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WtXDAV MOVKD. Tiie Business Office of the Tiochk Dalit Er.coED trill be hereafter in the office of H. R. Breakey, at Michael cigar store, Main strett, opposite Meadow Vnl't v. Tosxil Cahw. On the uiisnse of iostal cards tb Salt Lake Tribune lias ..Altt'BT to, IMS t some ralaable nggestiona. It sajs: Abuses in which the postal cards are liable, bare been noted, and some of them have been checked by regulations of the Postofliee Department and by com mon consent of the pnblic. There is a practice of sending by this medium, noti fications of the approaching maturity of notes, and the amount of dividends due the receiver at a certain time. Ordinari ly, this system might do no harm, but there are times in the history of almost eTery business house when the sending of several of these notifications of in debtedness would be harmful, if not dis astrous. Even if a commercial business is in the healthiest condition, it is to be seen how the publicity to which the post al cards nre liable, may cause disagree able aud embarrassing suspicion. To have the fact advertised that yon are to be the recipient of money on a certain day, may not be so disastrous, but it is, nevertheless, disagreeable. Business men, as a general thing, desire their pri vate affairs to remain private, and bank' KAfsT AU WEST Re.ll.ROAD. The EurcLa Sentinel of the 30th gave an intelligent view of the project of con structing a direct east and west road from Salt Lake to Eureka. Such a road would place Tiocbe some nearer to a transcontinental railroad than it now is, aa would not interfere with any project for giving our camp direct railroad coui ninuicntion. Iu a well timed article on the subject the Salt Luke Herald of the j ing houses, and stock companies, ought ml, (..oii-In.l. B l.v K-iTiiKv ' to lie the last to violate these common The road referred to by the Sentinel, from this city wet, will be built. It is only a matter of time, liut east from this poiut it will go south of the I'niou Pacific. It will cross Southern or Mill die Colorado, uud when built it will be one of the best pitrouized aud best pay iug roads of the continent, for it will yns through a vast region rich in min erals, rie.li in agricultural resources, and with itlimitable range for countless thou sands of cattle. . Reutinients. Johnstown, Pa., records a case of spontaneous combustion. Flannel rags, used for rubbing down hard-wood door and window-casiugs, and saturated with linseed oil, were carelessly thrown into a ktg of shavings. Smoke and flame soon followed, but the tire was discovered be fore serious consequences ensued. Make a n;tt- of this. ordinary intereH Manv members of Spaniards of Havana, including Generals in the army, Colonels, slave traders of , the Turn Veri-in of other citiis are ex the Islaud, and Jesuits, are said to be j pectedio bo present at the exercises. The movement of wheat to this point is larut r no .v than at any time during foe present season, and though price rule higher than at corresponding dates last year, fc farmers are selling; many predicting a stiil further advance. Prices range to-day from f 1.73 to $1.80. Th pigeon shooting match to-day at Latbrop, between Cbas. Smith and J. Sharp for 250, 30 birds, was won by Sharp, he killing 27 birds to Smith's 26. Smith offered to shoot the match over again for $300 to $30 a side, providing he was allowed the privilege of using his own cuii in the match. AMKKN8MKXTN. What the Pacific lUii.r.o.ui auk CutriNa. The telegraph agaiu reminds us, gays tli-j S.tu Francisco Bulletin, of what the Union and Central Pacific rail roads are costing the people through the frauds perpetrated by the Contract and Finance Company and the Credit Mobi- Her. The Government on Saturday paid j 2,00',M interest on Pacific railroad bonds, tons, iuakiub' (lies total amount ' paid on this account ? 21,000,000, of ! which the Government has only had 55,000,0; K) rt tinned iu the May of trail- . portation. Ytt in the ftt'.-e of this, the ; Kailroad organs huvo the impudence to : tell the people of California, that neither j this Slate nor the United States found the money for building the Pacific rail roads; uud tli it nil that the United States did wns to loan its credit. Sltcli state- j Hunts nr. excusable iu the railroad or gnus, because bnfed upon the principles ' upon whieh ibey are run. Stanford's j papers arc iuvir tiled of tolling us that : Stanford Co. etn not own one dollar in J their c li.