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APRIL. Ji. 1876 Baa FBAScaoo, April 1. . BALES. jjj Gould a l-u"' 1JJ Imp"1 .,, .1 u 320 OB J. 75 MiK vaiioy-a f nc AUINT ELLICEfiCE. PASSENGER TRAVEL. DEPABTUEKS. , gBOH TOTS' "ALT LAKB LINK: uu Wilier v , " 7 P"i h a smidi Wesley Williams Hike Dolan LOCAL MIMING RKVIrSW. During the month of March there waa .hipped from Fioche $182,'J&G.1J in tml- Ii'od, slight increase oyer the month of February. The pomp of the Kayraond 4 Ely mine ia now working with entire natUffiction, and the mine in yielding the usual quantity of ore, about aeventy-five tons, daily. A good strike ia reported on tho eighth level of this mine. The Meadow Valley works are about being covered, and a fourteen inch pump, with an eiyUtfoot stroke, will be ordered im mediately for the ruins. In the Alps mine affairs progress as usual, the mine showing well and turning out the same amount of ore daily. TUo mill is pro ilucing bullion at the rate of about $1,300 per day. The American Flag mill eon tinnes to run steadily, and since the 15lh of last month has done soma good work There is no chances to report in the Fioche or Antilles mines. The Superin- tendent of tho Fioche is under the im prcssion that pay ore may be struck any time. We think Fioobe has about seen its worst days. Tho signs of newed energy on the part of the trustees of the different mines would indicate that the orders received in regard to the Meadow Valley mine have encouraged every one, and contributed to a more bopelal feeling in the community. The Bbiprnenta of bullion for the mouth of March show that Fioche ia still alive, and doing a little business on ita own hook. We congratulate our citizens on the more cheerful prospects. EATMOND & SLY. On a visit to the Raymond & Ely mine yesterday we found that the pump had been stopped during the week for three oi four days. It has been startod again however, nnd is now running in good stjle at tho rate of 8). strokes per minute. Air. Ames has placed every thing in first class order around the pumping and hoisting machinery, as he calculates to leave on Wednesday next, In the mine work is progressing lively on the eighth, ninth, tenth anil eleventh levels, seventy-nvo tons ol ore is ex tracted daily. We understand that a very rich body of ore has been struck on ttie eighth level, out of that fact were unable to get information. The untie is looking well. The mills at Bullion- ville are producing bullion very rapidly as will be noticed by tho amount of bullion shipped by express. AMERICAN FLAG). The annual election for Trustees oc curred on 23 1 of March with following result: 0. V. Giffin, H. E. Giffin. Robt Sherwood, L. I. Adams, W. E. Hale, A H. Hoyden and B. F. Sides. The Trus tees elected O. F. Giffin President, Kobt, Sherwood Vice President, Geo. B. Spin ney Secretary and John E. James Super- inienuent. The Superintendent in Pioche shipped on tho 27th in bullion $2,259.05. The mill has been running very Bteadily sinee the 15th inst. and during that time has worked over 400 tons of ore more ore than baa ever been put through that mill in that space of time and with a prospect of keeping it miming lor an inaennite period, in tne mm they are drifting on the new south vein.cn tho second and third levels, ia an possible speed and are extract "K soma nra. ArrtnonmAtila am be'ag made to sink the main shaft to the nter level, as the prospects are very nattering in the lower levels aa far as wotu has progressed. ALPS. The usual quantity of ore, fifteen tons, u extracted daily. Work on the tipper levels is pushed ahead vigorously. The ledges on the various npper levela show no diminution in the quantity and qual ity ol ore. Che lower level the last few days looks very promising, the conclu sion being that the ledge ia liable