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r r , i , I , '.'si: ' ; u' 'f i i ( if '; r.! . " ' r- . 1 AS' - I 5 - i r DAILY RECORD ! Telegraphic Dispatches. TsUaUDAr SOLD BIB INTEREST. John Booth bavins nil hi. lalerost In the Piocm Dan.T Bccon. Um busioeea will here after be conducted in the firm name of HOL LA n CO. JlXV in. mi pwii to tick nan daii.t ax cusp. Eastern Dispatches. Locrsnixs, Ky., Julj 8. Tlir drawing of the Kentucky Gift Lilintry Lottery began early this morn iuc. No. ati.mas drew JilOO.000. Xo. I j."3J drew M.OtKI; Xo. 21,764 drew TO Ol R EXt h ixgek. j $20,000; Xo. draw $10,000; So, Tits law requiring the payment of j i0' ,lrew '."'. These were the postage on newspaper Laving gone into . priucip.il pr ,e. effect ou the 1st instant, we are relnct- 1 Loso Bsasch, Julv 8. Si TTZ I Tm"th eop;Tshw postage on all copies tent front the I 1 to " weepstakes of " Recoub office to exchanges, hoping that ""'h, theiteeoinl to receive $300 nnd thw arrangement may I reciprocated by ibe tliird $1 ju. Ont of the .takes, two "in twuiuunnei to wnom we hpim ttie . i , , w Pf,.n(,.i.;..i..,. anil i liali nniis. came off vesterdav. Tbc hortkf itai ti',i. viz : I'arkneaa, Busi ness, Survivor, AVander and Hubbard. The race was won I'y Wander in 4:34JJ; Parknetss necoud and Hubbard third. AVnndcr was the favorite in pools at the TAtc of J.0iK against $1.I0 lor Park- Rreom from this date. SECRET POLITICAL PARTI'. Tho Know XoOiins were a powerful organization iu 1S5." ur thereabouts, and at one time it set laej as if that orgauiza- ""um awtcn Liiu itiiiutrv nun cm ' ! UC. off the presidential prize. It was, how. j Philadelphia, July S. ever, short lived, its member merging ' l.uiham W.lw.n, who killed DaTid into the Kcpnblkan and Democratic par- Brown last night, was arrested in Xorth ties. Witbthedeathof Know Xothingiim j Pennsylvania there seemed to be uu end to secret polit- iNKW y0EKi JuI w .eal part.es: but we se it stated upon . The H.ulth losietor of Jersey Citv Sfivs the .1-1!, good authority that the friends of liberal legislation in Massachusetts ale going into the next political campaign on the Know Nothing principle, by enforcing a secret political society, and hope to win in this tack. The " head center " of machine is located in Boston, and nraoimss are hemg formed in each I and two childr. county. Quite u number have already iuto the street. reen formed in lioston, and the leaders of the movement already talk in on extrava gant manner of what they intend to do at the next Statu election. The confiscation of lager lieer by the State, police has ex cited the people, and it is thought that ileutlic there from luriDosed Werefnttn cholera tmirlins. Boston, July 8. This udernoou Michael Desmond shot his wife dead, and then himself. The parties bad been living in Tufts street, but on Saturday Desmond drove his wife l by a former husband The wife and children subsequently found lodgings in Second street, Sontu T.oston, where Desmond followed and where the terrible act was committed. Habhisbcbq, III., July 8, A severe storm blew down the Inter. Othalr. liviuir lnfiilw rt .rM.nl vh.n they asaet on Stat occasions. Ha lives a very loos life, and liks the kings of tha olden time, ha an ahnndanc nf royal female favorites. PKC waa exritft and tilmised hv tba solemn oath taken by the new Archbishop Of LJnia An Ilia nM.in nt kta Annua. cratiou, that be would " support the laws of Pent and hold them as paramount to any opposite orders proceeding from the Komau Court." CiBEBBo-sprxAX iXHArsnoN, the result of life-long liability to epileptold seiz iirts. acuta bronchities and locmotor Boston Charley shot lr. a,RXV m ht ils the Pope, according Thebi are in Chicago's new hotelthe j (irand Pacino Z9 flights of stairs, .18 I miles of wire, windows and 1,070 i doors. I A man- named James Pickett has been I found tmiltv in Ttniaj. Citv Tilnltn .t killing a squaw, and sentenced to be hung. secrecy in political action may wine out ' national circus tent while fnll of nennU tho present stringent law. It is held Tb" l"'ps fired the canvass, but it was amung oiuer tilings that there ale thou sands of men connected with either po. litical party who have become disgusted - with the liquor law who will act quietly with tho new party i squelching the thing. There are no doubt 20.0(10 voter. in the Republican party opposed to liquor prohibition, and this number, ad- i led to the 50,000 opponents of the law i there being no national question at issue this fear it is thought may be able to modify the present laws and secure the free sale of beer and ale again. ! Tom Sprisoeb, State Printer of Cali tomia, is having some trouble iu getting his pay. Though au old printer and publisher, the press is not unanimously in sympathy with him. It is alleged that he has permitted himself to be used in one or more jobs by private parties, and thofa is a general disposition to let him light hit own battles. He delnved ths publication of the State edition of the Codes, and diil to'u lioai tn .1.