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DAILY RECORD
JIXV SJ. 1873
RECORD BUSINESS OFFICE
MOVKD.
HE-
Tlie Business Office of the Fiocbi
Da.i Eecobd will be hereafter in the
office of H. K. Brealey, nt Michael's
cigar store, Miiin street, opposite
Meaelow Valley.
LEGAL DfTIES.
Tax Woodville hoisting works wore
well-nigh covered with attachments on
the night of the 21st. On the forenoon
of the 22d the Justice of Gold Hill issued
24 attachments. The first suit issued on
the 21st was by Captain Sam Curtis for
f 1,500 for services as foreman.
Thi construction of the new school
building connected with St. Mary's
School in Virginia City, is being pushed
forward rapidly. It is expected that the
building will be ready for occupation at
the commencement of the next term.
The Virginia and Gold Hill Water
Company are pushing forward the con
struction of their new acqueduct with all
possible dispatch.
An Extern p.ipci says, in reference to
the Stokes ce, that "since our greut
lawyers have become the allies of the
criminol.'aud have interposed their legal
nt.ilitu oraati liim f.mn ...a nn
quences of his crime, they are equally TelCJOTlHC DiSDiltfllCS.
responsible with rum and rowdyism for "
the present disregard of human life."
This Tiew of the case is illogical in the
highest degree. A lawyer cannot fairly
be charged with n moral offense simply
bectuso he presents the case of an ae- i
cus-'il mail iu its b. st possible aspect.
Not only is he free from censure for so
eloiii, but a failure to do so would cover
him with disgrace amou the proft-ssiou
and iu the- community. He is not, as
many see-m to think, obliged to do dis
honorable acts to savtt a client from the
law's vengeance. He is bound to do for
his client legally what th- client would
do for himself if he had the lawyer's
tact acid skill. The State Las a paid
attorney to prosecuto those charged with
rrime, and it would be a mockery of jus
tice to conire-l a layman to tntcr upou
liii own defense, while a skilled lawyer
wis paid to pros cute him. The law's
aim is to protect the inuoevut as well as
t.i punish the gaiity; hence the right and
justice of allowing every one accused an
opportunity to make the b? t possible
legal defense.
itwi.iioiD mkkti.nu
On Tuesday last a meeting was htlj at
Lehi to make arrangements for the con
tinuation of the I'tah Southern K.iilroud.
Krigham Young called the met ting to
order, and stated that thtj iron had been
secured to complete the road to Provo.
We copy from the Salt Lake Herald, as
follows:
SPKCIAI. TO THE PIOtHk' DAII.T EKOORD.
Eastern Dispatches.
Baltimokk, July 25.
The tire was under control at 2 p. m.
Loss estimated by several parties ot
$300,000. The loss falls principally on
dwellings. There were about a dozen
business places destroyed, amoug them
one sash and blind factory, dress nnd
cloak establishment, fancy goods, sewing-machine
store, cigar, paint and tailor
shops, and one saloon and restaurant.
Many of the houses on Clay street were
frame and two-story brick buildings.
The residences of A . S. Abel, proprietor
of the Knu, Jno. S. Hopkins and Prof.
X. 11. Smith were saved by men with
fire extinguishers. St. Stephen's Church
escaped. The Orphan Asylum of St.
Alphouso's School was almost entirely
destroyed. The cathedral escaped, but
valuable residences near it were de
stroyed. With the exception of those on
Clav street all the dwellings destroved
belonged to wealthy persons.
New York, July 20.
A llaltimoie special says the fire in
several portions of the burned district,
swept rapidly through the roofs and
left the lower portion of whole rows
scarcely damaged. This is deemed to be
caused by the large number of shingle
PBMBtM i TiVtMVftmtrrtsneER
Bradley commenced to day. Judge Dui- j ""''I 'n payiug off the soldiers iu Ari- !
geriield and Dr. McLean testified a -aini ",KUU. Wa.biugtou Territory, i
M . . ... .. , ; etc, mi.l In the ivucmptioa r.f worn out
Bradkey. that in their opinion bis mode currency, which will be taken back to
of instruction nru wrong, calculated to Washington. Sao. Record, Suly 2'2d. I
retard progress and discourage the hii.U. ; Tug Legislative Journals of the last !
tiou of his pupils. j,,,, prined aua touud jn Ul fnrm j
Fleasaxtox, Cat., July 2C. j as per law and custom piovided, have
Abont 2 o'clock this afternoon a tiro j dehvereil to the Secretary of State
broke out in the buihlinc. -.ni.t i, i b-v s,ute P'inter Putnam.
the Central Pacific Eailroad Coiuimnv.
deatroyiug both ti.u freight and passen
ger depot. The origin of the fire is as
yet unknown, but it is supposed to have
been caused by some men who had taken
refuge from the beat under the freight
depot, and doubtless iu lighting a pipe,
caused the fire. The trains were for
some hours interrupted, but as soon as
the intense heat had parti illy snlwided,
the track was gotten in order. The
Western Union Telegraph office was iu a
dangerous condition, but by streiinous
efforts was saved. Both companies, wires
were for a time prostrated, but commu
nication is re established, and by to
morrow we will have everything iu work
ing order. The loss cannot be estimated
at present.
Skittle, W. T., July 20. j
Articles of incorporation of Seattle and j
Walla Walla B tilroad Company have
been filed, with a capital of 510,000,000.
The object of the company is to construct j
a railroad from S ttle to Walla Walla.
The large donation of laud offered the
X. P. 11. B. by the citizens of this county
as an inducement for that company to
locate their terminus at this place, will be
given to the Seattle & Walla Walla Company.
