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BY TELEGRAPH! WMDITh.. MABCB IS, 1M NOTICE. A the Piocas Duly ftaooao will hereafter be rua by tbe Haooaa rVsusanra Gomfamt. all iMtoMk fros Uiia date mo be settled with eetd eosapaay oaly. Mo m la authorised teoanSrseteV'Uts (or tbii Company artless by Ik writtea trier of B. 8. Cbowlkt. UOOEO PUBLISHING COMPANY. PtoclM, DMMatxc MU, Isle. eraxnAj, to tmi rtooua baili asooaD, BT WatTIM BBIOfl UBB. EASTERN DISPATCHES. A regularly organised bead of juvenile tbiTM has just been arretted ia San freaciKfc. It embraced saren member. Tfca oldest aged elxteen, tba youngest alevea jean. A gentleman named Tift, a eitixeo of Ohio, bu been nominated and confirmed Secretary of War. of to NEVADA NEWS. The Winnemneea paper complain bard timet. Ail tba mills on Canon titer are run ning to their full capacity, with good applies of ore on band. Counselor nillhonae, we learn from the Eureka Sentlnol, is confined to bis bona with tba mumps. Tba attitadinal symptoms ara favorable, however, and bo serious eonssqnenoes apprehended The Tavjr Mining Company, situated in the dlstriot of the sams name, offen its mills and mines and other property for sale. The present company bas spent half a million and wants to quit. McKe & Co., tba " put " and " call brokers, arc in full blast again, and pay intt all their eontraele that were due, Although tbelr offloe waa thronged all day all was quiet and orderly. Confl denoe in their stability was completely restored among tboee preaent. The Eureka Sentinel of the 12tb says tba Roman wrestling match between Ned Branntn and Joseph Far ni worth, at Biselow's Hall, last evening was won by the latter. Brannan won tba first throw and Farnsworth the aeoond and third The winner waa the favorite in tba pools van after bis opponent bad won the fint throw, bis friends appearing to bars great confidence In bis powers. . Tba Virginia Enterprise of lbs 7th re . marks: The "professionals" seem bare fight on the brain. Sinos the an nounoement of tba matoh between Sutli van and Trevillian several other promt nent striken bate oome to this city witness the performance and, if possible, to set no a little same on their own ao count. Bussey. an Eastern man. arrived last Sunday, and baa announced bia readirfeas to fight any man on the coast for 1.000. Uina Williams has been sent for and is ezpeoted next Thursday, whan a matoh will probably be made, Qreen. another new arrival, who is . present working as a tinner in this city, offen to fldht Williams at 115 pounds. he to flshl 140 sounds. Green is willinc to make a matoh with Trevtllian whether. he wins the fight with BulUvan or not v Bodda and Dingle are inoluded in bis in' Tltstton. An old timer oomes again to the sor face, tba Virginia Enterprise of tba 8lh aays: For years we have beard nothing of the whereabouts of "Unole Billy Chollar, one of ths original looators of theChollar mine in thiacity. We had supposed him "gathered to his fathers' yean ago. Ha is alive, however; and bis interest in mining matters is awaken. ad and renewea wnen a paragrapn reiat ins to tba rrver process readies him "Unole Billy" waa an industrious and entbusiastio nrospeotor durinct his re, sidenoe in Washoe. He now resides in tboTillssa of Danielsonville, Conneoti out, and has probably discovered a mine aomawherc In that oountry wulcn wiabes to work by tba new process, Tha nrooess. by the way was dUeoyered in Grass Valley, California, "Unole Billy's" old mining oainp. Wa have no account of tha Fryer process at band but no doubt soma old friend ot Mr Chollar. in this State or California, can and tha information deaired. A passenger who was on bis way over tha Sierras at tha reoent crushing in snow-sheds on the Centnl Faolfia Bail road at a point two miles this side Cisco, says the train that was in the shed at ths moment was left a total wreck. It waa a freight train and consisted of twenty-four oars. Nearly the whole train waa smashed to atoms. A oar loaded with codfish