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PaMlphrd ernry day (MYsujayarsrepttHli, BV HOM.AVD CO. orriCC Cpprr Mala slnt, Tit ai.lv TKRMNt Mar ;mi, l.j Mil or Cipro Ill SlxMontlw ( Tbn Until h Vans forwarded UU paid for. THK DAILT RECOHD 11 UellrfTf-d In Plorhr. BnlltonTllls and lUm. III. m. at Fifty Outo p wk. la)il to lb UarriM. AGENTS). r. W. CP. WE, tH ilontx jr at,. Ban Francisco X OEDUMi Unllionvlll T. 8TAR11 U.miitOD ID OCHE DAILY RE CORD. VOL. VII. PIOCHE, NEVADA, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. IS73. NO. -2. I A SI IT FOR FORTY MILLIONS. There is cow pending in Ihe State Courts of Pennsylvania ona cf the most important lawsuit on record. It was instituted by 0. H. Wheeler, a lawyer of Uaacu Chunk, Fa. It is for tbe recov ery of 4,000 acrrs of valuable coal lands in Luzerne county, Pennsylvania, aaid to bo worth $40,000,000. The history of the proprietorship of the land in fall of ro mance. Home forty yean sgj thre died iu a hospital in Philadelphia a man named J.nues Turulmll. lie had been a loan of means, and was one of the first to invest in land in thi region when the discovery of anthracite coal was tardily followed by mino development. lis purchased tbe tract of 4,(H)i acres iu Luzerne county. Bad speculations subsequently led him into dissipation, and he died as stated, declaring that he still had a title to tbe coal land in Luzerne, although others claimed it by virtue of tax purchase. a, divorce. A short time before his' death his wife was divorced from him, and given charge of their only child, a son, also named James. He lived with his mother in Philadelphia about ten year after his father's death, then, at the age of sixteen, went to sea. In 1852, tbe diYora-tl w idow, being in destitute circumstances, and believing that her son, if living for she hail not heard of hiin for years was the real owner of the coal lands m Lnzcrne county which her late husband had neg lected, came to Mancu Chunk and called on O. H. Wheeler. He had formerly been a friend of ber husband', the two having had, years before, real estate transactions together. To htm she stated tbe case of the ownership of the land, i and exhibited cettain papers in her pos session that once belonged to Tarnbnll. Wheeler examined the papers and , searched the record. The result con vinced him that yonng Tarnbnll had, through his father, a perfect title to the property. He tit once set about to find, . if possible, the whereabouts of the wan dering beir. Advertisements were in serted in tbe journals of all countries and i in all languages. Letters were written to every point where it was at all proba- hie that James might be, but without . avail. Not a word could be obtained that gave any clue to his whereabouts. Tbe ' land meanwhile had fallen into tbe hands of Am Packer, tbe Pardee, and other famous and powerful capitalists, wbo " still hold them. " THK SON HEARD FHOM. One day, in the Fall 1871, JamesTnrn bull's mother received a letter posted in the City of Mexico. It proved to be from v .her son. He was living at Mazatlan, on the western coast of Mexico, and would, in all probability, he home in another ' year. Thus, after u ceaseless effort of twenty years, the lawyer nnd tho mother were at last rewarded with news of the lost son. Mr. Wheeler employed a man to go to Mazatlan and bring James to Pennsyl vania. This was done, and about a year ago Tarnbnll landed in Philadelphia. His career had been one of peril, hard ship and adventure. The vessel be left Philadelphia iu was shipwrecked, and be and eight others of the crew were the only ones saved. When tbe boat which they succeeded in launching waB picked npnear tbe Island of bt. i nomas, after floating nine days on the ocean, Turnbnllwas the only living occupant. He was laid up three months in fit. Thomas before he recovered from the effect of the fearful voyage after the wreck, and then em barked ou a British trader. Subsequent ly he went to Central America. He worked on the Isthmus of l'otmnms until the stories of the discovery of gold in California reached that section, when, with hundreds of others, he hastened to the spot. He was a Forty-niner and made several fortunes, which in tarn he lost at the gaming table. He tired of the wrecklcss, lawless life of tbe mines in two years, and