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WKDXESDAV. AI CVST 0. IMS. Tb Business Office ot the Fiocbk Pailt Escokd will be hereafter in the office ol H. R. Breakey, at Michael's cigar store. Slain street, opposite Me:iduw Valley. KUKOKH A HTIKE. Til EI K SPKt'IM. TO TBA PIUCK PAILT SSCOSD. Eastern Dispatches. The ain.iili;ainatioii scheme of the ei tienieaml impracticable Abolitionists hai wvll uiyU run its course. Let theiu raut a they may anil compel white peojile to recognize negroes an their equalathey won't Jo it any further than the law ra ti uires that thev shouIJ. Tho two races caunot bo amalgamated without a sail deterioration of both. The negro has been mado free; he has been made a witness-, he has been admitted to the jury box, the ballot, an I allowed to hold office; yet the very men who have overthrown the Constitution for the purpose of ac complishing these eu.ls look upon the black man as beneath them. A separa tion of the races seems a dire necessity to the peace of the crmutry. White and black cannot live together on terms of enualitv. Where the latter are iu a hope less minority, as iu this State, it is no practical consequenca whether the ne groes are voters or not. But in the former slave States of the South the pro cess of separating the races has begun. The Boston Advertiser, in discussing the question, says " such a separation of the races is bsing cfmietly effected by the vol untary migrations of the colored people to tbe flat lowlands of the Mississippi Valley,, where they thrive most and have the most advantages iu competition for a livelihood. It is said that within a year more than 30,000 negroes have left the upland counties of Georgia, where the soil is comparatively poor and unproduc tive, for the lowlands of the Mississippi, and that the rate of this migration is constantly increasing. u the other hand, the whites are leaving the sections to which the negroes come and fleeing to the hills. Large cotton and sugar planta tions art- being abandoned by their former owners, many of whom are divid ing their estates and selling them to the negroes. The result will be, if the move ment is continued and becomes general, that Louisiana and a large part of Missis sippi will become negro States, while the negro element in other sections will be less conspicuous and influential. The movement has assumed such proportions that there is a definite proposition under consideration to form a new State com prising West Tennessee and the upper counties of Mississippi, giving over the rest of the latter to negro domination." KAIL.KOAU FKOM SALT I.AKIC. Inferring to the statement of the Salt Lake Uumkl, that four hundred tons of iron and another locomotive were on the way for the Salt Lake, Sevier Valley and 1'iochc Railroad, the Beaver (,1'tah) Ku terprise, of tho 12th, says " tho fact is a guarantee to Southern I'tnli. as well as Sonthenstern Nevada, that we may ex pect our communication and transporta tion to be by the Sail Lake, Sevier aiul I'iochn llailroad, at i much earlier day than we cm anticipate by the I'tah Southern. lVi this as it may, wo hail the assurance to the people that the en terprise of 1'. E. Connor nud 11. S. Jacobs, with their assistants, will give us of the South a speedy connection with the commercial centers of the world, and that our agricultural, grazing and mineral wealth shall bo no longer " under a bushel." We congratulate our readers upon the success o: this en terprise. We shall soon be trausportiug rich silver ores, iron, copper, bismuth, marble, sulphur, lead, antimouy, and also wheat, oats, barley and horses, cat tle and sheep, etc., to say nothing of the luscious fruits of St. George, Topair ville, Washington, Clara, nud the settle ments of the liio Virgin, Tun Nevada State Journal ( Keuo) is very severe upou Governor Booth, of California, and iu a leading article says " there is no denying the tact that Gov. Booth has proven a traitor to the party which placed him iu the exalted position he now occupies; and this last act of his convinces us that he has been playing false to the Republican party of California for over a year past, and now he openly, in a public speech in the city of San Francisco, repudiates the nomi nees of the Republicans awl advocates the election of a hybrid ticket, put np by a few disappointed political oharlatans, and the formation of a new party. Mebcubial Poisoning. The Loudon Lancet of April 20th noticed " a recent communication to the Paris Academy of Sciences, by Dr. Meyer, in which the Doctor Bays liquid ammonia, scattered iu workshops where mercury is largely used, will erfectually prevent mercurial puis 'ng." The plan is to scatter half a r ''r more over the floor of the apsrtment every evening after work for the day is finished. This may prove a valuable discovery. It is, at least, worthy ef attention among those who are en gaged iu working ores by the quicksilver process. Abms fok Inthah. A remarkable re port, Bays the Virginia Chronicle, comes from the upper Missouri river, of the dis covery of two thousand stand of Sharp's breech-loading rifles, intended for de livery to the Sioux. A bountiful supply of ammunition accompanied the rifles These were going to the Indians under cover of annuity goods. As these Sioux are on the verge of revolt on account of the Northern Pacific Railroad, this at tempt to furnish theiu with arms is one of the blackest developments made of late. Is a quarrel at Rockford, Missouri, on the 11th instant, Colonel Durkee, a prominent lawyer, strnck P. O. Morgan, a wealtny larmer oi ids vicinity, with a heavy Notary's seal, the blow preoipitat ine Morgan out of the door of Durkee'a office, his head striking on a stone and fracturing his skull, from which he died in a few hoars, r Double Murder Trial at Weerhesier, Peuu.