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rrMBXI. . 1876
.,..., aTOCK REPORT. ,a rw-w"1- gA ruicuco, April 5. Koasnsa SALES. e 9b WH STcurrV-" 95 Cbolljr w w S'Jijirt-5' S8bM38Hb30 37! sUdyBrTan-t 130 B-Rr-1 ,.4 iTTKIiNOOS 8AI.ES SOTyttoCon-ll jjj MVUllic-H Hi tan-kerbex-kors Ml lulie-30o s. jjO ifclilmore Con 451 uu Oo Con jiO flolden Chariot i?4 H MuPoormAn S Ji Silver HU1-10 9H jiU Duta-UbJO 23 &l jjBtcon Dayton 6H 7 7 160 Bock Inland 4 i 150 DanisnelleB 3 ... M New Kuril Con-1 H 1 SblO 1 i j9U Occidental 6 H SSO Tyler KM Woodvllle i i jeso g Caledonia 70c 175 Udy Waabiiurton )t gl5 Kossuth 3 'J5 SSt W O (J H Quartt 1 1 HO Andes 31 4 450 Florida 3 3 160 Patino 1 UW) Wall Fargo X 60c 5 North Canon H 900 Cosmopolitan 45c 40c 37 Ho 1070 Leviathan 1 715 South Justice 4)4 4 60 Amazon 1 H (ION Con Virninia-1,H l 11W Prospect (1(4 6S4 ilO Morning Star 8J8)t 100 GlBBIjOW 1 joo Monumental 95c 1 J700 Vivian UJO Silver City 1 H 1 fcblO 1 Hb5 liKD Trojan IH 1.3U 1 1.33033 WO Brooks 1 2H lutl BoutjU ana Heady 70o District Coart. The District Court met yesterday at 10 a. in., pursuant to adjournment, and transacted the following business : II. B. Garrahan rs. Wells, Fargo & Co : demurrer argued, submitted and OTerrnled, and defendant given ten days in which to answer. The following appraisers were ap pointed to appraise the estate of E. Hamilton, deceased: u. juoAipin, J no. , Lynch and A. Hamilton. Court then adjourned until Saturday at 10 a. m. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. PASSENGER TRAVEL. ARRIVALS. BT JilLVCB & SAUSBUBY'S HAMILTON LINE: Geo Ames anil family The members of the Young Men's So- eial Club held their regular semi-monthly meeting last evening. Among the busi ness transactions was the appointment of the necessary committees for their forth ooming dance, which takes place on Monday, April 17tb. me parties giren by this club sinoe its organization have been invariably suooessful, and we are sure this will not be an exoeption. All who are favored with invitations will be sure to be on haud and enjoy themselves during the evening. Lightneb Hoos k Ladder Co. The member of this company will please notice an advertisement in this morn ing's Kkcobd oalling them to the regular monthly meeting on Friday evening, April 7th, at 7 o'clock sharp. The plaos of meeting will be the Justice office, Lacour street. Alt members are re quested to be present. Monthly MiBTisffVFrotcotion Hose Company will hold their regular monthly meeting at their boss house, on Lacour street, on Friday evening, April 7th, at 7 o'oloclt sharp. All members are re quested to be present to attend to the business of the company. Fiochk Hobk Company . Your regular monthly meeting takes place at the Hose House, at 7 o'clock, on Friday evening, April 7th. Members are requested to be on hand at the hour Btated as business of importance will be transacted. Bock ob Bock Beer. Miller and Bennett, of the San Francisco Brewery, Meadow Valley street, have just re ceived a large lot of book or buok beer, a suDerior article which the publio will appreciate. Quiet. Yesterduy was a very quiet day in Fioche, very little business of any kind being transacted. Merchants and bnsiness men generally do not calculate to do much until after the mines have paid off. Andy Laswell arrived yesterday morn ing from Indinn Springs and Groom District. He reports very little doing at that diatrict at preseut. time to act Delano issued a patent. It is alleged that John Delano was the real actor in