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Tlll'RaDAY. .MAY . m WILL NOT BE KXFOKCKD. Tbe order of the Wat Deportment fur Induing civilians and newspaper cur respondents to accompany tbe mili tary exjwilition against the Sionx Iudiaus. in the Yellowstone Valley, is absurd and ridiculous, and will be a practical nullity. Montana prospectors are already pouring into thi.t section, and it is probable that when General Stanley arrives at ' the mouth of the Powder Hirer, where one of tlio forts is to be established, he will find tlie proposed "new Chicngo" in full blast, with a section or two built over and stuktd off in town lots. A strong company, with the mouth ol the Powder as it objective point, was organized in liozt man, Montana, last fall, considerable money bviug at the time paid into the treasury, and we conclude from the late report of the fleet of mackinaws which were bein constructed for tbe descent of Yellowstone, that tbe directors of that company are now moving iu earnest. It is a magnificent country rich in miner als, a fin:- stock region, unsurpassed for farming and it will fill up very rapidly. Thousands have long been waiting to locate farms and seek their fortunes in new placers and mineral veins in East ern Montana, and when the tide sets in nil the depurtuitnts of the General Gov ernment will not be able to turn it back. Mileioe not Takkv. In 1845 an ex tra session of th I'nited States Senate was held, wheu thirty-six memberB agreed not to take constructive mileage, Senator Dix of New Yolk being one of the first to suggest and join iu tbe movement. Tour years later, upon settling his ac counts, the Sergeaut-at-ArinB asked him if h ' did not wish to draw his mileage for the extra session of 1H4", telling him that all tha others bud drawn theirs. ' What! Has Senator Iieuton drawn his?" 'Yes; Deutou and all the rest." "Well," said Senator Dii, "I will take it into consideration." It remains in the treasury to this day. Such a man, twenty-eight years later, is the honorable and esteuued Governor of the Empire State. Thk Kkom t'oNi'KXTBATOB. Tns Silver State, of I'nionville, says of the Krom Concentrator: So far, tbe Concentrator in Star C anyon fills the bill iu every par ticular. Refractory ore containing from $25 to $50 per ton, and hitherto value less, are reduced to leas than a twentieth of their original bulk, at a trifling ex pense, and with profit to their owners. There ia no longer any doubt of the suc cess of the Krom process. It is just what is needed for the reduction of the base ores of the Humboldt nnge.and it is destined to revolutionize mining in this country, where the scarcity of fuel mates ths. roasting process too expensive for low grade base ores. Th press of the country, of every political shade, accord to the late Chief Justice Chase I he merit of being the finest scholar that ever presided over the Supreme Comt. As a Latin and Greek scholar be was not surpassed by any man in bis profession. He read French as readily us English was a finished Italian, Spanish and German scholar and thor oughly versed in English literature. His appreciation and perfect mastery of tbe works of Shakspeure, Milton, the eailitrliiiii.su pott and the later expo nents of the poetic works, Wordsworth and others of the Lalce school, was some thing marvelous. Th Boise Statesman of May 10th says many complaints are made now-a-days of dull times, and no doubt Boise City is suffering a little just at present that way; but we had no idea that such a letharg ical feeling hud overtaken the town as was stated by a gentleman the other day. "Why," said he, "I should say it was dull nui (juiet; there is no git-up aud-git in tbe place even a dog won't run, after having a kettle tied to his tail." One great source of quicksilver is the renowned Alinaden mine in Spain, after which that iu California wus named. This was worked two thousand years ago, in the days ot the Roman empire, and is mill extremely profitable. Its workings have reached a depth of thir teen hundred feet. Ghadeb Wagon Road. The Carson Appeal of the 21th says: "We learn through Mr. Chamberlain, of the firm of Mason & Chamberlain, that of the 20 miles of graJiu undertaken by the Car s ju sbarehol lers in the Columbus wagon road some 11 miles will bo completed by to-night; an 1 as it is fair to presume that the Columbus people have finished au equal stretch of the road, it may he cal culated that but IS miles are left to be graded and prepared for