-Tli Lawraatrla Murder ('ase-Drathofa Veaerable Pastor--Urookl) a Horse-hoer a Strike -Arrest of Lmrrailrla-A Chicago Policeman Killed ljr m Burglar The Lle Railroail Dlaaater on the Alton Road. Vnsi-HKsrsB, Peun., August 18 W. E. I'ddersook, arranged to-day for the murder of Wingfield S. Goss and the murder of an unknown man, pleaded not guilty. Trials postponed. Albany, August IS. v.. flim to the whereabouts of the murderer of Loweustein has been u..irc.l Mrs. Weston Insists that the renorts of her oomnlicity are false and presents evidence of her innocence. excites great sympathy here. She says on last Monday she suspected that Low eustein had murdered or robbed her hus band; that Loweustein had gone off with him and returned aloue with plenty of money and two pistols; that she went to two Brooklvu station houses to try to have Loweusteiu arrested for the robbing of Weston, but failed. She then went to Philadelphia and for two days walked the streets in a rain st um with her babe ;n her arms looking for her hnsband. Both Mrs. Weston and Lowenstein have been sent to a hotel here, where they will be boarded for the present. Nkw Yoks, Aug. 19. Rev. Gardiner Spring, since 153 pas tor of the Brick Church Congregation died at his residence here yesterday, aged SO years. The reduction of wages has sent the horseBhoers of Brooklyn on a strike. Six tons of gold coin have been brought by the treasury officials from San Francisco to the New York sub-treasurv. Albany, Aug. IU. j Lowenstein, supposed to be implica ted in the murder of Weston, a one arined soldier, was arrested at St. Cath arines, Canada, from which place he at tempted to communicate with his wife, using her maiden name. Chicaiio, August 111. Police officer Curistiun Jacobs was shot and killed by a burglar yesterday. The assassin escaped. Total number ot killed and wounded iu the railroad disister of Saturday is 51 17 are dead. The engineer of the conj train 1ms been arrested and is now in jail. The conductor has escaped, but efforts are being made to capture him. The excitement in regard to the rail load accident on the Alton road still con tinues. The funeral of Captain Smith and other victims talu s place to-day, and will be attended by Governor Beveridge and other State officials. Tho Coroner's in quest is still iu progress. The testimo ny of Superintendent McMullen places the blame on the engineer, who is in custody, and the conductor. The press dyniLOnlii s,trne radical iluprovmeiit In the manner of running roads. about J3.000; oovrred by Insnranc for f fi,000. The dwelling honso of Jacob j Sille was damaged to the extent of JfiX Tbe body of an unknown man was found to-day at the bottom of a high em bankment ou the Potrero. It ia n- posed the uiau had beeu drunk, fell off and received injuriea resulting iu his im mediate death. Sax Fbascm.:o, Aug. III. The Liberal will not be issued under that name, but as- the Independent de fender. First issne, August 23J. A new Spanish daily is soou to be issued. John Dennis was the name of tbe man whose dead body was found on the Po trero to-day. He leavea a family here. Su kAMfcxro, Aug. 19. A large portion of the balustrade for the State Capitol, made by the Ransom Artificial Rtoua Company of San Iran ciseo, cast in solid panels, have arrived. The leaders on the Sutter Creek stage became frightened this morning, break- ino the lea of a man named Jones, also breaking the leg of one of the hoises. Tbe house of E. D. Rvan was burned near llockliu to-day. Albany, Ogu., Aug. A deserter named McCabe was-arrested this morning, for stealing a horse, as well as for desertion. Tlinia.lav.aiul all day was i-iit iu Ihe j Russian American Company against But. rud.avor oil Ihe part ol the attorney lor Ihe ilufeuse to mtaftliKU sue pictli' live right of their clients. Weta-nhiy, r n.Isv, toe taking ol tt siiiopuy whs con tinued, aiid without any evening ssaaioa mushed. . lo-day. therefore, the argil- menu pre, aud eou whicb promise to Iv J sufficiently long and dry. uotwitbslaud- ; lug the nature ol the element chiefly in volving iu the snit, will bo heard Itefure Ihe Judge. , . IT. S. Mint. The Coiner of the Car son Miut coini-d yesterday .W.l'IO, iu 6ve aud b-u-dollar pi.ces, to be returned to Nevada depositors, who made depoa its of gold at the Mint to tot turned