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THE piOCHE DAILY RECORD.
sSiAr. ...APBn. . iwa tlx Vbascwco stock report. gas Faaacieco. April 2i. MORXnta SALEA. 17 1716 17 i ie n Be Belcber-0 Vi 49)1 49 )b5 48 X 1SS T5 76 . 78 78 79 7H30 7SbS 79 aMOVirgtnlSHbSO 7 75 7g747t, CnoUar Pototd-96 T 99 99 H Bale Norcro-4 61 62 4 . !L tSuow Jacket-7 i7 3S liffS sierra N' vade-18 H 17 17 W 19S BUion-W MH Exchequer 11 J 115 Overman 8' 66 o( H SSni-W 15 Ub UH AFTERNOON BALES 45 Raymond a Ely-MJ. " SIS Eureka Con 11 H 11 U Belmont 1 Mi Leopard 3 ' 3 160 alpe-l ,v . o Jetferaon 1 S Ult'l iiociila-1 IS l?.blQ 30 Panther 1 ) 1 lSOHiwwy H 03 TyboOon 9H it i 2a) Oen Thomas 1 2-45 1505 Gulden Chariot 3 54 S'i liK South Chariot 40c 740 Lady Bryan- S 5b3 (WJ Juli U liH 111 0lodoni 8 t 8 7 7 St ltf Challenge 4(4 ;110 Bock Inland 2 1H 2 M Baltimore Con 1 HI 100 Silver Hill 9 32.1 New York Con 1H 1 100 Occidental 34 155 WoodTilla 3 IijO Seg Caledonia I.1 820 Kossuth 1 IS 200 Mint 435 Andes iH 2 60 Florida 1 740 Wella Fargo-li 340 100 Niagara 40S Ward 2 40 Leviathan 1 I0 South Justice 3 60 Prospect 4 450 N Con Viraiula 1 Mia Morning Bur 5 400 Trojan H LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. A Writ. Oa the 11th of April the Supreme Court of Ihe Statu of Nevada issued a writ of certiorari directed to the Clerk of the District Court of Lincoln County, directing him to immediately transmit to the Supreme Court all papers, document)! and orders of tne Court in the case of the Meudow Valley Company against A. W. Maxwell, in order that' the Supreme Court may review certain orders made by the District Judge in that case, in striking out the answer of A. W. Maxwell and in imposing the fines, heretofore mentioned in the Kkcoud, for not answering oertain ques tions. The writ was served on the County Clerk on Monday. I, O, O. F. Ball. Great preparations have been mada to celebrate this (Wednesday) with a grand ball, it being the Qfty-seventb anniversary of the in troduction of this Order into the United States. Brown a Hall, at which place the ball takes plaae, has been tastefully decorated and presents a magnificent ap pearance. The varions Committees have exerted themselves to the utmost to render tbia affair one of the features of season, and from the preparations which we know to be going on have no uoubt that the success of the entertain ment will well repay them lor their labors. EtLLioKiiKNT. A case ocourred jester day in a produce store wbioh shows that some of our Mormon brethren will not stand much nonsense. A Gentile, who was in the said store, picked up an apple out of a lot, and after biting a piece out o( it, threw it away, with the remark that the apple was tike Mormondom, all rotten. Another Gentile ohipped in and made a like remark, whereupon one of tne "brethren, wno was seated on tne counter, jumped down, peeled off his coat, and made the friendly remark that he could lick any d d Uentile tbat did not like the Mormons, tie bad no takers. Almost an Accident. Geo. Kesbitt, yesterday, while driving his wagon on Main street, was making a short turn, wben the seat upset, throwing him out of the wagon bead first; luckily, bow- ever, without bis sustaining any injury The horse commenced to run with the wagon, but was promptly cheoked by a tJ-tander. Tailing Sluices. We were informed yesterday by a gentleman who had re turned from Fanaca, that some parties (names not given bad built a large tank sear the springs and also sluices to ran he water through for the purpose of saving the quicksilver, silver, etc., in the tailings. They are on the same plan as moBe at uoia