travel. It is probable then, that the entire work will be sum iently fiuished to admit of the passage of teams as soon us the first of Jnly. . El.oPl.s WITH HIS KlKP-ttACOHTEU. Another case of domestic infelicity came to light this morning. Some teu years ao a widow lady came to this city where she c;ot married, and where herself and husband have been living together happi ly ever since", uutil last night. She was thy mother of a beautiful daughter by her lirst husband, the daughter having been born iu Pans and loft nt school in the East when the mother came to Ne vada. The second husband had never seen his daughter-in-law until recently, when she rejouipd her mother in ibis city. The fickle husband became enam ored of the daughter, and last night tbe father and daughter eloped together, leaving the wife and mother half crazed with mortification and grief. Virginia Chronicle. The Cost The Prescott (Arizona) Miner estimates that since the Apaches became hostile they have cost the Gov ernment fifty million dollars, and Ari zona the lives of fifteen hundred men, womeu and children, besides giving Mexico a claim of thirty million dollais for spoliation. Thk Coriune Reporter, on tbe banks of the Bear, up iu I'tah, says "all that is needed now to make that once barren valley bloom and blossom like Eden's leafy bowers is a spell of warm weather and a few genial rays of sunshine from the chief solar orb" by which hifalutin is probably me uit the 6un. It may be a little remarkable, but it is nevertheless true, that a man named Smith, whose front initials ure J. D., and whose culling is that of a type-sticker, bus become n downright rascal, to the infinite mortification, not to say disgust, o' the whole Smith liunily. Smith's repu tation as a criminal rests entirely upon one act, namely, the destruction of books and papers in the county clerk's office of L is Animas county, Colorado, and sub sequent flight to New Mexico. The sheriff thinks his apprehension and de livery to the authorities would be worth about one hundred dollars. Don't Like It. Assessor Kyle, who for the last two weeks has beeu engaged iu assessing property along the Humboldt, says that property owners are very much dissatisfied with the increased rate of tax ation. Money is scarce, and he finds it almost impossible, without rosorting to extreme measures, to collect taxes on per sonal property. Vnionville SilverSuite. llCMBOLUT Copi-kb MiNE8.The Union ville Silver State says Bolivia is, beyond all doubt, the richest and most extensive copper region yet discovered on the coast, a fact which its ore shipments will prove to the skeptical as soon as communica tion is opened with the railroad. Telegraphic Dispatches. PXCIAL TO TUX MOCHE DAILY BEOOBD. Paciflo Coast. Saw Fbanciwo, May 2. Governor Booth yesterday appointed Thomas D. M.itbewson as State Harbor rnmmisMimer, vice Roeebfehl resigned. Mr. Mathewaou was formerly a real es tate agent of this citjr , but is now living in Alameda. He is a well known cilizeu. The Morning Bulletin, of which Pick ering 4 Fitch were proprietors, is dead died yesterday. This morning, an old man named Blake, who was in the employ of a con tractor as teamster, iu turning the cor ner of Powell and Filbert streets, fell off the cart, and one wheel passed over his bead, killing hiui Instantly. It is sup posed the accident was occasioned by a fit. Dtceaseil leaves a wife residing iu this city. There are uow over 20,0' S3 signatures to the petition to Congress asking the modification of the treaty with Chins, so ! as to prevent the immigration of Chinese labor. The British steamer Altona left at noon to-day, on her first trip heuce to Hong Kong, with $Stt,000 in treasure, and a cargo of flour and produce, valued at $51,000. The shippers were mostly Chinamen, some of whom preferred the opposition to the regular steamer. The principal item of freight was 90 tons of flour, taken chiefly at five dollars per ton. The regular steamer charging nine dollars per ton, and carrying less than her usual quantity. The following dispatches sent by the beads of the six Chinese Companies with the object of stopping Chinese immigra tion: To Tung Wuh, Hospital, Hong Kong. Inform Chinese emigrants they must not come very important great deal of trouble much information by telegraph impossible publish this fact iu Chinese newspapers will send letters and notice next week answer signed, six companies San Fraucisco. The fol lowing is from merchants residing here: To Tung Wuh, Lee Tnen, Chinese Hos pital, Hong Kong. Stop all passengers there is no work here no food no dwellings many Bufferers signed. Chi nese Merchants' Exchange, San Fran cisco. Los Akueles, May 28. At sundown last evening a duel took place between two young clerks, on the river bank, at a picturesque spot near the bridge, witbiu the limits of the city. Armed with pistols and accompanied by friends, tbe principals proceeded to the place of meeting. Tbe ground was measured off and, at he word fire, only one pistol wus discharged. The party with tbe other fled. No arrests. Gregorio Tupia, a noted horse thief, was captured with a lot of stolen horses in Soledad Mountains, 40 miles from this city, and brought in this afternoon. Ecbeka, May 28. In the case of the Eureka Consolidated vs. Richmond, this morning Darrow opened the case for tbe defendant. Sev eral witnesses were examined on the question of location of ground claimed by defendant. It is expected the testi mony will close this week, and it is now proposed to hold night sessions. The following Past Grands have beeu selected by the Truckee and Reno Lodges us their representatives to the Grand Lodge, of I, O. O. F., to meet at Carson on the 3d of June: From Truckee Lodge. No. 14, S. C, Fogus, S. W. JoneB, J. V Peers, George W. Cunningham, J. Graff, D. Liehman and John Elder. From Reno Lodge, No. 19, W. T. Frank, A. C. McFarlin, P. B. Comstock, J. S. Shoe maker, R. A. Frazer and John Harwood . Within the last two years a great im petus has beeu given to wool growing in Colorado, and the last few months have brought quite an accession of California wool growers to Southern Colorado, in their opinion, that section of the Terri tory being superiorfor the purpose to tbe even acknowledged excellence of tbe Golden Slope. A great many sheep are brought ia from the Stutes, and when free from the scab they do well. Mb. Bbown, the Government Surveyor in British Guiana, has recently discovered near tbe head-waters of the Massarund what appeared to be an immense river descending bodily from the northwest fall of the great precipice of Reraima mountain. The summit of this cliff is knowu to be two thousand feet in height, and the river, after tumbling sheer down this enormous wall, rushes over a glacis of about three thousand feet at an angle of about forty-five degress. A Correspondent of an Eastern paper recalls the fact that forty years ago, in Florida, at a peace conference nuder a flag of truce, between the Indians and white troops, the American commander was treacherously shot by Osceola, a Seminole chief, who died a lingering death in prison. GiiMKB &, Salisbury have taken down a lot of teams and carta to Echo from Salt Lake, preparatory to com mencing the work of grading the track ' tor the new railroad from Elko to White tine. Wm. Hill, of Virginia, says tbe Enter prise, has been adjudged insane and tent to tha Asylum at Stockton, Cat, In the suburbs of Salt Luke City, the other day, a little girl was hit in the face with two shots, which fortunately in flicted no wound, except to bruise the flesh, the force of the shot having been spent. The charge had been shot at snipe. A unit, of twelve years and a boy of fourteen are about to be married in Gal veston. The bridegroom must go to school one year yet and the bride three years under the compulsory education law of Texas. negotiate what are supposed to be stolen bonds. Five shot were fired after him and Jno. Benson, a resident of 6th avi nue, was hit in the leg. Brady ran iuto the basement of No. 300 Bay street, and was there captured. The gentleman who occupied the premises, picked up $2,900 in United States bonds, which Brady threw away while passing through tbe haaornent, and handed them to the offi cers. The police are of the opiuion that most of the bonds were stolen from the body of Captain Calvocrosse, who was found dead in a field near Bridgeport, Conn., a year ago, having died from a pistol shot wonud in the head. The manner of tbe death of Captain Calvo crosse was in doubt; it not being clear whether he was murdered, or committed suicide. A few days before his death tbe frieids ot the Captain knew that he had iu his possession bonds worth $CO,000. These were not found on bis body, and have not since been discovered. Dutch Heindrick, a notorious bauk robber, has been ordered to tbe Tombs from the Lunatic Asylum on Wards' Is land, on the ground that he only feigued insanity. The bonded warehouses of this city