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r ..ft. r i'ii CM i ? I. low I rail I 5 ' r r". ;.t; '. :H '1 '.t-'Ti-viv " r V3 f . ' . ! V .. . . ' it , i M J DAILY RECORD TO OI'R EXCHANGES. The lav requiring the payment of postage on neaspajiera having gone into effect on the 1st instant, we are reluct antly compelled to curtail oar exchange list. Hereafter we will prepay the postage on all copies sent from the KKOOkO office to exchanges, hoping that this arrangement may be reciprocate! by onr co tefupo runes to whom we send the Kecobd from this date. Tax Sacramento Record gives the fol lowing statement of the number of pas- seug.rs by ae sniving and departing JtXV tt, 8 j from the port of San Francisco daring . j tu !irsl Bjx months of 1873, together ; with the through arrivals and departures i ty the Central Pacific Railroad, aa fol lows: By e. China an4 Japrnt UtUer ouuntrira TuUU Bf c. V. h. a. malt 1S.027 (1 toonlh eatl- 30,243 ArrivM. IX.part. ...W.1M 1,147 10.U1S 14,130 THK PRKHS ON ITS RICUTN. The Missouri newspaper publishers into eonsideration their business inter ests. Among other mutters brought be fore the Editorial Association was the TuUU 38.ro Net guin by immigration daring the six months, 24,120; of these 12,569 I were Chinese; the net gain by Pacific j Railroad travel was 10,230. ?!'lleTapliic Dispatches. Til T11K PIOCHK nill.T KXOORri Eastern Dispatches. Why is This? Two of tfur western exchanges dated Monday afternoon came to hand last evening, but neither con tains anv account of the shooting affray following resolution, which was intro-1 in this place on Sunday last. dnced by Mr. Doran, of the Lexington SESAToiTsrKWAuT delivered the oration Caucasian, and adopted by the Associa-1 Jarkmn CW.. on the Fourth. tion : 1. That a newspawr office is a busi ness establishment, bv which editors nnd printers must make a living. That a man has the same right to walk into a grocery store and order a barrel of : hpkch sugar or a sack of cocee, or into a law onice and demand a legal opinion from its occupant, or into aa undertaker's ami request a coflin, without expecting to pay for their respective wares or ser vices, as into a newspaper office and de mand the use of its brains and musclu and type, without a thought of recom jiense, 3. That hereafter all personal or political matter, having for its object the promotion of individual fortune or am bition, shall be treated exactly as other business matter, and charged, at the op tion of publishers, as editorial advertis ing. . That dead-beating political, personal and commercial on the Mis souri press, is "played out." 5. That auy editor or publisher who fails to carry out these resolutions in the letter and spirit shall cease to be regarded as a member of this Association. In the presentation of such a resolu tion Mi'. Doran showed a full apprecia tion of the situation, and its adoption by an Association representing the press of Missouri gave additional proof, were any needed, of tlie forne and truth of the principles therein enunciated. The fore going rules should 1 adopted by every newspaper in the land, and, furthermore, should bo cherished in the memory of every man who has business with the newspaper publishers. THE NATIONAL CAPITOL. Tho project for the removal of the Federal Capitol from Washington to some point in the Mississippi Valley is again being agitated. Rut the spirit which prompts the taxation of the agicultural South and West for the benefit of the North aud East, will show itself in a deadly hostility to any such project. It should bo reaieml)ered that the geo graphical center of the country is even farther west than the point at which it is now proposed to locate the seat of the National Government. New York will be especially hostile to the scheme laid down in the following para graph: The rapid growth of the country will soon demand it, if, indeed, it does net already, and should such a movement be practical there arc millions in the South and West who would advocate it at once. I think it would be one of the crowning exploits of our Government to consum mate such removal and convert the old Capitol into an emigrant depot, with suf ficient railroad and land communication to the Atlantic coast to make it most em phatically and exclusively a safe goal for the thousands who are yearly seeking homes in the Western world. It would be not only a humane