the ease. That he received forty thousand dollars for getting bis father to grant the patent, and that the money was senf through the First National Bank of Omaha. Tbos. Ogg Shaw, of Raw lings' Springs, Wyoming, was arrested yeaterday on the complaint of W. S, Slatter, of Provi dence, B. I. Slatter says in his affidavit that in '72 Shaw told him he was the authorized agent, superintendent and secretary of the Bocky Mountain Ver million Paint Company; that he owned the fee of the mine in Bawlings' Springs from which the ore was being taken out. of which the Vermillion paint was made; that the mine was valued at $100,000, and he bad rejeoted $50,000 for it. On these representations Slatter endorsed the promissory notes of the Paint Com' pany to the amount of $123,000, and took as security a mortgage on the com pany's property. Slatter was subse quently obliged to pay the notes. In default of $100,000 bail, Shaw was taken to Ludlow Street jail. alarmed in view of the meeting this even ing, fearing violence from the lawless portion of the community. For a a day or two a general arming ha been going on among them and a large quan tity of repeating rifles, pistols and other more primative weapons have been pur chased and conveyed to the Chinese quarters for srlf-defense if required. General MeComb and Colonel AVason notified Chief Ellis, this after noon that the militia was ready to co-opt rate with the police if necessary to-nigat and noti fying bitn that everything was ready to tnrn out the militia at the shortest notice. PACIFIC COAST. THE STATE DANK OP NEVADA, P.ard1 af Dbrariarst JOBS P. KELLFT ....rraatdXlt J AS, FIXLATSOM Vice Pilal CHAB. A. WTKDEHHOLD, Bacntary F. P BILBO f J. W. WRIGHT, H. 8. LUBBOCK HALEY I. THORXTOX. A ttr jra THORN TOK, KELLET a 0 ARBEB TtEPOBITS RECXJ7KD. EITHER ON OPES I aeeonnt at U lame eerllOcatae tberafot pas. abieoaaceaaaa. BY TELEGRAPH! A Close Game job Paper. The Kkcobd has been in pretty close quarters for paper lately and for a time it looked as though we were doomed to be left high and dry. Paper has been on the way both by the Eureka and Palisade and the Salt Lake routes for sixty days. Finally last week seeing that the teams would not arrive we telegraphed to San Francisco to have a lot shipped by ex press; also writing to Hamilton and Eureka to see if we oould not get some. The paper was shipped by express from Ban Franoisco lost Thursday morning and ought to have been in on Monday mevmg's Btnge, but some smarty in EnrtAa laid it aside with care, until the next stage, sending the way bill through. Finally hearing through Fred. Gilmer that a team had arrived at Bristol on Mondav evening with some of our paper aboard, one of the . Bkcobd's publishers chartered a buggy and met tno team about fifteen miles from Fioche, secured a supply of the precious commodity and drove triumphantly baca to riocne. Plant Tbees. Los Angeles has a for est company, organized for the purpose of eroina eucalyptus. If the cul ture of the euoalyptus were pursued in this State in such localities as are adapted to its growth, there would be a mine of wealth in them in the future. In the vicinity of suoh places as Bullionville or Fanaoa crowing such trees would be tound very profitable. They are hardy, grow with great rapidity, afford excellent timber and destroy the miasma arising from marshy or ill-drained grounds. Gbass Shoes. A couple of female equestriennes went careering up Main street towards evening yesterday, at a pace denominated fast and