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I . N. SENATOR FROM CALIFORNIA.
The Chronicls names the following
gentlemen as candidates for United
Republican Newton Booth of Sacra
mento, John B. Feltonof Alameda, Gen.
John F. Miller of Napa, Jesse 0. Good
win of Yuba, James McMasters Shatter
of Uarin, John Bidwell of Hutte, Timo
thy Guy Phelps of San Mateo, Ponald
C. McBuer of San Froncisro, S. O.
Houghton of Santa Clara, Thomas B.
Shannon of San Francisco, Cornelius
Cole of Santa Cruz. J. M. Cavis of San
Joaquin, John W. Dwindle of Alameda,
and V. H. L. Barnes of San Francisco.
Democrats Eugene Casserly, William
T. Wallace, Joseph P. Hoge of San
Francisco, . T. Lewis of Tehama, Henry
H. Haight of Alameda, William T. Cole"
inun of Marin, A. H. Rose of Amador,
James '. Farley of Amador, X. Greene
Curtis of Sacramento. William Wirt
Pendegast of Napa, William Irwin of
Siskiyou, William M. Gwin of San Fran
cisco, John S. Hager of San Francisco,
Samuel M. Wilson of San Francisco.
Of the Republican aspirants the pres
ent Governor of California is first named;
he has never held public office before, is
a successful merchant, aud a man of fair
ability. Feltow is an able lawyer, a son-in-law
of Judge Joe. Baldwin, and Iiiib
long aapired tq a sent in in the Senate.
General Miller obtained his title by ser
vice during the late war, and was subse
quently appointed Collector of the Port
of San Francisco. Goodwin has served
in the Senate of California for several
sessions, and is not without experience
in legislative affairs. Shafter is a broth
er of the late Judge Shatter; is a man of
great wealth; has been in the State
Senate, and presided over the High
Court of Impeachment by which James
H. Hardy was removed from the office of
District Judge. Bidwell, Phelps, Mc
Buer and Shannon have each represent
ed California in the Lower House of
Congress. Houghton is a sitting mem
ber, having been re-elected last year.
Cole has served a term of two years in
the House and six years in the Senate.
Cavis has been Judge of the Fifth Judi
cial District. Dwindle has served a 1
term or more in the Assembly, nnd is a '
lawyer by profession. Barnes is regard- J
ed as very able criminal lawyer. 1
Among the Democrats who would like 1
to wear the Senatorial toga, the first
named is Casserly, the present incum
bent ; he is a lawyer, and has been con
nected with several newspaper enterprises
bs editor; was State Printer of California
in 1S51. Wallace is one of the first law
yers on the Pacific coast; in 1853 he
was elected Attorney General of Califor
nia on the ticket with J. Neely Johnson
for Governor; in 1S07 his name was
brought before the Democratic State
Convention for Justice of the Supreme
Court, but he was defeated for the nomi
nation .by Royal T. Spragne; in 18f,8 he
was candidate for Elector on the Sey
mour and Blair ticket, and he made an
active canvass of the State; in 1HC9 he
was chosen a Justice of the Supreme
raging with a relent-
never exceeded in
Kepnblican party is
conciliation, at least
for the present. Ofje wing of the party
favors the pretensions of George C.
Gorbain for United States Senator, and
is backed by the. Saciimento Record and
the railroad interest. The other wing
with the Sacrament. 1 I'nion as its mouth
piece at the State1 Capital, supports
Governor Booth's aspirations for the
Senate. The Democrats are united,
and have not commuiitteJ the indiscre
tion of getting intoii wrangla over the
Senatorship duriug tl)e campaign, being
and the other fourth by F. J. Belchart,
saloon keeper, and Christopher Spiles,
content to captur
possible, and then -I
candidate in caucu
In October a spt
will be held, at whi
or more Justices of
aud District Judges
takes precedence, bi
jthe Legislature, if
lect their Senatorial
r4 judicial election
' a ill be elected one
it Supreme Court
.the Sixteenth and
tl '; general election
in time and in
I "We Givi It Up The Eureka Senti-
nel grows warm over a conundrum re
i ceived from Pioche, and in an item ;;r-1
ing the caption quoted, goes onto say:
We received by express last night from
Pioche a conundrum which we are com
pelled to give up. We can read turkey
tracks, but this beats us. We, submitted
it in turn to all the experts in town, and
each of these, without exception, threw
up the sponge. Colonel Bell said it was
a fao simile of Hillhouse's penmanship,
and straightway we made for Hill; but
Kill said: "Anybody who would write
such d n stuffastbat ought to be hung."
No liviug mortal, we are willing to bet,
can decipher those hieroglyphics, nor is
it possible to solve the profound mystery
which envelopes the signature of the au
thor. It may be Jones, or it may be
Smith, or it may be both for ought we
know to the contrary, yet the indications
seem to justify the presumption that it is
neither. Oue line of the letter seems to
read: "You have got the say on us."
Perhaps so: and the probabilities are that
if we h ive we will endeavor to keep it.