to be struck at any moment. The ore ex tracted from the mine ia shipped to the null of the company, and ia enough, to ep ma mm running steadily. MEADOW VALLKT. In thia mine the same work continues u heretofore reperted, the chloride's being very successful in taking out ore, which yielda them a handsome percent ge Orders have been issued to the carpel) Uts. to start in next week and 0Ver tha hnialinor wnrlra hnildina flan lutes has been ordered to San Francisco "' the purpose of superintending the wing of a pump. . . ALPS MILL. This mill has run steadily during the Pst week altogether on ore from the Alps mine. The daily averago of bullion jMned out haa amounted to about $1,500, pretty lair sum for the week. (ronton ia very fine. The managers ,.'"u mill are WOlkino tho ore In a nrotlv Fust op Arm- Tie first of April! brought ita usual number of jokes and sails, and aa a matter cf course we had to have oars, which was the horrible affair about Mr. T. Bail. About a hun dred people visited the railroad track hunting for that body. One drayman determined no opposition drays should get ahead of him, drove early to the scene to pack off the body. Merchants were looking over their back bills to see if Mr. T. Boil was not indebted to them. Many thought they knew him and visit ed the spot to see if tbey could possibly recognize him. A couple ol hardware men. who ought to have been better posted, also visited tba place one of them running up Meadow Valley street nearly all the way for fear he would lone the chance of viewing the remains. To wind up, our ex-oflicio coroner arose about eleven, read the article and im mediately directed an omcer to Bnmmon a jury of aix whilst ha took a cup of coffee, at tha end of which time he wonld join them at the head of Meadow vauey street, un passing np Main street however, one of hia friends told him that it waa the first of ApnI. This was sufficient explanation. Tub Lost Found. When the Fashion Saloon was about being repaired two carpenters wore engnged to do tha work, and in a short time succeeded in putting down the flooring. Then one of them thought he bad worked long enough, so, without as much aa saying good-bye, he suddenly disappeared. He had been away about two days before the attaohes of that saloon succeeded in finding him, which they did last evening, after a long search, no was lonnd in a neicn- boring saloon. As the repairs are all made and the saloon nearly ready to open be won't have to work any more, Leaves. Herman Horst, former pro prietor of the New York Bakery, leaves on to-morrow's Flamilton stage for Vir ginia- City, at which plaoe he intends to locate and start business. Mr. Horst has been well-known in Fioche for the lost four years as having conducted and managed one of the beat restaurants in Fioche, but times getting very rough and ne sutiering rrom tne eiiects or the non payments of his boarders thought i change of base waa in order. Ha baa our beat wishes for his success wherever he may locate. GEonoB Ames, accompanied by his family, will leave Fioche on Wednesday or Thursday next (whichever day the stage departs) for San Francisco, his business being to see to a pump for the Meadow Valley mine and also to place nis children at some suitable school He will hurry matters as fast as possible in regard to tne pump, having plans al ready, me machinery will nave no heavy spur wheels, but will be on a dif ferent plan. Suffkmno. We understand that the passengers that left Fioche on the Ham ilton Btsgo ou Wednesday last suffered very severely from tho effects of the cold weather on the road, so much so in fact that most of them were compelled to stop at one of the stations and roornit until the next stage came along. We aiso neara mm one ot tne bovs. we think it was Alva Watt, had his eurs