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tuts. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 4. 3. "i ' , lZ Tos Business Offios of the Piochs DittT Bxcobd will be- hereafter in the officw of H. K. Breakey, t Michael's cigar stora, Main street, opposite Meadow Valley. Telegraphic Dispatches iranii jo Tat fronts suit roo. CHIMIN AL CARELESSNESS. The utter disregard o( consequences with which some people use firearm is something wonderful, and it seems surpassingly strange that the fre quent lamentable results of care less shooting cannot awaken in the minds of some people any idea that evil can flow from stupidity. In yesterday's pa per we gave an account of the shooting of Mr. Cahill'B little son by the careless ness of Dennis O'Xeil. That there could have been any purpose on the part of O'N'eil to iniare a child of four or live years of age seems very clear; but that he was utterly indifferent to the result of his act seems also quitu clear. From where O'Xeil stood the spot where the child was wbsn shot is about 1'rO yiirda. The position of the former was much higher than that of the latter, and from the bullet in one of the palings in front of T. S. Coleman's house it was evident that it was no glanciug shot that struck the boy and produced his death. The ball probably went over the top of Mr. Cahill's house. What sort of au excuse a man can have for Buch a gross piece of carelessness surpasses our comprehen sion. Instead of the lumeutablo result being caused by an "accident," it ought to be reckoned lis au accident if a pistol shot should go through that part of town iu broad day light and not kill or wound some one. If there is any law to punish such reckless use of firearms, by which life aud limb are constantly put iu jeop ardy, we should lik? to see it enforced with the utmost tigor. Ax exchange says that the Sew York assay office and the Philadelphia Mint are engaged in "naturalizing" the Eng lish sovereigns recently imported into this country. Up to Friday evening the New York office had melted into bars of bullion 635,000 serliug of English sov ereigns, the average valm of which was $4.84, and netting in our currency $3, 07G,575.gold. The aggregate weight of this gold was six tons, all of which was melted in five days. Parties depositing this gold deceived returns from the assay office, and the Sub-Treasury cashed checks for the same. Thus the bullion becomes the pronertv of the I'uitcd States and is sent to the mint to ba j coined iu such pieces as the Government i may select, after which the coin is sent j to the New York Siio-Treasury. The Government has arranged to coin thess sovereigns as soon ns received, and the j system of giving checks for valne re ceived is ascertained to be a great con venience to parties receiving this gold from the other side. It is estimated that at least $8,00Q,000 of English gold is now on the way, and it looks as if moro would come, as England must not only have her supply of cotton, bnt a large supply of grain, ns some European countries, usually supplying her deficiency, are this year short. England, indeed, needs more grain than can be transported by water and rail from the seabord, or by the available tonuago across the ocean. Scicidk ij'UTisncsi. In 1H71, U,5'.iti men aud b"J4 women committed suicide in France; but this total must be left far behind by more recent statistics, as time and the circumlocution office will show. Of the total, 101 were under their major ity; 1,782 the highest number between 41) slid CO years, and 1,302 above 00 years; more than on fourth of the total were bachelors; C70 were widowers; 4H4 wid ows. Only 3!) per cent, of the suicides were by individuals inhabiting cities and small towns; 1,U1H deaths were from hanging; 1,'27 drowning; 2ol charcoal fumes; 501 firearms; 143 poison; 1.72 knives or razors. Of the total, 535 were the consequenco of physical pain, 031 of debauchery; 301) o'f misery; C20 of family differences. None are set down to love. Shakespeare is thus right: "Men have died from time to time, and worms have eaten them, but none for love." Cossoudatud CiTV. A singular dis enssion is taking place in . Jersey City, having reference to the future prospects of that town, which, it is claimed, will eventually outstrip even New York it self. A map