and benevolent project to keep the unprotected from the runner and ruffian of the port of New York ; it would also bo a safe financial investment to the Government, and re dound to the honor and glory of Ameri can freedom. A Rloopy Row at Piochi. A dis patch from Pioche gives an account of a bloody row which occurred in that town yesterday morning, in whichs everal per sons were wounded, some probably fatally. The statenient is not very clear, hut from the labyrinths of its ambiguity, we make out that n man named Har rington, lately from Arizona, who was drunk, abused a dog belonging to Frank Schoonmaker, from which act the row originated, nnd resulted in the shooting of Harrington in the head. Lynch, res taurant keeper, was shot, nnd is not ex prietod to survive. A man named O'Neal is also thought to lie fatally wouuded. Frank Schoonmaker was shot in the breast, wound not considered dangerous, and a man by the name of Sulliviau re ceived a hall in the hip, the wound re ported not serious. At this juncture the Sheriff and other officers interfered aud stopped the murderous melee. New Endowment, Tth. Ere this our Salt Lake neighbor has doubtless received the Recokd of the Hautfoed, Con., July 9. The house of Thomas Adams Wither field, was burned early this morning. One child was burned to death, and it is feared two others cannot live. Washington, July 9. The President appointed S. S. Darrell Postmaster at Covington, Ky., in place of Jesse F. Grant, deceased. Nxw Yoss, July 9. The steamers to-day take out $500,000 in gold and $l'J4,O0Oin silver, with en gagements to ship another half million gold to-morrow. Concord, July 9. Au attempt was made last night to throw the Boston express train off the track nenr Suncook. Two men were seen placing ties upon the track by a woman, whom they beat till she to insensible nnd threw her among the bushes. She managed to reach the depot and told what she sniv, and the obstruc tions ' wero removed. Her assailants robbed the woman of nearly $400. With in the satchel that contained it was found written these words: "We made more money thau we should if we had tipped off the train, vou fool." New Yokk, July 9. , Youtii; Wal worth was taken from the I Tombs to-dar, "and in company with other criminals,-driven to the Hudson Railroad depot, eai route for Sing Sing. Mis. Walworth was at the Tombs in a carraige when her son was brought out. She requested that he might be conveyed with u deputy sheriff in her carriage to the Railroad station, but the request was refused. Walworth was marched .with the other prisoners and plaoed in prison. Niw Yolk, July 10. Tho paintings In the Governor's room are advertised for sale to satisfy a judg ment for $14,000, obtained against the city by Judge McOuire. Frederick Raxo, coffee merchant at Rio Janeiro, made application in the Supreme Court yesterday for a writ of habeas cotpus to recover his daughter, whom Ilaxo's wife carried off with her to this city, when she eloped from Rio with a brother of Raxo, (In Thursday evening a woman known in connection with the Goodrich tragedy as Kate Stoddard (alias Amy Stone), was arrestml at Fulton ferry, Brooklyn. She declines, thus far, to converse with the police on the subject of the tragedy. When Walworth donned the prison un iform at Sing Sing yesterday, he re marked, "I have gained seven pounds in clothes since I came here. I feel now like engaging in a base ball match. An officer in the army told ma the other day that the only difference between this suit and the West Toint uniform, is, that in one, stripes are round about, and in the other they arc up and down." Ho whiled away the time of his journey to prison by pleasant allusions to events as they happened; and said of the handcuffs which linked him to Gillen, wife mur derer, "They are the starchiest cuffs I ever wore.'' New York, July 10. The Government sold a million of gold to-day. A meeting of the new Board of Di rectors of the Erie Railway Company is called for Wednesday next. There was not a quorum at the meeting called for to-day. The V. S. sloop-of-war Brooklvn ar ia John C. Nixon, 60 years of age, and that he never was in Oregon until certain parties picked him up in St. Louis in 1870, while begging, and offered him $8,000 to personate Wrestling Joe. Only $6,000 was received by him, the balance not being forthcoming. Mrs. Nixon is here, and testifies to the troth of