-enti, but thn" omit to state tl.at the C'uporatk'ii loans them its credit ' and foots tbeir little bills. It is wry fine dist.ruti"!! with no iiiffeience . The end j is the sitiOe. The people, however, are : not ele-i- ive- i. They know the organs are ! as tirtidy e mtrclle'd and held by tht rail r i.oi as it ' Published by Stanford A: C ,i. " app -a;-;-! at the head of th'ir c .l-umiw. Hon. A. aled by t!i us Ju.lge i California C. 11i:alfoi;i has been nomin ? lemocracy for re-election as f the Thirteenth Di-trict of Tdinipliic Dispatches. srrrni in thk riexiii; daily UKcoitn, Eastern Dispatches. The Votft t'ae Move C ivil Ken Ice Rule Hlievlal Ajreut Wltklxer on Mail Holi.-rle-s in the lV-st-Lolijr flrnilf-ll uiiel the Portluiiet Suffer ers Itiit-uiiiK of a Steamer and I.o of Life Cholera Affaln nenr Memphis Horrible Outrage in Tennessee- Dt'ael Body Recoiralxeel, THK PRI.WK OF MF K. It has b'-tii lielel by many wise men thit man's mat a live ami useful period was between the ages oi forty aud fifty years, but Dr. Genrg; M. lie arel. of Xcv orle. who 1ms given ce-nsideialiie atten tion to ite.l statistics, has been making en iove3ti:atie.n with a view to ascertain Jt what period ef life m-n il i their most aluahle aeuk. and has arrived at the i-etnelusion.base-d on a mass of figures, that ir.erc.ising years beyond forty, are but increasing senility in au intellectual sense. lb' s ys that the golden decade is between thirty and forty, the silver liet,eoii ( -ny and fifty, the- braen be twe'eii twenty aud thirty, the iron 1etveen iifly and sivty, th se-vrnty, the woolen between seventy mil eighty. Seven per cent. ef the ueirld's ; rk is don- before forty-five, and eighty per cent, before t'fty. The golden dee-ade alone represents nearly one-third of the work of the world. He says that he Las noted the ages at which philosophers have fortud and announced their systems, at which diviues and religi ous teachers havu originated their creeds, at which state suien, generals, pniutcrs, poets, musicians, architects, lawyers, ac tors, incu of science, engineers, have re spectively eloue their best, uud that from the elata thus collected he has derived the pe?rioel, the elecaele ami year of maxi mum productiveness uud the various grades. It will be observed that Dr. Heard makes use of the simple propor tiou of work te age. But the Nation shows that his iufeirmations must be aei cepte 1 with caution, for there is a com pound proportion of work to age, and nge to mortality, whieh is of the utmost im- portauce, ud which thu Doctor leaves I out of the account altogether. The num ber of persons abovo fifty years of age is much smaller than the number of per-j sons who have not yet reached that age. J ' 'Take a thousand personsborn in France, a thousand boru iu England, and a j thousand boru in relgium, and we find I that the mean number of them living between the ages of twenty and forty is 5:19, while tha mean number living between the ages of forty anel sixty is only 341. Hence, if the amount of work eione by each iuuii past forty were exactly equal to that done by each man under forty, the younger men would still do sixty per cent, of the work." It does not follow from this, however, that Dr. Beard's labor has been thrown away. He seems to have been somewhat hasty in drawing his inferences. j Washington, August 8. The German Minister has been offi- ei illy informed of thegrouinlsofcollusion j of our Government in the Vogt case, and ; further, that at the expiration of a cer ! taiu time Vogt will be discharged from I custody. The Civil S.-t vices Board at its session j at YVashiiKieui, which terminated June ' i, r fommemtetl that certain further rules to be prescribed by the Prcideut 1 fur the government of the Civil Se rvice of the T'nited States. These rules, as ' published, are approved, anil their pro- visions will be enforced us rapidly as proper arr.enge-nifaits can be made. ! Snecial ae-ent Vickifer. of the I'ostof- tiee liepartment, reports from Salt Lake, July til, tint highway robbery on the mail routes in the Itocky Mountains is becoming fre quent, lie. re-counts recent robberies on the Moiitini route, near Pleasant Valley, and on the Kelton and Boise river rout-1, and says bad men e'ometo the WVst with the expectation of sudden fortune, and being disappointed, become reeltlcss and elesperate highway men. I.uNo ltiiANe ii, August 8. The ball for thu benefit of the Portland, tin bi-twoe-n sixty and S 0ronu- s"nerers has been postponed tut N eMneselay. VAe.BINOTON, August 8. Tilt! steamer Wawasset, of Washing ton, with a large number of passengers, was burned off Aequin creek this evcu- j ing. Report says fifty to seventy-rive persons lost. MtMPUis, August 8. ! Cholera has agaiu made its appearance J in the northeastern portion ed this 1 county. j A horrible