Newspaper Page Text
THE PiOCHE DKIIY RECORD
WBPXBSDAT JVSB I. IMS BIS KBASCISCO STOCK REPORT. Baa FaAjtcieco. June 1.1. saajut..l' UOESISO BALES. jIBCpbir-MV Ml , iHSMeXlCM-301 304 Uoold Carry 1S 15 lSdbS j,5 Best Belcher 62 SI l.Cll("n-li SO 801, 61KT0 HM Con Virfflnia-67 H Ml) 6f.i 75 Cbollar PotonJ 8i sToHeiea-Norcrom (, esesH etoii B Crown Point 131 13 11) Yellow Jecket-33l 82H 33 jmlmperial !.bo 6 at tifl EeutucA H 319 Alpha-6 5tlS 54V ISO Belcher 18 17 17 4 374 Overman 0 69 Ob3 58 4i ConAdvDCA 19 in J30 rtierra Nevada U . luO I'tah )n M Bullion 42 IK) Exchequer 18 H 18 5 justice 21 21 21 21 a) Succor) Union Con 11 11 lot Julia 9 110 "laledonia 8! 9 l.iO Knickerbocker jOUIobe H 10 Silver Hill 8 100 Dsyton & ii Challenge 4 H 60 Rock Island 1 H 100 Occidental 44t 100 Pbil Sheridan 160 Woodville 1 1 180 Mint- 40c KM Kossuth ?t 1 1D0 Andes 3? i SO Cosmopolitan 30r 27 He it Leviathan 30c UK) South Justice It 135 Prospect 7 T it 300 Virginia 2 li AFTERNOON BALE!. 1 2lu Meadow Valley 1 If flDO Raymond ft My 11 in 100 Eureka Coo 11 11 145 Jackson a m Alps 1)4 1 l 350 Belmont 2 6,0 Leopard 'i 0 7 6,15 Panther 1T4 2 150 Jefferson 05c 1 410 Gen Thomas 2 1 2 H 30 Ty bo Con ll 1550 Hussey 75c 97J4C 3ii5 Northern Belle 2 H 2H 2.55 SlONewCoeo 1S 1 300 South Chariot 15c 445 Poorman 32 He 14 atlc 270 Tellow Jacket 32! 32 325 Con Virglnis-66 (16)4 fiSf 65 300 Best & Belcher 40 60 50 HMO Slb:)0 240 California 7H 80b3O 76 78?43U JiK) Hale a Norcross 66 65 50 Union Con 11 1460 Imperial 6 6H 10 Overman 59 160 Ophir 64 k 64)4 54330 370 Justice 21k 21 670 Mexican 30)4 30)4830 200 Caledonia 9 ItbiO LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. PASSENGER TRAVEL. ARRIVALS. T oiuna k saliabubt's hamiltoh uhb: Julia Wlnslow Master Pierson T 8 Merchant Fodbth or JrLt Commute. The Joint Uommitteas (or the celebration of toe Centennial Fourth of July, met last evening at 8 o'olock at the house of Pioohe Hose Company, Geo. Birdsall Chairman, Thompson Campbell Secret tary, when the following brjsiness wag transacted: C. H. Patchen, chairman of the committee to inform offioers of the day of their selection for the different positions by the Joint Committees, re ported that Col. G. M. Sabin, who was selected as Marshal of the Day, oonld not serve on account of intended ab sence, also A. B. O'Dongherty seleot'd as the humorous speuker. After some few suggestions, Major A. J. Mason was selected as the Marshal of the day. J. J. Halpin was appointed a oommittee of one to inform Mr. Mason of bis nomi nation and to see if that gentleman would accept the position. Mr. Halpin returned with Mr. Mason who returned his thanks to the committee for the honor conferred and acoepted the same. It was then moved and seconded, thut as the geutleman selected as the humor ous speaker, had declined, that portion of the exercises of the day be omitted, which was unanimously carried. Thomp son Campbell as chairman of the UmII Committee, reported progress. Al. Hamilton as chairman of Committee lor Music, reported progress. A resolution was passed, that the expense of printing and other expenses, be referred to the Finance Committee. The meeting then adjonrned to meet Tuesday evening June 20th. Centennial Powdeb. Ph. Felienthal yesterday received a half oar load of "Centennial powder" by way of Toano. which has been on the road since the 10th of November, 1875, being a little over seven months. A good supply is now on hand for the oelebration ot the Centennial Fourth of July. Thanes. We received yesterday a let ter from Patrick B. Soanlan, of Starliog, Whiteside county, Illinois, a brother of William Scanlan, lately deceased. Mr. Scanlan expressed himself as very thank ful to A. B. and W. J. O'Dongherty and others, for their kindness to his brother during bis fatal illness. Dull. Of all the samples of dull business days, we oan safely recommend yesterday as a first class one. Owing to the extreme warmth of the weather, no body felt like