the statement of Nixon. James Moori- and Green C. Davidson, who brought him to Oregon, were tried for jierjnry and aq qnitted. F.ubjcka, Nev., July 10. A miner named Swnn Walters, a native of Sweden, aged 2C, was killed in a shalt of the Eureka Consolidated mine to-day, by a pick fulling from the top of the shaft, a distance of 200 feet, striking bim on the head and breaking his skull, from which he died a short time afterwards. ' Hamilton, Nev., July 10. The second trial of Wm. H. Bethards for shooting James Brophy at Sbellburn last fall, was concluded to-day. The jury was out a short time and returned a ver diit of murder in the second degree. He will be sentenced on Saturday. Geo. Smith, engaged in the stage rob bery last spring, when tlio driver was killed, was allowed to plead guilty of grand larceny, and will be sentenced on Saturday. The bill against Needhain for shootiug Dntch George, at fih'eilburu, last spring, is ignored. Needhain was discharged. The trial of A. Cobn, arrested on sus picion of setting fire to his store, thus causing the disastrous fire of the 27th, will be before tile Grand Jury to-morrow. Foreign News. j Madrid, July 9.'' Thetieutenant Colonel of the regi ment stationed at Saripo lias been cash iered for challenging Renor Campos to fight a duel. London, July 9. A Vienna special says an attempt was made yesterday to fire the Exposition Building. Correspondents and other persons who have returned here hint that the bnilding will probably lie burned soon. Pa i:is, July K. The second installment of twenty millions of francs of the last milliard of the war idemnity, was delivered to the German treasury on the Gtb. - There remains due to Germany but 50,000,000 of francs, which in accordance with the treaty signed at Berlin on the Pith of March lust, is to be paid by the 5th of next September. Madmd, July 10. The Carlist have captured Holleu , San Gueza, in Navarre, and shot a tax col lector. . ' , London, July 10. The case for the proseoution against the Tichborue claimant closed to-day, and trial adjourned rintB the 21st iust. e . Berlin, July 10. A dispatch from Berlin says a violent type of cholera has appeared in that city. There has been eighteen cases, fourteen fatal. In Lanterburg, thirty miles north east of Strasbourg, eight esses, four fatal. GLKA.N1XCS FROM EXCHANGES. 8th, containing a full and correct account j rlTecl to-lly 'rom Madeira, via Bermuda, of the bloodv affrav on Sundav mornino. We do not doubt that tho Endowment did the best that could be done with the ambiguous statements first telegraphed from here, and which it must have by this time have learned from our paper were very far from correct. The Endow ment's account is incorrect in almost every respect, and that it should have got the numes of the parties to the tragic event so nearly correct is a matter of surprise . The Silver State is as philosophical as could be expected over the removal of the county scat of Humboldt from TJnionville to Winnsmucca. We copy fron the issue nf the 27 til the following: The location of the county seat is per manently settled. The great Ifbne of contention between Northern aud South ern Humboldt is disposed of effectually. AVinnemucea has won the prize not by a fair expression of the will of the people interested, but by the Act of a corrupt Legislature, which among other deeds of infamy, swindled the public, schools out of $40,000. The removal of the county teat does not excite as much comment and is not so muoh regretted by our citi izens, as the manner in which it was ac complished. yYitn this issue oar connection with the Silver State ceases. It is probable that the paper will hereafter be published at the count; seat, though that is not yet defi nitely determined. And now, with "A sigh for those who lpve us, and a smile for those who hate," we respectfully take onr leave. Otra dispatches announces the con viction of Bethards at Hamilton of murder in ths second degree. This in volves imprisonment in ths State Prison for ten years or longer. Ha will bs sen tenced to-morrow, , Pacific Coast. San Francisco, July 10. The name of the man who shot him self with intent to commit suicide hi Charles P. Stoddard, residing on Eddy street. He is married. The wound is not considered dangerous. The French residents at a meeting last night endorsed ex-President Thiers, and raised over six hundred dollars towards