Ssistaw," writing from Patagonia,
says: "The Indians live on game os
triches, gnanaca, a species of deer, and
othei animals. They are large, well
made, anil seem to enjoy life. I nt
some ostrich meat a few days ago; it
tastes something like our prairie hen,
but it is better. The eggs, which are
about five times as large as a goose ecg,
are also good for breakfust."
Tukkk is a Morniou church or syna
gogue at Frauktown, iu which the disci
ples of Joe Smith, or Latter Day Saints,
occasionally hold religious services. Six
families living in Washoe Valley still ad
here to the doctrines promulgated by
Brigham Young.
A novel building association, having
two hundred members, has lately been
started at Stanford, Connecticut. Each
member pays iu $3 per week, and as fast
as the houses are built, lots are drawn to
determine who shall be possessor. The
process is continued till all members of
the association are supplied with houses.
jjoots, a0r5, gtf.
MURPHY . SULLIVAN.
Premium Boot Makers,
XSXr hOOK TO LYNCH'. CHOP BGl'SK.
Meadow Valley h.tret-1.
o
FF11U TO THE
PEOPLE OP PIOCHE
.STOCK, VORK.Sl AXMilP AXU FIT,
'they rim get Urrr or on tbe cutst. All kiiid
of ttuut, tfinx-a an) Oiitprs, t-weil, iK-yt-U,
fwrvweri Jtfifl clianmi nailed.
Our Custom Kip Boot can 't bt Lett.
gusitusis tfarfis.
U. S. PATENTS FOIl
MINERAL LANDS.
N. WESCCATT,
H AVISO 4VKT RKCEIVEP THE APPOINT
lut-iit of U. S. Uvpuiy Mim-ml hurv-yor
Uv tin? Uitr.ct uf Liucoaii Couuty, urreby pivt
nolle to U owbt-w uf uiliuuif cl-iUiH aiitl will
sitn, Kintal wilU in tlit Couury, thut hf in now
prt-patvU to execute the ti'very tiurwyi. re
quired by law, ftT parties who amy b- atnimna
of aecuriiiK tlitir vlaiiua by a alciit from tbe
Governtueut. All tbe uceMary tnformati u a
to tbe rt-quimt iireliuiiiiary att-pa will be attonl
ed on applymg to Uie above, at lit omcr on
Meailow Valley atreet, iiuuieU4lly bloW the
ak-iMlow Valley Lfuiup Uouao
. K. Mr. Weacoatt will eotitinw to wv liia
bfnt atteutiun to wiiiiux survey iujf audeiiiif
taring: " mra-if
i
av ltepulriiia'
luinuvr.
dune tn the ueatcst
Nothila but Frvlirfa leather Uied.
IV defy t'uiUltltiou. je'iti.tf
Foreign News.
roofs, wliieh are so eieeedinrdv ilrv na n
William .leuiiiuiis, i'resideut of the : i:i. .. i ti.i ... ,,. ...
( ...... -..j
j actually crossed over streets iu which
i engines continued to work, and left a
portion of the. brigade workin;
road, then in a brief speech set forth the
advantages which would accrue to Utah !
county by the bunding of the road, and
referred e.-ptciaily to the benefits arising '
to the Tenitory from being able to eon- j
trol the trade of Southeastern Nevada; ;
yet tvulesH this road was built the Tern- i
tory would lose it. lie said there were
quit-1 a number of shares of the stock of :
Hie Utah Southern Kuilroad for elistnbu-
tiun to those in the county Mho desired !
it. and explained the very lib -ral terms
on which it could he obtained, while it
London, July
Wm. H. Whalley, member of l'urlia
ment for Peterborough, and a prominent
fiieud of the Tichborne claininut, will
soon proceed to the United Slate s for
the purpose of soliciting suhse'riptions
to enable the claimant to defray expenses
incurred ou his trial.
St. l'KTBiisiit-Eo, July L'li.
The (jovernmeiit has received a dis
patch from Gen. Kaufman, announcing
that the treaty between Russia and Khiva
has been signed. The Khan promises to
pay Uussia 2,000,000 roubles and abolish
capital punishment in bis dominions.
In return for this Russia guarantees the
independence of the Khanite. The
iu the i CZ:ir's troops will occupy Khiva till the
very center of the burning blocks. Tne
water was so nearly exhausted before the
fire was under control, as to make it
neet snry to dam up water and so supply
some fire engines. The casualties were
of no importance, except the case of
Sister Einaluia, u nun iu the convent of
con in Ol p.,i,i lor in gra.lmg, tielug, I St. Alphonso's Church, who died from
bndgo building eir other labor on tie I , . t c .
road. Hons. A. O. Siuoe.t, David Evans I ir'KU- T firemen wt-r0 luJured by
L. t. Harringon end G-k Halliilav "le explosion of a steamer, but they will
prominent gentlemen of Utah county,
spoke warmly in favor of the propositie'm
and prospect.
t K regret to le;iru from
western e xchanges, that our
low-citizen. M. C. t.'rosbv
three years ao went to the fur west
pursuit of fortnue, and settli d at Camp
Halleck, Nevada, in a recent difficulty
into which he was unfortunately drawn,
hilled one of his adversaries, and is at
pres-nt iui'loseqnarters at Elko, Nevada.
Toor Charley I wo sympathize with him.
He is a man ol high mettle, but a more
honorable, magnanimous spirit than his
never tilled the breast of a human being.
In social relations he was as gentle as a
child, ami we know that nothing short of
inevitable circumstances could have
driven him to resistance so violent. We
e oi say that his fri- n Is here, and their
nine is legion, will watch the progress
of his trial with the deepest interest.
