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HKUMKDti, .APRIL , 11. Tub BaalBma Ottts of th Piocaa IAILT Ka.i.ao will hereafter be tn the onic of H . K. bnky, at A. Colin liroeeigw store. Main tnet, opptatlM Mdow Valley. HI HKR'N PUNTHVNOl'N HPKKfH. The publication of this ducuiueut eou veve euoie very important iuf jrmatiou oa a aubject which bu hitherto been extremely obecure. Tbe removal of so profoun.l a acholur, ao able a bUluriau, ao worthy a man. aa tbe celebrated Mot ley from the position of Minister to tbe Court of St. James, eicitei nt tbe time lbs very liveliwit feeling! of aatotiiah- tiieut, which were ancoeeileil by indigna tion when ordinary a man as Sbenck waa announced as bi stirpe-iUir. Ah wo go along tbe inquiry etrikea ua, woul 1 Motley bare In-en mixed up with Kiicb an affair a tbtt Etuma awiudle iu which Schema waa entangled? But to pro ceed: Thin undelivered eptecb of Sum. uer'a affords Ibe key to tbe mystery. Motley waa rMituiier'e friend. Motley abared Kumucr'a view ou many que." tion of foreign policy, and enrwcially tbe more important outa. Sumner waa tbe deteriuiuel opponent of tbe abnurd Sauto Domingo acbeme. litcauae of that oppoaition he wa d-poJ from the important post be bod ao long and so honorably filled, that of CUairmun of tbe Senate Committee on Foreigu Kelationa, and then, to add a deeper wound, Mot ley, Sumner'H friend, waa recalled from the mission, iu which, while be waa fear lessly agsertiDg tbe dignity and beat in terests ol bis country, h waa winning the respect uf all. Yet be was super seded for no other earthly reason than that he waa the friend of the Senator who had the moral courage to oppose the President and the Foreign Secretary in a favorite acheine. and by ao doing prevented them making an egregious error, that would have been n continual source of annoyance and injury to the country. There baa beeu a good deal of mawk ish vapid sentimentality voided by the administration pap-rs about "letting by gonea be bygones," and "striking the living from the grave," etc., etc. All that kind of stuff is mere leather and prunella. That speech is a valuable contribution to the political history of the country, as it shoits iu a c'.ear un mistakable light the secret springs of a very tlity and discreditable transaction, in which the President uud Secretary Fish were alike engaged in a paltry at tempt to degrade iu the eyes of their eouulrvnif n, two men who were inriuite ly their superiors in every imaginable condition. Of course they were unsuc cessful. Tney could deprive Sumner and Motley of certain official positions. But what did that matter. Such men as those lend lustre to the positions they may choose to occupy in tbe public service. Offl 'ial rank can never confer any additioual diuity on them. So therefore, iu that chkc as it does iu all others, their petty malice rebounded aguiuut its authors, inflicting a stnin which the publication of this speech renders indelible, llefore we close we may observe that we find Hamilton Fish gays he will not attempt to defend him self, but leave the matter to be judged by tbe country aud posterity, or words to that effect. To to this it may be re plied, that all attempted defense would be worse than useless; and as to posterity Sumner's name will be remembered blessed and venerated by millions yet unborn, viile poor Fish will be as en tirely forgotten as it be had never lived. Hut better niter oblivion, than to be re membered as the official lackey, who, because be wore the livery of bis master, deliberately insulted such men aa Sum ner and Motley, whose aboes he was not wortbv to untie. upon those he baa injured and any, "I bave sharpened your aenae." Yea, there is no doubt you have, ion sharpened it to this extent, that tbe nation at large is rapidly losing all faith in the two great parties that have hitherto divided the couutry- The issues between them are gone, and nothing is left in either but a herd- o( hungry office holdera and seek ers, tbe one in and the other out. If the outs, though tiiey call themselves Demo crats, could get in, they would no doubt start i'i tbe same path with as much avidity as a hungry rat at cheese. As tbe Christian Cnion says, " Most of the Kepnhlic.nl leaders who are not dis horn st are too anxious for the support of rogues to bear very hard on roguery. Tbe parly, having; outlived the issues that give it birth, has wholly failed to meet tbe new i-sue-j. lis organization has become a nn re machine for keeping a poor set of uieii in power. Why should the people continue to maintain such a party?" And the Christian I niou declare! that tbe " llepublican unity would have met its end before this had there arisen a worthy opponent. But the Democracy is equally barren of principles, equally