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BI SILMXB A SALUBCBT'S HAMILTON LINE: Bob Wilson Newt Richard. Emanuel Champion and lady Fiek at Alps Mill. Yesterday a fire occurred in the wood pile at the Alps mill, caused by a spark from the mill or blacksmith shop. The alarm was quickly given, and the men rusued out to extin guish it. They pulled the mass of wood away from the burning portion, at the same time turning a heavy stream of water on through the mill hose, which extinguished the fire in a very short time Very little damage was dona to the wood pile. Pax-Day. Friday was pay-doy at the Raymond & Ely mine for labor in the mrae and on the railroad, a large sum of mouej being disbursed. Times, how. e?er. ware kind o slow in conseqaenoe of lie horrible disagreeable weather, men sot carina to stir around much; not wishing their eyes filled with dust and dirt. To-day (Saturday) all cotitraot work will be settled, and on Monday mercounts will be paid for supplies. Rkdimption Fund. Bids for the $1,000 now in the Redemption Fud of Lincoln county and for which scrip of tbe outstanding indebtedness is to be iurrended closed last evening. The bids will be opened to-day by tbe Count v commissioners and the awards to the different bidders made. Fibs Wabdkn. As the weather will loon be dry and warm, and the different vood buildings be in the condition of so much tinder, tbe Board of Delegates would do well to take into consideration tbe self clion of a fire warden to look out lor affairs. Thk Mrs. Vanatta who wss killed at Salt Lake City on Wednesday last by being struek with a boulder at the time oi the explosion of the magazines at that piace, was the wire of a former resident of riocbe. Pbobably a Fibs. We noticed yester day afternoon a big smoke down the Vftll6V tnavdd TT.M T.inlil'il n,Ai: Whether it proceeded from the burning u' nuiroaa wood, brush or buildings we ttwie to learn. uiroYoBX, U. T. Our readers will obserrtbj the advertisement that the '"to York, Utah, the terminus of the ff' fd. by the Salt Lake stage, is now v uuuars. . D . auiKtrnOK 110SB. This enmnnnv their regular monthly meeting last "umg, at ttteir nonse on Laoour. The "guiar monthly ousiness was transacted, aiwr wmon me meeting adjourned. Wimdx. Owing to the extreme violanoe of the wind, tin cans, stones, pebbles, to., were flying round the streets yester day, just as if they were as light as slips impcr. iu Bcoiuenis nave Happened vujr uuuaea, uowever. Btaoss. The Hamilton and Salt Lake tages left Pioche yesterday morning at 'gat o oiock tbe Hamilton stage with passengers ana me salt .Lake with' " any. 4 MMTUta of tbe Ligbtner Hook and Mer Company was held at the Justice . o?rmuK Bfc flVTeu O QlOCH, IHO of special importance was trang PAffl tjp. The American Flag Mill h" r.l.nin Company yesterday dis oiManrcnntdU9by h' Pom Mail. The pony mail arrived Uh'?iD? at, h"-P o'clock, C.?P,,,ly larR Western mail. No! ostein paper mail arrived, u. Bollior Shbpmknt. Wells', Fargo & 12.57oPed bul,ion ye8leyitilued at torna. .. 1f?D"-Brou Syke. re- ''"irutah ",ning from To 8icg,-Diatrlot An.,.. Hi. u. j uuiuiuwaiie County Commissioners .ill m..i the usual monthly business. acH1?.3 - o'clock fo ti,. 