are filled with imported goods, which the im porters do not find profitable to take out on account of the high price of gold and the dullness of the season. The stock, gold, produce, cotton and other ex changes will be closed on Friday Dec o ration Day being a legal holiday, A Washington special says the Admin istration is at lust willing to admit that Colonel McKeuzie did not pursue the Kickapoose iuto Mexico without instruc tion from Washington, and that the Pres ident is made to say that if Mexico is to be an asylum for highway robbers, after the United States' protests, we do not in tend to sanction it; nud if the Mexican Government complain, this Administra tion has resolved to treat the accessory as quietly as the principal. Colonel Mc- Kenzie has received an order to extermi nate the Kickupoos and Lipans. Levi Soules was hanged yesterday at Marion Court House, South Carolina, for the murder of Noah Sutton, on the 10th of February last. Chicago, May w. A Washington special says it is pri vately stated here that a law suit which has just been commenced in the District Courts by the estate of the late Cashier of the First National Bank against a cor poration known here as the Metropolitan Paving Company, will develope more food for scandal so far as public officials are concerned, tbau did the Credit Mo belier suits, investigated by McComb in Philadelphia. The story goes that any uumbernf Congressmen, besides higher game, had contracts from this concern, and dealings with the above bank; their connection with which will do anything but add to their present reputation. A uisaa expedition is organized to investigate a reported gold deposit in Western Texas. List of Letter REMAINING is thk postoffice at Pioche, Her.. May as. ISIS. not !. m on. mouth they wiU be sent to the Heed Letter Umce M esniujuui, v. Andrew Mrs Jennie Armer Mrs Akin Win Ambrose Mrs Jennie Atkinson Win U Anthony Charles Barorr Sylvester Betteueourt Mrs Runu Wia Barrick Albert F Bceney Edward Berry Joseph Bluni mi Boeaiiko Henry Bourne Richard M 1 Barton iau jBotrls, . jUnaurantg gtr, BOARDING HOUSE, EAST SID OF EXT BTBEET. In rear of Mr. Jacobs' Dwelling Itggjb House. Mrs. A. McDonald, Foreign News. Thk valne of the manufactures of Washington Territory, as shown by the lust census, is $2,801,052, She ranks second in point of manufacturing in dustry of all tbe Territories, Colorado being first. Whilk a Texas man was trying to an chor bis mule to a stake recently, the animal munaged to get the rope around tbe man's neck, and then ran away at the top of his speed. The widow wants to sell the mule. The soil iu Nebraska froze to tbe depth of eight feet. The potato-bug oh! where was he? He was nine feet down, and is now coming out gay and lively. Settlirs of Shasta Valley, Cal., want a military post established on Pitt river, to keep the Indians quiet and open up tbe country. The Crown Point Mining Company have ordered thirty of the portable Bab cock fire extinguishers for use in their mine and about their works. A Battlesnake was killed near Spencer Butte, Lane county, Oregon, that was fifty-two inches long and weighed twenty pounds. The Corinne (Utah) Beporter sayt a Montanian deposited a lot of gilded lead in a faro-bank in that city for gold nug gets, and "got away with it!" A Mrs. Wenoeb died of grief in Ohio because her husband's body was ex humed. She was unjustly accused of poisoning him. An Iowa Justice of the Peace refnsed to fine a man for kissing a girl against her will, on the ground that Hannah could have bitten him, but did not. Susan B. Anthony says she wouldn't be frightened at standing face to face with Satan. Satan himself admits that the scare would be on his side. In Arizona there are 2,699 white child ren over six and nnder twenty-one years, but only 550 attended publio and private schools during the post year, ' . Indians are plenty, very impudent and saucy, on Burnt river, Oregon, and on Snake river, near the month of the Weser, in Idaho. Flou is worth in Arizona from $0 to $19 per 100 pounds. Eastern Dispatches. Albany, May 27. The new local option bill to-day was defeated iu tbe Assembly by 50 to 47. New York, May 27. A private cable- dispatch announces the death at London of Charles A. Page, formerly the Tribune's army correspond ent, and late Consul to Zurich. The office of the CouuBel of Japan wus formally opened yesterday at No. 15 Exchange Place, byTetsnoske Toniita. Vice Consul of Japan; the only other representative of