went to Mexico, and subsequently to Texas, where he made money in cap- turinc cattle for SDCculators iu -ow lore and Philadelphia. Tbe natives becoming too hostile, he had to flee the plains. He started to return to Mexico. On the way to Mazatlan be was blows: vr liy the explosion of the steamer he was on. Hundreds perished, but he was again providentially saved. He finally reached Mazatlan. where he went to work on a canal that was being dug. He was placed over a gang of natives, and kept a ranch where they obtained their supplies. This was broken open several times and robbed. One night he was attacked by a party of Mexican soldiers, and left for dead, with twelve dagger wounds in his person. Recovering from these, bo again became a wanderer. He speut a year among the silver mines of rem, getting nossessijn of a niece of land slid to con- lain silver deposits. Failinu to find them, he disposed of. tbe property for a snug. Iu lets than a month a rich vein of silver was opened upon it. He then went to Chili nnd worked un . der Harry Meiggs, the great South Amert loan railroad prince. Jlv a suD-contrao under Meiggs he made several thousand dollar, and had ha Dossessed a less rov ing disposition could have remained in Chill and accumulated a nauJsome lor tune. Completing his sontraet, ha went to Brazil and endeavored to get himself appointed aa an overseer la the diamond mines and failed. After roving through South America for several years, leading a life of tbe wildest adventure, ne again visited the western shore of Mexico, and then determined to return home. He wrote his mother, not knowing whether she was dead or alive. When the agent arrived from America Turnbnll had changed his mind as to re turntno home, and would soon have been on his way to the diamond fields of South Africa. - r- - To can the cllmnt of his eventful life, the boat which was conveying him to tbe steamer, which was to bear him to Pbil adclphia capsized, and he barely escaped with his lilu, losing many vamaoies. : . .. THK scrr. Upon the arrival of Tnrnbull in this country arrangements were at once per fected for commencing the proceedings. The funds for conducting tbe suit are furnished bv a stock company at a ven ture. If it is successful the members will be richly rewarded; if not, they lose all. : home of the most prominent men in Pennsylvania aro interested iu the case, and it will ba prosecuted to the fullest extent. Eminent lawyers have been en gaged un both aides. It came np at the .last session of the United Htatea District Court at Williamsport, but was' post poned on application of the defendants, us Judua Woodward. W. U. Armstrong, nnd others of their conusel, were mem bers of the Constitutional Convention and could not be present. '. (Those who were in Mazatlan daring the late war between the American States will ranembar Captiin Tarnbnll. a small auel man, ra'her pugnacious n.l veiy : loquacious. He expended a yrenl ; Hinrnnt of br. nth slid d-votl niucli n erry to the unsuccessful effort to iua canal froai the Muzntlnn rivtr to Ihe head of the Kstero (an arm of the sea) j to the east the port of Mazatlan. He was also the owner and inatT of tbe little steamer Atiahnae. If Turubuli suceds iu getting the SMO.OOO.OCO, it is more than likely that l.e w ill find j fririidh.- Ed. EtcoKii. PuOlUMLimS OF f .KS4MSM. For lilt! present IVsarism is a lauibiug stock, but it is more than probable Unit in a very short time it would have the direct or indirect stippoit of several larg clas ses of tbe population, including the fol lowing: Tint- ihe whites of the South. Second the blacks of the South. Third the northern monopolists nf all kinds, the lund grabbers, subsidy-gnibliers. tar-itl-grubbcrs and salary-grabbers. Fourth tbe Federal office-holders. But C'K-sar-im would find -sturdy opponents iu the great mass of tbe Xo'tthern people who are not nionnpolists. are not office-holders or office-seekers, snd who are. not interested in schemes against the public Treasury. All the traditions of these people, their religions and secular edu cation, their industrial habits, their po litical and social hopes and ambitious are entirely hostile to it; and these people will lie likely to unite against any propo sition in that direction, whether it come in the form of a third election to the