outrage was perpetrated , uear Brighton, Teuu., Saturday last j three white fiends pouring turpentine I over a negro, whom they found asleep, aud setting fire to him, burning him to death. There is intense excitement I among the negroes in tlhc neighborhood, who threaten ri'taliutiou. New Yokk, August 8. The body of the man found murdered at the corner of Spring aud Green streets, co-conspirators with General Bortillo for the overthrow Of the Republican Gov ernment in Spain. A special from Washington says: The best information obtainable shows that the number of lives lost by the burning of the steamer Wawassett is probably not over 23. There is no wharf at Chatter tori Point, here the steamer burned, and landing is made by the use of small bent. One of these was being nnshipped for this purpose, when the cry of fire was heard, and the flames came with such force that a panic ensued at once. The passe ng, rs made a rush for the Wit ns it was being lowered, and crowded it full; thcu the tackling broke -r became un hitched, and all wrre precipitated into the river. The terror-stricken passen gers were forced by the flames to jump overboard. Captain Wood and crew threw them life-prese rvers, and the pco. pie ou the shore did all the y could to assist iu saving life, but their means of rescue were very unequal to the terrible extremity. Pacific Coast. Xo ilieallein for Mayor l- lie T iu)'ti' Billy Carr anel the Demo cratic C'oiiveiitioiiAreiultlHl in the linpe Case Stabbing Affair iud tieu Dc atll-!lelirnat!oH-From Port ijiiiil, Or. The tipcccl Programme for the Fair at Stockton Wlleiit Movement etieeiierai Ilemi, San Fkancisco, August 0. Daniel Linneh in wasbefero the Police Court to-day for examination ou the charge of rape ou the person of Mrs. Ansboro, wife of private detective Ans boro. She testified that the prisoner came to her house uud brought a bottle of liquor; that she drank some and be came powerless; that ho then put the children out of the parlor, shut the door, and after a long struggle, in which some of the furniture was broked, and her body and limbs were severely bruised, accom plished his'pniposo. Hei attempted a re petition of the outrage in the very pres ence of the children. One of them, however, gave her a club, with which she beat him away. The examination to be continued to-day. The Tax-payers nominated James Otis ; for Mayor last night. The row ill the Democratic Convention over the action of the County Committee last night, iu fixing up the Legislative State ticket, it was openly alleged that Billy Carr bought his men in the Com mittee for $30,000. It is rumored that an offort w ill bo made to bring 14 of that body before the Courts on a charge of bribery; also that an appeal will be rundo to the Municipal Convention to make legislative nominations. There is much excitement and indignation amengst Democrats at the eutire proceedings. Foreign News. The fount de Chamlioi'd and the Throne of France Attempted As ftassliinlloii lmportnnt Result In Viksna, August 8. The Vorstaudt Zeituug reports that Count do Ohambord has accepted the throne of France, a formal tender of which was recently made him by n depu tation of Legitimists. TniEsTK, August 8. Au attempt was made tctday to assasi nate Prince Nicholas Hospidor, of Mou tenogro. The prince was severely wounded ill the face. Maukid, August 8. Valencia has unconditionally surren dered, and General Compos now occupies the city. The submission of Carthagena is expected to follow immediately. San Fkancisco, August 9. The examination of Daniel J. Liuue hau, for rape on Mrs. Thomas Ansbro, was concluded to-day, and the-defeudant discharged from custody. Mrs. Ansbro was ordered to appear for sentence for assault and battery on him. Levi Knowles stabbed Fred French iu a saloon on Serpentine avenue. During the fight he iuflicted serious wounds, and then escaped, but was arrested to-day on board the ship Grace Darling. French I and supposed to have been that of Gar-, was taken to the hospital. j gau, has been fully identified as the body I An uuknown colored man was brought It is an illustration of the way we are getting ou iu public morals that Judge McCne, one of the Directors of the Brooklyu Trust Company, who has come to grief through the defalcation of its Pres ident, holds that Mr. Mills was not "dis honest," but " committed the too preva lent error of using other funds than his own, with the hope and intention of mak ing them all right." The New York Time cornea to the natural conclusion that Judge McCue's remlering of the eighth commandment should be " Thou shall not steal except with the hope of returning." And yet the man who