mil, Nevada. Stages and Eoads. The stage left Hamilton for Pioche oa Monday morn ing at 9 o'clock, bat up to a late hoar last night it had not pat in an appear ance. A Btage will also leave Hamilton this morning at 9 o'olock, and by the lat ter part of the week we may expect that they will be running on regular time, as the roada are now getting in good con dition. Justice Court. Yesterday in the Jastioe's Court the only business tran sacted was in the case of H. Ward against Mrs. Jas. Bass, in which judgment was given in default of appearanoe for the amount claimed: A stay of execution was granted for five dava. To-dav at four o'clook the case of Poujade against omua win co tried. Supplies fob the Reservation. Ph Felsenthal shipped yesterday by teams 2,500 pounds of groceries, medicines, ao rioultaral implements, etc, to the Maopa uuiuu uraervauou, on tne uiuaay, A Bow. A fight occurred in a saloon on Main street yesterday morning be ma two inaivianais, woo were sepa nd before they did any damage to each "uer ana Deiore tne officers arrived. rBoiioTKD. The following scholars have been promoted from the primary jehool to the grammar school: Willie liar. Samuel Miller, James O'Donnell Winnie Logan, Mamie Buck and Jennie "inier. Will Rk opin. Viller and Benneita. ' the San Francisoo Brewery, Meadow v aiiey street, having- thoroughly reno ana papered their saloon will -6-u upen it io tne public this morning, ananas. -Tha Tndnnant,nt aui WWIW uob wilt please accept our thanks for an witi.onLotb?nintll' eir series of MT-i . R,Te?. " Brown's Hall on """J evening, may 1, 1870 mkinin oa horseback DIatrte Crar. The District Court met yesterday at 10 a. m., pursuant to adjournment, and transacted the following business : Ouulen vs. Arnold; continued until Thursday at 10 o'clock. Court then adjourned until to-day at 10 a. m. Wi beard it as a general rumor yester day, but do not vouch for Ihe facts, that a prominent merchant had proposed and been accepted by young lady to whom he has been paying attention for some time past. The news soon spread around town, and before long a large conclave of ladies bad met and held an animated debate in regard to the time tbat should be named for the affair to take plaoe. W bat decision tuey am vea at we were unable to learn, as the intended bride groom took a trip to Panaca so be would not mar the barmony or tbat ladies meeting, leaving them to name the day wben be should be led like a lamb to the slaughter. To keep up his drooping courage lor tne approaouing trial we be lieve he tried the invigorating waters of Panaca. More anon. Dull. Yesterday was dull, not to say the dullest day we have ever experienced, but it was dull enough- to make a Ioca1 itemizer tear bis hair frantically and yell ont for something to tarn up oat of wbicb to make ajeugtbly local. Uur business men generally are oomplaining, but notwithstanding the dullness of the times there are plenty of rash men in Pioche who are about to tie themselves to one of the opposite sex. The times seem to have a wonderful effect in that direction. Millinery Goods. A glanoe at the advertisements nnder the head of "New to-day" will apprise yoa of the fact that Mrs. Mahoney bas on band the largest and handsomest assortment of Spring and Summer millinery goods tbat bas ever been in Pioche, to which additions are being made weekly. A large assortment of gloves, silks and ribbons of every snade also on band Renovating. As the summer weather opening fast our saloon-keepers are busily engaged in cleaning up and reno vating. Yesterday the Philadelphia Brewery (Sbustrich & Klein) was haV' ing a layer