Presideney or any other shape. Chics go Tribnne. A CoLOEAim correspondent writes; "Our botcher is a graduate of Yale; one of the gentlemen working in the print ing office is a graduate ot I nmhridge and a winner of the Bishop's n.edul for pro ficiency in the classics; a ranchman near here is the son of a General in the British army, and a near relatve of Geo. Steph enson of railroad fame. Four other ranch men lire the sons ol a former Governor of Bengal, who is still very wealthy. Two nre the sous of nn eminent London banker. A graduate of one of the uni versities manages a dairy, and attends to most of the milking personally." Thn following altitudes are given by the Trinity Journal: Shasta, 1,106 feet; Bully (near Shasta), 6,375; Tower House, 1,349; Summit of Weaverville and Shasta wagon rond, 3,364; Buckhorn Station. 2.591; Lowden's. 1.798; Wea verville, 2.102; Lake near Bally, 6,350; Billy (near Weaverville), 7,flU. Cot this out and paste it np. Vrofwiotal (far as. T. D. EDWARDS, . jTTWRV 4XD COtX'EI.OK AT j LAUeOX C1TV, NEVADA, ' Will i-racik in all the Court nf Ibis State. B tafr Attorn, y tot ih Central Pacific lUUromd Company, will obtain title to the lauds belonB i iiiic i(. the tympany, fr an; jrti wishinK to ! Diirrhatttf'.. j Huvii.it paid especial attention to the practice ,r.l lim I'ntted But JjumI Office for nine veers, TpetfUy tetictarn k tat-rvicj for that hnnvb IttHiH-fes. tak nry vteftH j to aware tbtj w.l otloi .f UqUh by the Hut, 1 nnd ohutD piuiitb fur tbe wnw fr jwrtifc with or wiibcut tuttr umuK piwiu. lUvtiiff an avwx'tat-Aiuvufy at Wabiotitiu, ncil attention will ba given to nbtniulai patt-nu t i.ubiio lanUa and Bitw, a wll as snita irut bitMiit SB in. rally bffort th Pepart- nieUtfe. JilHi nu;rt u a u, (ko. . wrbv. AUD & BERRY, ATTGBKKTK at (Jtkk: Wt i.t- Main street, In Stat Bank liuiliUui;, up tulr, Pierhe, Nevada. jel2-tf a. b. oIdougheeiy, Attorueyattiw. ('.Hire eu Meadonr Valley Street, Oppoftite So. ?. al27-tf $udinr$$ lards. r. cAHtLJ. c. w. rox CABTLL k FOX. STOCK BROKERS, MONTGOMErY BTRF.KT, smltj Baa Frauclaco, (al. tf U. S. PATENTS FOR MINERAL LANDS. N. WESCOATT, H AVISO JPfsT liKCEIWJ THE ATWMNT. m-nt of I . H. Itrputv ftJintral hitrfyor for the Mtttriet of Lincntn County, hereby fjtvt notice to tho owner of minitm rltitn and mill iU s, ritut within this tViuity, tbat be 1h now prepared t esrut? tltf nTi-sHrj curveya, re quired by law, for jwrtieB wbo may be- rteirou of awuriuy their rUiins by a patent from tbe (ovmiment. All the n-wwry tnfonnation aa to tbe n.jninite preliminary step m ill he afford ed on applylnft to t) above, it hi office on Mradow villt-y utreet, immediately below the Meadow alley Puiup House N. ii. Mr. WeMHHitt will emtlnu to girt- hi best atteiiTk.n to naming surveying and enii. ctriit(j: mri-tf falcons. E, HAMILTON. WholMl ml Re in II T. n. jJU'lTiUH., ASS orncL KEiiiow unit tTun, opposite PIOCHE HOISTIG WOtlS. ttoniplete Facilitiea for Melting and Assaying Bullion, Ore of etery dearriptlon eauTnlly anH¥. oci-u DR. H. BERGSTEIN, lint or sis runcnco.) Phy3)iian, Sureeon and Accouuheur. Ornc White's Bulltlins, tbe Slate Bank ot Nevada. i.v.t. C. Bkmop, M. D. S. L. Lex, M. D. Ors. BISHOP 6t LEE, Physicians & Surgeons, Main Htrwt, PlOCBt NEVADA. WARD'S Furniture and Undertaking ESTABLISHMENT, MUX HTRKKT, pioriiK. xev, SPRING at PULU MATRESSES, Qleualcets, Sheets, PARISH IMD HKD.ROO.n ' MKTN, rtnp Toilrt Bets, Carpets and Oil Cloth, Window Shades. A File Aartirtmpnt of Upholstery Goods, DRAPERY Abo. I'AI'Ut BANOINli liOXE. rtt THK HA1ICOCK Fire Extinguisher. M.v.tl"TBCllos TBS OuLT HBcrhffY.' Fire PepartnientK Id Hatrti rtttf aw them dnily. Adopud by tbe Oorwient. l"wt on ver titty railroaila, by mines, dup-ir, tacto. rlpa. aton-a and private ftwnllitiiri. Hnndmla aolj lu San r'raiiPiAco And vletDtty. Entirely DimcKKNT and Ht- - ; , PEKIOR to any other ei er iniroui nu. jj-i, A 8.WE, MMPLS, AND A POWERFUL PrtOTF.fiTION. Brrid for Circnlsr. ENGINES, for Cltln and 1 Kacord." HOOK AND LADDER TBCCKij. for Towns and Villages. Engines anil Truck" combined. STATION ABt TASKS, for Factories. Hotels and Thuaten. H. B. IRWIN a. UU., General Asents lor tho l-actnc i; . Forwleby W. B. MI KUOUU, Local Agent, ttfl California St., au,.lm fan Frsnciaeo, k RKLF-ACTINO Towns. Bend for iis. O'LKAfiT. JACOBS Sc SULTAN, Pioche & Bullionville. WrioDSLK ANI RfcTAlI, DmUM t GKNKBL MKKCHASDISE. ETC. Particular attention paid to COTJTNTR.Tr ORDERS, -Denier lu- riNs won upum cm, Iain Street, Pioche. Ranting Jtou. j tA IRtNCMO Xi.r.T. C. W. CRANE, 4M IfAfitvoRry Krr4, in hoi Agrat for tu 1'iocu Xux.T KioD, aatbor 1 iri to uatrao4 wllct fr advertlae luenta, at our lowcM f ab ratua, lu coin. Atl t cntvrn ara rqutHi to kv tbetr orrlr-ra ! who bint, aw txtutt etber wiil be ncofctuuti, i - . r TKKMS OF AUVtRTIlti. AaWitfrnrnt Noticra 1-0 lliiiqurnt bali-a. t Miuare 8 PoasipoDiiint I H-liiMU-iK: -, per aquar.... 