furious rid iDg. Home of the officers stood on the sidewalk and remarked to the Judge that "Grass was very short now," and if those parties were snatched for fast rid ing it would be bis painful duty to sock it to them to the full extent of the law. Hatiiond & Ely Foundry. The toundij and machine shop of the Bay mood 4 Ely mine has been closed down tot tie present. All the men employed id these places, with a few exceptions, aave been placed around the hoisting works and in the mine, so that there is Te'y little change in the number of men employed. Fbom Bullionville. Tommy Dwyer came up from Bullionville yesterday. He reports everything quiet, the mills going steadily io. He says the only exoite- ment they have in when they get a chance to kettle some old drunk or get main to packing water lrom place to place. Tug Weather. Yesterday was one of the finest days we have hid this season xoe day wag dear and bright, toe sun shining throughout, and it was just cool enough to feel pleasant. We think we have the beautiful snow corralled for this season any how; at least we hope so, Fmioht Arrived. The list of freight fUblished in Tuesday's issue of the moed arrived last evening from the urminsg of the Eureka St Palisade Bail- ""d. and will be delivered this morn ing. TV "cluoh. There were twenty-nine Wl of bullion in the express office ves e'day, eighteen having coma from the wjmond & Ely mill at Bullionville, and . rom me Alps mill at rioohe Utaoes. The Hamilton and Salt Luke 'sees left Pioohe yesterday morning at !n?'c.,00. the Hamilton stage having a with and tb9 Sftlt Lftka "aR leaving SPECIAL TO THE PIOOHE DAILY BKCOllP, BY WESTERN UNION LINE. EASTERN DISPATCHES. If without passengers, Pv.T. --.-ML-uar merchants are anx '""sly awaiting the appearance of the reg- notice i denoting the different pay j ior labor, merohnnia nn.i work, r. uhty uommissionkbs. The Board 8atn,7" y omm,8,onOT will meet on laess. transaction of bus ",B"3 LrjMBB.-S.veral teams X,.AIaiVt7it't y with New York, April 5. A car load of passengers left Elmira last night, com prising the second Mansfield Paciflo Colony. A Sun's Washington special says that a olaim well authenticated, was present ed by Ely of New York on behalf of Abraham Harris and referred to the Committee on Expenditures of the Trea sury. It Bets forth that Boutwell paid Butler $25,000 as attorney of Jayne the revenue detective. The evidence further shows Boutwell paid this sum knowing that Butler would thereby use his in fluence to get Boutwell elected senator, with the assuranoe also that EicharjBon would be appointed Boutwell's Bucoesaor as Stcrotury of the Treasury. In plain language, Boutwell allowed Butler to intercept $25,000 belonging to Harris, knowing that Butler would exert him self to fclot-t Boutwell to the Senate in place of Wilson eleoted Vice-President. Schcuck is still Minister to England under the tenure of office net, Dana having been rejeoted. Fifteen Senators dodged and a number paired off. When the discussion ended hardly a quorum was present. This actiou of the Senate shows that Butler is the presiding genius of that body. A Times Washington special says, but little interest was taken in the formal presentation of the impeachment articles by the publio to-day. The proceedings follow will probably be uninterest ing. A Herald's Washington special says- the bills regulating the pay of the army, reducing the force and transfer ring the Indian service to the army, become a law, a saving of nearly seven millions