- s.i. iu luituc. lue m- " I'.uwmuus carrriea teiests of the Code Commissioners, who 1,e r'ious for 10 men for two years. extinguished Chicago, July 8. A hurricuue passed over Odin 111., last night, unrooting houses. A tin roof was deposited on the railroad and moved by tile assistance Of A Imvimnh.. Tl, Protestant Methodist church was wrecked The Methodist church and engine house at Salem were wrecked. Orchards, miles of fences and thousands of acres of com were thrown down. Xrw Yobk, July 9. Thirty of the best and most experi enced men on board of the receiving ship have been selected to form the crew of the Tigress, announced to sail positively Saturday. The Tigress will carry 200 tons of coal, and if necessary will get a new supply at St. John's." By this eve ning all supplies and provisions will be shipped. They are composed principally of pork and fatty matter. A large quan tity of pemuiictn will be taken; also canned vegetables and fruits. Tha total amount of provisions carrried will were enabled to get out their annotated edition first, which they sold at three times the price exacted by the State. Lawyers and others who needed the Codes could not get the State edition and 1 '""Knert. were compelled to purchase tho high- ' bought that the office of Vice priced books. In assisting to get up th'e Trident of the Erie Riilway Company, iius" senuusiy ..i oj me retirement ot tien It is reported that fJenoml ri,.,.u K. Urayiim has lieen appointed Chief Engineer of Department of Docks, to succeed (ieiieral McClellan. who b.. ! tilled to by other witnesses. The exam ination will be rondaded to-morrow. Ft. Klamath (via AaldaxU), inly 9. ' Ths Military Commission suet this morning; present, all ths members. The Jndge Advocate proceeded to the trial of Captain Jack. Schonchln, Boston Chsr. ley, Black Jim, Slotnck and B un. ho, tha Indians who were present si the time, and implicated in the cavalry mss sacre. After the Usual niode of opening and swearing in the Conrt, the prisoners wersbrocght in und arraigned. Three witnesses have been examined: T. Rid dle's Iudisn woman, Toby nnd L. S. Dyar. Toby swesrs that Captain Juck shot Geu. Caubv. Schonchin shot Meacham. Thomas. Hooka Jim tried to shoot L. S. Dyer. l"he testimony of Riddle cor roborates his wife in the msiu. The testimony I. f Dyer amounts to nothing. He could swear to nothing positively, except that he was present when the firing commenced; that he was chased by Hooka Jim.. The Iudiuu scouts, Bogus Charley, Shaek-uasty Jitn, Steamboat Frank and Hooka Jim will lie ex amined to-morr w. A. . Moacham is at Ferviee's ranch, '!'! miles distance, and is expected to b present at the trial to morrow. A dispatched just received from Washington, addressed to Major Curtis, directing hiiu not to bring the Lost River murderers before the Com missioners for trial. It is supposed these murderers will be turned over to the Courts of Jackson countv. Tho trial of the Peace Commissioner murderers will probably be concluded on or before ths Wth instant. Sax Dikc.o, July 9 . A Tucson correspondent of the Union says the statement recently made by the post blacksmith :it Camp Grant, in refer ence to an outbreak by Eskesmenscin and band from San Carlos is contradicted by later intelligence. Xataga, with some of his Apaches, left Cochises at the res ervation, probably for a raid upon So-nora. Sasta Crl-z. July !). Uaiaaaiaas.asaaaaaaaaaii-- -'IstasssassMaaMISasassaaSalsMaSssa : ?Krttle 1? cr:tiitemtc iftf SfUininit illcr. , . wa.. . f? of remarkable intellweno and suricbtli- neas of manner. Ths royal palacs is in , u saw ut tus city, ana toe z.mperor naes in ons wing ot It sua sns in an- BOARDING BOUSE. lMMEDUIKLl IKIVI COSSEKTOy , ICE Hot SK. fAXACA 1XAT. ' MISS iN. CASKMAf., Proprietress. mHE FBOPRIETHZSH VF THIS HOI'SR X having recently Me to mid tuau-htlly .lupruved tb building for the tu-L-ouiiiolattiuu "i m-Hurra, rr-sii. w ui it murusi luailKM itir past liberal patruuBfe. auid suliciu ui Jucreaw of Boanlen, an be ia prvpartd to ftcooiuniMUte mil ibu urirr Cisod Board at Low Ha tea. Tbe Table will be supplied with ih best to ur iisui ik luc msu sVfi. Pl'lrii X. I'ARHMAN LYNCH S CHOP HOUSE OYSTER SALOON. SYg. JNO. H. LYNCH, rAA" OU Pioneer ta thef ki V ' VSS' Chop Uotua BuiuieM, V s? HAS TAKEN THE RESTAURANT FORM erly owned bv Frank fiefaofjnmaker, lower .III. fit Vfbailnw V.ll aMn. " - A fri'.h .UTiolr of all Vf,l. of RHPT.T. FISH Or (iener.il Butler's aspirations for the constantly on bind. Public and Private Governorship of Massachusetts, a Boston correspondent of the San Fransiseo Cnroniele ssys: General iintlir. ut a very entertaining gastrouotnieal feast the other day, an nounced hiuiKt-lf squarely and uncondi tionally as a candidate for Governor of Massachusetts, and the old gentlemen around the festive board clapped their hands and wave three cheers for "Gen. Butler, the next Governor of Massachu setts:" whereunnn lha nannta ,ln nm. exclaim, "God save the Commonwealth of Massachusetts." jst-tr Maueieu. Divorces axd Me-UAKKtrn The Indianapolis Herald tells the follow ing prettv story: Mc.VBTia'n McArtuub. On the afternoon of June 10th, at the residence of the bride. 