making muoh exertion ex cept in the way of eating, and that was nch labor that it it bad not been a necessary duty it would have been de clined. Evolutions. The Independent Club ttttlaat evening at the bouse of Protec tion Hose Company and appointed a ooiumittee to draft suitable resolutions Mpressive of their sorrow at the loss of weir late companion Wo. P. Glissan, ordering the same to be published in the fioohe Daily Ebcobd and Coso News. Kmobnbd. Mr. O'Connor, who for merly kept a boarding-houso on Meadow VHey street, was brought from Hiko to fioohe yesterday. His malady seems to nve made no improvement' for the bet ter since he has been away. W had the pleasure of meeting last rening T. 8. Merchant, who arrived on yesterday's Hamilton stage. Mr. Mer- Ji8nti.,,,!,?9nt for h no.M of C. J. ing of William, who deal extensively in osned fruits, etc Jonas Cobn will to-day receive by ex Press a large assortment of white kid gloves ot all sizes, he also has on band qualities of white vests and the finest qoaliiy of black snits of olothes. 2t. Idaho Bm,.Idaho Bill, Al. Winn, and some others, were seen within thir ty miles of Pioohe a few days ago in the neighborhood of Nate Hanson's ranob. Mambb Eddt Piebson, ton of James Pierson, arrived in Fioche last evening from school. He will spend the holi oays here and then return to bis studies. Fbok Hixo.-Henry Sohaeffer, from Hiko, is bow in Pioohe bnying a stock of ?.iiCerif 0' for inhabitants of Pab ngat Valley. Piwn.No. Parties are now at work Minting the boose ot Protection Hose Company. i Tbb 8alt Laka and Hamilton buok Joardsleft yesterday morning at 8 o'olock without passengers. ' Hm MAHTbe Hiko moil arrived "4 deputed yesterday. T. I. . . . "' ew noura at most the offender will be again sniffing the open air as though nothing had occurred. Ibis being an incontrovertible fact the question naturally arises: why make any arrests at an r f urther, as an officer with nothing to do is worse than a use less expense wny have officers. Whn criminals are turned loose on unnii.t the inability of the county to pay their "u nouipi is made to remedy the evil, it is quite time to dispense with officers of every description the people can take care of themselves and dispense with figure-heads and the expense that ie ucucBKamy incurrea. a nice state of af fairs surelv. Taxes . ll Mi. yet the object for which taxes are levied and collected is in the present instance a matter nf unnJu. consideration when it should bs of tha first importance. How long this state of affairs will be endured bv ,i J ' . r"-r uio cuuuiy uoes not appear, nut it cer tainly calls for prompt aotion. For the crime oi murder W. K. Griffin has oome forward and signified his willingness to pay me ooara ot an such where pro. vision is not made bv the ennntr in future there will be no exnuaa far inn. ing tbem loose on the community, or ("reuniting mem to escape in any man ner. For minor offences however are wholly without remedv. Tha In jection able feature about this latter class Miuai some are arrested while others ure auowea to escape. Thb Wallapai Enterprise thus expa tiates. "They called him Brigham and he was a minstrel. He was an English man and be exasperated his baitches And sing! why, bless yon, he would sing line a six bit teakettle from morning to mguc, ana an night too. He wasn't prejudiced against the Irish, not he, if uo uiu ueiuug to me oountry that op pressed tbem. He'd sins "Herin! Herml ome of mv child'ood!" hnnr. . a stretch, and then he'd make the welkin ring ring with "Larry Ho Brien." And it was really pitiful to see how often the poor fellow would see his father', ohnut and ask some invisible fair one, "Des demonial Desdemonia! w'er's that 'an kercher I give yer? ' But there was one drawback. He would keep us awake. He's gone now. joy bo with him. W understand that Pioche has got him now, and if Pioohe will just keep him, we will bear the pangs of seDeration mlrl out of regard