THE PIOCHE DAILY RECORD.
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lu BiMtnesa omos oi the Piocag Daili
Kstxtaa wiU fcerailr b. m th. ofluy oi H - K.
Brtky.ai A. Conn Bro.'s cigar store, 111 n
stnwt, oppuslt Meadow Valley.
Mr. Lultrell U a Congressman from
California, and bus lately essayed some
take, in whicb, if be is only successful,
be will deserts the thanks of mj good
citizen, and fur merely malting tbe at
tempt deserve tbe highest commenda
tiou. For as matters now stand, en
trenched as all government swindlers are.
behind piles of red tape and the barriers
of the circumlocution offices, and de
fended by shrewd, expert lobbyists and
hired legislators, it takes a man of steady
nerve, thorough integrity and unwaver
iux strength of purpose to withstand tbe
various attacks of the enemy. Some
times the foe is bold and deOant, some
times wheedling and insinuating, and is
rsady to nse any means ol cajolery, no
matter what whether money, a charm
ing feminine face, or official preferment,
It is nf no consequence what the bait is.
When the peculiar temptation is fonnd,
t- which the troublesome inquirer will
Buccumb, it is sure to be forthcoming.
We therefore S!y, that when Lnttrell
attacks and demands investigation in
such well fortified schemes of iniquity as
the Central Pacific Contract and finance
Company, and the present villainous
system of letting mail coutraeU, be bad
need of all his faculties, the clearest self
possession, and uu uufullering, resolute
will, to allow no temptation to divert
him from the path of duty that he had
chosen. As Henry of Navarre said of
his standard bearer, " fall f nil well he
may." Lnttrell may also fail, but if that
failure is not caused by fear of the brag
gart, bullying foe, or yielding to vile
temptations, there will be no disgrace in
the failure. The foe is no contemptible
one, Htrong in place, iu power, in
money; bold and arrogant through con
tinued impunity; flushed with spoils and
with victory, it will make a desperate,
determined resistance when its very cita
del is attacked. It expects no quarter
from tbe public, and therefore hoists the
black flig aud will fight to the death.
Like every other gang of pirates, it
would sooner bury itself and its assail
ants under a common ruin, than yield
an ounce of its plunder or the opportun
ities for continuing its depredations.
Already the paid agents of tbe railroad
monopoly and the mail swindles, nre at
work like hired bravos stabbing the ex
plorer iuto thess hidden but to thom
most profitable mysteries. The H icrii
mento Record, the riaii Francisco Altu,
and viler thin either, the Washington
Chronicle and others, are doiug their
dirty best to ridicule and blackguard the
desired investigation aud its author.
This is n most unwise proceeding on
their part, for it is at once a confession
of the crime and of their inability
to interpose any defense but abuse.
Jitst tbe same course was pursued by
the Washington Chronicle when the Dis
trict of Columbia investigation was
nsked for. Tbut parsonic political acro
bat II irlan, who is trying to perform the
jvonderful feat of serving God, mammon
and the Devil at one and the same time,
put on immense airs. It was a
shame, be said, that such vile charges
should be brought against such highly
respectable, such moral, such good
church members, as Governor Shepherd,
Mayor Cooke, etc Such things ought
not to be permitted, and the memorial
ists (he forgot they included some of the
most reliable and rispecl able people iu
Washington) ought to be ashamed of
themselves, and they and their memorial
ought to be shown the Congressional
door without any ceremony. There
was a good deal more of this kind of
stuff published in the columns of that
paper and other party ha'dts; but mark
the result. Finding the inquiry could
not be stalled off, they wanted to smother
it. That was found not to do, for stern
disapprobation was expressed all over
the country. Next, nobody knew any
thing. Then that dodge was worn out,
for a witness was found who knew
considerable. Aud now the offenders
are on their knees, confessing their de
linquencies and begging for mercy. So
with the mail contracts and the contract
and finance company. Their journals
are barking like a pack of savage curs at
Luttrell's heels (the Washington Chron
icle of course heads the pack), accusing
him of all sorts of baseness, and de
manding that he and bis inquiry shall
be sent to the right about at once. But
this game will not do, any more
than in the District investigation.