soattered said fish in all di rections for rods around; another loaded with sugar in sacks was so smashed up that hardly a aaok was left whole. One oat was shot npwards and stuok fast in the fnmework ot a portion of the abed, leaving its trucks below on the traok. Two enginea were drawing the train, neither of whiob was muoh injured, owing to which lucky oiroumstances no one waa killed, as all the men on the train were forward near the engines. One man was hurt, bat not so badly but tbat be was able to be at work in a day or two. DaveCaffin, who keeps a boarding house at Emigrant Gap, on tha Central Paoifio Railroad, is very hard of bearing can hardly bear anything that is not shouted in bis ear. Dave is fond of bunting, and very often takes bis gun and scouts about tba mountains in search ol grouse, quail and other game. A Ootnatoeker who was enow-bound at Ciaoo for a day or two last week tells the following story about Caffin: Ha bad been ont hauting, and was going borne with a grouse be bad killed. At be came ont of tb wood and struck fbe railroad traok ba waa overtaken by- a stranger, who asked: "How far is it to Cisco?" "Yes," said Dave, holding np his grouse, " I got one ot 'em." " I don't think you understand me," said tba stranger, " I asked you bow far it was to Cisco." "Yes.be ie pretty fat," said Day, "he'll make a very good stew." " You mast be a d-d fool 1 " cried the tranger. " Certainly, certainly t " said Dave. " there's a good rdany ot 'em flying about (hit year ! ' NiwYobs, March 15. The suspen sion of the United States Deflector Com pany of Conet, Jacobean k Co., manu facturers and importers of reflecting obClleri, was announced yesterday; liabilities over f 100,000 and assets con sidered good. Tba immediate cause of the suspension waa difficulty in making collections. 'lbs phrase, " Mr. Beecher ooght to be blown out ot Plymontb pulpit," bsving been attributed to ex-President Woolsey of Yale College, tbat gentleman writea to sty: "Since tba trial of 1875. if not be fore, I bsvs upon the wbolebelieved him to be innocent, bat I will not deny that I may bsve felt strongly bia want of wis dom in the whole affair and may bavs expreesed myself accordingly." The Special Committee of five appointed by Plymouth Church to try Henry C.Bowen on five specific charges had, a meeting last night. Tba evening was con sumed in hearing tha testimony in an swer to ths first three cbargea as to vio lating tba covenant with Plymouth Church by silence when questioned as lo bia knowledge of Beccber's guilt as to unchristian, disreputable and dishonor able conduct and. as to the charge of equivocation and falsehood. Dr. Ward called Mr. Bowen's two oldest sons as witnesses and they were cross-examined by Mr. Tilney, clerk of the church and counsel for the Committee. Some of tba evidence confirmed tbo statement about Bowen's searching for evidence in Sooth Brooklyn and the fact be found nothing ot importance. The main drift of the inquiry was to learn whether Bowen In bis statement to tha Examin ing Committee had brought forward all the proof of Importance which be pos sessed, and it was ooncluded he bad done so. Boston, March 14. A special dis patch from Conoord, New Hampshire, says that no result of the eleolion can be reacbod till after midnight. lteports from various towns at noon Indioate Republican gains. In Harris villa lha Republicans elected their repre sentative by one majority. In every town It is said evidences of fraud on both sides ara apparent end challenging at the polls is brisk. In Portsmouth soma exoltement was caused -by the Democrats challenging F. II. Kent, U. 8. Deteotive, but he finally gained bis point. Dover shows Republican gains np to noon. Southampton elects Democrat representative by two majority Returns in 75 towns show Republiosu gains. Chioaoo, March. 