..APRIL T. I8f
yt rBAXCWCO STOCK REPORT
Sal Fbajhjiboo), April S.
hU 68b30 J7J ST .9-
notoa-lM 12 li 123 124bl0 125
S. S Sorm - 80 69 S MblO 63
l?rowJ Point-! MmH
Si" Jacket-Ill 35 3S bj SS H
10 Stg Belcher
IW ?S3U 31 SU StHbSO aiHblO
155 Bayraond Ely-ITH 18 18 17!.
10 Eureka Con 13 H
1250 Leopard t1
AO Pawner 1H " -
110 Nortlum Bile-5e t -
3U0 Hujuey )
115 Tjrbo Con 11 !
bU (ion Thomas 4
BS Metallic 3 3'i
W5Adveni-e 13 11 Vi 11
jWOoao Con 30o
STiXlolilen Chariot 2 S !IH
Ml Kock Inland 3 3'i a
lis New York Con IS 1
100 Globe S
Baltimore Con 2 '4 2
lu Challenge 7 8
205 Day ton X
;iTvlor 4Sc S
W Woodvillo a X
JH) Occidental 6 5 4 6
WO PUil dhendan l'i
2150 -g Caledonia St
5 Lady Washington t
jCOKoasuth 2 2H 2M
111) O G H Qnarti 1 1
IS Cosmopolitan 40c 36c
1MU Laviathan 1 J, K 2W0 1
4)0 Ward 2 2 H
m Wells Fargo 65c 00c
90 North Car xon H
HU Florida 3
150 Europe H H
400 Paoilic 1
620 South Juatlca 4 H 4 3'i
10 Amazon 1 S
300 N Con VirKinia-1 S
WO Prospect o STi
HIO Horning Star 8
ISO Trojan -1.U50 1H
W! Silver City IH
1580 Vivian 2
Foolkd. Yesterday a larga crowd was
attracted to the front of the Nevada
Mitrket.witnessing a couple ot moo jump
iog ovt r some wooden saw-horses. To
get thia crowd away and up the street, a
couple of the boys put on boxing-gloves
iu front of the barbershon on MuiVi
street, adjoining Wiederhold & Good
man's store. They commenced sparring
as if they were about to have a match
very soon. The crowd spied them and
left the jumpers to their fate, coming to
the scene of the supposed boxing. After
the crowd had all arrived the boxers
shook TianJs and adjourned to their re
spective p!c:n of business without strik
ing a blow.
Feou the Black Hills. Mr. Currier,
a resident of Pioohe last Summer and who
left here for the Blaok Hills, returned
yesterday to Pioche. Ha left Caster
C'Ai u the latter part of January, and
aisbeenin Beaver, Utah, sinoa. Ilis
report of the Hills is not very encourag
ing He says that the color can be ob
tained almost anywhere, but not in pay
ing quantities. The parties there are
generally discouraged and are getting
way as fast as possible.
Shkmfi's Salk. A Sheriff's sale will
take place to day at the County Court
Houbs at 12 o'clock. The property to
be sold is the Hercules mine, situated in
the Bristol Mining District, Linooln
County, State of Nevada, the said mine
oing the sum of $75 08 for taxes, $59.
U costs and the acoraing costs aud
AUDITOBA.ND TbEASCBBB's RsPOIVT.
We publish iu to-day's Rkcobd the
Auditor and Treasurer's report of the
financial condition of Lincoln oounty for
the quarter year ending March 31st 1876.
This statement is in a more conoise
form than those formerly published, and
the general publio will understand from
" the exact standing of the county.
Left. Munroe Salisbury, one of the
proprietors of the Solt Lake and Hamil
ton stage roads left by private conveyance
yesterday morninc for Salt Lake nil
The proprietors of the Salt Lake line
put small wogons on that
oate, which will be oapable of convey
ing lour passengers aud the mails, when
we wd, are in good order.
Lwtm To-DAY.-Newt. Richards,
former proprietor of the Granger Res
(,orn(, leaves on to-day's Hamilton
tae for Virginia City, at whioh place
rZ?!herJ9 Iocated- Ha caloulatea to
"turn to Piooha when times improve.
mBny ,riends Pioche
wo will regret his departure.