avows this atrocious doctrine is Judge of the Brooklyn City Court. j Tue Courier-Journal says: " It is said that old man Grant bequeathed bis for tune of $75,030 to bis three daughters, leaving Ulyaam never a oent. What that poor unfortunate orphan is to do now for a living is more than we can tell." of Jus. Hadwin, of the schooner Bcnj. English, who left his vessel Monday to purchase ship stores. Hadwin lived at Fall Biver, Mass. Nfcw Yohk, August 0. Hardy Jones was hung at Newbern, N. C, yesterday, for the murder of Rob ert Miller, CousUble, Feb. 1, 1872, while Miller and two others were eou- i veying Jones to prison, ou a charge of j larceny. Jones was over 80 years of nge. Chicago, August 0. A mass meeting of the Farmers' Club was held ut Winchester, Scott county, III., on Thursday. The Club was ad dressed by W. C. T. Flagg, President, and S. M. Smith, of the State Farmers' Association. Both speakers favored out ting loose from existing political parties, and the formation of a new party, de voted to the interests of labor ; but Smith gave utterance to some extremely radical sentiments, declaring, in speaking of certain tax legislation by the last Gen eral Assembly of the State, that it must be changed, or that he and bis boys and his neighbors' boys would gather and ride some of the legislators out of town on a rail, with a coat of tar and feathers. Again, speaking of the corruption of politicians, he declared there must be some remedy for it, or some of them would dangle from the bonghs of the trees around the country. The speech is the subject of general comment. New Yobk, July 9. It is reported in Spanish circles, in this city, that telegrams from Havana were received yesterday by a Spanish commercial house, and by a high Span ish functionary in this country, to the effect that General Portcllo, at the bead of three thousand men, bad ranted and captured Cienfuegos without a shot be ing fired; and. that be proclaimed Don j Csrlos King of 8pain. Many leading to the stution house this afternoon. He remained about an hour and was found dead iu his cell. Sands W. Foreman, Chairman of the Democratic County Committee, has re signed his position. San Fbancisco, August 9. It has been ascertained that the name of the colored man who died in the City Uall to-day was Levy, and that he com mitted suicide by taking laudanum. A fire at the Mission Woolen Mills caused a damage of about $300. There was no alarm, the fire being put out by employees. The city is quiet to-night. Onlv three or four arrests for minor offenses. Vallkjo, Cab, August 9. The body of the man fouud drowned yesterday and not identified, was buried to-day. A man named Kennedy, a laborer, was .sent to Fiirfield this morning to be ex amined before a Commission touching his sanity. Pobtland, Or., August 9. About $14,000 was collected in this city for the sufferers by the fire, and $5,000 received from San Francisco The city seems to be infested with an organized band of thieves and incendi aries, who continue to send anonymous warnings to familie' employing Chinese, prowling around houses at night, and thieving whenever a chance offers. 'The Oregon City woolen mills nre again in running order. Stockton, Cal., August 8. Tbs speed programma of the 13th an nual fair of Hie San Joaquin Valley Agricultural Society was issued to-day. Purses aggregating $3,000 are offered, and the premium list is well arranged. A Grand Turner Festival is to be beld at the City Gardens to-morrow. ' Tbe affair promises to be one of more than NEVADA KTATK ITEMS. ITroni the Virginia Kilt rpri.J CocNix Jail Ovkp.haci,h. Deputy Sheriff George Sanders yi sterday cansed the County Jail to be thoroughly over hauled aud cleanse-d. He ha 1 every nook aud corner of all the room uud cells thoroughly scraped, swept anel scrubbed out. He took out of the place one full cartload of dirt, and now all is perfectly swee t aud clean. The jail was becoming a sickly institution, two or three priso ners being quite sick from confinmeut in the foul and musty place. There are now in jail e ighteen prisoners eixteeu men aud two women. This is a largo crowd, tho size of the place conside reel, and it behooves those iu chargo to pav close attentieui to the rubs of cleanliness. CoNVAi.EKct'NT. Thu many friends of ex-Mayor Currie iu this city and State will be gratified to learn that he is rapid ly recovering from hia late serious ill ness, and that he will be able to be out on the streets in a few days. Bkli utn Bullion. The.ro were yes terday received at tho Bank of California, in this city. 11 bars of Be'lc'uer bullion worth i?C0,8O0. From the Vlrgiuia Chronicle. August ft. Dcll. The