We copy the foregoing paragraph
from the Memphis (Tonn.) Appeal, of
July IU, but we urn unable to throw any
light upon the subject. Perhaps the
Elko Independent has all needed infor
mation. If any of our readers know
anything of the circumstances, we would
of course be glai to hear of it.
probably recover
Judge llcCue buiil yesterday about
; the Brooklyn Trust Company, that a
inn- of our statement of its condition is being pre
t'ormer fel- ! p ired far publication, and would be ready
who some i this moraine:. He said the statement
would show a deficit of not over $225,
000, all of which will be made up by the
stockholders, if not recovered from the
estate of the late President, Mills.
The umpire in the Colle'ge Tiegatta,
Springfield, says: "Owing to the fact
that only six of the eleven judges have
seen fit to make a report, viz: the judgeB
for Yale, Wesleyan, Harvard, Amherst,
Columbia and Dartmouth, I shall refuse
to award any other positions than those
airea.iy awarelect lain tirst, WcsIevauJ
secoud, Harvard third. The honor of
fourth place being claimed by the juelges
for Amherst, Columbia and Dartmouth,
respectively, I shall be obliged to leave
tlieni to ' tight it out on that line if it
takes all summer.' "
Bai-timokk, July 20.
This morning's Sun estimates the loss
by tho fire yesterday at $500,000, and
states that good judges place the damage
I MPKOvtMKNTs. Messrs. i as low as between $300,000 and 100.000.
The Gazette estimates it at from $500,
000 to StiOO.000, and the American says
it will closely approximate to $1,000,000.
Boston, July 2G.
a euspatcn irom rortlaud, Me., says a
fire this forenoon destroyed the car,
paint, tin and repair shop, one locomo
tive, two tenders and other small build
ings of the Grand Trunk r,ailroad. Loss
$50,000; insurance $100, 000.
war indemnity is paid. A portion of the
territory oi the Khanite is to be given to
Bokhara for assistance rendered to the
Russian troops.
FiuNKFonr, July 2G.
Fifty of the persons who participated
in the beer riots in this city several
mouths ago, have been convicted and
sentenced to prison for terms rancinir
from niue months to four years. j
Madkid, July 20. ;
Coutreras, commanding the rebels in
Carthugena, threatens to seize all Ger- j
man ships now lying in the harbor of j
that port unless the Vigilante, captured '
by a German luau-of-war, is restored to 1
the insurgents. There is a rumor, which
needs confirmation, that the German
Consul nt Carthagena has been nrrested
by the insurgents nnd is detained as a
hostage.
ULKA.M.UK t'KOJI KXl'UA.VUF.S.
H. M. Baenks, Notary Public, and
Commissioner of Deeds for California
anel Utah. General business and real es
tate agent. Collections made at reasoua- I
ble rates and proceedspromptly remitteel.
Office: Next door to the Postofliee, !..
com street, I'ioe-he, Nevada.
Wk would cull the attention of our
readers to the advertisement in another
column of the Brooks Sewing A.achine
Co., of New York; they advertise, what is
indeed a valuable invention, a first-class
sewing machine for five dollars.
ioa Kent. After Sunday next th
building now occupied ns a printing office,
upper Maiu street, will be for rent.
Apply nt the Kkcohd office.
Kkno! Frank Black has removed his
keuo game to P. J. II. Smith's saloon,
Lacour street. Drop in and take a curd.
Open every evening at 8 o'clock.
A new circulating library, imported ci
gars, tobacco, stationery und confection
ery at J. Levin k Co.'s, opposite Hamil
ton's saloon, Main street.
Foil IIknt. Building adjoining the
Dexter stables, now used as a barber
shop. Apply to W. S. Travis.
The Sau Jose Barber Shop has re
opened. Shaving 25 cents; hair cutting
50 cents.
Huiuetliiiitf new red, white and
lilueCnl. Misslnn flannel uiidernhirls
and drawers i.OU at Anhiin c Itro.
Fob the very best of dental work go to
F. C. Nichols, Dentist, Maiu street.
Paper cnllnrt ltyrnntc or Khukspe
rean 25 e-iaiu per box al Ashim it liru.
Who don't know that the rheupeat
tore In low n la N, Ashlul & Hni'i J
l.hien Nulla ronta, punts nnd .veal
oiil .-, at !. Aahhn C Hrn a.
Piokekii Xkws DliroT, Main street C.
Wiederhold.
Go to Alexanders' for your drugs. '
S. ASIIIM k BRO.
Chfviot Linen Shibts, ?2; worth $:l.
8. ASHIM k KKO.
Krknlh Carbimfiie Pants, fa 50; w,.rtii til.
S. ASIIIM BRO.
l(I..ee:K FaeiCK BriTH, $40; worth fSO.
8. AMIIM DUO.
Blce, Bkown asp Black Beaws Sciti. $iJ
evnrth tan.
MIHOALl k O'TOOLE !
....Can be found at..,.
THKlll NTAXD OX MA1X KTI1KKT, j
And have iu utore a
FULL AKD COMPLETE STOCK1
Of tht following gooda;
Readv-made Clothinir,
DRY GOODS,
Boots, Shoes,
MATS AND CAPS.
Auet Full Line uf
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
....INl'IA"TIN.....
Suits Made to Order,
....OF AM
OASSIMEES.
U'hleli will ! Sold
VERY LOW FOR CASH.
re of h FirHt-H-luaH ( utter itn.l Fitter.
jalMf
E. B. Morr. Jn.,
SniTwiiifiifu.
C. H. Fish, John O. Mmtt, ,
MOTT, FISH & CO.,
Meadow Valley st.