0 ltHMlutlfa aSotir 10 hotictu t, red i tors ht t:mrt Kuloiuodh, pr aquare t fcppcial lx-altv t iuf tnta per lln for Urtn. ni 'feu i'uu fur ecb aubhrqarnt iuaertioa. THE DEPARTMENT COMPKIHIXO four fVHK RE a lir)itr ani BtUiard Baloon, with rvr ana SPIXXDI1) TABLES! Ban bcn fttted up rfgsrdlM nf ipens, and challenge c"nJparjKt, with any Saloon In the Bute. au6-tf Aimory Hall Saloon, Formerly known aa IB tt o 12: 33 -yr es, 'IU. BK HEKEATTER CONDCCTED B K. J. niM.EV, Proiirlelor. Tho chnlraat brtndl of WINES, LIQrORS snd CIUAIIH will always he found al lbs liar. J.V3.M STATE mi CF MEVACA, PIOOH . Board of Dir lr. Joas V. HrvLci Pimidi nt Jam. FpfLAraoK Vi. President W. H. Hssdsssos iwMirj C. WnfDFSHOLD. . i i. W. Wuir.HT. Jons B. njWN, I K':.TX W. rtru. DMsrrs RFrnvEP rn hkb oy opfn Acconutorto laaua C nifk-air ilirfnr Parable on lemaiid. LXCHaKGE CflAWR tiPON NFW YORK and BAN FRAKCIHiTO, and othl IT.lli'ipal Cities of the t nit. d (Mate. Alto upon LONDON. DCBLIS, PARIH, DERUN, And all of the Principal C!tl.. nf Fnipe. laujtrl and Stli CoEectiatis ricoiptlj Mads, BILLION Porcbaspd or Hhippnl on Cnn mission. RAILROAD and MINING HTiiTKS IV.nRht snd Sold on OonnrolFsiim. J. W. WKIOHT. "S-U Bank Manaynr. AV tJNDERTAKEH. OHKWOOU AND METAL- LIC CAKKN constantly on1 Main street, orer iya-tt DR. D. L. DEAL, Okficr st Drug Store, Main street. PIOCHE. NEVADA. ja8.tf It hand. Special Attention OiTrn to the Shipment of Bodies East or West. A SPLENDID HEARSE Always in Attendance, fstttf E. A. FARGO & CO., IMPORTERS 8 JOBBERS OF BRANDIES, WINES Arid. XaICXJOIU3, Sin Front at. Corner Commtrt'.at al., SAN FRANCISCO. ap39-tf MORE EXTENSIVE ! MORE ATTRACTIVE! Currency JOB WO Km!. X'oiie at tho Lecosp effice In the brst Mjl known to thr rt; and tcut be paid for on !- lirenr. unlta ptrfarma LTrr tbe work dwe have itamlmir accouute with Ui cUv. No de viation from tbia ru. C0((i(ial Simtoni. OFFICIAL DIRECTOR V. t' SITED STATES. I'lyaacr ft. Grant PrtaMrnt Ucnry Wilson Vior-rreaidrnt rESlPEXT8 CABtMTT. liamiltort Fitli Sretary of SiiU V'm, II. I.irhardfion.. fkcrciary of th Twanry V.m. W. JJelknap, of Iowa Secretary of War G. M. Robefon.of 5. J., Secretary of theKtTy Coiumhiw DfUno.of Ohio, 8ec of tb Xntarlor Go. H. Vt sllumf. of Oregon, Attorney General John A. J. Craawcll, off Md.,PoBtmofiter Ocneral CONC.CEMtN FROM NEVADA. St-nator Wm. M. Ftewart T rra txpim 1875 Henator Jolin P. Jouea Term expln-a 1879 Iteprertcntativn Cnarlea W. Kendall . BIMIOp. 0. M.BABIN. Bishop A Sabin, ATTOIINYS tAT LAW. 1'IOCHE, LINCOLN COI STY, NF.V. p'2? Pitzer dt Corson, .ltururys at Law, PIUi'HE cm NEVADA l. Coksor, V. S. COFBT COMWSaiOHEa. oc38.tf W. V. PKTTKRMA.vrM. ., " Homoeopathic Physician, ; llftlce on LAcour Ktrnt, H(tf-f U the 1m.I lime- and the Couvt Il.tuw1, Je--JT.ll DENTISTRY. 4 SY ONE FAVOKINil MK. WITH Xm. their patroliake uiay en every effort to he niadi' Ui make all operation a perfect ma )oeilile. urrtcF: ilain etre,-t, flm-ii.-, next .l.n-r to Hslpln's. it'-'tfj I . I'. Ml HOLS. F.. P. SINK. W. N. (tBANUF.U SINE ic GRANGER, Attorneys a.t Law BELMONT. . NEVADA. ALSO HKCKIVKH AND IJKI.ISTKR ....or Tan.... Land Orttc. for Uila UUIrlct. ja-tf D. C. CLARK& BROTHER STONE STORE, I.OWKU MAIN HTIM'.K'I", PIOCHE, VKVAPA, WJlOLKtiALK A N 1' UETAIli - nr.4tR ik bRfH'KKIKS), PKO VISIONS, POWIIKK, AND GENEBAI. MERCHANDISE. i . v. & 1 1 nmmi P H Y ft I C I A X N AMI srRKONi, I.AC0CH STREET, PIOCHF., Omr-x Horss: From 0 to 10 a. m.; from 12 m. to S p. m.; from 4 to 8 p. m. DR. C. HARENBERC, OFHCE OS MEADOW VAIXEY STREET, In irogan'a Lodging Honw. Sredal attention paid to prlTate diacasa. Cure ruaranteed or money rendod. Office hour, 10 , m. till ? p. r. Erening, from 6 to 0. f37-tf Change of