frozen, and others suffered in proportion- Fon Eureka. H. Arnhold, agent for Lilienlhal & Co., of San Francisco; Hoff man, with H. Lewis & Co., and a lady from Bullionville started last evening at five o'clock, by a private conveyance, from Cook a stable, for Eureka. Tbey propose to get through in three days, traveling the fast freight road, but we doubt very much if they can make it in that time. Billubb Table. MUler & Bennett have just had their billiard tablea ad justed with new dotha.euahion ., and they are now in first-clasa order. Their plaoe of business ia on Meadow Valley street, opposite Mile Qulllen'a grocery atore. Sold Oct. Hogh White has Bold out hi interest in the Salt Lake stag line to Gilmer & Salisbury, who will in future run the aame. Mr. Saliabarr ia now ooming down the road arranging mutter vu tue lino. W. W. Bisnop left by yesterday's Salt Lake stage and will extend hia trip from Salt Lake City to Austin, Texas, on business connected with landed estates in that vicinity. Judge Rives, Qeo. Goldthwaite, W m. Wescont and F. W. Gilmer will arrive on this evening's Hamilton stage. Bullion Shipment. Wells, Fargo & Co. shipped bullion yrsterdnv valued at $10,943. Tun Salt Lake stage left Fioche yes terday morning with five passengers for Salt iiake City. BY TELEGRAPH! SPBOIAL TO TBS PIOOBB DAIL1 B.IC0BD, BY WIBTEUM UNION LINE. EASTERN DISPATCHES. Anothkb, Trick. One of our grocery merchants wont into a ciaar store on Main street early yestordiy morning and smoking a puce of glass by the cigar lighter called the unsuspecting proprietor out and handing him the glauB told him to go look at the eclipse of the sun. The innocent took the gloss, looked and saw, not the eclipse, but that be was sold. . - amz w lair percentage. R pioche. "unog the past three days the ledge '""Proved materialy in the lowest v,j icwaruea. AKTttLES. xlTK1 !in8 driven with all . .pwa lor tne ledge, Tasks. Monday is the IuhI day for levying the county tax. As the Judge and District attorney arrive this evening we suppose, if the County Commission ers don't proceed with that busineis on Monday, that there will be a mandamus issued and they will be strvad with enough papers to drive a common man crazy. Liliknthal & Co. These gentlemen, who transact business at 223 California street, San Francisco, have placed their advertisement in this morniucs Record. in which it will be observed that they are wine nna spirit merchants, and also solo proprietors of the celebrated Cyrue Noble WUlHKieN. Chinese Festival. To-morrow is the Chinese festival of Tslng Ming, it being the tenth day of the third moon accord ing to the Chinese calendar. The Chi nese are supposed to occupy most of the time ;in worshiping at the tombs of de parted relatives. The New Hdbdiks. A number of individuals visited the hurdy house on Meadow Valley street last evening to have a dance1, with the now hnrdies, who inueu 10 urnve on tne stage yesterday. no stage put in an appearance, mueb to tneir disappointment. 'loo Late. W. E. Griffin was tele graphed on Friday morning to bold the Hamilton stage over until Satnrdav morning, but as it boil been gone nearly an hour before he received the. telesram it was too late to do anvthintr in tha uimier. Oct Again. W. J. O'Dongherty waa out ou the streets yesterday for the first time since he met with the accident to hia arm. He looks a little thin from oonnnement. episcopal Chubch. Services will be held at the Episoopal Church at the usual hours morning and evening. Sun- nny-scuooi at a p. m. Uev. R, H, jvune win omciaie. justice uocbt.. An attachment suit waa oommenoed against an individual yesterday in the Justice Court to recover me sum oi f tor grooenea furnished mm . mo other business was transacted. Will Leave. Adolph Cohn will leave Pioche on Monday by the Salt Lake