PIOCHE .... NEVADA,
IMP OUTERS
And Dealers in
HARDWARE,
3IILL 1D MLL GOODS.
Dnpout's BlastiEg Powder,
Giant Fowiier and Cans,
Candles M Fuse,
Blacksmith's Hardware,
Iron and Steel,
S -3? O ST 33 JS ,k
A.Xld
Tinware.
fc-4-tf
ExTf.NfilVE
alKer isro a iiave completed an extcu
siem uf -IHsWJ feet, tlirc- torics Lili,
forming the foot of an L to the umiu
bttilUinii, running north and south. The
new iiilelitiou is ele-vote-el to their whole
sale busine ss, the first floor being occu
pied with groceries, a neat sample office
elivieling the present whelesnle from the
retail groce Tie s. The second floor is de
voted to dry goods, clothes and white
goods, with a line carpet room at tbe
north end; ami tho third floor is tilled
with lighter articles of general merchan
dise. The firm has a Very large stock of
goods on hand, in tbe various lines of
merchandise; their jilace is lighted up
with the city gus, and the budding, its
immense and varied assortment of mer
chandise, with the taste manifest iu the
general arrangement, would make it a
credit to any city iu the country. Salt
Lake Herald.
People's Ticket in Salt Lake. The
Herald flies the following nt its miist-h-ad:
Genkiial Election People's Ticket.
Commissioners to locate unive rsity lauds
John Van Colt, Lewis S. Iliils and
lohn Eowberry. Councilors for Salt
Lake, Tootle and Summit counties
Wilton! Woodruff, William Jennings,
Wm. II. Hooper and John T. Caine.
Selectman for Salt Lake county Elijah
11. Wheiler. Coroner for Salt Lake
county (Jeorge J. Taylor.
Wm. H. Hooper, one of the nominees
for Councilor, is the ex-Delegate to Con
gress, and was with Tom Fitch elected
United States Senator from the embryo
State of Deseret.
Tub late Gustavo Hose, the eminent
German chemist and mineralogist, was
an old coadjutor of Humboldt. The de
ceased was bom at Berlin in 1798. He
studied chemistry in its application to
mineralogy iu the, laboratory of the cele
brated Berzelins at Stockholm. In 1820
he accompanied Humboldt in his explor
ation of Northern Asia. He wrote sev
eral treaties on mineralogy and chem
istry, the most noted of which is the
"Elements ot Crystallography."
A consignment of three hundrtd and
forty-nine barrels of the sweepings of
the Mint was shipped to New York on
Saturday by the ship " General McClel
lan," for reduction. These sweepings
often contain a large percentage of gold
and silver, and are consequently gath
ered carefully by the porters.
Ws would rather suffer the nnjnst
censure of one man than incur the right
eous displeasure pf a whole community.
Pacific Coast.
San Fbancisco, July '20.
The Liberal Keformers last night nom
inated Captain J. McDonald lor Mayor;
Monroe Ashbury, Auditor; Wm. Harney,
County Clerk; Alex. Austin and Caleb T.
Fay, Tax Collectors; P. Crowley, Chief
of Police; T. Owens, Sheriff; T. J.
White, James Adams, James Laidly, and
others of less prominence, were candi
dates for Superintcndant of Public
Schools; James Dennian, District Attor
ney; D. J. Murphy and T. P. Kyan,
City Surveyors; City Attorney W. C.
Burnett.
a ninawoman, name unknown, com
mitted suicide by taking a large dose of
opium. Jealousy of another female
heathen is the alleged cause.
San Francisco, July 2G. Evening.
The funeral of Eussell took place to
day from the Howard-street Presbyterian
church. The church was filled, many
being unable to gain admission. The
body was viewed by the congregation
The services were conducted by Revs
Dodge and Williams.
Number of deaths bere during the
week, 5G 3 by accident, 3 suicides, 1
homicide.
At 3 p. m. the thermometer reached
78 degrees in the shade.
A delegation of merchants and bank
ers waited on Mayor Alvord to-day, urg
ing him to accept the nomination of the
Taxpayers. He firmly refused, saying he
had had enough of public life.
It is currently reported that Laura D.
Fair recently made $30,000 in stock spec
ulations. At the Mint to-day 70,000 new trade
dollars were struck off.
The investigation into the discipline
and course of instruction of boys of the
high school, and into the special qualifi
cations and disqualifications of Principal
William Cnutr, whoso case has been
on trial in the District Court, for killiug
Robert W. Beiief'iel nt Mineral City some
weeks ago, was acquitted on the charge.
The evidence, went to establish the fact
that Crnry acted solely in defense, and
was justified iu the act under the circum
stance. The jury were out but ten min-
j utes. There is a moral to be drawn from
I this case, which would be well for pas
I sionatu and unruly natures to remember;
I which is, never to allow evil passiems to
I gain comple te control of our calmer judg
ment, when a difference arises on mat
ters of small importance. Had the par
ties to the trouble, originating iu family
misunderstandings, consulted their bet
ter natures auel explained mutters with
out giving veut to angry nud unseemly
worels and actions, Benetiel would have
been alive to-day nud Crary been relieved
from a load which must hereafter be a
heavy burden through his whole life.
White Pine News.
Dan Mourns, the enterprising livery
man, is about establishing a line of stages
to Troy District, which will be iu run
ning order about the 1st of August. Iu
a short time there must be ccmsiderable
travel that way. as the splendid mill be
longing to the English Company operat
ing there will be started this season and
make things lively. White Pine News.