The Insane. Emanuel Champion and
Sophia O'Brien, two persons pronounoed
to be insane by the proper authorities,
will be sent away on this morning's
Hamilton stage to Woodbridge, Cal
via Carson citv. Thaw win j. a!
Sin? 0l4 uWiison DePu'y Sheriff
- vw,vu Aiiuuurus.
Stages. The Hamilton and Salt Lake
luges arrived about 8 o'clock last even
's.. The Salt Lake stage without pas
sers and the Homilton with two,
... 5 e"8 Far8 ony woeived about
w letters for Pioche aud no papers.
CoNNECTioti. No connection was
ith the Eastern and Western
SL'm9 ,ft8t.8ltt8 ing Eureka
Jointly mail matter was very
andtJvenlB8 botn Bt the Postofflce
.of our Israelitieh friends yester
J. commenting upon the slowness of
Sff'tt "Gtlemen. so help
1 aM " " day." Explicit that.
clim.IMSL0CAT,D-A oouPIa of filing
We'9 loottted yesterdry in the
ft" APMCA.-Fred. Gilmer and two or
Can Pi0ha hw ,hs 8on'
"wS-Smw of tb Wo.ideminth.
TMnI'?t,,eT0r8,t0" of ore to
' Mill yesterday f0, reduction.
cour;ny,rt.w,a;y,ani,aot,d ,a tb8 J
Ntw Goons. TesUrday J. Cohn &
Bro. received a larga assortment of dry
goods, calicoes, print, etc Joi. Rich
also received several boxes of stylish
Spring hats and suits of clothing, which
will be disposed of at reasonable ratoa.
D. C. Clark A Bro. received a larga as
sortment of new and fresh groceries;
Jno. Boeder a large assortment of liquors
ana groceries; iiou, risn uo. an ex
tensive assortment of hardware, and J.
Levin Co. new brands ot imported
"igars, looacco, etc. All arrived by the
T"1 t a ti T" : 1 .
jcureaa t l'aiiBaiue xvaiiroaa.
Pat-Day. The following announce
ment appeared on the bulletin board of
the State Bank of Nevada last evening
" The Raymond & Ely Silver Mining
Company will pay as follows: Friday,
7th instant, labor, mine and railroad;
Saturday, am instant, contract work;
Aionaay, iuth instant, supplies. (Signed)
Chess Rooms. The fitting op of the
rooms for the Chess Clnb is rapidly ap
proaching completion. The carpenter
work, paper-hanging and painting has
all been completed and yesterday a new
carpet was placed on the floor and a
large nnmber of chairs purchased and
pnt in tne rooms.
To be Mabbied. The San Francisco
correspondent of the Lyon County Times
writes that Crittenden Thornton, well
known in this State, will soon lead to the
altar a daughter of General D. D. Col
ton, one of the Southern Paciflo Railroad
magnates. Crittendon Thornton is a
nephew of Colonel H. I. Thornton
Fins Meetings. The regular monthly
meetings of the Protection Hose, No. 2,
and Pioche Hose Co., No. 1, will be held
this evening at 7 o'clock at their respect'
ive hose houses. Lightner Hook & Lad'
der Co. will hold their regular monthly
meeting lo-mgbt at I o'clock, at the Jus
tice office, Laoour street.