'n. ATiro,ivu Mr. John McArtbur to Mrs. Lottie Mcl Arthur. f'hft ftlviVA Kt-iaf n.-triiu .r.r. st. germ of a roiunnce one of tlioae truths tn jnu wlih u uru sum iu ue hu auger man ncuoii. xne parueH were married Wour street, opnoaite Sew York Batrrv. 1VHE t SDERSIOKED HAVUiO LEAKED THE . above well known LodKlntt House, lias thoroughly renovated and aunplied the same with new Bods, Bedding, ac. rurnishi4 noous by week or moiith. A ahara of publlo patrnnaiff ia aollritisl. MliS. N'UKA TUtiMAH. Piot he, June H, ISTa. Jel3-tf SWISS CONFECTIONERY. MILEY & LAAGE (I. A. Mi ley, lut of Knn FnuictHro. minosite the Plaza.) HAVE OPENED A CONFECTIONARY, BAKEUY and IOKFLE SALtK on Main tttreet, next to Uulpiu'tt. Cream CaJiea, Cream Candies, Fruit Cukes and all km (it of Pantry; alto Calf Foot Jellr. Fan cy Boxes for ChriBtmas preuenta. dlT-tf slubii IsftWaoa 93 lu c Jvlin Lawaoti w t o t i JhnLawsoa ..loo ! ' 3 ! 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J J Kennedy 141 23 12 So J J Kennedy 14:1 25 12 So J J Kennedy 144 lu 5 J J Kennedy 14 lo 5 J J Kennedy 14.; io $ J J Kennedy 14" . lo 5 J J Kennedy Hh lo C J J Kennedy ....14Jt i 5 J J Keuitidy li Ut S J 4 K niiedy ir.i io s J J Kennedy i:,2 lo 0 J J Kennedy ins i0 fi lieo H Miller K1 .V 25 (H-oH Miller ...1H4 ar. 12 Bo tieo H M iller 1 H5 2A 12 60 (reo H Miller m 35 12 & tieoH Miller 1K7 33 12 Bo Oeo H filler ; 19 lu 6 Geo H Miller 1 lo 5 reo H Miller 191 lo 5 Ueo H Wilier Jirj lo 5 (en H Miller 1H3 10 , fi And in accordance with law and an order of ANNOUNCEMENT ! when "both were young and one was 'in it ti a . it a a beautiful," and for lone vears lived han- . filP IB8 Fid B Mr T.hfi DrPdf Gllll till .1 :.... t inilv tocether. Philflr.n lu., " ' vutt.jjj.ujj . . u. vjimev, 01 i atson- i ti ' , . , " " ville, with incest, was ignored bv the ! LfiST .??? ,tbem-. ,U " 1 ji hi 1 1 r ii uiiu iiieir jMieu umi iiesn- I l.,,.l 1 1 . : iihcu iud uucu uaiiliy Home, jur. 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I'hler i Clem, TruateaV me iMiira 01 iiirectors, maue on tlia aoth day of May, 13, so many Bliarvs of eaeh parcel of sueh stock a. may be ni-oessary will be sold at public ....... .w.., lv vuiW vl V'Uuijjn.iv, ..u. tiU Hansouie street, Kan Francisco, Cal., oa Tnea. muj, Hi ma nayoi duty, tsi;i, at tlie hour of 2 o'clock p. ui. ol such day, hi pay nr. .....lu.... arwuirui, llirirvn, lUKnillT costs of advertising and exieusesof the sale. M V llllll' . 1 'ice Nu. 3-20 Saunume street, Sao Fraucise Cal. jyl-td .US ,...1T0 ,...lia ....IT ....111 ....!: ...irr ....KS ...Mi ...Ja ....3US ....Sri ...lesj ...MS ...4tai ...Ani ....atfi ,...!) ....4o4 .... ...07 ...its ....17 ....txt ,...4H ...4.U Ut ar, su s list AO luu ion luu US) luu Hat as au M au Ml 90 ju 5 & Ml 5i, . U I" H3t, II Ut Uso 11 14 Is n a n 1110 I a hi II in 12 lis, i i IXS la 1 ...4M ..MA ...HI ...Ui .....SI ....4S4 i.i.W .471 SO IO lu KU 1011 in lii au Anil in Mvwwv1ah ... , Ih. Board of Birertora, maoi May. 1H73. ao man. iZ.on.be ol said atork uj.it be s." !'. Paiwl Grand Jury to-di.y. injured himself in the estimation of many who had been his friends. Com menting on. Springer's present troubles the Oakland News says: Several months apo he presented u bill amounting to i3:!,oil(l. The State Ex pert, who wus and we believe is still con nected with the Union office, cut the bill down to 826,000. The Controller would not draw his warrant for even that amount, nnd Springer commenced suit to compel him to do so, and was beaten. The Governor and Controller then se lected experts to overhaul the bills acaiu, the Governor, of course, naming an em ployee of the Union office. These ex perts have reduced the bill to 21,:!00 a pretty heavy shave in a bill for Wi.dOO. If Springer has in one bill made an overcharge of fl',000, the Governor ought not to let the matter rest there; it is his duty to see that an officer who has been trying to swindle the State shall be punished. If the bill has been reduced through spite the Governor should pav no attention to the report of this outside committee of experts. Beven, will be abolished, and its duties will devolve on the general manager, probably Mr. Devereaux. Cbicaoo, July 9, An extraordinary accident occurred near Kickapoo Station on the line of the Missouri Pacific Railroad last evening. The track at this point runs for some dis tance along the bank of the Missouri river, and snddenly, without warning, a half mile ,.f the track dropped into, the flooded rivei and sunk out of sight. It appears that the traci had been under mined by the river without having at tracted the attention of any one. Keiiorts from a number of points in Il linois and Iowa, covering nearly the whole ot those States, show, while recent heavy rain storms have injured all the crops to some extent, thaUhere will be a full average crop of small grains, and with favorable weather, of corn. The weather throughout the West is remark ablv cool. TitR Cask op Sl-sax 1). Anthony. Commenting on the action of 3Ir. Justice Hunt iu charging the jury to return a verdict of guilty in the case of Susan B. Anthony for voting illegally, the Utica Observer uuru. ; "v ufc "o