15-A Tribune Wash ington speoial says Massachusetts people ara terribly exercised over the failure to oonfirm the President's nomination of Riohard Henry Dana as minister to Great Britain. Soma yean ago Dana was employed to edit the International Law Review, wbiob had for some years been edited by Gov. Wm. Beach Law renoe of Rhoda Island, and when the work appeared, it contained some of Lawrence's notes verbatim. Lawrenoe commenced a suit for piracy of copy right in the United States Court and ob talued from every demooratio Senator pledge not to vote in favor of Dana' confirmation. Boston, March 15. Geo. W. Tisdale, an insurance broker was arrested on a oharge of forging or raising two. notes from 250 to $3,000. He is well known in business circles and bis arrest creates muab exoltement. OuuitNsiiuan, N. Y. March 14. The damage by floods on Deer river aud St. Regis river is extensive. Ths water rose higher than ever before known car rying away saw mills, shingle mills and bridges. At Helena, the water was three feet deep in the church and a large amount ol wood and some live stock were swept away. The ioe is piled up six feet high in the roads. aanca Co. at excessive rates, and by other J diabonast preetioes themselves absorbed tba gains arising fiom subsidies, laud grants. The complaint recites st length many instances of fraudulent practices of defendants, and generally the charge a of fnud and embezzlement in their con duct of affaire of the corporation. The plaintiff alleges the amount ol stock held by him would entitle bim $1,200,000 ana 150,000 acres of land, ne prays for me pporntment of a receiver ; for the removal of present Board of Directors, and tbat all their property except that held by them previous to obtaining the control of railroad affairs be decreed the property of the corporation. It Is asserted tbe suit will be pressed to trial, and tbe evidence adduced will form a valuable addition lo the inside history of the Central Pacific and Contract and Finance Affairs. Concobd. N. H. March 15. Returns from 215 towns and wards, give Cheney, 30,399; Mercy, 32,520; Kendall and Scattering, 332; last year the same towns gave Cheney, 34,553; Roberts, 33,620; White and Scattering, 612, a Republican net gain of 3,253. The Republican re presentatives elect from 219 towns and wards are Republicans 109; Democrats 154, a Democrat net gain of 9. Meagre returns have been received of tbe vote on the Constitutional Convention, but it is undoubtedly carried. i If too want anv tin ware, sheet BOO and corner war manufactured or repair ed, and also piammng at very iow go to J. J. Halpin k Co., who employ noriS but first-class workmen, u. I am Drenared to make contracts to furnish ice. 2tJ W. R. Wilson. Senator John P. Jones' baby Is a girl two months old, and tbero sits John, dancing her np and down, saying, "Political economy De nangoa, Hyrhee, pychoe, paddln' and pie, Kissed the bore ud made 'ein cry. Tutfulari, tntflorue, O, tulllori, twang! The receipts of the United Stales Sub- Treasury In San Francisco for February were si.Go'J.S'Jl.ra, ot uicb7i,"u was from the Uuatom-nouse, and iMb. 323.44 from tbe Internal Revenue tax The disbursements were f 1,403,605.77. HOTELS A EESTAXTRaITS. CIOTHCTG, DRY G00D8. ETn SAN JOSE VAIN STREET, atPoS:herrT'PrtMdClarettr PIOCHE NEVADA. Poujodi Bibt brands of Tobacco and cigars at Poujade's. tf I bavi Saw-dust to sell. tf W. R. Wixsok. Go to Alexander's for your drugs. MISCELLANEOUS. UNDERSIGNED HAVING LEABED this popular House, ha bad the same thoroughly " y- i'- ovated and repaired. The ROOMS ARE LARGE CLOTHING WAR! CLOTHING WAR! I. B. Morr, Ja., Sacrameqto. I O. H. Pisa, Ploche. MOTT. FISH & CO.. Meadow Valley st. PIOCHE - - - NEVADA, IMPORTBIIS And Dealers in HARDWARE, MILL AND MLULTIG SUPPLIES. Blacksmith's Hardware, Iron and Steel, and well ventilated; tux TABIjE Will be supplied with the but the market affords, and no pains (pared to make gaesta comfortable and st home. THTI BATH8 Will be supplied with hot and cold water. Chiracs reasonable. A ebire of public patronage Is respectful! j solicited. A D. HlLLKIt, I'rop'r. July 11th. 1875. JjH-tf SAN FRANCISCO RESTAURANT War to the