for Pioohe." Thb Wkathbb. What a big difference tha weather makes with ns in the way we enjoy ourselves. A few days ago when the disagreeable wind was making us angry it didn't seem as if there was snytbing worth livina for: wa didn't care whether the Moadow Valley pump ever arrived or not. We felt as if we had no more interest in anything on this earth and bad serious thoughts of read ing a patent offlos report, or some other ojooa-curaiinp romance, nut we are clad now that we did not for tha ann un doing its level best in the way of press ing down its heated rays on us mortals, making everything pleasant and agree able. The thermometer yesterday marked 85 degrees in the shade. Bath Pabk. We yesterday received from M. MoCluskey an invitation to the "Openiug of Bath Park" on Thursday. June 8th, on Long Island, near Fort Hamilton. By the programme we see that several speoial trains and steam boats were to be on hand on the occas ion. It being received a little behind time and the distance greatef than a half-hour's travel, we had to deprive ourselves of the pleasure of being pres ent. Booqckts. We were talking about a small bouquet that we had on hand, presented on Sunday, but yesterday we were oalled to view a mass of flowers (covering the inside of a bath tub) just received by Colone Sabin and Ed. Cutts from Sun Franoisco by express. Con sidering the distance they traveled they were remarkably well preserved and pre sented a pretty appearance. Home-madr ClDKB. Harvey Trogas kis, surprised the Bkcobd offloe yester day by appearing there with a lot of home-made cider from the store of T. C. Poujade, The beys sampled it, pro nouncing it "wano" for the heated term. Mr. Poujade is making this cider in Pioche out of the best apples that oan be found. It makes a splendid Summer drink. Fob Bkllivillb. A party of five, consisting of James Walk and wife, Mrs. Joe Patten.Mrs. Haggett and A. McAvoy. left in one of MoAvoy's wagons for Belle ville, Esmeralda County, Nevada. Mo Avoy will return to Pioche but the bal anoe will remain at Belleville. Financb Comkittki. The Finance Committee for tbe purpose of collecting funds for the Fourth of July Celebration, will start out to-day soliciting. It is to be hoped that the citizens will meet tbem in good spirit and respond lib erally.' '...'. leg. The heated term during yester day made ns think that ice was necessa ry to tbe comfort of tbe human family W. It. Wilson must have guessed our thoughts as be dropped in on ns in tbe afternoon with a large, dear and bealtby looking lamp of the kind of ioe with which he supplies bis customers. Tuiib Whbbbabocts. Pulsifer re ports that Idaho Bill, Al. Winn and five others, all well armed, are in the neigh borhood of Sherwood's old saw mill be yond Eagle Valley. Tbey threatened bis life, claiming that he Informed on them onoe, and be deeming it not very bealtby neighborhood left. Lbavcs To-dat. Jim Dwyer, who has been very sick lately and who is still very sick, will, in oharge of bis brother, Bob Dwyer, leave on to-day's Salt Lake stage for St. Mary's Hospital at Salt Lake City. , His brother after seeing bim properly plaoed in that hospital will return to Pioohe, " Thb Local Nxws." The first num ber of this paper was issued yesterday afternoon, Mark W. Musgrove editor. It is the intention of the publishers to issue it every evening. It will take no part in politics but be devoted entirely to local news. Hoox and Laddbb Co. The members of this oompany took their truok to tbe blacksmith shop yesterday to have the tongue of tbe machine raised. Thb Hamilton and Eureka stage ar rived in town last evening at C o'olock with tbiee passengers. I bavb Saw-dust to sell. tf W. B. Wtlsob inougui Dy some that we have a county government.wbich may be so. but t present, however, it is nothing more nor less than a burlesque, and nnless a remedy is speedily applied the sooner we fall back on first principles the better. If any one can