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SATURDAY JANUARY 13. 1878 LOCAL I NT E L.L.I C E NC eT jiisTnicr court. The Court met pursuant to adjourn ment, teing the first day of the January Term. A. D. 1878. The following busi ness was transacted: The demurrer calendar was called and disposed of as follows: Ewing vs. Jen nings, continued for the term. Afjuayo vs. Maxwell, passed. Quillen vs. Lynch, passed. the trial oalendar was called and dis posed of as follows: A. Stewart vs. Clatc; set fur trial Janunry 81 b ; on mo tion Messrs. Sawyer & Fu'ler were sub stituted as attorneys for plaintiff and Thompson Campbell ordered substituted instead of Bishop & Sahin fnr defendant State of Nevada vs. Onus. Stein; set for trial January 8th. Eoeder vs. Travis; set for trial January 14th. Emanuel vs. Wright; sot for trial January 9th; on motion, Thompson Campbell is ordered substituted instead of Bishop & Sown as counsel for defendant. A. Aguayo vs. F. A. Johnson; get for trial January 8th. Ia the matter of the Estate of J 8. Pitzer, deoeased; the Court orders that letters testamentary be issued to Mrs. Rebecca S. Pitzer, and thnt the will be and that the same is hereby admitted to probate. Court adjourned to Tuesday, January 8th 1878. Tuesday's proceedings. A. Stewart vs. Clote; judgment en tered for $ 89.97; execution ordered Btayed for five days. Wednesday's peoceeinqs. Emanuel vs. Wright; dismissed on plaintiff'! motion, without prejndioe. Stats of Nevada vs. Cbas. Stein; on plaintiff's motion the case wag dismissed without prejudice. Court adjourned to Monday, January 14th, 1878. Eastebn Cidkb, on draught, at Pou- jade'g. Pioche Hosb. Pioche Hose held their regular monthly meeting on Monday evening, the 7th instant, and transacted the following business: The indebted ness of the oompany, as presented by the Storetarv. wag ordered settled. The monthlv dues tf members were placed at 50 cents per month from the first of January. 1878. The resignation of Thompson Campbell, as foreman and member of the oompany, wag accepted, and W. P. Goodman was eleoted foreman of the company to fill the vacancy. This resignation oauses a vaoanoy in tne Board of Fire Delegate!. Miami District. S. E. Niobola, Re corder of Miami District, arrived In town Thursday evening, and reports things in that looality as being in a very healthy condition indeed, the mines turning out beyond expectations, and new and vain able discoveries are being continually made. Teams, loaded with fifteen tons of ore, was to leave the mines for Pioche Friday morning and will probably or rive some time during Sunday. This ore is from the Lily May mine and was Rimply taken out as a "grub stake. The miners anticipate a lively time at this distriot during the coming Spring. CoNTnAcra. Jno. R. James has let contract to haul the tailings from the old Floral or Alps mill to the American Flag mill at Bullionville. Twenty-five tons per day are to be delivered. A contract has been lot by E. B. Dorsey to haul 40 tons ot ore daily from tbe Day mine Jaokrabbit District, to Ham Light's old statiou on the Nevada Central Railroad This hauling business is bringing a large demand for bay, so that our ranchers come near demanding their own price for that article. Left. Isaao BlcManntw, one of tbe parties tried for the murder of Holland and Carter at the Maopa Keservatioi left town last week, and for what place we were unable to learn, but we did learn that just before he departed h "put up a job" to steal the bone belong ing to the Sheriff. It inisourried some' how, so that he did not get tbe animal and it is a pretty luoky thing for the BDerm that he dirin t, for MoManus is a shrewd scoundrel and it is not likely ne would have been very easily caught Notice. Henry Raymond, President of the Hercules Silver Mining Company warns all parties against purchasing th Htroules or Cave mine of Bristol Dis triot, as tbe title is in dispute, said prop erty being claimed by the Herooles Sil ver Mining Company of San Francisco, vumornia. 