Pioche Athletics. Tha Pioche Ath
letic Club will hold a meeting this even
ing at 7 o'clock, at their ball,' on Main
PEOIAL TO THE PIOCHE DAILY BEOOBD,
BY WE8TEBN UNION UNI,
Chicago, April C The fight in pro
gress between the Iowa pool and the
Alton and Chicago Railroad over the
California business has been discon
tinued and the rates on freicht from New
York to San Francisco were advanced
New Yobk. April 6. A WashinfJlon
special to the Tribune says that the
House Naval Committee continued the
examination of Mathews, the Brooklyn
contractor, last night. Very little that
wob new was brought out in his testi
mony. He admitted what bad already
been proved the payment of S129.00O
or four per cent, on tha amount of the
oontraots he received to E. G. Cattell,
the object of payment being to prevent
competition. In addition he admitted
the payment on the same aocount of
$7,000 more whioh had not been enteral
on his byks as the checks by which it
was paia naa not been returned to him
from his bank, Mathews was subjected
to a very long and searching cross-examination,
the apparent object of which
was to trace soma of his payments
through Cattell to the Secretary of the
Navy, but witness most positively denied
that the Secretary of the Navy had any
interest in the payments or anv knowl
edge of them whatever. Secretary Robe
son has sent a long letter in reply to the
inquiries mada of him about two weeks
ago by Beebee, Chairman of tha House
Committee on Expenditures in the Navy
Department, touching the acceptance of
drafts to the amount of $200,000 and
more. The drafts he says have not been
paid out of the appropriation for next
year Dut out of that for the ourrent year.
Considerable sums of money are placed
in the bands of the Navy Paymaster on
duty with the fleets in various parts of
the world and many of them will at the
end of the year have in their possession
in expended balances to be returned to the
general fund of the Navy. When these
balances are received in July noxt they
will be available for meeting the drafts
which Secretary Robeson has aooepted.
Washington, April C House The
Committee on the Paoiflo Railroad have
agreed to report a bill direoting a survey
to be made of a route for a railroad from
Austin (Texas) to Topolorampo, on the
Gulf of Mexico, by the assent of tha
Mexican Government for such survey
whioh has already been obtained. The
bill was reported by the Senate Commit
tee last Monday. It appropriates onlv
$50,000, but Owen, the projector of the
route, says that this will be sufficient to
seoure a report on the general resources
and character of the country to be trav
ersed, and insure a further appropriation
to demonstrate the feasibilitv of iv.
route by means of instrumentality of
Of tha twelve resularannual
ation bills only one, the pension bill, has
yet become a law. The fortification bill has
been reported by the Senate Committee
without amendments, and will
Bhortly. The Military Academv hill ;.
before the Conference Committee on ac
count of numerous disagreements. Th
Consular and Diplomatic Appropriation
Din la again before the House Committee
with 122 Senate amendments, and it will
be extremely difficult to reconoile the dif-
New Yobk, April 4. The World flAva
the greenback reformers nollc1 .Wi
22,000 votes in Connecticut. Ingersall'a
majority over all is about 3,000.
Pbovidence. R. I., April 5. The elec
tion is Droeresaint? nnifidv Th .. i.
- ' ' a "rf " vwifi as)
light. The latest reports indioata thai
Lippet, the Republican candidate tnr
Governor, will have a majority over both
St. Lopis, April 5. Of the alderman
voted for yesterday the Democrats elected
six, tne ttepublioans four and the Inda.
pendents three. The latter, however,
are also Democrats. Of the nine school
direotors the Democrats elect fiva .,)
the Republicans four. The people's
charter ticket for fire wardens has a large
Chicago, April i. The town elections
passed off to-day without any unusual
disturbances. It is conceded by the
Democrats that the south and west
towns have elected the Republican nomi
nees, and the north town is believed to
be closely contested. No vote will be
counted till to-morrow.
Atchison, Ks., April 4. The election
here to-day for city officers resulted in
the election of the entire Republican
ticket, and three out of four ooumilmen.
Last year the Democrats elected the en
tire tioket except the mayor. There is
great rejoicing among tha Republicans,
as this is the first time for several years
they have elected their entire ticket.
St. Joseph, Mo., April 4. In the mu
nicipal elections to-day the Democrats
eleoted the mayor, and most of their
ticket was three out of five ooancilmen.
Cteveland, O., April 4. The general
Republican tioket is eleoted by 2,500 ma
jority. On an average the council will
stand twenty-two Republicans to four
teen Democrats. The Republicans elect
ed fifteen out of eighteen conncilmen.
The vote was about a medium one. The
reserve towns generally show Republi
can gains, although politics were ignored
iu many eases.
Sam Fbancisco, April 6. The work of
attaching the steamer of; the Pacific
Mail Company on account of amounts
due the Panama Railroad Company has
been commenoed. The City of Panama
was levied on yesterday. The Granada,
now due from Australia, will be the next.