It is not as it was three years
ago, when Congress insolently de
nied investigation. Now it does not
dure do it. Ho the bluff game of bully
ing and intimidation will fail. Next
they will try what chicanery and the
smothering process will effect. If that
also fails, then will oomo the old Btory,
confession, an appeal for mercy, and the
necessity of whitewashing the matter as
far as possible, for the good of the party.
What next? Then will oome Luttrell's
most trying ordeal, for all sorts of de
vices will be nsed to lnrs him off tbe
track and allow the matter to quietly
slip into oblivion. But he has com
menced the work, he has put his hand to
the plow, and he must not look back.
Great as is the task, dangerous as is the
path, he has no alternative but to carry
on the war and wage it to its bitter end.
If he falters iu his self-imposed labors,
he will have a worse reputation than the
swindlers he has essayed to expose. Go
ou he must, so let the independent press
of the country do its best to strengthen
his hands by helpful words of cheer, and
by exposing the baseness and corruption
of the hydra-headed monsters that he
has so bravely attceked.
INOHPKNOE-VT CANDIDATE FOR
Vbescctt. JUr 2. H. B. Stephens,
who baa represented Pima county in the
Legislature for thre or four terms, baa
announced himself as an independent
candidate for Congress. The Democratic
Convention, to assemble at Pno?nix next
week, is expected to indorse Stephens.
Independent candidates and Independ
ent journals are being found in every
corner of the land. The people are
worn oat, sickened with tbe hackneyed
professions of politicians. Tbey want
something more, and tbey will have it
too. They will have thorough sweep
ing reform in governmental matters.
Party considerations have ceased to hsve
any value. The people intend to scrutL
nize men and measures closely, and esti
mate theta at their true worth. The
time has gone bv when men can ride into
place on an unm?aning political plat
form, that has no sooner answered its
purpose of deceiving the people, than it
is put away, like other old lumber. This
style of proceeding U about coming to
an end, and candidates for office will
have to depend f ir more on their actual
merits than their affiliation with this or
that party. Aspirants for official posi
tions bad better " moke a note on 't " if
thev wish to succeed.
arRciti, to the nocn Din t aswan.
Yestirhat morning tbe first ax was
struck upon the work of building the
new aebnoner in tbe association's ship
yard. The work is now fairly inaugurat
ed, ond no step will be taken backward,
nor will there be any cessation to Inbor
until the enterprise is completed. Val
ejo, Cal., T.
We nre glad to find that tbe Co-operative
Shipwrights of Vallejo have gone to
work in earnest. If their society is
wisely conducted it may form the nucleus
ol an immense shipbuilding interest ou
this coast. How much better is it for
these men to work together in this man
ner, than to wait for work in the Navy
Yard, aud then sell themselves and their
votes to some jack in office for permis
sion to earn a living.
Givn thk Dkvil His Dcb. Jt is noth
ing but fair to correct every misstate
ment that goes the round of the papers,
no matter if it Helps or hurts. A fchort
time since it was announced that the rate
of freight on fruit cars bound E.ist from
California, had been raised some $100.
Iu consequence of this erroneous state
ment, Superintendent Towne writes to
the San Fraucisco Bulletin, aud says
that the freight is the same this year as
it was last seasou, viz.: $500 per car of
ten tons by freight trains, or $000 per
car by passenger trains.
A. C. Mkkkkii writes to the Stockton
Leader, and says that be has found n
remedy for "curled leaf," that at present
is affecting the peach trees in California,
Meeker says that if the bark of tbe tree
is slit, from the top to the bottom of the
trunk, that the treo will recover and the
fruit will mature.
Two propositions are being earnestly
discussed by the Canadian people. One
is whether n Vice Regal Court shall be
formed, with tho Duke of Edinburgh ns
the Viceroy; the other is whether Can
ada shall be united, politically and finan
cially, with the Home Country.
Thk prequiaites with the Court of
Claims is said to be fat or lean, accord
ing to the character of the Judge. If
Horace Maynard or Richardson Becure
the appointment, we imagine that the
perquisites will be tolerably fat.
Wolfish. Near Guerrytown, Ala., a
man was attacked by a hungry wolfe and
barely escaped with bis life. He gave
his wolfship such a warm reception, that
the latter concluded that he would not
have a man for breakfast.