20-Stamp Mill. In oonsequence of tbs Day mine developing such an im mense amount of ore in tbe discovery cut the 20-stamp Raymond & Ely mill will be started to work on it next week Enqinb Wanted. The Mayflower S W. Company are in need of small hoist log engine. Interview the Secretary voo. w. Arnold, in regard to it. A. J. Blair arrived here yesterday morning from Han Francisno. Hit in tends pushing mining matters with his mines m unstol Distriot. Eabtebn Cideb, on draught, at Pou Late Receipts at Poojade's: Coffee in saoks. " in papers, " in cans. Eastern Codfish. " Mackerel. Accident at tbe Day Mike. A terri ble blasting accident occurred at the Day mine, at Royal City, on last Sunday morning at about half past 10 o'clock, which caused serious injury to Dick James, John Toms and Mike Sullivan, miners engaged id working at the mine. It appears that three holes bad b?rn charged, fuse set, etc, in the discovery cut; tbe fuse had been set on tire and the men bad retired to the tunuc-1 for safety to await tbe dis charge. Three discharges shortly an nounced to them that the blasts were off. TVy then immediately returned to tbe ifcovcry cut, led by Jtrry Harrington, Dick James following. Harrington bad just passed one of the places where a blast bad been put In, and James was right over it, when another discharge took place, throwing rock, ore and de bris ia every direction, knocking down all but Harrington, who having passed beyond tbe place ot dwohargc, was com paratively safe. Harrington quiokly gave the alarm when men oame running to the assistance of the injured and a mes senger dispatched on horseback to Pioche for medical assistance. On examination it was fouud that Dick James was the worst injured of the three, his thigh being fractured below the joint, a Severe scalp wound and tbe left eye badly scorched by powder. John louis bad a portion of tbe index finger of the right and blown off and three very severe scalp wounds. Mike Sullivan's face was badly bruised and burned; bis back iB also contused and bis face filled with gravel. All of theBO men are badly hurt, James seriously so, but still not dangerous, although he has the prospect of a long confinement as the fr icture is in one of tbe worst places that it could possibly be id, bard to operate on and hard to heal. Rocks were blown in all directions, one piece weighing about fifty pounds having linen blown aorosB tne tunnel track and landed along side of two of tbe men standing there, but for tunately doing no injury. All that beard the shots, eveu tne injured men, say that there were four discharges, but bow tbe fourth shot occurred, when ouly three shots were put in, is a mystery that cannot be solve ). The injured men were oil doing as well as possible at last accounts. Indians Robbing. A number of rob beries of cabins and bouses that have not been occupied during the day time have ooourred lately, and have been occurriug for some time past, and it is now pretty definitely ascertained that tbe Indians are having quite a lively hand in tbe business. On Saturday last two ladieB, unseen, watcbed an Indian enter a boue on Meadow Valley street, by a side window, and after being in there a short time he came out again, when one of the ladies called to him, and poor Lo, ol the untutored mind, took leg-bail. Un in quiring of the owner on bis return that evening it was ascertained that the In dian bad ''gone through ' a pair of pantaloons in tbe house and stolen $4 n silver. If any one catches one of these red rascals in the act the best plan is to wear a piok-bandle out over the culprit's bead. This will either kill or cure him of that propensity. Them Slippers. Some ladies are afraid to present there loved one slip pers, least they walk off in them; but not so with a lady to whom a oertaiu young man, not a hundred miles from this office, pays his distresses to. With New Year's morning oame a very elegant pair fronts; we think tbe style is Persian, but be that as it may, they are very beautiful indeed. As a matter of course the re cipient was bappy at receiving them, and he "nung tbem to tbe breeze with that exhibition of joyneBs which betokened exuberance of spirits. All these fronts need new is a pair of soles, and to the shoemakers of Pioche we say that pro posals for thus putting them in running order will be received up to Janu ary 15th; plans and specifications to be seen at this ofhoe. Size 13. None but first-class, wholesoolid solemakers need apply. They are to be oompleted pre vious to February 22d, next. I. 0. O. F. Installation. On Friday evening, January 4th, the installation of the following officers to act for the ensu ing term of Mt Vernon Enoampment No. 8, I. O. O. F., took place at their