1 A 5AKCra.Ttfk le speaking of aant wnut to the studio of Mr. Eingsbory, of that city. refers in flittering termi to the effort of Miss Minnie Stanton, daughter of Mrs. Stanton, of this tow a. The Tribune says : " Miss Minnie Stanton, s nataral artist, we found busy on a beautiful oil painting, representing a Scotch High lander palling two ponies np an ascent. It was a copy, bat we mast do the young lady the credit of stating that it sur passed the original.for the merry Scotch man's countenance appears the hand somest in the copy. This fact may be accounted for by the painter being young and unsophisticated. Miss Stanton will make a mark as an oil painter." Jcsticb Cocbt. The following busi ness was transacted in the Justice Court yesterday: State of Nevada against Steele, tax suit for $44.00, percentage and costs of suit; judgment given in faTor of plaintiff. Stste of Nerada against the Hercules S. M. Co., tax suits for $14.00, percentage and costs of suit; judgment given in favor of plaintiff. U. r reudentbal vs. Kingberry, attachment suit for $48.50; judgment given plaintiff for the the amonnt claimed and coats. The attachment suit of Geo. C. Johnston against John Doe for $140, is set for trial to-day, April 8th, at one p. m. Thb Wcatheb. Yesterday was an in tensely disagreeable day, owing to the heavy winds prevailing, which sent olouds of dust np and down the streets. almost blinding pedestrians; for that reason all those who were not otherwise compelled remained at their places and closed the doors. A storm was threat enea tnrougnout tne day, wmon, owing to the mildness o( the weather, would probably bo a shower of rain. Loos out fob Stovkpipbs. Owing to the high winds prevailing our citizens would do well to examine their stove pipes to-day to see that they are in proper condition and that they have not become loosened by the wind. A little attention to this matter may save a con flagration which at the present time would be very disastrous to Fioche, Tat Fioche Hose Company met last evening at seven o'clock, but adjourned without transacting any business until Tuesday evening, to meet at the same Hour and place. BY TELEGRAPH! spkcial to ran PIOOHB daily bkoobd, by westebn union lins. EASTERN DISPATCHES. Nkw Tons, April 7. At a meeting of the New York and Brooklyn Association of Congregational Ministers yesterday in the Church of the Puritans, the reso' lution of Professor Martin, which pro. vided for tbe investigation of Beecher'a acts by a committee of five from the As. sociation, was lost. Rev. Geo. Whipple, Moderator, read a letter of Dr. Starr's which was in substance that he had heard his name had been mentioned in connection with a committee to investi gate the scandal, and that he wished to decline. Resolutions were offered by Dr. Henry Storrs, and read as follows Resolved, That a committee of five be appointed by this association and re quested to publicly invite any parties professing to have evidence or knowledge of evidence not already investigated be fore a civil court to appear before the committee, and said committee be re quested to give to them or any parties bringing definite charges against Beecher, whatever aid called for by these parties, in order to make such a presentment of the same before tbe committee as shall be likely to si euro the earliest possible determination. R-solved, That in the name of our so- oused brother, and in the interest of truth and Christianity, this association desires and invites all persons claiming to have such evidence or bringing such charges to avail themselves of this means if they desire such help for laying tbe same before the Committee of Inves