The Montana, from Panama, and Dakota,
from Oregon, will be attaobed on their
arrival, if considered necessary, to secure
alleged indebtedness. It is considered
doubtful whether the company will hold
together muoh longer and it is rumored
that the China line is likely to fall into
the hands of the trans-continental rail
road companies, while Clyde St Co., in
the interest of the Panama Railroad
Company, will control the trade to
Panama. The Australian line it is sup
posed might be oontinued by Jay Gould
or the Central Paoitio or abandoned.
The movement on the Chinese ques
tion is already beginning to bear the
proper kind of fruit. Eckstein Brothers,
shoe manufacturers, have determined to
do away with Chinese labor in their fac
tory as fast as they possibly oan and sub
stitute white labor instead.
Samnal H. Harrington, the man who
attempted to rob and murder a broker's
olerk at the Palace Hotel last September.
was placed on trial in the municipal
oourt to-day for assault to murder. The
defense will doubtless be insanitv.
The pedestrian, O'Leory, completed
J00 miles at noon to-day. He continues
in good condition and feels confident of
winning the wager. Roe, his competitor,
has abandoned the contest.
Salt Lake, April 5. This afternoon
about five o'clock the inhabitants of this
city were thrown into consternation by
three terrible explosions suooeedina each
other at few seconds intervals. The
people rushed into the BtxAAfa in lArrnr
horses ran away and excitement wbh
supreme, windows were blown in, doors
torn from their hinges and ohimnova in.
jured. The cause of this terrible ex
plosion and shaking, was not known
until an immense volume of smoke was
seen rising from Arsenal Hill imme
diately north of the oity. Upon this hill
were lour powder magazines, one of
Walker Bros., agents for the California
Powder Co., containing one and a half
oar loads of powder, one of Wells Bros.,
agents for the Oriental Powder Co., con
taining half a oar load, one of Z. C. M. I.
and one of Benj. Jennings, aaen t for tha
Dupont Powder Co., containing 14 tons
or powder exploded. There were no
buildings very oluse to the magazines.
The flouring mill sod water works build
ings on City Crook, were riddled with
boulders. Immense boulders fell oranh.
ing through buildings throughout the
oity, some falling a mile distant. There
were three men at work at one of the
magazines and all that could be found
of them was small pieoes of flesh. The
largest piece being a portion of a foot in
a boot, their names not known. Mr.
Vannata in the 10th Ward, was struok
by a boulder and killed. Jos. Rodden
burg in the 20th Ward, was killed by a
boulder. Quite a number of other per
sons were injured. Other deaths may
ocour, one lady has already died from
fright. The oause of the explosion oan
not be ascertained. It is olaimed that
the men at work were smoking.
Others state that some person fired a
shot in one of the magazines. An im
mense amount of glass is broken in the
Seoond dispatch Two boys, one
named Riohardson and a son of Archie
Hill, went after stook this- morning,
taking their guns; enough remains have
been fonnd near the magazines to iden
tify them as the remains of these boys,
one of their bands was found clutching
a duck. It is now supposed that they
had fired into the magazines causing the
Sah Fbancisco, April C Union Hall
was crowded last night on the occasion
ot the grand anti-Chinese mass meeting.
It is estimated that in and around the
building over 10.000 people were present.