Since our last isue renewed activity
has been manifest among our merchants
and othejs on Maiu street, and new
houses are springing up, as by uiHgic, ou
every lot. Iu the course of two or three
weeks people will wonder where the fire
was, and what new town is being built
up. Old residents would scarcely know
the place; in fact the fire, through the
indomitable energy of our people, seems
to have increased our prosperity instead
of diminishing it. While Pine Jews.
A LirrLK girl aged five years, daughter
of Mr. Aver-ill, had tho misfortune to
break her right leg between the knee and
ankle, at Alexander's mill, above Crystal
Peak, Suuday night. Sue was plaving
with Mr. Rhoades' little girl, made a
mistep, and fell. Dr. Bergman was tele
graphed for and went up und set the
broken bone, and the little sufferer is
doing as well as could be expected under
the circumstances. Reno Journal.
Hakkt Smith, convicted of the crime
of grand larceny on Treasure Hill, was
sentenced to one year's imprisoument;
G. Mitchell and Charles Wray (colored),
for housebreaking, one year each, and
W. U. Bethards, for murder in the sec
ond degree, 15 years. All went to Car
son yesterday in charge of a Deputy
Sheriff. This is quite an invoice from a
peaceable county. White Pine News.
At an election for Mining Recorder of
White Pine District, held at Treasure
Hill ou the 21st instant, Justice ot the
Peace J. L. Reibertson was elected
unanimously to fill that office. A glance
at bis neatly kept office on the Hill as
sures us that he is the right man in the
right place. White Pine News.
A BPECIAI. car from the Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad came through yesterday,
attached to the regular train, in charge
cf J. R. Dukehart, of that road. It had
on board $8,000,000 in greenbacks, in
charge of Colonel Frank Jones, of the
Redemption Bureau at Wast.ington, wrho
bad with him eight clerks from that De
partment. The car was accompanied by
a guard of ten soldiers, under Captain
Devan, TJ. 8. A. The greenbacks are to
'59. "78,
Pioneer Store!
Pioneer Store!
FI.YNN In Pinche. July -ill, Elizabeth, eUuKhte-r
nt Amlrew and Luey Te-ruea Flynn.
The funeral will takei place at 3 o'clock this
afternoon from the Catholic Church.
(nothing, ?tr.
San Francisco Restaurant
AND
Clio jp IIouso,
Meadow Valley street, ueit door
s.
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s.
ASHIM
ASHIM
ASHIM
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BRO.
BRO.
BRO.
SoutL of Travis Droit. Stable.
Cilbfrtvtl fc Brluavhttr, Proprietors j
Frrnh Oyster in evi-ry Btyle. j
Open day and uisht tot the ac.-oiuiuotliitioii ot 1
the public. n22-tt'
ANNOUNCEMENT !
Ik:: the Field for the Great b !
JACOB CO Kltf,
Tht C'humiiion Clothing and Dry
Uoodn Morclmiit of XeralH.
"Selling Out" tnDi to List Long!
I WILL SELL MY ENTIRE STOCK
Cheaper nil ri nrn Cheaper
r UI1LHI Lll
Spring Stock I
New Goods!
Daily Arrivals!
READY-MADE CLOTHING!
Melt's and Boya'
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS,
Cents' Furnishing Goods
OI' THK LATKNT ST VI. KM !
JAS. S. SMITH & CO.,
STOCK BROKERS,
.MAl.X STIttT, .
Tlkr Doora Bflow 'llsj, sKaruu W to.,
PiocJio, KTov.
l:HV AMI SKI. I. STOCKS
' Mi'lc-tly ou 'oininiftMtm.
.
Sou fr'raiiritaa UroLerwi
MfKitra. UOOtS & I'HKICUOK.X.
K. CAHILI. ct. W. rnx
0AHILL 4 POX,
STOCK BROKERS.
W MONTllelMKPY 8T11KKT,
lurUi hu Fruneiae-o, Cat. Lti
J O HiNMROEDERr
HTONK HTORE, WEST MUE LACOt lt KTIIEET,
PIOCHE CITY. NEVADA,
Dealer in Groceries, Pro
visions and General
Merchandise.
HiKhe.t prlee i.ai.i for Country Produce, mh-Ii
aa Potatoes, Ekkb, Butter, etr. Jert-tl
UNDKHTAKEH.
RUNKIVOOD AND JIKTAl-cr-Tka
l.l CAS KM coUKlaully oi.Ci;.--
hand.
bee-ial Attention (.liven to the
Shipment uf Rutlta Kaeat or U'r.t.
A SPLENDID HEARSE
Alwuya in Atnmlaiice. fiii
IiT& lichteksteis,
AUCTION AND COMMISSIOK MERCHANTS,
B1U0K RCILDING. LAUOl'K STltEET
Ot T DOOli SAI.KK IT.OMl'Tl.Y ATTKXDIJl TO
A Vt'TION HAIJiS EVERY EVENING. KVEUY
J decriition of merehaiHliHe Mien ai Hold
Kid Silver Jewelry. Watebm, LlothiiiK and J ur
llMiiiiH (iood. etc.
SV Oooda at Private aale at Auetiou Kate, "vs
E. A. FARGO & CO.",
IMPORTERS & JOEEERS
- OF
BRANDIES, WINES
Ana LIQtJOIlS,
Front at., Corner Commerrlnt at.,
SAIST FRANCISCO.
aeSH-tf
HARRISON BROS.,
....DKALKUa IX....
Furniture and Bedding
Carneta, Wall Fnprr, l.lnlnir, Doora
and feMNli,
MAIN 8TRKET, PIOCHE.
SPKl.NU AND PIXIT MATHKNSKN,
BlaiVitets, Sheets,
PAKI.UK amj hki-koom NKTN,
FIXE TOILET SETS.