luto that class of gold coin. Ou the same day a large deposit of silver bullion was received from California for coinage. Infobxatiox Wantkd. A friend or relative of Elias Lamb, who was eugaged as butcher iu Carson in lull, is looking for him. Appointment. The Governor has ap pointed Thomas E. Hayden and C. E. Gillette Notariea Public, the latter for Reno and Ihe former for Elko. On the 11th inst. Noah M. Hastings was drowned in Carson river, near Young's Bridge, iu Douglas county, at the Carson river wood-drive. He was, at ihe time, eucaced iu breaking a "jam," and the wood, breaking loose, probably carried him underneath. He was about 32 yeais of age. (.I.KAMNliS HIO.1l KXtHAXUKS, Foreigu News. A Cincinnati local has discovered an old lady, Angela Podesta, aged 104 years. She was born in the province of Vignolo, Italy, in 1769, the birth year of Napoleon I, the Duke of Wellington and other Ulnstrions personsges. Nuzzling Ilie Pi'eis ly Ihe Freuclt 4;uvertiiueiit-Fivii(H Ultd Spanish Complications A Correction Tlie Bunk of Ktitrluml Forgers on Trial - Fighting in t'uliu. Paiiis, August 1H. Thus far during this mouth tho Gov ernment has suppressed or forbidden the sale of twenty Republican newspapers iu the province. Leaders of tho Left iutend to publish u protest against these sup. piessions aud question tho Government ou the subject w hen the Assembly meets. Madrid, August 18. The Epcica of this city alleges that the French Government is secretly favoring the operations of the Carlists, in order to strengthen the cause of the Count de Chambord. The Spanish Consuls of France complain of the tolerance of the French authorities ou the frontier toward Carhsts. Iu a Madrid dispatch of the 17th inst., the Carlist infantry force in Spain was by clerical error stated to be 2,600 men. It should have been 26,000 men. London, August 18. Austin Bidwell and confederates, iu the Bank of Englaud forgery case, were arranged to-day. Counsel for defend ants made nu unsuccessful attempt to secure an adjournment. The jury was sworn in and the case formally opened by the prosecuting attorneys. Havana. Aug. 18. A telegram from Puerto Principe says on the 12th a body of Insurrectionists under Maximo Goedenez attacked a force of Spanish cavalry stationed on a cattle farm bear Puerto l'nncips. After a hort engagement the Insurgents with drew, but not before they had captured 19 horses. Spanish loss, 31 killed. Pacific Coast. Klko and Hamilton Karrow-CJung'e- Muipemloa of Prltchard'a Fast Freight Line Accidental Death Xewspaporial Body Recop;, nixed Stage Accident In Amador, El'okka, Nev., August 19. The loss sustained by fire at the Taylor furnace on Sunday morning will not ex ceed $500. Salisbury, Kerr and Clark, connected with the Elko & Hamilton Narrow-guage Railroad project, have been in town tbe past few days. They express a deter mination to commence the construction of the narrow-guage- immediately, and assert that it will be completed and in running order to tbe mouth of Railroad Canyon by the 1st of January. Pritchard'a fast freight line, hitherto plying between Eureka and Pioche, baa been suspended, owing to a raise in freight rates to Palisade and reduction of rates to Toano. Sam Fbancisco, Aug. 19, At half-post 10 o'clock last night a Are occurred in the Chicago Brewery, Folk street, owned by Noble k Co. Damage A Bad Execs BirnKii than Nomk. Tbe New York Sun aoysr "As Colfax has played out nearly all excuses for bis Credit Mobilier transactions, we suggest the one offered by Wrestling Joe, of Ore gon, when asked why he had attempted to personate Joseph Thomas. Joe re plied that be " merely yielded to the misdirection of a perturbed mind." Like Harlan and Colfax, his mind was per turbed by the prospect of stamps. A Good Timk Coming. It is stated that the fifteen millions awarded by the Geneva Arbiters to the United States iu payment for the depredations of the Ala bama and other cruisers, will be paid over in October. It is likely that the payment of such a sum will have a bene ficial effect upon the money market. NEVADA STATF. ITF.M.H. From the Hold Hill News, Augtiot 15.) A Scbplcs or Teachebs. We are In receipt of numerous letters from leath ers residing in all parts of the United States, who, tempted by the apparently high wages paid to teachers here, are anxious to emigrate to lyevaaa. xnese people do not seem to nnderstand that the cost of living in Nevada is about twice or thrice as great as in any other State in the I'nion. Teachers don't get rich in Nevada any faster than elsewhere. To those of our readers living outside of the State, we say, abandon the idea of coming to Nevada to teach school. In this State the bnsiucss is already over done. There are a score of applicants fur every vacant position. A TKBBiiiLlt affair too place last Wed nesday evening at Galena, in this State. Some miners were celebrating the mar riage of a friend at a saloon, when they commenced quarreling, and a tight en sued, during which a man named Frank McCann w is stabbed to the heart and instantly kilkd by Charles