The meeting in tbe hall was opened by
Mayor Bryant, who addressed the assem
bly, urging a moderate, calm and digni
fied expression of publio sentiment, and
introduced Governor Irwin as presiding
officer. The Governor addressed the
meeting at some length, olaiming that
Chinese immigration involved tbe sub
version of Anglo-Saxon civilization on
this coast aud ultimately in tbe United
State, and would result in forming two
classes in tha oommunity, capitalists and
coolies, that in the economical conflict
of tbe two races the whites mast go to the
wall. That if the objeot was to arrive at
the greatest produotion at least expense
oooliea' labor wonld fulfil conditions, but
that there was a higher object whioh was
to develope better specimen of tbe
human raoe, that whoever would de
grade whit labor was an enemy of tbe
human raoe. Thai tbe evil mast
be stopped by working on publio
sentiment on the opposite aide of the
continent and seoure a modification of
the existing BorUngam treaty. At the
close of tbe Governor's speech a hat of
Vice President were elected. Mark
McDonald, the President of tbe Citiaens'
Committee, after .brief address intro
duced Frank Fixley, who read the reso
lutions prepared by the Committee
which, after a preamble eettiue forth tha
extent of the evil they were oalled to com
bat, the degrading influence of;the Chi
nese influx the impossibility of assimilat
ing them with tbe.white population and
its demoralizing effect in fostering want,
idleness and crime on the hard workino
olasso demanded for this coast and the
ooontry'a the protection of the General
Government. It was recommended that
a delegation be sent to Washington to
procure the abrogation or modification
of treaty and the making of a new one,
of a strictly commercial character. All
other remedies have been tried and
failed. Recognizing the rights ot Chinese
now in the oountry, no violont measures
wonld be countenanced, but redress
must be sought by legal means ut the
hands of tbe supreme law making power.
The resolutions adopted amid great ap-
nlnnna. Tha TTnn C T. Tttrlan.1 r a..
Jose, next addressed the meeting, fol
lowed Dy lion, run iioacn, lion. Geo.
Barstow, Dr. J. Campbell, Dr. Shorb,
H. E. Highton, Stewart M. Taylor. Thos.
Ryan, Rev. Dr. Cox, Lieutenant Gov.
Johnston and O. N. Wozencraft. The
speeches were all of the same general
tenor, moderate in tone, depreciating all
attempts at a violent solution of tbe
problem, but urging united, continuous
and conservative legal aotion to attaiu
the desired end. The principal argu
ment being direoted to tbe necessity o!
aotion on the part of the treaty making
power to modify the Burlinganie treaty.
Mr. Wozencraft took different ground
and struck the keynote by advocating a
recourse to the legal tribunals to do away
with future immigration by attacking
SVStem of cnntrifcpt hv whinfi nnnMaa
brought to tha country in contravention
ui mo ireaiy, imputations and laws 01
tho land which he claimed was the most
direct, sensible and proper course to be
pursued. Tbe remarks of tbe various
speakers wera well received and elicited
frequent applause. The Btreet meeting
was also addressed by a number of speak
ers to the same general effect. At about
11 o'clock the assembly quietly dispersed,
perfect auiet reiuned thrminhnnt (ha
city during the evening. Ample pre
cautious uau oeen tuKen to prevent any
breach of peace, but no occasion arose
for the interference of the authorities.
A Frenchman named Lakard Dohlman
committed suicide about 5 o'clock last
evening at tbe Morton House, by shoot-
Ina himHftlf llirnnoh tha hr.nrt Un
oause assigned for the act, the deceased
wns bdoui ji years or age and had lately
been following a Bporting life.
Sole Agency. W. R. Wilson is sole
agent for San Francisoo Post, Daily En
terprise, Salt Lake Tribune and Eureka
Sentinel. Also dealer in California and
New York newspapers, sohool books,
stationery, music, cigars and tobacco,
Press Wand's Saloon. tf
Daily Entkiipbise, San Franoisco
PoBt, Sentinel, S. F. Call, Salt Lake
Tribune nnd 8. F. Conrrier sold by
W. R. Wilson, dealer in music, musio
paper, school-books, reading matter,
oigars and tobacco, at Press Wand's
The immense sales of Hale's Honev
of Horebound and Tar proves that the
people consider it the only Bure remedy
for coughs nnd colds and all pulmonary
diseases. Sold by all druggists. Pine's
Tootbaobe drops cure in one minute.
If you want any tin' ware, sheet iron
and copper ware manufactured or repair
ed, and alno nlnmhi. a inn..:MM.
frO tO J. J. TTnlnin Ik n .. . 1
c ....... it- vu., nuu Diuiuuv
none but first-class workmen. tf .
" Convince a man acainst his will, of
the same opinion," that Panaca Saloon
set out fine liquors and fragrant cigars
for One Price' One Bit!! lm
That celebrated individual Mr. T.
Rail was resurreoted vesterdav mornino
by the application of large doses of
Cyrus Noble's celebrated whisky.