the Japanese Empire in America being Horace D. Dunn, act ing Consul in San Francisco. Several Representatives of Foreign Consulates iu this city called to welcome Mr. Tomita, and congratulated him upon his establishment in this city. The body of James L. Orr, late Min ister to Russia, will be in state in this city before it is taken to South Carolina for interment. The Tribune will publish to-morrow alleged singular revelations concerning the East River bridge. It says it has obtained a transcript of the transfer book of the company, from which it appears that Wm. C. Kingsly has transferred 100 shares to other parties, that only four of these transfers are genuine, and these made as gifts to B. A. Tracy, Wm. Fow ler, Hasser H. Wheeler and Cortland Dixon, all of whom are connected with the Brooklyn ring. The first two of these are stated to be iu Albany, in the interest of a bill relieving Kingsly and partners from the payment of any more money to William Goodrich, William Schwartz and Walder, to whom it was alleged that the stock was sold, deny they ever paid for it. Baltimore, May 27. At the Pimlico races, the hurdle race, two miles, was won by Locbiel; beating Stalkwood, who bolted at the thirtieth hurdle. Time, 4:19. The Preakness stakes for three year olds, mile and a half heats, was won by Survivor, John Boul ger second, Artist third. The last was the favorite. The handicap stakes, mile .heats, was won by Business, time 1:44, 1:45 and 1:48. For tbe purse of $700, three miles, for all comers, Ames Mer riman won, followed by Lucy, Jackson, Gray and Edwin. Time 1:46. Lancaster, May 27, At Guildhall, on the Connecticut river, six miles from here, this afternoon, five men iu a boat were attempting to pass over the rapids, when it capsized. Three escaped, and the others, Joseph Chase and A. F. Feale, were drowned. Philadelphia, May 27. John B. Gallagher, Alderman, was to day convicted of extorting an illegal fee, fined $100, and sentenced to nine months imprisonment. . New Tors, May 28. Jim Brady, a notorious burglar, was ar rested yesterday. He jumped oat of the second story window of No. 43, 6th av enue, when be had been attempting to London, May 27. Iu the Commons to-day, the usual motion wus offered to adjourn over to the 5th of June, Derby Day. Thomas Hughes protested against the practice and denouncing as a public humiliation such action of Parliament, iu deference to what was culled the National sport. He believed the example was injurious iu the highest degree to public morals, aud he hoped tbe Government would extend the operution of the betting houses Act to Scotland, where English sportsmen were still able to evade the law. After further debate, in the course of which the Government promised to ex tend tbe Act to Scotland, the motion to adjourn to the 5th proximo was carried. The West India mail steamer, Mo selle, arrived to-day, bringing from Havana the bank forcer, Austin Bidwell, who has reached London and been con veyed to Newgate. Another hearing of the forgery case will be held at Gnild hole to-morrow. Madrid, May 27. Captain General Pieltain bos been officially notified to carry iuto effect the order of March 24, directing the emanci pation of 10,000 slaves. Tbe Council of Ministers has postponed the considera tion of an election law for Cuba. There is reason to believe the Government has resolved on measures which will con siderably reduce the interest on tbe public debt. Paris, May 27. Ex-President Thiers took his seat in the Assembly to-day. Prince Fierie Bonaparte is in Paris. Bkmjn, May 27, Paris correspondents of the German press assert that the movement for the removal of Thiers originated in Borne and Florence. ... Uomk, May 27. Tbe Pope iu a special yesterday de clared he had prayed for France, but that be would pray now with greater con fidence; for the election of Marshal Mc Mabon to the head of that country, was a guarantee of order and justice to civi lization, which was menaced on all sides. Tbe Chamber of Deputies have final ly passed the bill for the abolition of riligious corporations, and Parliament has adjourned as a mark of respect to the memory of the lute Count Malsone. The Royal Princess and the members of both Houses have gone to Florence to attend tbe poets funeral. Tbe cere monies will be of a most imposing char acter. ' London, May 28. The annual summer meeting at Epsom commenced yesterday. The great racing event of the year is the Derby stakes, to take place to-day. Tbe exodus