has been published by the World, showing that within a radius of about eighteen miles on the Jersey shore art located Jersey City, Hoboken, Wce hawken, North Bergen, Newark, Eliza beth, Rahway, Greenville, Bayoune, Orange, Elizabethport, Seacaucus, Euth ford Park, Ilaekensack, Passaic, Pater son, and many other smaller towns and villages. This territory contains about 400,000 inhabiiants. An attempt, it is said, will be made in the New Jersey Legislature, the ooming Winter, to in corporate all of these towns into one large city. Ths United States District Court for the western district of Wisconsin has is sued an injunction at the suit of the United States against the Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad, sustaining the author ity of Congress to pass lawa npon the subject of bridges over the Mississippi river, and to confer upon th Secretary of War exclusive jurisdiction to approve or disapprove the location of such bridges, and as to the conclusiveness of his action. Jcst So. Always go away from home to get news. The force of this saying will be understood when we see how the Japan) Gazette speaks of DeLong and Bingham; Ths new Minister rrom the United Mates to Japan, Mr. .Bingham, has ar rived. He took over the duties from his predecessor, Mr. DeLong, on the 7th instant. From all those who know Mr. Bingham's career in his own conntry, we uave every reason to Delisva that the interests of America are safe in bis hands, notwithstanding the extraordinary and unmeasured statements of tho San Fran cisco papers. He will find his path made easy for turn at the outset by the great favor in wbtoh Mr. DeLong has always , been held at the Foreign Office (Griuj usho). We hear that it is Mr. Bingham's present intention to reside permanently at tbe American Legation in Tokei. Eastern Dispatcher bisbiareeinenle la October Indiana In Washington McCoole lmitis for Mirdrl-Cleflla oiCo'e Allaire. Wasbhotos. Nov, 3. The total dis bursements of tbe Treasury Department during October, exclusive of interest cn the principal of public debt, were $14,- 832,865. At tho Interior Department to-day the Commissioner brought together the dele gation of the Arappahoes, Cheyennes and l ie Indians, and made them a speech, urging tbe propriety and the ne cessity of their making friends with each other. After a great deal of persuasion a formal handshaking between the he reditary enemies was gone through, but without any indications of excessive cor diality on either side, the Vtes being par ti ularly offish. St. Locis, Nov. 3. Mike McCoole was arrested this p. m. for the murder of Patsey Manley, and lodged in jail. Xkw Yobs, Nov. 3. At a meeting of the creditors and friend of Claflin & Co. this p. iu., the reports submitted showed assets of all kinds, not, however, includ ing the personal assets of the members of the firm, to be $22,508,000; total in debtedness, $15,581,000; surplus, $6, 924,000. It was agreed that no assist ance be asked of the associated banks or Clearing House, aud their friends and creditors present at the meeting unani mously tendered an extension, averaging i)'t months, which was promptly accept ed, and the business of tbe firm proceed' ed as usual. Financial Affairs Mechanics anil Lav borers Discharged. Xw Y'okk, Nov. 3. The banks to-day g lined two and a half millions of legal tenders. A 'Washington dispatch has the follow ing: The house of Jay Cooke & Co., which borrowed from the First National bunk of this city $100,000 through the influence of llenry G. Cooke, President of the bank, has since the failure with drawn :200,000 in Central Pacific bonds, an 1 deposited them with the Secretary of the Treasury as security for the $200, 000 advauced them by the Secretary be fore their failure. The creditors of Jay Cooke & Co. are going to investigate the above proceedings. The Delaware, Lickawauua and West em Railroad Company has reduced the working time of mechanics and laborers to eight hours per day. i The Domestic Sewing Machine Com- pany, of Newark, N. J., has discharged 123 employes. To morrow, (election day) will be ob- : served as a legal holiday. ! Ktcltiiitf Xews from Petersburg. Ya. Railroad Strike. Xkw Yobk, Nov. 4. The investigation into the affairs of the Central Bank by committee of the Clearing House Associ atieu shows that tbe