tell what benefit is de rived from the excuse of a government we now have he must go deeper, for cer tainly it is not apparent to the superficial observer nor yet to the naked eve. We are reminded of the fact now and then that such government exists by our offi cers going through the form of makinn arrests, who well know while doing so that nothing serious is meant and that they are presuming upon a gteat deal; BY TELEGRAPH rxiai. TO thb KOCBB DAILY BKCOBD BT WK9TEBX TNTOM UN. EASTERN DISPATCHES. Chicaoo, June 13. The Cbioago Tri bnne's Washington special thinks that Blaine's illness is used as a weapon by those who are against him. The friends of Conkliog are making use of it. Blaine still leads however. The Tribune's es timate is that Blaine is ahead and Conk- nog a good second. Morton is likely to be dropped early. If the New Tork dele gation, Curtis and Lowe are for Bristow all others bold to Conkling. The New York Tribune's Washineton special says that Edmunds, Postmaster and Secretary of tbe Republican Com mittee, ie now organizing a Democratic soft money' demonstration to take place at St. Louis during the meeting of the National Democratic Convention. Ed munis has been for several days in com munication witu certain persona here professing to be Democrats, to whom large sums of money have been allowed for the purpose of getting up a row on tne money question at St. Louis. Mr, Edmunds did the same thing in 1372. This is no secret, for Edmunds has fre quently alluded to the matter, taking the credit to bimself for his cleverness of management, tie bad agents in everv oiam nuu Bu'i'iieu mem wun money. One is now in Michigan who received $50,000. Many who went into tha movement were honest in their profes sions, but it was nevertheless a side- snow to tbe llepubiloan circus. It is nardly possible that tbe same thing oan U J - 1 . .. , . .. ub uuue again, dui u is certain mat IhA mnnds means to try. Washington, June 13. Blaine's phv- Biciabs report bis condition favorable. tie is rapidly gainng strength' Banoob, Mb., June 13. The Second and Fourth District Democratio Conven tion, eleoted delegates to tbe St. Louis Convention to-day. Both are pledged to Tilden. Pobt JKnvis, N. X., June 13. In tbe town of Bethel, Sullivan county, a strange disease of a very malignant type oas appeared among ooiiaren. several have died reoently after a few hours' illness. The physicians ara completely baffled in their efforts to determine the nature of the disease. St. Louis, June 13. It is announced that Col. Wm. Heath, Auditor of this oonnty. is in arrears to tbe amount of from t&U.UUO to if 100,000, and that suit will be brought against him to recover tbe defioit. Colonel Meyer. Supervisor of Internal Revenue, has returned from his raid on illicit distilleries in Cape. Girdeaux and Bollinger oounties. He has broken up about twenty stills, destroyed a lame amount of property, and arrested and placed under bonds sixteen persons obarged with making crooked whiskey. Some fifty stills have been running in those oounties. Cincinnati, Jane 13. Tbe Republican Convention has assembled tha largest and most exoited crowd ever congregated here. Everything is at fever heat, but there is little aorimony of temper. After a careful review of tha ground. I am satisfied that Blaine will be nominated on not later than the third ballot and al most oertainly on the second. He is oonstantly gaining strength inconse quence oi tbe assault npon him. His siakness is the result of mental strain under the attacks and excites muoh sym paty, turning lukewarm into ardent sup porters. Blaine's friends to-day oount on over three hundred votes on the first ballot sure, regardlees ot Pennsylvania. which is now understood to give him her uimea vote on tne seoond. JNew Xork will cast twenty votes against Conkling on the second or third ballot, giving him all but two on tbe llrst. Hayes is near ly certain to bs nominated for Viae President with