city does not to-day pre sent the lively appearance of time s gone by. The voice of the tean.stcr no longer wakes up the echoes of the deadfall and hurdy houses, nor does the sound of the desparado's pistol so often awaken the affrighted citizen trom his midnight slumbers. The Forty-niner may well pause and ask himself "Whither are we drifting?" Yet the man of progress may well say that we are moving along with the times. Sickly. Many of the miners iu the Crown Point aud Belcher mines have of late been attacked, with diarrhe a while working under ground. We presume it is caused by the water used for drinking, but now that wo have pure water from the mountains, the niinei will no longer be obliged to drink the slimy, stagnant water with which the city bus be en sup plied for some time. Doing Well. W. W. Coryell, uho was thrown from the cars while going to Cursou with No. 2's steame r, is doiug as well as can be expected under the cir cumstances. Theetoctors entertain hopes of bis speedy recovery. SriiEET Arabs. Pi'rhaps no city on the American continent, for the size, con tains so many men who consider that the world owes fhem a living without work ing for it, as Virginia City. This class eif persons nre sometimes called hoodlums, loafers and street Arabs, for, like tiee Arabs of the desert, they will treat a man with hospitality, provided he pays for it himself and has any loose chango to give away. Ths habits of the street Arabs are in a gre at measure cop ied from the owl, for lie is seldom seen during the day, but when the sable man tle of night settles upon the city ho sal lies forth to seek his pre y. As a general thing this class of ruffians have not cour age enough to commit highway robber ies; but, to do them justice, they are heavy on rolling drunken men, till-tap-ping and three-card monte. An inquisitive urchin, the other day, while reciting a lesson, saysau exchangee, from the Sermon on the Mount, broke out, "'.Ma, did Jesus get f 2,000 for preaching?" "No, my child; he did not get anything." " Why didn't they pay him?" " Because he didn't preach politics. The devil offered him a big salary to do it, but he would not accept the call." H. M. Baiinks, Notary Public, aud Commissioner of Deeds for California and Utah. General bnsiueBs and real es tate agent. Collections made at reasona ble rates and proceedspromptly remitted. Office: Next door to the Postofliee, La cour street, Piothe, Nevada. We would call the attention of our readers to the advertisement in another column of the Brooks Sewing Machine Co., of New York; they advertise, what is indeed a valuable invention, a first-class sewing machine for five dollars. Nevrie;E. Hereafter all notices of births, marriages ami deaths must be accompanied by the name of some re sponsible person, or they will not be published in the REeorui. tf A new circulating library, imported ci gars, tobacco, stationery and confection ery at J. Levin & Co.'s, opposite Hamil ton's saloon, Main street. TAkopeneo. The barber shop on Mead ow Valley street, adjoining the Pioneer stables. Shaving 25 cents; hair-cutting 50 cents. Following is a list of sales ot delin quent stocks now advertised iu our paper: sramo Honrract tcnkkl. Assessment No. Levied June 20th Amount per share 20 cents Delinquent in office Day ol sale Angut 18th KENTIHA. Assessment No. 1 Levied June 9th Amount per share $1 Delinquent in office Day o sale. August 11th CHABTEB OAK. Assessment. No. Levied July 10th Amount per share 25 cents Delinquent in office. August 25th Day ot sale ....September 15th OKIENT. Assessment No. 2 Levied January 11th Amount per share 10 cents Delinquent in office Day of sale August 11th CABOLINE. Assessment No. 1 Levied June 30th Amouut per share 20 cents Delinquent in office Angust 8th Day of.sale September 4th KENTUCKY. Assessment No. G Levied June 2el Amount per share $1 50 Delinquent in office August 5th Day of sale August 2fith SOUTH SIDE. Assessment No. 5 Levied July 5th Amount per share Yt cents Delinquent in office August fitb Day of sale September Cth BKerKWITH. A-sessment No . Levied July 7 Amouut per share 15 cents Delinquent in office Angust 11 Day of sale September 2 Clothing, tftr. OG. "73. . Pioneer Store! Pioneer Store! S. S. S. ASHIM ASHIM ASHIM It. Sc &, BRO. BRO. BRO. Spring Stock! NewTCoods! Daily Arrivals! READY-MADE CLOTHING! Mens and Boys BOOTS AND SHOES, Cents' Furnishing Goods OP THE LATENT STYI.F.KI Qrcoerles, Candles, LA PAZ. Assessment No. Levied June 10 Amount per share 50 cents Delinquent in office July 21 Day of sale September 1 CHAPMAN. Assessment No. i Levied July 28 Amount per share 25 cents Delinquent iu office September 2 Day of sale September 2ti NATIONAL. Assessment No Levied July 31 Amount per share 50 cents Delinquent in office September 3 Day of salo. September 29 SOCTH BtllE. Assessment .... No. C Leviul Aug. 8 Amount per share 5 e-euts De linquent in office Sept. 0 Dav ol sale Get. 10 Fuse; STEEL, HAMMERS, PICKS, And fvry drsrrliilion of Miner' Worfw ljtiliir with a Full Line of General Merchandise, Which e oflVT fvr eaW ut REDUCTION IN PRICES! HKKICTOKORIC IVKXOYVX! NO PRETENSE ABOUT IT I SUMMONS. IN THE DISTRICT COIRT ov Seventh Juiliciil Dl.lri A .Jf. P THE vula. iu .ad tor th. County of Liicol. 