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H A ILY RECORD
jixy i. ia
LOCAL ITEMS.
Ou and af ter thle dale all War ) Xntire.
will 1 payable weekly.
AND DEPARTURE
ARRIVALS
ouMMI "UIWJIT'I SALT LAKt 1.ISF.
i W Wright
lml-AKTUREf".
, ulUll.KAeAUitBUHY'BBALT LAKF .f
u I UlbbOCk
MKTEOKOLOC1C AL.
, The Mluwiug ia the atat of the Barometer
1 hrnuoinrter uid cuurw of tlia wind for the
i date and liour indicated, aa kept by ii. R. ALE,
j ASUKk. lrugi!it and Apothecary, iliu atreet
Hue he:
Dale.
Mmir. jHaro. Ttaer. Wind.
BT tiw'B ro
jlarllnTerpi'y
M Courtney
p. B Hunt and wife
a RAY1LTOX MNa.
Geo Francis
'1'hog 1 lane and wlf.
J no Maguire
( li a. u. JJ.au ;n deg. I B
. ; u h. im.iu ks deg. ( x.
KKANCIMI'O NT4KK KBPOIl'l'.
Monday .
i Weduehdav.
6 r. u. j a n hi di-K. k.
34.10 i M dir. K.
34.111 ! 84 deg. K.
Thum
l'riday .
' 13ii
1 f,r.n.
I 6 A.M.
! 13 M.
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) (r.a.
( A. M.
J 13 h.
( 6 r. si.
24 .211
24.20
20.21
MM
24..IO
24.30
1 24.13
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24.15
34.110
34.00
24 00
74 deg.
Wi deB. S.
"a dm. K.
2 U.g. H.
HC deg.
w deg.
70 deg.
Hfi d, (j.
81 deg.
a deg.
86 deg.
H6 deg.
X.
8. F..
Too "Coraer" ou Ic.
J KSTKKUAY K UWOItT.
. ,Hk. Sam Fbaxci.co, Jul
0ilur S5'tl!ii'J,"ib:ioa!j " '
(iuuld 4 Curry 13 1-J,bju
si saeage 14U 1J7 lan UM vmhm va,
" mcnuo Ml 13a 130 128 I:ill.:io !
2,1 ehollar Potoal 45 40 40. 46 4r'a:a)
ii llule k Norcrusa M 1
. cmwn Point oil luo ltUKXisOM luihuu I fluid
25 Yellow Jacket 60 Sylcjo K8 57 .., i , .. ,,, . , ,
0 lmprll-i ?,, S'.bw 5i ' leant (rout tba Cbromcte lbt Uy
iS Keuiuek 8'i I) I have a comer on ice in New York bh well
t,BeUher-87 SH HC V-V 8Cb3 txbjo . W 1
87Hbao87b30 856 I as nan rrauciseo. Iu San FrnnciBcn
;i5 Ooiifldence 6 it 7
;0 Con. Virginia 9:1 9:v, o;jvj
25 Eu'hequer 8 8?
;0 Seg. Belcher 30
45 Ovemiau yl 32 33b30 32
32 Jutlee 1 9 J,
J) Caledonia 15 H? 14 1410 14 1, It U V.L30
14UIU
Baltimore Con 7'; 7ViM)71i 7';lil0 7';s3rt
jlLliturekaCon 12 117 12
Belniunt 3ii 3bJ0
iJlBye Patch 8 7?. 8
Flora axocaa.
,,iMtadow Valley 21 21 i 21 20'4 --O'iw
" 2I,K
..tuyniond k Ely! iu:i0 eivh'iti oiba
jyiVJsslilngton 1c Creole 23
(in Papp Pauaca 1 3,
HMmfriranFlag
flowery IV IS
mo ptivine 35c
.;.l Ingomar ?i
' Chief of the Hill 21 2V.
;?:5 Newark- S'4 G'ib30 (MM
m Chlet rJifit hx JiH-
so Pioclie PhenU a 3 J .
alHennea 7. 8b30
.i Amador Tunnel.;
KII.LIOX HH1HMK.NTN,
Per Wnllg, Vargo it Co.'a Expreaa:
July K $23,778 51
July 11 3J,8ot 46
Ml'SIC AND DAKCIXO AT THK CrUOVB
HorsK. An eutertninuient,' with music
au.ViluiiL'iug, will be given tLisnftemoon,
ami on every Snuilay hereafter, from 2
o'clock in the afternoon till 8 o'clock in
ibe evening. A tiue band of music, will
1 in attendance. A general invitation
ii extended to all. "lw
H. M. Barses, Notary Public, and
Commissioner of Deeds for California
:itiJ Utah. General business and real es
tate agent. Collections made at reasona
ble rates and proceedsproinptlyremitted.
Uffice : Next door to the jPostoffiee, La
cour Blreet, Pioche, Nevada.
We would call the attention of our
leaders to the advertisement in another
columu of the Brooks Sewing Machine
Co., of New York; they advertise, what is
indeed a valuable invention, a first-class
sewing maeUine for five dollars.
A new circulating library, imported ci
gars, tolmrco.-stationery and confection
ery at J. Levin Jfc Co.'s, opposite Hamil
ton's saloon. Main street.
The S in Jose Barber Shop has
opened. Shaving 25 cents; hair cutting
J) cents.
Huumthluif uew rod, white and
blue Cnl. Misalon flannel underahlrts
nil di aivera- 1. Ou at Aahtiu di Uru.
foil the very best of dental work go to
f. C. Nichols, Dentist, Main street.
Paper collar Byronlc or Shakape
rean -45 eenta per tiox mt Aaliliu k JBro.
Who dnnt know that ih rheaneat
lure in lowu la M. Aahlni db akro'a !
Linen fawlta roata, panta and a'eat
only ts, at H. Aauiui k Bro'a.
Pionker Nsws Depot, Main street C.
Wiederhold.