Agucuiiu- We have sought the advice of the best ' ral 1ark' Tq1- Stevens, Thornbill, Kell legal and judicial minds in our State in Flaherty and Queen will run n mile and W hile the writtcu opinion of the Justice "I"10'1"1 rat'e Is anticipated. "'-""any commended, his action i " " "unwell mat a. ttaywaid is about Pacific Coast. San Francisco. Julv 9. On the 18th of July, at the Agricultu- Foreign News. Mexico, July 7. The revolution in Yucatan is extending and the country ia declared in s state cf siege. Elections for members of the .Mexican Congress will be held ou the Gth inst. Indications are that the majority of the next Congress will be composed of mem bers opposed to the Administration. No excitement is caused over the raid of Col. MeKenzio into Mexico after the Kickapoo Indians. The Mexican press are nrgiug the Government to confer the rights of citi zenship upon foreigners without com pelling them to renounce their national- itv. The telegraph line between Minatelan ' nun era t. ruz nas Deen completed. 1 he Indians in Chihuahua are on the war-path, and have killed several citi zens. ULK.MC FKOM KXrH.WORM. j JACOB COHW, ; Tli Cham plan I lotl.li.tr anil Dry Good a Merchant of Nevada. ! "Sing Out" too Old io Last Lonf ! Arthur, in ni.th. .u Innn Btnv became too convivial. It was Lis only fault, but it was enough to destroy hi's happiness and that of his wife. She obtained a divorce. The hnsband. left alone in thA WnrM Ilia fnic.n-antl.,,.. I SgiSra n,L SELL MY NTIEE STOCK b IW.J fnnuin.,lL. .JJ..'U: 1 , ' ... ... , ..rnu.cuc umuuciiuig iiiiwt uueaper pUCnPCIJ Cheaper nun nci uuuiu iuh wors Ol re-eslal)llsn- i 1 aeuper Ulllsfll L.II nig nimseii in the confidence of the ! public. The old love had suffered au eclipse it had never been extinguished, i After a sufficient length of time had elapsed to show that he was in earnest, j Mr. McArthur went courting for the second time, and found a willing listner I iu "Lottie." The announcement print- j ed above tells the story of his success 1 of reunited home husband, wife and children once more happy. j cheaper I 1'H AX THOSE WHO Cheaper ATVKRTISE AT wvuvvu, ui. amiuu 111 ordering a verdict of guiltv to be en tered, without giving the jur'v an oppor tunity of saying whether it is their ver dict or not, is almost universely con demned. Such a case never before oc curred iu the history of "ur Courts, nnd the hope is very general that it never will again. Between the indictment and the judgment stands the jury, and there is no way known to the law bv which the jury s power in criminal cases to pro nounce guilty or not guilty can be abro gated. The Judge may charge the jury th.it the defense is invalid; that it is their dear duty to find the prisoner guilty. He has no right to order the clerk to enter a verdict which is not the verdict "f the jury. In doing this Mr. Justice luuf outrages the rights of Susan B. Anthony. Tun Mississippi Valley Society, a Londou organisation for the promotion of trade with the investment of British capital iu the Western and Southern States, was organized on the 12th ult. Among the promoters of the enterprise are some of the wealthiest Englishmen including John Crossley, of Yorkshire, the celebrated oarpet manufacturer; George Wostenholm, of Sheffield; Alfred Field, of Birmingham; Donald Nicolai of Loudon, aud Sir Edward Pieraon. ot Wimbledon. It is understood that general Butler aspires to be the next Governor of Mas sachusetts, and that there is much prob ability that he will receive the nomination of the Republican State Convention. The New York Post suggests that Massachu setts, without distinction of party, shall place Charles Francis Adams before ths andidate for Governor, in General Butler. It may ba tits probable Mr. Adams 'date. to build a race-course at Seigler-Springs, wuicn.ne recently purchased. W. C. Ralston was elected President of the Bank of California yesterday; Tbos. Brown, Cashier. D. O. Mills retains his seat in the Board of Directors. The Board of Education last night worried themselves into bad temper over the subject of accepting invitations to attend the celebrations, picnics and par ties given by sectarian and prescriptive associations, A resolution not tn aoanl such invitations was lost. Dft Cbmx Utah, July 9 The furnace at Clifton is still running nicely. Several tons of bullion have teen shipped to Salt Lake, via Toano, to day, by Holeombe & Co. Ore and coal are arriving at the fur nace in large quantities continuously. Todman i Co. have struck a vein of fine ore in the Block Jack mine and are prospecting in the Tiefield mine with fa. vorable results. The camp, generally, is looking well. Sam Fnaxcisco, July 9. Mr. Piunkett, the Sohool Director who assaulted Phillip A. Prior, was arrested this afternoon and released on $100 bail. Piunkett gave the excuse that Prior grossly insulted him. and says the teacher begged pardon on his knees. The case conies before the Police Court to-morrow. The Kepnblican primary election will oe held to-morrow. Ths sxamination ol J.F. Lewis, Cap tain, and J. Henry, mate of the ship Crusader, for mensUnghtsr, in casing the death