Better try it again young man, whoever
you are, nd perhaps we may be able the
next time to discover what ails yon.
The Viitorsi Disaster The Ver
dict. The inquisition into the cause of
the explosion at Virginia resulted in the
following verdict by the Coroner's jury:
We the jvry summoned by Mr.
Holmes, Coroner of Storey county, to
appear before him at the city of Viginia,
Storey county, Nevada, to make due in
vestigation into the cause of the death of
Jacob L. Van Bokkelen, J. P. Smith and
William D. Davis, being first duly sworn,
on oath do find from the testimony that
the deceased Van Hokkolen's true name
was Jacob L. Van Bokkelen, a native of
the State of Alabama, aged 56 years; that
deceased Smith's true name was John
Prescott Smith, a native of New York,
aged 43 years; that deceased Davis' true
name is William D. Davis, aged 24 years.
bnru in the State of New York, and that
thevcaine to their death on the a'Jth day
of June. A. T). 187:1, at the city of Vir
ginia, Morey county, ivevauo, ty an ex
plosion, which we believe from the evi
dence was occasioned by gun cotton sat
urated with nitroglycerine, in the rooms
of the deceased Van Bokkelen.
SPECIAL TO THE HOCHE DAILY RECORD.
The farmers ot Iowa have issued a
Declaration of Independence, which is
Court, and subsequently became Chief modeled after that promulgated by the
Justice; he was candidate for the Senate men of '76. The Declaration is directed
in 1867, but failed to obtain the caucus especially against the railroad monopo
namination. Hoge is nu ex-member of lists.
Cougress from Illinois; has practiced
with great success at the bar of San
Francisco for the past twenty years; has
been Chairman of the State Committee
several times; has been a member of dif
ferent State Conventions, and has pre
sided over the deliberations of these
bodies on more than one occasion. Lewis Eastern Dispatches.
is the Senator from Tehama; ran for
Lieutenant Governor two years ago and t Rockland, Me., July 10.
was defeated; he is a self-made man, and j ('has B. Fuller, merchant, has been
possesses ability of no ordinary order J arrested here foi an alleged rape upon
Haight is a lawyer; was elected Governor ! Mary Fuller, his step-daughter, aged 13.
in 18G7, and was defeated for rs-election j New Y'ork, July 10.
in 1871. Coleman is a successful mer- ! The case in which Wm. J. Healy, Pay
chant, and is distinguished as having ; master iu the V. S. Navy, was charged,
been Chairman of the Executive Com- j some months ago, before Commissioner
mittee of Vigilance in San Francisco iu j Davenport, with having embezzled about
1856. Boss is an ex-Senator from Ama
dor; has made a fortune in mining opera
tions; was before the Legislative Caucus
in 1867, when Casserly wns nominated
for United States Senator. Farley
was once Speaker of the Assem
bly, and afterwards Senator from
Amador. Curtis is a lawyer of great
ability, and has acquired reputation
especially in criminal cases; he defended
Mrs. Fair, on her final trial, and secured
her acquittal ; he was Senator from Sac
ramento in I8G7, and in the Democratic
caucus voted tor Bose as the nominee for
United States Senator, while Bose voted
for Curtis. Pendegast is the Napa Sen
ator; he possesses high powers of oratory
and his literary attainments are of the
first order. Irwin is an ex-Senator from
Siskiyon, and that is all we can say of
him. Gwin is so well known as a for'
mer Senator from California that it
would be a work as supererogation to say
who he is; he has talents which would
adorn the highest station; he has made a
fortune in the mines of Calaveras. Hager
was a District Judge in San Francisco,
and afterwards State Senator. Wilson
has never held public office in California,
but is a keen observer of passing events
and well versed in the politics of the
country; he is an estimable gentleman;
has practiced law in San Francisco for
twenty years, and acquired not only a
fortune, but the reputation of being one
of the best general lawyers in the State.
Two elections-ill be held in California
this year: TheT.rst being the general
flection, to be hd ort Wednesday! the
3d day of September, at which election
21 Senators (including one to fill a va
cancy caused by the death of a hold-over
Senator) an the entire Assembly, 80
members. Of the 19 hold-over Senators
13 are Republicans and six are Demo
crats. Th Legislature to assemble in
December, and upon which body will
devolve the duty of electing a successor
to Senator Casserly, will consist of 130
members 61 being necessary to elect a
Senator. The Republicans will have 13
to start with, leaving that party 48 Sena
tori and Assemblymen to elect at the
ballot box; while the Democrats, with
bat tit hold -over Senators, will have to
leet II to teeue the le-atorlal priie.
$38,000 of Government money, has
been withdrawn, it having been found
impossible to procure evidence to
corroborate the statement of Little, the
supposed accomplice of Healy, who
turned State's evidence against him.
Instead of criminal proceedings the Gov
ernment will institute a civil suit on
Healy s official bond.
Manchester, N. H., July 10,
May Carleton, the woman who pre
tended to have been beaten nnd robbed
by ruffians on the railroad track, near
Snncook, is believed to be a fraud. It is
thought she was the principal or acces
sary in obstructing the track.