hall, tbe officers being installed by R. H. Elam, D. D G P.: Joseph Behr, 0. P.; Joseph Eisenmann, H. P.; James D Martin, S, W ; R. H. Dawe, J. W ; D. A. Fulks, Treasurer; E R Clute, Scribe; R. U. Elam. 1st W.; F. Kuhls, 2d W ; John Jane, 3d W.; G. A. Spraker, 4th D B. Sbankland, G. John lierrans, 1. S. Louis Klein O. The Day Mine. A visit to tbe Day mine on Sunday last disolosed the fact that work is going on there pretty lively. Forty additional men had been plaoed to work; in fact every idle man around Royal bad a cbauce to work if he wished The ledue from the discovery out had been stripped on top a distanoe of 150 feet and ore was being taken from tbe cut at a rapid rate. Teams were bauliog away ore as fast as possible, and there are thousands of tons there yet for them to nam. Susceptible. Diok Bourne still re mains in San Francisoo, and may make that place his headquarters as he bad Beveral good moneyed offers to stay, so we learn, dick is as susceptible as usual and falls in and out of love with every new lady-face tbat is introduced Tbe florist has bad a heavy tun up to the present speaking. Five-stamp Mill. Barbee 4 Van Hagen have purchased tbe 5-stamp mill at Bullionville, and J. B. Van Higen is superintending the work of taking it down and moving it to Silver Reef. County Commissioners. The Board of County Commissioners held their regular monthly meeting on Monday, January 7th, and transacted the follow ing business, to wit: Tbe application of L. L. Woods for relief of Jaue Bird, indigent sick, was presented, filed and action thereon post poned. Communication of Mrs. I. Jennings was read and ordered filed. The quarterly reports for the quarter endine December 31st, 1877, of W. L. McKee, Sheriff; J. 0. Henderaon, Re corder; U. E. Allen, Justice of the Peace of Pioche Township, and J. M. Han- ford, County Clerk, were presented and ordered filed. Tbe following bills were presented and allowed: J. M. Hanford, fees. $215.50; Joseph Percival, salary, $100; . h. Lee, $62; D. A. Folks, Balary. $450; E. D. Turner, lodging jurors, $21; J. O. Hen derson, fees, $1U9; G. R. Alexander, salary as S "lool Supt., $150; D. C. Clark & Bro., merchandise, $26 69; T. Campbell, salary, $500; S. L. Lee, coro ner's lees, $9 95; Eliza Lawson, meat, $4 20; J. C. Lynch, salary, $150; J. N Craig, salary, $150; E. F. Morton, salary, $150; G. W. Catlin, attendance on sick, $52 37; F. W. Clute, merchandise, $55 63; Record Pub. Co., $9 50; W. Lewington, repairing hospital, $6; K, H Pierson, boarding jurors, $71.50; B. M, Cromn, wood, $10; W. P. Goodman, book. $5 CO; W. L. McKee, fees, etc $523 50; Floral Springs Water Company, $25.59 Tba following bills were laid over: W. L. McKee, $410; D. C. Pickett, $374 41; Mrs. J. Jennings, $180. Tbe Board then adjourned. Eabtebn Cideb, on draught, at Pou jade's. Cold. During the past two weeks iu tensely cold weather has been experi enced in and around Pioche. The quioksilver in the thermometor has touched zero in several instances, and in Dry Valley, at 8 oclock in the morning, it has been five degrees below tbat point Water-pipes have been frozen np, and bursted in a number of instances, and on Sunday last some of tbe fire-plugs were found to be frozen. This was oaused by packing with wet mauure. Had a fire happened tbe night previous to this dis covery tbe result would have been very disastrous. Tbe plugs have been thawed and the frozen pipes aronnd town have been fixed and paoked so as to remedy the difficulty in future. A Delicate Opebation. An old woman, 85 years ot age, was operated on last week for oancer in the hand. She was brought te Piocbo by Bishop Woods to have the operation performed, coming from Clover Valley for tbe pnrpose. Tbe canoer was in tbe Tight hand, and the band above the wrist was amputated. Tbe patient standing the operation well for one of her age. She was doing well at last acoounts, although no oases are on record where a person over 60 years of age was able to stand such an opera tion. A Handsome Pbesent. During Tbeo. A. Hale's visit to San Francisco he was presented with a handsome watoh by the Trnsteess of tbe Alps Silver Mining Company. The watoh is one of the finest made, being a heavy bunting case gold watch, and second, striking f every quarter oi an nour. un me ouisiae is ine engraved monogram T. A. H.," and on the inside is en graved : " Presented to Theodore