Mcintosh. McCann was much respected, and, as far as report goes, was iu no way to blame iu the matter. He was a native of Ohio, aged '2-J years. Mcintosh sueoeeded iu making his escape, but was raptured last evening. Lunatic. A crazy man, name un known, has beeu wandering about the ouutry iu the vicinity of Fort Churchill for several davs past. The man had eaten nothing stnee Tuesday last. A. M. McCabe, Deputy Sheriff of Lyon coun ty, learning of tho whereabouts of the insuue man, went down to Fort Churchill and captured him. Night before last the man slept in the middle of the road with a stone for a pillow. Sheriff McCabe brought him up to Dayton and lodged him in the Lyon county jail. From the Viriiiis Chronicle, August IK. Wbktcbsdnkss Relieved by Death. Mrs. Catharine Curran, a native of Ire land, aged about forty years, was found dead in her bed in a cabin near the gas works, this morning. Her littlo crippled boy, six years of age, whs was found sleeping sweetly beside the dead body of bis mother, said he tnougut sue metl abont 3 o'clock this morning. The hus band of deceased died iu this city three and a half yeais ago, since which time the widowed mother has been drinking to drown her sorrow. She had three daught ers, ranging in age from eight to thirteen years, who were taken charge of by the Sisters of Charity ot this city soon utter the death of their father. One of the little girls is partially paralyzed on one side, and the little "boy, who has been with the mother since his birth, is crip pled in one hip so that h cannot walk without tiro aid ot a crutch. Mrs. Curran came from St. Joseph, Missouri, to this city, some years since, and was at that time and for some years alter a sober, industrious and highly esteemed woman. When death strikes down tbe young, the beautiful, and those full of hope and promiso, its terrors shock the living, but when it comes like a benediction to re lieve the wretched, the heart-broken and the hope-forsaken, one feels like para phrasing Sancho Panza, and saying: liort mesa tne man who invented Death." From the Virginia FDtrpriw, Aug. 16. Scale ix Boilibs and tbe Naw Watkb. An important advantage likely to accrue to all our mill and mining companies, where steam powai is nsed, of which we have as yet heard no mention made, is the getting rid of the troublesome and destructive scale in boilers from which we have for to many years suffered in soul and pocket. The new water, coming as it does from the Sierra Nevada moun tains, and being in great part the product of the melting snows of that region, ia said to be singularly free from minerals of all kinds, and therefore is likely not only to not form scale in onr boilers but on the contrary to free them of the scales they already contain. The acale formed by the water formerly in nse here has rained a vast number of boilers and has entailed great expense npon the proprietors of all manner of steam works, in one way and another, directly and indirectly. -" The Cornucopia fever has at last made its appearance iu this place and we hear of several persons who are preparing to visit this new and (if balf we hear be truo) wonderfully rich mining district. As things now iook, we shall soon have a new city of tents and shanties which will doubtless be a ripsnorter for rights and murders, a sort of enant ttrriblt among towns, a rival of Pioche. (From the Carton Appeal, Aug, Is. Wateb Case. The examination ot the witnesses for the defendants in the ease of the Washoe ranchmen against the Marlette Flame Company, was begun SuoToi-s Law. A short lime ago, Mr. Wolfe lost a sum of money and a lot of specimens up ot Craig's station, near the Butte Flume and Lumber Company's lower mill, anil his suspicious alighted upon a certain man there who, he felt sure, had committed the theft. So going into Craig's place he fonnd the fellow sitting there. He borrowed a shotgun of Craig and loaded it right there on the spot; then he wrote a few lines to the susDected partv, telling him he would shoot him if he didu't produce the nionev and specimens. Wolfe then step ped back a few paces nud waited for his victim to read the uote. Having run bis eve over it, be asked v.olte what meant, and the latter replied it meant exactlv what it said, and that, if he didn't produoe the money and speci mens, he would shoot him on the spot Seeina that Wolfe was drsnerately in earnest, he confessed that he bad taken $'20, but that was all. " Lay dowu $40 and the specimens," said Wolfe, vonr time has come." Then the fellow wanted to hand them to Wolfe, but the latter ordered bun to lay them dow where he was and leave, aud so he ex traded from his clothes the $40 and the specimens and laid them down, and then Wolfe ordered him away, and he stood not nnon tbe order of his going. That the way they make thieves disgorge np in the mountains. LL'any mute liecor Hth iustnut. Tueke is great Buttering in the Eastern StateB at this time iu consequence of the drouth. The Boston Journal of Chemis try for August says ou this Bubject: is seldom a drouth so severe is felt i this section in June and July as hns beeu experienced this season. Onr hills a bare and brown; our brooks have dried up, and Bluings cease to bubble from the earth; our herds ot -cattle nun scouiy herbage in the fields, nud corn, brought from the prairies of the West, is fed to them freely over a large part of New England. Our hay crop will be a scanty one; but corn, which withstands drouth remarkably, does not seem to suffer seri ously. All the different v.