of Lon doners from the city commenced early this morning, the trains to Epsom being crowded to their utmost capacity, and on tbe carriage roads ia a continuous line of vehicles of all descriptions, loaded with visitors to the races. Little business is being done everybody who can get away from the city having left for Epsom. Tbe race for the Derdy stakes was won by Doncastor; Kaiser, second; Gang rurwaro, inira. Amer Morris 9 Alps Mining Co Araier Mr Aiera T Adams Sam M Ambroesio Francisco Bailey Samuel Barrett Jacob HalerS Baily Fred Bevier 4J Beck Mrs S A Beauprc Oeorge Burria John Byiugton decree Bright H M Bnttain F M Cartler Geo Caraody A F i Comma H A Carnal Wm T 01). pin H C Cbirgwin Henry Cburuhill Ueo Cowan P L 3 Congblin Stephen Cuddy Jobn U Conway Charley Crane Cbae Crenshaw Mrs Malvtna Crowe Deuia Croaley John Davis Jaa Davis J Eugene De Kay H K Des'lnian Jaa A Driaeoll Michael a Driaeoll Martin Dowd Mr Frank Prmoek Geo 1 tifur Baiker Klfera John Eailin Pat or Thos Eddy John Fall Wm Fagundes Joav 8 Frailer Jas Frailer Mrs A M Foreytbe Thos Oeorge W G (ioodwiu Cnas GreBhaur KuMuaon Graham Matthew t Gray Wm B Onniner Louis Grogan John Harris Joseph Hauaer Mitis Mary Hayues Win Uarpell Harris Helain Jaa 1 Hi Herman Geo H 2 Hollinsaworth Tilmou Hockauay Isaac a Hosmer Joalah Humismn Mrs Boaana Johns Wm H Kane Patrick Kepal Thos Kennard Geo a 3 Kearnan Jaa KiugZL Kiipuel Mrs Mary 1) Li wia H C Lawrence Simon iddy Hush Leary Patrick Lindndcr John Lyndon Mrs E Watts Lehs'uncv Edward 'J M, -cloud Collins McDonald Geo MeClane Mrs Mary .McCoy John D McNamara Daniel McLouthlin W L McGrath John Martin Frank Mason A J Mayer John Morelea Santiago E Morria Henry Morgan James Miilivich Frank Newman J B O'Brien Timotlir 8 O'Brien John Patterson Washington Pedroncing Giuseppe Peoplaa .loliu Peiaer Z Y Putnam E G Potter Mrs Sheldon D Reynold Mra Marv Heed MrsAlev Kelpatrick D C Kowo Henry Koderford David Unsenwand Kichard Sikroept'er Caspar Kehaflcr Conrad Shelby Thoa hlebcrt J M Snieltnn I. A Stewart Mra A stonliill E B Hpraker David A Stall Frank Stephens R P 8iei.cer Wm Htein Miss Anna Taylor Norman Tanner J as Thomas Julias Thaze P Tiubitts B J Tyler John E 3 Vosbnrgli N A Watts Mrs Emma Welch Matthew Weber Kilian Wilson Bichard Willcockson D C Wilson David C Williams Mrs Marv Jane Wood EC Young Mrs Addell loung Mra Hay Zeimer Julius HKLD roa POSTAGE I Mre. Susan Conuor, Boise city, Ada county, Idaho; Col. H. I. Thornton, Pioche, Nev. FACIUOKS. Geo Wilson John B Lowry Archie Stewart V'm Knight F. H Ewing Kichard Corbett VL Brown Mrs J P Curtis VALUABLE LETTKns. Ambrose Bray James Mangan John D Murphy Persons calling for any of the above will please Bay "advertised." T. W. ABRAHAM. P. .M PROPRIETRESS. rpUK PROPRIETRESS OF THIS HOl'SE DK X aires to iulonn the public that she ia now prepared to accomUHidate a few more boarders. Tha Culinary Department IS under her uuImA. dial supervision. GOOD BOARD AT LOW BATKM. Tha Table will always be supplied with tha beat and choicest oi everything to be bad in the market. a.ii lm MRS. A. McDONALD. Bbigham Yodno has contributed $100 towards defraying the expenses of Deco ration Day at Camp Douglas. Sntci the beginning of the year, up ward of 7,000 Chines hare landed in Ban Frsnoisco. Campbrll Robert H Carwithen Hicbard Caldwell Albert 1 Caul wall Jobn Chiaholm Thos B Ctepplea Miaa Mary Chandler H H Cock dward T Clareay A or L Conroy P Crabb Wm Crista) Mra. Cropaey M Cross Jaa (Yammer Lewis Davia Mra Motile A Davia P A Dejon Joseph Driscoll Michael 8 Donaba Jaa Dodge Mra H Dowliug P F Edwards Mra Maris ' Erwin Thos Egan Thos Ekholm Carl Pernaudes B Fhey Dliarlea French chas Fiuley Frank Fortman John Oarvey J W Gooduian John F Green Walling E Ounter k Miller Greeua Geo Graham Chas Harrington DenisC 3 Hawley Wm Hocking Stephen Hardy W J Hiil Miss E J Holt David N Hoffar Noble S3 Howard Edward R Hard Geo C Hughes John Jobs Mrs B Kelly Patrick D Keves W H Keeuan Jaa Ketton Wm 8 3 Klippel Miss Maria Lafontaine Maxima Lanvall F A vitt L Lehigh John Leigliton k Brown Lovely Mitchell Lowry John B Mr Cown John McClur Alu McCullough JnoM 3 McGrew K T McEdwards Augns McLane M A Marsh Isaac Mahoney Wall Marston John Martin John 3 Mc.rlett F A 3 Moore Mrs Mary A Mohr Maggie Mull Alei O'Connor Robert M Pariah Jas Perk in J J Parker Hiram Plummer Wm J Prairie Alnedie Randall Thos Randall Mr Richardson E H Hochcn Z ! Roe Win J Hooncld Harry Kchutlcr John shoemaker D W Snuiientleid H 3 Sills Wm Stanton Jaa