purchasing a testimonial for him. The Republican primary election did not pass off with entire serenity. There were two disgraceful riots at the polling place, on Fourth and Howard streets nearly a hundred men were fighting at one time. Pistols and knives were drawn, but none were used. Several persons were badly beaten. The affray grew out of attempts to challenge illegal votes by those who did not want to see the eleo tion wholly carried by Democratic voters, Robert O'Malley, convicted of man slaghter in killing Henry Hill, a sailor, was sentenced to five years In the State Prison to-day. The Meadow Valley Mining Company bos declared a dividend of $1 per share, amounting to $60,000, payable on the loth inst. Portland, Or., July 10. The confession of 'Wrestling Joe, sup posed to be an heir to the Caruthers es tate, is published. Many witnesses hava sworn that he is Joa Thomas or Wrestling Joe, and many other that h is Jos. W. Davidson, 91 years of ag. In his oonf sssion he claims that hia nam A Niw Yobu papkb says that at pres ent there are between seven thousand and eight thousand children kidnapped from Italy and held in slavery in large cities in the United States, New York being the great central entry port. Tbe children are brought here and sold daily at private auction, for prices varying from $100 to $400 for boys, and from $100 to $500 for girls. Where the girls are exceptionally pretty the prices rule higher. Two little girls, who -play to gether on their violins in Wall street, are said to have been bought by their present owner for $1,600. Since the lBt of April last, 317 of these children have arrived at this port. Nevkr since the first settlement of our town has there been a time when there seemed so much reason to be satisfied with our present and future prospects. The mines are yielding more and give evidence of greater permanency than at any time past. Inn lurnaces are well supplied, and we are told their capacity is insufficient and that more will soon be erected. The consumption of charcoal is necessarily very large, hence the mak ers of this indispensable article find a ready market for the product of their toil. We have few idle men, and these only from natural indolence or because they belong to that class of drones who prefer to live bv the work of others rather than by honest labor, to gain an independent livelihcod. Eureku Senti nel. In a recent lecture of Mr. McLeod at Salt Lake, on the " Evidences of Chris tianity among tlis Latter Day Saints," the lecturer scorned the idea of anything like (Jnristianiiy being embodied in tbe Mormon creed. Christ, he said, had been detbnned by the priesthood, and the latter bad substituted lust for his holy teachings. To claim a common ground for Mormons nnd Christians was an insult to reason aud a libel on the Christian faith. The Atchison Champion brings us something from the Bender family that lookB real encouraging. It says: "Gov. Osborne informs- the Leavenworth Times that he has received positive and direct intelligence that the Benders are in Texas, traveling towards the Rio Grande. When last heard from they were crossing the country with a team, and evidently mak ing haste to reach Mexico. Officers and detectives were on their track, with a reasonable prospect of overtaking them." Callvobnia h :s never been without a Brown in her council chambers, and we presume never will be. Already we are assured of a Brown in the next Assembly, a statesman of that name having teceived the Democratic nomina tion in Tehama and Colusa 'counties whioh nomination is equivalent to an election. The Smith family is still un represented. l han t rancisco Chronicle. There are 2,950 white children be tween the ages of 5 and 15 in Oakland, Col. Ths entire number attending school during the present year is 3,085. The cumber of white children under 5 years of age is 1,905; colored children, 12. Rafrakl Bemmis, famous as the "Ad miral" of the Confederate Navy and com mander of the Alabama, lately attended a grand wedding party in Newburyport, Massachusetts. Several of the owners of vessels he had captured and destroyed were present, but none of them sought an introduction to him. : About the future of onr city, lays the White Pine News, no prediction can pos sibly be made at the present. Many of onr leading men are already talking boat rebuilding, and torn m even now busily engaged placing temporary