cause If any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. witness my hand this otn day or novemDsr, A. o. urn. R. M. DAGGETT, Clerk of the District Court of the United States for the District of Nevada. n9-td G. R. ALEXANDER, Druggist ana Apothecary, Tinware. fet-tf TTEEP8 CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE AV lot of Pure Drugs, Medicines Chemicals, Perfumery, Soaps, 6994 Johnson Robt O. ...8SS1 Kilgour L, Trustee 10648 .to Its Latham J H k Co, Trus tees tm 10 SO Latham t H ft Co, Tros. tees J..1K30 w an Latham J H a Co, Trus tees 12217 10 ( ' Latham J H A Co, Trus tees uw ou us Latham t H k Co, Trus tees mis io su Llsaak A H Jr, Trustees. 11799 Su . ISO LoomlsRA 6724 S t LoomlsR A 672 a S LeppeinF 10367 M 79 LaSk Rebecca, Trustee.. 11186 100 30w ateyerstein 11, Trustee., lauev 2U ou MeyerstelnB. Trustee.. 12384 55 7ft HeyersteinH, Trustee.. 1238 . ii 76 Mlddleton R S 4028 10 80 HlddletonBB. 6484 40 80 Mlddleton R 8 6424 10 30 Mlddleton KB 0S74 10 so McBrlen Frank,Trustee.ll948 U - - 9 Noble UHi Go, Trus tees 11603 a e Parker A Fry, Trustees. 11107 16 Parker & Fry. Trustees. 12183 1 8 Perry J Jr. Trustee 12684 6 16 Piatt Charles B 12981 10 ' 80 Richardson E A, Trustee. .812 60 160 Richardson E A, Trustee. .914 10 80 Richardson E A, Trustee. 1778 20 66 Kicnaraeon K a. Trustes.msi a is Richardson E A, Trustee. 2943 20 60 Kicnaraeon a A, Truetee.asH a is. Richardson E A, Trustee. S638 10 SO Richardson K A.TTUatee.3782 10 SO RlchardaonEA.Trnatee.6027 10 80 Richardson E A, Trustee.6172 '6 16 Richardson B A,Trnstee.l0381 10 80 RlchardaonEA.Trustee.10496 6 16 Richardaon E A,Truatse.l0891 100 800 Rlchardaon E A,Trnstee.l0822 110 800 Richardson BA,Trustee.l0823 100 800 Richardaon EA,Trustee.l0824 100 300 Richardson EA,Trustee.l0826 100 809 Richardson is A.Trustee.iotne lvu aou Richardaon E A,Trustee.l0827 100 300 Richardson EA,Trustee.l0828 100 800 RlehsrdaonEA,TTostee,10849 2 0 Richardaon E A,Trustee.lll66 6 U Rlehardson E A.Trustee.llS61 6 16 Richardson E A, Trustee. 11944 8 9 Richardson E A.Trustee. 12242 10 .10 Richardson B A,Trustee.l2248 10 80 Richardson E A.TTustes. 12731 20 CO Sherwood BF A Go, Trustees 12103 iu no Schmieden, Hoenstadter k 00. Trustees 10344 10 su Schmieden, Hochstadter A Co. Trustees 10340 15 76 Schmieden. Hochstadter A Co. Trustees 11766 10 ftt Schmieden, Hochstadter a Co. Trustees 11866 100 300. Schmieden, Hochstadter soo. Trustees 12198 10 ao Schmieden, Hochstadter a Co. TrustMS 12373 10 su Schmieden, Hochstadter k Co, Trustees 1212B s 10 Schmieden H, Trustee. ..9026 10 8S Swain WmB, Trustee... 83'at 20 80 Smith Origen 0 1250 16 46 Traynor Catherine 830 6 16 Traynor Catherine. 4978 8 16 Todd J M, Trustee 12603 40 190 Williams, scene co, Trustees luesv 4 12 Woods a Freeborn, Trustees. 6036 10 SO Woods W Free born, Trustees ....7681 6 II Woods : Freeborn,. Trustees 12344 10 W And in accordance with law and aa order of the Board of Trustees, made on the fifth day of November, 1876, so many shares of each parcel of said stock aa may be necessary will be Bold at publlo auction, at the othes of the Company, No, 418 Oalllornia street, (over the office of the Union Insurance Company), Sen Francisco. Cal ifornia, on Monday, the Tenth day of January, 1876, at the hour of eleven o olock a. m of said day, to pay aald delinquent aanas ment thereon, together with costs of sdverUetaa; and eipen.ea of tbe sale. T. W. OOLBURN . Secretary. Office