Blaine. Bristow may get one hundred votes at tbe first with no promise of growth. Theodore M. Pomeroy of New York is settled upon for temporary chairman. Pomeroy will probably be New York's Republican nominee for Governor this fall. Had Blaine failed, Mr. A. Wheeler would have been brought forward for Presi dent after Conkling's withdrawal. His friends will now press him for Speaker for the next Congress. The Tribune's Washington special says that all information from the sus pended savings bank points to a pros peotof at least a fifty per oent. dividend within a month and forty per oent. after wards if it goes into a receivers hands. There is nothing in the bistort of tbe case to alarm depositors in other savings banks and no runs are anticipated. Mr. Blaine's illness appears to have dampened the hopes of a few of the more ardent of bis supporters at Cincinnati. There is however no defection among delegates heretofore for him exoept from Michigan, and tbe loss is more than made up by gains elsewhere. His pros peots with the Massachusetts delegates are improving. Meanwhile the Conk ling men are working with great energy among tbe Southerners and patronage and oash are said to be offered. Second cboioe delegates reported as captured for Conkling, but the Pennsylvanians still bold out against tbe blandishment offered and express a personal preference for Blaine rather than Conkling. What ever gains are made by Conkling's par tisans tbe loss accrues principally to Morton and partly to Bristow. It now seems probable tbat tbe main issue will be between tbe forces of Blaine and Conkling. PACIFIC COAST. Austin, June 13. Yesterday morning at the Psoifio Company's mine, a miner named John Martin pushed a oar into the shaft from tbe 400 -foot station. Tbe unfortunate man was drawn into the shaft and falling upwards of 150 feet to the covered station at the 550 foot level, was instantly killed. The water having risen in the shaft to within 80 feet of tbe 100 foot level, muoh difficulty was en countered in tbe efforts made to recover the body. The deceased was an estimable young man, a native of Cornwall, Eng land and aged twenty-five. The funeral will take place to-day, under the auspices of tbe Miners' Union. San Fbanoisoo, June 13. The dis satisfied stockholders of tbe Niagara mine, yesterday oarried tbe election, de feating the management and electing tbe following as members of the board: Silas Selleok, President; Alex. Bedlam, Vice-President; E. Caldwell and Jos. M. Nougaes with Maurioe Dore, Treasurers and Mr. Alperaon, Superintendent. Tbe termination of this movement in the Niagara, is tbe first success ever ob tained in an affair of tbe kind, although efforts to wrest tbe oontrol from un popular boards, have been made in many ioslanoes. C akson, June 13. The trial of Hone and Cade, oaptain and lieutenant ot tbe Carson anti-Chinese raiders, has been proceeding all day. Tbe defense will soon olose their ease. The ease for the State, waa particularly strong and con clusive. The defense is corresponding ly weak and pitiable. They pretend to say tbat with a force of seventy men all armed and exoited, tbey (Hone and Cade) as leaders, went to different plaoes in the oonnty, for no purpose ex oept to peeoeably argue with the em ployers, tbe evils of Chinese labor. Still they admit that only fifteen minutes waa given Chinaman to leave. Hone is rather an intelligent looking man, bat Cade, as be sits in tha mnrt In hi. .I,;. sleeves with a cigar in bis mouth and looking defiantly at the court jury and his counsel give every passible evidence oi iua acnooi oi noodlumiam, wherein ne was raised, ine jury has been pick ed from tbe beat citizens of Carson and everybody feels satisfied tbe case will be rightly adjudged. A verdict will no aouot oe lound before morning. Sab Fauxcieoa. Jnna 1.1 Tt.. show tbat yesterday was the hottest day cxpanencva in nan cranoJseo aiooe rcuurua nave oaea aepr. At one time the thermometer