of whitewash spread on the ceiling, after wbioh they will repaper and otherwise adorn the saloon. Deputy Bhkbiff Bibdsall yesterday handed over to the County Treasurer $1,000 on account of county licenses re cently collected. BY T BLE GRAPH SPSOIAL TO THH PIOUHB DAILX BY WKHTKBN UNION LINE. EASTERN DISPATCHES. outside or irregularities in its manage ment was a lock on of coin bv Flood who wished to break the bank and build the Nevada Bank on its ruins. Keene also admits tbat the present issue is question of veracity between Flood and uimseu. The Pacifio Mail, veaterdav nrmlied for discharge of the attachment on its coal and stores and the steamer City of New York. The court ordered the com pany to file a bond for $300,000, when be attachment will be diaeharsed. The bond is not yet filed. San Francesco. Aonl 25. The Stock Report to-day credits J. G. Fair with an emphatio denial of Jim Eeene's charges concerning the condition of the Consoli dated Virginia mine. A number of delegates to the Republi can State Convention are in town en ronte to Sacramento to attend the Con vention to-morrow. A dispatch was reoeivtd from Stockton to-day requesting Warren Leland to re serve seats at the Pavillion to-nigbt for Dom Pedro and party. uom redro and party arrived this evening at Pleasanton, forty miles from the city, ills car was detached from tbe train, and put behind another engine and rushed over the road half an hour ahead ol tbe overland train. Ihe obieot was to avoid any demonstration on arrival, and the object waa a perfect success, The party passed through Oakland with out attracting any attention, went across the bay and, arriving at tbe wbarf, took oarriages lor the Palaoe Hotel, where they entered witbout ban a dozen people knowing they had arrived. On the ar rival of the regular train at Oakland great crowd was in attendance with bands playing and colors nying, whilo Dom Pedro was already ensconced in apartments at the Palace Hotel. Seats had been engaged by telegraph for the party at tbe Mechanics' Pavilion to, night to bear Gilmore s orchestra. On the arrival of the train at Sacramento Dom Pedro and party hastily examined the workshops ol tbe Central Pacific, expressing regret at the bnofness of the inspection. The party will remain in the city four or five days.and from thenoe will visit other points ol interest. Sam Diiqo. April 25. A dispatch was received this morning from the Sergeant commanding the guard at Campo stating tbat reliable iniormation nad been re. oeived from Teoarte Valley that Chavez and Cruz Lopez were organizing a band near there, contemplating anotber raid on Campo. There are about a dozen of them armed with Henry rifles and revol vers. Colonel Benard, commanding this post, immediately sent Lieutenant Ward with eighteen men of tbe first cavalry to reinloroe tbe guard, LIST OV LETTERS REMAINING IS THE POgTOmcK AT Pioche. Kev., April tl, 187. If not railed for la four weeks thrj will be ami to tin Pad Latter Onto:. Atkins Jaa J J Alnta Mra Sara i Ayr Jos Callaghan Jaa Cummlnie Ueo Orandal H O Clark K t Oopriry John Deno Henry Devro Jaa Dahlry Jno Engllaa R I Guillen John Haywood J III Kendall John Kcnyon Frank Kennedy i i Kataer Angtut Kaliy L A Loavtlt L Lovelea Joaeph alcKanaia (leo Merrill Mra Alary A O'Xell Cornelius O' Brlea J C Paulding Wm Rich R RrottJae Shepard It " Taylor Wm Tuttla P W Whitromb M wiiaon ra . Wilacn a B PiarrieU Fobt LARAiiiE.April 23. II. E. Brown died last evening at tbe station at sagi Creek. His body will reaoli here to-day and will be lorwarded to Clieyenne to- night. Washington, April 25. The House Committee on