Rooms over the Union Insurance Com pany, No. 418 California street, Ben Franclseo, California. - dll-td FOREIGN NEWS. Mapeid, Deo. 31. Tbe 1 Cronesta asserts that Gen. Jovellar, tbe newly ap pointed Captain General ot Cuba is to pat an end to all abuses on that island, irrespective of person or position. He will bold all offenders to full responsi bility. Const antinoplb, Deo. 31. Negotia tions are now pending with Austria with regurd to the construction ol a direot railway between Vienna and Constanti nople. Ezpbkss Robbery Pbkventkd. The Union Paoifio Railroad Company's ex press tranaports large shipments of bul lion, ooin and currency over tbeir line from Omaha to San Franoisoo. To pre vent losses by robbery the oompany has contracted with G. V. Halliday & Co. of this city for nine (9) burglar-proof safes to do piacea on tnrougn oars, men sate will combine all the strength of their bust workmanship and be provided with a combination bank-look. The terminal agent will set the look just previous to tne departure of eaon train on a oomDi nation known only to himself. Should masked robbers gain aocess to the oar and overpower the messenger the treas ure will be seoure, sinoe be oould not possibly open tbe look or oommunioate the seoret of Its combination and the safe will resist all their attaoks. On the ar rival of the train at its destination the combination will be telegraphed through. Lot. Jbouis Kepumioan. Yesterday for tbe first time sinoe tbe fire.exoept on one or two occasions when beavy storms were raging, our builders were idle. In hardly any part of the oity waa heard tbe sound of the hammer or saw. In tbe absence ot tbe nsual dim and bum tbrought the burnt dis trict a great calm seemed to have fallen upon tbe town. No Sunday sinoe tbe nre nas oeen naif as quiet as our (Jurist- mas. jy oommon oonsent all of our people appear to have thought it a good time in whioh to take a good, square rem . .enterprise, to. Perfumery, Combs and Brashes Etc., Etc Main street, opposite Meadow Valley st mlS-tf. WIEDERHOLD & GOODMAN Pioneer News Depot. GENERAL DEALERS IN IMPORTED AND Domestic Cigars, Tobaccos, Pipes, etc.: Stationery, School Books, Periodicals and Newspapers of all kinds. Also, Agents for the following Dally Papers, aeuverea uy osmers: ts 1 T j 1 n 1 ban Francisco Chronicle, S. P. Bulletin, Alta California, ; t San Francisco Examiner, Sacramento Union. oc27-tf Pioche Bakery. MILES QUILLEN, Proprietor. Dealer in Groceries, WINES AND LIQUORS, Meadow Valley St. FOR THE HOLIDAYS. P. HEITZELMAN, CITY JEWELER, MAIN.. ...... .STREET, TTAS RECEIVED FOR THE HOLIDAYS A XX Large Assortment of Jowolary, Diamond -AND- Silvor Waro, Which he otters at prices to suit the times. All goods sold warranted as represented .11 Toilet Articles, LOWEST POSSIBLE PEIOE. Main tU.t Pioche, opposite Laconr St. mja.11 Louis Kuixana Natbam mates max Auuai KULLMAN & ARMER, lUrOBTKDB AMD DXAXJIBS IM Cigars and Tobacco, MiKcrxCTuiiEna or Genuine Havana Cigars, Noa. 306 ixr 808 SkCiuiiKXTO St., Near Front my8-tf SAN FRANCISCO. dl-tf P. HKITZKLMAN. FOR THE ! rA SuT The highest price paid for Utah Produce. auiu FOR SALE. mWO FINE STUD HORSES FOR. 1 BALE. The horses can be seen at Geo. O. Johnston's Stable on Meadow Valley afreet, ror particulars as to prioe, ao., apply to d28-tf JOHN N. CRAIO. FOR SALE ! A BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE IN PIOOHE V finely furnished