tonchad 9S : k. shads. Three hundred and fifty-six Chinese arrived yesterday on tha American ship Mary Wbiteridge from Hongkong. There are now in the pest house 13 ur.iuru w(wn. Between on and two o'olock this auernoon an affray occurred in tbe DiacKsmitb-sbop on the eorner of Eighth and Brannan streets, between Michael Conlin, proprietor of the saloon at tbe oornerot oevemn and Brannan streets, and a blaokamith namal iN.ni. vf;i during whioh tha latter waa struck on the bead with a sledge, fracturing tbe skull waueiun uoam in a anon time after wards. Tha tronhla am.. - . . ; uv i.uu. icnni business disagreement though no serious roBuiia wore uuoipaiea. The parties iu iiuui ui wa nuop, ana toe quarrel beinir renewed. Rnnlin ni.ira sledge-hammer and struok Milea with it on sue neaa wun tne results above stated. Immadiatelv aft 4k. v;n: - J -- MIUUK tonlin disappeared and has not been ar- cBieu. osTenu pouoemen are after him. Deceased nnaaaaaad 4k. i . . . . . I ... .rfuwiiuu UI iui, luuunnous young man. Yesterday afternoon while ohild, four fears of aoa. namwl T..4h. u lidinc on TanwnJi ... ' oisom, was playing with an elder j .mi j ear orotner, he obtained possession ot some fire-craokera. whinh a.c A. in hi. .i-.u - - ' -V- HI. Mf Ull VIUIU ing and burned him fearfully, from the oueuiB ui wmou ne aiea to-day. Cabson, June 13. The ease of Hone and Cade, the anti. rhino.. suited in a verdict of gnilty. They were Boumuocu 10 me iuu extent of the law beins fined 200 aanh ftP A flaw )inill)aaJ days imprisonment, and will probably uo uuuuiy jaii to discover that they were not especially appointed to settle tbe Chinese question. The aaaa nf tha TTnitl ai.. " Waitz, Land Register, charged with ex' tortion oama tin vaatanl.w a. haustive arguments and a strong oharge of Judge Hilly tr against the defense set up the case was given to tbe jury at 2 p. m. After a deliberation of one hour and a half the jury came in and, failing to agree, were discharged. Tbey stood six and six. The eaaa a In h. il. t-i.j in Ootober. Sols Aoknot. W. B. 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, school books, stationery, music, cigars and tobaooo, Press Wand's Saloon. tf Removkd. Robt. Adams tailor, has removed to Laoonr street, four doors from Main street, in Lvnch's blook. whore he has on hand largo and fine assortment of olothes, oassimeres and vestings adapted to oustom trade and made uo at reasonable) mIm. PI and repairing done. tf Dailt Entebpbisb. San Franoisco Post, Sentinel, S. F. Call. Salt Lake Tribune and 8. F. Courtier sold by " a, ntison, dealer in muBio, musio paper, school-books, Teading matter, cigars and tobacco, at Press Wand's oatuon. (f Bbiok BnrLDnto, Laoonr street. Brick Building, Laoonr street. Orient Saloon. Orient Saloon. Your Choice, One Bit. Yonr Cboioe, One Bit. Billiards 25 Cents. Billiards 25 Cents. mytf Dbolcttb t Hbllowbll. If you want any tin ware, sheet iron and copper ware mannfaAtnnut nr van.!. ed, and also plumbing at very lowpnoes, ru iu a. a. uaipin a io., wno employ none but first-class workmen. tf. Millinebt Goods. I have on band a large and nioe assortment of trimmed hats for ladies and children, whioh I will Ben at coat prices, lm Mas. Wabd, Laoonr st. Ics I lea I Iob 1 1 8. B. Martino once more announces himself as being in the. field with a large supply of fine, clear ioe, which will be sold at reasonable price. Leave orders at Folks & Mo Alpin's. Db. J. S. Hammond bag established an offloe over the State Bank. Residence a. uiute s house, Cedar street. Rkckivkd. A book containing a de scription of tbe Andersonvilla Prison J.ou,c.U. yy. jj, WILSON. I dksihk that orders for ice be eft at Press Wand's Saloon; in Bullion, at uiuau s oaioon. w, it. Wilson. Coonao, brandy, fine whisky, Holland gin. and old Jamaica mm. at T. D. Pnn. jade's. tf Fbksr imported Cigars just received by W. R. Wilson. Hormn to rent on I annne street . W R. Wilson. tr 8. O. STEELE. i. A. TUBJULL. STEELE