Go to Alexanders' for your drups. "
j there is no attempt at concealing the fact
uf the existence of combination, where
' by the price is raised froju one cent to
I two cents and a half per pound; but iu
j New York the combination presents all
sorts of excuses. So Pioche enjoys the
distinction of being linked with New
York ami Sau Francisco in respect to an
ice monopoly, and we hope that the
Chronicle, in its future assaults upon
monopolies, will not fail to mention that
Pioche, as well as New York and San
Francisco, is grappling with a "corner"
on ice. The Chroniole's method of deal
ing with the monster is the correct one,
just such a proposition as was made by
us yesterday, and is worth reproduc
ing: "San Francisco can get along with
out ice very well, for the weather is Bel
dom warm enough to make its use an
object of necessity. And San Francisco
should mnke np its mind to stop using
ice until the combination make up its
mind to reduce the price to a reasonable
figure. New York is at the mercy of the
ioe-cold monopolists, for they cannot
dispense with ice during the dog days."
The people of Pioche certainly can do
without ice as well as the people of San
Francisco can. It would be something
of a sacrifice to dispense with the article,
but it is a sacrifice which should be
made, as iu that way can the monopolist
be brought to a realization of the nature
of his extortion. A combination such as
is recommended by the Chronicle in Sau
Francisco, and which we urged yester
day, ought to be formed at once. A few
days' trial would result iuobtaiuiug soma
redress for a great grievance and intoler
able imposition. Who will start the
agreement and circulate it for signatures?
or, who seconds onr motion lor ooncerted
action against the ice monopoly?
P. S. Since the above was in type we
learn from a gentleman in this city (who
ts one of the ostracised) that he obtained
yesterday by stage from Hamilton 190
pounds of ice out of 200 pounds ordered,
and that it cost him (wastaee included) 11
cents per pound. He further says that
an arrangement can be made whereby
ice can be delivered here from Hamilton
for seven cents a pound. Here is a
cnance for the people to obtain redress
I B Mo-rr. Ju ,
'nuueiito.
H.H.Flsu.
Horde.
Johw ii. Morr,
Kurt ka.
W!OTT, FISH & CO.,
Meiidow V txll&y at.
PIOCHE - - - - NEVADA,
IMPORTERS
Ami Dealers in
HARDWARE,
ml mm MODS.
Death uf Jalia H. Lyatk-Caroner'a
iMifueet.
John Ii l.jm-li died at 20 yesttrdiij i
morning from the effects of wounds re- j
Cfiveil .iu Sunday morning last from a !
pUtol iu the bauds of James Harring-1
ton. The wound iu the shoulder was of I
a painful nature, but not necessarily
fatal; that in his bead, which baa pre
viously len described, was the direct
caue nf death. Pr. Deal, the Coroner.
summoned a jury, comprising Charles
i Heath, James Cluui-y, S. D. Megcutb, J.
C. Clark, B. McAlpin and Stiles Quillin,
and held an iiuiuist. The testimonv
I was voluminous, several wituesses hav-
j ing been examined concerning the cir- i
cuiustaiioen which led to the fatal result.
The Coroner is sitting the matter thor- j
oughly, and it is doubtful whether the ,
testimony will be concluded to-dav. 1
!
THE KITEIT. 1
The death of Mr. Lynch, though '
hourly feared from Ibe moment that he 1
received the injuries which ended his i
earthly career, creoted a profound sensa
tion. All felt that in his untimely death
llliotlier victim had been added to the '
long list of those who bad been hurried j
from time to eternity through the iustru
mentality of the knife or the pistol in
the hands of iufuriated men, who seemed
lost to all the finer feelings of man's j
nature. '
I UK IIWKAKEO. ' !
John H. Lynch was a uative of Ire- '
land, and about 35 years age. Ho was i
married seven years ago, and leaves a
wife in Sau Francisco, but no children '
there only offspring having died sev
eral years ago. After the necessary I
examination of his wounds by Dr. Berg-
stein anil other physicians, the bod)' was
dressed in a suit nf black, and the re-
mains last evening presented a very life
like appearance. During his last days j
upon earth so full of pain and so hope- i
less of any other tlrnii a fatal resnlb-he
received ever possible attention from his
physicians, and the teuderest care from
W. V. Webber and Wm. Bell, who had
been employed in the chop bonne np to
the time of the fatal night. It was pro
posed at one time to Hhip the remuiiis of
Mr. Lynch to Sau Francisco for final
interment, but that design was aban
doned, owing to the excessively hot
weather.
yiisffllanous.
aCfflal, ittt.
'SO. "73.
Pioneer Store!
Pioneer Store!
S.
S.
S.
ASHIM
A S H I M
ASHIM
Si
BRO.
BRO.
BRO.
Exciting Epmob. Y'esterday evening
it was rumored that a telegram had been
received announcing that a compromise
bad been made between the Raymond &
Ely Company and the Hermes Company.
our reporter at once instituted an inqui
ry into the truth of the matter; he traced
it from one source to another until be
was directed to a business house well
known for its reliability and opportuni
ties for obtaining correct information.
Thither he went with all possible celeri
ty, and ascertained that there was noth
ing in it. "Sich is life
gatherer.
Spring Stock!
New Coods!
Daily Arrivals!
READY-MADE CLOTHING!
lena and Huya'
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS,
Cents' Furnishing Coods
OF THE l..Tl:ST STtl.KSs "
Qro'oartea,
Oa-ucllea,
AUCTION SALES.
E. A. FRIEND,
Attrii'tM ( wmutluaittM Mm haul,
i .tm.it iv
KU Al KM 01.HA Vl
PUIIN1TURE.
Knit-arwoui. MnIm Mir?l,
1 Srxt IttH.rtu Frank ft h-lt-ri Han I wan htun.
Kki(Lk JSalk IJa. Kvt-r) HA'H ltitAY, M
i u .-vi.H-k. in.
V Nitf r'uraitiirr- t r-iJ uet-u. Out
i id- Kale itf Mr-n-li!jiiJiai' et-ry t-H'rttiuii
! i-nuiptlv aili-ti.ttti t4i. th ilvatt4 -ii i-,u-
kiKlalUi-Illfe.
TO-DAY.
NMiurdny lnl- IHkH,
At II tj'i Im'k a. iu.,
1 Wilt M-I1 Ml Public tMtrl.OM, Jil SNlva.
New Furniture.
rnMl'KIMXfi
iUtt mi, iViurcaua. IuiiKtn, picture iraiw-ti,
Hitlurvri, 1'liildreii'n t lit, Mft Matt-n.
'tiiirti, 9uil Hiuw'hl(l Kiirniturv. ut evrry
ifM-riptitm. oiua r iF haij-:. to hay
A 11 X rt'IX AttmittTUKNT iK
CrM lrt' , 01Mtar, Tluwaiv, Hell-
iltntc, Lainiii, rie,
l.. A. Fl;lKNI. l'ppT Maiu Htnvta
jvll-tit GKO. DAVIS, Aurtlutit-rr.
