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SATURDAY. APRIL 14. 117 LOCAL" INTELL1C ENCE. DISTRICT COURT. Tho District Court met on Saturday, April 7tb, at 10 a. M., and transacted tbe (ollowins business: A. A. Young vs. F, W. Clate; motion to retfti oost bill herein set for this day by consent of counsel aontinaed until Monday, April 9tb. Livingston & Co. Vi. Miles Quillen; sow comes plaintiff by their counsel and move tbe Court to Slo an amended com plaint herein; said motion being sup ported by affidavit, and oounsel lor de fendant making no objection, tbe plain tiff! are allowed to me tneir atnenaeu complaint, and defendant given until Friday, April 13ih. in whioh aid amended complaint. auawer Wells, Fargo & Co. vs. Linooln county; trial resumed. J. M. Hamord una J. 0. Henderson sworn and . examined. Documentary evidence introduced and plaintiff rests. Counsel for delendant moves for a non-suit on the grounds that said plaintiff has failed to prove that the claim for whioh this action was brought was presented to the Board of Connty Commissioners of Lincoln county within six months from tbe time that they al lege tbe amount embraced in tbe claim on which this action is brought became due, but on the contrary has proved that said claim was not presented to tbe said Board of County Commissioners nntil after tbe said six montns nad expired, which motion was granted by the Court, to whioh ruling of tbe Court oounsel to' plaintiff then and there duly excepted. On motion a stay of execution was granted for 20 days. The Clerk of this Court having pro cured a new seal, it is hereby adopted as the seal of the Seventh Judicial District Conrt in and for Linooln oounty, State Nevada, and it is further ordered that the impression of said seal be made upon the minutes of the Court of this day's proceedings. Court then adjourned to Monday, April 10, 1877. Monday's pbocked:no8. A. A. Young vs. F. W. Clate; the mo lion to retax costs herein came on regu larly, to be heard after partial argument : tbe matter is ordered continued to Sat urday. April 21st. Court then adjourned to Monday, Ap ril lUtb. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. The Board of County Commissioners met yesterday at 12 o'clook and tran sacted tbe following business: It appearing to th Board of County Commissioners from tbe report of tbe Uounty Treasurer, dated March Jl, ism, that he has transferred from the General County Fond to the District Judge's Salary Fund tbe sum of 11,533. 12, with out authority ot law, it is hereby ordered, in accordance with an order heretofore made, tbat the said report be corrected, and tbe haul not having been complied with, it is ordered tbat tne Uounty Treas urer transfer said sum, so transferred as aforesaid, from the Judge's Salary Fund to the General County Fund, and that the Auditor make the necessary entries in bis book to oonform to this order. The Board then adjourned. Nevada Cimtbal B. R. Two trips witb ore cars were made during the past week, nineteen oars or one hundred tons of ore being conveyed to the Condor and Raymond x Ely mills. Tbe locomotive was employed on Sunday last in going over tbe track and niacins it in order. During tbe trip down on Saturday last tbe box in one of the ore cars beoame broken, the ore having to be dumped in another car and the broken car thrown off tbe track. The platform car was also put off the track, as it was constantly running off. Tbe track is now in good ruuning order and a train loaded will probably go down this morning. Not Made Rioht. A six-year-old boy oi nocbe wai told by bis father on Wednesday last that he was to be swopped off for a girl, as tbe father was tired of boys. To this tha youngster seriously obieoted. on whioh tbe parent torn mm that then he would dress him lift in m a' nlnThAa and mnba at l vl -vl . .... - . - up in girls' clothes and make a girl out of him. He instantly replied, "You oan't do that," and on ths father asking him, "Why not?" bis reply was, "I