-petiesof fruits have been injured by the absence of ruin, but there is much to be thankful for. We shall have enough of tho products of mother earth, so that when the time honored festival of ' Thanksgiving Day" comes rouud, in November, we shall not pass it by and refuse to observe it." , An extraordinary dental operation is told by a New York exchange; Not long ago the old male hippopotamus at the Gardens suffered much from a decayed tooth. In former times be would have been shot, as wns poor " Chnnee," the elephaut at Eseter 'Change. Mr. Burt lett, Superintendent of the Zoological Gardens, with his ever ready talent in meeting all emergencies, determined to Eull out the tooth. He ordered the lacksmith to make a pair of " tooth for ceps, and a tremendous pair they were. The "bite " of the forceps just fitted the tooth ot the hippo. By skillful manage ment liartlett managed to seize Master Hippo's tooth as he put his head through the bars. The hippo, roared frightfully, pulled one way, Bartlett aud the keepers pulled the other, and at last out came the tooth, and the hippo, soon got well again. The difference between the cost of narrow-gauge and ordinary four-feet eight-and-a-half-iuch gauge is rather more than most people imagine that is, if we are to fake the word of a writer in the Financier. There are now fifteen narrow-gauge railroads in operntiou iu the United Slates, 'having 700 miles of track, and there are no less tbnn twenty organizations, and 1,250 miles under prooess of construction. The roads have been planned and constructed iu the past two years. The cost,' through a level country, is j 10,000 a mile, includ ing equipment of rolling stock, while tbe broad-gauge costs from $35,000 to $40, per mile. An overland traveler writes to a Mil waukee paper long complaints of the dan gers incurred from gamblers, thieves and desperadoes throughout the entire jour ney. He says: "Their operations cover the whole field; spotters dog the steps of persons leaving nan f rancisco, and by means of the telegraph and other agen cies only known to the initiated, the des peradoes along the line aro advised of any ' game that may tie passing over the road. One gang, numbering from four to ten, usually rides only from one station to an other, when they are relieved by others one, however, remaining quietly onboard an the time tor observation. ter. The property attached was winy three square leagues in the Sacramento District, and all personal property. ,Th Evening Express of New Tori, dated the 13th, referring to tbe Presi dent's trip in the East, says bis visit to Maine ia at the instances of Speaker Blaine, which means Blaine for tne nited States Senate, and Senator Mor ill fur a vacant seat oa the bench of the Snnreme Court. This scheme contem- l ites that Louiiiiug snail laze duiui r. sidential slock and decline tbe Chief Justiceship. Mr. Justice Swain, of the Supreme Court, is to be made Chief Jus tice, thus making the necessary vacancy among tbe Associate Justices for Senator Morrill. If this schema is snccessrui, Morrill will resign on the assemblage of Coneress in December. Dingley, whose election as Governor ia assumed, will annoint Blaine, and then the Legislature, which assembles in January, will be manipulated to confirm Blaine's appoint ment by election. Kate Flint, ona of the women ar raigned in the Folios Conrt, was found niltv yesterday by a jury, on the charge of keeping a house of ill fame, and was fined by Judge Clinton in the sum of sf iikj. Two other females charged wun a similar offense, who promised to be present and answer the accusation, failed to nut in an appearance, having, it is said, left the city by yesterday morning's train. L Salt Lake journal, Aug. 14, Morgan, the man who killed Moxley in Tintic a few days ago, was brought to Provo yesterday and lodged in the County Jail to await trial. His case will nrohobly be brought np on tbe 26th, Provo Times, August 11th. Pebbis & Co. propose to start a new weekly paper in Salt Lake city about the first of September, to be devoted to the mining and general material interests oi the .territory. Clothing, tftr. jCtfial, Hit. do. r- i Pioneer Store! Pioneer Store! S. ASHIM tL BRO. S. ASHIM it, BRO. S. ASHIM fc BRO. Spring Stock! New Coods! Daily Arrivals! READY-MADE CLOTHING! Men's and Beys' BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS, Cents' Furnishing Coods OF THB LATEST STYLUS l . SherifT Sale. B V UtTt'E OF AN EXECXTIO ikri ri. out of Ibe BiMrict Court, In countv of Lincoln, Stat ol XdTnd in !' diirrtrd slid delivered, for Judgment rnd.SS in uid Court on the lath d.v ol AueuM 1873, in fkvor of O. P. Huereood ,nd W Kherwood, and smlmt Gi-orxe w. coffc i ,? sum of seven hundred and MventrT 7, gold coin dollar danisun, together with Hub -Ul costs, and all aceruing con., I have ItviI on the following property, to wii: TbatwruiS real estate or town lot situate in lb. fioche. Lincoln countv. Kevad. o. .7.. side of that certain treet running earterlv .VLi weaterlr. and being north of Boon. Doliai?. corral and feed alable. and now occuuied hTT.i said tot or real tint, being an'y feet front JJl or leu, oa said Mreet, by one hundred leet'deen more or leas, togetner with the hoeae thenn!.' Notice ia hereby given that on Weaaeeda. Ihe Sd day ef Nntrmbr. 