Proprietors. -a bs. willman li Hotrl to KA1N It 0'I.KARV, tb-r an now prepared to furnlari BOARD AT PER WKKK, AND MKAJLH 50 CENTS. TbsTsbla vtllbe slvays auppliMt with lh. best tbe market affords. Thr re an also stUcbed to In. Hotel airy FURNISHED fader tbs snperTtaion of JJ1-1W ROOMS, MRS. WIIXUAK. FOR SALE. A. Q-reat Brslul II. SO LIS, ISTENDISO TO BETXitE FROM BUSINESS, offers for sale his stand on Mala street, mocha. Tbs premiaes are centrally located. The Store Is folly fitted np for s retail butinene. Tba Vin.nruof Wai ebonae Is sn exoellent one. and asved s full stock of goods from the (treat on of 1871. STOCK IK XBASE FOB 8 ALE AT COST PRICE I All information snd psrttcalara furnlihed upon application on tbe promises. rDeMan and Crrdltara, raU and settle. - sSS-tf J as. S. Smith & Co. Stock Brokers, "7 Main Street, Three doors below Wells, Fargo & Co. HIOCHE, NEVADA. RLT AND SELL STOCKS smcn.v O.Y cou.wssox. Currency Bought and Sold, SAN FRANCISCO BROKERS: .Vnrrt. H OOPS fi MSEBOKX. J J. HALFIN & CO. PIOCHE XRVADA, Imitortfra and Daitrt In HARDWARE, Mill sad Mining Goods, Iron ana steal, Caa Pip Steam and Ots rittlnsa, Hons, FnrnlsBliuj Goods, Stoves, Tin and Oopper Ware Cutting and Pitting Oat Pip Done on Short Notice. JKHNOP'M CELEBRATED STEKk, Toy, Blckford a Oo.'s Fnss, Agents for tbe " Grlant I owd or, myl-tf A Valuable Invention! AN ESTIRKLT SEW Sewing Machine! inr, iOMETin m:. ONLY FIVlT DOLLARS. W.a tai rePi.;st Sett so HjltTrsrisr Tfcs V;it C'.my'.t tzi Ss&pt la Co&ftra:V.n. Tbi Hi tunbli iti X;o&ok1:a1 Is Vu. i Model if Coat la a a StrisgU ud Beauty. CompktfMn all iu pfcrU, un Uie Htnlht Eye Poiutod Newllt, bi-lf Thn adiug, tiin-ct upright Punitive Motiou, New Tension, Melf Ftwl and Oluth tiuider. Ojrnte by WUcel and on a Table. Light Buiiumg, Bnioth and noliwleKa like all ffood hiffh priced macbinoa. Haa patent rhwk to preveut the vhet being ttiruod the wrontr my. Vara tho thread direct from the pool. Mak.ru the Klutic Lock Stitch (finest and atrongHat atitrn anown;) nnn, durabw, close and raiid. Will do all aind of work, Una and coart, from Cambric to heavy Cloth or LeaUi-r, and uaea all dWt'-riprioDa of thread. The bent m:hnical talent in America and Europt), baa been devoted to improving and implifj lug our Macliinea, combtninc only that which ia practicable, and fiifpeuniug with all oompllcatrid aurroundinKH oorally found in other machlnea. 8ecial terma and extra inducement to male and femalo agenta, store kepara, Ac, who wil eatablish agenciea through the country and keep our new marhlne on exhibition and sale. County nghrs given t smart agents free,. ARent' complete outflm fitrniahed without any extra charge. Kamplea of sewing, descriptive circulars containing term, testimonials engntv Inga, Ac, aent free. AddreiM, BROOKS SEWING MACHINE CO., No. 1329, Broadway, sp. New Yoris.. JOHN C. LYNCH, Wholesale and Betail Liquor Merchant, Uorner Main and Laconr streets, Also Proprietor of the Long-aitablj&bed and Wfcll-knowu FASHION SALOON & CLUB ROOMS, TAKES PLEARrRE Df IXFORMINO OLD patrona snd new ones tbat he will contiune, heretofore to keep THE FINEST WINES, XjIQTJOIFIS .a-XsTD OIGAIIS IN THIS MARKET. Vartimlar atti ntinn will herenftrr mj given Tho Wholesale Trade. All desiring to stock Bars. In thn cilr or ont. side campa, are invited to call and urn pi sooda Before Purchasing Elsewhere (28. tl hU.il m EH RUSSELL SCOTT UAR OPEN'ET) CLUB ROOM 9 OVER HAL WVH Uurdwasre Btore, Main airea, and hai conuected therewith a bactlftou.e liar. aVerBoua viniting the tALACU can reli ot. . ue ei accumiuouationa, and wuen other amusements am required it will not lie necest ry to go elierivre. a7tf WELLS, FARGO &. CO., I.XtHAVGE, HAM. ISf. AMI Express Company. BILLS Ol' EXCHANGE AND TlXIC.IUl'IIIO Tnn.fers on Chicago and New Vork. raya bie In the prlnriiial rities of the I'nit'i! Stairs and Cnna'ln; alw iiills on LoaA.