ain't made right 1" Knowing youngster mai. Sickness. Considerable siokness is new prevailing in town amongst ohildren, tbe complaint generally being sore throat. The dootors all agree that it is oauaed by the sudden chances from beat to cold, and the negleot of parents u eoaoge onuaren s doming to corres pond with tbe ohange in temperature. Fbeiobt Abbiveo. Freight for tbe following parttes arrived on Wednesday last by the Eureka A Palisade Raliroad earns: U R. Alexander, R. Riepe, Wells, 'RO & Jo., Uibfried & Rrisacher, H o.. Day and Raymond z Ely mine rowEB o appointment. under a recent enactment of the Legislature the power of appointment to fill vaoanoies to the offloe of boards of eduoation has been restored to tbe County Superin ouuenis. Bullion Shipment, Wells, Fargo St shipped bullion during the past wk, from the Raymond k Ely and vonoor mills, valued at $9,284. Leeds Bcllion. Savon bara of bul lion arrived from the Leeds Mining Com- 5n7,.d"lo8 past week, valued 7,134.35. ' SELLING V. S. CATTLE. Deputy Marshals Tom Lane, Tom Smith and J. F. Curtis, returned to Pioche on Tuesday last from a trip to the Muddy via. St. Thomas, bringing with tbem as prisoners to go to Carsou, Robert Logan, John H. Fiokett and L. R. Cummings; Mr. Holland, depnty Agent at tbe Maopa Indian Reservation coming along as a witness. The facts ot tbe case as near as we can learn are as follows: L. R. Cummings and wife have been employed to work on tbe Reserva tion by H. M. Barnes, the Indian Agent. Having worked for a long time witbout receiving payment, or getting any satis faction from Barnes at his depnty, they commenced suit against Barnes before Justice Logan for tbe recovery of their money. Constable Pickett levied on tbe oattle as Barnes' property, they not be ing branded with the D. S. Government brand, but simply witb a "V. 11, and sold the same for tbe benefit of Cum mings' claims against Barnes. All these parties olaim that they are innocent in regard to knowing tbeBe were Govern ment oattle, as there is so muon "specu lation" going on at tbe Reservation witb regard to cattle, grain, etc, that it is a hard tbiog to tell whether the Reserva tion is being run by the Government or in the private interests and for the uses of 11. M. Barnes, lha Indians get none of the crop of grain which they help to raise witbout they pay for it, and not twenty head of beeves have been slaught ered in the last three years for tbeir ben efit. It is the same old story in regard to Indian Reservations, and is a repe tition of tbe case of tbe Rev. Mr. Bate- man, who had charge of the Walker River Reservation. The Maopa Reser vation is not only an eyesore to tbe ranchers on the Muddy, but to the In dians themselves. Logan, Pickett and Cummings were taken to Carson on Thursday last, where they will have a bearing, and if tbey proye tbe facts as tbey state them ; will be discharged, and. as a matter of course, will have to pay their own fare from Carson back to Pioohe. In tbe meantime, tbeir ranches are neglected and their crops growing. "Johnny Lkonabd's Cask." The Cor oner a jury, called at Ward City, April 2d, to enquire into the oausa of the death of Charley Bello, brought in a verdict that death was caused by pistol shots fired by tha hand of John Leonard, and oalled on the Coroner to issue a warrant for the arrest of Leonard to have an ex amination before a proper Court, Leon ard had a hearing before Justice Murray at Ward City, on the 4th of April, and was by him committed on the charge of murder to the custody of the Sheriff of White Pine oounty. On tbe 5th of April he wan being conveyed to Hamilton in charge of Deputy Sheriff Jim Dean, when tbe stage upset, bruising Leonard and several of the passengers. Jim Dean bad his ankle broken and dislocated He was resting well, however, at last ac counts. Leonard was conveyed to Ham illon under tbe charge of other parties Ths Mobmon Tsmplb. There being a number of photographs in Pioohe of the 'Mormon Temple at St, George," many have been anxious to know the size of the building to judgs if it will be suitable lor a Court-House when tbat portion of Utah Territory is annexed to tbe btate ot Nevada. For their benefit we give its dimensions: The length is 141 feet, 8 inches; width, 93 feet, 4 inobes; height. 