will be effected in the army estimates, besides over one million in the appropriations for the Interior De partment. Thero will be strong op position in both houses to all these bills bat particularly to the transfer of the Indians because in this matter Senators must sacrifice patronage, and politicians and lobbyists must lose one of the great est sources of corruption, extravagance and favoritism. In one item alone, that of transportation of Indian supplies in 1818, the appropriations for Indian af, fairs were $813,000 and are now while under vastly decrease obstaoles, over seven millions. New Yobk, April 5. A Hetold Wash, ington special says that some important inoulpatiug evidenoo was taken by the Committee on Expenditure in the Inte nor department. Among the persons implicated are the Delanos. It is said that the original olaim for tho Flagstaff mine in Utah was contested by a well organized ring, who gent law yers and money to Washington to get I patent issued, but in spite of all their ef forts three decisions were rendered against new claimants, and there was no prospeot of sueoess for them until sud denly a patent wob iBsued in one day, and the original owners deprived of their former rights to the mine. Large sums of money were involved. From the be ginning of the litigation Geo. C. Bates, an attorney and an ex-Washingtonian of reputed influenoe with President Grant, wag employed by Hoskins, the first owner, to resut a demand for a patent by contestants, but he thought, he bad good case, especially as three decisions had been rendered in favor of big client, Delano seemed to inoline toward the original title when the subject matter wag referred to Attorney General Wil liamt, bnt before the new referee had San Francisco, April 5. Governor F, F. Low, a former Minister to China, in an interview, puts the matter of Chinese immigation in a new light. According to his statement Hongkong, from which emigrants depart.being a British coloney, the emigration from there is legally British instead of Chinese and the remedy in that direction would be in the modification of the British, not the Chi nese, treaty obligations. Hia own sug gestion is that the evil should be fought in another direotion. That he knows nearly all the Chinese here are imported under contract in violation of the treaty obligations, and that proceedings to quash such contracts would have the immediate effect to check the immigra tion. A grand anti-Chinese mass meeting was held at Oakland last evening, Mayor Pardee presiding. The speeches were of moderate tone, advocating mutual pro teotion association. A motion prevailed for all hands to attend the mass meeting in this city to-night. A preliminary anti-Chinese immigra tion meeting was held last evening at the corner of Stockton and Sacramento streets, Thomas Phelau presiding. It was resolved to effect a permanont organization at a future mooting. It was also resolved to participate in the meeting this evening in the Sixth Ward, which contains more Chinese residents than any other ward in the city. A dispatoh from Bed Bluff says that the oitizena held an anti-Chinese meet ing last evening and much interest was manifested in the movement. Similar reports were received from various partii of the State. At the meeting of the Pdoifio C6ast Centennial Committee and the repre sentative men of California which took place last evening at the Palace Hotel to inaugurate the oolleetion of funds for the purpose of having the State properly represented at