Knife ! War to the Knife ! War to the Knife ! JOSEPH RICH The Great Opposition Clothier of Pioche Will Dot 8top Until he Bnaks the ' Clothing Monopoly. VES 33 - EIIT Tinware. fel-tf MEADOW VALLEY STREET, Opposite Dexter Stable. A bill bas passed lbs Senate of tbe California Legislature wbiob reduces tbe salaries ol Bute officers from tbe aggre gate sum of $110,400 per annum, leaving tbe handsome saving ot BIY.UUU a year, if tbe bill passes tbe House and becomes a law. J. LEVIN & CO., DKAIJCBS a Imported and Domestic Cigars, TOBACCOS, STATIONERY, - SCHOOL BOOKS And a Large Assortment of CONFECTIONERY, One Door lxlow Ph. Felaonthal's Mono BulUUnir. faclnir Mead ow Vatllvjr Street, Slain Street, Ploche. jai-u DOWN WITH PRICES! DOWN WITH PRICES! DOWN WITH PRICES! MUST BE! SHALL BE! AS Glbfrfed ii Brtajteher, Proprietors. Ftesh Onten In every style. Onen dsv and nlsht for the accommodation of ne puoue. naa-w NEW YORK BAKERY AND- JOSEPH RICH, OP THE OPPOSITION CLOTHING STORE 18 IN THE FIELD. DOWN! (SO SATS TUE OPPOSITION STORE) WITH PRICES! Now. when Senator Cbristianoy oomes borne and slings bis bat in a corner and asks for bis little " ootaey, tootsey,wifey, pifey," the nurse says, " Sb-o-o, don't make a noise, sno s teething." LM. x. Herald. sua. N(r Iliillionvllle, Not., March Uth, 1870, Andrew W. McFhetHon, a native of Columbiana, county, Ohio, axed about 38 years. NEW TO-DAY. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. mllE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK X holdors of the American Flax Mill and Mining Company will be held at the office of the Company, No. 830 California street, Room No. 6, Ban Francisco, California, on Thurs day, the tfild day of March. 1876, at two o'clock p. in., for the election of Trustees for the ensuing year, and the transaction of such other business as may come before the meoting. Transfer books will be closed on Saturday March lxth, 1876, at twelve o'clock m. mrlo-td GEO. R. SPINNEY, Secretary, MISCELLANEOUS. AUCTION SALES. AUCTION NOTICE. RESTAURANT LACOTJR STREET, PIOCHE. PHILALETHIC LITERARY SOCIETY. JOHN 0HAPPI, Proprietor. A FAIR AND FESTIVAL WILL BE HEI.D AT BROWN'S HALL, On the Evenisgc of WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, 15th and 16th March, 18TO, In aid of the founds of the hh lihry and Reading Room. A NUMBER OF THE LADIES AND GEN tlemen of Pioche have kindly volunteered I to supply and attend Tables for Fancy Articles, ice cream, Hod a Fountain, Lunch, etc., eto. A general invitation la extended to all. ADMISSION FREE. nilS-td ATRON8 WILL FIND EVERYTHING THAT is to be found in Pioche Markets. TOU CAM ilWlTS GET WHIT YOU CUl FOR Board bjr the Day, Week or Month, n Reasonable Terms. PRIVATE BOOMS ELEGANTLY AND NEW LY furnished for Dinners, Ball Supper and I wedding parties. Meals at All Honrs. OPEN" DAY AND NIGHT for the accommo. dation of tbe Public. mria-tf Suits oi English Goods for $12, worth $18 At JOS. RICH'S. SriTS OP ENGLISH GOODS FOR $13, WORTH $0, At JOS. RICH'S. BEAVER SACK SUITS FOR 918, WORTH 5, At JOS. RICH'S. BANKING HOUSES. . CHECKS DISCOUNTED And Drafts on GRAND CIVIC wells, farco & co., -AND MILITARY BALL, TO BE GIVEN BY THE LEPCP GUARD, WILL TAKE FLACI AT FOR riLL BE BOLD SALE. ON THE SIXTH DAT A WashinRton speoial savs tbat Tom Soott's friends have suddenly revived tba talk about tua xezas racmo scheme, and present appearances tend to tba convic tion tbat tne bin win after an coma np tbis season, and its advocates are onoe mora to be seen about tbe Honse, feeling tba Congressional pulsa. It is thought ins Mil will paaa toe uoose. When tba wind storm tbat recently de vastated Tejon Pass began there were 100,000 abaep feeding on tba plains, thousands of wbiob were blown into tba gulobes and buried by tba driving Band. uvar au.iaju were lost, un the nan Emido, cattle wbiob took refuse in tha beds ol atreama were in soma pla bnritd out of eight. Dr. Hay ford, of Laramie, wbo drew up lb Woman Suffrage law for tba wyonink Legislature, says tbsrs