buildings on their lots. Some think the prosperity of Hamilton has not been materially affected by this disaster, while others speak less hopefully. For our selves we cannot look into the future. Of one thing ws may all be assured, which is that until mora mills are running in the district and mora mining is done, ws need not expect any improvement iu the past dull times. One redeeming cir cumstance exists, aud that is, onr mer chants and business men generally real ize the situation and have already begun to erect temporary places in which to conduct business until other and more substantial structures may be built. An Indian at Los Angeles has de manded of the County Clerk that his name be enrolled as a voter. He claims that underthe Constitutional amendment, having sundered his tribal relatious.be is a citizen. The Clerk is in a quandary; tbe backers of the Indian are determined to carry the case into the Courts if neces sary. If the amendments mean what tbey express ths Indian has got the iest of the argument. If he wins it wiaVad mil several hundred of his associates of the same race, color and previous condi tion of servitude in that county. Thk Sacramento Record states that no less than 4,800 people in that city depend directly npon the Central Pacific Railroad for their support. The purchases of the company in that city for the road average $20,000 per week. Nearlv every town on the line of the roud from Soctramento through to Corinne and Ogden, owes its population, business and oygin to the railroad. Truckee, the largest and most important town on the railroad between Sacramento and Ogden, has a population of 2,000 souls, every one of whom is dependent for support upon the railroad, or upon industries which it has called into exist ence. In other words, if the railroad was tiut in operation, the probabilities are that there would not be a white roan, woman or'child in Truckee, nor a dollars' worth of assessable property. Ttu San Francisco Examiner does not relish the idea of universal suffrage in Spain, and on that snbject has this to Bay: "ThonS the funeral isotours, we would nuldly suggest to Senor Caste- lar that he is making a mistake in em bodying in his Constitution a feature which has contributed so much to the overthrow of nnrs that of univer sal suflrage. A Federal Retmblic t in Spain built on universal, .suf- frage will not last as long as a yuor's ; almanac. The bent of popular passion will soon convert the parchment into ashes. If we find it so difficult here to get the essence of wisdom by counting j the noses of fools, we imagine the dim- culty will be no less in Spain. It is not , unlikely, too, that Castelar will be the hrst to realize this mistake 1 be same folly was attempted in France, and when r Abbe Sleyes complained of tho evils of ! universal suffrage, to which he had I greatley contributed, Mirbeau remarked, "You have unchained the bull; do you expect he will not gore with his horns?" ! !t would be well for the Spanish states man to learn wisdom from this example before he unchains the bull. ' ' ' The "dead-head " business is almost . at an end in some parts nf the country. . In Illinois seven railroad companies, viz : i the Chicago and Northwestern, the Chi cago and Iowa, the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul; the Chicago, Rock Island aud Pacific; the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy; the Chicago and Alton, and the Illinois Central have signed an agreement to issue no more free passes exocjit to their own employees and their . families, traveling on their own roads. Passes now outstanding will continue in force nntil December 31st, when they expire and will not be renewed. Fob official mail matter, to be sent from Washington during tbe first three months after the abolition of the frank ing privilege, more than a third of a million dollars worth of postage stamps will be required. The value of the stamps for each of the Departments is as follows : Executive, $150; State. Depart ment, . $20,749 70; Treasury Depart ment, $200,000; Interior Department, $46,361 ; War Department, $16,449 ; Navy Department, $,509; Agricultural Department, $6,530; Department of Jus tice, $3,750 ; Postoffice Department, $41,710 total, $347,208 70. Sotfls, iirstaurants HXt, BOARDING BOUSE. IMMEXlIATIil.V ABOVE COSNEBTON'S ICE Hlll st, UNACA FLAT. MISS N. CASHMAN, Proprietress. THE