A. Hale, Superintendent of the Alps S. M. Co . by the Trustees, December 25tb. 1877. Kid Gloves. It is considered in good taste for ladies to always, whilst out walkiag, to have their hands enveloped by kid gloves. It is a protection to tbe skin during this frosty weather, and ladies always look well with them on At least such is the opinion of one of the squaws who perambulate around Pioche, lor sue in some manner bad beoome pos' sessed of a pair flesh (t. e. copper) colored mas, resembling tbe oolor of her face.and was strutting up and down Main street, saying "me berry pooty; all same paie-laoe squaw. Busted. We were informed during the week by a Pioche Indian tbat several of the pesky red critters belonging to the Snake tribe, had reoently arrived from the cold chilly north on a visit and en gaged the Sbosbones in a little game of Indian poker, and tbat tbe Snakes "heap oatob 'em and Pioche IndianB got no money now. Junction Mine. Messrs. James and Hale are pushing work ahead on this mine vigorously; commenoed sacking ore on Monday last; vein 2 feet wide This mine is tbe mine reported adversely npon by rroi. rrioe. Social Pabty. The members of the Young Men's Sooial Club held a meet ing on Wednesday evening and ap pointed Thursday evening, January 21th for their next sooial party, which will taie place at Brown s Hall Fibb Delegates. Tbe Board of Fire Delegates held a meeting on Wednesday evening and elected D. 0. Clark, Fresi deut, to fill tbe vacancy occasioned by tne resignation of Thompson Campbell Catholic Chubch. Father Monte verae Having returned to fiocue ou Tuesday servioes will be held at tbe Catholic Cburoti Sunday morning at 10 o cock ana at o oiook in tbe evening. When a young man wishes to remem ber something particular, and is of weak memory, he tnrns down one corner or bis sbirt oollar. Eastebn Cideb, on draught, at Pou- jaas s. Subpbise Piety. Several gentlemen conspired together; the result of this conspiracy being the meeting of a large number of ladies and gentlemen at Mr. Hale's residence on Cedar street, at 7 o'clock last evening, all provided with packages, mysteriens bundles or baskets, a-d all goud bnmored, seeming to an ticipate lots of fun lrom what was about to take place. No one seemed to take command or give any orders, yet tbe large body gathered together, and with one accord, at the proper time, moved to tbe noose of Ur. and Mrs. . it Clute, on the same street, tbe objeot be ing to give that lady and gentleman a pleasant "surprise party." Tbe enter prise succeeded eduiirably, but Mrs. " id Mrs. Clute soou recovered from tbe effeot of tbe sudden entrance of so many friends and quickly made tbem feel at borne; baskets and packages being disposed of ena a danoe soon in progress. . A pleas ant evening, enioved bv all wbo were present, was passed, and we have no doubt but what the party was kept up until tbe Baiall hours. Alps CoMPANY.-This company shipped in the month of December, for 20 days run, $29,027 in bullion ; also for week end ing Friday, J.iuuary 11th, $9,055. Com pany's mill has been running on second class and custom ore for past week in order to allow the development on and below 11th level to be properly opened. Tbe milling ot first-claBS ore will be re sumed on Monday. The winz- running down below 11th has been sunk 45 feet in splendid ore all the way; work on it is being pushed with 8-bonr shifts. Tbe Superintendent informs us that it will reach 12th level within 15 days, when drift will be started east to connect witb west drift now being run from main shaft. We have but little information as to this west drift as it is being run by contractors and visitors would hinder and delay its progress. We learn tbat an additional force of men will be set to work at Alps proper nest week. Mill is running well. Mayfloweb. The straightening of the incline has been completed and drift started north from the bottom; it is now forty foot in good ore; opposite to this, in the Bonth side of tbe incline, a drift has been started south; it is 12 feet in; average assay from face, $147 63. Iu straightening the iodine some very ncl oblorideore baa been fonad in what was supposed previously to be tbe foot-wall. It is tbe intention to oontinue the north and Boutb drifts, and start one east and west, and continue all as fust as possible in order to determine the siza of tbe ore. body, Tbe