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tre K K, Tnttttue.... ,
Kyre K K, Truitt
Eyre K K, Triihtee ... .
Kyn K E, Tnirtac
! yn K E. Triiiiteft . . . . ,
! yre K E, Trurtee ....
Ulait-r k rk-iius)ei-ut Triut.JUl
dlaxiiT ft K'UKhber, Tru.4HM
(ilazicr H-liKbt'ri', Tru 4M
511
..171
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STEEL,
HAMMERS,
PICKS,
I ml fvfry ileMriptlun of 3lhitr
AVnre. tojftMlier it la 11
Foil Line of General Mercnaiiilise,
Ph. FELSENTHAL.
Stone Store,
MA ! X STKF.ET. OFPOS1TE MKAPOW
VALLEY STIiEET.
IMOCHE
Wholesale and
... DK.tl.KK IN ..
NEVADA
Retail,
Groceries, Previsions,
AND dENFUAl. ill.lit'H AND1SE
Dpk To-day. W. W. Bishop, Esc
among the passengers due by to-day's j
stage from Hamilton. ' ' j
Kev. II. B. MicBiui.K will pieuch at j
Bullionvillo to-day (Saturday), at S I
o'clock p. m.
List of passengers to umve hoiu Hum
ilton to-duy: J. CasRidy, W. W. Bishop
J. P. Eeese and H. Woodruff.
Tuk announcement which is to i. ui
good fortune to be able to make to-day i
that of the most important event iu the
history of Coriune. The completion nf
the Coriune and Malad Ii-rittiug and
Manufacturing Company's Cuinil, with
its feeders, branches and ditches, took
place yesterday afternoon. Shortly atier
twelve o'cloek the gates of the canal on
the western boundary of the city were
lifted and the long looked for streams of
nourishing, fertilizing water Kloivly de
scended towards town in the ditches
which lead into the respective streets.
By sundown it hud reached Colorado and
Sixth streets, mid bv nine o'eiock rippled
down by the Keporterotlice on both side1
of Montaua street. i in s.-veral other
principal streets and across the. Intend
streets those welcome hlookleU llowed
silently, until toward eleven, when all of
them flowed over into the uiMjeftic Bear
on the east side of the city. The greal
work is grandly completed, slid a won
derful Hiieces.- Ogden .junction July
8th.
REDUCTION IN PRICES!
i
HI ItKTDMUIK I hOW! j
NO PRETENSE ABOUT IT!
We Sell lul Lew. Ilefllllte we Huy -till'
l,e !
I Ladies and Gentlemen
of Pioche !
TI(lKl.l:ti! TK t.llxTKIlNl I'Ulls.
I'l l lull's: I'lU.VKKllS! I
j
BUY THE CHEAPEST!
hi i si; iiii: in .i ::
CLOTHING,
H A
4TSKliwil-r W
tiriuieH N E, Trutut?!
ttrdin I.' P, '.'runt) . . . .
itordon O V. TniM. ....
thillauhur MorKirct
liny AlttitliiaM
Ury Mat tli Ian t.
Hunt H, Tnwtfi
Hunt H. TnintLif
Hunt U 11, Tniritec ,
Hnnt 11 H, Trust.'
Hunt ( H, Trust'
Hunt. H, TniHUf ,
Hunt O H, Tnintf
Uim 4 H. Tn.nh.-i'
Hi itlMiru HfiM-
Hanlv o
Hurt Emily A
Ilriiiiaiiu E ,
HrrrrMiim E
HuKwy J TriihtHf
i Havt-iiM HowMnl. Trtutw
! KtJmir L, TriiHtt-c
K yes K p, TruKtet-
' Keycs ED
i Kuuiiuaky II, 'J riiHitt- . .
Kozmiiiaky H, Trunt--. ,
Kuxiuiiinky II, 'I'nihU--. .
I Klin- a A
Uk l(eb(Tt
Lynch etcriituab
; lizard UavitL il
Muriiib E -I ilo Mta, Tnifttt't,
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IS, IHMITS, i;T C, K.TC? 1 Marina E J tie hta'. Trimlne
Cheap for Cash.
.GKNTY OF nrroxT's
Metallic Keg Blasting Powder,
CVSIH.ES. FUSE, OILS AXD MIXING
GOODS.
tiKN
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to
loo
MURPHY dt SULLIVAN,
Preuaium Boot Makers,
NrtT ihMiR Tit i.vsrM'n THiTi' anrnv,
.HfHiliiM Vallr-f Ntrtet,
o
t-EEli 'lo
the lH'i-t
I'KOl'I.K OK IMOCHE
on: (iiors AiiE FUEsir
11UST-CLASS !
AM)
j STOCK, VOKKM tXMHIP AND KIT,
Tltt y can et heifor on th coant, AH kiliils
( of Uootx, 8hot ami (iaitent. Hewed, iieti'u,
Dt-rwfU ami ebuuufl lutiled.
Our Ciirtora Kip BkU can 't lie Wat.
y Rpuli'iitjf loti in tl iiftit1
! muiiiift.
1 NothiuK but Fn'Dcli leulhcr used.
1 defy Com pet it ion. je'JJ.tf
Who tii'iil'ii that any gmx tiling rim r.imf out of t
ASHIM'S,
UK SV l ATI I TIIIOM
mom. I mm
.('HIl be foUlld Ut.
A Statk ( i i; imh' of I hi- I'nt rnti nf
tu the ,l4lnsUm.ry is to be t.ttuized ut Xrtu on Tit KIN
iliu Till, ilul..i 'PI... C..a fJl-at.,,
IsjUNi-rios Srrrs. Yestertlav iujufu'- i . , ' ... Al . n . ,
. . , - . i m viimiuiDr-ii tu mo jiunirin mill
tion suits were entered in the District j i Matrons of the local granges. These
Court by J. B. Atchison vs. Isuao Hin2- I granges now number about thirty in the
man, Wm. Patterson and Snodgrass: ! K,"u--"na ll'e State Grange will there-
i .. t -v - 'n t i i- , foi'e organize with alHuit wixtv members,
Jhtl LTi "'iyi'li"i y,, ,mlf femule -,n wju
uh!L? i 1 r""'fr',l ,VH- PaTlr i be representative farmers and their wives.