Carpets and Oil Cloth,
Window Slmclcss.
FINE ASSOKTMEXT or ITHOI.STEUY
A Oooda, lirapery. c. Paper Ilaiutinn done.
a))4-tf
SUMMONS.
1" 1 HE DISTRICT COI-UT r.m
vada. iu .i,d for tteounntr ,,f lit, r" -Tu..u,,
..u. O. B. Hunt a,?iTB '"-U. A.
h.alu and June. NcGuoilw d,!,'i ' 11
Action br,.ut m th. Vi.iM arJ"
ada. ,u ana for th. County of if? ,of N
the con.pl.unt filed iu .JcT mm, Ff?'
tn tne odice of tli. clerk of SSef Stow i,,,C0l.
TLeButeof Nevada aenda KreMinL i l""
Wilt..,ltoWrt Bl.roule.c. H,!iirre1'S S
L.v.c.. 0,1. Hrru.,W. K Sw.ul
lcOi.mis delcudauta: You a .M ,JlUu
quired to .,,,. i ,n r,
you ley 111. .be.ve u.mea plaintiff X,
trict Curt of tl,e m-v,u J' Uj'u. D
of tbe Slate ol NeVa.l, in ...d f0VtiSlJ'',,,'n
I.i.n ol.,. and anaw.r tl.e contain, iS!""1
within ten .lay, (eaclnaivrif th. "it ."'7,lu
vice) after tbe rviee on you ot tM.'S' "
it rved In ,i,l couut . , i""0'.
aid county, but will.m liud ill JSi?- '"" '
twenty dy: and in all otber case. .,. ,'"''
judgment b,- default will be Situ ur
M-conUuK to the prayer of aaid .ou.pli ".'' tm
1 lie aud action ia bnjuKbt to ,
n.et .fc-ailmt you a! -tcUndauta fTr AT'
li.K nanied uni. to wit: in pre.DortiV.t . U'.'?'
..un.be, or f,-et owned by iscW? 'J1'
fcudaut. luthe K.n-ey ledge ai.d iw. 14 "
lt.ttl.rl..le and to,uu?,,ilS'"i
plaiutiflHinworkiuK M.id u.ine.'ll?1' uUl
c. -rt.in lndeblcUncM, Mllv M forth i,, ,TUm",
croplaint on tile l-rVi. iT U. .h 1 h,";,n"1''
referred, the proportionale auiou,,,, m
follow.: K.uy le,lKe ,u,i rcJmi "
Kim of f.m Oo: o. 1). H.rrl loii iT. ,m ,kt
an.., of fP71 (K,: W. It. Kw.m 7filW fl Un'',
Jan.e McOinni, K wl'n 'T
auu. of JKJl ll'l. ou tbe Hauler Me.n'J u-.
ItoU rt s,,roule. :h, f,t, lu the ,,lm "f !-! S'
Wli. Uv.ca. JK feel, In the aum
1.. Ilurri.. l.. feet, in the aUIll ol fvJ.'S
hw.ni. Ill feet, iu the hum f J2U.li ', f;
coin. And further, tor . decree Blvtu" J'"?
a lien for Hie .uwiint due from ea, Kf -m
fendant. upon the iutereata owned by T,u 1"
fet.d.i:ta. Ktieh lien to ,i.te fm th tteS tt'
hli l.cy wa exiM l.ilid and ludebtedlieaa tZZ, i
...dinrnuh other .,t ,,,. Jj
.ourtn.y e,n u,ee, .d prop,,,
And yon .re her. by notified that If . to
apiear and auawer the aaid con.pl.ini !L .11
rMiulred. the aaid pl.ii.tlir. will a,,,,.,
I'ourt for the relief herein .teniand,. f .i .
c. of uit. iii Kold coin. '. d, a fa.
, , the siale ' Nevid". " u'" J''thl
n. a. coiu.ty of Lincoln, thi. aotli day i jf
e.cht lini.dr.4l and hcventv-three '"""""W
M.n.4ufyl,rk,:ER!i' '
SherilTs Sale.
1)Y VIUTt'E OF AN EXECTTION lssra,
1 out of the Uhdriot Court in andfiS
t oun tyof Lincoln. Bute of Nevada, and to
n.e directed and delivered, fur . judaiwiiM
d. red in id Court, on the Mat day of llu Lb
In favor of the htate bank of Nevaai and
amuiM the Piwhe Champion Minllig Coiu'im,
f rlbeaum of one thouwnd.Hi hundiwlVa
tl.irly.aev. n and B-10U dedl.ra, d.mawa. tmh
with ail hundred and thiriy-ali dollar 1.1T0M,
lid all a. cruiiin cotB. 1 have levied on tlw foil
1..WU.K proiwrty, to wit: The Piorhe chainpio.
li.n.e .i.uated ou P.n.c. Flat, Lincoln iwu.lv
Nevada, containing lect, tug, ther with i Uv
l.nr a. 1 bellowa, 1 .nvll, 1 ore cart, 1 vice 1
Hinoke.plpe.lul forne, 1 lantern, 2 hirrela. I wnim
" ' '" ""rt narrow, n laaOPri,
- aquare timber Kxlt, l loKhall tiniU-r.
tilted. 1 work be uch. 1 truawla, 1 piece, of Iron
the mine, aliatt, and tin.bi.ni inaide of ahalt lie
eludniK boiaiinu work., 1 blukwuitD hi.p i
piece lumber ax, a ore bucketa, 1 wind lu. 1
aul.lv, '1 net whim barneaa, 1 chair, 1 fotk a
ahovela, I hatchet, 1 broom, 1 croa cut aaw' J
windlaa bum la. 1 water lrn 1, 1 lime lantern
I lamp. It) box eandlea, anO feet fuae, mora or
leaa, 17 plcka, i hammer handle., k oil cam 1
rhinel, 1 raap, w bin wder, t oil caul, 1 Up.
line. 1 o:l, r. 1 oil at. ue and 1 act fan pii-. .o.
tice ia herrby given that ou
Ttieailuy, Ilia. Fifth day of Auguat,
A. t., IHta
At 12 o'clock, M. 1 will aell all the rkdit title aid
iutereKtof aa.d defe-udant iu and to tueilkive
ilcacrlhed prtqwrty, at the Court Bona, doer, in
Pioehe, Nevoel., at public aue-tion, for vaih is
hand, to the hiuheat and beat bidder, to aallaly
Mild execution .ltd all coala.