the Centennial Exhibition $2,300 were subscribed, of which $1,000 was oontribnted by Judge MoCoy of Nevada. The meeting was rather a failure from a financial point of view though some very patriotio resolutions were adapted. San Francisco, April 5. An assess ment of two dollars per share has been levied by the Savage Mining Company, aggregating $224,000, delinquent May 8th, The proceeds will be used in pay ing for the new machinery now in process of construction for the Savage mine. A certificate of increase of oapital stock of the Daney Gold and Silver Min ing Company from $2,400,000, in 2,100 shares, to $10,800,000, divided into 10,800 shares, was filed in the County Clerk's offioe yesterday. A meeting of the dissatisfied stockhold ers of the Leopard mine is advertised to take place in the Fourth District Court room on Wednesday, the 12th instant, Belcher to-day declared a dividend of one dollar per share, aggregating $101, 000. Consolidated Virginia to-day declared dividend of $2 per share, aggregating $1,080,000. The President ol the Chinese compa nies this morning sent a communication to the Mayor, calling his attention to rumors that while the better class of oiti zena are peacefully devising means to oheok the Chinese immigration at Union Hall to-night, another class, mostly of foreign birth, intend to begin riotous proceedings against the Chinese, and ap peal to him for protection. The comma nication ends as follows: "Oar conn' trymen are better acquainted with peaoefal vocations than with scenes of strife, yet many of them have lived long enough in this country to learn that Belt delensa ia the common right of all men and should a riotous at tack be made upon tho Chinese quarters we have no power, even if we had the disposition to restrain our countrymen from defending themselves to the last extremity and selling their lives as dearly aa possible. But we trust and believe that it is in yonr honor's power and in aooordanoe with your high sense of justice to prevent these threatened evils. That we may do all in oar power as good citizens to preserve peace and avert riot we most respeotly submit these statements and make this earnest ap peal to yonr honor ag a precaution against riot or tumult this eve." The iniei oi rouoe nag ordered every man of the regular and special police force to report for duty. A chain of polioe- men will be thrown aronnd the Chi nese quarters while pickets will be post ed in the avenues leading to that locality, To-day the Mayor hold a consultation with the six companies and la accor dance with suggestions, all Chinamen have been instructed by the companies to keep in doors and go far ag possible within the limits of their own quarters, The polioe will oarry the ordinary side arms permitted by regulations. The military is strong enough in the city to mmediately suppress any nnlawfnl de monstration whioh may be made. The Chinese are evidently much Sole Agency. W. B. Wilson is sole agent for San Francisco Post, Daily En terprise. Salt Lake Tribune and Eureka Sentinel. Also dealer in California end New York newspapers, school books, stationery, music, cigars and tobacco, 1'ress Wand g saloon. tt Daily Enterprise, San Francisco Post, Sentinel, S. F. Call, Salt Lake Tribune and 8. F. Courtier sold by W. B. Wilson, dealer in musio, mono paper, school-books, rending matter. cigars and tobacco, at Press Wand's Saloon. If The immense sales of Hale's Honey of Horehound and Tar proves that the people consider it the only rare remedy for