1 1771-7" o'clock m., I will at 11 ail the right, utl. .lii. tcreat of aaid defendant in and to tbe above dZ scribed property, at the Conrt Hons. nor i pioche, at publie auction, for caah in hand' IU ' ww, w aaiuiy aiid execution and all coata. August U, 1873. W. g. TRAVIS, Sheriff By B. H. HESKFoao, Deputy Sheriff, ault-td O-rooerlee, Candles, Fusa; STEEL, And HAMMERS, PICKS, every description of Minora' Ware a, tog-Mlier with a TtXox Jo-pay. Full Line of General Merchandise, Which we offer for sale at a Maaeppa "liver Mining Company.. n-.tinn ol orincioal vlace of hnaineaa. Bl Francitro, Cat.; location of worka, Ely Mining Diatrict. Lino hen by given that at a meeting of the Director!, held on the Ibtn oav ol Aiuniat. ibi j. an aaaee. ment (No. 9) of fifty cent! par aha re wu levied upon tbe capital atock ot the corporation, payable immediately, in United State, gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the Company. No. sanaoue street. Han l ranciaco, uu. any atock upon which thil aaaeaameut ahall remain unpaid on the HOth day of September, REDUCTION IN PRICES! HERETOFORE rXKXOWNl NO PRETENSE ABOUT IT! ln"a. will be delinquent, and advertiaed for sale We Sell for Less Became we for Leu I Bajr public auction, and uuleaa payment made i before, will be aold on Wedaeadav, Ihe Slh day ef October, 1H73, to pay the delinquent aMaeaament. together with cost, of advertiaing aud expenses 01 aale. M r. uabb, secretary. Office: No. .130 aanaonie street, San Franciaco, California. auw-ta Athenaeum Saloon. rplilg SALOON, HAVING BEEN FITTED I up in tbe most tasteful manner, and Blocked with the PINBBT WIHES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS Ever offered to the Pioche Public, Ih now open to thooa who want a drink worthy oi tne name. Club Ilooms Attached. CLEVELAND di PATTIE, ult-tf Proprietors. Ladies and Gentlemen of Pioche! TRAVELERS! TEAMSTERS 1 PROS PECTOR 1 PIONEERS! BUY THE CHEAPEST! BECAVSK THK BEST! OUR GOODS ABE FRESH AND FIBST-CLASS ! Sheriff Sale. Bt VIRTUE OF AN EXKCTTIOlt IHSl ED out ot the Diatrict Court, in and for the county of Lincoln, state of Nevada, and to me directed and delivered, for a judgment rendered In aaid Court, on the lSlh day of July A D 11(73, in favor of U. Jacobs and L. Sultan and agalnat Halalead Goodrich, tor the aum of eight hundred and twenty gold coin dollar, damage, together with fat 76-luO tax cost., and all accru' lng conta, I hate levied on the following proo. erty, to wit: A houea and lot, situated oa the aouth aide of Main atreet, Bulllonville, and known a. the Bullioaville Hotel, said lot being b'i feet front on Main atreet, and runnine Wh bo leet. wnn me ouuar tnercon. Motlrea hereby given that on aiatardar, the noth day of Aairnat. A. D, 1873, At Ho'olock ni 1 will tell all the riuht tin- and iutereat of aaid llalatead Ooodrlch in audio ine .uuTeuncniwu property, at tne (JOurt lionet Door, at publie auction, for caah In hand, li the bigheat and beat bidder, to satisfy uid txt. cution and allooata. Auguat , 1873. W . 8. TRAVIS, Sheriff By B. II. Hebei-obd, Deputy. aul3-td Sheriffs Sale. BV. VIRTI K OF AN EXECCTIOH ISSUED out of the Dl.trict Court la and for the county of Lincoln, State of Nevada, and to me directed and delivered, for a judgment rendered iu raiu whio uu me im oay oi Auguat, A V 17:1, in favor of C. H. Light, and against Floral Mill and Mining Company, for the aum of alx. teen thousand two hundred and ninety.oue 6A. lnodollara damages, together with two thousand three hundred and .itty-flve 76 100 dollsrstax costs, and ill accruing coats, and interest, 1 have leviea on tne toiiowing property, to wit: The Floral Mill and Mining Company's Mill, situ ated about one-half mile eaat of the town of riocne, Lincoln county, nevada, consisting of mill bouse, engine, boiler, stsmus. nana, tie . with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging. "I"' WIW U1MUU1II,MIUU,IIIID ueilOWa, tOOl., iron, etc.; assay office deak.aasay apparatus and fixtures, building used aa a boarding-houer, 1 water tank, 7 wheel-barrows, 1 doxen ahovels, 1 chain fall. 1 lot of picks, 1 lot of plank, lot of brick, 3 ladders, lot of car wheel a and axles, lot of Iron bolts, gas and ateam.pipe, 1 pair or. scales, x won ncet nos, x grindstone., lot tit timber, 1 lot 3-inch plank, lot leather belting, lot of charcoal, 1 large wooden chest, and tlie real estate on which