uupromising of prae. ticiil reform." That is exactly the case, and the people's sense is sufficiently "tdisiueued" to see it aud know it, and thev are going to act upon ft. They dis trust both. One they know is robbing them the other they fear will. This being tlie condition of things, they think if they are bound to be robbed, it is very little matter whodoeBit. But the people have not reached that condi tion of helplessness; they think they still have power to effect a salutary and sweeping reform, and, mark our words, they will do it. Their sense is just "sharpened" tip to that point. If there ia any credit in tbe process by which this condition of acuteuess has been accom plished the Enterprise is welcome to claim it for whom it pleases. BY TELEGRAPH! Tax Republican paity has sharpened the popular sense, aud fraud ia now ex posed and puuished where then it was covered up and rewarded. Virg. Enter prise, This, as Mr. Lincoln use to say, "re minds us of a story." There was a man living in Illinois who, though be wub married, was but' a poor shiftless but harmless fellow. At last his wife, tired of bis ways, concluded she would go off with another man, and one day, iu the absence of her husband, she and ber afliuity began to pack up the household goods, and had just got them fairly into the wagon, when Mr. Husband came back, aud struck with astonishment, in quired, "What Bre you doing?" "Oh," said the wife, "I am tired of living with you as you are ao shiftless, so I am go ing off with this man." "Well, aaid tbe husband, "what am I to do?" "Wall," oooly says Mr. Affinity, "you can come along. You will do to pick up chips." This we might say was probably the ooolest frigidity that waa ever oougealed. To take a man's wife and household traps, and then tell him "to come along and pick np chips." But that is noth ing to the hyperborean chilliness of our friend, the Euterpriae, when it makes the remark which is at the head of this article: "The Republican party has sharpened tbe popular sense." Eh! In what respect has it sharpened the said sense, and what is the moral grindstone that has put this keen edge on this popu lar sense? We will tell you, Mr. Enter prise, the reason why what yon call popular sense ia sharpened. It is like the man who has been repeatedly and shamelessly robbed by bis employes, and by theae repeated injuries bia sense ia "sharpened" to And out and punish the offender. He becomes irritated and daily takes wiser means to secure tbe rogue. At last he siezes him, and then the rascal tutus around and says, with the iciest effrontery, " You ought to be much obliged to me, for I bare sharpened your senses." That delinquent wonld eertainly carry off the palm for brazen impudence. Yet that is exactly the position the Enter prise takes when it talks about the Re publican party sharpening the people's sense. Yes, it would sharpen anybody's sense, when the peculations, swindles and deceits of all kinds were hurrying them to financial and political rain. But it ill becomes the oriininal to turn round Thk Virginia Euterpriae hos a whole column laudatory of Senator Stewart's action on the Territorial Railroad bill. This is well; give praise where it is de served; but recollect that "one Bwallow does not make a Summer," and Stewart's Senatorial career so far has been a dreary Wintry wuste. To show that we are not alone iu our views, we append au extract from the Sacramento Union, written by its well-known contributor, "Singleline": O. Sumner, loyal spirit! What Is fame, Hack-art ion-il to a modern atateauiau'e name? ItuU-whsckin.' Stewart kuows enough to read This teauister lingo, if he does Dot heed. We gathered Stewart we, the miner folks When he whm goatling oxen In the yokes We thought a uiau who lived so near to earth Would bear the favor of a higher berth, And work in earnest, though ho niixned ap plause, And point his goail-atiek in a people's cause, We thought that he, who often breathed the ilut Of t'nele Ham, would feel the sacred trust Of guardiau in our upper house ol Jaw, Instead of ahouting, huskily, "wboa-hawt" We meant to make a man of Inm, but pshaw! The greed of gold was cankered m hla maw. The very iIuhI that he had swallowed down In urging Hrimlle thro' the mining town The golden dust had fired his appetite W ith taate of gain that pears his sense of right. He goes for Rtewart, aud he goes for coin; Luxurious lives, and ia, in snort, "uem a loine. His castle lifts its dizzy hiiht between The will" Potomac aud the llelds o' green: Looms far above the soldier in hia grave Who gHve IiIk life, like Stewart, for a slave. (But there's Home odds 'twixt Ktcwart aud the dead! They're not, precisely, under the same head. The soldier tell to tree the slave himself, But Ktcwart fell to lie a slave