0LSfc TUompwn. u. H. Hunt tuet B H n, e Red in the lnitloem of mining undifSL" name of Kin, k RAllleMin. r1" plsm.ios, vs. P. 8. WUkes, Bx3benBtmilr''' JUivai, wtlliim Uvle., 67 b wSS'V- Swain and June. McOinniw drfJJvl. . Action brought in th. Uitrk 'r"dnu. -Seventh Judicial DWrirt UkTSL '! vd, tn and for the County of Lini? ' th. complaint In ciut, tn the olKcc of the Clerk of .M ri.2L..'0l. TheBtat.of Nevada sends n7ii ax Wilkea, Robert Kpronle, c. JB.'IetJSfi Laviea, a. D. Harria, W. R. gSS ;,'"' Mc(iluui, detenehuiu: YoS hll?"" qnirwt to appear in an action broaghfaSiiL ou by th. above named ul.minr.il ..8"l!1t trirt Court of th. Seventh Judicial nT.. of thet.tat.ol Nevada, in and Lincoln, ana 1 anawer the complaint filed th. within ten days (exclusive of tn. d,,! vie-.) after th. -rvi on yon of thi. 0 if served in Mid emmtr: or, if aeiW,, : aid county, but within M WatrW wtth!? tw nty day.; and in all other ram forty'dlv. juelgment by default will p. taken tfZuSn n according to th. praye r of Mid complaint ' Tne uid action 1 bronnht to kcovw' i,i ment anainat yuu Milt defendant fur the foiiZ' in named .lain, to wit: in proportion' 1 number of feet owned by each of yon Mid S. fondant, in th. Kin-eyledR. and Comply RattliT iMlgo aud Company, expended T u plaintiffs in working raid mine, aud aaannTn. certain indebteelnew, fully Kt forth inSS complaint on nle herein, and to which v'i referred, th. proportionate amount. Kino follow.: Kluaey ledgo and Company annua n B. Wilke., owning 83H feet. In the nm of t:l23 or,!, ; Bobert Spremle, 33 f,.0t. n ,Sf of t::i iieiS; c. H. K.rez.I, 3:1s f, ", ,?.'" .urn of :a aits; Win. Lavh-., !Cl !,,! !?' mm of 0 6U: . 1). Hart., laei f,' ? H' .urn of J1 5o: W.H. Swain, ra feet.in .hS,' ef $eii tin: Jam-. Mceiinniw. 17 feet il S sum of lfi l. On the Rattler ledge and r, pauy : I'. 8. Wilkes. 33S let, in thee sum of "i; ? Koi-rt Rproulo, 3a tj feet, in th. sum of tm 'iT C. H. Ksreaai, &SH feet, in th. sum of 1T8 Win. lAvie'., -211 fect, in the sum of si iu in. ti D. Harris. IU feet, iu the sum of lists- w r Swain. 40 feet, in th. sum of 2l,u i f. coiu. And furllier, for a decree giving nl.iunfl" a lieu for the amouut due from eaeh ol ssia Z fe-nelauts upon the Interests owned bv id di femlsiels, such lien to dais from th." tune tho money was expended and tnelebte-dness ansiinKj and lor sorb other and further re lief as 10 tw Conrt may seem uie-et ami preiper, and furcou of suit. And you are hereby notified tlml if y011 f,i, , appear and answer the said complaint, u above ree1Uire-d, the Mid plaintiffs will spply 0 ilZ Court for th. re lief herein demanded, and f cewta ot suit, in gold coin. ' tiiven muter my hand and th. se al of the Di. triet Court of the Seventh Judicial DiMrict of . . the Slate of Nevaela, in aud fi um L. s. ceninty of Lincoln, tills awhdsy ot June ' ill Hie year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sev.ntv-three. P. B. MILLER, Clerk By J. M. HASroriD, Deputy Clerk. jri. We Sell fur Less Bfctins. we fur l.esa I lluy 'itv iTo-U;ui. $5 Reward. IOST. ON THE I)1"T ri.T., TWl) CHKCKH. I j one elrawu by the Washington it Creole Mining Company, to the order of Joseph Antler- son. for at); the other drswn to the sieine- orile-r, ! by the iuge k Pstisea alining t'onipaliy. No. la.l, ' for The finder will receive ihe above re ward by lesving them at th. state hank of No vaila I'uynieiit hss been stopi-l. sitllMf Sontli Klete Mining Coitifmiiy. No- ; tiee ie hereby given that at a meeting of tin Board 01 Trustees oi said Company, held on the tetli elsy of AugilNt, 1H73, au se-sessinent 1N0. 61 of five cents ct-llls per share was levieel upon the cspital stoek of said Company, payable iu mediately in United htatea golel coin, to the beeretary. at his othee.Main street, corner La cour. 1'ieiehe, Line-eeln county, Nsesels. Any stock upon which ssid assessment shall re, main unpaid em th tttli rlny of Hepl.m. Iter, 1K7;. shall lee deemed delinquent, and will be ilaly advertlse-d feir ssle at public, auction, anil iinle'ss psyment shall be nisil be-fore, will he sold on Kriilny, tho loth dny of Octis. tier, 1S73. to psy the delinquent assessment, to gettier Willi costs of advertising and expense's of Mle. liv order f the Board of Trustees. siilO-til 8. W. KttltANT, Se-orotary. Ladies and Gentlemen of Pioche! TlltVKI.F.lllt TEAMSTERS! PROS. VKCTORS! PIONRKHS! 