July 15, 173. W. . TKA VIS, SihcriS.
Hy H. H. HwuxroKD, Deputy. J lo-:kt.
Qrcoeriea,
Ca.n.clls,
STEEL,
WOIIPSOX & CllDH.
Nl'CC KIHOR TO A. C. GOHIIOX,
IMPOBTERS AND WHOI.ESALP
DEALERS IN
Wines, Liquors Sl Cigars
Fite-Proof Building, La
cour street,
Next Door north of the Pontofiicc,
Cheape
Til AX TIIOMK
Cheaper
WUO ADVF.UTIhl;
Soil Out o,t Cost !
GIVE M E A CALL,
-AND TOC WILL FIND -
taoob corrjsr,
The Old Standby,
And Everybody's Friend!
-TO BE
IN DEAD EARNEST I
Ho Means What He Says,
YOTJBET !
t. cornsr,
Mnln Street, OpMlte Meadow Valley
Ntrcct, Pio.hr.
jylo-tf
Nevada.
MALLETT'S MARKET
AGAINST the FIELD!
Ma llett & Co.,
i-'ui.rr..,.,,....' ,c
NOFOLT,
MAIN, OPK18ITE LACOrR STKEET, PIOCHE.
J. H. MA LLETT & CO.
TAKE PLEASURE INFORMING THE
people of Ploche that they have just fitted
I11',. Meat Market, prepared with every
rVcility to furnish Beef, Mutton. Veal
and Pork, at Living Rate
Namaaifea and Nw Hauler, Meat . pecUlty.
No connection with any othct .hop.
The patron. of f amlllea and hotel, .ollcited.
M'Mui J. H. MALLETT a CO.
THE DAILY ALTA CALIFORNIA.
njHK OLDEST AND BEST NEWSPAPER
Fr.nci.co. California.
bubacriptioni received by
. WIEDERHOLD.
Fuse ; I
PIOCBK .
NEVADA.
HAMMERS,
PICKS,
Ami every cleat ri. lion ot Mineia'
Wniea, together with a
Full Line ol General Mercnaiiflise,
V ltjc-h we nfl, r for pale at
REDUCTION IN PRICES!
UKRCTUIOKK l.VK.VOWM
NO PRETENSE ABOUT IT!
We hell for
Lea. Recaai.e we
for I
Buy
Ladies and Gentlemen
of Pioehe!
TBAVELRRKI T KAMNTF.RMI PROW.
PKCTOKSt PIOXKERNI
BUY THE CHEAPEST!
BKCAISK THE BRNTI
OUK GOODS AllE FRESH
HRST-CLAS8 !
AND
Who douut. that any good thing can com. out of
ASHIM'S,
WK SAY INTO THEM
Ooxno and Seol
JeM-td
ForSale.
HOCgE lot AND FUBM1TTJRE ON
J24-" P. HOLLASP.
" Goods Takenjn Storage.
IN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE A
neat
Sa.i-rple Room
la attached, where nothing but fine Liquor.
elected from the above atock will be diapenaed
which will be prcaided over by Mr. K. McAU
1STER. who will be gUd to lee hia old friends,
tuylu-tf
D. C. CLARK & BROTHER
STONE STORE,
I.OWKlt MAIN STIM'.IVJ',
PIOC UK, JiSVADA,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
liKALUU. t.
C.KIX KltlKH,
PROVIN1DNH,
POWDKli,
nsi;
AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
myliMf
JACOBS k SULTAN,
Ploche & Bullionville.
WaOLIaVaLK ADD RETAIL DEALXX. In
GENERAL MERCHANDISE, ETC.
Particular attention paid to
COUNTRY ORDERS,
noltf
MILK! MILK! MILK!
Bnttermilk and Butter.
YlfM. CITLVFRWELL, HAVINfl CON9UU.
TT mated arrancementa with Hammond, of
Hamilton, White Pine county, tor the milk ot
100 American Cowa,
Now grating on the aplendid gru. of the
Highland Hill.,
Ia prepared to furnish Reatauranta and Private
lamillea with
Pun Milk and Fre.li Butter
At greatly Reduced Rate. mySStt
WANTED,
LlfOOLN COUNTT BONDS AND COUNTY
SCRIP of the new lnue, at the
yi7tt btats bank or nitada.
SherilTs Sale.
)YVIHTt K OF AN tXF.t'lTlON lHUl'ID
XJ out of the Dietrict Court in and for tbe
county ttf Liue'oln, htate of Nevada, and to tua
directed and delivered, for J udwueeut rendered
iu aaid Court ou the 'i'Jd day of July, A. D. 11)73,
In favor of D. L. Ileal, Adiuiuistralor of the es
tate of S. L. Potter, and agalnat Uibaon Clark.
11. 1). Ilenm-r and K. 1). Ui-Hcath, for the aunt of
five hundred and hfty.iuite dollar. dauiaKea.