of 8. Nelson, was continued to-day. Several physioians testified that the immediate can. 0f death was con sumption, hsstenad by the tteatsMBt Us. Under the head of " Lake Colorado " the San Diego Union speaks of the expe dition for turning tho Colorado, and adds: "The object of Mr. James' exam ination is to ascertain the feasibility of turning the waters of the gulf into "the Colorado desert, so as to form a perma nent inland lake; in effect, to extend the Gulf of California northward at least ISO miles from its present head. Chief Engineer Evans, of the Texas and Pa cific Railway, will furnish all information and assistance in his power." Thjs fnneral of General J. L. Van Bokkelen and J. P. Smith took place this afternoon at 1 o'clock, nnd was one of the largest and most imposing ever seen in this citv. The fun..,! aa.;AD ... , j oi,i,b were held in the lower hall of the Odd Fellows' new Duuaing, corner of C and Smith streets, and were witnncs,! hv . I.,.,,. concourse of people. The services ami solemnities were conducted by Bishop Whitaker nnd Sir Kniotit J,ihn i' r',; Prelate of the rnmm milArv A laM,l number of knights Templar and many moswur were present uunug tno solemni ties in the hall. The Bunin.. mam impressive throughout. Enterprise. In San Francisco the other evening a pair of horses attached to a hack were frightened by a lir.'-cracker thrown under their feet by r.n urchin, und starting from the corner of Sutter and Powell streets ran down Powell street at a furi ous speed, colliding with posts and wng ons. When finally stopped the hock was a complete wrck, and the horses had received several enia on.l niaa. Tk. damoges will amount to several hundred dollars. Ths Pioche 1!i:cobd is now one of the best and prettiest dailies ou the Pacific slope. Recent lu mbers of the Daoer in form us that seveisl parties were getting ready to prospect tor silver and cinnabar mines in North m Arizona. We shall welcome these prospectors, and before- iunuru ui-'iu inai tney have se lected the best visible season for pros pecting this sei tion of country, as the summer rains will very soon set iu, fresh ening the grass and putting plenty of water " where it v ill do the most good." Arizona Miner Wis learn that tho Grand Jury of White Pine county have found a true bill against Alec Colin for kindling the great fire at Hamilton. Of course, no one on the outside has any right to know what transpired in the jnry room, yet it is as serted thot the evidence was very strong against him. His bail has been fixed at $10,000. The warrant was issued for his arrest yesterday. Eureka Sentinel, 8th. The Eureka Sentinel learns from As sessor Cranley, of White Pine conniv that a large part of the town of Hamil ton will be rebmlt. Town lots, on both sides of Main street in in. hint. .v. Perry's saloon was situated, are held at A1 iUli r. l fY"M r m ..... .i.iaii, emu. .me nre manes additional work for Cranlev. sa l rm... . assess the whole town. Edward Hugh is, of Kan Francisco, a one armed man, after fourteen months labor, has succeeded in making a table cumnrnciea ot one hundred thousand pieces of wood. Ppbuo oossip in Vienna represents ths Emperor and Emm-ess as hv no means very happy in their conjugal rela tions. Her photographsin the windows show her to Tha a I , . atauusuuie woman boi .So ysarsof g,. She Is said to be List of Letters IkEMAIMKO IN THK POSTOFFICK lit Pini'li.. Nav Julv a luT'i ii- . , it.., for in one month they will' be wnt to the Iead Letter Oliice at Washington, l. C. AnderaonSTJ Alexander A ArnjatroiiR P G AoUloi'S Joseph Batten E E Baker Eli ' Dsliann John Bennett Win M Boob Joseph Boyle E 1 Boradur S Bradley J :i Bradford H L " Briiili Chas A Briggs E B Brisetnger J'rc d Biichdahl Chai Uiaaekuimner E H CavilleWm CarloaJohnA Carle Win CaslroMiasL Cahill Patrick Charter iT.nrv v t.nanaierur cnrislle sir i napman 1 Cowling Wm liavia C M Dflnn Jnwmh Do'wd Patrick Chapman U Christie H Clark (leo H Davis .las F llav C B ' Downey M Drill timer K C, llnrkn. .IK Edwards J Eugha MtsaH Fisber Chas Fields John Fort John B Furguraou 0 Claue Willis Garrison N N Uieesun Allan 3 Uilmor A N (lood J L iroaka Wm (Iriflin Wm (Inftith Mrs N Hamilton Mrs Harris Jack M.rv R Colliding Grant Davis J Dickpv J H Dowd'Mrs F Soli Oixtrvt Cost! GIVE ME A CALL. AWP YOU WILL FIND JACOB C033nr, The Old Standby, And Everybody's Friend! IN DEAD 2AR.1TEST I He Means What He Says, YOXJJQEJT ! T. COHN, Mnlii SI reel, Upposlle .llrailuw alley silrect, Pioche, Nevuita. jylo-tt Noutlt Nidr Mlntnir Company. Xo- i,c u, uviioj kiu '"a1 "l a mcciiiig 01 lite Trustees of said Company, h.ld on the 5th day ol July, 1873, an aaiMssniem lNo.5) of two and a hull cents per share waa levied upon the capi. tal stock of said Company, payable immedialelv in t'uited States gold coin, to tha Secretary of said Company, at his ofBco lu Slain atreet, cor ner Lacour atreet. Auy stock upon which said assessment shall remain unpaid on Wednesday, the tttb of Au gust. 1S73, shall be deemed delinquent, and Mill be duly advertised for sale at public auc. will be sold on fsnlurda), the Htn day of (..raaauva, idiu, ,i ,u. lirilUIWHl Ba- st-HKuieut, together with eoNts of advertising and expenses of the sale. By order of the Board of rDntRtees. ' ll"-td s. W. EMIANT, Seeretary. Portland KHver Mining (oniauy uu.i,u wuras, tty jumng uiBinei, i.iueoln county, Nevada. Locution of principal lilac. oi uusiuess. M). 