-.n. Currenry bonRhl and sold. Collertiona and CLmniiaaiona of all kin.lrfv cuted, and Ucnrral Eiihwib and Jlnnkitir )mi. nnaa attrnded to proinlitly In all l.urt, . ( (lie United blstta, Euruie and Canada. Bnlllnn bmiellt and ADVANCKS JIAUK (IN SHIPMENTS OF BIU.IUN; Ex. uaut;.. hnuclit, lVpoaith nwived. Aaanamrnta paid and Di i.l. u.l- pell. , tr .1 .n EXPRESS LINKS To California, Nevada, Orroon. Nhraska. Cfll- orado, Montana, Wyoming, Waehiiiinou and Idaho Territories, Britifcli Columbia. SVw iork, Atlantie States and Eumie, .Mniran Torta, Vnknhnma, Hongkong, hli.njhn. NEVADA I..B Bradley.... Frank I.'iivtr... J. D. Minor W. W. Hobart Jprry Si'hoolins . . , Lntber A. BuclinF'r. John I'ay STATE OrflCtRS. Oortrnol Lieutenant Governor ttccreuryof State Controller Treaanrer Attorney (ventral nrTeyor denral A. N. Kifilier. .bup.rinudent l'ublie Inalruotlon C A. V. 1'utnam state Irintrr H. R. Whitolnll Staui Mineralogist ('. Th'mtfn Oovmior'e Vnxtu H..cmary scrtf ME cri:T. Ct.i. .' JiLiice Aesoctat Aasnciate -Clerk ol' the Supreme Coin Ofllre In Jacoba tV.Multan'a lllmk, Main Sitreel, rim lie. SfiS-ti 1. SI. SEmnr.T. Agent. tagf aua m rriffht. B. C. wMtniui.... Th' iiiss B. fawly C. H. Belkna AHrM lUlm LXNC-CLX iiMriot JndK" tale nenetor hibte S( irntur Aft'mblTniau , A6cmbyiiaSi. , AaM'nthlvuuiD Khertfl'... Comity Clerk litttrirt Attorney County 'I nsaurer County Upc'irJer County Auditnr Couoty AsNeFsnr County Surveyor Loroner Public AdmloiKtrator Superintendent Public ftrhofl., County conmuwiioners. u. a caron, i. j. junt. POSTOFriCES IK LINCOLN COUNTY. Hiko Charles G. Heath, Post mauler Panica Jsmei V. LangfordtPofttDiaiter Pioche T. W. Abraham, PostmaMcr HOCIIF. TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. Jnice of th- Teacc T. A. Btoutenburh Countable Hmlth uray Daily Stage Line. PIOOS33 SALT CITY. SODA WATER! SODA WATER! Soda and Sarsaparilla AT THt PI01ER SODA FACTORY. ALSO BOTTLKl) 1 1UKH. Maiie from fine Ai'i'lec Delivered in anv part nf the citT. Send in your onler-, JOHN. T. DAVIH A CO., jylfi-tf Iroprietor. 6LLMER & 8ALISBUEY. Proprietors. Fiiinwie,""' 1 " Scipio, Nephi, Payson, and Lehi, Wltn Branch Line from Kivuralde la Nortlt tHar and llravri. Stage, leave dally st A. SI. Offices! Wrlla, Far(. . Co.1. dJO-tf C0VNTT CITICm. M.EnUer It. S. Clapp John U. Wilaun y. A. CraiCT" P. L. Slioaff Thomas Wallace W. S. Trmrla r. B. Miliar George (loldthlraite John ItoMler ...W. H . Henderson ...M". II. Henderxon K, .1. Hanley E. Soboppmann Dr. I. L. Deal Dr. D. L. Deal -Lonia Sultan Inlks, C. U. Masonic Directory. BALI. I I.ACOIH S1KHT. Sstnrciay evcuinR m each mouth. Called Jt communication, first, second and tiurdr Saturday evening, at 7 h o'clock. A.A.YOTTCO.Tr.M. Jo. B. Sh.w, htcreiary. T J EVKTONK K. A.. CHAPTEH SO. . t . D. i . ' 1 1 i -i uti- T r lin.t ana tuir Tbur.- To the Unfortunate. NEW REMEDIES 1 SEW REMEDIES! OALTJOBNIA POWDER OOMPAHY sp-iun JA1LES GB01TAFS Nw Ston StOr, MAIN STREET, PIOCHE, NEVADA, waounusa tim urrarL bkalu n GROCERIES, PIOIISIOIJ AID tUEHL ttlCMIIISE. baoTsnm AIT V I' U I Kfi. naranM OLOTHiva jllJ A XUll W cummn Rata, Boota, Shoes, Hardware, Crockery, Glass. ware, hints. Oils, Liquors. Tobaoao mxxtX Olaaxr a Hsring naumisl iacilitiss in bitTiag, I ass prs psrea to sen gooaa at to. lowest rates, With On Frloa to All. COME, SEE, AND UB SATISFIED. mylMf JAMES 0BON AN. To Pioche Shippera. WE ARE NOW gHIFPINn lR CIOHT from Ihl (termlnn. Utah Sonthem Railroad) at Two and Oawjaalf Caata awr P..., - aa Tlame, tm Plarks, And will giro dlapab h to alt goods to our est GORDON h MrRRAT.ronrardni, ssMlm l.eht. rtn. FORWARDINC WHOLESALE ....... DEALER Flour, Grain, & General Merchaulise, TOANO (C.P.K. B.) NEVADA, Will Receive and Forward migBt to PIOOHH ....AND... ALL PARTS OF EASTERN NEVADA ....asD.... Idaho Territory,. VETITH DISPATCH AND AT LOWEST Tf Doing Bates. Mark Goods "Car P. V. Man, Taaaa, N.rada." H. A. BRUNXER, Agent at Fioche. mrt5-t( DR. GIBBON'S DISPENSARY, TO. 3 KEARNY STREET, COE- m NEE Oommercial, Han Francisoo. Private entrance on CommorcialBtr. E4bliKV-d lu tot the treatment of Sexual and Rominal Disease, such as Gonorrhea, Glwt, Stricture, flyphtlls in all its forms, Seminal Weakness, lmpotency, etc., etc. Sltin dlBeasns of years atandiuR, amt Clccrated Log, etc., suorcsafuliy treated. UK. GIBBON hsa the pleasui1 of announcing that be has returned from visit. or the principal Uospitals of Europe, and has resumed practice. Th Doctor has spared neithf-r tima nor money In twking ont new nmedtei, and has returned with lncnased facilities for alleviating human ruf7Tintf. Memlnal Weakness. Ht-mlnal emiftslon (s the consequenoa of self ahuso. This solitary vice, or depraved sexual indulifeuce, is practiced by the youth of both st-xt-s to