A pro insist; prospect of cinnabar has
been found in El Dorado oounty, Cal.
Ths municipal election for officers of
the citv government for the ensuing
year is progressing ns we go to preBB.
At 1 o'clock this afternoon the officers of
the polls in the First and Second Wards
took a recess for ono hour. At the hour
named 'Jill votes had been polled in tbe
First Ward out of a registry of 413, ond
in the Second 388 votes out of 713. lu
tbe Third Ward 4GS votes bad been
polled, the number registered being
about 875. About 450 votes were regis
tered in the Fourth Ward, but we were
unable to ascertain the number of votes
polled up to 1 o'clock. The election of
Kaneen for Mayor, Strouse for Treasurer
and Miot for Assessor, all Democrats, is
generally conceded, nnd it is believed
that the contest between Noonan and
Lackey for Chief of Police will be very
close. The crowds about the polls have
been quiet and orderly all day, with the
exception of it little knock-down in tbe .
First Ward. In Gold Hill the town elec
tion is also being held to-day. Tbe
lower ward has bat one ticket in the
field, aud in the upper ward it is be
lieved a new Board of Trustees will be
elected. Virginia Chronicle, 4th.
Foil some time past parties have been
engaged in placer mining in Crown Point
Ravine, Gold Hill, between the old Bow
ers mill and the railroad crossing, aud
we understand that they have been mak
ing as high as fifty dollars per day to tbe
hand, many large "chispas" of gold hav
ing been taken out. At present the par
ties are engaged in couBtructing a flume
down the ravine to carry off tbeir waste
water and thereby prevent damage to tbe
streets and property of that populous
oanyon. Virg. Chronicle.
Doubtful. A man named Phillips,
nicknamed the Bachelor Millionaire, re
cently died a Pittsburgh, and two men
bearing the names of William and Rob
ert B. Hemingray claim the estate, and
assert that tbey are tbe legitimate child
ren ot the so-oalled Baoheloi, This
claim will give the lawyers of the Smoky
City an exceedingly rich crow to pluck.
Hon Charles E. Di Loho has written
a letter to a gentleman in this city, Bay
ing that he would leave New York on the
1st instant for Marysville direct, aud
would return at the earliest possible
moment to Virginia to resume bis resi
dence and the practice of his profession,
Virg. Chronicle, 4.
We suppose that includes office seek
ing as well as the law, for the former has
been his principal business for the last
A colored gentleman name Armstrong
received a ball from a navy revolver in
bis neck. Ed. Davidson, with Barnett
& Bro., didn't propose to stand much
lip from Mr. Armstrong, and, as a gentle
reminder, toot a snot at mm, tnougn not
till Armstrong had made threats againBt
bis life, and shot at him. Davidson gave
himself np and is now out on bail. Arm
strong is in jail. His wound is not as
bad as it might have been. Keno State
A dead Indian was fonnd this morning
in one of the ravines north of Empire
City. Ths body is not decomposed.
Nothing is yet known of tbe cause of his
death, it wb possibly oaused by intern
pe ranee. Carson Tribune, 4.
Nzw Yobk, May 8. The steamship
Pennsylvania has arriveJ from Glasgow,
and reports falling in, April 29th, in lati
tude 53 51, long. 24 3S, with tbe Anchor
Line steamer Ethiopia, with her miin
shaft broken. The Pennsylvania tovk
ninety-tight of her passengers, and tbe
Ethiopia proceeded eastward nnder sail.
Washisgtox, My 8. Arseue Gernnlt,
Professor of Mathematics in the United
States Naval School, died at New Bruns
wick on the 2d inst. He bad been in the
Navy since 1815, but recently retired.
Governor Shepherd's cross-examina.
tion by the District Investigation Com'
mittee was continued, but nothing new
w.a elicited, and the Committee ed-
iourned until Monday.
Tbe Cabinet was in session nearly two
hours to-day. and considered tbe Ar
kansas onestion. and reached no con
The dtcision of the Supreme Court in
fiivor of Brooks i6 iu such direct contra
diction to its previous decision, that the
Legislature had exclusive control of the
question, augmeuts the difficulty of the
general Government iu solving tbe mat
ter, ond great surprise at 6nch a decision
is expressed by the Cabinet. There may
be some decision to-morrow, but the
attorneys of the parties ore continually
presenting new points of arguments, and
it is not certain that a decision will be
reached. A Cabinet officer said this
afternoon that the Government was
heartily tired of the controversy. When
tho decision is ma le, a proclamation will
be issued, which, all will understand
must Buttle the question.