3UY THE CHEAPEST ! IIKCAI SK TIIK I1KKT! ! Ol'R HOODS A1IE FRESH AND FIRST-CLASS ! Who doubts thai any gtxid thing can come out of ASHIM'S, HK SY fXTO THIOt Come and. Soo! HARRISON BROS., 'ill H. MICHAEL, Wholesale ilntl Itetilil Dcnlcr In Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, CARDS, notions; ktc, MAIN STKKET, Oipoltt Meadow Vnlley Ktrttt. nullM. j ....nFALEM IS.... i Furniture and Bedding ; 'urMts, Wall Fiiper, I.tnliiff. Honrs mill Sash, Mr., j MAIN 8TRKET, PIOCHE. ! "sPRIXG AX1 PI I,f MATIiKSKKS, Bla.11k.ets, Sheets, PAKI.OIt A XI) IIKI.ltt)t).1I si:ts. FINE TOILET RKTS. Carpets and Oil Cloth, Window Shades. A VISE AMSOKTMEXT ell' t THOLSTEliY OewKlH, lii-Hs-ry, e. l'spe-r Hanging done, ap4-tt j Jok O. Mutt, J Eure-ka. Fob Rust. BinleliuK rieljoiiiiiig the Dexter stables, now used as a turber shop. Apply to V. S. Travis. Something new reel, white send blue Carl. Mission flannel unrlershlrls and drawers S'i. OU at Ashtra Cs Bro. Mining boots only 91 at fi. Ashlm Si Urn s. H. R. Breakey, MINING RECORDER, NOTARY PUBLIC AND C O KTVEYANOEn ALSO COMMISSIOX'EK OP DF.KDM FUR f'ALIPOIt.VIA AXD I'TAH I COLLECTIONS MAD K. Oflirr, Main Street, aulel-ef 0ueit. Meadow Valley St. E. B. Mow. Jn., Hacrnine'litn. a. H. Fish, Pies-lie. French cassimere pants at J. Ashlm K llro's. ItnyV rlnthlnjrt Asliim 6t Bro's, anil tilt Latest styles at S. Merino nnderalilrts at fonr bits at S. Ashlm .V Bro's. A hat glren to every one that t suit at 8. Ashlm da Bro's. buys Cheap! White, brown and black canvas shoes at S. Ashlm Os Bro's. Paper collars Byronlo or Hhaksne-reon-a; cents per box at Ashim A Bro. I Who don't know that tha rheapest ore in sown is p Asnim k llro's I Fon the very best of dental work go to F. C. Nichols, Dentist, Mniri street. Pionkfe Nkws Depot, Main street C. HVieeierhold. Go to Alexiinelers for your drugs. H. A.'UIM fc BRO. ' Blot, Bnowr Ann Buck Bcavk Bi-its, 55 worth HU. 8. ASHIM BRO. Bnsrs Vnoct Brro, 0; worth W. mmm & owle ....Can be fouml kt.... THIC1R STAND ON MAIN STKEKT, Aud hT in store a .FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK Of the loUowinfi goodi: Ready-made Clotbinir, DRY GOODS, Boots, SI1008, HATS AND CAPH. And a Full Line of GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS . . .INCLUDING, ... Suits Made to Order, . ...OF ALL. ... DESCBIPTI0NS OF (JLOTHS AND 0ASSIMEBS, Which will be Hold VERY LOWOR CASH. They hare also Kee-urrd the SerTl. cesof a first-class Cutter and Fitter. j.l.vif POND, REYNOLDS & CO., IMPOr.TF.H8 JODBKBS OF WINES tc LIQUORS, 1'4 CaUfornia ot., Ban Francisco. Sole Agents for Pacific Coast for O. O. Blake k Co.'a Bonrbon I'oontj KentnckT Whtalrirs. Iapl7-tf On and after Angust 11th, and until Fur ther Notice, I-UST-FUKIOHT RATES FROM PAUBAHE : to Piorhe will bo VOVH TEXTS PER POIND. W PallBaile, Augnst 7, 1873, L. PRITfHARD. Proprietor. 1. r. USI.KK, Agent. U8.tf Notice.- LL PERSOXR KNOWING TUEMBELVES to be lndebtsd LO th .ul., nt thm 1.1- 'uhn 11. 1.mch sre KonsstMl tn mmiflnri and lieieUdatc such Indebtedness without delsy. unn mj. ueinanvn, Attorney for Executrix, Me-aetow Valley atreet, Piorhe. Angust , 187S sirJ-tf John MOTT, FISH & CO., Meadow Valley et. PIOCHE . NEVADA, r O H. 1? ZE3 IX And Deali;rn in HARDWARE, mill mmm mm. Dapout's Blasting Powder, Giant Powder anil Caps, Candles and Fuse, Blacksmith's Hardware, Iron and Steel, jJs TOVES -A.nci Tinware. FRANK WHEELER & W., IMPOBTEBH AKD DEALERS In General Hardware, . t V.- Notice! Notice! Orncj Flobal Apkikor Waitb Co 1 JiUy30,lb73. ") 'I 'HE FOLLOWJNU REOt'LATIONS HAVE J. ben duly sdopted by rwwlution of the Hoard uf Xrufiteeao. the FLO HA I. SPRINGS WATER Ca They sre to be strictly observed by consiimen of Fh.ral Spring witer: 1 In Kll wirx of uon-povineut of the witft rent withm tliree ciyt jitr pieiwnutiun of bill thv supply will bo cut off, iid the water shall not BKm b? let on, either for the ptvMot or my mbstqufut occupant, except ou the paynwut ol the amount due, together with the iiiin ot two dollar; providtd thit in catsea o( specitlt siipplieB.or lor lrattional parti ol the month wlu re the water has been let on, it maybe cm oil' hmnedintely after notice given at the place that the rent ia not paid, and maybe kt ou pain upon the condition before mentioned. a. No pei-won or family anpplled with Floral Bprtafffi water will be permitted to Wiethe water for any other purpose than that stated in thi kimi'iiiuiii, nor to mipply watr in any way u ot iitr pt-rKona or f am il 3. Cotirjuniers filmll prevent all ueneresMty wis st e vf vuUr, and nhsll Uiste no roncraliufiit of the pitrpoNe fr wliich It i ued. 4. NoalttratiouiiehHll be mmie in any watrt-pijn' or tlxture without lint giving uittct of them t iii l aUei'ittiuitat tho cirhv tit the CoDipflJiy. 