capital of three millions is unpaid to the extent of $72,-1 000. A special from Petersburg, Virginia, states tbat while about 300 oolored men were marching in procession last night they threw stones at houses, smashing windows aud injuring citizens. The ex citement became so great, owing to these acts of violence, tbat a white and colored company was called out and was kept under arms all night. Governor Walker approved this prompt action on the part of tbe military and citizens. Cincinnati, Nov. 4. Tho Commer cial's Knoxville, (Tenn.,) special says: The strike of the engineers and firemen on the Eust Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia Railroads, threatens to assume a dangerous character. Some of the em ployees yesterday prevented a freight train from leaving by uncoupling the cars. The night, passenger and all freight cars have been discontinued. Col. Baxter, the attorney of tho road, is now addressing the employes, explaining to them the trouble they are subjecting themselves to, and advising non-interference with the operations of the road. Chicago, Nov. 4. A Washington special says that tbe report that the Government purposes discharging a large number of employes engaged at tbe navy yards and other public works, is denied by tho Secretary of the Navy, who is represented to have stated his policy to be so far as consistent with the public interest to keep all that is needed for such labor. There may be complaints that he is using appropriations for his department rapidly, but he believes the duty of the Government in such a crisis as the present is to give all the aid it con to the material interests of the country. Foreign News. Appointment of Vice Chancellor. London, Nov. 3, Chas. Hall has been appointed Vice Chancellor in place of Sir John Werkins, deceased. Pacific Ooast. Revolution ta Honors Ended Stabbed Dang-orously. 6u FuiKcisco, Not. 4. The steamer Nevada, from Panama, arrived this morning. Private advices from Mazatlan state that the revolution in Sonora is ended; that the rebel army is disbanded, and 150 of its members have taken flight into the mountains. Harry Clifton was stabbed and danger ously wounded this morning,' on Leides dorff street, by Frank Brown, who is in custody. No Evening- Dispatches. Sax Fbanciboo, Nov. 4. The Enreka mine, of Grass Valley, cleaned up 1,000 ounces of amalgam last week. The Com pany has declared a dividend of $1 per share, payable ob Friday. . The Bulletin publishes to-night addi tional charges against Sheriff Adams in his official capacity. No report to-night. Fire on the rail road. Tbe lines are down, bnt will be all right by morning. ITiU AFFAIRS. The political grievances of the Gentile population of Utah are such that Con gress is to be appealed to by petition. Following is the petition to wuicu refer ence has been made: To the Senate and House of Repre sentatives of the 1 nited Mates, in Con gress assembled: ionr memorialists, citizens of tbe United States, aud resi dents of tbe Territory of I tuh, respect fully represent tbat a political party in Lull, acting uow, aa always heretofore, as a unit, has, by tbe abuse of all power, political, judicial and ministerial, en trusted to tbe Territory, so antagonized what they choose to call religion with civil government, that the administra tion of justice has been, and continues to be, utterly paralyzed. This political party, having no sympathy or views iu common with the " American people, or with republican institutions, holds, and in all its proceedings acts npou, the dogma tbat its organization is destined to subvert all secular governments aud usurp their lunctions, in tue name oi relicion. under the form of theocracy This treason, under tn malign innuence of a preposterous creed, has been ac companied by a chronic spirit of rebel lion, as its natural consequence some times flagrant, at all times hostile, to republican institutions. This political party (openly proclaimed and always acting as such) has opposed, and still opposes, the cause of education ; by its practices it scanaanzes me civiliza tion of the age, and strikes nt tbe foun dation of society; it oppresses ami plun ders its ignorant dupes, and outlaws such dare to claim the mints oi iree citi zens, i'ossesseii oi me macmnery oi ju ries, it has ever given immunity