84 feet from the grade of ground to the parapet. The tower is 31 feet square and us leet nign to tne top ot tbe vane. Ihe depth of the foundation is ten feet. being 12 feet wide; so it can be seen that this really will answer every purpose or a first-class Court-house, as it is perfeotly built in all parts. There will be no plastering tailing down and oraoklng, as was tbe caae in the rioobe Uourt-bouse Town Lots. Judge Fuller has been selling during tbe past week the U. 8, patent right to various town lots in the town of Pioche. lbs lots Bold were those whose owners had not taken their deeds to the same from him, be having a U. S. patent for the town-site. Lota were Bold in different portions of tbe town at very low figures. Tbe proceeds of tbe sales, after deduoting tbe price of C uller s deed, goes to a building or town lot fund, Cbanor inFbsiqht. We are informed by W. E. Griffin, agent for Wells, Fargo Jfc Co, atPioobe, that a ohange has been I - . ... T made in regard to ouargea on small paroels. Heretofore paroels valued at $10 and over, expressage was oharged according to valuation; now charges on valuation will only be made on paroels valued at $50 or over. Balance op Spue-wheel. The seoond rim for tbe spur-wbeel of Ihe Raymond x Ely pump arrived here by tbe Eureka Sc Palisade teams on Wednesday last. Its weight is 14,000 pounds. This com pletes the outfit for tbe wheel, which win probably be placed in position before tbe end ol the momn. Flowebs, Boquets of flowers were brought into town in large numbers last week by the Indians, and sold to parties desiring tbem. i lowers oan ne garn ered now in large quantities arouua me outskirts of tbe town. Soctthebn Hotel. We learn tbat telegram was reoeived in Pioche to the effect that tbe Southern Hotel, at St, Louis, Mo., was burned inuring last week and sixty persons perished. New Scpsbintendent. Ws learn from ' a reliable souroe that Garney F. Williams baa been appointed Superin tendent of the Leeds Mining Company at Silver Reef, Utah Dead. Ex-Sheriff Gilmoro, of Eureka at oounty. died at Eureka on Monday morn Una last. Itee'a ConfeeslonBUhop's the Gen- uln.e Article Nsw Yoke, April 6. A Sun Washington speoial says: An affidavit was was filed to-day in the At torney General's office in regard to Lee's last confession. It was made by Gilmar, one of Lee's guards, who deposes that the confession was obtained by Howard, a prosecuting attorney, by promising a reprieve. The affidavit also says: As published by Howard, several important faots of tbe confession implicating Brig bam Young, were omitted, which, it is claimed, aooounts for tbe discrepancy between Howard's confession and Bishop's. A Runaway. Tbe team belonging to the Alps Mining Company and drivsn by A. J. Blair, Superintendent, on Monday morning last, whilst going down Meadow Valley street, became frightened at a bale of oakum lying in tbe road. Tbey started to run from the road up a bank, throw ing Mr. Blair out, and continuing their run down Meadow Valley street, where tbey were stopped by Thompton Camp bell nearly opposite bis residence. One of tbe fore-wbeels of the baggy was con siderably damaged and a spoke broiien in each of tbe others. Mr. Blair injured bis hip and shoulder slightly and had his knee bruised considerably. He is, however, all right now. He made a very narrow escape with bis life, and may consider tbat he was lucky in escaping with such slight injuries. On the run one of the horses fell and was dragged on his side a considerable distanos down the street before he regained his feet. The animal was oonsiderablybruised. An Upset. The job wagon owned by Alex," the Frenohman, was being drawn down Meadow Valley street by a mule ridden