aaid buildings are situated, and the waterplpe leading from the goose neck w ine mm. Notice ia hereby given that on Katurdar. the Both day of Auiru.l, A. D. 1873. at 1.' o'clock m., 1 will sell all the right, title and interest of aaid defendant in and to tbe above described property, at the Court-house Door, iu Piocbe, Nev., at Public Auction, for cash in hsnd, to the highest and best bidder, to satisfy said execution auo ail coais. August 3, 1873. W. g. TBAV1S, Sheriu. By B. H. HrnrroBP, Deputy. au7-td To Lease, VS MY BV81NESS COMPELS ME TO OO East for a term of months. I will lease my H.lsrn and Fixtures, with the Stock on hand, at cuht 1'iact, lor six months. a. C. OEROW, aulS-liu Meadow Valley street. Who doubts that any good thing can come out of ASHIM'S, WE SAY IXTO THEM Oome axicL Seo I jeXl-td HARRISON BROS. SWISS CONFECTIONERY. M1XEY 3c tAAOE Hahe, (J. A. Milry, lste of San Francisco, opposite tne riaza.) I E OPENED A CONFECTIONARY. AKEHY and C OFFEE SALOON On Main street, next to Halpin'a. Cream Cakes, Cream Candies, Fruit Cakes and all kinds of Pastry: also Calf 's Foot Jelly. Fan cy Boxes for Christmas presents. dl7tf UBS. P. KJUN, JAB. O'UCAST. Change of Proprietors. RS. WILLMAN HAVINO LEASED HER Hotel to KAIN c O'LEARx. thev an sow prepared to mrnisu BOARD AT '." PER WEEK, AND MEALS 3U CENTS. The Table will be slw.ys supplied with the Detti tne market annros. There are also attached to the Hotel airy M" Fl'RNISHED Vnder the supervision ot jyl-lw ROOMS, MltS. WILLMAN. San Francisco Restaurant AW Meadow Valley atreet, next door, South of Travis Bros Stable. Gilt fried & Brlaacher, Proprietors. Fresh OyBtera in every style. Open day and night for the accommodation of the public. n'iJ-tf " POND, REYNOLDS & CO., IMPORTERS ft JOBBERS OF WINES Si LIQUORS, ia California (it., Baa Vraaciaea. - Sole Agents (or Paoific Coast for O. O. Bisks k Co. 'a Hourbon County Kentucky Whiskies. Ispn-tn ..,.xrj&r.ss in ... . Furniture and Bedding Carpets, Wall Paper, Lining-. Doors and pJaaix, eve, MAIN STREET, FIOCIIE. HPRINO AND PILU MATHKSSEB, Bla.n.k.etB, Sheets, PARLOR AND 1IKD.KOOM NKTH, FINE TOILET SETS, Carpets and Oil Cloth, Window Shades. A FINE ASSORTMENT OF UPHOLSTERI it. Goods, Drapery, cc Psper Banging done, ap.ir FRANK WHEELER & CO., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS In General Hardware. In tbe -vicinity of Lassen Buttes, in this State, there bas recently been dis covered a number of beautiful little vnl leys in which there are a number of small lakes or pools. The water in the lakes is perfeetly clear, snd contains neither fish nor any kind of animal life. The locality shows reoent signs of vol canic action. In many places may be seen the trunks of trees torn from their roots and partially covered with heaps of lava rocks. i : i Lewis J. Dribblesby, fifty-eight years of age, the man recently arrested for rob bing Ihe stage between Grass Valley and Colfax, was sent to the State Prison in September, 1865, for twelve years, for highway robbery in Sierra county. In August, 1871, Governor Haight com muted his sentence to six years, and be was discharged in September, 1871. Governor Booth has now restored him to citizenship, in order that his testimony may be made available. Db. Gxoroi McKinhtby, states the San Diego Union, was the first Sheriff in California. In 1847 ha was appointed to that office by John X. Bitrtlaire, Alcalde of the Sacramento District. He levied one of the largest attachments on record, ths ssme being in s snit brought by the Valuable Invention! ii). AN ENTIRELY NEW Sewing Machine! FOR DOMESTIC USE. ONLY Fivif DOLLARS. Wits tat Nev fittst Buttoa Boll Woikir. Tn soil SiapU ait Csmpsrt is Ctutnctln. Tai Kort Bsntts as! Icoaoalstl la Dii. A Xotal ef Comiiui Stntta sal Bttuty. Complete in all Its parts, uses th Straight Eye Pointed Needle, Self Threading, direct upright niMiuve motion, new tension, hen reeil and Cloth Guider. Operates by Wheel and one Table. Light Biuuiing, Sinolh anil noiseless like all good high priced rusvhlnt t. Has patent check to prevent the wheel being turned tbe wrong nay. Uses the thread direct from the spool. Makes the Elastic Lock Stitch IB nest and strongest stitch known;) firm, durable, close and rapid. Will do all kinds of work, line and coarse, from Cambric to heavy Cloth or Leather, and uses all descriptions of thresd. The beat mechanical talent In America and Europe, has been devoted to Improving snd simplifying our Machines, combining only that which la practicable, and dispensing with all complicated surroundinga generally found in other machines. Special terma and extra Inducements to male and female agents, store keepera, e., who wil establish agencies through the country and keep uu, new uumujin wu OXUlOlllOn Sou Bale, County rights Riven to smart scent, free Agents' complete outfits furnished without any extra charge. Samples of sewing, descriptive uinTuieia wuwiuius terms, testimonials engrav ings, Ac, sent free. ... Address, ' " " k " BROOKS SEWING MACHINE CO., no. 1329, Broadway, p-. New York- To Pioche Shipper.. ITB