Ketherw.lh one hundred and eicitty-eutht dvl.
lara tax conta and all are'ruing coata, I have lev.
htiontho following Jirolrty, to wit: 7 attiola.
I round table. 1 minor, la lauipa, 1 two.lil.t
e-haudelirr, 1 aii-lixht chandelier, atoveoipe, 1
lee-boj, 10 pictures and frame., 1 watercan and
ehjiper. 1 clock. 6 bottlea Imperial wine ipintal,
II bottle, porter. Hi Iwltlea ale, U bottlea uw-
l.taiie b.tU-ra, 10 bottle. eaaarUe-e UeppeMuiat, V
bottle, cherry cordiala, S bottlea ahajutbe, 11
lioltlea t:o,-oniongo wine. U bolth.claret, 11 hot.
Ilea aaaorU d syrup, a bottlea Uogart bitten. 34
laittlea aeaorted bitU'r.,4 atu.ll bottlea .bisky.
III botlle-a 1. xMlittera. 11M .naorted tumUeia,
4a wineglaaaea. 4coloreet glaaae.,4 fab7 botllea,
4 tKittlea Kire-hwaaaer, 'i llohem.au bottlea.ts.
P. atruinera, 12 bar aiKM,ua, 1 tray, 1 lemoa
Mueezer, 1 corkacrew, 'i laltceU, 1 tulxer, I iea
I'.ek. 6 d.-n.ljohna, 1 aui;ar.apiH.n, 1 glarabuwl,!
i hina t-love-holder. 1 box Jamaica giuijer. I
Ku.all .leak, a bar mats, lu towela. 1 ateleladila,
window-curtaina. 4 lamp braeketa. 8 lamp
globea, 1 fc.thcr-duater, bar and alielvina, XI
etoue jnra Seliz.-r, 2 caeca porter. 1 caae ale, la
gallB. rum, 'JO galla. A A wlilaky, V caak hraudi
i:8 galla.l. V, caak brandy (2 (talla.), t ca"t
Sherry wine, 1 caae P.pifai bitten., 1 caaa aa.
aorted ayrup, 1 caae of pepperniiut, 1 caae Bo
ke rt'a, 2 broken pks. of ale and porter.
Notice ia hereby given that on Monday, the
ttetth day uf July, A. D.ltfia. at 11 o'clock
m.. I will .ell all the right, title Mid luterwt of
aaid defendant U. 1. Bt niter iu and to the above
d.acribed property. eu the preiuiHea. iu Ploe-he.
Nevada, at Public Auctlou. for Mb in band, to
thehigheat and beat Welder, to aalialy aaid en
eutiou and all ce.au.
July 22, 18.3.
W. S. TRAVIS, SberlfT.
By B. II. Hehetobd, Deputy. JyM-W
Sheriffs Sale.
BY VIRTl'K OP AN EXKCfTION IS81W)
out of the Dlatrict Court. In .nd tor tn"
county uf Lincolu, Ht.te of Nevada, and to n
directed and delivered, for . Judgment rendered
It. aaid Court, ou the loth day of July, A. D.
ltfia, iu f.vor of J. C. Armatroi.g, id aiiaiuat J.
P. Cullen .ud W. Scanlin. for th. aum of ten
bundred and ninety dolUr. d.m.gea, toffetj"
witli one hundred and aixty.oue dollara tax
coata and .11 accruing coata, I have levied ou
the following property, to wit: All and aingulai
that certain town lot, rituated In aaid town ol
Pioehe, lying on the aoutherly aide of Meadow
V.lley street, beiug bounded on th weaterl)
aide by the .tore .lid lot of Clute it Voung, and
ou the easterly aide by the property owned I w
Kherwooil, .ud which 1. known ea tl " u
Theater " buildinn. and which 1. now uafd a
restaurant and lodgiug-hetise. .Notice la bertu)
given that ou
Tuesday, the Fifth day of Auna1.
A. D., It(73,
At 12 o'clock, at. I will aell .11 the riilht,
and Interest of aaid defendant in Mid lotos b"
described propertv, at the Court Houaa ooor,
Ploche. Nevada, at public auction, for ".
hand, to the highest .nd beat bidder, to satis.?
aaid exeentlon and .llcoaU. . ,
. July 111, 1873, W. H. TRAMS, Sheriff-
By B. H. Hereford, Deputy. JylMW-
Caption.
rilllE PVIILIO WILL PLEASE TAKE NO
1 tice that 1 am In no manner O""1??':";
with the Stockton Houm on Meadow a 1OT
atreeti that I will pay no debt, contracted lor
the .up.rt of that esteblisbment, and thst J
am not, ... might be supposed, the husband oi
the proprietreas, who clla nenelf ktr
ell, but whose real name Is Mary Corcoran.
Jy23-aw THOMAS MlTCHbLL-
Dissolution.
T'HE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE M
isting between the undersigned is 'mj J"'
dissolved by mutual consent. A. """J?!
continue, the busines.. Ail debt, are ty""
to him. All liabilltle. of the linn tote pW'J
tors of the Occidental S.loon will he je" "
A.McM.ho. rtsssr
Bullionville, July H, IIW- Jyt-" -
Notice to Creditor
AGAINST THE ESTATE OF MISS "g
PETER8ON.-0tlc. 1. hereby rt"..
tho undersigned, Executrix of theeatat.
Fannie Petiiwon. deceaaed, to tbe cradlwraw.
and .11 pers.ii. having dalm. aalni tM "Jj;
deceawdV to present them
wTihdayof July, 1813, aa after that 4a
chum, will be llowed
Plocha, 9ir.. July 1. Mil,

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