throughout, for aale aheap for cash. . For full particulars Inquire of CHAS. WIEDERHOLD. n9-tf Main street. P. HABRIS0H REWARD! THRff.R HUNDRED DOLLARS RE WARD and one-fourth of any Treasure recovered, will be pud for the Arrest and Conviction of the Per son who Robbed the Hamil ton and Pioche Stage On Saturday Evening, December 4th, 1875, WELLS, FARGO k CO, dT-tf By W. E. GRIFFIN, Agent. s BT73asX3kfXOS0-aS. TATE OF NEVADA, COUNTY OF UN. I COLN . Pioche Township. In Justice's Court, before U. E. Allen. Justice of the Peace, in and for the Township and County aforesaid. Tbe State of Nevada to John Doe, Riohard Roe and John Roe and all owners of, or elatnv ante, known or unknown, to the following oe. scribed property, to wtti The m Ins snd mi nine claim commonly known aa the Hercules mine or mining claim, aald mine or mining claim be ing situated in Diiatoi mining uiatnoi, saia County of Lincoln and State of Nevada, great, lugs ' You are hereby summoned to appear before the undersigned, a Justice of the Peace la sad for Pioche Township, County of Lincoln, on the Fifteenth day of Jaanarjr, MTft, At 12 o'clock m.. to answer unto the complaint of the State of Nevada, which sues to recover the sum of sixty-eight 26.100 dollars, gold cola, delinquent taxes on the before described prop erty, together with percentage and costs aa ia provided by law, as fully set forth in a com plaint on file in my office. And if you fail to appear snd answer, the plaintiff then and there will take Judgment against you for the aforesaid amount, together with all costs subsequent to the aaeemment of said taxes and of -thia action. Oiren under my band in the Township of Pioohe, County of Lincoln, this eleventh day of December, A. D. 1676, U.E.ALLEN. ' Justice of the Peace of aald Township. State ot Nevada, County of Lincoln. In Jus tice's Court, Pioche Township. Tbe Bute of Nevada to the Sheriff ot said. County: You are hereby required to make due and legal service of above summons sad make your returns thereon within the time prescribed by statute, U.E.ALLEN, Jnstice of the Peace in and for Pioche Town ahip. December 18th, 1876. : Attest: A true copy. A. FIFE, Sheriff. dlS-td ' By a. W. Buumall, Deputy. Has tuat received a flue lot of , i Water Colored Pictures, Picture Frames, Chromos, Hat Raoks, rOULDINOS Or ALL KINDS FOR PIC 1VJL tore Frames. A variety of Fancy Articles E. L FARGO & CO. MRS. MAHOUEY HAS ON HAND A LARGE ASSORTMENT of . -.. A WANTED. PARTNER WITH tS, OOO. FOR Pan. ticulars, inquire at the KocoaD Ornoa, atui-tr suitable for Obrlstmaa presents, which will he Hold at Rates to Salt the Tiaut. Give htm a eall and examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere, His stock ot FURNITURE, CSD8 AND . BEDDING la not surpassed in Baa Francisco. ' P. HARRISON. Main St., opposite Welle, Fargo k Oo's office. IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF BR Alt DIES, WISES AND LIBORS, 81A Front r treat, corner of Commercial, Baa Francisco. Cel. JyM-tf JAMES NESBITT, COMMISSION MERCHANT. Dealers 1st . Produce, Oroeeriei and Provision. it. Ptaehe, as-tf Which she will Bell Cheap, snd invitee an to oall and see them. JOUVIN AMD ALEXANDER'S GLOVE. LA DIES" TIES AND BDXXSCHUtFB . AND OTHER FANCY ARTICLES. ' . dlf-tt PIOOHK ATHLITIO OLUft MBMBKRS, ATTCMTICa.! CUSftES IB THE VARIOUS vYlOarrt) Xseralses on :.,,.,.. .,, MONDAT. WHWrsjasDAT AK Club o'clock p. St. A.t.AtOLD.I t s aa. ttl aio-n