PROPBI ETRE8H OF THI8 HOISE baring recently sdde to autl mmb-riallj improved the building fur the LvoiiuHdtiou of Boarders, respectfully murns thank for past liberal patrouage, aud suliciU an iufreatie of Boarders, as she it pre pa led to acrummoiiitr 11 wuudesin Good Board mt Low Rates. The Table will bs tupplifd Willi the hevt to be had to the Mai set. apMm K. CAKHMAH. LYNCH'S CHOP HOUSE ....im,... PYSTER SALOON. JNO.H. LYNCH, An Old Pioneer ia the Chop Houaa Buaiueaa, -BTVA8 TAKEN THE REST At RANT FOKU H erlr owned by frank braoonmaker, lower aide of Headov alley atreei. A freah auDDlY of all kinda of 8HETX FISH constantly on hand. Public anil Prlvt- Fatrlles SaijipUrd. ' jat-u LOSE!!!. HOUSE, Lacour street, opposite New York BaUrry. fliHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING LEASED THE X above well known Lodging Houmj, hs thoroughly reuov&u-d aud supplied the same With UfW Bed, Bedding, ttc. Furnished Booms by week or month. A shsrs of public patronage in Rolicitfd. MUM. NO HA THOMAS. Pioche, June 14. 1873. jeia-tf fining alf$. Nswdhs Mllver Mia laff C'oasaaay. Ltxattoa at principal pfcv-s of bustaess. Kan t rmix Mteo, lal.; location ui worms, wj Uiatrict, Unroln county, atate of Nevada. N ti.- TheM mrm dcliuuuent noon the following desrribKl stork, ou account of aMessmest (No. 1) levied fii the 'Jutti day of Hay, ik.3, e stv. etui amount set oppnt.it the names of tbe re. Sptfctivtt ulian-holiUi-t., as follows: No. of No. of (Artnieate. Shares A 4o SWISS CONFECTIONERY. MILEY & LAAGE (J. A H Mlley, lite of II; Run Frnnoiro, opposite ie Plaza.) AVE OPENED m CONFECTIONARY, BAKERY aud tOI'IKt HA LOOM On Alain street, next to Hatpin'.. uream laea, lTvam (.Miuirn, r run va iuu - all kinds ot Pastry; also Calf 'a lout Jell)-. Fan-J J'" cy Boxes for Christtua. presents. dl7-tf Jujiu AH KEE'8 RESTAURANT. HTATKD ON MtCANNON ST., to tbe rear of the Potttoffice. 1JAVING THOROUGHLY HKNOVATEP MY Jl establishment, I will re-open On Monday, Jane tt. DUhes prepared to order in all stylen. Prt vate room. Meal at all noun. If vou want a i Jeltf I Meal in a quiet, lvtin'd j place, come here. RICH'S HOTEL, BULLIONVILIE. TOW OPEN TO THE PU BLIC. The Table supplied with all the delicacies of the acstton. The Bar if xupplieri with the fluent Brand of Wines, Liquors aud Ciaro. LODGING, None better. Fine Hall Httaciied, Private Dinners served at ihurtest nutiee. Kn;ive me a call, j. U-ti ( W. T. KU'.H, Proprietor. ANNOUNCEMENT Clear ths Field f;r the Great C:i ! jacobTcohn, The Champion I'lofllluK amd Dry Uoo' Merchant of Nevada. 9aiu-. 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Coukle, Tim CoakleyTim v... coaAley Tim uosBleyTim CoaklerTllu C'oukleyTim t-'oakley Tim CoaklcyTltu L'outleyTl.u CoaVley Tim Coakley Tim C'oak ley Tiui CoaliWy Tiui 1 'oaklcy Tim Coakli-yTilu Coakley Tim t'oakley Tim Coukli-yTltu t'oakW-vTtm Coakle) Tim Diamond. John Heath CO aw 2IU 1IJII luo liu 1UI IUU J fiu 611 . -ill 211 2U an lo 10 lo 10 to 1 6 S 6 187 H too luo luo 1110 ltu 111 IUO Ion 10 111 100 100 7:1 71 , 79 80 . SI Tat epizootic, says the Chicago Tri bune, tarns ont to be an hereditary dis ease in Iowa. Colts in Plymouth county, as soon as they are foaled, show all the symptoms of the horse disease which attacked their progenitors Inst year, and , are dying in large numbers;bu cluatlis are reported in one township. $10 Reward! F IOR A LADY'S EAR DROP, LOST NIGHT before last, between A. Brown's residence and my house on McCannon street, jyll-lw FRANK 8CHOONMAKF.K. AUCTION SALES. E. A. FRIEND, j Auction ami Commlaalon Merchant, j DEALKB in NKW AND ?3ECONDllAN'D FURNITURE. Male. rooms, Main Street, Next Door to Frank Whefler' U&rUwaie Store. Reovlab Bale D at. K very SATURDAY, at 11 o'clock a. in, V" Htle of Furniture at ft'tldene. Out door Bales of Merchant!. of every deacriptiou promptly attended to. t'tnb advaui'es on cou aigitmeuta. SATURDAY. Htttttruay July lath, At 11 o'clock a, ni., I will aell at Public Auction, at Malea rooma, a Lot or New Furniture. coilr-msnta , lletlsteads. Bureaus, Lounges, Picture Prsniea, Pictures, Children's Cribs, Meat Kates, Chairs, and Household Furniture of every description. OBJECT OF HALE, TO PAY. KKEIOHT. ALSO A rt'LL ASSOBTaUCNT Or Crockery, Glassware, Tinware, lied tUng, Lamps, tc. E. A. FRIEND, Upper Main Hired, jyll-td GEO. DAVIS, Auctioneer. "SeDmff Ont" tao01d ia Last Lcnj L I WILL SEEL mF ENTIRE STQ0K