ara not twenty-live people in the Territory who would now vote for Its repeal. Fights at tba polls, atreet Drawls ana bar-room raws never ooour. N. X. Herald. nr W of March, at Publio Auction, the Lot and premises known as The Independent Market, Situated on Main street, between Henri tVel land's and The Nevada Market. A private sale of this property can be made sooner by appli cation tu tne auctioneer. M. H. LIGHTEN STEIN, fl8-td Auctioneer. FOR. SV.3Ls2I!. " WILL BE SOLD AT PRIVATE BALE TOE House and Lot on Plnrhe Street, adjoin ing J. II. Staples- store. The houae contains Sve rooms. This property muat be sold Imme diately, as the parties are about to remove from the county. For full particulars inquire or M. II. L1CIITENSTEIN, 1 19-lnio Auctioneer, Main street. PACIFIC COAST. San Fiuncisco, Maroh 15. At tbe sale of tba Bank ot California stock delin quent on tbe second assessment, eleven shares have been sold, the buyer paying1 assessment and taking stook. A. P. Minoar, a well-known operator in stocks, has gone into bankruptcy; liabilities variously estimated at about a million, with several bundrsd shares of Columbia as assets. Ibis afternoon a fatal accident oo- ourred oo tbe Bay off Meigas's Wharf by wbiob a yoaog man. named Henry Berkley was drowned by the upsetting of a skiff. Edbika, Nev., Mar. 15. Superintend ent Riokard publishes a letter in to-day's Sentinel denying that he had. in behalf ot tha Rlohmond Company, yielded to tba demanda ot tha Miners' Union. He says, on tha contrary, after hearing from tba representatives of the Union they would in future not allow non-Union men to work in tha mine nor contraots to be given for taking out ora be (Rlokard'a) came to tha eonolusion that it would be better to shut down tha mine than to submit to any auch dlotation. Mr. Batoliffe, President ot tha Miners' Union, desires it to be understood tbst for tha remainder of this month, and for thirty days thereafter, tbe company could employ whom they pleased, but at tba eiplratlon ot that lima all miners will be required to either become mam bars ot tha Union or quit work. Ban Fbamcuoo, March 15. J. R, Rob inson, of thiaoity, by bis attorneys A. A. Cohan and Delos Lake, will to-day file a oom plaint in tha Fourth District Court against tbo C. P. B. R. Contract and Pi nanoa Company, Leland Stanford, CP. Huntington. Mark Hopkins and Charles Crocker, and all corporations controlled by them. Tha complaint alleges that tba plaintiff is a ato okholder of Central Pa ciflo; that defen dants in building tha road fraudulently made contraots with them selves In tba name of Contract and Fi Lieut, i. Farrell, Private J. llolland, Corporal J. Rourke, rrlvate V. Qulnlan REMOVAL! REMOVAL ! J.1TESBITT MAIN AND LACOCR STREETS, PIOCftE, COMMISSION EHCHHT8, DKAI.KRS IK Utah Produce and Ceneral Merchandise. IMPORTED WINES DND LIQUORS. a tf 8. Q. STEELE. ' J. A. TTORILL. STEELE fc TTTRRILL, DIALIBS IX IIAY and And all kli:d of PRODUCE. FltEB CORRAL, open to Teamsters. A idrii or OnOGEHIEB oa AMD. STEELE k TURRILL, olS-tt Lower Mala street, Ploohe, Nev. BTOTIOill. mnE ANNUAL MEETING OF TBE STOCK' X holders of tha Alps Silver Mlalaag Comoaav will be held at the ofBoe of the Company, Room S8 Stevenson Building, corner of California and Montgomery streets, Han Francisco, ob MONDAY, Maroh 30th. at o'clock D. tn.. for ths DurpoM of electing Board of Trustees for the ensuing year, and to transact such other easiness as may properly come before such meeting, sala-td O. P. SQUIBB, Secretary ARMORY HALL, FRIDAY EVENING, March 17, 1876. Committee of Arrangements. Private) J, Baldwin, Private J. B. Stephens Lieut. J. Harrington, Private J. Hammond Cspt. T. Gallagher, Private J. Muiphy Sergeant ffllllam O'Brien, Reception Committee. BAN FRANCISCO. Also Telegraphic Transfers. EXCHANGE I BAWN BY WELLS, FABGO A CO. ON ALL U the Principal Cities fthe United States, Canadas and Europe, for Sale by W. E. ORIFFTN, Veils, Fargo k Go's Express Office. THE STATE BANK OF NEVADA, xioo:e BEAVER