Washington, July 10.
Secretary Delano has appointed the
following Commissioners to investigate
the trouble with Kev. Dr. Goodwin, of
Chicago: Gov. Campbell, of Wilming
ton, and N. J. Turner, of Ohio.
Halifax, July 10.
The wreck of the City of Washington
broke in two pieces on Gull Bock Shoals
this morning. The Captain, officers and
crew were on board at the time, but suc
ceeded in landing safely.
Wobcesteb, Mass., July 11.
At eleven o'clock last night a fire
broke out in M. Burdett's block, oppo
site Monument Square, Leominsty, in a
line of wooden buildings. The flames
spread rapidly to the stables attached to
the rear of the Leominster House, and
to the hotel itself; thence to the factory
of the Arlington Pianp Company, where
200 fininished and unfinished pianos
were destroyed. The building was de
stroyed, but the furniture was saved in a
damaged condition, Jones' block next
burned. A small stream here intervened
and the progress of the fire was arrested.
Philadelphia. July 11.
Maguire's saw mill at Riijge avenue
and Master street burned last night.
Loss $30,000; probably insured.
Nsw York, July 11.
Mrs. Stica Brooker, sister of Woodhull
and Claftin, died Wednesday night of
Bright'a disease of the kidneys.
Louistuxk, Ky, July 11.
The twenty thousand dollar prize in
the late lottery was won by a gentleman
in Lebannon, Ky., name not given. The
hundred thousand dollar prize was held
as follows: Three-fourths, Henry Bass,
liquor dealer on small seals la t-is city;
' Pacific Coast.
Sas Francisco, July 11.
General Thos. N. Csznean died last
night at his residence in this city after a
. To-morrow the United States Commis
sioner will remkr a decision in the caae
of Captain Lewis .and J. P. Henry, of
ship Crusader, accused of manslaughter.
As was supposed would b the case the
primary election resulted iu the success
of the "Railroad" Carr, Sargent combi
nation by a large majority.
The result of the taxpayers committee's
operation will probably be made known
A committee of the Board ot Supervis
ors and Mechanics Deliberative Assembly
last night adopted final resolutions rela
tive to a traiuing ship in this harbor.
They request Senator Sargent to apply
for some naval vessel from the Govern
ment. It seenud to be the opinion of
several not to ask for the ship California,
as they thought it was too large; but a
."esolution was finally adopted giving that i
vessel the preference. I
Fort Klamath, Or., I
via Vkeka, Cal., July 11. 1
The Military Commission for the trial
of the Modocs met here on the 5th inst.,
and concluded their labors yesterday at
11 o'clock in the morning. The Commis
sion is entitled to every consideration for
the impartiality and latitude shown to
the prisoners during the trial. Evidence
for the prosecution of a most positive
character was adduced, leaving no doubt
in the minds of t!io9e who listened to the
evidence, of the guilt of the prisoners ar
raigned. The.ouly wituesses produced
for the defense w ere Scar Faced Charley,
Dave, One-eyed Mose and William. Their
evidence amounted to nothing iu favor
of the prisoner. It was simply a recital
of what the Klamath Lake Indians had
done, nnd told them, Modocs, since this
trouble coniuifiK'ed. The only testi
mony produced by the prosecution w hich
was of no value was that Mr. Dyau, In
dian agent of the Klamath Reservation
Ho could swenr to nothing positively, ex.
cept that he accompanied General Canby
and the Peace Commissioners to the
council tent on the 11th of April. No
doubt exists in minds of those who list
ened to the trii.l but that the Commission
have found flum guilty of the charges
and specifications for which they were
tried. Soldiers nnd citizens of this place
took a lively interest in the trial. The
prisoners were very attentive, and seemed
to rely upon the justice ot the Commis
sion. MtnvsriLLE, Cal., July 11.
An unsuccessful attempt was made this
afternoon, about 3 o'clock, to rob the
banking house of Decker & Jewett. One
of the robbers, named Frank Whipple,
entered the, bank and walked deliberately
to Mr. Jewett, who stood at the desk just
inside the counter, and presented a pistol
at him, saying, "Don't you move." Mr.
Jewett instantly dropped on bis hands
and knees, at the sauia time making his
way to a small enclosure where the Chief
Clerk, Mr. Bingham, was eugnged.
Whipple immediately leaped over the
counter, followed Jewett. ' On
bearing the alarm Bingham drew
bis pistol, and as the two en
tered the enclosure, fired. It shot
Whipple iu the back of the neck. A gen
eral fight ensued. Whipple striking Bing
ham on the head with a pistol, cutting a
severe gash nnd felling him to the floor.
He also struck Jewett on the head, but
with little effeot. Several shots were fired
within the enclosure. Whipple finding
the place too hot for him, started to run,
when Jewett and - Bingham grasped
double-barrelled shotguns and fired sim
ultaneously. Passing out at the front
door Whipple fell on the sidewalk, mor
tally wounded, and crying, "Don't shoot;
I've got enough; give me somewater."