stage, en routo for San Francisco, to pur chase his Spring stock of tobacco's cigars, &o. . , That celebrated individual Mr. T, Bail was resurrected yesterday morning by the application of large doses of Cyrus noble a celebrated whisky. Catholic Church. Services will be held at the usual hours morning and evening in the Cutbolio Church. The Uev. b uthcr Montevorde will officiate, New Yobk, April 1. Bank statement: Loans increase, 07,200; specie decrease, 332,300, legal tenders decrease, 2,055, 400; deposits decrease, 2,G20,500; cir culation increase, 104,300; reverso do crease, 1,733,175. Boston, April 1. The bill for tax ation on church property, waa rejected in the House by a large majority. Memphis, April 1. At Somerville, Tenn, on Thursday last a crowd of masked men, raided two Poles named Hirscbloohants out of town. The gang 15 in number forced themselves into the atore before daylight, fell npon and beat the storekeepers, took nearly $2,000 in oash, led the merchants forth with ropes about their necks to the fair grounds and wero about to hang them, but by beg ging and promising to leave the place the masked rascals let the victims off with their lives. The ontrage has created much excitement in the vicinity. A public meeting waa held and a com mittee appointed to ferret out tho perpo trators. A number of prominent at torneys volunteered to prosocuto the villians without fee if they are caught. There is no cause assigned for violenoe except that tho merchants have been acoused of weighing cotton tahiely for some of their customers. Columbus, O., April 1. In the Senate to-day, a bill was introduced directing the Commissioners of Insurance to revoke certificate of those life insurance campanies doing business in Ohio, which assess taxea on their poleoy holders. Washington, April 1. The Com mittee on War Expenditures to-day heard D. F. Dyer, Dislriot Attorney at St. Louis, in reference to the testimony of O. F. Bell, who. testified yesterday. The witness first met Bell in St. Louis In the Fall of '75. He came to the Dis trict Attorney's office one day and showed an envelope, with a note on the back signed "Avery," and he (witness) understood it to be written to Filzroy to deliver any papers in bis possession to Bell. He understood Bell was seeking evidence for the Government. Boll was to see Joyoe and if possible get tbe cor respondence that passed between Joyce, Avery and Babcock. He wrote a note to tbe warden of tbe jail and asked him to deliver the papers to Bell, the bearer. Bell subsequently came to St, Louis. During the time of the Babcock trial witness met him at the house of one Eaton, a special counsel for the Govern ment. The Bafu burglary mystery ia to be cleared up. Yesterday J, Proctor Knott Chairman of the Judiciary Committee, called upon Attorney General Pierrepont and was in seorot oonferenoe at the de partment for a long time, and after the Cabinet had been called again remained for more than an hour. It ia believed that the Judiciary Committee have re quested the Attorney General to give immunity to Colonel Wbitely if he testi fies fully and fairly before the Commit tee, It is not doubted that an iaamunity by the Attorney General haa been put in tbe hands of the Judiciary Committee to be used by them aa they think fit. The House proceeded to the consider ation of the Bpecial order the bill re ported by Began, of Texas, from the Committee on Commerae, to amend the laws concerning commoroa and naviga tion and the regulation of steam vessels. cle tbis morning publishes the euUtance ot an interview with a number of the heads of the Chinese companies, whoae utterances are to tha same efiYct as pub lished in the address, viz: that they have no control over tha Chinese population, and merely assist them with advice and money if