ooughs and colds and all pulmonary diseases, cold by all druggists, rlke Toothache drops euro in one minute. If yon want any tin ware, sheet iron and oopper ware manufactured or repair ed, and also plumbing at very low prioes. go to J. J. Halpin & Co., who employ none bnt nrst-closB workmen. tt " Convince a man against his will, of the same opinion," ttmt Panaca Saloon set out One liquors and fragrant cigars for One Price" Oneliitll lm That celebrated individual Mr. T, Kail was resurrested yesterday morning by the application of large doses of Cyrus Noble s celebrated whisky. Dr. J, S. Hammond has established an office ovor the Stats Bank. Residence Jus. Finley's house, Cedar street. Beckivkd. A book containing a de scription of the Andersonville Prison Pen. etc. W. B. Wilson Full assortment of grooeries and pro visions at T. C. Ponjade's, Meadow Vat ley street. tf , Coonac, brnudy, fine whisky, Holland gin, nnd old Jamaica rum, at T. C. Pon- jade's. tf Frebh imported Cigars just received tiy w. 14. WILSON. I am prepared to mnke contracts to furnish ice. 2t W. B. Wilson. I have Saw-dust to sell. tf W. B. Wilson. BASXI3G HOUSES. KXCHANOB DRAWN CPON NEW YOBK and SAN FBANCISCO, And other principal cities of the U.S. Alio apoa LONDON, DUBLIN, PARIS, BERLIN And all of the prlnUpal dtlce ol Europe. Currency Bought and Sold. Collections Promptly Made. Railroad and Minim Stocks Bourht and Sold on CominbKiou. v Monoy Loaned on Stock-." CeoTMpeadentai n UUlHUW,i..t.l, LONDON and BAN FBANCIBOO BANK LIMITED and J. H. LATHAM CO., Btook Brokers. Ban Vranclseo Jal-ti. 1. W. WRIGHT. Bank Manaan. W. E. GRIFFIN, 13 VIMTjCXHX. AMD AOEMT WELLS, FARCO & CO., PIOCHE, NEV., TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUB INESa Deposit! rroeived on Open Ac count or oertincatea latuea tnereior. Exchange drawn on all the principal cltlea of tua United States, Canada and Kuropa. Will purchaaa Silver and Grade Bullion or make advances on same and ship for owner account. coBnnroxDurca i WKLLH, FARGO SU CO., San Francisco, Oal. WKLLH, VAROO & CO., 5 Broadway, New Toik, EIVES, Ji ALLEN, 01 King WlUlsm street, London, F.Dg., Agents Weill, Fargo A Co. STAGE LUTES. 8AL00I8 & LIQTJ02 SOUTHWESTERN ST ACE LINE. m FR1MKC0, ML, SALT VIA LAKE CITY. HUGH WHITE. PROPRIETOR. ONLY ONE NIGHT'S STAGING. jab. rare a . tAim. piEnson & daxjxjzh mATV DOMBI 1H.MI IEAE0W YALLEY BRE7EET Oa Mala sad Meadow Taller atMts, sea FIRST-CLASS SALOOff. Tbb profbtetorb taki Fuanrn n Informing old cairoa u4 sww oa, Ike Uav will eoattaaa U ktrp the . FINEST WINES, LIQ.TJORadkCieAMV IN TBIS MARKET. Then Is also Clwk sad Ca. BMBina- n ri niih iin ilinTi saesl llsli sail Give tliem m. OatlL mrSl-tJ El DORADO SALOON. Road Nvwljr Marked with Fosr and Coaches, ARRTTNO V. B. MAIL. AND WELLS, FAB- STAGES LEAVE AT A. H. THROrOH TirgRTB TO RAN FRAN- CISCO, for sale at WELLS. FARQO k GO'S offlro in Plochs. Fan th. same as via Hamilton and Palisade. Partita holding Throngh Ticket can stop oyer at any point oa the road aa long aa tnev mav oesin. tai-tt EVERY OTHER DAY STAGE LINE. PIOOH M TO. HAMILTON, AND HALF-DAILY FBOM HAMILTON TO ROBINSON AND SCHELIi CREEK, AND TRI WEEKLY FBOM HAMILTON TO 0HEEEY CHEEK GILMER St SALISBURY, Proprietorg. AfNARRYTHa V. 8. MAIL AND WELLS, FAB. V OO A GO. H KXTIUCBn. Th. Three Usee n.wly Stacked with Vine AMERICAN HORSES and a.W CONCORD COACHES. hiairei leave Ploche at B o'clock A. M. making clow connection with Railroad Btag from Hamilton. Office at Wells. Fargo dt Co, 's, nSl-tf MAIN