of pell.) If such is hosor. Htewsrt has it bad As Benny Arnold or John Churchill had. O. Stewart. Stewart! rich and ripe and rotten. Have yon thin mountain people clear forgotten ! If so. then read this rhyme so sadly true And learn that wc.have not forgotten you. Ah ! would you rot the nigged ladder down Whereon you climbed from nothing to renown Have you forgotten Harry you know who ! Who parted from the Oolden Htate, and you, With tearful eyes and all regretful speech To join lua people in ltebellion'a breach? As any man ahould follow out his thought In aiming after what hia childhood taught. Have you forgottea how you clasped hia hand between the Ocean and Sierra grand, And sniveled, "I would follow, Harry, too My heart aud early training go with you ; Mv home, my home, niv home Is in the Honth, Hur cruel wrongs have driven my heart to month Hut, Harry, 1 want money I I am poor, And I ahall stay to knock at Lincoln's door, And gain admittance, if I don't mistake ; For, Harry, I am on it on the make." You gained admittance, and you made your pile. What honor have you. ottics-aeeker vile? Who'll weep when " you" are dead? Who'd cry, it in the senate you siiouiu aroop ana die? From limpid Douner to the lake of Halt, From Oregon to where the rapids halt, At tlallville, on the cammed Colorado, There's not a man that, even tn bravado, Would dare to pack an onion when you die To force a tear Irom his unwilling eye. (But then there is a solace, for 1 have heard it asld. There's a wheezy locomotive to go squealing wnen yon re aeail.) TUB RIGHT SPIRIT. A most fitting time aud occasion was seized by Congressman Lamar, when the eulogies on Sumner were being pro nounced, to urge that all sectional ani mosity should be laid aside for once and for ever. No nobler epitaph could be engraved on the tomb of Sumner, or would be a sweeter tribute to bis life long services, that even in death the common love mid respect for his memo ry was so great, that it once more knit together tbe bonds that erstwhile had so closely united the north with the south. That henceforth hand in hand they sought to prove themselves worthy of the splendid inheritance of this magnifi cent country, and the glorious traditions of the fathers. If this be done, and the next two years be devoted to the curing of wounds and the obliteration of scars, to the cultivation of fraternal relations actuated by sincere good will on both sides. Then we say the sun of the Cen tennial Celebration will shine on a glori ous spectacle indeed. A free, a happy, a united, a prosperous nation. In Eureka there is some person of very mature years who is trying to acquire the rudiments of music. As tbe per formance evidently takes place near tbe Cupel officeajt so annoys the local that be speaketh savagely. In this case music Appears to havejost its charm. Hat is $70 a ton in Eureka, and likely to advance. We can remember when it was (300 in Hamilton, Johnson, the insane man who refused food for 12 days while in the jail, was released yesterday and given in charge of a countryman and namesake of his who resides at Ruby Hill, Mews received to-day states that he broke his fast by eating supper last evening and breakfast this morning. His long ab stinence hsa made him qnite weak, but with the retnrn of his appetite, his bodily ailment will probably soon disappear. LEurekaCnpel, 21th Inst. Mas. Mian, the lady who was shot by her husband on Saturday evening laat, baa recovered sufficiently to be able to be about tbe house again. Gold Hill Newt, 33. SPIDCUL TO THK KOOHS Blttt SWOK". 1 Eastern Dispatches. Xiw Oblians, April 27.-Thr.e hun dred families of West Buton Rouse are homeless on account of the innndation. The town is entirely submerged. The United States Quartermaster transferred to tbe Distributing Committee yesterday 25,000 suits of clothes aud 1.000 blankets. Advices from the Teche country say that the river continues to rise. Washinotok. April 2JT.- Representa tives of the Xw York Bank Note En graving Company were before the nouse Banking Committee to-day, seeking to regain the printing of a certain portion of greenbacks and fractional currency lortn erly done by Ihem, but recently given to the Columbia Bank Note Company of Washington. Fred. R. Stanton ap peared as the representative of tbe Columbia Company, and during the meeting the fact transpired that $30,000 worth of the stock of the company was given to S. F. Smith for hU influence iu getting tbe printing contract from the Treasury Department. The New Yorkers proposed to examine the Treasury em ployes, but Assistant Secretary Sawyer protested against this without hrst apply ing to the Secretary. Dethoit. Anrii 27. The Board of Trade have unanimously adopted resold tions endorsing the veto of the Finance bill as an