by Frank Curtis, wben the boy in guiding the animal around into Main street made too short a turn, in conae- quenoe of which the cart struck the post at the corner, upsetting it and throwing down the mule. The boy was thrown off with one leg partially nnder the mule, He was quickly lfted out, end it was found that he had esoaped any serious injuries, having only sustained some bruises. The cart was quiokly righted and business proceeded witn as usual. Spbakeb's FrjENACi. George A, Spraker made several trials with his fur nace during the past week for the pur pose of testing the day to see if it would make a suitable lining for furnaces. A large number witnessed bis experiments; there being a diversity of opinion in re gard to the trial, many seeming to think that tbe furnace was not heated to a de gree of heat sufficient to solve tbe ques tion whether the day would answer. Mr. Spraker, however, thinks the trial was sufficient and that the day is sucoess. Depdtx Assessors. R. P. Dayton, County Assessor of Lincoln county, has made the following named gentlemen as bis deputies in the looations mentioned Mortimer Fuller for Pioche District Wo. Gedling for Bnllionville; A. M Findley for Panaoa; J. U. Nash for El Dorado Canyon; Chas. G. Heath for Hiko; and W. Sherwood for Clover Val ley. These deputies will attend to any business oonneoted with the Assessor's office in tbe places mentioned, Higblaad FrjBNACE. The small fur nace at Highland stopped work on Tues day last, having run out of ore, During its short run nine tons of bullion was taken out, the assay value of whioh was $227. 50 per ton. It will be started again as Boon as sufficient ore Is procured to make a long run. The furnace has proved itself a suooees every time it has been tried. Habdwabs. Frank Wheeler notifies the publio through the columns of to day's Rkcobd tbat be has purchased all the right, title and interest of Geo. W. Arnold in the hardware store, situated on Main street, adjoining the Raymond & kjj omoe, and that be will now carry on tbe same with a new and fast in creasing stock of goods which be will sell at remarkably low prices. Mb. J. F. Halloban left Pioche on Tuesday morning. . Mr. Halloran has resided among us for nearly two years, during which time he has oreditably filled several responsible posirions. He had charge of tbe editorial department of th(1 B100BD 8t one time, and taught I . , uhu uuunii, u, dun nuiLUEiiai uunnuiui the Grammar Sobool of Pioche until witbin a few days ot bis departure Fibb. A fire took plaoe on Saturday last in a miner's oabin on the hill baok of Thornton & Kelly's office. The alarm was quickly given and the fire ex tinguished by noon nose uompany before muon damage was done. The cause of the fire was found to be from a defective stovepipe. Chines! Festival. To-day, April 14th, is the anniversary of the birthday of tbe Chinese god, "Pah Tai" God of the Extreme North. Ceremonies of three days' duration are held at their temple in San Fianoisoo, commencing on the evening of the 11th Inst. Fob the Black Hills. John 0. Bow- mer, ex-memoer of tne Legislature trom Linooln county, has departed for the Blaok Hills. He did not even have re- sDeot enoush for his constituents to re turn bere and give an account oi nis stewardship, Abbiveo. John Cahill, a former resi dent of Pioche, but latterly of San Fran oisco, returned here on Wednesday last, H will take tbe position of assayer for tbe Raymond s, my uompany at ui lionville, Low Sunday. To-morrow is Low - Sunday, being Easter. ths first Sunday after Tbe Reason. Many who reside in Pioche have purchased Leeds Mining Company stock, and are surprised at the low price at which it is selling on the Board and cannot make out the reason for its oon tinned depreciation, but tbe cause lies in San Francisco. It is not the fault of the management in Silver Reel, tbe Company there working the mine and mill as cheap as is possible. The real cause is that a stockbroker who was one of tbe original subscribers, was