sprnker Chas D hpraker Geo A Sturge Robert Soul Frank strope Cliaa E Stewart Mrs Helen J Tait Stewart 3 Taylor Crispin 3 Taler Joseph Townsend F Turner John - Vaughn Beth N 3 Walter Geo M Weslover Charles White Bur Williamson James 3 Wilson George White Horace Wiilmot Wm Wood David 1 Young Lvreu F GROVE HOUSE, Lower Main Street, opposite Boone A Dohnaa'i alay Yard, JI DKOX tfc COX. .PROPRIETORS. rpHE GROVE HOl'SE HAS BEEN FITTED VV X at great expense, and will be found a a de. airable Rummer resort, native trees being planted around tbe bonae and lorming n grove. Best brands of LIBORS and CIGARS at the Bar. WATER FOUNTAIN for stock, or by the gal lon, at lowest rales, mys-tf Jl'DSON k COX. LYNCH'S CHOP HOUSE . . .ACD. ... OYSTERSALOON. JNO. H. LYNCH, fib' An Old Pioueer i the Coop Houtui BusiueM, HAS TAKEN THE RESTALJUNT FORM erly owix-d by Frank Hchwnmaker, lower ide of Ucavlow Valley Btiret. A freuh .mi i ply of kicrtft of HHKI.L FISH constantly cm tann(t. Public and Private Frtl-s Wapplifd. ja4-tf ADRIATIC RESTAIRAM. mHK PROPRIETORS OF THIS JL Eating Houa?, well aud favor ably known ia Idaho lor their Ioiik eiirenence and attention to the Trauts of the public, have ettabU)iel themtwlvos in that New and Com mod Ion a Building ad joining D. C. Clark fc Bros'. St or on Main Street, Where they are prepared to serve customen with everything the Market affnrdn. VISCOVIUH A CO., Proprietors, fciy-tf BOARDING HOUSE. IMMEDIATELY ABOVE OOSNERTOS'S ICE HOVBE, PANACA FLAT. F LYNN'S IMMENSE STOCK ....or..,. Boots &, Shoes tfi It is the Finest and Best Selected Stock in the United States of America! Go to yiyaa's Mammoth Bt aaa Shoe Bterw Car Ta IfnUclast fittla Boots aad Shoos. This Immense Stock COMPRISES IN PART, Ag FOLLOWS i too Pairs lira's French Calf Boots, 600 Pairs Box-toed Congrraa Gaiters, (00 Pairs Box-tord Oxford Ties, S00 Pairs Box-toed Balmorals, 500 Youths' Boots and Shoes, of all atyles, 600 Pairs Ladies' Buttoned Boots, of all atyus. 600 Pairs Kid Foxed, Full Scolloped Balmorals! 6U0 Pairs Cloth Buttoned Balmoral, 600 Pairs Misses' Boots, of all strles, 600 Pairs Misses' Kid Slippers, 600 Pairs Children's Buttoned Klda, 6U0 Pairs Children's Assorted Blipprre, 600 Pairs Infanta' Buttoned Boots, 600 Pairs Lace Shoes, Ali Styles of Boots an Shoes Made to Order. A targe tttoelt of Boot Legs, Solo Ijcatticr, and Hhi Findings, at Wholesale and IL-tail. All Goods Sold at Baa Fraaclaeo l'lutk, aiid warranted aa rtpresrut d. A I.1BEKAL. DISCOUNT MADE TO WHOLKSALE PIRCHANERH. MAM FA tTl KINO WAREHOl'HK, I'M Third afreet, Ban Francisco. AU Oooila are Manufactured under nir irumc. diato tupm-iaion. A. FLYNN, , Main Htret, Opposite HalutrVs Hard. riurn.. Store. mrmt MISS N. CASHMAN, Proprietress. THE PKOPltIKTRE.S OF THIS HOI'BE haviug recently added to aud materially improved the building for the ai'conmodatiun of Boarders, renpectiully return thanks for past liberal patronage, and aulicita au increase of boarders, an slit i irepaixd to accommodate all who desire Good Board nt Low Kate. Tlie Table Till be eupplied. with tbe best to be bad in the Maiktt. apl-lm X. CASH MAX. gora. At Uolrt Hill, Hay 23, to the wife of M ilium Brown, a daughter. At Hutro, May W, to the wife of E. F. Patfe, a Bon. At Virginia, May 25, to the wif of Ki t Debcr uardi, a daughter. At Haorauieuto. May 20, to the wife of James E, Vassels, a son. Uarrirrt. At I'nionville, May ft), I. H. McMillan and Alii'o A. Price. At Han Franrisro, May 50, George Phillip and Mary McLode. At Virginia, May 23, Mm. Nuevei Huerta, a native of Mexico, aged 4 years. At Virginia, May 24, Elizabeth, daughter of Patrick and Julia Kelly, aged 4 years. gttv To-5aj. lost, CERTIFICATE NO. 1318, FOR 2S SHARES of Newark, certificate for 60 shares of chap man, aud 60 shares of Betting Bun have been lost. The Under will please leave them at tliia office. The stock ia of no value to any oue ex cept the owner, "jra-lt E. GALLAGHER. f f 11 '11 i HUM LADIES, ATTENTION ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, I will comineao to sell at Public Auction, the entire stock ot M. ROSENTHAL, at his store on Main street, below Aahim's, consisting: or Orr, Fancy and Millinery Good a. Trimmings, Hosiery, Children's Goods. n ear, etc Gents' ALSO, counters, snclvlng. Show Cases, Lookins Glasses, end the elitire Fixtures of the store. X. A. FRIEND, Auctioneer. P. S. The sale will continue esch dsy, com mencing at 10 s. m., until the entire stock Is closed out. mymi Arkansas Mining Company.