act of wisdom, and by ao doing saviriL' the" credit and honor of the country. Wasuisotos, April 27. The cxamiua- tion of Fay this afternoon developed the fact that be was sent to Europe by some mysterious influence of which he knew nothing, at u salary of $5,000 a year and expenses, to examine certain cases of alleged under valuation of goods. The District of Columbia Legislature organized and received a message from Governor Shepherd recommending that they disband till the investigation is cou eluded by Congress, and action is taken on tbe resolution to suspend the Dis trict Legislature. Tbe message was re- forred to a special committe. Washington, April 27. This being tbe day set apart for eulogies upon tbe late Senator Sumner, the Senate galleries were filled long before the hour of meet ing. Vice President Wilson was present, but did not occupy the chair. After the usual opening formalities, lioutwell of fered a resolution thnt as an additional mark of respect to the memory of Charles Sumner, long a Senator from Mnssachu setts, business be suspended, that the friends aud associates of the deceased may pay a fitting tribute to his public aud private virtues, and that the Secre tary of tbe Senate be instructed to pre- sent the resolutions to the House o( Representatives. Ths resolution whs agreed to. Boutwell then begau a speech. lie paid a high tribute to the pure purposes of the deceased ia private aud public life. His devotiou to liberty and his arduous labors iu behalf of' freedom would secure for him the grateful re tnembrunce of hia countrvmen. Thurman alluded in feeling terms to the personal friendship between Sumner and himself, and eulogized the personal qualities of the deceased. Spencer, Morrill of Vermont, Pratt and Sargent Also made brief appropriate remarks. Adjourned. Under the call of States many bills were introduced, inoludiug one by Law rence to facilitate the resuption of specie payment and prevent fluctuations it United States notes. One by CroBslaml, of Kentucky, repealing the laws taxing State banks. One for a tax of five per cent on incomes over $5,000; one by Al bright declaring it oppressive to impose additional taxution and inexpedient to retrench the necessary appropriations already made in the interest of com merce, and providing us a temporary re lief for tbe issue of un additional $50,000,000 of legal tenders. Poland introduced a bill to provide for a system of free national banking and for the resumption of specie payments, of which the following is a synopsis: Section 1 repeals all acts limiting the amount of bank circulation; section 2 provides for issuing circulation to all banks which may be organ ized under the existing laws and which furnish tha requisite secuiities; section 3, provides that as fast as cir culation is issued to banks, 5 per cent, of the amount shall be returned in green backs, until tbe amount of greenbacks shall bo reduced to $25,000,000; section i authorizes the issuance of $400,000,000 of United States bonds at 5 per cent . for twenty years, or atfiJJ per cent for thirty years, to be used exclusively fur retiring greenbacks, and provides that every holder of greenbacks may exchange tbe same for such bonds. All green backs thus exchanged to be canceled; section 5, provides that after July 1, 1875, the Government shall pay all Unit ed States notes in coin on presentation, and that one-half cf all custom duties may be paid in United States notes; sec tion 6 forbids the payment of interest by national banks to other national banks on deposits, except by banks acting as redeeming agents for other bunks, and only to the amount the law authorizes them to keep as their reserve in the hands of such redeeming agents. A bill was passed amending the Ship pig Commissioner's Act, so it will not apply to the vessels engaged in the coastwise trade, or the trade between the United States and British North American possessions, or in any case where seamen, by custom or agreement, are entitled to share the profits of a cruise or voyage. The Senate resolutions with reference to Sumner were received, and Hoar offered similar resolutions, which were adopted, when Hoar addressed the House. He reviewed Sumner's career to tbs hour of his death, which he attrib uted to Brooks' asaanlt, and eulogized hia great integrity and honesty of pur pose. Lamar seconded the resolutions in a speech which attracted profound atten tion. He declared that strange as it j waa iu view of the past association, it might have bseu deemed impossible aa it STAGE L1BES. NEW TO-DAY.1? would have been ten years ago, for Mississippi and Massachusetts to join in mourning for Sumner, but to-day tney were uuited in honoring bis memory. He went on to spenk of Sumner 'a devo tion to the cause of human