to crime which such a system produces ana en eonraees. It has, bv its systematic pol icy, with its whole legislative power and ministerial violence, denied to citizens of the United States the free enjoyment of the agricultural public lauds; and, in short, it has usurced by every means and as far as possible, all the powers of civil publican a.iiirut for effice in the f-Ute; but so it is. The chance of any aspirant succeeding is measured solely by the probability of his aspirations clashing in any way w ith the Senator's continuance in power. For nearly eighteen years tbe latter has reigned triumphant, aud already be is preparing his pathway over which be proposes to walk to a re lectiuu. f Detroit Free Press. XKVADA STATE ITEMS. Ix reference to tlie last d i'a rac.s over the Corson track, the Appeal says : The first heat, Bois d'Are, on the inside. sprang ahead in s series of terrible leaps, 1 kept well in advacce of tho mare lor half mile, when she began to g un. am! gradually leesemd the interval between them to the outcome, where Hois d'Arc came in winner by nearly an entire length. His time. :M). The pools, hich had beru felling neaily even, continued to go for the same in the second heat, it being presumed that Net tie was held back on tue nrst 10 oni wiuu tha Rtnlfinn n the next, and Uois a Arc being regarded the fleeter horse, thongh evidently worried by tue nrsi rouuu. ai went off ahead, aud, as before, the more gained on bim towards tbe end of the mile, but di'l not overuse nun. uis d'Arc first bv one length. Time, 1 : 49. Confidence "in Hois d'Arc was thus re established and in the third heat he sold at his Drobable real worth in the race "iUisffllaurous. FITIBT ORANS MILITARY BALL government in the hands of acbnrch. It has debased the delegated legislative power to these ends, refusing to pass wholesome and necessary laws, but en acting unjust and oppressive laws, its Dartisans. holding all the local and judi cial offices, not only prostitute their le gitimate authority to these common ends. but usurp the jurisdiction of the superior courts established by Congress, and deny their authority. Under these circumstances, the admin istration of the law in Utah is at a dead stand-Btill, and crimes go unpunished, The large aud material interests, now rapidly growing and expanding, are sub stantially without tbe protection oi law. Life and property are held at the mercy of this inimical and secret organization, rather than nnder the protection of civil government and wholesome laws, as we have a right to demand. Your memoralists, therefore, pray that your honorable body do pass such laws as may be necesBarry to correct these evils aud abuses, and give us the protec tion of free civil government, and at the same time bring the Territory ot uton in to harmony with the Federal Govern ment and republican institutions. MElCIIEil till!! r, TO BE OtVEN AT fa armory hall.' Hi FRIDAY EVENING- NOV. 7, 73. COMCTIII Cf A22AU5K1KT3. Cal.uin K. J. Htulejr, Lieut. John Murphy, Lieut. P. Arnold. Seai-xt J. b. Uugaii. Private J. H. Deiu. FiiLUBK or tbi Russian Grain Chop, Partial and highly important information has been at length received of tbe results of the grain crop in Kutsia, in reference to which so much interest has been man ifested both in Europe and America. Ac cording to an official circular recently is sued by tbe Russian Minister of Agricul ture, the drought in Southern liussia which Is kuown sb the grain granary Europe, has been much moro extensive and severe than wub supposed. In some districts there is not only a short crop, bnt there is danger that the inhabitants will suffer for want of food before the commencement of next harvest. The province of Cherson has been parched by the droughtto such an extent that tho whole cooutry looks like a vast solitude, with all the grain turned to a crisp; the grain fields present a spectacle never before witnessed. In the districts of O'lesea and Tiraspol the absence of all moisture has ruined the cereal fields, grass has been converted into hay on the meadows at this early date, the leaves on trees have turned yellow and fall. Iu the district of Ouzallow star vation stares tbe population in the face, and a fat clay soil is devoured by the people in some localities, de prived iib they are of food of any