incline will also be continued as soon as a hoisting engine can be pro cured. Eabtebn Cideb, on draught, at Pou jade s. Day Mine. Nothing new to mention in regard to this mine, everything work ing Bmootbly and an abundance of ore being extracted, which is being shipped by tne new road to iiam liight s old sta tion, on tbe N. 0. R. R, Tbe Day mine never presented a better appearance than it now does. Four bars of bullion, the commencement of the product of the Day ore at tbe Raymond & Ely mill. came np roursaay. Masonic Ball. Keystone Royal Arob Chapter of Masons, at their meeting held on Thursday evening, decided that tbey would give tbe ball that tbey intended giving, which was postponed on St. John's day, on the evening of the 22d of 1'ebrnary next, the anniversary of Wash ington s Jiirtb-day. Bay State. Contract has just been let to sink the inoline 60 feet deeper Tbe late work in tbe bottom show the vein to be wider and richer than above; average assay from a width XV, feet of tbe bottom gave $219 per ton, Tbe full size ot tbe luoiine is in ore. Raymond & Ely. No particular news to record in regard to this mine. Still continue drifting in the winze, the water holding about the same. Very littl change sinoe last report. Great Eastebn. The shaft has been finished and tbe whim is being erected The coming week expect to take out ore. Pioche Bullion. $18,293,03 in bul lion was shipped during tbe paBt week, according to reports of Superintendents. Eastebn Cideb, on draught, at Fou- jade a. Sutro Independent: A drilling match oame off last Saturday afternoon in the Sutro Tunnel, between Jack Kearns and Pat Lewis, for $50 a side. The two named workmen are miners in the tun- not, and their muscular abilities has been a suuroe of oomment and argument for a number of wet ks past. Tbe rock seleoted to drill was very hard and flinty, and the drilling was by hand-power. The miners off shift, together witb a number of others employed about the outside works, witnessed the contest which was spirited,- Tbe holes drilled were to be two and a half feet long, both of which were on an angle upwards of about 30 degrees. Mr. Kearns proved bimsefl tbe more muscular of tbe two, having drilled bis hole in twenty-six minutes, while his opponent gave it np as a bad job, when, after drilling two feet one inch, found he was almost two inobes bubiud. To-day tbe Union PauiSo Railroad Company reduce tbs wages of all day laborers ten cents per day eaoh; all sal aried men, except engineers and fire men, three dollars per month. No noti fication of locomotive operators being reduced, loe consolidated TeleeraDh also gives notice tbat all operators and line men will bav rednotions made- in their wages. Oden Freeman Jau. 1st. Out in Alabama you can bo a De icon if you chew navy plug and o irry a pen jcnua who a corkscrew on the off tide. WARD ITEMS. From the Keflex of the Jth. On the authority of a man wbo ought to know we will state tbat it is possible to turn out double as muob bullion in tbe next thirty days as was shipped from ward during tbe month of December, provided a sufficient amount of smelting ore ol the character lately encountered in tne raj master could be obtained. All of wbiob is respectfully submitted. On December 31st tbe Martin White Company shipped ten bars of bullion valued at over $22,000 we did not learn tbe exact figuras making tbe fourth shipment for tbe mouth. The total bul lion product for Dtcember is about $84,000. The furnaces were shut down on the night of December 31st in order to make needed repairs. Smelter No. 1 started up again on January 1st and No 2 on the Id. lbe cupels have sinoe started np and everything is again in full blast. Col. 0. Farnaban is now running a semi-weekly stage between Ward and Oaoeola, carrying tbe mail, passengers and express. He will make it a point to accomodate all. French Charley, a man employed at St. Clair's ranch, in Cave Valley, while ooming from tbe ranoh on Thursday had bib (eet Irozen, and in addition laid out all night at Willow Creek. Cohn's Mammoth Clothing and Dry Goods Emporium, at the old stand on Main street, opposite Moadow Valley street, has again opened witb a new and well seleoted stock of goods pertaining to a first-class establishment. Everything new, nobby and stylish. Satisfaction guaranteed in every instance. Call at tbe old stand, where goods are sold at bot tom prices, Henby Cohn, Main st. opposite Meadow Valley st. 1878. Panaca Saloon. 