needed in difficulty. That they are as much opposed aa the whites to the great immigration, and profess to favor a modification of tbe Burlingnmo treaty tending to prevent it. , San Feaeciso, April 1. Among the many reports concerning the delay in the departure of the steami r City of San Francisco, one is to effect that ITart, former agent ot (be line in China, had put an attachment on her, but that his claim bad been settled allowing her to depart. Tbe passenger ngent of the Pscifio Mail states that the cause of the detention was an order from Sir Daniol Cooper of the New South Wales Govern ment. Well ice n ted counterfeit trule dol lars are circulating here in large quan tities. San Fbancisco, April 1. Tbe steamer City of San Francisco is now annonnoed to sail on the 3d Instant. The City of Peking, for China and Japan, sailed nbortly after noon to-day. Recent disclosures of a somi-official character settles it beyond a doubt that frauds of n moBt extensive charaatar have been perpetrated in the custom de partment of this port. Close observation and careful estimates show that goods to the amount of not less than five or six millions ot dollars annually enter the country without paying a cent. Tbe larger part perhaps of this business is carried on by the steamers of the TaciQo Mail line between New York, San Fran cisco and Panama, Valuable merchan dise landed at Panama, which is a free port, and in trans-shipment there is sub stituted for other packages which have been sbippped from San Francisco to New York, and vice versa as coastwise freight, thus escaping duty. Large amounts of Mexican wool are smuggled into the State from Santa Catalina Island off tho coast of Los Angeles oonuty. There is an excellent harbor there but no custom officers. Wool is landed there from Mexico, thence shipped here as wool shorn from flocks on the island. It is believed that these frauds in connection with other loose and corrupt practices in tho Custom-house hero oost tbe Government nearly fifty per cent, of the revenue that should be collected here. It is probable that thia mutter will soon be brought more prom inently before public attention by action in Washington. Soli Agency. W. R, Wibion ia sole agent for San Francisco Post, Daily En terprise, Salt Lake Tribune and Eureka Sentinel. Also dealer in California and New York newspapera, school hooka, stationery, music, cigars and tobacco. i'rss w and a saloon. . u Dailt EnTinrsrsi, San Francisco Post, Srntinel. S. F. Call, Salt Lake Tribnne and S. F. Courrier sold by w. K. wiison, dealer in music, mnsie I paper, school-bocks, reading matter. cigars and tobacco, at Press Wand'a Saloon. ' tf The immense sales of Hale'a Honey of Horehonnd and Tar provea that the people conaider it the only sure remedy for congha and colds and all pulmonary diseases. Sold by all druggists. Pike's Tootbacho drops cure in one minute. If yon want any tin ware, sheet iron and copper ware manufactured or repair ed, and also plumbing at very low prices. go to J. J. Hatpin & Co., who employ none nut nrst-ciasg workmen. tl. " Convince a man against hia will, of the same opinion," that Pannca Saloon set out fin liquors and fragrant cigara for Uno frlce' una Jumi lm STAGS LIKES. SOUTHWESTERN 8TACE LINE. m i imiNo, ml., SALT VIA LAKE CITY. BASKING HOUSES. THE STATE BANK OF NEVADA, FIOOHB. Beard of D tractors i JOHN P. KETiT.FT President J AS. FINLAYSON Vice President CHA8. A. WIEDEMIOLD. Secretary o. p. pnrtaoN J. w. wbiqht, H. B. LUBBOCK HARRY I. THORNTON. A Horsey THORNTON, KEIXEYfe QARBKB DBPORITS RECEIVED. EITHER ON OPEN aoconnt or to Issue eortinoates therefor par able on domand. EXCHANGE DRAWN UPON NEW YORK and BAN FRANCISCO, And other principal cities ot tbe D. B. Also upon LONDON, DUBLIN, PARIS, BERLIN And til ot tho prlBclpal cities of Europe. Currency Bought and Sold. Collections Promptly Made. Railroad and Mining Stocks Bought and Sold on Commisxion. v Monoy Leaned en Stocks. Corraspondeats I HUGH WHITE, PKOPRIKTOn. ONLY ONE NIGHT'S STAGING. S J Ril ISVwIjr Storked with Vnmr and tlxhoriM Trama and Coarrd Coacn, -PARRYING. 