kind. The crop of Simperopol, iu Tau ria (the Crimea) in the meantime, is also reported to be a complete wreck, with no hay left, tbe surface presenting an unin terrupted waste of bleached vegetation. In Tecateriuoslaw the heat has been in tense, and nothing remains but some sickly - looking graiu fields. What ever there remained during mid summei the ground caterpillar has eateu, cutting tbe roots below the snrface. Locusts have appeared in the country of the Don, Nowo-Tsherlash, driven away by scarcity of food from the remaining grain districts, and are now destroying the little left in the country. Great irregularities of growth both in this district and the other grain regions has, from the commencement of the season, been the most noticeable feature. The importance of this news can hard ly be over-estimated. Southern liussia is the chief sonrce of grain supply for the nations of northern Europe, and the sup plies are now not only cut off, but there is a probability that the inhabitants will become competitors for cereals at all the Mediterranean ports. Lew lorn Daily Bulletin. two to one. He showed his ugly dispo sition iu Btartiug, but again on the turf, he went as well as evtr. Ths speed and bottom of tbe two horses had undergone a square test. It was Bois d'Arc's heat, race aud money, lime, i:-jo. roriuu COO yards dash rive horst s were entered for a purse of 30, and J25 entrance money. Only Belle, sorrel mare, en tered liv It. K. Alien, ami Agaie, sorrel gelding, entered by Billy Applebee, ap peared on the turt. ineuasuwas pret tily made, aud won by Belle in 31 seo- onds. The next performance, which was anticipated with consnierauie interest, was a half-mile pacing heat by Jim Urn- dorf's roan horse "Trifle" for record as the fastest 'pacer iu this State. Billy Applebee accompanied tbe pacer in on Agate, which sprightly runner nao ro spread himself aud lose no time in keep ing nn. Trifle's time, which could have oeen somewhat reiincea u lie nan ueeu thoroughly worked down for the test, 1:14. Putse 'J0. Thi News learns from Mr. Henry, Gold Hill agcut of the Virginia and Truckee Bailroad Company, the follow ing statement of freight that has been received at Gold Hill during the month of October: Mdse., hib,4J4 pounds; grain. 171,729 pounds; coal, 1,069,050 Dounds: luniuer. ooi.zyu leei; nur pine. 235 cords; ice, 107,8W pounds; salt, 43,- 715 pounds; hay, 44,122. The News Bays: Wo learn from Mr. F. A. Smiley, telt graph operator, Gold Hill, that during the month of October 1.800 car loads of ore were shipped from the Comstock mines to tbe various mills in this vicinity. The shipment during the first week in the month amonnted to 300 car loads; during the last, 487 Op the Sutro Tnnnul the Virginia Chronicle says: As our readers are aware, the connection was made on Monday last betweeu the main header of tbe tunnel and the east dnit trom nnan No. 1. Work has been progressing stead ily in the west drift from that shaft (now tbe main header), twenty-seven feet hav ing been drifted during the present week at that point. The entire length of the tunnel is now 5,197. The officers of the company are much elated at the success ful result of the surveys ol air. ecuussier. their engineer, who connected the two drifts so accurately that there was only a dmerence ot seven-eighths ot an inch iu the measurement of the distance. Shaft No. 2 has been sunk eight feet dur ing the week ; present, depth, 746 feet. Shaft No. 3 sunk eight feet; present depth, 419 feet, hhalt No. 4 sunk ten feet; present depth, 547 feet. Every thing is progressing lavorably on the inc. nmiAItt COKJflTTEI. l-Ii'CBK. John Boeder Col H I Ttaornlou Hon. Prim Lake Hon W W Bi-b.'