-Location of Works, Ely Mining District. Uncota County, NevadaNotice ia hereby given, that s meeting of the stockholder, of the stive named company, will be held at the office of the com pauy. No. 7 Montgomery street, in the city of Ban Francisco, on Tuesday, the loth day of June. A D. 1873. at 2 o'clock f.V, for the pu" pose of taking the necessary steps for dissolving and disincorporating said company. By order of the Board of Trustees. .. JO,8IAHH- AI'PLKOATE, Secretary. Ban Francisco. May 84, 1873. uytK-lw Job Work .romptly executed st the ofacs ot PIOCHI DAILY RECORD. STOCKTON HOUSE, m MEADOW VALLEY STREET, Opposite the Mesdow Valley Office. IjilL Mrs. Mitchell Proprietress. 1'HE PROPRIETRESS OF THIS HOl'SE DE. airea to inform the public that she is now on-pared to accommodate s few more boarders. The Culinsry Department la under her inline- male auperviaiou. uikni uoara at low ratea. Board and Lodging at (40 per month. The table will be supplied with the best snd choicest of everything to be had in the market. myU-lni MRS. MITCHELL. Ph. FELSENTHAL. Stone Store, MAIN blfcKET. OPPOSITE MEADOW VALLEY STREET. PIOCHE KEY ADA Wholesale and Retail, DEALER IN .... San Francisco Restaurant AND Cliop IIoubo, Meadow Valley street, next door South uf Travis Uroa.' Stable. Glufrlvd & Brlsarher, Proprietors. Fresh Oysters in every style. Open day snd ntlit for the accommodation i t the public. uri-tf VIRGINIA LODGING HOUSE, Meadow Valley Street Plorhe, Next door to Mott, Fish C i'b. riWE CNDEHSIGNED, HAVING REFITTED J and refurnished the above establiHliinent throughout, is prepared to accommodate Israi liea or transient cubtniuers by tbe dsy, week or month, at the LOWEST HATKK. Jjirfe, airy rooms, single snd double bed, spring mat trasses. All the furniture specially ordered from San ap'JO-tf MRS. M. A. CALDWELL. 1JI OO II K Bakery and Restaurant, OPPOSITE IIROWN'S HALL, Main Street. 'I'HK I'NDEKSIGNED, HAVING X completely refitted the above establishment, are now prepared to supply the residents of Pioehe with tne very best BREAD, PIKS, CAKFS, CONr'KCTIONKRY, ETC. Suppers furnished for Halls, Psities, etc. Family patronage solicittd. The Restsursut will be conducted In the best possible style, and supplied with everything the market affords. PW-tf GEO. EGGETS k CO. United Stated Hotel and - Restaurant, BILLIONV1LLE NEVADA OPEN DAV AND NIGHT. PlM" FRED. BRUNO. mi our SUCCESSORS TO A. C. GORDON, IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DIALERS IN Wines, Liquors & Cigars Fire-Proof Building, La cour street, Next Door north of the Postofflce, PIOCHE NEVADA. Goods Takenjn Storage. r. CONNECTION neat WITH THE ABOVE A Sartvple Room Is sttsched, where nothing but line Liquors selected from the above stock will be dispensed, which will be presided over by Mr. . McAL ISTER, who will be glad to see his old friends. myl-tf A CARD. HaaruoN, May 17, 1873. M AVISO SOLD OUT ALL OF MV INTEREST in Pioche to Messrs. THOMPSON It GAU , I take pleasure in recommending theiu to the public, hoping that all of my old customers, ss well a. new ones, will give them s call, I hereby authorise ED. THOMPSON to collect snd receipt for all outstanding accounts due the house of A. C. Gordon st Pioche. myll-lm A C. GORDON. Cheap Job Prlallag at the record orno Groceries, Previsions, AND GENEEAL MERCHANDISE CLOTHING, HATS, bOOTS, ETC., ETC Cheap for Cash. AGENCY OF PUFONT'S Metallic Keg Blasting Powder, C4NDLES, FUSE, OILS AND MIXING GOODS. ADOLPH COHN & BRO., SUCCESSORS TO M. COHN, Wholesale & Retail Dealers a CICARS and TOBACCO And everything else appertaining to sn estsb lishruent of that kind. All accounts due M. Colin are pavable tetbe uuderslgneu. ADOLPH COHN A BRO. Plot he, DeccmU r la, loTJ. dl3-tf aH 13 J. Xj Xj ! TO BR QIYKM T LIGHTNER H00K& LiDDER BROWN'S HALL, FRIDAY EVEN'G. JUNE 6( 1873 C ommittee of Arrangements I Earl Hamilton, Louis Sultan, Oeo. 0. Johnston, A. H. Emanuel, John A. Steele. Invitation Commltteot 8. W. DeLsry, Pat Holland, Oeorge T. Gorman, B. F. Sides, P. B. Miller. Hon. i. K. Wilson, W. W. Bishop, John Roeder, Matt Sbastrieh Jobs O. laynch, V EutM. Oeorge Arnold, Captain F. Cook. Reception Committee I W. W. Bishop, M. D. Halpln, John Patlie, J. F. Kopp, p. Harrison, H.Ward, Lonls Solomon. floor Ruaa Scott, Jos. M. Coachtaa, T. D. Collins, floor Director. . . TICKKTS, Mana4rersi Wm. P. Goodmss, Chas. WeWerbolo, Jsaiee Clancy. ..."..swIHsussUt" TVB DOLLARS. W Tickets can be bad from snj awnioww the company. soyMW"