tigation. Resolved, That if those who claim to have evidence, or to be able to substan tiate charges of immorality against Beeober, knowingly fail to make use of this or other means to bring such charges or evidence before the Committee of In vestigation, this association, in absence of further light, must hold itself hence forth amply justified in utterly condemn ing these charges, allegations, insinua tions and rumors as false and slanderous, and defend Mr. Beecher as a worthy, honorable and beloved member of this body, etc Washikotok, April 7. The Sergeant- at-Arms of the Honae of Representatives has instructed the warden of the United States Jail to furnish meals to Hallett Kilbourne at a cost not ezoeeding one dollar daily. CiirowNATi, April 7. A meeting of the general managers of a number of promi nent railroads for the purpose of arrang ing a general rato on freight, with the idea of doing away with commissions. takes plaoe at the Grand Hotel Parlors to-day. ""'""i iapm i, a. sensation was produoed on the Board of Trade this morning, when it was discovered that Frank Camblos, a member of the Board. naa witudrawn his acoount from the bank and had absoonded, leaving about from 550,000 to 600,000 bushels of wheat unprovided for. He has been a bull.and bought largely during the reoent rise, so that his loss on the whole amount is two to three cents per bushel. Tbe decline which has ooourred of late alarmed him. and it is supposed he has gone to Cali fornia with what money be had. The members who lost by this transaction were obliged to throw a large amount of wheat on the market, which occasioned a rapid decline. PACIFIC COAST. Eubkka, Nev., April 7. This mornina. about half past three o'clock, three pistol shots were fired in rapid succession near the corner of Main and Clark streets. The shots were fired by Dan Sullivan, gambler, and the victim was Joseph Shram, oommonly known as Dutch Joe, a member or the same profession. Two of the shots took effect; one in th left shoulder, inflating a slight flesh wound, Md olher iB abdoolin M thn. inchet Mow th, . . naval. There is scarcely possibility of the Utter failing to prove fatal as the bullet passed direct ly through th bowels. After th shoot ing, which took place on the sidewalk in front of th corner saloon, Sullivan started around , the corner down Clark street, when officer HcKe followed and arrested him and took him to jail. The trouble commenced in the Sazerae saloon, where both had their pistols out bnt no shooting was don until they got out on th sidewalk. Schram did not fire his pistol. Th origin of th diffi culty is not known, or any further par ticulars except that Schram was 'con siderably under tbe influence of liquor and Sullivan was sober. Sam Fbanctsco, April 7. Tbe Msyor and the six Chinese companies held a long consultation on the proposition to send all the Chinese prostitutes baok to Chija. Representatives of the Mongol tan corporations admitted that there were not more then 10,000 Chines in San Fraucisco who refused to acknowl edge allegiance to the Chines com panies. It they decied 'that th lewd women Bhall return to China their com mands will be obeyed. The companies now have the proposition under con sideration and before many days will port what they will be willing to do. A oomplamt was filed to-dny in the Fourth District Court by the Panama Railroad against th Pacific Mall Com. pany to reoover $338,049 due by defend ant