promised 0,000 sbares at bed-rook prices, but shortly after the stock was placed on the Board it commenoed to raise and the management refused to let bim have the shares except at marget prices. This be thought was a breach of faith, and he baa done all he possibly can to keep tbe stock down and threatens to run it altogether off the Board. Tbe Dbvumeb Law to be Tested. The Constitutionality -of the enactment of "the drummer law," whioh was passed at the last session of the Legislature, is about to be tested in the Nevada Su preme Court, Able counsel have been retained by some of the leading mercan tile houses of San Francisco, on a con tingent fee of $1,250. If the law is de clared constitutional the oounsel get nothing. Of the amount of the fee $800 has already been subscribed,' and the balance will be in a few days. FnoM Philadelphia. We learn by a private letter received from Philadelphia that an exhibition will open on the 10th of May on the Centennial grounds. The main building is still retained and will be filled with machinery, paintings, etc, and Machinery Hall will be occupied by the Franklin Institute Exhibition. It will be kept up during the entire summer. Lafayette Rkstaubant. Mrs. A. D. Miller has taken charge of the Lafayette Restaurant and Hotel, and will hereafter oonduct tbe Bame in first-olass style Board can be had for $9 per week, or 50 oents per meal, and nice dean beds per night at 50 oents. ' Parties will do well to give Mrs. Miller a trial and judge for themselves. We are satisfied that they will be pleased. Defabts. J. M. Gaudin, who has been a business man and resident of Pioche, has closed up his plaoe of busi ness here and will leave on this morn ing's stage for Oakland, California. Mr. Gaudin intends starting in the liquor business in that town. We wish him every possible suocess in bis new ven ture. The Mines. No change worthy of mention has taken plaoe in the working of the Raymond & Ely or the Alps mines. Tbe mills of both companies keep hard at work, as thejinorease in the ship ment of bullion show. Mr. Bidwell has arrived and taken obarge of the thirty- stamp Raymond & Jiily mill. Ustobtdnate Debtob. A man owing a bill, which he either could or would not pay, was beaten over the head with a six-shooter by bis creditor on Saturday night last at tbe corner of Main and Meadow Valley street. This is rather an original way to oollect old debts. Bank Exchange. Diok Riepe, of tbe Bank Exchange Restaurant, has just re ceived and serves to his guests imported anchovies, San Diego honey, old Sap Sago cheeBe, horse radish, and other delicaoies fresh from the San Francisco market Money Counted. The County Com missioners dropped in on Diok Bourne, Deputy County Treasurer, at the State Bank. The county and State money was oounted and found to be oorreot. The Commissioners found that the money was kept separate from the funds of tbe Bans. The Aeoonaut. Frank Wheeler suc ceeded in getting forty subscribers to the Argonaut iu Pioche last week. Tbe Argonaut is tbe weekly paper published Han Franoisco by rrauk rixley and others. Assessing). R. P. Dayton, County Assessor, started for the Muddy, St. Thomas, and the lower portions of the oounty for the purpose of making the assessment for tbe year 1877, Alex. Bbown has lost a Masonio mark, called a Keystone mark, which has his name engraved upon it. Any one finding it will be suitably rewarded by returning tbe same to him. Gambltno Law. Tbe up-stairs gamb ling law went into effcot on Tuesday, April 10th. It does not have any effect in Pioche, as no faro game is being dean bere now. Cohn's Mammoth Clothing and Dry Goods Emporium, at tbe old stand on Main street, opposite Meadow Valley street, has acain opened witb a new and well selected stock of goods per'aining to a first-class establishment. Everything new, nobby and stylisb. Satisfaction guaranteed in every instanoe. Call at the old stand, where goods are sold at bot tom Drioes. . . flENBx (JOHN, Main St. opposite