Ha was taken to jail and gave the names of
his accomplices as John Tony and W. P.
Winkly, alias Dutch Bill. One of the
others' followed Whipple into the bunk
and as nothing was seen of him after his
first entrance it is supposed he thought
it too hot and fi on horseback.
Sas Francisco, July 11.
The panel of grand jurors was com
pleted to-day. The Court appointed J.
R. Bolton as foreman. The Harbor
Commissioner f 1 unds will probably come
The Commisi iners for revising the
new Code hoi 1 sessions daily, assisted
by District anil other Judges. It con
sists of Judges Field, Temple and Dwi
nelle. The Bepubij.i.n County Committee
met to-night ! canvass the returns of
the primary e . etion. The Convention
holds its first t - ion to-morrow.
Meiggs & Co. '..ave contracted with the
Southern Pacili - Railroad Company to
ship from this 1 . rt to Wilmington 6,000
tons of railn 1 I iion, 25,000 ties and
150,000 feet i vy lumber. Six vessels
have gone noni to ship to the same port
the remainder 01 the 180,000 contracted
portrait painter, died to-day of typhus
Madrid, July 10.
The resignation of Gen. Noavella as
Commander-in-Chief of the Army of
the North Berne, is accepted. It is said
Gen. Cordova will be appointed bis suc
cessor. London, July 11.
It is reported that the French Govern
ment has under consideration the ques
tion of calling a Congress of Representa
tives of the Great powers in Paris, to
discuss the terms of a new commercial
Berlin, July 11.
The permanent retirement of Bis
marck from the Prussian Cabinet, an
nounced some months ago, is on the
eve of accomplishment. It was stated
in a dispatch sent from this city the 25th
nil., that the Prince had taken prepara
tory steps for his withdrawal. He will
retain the German Chancellorship. Von
Balen, it is reported will be Minister of
Cholera lias appeared in various
places in Germany.
ULUA.MXUH FROM EXCHANGES.
The crops iu this county are generally
very good: in fact, considerably above
the average. Farmers all over report
that they have more grain in than usual,
with better prospects and less irrigating
than last year. Iu some parts the crick
ets have damaged the crop to a consider
able extent. On the South Fork and in
Huntington Valley they havs injured
several, John Richardson losing about
150 acres out of 170; Smith is damaged
considerably; Hurdesty Bros, lose about
20 nres; Dsown lost several acres the
first visit, and they were 011 his crop
again at last accounts, and other parties
have lost more or less. On the North
Fork one man lost 30 acres of wheat nnd
several acres of vegetables in one day.
G. B. Kittredge and E. S. Y'eates, in the
canyons north of town, have suffered
considerably from them. Elko Inde
pendent. Traveler's Riohts. The Chicago
Tribne says: Arailroad case was recently
tried in Indiana which establishes a valu
able precedent in fixinc one of the riulits
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Cavallier J P, Truatee 713
Cavallier J P, Trustee 7tl7
Cavallier 3 P, Trustee '.70
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Cavallier 3 P, Trustee 80s
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Cavallier J P. Trustee 12(14
coursen O A, Trustee HOG
Clancy Wm 2Wi
Clancy Win y.14
Colgan 3 C 326
Coakley Tim ays
Coaxley '1 nil 34H
Cole tieo Y, Trustee buy
Cope OeoW, Trustee 637
Child F, Trustee tisl
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Doherty John MA
Donahue E 231
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ticket to pass over the Ohio and Missis
sippi Railroad, from Seymour to Browns
town. The train failed to stop at the
latter place a sufficient length of time for
the lady to get off in safety. Before the
train had got a quarter of' a mile away
she requested the conductor to stop the
train, which he refused to do, anil car
ried her eight miles away, also refus
ing to stop at Vallonia, which was only
four miles from Brownstuwn. Mis.
Winscott, therefore, brought Buit before
a Justice of the Peace, and recovered
judgment for $30 damages. The case
was appealed by the Company to the
Court of Common Pleas, iu which she
recovered $100, the whole amount ot the
damages claimed. The Court instructed
the jury that the train should have been
stopped a sufficient length of time to
allow the passengers a reirsonable oppor
tunity to get off. regardless of the rules
or customs of the Company.
Gexkral 'Wm. 0. Bro.Eit, who ran for
the Vice Presidency on the ticket with
General Cass in 1848, is still alive, and a
Kentucky paper gives as evidence of his
vigor, that, although in his 83d year, he
never walks less than six miles s day fur
exercise. Tbe Piaindealer says he is
most remarkubly constituted, bolh phvs- Lincoln Eiiiah'.'.'.'.'
ically and mentally, as he is as spry as a j Long Putncs
man 01 iprty, with a memory unimpaired. ; 1,,,, 5
Tin Reese River Reveille, A.Casamti- j Mcw'j'ohn1"''''"'
you and John H. Dennis, proprietors, ! McQarvey John
una emureu uu us eigmecnili volume, McUarvey John
W ith the single exception of the Enter
prise, it is the oldeBt paper in the State.