freedom, the fiery zeal of his efforts to abolish slavery, bis magnanimous conduct toward the conquered South, and the sympathy he bad for tbe suffering people. Allud ing to his battle-nog resolution as gracious act which touched the hearts of the Southern people, though they did not auk or wish the North to obliterate any record of Ameri can valor, and concluded with an earnest BDpeal for the laving asiiie of sectional animosities and for a union o! heart and. feeling. The people were bound to gether by a com moil constitution and destined to live together under a com mon form of Govcrnmint sod forming unitedly but a single member id the great family of nation. Nkw Yobk, April 28-In the case oi Michael M. Sampson against the tniun Pacifio Railroad Company, Joy Gould, Sydney, Dilliou et al., an order has been issued citing tho defendants to appear before the Supreme Court to show cause why an injunction should not be issuer! restraining tho Union hueihc from dis posing in any way ol the securities exe cuted under the indemnity known as the sinking fund. The argument will be beard to-morrow or next day. Obadinh Brown, a member of Congress from the Second New York District in 1851, committed suicide at his house on Staten Island last night. Chicago, April 2. - A Logansport, Indiana, dispatch, says that there was a fire there late last night which destroyed twenty buildings, including several busi ness houses. There were no particulars of the loss given. Washington, April 23. Gov. Baxter, of Arkansas, telegraphed the President that an armed insurrection exists in the State and asks for aid to suppress it. Brooks has already made a similar re quisition and has two lawyers here who are now representing his interests. Bax ter's counsel is also on the way, and tho question of who is Ike actual Governor will soon be presented for the Presidents decision. In tbe House a bill appropriating $9C, 000 for the purchase of rations to relieve the sufferers by the Southern inunda tions passed. fulks & mcAlpin,-Daily Stage Line, IMPORT i PIOCHE . I tn WgOI AIJI An RafTAlX PKLntl" Fine Wines,Liquors and Cigars, Proprietors Coamopolltsm Kaloen, Meadow Valley Mtwt, ANO ALAO THK CITY CLUB ROOMS, On Wain Street. raiHF. PUOFRIKTUrTtaKB PLKA81 HE IN I tuforuiiuR old patron and new ones that they will continue, aa heretofore, to keeji TIIX3 FINEST WINES, LIQUOnS AND CIOAItB IN THIS MAHKF.T. apiD-tl , IBEIGHTEB8. AND Soda, Sarsaparilla AND CIDBH. J. T. DAVIS Kebpkctkci.lt informs the citizens of Fioi-lif aud vicinity tlist h is luaaufac turing and will supply the Finest Uuiilll of file Above Articles. MAM FACTORY Coniaall Meadow Valley atieet. How, north of apW-tf LAFAYETTE RESTAURANT Medow Valley St,3 REDUCTION of PRICES. Meals J.i Its. 10 per Week. CASOU MICIIEIj HAVING TAKEN TII1B FIRST-CLASS RES TAURANT, are determined lo give iatie factiou to their palroua. Michel baa charge of the culinary department. Meals wiil aluo be served by bill of fare, from twenty-five cents upwards, as may lie desired by eueata. Meala at all bonrs. Private rooms for fam ilies. CASON MICHU.. n?I-tr HAMILTON, AND HALF-DA1I.I FROM TON TO nOBlNWIK MUbl.l. tnKKK, ASD TI1I-WF.EKI.T FROM HAMILTON T0CHEEEY CEEEK. TRAVIS 4 CO., Proprietor. CAItllYlXO V. 8. MAIL AM) WEIAS.rAB IHJ k OO.'S EXPBEbS. Tint Threo I.lnea nwly Stocked wi Fin. AMERICAN HORSES .. CONCORD COACHES. .asc leave Pioctae Dally at A. M., making do connection with Railroad Bugs from Ham iitin. OII,c.l Wells, FrrllCo.,. ml-tf WHOLESALE ........ SOUTHERN ST ACE LINE. pioonia TO SALT LAKE CITY. GILMER t SALISBURY, Proprietors. AflARHYINO TJ. S. MAIL, AND WELLfl, FAB- IjOUC CO.'S EXUltbS via Fillmore, Scipio, Nephi, Payson. Provo, ana Lehl, With Branch Lin from ltlver.lde to North Star, Mlneravllle' leave?, Pa rowan and St. George. Stages Uave alternate days at 0 A. M. Olll re at Wella, Fargo & Co. 'a. n'il-tf FORWARDINC ISI0i MERM!. DEALER Flour, Grain. & General Mertatai, TOANO (C.P.R.E.) NEVADA, Will Recelva and Forward Freight to PIOOHB ....aU(X... All Pads of Eastern Nevada ....Am.... Idaho Territory, V? "H DISPATCH AKD AT LOW 1ST Uolng Kates. War Oooda Caro F. K. Hon, Toaaa, Karada. JAS. CKONAN, Agent it Koch.. niriJ-tf Billy, the Stage Boy! Billy, the Milk Boy. Pacific Coast. 