Territories has agreed to report favorably tbe Senate bill for tbe admission of New Mexioo. The only important amendment provides tbat tbe election for tbe adoption of tbe State Constitution shall not be earlier than January, 1S77. Tbe House committee on ApcroDria. tions went over tbe Post-office Aooroori- ation bill again to-day, and pared it down still more, making tbe total reduction from tbe bill of last year over four mil lions. An offer will be made to report it in the House tuig afternoon. Tbe fol lowing witnesses were summoned on be half of the managers to appear next Thursday and give testimony in the Bel knap impeachment case: Mr. and Mrs. Caleb V. Marsh, U. t . Vail, cashier of the Bank of Commerce of New York; E, T. Burtlett, lawyer, New York; and Gen. U. A. Cnstar. Tbe Committee on Expenditures in tbe Interior Department to-day examined John Delanu with referonoe to bis land survey contracts, from whose testimony it appears that be bad an interest in tbe Hammond tract, though his name did not appear. Colonel John L. Merriam was bis purtner, the witness doing noth ing but furnish money. Tbe witness re ceived money in notes or checks from Colonel Merriam, who made cheoks pay able to bim. He made no attempt to conceal tbe receipt of money, nor did he think what he did dishonorable. His recollection was that he did not reoeive $3,000 from all his surveying contraota. Witness was asked whether he told Dr. Reed in April, '75, tbat the President had evidence of bis interest in suob con tracts, and be replied that be did not recollect being closely questioned. He said, according to bis reoolleotioo, evidence was shown to him by uenerai Dannooa at tbo White House, he never bad a talk with the President about the matter. The Distriot of Columbia tax bill with amendment providing a tax ot lyt per cent, on au property, was passed. juawrence.irom the Judioiarv Commit tee, submitted a report in relation to the Pacifio Railroads proposing a bill to re quire them to create sinking fund to pay at maturity the principal and in terest oi tne auosioy bonds issued to them by tbe government. It embraces a diBoaasion of legal right of Congress to require mis s-.nsing lund and Its neces sity and justice, it is a very fall and elaborate report. 1 1 was ordered printed ana recommitted, Tbe House then went into committee of the Whole. Got in th. chair, on Legislative and Executive Ad- kill : . V ywpiiBwuu urn, rouuiiug it wnere provis- riper moved to amend the term, fn, tne Dan rranoisco mint by increasing www w f6IV,UUU( Randall moved to amend nmnulm.ni oy proviuipg tuoi tne rate of wages at tne Ban a rancisoo mint shall not those paid at the PhiladelDhia mint h more than 25 per cent., allowibo 15 , - . o f ,u u.uum uetween paper buu guiu uuu wu per cent, tor the differ ence in cost 01 living. He remarked tbat tbe postomoes made no difference oetween tne compensation of employes in Han Dranoisco and other cities. He also compared wages and cost of living in San Francisoo and Philadelphia. Piper protested against anv between San Francisoo city.where men live ana let live ana fbiiadelpbia, where they 117 iu (tot every toing ana give nothing PACIFIO COAST. The Mexican War Veteran Centennial medals are now being furnished to appli cants. The medals are formed in the shape of a shield, and are about two and one-half inches in length by two inches in width. Tbe border oontains the names of tbe places where were fonght tbe prin cipal battles of the war, and on tbe face are represented a man-of-war. a fortress, cannon and other emblems.and a wreath of caotus and other Mexican nUnta. They