Meadow Valley st Full assortment of groceries and pro visions at T. O. Poujade's, Meadow Val ley street. n. Bust brands of Tobaooo and oigars at Poujade's. . ' ' ' tf Fbbsh Garden Seeds at G. K. Alexan der's Drug Store. Cbiisi. Fresh White Biver cheese ust reoeived at T. O. Poujade's. This was Robert Stephenson's remark to the man who used to bother bim about neroetual motion: "If you will take yourself up by tbe waistband of your breeches and tarry yourself around the room, X will consider ths matter." AFRICAN MYTHOLOGY. Woman's Sis Convert Spring Into a, Great Lake, Says Stanley, in his last African letter to tbe New York Herald: Tbe Wahjiji, a tribe now occupying a small oouutiy near the center of the eastern ooaat of the Tanganyika, immigrants long sinoe from TJrimdi, have interesting traditions respecting tbe origin of Lake Tanga nyika. The first relatfB that the portion of this continent now oooupied by tbe great lake was a plain "years and years and years ago;" that on this plain was a large town, near where is not known. In this town lived a man and bis wife, with an inciosure round tbeir duelling, wliiah contained a remarkably deep well oi fountain, wbenoe an abundant sup ply of fresh fish was obtained for their wants. The exlstenoe of tbe fountain and its treasure was kept a profound secret from all their neighbors, as the revelation of its existence had been strictly prohibited by father to son for many generations within this particular family, lest some heavy calamity dimly foretold would happen if tbe prohibition was not striotly respeoted; and, re membering the injunction, the owners of tbe fountain lived long and happily, and fresh fish formed' their mairt food each day. The wife, however, was not very virtuous, for she permitted another man in seoret to share the love whioh should have been solely bestowed on her hen proper buBband, and among other favors she frequently gave to her lover some of the fresh fish, a kind of delicious meat he had never before tasted, and which roused his utmost ouriosity to as certain wbenoe Bhe obtained it. For a long time he oeased not to ask, whioh tbe woman steadily refused to tell. Una day tbe husband was compelled to begin a journey to Uvinza, but before departure be striotly enjoined his wife to look after bis house closely, to admit no gossips witbin the doorB, and, above all, not to show the fountain. The African Eve solemnly promised to oomply with his instructions, though secretly she re joiced at tbe prospect of bis absence. A few bonrs after ber husband s departure she left her house to seek her lover, and when she found him she said to him: You have for a long time demanded to know from whenoe I obtained that de licious meat you have bo often praised. Come with me, I will show you." African Eve then took him to ber house, in op position to ber husband's wish but as view a view to enhance the glories of tbe fountain and the pleasure of viewing tbe fish sporifully displaying their silver sides in the water, she first entertained ber lover with tbe fish cooked in several ways, nor was she neglectful to satisfy bis thirst with wine of her own manu facture. Then, when her lover began to be impatient at the delay, and having no other cause to postpone tbe exhibition, Bbe invited bim to follow her. A fenoe of water cane plastered over witb mud enclosed the wondrous fountain, within whose orystal depths be saw the fish. For some time he gazed on tbe brilliant oreaturea with admiration; then seized with a desire to handle one of them and regard tbem mora olosely, he put bis hand within tbe water to catch one ot tbem, when suddenly tbe well burst forth, the esrth opened her womb, and soon an enormous lake replaced tbe plain. within a few days the nusbana, re turning from Uvinza, approached Ujiji, and saw to his astonishment a large lake where onoe a plain and many towns stood; and he know then that bis wife had revealed tbe secret of the mysterious fountain, and tbat punishment had fallen