, ?' ' HbtU"1,Cl1--1 Th It is 'presumed that in addition to going
pa -ties plaintiff in these several suits re- ,',,, .ith ,,. flirm , n,ni,inS
sme m l-auaca. and the object is to re-, ,. , ike , auJ t.on8idel'? Jnauy ol T) P Y CuADS
strain defendants from trespassing upon . lhe' llbie(.t8 ,, ' hicb the order is o,Ja- 1 UUUUai
STD 4X tlllV STKKKT,
Alal liave ill Mi.re a
FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK
'of the f.iiiowiitr: i:iutifci
l!llil(I.V-lil,Hltl nolllilin-,
LIEBES &l BOWMAN,
XOUTllWtHT COUXhH
Battery and Sacramento Sts.,
SN PKAN'flMCO,
iMi)iiiii'actiirers Importers
... .or... ,
Havana Cigars.
And Importer of I.euf Tobacco,
I I'. O. Box IMS. je7.3m
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it's Biastiii Powder,
Giant Powder and Caps,
Candles and Fuse,
Blacksmith's Hardware,
Iron and Steel,
s r o "v u
And
Tinware.
fe4-tt
I J. HALPIN & CO.
H0CHK NEVADA,
Importer!, and Dealeri iu
HARDWARE,
Mill and Misiog Oooda.
Iron ana steel, Cas Pipe
atoam and Gaa Flttingn,
Uuuae FurniahUig Oooda,
liovea, Tin and Copper War.
Cutting and Fitting Ca Pipe
Done on Short Notice.
JKSSOF'4 ' CELEBRATED STEEL,
Toy, Bickford a Co.'a Fuss,
Agenta for tlia
CHant Powder,
AKD
OAUPOENIA POWDEE COMPAKY
- .., "- ltitt
San Francisco Restaurant
t.. .. .
- " vauey street, next doorja.
Sooth of Travia Broa.' Stable. 55
"""""I Brlaachar, Froprlcl
h Ontara In .1.1.
Orriic or OotTHTT AaaEaaoa, 1
tlocm, N.v., April 18,1873. 1
B.V5. 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THK
- - ai jor the year 1878 la
How Due and Payable
To tha County
tidSSh'? of hreh all corporations
XnSVm W reapooalbla for tha foil
ia unit employ.
bb K.l. hamixt,
Ooarny Auaatat
lands alleged to belong to plaintiffs. The
papers in each nine were made out yes
terday and placed ill the hands of a Pep
nty Sheriff to be served.
At'CTios Sai.k To-day. E. A. Friend
announces a big auctiou sale lo-day at It)
o'clock at his sales-room. Main street,
opposite the Western Tnion Telegraph
office. Furniture in great variety will he
ottered, and those who have been house
keeping long enough to wear out a(set of
furniture, as well as those who ar) just
commencing life in the happy marriage
state, should not fail to attend.
Should bk Corrkoted. The Eureka
Sentinel, in reference to the shooting
affair in this place on Sunday last, uses
the name of John C. Lynch only in
one place, however. We" were careful
that there should be no mistake, as the
two names are so nearly the same. John
C Lynch is the proprietor of the Fash
ion saloon, while John H. Lynch, at the
time he received his deadly wound, was
proprietor of a chop-house. A correc
tion ought to be made.
RcNiwir. Yesterday afternoon a
fiery steed shot up Main street without a
rider, although with saddle and bridle
on. When he reached the corner he
rounded into Meadow Valley street with
the speed of the antelope. Here some
men at that popular spot undertook to
stop the equine in his mad career, but
their efforts were iu vain, and the anni
mol ran straight into the Dexter Stables.
Nobody hurt. We breathe freer.
Kxtubnkd. J. E. Lucas, Amos John
son and John Hannerhan, who went on
a prospecting tour to the Humboldt, have
returned to Pioche. They are in good
health and spirits, having struck a good
prospect. Assays of the rock brought
were made yesterday, an account of which
will be given to-morrow.
Banking. Parties having business
with tha banking department of Wells,
Fargo Co., or with the State Bank of
Nevada, are reminded that on Saturday
of each week those banks will close at
3 p. m. An advertisement to this effect
will be found in another column.
Surveying. Parties entering land 'iu
this, county will do well to apply to
County Burveyor Schoppmann or J. P.
Curtis, Deputy, at the Court-house, as
from either all needed information can
bs obtained and much vexation and an
noyance avoided. See advertisement.
Raitle. A pair of gold bracelets will
be raffled for at Clanoey 's, as soon as the
chances arc all taken. Tickets, $3 each;
60 tickets. The bracelets are to be seen
at Levin's. Tha owner is a heavy loser
by tha Hamilton fire.
Improving. Sheriff Travis, whose ill
ness we mentioned yesterday, was in a
much improved condition when we last
ntard from mm, ana mt menus nop h
sm hta out ia a day or two.
the subjects for which the order is organ-
ized, and that a general system of co
operation among the farmers of the
State iu the transaction of many kinds
of business will be discussed mid adopt
ed. Sac. Record.
Sik Sami'Il Kakkk has itecouiplished
for Africa more thun has beau done by
all previous explorers. Mainly through
his endeavors, the slave trade on the east
coust has been suppressed, and a secure
government organized. Tne country, us
far south as the Equator, has been an- ,
uexed to kgypt, and the Khedive will 1
doubtless do everything to promote civil- ;
izatiou, which will bring with, it order, j DESCRIPTIONS
commerce and prosperity. A road has
already been opened through to Zanzi
bar. Ii all this has really been accom-'
plished, Sir Samuel Baker deserves the I
highest honors and rewards that can be
bestowed by Great Britain and other civ-1
ilized nations.
Thk Commissioner of Internal Bevc- 1
nue announces that that office does not
sauction the practice of cutting 40 and
GO-nonnd packages of plug tobacco iu
halves for sale, and tobacco offered for
sale or exposed for sale in a half box,
without the marks of the brand, caution
notice and stamp which the law requires,
is liable to seizure and forfeiture, and
should be immediately seized when so
fonnd.
Boots, Shoos,
I I ATS A N 1 CAl'S,
Ami ;i I'll 11 t.tut- of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
iNcirniNu. ,
Suits Made to Order,
. . . .tty AU
OF CLOTHS AND
CASSIMERS,
Wllleli villi l.e Kohl
VERY LOW FOR CASH.