1878. No. 1000 Main Street, Keeps contitantly on band the very best Wines, Liquors and Cigars, St. Louis Beer, Tom & Jerry, and all other palat able drinks. One pricel one bittll P. S, Families supplied with St. Louis Beer at GO cents per bottle. Evebybody obews tbe oeUbrated Golden Thread flue-cut tobacco at KrauBe's. tf Fink Chicago Confectionary, Station ary. Cutlery and a Circulating Library at Krause's. tf Kbause is known to have the very beat imported genuine Havana cigars, tf Fob fine Key Wost Havanas at 12 ots. go to Krauso's. Domestics, 3 and 4 for 25 cts, tf The fresh Chewing and Smoking To- baccoes direot from Southern faotories at Krause's, tf Go to Alexander's for your Drugs. WOUBERG & MB, 3VXctlxx Street. PICOHE, - - - NEVADA, (Next door to Jos. Eisenmann's.) W DOLESALB AND RETAIL DEAL era In Groceries, Provisions, Clothng, Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes. Havins recent v imnorted a Eeneral assort ment of nrst-clasa Groceries and an entire new stock of Clothing, boots and shoes, we are now Drenared to soil the same at reasonable figures. A sunre ox puoiio patronage respecuuuy so- i l.cited. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY AT TENDED TO. L. WOLDENBERO. M. ARMEB. nolO-tf ASSAY OFFICE! TTAVING PURCHASED THE EW- II tire Interest of Kinney Lanius in the As say umce in tne rear or tne mate nana i am prepared in make assaya of all kind of Ore and Melt Bullion, And assay tbe same, and to attend to that bust nesa generally, atj REDUCED PRICES. e30-tf JULITJS HOFFMAN. EMANUEL'S Assay 0ELoo, Main St., adjoining Alps office, PIOCHE, - . NEVADA. I am now prepared, at my new stand, to make assays of pulp ore or metals of any kind, and guarantee all assays made. o2T-tf A. H. EMANUEL. COUNTY ALMOST SCRIP PAR. PVRTIES DESIRING TO DISPOSE OF County Scrip will call on Wm. P. GOOD MAN w OttORttK T. ftOBUAH. -tf BANKING HOUSES. THE STATE BANK OF NEVADA PIOOECE. Board of Dtroeterai JOHN P. KEIXET President J AS. FINLAYSON Yice President CHA8. A. WIEDEBHOLD 8emtary O. F. PHIL80N J, W. WEIGHT, It. M. BOURNE EABET I. THORNTON. Attorneys i THORNTON, KEIXET fc GARBKB DEP08IT8 RECEIVED, EITHER Oil OPEN Account or to issue eertlncates therefor pay. ble on demand. EXCHANGE DRAWN UPON NEW YORK and SAN FRANCISCO, Aad other principal eltlos of the TJ. B. Alio upon LONDON, DUBLIN, PAEIS, BERLIN And all of the principal cities of Europe. Currency Bought and Sold. Collections Promptly Made. Railroad and Mining Stocks Bought aad Sold on Commission, " Money Loaned on Stock. UorreapoBtlentsi LAIDLAWftOO.,AgentBof UieBnik) . of Ollfornla .Ne lort LONDON and BAN FRANCISCO BANK LIMITED and 1. H. LATHAM CO., Btock Brokers Ban Fruiclsc lal-tt. 1. W. WRIGHT. Bank Maafr. W. E. GRIFFIN, BANKER and STOCKBROKER, AMD 101IT WELLS, FARCO & CO., PIOCHE, NEV., rriRANSAGTS A GENERAL BANKING BU8 JL INEH8. Deposits received on Open Ac count or Certiorates issued therefor. Exchange drawn on all tbe principal cities of the United States, Canada and Europe. Will purchase Silver and Crude Bullion or make advances on aame and (nip for owner' account. Utnlng, Railroad and all kinds of Stock bought and sold on Commission. Loans and Advances mads on Stocks; also Dividends Collected and Assessments Paid. OOaUUPOKDKNTS : WELLS, FAKGO & CO., Ban Francisco, Oal. WKLLB, FARGO & CO., U Broadway, Sew loik. EIVES, ii ALLEN, 01 King William street, London, Eng., Agents wens, Fargo a vo. OFFICE in Wells. Fargo A Co's Building, auW-tf Main street. Pioche, Nevada. iLATBST DISPATCH! NEW OPENING J. ROSENBLTJM'S NEW Dry-Goods & Clothing Store, (In Elsenmann'a old Building) MAIN STREET, - PIOCHE. See Sign of "GOLDEN RULE I" Quick Sales & Small Profits! fN VIEW OF THE STHINGENT TIMES WE L will sell our well selected Btock, consisting if DRY-GOODS & CLOTHING. A Fine assortment of Fancy & Staple Goods. MILLINEEY & BLACK GOODS. LADIES' SHOES and MEN'S BOOTS of Beat Makers. A well selected Stock of BATS AND CAPS, TRUNKS AND VALISES. AT LOW AND LIVING FIGURES. . Our Motto 1 " Square X3ea.llxMC ! " COME AND SEE IF WE DON'T I GOLDEN RULE I DRY-GOODS & CLOTHING al-tf B. HTUAV, Agt. F. II. win SAM, Corner Ham and Ueadow Vallsy sta. BEST "WINEiS, LIQUOHS, Tito. THIS IB DESERVEDLY A PLACE OF GUI EBAL resort by all . who iadalga la Social Glass. Give him a tall.