Db, J. S. Hammond has established an
office nvnr lha Ktnta Ttnnb Tan;.l.-.-
j ....... , i.iiniutuu n
Jas. Fmley's house, Cedar street.
Received. A book oontaininrr a de.
soriotion of tha A
Pn. etc W. R. Wilson.
Full assortment of arooeriea and nrn.
visions at T. C. Poujodo's, Meadow Vol
ley street. tf.
Coonao, brandy, fine whiskv. Holland
gin, and old Jamaica rum, at T. C Pou
Frtfcnn imnnrtail PIn. . t
- ,.w. -"i, viKBiD jun. loumvvu
by W. R. Wilson. j
I AM DrenAfflfl In matra nnnlvAAia in
furnish ice. 2t I Vf. R. Wilson.
I have Saw-dust to soli.
W. R. Wilson.
Fkksh Garden RauA .(AT? 1 !.
der's Drug Store. ' '
iMPOBTRn aharrv nnl ml .law...
at Poujade's. . t(
House to rent nn T.annn nt.n. tut
R. Wilson. ' if '
Best hrnnila nf Tnh Bjmn n n rl Aim, at
O. B. FliH,
MOTT, FISH & CO..
Moadow Valley St.
I HVL DE ORTERS
And Dealers in
MILL AND limDfCr SUPPLIES.
Iron and Steel.
PIOCHE HOSE COMPANY,
mHERE WILL BE A REGULAR
X MONTULl MKETLNU Of PlOCllt
lloae company, Mo. 1, on
Friday Evening;, April Tth, 18T6,
At their Hoee House, Main street, at 7 o'clock.
As the regular monthly buHlueas will come
before tbe meeting, all member, are requested
hi d preaens.
By order ot the President,
at LOUIS SULTAN, Secntary.
BANK OP NEVADA,
Baud of DtTMteni
JOint t. KET.T.FT PraafcM
JAS. FTNLATSON Vic rraaldani
CHA9. A. WIEDERHOLD. Baercfc
O.F. PHIL80W J. W. WEIGHT.
u. . LUBBOCK,. HABBT L THORNTON
Attorn.y.i THORNTON, IK1XEY OARBEB
DEPOSITS BECKIVXD. EITHER ON OPEN
account or to iaaaa ccrtlOcaloa IWafor pay.
EXCHANGES DHAWN UPON
NEW YORK and SAN FRANCISCO,
And other principal citle of tbe D. 8.
LONDON, DUBLIN, PARIS, BERLIN
And all of tbe principal cltl of Europe.
Currency Bought and Sold.
Collections Promptly Made.
Railroad and Minlnr Stocks Bought
aud Sold on Commission.
c Monoy Leaned on Stock. la
LAIDLAW k CO., Afrentaof tha Bankl .
of California Hew York
LONDON and RAN rTtANClBOO
BANK LIMITED and J. H.
LATHAM CO., Block
J. W. WRIGHT, Bank Managpr.
W. E. GRIPPIlff,
an D tout
IEANHACTS A GENERAL BANKING BTJ8
I NEWS. Deno.lt. received on Open Ac
count or Certificate lamed tberetor.
Exchange drawn on all tbe principal cities of
the United Slate., Canada and Europe.
Will pnrchaae Silver and Crude Bullion or
make adrance. on nam. and ahip for owner,
WELLS, FARGO dt CO.,
San Francisco, Cal.
WKLLs, FARGO dt CO.,
88 Broadway, New York.
EIVES, 6l ALLEN,
61 King William afreet, London, Eng.,
Agent. Wells, Fargo A Go.
OFFICE In Wells, Fargo tt Co's Building,
Main street, Pioche. Nevada. mrt6-W
MEADOW VALLEY STREET,
rr STREET, jarov -v
Opposite Dexter Stable.
Glbfrled dt BrUachar, Proprietors.
Freah Ovatara in mmm atvl
Open day and night for tbe aooommodatlon ot
u ffUMllO. 1133-11
11HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING
, LEASED thi. popular House,
has bad the same thoroughly ren
ovated and repaired. The
ROOMS ARE LARGE
AND WELL VENTILATED; TDK
Will be supplied with the beet the market
anoras. and no nain. irtuwi t n,.ir
comfortable and at home.