In the late editorial convention in
North Carolina, Captain Wm, Biggs gave
in his experience as follows: He had
been several years conducting a news
paper, most of which had been spent in
raising the means of doing it.
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Field Banium W, Trustee .
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Field lisrnum W, Trustee . 7ti
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Field Barniuu Wr, Trustee , 17
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Ki ld ltamuui W, Trustee . 108
(lavaghan M H 2Sf!
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(.Jolly Li-ou. Trustee 338
(lolly Li-ini. Trustee r,28
(Hazier 1 & Co, Trustees. ., lour.
Hardy D, H2ii
Hardy 1) 820
Hardy II 827
Hiirily D $28
Hardy L 82y
Hardy ll KM
Hussey J L, Truster 12(1
.larous N :lti7
Jacobs N KtiB
Kent K E. Trustee ; . . ym
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Klnnipki- J (t, Tritsti-e.
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Klmnjike J (t. Trustee.
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KlunipkeJ (, TniHtse.
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Klumokp J O, Trustee.
Lincoln- Elijah. . .
Vienna, July 10.
The Emperor has conferred the Grand
Cross of the Order of Francis Joseph
on Baron Schwartz, Director General of
the International Exhibition. - -Constantinople,
Mahommed Pnsha has been snmmoned
to Constantinople to be tried for acts
committed when he was Vizier.
Madbid, July 10.
Senor Sanor, .Minister of the Colonies,
will introduce measures in the Cortes to
day, applying the provisions of the fed
eral Constitution, with certain restric
tions, to the island of Porto Rico.
The Carlists have captured 31 residents
of Marsa, and hold seven of them as
hostages for the safe return of the insur
gents now in the hands of the Republi
cans. The remaining 27 are held for
The deputy Mayor of Malaga has been
Lonook, July 10.
Trederiek Winterhalter, the celebrated
On and After this Date
THE BANKING HOUSES OF WELLS,
FAHOO 4 CO. and the STATE BASK OF
M:Vaiia will closv on Saturdays at il
o'clock p. m. J. M. HEIBEKT,
Atfent Wells, Fargo k Co.
Mauager State llauk of Nevada.
July 12, 1873. jyl2-0t
McOaun 'i uos
Martin Camillo. Trustee
Martin Camillo, Trustee.
Hurt!!, I'ani n -rni.lu
I Martin Camillo, Trustee
Martin (.aaullo. Trustee
Martiu Camillo, Trustee.
Martin Camillo, Trustee.
McDonald M-J, Trustee.
Nohle H H, Trustee
Noble H H. Trustee
Noble H H. Trust,
LINCOLN' COrNTY. N'KVADt.
Plats of surveys and applications (or the
purchase of lands made correctly and witu
The Washington and Creole Mining
Company, is Merchants' Exchange, Calilornn.
stretl. San Francisco, June 30, 1873. Notice Is
hereby Riven that the annual meeting ot tho
stockholders of the Washington and Creole
Mining Company -til be held at the office of
the Company, Boom Is. Merchants' Exchange,
on Tuesday, July 15, 1873, at 1 o'clock
p- m.. for ths election of Trustees for the ensu
ing year, and the transaction of such other
business as may properly be brought belore
them. Transfer books will be closed on Thurs
day, July 10, 1873, at 3 o'clock p.m.
Jyia-tu HUNK D. CLEaftY, Secretary.
Her Wm ilh Mining Company. Loca
tion of works, Ely Mining District. Lincoln
county. 8tat of Nevada ; principal place of busi
ness, San Francisco, Cal. Notice Is hereby given
that at a meeting of the Board ot Trustees of
said Company, held on the 7th dayof July. 1873,
an aseeBsmentof fifteen (15c. (cents per share vu
levied upon the capital stock of said Company,
payable immediately. In United States gold coin,
to the Secretary, at the oflioe of the Company,
Rooms 6 and 6, No. 302 Montgomery street, S&n
Any stock upon which Bald assessment shall
remain unpaid on Monday, the 11th day
of August, 1873, shall be deemed delinquent,
and will be duly advertised for sale at public
auction, and unless payment shall be mad
before, will be sold on Tuesday, the 2d day
of September, 178, to pay ths delinquent
assessment, together with coats of advertising
and expenses of salt.
By order of the Board of Tnuteea.
W. H. WATSON, Secretary.
Offica; Rooms Sand 6, No. 303 Montgomery
street, Han Francisco, Cal. jyl2-td
Ploelw Phenli Mining Company
Location of principal place of business. Ban
Francisco, Cal.: location of worka, Ely Mining
District, Lincoln county, Nevada. Notice.
There are delinquent upon the following de
scribed stock on socount of assessment (No. 3)
levied on the 6th day of May, 1873, the several
amounts set opposite the names of the respective
shareholders, a foi Iowa:
Name. Certificate. Shares. Am't.