fc TURRIXL, MALEBS ot And all kinds of PRODUCE. PRISE CORRAL, open to Teamster. A arFFLX or . OB HABD. BTEKLB TURRTLL, l-tl Lower Main street, Pioche. Ne? . J. COOK. BINBT SEED LIVERY STABLE, MEADOW VALLET 8TBEET, IO0HU . HBYADA COOK & BEED, PEOPBIET0E8. Stock Boarded by the Day or Week and care. uitT astewwo. Jel-tt Louis Kouaua MaXBAH tUXXB Has AJUfKa KULLrM t ACER nrrovrsas and deals a Cigars and Tobacco, KAVT7V ACriTUBa 0 v Genuine IlaTana dg&ra. Hoe. SOS AND Sflt Bacbaxbxto Bf., Keattrant BAA maoiBUO. Full assortment of groceries and pro visions at T. C. Poojade a, Meadow Val iey street. tf Ihtobtkd sherry, port and claret wines at ronjaae s tf Chbbb. Fresh eastern cheese mat a.Sl m " W a . Bmt brtrnU of Tobtoco and cigars at at vujswutj Fbbsb Garden Seeds at G. R. Alexan der s urug more. A Bouaa to let. W. R. Wilson. 1. B. Hon. J a., . BacramaBto. O. H.riSB, Pioohe. MOTT, FISH & CO., Uaadow VeUley at PIOCHE - - - - NEVADA. iMPORTXina And Dealers io mill and lmrnro supplies. Blacksmith's Hardware, Iron and Steel, O T A-iaci Tinware. fea-tf BAirma houses. THE STATE BANK OF NEVADA PIOOHE. Baaird af Dlraetem JOHN P. EELLET President JA8. FIKLATSON Vlos President OHA8. A. W1EDERHOLD Saeratarv CP. PHILBON J.W.WBIOHT, H. B. LUBBOCK HABBT I. THOBXTON. Attorneys i THORNTON, EELLET k OABBEB DEPOSITS RECEIVED, EITHER ON OPEN SAntmni or 4a 4mm m 4m. . i. , , , -- " nmniu par- able on demand. EXCHANGE DRAWN UPON NEW TORK and BAN FRANCISCO, And other principal cities of the V, B. Also npon LONDON, DUBLIN, PARIS, BERLIN And all of the principal cities of Europe. Currency Bought and Sojd. Collections Promptly Made. Railroad and MlnlDfr Stock Bought and Sold on Commission. Monoy Loaned on Stocks.1 CerrsapoaulaHts i LAID LAW k CO., Agents of the Bank 1 . of California 1 n OI LONDON and BAN FBANCIBOO ) nana. iamiTKij ana t. U. . LATHAM s) 00., Block 84,1 "BBelecB Brokers...... J Jal-tf . J. W. WBIOHT, Bank Manager. W. E.GRIFFIW, AMD AGINT WELLS. FARCO&CO.. PIOCHE, NEV. , fTlRANRAOTS A nvNl;niT. hihittki t r to X INKS8. Deposits received on Open Ac count or Certificates issued therefor. Exohanirn drawn on all the principal cities of the United Slates, Canada and Europe. Will nnrchasa RIIh. mnA OmAn n make advaneea on um -nri bH n a- ,.Bna account. COBBMPONDIHTS! WELLfl, FARGO d( CO., San Francisco, Cal. WKLLS, FARGO df CO., 85 Broad war. New Toik. BIVBS, it ALLEN, 61 King William street, London, Eng., Agents Wells, Fargo k Co. OFFICE In Wells. Vmran It fWa nnl1.11n Main street, Pioche, Nevada. mrtM-tf J. EISENHINN & (0.. MAIN BTBXKT, PIOCHB NEVADA, IMPORTERS AND I3EAXJBCK.S IN IRON, STEEL, MILL and MINING SUPPUES, HOSE, BELTING, PACKING, Oas' Pipe and Fittings, Paints, Oils and Naval Stores. Agricultural Implements STOVES, CROCKJERY, eLABS WARB, sad MOTOR WRN, ISH1NS SOOD8. W aa Copper, Tin and Sheet-Iron Wars. PlnmU t, iiini awwnmn, Wl ABB NOW PREPARED TO CON. treat foe Al Vtn. niMu. w P1te. Lift P llm Da. ha of u. mniaii -i ..a Wsight- . Alaa Aaanta fo tha ruiiM.i.i sm. !..-. OookStovas, ana-tf J. LEVIN sir; CO. Imported and Domestio Cigars, TOBACCOS, STATIONERY, . SCROOL BOORS And a Large Assortment of OONRRCTIONRRY, Om Dm WUw Ph. ValaaathaPa wan ssanuoMaT. raxlajir BJaad w vauuaw BlTMl, tUlm StTMt,. .Piaeka tali-tf TOGROCEIIS AND OTHEnS. ALL PERSONS BEQUIRINO FINE TABLE SALT flan ha mimllMl K. 14 r,.. , ) at his store, who ta agent for tha Solar Salt vonipauj u riocoa, Baca ot soy sis always niTM-tf MILES QTJILLEN. Agent NOTICE. rJIBIB IB TO NOTIFY EVERY ONE THAT .a, - -" ..uui.nu an niT laierew ana connection with the Balonn nf n.in Laoonr atreet. AH debts will be paid hy him and all debts das the concern will be collected 07 aim. Pioche, Oct. 1st, im. oft-tf JOB. OPI1 HASDWASE. J. J. HALPIN & CO. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS B H A R3) 177 ARE, Mill and Mining Goods, Iron. .... BBtnvol. STOVES AND TINWARE, XXlAaBtlaB.B Powder, Giant Powder and Fuse. WB ARB PREPARED TO OUT AND FTP fl.a Drt m - . . . . . " aianaiaewnw au amna 01 Tin, Bheat Iron and Copper Work. Wo will marantea to iM aatlafactiaB aa all tooaa aunfacturaS by ns, and at Than any other arm la Pioche. J-" J. RALPtN k CO. nriaxxa & zieAZsPm. lafPORTBRS, waoiiWti akd Utah, ntaLxas is Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars Pmprlotswa CaaanapaUtnai Ralaaa, Meadow Talley Btasst, TBI PROPRIETORS TAIB PLBA8URX IM informina old himm n they will oontlnne. as heretofore, to keep . T XsXQT703B OZO-Ja,ZlBJ IN THIS MARKET. anBMf T. 3SkC. QA.TJ jjjq-. IMPOBTEB AND WHOLESALE DBALBB IN Winea Iaiqnon Sc Cig Fire-Proof Building La- cour street. BETWEEN THE POSTOFFIOE AND JUSTICE S OFFICE, PIOCHB NEVADA. Goods Taken on Storage. N CONNECTION WITH THB ABOTI A Sample Room la attached, where nothing but flwo Litawera selected from th. abore stock will be dispanaad. JUST ARRIVED' AT MILLER & BENNETT'S sax mm mmi, MEADOW VALLEY STREET, A LABOI VOZ ow No. I LACER DEER DIRECT FROM BAN FRANCISCO. I AM ready to sell to all patroniaers by GLASS, iVTJART, GALLON AND KBO D liverwd Fraa of Chnrga. mllE BAB TH WKT.T. flrmvT.ltn wnrn mn X beat assortment of Wines, Liquors and Cigars Ha vana Brands. two no. 1 BILLIARD TABLES In the Saloon. Billiards 3S Cants a Oama. Olvanaacall and von will ha m 4a wu you want. EL DORADO SALOON. MAIN ST.. PIOCHE. j. o. zxecozmzes PBOPBIITOB. FINEST XjXaT70: mytT.tf D. C. CLAEE & beot: 8TONH STORB, LOWER MAIN STREET, PIOCRR, NBTVADA. WHOLESALE AND RETAIJ, ROCBRIBS,! PROVISIONS, POWDRV, . rvmm. AND GBNBBAL ItSBOHAKDISR. awlMf LULIDCR! XUEZDSnt V. WE AVER. MAIN, 1IOVKMAN, da PIOCRR STB., 41 AN SUPPLY All BINDS OP MINING J and Bnlldina Lumber. Sawed Lnnhar. Laths, Bhinalaa, Ptckata, ho., from Nattva Ajumoar, Whalala nr Ratnll m ma-a HOTELS & EE8TAUZAIT3. BA277X EZCZXAXIOX: RESTAUHA1TP. DICK RIEPE JNO. TITLE R. OPENS .... OE STREET,. Adjoining Baas SooU'a Balooa. on fcty Jo, iti, L7i 3pHB TABU WOX BE SUPPLIED WITH l tbe BteCMT the Ftoche and Baa Frnndaao arkeu aOard. ALL DELICACIBB) SBASOW. OPEN DAY AND NIOHT For tha atw mortal ion of roeats, Call and try na. JS-lf BIBPB k TITTER, 8 AN FRANCIGCCT RE8TAURAHT MEADOW T ALLEY BTKEBT, Opmoalta Dextav BUhla. 09 SlnMaal ds FMsk Oyaaaratnavavy atyla. Oman aa and ajsktrar tha aiesiisadstloaof aspMbUa. ata.tr OAfJ JOGE MAIM STREET, PIOOHH NHVADA, rl TJmCB8iaNEI HAVTNO LEABED this popular Hones. I v has had tha earn, tborooghly orated aad repaired. Tha ROOMO ARE LARCH AND WELL VENTILATED! THE WU1 be snpplied with tha best tha market oonafortabla and at hone. Will be .applied with hot and sold water. Ohanrea raaaonabl. a ahatw of pnblio patronasa to ravpeetfully A. D. MILLER, Pnp'r. Jnlyiiui, mi. Jyu-tf S. S. DAXTZIEZI AS UOrXNBS TBI Meadow Valley Brewery, Main and Meadow Talley .Btreeta, as a FIRST-CLASS SALOON. rU PBOPBTETOB TAKES PLEASI7RB III Informinfl old patrons and new nnra. that a wu aisiuiai a. anev tne PINEST WINRS, U4TJORS dk CIO ARB Tits MARKET. Then la also Clmh and Cmw . nected with tha above ttlsMlshraant . OIvsb hinaav CaUl. O. 71. AXEZAIIDEZl. Druggist ana Apothecary. KEEPS CONSTANTLY. OM HAND A LABOE lot of Pure Drugs, Medicines Chsaictls, Perfussry, Sosps, .AllS.a. All -Toll Lxrtlol, .AS 1 LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE. PlaJMsapaadto Lnewnr Ml. SnEHT700D Sl SXIOh MAIN STRERT, PIOCRB, CAE BDPPLT ALL END ..ov... MTNINa AMD BUIXDINO LUMBER. BAWBD TIMBEB, HEWED TIMBER ARB POLE OAUfOBNIA LUMBER, REDWOOD and BTJOAB PTNB MOULDUiaB and BHTJf OLKB, DOOM aad WnrPOWB ato. Also. BTOTE-WOOD. anv lanath and 1 w aanwaiaua sal a. R. RJOR. Aajosit. IsbU-U REMOVAL! RSMOVALt J.I7E3B1TT MAIN AND LACOUB STREETS, PIOCHB, COOKmCHAKTS BBAUBn) IB Utah ProducB) and Cenerat K:rchanc:ra inponxsa unrs tfMXhm LXQTJCnSa . n-tf . UOTICE. A IX STATE AND OOUNTt TAXFS E J thaflnsalyaaiUnaranOWdM avA , M, and the law h taaard to tbaai Caw. A will UatrtoU 1 lUSVV'A. Tiaaaiirs LhMota Oannty. rhmant, sad - taMoTMBnaarnar, -taa. ,OoaihaeTura.