are inscribed with tbe name of the person reoeivmg them and are manufac tured of cannon captured during the Mexican war. As the workmen at one of the hydraulic claims at Iowa Hill, Plaoer oounty, were piping last Saturday they ont into an old snait, and out of what had been tbo bot tom, but at the time covered with about twenty feet of dirt, they washed the re mains of a man. a pair of boots and a roll or blankets. Who it was, how long he had been there and bow be happened nr questions suoruiled in mystery xuh sunn was dug as much as twenty Persons plMiaa aay BKinrrntaD. Tlolette Peter ralllUK for the above letters "Adverrleed." CHAR1.E8 F. HEYEK8, P. at. wilt Received. A book containing de scription of the Andernonvilla Prison fen. etc. W. 11. Wilson. Full assortment of groceries and pro visions at T. C. Pgujade's, Meadow Val ley street. "tf. Coonao, brandy, fine whisky, Holland gin, and old Jamaica mm, at T. C Pon' jade's. tf Fresb Garden Seeds at G. R. Alexan der a Drug Store. ' Best brands of Tobaoco and cigars at ronjaue s. tf Frksb imported Cicais mat received oy vy . It,. WILSON. I am prepared to make contracts to mruiBU ice. 1211 W. IV, WILSON. I have Saw-dust to sell. tf W. R. Wilson. Imported sherrv. nort and claret wines at roujade s. "tf A bouse to rent. W. R. Wilson. I J. B.STEPHENS, F2. FASHIONABLE BOOT-MAKER, Mala Itiwt, AdtalalBST Pterh Uom a. 1. BtlSO CONSTANTLY IN UF.CJilPT OF THE Beat Brands of French Mock. I am al. ways prepared to make to order all kind of BOOTS, BHOKft, AND GAITERS Of every description, la th lateat styles. WATKR-PROOP CORK SOL.ED BOOTH Made to order In No. 1 style. Good At warranted. REPAIRING NEATLY DONE. Agent for Brown's Batln Polish. Makes old aboea new. InaMe Cork Soles for sale. JalUtf J. B. STEPHENS. !. B.Morr, Ja., Sacramento. O. H. Fian, Pioche. MOTT, FISH & CO., Uoftdow Va.llsy at. PIOCHE NEVADA, IMFOZlTjQnS And Daalars in HARDWARE, MILL AND MmiNG SUPPLIES, Blacksmith's Iron and Hardware, Steel, STOVES a. ilea Tlnwcare. f(-tf TARGET EXCURSIOr iue citizens of Sacramento have grasped tne (Jbinese bull by the horns. According to tbe Bee many merchants and others have totally discharged their Chinese employes and engaged white labor in tbeir stead. The heathen cook of the city prison has been given an in definite leave of absenoe. his place being filled by a white man. This is the only praotical solution of the perplexing prob lem G. H. News. 8F AND BOOTS A5D SHOES. THE STATE BANK OF NEVADA, 'IOCHB. Bw4 f Dlraotarei JOHN P. XXLLKT President JAB. F1NXAT80N Tic PraaMaat CHA8. A. WTED BEHOLD. gaoratary O.F. PHIL80N... J.W.VfBIOHT. H. B. LPBBOCL. BABBT a. THORNTON. AttaejraiTaORNTON.IjaXITfc a ARB KB DEPOSITS RECEIVED, ETHER ON OPEN aoeonnt or to lam oerUflcatea tberaf or Day. ChaoKooh. BOOTS AND SHOES. TTA8 REMOVED TO LYNCH '8 11 BuiliilOBon Laconr Street, ad- journlna Record Bnaineas Office, and ha Just received a large assortment or MEN'S AND BOY'S BOOTS, LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SBOBS, which will be sold very cheap. Custom made Boole to order. Repair an ar aoae caaap. Leather and flndlnm for aale. Hlnall renalrinff of anv of mv aala work flnna i.ve oi vnarge. CHAB. KOCH able . EXCHANGE DRAWN TJPON NEW YORK and SAN FRANCISCO. And other principal eitlea of the C. R. Alse npoa LONDON. DUBLIN, PARIS, BERLIN And all of th principal eltiea of Kuropa. Currency Bought and Sold. Collection Promptly Made. Railroad and Hluinr Storks Bourht and Sold on CommMon, v Monoy Leaned en Stock. MEADOW VALLEY RESTAURANT. (rOBAIEBLT TOR LArATKTTX) MRS. W. C. GLISSAN. PROPBIETBE8H. BOARD 910.00 PER MONTH, rpHIS RESTAURANT HAS LATELY been ntted ud In the beat atvla, The table will be aunplled with the tiest mat can D lonna in the markot, No pains will .be spared to accommodate guests. A snare oi public patronage solicited, nirtl.tf 1019. 