an almost unlimited extent, producing with unerring certainty tho following train of morbid symptoms, unless combatted by scien tine medii'al moasures, viz: Halluw countenance, dark spots under the eyes, pain In the head, ring inq in the ears, noise like tho rattling of Icsvls or rattling of chariots, uneasiness sbont the loins, weakness ot the limb, cnfutHl vieion, blunted intellect, lotw of conflilnce, diffidenr In approaching straiiRrs. a dislike to form new acquaintances, a disposition to shun society, loss of memory, pimples and various eruptions about the face, hectic flushes, furred tongue, foetid mvatb, coitRbK, consumption, night sweats. monomania and troquently insanity, u relief be not obtained, yon should apply immediately. either In person or by letter, and have a cure effected by his new and scientific mod of trest- ing diseaHe, wnicn never tans 01 ructing a qiuci and radical cure. Cured nt Homes Persons at a dtstanoe may bo rl'RED AT HOMK. bv addressing a letter to Dr. Gibbon. stating case, symptoms, length of tima the dis ease hss continued, and have madtclne promptly forwarded, free from damage and enrioslty, to any part of tbe country, witu run ana ptsin ai- rectlons lor use. Persons writ ins to tbe Doctor will pleas ataW the name of the paptiT they see this- advertise ment in. By enclosing 110 in coin in a registered letter through tna rostoraoe, orinrougn nens, Fargoe; Co , a packs gs of medicine will be forwarded to any part ot tns i nion. Ail oommunieauoaas stnciiy sonnafnTiai. Address, DR. J. Y. GIBBON, dll-ly Box 1967, Ban Francisoo, Cal Daily Stage Line, PICX3HE ....TO.... HAMILTON, AND BALF-DAILT FROM HAMILTON TO KfHF.I.l. (RKF.K TRAVIS k "CO., Proprietor. CARRTISO r. R. MAIL AND WEIXH, t'AR (iO a CO.'S KXPHEhd. BolK Lines newly Ntorkrd with Fins AMKRKA.N HOKHKN and new OMOKI COACHKM. Htugr-t leave Ploehe Daily at ft A. M., making close connectlou with Railroad Htase trnm llani. lltou. onire at Wrll, Farjro ,k ,'.. (1'ju.tf Xjxnvtninxt., XjT73V33rFt. 1 SHERWOOD &. BRO., M.WX hTBICIC I-. (' III-:. NOTICE. XTOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVES THAT I HAVE received tbe Aaaeaement Roll and Original List, of property for the year 187S, from the Aaaessor ot Lincoln County Nevada, snd th. same Is now In hit ofllre for nubile Inspertion. Tbs Board of Eqssllistioa wilt meet st their onioe Oa HnWsy, fseptasalMr l I8TS, for the purpose of eqaalizing said Roll, and will eontlnn. Is seaslon troni day to day until snd Inrlndlni Monday the 6th day of October, A. V. 1873: snd sll person, having objections to make to aaid AMeasmeut muat present the same to said Board while In aowton. P. B. MILLER. County Clerk and ei-offlrio Clerk of the Board of Kqiieiisation. lloohe. Nev eV)i. Sth. IKS. selO-lw NOTICE. rE STOCK HOLDERS OF THE STATE Bank of Nevada srs hereby notified the Annual Election for Members of the Board of Direction for ssld Bank, will be held st the Bank on Tsmrsdajr, avptcasawr HStla, LSI 3, netwea u. noursoivB. m. ana s p. m. sell-td V. 8. HEXDESOjr, fcc'y. 1 A , S I. t J t. I A 1. 1 j ....or.. MINING AND BriLDISU l.l ilhnt. SAWED TIMBI'Jt, HtWHi TIMBER AM I' it I. 1 Have on h.nJ CALITOR.MA LKMBEB. liEDWOOD and bl li.Ml MM". MOVLDlXliK, Kl. .. Lie. Aim. DOORS and WINDOWS, .ml bavi-en- stantly on hand a lartre enpplv, v, hii'b will be sold st REASON ABLE BATKH. ai.' It J. R. STAPLES tfc CO.. Piorhs Rrswat, nIow tbe PostafHew, DEALERS HI FIRMTIRE ....AMI.... Manufacturers of Uphoisisry Ol ALL Kluft, HCTTW5 VRAWEA and OUSS of all aix, which tbey onVr for sale st reasonable prices. 8prlng Mstresses, Hair Mstressrs, Lounges and window Cornlcea, Also, PAPKK HANUlNC. t'NDEBTAKlNO. A splendid v . Uearse alwaya in attt-tuianrt-. JobblM and Reptrinr exocntetl watly ana prompiiy. m j-tu SRQUFE, SWEENEY & CO., Commission Merchants! iSD Wkolmli Oealtfi in Provisions, 5o. oe monT vnitrr, iax m4ift?Ttco, o'clocaa urtbTburhda.f- n..r,nTauh month. tkJournlng brethit-n snd compsn it 111111 mA stauding cordially invited to aUeiniv 31. AAl.trtt, H. Y.. 11. r. H. Kuavsk, recrrtarj-. . j.'K-tf Arrivals and Departures of Kails to and from Pioche. Tltis , and L.nt4ri. ai ud Western Mail Arrives about 1 p.m.; departs 8 a.m. mail clones at 1Ah a. m. Halt laake and I tali .Mail. Arrives about 7 p.m.; desarts 6 a. in, ciohCH at v