for the transportation of goods and passengers across the Isthmus between Maroh 1, 1875, and 1876. The first Chines divoro suit in the Stat has been brought by a christianized Chinese woman, Lun Choy Tung. At the time of marriage both were pagans, and her husband adhered to his idols, and failing by rough usage to make her see the error of her new departure de serted her, on which grounds she brings suit. Los Anoklis, April 7. The day has been cloudy with indications of rain, which is looked for to-glght., It is re marked by old settlers' hat th grass orop was never better in Southern Cali fornia than it is this season. The pros pects of the agriculturalists are all that can be desired. The railroad is completed to the south end of Tehachipi Pass. A locomotive passed through Tunnel No. S yesterday. Opposition to the act of the Legisla ture creating a Board of Publio Works is quite strong, and by a vote of the City Council the Governor was telegraphed to withhold action in appointments nntil our oitizens oould be heard from. San Fbancisoo, April 7. At four p, m., yesterday as the navy yard schooner Freed was coming alongside the Ports. mouth, her mast fouled and carried away her mnin top gallant sail boom, which in falling struck and instantly killed Major W. 0. Root, who was standing upon the Freeda's deck. Tbe schooner was at once dispatched back to the navy yard with Lieutenant Moore in charge of the remains. Major Boot was widely and favorably known and had been for many years in charge of the dry uock m Mare Island. At a meeting of tbe Centennial Com mittee for oolloction of subscription Into districts. The solioitors meet this morning to begin work. The offer of Messrs. McCullough and Hill, to give benefits for tbe Centennial Committe at the California Theatre next Wednesday afternoon and evening was accepted. The Republican County Committee met last evening, but adjourned without action until next Wednesday. In the meantime it is proposed to attempt to obtain the co-operation of the Indepen dent Committee. Pbincbton, Cal., April 6. Th body of J. Blum, of San Franoisoo, who dis appeared March 23d, was found in the Sacramento river near here.he was a well known merchant formerly of Solano county. The verdict of the jury was ac cidental drowning. FOREIGN NEWS. London, April 7. Arrived out steam ships Anchorite, Sidonian, State of Vir ginia and Navarine, from New York. In consequence of an increase in the Bank of Bengal's rate of disoount on notes in the market for silver to-day wps strong at fifty-three and a half pence offered. The report published in th Paris Siecle of the death of Home, a Spiritu alist, 1b untrue. Wm. E. Gray, of New York, who was up before Bow Street Police Court yes- A 5 M - isruav lor alleged lorgeries, was re manded to April 13th. but as the United States legation is unwilling to base oharges on the papers now here, he will be further remanded to Thursday to await th arrival of tha Amerioan officer, now on his way here, who will bring two tresh indiotments. It is thought that tbe extradition of Charles Brent, charged with frauds on the Fall City and Tobaooo National Bank of Louisville, and Gray will be governed by th decision in the Winslow case. Nothing further can be said at present about tbe negotiations, The TJ. S. Government has presented its view of th matter, and it is supposed that Great Britain is now taking tbe opinion of her law offioers. District Attorney