Cheaper piirl nrij Rliespet Cheaper l U L A I L II Chea yur THAN THOSE' WHO ADVEKTINK Soil Ovit vt Cost ! GIVE ME A CALL. AND TOy WILL FIND JACOB COHN, The Old Standby, And Everybody's Friend! TO BR IN DEAD EARNEST ! He Means What He Says. j. comr, Maiu Street, Opposite Meatlow alley Htrec-t, Pioche, evatla. Jylo-tJ m uti loo lol loS loll lolin Lawson loa FORWARDINC ....AND.... MMISSIOyiERCIIM . WHOLESALE DEALER j Flour, Grain, & General Mercliaiiilise, ; TOANO (CP.R.K.) NEVADA, WlUEecelve and Forward Freight to PIOCHE ! AND i ALL PARTS OF EASTERN NEVADA John Lawson.. John Lawsou John l-awwon John Lawsou John Lawsou Johu Lawson John Lawson John Lawsou John Lawson John Lswson John Lawsou John lawsou J 3 Kennedy i J Kennedy J J Kennedy... J J Kennedy J J Kennedy..., J J Keuurdy J J Kennedy J J Kennedy J J Kennedy J J Kennedy J J Kennedy 1 J Kennedy J J Keuimly J J Kennedy J J Kennedy. J J Kennedy J J Kennedy J J Kennedy 2 J Kennedy J J Kennedy J J KeniiHiy i J Kendedy J J Kennedy J J Kennedy J J Kennedy J J Kennedy J J Kennedy J J Kennedy J J Kenuedy J J Kenuedy J i Kennedy J J Kenuedy J J Kennedy J J Kennedy J J Keuuedv Ueo H Miller (rto H Aliller UeoH Miller OeoH Miller IteoH Miller Ueo H Miller Oeo 11 Miller Ueo H Miller Ueo H Miller Ueo II Miller, .loTi . lot) .lo7 .lo.l . loll 111 .112 .11:1 .114 .11.'. ..111! ....117 87 ....llti ....11H ....12o ....121 12J ... 13 ....VU ....ias . ...ViO ....127 ....12 . ...1211 ....13o ....Ml ....Ml! ...,iaa ...,i:u ....130 ....l.SJ ....1H7 ...,la ....1; ....141 ....1411 ....144 ....14.1 . ...ui; ....147 ....1414 ....1411 ....liu ...,l.il ....ir,-j ....l.w ,...ln:i ....1B4 ....lao ....lw! ....1X7 ....1HU ....l'jo 101 ....lwi roa 2.'. J.'. 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II, Trustee 377 LiilhtnerC W 3vti Mullen Uernard 272 Mulleuileruard 273 Mullen Bernard ..271 Mullen lleruard 275 Mullen Bernard 9.7. Mulleu Bernard ,.2M Mullcu lleruard 21 Mulleu Ik-nurd ...2as Mulleu Bernard 23 Mullen beniard '..,.2114 Mulleu lleruard air? llaymond Henry 4 Hicbanlsou A, Trustee.,,. S KicharuNon E A, Trustee .... ft llichardsou K A, Trustee.... 1 hichardson K A, Trustee.... S liicbsrdson K A, Trustee.... hicliardson A, Trustee.... 10 htcliardeon K A.Truatee.... 11 Hiebardsou K A, Trustee.... 12 hichardson A, Trustee....' 1.1 KlchaMaou KA, Trustee.... 14 Richardson A, Trustee. ... 15 Kicbsrdson EA. Trustee.... 10 KIchsKdsonE A, Trustee.... 17 rtichardeoo A, Trustee. ... 18 Hic liardsou A, Trustee.... In Richardson EA, Trustee.... 20 Hichardson r A, Trustee .... 21 Htchardsoo E A, Trustee. ... 21 Hic hardson A, Trustee. ... 23 hichardson A, Trustee.... 24 hichardson E A, Trustee.... Kl Kichardson E A, Trustee.... 17 hichardsou A.TrUBtea.... 6S hichardson A, Trustee. ,. . 9 Hichardson A, Trustee ... . 70 Hichardson E A, Trustee.,,. 71 hichardsou K A, Trustee... 72 Hichardson A, Trustee. ... 7.1 hichardson A, Trustee.... 74 Hichardson A, Trustee. ... 75 hichardson E A. Trustee... 7t Hichsrdson E A, Trustee. ... Ml llichsrdsou EA, Trustee. ... tie hichsrdson EA, Trustee.,,. 87 llichsrdsou E A, Trustee. .. . 84 hichardsou EA, Trustee..,. HI Sus hi) lis) 10 10 111 111 30 100 hives Henry Hives Henry Hivea Henry Hlvea Henry Hives Henry Hives Henry hires Henry hives Henry hives Henry , hives Henry hives Henry hives Henry hives Henry hives Henry Hives Henry hives Henry hives Henry Sides UK hides B Y.. ..155 15 160 lfil 14 1110 llitt 1ST 188 170 173 174 17a 170 177 178 277 JU 322 Bides 11 F, Trustee Idaho .AKD..,. Territory, Aud iu secordsnce with law and an order of the Board of llirectors, made on the 20th day of May, 1873, so many shares of each parcel of such stock as may be necessary will be sold at public auction, at the ollice of the company. No. 320 Sansouis street. Ban Francisco. Cel.. on Tues. day, the lotli day of July, WI3, at the nour oi j o eioca p. ni. oi sucn usy, to psy oe. linquent assessments thereon, together with costs of advertising and expenses of the sale. M. F. UAME, Secretary. Ollice: No. 320 Hansouie atreet.ban Francisco, Cal. jyl-td una. r. saw. jas. o'leabt. Change of Proprietors. MRS. WILLMAN HAVING LEASED HER Hotel to KAIN k O'LEARY, they are Dow prepared to furnish i l BOARD AT ! MEALS PER WEEK, BO CENTS. AND Tbe Table will be always supplied with the beat the market afforda. There are also attached to tbe Hotel airy FI-RN18HED ROOMS. Under (he supervision st MRS. WTXL'MAN. JyWw