p. ui. Hlko MMil-Weekly. Arrives Tuesdays, at 11 a.m.; departs Tues- Usys, at 6 p.m. All mail matter for Hiko, U not mailed betore Tuesday, should be given to some one inside, and not dropped in tbe letter box. M all closes at 4 Jin p. m. Uulllonville and Panaca Arrives daily, at 11 a. rn.; departs 4 p. m., cluees Ave miuut before departure. Mall wai ter for thse places should be banded imude U10 name as Hiko. jr postoftice open daily (except Sundays and legal holidays), fruui H a. m. until ? p. m.; Sun dsst from 9 to 1ft a. m., and 6 to 7 p. m. letters roKlstered irem 9 1. m, tu T p. m daily neept as above. T. W. ABRAHAM. Postmaster. Ph. FELSENTHAL. Stone Store, MAIN STEEET. OPPOSITE MEADOW VALLEY STREET. PIOCHE.. NEVADA Wholenalo aud Retail, .... DKVLKR IN.... Groceries, Previsions, AND Or.KF.RAl. M ER T II A X PI SE - OLOTHING, HATS, l) O O T S , E T V.. ETC Cheap for Cash. aoescv of nrroxrs Metallic Keg Blasting Powder, CANDLES, FVSE, OILS AND MIXING GOODS. JOHN ROEDER. flTONE STORE, WEST HIDK LAOOCB 8TBECT, PIOCHE OITT, HEVADA, Dealer in Oroeeriea, Pro wisiona and General Merchandise. Notice !Notiee! Oftick rotuL SrBiwoa VAtrn Co.,1 July 30,1373. ) TUIL FOLLOWING ItKOVLATIONS HAVE X ben duly auopted by resulution ot tbe Board of Trustees of tba FLO HAT- SPRINGS 1VATER CO. They are to be strictly observed by consumer of floral Hprins water; 1. In all cases of non-payment of tbe water rent within three days after presentation of .bill, the supply will bo cnt en, and tbe water shall not again be let on, either for the present or any subsequent occupant, except upon the payment oa tho amount due, together with the sum of two dollar ; provided that in cks of specific supplies or for fractional parts of the month, whore the water has been let on, it may be cut off immediately at'tr notice given st tbe plauo thst tho rent is not pai. and may 1m 1h on strain upon tbe condition before mentioned. 'i. No person or ftmily supplied with Floral ftprinffs water will be permitted to use the water iny otner purpose ttn inat Tawv in inta agreement, &vr to nuppiy attr In any way tu ot her twrsona or families. v. uunsumera suaii prevent aa uunci'essary waste of water, zd ehall make no concealment of the purposes for which It Is Ufced. 4. Aoalterations snail oe made in ac"fat?iTio or llxtnru without nrst diving notice ox ine m-tendc-d alteration at the oilloe of the Company. 6. in all cases wnere water is to m suppuea to several parties or tenants from one conneo t4on or Up, the Company contract only with onu of said several parties, and on his deiault to abide these regulations, and pay the rales, will out oft the connection. . Whenever anvof these regulations shall be violated the supply ot water will be discontin ued, and not reaunied until all charges and ex. penaes are satisfied. t, au persons 1 king water anau aecp uie.r scrvico pttwa iu pood repair, at their owu ex pense, and they will bo held liable for all dam agus which may result from their fslluratodo so. . Nfirtnfcllnir ivlth hose and stands lair Irrigators will not 1e allowed hn vr any circumstance. 9. Tbe inspector, or other properly author Ind oltioer of the Company, shall be admitted at all reasonable hours to all parts of any prsm trs supplied with water, to sea tbat these regu Unions are observed. Tbe attention of customers having pipe con nections is hereby called to tbe above Bolts 1 sad KefiUlatlons, adottd by the Hoard of Trust, and which are hereafter embodied in J con tracts for water, and required to be atpea before the supply will be furaished. f regulstions will be strictly enforo. sx Jni' nlecttns: or wfusmK to w-PJtSSal f it have their aupply of Jfifii once. Tbe Company ressrv-JJf JJ " Jf Js?lon wilT h SSffff Wftte o-nalf tho oS- nter ud idaciag upon fliS Wui bTsJf'w, to tiwwatw to extinguish 'gimefrts rf charge, . WaterwiU be supplivd Bv earss, within the main limits of thtown,t....8 CI, nrr gallan And at ne uoose necis 01 thn Company, on Mais atreet, at H Ct. pr. gallon The neeesslty of an economical use of water Is imperatively called for In order tbat A FULL HI PFI.Y may be kept at tbe Company's tank Ik case of FIRE. W. m. LUBBOCK. JyfKMf Hlf beet prloe MUd for Country Prodaoe, roch as Potitoes, EfffS, Buttsf, etc. J-tl Job Work promptly eiavtttea at th oflU if tbe Plbcfet P4ILT UCOOHP.