!' O P Bherwoou A J Ulur Hon Thou Wallaee P B Miller J H Haiifonl l A Fulks Frank W heeler K Hamilton M P Tarppjr James Haley P Holland James Clancey M I) Haljiin John Tyler J C Lynch H H Hreakej P H Wawl 9 S Manner J M iTowley L SulUn John Cahill ike Phillips K Kiley L H Hcstt T R Batler H t'C'hapin Pr I) L Peal lr H Bergstein Jos Rich A H EumliUL-l fUtofl ut. FROM Hon M Falter (1)1 II H Pay Hun John uarut r Judge Meaiek Hon J H Wilson J K James J 8 Filler' Humk-11 tvott W H llenperson W 8 Travis Martin Tarpey V, in Goodman Col J C Maynard James FarrUl J J Halpiu j uonn John Wilson T H Coleman It McAlpiu A Brown John P Kelley Miles Qulllau 1 Wilkins J R Clark F Kaaten J K Hutterley li u Mxnn D C Clark Joseph Cook J V Neamlth D M Terrell Pr C F Philaon W'm H 8herwood C H Light i. r elaemnai ni'Ll ionviuje J O Williams Tuoa Mc-Maatcra Thoi Gillian H Ilryust Judge Goodrich A ormel rat VALLKV. John Mi-Call J M Bal-in J IleLehauty J Haimiliau Q w Williams TLOOX KANAQEaS. Russell Scott Meat P Arnold Hamilton L Sultan P B Miller TLOOS IIBICTC2, Captain K 1 lianlr.v. nl-td PH. FELSENTHAL 11on.D IIESI ECTFI LLY ANNOI NOE TO 11 n, ,-iiiuns of Lincoln County, tbat he will RACES! RACES!! and repeat, for A Purse of UACINO, TO TACT FLACK AT EUlKov-. KAC1NU COl'KHE, an miles rtmutu iliou. um Uu Flue he etaaje Hoad, ai Um 141H AUD 15TH K0VEMBEB. We, the andentpn!, will run our boraes. Frenchie, Panrin and Pete, halt - o ISO, or, any person or persona desirous of adding sou to said purse, can cuter an iKira. sun or g.lding ta Eastern Nevada or tuh, for lh whole parse. . - w There will also be races on the asms daya one single dash of half a mile, for $-150, and annUuJ race, beat Id t, for saddle hones, Ulf-siill heats, for f'ioo, and also, one single aaah of fMZ mile, for tijo. Nothing barred. Alt of the abova race to be run In accordant with the rules of the state Agricultural Borietv of California for mile raring. If the abova amounts are considered by outalde partias too small or uuiguincaut, we hereby guarantee to ontbid and outrun any person or peraun'a hom The entries will close on the 2d of Moveinhtr with Geo. Ellison or Tho. Plane, of Whlta liiver. a. 8. ELL1ROK, iua f LANE E.J. TKAV1H. October 18, 1873. olt-td Mil OFFER HIS 1, 0, 0, F, IMMENSE STOCK -OF GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, MINING -AND- MILLING GOODS, in Tut: ninth anniversary of the admis sion of Nevada into the Union was en thusiastically eelebrated in Virginia City and Gold Hill, of which the Enterprise, Chronicle and rews give glowing ac counts. Khodk Island has more wealth in pro portion to her population than any other ntate in the Union. Bkmo. Notwithstanding tbe reoent great fire, the Journal is all right. That effioa lost only a trifle. The energy and determination of the people were found sufficient for ths emergency; so tbe prof fers of aid from other localities has been declined. The proposition for a national conven tion cf journalists, to take action toward remonstrating with Congress against the bill forbidding ths free passage of news papers through the mails, meets with this sensible protect from the Minneapo lis Tribune: We think it is high time that journal ism became a profession, rather than an aBvlum lor paupers, it has Deen crawl ing long enough, and must stand upon its feet. Thore is no more reason why an editor shonid ride iree on railroads thau why he should board free at hotels, There is no more reason why his papers should go free within the county than why the United States Treasurer should give him postage stamps lor his letters It would be pleasant, perhaps, to have the Government or the town buy a new press for our office or a new suit of clothes for the editor, bnt we are nnable to see why it should. Solvino a Fboblem. That class of women known as "strong minded," who place themselves in antagonism to the persecutions of the tyrant Man, have ventured npon a new field of enterprise in Massachusetts. They have segregated themselves into a colony near Boston. Women are to own all the real estate and transact all the business connected with the organization. Already, it is said, oyer a thousand female members have enrolled their names on the town list. lhe community will be obliged to attend nnsectarian services once a week. In dustrial and domestic schools and i laundry on a very large scale will be es tablished. The society styles itself the "Women's Economical Garden Home stead League," and the problem to be solved is, " Can't we get along without the interference or dictation of men Time will show. Call. Boss Chaitdleb or Michigan. It is s singular commentary on the boast so frequently made of the progress of the age that a man like Chandler shonid be permitted to bold in the hollow of his hand the political destinies of every Re- a A THANKSGIVING BULL LJL will be given, UlL VNDER THE AVSPICES OF PXOCHE LODGE No. 23, X. O. O. P.. BROWN'S HALL, MAIN ST., 05 Thursday Evening, Nov. 27, 1873. i24-td Dividend Notice. rpHE STOCKHOM1KKS OF THE PTATE X BANK OF NEVADA T hereby liotifl.ii tint it ine regular mommy meeiing vi me Poarrinf Directors, held on the 3d inat., a divi dend w&ft declared for the month of October of Two and One-half per Cent On the amount of capital atnek, payable at the Bank iu rmted mates gold coin on tne lutn UihUnt. J. W. WHKIHT, Bank Manager. 