107G, 57TH ANNIVERSARY. ANNIVERSARY BALL 110 BB GIVEN UNDER . OV THE AUSPICES nm lan, n ao AXD KENT 1 8, I. O. O. F., BAirnrs souses. Corraapaadaata i LA IB LAW It oo., AgenUof th Bank I oi uaiiionua.. , LONDON and BAN FRANCISOO BANK LIMITED and J. H. LATHAM a CO., Btoek Brokais... lal-tf. New Tors Baa rTanelete 8AIr003T8 a IIQTJC3 JAB.PIXKSOII aLSAajuaat. pxxzisozr tt. DAurm ATM WMOfWBBi fsB IEAB0? TA1LET E2I7I1T Oa afala aad Meadow TaUry riR8T-CLAtV"tALCC fflBB PKOPBIXTOBa TAXI rTJUBUBI taf X Infonaina old patroas aad saw eaaa, taai tlwy will coaunne tm aaa taw pin fat wines, UfJiTjonadfeciaaaa There 1 alas Claa sad Card Bli n acted with th above aatilillihiaat GH-vo theswx aV Oa, nuat-u ! W. WRIGHT. Bank Manager. EL DORADO SALOGH, MAIN ST., PIOCHB. J. o. Mocoztnzoxi PBOPKIITOB. FIHIBT WXJMJBS, XaXrro3 and OZOrA.asl. myrr.u CAPITOL SAIOOH, MAIN BTHXBT. PIOOTla. jr. xx. W. E. GRIFPIU, AMD AOSMT WELLS, FARCOoaCO., PIOCHE, NEV., TBAN8AOTS A GENERAL DAN KINO BUS. INESH. Demalts rerelved on OtwnAc count or Certificate Issued therefor. Exchange drawn on all th Tjrinclnal cltie of th United State, Canada and Europe. Will purchaae Silver and Crude Bullion or make advances on same and thlp for owner's account. ooMunpoKiimrai WELLS, FARGO dt CO., Ban Francisco, Oal. WKLLS, FARGO CO., 6S Broadway, New folk. RIVES, dt ALLEN, 61 King William street, LondoA, Eng., Agents Wells, Fargo It Oo. OFFICE In Wells, Fargo Main street, Pioche, Newda. Co's Building, DtSMI 0. Hkxdkbox. Oto. T. Rrrxa. HENDERSON tk RIVES Stock Brokers, HAVE MOVED TO THE BRICK BUILD INO oeeapled by Wella, Fargo at tney Co., Main street, where t will oontlnu to BUY fc SELL STOCKS STRICTLY ON COMMISSION, CORRESPONDENTS! Stock . -ox tub Evmnia or came -a unseatea yeaUrday as she near was tei wm!n0nP M'ln tM!. by wddle be soming loosened and aliDDino. Th Ball T.aVa . i... . . o riocne yes- SaZr111 " 'look Without San Francisco, April 25. In reply to the statement ol J. (J. Flood, in relation to the Bonanza mines the Chronicle this moraing paoiisbes an interview with K. Keene the well-known stock operato; wno alleged tbat the ore body of the Consolidated Virginia is impoverished by working and deteriorating in width ana quality as it descends. Keene also claims tbat flood bas been selling Con, Virginia and California, whenever he could do so without breaking tbe market, woue aaviaing nis friends to hold on, Keene admits tbat there ia bad fAlin between himself and Flood and says the unior nates mm oeoause oe assisted to rehabilitate tbe Bank of California, -hat among the senses of Its failure baoramento oounty is to have another sugar manufactory, a company with tbat object in view having been formed. It is designed to manufacture tbe sugar from melons, it being held that there is more saoobarine matter in them than in beets, and tbat the establishment of the manufactory will furnish a market for tbe many bnndred tons of that class of produce mat are usually left to rot in tbe neias alter tne markot becomes glutted. Dispatches from Lewis Vallev renort a reign of terror. Tbe local officers are unable to preserve the peaoe in Wayne and btark counties. Five cases of burn ing mining property have oocurred within a ween. a. special says that the tele- Kruiiis oi tne ibbi lew days give but a feeble idea of the extent to which this spirit of terrorism asserts itBelf.Tind tbe paraiyzation of business and