Little Rock, May 8. The party of
Brooks' men who intercepted tin
steamer Halleck, which started with
souad of Baxter's men, captured the
steamer aud brought her here. Tin
Baxter men who were on the steamer
escaped, and Brooks to-night Bent
squad in pursuit of them, while Baxter
in turn sent a squad of cavalry in pur
suit of Brooks' men. A large number of
the members of the Legislature ore al
ready here, and there seems little doubt
but there will be u quorum here on Mon
day, if their meeting is not prevented by
St. Lorn, May 8. A Democrat spec
ial Bays Brooks' party fired on the Hal
leck, after having ordered her to stop,
and received two volleys iu return.
Washington, May 8. At an adjourned
meeting of the Republican Senatorial
Caucus this afternoon, there was a long
discussion on the pending civil rights
bill, with a view of making it acceptable
to all niemberB of the majority by some
modification of its provisions. No defi
nite conclusion was reached, but it is
I believed action will be taken ot another
caucus to provide for such a compromise.
The bill will clearly admit of separate
schools being provided for white and
colored children, also for separate ac
commodations by inn keepers, hotel
proprietors, etc., on condition that equal
advautoges nre secured to all parties.
Cincinnati, May 8. The Mayor issued
a proclamation to-day, urging subscrip
tions to be made for tbe relief of the des
titute people of Louisiana.
Chahlhston, S. C, May 9. A peti
tion is filed in the U. S. Circuit Court
for the involuntary bankruptcy of Gov
ernor Moses, and an injunction is grant
ed restraining tho Sheriff of Richmond
county from seizing and Belling his ef
fects until the further order of the Court.
The debts of the Governor in excess of
bis assets ore currently stated to be over
Boston, May U. C. G. Gott has sued
the Herald for libel, claiming $30,000
damages. The alleged libel is contained
in articles relative to the Cardiff Giant.
Tbe defendant c'aims the charges are
authentic, and that their publication was
Washington, May 8. Bill Kelly, col
ored, was banged hero to-day, in the
presence of fully 10,000 people, for o
rape on a white woman, committed two ;
years ago. A Btampede occurred caused j
I by a runaway horse, and a number ol i
people were injured. Kelly died protest
ing his innocence. I
Cnit'Aoo, May 8. A Little Rock
special Bays a detachment of Brooks'
men were sent out this morning to in
tercept a party of Baxter's, who bad
started up the river to capture a party
bringing arms to Brooks. They iutur
cepted the steamer with the Baxter party
and a fight ensued, in which three Bax-
teriteB were killed, one of Brooks' waB
mortally wounded and one Blightly
A Washington special says the General
Government will take uo actiou in the
Arkansas matter until nfter the meeting
of the Legislature on Monday next.
New Yobk, May 8. At a meeting of
Democrats from all parts of the country,
in tbe rooms of tbe Manhattan Club last
night, Augustus Schell, who presided,
stated the object of the meeting in the
following address: " This welcome occa
sion is one of great interest to ns, to our
city, our State and our couutry. We
have met together once more. Wo feel
that the great Democratic principles of
our government are recognized through
out the 'country. The reoent elections
bring to our minds the condition of cur
country twenty years ago, when the
Democratic party was in the full tide of
successful experiment, when our govern
ment was ably ooodncted by men of
character and integrity. We are happy
to meet you on this occasion to join with
ns in celebrating this return to those
great principles, and we ore satisfied
that before another Presidential election
shall have passed we shall not only be
represented in the States, bat in the
Presidential chair, by a Democrat of vir
tne and ability."
Nkw Yobk, May 9. The Catholic I'ii
grims to Rome leaves here in the
steamer Pereire on Saturday next. One
hundred pilgrims compose the party
including twenty-five clergymen, with
BiBbop Doynger. of Ft. Wnvne di-...
A Havana letter says the court-martials
I are doing wholesale work in various
! parts of the island; condemning people
accused of treason to death, perpetual
mprisonmect in the chain-gang, etc.