1'ioche, November 3, 1873. iiw-td GOOD NEWS TO THE PEOPLE OP PIOCHE. QUILLEN &DONAHOE, MEADOW VALLEY STREET, Sell the Cheapest and Best Bread IN TOWN. 8 LOAVES, 2 POI NDS EACH, FOR $1,00, til-lia Iu Piuehe. November 4, Matthew, son of John Cahill, agtd 4 years and 5 months. Funeral at 3 o'clock this afternoon, (rum tut- resilience of bis parents, Main street The announcement of lb. death of thiB inter eating child caused profound grief among all claaaea, and evoked genuine sympathy for the parcnta in their sail bereavement. No event has i-auat-d so much general regret, and Mr. and Mrs. Cahill are assured that their grief is shared in by the entire community. FIREMEN, ATTENTION ! mHE MEMBERS OF LIGHTNER HOOK L and Ladder Company are commanded to meet at the Track House at half-past two o'clock, this p. m., to attend the funeral of oiatlhew cabin. Bv order tAKl. BM11L1UJ, E. BcHorPMiim. i'oreuian. Secretary. n5-H SWISS CONFECTIONERY, MAIN STItrET, OPPOH1TK BROWN'S II A IX. HAVE OPENED THE 8WI8S CONFE& tionery and ltestauraut, Lower Main utreet, opposite Brown 'a Hull. t'akea and canmea tne very beat to ue nail. Parties and Weddinga aupilied promptly. Oaken ornamented on reaHouablt.- teriua. ui-tf . Notice tojaxpayers. STATE AND COUNTY TAXES WILL HE delinquent on ths Third Monday of Neveiubev, JOH ltOEDER, Couuly Treasurer and ex-oDk-io Tax Itooeiver. T. S. COLEMAN. . .D. T. O NIKL. NOTICE. rplIIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT I LOST J. on the stnets of Piocbe, on November 4, 1873. a Check on ths Newark Mining Company. Kan Praneiann. number 14S. Payable to my order. for 1124, dated October si, l nereuy warn all persons not to negotiate for said check aa it Is not Indorsed by ma and payment baa been stopped. Any one finding the same and return. ing it at the office of the Newark Mining Com pany will be suitably rewarded. u&-lln CHBWTIAN PETERSEN. SherifTa Sale. "IY VIRTUE OF All EXECUTION ISSUED 1 1 out nt the Dlatrict Court In and for the county of Lincoln, State of Nevada, and to me directed ana deliverea, lor j uukuw" rcuuereu in airf rvmrt on the 23d day of October. A. D. 1873, In favor of Milea Quillan and John L. Donahue, end against Edward Kelly and John Donahnn. for the aum ot Fourteen Hundred and Thlrty.two 3S.10O dollars damagea, together with lion 26.100 dollars, tax coats, and all ac cruing ooets, I nave levied on the follow, ing property, to wit: 1 cooking stoves, and all kitchen furniture, 10 tables, table cloths and crockery ware, 82 chairs, S lamps, 1 clock, 1 bos tnv ,ima. 1 dosen svtud pitchers, 1 look. ing glass, 1 water oooler, 1 writing desk, 10 caa. tors, and all the Cstures In snd to that certain Heataurant on Meaoow tsiiey ecreei, riocue, heretofore owned by the defendants. Notice is hereby given that on Monday, tin IT 4J mf Nerrnsnbor, A. D.M71, at 1 00101 p. as., I will sell all the right, title and Interest of said defendants in and to the abova escribed property, at the premises, on Meadow Valley street, Piocbe, at Public Auction, for oaah In hand, to the highest and beat bidder, to satisfy said execution and a costa. w. B. TRAVIS, Sheriff. Hi B H HeUtrOSU). 1MPUU. . . November a. Utl. ht-td n. ax. ASSAVBR. office m mnm stieet, ii QUI WIFJERHOin KM OF CAPITOL SALOON, MAW STREET, FIOCIJF. ! COLEMAN & O'NEIL, ' PROPRIETORS. j TTEEP THE BEST WINES, LIQUOK8 AND IV CIGARS that are obtainable in the United States. mylstf SUTTERLEY & FOX, PHOTOGRAPHERS, WILL OPEN ON SATURDAY, NOV. I, '73. PAT sT iEIIY Over Ike Phillip's Grocery Store, MAIN STREET, PIOCHE. omi-tf Ploehe N liver Bflnlno- f nmninc Location of works, Ely Mining District. Lincoln county, Nevada. Notice ia hereby given that at a meeting of the Board of Directors of said Company, held on the 80th day of October, 1873, an aaeeasment (No. 0) of One Dollar per snare wae levied upon tbe capital stock of said Company, payable immediately, in