I'lle)
huve also Secured the Mervl
ltd Filler.
ceaol ti FlfMt-4'luHH Cutter
jHlMf
JOHN ROEDER,
RTONK STOKE, WEST SIDE LA COUK STREET,
PIOCHE CITY, NEVADA,
Dealer in Groceries, Pro
visions and General
Merchandise.
I ltlK WIIEELEiUlO.,1
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
In General Hardware,
Higbt'ttt price paid for Country Produce, such
a fotutued, Egg, Butter, etc. jfi-tf
II. WARD,
TJNDEHTAKEH.
Sheriff 's Sale.
STATE OF NEVADA,
COIXTV OP Ll.COL.
VIKTt'K OP H EVER At EXECUTIONS
iHSUed out of Justice T, A. Stuuttinbiiruli B
Cuurt, of Pioche Townithip, iu uU fur the
county of Lincoln, State of Nevada, and to me
diret Wd and delivered, for judgments rendered
iu Haiti Court on the 5th day of July, A. P. l7;i,
iu favor of the tttate uf Nevada, plaintiff, and
aKitinst the following named defendant and all
owners or claimants to the real entate and int
provementa theruon, or itn prove mentis wheu
ahwtMt-diieparately, hereinafter deBcribed, known
or uuknowu, and each of the following rie
BcriUed tract or pam lt of laud, with the im
uruvenientM thereuu. and all owners of or claim
I auta to the same, known or unknown, for tho
1 Be vera 1 ainouuU hereinafter BpeciDed, and all
acrruing coats thereon, to recover the tax and
I delinquency now agaiuitt the property aKM-MKi-d
( 10 the defendantM hereinafter named, tor the
; litical year comment-iutj January lnt, A. 1. 1VJ.
i and ending Dwemher Illst, A. Ii. ln"J.
Notice ia hereby ijiven that on the
5th Day of Aufftifil. A. 1), l?!!.
At l'J o'clock, noon, nf that day, in front of the
Court-house loor, l'ioche, Lincoln county. No.
vada, I will aell the projierty hereinafter ile-Ki-ribed,
at public auction, for gold coin, caish in
hand, to the highest and bet bidth r, to katisfy
aid execution and all cogU.
UKtltlPTlON OF PIlOIEKTV.
JOHANNA NEENAN. House and Ltt ou La
cour street, Pioche atljoiniug tlia premiaea of
U. H. Sawyer ou the north. Amount $54 2K.
It. O, tCHOFIELD. Tent on Vtlar atrefit
1'tn on Ijicour street at old ameltiug furuace
Amount f;m yy.
DOWDLE k YOl Ni. Htuiie House in Can
yon City, and four pnrti r-tuctionn oi Ijind.
Ahiouut 'VM jl.
ft. R. A. PEU01VAL. L'erauiwl property, etc.,
at the Muddy river. Amount 12i ntf.
P. BKLL. Ranch at St. Joseph's, two Horses.
PodstHSory Claim to 1(M seres of land. Amount
$.12 05.
EL DORADO CANYON MILL.-Teu-stanip
Quartz Mill at Kl Dorado i'uuyon. Auumnt
.Vi7 03.
Dnted Pioclie, July Sth, A. l. 1S7U.
. W. S. TRAVIS.
Sheriff Lincoln County, Nov.
lly U. H. Huieohd, Deputy hheriff. jyO-td
Riehardwm K A, Tmstee
Richardson K A, Trustee
Kit lmrdson K A, Trustee
Kiehardsoii K A, Trustee
Hiehanlson E A, Trustee
Richardson E A, Trustee
nichardsou E A, Trustee
Rit hardsou E A, Trustee
Richardson E A, Trustee
Richurdsou E A, Truxtee
Richardson E A, Trustee!
Richardson E A, Trustee
Richardson E A, Trustee
Richardson K A, Trustee .
KichantKon K A, 'trustee
Richardson E A, Trustee
Richardson K A, Trustee
Richardson E A, Trustee
Richardson E A, Trustee
Richardson E A. Trustee
Richardson E A, TrunKe
Richardson E A, Trustee
Richaidsou E A. Trustee.
Richardson E A, Trustee . .4'.'s
Richurdson E A, Trio tee . .514
Richardson E A, Trustee .
Richardson E A. Trustee . ,5.ri.
Richanlson E A, Trustee . .Tlm
Richardson K A, Trustee . ,rts
Richardson E A, Trustee . .t;lo
Richardson E A, Trustee ..Ou-'i
Ricltardson E A, Trustee . .otU
Richardson E A, Trustet) . .Mi
Richardson E A, Trustee . .tie"
Richardson E A, Trustee . .07
Richardson E A. Trustee ..ta7
Randolph 1) L, Trustee. . . . Ja
Randolph D L, Trustee 2.(
Randolph 1) L, Trustee '21
Randolph U L, Trustee -.'."i
Randolph D L, Trustee... . 'it'.
Randolph V L, Trustee. . . . 172
Randolph 1 L, Trustee . . . .!
Randolph 1 L, Trustee.... tt'J
Randolph D L, Tmstee W
Ramlolph I L, Tmstee rlJ7
Randolph D L, Trustee 0'JS
Randolph i L, TrusUn
Randolph I L, Tmstee. . . &o
Rcmlolph I) L, Trustee o;ii
Randolph D L, Tmstee. . . .(;t-j
RudsiUle M 4'.i
ltoseiiftehl A
ltapp A H
Ried J W
Schmieden H, Trustee. .
Schmieden H, Trustee..
Schmieden U, Trustee..
Schndtt Jl L, Trustee...
Si lot well J M
ShotweU J M
ShotWell J M
SkellvM
hkellv M
Skellv.M
Hkellv M
HkellyM
Skelly M
Shei-wixxl k Co IJ F. Trust.!
SherwoMl R F, Truatee... .In
"V r5ii : - - -: '- r
OSKWOOD AND META1,
baud.
la i
V L.K ASKM conatalltly ou1
Kjiacial Attention Gtveu to the
Nlilimeut of Bodies Baat wr Veat.