Will be supplied with hot and cold water.
A ahara nf miKlln , i- .
BOliOlted. I---was. -UJ
A. D. MILLETl, Prop's-.
July 11th, 187B. Jyll-tf
NEW YORK BAKERY
LAOOUR STREET, PIOOHE.
J0HU 0HAPPI Proprietor.
PATRONS WILL FIND EVERYTHING THAT
1. to be found In Pioche Market.
TOO Ui Mm GET WHAT TOU CUl FOR,
Board by the Dy, Week or Month,
on Reaaonabla Terms.
PRIVATE ROOKS ELEGANTLY AND NEW
LY fnrnished for Dinner.. Ball Bnnnar ami
Meal, at All Uonra.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT fn. II..
datlonof the Public. mrlu-tf
(FORMERLY thh latatrtx)
MRS. W. C. GLISSAN,
BOARD 840.00 PEB MONTB.
rilHIU RESTAURANT HAS LATELY
I hMn flttAri tin In tha hnafc nluU
The table will be aupplied with tbe
boat that can be found In the market.
No pain, will be spared to accommodate
A .hare ot public patronage solicited.
J. EISEN1IANN & CO.,
A.JCTD DSALiimS 1X7
STOVES, CBOCKERT, GLASS
WARE, nnd HOUSE FURN
Copper, Tin and Sheet-Iron Ware, Plnmbers,
nan uiu uw mini,
YKTB ARB NOW PREPARED TO DON.
If tract for Air ripe, Blowers, Fumaoe
ripe, un romps, ae ot anv required slaw and
Also Agent, tor tbe Celebrated Book's Patent
w mm, ml.,
SALT LAKE CITY.
ONLY ONE NIGHT'S
Road Nvwly Starhad with Fowr nnd
Hlx-horaa Teaaao and (anrard
flARRYING U. 8. MAIL, AND WKLLS. FAR
J Art a an a .Ttm
STAGES LEAVE AT A. M.
CIHCO, for aale at WELLS. FARGO a GO'S
office In Pioche. Fare the same a. via Hamilton
and Pallaada. Partlr. holding Through Ticket,
can .top over at any point on tbe road aa long
H.V, MM. WW,, ITJ1-U
EVERY OTHER DAY
AND HALF-DAILY FROM
II A MILTON TO ROBINSON AND
AND TRI. WEEKLY FROM
HAMILTON TO CHEERY CHEEK
GILMEE & SALISBURY, Proprietors.
CARRYING U. B. MAIL AND WELLS, FAB.
GO a OO.'S EXPRESS.
Tho Tana Lines nawlr stoched with
Cino AMERICAN HORSES nnd
now CONCORD COACHES,
btase. laava Ploeha at 0. nlw a ar
making oloea connection with Railroad Stag
Offleo nt Wolla, Farfc-o dt Co. 'a,
0. BENDKRaox. uao. T. Brvn.
HENDERSON & RIVES
HAVE MOVED TO THE HRICK BUILD
ING occupied by Walla, Fariro fe
Co., Main street, where they will oontluue to
BUY tfc SELL STOCKS
STRICTLY ON COMMISSION,
Maura. WOODS) b FREEBORN, Stook
Meaara. WELLS, FARGO dt CO., Bankers,
tnrt-tf BAN FRANOISCO,
G. R. ALEXANDER.
Druggist ana Apothecary.
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE
Pure Drugs, Medicines
Chemicals, Perfumery, Snaps,
3LU Toilet Ax-tlcles,
LOWEST POSSIBLE PEI0E.
Main St., Pioche, opposite Laeour St.
CHAS. STEIN fc CO.,
MAIN STREET, PIOOHE, NEVADA,
Wholesale and Betail Sealers
LIQUORS & CIGARS.
Promptly attended to.