4'JD calirornla street, ban Fran cisco, Cal. .Notice. There are delinquent npon the following described stock, on account of asMasuient levied ou the tilh day of itay, 1S73, the several amoanta set opposite tha names ot the resctive shareholders, sa follows: Names. So. Cert. So. Shas. Am't. Arnold Patrick. . . i.x.'i -iui -. Arnold Patrick lai 'Jsl M auwiii ratncA 2i!t -W oo Anioia i'airick Arnold Patrick Dwight W Fleet Jesse Gill Robcn 11 (Jrooves Jas o R E H Haiomond Ed Harrison A G Hood Geo A Jackson F B Kellcy Wm Kendall Geo Hambleton B A Harriaon W m H naiuemanueo natbawan O W Hill Geo H Hesston Thos Holan Patrick Honar Noble P 2 Johnson Uriah KelleyMrsM Keller Pit F Ki.tln Wn, U I jniillle Alfrwl Un., tt'm T .nA iri. Lirmincntl R l.ih.n i i. . Lawrence S lmon J W Ltccette Wn, p Limoges k Cm. Limoges Henry Lieu Seraphim ner Longabaugh 8 Mct:ilnH llrClaneMrs McDonald Geo 1 McDtirnintt J T a u..o.n , McGIUivray 1 3 McKay Donald McUughlin Maltord Wm Magee Mrs W B Mrs Hally MathewsonJA Mehan Jack Miller John Michaelsou O Muntgomer J P Morton Mrs A C .uoioneytt Mutton Tbos Neill Cornelius Nolan Frank Norrls N J I Olson H O Connell J O'Dair Bart H Patterson fi K Pli,n,n,u. .1 Randolph U H Rsspberry W R Richards J ' Rich J ltiley Mrs F Rich Mrs Marv 2 HinelMrtJH Rlotte E N Riley JasS ' Kicker Frank Rodriges N B Rogers Thoi H 3 Russell Geo Sanders Mrs Liz Sanders T M Hisson V G Shannon Eng shlrlock Edwd Smith Bob Spittler G D Steinstraum Mr Stewart Mrs H Kteavens Mrs Strausse F W Sullivan Jcr Swamp J B 2 Tans Anton Thyer Hyrani Tibbets B .1 Tucker Wm H Tupper Mrtn V Tvson Andrew L nderwood W It a Van Blyke W H Washburn Smu Wear Marshal 3 Wendt W 1 W hitaeld Jno B Whitney G W Wllliama E M W ason Chal w ilson Edgar D Wilson Hiram 0 WilllamsEN2 W ilder MraR Woods David 2 Znhnan Gertrude . VAU ABLS LRTrGKS. Mahoney Wot -On calling for any of the above letters please say ' Advertised." T. W. ABRAHAM, Postmaster. i 4.i i-2u i 'Jo 1 ii So lo S L, M f loo :,o 10 llKl ,K) 11 llSI ,S VI fioo iiW 13 Imjo Imi U ,V,o 2,-, 17 Vlnri ooo 111 ."in 2,', '-'1 -'.'. 1.' ; S2 -jr. !2 i 21 20 12 ; Cheeky Lost. pWO CHKCKS, BOTH ISSUED BV WELLS, X Fargo Co., San Francisco. and dated De cember 7, 1S72: So. 280, In favor of A. M. Jack, son. for 12S SO; So. 263, in favor of Annie Birch, for 20 60. Payment haa been stopped, and all persons are cautioned agllnst negotiat ing said checks. The finder will be suitably rewarded on leaving tha ehecka at Weill, Fargo t Co s. Pioche. Jyl0.ni T. J. JONES. Notice to Lien Holders. I N THE DIRTRIiyr rot-Rip nc nn, Seventh Judicial District, in and for T.n,ln ;. S 7iJ" ' ot -"evaaa. o. p. Sherwood and w. H.Sherwood, plaintiffs, tgitnst George H. Coflee, defendlnt. IS,!.''''Ul"nerehy atlven that 0. P. Sherwood andW. H. Sherwood, plaintlna above named, have commenced an action In the above enti. tied Court against the defendant above named to enforce a Ilea for the sum of seven hundred and twenty and 70.100 dollara, gold coin, and Interest thereon from tha 26th day of Novem. bcr, A. D. 1872, at the rate of ten per cent, per annum, again.t that certain wooden building and the lot on which the same stands, situated on that certain atreet running easterly and westerly, and being north of Boone k Del tnan'i corral and feed stable:, anil being the premises now occupied by said a. W. Coffee aa a residence-, in the town of Pioche, county of Lin coln, Bute of Nevada. Said lien is claimed under and by virtue of an Act of the Legislature of the State of Nevada, approved March 4th, A. D. 1S71: and all persons holding or claiming llena against said premises under the provlelona of aald Act, are hereby notified to be and appear before said Court, at the Court-house, in the town of Pioche, In said county, on Friday, he 1st darof Aasjaist, A. . 1873, at 10 o clock a. m. of aald day the same being a day of a general term of said Court and to exhibit then and there the proof of their said liens as provided in said Act. f " not then so exhibited and proved Will be deemed waited la favor of those liens ao exhibited and proved, aa In said Act provided. O. P. SHERWOOD sad , I. , W. H. SHJEBWOOD, ; Pioche, Nevada. July , i7. , By Biwor a aUars, plainllffi' attorneys. JyS-lawtw Maieppa Silver Milting ompiuir. Location of principal place of business. Sin Francisco, Cal.; location of works, tlv Mania: District. Lincoln county, htite of Nevaila. No. tice. There are delinquent upon the lollowing deaeribed stock. on account of assessment (No. II levied on the aoth diy of Mav, 173, the i. era amounts set opposite the names of the re spectHe shareholders, is follows: No. of Si,, of Names. Certificate. Shares. Ain't James a n iison James A Wilson James A Wilson .... James A Wilson James A Wilson , . . . .Ii.,n.. . U'llu.... ! James A W'ilson .'!.