A SPLENDID HEARSE
Always in Attendance. fJitf
auixooona
UUXOOODa . HI
hill aoouaUIll f1-.Jnuj.ooum
Hiu. oooua JXLill VXUUU.O hill oooua
hux ooooa amj. uoona
;MUX ooona
Mining Oooda
Mining Goodn Mining Oooda
Mining (ioodaiunin pnfin!Minlng Oooda
Mining OoodaAlJUflU UUUJOMInlUK Uooda
Mining Gooda Mining Gouda
Mining Oooda
Iron Axxca. stool,
Stoves of all Kinds,
EtO EtO BH.o.......SltO.
A Supply of
TlnwaraTlnwaTIlili nrTlnTirsTinware
tinware Tinware IIITl HnLTinwaraTlnwara
On hand; alto Tin Work Executed prompt,
ly at reaaonabla ratea-
STONB STORK,
Upper Main itteet, Piocia, HVmU.
sUMf .
HARRISON BROS.,
... .DEAL ItS IX....
Furniture and Bedding
Carpla, M'all Paper, Lining-, Uoora
and Naali, dLc.,
MAIN STREET, PIOCHE.
HPR1XU AND PIXV MATRBSSKS,
BlELi.l-49t8, Shaats,
PAKl.OB AMI BED-KOOM HUTS,
rtSE TOUJIT SETS,
Carpets and Oil Cloth,
Window ShaLdoB.
A FINE A8SOKTMENT OK rPHOLHTERY
Oooda, Drapery, lie. Paiier Hanging dona.
p44f
-F. IF".
FORWARDINC
....AND....
mijiERraT.
WHOLESALE DEALER
....IX....
Flour, Grain, & General Merchardise,
TOANO (C.P.K.E.) NEVADA,
Will Receive and Forward Freight In
333
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luo
loo
loo
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Aiu't
Nurlatjf 31 uk- Minkmu Com utata w.
IxNjaliou uf place tiiuiiieiM.. Sau k rmiK-iaouv.
i alifijrnia ; lotaiUue uf wurks, Ely Minimt Dia
trict, J juvulu iwiity. Nevada. Nutioe.
Th. ro am Uwiueut upun the following de
uTibed aiuck, ou a4-eouut of aa-M-asuent lev
led uu the Utb day of May, ls73, the sev
eral aiuouuts sei opnoaite the nautea of the
r-HNH-tive shareholda.'r, 4ha fdtiwn;
No. of
Names. Certihcate.
Arnold J F 5
ftojd l's vim, TrunU-Oav.
Rod J Davis, Truft-m.
lUryd k Da"!, Trui4.
Rivd k Da-is.Trust.--.
lb) d A Davis, Trusteea. . . .'J'-l
lloyd k lavit., Trukte...
Royd A Da1, Truftje.
Royd . lavis, TruMt-e.
Uoyd k DaiM, Tnnti..
BiuyiiKe V W, Trustee. .
Roiiynie C W , Trustee. .
ikiiyue V, W, TnisU-s. .
Ridli iiianU J
hill At Fox, TruriU-es, .
i aiuli k rox, 'mtxtuea . . . .40
Cup ii W, Trustee J74
Cuurs'ii ii A, Tniate 41W
Cit-ary P r, 'u
i
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Nn. of
Miares.
25
J
I Marina K J de Kta, Trutre..7( -.1 li :
j Marina E J de Hta, Trustee.577 .si
J Marina E J de Hta, Trustee. 578 fri l.'i
Marina E J de hta. Trustee. W: . Imi
Marshall llenrj-. Trustee. .11 i.'hj 7."
Meyer A, Trustee JS0 . V ,"ki
Meyer A, Trustee 2S7 ;,n
Meyer .V, Trustee "J8S ;"o
Meyer A, Trustee 7ul 5u
Mayuard L :l.s U ."to
MaynuidL ;t,'i7 lou -"-0
Miiynaiii L ,VH Imi .hi
May lis rd L .i.'i) loo .'n
Msynard I '.Hiu loo .m
MajnardL 1ih .ki
Msynunl L (i.l 7.r 17 .ki
Msynard L .tl-V. X 17.i
Mayers H, Trustee IH Jo lo
1 Mayers 11, Tnintee l"o i rsi
j Mitchell J S, Trustee 4'. 5 a ,'Mi
I Mnecko H ir44 loo ;o
Pichdr H 147 :. 12 ,v
Pichoir H 14 2."i 12 5o
Pichoir H ;id2 12 ,m
Richardson E A, Trustett, . . 7 1 2
Richardson E A, Trustee. . 12 2 'to
Richurtlsou E A, Trustee . . 21 2,h 12-
Richardson E A, Trmdce . . 2. ."ni 2'
Richanlsou E A, Trustee . . ," 2." 12 5o
Richanlsun E A, Trustee .. ti.'i ."m -j.')
V1RTIK OK AK EXE T TION IHittn
uu of the District Court fit and 1 tb
County uf l.im-uln. Mate uf Nevada, and to dm-
dire-tl and ii-uejrf4ira Judni-etai retKlml
in said 0urt. on ib- 7tu day of June, A. D.
lslJ. in taviirof Irank Couk, W.H. Dentucan,
4. A. Turn It. u. P. hImywoasI and W. H. hher
W(ni1 and axaiu-l Fmlt-ni k Vum. Ua theatnu ut
2..thW AH Uamasi-s. ttvetlier with 112 Ui Imx
C4kts and all -Hcruiurf vA, I ltae lrid on tit-
, following pnierty. to wit: That certain w-ni-u
2j 1 twitaltr imUdiui siluaie on that certain lot uti
12 Au ' "M' Malu vt. in the town of
l'J 5o ' P"'hf . ctMiuty uf Luic4)o, iStatt- uf Neala. and
1-j 5-, I bounded u the iH'tltli sale by the pn nnse. w
12 5u I '"I 'i'"1' by A Mi 1 in k 13ro..ud on the north b
7 to t ,mid by . A. Mid lot being u
25 I front on Msiu strvet, and extendi uk hack at
22 5o ' )"! wititU at right auglm tu aaid street SO f-r
12 bo ! B,e "i 1 ami lieiim th premises now uceu
S t P'"' nv d-fetilaut as a odgingbunse.
50 j Notice js hi rrbv given that on aV'ridHy, lh
12 tVi I ',M "a Jl. A. D. Iri7:i. at 12 o . lin k 111..