8as Francisco, April 28. Lust even ing George Williams, employed ia the Mission Wollen Milk wus attacked by tbree giirriiters on the corner of Bay uud Leavenworth streets, who robbed bira of $700. Alter robbiDK him they dragged hiui to the beach and threw him into the buy, leaving him f.ir dead. He managed to crawl back to his residence, which was near by. The Freeman's Mining Company levied an HHsessment of 20 cents per share. Three mining assessments were levied to-dy: Trench Mining couipsuy, ."0 cents ptr share; Dutch FUt Blue Gravel Mining Company, $'2.50 per share; and the Vutbrouuh Mining Company oU cents per share. Thus. A. Field, convicted of detaining letters entrusted to kiln as a Utter car rier, wus seuteuced to pay a fineof $250, Foreign News. LoMiON, April 28. In the House of Commons last evening Cross, tbe Home Sicretiiry, introduced a bill amending and cousidmibly ameliorating tho Li censing Act. It fixes the cloaing hours of public houses half an hour later at night. ISayonxk, April 27. General C'eballus with (i.OOU men has taken possession of the town of Chelvo, Paris, April 27. Vou A mini, the Pmssiuu. Minister here, has written a letter to Dr. Dollinger, criticising the ec clesiastical policy of the Government, Beki.in', April 27. Count Von Arnim will probably leitve the diplomatic service of Trussia. Havana, April 27. General Concha Iiiib ordered a draft from persons between twenty-five and thirty-five years of age. The mail steamer to-morrow tskes to Spain 4"i(l CarlistB prisoners for ex change. London, April 27. The Commous have finally approved and disposed of the budget. The Khedive of Egypt took military possession of tbe Haez Canal before De Lesseps acquiesced in the decision ol the International Commission. Ottowa, April 28, A fire this morn ing destroyed tbe Kingston Market, the Caledonia Hotel, tbe Johnson House and several other buildings on York and Clarence streets. Loss, $100,000. Pioche Bakery. QUI l. LEX & DON A HOE, Proprietor, Dealers in Groceries, WINES AND LiaUORS, Meadow Valley St. f TI.e niftiest price paid for I'tab Proiluce atilS-tt PURCHASE -or Walker House. HA VINO THIS DAY PURCHASED THE "Walker Uhum, w are now In ptmwHuiou tit the two ben hotels ill Salt I-alte City. Of the Walker iluuse we deem it uunireniwry to wy hit thins ia iti behalf, its BiilenUitl dcBtim and eliut equipment being so well known to the public. Th CL1FT HOITBE, thouph not bo well known m the Walter lluuiw having hwn open but a few weeks is tirt-clan in all ita appointment, the building being new and the furniture of the mot fRfchkmable and elegant BtTle. The location of this nonce is central and commands a splendid view of the lake and ever fmow-clatt mount", ins and surrounding scenery. Ita local reputation is auiei lr to that of any other houne in the city. With tbe above facilities at our command we feel ftRsured in guaranteeing satisfaction to all. IteHpfK-tfllll.V, etc., KITCHEN BROS. August 1, 1873. auia-tf TMLLY, THE STAG? BOY, WILL LEAVE ot: he at 4 o clock p. in., EVERY DAT, FOR BULLIONVILLE. BILLY, THE MILK BOY, Will kaa rioclie at 10 o'clock a, m.. KVK1LY DAY. raii-yiiitf Mall and Kipreaa, FOR Bt LMONYlLLrc. apa-tf PRITCHARD'S RECULAR FREIGHT LINE PALISADE, -FROM via ET7KEXA PIOCHE. W. I. PR1TCHAHD, Prvp'r. Time from 10 to 14 Cays. Mark good! rare ot Pritchard. Pallaada. Diamond No Forwarding Charges by Thii Line! OHU , C'ornrr or Plorha aart 1 Irld Sta FRANK C. MINSai'LL, Agcat. a-tt HEAT MARKETS, htickkex. we are favored by our friend Juunuy Adams with some late numbers of tbe OregoDian, containing tbe Intest news wo bave seen from tbe Stic keen mines. It ma; be summed np in a few words. There is a great deal of ex citement and a number of men are push ing forwatd to the diggings, though most of the prospectors are waiting at Victoria and Fort Vrangel for ths river to open. Steamboats lira building to rnn on the Stickeen as far as navigation is practica ble. Tbe gist of tbs accounts from ths mines seems to be that so far as pros' pected they appear lo be rich, but aa to tbe extent of tbe diggings nothiug is known, so the boys bad better keep cool until some definite intelligence arrives. At it Aotm. The Ohio Htate Journal (Republican) is busy burying tbe Dem ocratic partv. The journals of both par ties have been occupied in the burial of each olher's organization for the last ten years, aud neither of them are under ground. All bands must ba mighty poor sextons. Tu White Pine News is urging the resumption of smelting at Hamilton. It says the Mattison works could be re paired and worked at a considerable profit. Granger Chop-House, Lucourst, old PostoflUc BuihUnff, J MRH. RICHARDS, m ia now opened to tlia public and will bp kept aa a nrst-clasa Cliop-liousc. Steals at all llouraof Hie Day or Night. Meals cooked to order. Oyatert lu every style, jall-t; Wilmans' House. BOARD AT THE ABOVE HOt SF. HA8 BEEN rtdurrd to SK.uo per week, board and Lodigiu!!, with single Ix'ris and airy rooma. 4t.iu per month; ard board and lodpinir, the boarder fumitfliittit hia own liedding, iii.00 per week. Single Aleala, 60 f-enta. Ihe table is g-uuiiitt-ed equal to any in Piortie. 