ST., PIOCHE. J. O. MoCOIlEIICn PROPRIETOR. FI5EBT W1NE8, ZjZQTJOZia mylT.tr CAPITOL SALOOIT, VAIN BTREET, PIOCHE. sr. xz. oAssxxrx-, PROPRIETOR. KEEP THE BEST WINKS, LIQUORS AND OlOARa that an obtainable la the United Btataa. eyietf O. HENmcnsoN. Oko. T. Rrrxa. OFFIOE in Weill, Fargo A Main street, Pioche, Nevada. Go's Building, nu26-tf Frebh Garden Soeds at G. B. Alexan der's Drug Store. Imported sherry, port and claret wines at rotijade s. tt House to rent on Lacour street. W. I R. Wilson. tf Bkst brands of Tobacco and cigars at Fonjade s. tf HOTELS & RESTAURANTS. SAN FRANCISCO RESTAURANT 33 MEADOW VALLEY STREET, Opposite Dexter Stable. E.B.Mott, Jn., Sacramento. O. H. Fish, riocne. IRflOTT, FISH & CO.. Meadow Valloy st. PIOCHE NEVADA, Olbfrled dt Brisactaer, Proprietors. Freeh Ovaten In every style. Open day and night (or the accommodation of be publio. njj-ii SAN JOSE MAIN STREET, XAI3POn.M73i:3LT.S FIOOHH NEVADA . And Dealers Id HARDWARE!. MILL AND mining supplies. THE UNOER8IONED HAVING LEASED this popular House, baa had the same thoroughly ren ovated and repaired. Tbe HENDERSON & RIVES Stock Brokers, HATE MOVED TO THE I1HICK BUILD ING occupied by Wells, Faro di Co., Alain street, wnen tuey will continue to BUY St SELL STOCKS STRICTLY ON COMMISSION. CORRESPONDENTS! Messrs. WOODS dt FREEBORN, Stock Hrnkera. Messrs. WELLS, FARGO di CO., Bankers, mrV-tf BAN FBANOISOO. G. R. ALEXANDER, Druggist ana Apothecary. TTEEPB CONSTANTLY OH HAND A LARGE XV lot of Pure Dps, Medicines a Chemicals, Perfumery, Soaps, ....AMD.... La.U. Toilet tVrtlolesi .AT TBI.... LOWEST POSSIBLE PBI0E. BRICK SALOOIT, Lacoar St., Ploche, Nevr. HA VINO JTST LEASED THK ABOVE well-known saloon, I am now pnrd to furnish the pnblio with th. Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars To b found In th Ploche Market. A PING BILLIARD TABLK In good running order in the Paloon. MUBIO NIGHTLY. 16-tf CHAB. BELLOW, FroprMer. p. n. mm silci, Corner Main and Meadow Valley its. B38T WINKS, into. THIS 18 DESERVEDLY A PLACE OF OEM. ERAL report by all who indulge in Social Ulaaa, urre mm a oaii. myxi.u SAN FRANCISCO BREWERY, Panca Flat. 0HAS. Q0EDI0KE Proprietor. "117ILL FURNISH SALOONS AND FAML VV lies with Beat Qtzatllty, Inomantlttesto suit. Rattled Rear always oa baud. P-f liFte Rooms, Just fitted np for use of Families, m-tf Blacksmith's Iron and Hardware, Steel, STOVES ROOMS ARE LARGE AND WELL VENTILATED i THE TABZiXl Will be supplied with the best th market affords, and no pains spared to make guests oomionaDie ana at home. Main St., Ploche, opposite Lacour St. myv-u Tinware. fei.tr LILIENTHAL & CO., WINE AND Will be supplied with hot and cold wator. unarges reasonable. A Bhare of pnblio patronage ia respectfully soUoited. A. D. MILLER, Prop'r. July 11th, 18TS. Jyll-tf NEW YORK BAKERY AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, NO. 223 CALIFORNIA ST., SAN FRANCISCO. T SOLE PROPRIETORS OF AT-THE CELEBRATED 8 CYRUS NOBLE WHISKIES, ap2-tf i. COOK. HENRY REED, LIVERY STABLE, MEADOW VALLEY STREET, PIOOUE NEVADA 000K & BEED, PB0PBLET0BS, ANEW ASSORTMENT OF ROCK-; awivB. BuKKles. Teams and Sad dle Horses on hand and to let on abort nntlnA. " Stock Boarded by the Day or Week and cars. fnilr attended. )ei-u C. CLARK& BROTHER STONE STORS, LOWER MAIN STREET, FIOCHE, NEVADA, WHOLESALE AND EETAIL PSALKHS m OnOCBRIES. PROVISIONS, POWDER, FUSE, ASlb QENEBAL MERCHANDISE. mylB-U CAUTION. 