Dver. of Missouri. testified before the Committee examin ing into tbe St. Louie whisky trials, that the testimony taken before Grand Jnry in the Baboook ease, wbiob was all in the hands of the defense, leaked ont through a Grand Jnror named Fox, one of tbe two who voted against Baboook'a indictment. Dyer is now entirely satis fled of tbe good faith of Pierrepont, tbe President and all others he was sus pioious of. Sols Aowcct. W. K. Wilson it sole agent for San Franoisoo Post, Daily En terprise, Salt Lake Tribnne and Eureka Bentinel. Also dealer in California and New York newspapers, school books, stationery, music, oigara and tobacco, Press Wand's Saloon. tf " Comvinci a man against his will, of tbe same opinion," that Psnaca Saloon set ont fine liquors and fragrant cigars for On Price' On BUM. lm Daily Extsipbim, Ban Francisco Post, Sentinel, S. F. Cell. Salt Lake Tribnne and S. F. Courtier sold bv W. B. Wilson, dealer in mnsie, mnsie paper, school-books, tvading matter, cigars and tobacco, at Press Wand's Saloon. if Tbb immena sales of Hale's Honey of Horehound end Tar proves that tbe people consider it the only sure remedy for coughs and colds and all pulmonary diseases. Sold by all druggists. Pise's Toothache drops cure in on minute. If yon want any tin ware, sheet iron and copper war manufactured or repair ed, and also plumbing at Tory low prices, go to J. J. Halpin It Co., who employ none but first-class workmen. tf . That celebrated individual Mr. T. Reil wss resurrected yesterday morning by the application of large doses of Cyrus Noble s celebrated whisky. ' Db, J, S. Hammond has established an offioe over the State Bank. Residence Jas. Finley'a bouse. Cedar street. RrciivuD. A book containing a de scription of tbe Andersonville Prison fen. etc. W. li. Wilson, Full assortment of groceries snd pro visions at T. C. Poojnde's, Meadow Vat ley street. "tf. Coonao, brandy, fine whisky, Holland gin, and old Jamaica rum, at T. C. Pon jade's. tf Frksh imported Cigars just received uy n. A. WILSON. I ah prepared to mnke contracts to rarnish ice. 2tJ W. R. Wilson. I bavb Saw-dust to sell. tf W. R. Wilson. Fbbrh Garden Seeds at G. R. Alexan der's Drug Store. Impobted sherry, port and claret wines ai ronjaae s. "tf HorrsB to rent on It. Wilson. Laconr street. W. tf Bkst brands of Tobacco snd cigars at runjao.es. "tf I. B. Hon, Ja., Sacramento. 9. R. Fiaa, riocna. MOTT, FISH & CO.. Meadow Valley St. PIOCHE - - NEVADA. X IMC 3a O XI T 13 It. S And Dealttrg in HARDWARE!, MILL AND MINING SUPPLIES. Blacksmith's Iron and Hardware, Steel, STOVES, A.rxc5i Tinware, fei-tf J. E1SEN1NN & (0., MAIS.. STREET, PIOCHE NEVADA IMPORTERS DEALERS IN HAB.DWA Ti 1T1 STOVES, CROCKERY. GLASS. " A K. and HOUSE FURN. I8H1NG GOODS. Hallllfactnrnmi nf" Cupper, Tin snd Bbeet-Iron Wan. Plumbers, meam ana Oae Fitters. WB ARK NOW PREPARED TO OOH tract for Air Pin. mn., v ,ot any required aiae and weight. Alfto Affenta for tha aniAhMhut n..b'. t. . Oook 8tOTS. nB.t, JOHN ROEDER, STOKE STORE. WEST SIDE LAOOUR STREET PIOCHE OITT, NEVADA, Dealer in Groceries, Pro visions and. General Merchandise. Highest oHoe oald for rvmntr vmno mm. as Potatoes. Mggt, Batter, eta. les-tf AUCTION SALES. AUCTION NOTICE. FOR SALE. WILL BE BOLD ON THE SIXTH DAT of March, at Publio Auction, tha Lot and premises known as The Independent Market, 81tuated on Main street, .between Henry Wei. land's and The Nevada Market. A private sale of this property can be made sooner by appli cation to tha auctioneer. M. H. LICHTENBTEIN, 18-td Auctioneer. for aLXaia. WELL BE BOLD AT PRIVATE SALE THE House and Lot on Pioche Street, adjoin ing J. R. Staples' store. The house contains five rooms. Thla property mnat be sold Imme diately, as the parties are about to remove from the county. For full particular inquire of M. H. LICHTENBTEIN, f 18-lmo Auctioneer, Main atreot. 