Armstrong Robt sun ftl5
Allen CR loai list luo
iieavar Geo W 137 lull lull
Bourne R M, Truatee 366 60 Ul
Bourns R M, Truatee 868 to 60
Bourn R M, Truatee 359 Ml 60
Bourne R M, Trustee 3t ii 60
Bourne B M, Trustee 867 60 60
Bourne R M, Truatee 870 60 60
Bourne R M, Trust 873 60 60
Bourne R M, Trustee 878 60 60
Bourne R M, Truatee 384 60 60
Barton WH, Trustee...... 711 100 100
Barton WH, Trustee HI 800 300
Boyd k Davis, Trustees.... 877 JS0 260
Boyd k Davit, Trustees. ... 878 260 950
vaDttit, Trmsuet ... t:i aio ieo
IMMEDIATELY ABOVE COSNEBTON'S
ICE I10CSE.PASACA FLAT.
MISS ... CASKMAN,
THE MIOPhlKTlihSH OF THIS HOUSE
having recently adde to aud materially
improved line building for the accommodation
of Boarders, respectfully retnnia thanks for
past liberal patronage, and solicit en increase
ot Boarders, as she is pn-nared to accommodate
tiood Board at Low Hates.
The Table will be snppliiu with the best to
be had in the Meiket.
apl-lm . i N. ('ASHMAN
j M.,pna Mlver Misting ,m - '
j Location of pmiciu.1 place , busn':
Francisco. Cel.: lo.ili.in .rf J &u
Uwlrict Lincoln county, Mate of Niwita i!1
lice -There are delinquent upon the ?S? "
described stock, on account of aX,., ?Wms'
levied on the 2uth day of MeTffx J0, "
eral amounts set opposite the na'iiu 7? "'
epect.v. shareholders. a follow," "
"No. of No. of
ljft-cour utfct, tjput Nw York Bakery.
fpHE UNDERSIGNED HA VINO LEASED THE
X above veil kuowu Lodging House, tiu
ttiurouphly re novated eni upplied Ibe arae
VUtll DfW Bt?dH. iit-UitlUg, AO.
Furnished Roomi lijr week or month.
A nlinre of public patronage 1b nolle ted.
MHS. NOMA THOMAS.
Fiot lie, Juiir-14. 1S73. jelJ-tf
MILEY & IAAGE
(J. A. Miley, late of Han Francisco, oppoaite
HAVE OPENED A CONFECTIONARY,
BAKERY and ( OH hE SALOON
On Main street, next to Hatpin's.
cream Cakes, Cream Candies, Fruit Cakes aud
all kinds ot Pastry: also Calf's Foot Jelly. Fan
cy Boxes for Christmas presents. dl"-tf
J tinea A Wilson
Jsinea A Wilson ,
James A Wilson
Jsme A Wilson
Jsnics A Wilson
Jsme A Wllsou
James A Wilson
Jatne A Wilson
Jamea A Wilson
Jatne A Wilson
James A Wilauu
Oeo M Halun
ieo M Habin
(ieo M Habin
(Ieo M babin
(eo M Habln
Ueo M Sabln
Ueo M Sabin . .'
Geo M Sabln
(ieo M Sabin
Geo M Kabin
Oeo M Sabin
Geo M Sabin
(ieo M Sabln
Geo M Sabin
Geo M Sabin igy
oeo m Benin i&y
Geo M Sabin ,,16u
Geo M Sabin ii
Geo M Sabin 'lyj
Geo M Sahtu '. AKt
Geo M Sabin .
(ieo M Sabiu ,
Geo M Sabin
(ieo M Sabiu
Geo M sabin
Geo M Sabln ,
Geo M Sabin .....2oo
SITUATED (IN McCANNON ST.
to the rear of the Postottice.
AVI Nti THOHOlTiHLY ItENO ATK! MY
establishment, I will rcopt'ii
On MiJii.li.yt .lu ne 'I.
Ueo M Kabiu .
Oeo M Btbln .
Oeo M HhuIii .
Ueo M Ha. bin .
Creo M Sabiu ,
DihhfM lutpnrt it tit oruVr in all tityl
vste rooiua. Mtiils fti all buiin..
If you watit a j -j
jvltf I 1
Meal in a quiet, rdim!
plan, ouiue litre.
Geo M Sabin , ,,2o(i
Oeo M Sabin o7
Ueo M Kg bin o8
Oeo M Hablu o
Oeo M Sabin 21o
Oeo M Sabln i
Oeo M Sabin 213
Oeo M Sab n 14
Oeo M Sabiu 215
Ow M Sabiu .it;
Otso M Sabin 217
io M babul 21K
Joliu Iawhou 35
j Jnhu I'.awstm jy
I John Ijiwwu 40
John Lawsoti a
. John I.HWftjU 4
John Lawfiou 4:1
John LawBon 44
Johu Ijawttou it't
John Lawaou 47
OW OPEN TO
s 1 . :....,-.
THE PUBLIC. 1 1 k r - ?
The Tabic sillmlied with nil .'. -
the delicacies of the eeason.