- Julues A Wilson .... James A Wilson Jsmes A Wtlaou .... James A Wilson Geo M Sabln Geo M Siiau Geo M Nabin Geo M Kllihj Geo M Habiu Geo M Saliin Geo M Habin Geo M Sabin Geo M Sabln Geo M Sabm Geo M Sabin Geo M Sabln Geo M Sahni GeoMSlhln Geo M Sabin . . .'. . . Gio M Sabin Geo U Sabin Geo M Sabin Geo M Sabin Geo M Sabin Geo M Sabin Geo M Hnhfln Geo M Sabin .'. '.','.1'.. Geo M Sabin Geo M Sabln Geo M Kshin Geo M Sabin Geo M Sabin Geo M Sabin Geo M Kibiu Geo M Sabin Geo M Slblu G0 M Kahin . Geo M Sabin Geo M R.l.in tleo M Slblu Geo M Sabin Geo M Sabin Geo 51 Sabin Goo M Sabin Geo M Sab u Geo M Rabin Geo M Sabin Geo M Sabln Geo M Sabm , John Lawaon. John Lawson. ....... John p.awson John Lawson John liwsoa.. John Iiwson John Lawson.,.,,... Jobn Lawson John Lawson John Lawsou John I-iweon John Lawson John Lawsou John Liwaon John Lawson...,. ... John Liwaon...) . . John Liwson John Lawson John Lawaon John Lawaon John Lswson, ....... John Lawson. John Lawaon John Lawaon.,...,.,, John Lawson John Lawson John Lawson John Lawaon , John Lawaon , John Lawaon John Lawaoa John Lawson John Lawaon .,.... John Lawaon. w John Lawaon John Lawaon John Iiawson.,., Mli John Lawaon.,.. ... John Lawaon John Lawaon John Lawaon John Liwson John Laanvm : " Jobn Lawaon...'!'!' John Lawaon John Liwaon ! John Lawion..,,, ' John Iisimi ' John Lawson John Liwaon !!', John Lawaon "" John t.i Jobh LsWaoa!!!!!'' 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Cshill k Fox, Trusleei. . I Cahill A Fox, Trustees.. . Cahill A; Foi, Truileei. . esiiiu a: l ux. Trustees. Canavaii p Ht al,j 1 Greenwood j Canavau P H, ; Greenwood.... ; Canavau P 11, I Greenwood 1 Canavau 1- U, ! Greenwood .j Cunavau P H, I Greenwood j Cavallierj P, Trustee... j CavallierJ f. Trustee.. 1 l.avullierJ 1, Tmsh-e... Cmklcy Tim i Coaklcy Tim j Coaklcy Tun I CoakleyTim I Coakley Tim ! ! CimkleyTim 1 t.'iiakley'I'ini I Coaklcy Tim Coakley Ti.u Coaklcy Tiui I Coakley Tim I Coaklev Tim , Cosklev 'I'u... Coaklty Tim Coakley Tim CoakleyTim !.'.'.'.. CoakleyTim CoakluyTim Coaklcy Tim CuakliyTim Dumond John Heath CG Heath CO Heath CU Heath CG Heath CG ' Heath CG Heath CO Heath CO - Heath CG ' Heath CG James Jnlm n lalllllll Jkb H 'IVniU. .p., Latham Jas H, Trustee!!!!!i)iil at.il suit and ind . ss . : . 40 . 41 42 . 43 . 44 . 4C . 4!) . 60 . 51 ... 92 .... A3 ... A7 p... 68 .... 611 .... Co ... Gl ... G3 ... 114 ... M , .. oti ... SB ... I ... 71 ... 72 ... 71 ... 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Ala. lWi 3UI lou i. 2 so 1 60 1 25 1 25 1 25 1 25 4i; M 25 25 2 50 3i J5 2 SO 2 60 60 60 So to . . 60 J So CO 25 1 25 26 26 26 55 '- H ' 12 So 12 to 12 60 12 Ao 12 So 12 SO 12 So 12 60 12 to 12 So 11 60 12 to 12 6c 12 60 12 60 12 So 12 to 11 So 11 60 i 5 .31)..! ... .370 377 829 372 .....273 274 275 2711 . . . . .280 .....281 2S8 203 .....234 .....297 4 Latham H, Trustee jiiuaiu Jis li, Trustee Latham Jai H, Trustee LigbtnerC W Mullen Bernird Mullen Bernard Mullen Bernard Mullen Bernard Mullen Bernard Mullen Bernard Mullen Bernard. Mullen Bernird -.. Mullen Bernard Mullen Bernard nuilen Bernard .., ItavmnnH lln.m Richardson a. A, Tniafaje Richardson E A, Trustee Richardson E A, Trustee. ,. , Richardson E A, Trustee Bichardsou E A, Trustea . . . Bichardson E A, Trustee Richardson E A, Trustee .... Richardson E A, Trustea. . . , Ri chardaon E A, Truatee .... --- - u , . , ,,r,M . . . . If nicnarason t, a, TrusU 15 ltlchirdsonEA, Trustee.... Id Richardson E A, Trustee.... 17 Richardson E A, Trustee.... 18 Richardson E A, Trustee. ... 19 Richardson K A, Truatee. ... 20 Rlcliaruaon E A, Trustea 2a nicuaruson t A, Trustee . . . Richardson E A, Trustee . , . UichnMi.n E . n, . ... 1 nuK. . . . Richardson E A, Trustea . . . xwcnartison e, a, Truatee , , . HirliapHajtn S- A T . Richardson Ea! Trustea!!! Kil'haplu.n v . n .... Richardson E A, Truitati.' 72 ...vuuiuivuu ii a, i-rusten. , Rlchirdson E A, Trustee. . Richirdeon E A, Truatee. . Richardson E A. Trastea. Richardson E A, Trustee . . Richardson E A, Truatee. . Richardson E A, Truatee. . Richardson E A, Trustee. . Richardson E A, Truatee.. Rives Henry Hives Henry. Elves Henry. Hives Henry. Rives Henry,, Elves Henry, Rival Henry. 73 . 74 . 76 . 7 . ao . 80 . 87 . 88 . 91 .166 .169 160 181 164 ' .161 166 1(17 list 2.'. . 100 26 luu 25 100 25 7S IS 76 36 8 75 1 36 1 -J.7 Son I'js Sno 125 6O0 126 Soil 126 . tsu 135 SO' 12.7 lUU 2.7 lIU 2S Kill 26 SI 12 60 SU 13 60 SO 12 SO .Si 12 60 611 12 60 lu 3 SO lo 2 SO "1 2 60 10 9 60 1 25 3 1 25 ti 23 AW SO 12 30 211 5 211 .7 30 6 30 5 10 2 60 lo 2 60 10 2 60 10 2 60 i I 23 !l 7 60 100 SS SO 12 50 20 ' B 00 1 1,1 , 1 ti 10 a so lis 1 25 6 1 26 1 25 ' 4 1 26 5 1 25 6 1 26 loll 26 11.) as ao- j - 10 SI 50 10 . 2 All 7 Si 1 87 1UU 23 100 . SS 100 ... 26 ' 100 36 Its) 2.7 100 26 100 26 100 ' ' 15 1WJ 25 100 : St ka) 26 lUU . 2,1 10U 25 lIU 25 100 25 lull 25 loo , ,: ' 26 100 26 100 ,, 26 100 25 107 41 IS lis) 25 1O0 25 100 26 100 ti , , 10a : m 100 35 ion as ion 2.7 ton 25 100 26 . too ;. ae ' 33 8 23 100 26 100 26 100 1 26 100 ' 25 ' 100 ' 35 100 ' 25 : 100 ' 35 100 25 100 ' 26 250 ' A! S 85 21 at SO 12 50 10 Ifci lis 16 X 26 it ( srder of Sth H.. . 