8. O. STEELE. J. A. TCRRTLL. STEELE & TURRILL, ' dealer, nr IT. VV n.XXd riiOTjn And all kinds of PRODUCE. FREE CORRAL, open to Teamsters. A iupflt or OROOZIRXBa OS HID. STEELE k TURRILL, ID-lf Lower Main street, Pioche, Ne. 1. OOOK. HENRY REED, LIVERY STABLE, MEADOW VALLEY STREET, PIOOHE NEVADA 0001 St SEED, PROPEIETOES. ANEW ASSORTMENT OF ROCK awara. Bumrlos. Teams and Sad dle Horses on hand and to let oa short notice. Stock Boarded by the Day or Week snd care. roily attended. Jel-tf HOTELS k RESTAURANTS. SAN FRANCISCO RESTAURANT m 23 aOl XS. XL? MEADOW TALLKT STRUT. T iTBMT. -av Stable. Opposite Daxtrr OlbMMl BrtaMker. rnarltlam. Ptesa Oyaten ta every etyla. Ona daw and nUht for tha aoMaanurtaMiui ni ha public aas-ir SAN JOSE MAIN STREET, PIOCHE NEVADA. THE TJNDKRBIONED HAVING LEASED this popular Honaa, has had tha earn thoroughly rea- ovatod and repaired. The ROOMS ARE LARGE AND WELL VENTILATED; THE Will be supplied with the beat the market afford., and no pains aporedto make gueata TUB BAILEES Will be supplied with hot sad cold water, Charges reasonable. A .bare of Dublin natrau.. 1. navMptfiiii. .Ilnlll " " " A. D. MILLER, Prop'r. July 11th, 1S7S. Jyll-tf NEW YORK BAKERY AND- Orestaihist LAOOUR STREET, PIOCHE. JOHN 0HAPPI Proprietor. T)ATRON8 WILL FIND EVERTTHINO THAT j. i. to ue round In Pioche Markets. TOO UN ILWiTS GET WHIT YOU ULl FOR Board by the Day, Weak or Month, on Rea.aona.ble Terms. TkRIV ATE ROOMS ET.KOANTT.V ANnnnw. I LT furaiahad for Dinner.. lull fliintiikP strut vtvuuuiaj a eX VI OB . KmIi at All Honrs. OPEN DAT AND NIGHT for th MmmniA. awion oi ina rutmc. mrlO-tf MEADOW VALLEY RESTAURANT. (FORMERLY THB LArATXTTS) MRS. W. C. GLISSAX, PROPRIETRESS. BOARD S40.00 PER MONTR. rilHIS RESTAURANT HAS LATELY I been fitted up in the beat atyle. The table will be supplied with the uwbi mat can d. rouna in tne market. No pains will be spared to accommodate gueaia. A share of public ptrone solicited, mrai-tf AUDITOR'S REPORT. AUDITOR'S OFFICE, 1 Piochs, Nov., March 3d, 187(1. I To the Honorable Board of County Commls. Mwunrv u, uiuiMJiu (jonniy, flevaaa: I herewith submit my report of the finances of Lincoln County for the quarter year ending March 31at, 1876. Bacxrpis. Caah on hand January 1st, 1876.... .$29,64176 . 1,846 93 . 1.4U6 69 328 76 . 1,668 60 . 1,128 00 . m ieunquew xax 1878, Fioche. . . . " " " " County... " Delinquency thereon " County Licenses " Gaining " Docket Tax " Proceeds Mines, 4th quarter '70 ! " State to County School Fund. . . . 100 00 6,111 26 3,202 87 $43 418 70 Transferred from General Fund to Judge's Salary Fund 960 83 S44.36U68 DiSBuauMum. Paid to snd for State School fund Judge's Salary Fnnd..J"""!" District Attorney's Salary Fund... Auditor's Salary Fund.. ... Treasurer's Salary Fund... Contingent Fund 112,780 63 , 1,637 18 l.tM 66 800 00 222 84 460 00 010 00 F re Fund i7B00 Fire Warden 100 00 Transferred from General Fund to Judge's Salary Fund 060 83 110,703 28 thb TUAsuun'e bkpobt Of March Slat, 1876, exhibits cash on hand as follows: 8'te Fund.. ,S0S