trado. And now ooaies tbe story, more or less plausible, that Omaha and other Western towns, in connection with oertain rail roads, are keeping up the Black Hills gold exoitement, purely in their own in terest. Sols Agency. W. R. Wilson is sole agent for San Francibco Post, Daily En terprise, Bait Lake Tribune and Kureka Sentinel. Also dealer in California and New York newspapers, school books, stationery, music, cigars and tobaoco, frees Wand's Saloon. tf Daily Enterprise, San Francisco Fost, Sentinel, S. F. Call, Salt Lake Tribune and 8. F. Courier sold bv W. R, Wilson, dealer in musio, musio paper, sonool-books, reading matter, cigars and tobaoco,. at Press Wand's saloon. tf The immense sales of Hale's Honey of Horehound and Tar proves tbat the people oonsider it the onlv nnra remedv for OOUehs and colds and all nnlmnnarv diseases. Sold by all drneeists. Pike's loothaobe drops cure in one minute. Ice ! leg t Ice 1 1 S. B. Marlino onoe more annonnoes himself as being in the field with a large supply of fine, deer ice, which will be sold at a reasonable price. Leave orders at Fulks & Mo- Alpin's. If yon want any tin ware, sheet iron and copper ware manufactured or repair ed, and also plumbing at yery low prices, go to J. J. Halpin ft Co., who employ uouo out nrst-oiMB workmen. tf. " Conttncb man against bls'will. of the same opinion," tbat Panaca Saloon set ont One liquors and fragrant cigars mr uui Arrice' une Kill I im Dubing tbe late wind and dust storms in Pioohe, a nip of the celebrated Cyrus Noble whisky was said to be excellent tor a parobed throat. Thb "boys" of Pioche have been busi ly employed sinoe pay-day in drinking mo oeieoratea uyrns Noble whisky, iw Db, J. 8. Hammond bas established an office over the State Bank. Residence K. it. Uute's house, Cedar street. I desire tbat orders for ioe be left at Press Wand's Saloon; In Bullion, at Oillan's Saloon. W. R. Wilson. wtl ROUND VALLEY, , APRIL 26, 1876. M-A.TT 1ST, 1876, 1 To be given by tho LEXINGTON GUARD. T ARTIES PARTICIPATING WILL TAKE JL notice that the . Train of the Nevada Central Rail. road will leave Pioche at 9 o'clock a. m. and retnrn at Bp. m. A NUMBER OF PRIZES WILL BB COMPETED FOR. sp21.td D. C. CLARK BROTHER STONE3 STORE, LOWER MAIN STREET. PIOCBE. NEVADA, BROWN'S HALL. Invitatics CommlttM. Meaara. WOODS At FREEBORN, luosera. Meaara. WELLS, FAROO df CO. , Bankers, PROPRIETOR. KEEP THB BBBT WTNEB, LIQCOU AND GldAAS that ar obtalnabl in th United Btatas. mylStf BRICK SA10017, Laeaar St., Placate, New. HA VINO JTJST LEASED TBI ABOTI well-known salooa, I ant bow prepared to mrniah th pnwio with in Finest Wines, Liqsore ini Cipt To b found in th Ploch Markat. A FINI BILLIARD TABLE In good rnnnlng order In tbe Falcon. MTJUO CHAB. BELLOW, Proprlaior. NISBTLT. re-tr p. ii. mm ma, Vomer Main and Meadow Yallay ata. bust wrmoti, Qto. THIS IS DESERVEDLY A PLAOE OF OEM EBAL retort by all who lad nig In Social mass, oive aim a call. Btvtl.tf mrB-tf BAN FRAN 01 BOO, J. W. WRIGHT. D. A. FULKS, A. H. EMANUEL, R. n. EI.AM, B. KRAUHE, E. It. CLOTE. Beceptloa Coaalttee, A. H. EMANUEL, D. A. FULKS, R. H, ELAM, J. W. WRIGHT. rieor Director-1. t CLUTI. riect UtLBteeri. RCS8. SCOTT, D. COHN. apl-td O. B. ALEXANDER, Druggist ano Apothecary. o KEEPS CONST AN TLT ON BAND A LABQ1 lot of Pure Drugs, Medicines Chemicals, Perfumer), Sotps, ....AaD.... Vll Toll est xrtloloas. ....at ma.... LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE. Mala St., Ploehe, opposit Lacoar St, mn-ti S, Q, STEELE. . A. TURRILL. STEELE tic TURRILL, DBALKB I GrXl.u9LXZa-e WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERIES, ''' PROVISIONS, POWDER, FTJSB, AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. mris-tf A. COHN tfc BRO. Waolesale and , Botail Dealers -Df . IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC 01ga.ro and Tobaoooa MEERSCHAUM and OTHER PIPES Perfumery, Cauaba aad Brashes Etc., Eta. Main street, opposite Meadow Valley at mia-tf. And all kinds of PRODUCE. FREE CORRAL, open to Teamsters. A SCPPLT or onoomziizia OH BAUD. ttlv-tf STEELE a TURRILL, Lower Main street, Ploch, Net. J. E1SENM1NJI & (0 MAIN ....STREET, PIOCHB NEVADA, IMPORTERS AND DEAXiSRS IN STOVES, COOCKERV, GLASS. WARE, aad HOUSE FVRM. IS BINS GOODS. Manufacturer of Ooppar, Tin and 8ht4roa Were. niwam ana uas jntawa. Plambars, W1 SAN FRANCISCO BREWERY, P ansae riat. CHAB. QOEDIOKE, - - - Proprfrtor. WILL FURNISH SALOONS AID FAML lie with SeBesr. B9SBt Q-tXJaCLlTX, InquantlUtsto salt. Battled Sewr alwayf on baud. Xxlxraat ROOBMi lust fitted np for uae of Famlll. m-tt THO'M & G1D,- SUCCESSORS TO A 6 GORDON, IMPOBTXRB ABO WBOUaAU DBALIBB IB WiaM Llqtaora & Cigrara Fire-Proof Dulldlng La eour street BETWEEN TBI rOSTOFFlCX AM iUBTlCK'B OFFICE. PIOCHB - . , . . NEVACA. Goods Takenjn Storage. IS CONNECTION WITH TBI ABOVE A neat Sample Room Ii attached, where nothing but Bat Liaaora aleoted from th abuv atock wUl be dlapeaaed. myis-tf CHAS. STEIN tt CO., MAIN STREET, PIOOHE, NEVADA, COMMISSION HOUSE, Wholesale and Retail Sealers FINE WINEV. LIQUORS Sc OIOABS. COUNTRY ORDERS Promptly attended to, ot-tr DIBKCT FROM SAB FRANCIBCO. ready to ell to all patronimr by GLASS, Q.CABT, GALLON AND KEG, D Uvered Fraa mt CaUarc. TBB BAB IS WELL SUPPLIED WITH TBI beat aaaortBMut of Wines, Liquors and Cigars Ha vana Brands. TWO BO. 1 CUSTOM OREO RECEIVED AND WORKED ON SHORT NOTICE. A. J. BLAIR, dis-tf Superintendent Hoosa to rent on B. Wilson. Lacoar street, W. i. COOK. HENRY REED. LIVERY STABLE MEADOW VALLEY STREET, PIOCHE .......... NEVADA COOK fc REED, PROPRIETORS. A NEW ASSORTMENT OF BOCK-; t aware. Bmortee, Team and Sad dle Horse on band and to let on abort notice. ' ' Stock Boarded by tbe Day or Weak and car. ABB NOW PREPARED TO OON- tract for Air Pip. Blowers, Fomaee Pip. Lift Pomps, A a,, of any required sis aad weight. Also Agents for tha -Celebrated Baek'aPatant I Cook Btovea. apS-tf PHILADELPHIA BREWERY, Mala Street, Ptache, Schustrlch & Kleine, Prop'rs, T8 FUBNTSHTRO A SUPERIOR ARTICLE I of LAGER BEER, in qnantltles to anlt, at th lowest rates, aajouuag earns snppiied oa abort notioe. )eS0-tf TO LET. XT OCRS ON MEADOW VA1LIT STREET, fx adjoining the bona of W. W. Bishop This bona 1 finely farnlebed and oaatrally located. The premlsae ar In nrttalaa oondl. tlon. For najUcalrply to the IsiULZDISR! LUL1BCR! V. WEAVER, MAIN, POST, AND PIOCHE STB., alAN SUPPLY ALL KINDS OF MINING J and Boilding Lumbar, Sawed Lumbar, Lathe, Bblnglts, Pickets, Ac, from Native Lumber. Wholesale at- Retail at Baaseaable aul-tl Louts Kuujua natbam Maxbb Max Anaota mrowru ass dbaub rs Cigars and Tobacco atAjrovAOTDUBs or Oenvine navavxu Ccavr, No. SOS am MB Bacmtannrro Br., BAB BJUBtaaoOi JUST ARRIVED AT MILLER S BECKETT'S :is mm mra:, MEADOW VALLEY BTBKBT, A 1ABOI LOT 0 No. I LACCR DEER I AM BILLIARD TABLB8 In tb Saloon. Billiard N Cast a flam. Otvensaeall and yea what you want wUfbe a to Sad ass-tf FULXXS H IleALPir, IXPORTBBS, Fine Ves, Liqrs Pi-apris tars Valley mHB PROPalXTORS TAKB lUaatTaB I X Informing old patrnas sad saw ease that the j will oonttaa. a averatofor, a haaa 17X323 TrXXJTZZrZf laXQTJOrriO osoAna Pioco Cza ' wTHI3 AITD L-.,,. - . Msadaw H&ata Sr-Ta alLaasl -:.3ttC' tf ran itfnaoa, joi-n Jalfcll BTATI Mil OV 11 XV All A.