4LL PERSONS ABB HEREBY WARNED not to purchase or negotiate an order for Hundred Dollars ($100), drawn by Fred'k Kuhla on Messrs, Pierson A Danoer, in favor of Wm. Kraft, aa payment of the same has been toy) pea. rni-iA uliilo, Pioohe, March Uth, 1876. mrU-30d CHAS. STEIN Sc CO., MAIN STREET, PIOOHE, NEVADA, STOHAGrZl AMD COMMISSION HOUSE, Wholesale and Retail Sealers ra mus WINES. LIQUORS & CIGARS. COUNTRY ORDERS Promptly attended to. ot-tf mon & Gin, SUCCESSORS TO A. C SORDON. IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DIALERS IS Winea Liqtiora Sc Cigara Fire-Proof Building Ls- cour street, BETWEEN THE POSTOFF1CE AMI JUSTICE'S OFFICE, PIOCHE . - NEVADA. Goods Takenjn Storage. LACOUR STREET, PIOCHE. JOHN OHAPPI, Proprietor. PATRONS WILL FIND EVERYTHING THAT la to be f onnd in Pioche Markets. JOHN ROEDER, STONE STORE, WEST BIDE LACOUR STREET PIOOHE CITY, NEVADA, Dealer in Groceries, Pro visions and General Merchandise. YOU UN iLWITS GET WHIT YOU CUL FOR, Hoard by the Day, Wrok or Month, on Reasonable Tarms. TiRIVATR ROOMS ELEGANTLY AND NEW. L LY furnished for Dinners, Ball Supper and wedding rartles. Heals at All Boars. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT for tbe eceommo. Illation of the Public. mrlo-tf MEADOW VALLEY RESTAURANT. (FORMERLY THE LAFAYETTE) MRS. W. C. GLISSAN, PROPRIETRESS. BOARD 810.00 PER MONTH. Highest price paid for Country Produce, tnch as Potatoes. Aggs, nanar, in, jw THE STAGE BOY WISHES ma CITIZENS OF BOLLIOMVILLE To understand that ha will supilythem withtha BEST MEAT The Market of Ploche or BulllonTiUe can give them. He will open Bhop on Monday, the Oth day of March. mrS-tf WM. CULVERWELL. N CONNECTION L neat WITH THE ADOVI Roon:. Sample la attached, where nothing but fins Liquors eleoted from the above stock will be dlepensed. mylS-tf No. D JUST ARRIVED AT MILLER BENNETT'S urn mm, MEADOW VALLEY STREET, A LABS! LOT O I LAGER DEER IREOT FROM BAN FRANCISCO. ready to sell to all patron Ixers ny I AM GLASS, QUART, GALLON AND KEO, D ltvered Free of Charga. THE BAB IB WELL SUPPLIED WITH TBI boat assortment of Wines, Liquors and Oigart Ha vana Brands. TWO HO. 1 BILLIARD TABLES In the Saloon. Billiards St Centi a Game. Glr nt a call and you will be sura to find what yon want nSO-tf sty- rpHIS RESTAURANT HAS LATELY J I been fitted up in the best style. I The tsble will be supplied with the ' best that can be fouud in the market.-7"1 No pains ulll be spared to accommodate I guests. A share of public patronage solicited, mrai-tf J. B1SENM1NN & CO., MAIN STREET, PIOCHE NEVADA, IMPORTERS CUSTOM ORES RECEIVED AND WORKED ON SHORT NOTICE. A. J. BLAIR, d!6-tf Superintendent. STOVES, CROCKERY, GLASS. WARE, and HOUSE FURN ISHING GOODS. Manufacturers of Cc-pper, Tin and Sheet-Iron Ware. Plumbera, Bteam aim ua. .iiien. W-WTK ABB NOW PREPARED ff tract for Air Pipe, TO COR. Blowers. Furnace Pipe, Lilt Pomps, ke., of any retailed else and i weight. Also Agents for the Celebrated Buck's Patau! Cook Stove. an-tf L.ULIBER1 LUMBER ! V. WEAVER, MAIN, POST, AND PIOCHE 8TB., rAN SUPPLY ALL KINDS OF MINING i and Bnlldina Lnmber. Sawed Lumber. lAtna, Bningiee, nuew, as., uun Lumbar. . r Ratail nt Raneonable anr-u FTJLKS St MoALPIXr, . IMPORTERS, WHOLUAUI Ain AST-All DBALKat W Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigsjs, ProprWtera Caanaapalltan Salean,, Meadow Valley Street, mHB PROPRIETORS TAKB PLBABURB I" X Informing old patrons and new ones that they will ooutinua, is bsntolora, to keep XaXQT7OZ0 IN THIS MARKET, epM-tf Flocho Dalic7- KSILC3 QUILLCII, Dealer iiTaycccri:rf WTJE8 ASD UQ-CrJj' , Maadaw Valley S. aSThehlgbait price aaMfet Vtal - HW ..