7 IS public auctionTlft-h. omcTor.2 4; California etrM u.. iL' u,InPJ. Sn 1st day of July. 1873, at the ho of ,,' ? m..of said day, to pav aald dehn,?L!i 0 clw ment thereon, 'together with cosJ! M- Olllce-Jto. 438 CWlrorm.(s,SsP' ciaoo, a-Hiromia. Swi 'no. jel"-ta Poatinmewenl. Tho ibovi sale is postponed until . 1873. at the same hour and plic' V "l the Boird of Uirectors. BJ xrderaf tclV'M C""0n" .J.-MI "nnain Mill and ni7 pmyj-Location of prlnctpil pu ZfL,' nan Franrt-n 1 .1 . , '.. "? " nUart, Miniug District, Lincoln ,untv elWkl' J1' There are .1, li,,,,,...,, .,' -;v. lotlcfe. scribed K-k. on 'account of .Zml! levied on the l.;th day of lIsvTawtto'- , hi 10. a ; Z..- -"- Certificate, 11 1 lesirne J 1' Cavallier. Trustee.','.'.'.'.'.' 1 r I. hruder, Trustee 7 I) T U,..h.. Tn,.,u " .' HTMeiniher! Trustee!!.'!!!! lo 1. 1 .neiiinei', Truatee 11 J R Msrtm li J M Luzarder, Trustee, . J M Luzarder, Truit,. J Clem 1 hler, Trustee., J Clem I'hler, Trustee.. JCIem Fhler, Trustee. , J Clem I hler, Trustee. J Clem t hler, Trustee.. J Clem I'hler, Trustee, A Pierce ., J Clem I'hler, Trustee.. J Herr.ig, Trustee Geo o Thomae.' , E Terry 8 D Kruder, Trustecj,,.. I 'harlee Watklns S I) Kruder, Trustee. . . . A Pierce A Pierce A Pierce ,' J W' Winter, Trustee.... J W Winter, Trustee. J W Winter, Trustee.... , A Pierce C W W stains, Trustee. - George Berry, Trustee.., Geojve Berry, Trustee. George Berry, Truatee.., Gccuge B rry. Trustee . Georn Hesrv Tni.,u George Berry! Trustee.', Oeorge Berry, Trustee., IlKim. lli.m. Gmirv Hum T".,....' - -n--....., ',.W.I,.M,,1. Oeorve Berry, Trustee I5f iirj, .niausi irst Gtsrree Herry, Truatee 14 George Berry, Truatee 156 GeOTV,' ll. rrv IV.,.1 , ki George Berry,' Trutee.!!!!.'!l,77 J R James 13a 1 R J.,. J R James su E Chlelevlch, Tnist.e .' . ! 161 t-emelevicb, Trustee lea F Chlelevich, Trustee 163 F. Chiele-ich, Truatee lb-4 K Chlelevich, Trustee 165 E Cbielevirh, Trustee ISC E Clnlvil, tkik 1.1- E Chlelevich, Trustee E ChleleTich, Trustee E Chielevicb, Truateo. . E Chlelevich, Trustee. . E Chielevlch. Truatee .. E Chlelevich, Triunee.. E Chlelevich, Truatee. , E Chlelevich, Truatee., E Chlelevich, Truate... K Chi, l..vi,.l. T,., l; Chlelevich, Trustee.'. ... . .179 E Chlelevich. Trustee Imp r. i-nielevtrn, Trustee 181 L Chlelevich, Trust4ie ,.182 E Cbielevich. Trnslee 11 t Chielevlch, Trustee. . . . K Chielevlch, Trustee... E Cheltcvich, Trust.,.. K l'liil....i,.l, 'r,u,. K Chlelevich! Trustee!'.'. V l'hi,.W,..l, 1'-,..... E Chlelevich, 'rrustee.,., E Chlelevich, Trustee.... r. Chlelevich, Trustee.,.,. .".lily F Chlelevich, Trustee nej v s S'.lt,.BMl. .... Aim in accordance with law and ail onlet ol the Board of Directors, made on the 16tb day o May. 187.1. so niaov shares nf earh pu cel of such stock aa may be necessary will at sold at public auction, at the omer of Ike Ccoi. .n, on Wednesday, the Till day af July, 173, at the hour of 19 e'rlock in. ol such day, to pay delinquent alaiailiienli. thereon, together with costs ol advertising and expenses of the aide. J. M. Lr-IUltDER. Secretary. nftlce: XII Ajoiitgomery street, Uoom U, Sau Francisco, Cal. je44-td Post poHemeut. By order ol the Board of Directors the sbov.' Slleof deliuqueut stock ll postponed to th link .1 u r 1 ut , .1 iq.vwli m .1 the oftiee of the company. ' J. M. Ll'ZAHDEB, Secrettry Office: ,131 Montaooierv alreet. room 16, San Francisco, CalUornia. - - - JrM . IS . sr, . 87 . 78 . 81 . 82 , 811 . 91 , 114 96 1(10 1113 104 106 UI 115 US 117 " 118 112 141 146 14 117 148 149 .....170 ,.151 ..108 ...1119 ...170 ...171 ...172 ,...119 ....174 ....176 ,...176 .178 ....184 ...15 ....lKt: ....1ST ....188 ....1MI ,.190 . . 191 70 lie .! IV 10 Sil lit) l.l lis) ll 100 Ka) 100 100 J.. 60 60 ISO 600 209 6) 9(10 Jv lUU 22:13 26 luu 1373 loot 609 60 10(1 ' luu 109 loo 190 100 HO litl lou lou US) IU) 1U0 urn 2t 2UU lUU 100 loo luu lou 100 1UI 1011 100 lou 200 200 210 209 209 200 200 200 60 ai : ,'sl 36 23 2.i 26 II 211 a 10(1 an 9)0 30, 3li SI- Xtl SI) 2JU an ii li 9 hut s lUN) Hi) 40U Ml 44W 59 2uu 3759 imi 10U0 luu 200 ' 200 M0 200 Mv 2SI J.I 'All se jw 'AO aw 4WI 4UI 201) 211 IW 200 M 201) 2m 20u 3(11 1IAI lull IM 9 I ill IT1. IP. FORWARDING lOTIISSIfliUIERMI WHOLESALE DEALER ....IN.... Floor, Grain, & General MerciiaDillse, TOANO (CP. K B) NEVADA, Will Receive ind Forward Freight to PIOCHE ,...AXH.... 1 - ALL PARTS OF EASTERN NEVADA ....Ann..,. Idaho Territory, TITH DISPATCH AMD AI LOWEST 1 Going Rites. Jtark Woods "Care F. F. Marx, Toano, X.vada." H. A. BEUNNER, Agent it Pioche. fflrtt-tf -. , 1. - ;:':. ' "AH KEB'S'';; restaurant; S1 4, II 1TUATKD ON to tlie rear I McCANMON 8T.,f" of the iNMtoffioe. - su' jii't't pntTnurr V siOVaTED AVINO THOROCOHtt KX0ATEp rniauiuiuupai, 1 will XV-Oprn n Monday, Ju vate roorai. Meali it ill hours. , , , If you wint 1 1 1 Heat ia oolst, "ui jeltf . J.j plan, wttt . RICH'S HOTEL, BULLIONVILLE. Sviirw uran iu ana. rcauu 1 Tha Table aupplud with sili the A.llcflClM of th. Hum. The Bar Is supplied with ths nnstt Bi wines, Liquora and Cigars. . UIDOINO, None better. Fin. Ball attached. Private re ll 1,1 ll.l IU.ll. HIM M. . jelt-tr . W, T, HOB, '