School Fund , 3 038 84 'rreasurer'a Salary Fund... 418 24 10,186 32 6,713 38 1,126 66 1,666 86 41 14 766 822 31 694 18 ueneret j? una.. Interest Fund Redemption Fund..! Contingent Fund... Hospital Fund Fire Fund FlreWarden Fund.., School Special Fund, (24.676 30 W. H. HENDERSON, County Auditor. D. C. CLARK BROTHER stone: store, lower main street, PIOCRK, NEVADA, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, POWDER, FTJ8K, AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. uyl-tf TO WHOM XT MAY CONCERN. HAVING SOLD MY STOCK OF GOODS TO John Shim, he will continue buai. ness with an enlarged and well assorted stock of Cigars, Tobacco and Stationery, at tha old stand in Dr. Lee's Drug Store. I cheerfully recommend him to old customers. I intend to go to Ban Francisco very soon and request all persons knowing themselves indebt ed to me to call and fettle immediately with myself or Mr. Shier. mria-30d ROLLA V. WATT. Louis Eullkas Natbah Matxs I Max Aama KULLMAN & ARMER, otroirms aitd deauos n Cigars and Tobacco, MAinffAonmxas or Genuine Havana Cigars, No.. 306 iro 80S BACBAKXirre Sr., ' Near Front RAN FRANCISCO. myS-U CAUTION. LL PERSONS ARB HEREBY WARNED not to purchase or negotiate an order for IS Hundred Dollars (f 100) . drawn bv Fnd'k Kuhls on Messrs. Pieraon fc Danner, In favor oi wm. Aran, as payment oi tne same nas Been topped. ruu, B-uiiui, Ploahe, March 11th, 1876. mrU-IM Burma houses. THE STATE BANK OP NEVADA, PIOOHB. . Baard of Dlrectem JOHN P. EELLET President JAS. ITNLAT80N vice President CHAS. A. WIKDKRHOLD. Baoretary F. PHILSON J. W.WSIQHT. H. 8. LUBBOCK- BARBV L THORNTON. Attaraaya i THORNTON, XXLLXTk GABBER DEPOSITS RECEIVED, EITHER ON OPEN account or to lama arillnUI thanfn nn. able oa demand. XCUANGB DRAWN UPON NEW YORK and BAN FRANCISCO, And other principal cities of the TJ. B. Also upon LONDON, DUBLIN, PABIS, BERLIN And all of the principal ettlas of Europe. Currency Bought and Sold. Collections ProBnptly Hade. Railroad and Minimr Stocks Bontjit and Sold on Commission. " Menay Leaned en Stocks. "ta Corra.paa.daat. t LAID LAW k CO., Agents of the Bank I . oi ueiuanua. i - LONDON and BAN FRANCISCO Latham fin u'.w f Ban ITranolaeo HANK I IMITVn .... T IT Broker. Jal-tf. I. W. WRIGHT. Bank Manager. W. E. GRIFFirj, BAivaxxixt., AD AOXST WELLS, FARCO & CO., PIOCHE, NEV., 1 TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUS INESS. Deposits received on Open Ac count or Certificates Issued therefor. Exchanse drawn on all tha nrlneln.1 iiHia. nf tha United States, Canada and Europe. Will purchase Silver snd Cmd. Dnllinn nr make advanoes on same and khlp for owner's account. OOBJUTSPOHDSXIS I WELLS, FARGO dl CO., San Franclano, Cal. WELLS, FAROO at CO., 05 Broadway, New York. EIVBS, & ALLEN, 61 King William street, London, Eng., . Agents Wells, Fargo fc Co. OFFICE In Wells, Fargo fc Co's Building, bhb .uvfli, riuone, jaevv.ua. mne-ti 0. Hixdibsoii. Gso. T. Rivxs HENDERSON & RIVES Stock Broken, HAVE MOVED TO THE BRICK BUILD ING occupied bv Walla, Farge dt Co., Main street, where they will continue to BUY fc SELL STOCKS STRICTLY ON COMMISSION. CORRESPONDENTS! Messrs. WOODS o FREEBORN, Stock urosers. Messrs, WELLS, FAROO cb CO., Bankers, mrS-tf SAN FRANOISOO. O. R. ALEXANDER, Druggist ana Apothecary. KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON BAND A LARGE lot of Pure Drop, Medicines Chemicals, Perfumery, Soaps, ....AHD.... -tvll Toilet Articles. ,....A