The liar is supplied with the nnet Brands of
Wiuea, Liquors and Cigars.
I.OIXUNU, None belter.
Fine Hall attached. Private Dinners served at
shortest notice. Give me a call.
jel4-tl v. T. KICH, Proprietor.
I Lotvrr Muln Street, uppontte BoouttV
I Dolmnn't Hay Yard.
1 JIUSOV v cox.
..mw 10,. urn
. .1210 UXi UNt
..1211 lUt' 100
. .121' l.H- n't.
. . VlY.i Km it I
. ,1'Jll hn UHI
A2L UHi UK)
. .li-'lt; ,nt list
&1 ti 'jfhi
... Ku'l lih K-o
.. 8'.:i inn n
...IKil 100 100
.. :s3t; 2(io sui
. .. &jr, m ri
... f.t:t i" in
. .104.J l" 10
. .. t42 lu) llrO
, .. f4d luti lot 1
. . tAi 10i loo
. . 04it ll0 100
. .. 6MI loo loo
. . . 2W luo lno
. . . fil loo lc
. iH a o Ot.
, . . iio lo,)
.a 2tK .Utf loo
... 3M lot, lou
. . . ito; lou luu
. .. 328 lti lou
. . . Xn loo loo
... Ct'.:j 2ou lou
. .. 604 loo lou
... fiOfe 1(H lot
... 001' lOO lOt
. .. M" loo loo
. . 67o 2 '.'
.... : r.
... IHi. flo &4.
...lo5J 25 2i
...1245 lo 1
...124(5 In ' U,
. . , O'J.t loo loo
... S.7 6,1 t,o
...1244 o rj
. . . i!e oo u. i
J riiHE OKOVE UOrSE HAS BEEN FITTED I P
! X t gn at expense, and will be fouuJ a a tie
i airable au 111 mer reboit, native tret-s being plauted
! around the houae and forming a grove.
Best brands of UQI OKS aud CIGARS at the
WATER FOU NTAIN for ato k, or by the gal
lon, at lowest ratfb.
myH-tf JI'DSON k COX.
MAS. P. KAlH.
Change o Proprietors.
MRS. W1LLMAN HAVING LEASED HER
Hotel to KAIX & O XEARY.thfT are now
pi-vpared to t urmatt
PUR WEEK, AND
supplied with the
Tlit Table will be ahyay
1 best the market artords.
I Thei lire also attached to the Uotel airy
the Bupervisiou j1
Perry J Jr. Truatee 1 o 1 4
Pulleti F A i4
Pe.klmw EL, Trustee liy
Peckliaui E L, Trustee l4l
Peekham E L, Trust ae 14'J
Pwekham t L, Trustt-e 1.4,
Quillan Miles 4n
Vnillan Miles j, 1
Wuillati Milea 'J4
Wuiilan Mi lea 49
Kogera R H fy:i
RoRen R H H34
Kich-rdtfou E A, Trimte , . . 4
Kii liardaon E A, Trustee ... 44
Knhardnon EA.TruaU... 1M
Ku'hardaon E A, Truatee. . . 418
KichardoD E A, Truatee. . ,
Kicbardnoo E A, Truate . . . fttl
RiL'hardaon R A, Truatee... f.71
liK'hardaon E A, Truate ... 841
"Knaroaon E A, Truate..
Hichardion E A, Trustee . . ,
Richardson E A, Trustee..
Richardson E A, Truatee. .
Richardson E A, Trustee . .
Richardson E A.TniBi.
Richardson E A, Trust e. , . !7
Ktchardson E A, Tmtee . . . 973
Richardson E A, Trustee. . . 974
Richardson E A, Trustee. . . two
Ulchardtion E A, Trustee... 9951
Richardson E A, TnUee...loa
Richurdson E A, Trustee... loC
iticuartisou A, Trustee . . . 104'i
KichardKou h A, Trustee
RicharUftou KA, Trustee,
Rii-hrd(Hii E A, Trustee.
Rogent R U, Trustee
Schmieden Hy, Trustee.
Sleeper Oeo, Trustee....
Sleeper Geo, Trustee....
Sleeper (ieo. Trustee....
Sleeper Geo, Trustee
Sleeper Geo, Trostee....
sieeper oeo, Trustee Titti
Sleeper Geo, Trustee 738
Sleeper Geo, Trustee 7rt
Sleeper Geo, Trustee 7Hvt
Sleeper Geo, Trustee
Sleeper Geo, Trustee ht6
Sherwood BFfc Co, Trust. 675
Sherwood B F Co, Trust. m
Sidet B F, Trustee fiol
Schmltt M, Trustee 731
Smiley T J L, Trustee 1022
Turn bull k Smith, Trust.. 1217
Traoor ft Knox, Trustee., ftio
Uhler J Clem, Truste.,.. 40 1
Chler J Clem, Trustee..,. 483
Uhler J Clem, Truatee 44
Uhler J Clem, Trustee ai'i
Chler J Clem, Trustee .... 998
Uhler 4 Clem, Trustee yyy
Uhler J Clem, Truse....lodo
Uhler J Clem, Trustee. . . ,io4
Woods k Free bore, Trust . . 9o5
Wiseman Dennis i
An ,n, T1" w'h nd n order of
tbe JBosrd I of Directors, made ou the 6th day
of May. 1873, so many shares of each parcel of
auch ttock as may be necessary will be sold at
public auction, at the orafle of the company.