ARE NOW SHIPPING FBEIOHT Bailrosd) at Twa aad Three-qaarler Oats Pemad, en Tims, to Pioche, And will give disTiNtrh to all roods to our cars. uunvim a MunitAr, forwarders, Uhl. risk MILL QCOM MILL DOOM MILLOOOM MILL OOOMU111 A-J0 MILL MOM MILL OOOMiXtUll 7UUtik MILL GOOD MiLL OOUOt MILL GOO I iMILLOOOItt Mining Good. UlaiQfi QiMtifl Mininff Gtooda Mining OoodbUTV!in finnnOMiniiu. Good Mining Good.KimilU UUUUOMininK Goods Muting ttuods MiniD? Uoods Mining Good Summons. N THE DISTRICT COl'RT OF THE 8centn Judicial Diitrkt of tbe State of ISpvuU, in and for the connty of Lincoln. Jane Hulftp, plaintiff, vs. Ik-ujuuin Unite, defendant. Action brouiibt tn tbe Piatrict Covn ot the Seventh Judicial DUtrict of the 8Ute ot Kevada, in and fr tbe county of Lincoln, and the com- . plaint filed tn said county of Lincoln, in the ufflce of tbe Clerk of Mid Diatrict Co. The malt) oi nevana scnaa greeting to k-Qjt-min Hulae, defendant. You are hereby inquired to appf ar in an irtion brought ajfaiost you by tbe above named lain tiff, in tne iMHtnei t'ourt oi tnr i ve nth Judicial Diatrict of the Btate of Nevada, In and for the county of Lincoln, and answer the complaint filed therein with In ten da 8(eicluniye of the day of aorvlre) after tbe aervlce on you of this summon, if aened in said county; or if served out of aaid cuuntT, but within aaid District, within twenty daji; and in all other canes, forty days; or Judgment by default will be taken against you, according to the prayer of said complaint. i tie sam action is orougui to ootain a uet-ree of this Court dissolving the bonds of matrimony existing between you, said defendant, and said plaintin, on tbe grounds of desertion oi you, uid defendant. Further, that such portion of th common property be set apart and allowed to plaintin as auaii ne equitanieana just, ior tbe maintenance and support of plaintiff; that tbe title of uid land (a description of which is fully set forth in plaintiff's complaint on file herein, to which you are referred) be adjudged to be in tbia plaintiff and minor children, aud that Mid defendant be enjoined and restrained lrotn disposing of or in any manner encumber. ing Mia property nerein uescnueu, sua lunuw, that the care, custody and control of the minor children be awarded to plaintiff; snd for such other and further relief as to tbe Court may aeem meet and proper, and for coat of suit. And you are hereby notified that if you fall to appear and answer tbe Mid complaint, as above required, the uid plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief herein demanded, and for costs of auit, in gold ouiu. I (.liven under my nana ana ine aesi m - .1 the District Court of the Seventh Juii seM cial District of the Stale of Nevada, in uid for the oountv of Lincoln, this 16th day of August, in the year of our Lord one thou sand eight hundred and seventy-three. jT. D. jniAjLJCIS, V icia,. Bvaf. M. HAvromD, Deputy Clerk. Bishop k Bab in, attorneys for plaintiffs. auliMw Taxpayers, Take Mice! FROM AND AFTER THIS PATE ALL rut ton! are hereby notified sot to pa; an; money ror Taxes or any description w ujv" son or persons whatever, except J. B. Dayton, i. K. Pedler snd Win. Mahoney, who an s; only deputies, snd alone authorized to receil lor iiifi, Haid gentlemen win atresia, duel the bnslnesa ol the Assetaor's office for m. make all aaseanmenta snd COLLECT m.h TAXES. K. i. HANLEV, aaetsor of Lincoln County, !""" Pioche, Lincoln county, Nev., Aug. M' aulitf Iron axlcI Steel, Stoves of all Kinds, KtO Bta KtO Eto A Supply of Tinwsrs TlnwsrsTI illAI I DCTinwxr unwars jinnnniv Tinware Tiuwara I On hand; also Tta Warfc ICtsraf sd prompt. ly st re .suitable rales. y . r , '. -'. STONE STORE, i .'. Upper Main street, Pioche, Nevada. apllktl PRITC HARD'S Fast Freight Line FROM PALISADE Tinware Tlnwars VIA Bl'HKKA, TO. pion" REDUCED KATES! SHEA, BOCQUERAZ & McKEE, (SI'L-CESSORS TO Sl'LI.IVAN k CAHHMAX,) Importers and Jobbers of WINES AND LIQUORS. SOLS AOL-MTS rOS-r . ' Golden aad TeaatU Bourbon WHISK1KS, Cor. Front nd Jackson Bta., 8AM FRANCISCO. sniwf I'NTII. FfRTHRR NOTICE, 3Tast '35rolsSlxt Ou frails, vegetables, cigars. ' light, bulk? and baled goode.O Cts. pr a.". Oe4iera merchandise, grocer- . . ies, etc,, , - r" SLOW RATF.8 , S Cts. prrs.- Light snd bully goods proportlonsteiy MABK GOODS CARB PRITCHARD, PALISADE. LIVERY, FEED AND Sales Stables, m2 Lower Mala ttasat CARRIAQ1SS, BUG DIES HORSES TO LKT. ..Pioche. (Part No forwarding charges by this line. Comer of Pioche and Field Stfl. il-U W. U PRITCHARD, Propr""- AND SADDLE Hones snd Mnles received on livery and prop erly uareil fcr. , aV Horses snd Mules sold on commission. Always on hand Com, Oats, Hay and Barley. GEO. C. JOHXHTON. Wood, Wood. 150 O0KDS D r0B RALE BT Jelrttf ar.O. 0. JOHKHTOJf. ITERS 4 LICHTEHSTEIN, 1UCTI0I ill coiiiisioi -Bel,,,T?' BRICK BUILDING, LACOUB STREET . MvrrvnFD TO OtTT DOOR SALES PROMFTi.i . . I a tJCTIOK SALES EVER t SSSS'SS A description of "'"S wirr aod Silver Jewelry, Watches, Clothing sn aishiug Goods, etc. . ' mr (Mods at Private sal. st Anrtlo. a"