THB.... LOWEST POSSIBLE PEI0E. Slain St., Pioche, opposite Lacoar St. mya-tf CHAS. STEIN JSC CO., MAIN STREET, PIOCHE, NEVADA, BTOIIAGI1 Aim COMMISSION HOUSE, Wholesale and Retail Dealers IK FIXE WINES. LIQUORS& CIGARS. COUNTRY ORDERS Promptly attended to, oi-tf BILLY, THE STAGE BOY, wishes, ma CITIZENS OF BDILIOHVILLE To understand that he will aupilythem with the BEST MEAT! The Market of Pioche or Bullionville can give .uvui. no wiu upen onop on Monday, tha Otis day of March. mrf-tf " WM. COLTER WELL. ALPS MILL. J: CUSTOM ORES RECEIVED AND WORKED ON SHORT NOTICE. A. J. BLAIR, dle-tf Snperintendent. LUMBER! V. WEAVER, MAIN, POST, AND PIOCHE BTS., CAN SUPPLY ALL KINDS OP MINING and Building Lumber. Sawed Lumber. Laths, Shlndee, Picketa, Ac, from Native i. am oar. r Katall at lesstssals eoT-af 8ALQQ1T8 LIQUOl EGUZH J AS. PIKBbON LID ANNS. PIERSON fc DAXX1TXZX meadov'vaiIaET liSirHT Oa Mala and Meadow Telle FtRST-C LASS SALOOrt. rtlHE PROPBIXTOBS TAD PLEABTJU Of ,4 lu'ormlns old patrons and saw caes, thai Uwy will foatlnua to keep the FINEST WINKS, LUtTJOBMat CISAM IN THIS MARKET. There Is aim Clak an rmwJ m. n acted with tha above aMsbUabaaat, GHve tesm sv OaOL a-USl-Vf El MAIN ST., FIOCHE. J. o. MoconmcE PROPRIETOR. FINEST XVITAJEiBI. XsXQTTOXlsB Mac OXOA.3R.Kvt. mylT.tf CAPITOL SALOOXX, MAIN STREET, PlOCm. sr. c. ots PBOPRUCTOM. K EEP THB BEST WINES, LIQUORS AND uiuajw mat are oinainaoia in tat united mylSM BRICR SALOON, Laeear BU, Ploeha, Not, HA VINO JTJBT LEASED THB ABOVB well-known saloon, I am bow prepared iroiah tha publio with tbe Finest Wines, Liquors md (Sip To be found in tha Pioche Market. A FINE BILLIARD TABLE In eood running order la the Saloon. MTJUO UlUUTLt, fS-tf CHAS. BELLOW, Proprietor. p. ii. mm silo, Corner Main and Meadow Valley ata. LIQUOHS, into. THIS IB DEBERVEDLT A PLACE OF O EN ERA L resort by all who indulge la a Social Qlass. Give him a call. myST.tf SAN FRANCISCO BREWERY, Panaca Flat. OEAS. GOEDIOEE, --Proprietor. WILL FURNISH SALOONS AND PAML Use with Xtexv Sesst QtadalltXa In qnantltiea to suit. Bottled Bees' always on hand. Xrl-T7-w.ta XleaoaxaaB. Just fitted np for use of families. f3S.U IHOMPSOJI & in, SUCCESSORS TO A. O. QOBtDON. IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALB DBALBBS III Winet Liqnora l Cigars Fire-Proof Building Lr- cour street. BETWEEN THE rOBTOPHCP At It JUSTICE'S OFKICE. PIOCBB . - . - NEVADA. Goods Takenjn Storage. N CONNECTION WITH THK ABOVE a neat Sample Room Is attached, when nothing but flu Llqvors selected from the above stock will be dispensed. myio-u JUST ARRIVED AT MILLER & BENNETT'S san rmra mmi MEADOW VALLEY STREET, A LAaOB LOT OF No. I LAGER DEER DIRECT FROM BAN FRANCISCO. I AM ready to sell to all patrootaars by GLASS, HCAHT, GALLON AND KK6, D Uvared fraa at Charga. THB BAR IS WELL SUPPLIED WITH THB best assortment of Wines, Liquors and Cigars Ha vana Brands, TWO MO. 1 BILLIARD TABLES In the Saloon. Billiards U Cents a Osme. OlvetuseaU and Ton will ha anna to And what yon want. nSO tf FTJLKS Sc Z2cALPXZ7, IMPOBTKHS, WHOUtSAXJI AD aaTAIL DBALBSJ W Fine Wines, Liquors aid Cp, Praprtataara C i sail i paUtaai Salaaa. Meadow Tsllay Street, . THB PROPRIETORS TASB PLBABTRB IN informing old patrons and new ones that they will oonunua, aa haratofara, to keep XaXQTJOTtJD IN THIBMABXBT. anSMf Piocho CaZisrs MILES QUILLCEe, Dealer in Qrccsricr, VI3IE8 AID LIQSCI3, afaadaw Taller SV The higaest price paMfor Utak . aaU-rf .