FROCK SUITS POU $19, WORTH 30, AT JOSEPH RICH'S. OVERCOATS FOR $10. WORTH $17. AT JOSEPH RICH'S. CHINCHILLA SACK COATS FOR $S, WORT $15, AT JOS. RICH'S SUITS MADE TO ORDER $15, WORTH $75, AT JOSEPH RICH'S, SUITS MADE TO ORDER FOR $30, WORTH $45 AT JOS. RICH'S. Twenty Dozen French Black Doeskin Pants at 17, Worth 12. Twenty Dozen Black Beaver Pants at 7.60, Made especially for Jcs. Iiici, Ten Dozen Black Silk Velvet Vests at Id, Worth $9. Thirty Dozen Cassimere Vests at $5, Worth t-8.50. Twenty Dozen Black Cloth Vests at f 4, Worth ST. Fifty Dozen Cassimere Pants from S3 to $8 a Pair. Three Hundred Pair Mission Blankets at $8 per Pair One Hundred Dozen Overalls at IS Cents per Pair. Fifty Dozen Mission Undershirts and Drawers at f 1.76 per Fair, Fifty Dozen Heavy Overshlrts, Seduced Fifty per cent. One Hundred Cases Tyrrell's Boots, Beduced 90 per cent. One Hundred Dosen Hats, the Latest Style, Seduced SO per Cent. H Pioche. Nevada. MEN FBOM BCLLIONVILLE, take notice. ja-jB-u OW IS THAT FOB HIGH, MINERS OF PIOCHE? ALL DIE BILLS TASB AT PAR AT JOS. RICH'S CHEAT OPPOSITION STORE. Mala Street. Don't buy until von are the laroe sicn of vpiiuniucn LjoiiuiT, in mm ol siort, Berg't J. O'Day, Serg't B. McGeary, Private D. Carroll, Private 1. Sullivan. Floor Managers. Lieut. It. S. Crowley, Corporal J. Quillen Private J, Baldwin, Private J.B.Stephens, Corporal J. L. Donahue. Floor Director, Lieut. H. S. Crowley, TICKETS ran be had of anv of the members of the Company; also at the principal business nouses in town. Mo one sdinitted to the Hall without a Ticket, TICKETS FOUR DOLLARS. f27-td Board of Directors t JOHN P. KEIXEY President JA8. FTNLAYSON Vice President CHAS. A. WIEDEKHOLD Secretary . F. PHILSON J. W. WRIGHT, H. S. LUBBOCK HABBY I. THORNTON. Attorneys I THORNTON. KELLEY4GARBEB TEP08ITS RECEIVED. EITHER ON OPEN VJ account or to Issue certificates therefor pay- aoie on demand. EXCHANGE DRAWN UPON NEW YORK and BAN FIUNCISCO, And other principal cities of the U. B. Also npon LONDON, DUBLIN, PARIS, BERLIN And all of the principal cities of Europe. Currency Bought and Sold. Collection! Promptly Made. . Railroad and Minim? Stocks Bought and Sold on Commission, av Monoy Loaned on Stocks. "w Correspoadeatsi LAID LAW ft CO., Agents of the Bank I - k Of uallforula LONDON and SAN FRANCISCO BANK LIMITED and i. H. LATHAM k CO., Stock Brokers FULKS fc MoALPIN. IMPORTERS, WHOLXSALS AND KIT ATI. DBAXJaS IB Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars Proprietors Ceemepolltasi Saleea, Meadow Valley Street, rpHK PROPRIETORS TAXI PLEASURE IN JL Informing old patrons and new ones that u?j wm euniinue, aa nereKuore, to seep A3NT1J IN THIS MARKET. apW-tf ChaoKooh. BOOTS AND SHOES TTAS REMOVED TO LVNCH'B A I Bulldlna on Laeonr Street, ad. journlnn Record Business Office, and has Just receives a large assortment of HEN'S AND BOT'S BOOTS, LADIES AND CHILDREN'S SHOES, which will be sold very cheap. Custom made Boots to order. Repair- lag doao enoap. Lesther and find inn for sale. . Huiall repairing of any of taj sale work done i.ve oi cnarge, CHAS. KOCH NOTICE To Whom It may Concern, rpHAT LOVI8 MACE. OLIBSAN'B MILK MAN I U to leave this place about the IStSk AH parties baying milk from him are requested to come forward and settle their accounts. Ploche. March 11th. 18IA. mrll-lw WM. O. OLISSAN. OMMD! ON WARD! San Francisco iTEIUMPHAHl! JQMS COM DEFYS COMPETITION! lal-tf. J. W. WEIGHT, Bank Manager. WIEDERDOLD & GOODW WHOLESALE AND KKTA1L DEALERS IN STATIONERY, SCHOOL BOOKS, INKS, PENS, PERIODICALS AND NEWSPAPERS Or ALL (DTDS. Imported and Domestic CIGARS, TOBACCOS, PIPES, CUTLERY, ETC. AGENTS FOB Pioohe Daily Record, AND AU. CALIFORNIA AND NEVADA .Dallies delhered oy Carrier lo any part SS Alls STBHT, OPPOSITE MEAD OW VALLEY PIOCHK, NEV. n-u -AND- WILL CONTINUE TO SELL HIS ATJsUCH -THAT- ISTOIJIM BEING PIONEER IN THAT LINE 07 BUSINESS, IT 18 Xmposoiblo for any NEW C02TCERXT To TJadorooll SiJ' COME ONE! COME ALL! KT-BOOK SATISFY YOITRSKLVES, AND TOCR yovr avion