Room No. 21 So. 41. California street San
Fraacisoo, Cal., on Friday, the 1UU day
f July, W73, at the hour of 1 o'clock p. m. of
wch day, to pay delinquent assessments
thereon, together with costs of advertising and
DTTMinui nf t l
! Clear tha Field for k hit Sun !
The huitiploit lotliln ami Dry
Goods Mercl.uitt of Xevutlu.
! "Selling Out" tcolld to Last Lcng !
I WILL SELL MY ENT1EE STOCK
L'hMper fllir I nrn fheaprr
oiispr LnLfir til t-'litsprr
TB. 1'IIOSK WHO AUVKKTISK
Soil Out Cit Coat !
CIVE M E A CALL,
-AND Hut WHJU tlNO
jacoi j conigr.
The Old Standby,
ioo i And Everybody's Friend !
John Lawsou ,
John Lawson f,5
John Lawson ....
John Lawaon HH
John Lawson... .
' John Lawsou
J J Kt-iuiptly
f J J Kennedy.
J J Kennedy
J J Kennedy
' J J Kennedy
: J J Kennedy
j J J Kennedy
! J J Kennedy
j J J Kennedy
j J J Kennedy
I J J Kennedy
j J J Kennedy
1 J J Kennedy
: J J Kennedy
; J J Kennedy
j J J Kennedy
I J J Kennedy. .
. ... 103
I1T DEAD EARNEST I
Ho Means What He Says,
YOU 333T !
Muln Street, Opposite Meadow allry
Street, Pioche, Nevada.
j tm & mm,
j M CCK8SORW TO A. ' '. GORDON',
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE
I . DIALERS IN
! Wines, Liquors & Cigars
Fire-Proof Building, La
Keit Door north of the Poatofllce,
I'lOt II r: NEVADA.
.Goods Taken on Storage.
J J Kennedy lxt
J J Kennedy 135
J J Kennedy IM
' J J Kennedy l.n
, JJKeudedy 1.18 2J
: J J Kennedy 139
JJKennedv 141 35
J J Kennedy ''' 35
J J Kennedy 144 1"
! J J Kennedy Its lo
J J Kennedy 14C Ui
I J J Kennedy 141 lo
j J J Kennedy 148 lo
JJ Kennedy 14 lo
iJJKennedy t....l5o lo
! J J Keunedv 151 o
J J Kennedy 152 lo
J J Kennedy 153 lo
(ieo H Miller 1st
Geo H Miller 184 35
GooH Miller 186 2
Geo H Miller 1 ,Ji
Geo H Miller 181 2 '
Geo H Miller 19 1o ?
Geo H Miller lo lo
Geo H Miller 1" 10 ,
Geo H Miller M 10 ",
Geo H Miller '3 J '
And In aceonlanos with law and
the Board of Dlrectora. made on the 3W5
May. 1873, so many aharwof each Pr"'X"
stock aa may be neeeasary will be Bold at pui
auction, at the oltice of the company.
Sanaome etreet. Kan Francisco. Ual.. on 7--day,
tho lath dayof July, "J
hour of a o'clock p. m. of auch day. lopar
linquent assessments thereon. o''b1;
costs of advertlaluK aueyiensesof tbeaw
Office: No. 320 Sansomo atreet.San WJJ
CHAfl. K ET.T.lnT ai..
Boo- 81, Harrd' Bnlldintr. all
San Franciaco, Cal. Je.37.td
The above sale la postponed until JatlvSI.
1873, at the same hour and place.
By order of the Board of Director,.
CHAS. . ELLIOT, Becnttry.
Office: Boom 31, Hayward'B Bvuidiug. tit Caj.
If oral atrMt, San rrueMco, Cal. JylS-td
WITU THE ABOVE A
Is attached, where nothing but. Ha Liquor
aelected from the above stock will be diepenaed,
which will be presided over by Mr. K. McAL
18TEK, who will lie glad to see hie old friends.
D. C. CLARKi BROTHER
IiOWEli MAIN STREET,
. PIOCHE. NEVADA,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
OEAUDU m ;
i POWDER, I .
f ., , rvm,
AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
lAi.s -aqooid -ot xofl
'NOaKVf K H. "-PI" "SJnli
nS ''peAOS jo ua 1W " "
ejMuf tilt 'M"H 'KB '
ooo 'oci i'"
St r- HUB"
OIK J " m
em J ; Ji
-.vaAH ABBAS ISAVVHa ooo4"
Donahoe & QuilUn18
MEADOW VAI.LET BT
ALL KINDS Of WuSTBT TO 0O
couatkstly oa hand.
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