upon ber and ber neighbors because of herein. Burlington Hawkeye: We are told that Colonel Carbin, tbe new military secre tary at the White House, "is tall, like a grenadier with a mustache." All tbe short grenadiers, then, shave the upper lip? It is well. What ho, JJartholol Bring hither a spoonlul of or earn and the tortuous shelled cat. Mrs, Partington Bays tbat just before tbe lata war ciroumstanoes were Been around the moon nightly, shooting stars perambulated the earth, tbe deeK oi the sun was covered witb black spots of ink, and comics swept the horizon witb tbeir opera tio tails. Everybody said tbat it proiugated war, and sere enough war did MUM. - A Cincinnati obap rigged a few wires at one end of a uiusio-bex and Invited tbe Bolid citizens to hear the "tele phone." Alter an bous of mnsio, sup posed to emanate irom cnioago, some body discovered the triok, and the solid citizens are enraged beyond expression. If tbe Southern idea is that of recog nizing the separate rights of the States, and ot each state mindinc its own busi ness, why does tbe ttovernor ot isortn Carolina take bo much interest in the Governor of South Carolina, and ask him how long it is between drinks? Tbe only meed of sympathy a very small boy had for the pupils of a deaf and dumb asylum, after a visit to tne in stitution, was tbat he "pitied tbem be cause torpedoes would be no use to tbem on the Fourth of July." , Six-year-old: "Mamma, what are twins made for?" Precocious older brother, quiokly: "So that oannibals may eat philopenas." LIST OF LEETTRS REMAINING IN THE POSTOFFICB AT Pioohe, Nov., April U, 1877. If not called for In four weeks tbey will be aent to the Pead Letter Offloe. . Bailey E 3 iS Lobar J 1 Bnuinan E Mathews T Boyded B Mortensua II Oarlgan B . , . Roy W B CallamaO BhlndlerMD ChrisholmTH ShinTbanrJ Gun F Sharp H Ipson Chris . BbivalyAP Laved C Wllooxen D 0 Persons calling for the above letters will please ear "Advertised." wuua a. aaivwi jr. FBEIGHTEfiS. EUREKA AND PALISADE RAIL ROAD. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. GREAT REDUCTION RATES OF FREIGHT ! SHORTEST AND ftTJICKKST BOOTS! TO PIOCHK, VIA BXRKKA AND PALISADE R. Fi. AND FAST FREIGHT TBAJSS. Bates payable In United States gold ooln or its equivalent. All Consignments ot Goods Forwarded with Promptness and Dispatch. No Forwardlaa; or Commiuton Charffoa. Mark Goods Cain "IS, dt P, R. H." All Liquors and Liquids will be transported only at the owner's risk of leakage. On and after May lat ul uttl No vember 1st, 18T6, Kates om all Flnt-Olass Freight from Fallsada to Pioche will be Tamo (9) Cents per Found, including transfer at Pal isade and Eureka. W. K. GRIFFIN, alS-tf Agent. G. R. ALEXANDER, Druggist ana Apothecary. ' KEEPS CONSTANTLY Ol BAUD A LABS lot of Pure Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumerj, Toilet Iwx-tloloMa. LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE. Malm St., Piocho, oppoolto Laeaa mr'4-tf A. COHN fc BRO. Wholesale and Eetail Dealers -ai- IMF0ETED AHD DOMESTIO Olg&rs and Tobnoo on MEEES0HAUM and 0THES PIPES Perfamerjr, Combs aAd Brasfcoe Ktc, Etc. Main nmt, uppoette Meadow Taller a j. mimm & to., MAIK BTBXK, P1UCHK NEVADA. IMPORTERS IRON, STEEL, MILL and MINING SUPPLIES, HOSE, BELTING, PACKING, (las Flpe and Fittings, Paints, Oils and Naval Stone, Agricultural Implements STOVKS, CROCKERY, GLASS WARE, aid HOCSBI 1TJKN ISH1NG GOODS. Xannfaetnnm of Copper, Tin and Sheet-Iron Ware. Flam bere Steam and OaaFlttors. , BUTE ABB HOW FBBFABBD TO COB ripe. Blowers, Fsiaats IT tract for Air Flpe, Blowers, Pipe, Lift Fumpe, o. weight. of any reqalndslseaaal Also Agents for tha OeUbreted Back's Patent Oook stoves. J. N. CUKTIS, (BuooMMwr to Boone si Bohaaa) FREE CORRAL, Lower Mmim St.. Plessie, Wholeaaleand Betall Sealer 1b BAT, GRAIN and UTAH FLOUH. sola Agent in Pioche rw FisH Erotler Wagons ani CcCcr WAGON BXTBUM, SSe. ' This Corral la h-w for the aao of b V i in 1. i l ,4 I ,1 r H Pi 1 ill i . i 11 'i If VI (Ci'.'l.- . u i. ! J. 1