SROUFE, SWEENEY & CO., Commission Merchants AUD Wholesale Dealers Si Provisions,' xo. toe Vrokt vruiT. iax rBAacnoo, VriTH DISPATCH AND AT LOWEST w v uoing Kates. Mark Uoods "Care t. F. Marx, Toana, Kevuda." H. A. BRUNKER, Agent at Pioche. mr25.tf Notice to Lien Holders. IN THE DISTRICT COlTtT OP THE Seventh Judicial District, in and for Uncoln connty, State ot Nevada. o. p. Sherwood and W. H. Sherwood, plaintiffs, against Oeorgo H. Coffee, defendant. Notice is hereby given that O. P. Blierwooil andW. H. Sherwood, plaintiffs above named. have commenced an action in the above enli. tied Court against the defendant above named to enforce lien for the Bum of seven hundred and twenty and 70-100 dollars, gold coin, and interest thereon from the 26th day of Novem ber, A. D. 1872, at the rate of ten per cent, per annum, against that certain wooden building and the tot on which the same standa, aittuted on that certain street running easterly and westerly, and being north of Boone fc Dol. man'l corral and feed stable, and being the premise, now occupied by said O. W. Conee aa a residence, in the town of Pioche, county of Lin coin. State of Nevada. Said lien ia claimed under and by virtu of an Act of the Legislature of the gut of Nevada, approved March 4th, A. D. 1871; and all persons holding or claiming liens against said premises nnder the provisions of said Act. are hereby notified to be and appear before said Court, at the Court-house, in ths town of Pioche, In said county, on Friday, the lit Amy of August, A. . 1873, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day the same being a day of a general term of said Court and to exhibit then and there the proof of tneur said lieua as provided in said Act. And all lien not then so exhibited and proved will be deemed waived in favor of those Hen so exhibited and proved, as In said Act provided. O. P. SHERWOOD and W. H. KUKHWOOD. 5' Ptoche, Nevada, July 8, 187S. 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Trustee 467 1'hler J Olem, Trustee 443 I'hler J Clem, Trustee 461 I'hler J Clem, Trustee 404 l hler J Cleni, Trustee 486 I'hler J IIImii Trustee 471 And In accordsnce with law and en oraer the Hoard ot Directors, made on the nth dy May, 1873, so mauy shares of of ssld stock as may be necesBsry will bs sola public suction, at the ollice of the OomP,';': 438 California street, San Francisco, Csl., on u 1st dsy of July, 1873. at the hour of 12 o umi m., ot said day, to pay said delinquent ment thereon, together with costs of adveni.- ing and exiieuacs of sale. . B. J. ORAV.Secretarj. Onlce No. 438 Callfomia street, Hn ts" clsi'o, California. .. Jlwa ' Postpameaaelit. The sUo.vs sale Is postponed nntil J"1?'', 1 873, at the nam hour and plec. By ord ' the Board oi Directors. . , B. J.ORAI, Secretary. - Office: Mo. 43 California street, 8 California. . . ... DOC 1 1 ooe'fst 000 (I ooo'ot tioo'oi ' (KKl'OI ' ooo'sc ' OOO'lK ISKI'IHIIS OOti jo pn Oo?. jo gi 'OOCJ JO ( 'OOsa 8 "ooaui(XcJddv .. 001: jo pro .. 00!) JO 08 "' .. OOO'I JO ' ., ,, 01 I'M OOO'C JO IWIJJ iprO s I .. .. ..I .. - . .. I '" 'oinj qsa pouo I piAVa K3-A -.VSlAas AH3AJI NAivua OOO'OtM Donahoe & Quillin's 33 alcery. MEADOW VALLEY ST. ..PIOC1IB A LL KINDS Of PASTRY TO ORDER . conatautly on hand. AMD . DIALERS IN- ; LIQUORS. PROVIblONS and .l . OENERAL GBOCERIEfl. SD.in sis. inu..DK ' , ... tic is hereby given that at a tne.lln Trustees of said Company, held on th " "J assessment lo.el of July, 1873, an assessment (Mo. I a half cents per share was letneo ui"" tal itMk of aaid Company, payabl ln""'"3 In United States gold coin, to ths SeorosiT" aid Company, at hia oflcs in Main rtreen ner Lacour street. . .o Any stock upon which said aseesntjuisii remsin unpaid on Wedaeaday, tb h J gnat, 1873, ahall be deemed dauaquant. will be da tion, and t will be s Hansen seeslnejlt. aouetber arith coat of and expense of the sals. By order of ths Board of Ti?ri.urr. jyitd S. W. ERBAM1'. aw1'' ily advertlsea tor a '--r,, inlea psymant ahall b nM Jw" old on Haturday, ; .., i87 . n.v lb dalixww BUT..- Checks Lot. TWO CHECKS, BOTH ISSUED BT WSfX8, Fargo k Co., San FraMlseo, and asMJ ijj; oembsr ?, 1873: Mo. 360, in favor of on, for I12S Mi Mo. MS. in favor "jJSJ Birch, for 130 60. Psyment ha been wr;. and all persona an caatloswl MWf" "JJutlj ing aairobaou. The ttad-JgS, rrarded on leaving tha beck st w," a Co. Piooh. llvM-nfl t.t.