1). I. WILMANS, Proprietor, Pioche. April 1, 1874. apl-tf Quarterly Statement Of THE Rm'iiitK and l'avments of Ihe Treasurer of Lincoln County for tbe Three .Months Ending March 31, 1814. Balance fmu laat Quarter l'.il,"l3 SI uiatrlbuted in the lollowing f unds: Klate Fund gchoo) Fund Oen'l bounty Fund IndiKent Sii-k Fund ColitiuKent Fund Building Fund Interest Fund Fire Fund JudRe'a Salary Fuud Treasurer's balaryFuud. M.H'Jo So ....6,612 as 1,610 07 m as MS VI 146 SI ...16.(144 15 1114 64 3B6 !1D l.ao.i ui Receipt for the past Quarter itenvtfd from me loiiowmg sources: AaaeHsiiieut Roll 17? SIS7 66 Aaseabment Roll 1S7S S,vn 74 Uinlna Tal. 4Ui quarter l73..e, 1 10 H4 Couuly Licenses i'W Hi Uamihg Licenses .....1,700 00 Justice's Court Fines IS 00 Docket Tax 46 00 $'0,765 69 (17,846 M CITY MEAT MARKET. T-Tnf r& Flnt door abov Eilpin'i Hardware Btora, MAIN STREET, tMOCHE, NEVADA. GLISSAN, BISHOP & CO., PROPRIETORS. TUIB NEW MARKET BAB JC&T BUN opf n?d, and ia fittrd up in flrat-claaa at 7 It, with everything convenitm aud Decenary. FRESH, SALT AND DRIED MEATS Of all kinds, and alwaja tb Terr bast tbs country affords; auch as Beef, Pork, Matton aaa V.aL Sausage of all ' Kinds. Ths Proprietors will do their beat to plena and satisfy all tuatimers. - Rendered Tallow for Mills and Mia ttia? Purposes, All orders delivered free of charga, and ttar Uy custom solicited. GIVE I S A CALM apttl-tf Apportioned as followa: Htate F'und School F'uud (leueral Fund Indigent Hick Fund Contingent Fuud Building Fuud 1.6V7 27 Inu-rfgl Fund 1,363 84 Fire Fund 1D7 So Judse'a Salary Fund 43 2tl Treaaurer'a Salary Fuud -481 96 I17.S46 US ,.14,840 IS . -.Oil 47 ...6,41ti 00 ...-1170 35 .-97 6 3f, Important to Farmers and Gardeners. A'ia i. pr.nsoNS who wish to raibe the rfc-i'tit and best OABBA.OEB Iu the mrld should a-nd Twtnty-iive Onta for uiie package uf imported Alsatian Cabbage Seed. Cabbnufs of the fliifist quality and wt-ighing upward ft cf (10 p(,unda, may be rained lu auy purt of the I'nited States from Oipbo seed. Each packuKP, containing au ounce, will be sent, free of pimtuKe, to any add reps, on receipt of the price, 25 ceuta each, or five packages for one dollar. Full direct ions how and wheu to plant accompany each package. Addreaa M. M. KKYNAL, ap'sitVet 8C Amity street, New York City. Probate Notice. THE DISTRICT COURT O THK Seventh Judicial District Count of Lin. coin, niaie 01 Aevautt. htate of Nevada, County of Lincoln. In the matter of the eatate of John Urandon, de ceatted. Notire of Publication, or time appointed for proving will, etc. I'ursiiant to an order of Mid Court, made on the -,24th day of April. A. 1). 1B74. notice la hereby given that Saturday, the Mnth day or May, A. U. 1874, at 10 o'clock a. m. ot 8a id day, and the Court Room of said Court, at the town of Pioche, in the County of Lincoln, have been appointed aa the time and place Tor proving the will of said John Gran don, deceased, and for hearing the applica tion of John Leahy for the iaauance to him oi letters teatamentary, when and where any person interested may appear and content the same. Dated April 24, 1874. P. B. MILLER, Clerk. By J. M. Hahfobt), Deputy Clerk. ap-J6-td Newark Silver Ml n I tiff Company uuimiKu oi inmip) yme vi uusmeas, San Francisco, California ; Location of worka. Ely Miciug District, Lincoln county, Ne vada. isotice is hereby given that at a meet ing of the Board of Trustees, held on tne Twentieth day of April. 1874, an aawsnment (No. 7) of Two (i'i) Dollars per snare waa levied upon the capital stock of the Corporation, vavable imntediatelv. In United States gold coin, to the .Secretary at me oilier 01 ins omptuiy, noom AO. 1, AO. 4U1 California street, Ban Francisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the Twenty-ninth day of May, 1874. will be delinouent. and advertised for aale at public auction, and unless payment Is made before, will be sold on Friday, the Nineteenth day of June, 1874, to pay the delinquent assess ment, together with coots of advertising and cApeuMta ui saie. DAVID T. BAOLET. tWretarv. Office Room No. 1, No. 401 California street tan jrYanclaco, CalUornU. 28-td Office of the Peavine Silver Mining Company, Ban Francisco, April 31st, 1874 The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Peavine Hilver Mining Company, for the election of Trustees to serve for the ensuing year, and for ths transaction of such other business as may properly come before the meeting, will be held on Tneaday, the 19th day of May, 1874. at the hour of 8 o'clock p. m.. at the office of tbe Company, No. 4S6 Montgomery street (up nuurai, sen rrancisco, usiiiornia, a38-td 0. F. BALCOM, Secretary. The Board of Trnateee mmm. re du tion authorizing me to allow 1 ! ner cent. to all shareholders who pay asaeaameat on Page m Msucav inuuBuiaie i y . PITTT.TP TiT V President Page ft Panaer bilver Mining' Com- ap-Jt-iw During the past Quarter the following transfers were made: From the Htate to the School Fund, per Controller's warrant From the Treasurer's biliary to the aimiee s salary t una Aud to the Building Fund Hy order of the County County Com loUui oners. January 5, 1874. From tho Building to the General ounty fund By order of the County Commission t in, aiarcn jo, 11,817 39 614 71 447 60 Payments during the Quarter 33,00 70 From the following funis: State Fund $906 18 hchool tuna 3.BV2 PO General Fund 8,188 10 Indigent Sick Fund 1.143 35 Contingent Fund I,7y6 01 liuiiumg rund t'M 0U interest rund 14.791 CA ' Fire Fund 310 00 Judge's Salary Fund 1,000 00 TreMSurer's Salary Fand 460 00 $33.000 70 HKCAPITULATION. Cash Balance January 31. 