0. 8. MAIL, AND WELLS. PAR- GO CO.'B EXVHES8. STACKS LEAVE AT I t. It. THROUGH TICKETS! TO BAN Fit AN PIHOO, for aale at WELLH. FARtiO a OO'B orr)r In Plorho. Fan the name aa via Hamilton and Palisade, Parties holding ThrouRh Tickets can slop over at any point on the road as long aa inov msv uesire. wi-ir JAB. PIER80W a. a. BAjraiS. PIEESOU & DAUSEH .aUVS UOVDSB HI... 4 IEAH0? TAllET EEwEBT . . Ob Mala and Meadow Valley ' strssta, at , FIRST-CLASS SALOON. rrmn proprietors tab hkabtju ininrmin. old ratrona sad v cart, that tlicy wUltoatlnaetaifwptfca . t finest winks, liq,tjomb cicia :n Tnia abuckt. There Is aim r lah and r-J bum meted Hh the above ratabllsIiaMat, ; EVERY OTHER DAY STAGE LINE. aa.VQa.a HAM I LTO N, AND HALT-DAILY IBOM HAMILTON TO ROUNSON AND SCBEIX CREEK, AND TRI WEEKLY FROM HAMILTON TO CHEESY CREEK GILMER & SALISBURY, Proprietors. .pARRYIVO U. B. MAIL AND WELLB, FAR. uu a uu. a avu-iuum. Tha Thraa Uaaa aawlF Stacltad with Fiaa AMERICAN HORBBm aad a.w CONCORD COACHED. Beams leava Pioche at B o'clork A. If, mskluR olom connection with Railroad Stag rrom Hamilton. Ofllea at Walla, Farjro 4t Co. 'a, . aU-tf O. nsMDcnsoa. Geo. T. Rrrta, LAIDLAWsCO. of California. LONDON and BAN FRANCISCO BANK LIMITED and J. H. LATHAM a CO., Btook Broken Jal-tt. Agentaof the Bank Nsv Tork HENDERSON & RIVES Stock Brokers, . San Francisco H AVE MOVED TO THE BRICK BUILD ING oceanlad by Wells. Fariro A Co. , Main atreot, whore lucy will continue to I. W. WBIQHT, Bank Manager. I BU Y iC SELL STOCKS w. e. griffiht, STRICTLY ON COMMISSION. FOREIGN NEWS. IAN CORRESPONDENTS Btook AND AOBNT Pabis, April 1. Qumbetta announces his intention of publishing so goon aa 'be State siege ia raised, a new nonular newspaper to be called Lit Petite Repn blique Frnncais. London, April 1. On tho Htook ex change the tondenay to-day, !b favorable. Homo railroad and all foreign govern ment socuretieg iu which there iff spe culative dealings, except South Ameri cans, aro strong. Egyptian securities buyont. Discount quiet. Betting now on the intor-university boat race, is 5 to 4 in favor of Cambridge. A deputation of persons interested in the West Indies had an interview with Lord Canavon, tha Colonial Secretary, with reference to the report of an alleged agitation by the Government of Bar badoea to incite negroos to rebellion in consequenco of the presumed intention of the Home Government to form a con federation of the Windward Islands, Lord Canavan declared that ha know nothing of the alleged agitation. He had sent dispatches asking for informa tion and strongly enjoining the Gov ernor of Barbadoes to exercise the great- sat possible caution. He cited bia dis patches to show that the government bad no desire to press tbe consolidation scheme. WELLS, FARGO & CO., PIOCHE, NEV., 11EANRACT8 A GENERAL BANEING BUB . IN EBB. DnnBlta recetvod on Open Ac count or Certificated Issued therefor. Exchange drawn on all the principal cities of me umwa mates, uanoua ana Europe Will purchase Silver and Crado Bullion or make advances on same and ship for owner's account. CORRESPONDENTS: WELLS, FARGO dc CO., m Ban Francisco, Gal. WELLS, FARGO it CO., 85 Broadway, New York. EIVES, & ALLEN, CI King William street, London, Eng., Agents Wells, Fargo s Co. Messrs, WOODS b FREEBORN, Brokers. I Messrs. WELLS, FARGO A CO., Bankers, mr9-tf BAN FBAN0IB0O, 8ALOOI8 k LIQTJC2 El DORADO SAL003, MAIN ST., FIOCRR. j. o, Hoconmcn PROPRIETOR. . FIN EST . , i - TiiQUona AX&ct CXG-.VX1S. nrH.tf CAPITOL SALOOXf, MAIN BTRXET, F 10011 