United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the Company, 412 California street, San Fran. Cisco, California. Any stock npon which said assessment shall remain unpaid on the lot h day of Decern ber, 1873, will be deemed dallnquent.and adver. tiaed for sale at public auction, and unless payment shall be made before, will be sold on Taundaf-, the Oth day of January, 1874, to pay tha delinquent assessment, to gether with cost of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Directors. CHAS. E. ELLIOT, SVcretarr Office: Boom 28 HaywanTs llulding, 4W Cali fornia street, San Francisco, California n4-td Complete facilities tor ADBAYINB AND MaU.TI.Nw BULLION. Ores of every deaitripUon carefully assayed. Cease a aid saw ID prices, ul.tf JJOTICB. DURING MV TEMPORARY ABSENCE DR C. J. PHILSON wlU attend to my practice. TP. TP. TVT ATTTg. FORWARDING ....AMD.... fOMissioyERcei WHOLE8ALE DEALER ....nr.... Flour, Grain, & General lenUt, TOANO (C.P.B.B.) NEVADA, Will Receive snd Forward Freight te PIOOHE ....aUTD... ALL PARTS OF EASTERN NEVADA ....AUD.... Idaho Territory, VS.7ITH DISPATCH AND AT LOWEtiT Going Kates. Mark Goods "Care F. F. Marx, Toano, Nevada." JAS. CBONAN, Agent st Piocbe. mrJi-tl FRANK WHEELER & CO., IMrOIttERS AND DEALERS In General Hardware, BOOTS, HATS, EH, HI ! HKINO DKHIKOl i Of CLUNIU OCT UCNINKHH IX ipf BfrLL SOODS BULL GOODS MTLt, OOODS Liuj! ooow luill GOOdS arax soom MILL OOOUa HILL OOODS mill ooorja Mining Goods Mining Goods Mining Goods Mining OoodhHTVTVp pnnnQMlninf Goods Mining Good.MlfllBU llUUDUMlnlng Goods Mining Goods Mining Uoods Mining Goods " Iron and. Stool, Stoves of all Kinds, EtO Eto EtO E3tC. A Suvply of Tinware TlnwareTI Jiy 1 nrTlnwiTiTlnwen Tinware Tinware llinAnC'rinwareTlnwara On hand: also Tin Work Eneateil prompt ly at reasonable rates. STONE STORE, . Upper Main street, Fioche, Ketada. apllMf THIS STATE. LEGITIMATE SALE, WITHOUT RESERVE t LXEBES tfc BOWMAN, NORTHWEST CORKER Battery and Sacramento Sts SAN FRANCISCO, Manufacturers s Importers ....or.... Havana Cigars, And Importrrs of Leaf Tobacco. P. O.Boilell. J7-Sm NOTICE or Dissolution of Copartnership. TaTOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THfc 11 copartnership heretofore existing hetwwu the undcreigned, tinder the firm name ot Clutc a Young, ia hereby dissolved by mutual con Bent, bearing date from September 8. lSS. A. A. Young withdrawing from the business, W. ( lute will continue the same. Either part! will sign in liquidation. , IT. W. LLl li A. A. YOISO. Pioche, Nevada, October 30, ltrW. oal-l" WE MUST SELL OUT. Ptorhe, Oct. 31t, 1873. U. I.. PEAL. M. D. ul-tt HOUSE A LOT, in i' roc mrc, TWO WAREHOUSES, STORE FIXTURES, HORSES AND WAGONS, ron SALE. PH. FELSENTHAL, STONE 8TOHB, ml treat, Opposite Meadow Val- 1 " ' i -l . "T, ley Stareet, Pioclar, Spvf . . ' ' oVMptf ' "" ' ' ' " JAliMCHNCV. , J. O. alcOORMlCS. WINES, LIQUORS AND OZGrAZtS, MAIN STREET, PIOCHE. clancy & Mccormick. auJ8 GEO. . CUSHIHO & CO.. (Su::I5s:es to s. i. sumon, DRUCCISTS & CHEMISTS. DEALERS IN PATENT MEDICINES, Pr-rf iiinrv. Vuirv (Innd. he. V Mfwt.ru. CushiDg ft Co. will k.p onl J tt W-.a J trliotsUSl si mr ueni auu jiurvBI- UTUK" 1SJ' -" - , xnj win -mod iwro amnemonic wo'J'" , to import direct from Euroi, oA thua ni" stir of ecuring ffrnuine article. , PhraiRiuia' prescriptions carefully promptly oompouudwd day and night, J. HOSMER S PRODUCE AND COMMISSION Next Door to MALLET'S MARKET, Main Strait, ... Pioche. Nevada. . seS-tf ' NOTICE. LOST OR STOLEN, CBltrK NO. date H-ptenber 10. for 230. u W.lls. TarRO at Co., Pioche, on Wells, FanW a Co., San rranrlaro, payable to the order oi Frpir. Not indorsed. Payment sloppwl-oH-lm JAMES O. rTE. : , NOTICE. ALL STATE AND OOrSTt AXK9 TO the nsi-al year ending Slat day of Be" ber, 1813, are now due and payable, and the " in regard their collection will be strictly " forced, JOHN BOKDSR. Treasurer, Lincoln County, Nov., and es-onw Tax Receiver. , , Pioche, Kev., Oot. 90, 187. , L NOTICE. ALL PERRONS INDEBTED W WWI Arm of Krlley k Donohua are rrauew?. come forward and settle at tha sture of W"" and Donohue, and save costa. rwto. We are authorised by the said Keller J,. hue, and by the Sheriff of Lincoln OoMty. tact all lbs out. tending debte of said IsteOriu. QOILLAS DONP"1; Pioche, Nev., Oct, IS, 19T3. "'v"