STONE STORE, WEST SIDE LAOOUR STREET
PIOOHE OITY, NEVADA,
Dealer in Groceries, Pro
visions ana General
Hlgheet price paid for Oonntrv Pradnna. anah
as Potato., Bgga, Bntter. eto, jes-tf
THE STAGE BOY,
CITIZENS OF BULLIOSVILLE
To understand that he will
npi lythem with tbe
The Market ot Pioche or Bnlllonville can give
uwui. no win open nop on
Monday-, tha Oth day of March.
mrS-tf WM. CULVERWELU
A. J. BLAIR,
MAIN, POST, AND PIOCHE BTS.,
I AN SUPPLY ALL KINDS OF MINING
and Buildlns Lumber. Sawed Lumbar.
Lathe. Shinslea. Plcketav Ac. from Natlva
Whol, 1 ar Retail at Bainhla
8AL00H8 k LIQTJQ& E0TTST3.
JA8.PIJCBSO" a. DAMBsT
PIERSON fc DAXXXXEZ1
KABO? YALLET BBBiEST, "
Oa Mala and Meadow Yalta?
TDK PROPRIETORS TAXX FLIAITTRB IP
ln'ormlng old patnaa aad aww ones, that
tbay will continue U kcp the
finest winks, utxcoRSdi cigars
V THIS MARKET.
Then 1. alas rinh and Card Bum, inn
Betted with tba above TtrtaHlahnaat
Give Uism sk Oavll,
fl DORADO SALOON,
MAIN ST.. FIOCflB.
J. O. MeCORZXICK
MAIM STREET, PIOCIIK.
a-, xx. GAaaiBY,
KEEP THI BEST WINES, LIQUORS AND
CIGARS that era nntalnahu la k rraiti
Laconr St., Pioche, Nov.
HAVING JCST LEASED TBE ABOVK
well-known naloon, I am now nrenarea
to furnlah the publio with tbe
Finest Wines, LiqiQ and Cigars
To be fonnd In the Pioche Market.
A FINE BILLIARD TABLE
In goodrnnnlng order la the Saloon. MUSIO
it-tf CHAS. BELLOW, Proprietor.
p. ii. win mm,
Corner Main and Meadow Valley eta.
rwiTnn Ta rurmruxrwrtY v a nr an nn rs rw
- - vawHMiiavaia s AV AUaVAiveS VAI UnVaB
X KRAI, rwiort by all who ludulga in
uistii uiTti iiim a call.
CHAS. QOEDICKE, -- -. Proprietor.
WILL FURNISH SALOONS AND FAML
Beer, Beast 2iXM3Atjr
In ouantltlea to auit. BotUad Beer always
Jnat fitted np for use of Families,
wmm & guide
SUCCESSORS TO A. C. SORDON.
IMPORTERS AND WHOLKSALX
. DEALERS IK
Wines Liqnora tk Cig-ars
Fire-Proof Buildlns La
BETWEEN THE FOBTOFFlCli A Mi
Goods Takenjn Storage.
IN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE a
I. attached, where nothing but flna Llqaara
seleoted from the above .took will be dlapaueed.
JUST ARRIVED AT
MILLER i BENNETT'S
un fsahcisco iwm,
MEADOW VALLEY STREET,
A Laaoi iior or
No. I LAGER DEER
DIRECT FROM BAN FRANCISCO. I AM
ready to sell to all patrontaera by
GLASS, Q,IJART, GALLON AND KEG,
D llvered Free of Charge.
THE BAB IS WELL SUPPLIED WITH THI
beat aaaortmeut of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars Ha
TWO HO. I
In the Saloon. Billiards SB Cents a Game.
Give oa a call and von will ha anaa tn And
what yon want. nao-tf
FTJLKS fc ZXoALPUT,
wnouaaiAi AMD aaTatu DBAuaa i
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigcrs,
Proprietors Ceeaaepalltaa Snaaan.
Meadow Valley Street,
11HE PROPRIETORS TAKE PLEASURE IN
. Informing old patrona and new ones that
they will continue, aa heretofore, to keep
IN THIS MABXXT.
Ml LB 8 QUILLBII,
Dealer in Groceries,
WDTEB AID UQUCL3,
M.ndew Valley Si .
biaheat arte rtt lot Vtak
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