1874 29 7a rq Receipts during the past Quarter 17,846 iH Totsl 147 flin R7 Payments during the past Quarter 83,009 70 Balance on hand March 31, 1874. ., .$14,600 87 DiBinumea in me loiiowina Fundi- State Fund $6,043 68 School Fund 4,3111 7a ueneral Fund i,40fl OS Contingent Fuud 116 76 Indigent Hick Fund 40 3 Fire Fund ai go Interest Fund 1,6(W 33 Judge's Salary Fund 43 1M Treasurer s Salary Fund 931 95 $14,600 87 Statement of Liabilities. Funded Debt $111,000 00 Liable to be Funded 783 10 Floating Debt 36,960 60 t , , . $217,743 60 Less Cash In different County Funds. ...8,66 8 39 $309,185 SI W. H HENDERSON, Co. Auditor, JOHN KOKDER, to. Treasurer. Pioche, Lincoln County, Mot., April 18, 1874. aplH-lw NEVADA AT HIE OLD OH MARKET. STAND, The Main St.. Onnoiite Lacour la Ih. Place te Bar Best and Cheapest MEAT IN PIOCHE, Beef, Mutton, Veal, Poik, SAUSAGES AND SAUSAGE WAT, Don't forget th. place, 03L M. ABADS CO. PEOPLE'S MARKIT! Opposite ttnlllan ail Deaebat's, Meadow Valley at.. WIKES k M0NTG0MEET, Prop'M. AKE NOW PRFPAHED TO FURNISH Bau, POItK and MtTTON o Ibtlr patrow. cliraprr tlien Ik. thraptat. Wa dent kill Clttlf. Ihrrrlore tlie people alii Bnd It to tljjlr auvauiage 10 priromze tit. raopi. a PORK MAV8AGE, READ.CDKESK, BLOOD-PI DDIN6 aad BOLOGMI, ALWAYS ON HAND. Th. Wat quality of Brndfrrd Tallow, for M"1 and Mining purpotea, rouatantly on band. Miuera and Family Cuatom aoliclted. We am in th. field to alay, and do buain'M a lue Hnuara. bii-. JAMES NESBITT, COMMISSION MERCHANT. Dealera la Produce, Groceries and Provision. Malai atreet, Plecke. Ja8-tf Trie Annual Meeting of the Rtocaf holdera of th. Pioche Silver Mining Company for tb. election of Trnatwa, and auch other buaineaa aa may properly com. before the meet ing, will be bold on MONDAY, May 4, 1874, at 3 o'clock p. m., at th. olBc of th. Company. Room 39 Hayward'a Building, 41 Clifornla atreet, Han Franciaro, California. Tranaler book a cloaed on th. lat day of May, at o'clock ft. m., and remain cloaad until after the meet ng. By order of the Trnateea, ap33-td CBA8. X. ELLIOT, Secretary. To Teachers. THB BOARD OF EXAMINERS WILL MEET in th. School.houM, Main atraet, ou WEDNESDAY, April 9. Applicant, for th. Orammar School ot Pioche Dlatrlct will pleaae com. befor. th. Board for examination. LOOTS 8FLTAH, apW-td Superintendent of Public Hchoola. NOTICE. A LL PERSONS INDENTED TO R. M. COOK for aaaaying or otherwtae, are notified to com. and aettle up immediately with th. under- .CA1, PIPIFA2I. Tins RosicncciAN were a sect or Phlloaophera who nouriehed In Oennaw during th. aeveuteenth century, and protecm profound reaearchca Into Natural Bcicn""" Occult PhUoaophy, and aonght to diarover ELIXIR OF UFE. Although eorn. auperatltlon ttay J".5f!I developed among them and other Alcnemia" eearch for the Elliir Vltat, yet ther. la "K truth at the bottom of all Alchemy and AW"" gy. They were lmpreaaed with the properii" HERBAL. PREPARATIONS. And found dynamlo and paychologle for th. extract of certain plauta. : w la due to th. rrararcbea of a learned ecWlarJJ1 Europe among th. erchlvteof th. Boaicrac" It ia mad. of TWENTY DIFFERENT HERB Gathered at auch aeaaona of th. year wter Juicea an atrongert and virtue, tinl!. forming a combination unrivalled la t rla merilca. PIPXFAX wd lean enemy to all corroptloBHj ""jSJIlaie fort! Ilea Nature. Ita manner of opera""" Drive ta 1K Batreme P" And through the porea of the HLlblefc emunctorlea of th. body, the bad bumoraj (W moleat it, giving relief even 'n "JTaucka moet refractory and difficult to ; Head Neuralgia, Dyepepale, Coaatipatk "JJ ia ache, Nervoue Wiakneae and BIIIWOPDraJ. pleaaant to the taato. mild In ita action. nlc. oua In ita effect. end unannff ,t ne Deed aa a beverag. to m.lerioue iioe. treliaee miasma and pwvrala fevMJ ""'j.iquor , i . ... ti nraceraena ouiu uj .uee"""' . . u. Tnuif ' dealei a. Depot 40v Front atreet. Ban ra Bi l-aw" etgned. or with SiVll EL at apza-tr DAMS. K- M. COOK. LOST, WAMflS atreet. A auitabl. reward will" .pJ-a Ing th. earn, at the Hacoan odea. A LADY'S GOLD B" Veil' 1 tutiraf ft An wain or " . v,