K. T. XT. C7A1BBXX3Y. ruopRiETon, KEEP THE BEST WINKB, LIQUORS AND OIQAua that are obtainable In the United States. aqriatf BRICK SALOON, , Laeaar St., Pioche, Nov. ' HA VINO JUST LEASED TBE ABOVE well-known saloon, I now ptrpaird to furnish the publio with the . Finest Wines, Liqcors anil Cigars To be found In tha Pioche Market. A FINE BILLIARD TABLE In anod running order In the Faloon. HTJB10 NIOTTTLY. f a-tf - CHAB. BELLOW, Proprietor. p. i. win mm Corner Vain and Meadow Valley ita. . , BEST "WINBS, , : into. TDlfl IB DESERVEDLY A PLACE OF GEN ERAL resort by all who Indulge la a Social Ularn. Olve him e call. mylT.tf OFFICE In Wells. Fargo A Co's Building, Main street, Pioche. Nevada. nirto-tf HOTELS t RESTAURANTS, SAN FRANCISCO RESTAURANT 6. R. ALEXANDER, Druggist and Apothecary KEEPB CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LABOR lot of Pure Drugs, Medicines Chemicals, Perfumer, Soaps, ....Ann.... All ' Toilet Article, ....AT Till.... LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE. Main St., Pioche, opposite Laconr gt mya-tt CHAS. STEIN Jk CO., MAIN STREET, FIOOBE, NEVADA, SAN FRANCISCO BREWERY, Panaaca riat. OEAS. QOEDIOXE, . Proprietor. WILL FURNISH BALOONB AND FAHI lies with 33eeir, Beast Qiuallty, In quantities to salt. Battled Beer always on hand. X3 3l MEADOW VALLEY STREET, Opposite Dexter Stable. . Cognac, brandy, fine wbiaky, Holland Kin, and old Jamaica rum, at T. C. Pou jade's. "tl FnicsH imported Cigara iuflt received by W. U. Wimon. make contracts to W. It. Wilson. I AM prepared to furnish ice, 2tJ GlbMed at Brleaeher, Proprietors. Fresh Oysters In every style. Open day and night for the acoommodattoa of I ne puoue. nxi-u SAN JOSE COMMISSION HOUSE, Wholesale and Retail Dealers ! .... , - .. - ': FINE WINES. LIQUORS & CIGARS. COUNTRY ORDERS Promptly atlonded to, ot-tf I HAva Saw-dust to sell, tf - W. R. Wilson. B. Aleznn- Frksh Garden See da fit O. der'a Drug Store. Tmpobtkd sherry, port and claret wines at i oujoue a tf Hours to rent on Lacour streot. W. It. Wilson. If Best brands of Tobacco and dears at I I ronjaue a. wti PACIFIC COAST. . B. Mott, lm.. Sacramento. O. H. Pish, I Pioche. MAIN BTREET, PIOCHE NE3V-A.DA . THE UNDERSIGNED HA VINO LEASED tbla popular House, haa had the same thoroughly ren ovated and repaired. Tlis ROOMS ARE LARGE AND WELL VENTILATED; TBE JOHN ROEDER, BTONE STORE, WEST BIDE LAOODR STREET PIOCHE CITY, VX7ADA, Dealer in Groceries, Pro visions and General Merchandise. Highest prloe paid for Country Produce, mob as Potatoes, man: nuner, eie. jeo-u BILLY, THE STAGE BOY, wuuaa tbm Tn , --- iron. Hamilton to fioche Cav" Hamilton until veeterdav aid. im. " " armo "me time to- CuiOKiN Fioht. A chicken fight will take plaoe thia afternoon between two game cocks belonging to noma of the boys. . . . . Cabal Sunday, To-duy, April 2J, ia Cabal Sunday, it being the fifth Sunday now cnroveiueaaay. San Francisco, April l.-The Pociflo Mail steamer City of San Francisco, for Australia, still lies in the stream waiting orders. Tho foot that the City of Peking will sail for China and Japan without delay to-day renders it evident that the belief of the aailina of the Australian ateamer ia delayed on account of a dis arrangement with tbe ooloniea aa to the payment of the mail subsidy ia well grounded, and that no Eastern complica tions of tbe company are responsible for the delay. While the oitizens of the anti-Chinese Committee were in session last night at the room of the Board of Supervisors, a well-known quaok . doolor, somewhat noted for his political aspirations.mount ed stand on Kearney street, near tbe City Hall, and made an inflammatory harangue, which soon bad the effect to call together a orowd of barbary eoast rangers and passers by. Tbe meeting was disposed to be somewhat riotoua and