2 410 1 y,iii s'1' 11 'be null, title and iuUrest of said
; q dff mlaut iu audio the above described property,
12 ro 1 tlM ,,,rt Hinise lmr, in Pha he, at public
2 1 auHion, for cash iu band, to the hijthest and
loo ' bnbiVr. to wtiinfj Kaid exu utiuu and alJ
:Kt Ms. w. K. TU 14, Sherifl.
11 '3 j Wy u H. H Kith mm til, Dput. Jy4-td
vtln July a. iw;ii.
, - ; Notice to Lien Holders.
list I
27 io I IS' THE IU STRUT i Ol'RT OF TDK
jo J Kt-venth Judu-ial District, in and fur Lincoln
k t'atunty. htte or Nevada. o. P. shsrwotsl and
itt W. H. Sherwosl. plaintiOK, against Uetrge S .
'ii j 4'ofb-e. defe ndant.
2r( Notice is In n by gAui thst O. p. Siierwoo.1
2, auilU. H. Hlierwoud, plaint ins above luinit-d,
i;t "j i have ciuiiuitieeil an n'tion in the bo eiiti.
5 ; lied Court salnst the defendant alsive uaineii
2 fWi to enforce a lieu for the sum of seven hundred
A 7." j ami twenty 11 ml 7t)-luu rbdlsrs, gold inin, aiol
12 An intfrest thereuu from iho2.th day of Novt-ni-1
2fl Is r, A l. is"2, at the rate itf ten i'r cent. i-r
2-f j aiiuniu. against that er-rtain woiwleu buildni;!
jo t ami the ht on which the same stands, situated
o uu that eft-tain Kint-t tiumiug easterly aim
bo . wi hlerly, ami Is int; north of JWiue k Deb
o i nuin's rurml and fed stable, anil being the
2. j prcmitw'ft now ecupii d by sail! ti. W. t otlee as a
12 -o i n-hidt nee, in Hi.- tuttii 'if Piis be. unity of Lin
.m , i-ohi.Ntat.of Nevada, hsid lieu ts claimed undi r
and by virtue of so Aet of the l-etfislattm- of the
:i T.'i : rtjjtc of NYvuda, apj)i-oved March 4th, A. b.
1 '-' 1 IsTl: and all jhtwjus holding; or claiming lieur.
12. '10 ; ajjuinst sanl pre.misea under the provisions of
ii hi nn( Ai t. an hei-eliy not 1 tied to be and appsr
7 tM f.if.' saiil 1 '011 it, Ht the Court-house, in the
town or PiiM'he, in said eouniy.on Friday ,
the Int daysf AhusI, A. D. 1T;(. at lu
7 Vi n't-pH'k a. 111. of said day the sumo being a ds
i' 01 1 m-uerat u-nu 01 said Court ami to exhibit
-" j then and tin-re tin: proof of their said liens as
11 .'mi pttr'ideil in said Art.
I- ; A ii I nil liens not then so exhibited and pro veil
1 will lie dti und wstved in tavurof those liens
12. in t-Ttlnloti d ninl pioeti. as in said Actprovided.
" Sti i, P. HHEHWOOU ami
. 12 . H. SlIEUWODD.
12 fMi I'iiii-he, Nevstiii. July ii. laT6.
" lly RtsHnr k Sus. plaint itta aMnmeys.
jrv-lawow
Notice to Creditors.
IN TI1K MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ED
WARD o HARE. deceased. Notice ishereb)
given by the undersigned. Executor of the last
will :m. t.-tsiiieit of EDWARD O HARE.de
eenw'd, to 1 lie creditors of, and all irsons having
claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them,
with Ibe necessary vouchers, within ten months
after the tirsi publication of this notice, to ths
said Executor, at the law other) of Bishop A: bs
bin, in the city of Pioche, Lincoln county,
N"'Vdii.
Dated Pioeue June is. A. D. 173.
JOHN DONAHUE,
l.xcciitor of the lust Will and Testament
of Ldward O Hart, deceased.
I'.HHoe k Habin, Att'ya tor Executor. je'29-4w
11. l
I S3,
13 W
DK.VLUl IX
CLOTHING,
ASl)
Gent-' Furnishing Goods
WIIOI.fcSAl.K AM) HKTAIl.
Ilil.k Hullillliit, lalll Shrrl,
j ji-10ir Niar Meadow Valley.
V
:;7 .ki
12 M)
12 'si
12 ro
12 ;
7 irti
l.To
2 .10
:I7 ')
Ut 2.i
12 5o
12 Tmi
1 00
SherwfMsl B F, Trustee. . . .:U7 7.
bcotleld J M tilt', ;ioo
S.-hoi itt C A. Trustee r'.S "
Thompsou U H, Trustee. .'. ,7"i
Tarisjy M ri7S 'M j
VuucntCbM, Trustee :." 2."t
Vinzent Chas, Trustee :t7 .'."
Vinzeut Chas, Ttttsteo tin? :i
Wissls k Freeboru, Trust. .174 w
Woods k Froeborn, Tnwt...vii Ion
Woods k Freeboru, Trust . . 57 1 1 h .
Woods F H, Trustee
Woods F H, Trustee 4H7 lo
WollebE 47S 7.'i
WulU b E 47 J
And in aoconUuce with law and an
the board of Directors, made on the
of May, 1K73, so many shares ot ei
eel of said stock ns may be uecissavy will
be sold at public auctiou, at. the ofllco of the
tWimpany, Room 3. N0.4RI California street, San
Francisco, CaL, on Friday, the lhllt tiny f
July, 18711, at the hour of ;J o'clock p. iu. of said
tlay, to pay said delinquent assessment thereon,
together with costs of advertising and expenses
of Side.
T. W. COLRCHN.Mecrrliry.
Office: Room 3, No. 419 California street, ton
Francisco, Cal. .U'2-td
12 M
;(7 .Vi
12
onler (rf
t4th tlay
ich liar.
Dividend Notice.
'HE STtK'KHOLDEHS tF THE STATE
HANK OF NEVADA are hereby notified
tliut at the reeuiar monthh meetiiiii of the
1 Fi-ardof Directors, heiii ou the 2d iusl., a dij
deud was titii'lared for the month of June ol
Tun Mild One-half per Ceui.