1. In all ruhpH hTR water w to be aupnllel tn tx-verHl purtifH or teiuints from OM eouiiiv tmn r lap, the Company voutnrta i'Hly with fiie ot tmid m-vtral partit-f, and on his default to abide tht'ttp reMihUiou. and jy the raton, will rut off the rrmm-ftiim. tt. Vt ht itt er hiiy ttf tlueo rrulaticiuiithall U violated tin rui)iy of wahr willlie rti.oUii utd, anil not nsttmed until ell ( h;trf w4 ti p iiwr urn ftatixhed. 1. Alt ptm-itB tukiiit; wnter Mull kipUifir Mrvitu piprs in ciH-il n Miir. at theirownn m um and tin y will Le In Id liable for all clam n!t & mhith limy revull I mm their lailureiOiloMi. . Spi-iiikliiitf lttt lioae MiiaalMd tiii; U riaturit ill not be ulltiwed Ma iler any t'irriimf aitcea. P. Tho insivt'tiT. or other proprrly anthur ittiX titlicer cf the Compeiiy, al.all be admitted at all reasonable houra to all parte of anypnut- 1 .M B euppiicii will, wate r, to ve tlwt tlim rt-Kti In turn are ol.,ervi-d. The attt-ntit'ii of riutouu'ht having jtipe een tiertioiiK in hereby called to the atmve Kuhw and lti KuUtittjit, adopted l.y tho Board of Trut, and which art hi-rentl. embtxln d io all god trai'tH for water, and required to be wpnett lK-1'ore the toipply will lie furnioheii, Tbe above renulatitma will be Rtriotly euforvetl, and partis nt'tihetiiitf or rvfusiUK to comply with them will have their ntipply of water thrHintuiued at once. The Company n'servea the right of plac ing nietern nn all places supplied ihrottph the pipf-u, iu wliieh ae two and one-half cents pir Kaltouwill be charged for the water used, aud one-half the coat of the meter and placiu upou the pimiwu. Ktrtica having h,incaw ol lire, will 1h- allowed to uw witer toextinpiinh the same fre ot charge. Water will be Bupiliei hv curls, within tho main limitRof the town, at.... tl Cts. per gallon And at the (ioonc Nerks of the Company, on Main Btreet, at H Ct. pr. Rallon The neeennity of an economical utte of water in imperatively called for in ordr that A Ft'IX Kl'PPLY may be kept at the Company'a tank m case of Fllit. W. M. LI hBOi K. iyat , FORWARDING .....U.D.... mm- uiu. aouua MILL oeions HILL OOOOB iu. twousfurill ft J 11m. oewns MILL IMMUjS AlAlXl VXUUU.O MUX noons MILL oetons MILL ooorsl jMuxaoons Mlutug Oooets UlDtDR OeKsts MinlDK Oooels MllilimloexllIVIMrt nnnTIQMlnilig Oooels MininaetexxMlrtlltU UUUlJuMinlnK QooUs MininK Uooela Mlnlni' Uontta Mining Goods Zxoxi. ettxdL Stool, Stoves of all Kinds, ESto......E3tO-v Et3 Eto. A Supply cf TINWARE: Tinware Tinware' Tinwsn Tinware TinwiriTtnwsr. .Tinware Tin war. 13 WHOLESALE DEALER . . . .Is. . . . Floar, Grain, & General MercWse, TO ANO (C. r. It. It.) NEVADA, Will Receive snd Frrrward Fre-igW to PIOOHB ALL PARTS OF EASTERN KEVAD ....AND.... Idaho Territory, DISPATCH KPT AT 10W 1? doing Rates. Mark floods Tare V. V. Marx, Toaaa, NeTaa-" H. A. BRTJNNER, Agent at Piocbn-ruriS-K Notice tqJShlppew. Arrr.R august ioth au .a, Piocho rates, per Railroad, except Tuano, will be withdrawn. ' tonrarder. Notice to Creditorg. ESTATE OP JOHN H LYNCH, TltCtl Notice 1. he-rebr given b, the CTS Aelmlnistratrixof the estate ol Jo'in1? iSM deceased, to the creditors of. n ' .iid de having claims aifsinst the esttte of Mi ceased, to exhibit them, with the "T Touchers, within ten months '"r'TH,Ii8t licalionot thia notice, to the sa id ln';in trix. or to John L. Donohne. at Pievhe hit" c.,m,ly, Nevs. MABOARKT LVNCH,rf ' ' "'"'jrhnH.Lynch.de . -. a irf?s sun-" . mbT, Ihspms. Mill and """""'triiLFrau- lacaue.u ol priucusu place 01 """"""-J. u,iiiD cise-o, Calitoniisi tocation of bere. Wrtriet. Lincoln county, Ns -uctor. b, given that at a mt .wj of JiSsocn; On hand: also Tin Work Executed prompt. 1 at reasonabHi rate.. TONS BTOBK. Upper Vain street, Pioche, Nevada. apllMI held on the imh day of Jnly. " Tjevieei (So. 41 of twenty-nve cents perahare p,n the capital stock of the nratioo, PW in.me.li.tely in United Sttte. gold wk 415 Secretary, at the ofnos of the Company, Montgomery street. Ban JSJ shall Any stock nm which thia "mbr' rfinaln unpaid on th. M S'Si tor ls73, will 6e dl"l,'n1"ent U m-f st public aoction. and ttnlesir J" aiua before, wtf be sold on IPrWa y. te dtlu,. day of aieptember, 1K73, " f' ol ad ,ent aasimit. together with ,ttsing and expend of Omcei No. 415 Montgenni - "j.u citm, I'll.