disorderly, and several passing China men were hustled, kioked and otherwise roughly treated. Tbe whole affair meets with the unqualified condemnation ol tbe entire community. The address pub lished by the six Chinese companies, al leging that the influx of tbeir country men is against their advice and wiahea, is generally oonsidered a blind on tbe part of the companies. The Cbroni- MOTT. FISH & CO.. I Meadow Valley st. PIOCHE NEVADA, TADLE Will bo snppllod. with the best the market affords, and no pains spared to make guests oomioruiDie anu at uome. THT1 IMPOItTERS And Dealers in HARDWARE. MILL AND MINING SUPPLIES. Will be snppllod with hot and oold water. Charlies reasonable. A share of publio patronage la respectfully solicited. A. D. MILLER, Prop'r. July 11th, 1878. lyll-tf CITIZENS OF BULLIONVILLE To understand that he will rapilythem with the BEST MEAT! The Market ot Pioche or Bnlllonvillo can give them. He will open Shop on Moaday. tkeOth day of March. Zx-l-vraataa 1 , Just fitted np for ns of Families. ns-u ion & ura, STOCBBWORM TO A G. SOBTJON, IMPORTERS AND WHOLKBAL1 - DiALIBB II Wines ' Liquors tfc Cigara Fire-Proof - Building lf- cour street, , BBTWEEH TBE lObTOII IC1, M t JUSTICE'S OPHCK. PIOCHK-. , METAL:. Goods Takenjn Storage. JHOOHNECTIOrl WITH THE ABOXP Sample Room la attached, where nothing but flna Uqasrt selected tram the above stock will be dispensed. mylif-H FTJIJLS .! 1 - w afc ZXoAIiPIN, IMPOBTKRS, waouaAUl Awn WAra DCALaaa ia , Fine 7ines, Liquors and Cigars, Proprietors CoaatopoUtaa Malosa. Meadow Valley Street,, , r mHR PIIOPBIETOBB TAKB PLBABURB IN X Informing old patrons and aew ooe that they will continue, as heretofore, to keep . i, ZaXQTTOBB IH THIS MABKXT. . apM-U mrf-tf WM. CULVER WELL. Blacksmith's Iron and Hardware, Steel MEADOW VALLEY RESTAURANT. (roamrRXT nnt lavartte) MRS. W. C. GLISSAN, PROPBIETBESS. BOARD 840.00 PER HONTD. STOVES Tinware. fot-tf PIOCHE ATHLETIC ' CLUB MEMBERS, ATTENTION t Classes in the takiocb gymnastic Kxerclaes on MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY KVENlNGS. open from S a. m. till 10 Clnb Rooms o clock p. m. A. BROWN, President. A. E. ARNOLD, Secretary. dl-tf 1 pllla RESTAURANT HAS LATEI.Y I been fitted np in the beet style. Tho table will be supplied with tba best that can be found la the market. No pains will be spared to acoommodate meets. A share of pnblic patronage solicited, mrll-tf $260.00 REWARD! riIHE ABOVE REWARD WILL BE PAID I for tne arrest ana conviction oi tne man who robbed the Bait Lake Stage, about three mile rrom Ptocne, on Wednesday evening, March ran. iH.u. By order of 8. D. BaAsrow, Ass't Snp't of Wells, r.rgo a vo. rer w. a. uturrui, nrtl-tf Agent. I CUSTOM OREO RECEIVED AND WORKED ON " SHORT NOTICE. A. J. BLAIR, , dl8-tf Superintendent. J. BISBNHANN & fO MA0luw... ...... ..BTREET, PIOCHM. NBVA PA, , XZ2FOHTE71S aVKQ PBATiTOB W STOTaa, CROCKKRY, GLA8B WARK, aad ROVBR WRN. laaiiNo eooDt. Mannfaetnrera of Copper, Tin ana Dksst trea Wan. ; Plntnlm, Ot ,... PREPARED TO COM. Pipe, Lift Pom pa, fee., ol any regnlrsd slas sad woignt. Also Ageatator the Oalehrated Baea't Paten Oook Stores. ir-tf mi ARB HOW WW tract for Ate Pipe, Blowers, Tomer E. A. FARGO & CO., IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF BRANDIES, WINES MD UP3S, 910 Front street, Corner ot Commerelal, Baa Tnaeiaeo. Cel. ,v ... : lyM Plocbo CaZzovT. MILES QUILLCNs ' aafapB?aWarta"raT 1-V ' r f " Dealer iaGrcccrica, . Maaaaw VaUep at, V The highest prloe paid for Otah Prcdnce X.M 'aarMMf nna ioixowra check, to hit- Ko. X ICaa, foe t,4, drawa ka for irf Pwa. tor k Myers, oa tea Loads sad 8 r- a Bank by th State Beak ot Nevada. -4 at Fioche, Kevade, haa hseaawNla tra a slow thnmgh the malls. Ail parUea are eaa. ttoaed againat negnttatlag tea aaate as aayaaeat haaaeea stovped. , (S .