Ou the amount of capital stock puid in. payable
at the Hank in I'nitrd Htates yold coiuouth
Rrth lust. 4.1 V TllOliPE. Rank Manager,
l'loeiif, July y, i7;i. jytd
ADOLPH COHN & BRO.,
HrCcKSfcORS TO M, COHN,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
CIGARS and TOBACCO
And evcryihiuK ele appcrtaiuiiiK tu an ehlaL
liHbuient of tliat kind.
All ai-i'ouuta dut' M. CuLu are payable 1utUr
mideraigueU. AUOlJ'll COHN 4l PKU.
Pim-lir, lieeanihrr 13, 187J. d.a-u'
A Valuable Invention!
AN F.NTIliELV EW
Sewing Machine!
FOlt DOMESTIC IKK.
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS.
j Ti'.k :U I'e Pa'.en. Sutton Hall V:it;.
I Thi Mist Simple asd Ccaact ia Cs&muetto..
Tci i,o:t Jurat It nd Xco&c&;l ia Use.
A k'sdal sfComtiaea S'.naftli --i B:aut;,
Complete in all it parts, uses Uu- Htraipht i'yr
Pointed Needle, Self Threading, direct upngi-i
Pimitive Mot'uu, New Tension. Melf Feed and
Cloth tinnier. Operates by Wheel aud on a
Table. Lijht RuiiuiUM, 81110th and noiseless
like all good high priced machines. Hub patent
check to prevent the wheel being turned the
wrong way. I'wsthe thread direct from the
spool. Mutes the Elastic Lock stitch (finest and
strongest stitch known;) firm, durable, cIom
aud rapid. Will do all kinds of work, tine and
coarse, iron. Cambric to heavy (. loth or Leatlur,
and uses all descriptions of thread.
The best mechanical talent iu America am!
Euroc, has been devoted to improving ami
simplifying our Machines, combining unlytlmt
which is practicable, and dispensing with all
complicated sttrrouudiiius genera lly found in
other machines.
Special terms and extra inducements to male
and female agents, store keepers, Ac, who will
establish agencies through the country and keep
our new machines ou exhibition aud sal.-.
County ritihts given to smart agent free.
Agents' complete outfits furnished without any
extra charge, ttample of sewing, descriplivt?
circulars uotitaininK terms, testinionlsls engrav
ing. e Sent free.
Address.
BROOKS SEWING MACHINE CO.,
No. 1329, Broadway,
New York..
POND, REYNOLDS & CO.,
IMI'OHTKRS JOuBEHS OF
WINES Sc. LIQUORS,
ai l California St., San Franclaca.
Sole Agenta for Pacific Ooaat for Q. O. Blaaa a
Co.' a our toon County Kentucij Whiakisa.
.. l7.i ........ ,
ALL PARTS OF EASTERN NEVAOA
... .AUD. ...
Idaho Territory,
V7ITH DISPATCH AJTD AT LOWEST
W Going Ratea. Mark Oooda
"Can V. P. Man, Toane, Nevrada."
H. A. BRUNSER, Agent Rt Pioche.
mrtO-tf
BOILER and ENGINE
POR SA.X.B3.
A BOILER AND ENGINE, SUITABLE FOB
tolating worka.
TO THE PUBLIC.
I11AVE BEEN SOLE TRADER FOR FOI K
years: have done a good deal of business for
many years; have kept uiy private, separate
Eroperty for many yearn before I married Mr.
oscher; have, done business with all the best
banker aml merchants on the Pacific coast, aud
never owed a two-bit piece dnring that time, I
was sued a year ago for a bill nf goods during my
absence from Pioche, that waa ordered aud
shipped in Mr. Doscher'a name. A Com. slim an 1
named Joe Opie bought Mr. Dose her out before
be went to Arizona. Opie leased the lower part
of my house, in which heopenedasaloon. Three
weeks after Mr. Doscher left for Arizona, the li
quors ordered by him arrived, t'nder false pre
tense Joe Opie took possession of the liquor, aud
disposed of them in various ways, 1 was sued
for the above liquors, ordered without my
knowledge, and i0u rents due me, attached
and held for one year by John Kane, then Hheriff
of this county; and at the present time no so.
count can be given of the money, and all the
satisfaction that I can get, ia, that Kane paid it
out for" buggy hire to Wes, Travis, the present
Sheriff.
1 shall leave for San Francisco In a few days.
and during my absence H. M. Barnes will act as
uiy agent.
jy2-lm MRS. DOSCHEU.
t
.IT.!
ur nnvnva
u, 4m. vvi4i a,
Al laarwood a Lusaka, Yard.
For Sale.
1TALUABLE PROPERTY ON THE EAST
V ida of Pioche atreet. at the junction of
Laoour. Lot 3& feet by 75 (eat. Houae ele
gantly funuened.
for particular, apply to
B. B. BEEAKSV
SROUFE, SWEENEY & CO.,,
Oommissiou Merchants
AXD
Wholesale Dealers in Provisions,
NO. 4M1 FRONT STREET, SAN 1'ltANClSCu.
JACOBS k SULTAN.
Pioche A Bullionville.
WaOLKMALS AKD Kcxail Dealem in
GENERAL MERCHANDISE, ETC.
Particular attention paid to
COUNTRY ORDERS.
noltf
Noath Hide Mlnlnir Comimiav. Xo-
tir ia hereby given that at a meeting of In?
TniKtoea uf aaid tkimpauy, h.ld on the 5th dav
of July, 1KT3. an ameaameut (No. 5) of two anil
a uaii oenta per anare waa levied upon the capi
tal atock of aairt Ouuipany, payable immediately
iu i nmxi atatea gold coin, to the Mecretary of
aald Company, at bin office in Main alreet, cor
ner Lacour Btroet.
Au atwk upuu which aaid aNieaameut shall
remain unpaid on Wedneaday, tli iltli of Au
iruat. 1873. ahall be deemed delinquent, ar.d
will be duly advertiaed for aale at pabllo aur.
tion, and unleaa payment ahall be made before
will be aold on Nalarday, tJlo Ui day uf
H-ptmaber, 18T:i, to pay tha delinquent ae
aeaament, together with coata of advertiaius
and exlieuaea of tho aalo.
lly order of the Board of Trurteea.
JyfMd . W. EKKA.N '1. Secretary.
' Lost,
ON THE FOURTH OP JULY, A SIX.
SHOOTER. A liberal reward, will be paid
lor Ita miua to Uua oSioa. , Ja-aa

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