Frederick Dockerv, the American, was
token from Xenvitas, April 24, to prison
at Puerto Principe, as Neuvitas was in
danger of capture by tue insnrgents.
The approval of Concha's decree in re
gard to finances has arrived from Spain,
the decision having been hastened Dy
Coneha s threat to resign unless tbe de
cree was approved.
i ore XJZEO
JVOR SAIX Bl
Sab Fbaxcisco, May 9 -Lawrence A.
Redincton et al.. obtained judgment yes
terday in the Nineteenth District Court
against A. P. S. Lanford for 5103,710.
on a promissory note.
Dr. Samuel Meriitt hut lrongui
suit iu the Third Ltistrici -ouri
against his partner in the Grand Central
Hotel, Oakland, Captain P. K. "cos.
for $7,080, claimed as balance due on
account for lumber and other materials
used in tbe construction of that hotel,
Wilcox's interest in the furniture in the
hotel, and bis stock in the Oakland
Bank of Savings have len attached.
An investigation is in progress into the
difficulties of the police department otn
cers. Rogers and Lindhiuier nro charged
with having acctpted money ond jewelry
from prostitutes not to raid on their
London, May 8. At New Market to
day, ths 1,000 stakes was won by
YVillium T".n0pnp. Duke of Wirtenburg
married yesterday tbe Russian Grand
Duchess Jen Cnnstantinovna.
Qoebec, May 8. 'ihe breaking up of an
ice bridge, caused an untiaralleled disas
ter anionc the shioniun. A number of
steamships have been crushed, several
loaded schooners sunk and water logged
Th losses will he heavy, the vessels be.
inc only insured aoamst fire. It is 30
years since an ice bridge remained so
Ottawa, Mov 8. Mackinzie, Minister
of Public Works, moved to-day that the
House go into Committee of tbe Whole
on Tuesday next, to consider tbe new act
for the constrnctiou of the Canadian Pa
cific Hallway. The scheme proposes to
reserve the right to construct ana ope
rate the road as a government work, or to
let it out to private contractors. The
subsidies in that event for any section
not to exceed 10,000 to 20,000 oeres of
land per mile, with a guarantee of the
bonds nt 4 per cent, upon the price.
Madrid. Mav 8. liilboa is completely
evactuated. The population burned the
houses of several prominent Carlists.
Conchas' forces are still at Bilboa await
ing supplies. Tb Carlists are returning
in strong force to the north bank of the
It is probable Unit Topoz Domiugnez
will be appointed Minister of War. In
reply to an address presented bim by
Senor Becerra, Minister of Agriculture,
Marshall Serrano slated that be wished
a week's delay to dtlil'erate on the po
Serrano, Castcllar, Seabatn nnd Ad
miral Toopethe are mentioned as being
, selected to form a new ministry.
Cabson City is getting back again to
its normal condition, viz., a beautiful
rural town. Carson Tribune.
HAMS AND J3AUU,
And s Fall Assortment of
WlMlrulr al Retail.
Daily Stage Line,
AND U ALT -DAILY t ROM
HAMILTON TO ROBIXKON AND
AM) TRIWEEKLY FROM
HAMILTON TO JDHEBEY CBEEK.
TBAVIS & CO., Proprietors.
CtABBYlKG C. 8. MAIL AND WELLS, FAB.
UO CO.'S ElPBiSS.
The Hire Unn newly Stocked
A Car Load
"REST GOAL OIL
mm le.ve Pioche Dally St A. M.. making
cloee connection with Baiiro.d Stage Irom Ham-
KD FOR SALE LOW BY
111. r i ,1..
MRS. B. SMART,
un or sax rnANci''f,
In t!ie Utet nl Mot Fa-iUlonable Style, ind
ClAUAXTEED TO KIT.
Flour, GraiB, & General Merchaiiilise,
toano (C.P.K.B.) nevaoa!
t.ui uecttiv ana crwara Freight to
Ml Parts of Eastern Nevada
XXTITH DISPATCH AND AT hOVSlm
t Going Kstes. Mirk Goods
Care F. F. Marx, Teana, Nevada.
JAS. CEOJfAN, Agent at Pioche.
SOUTHERN STACE LINE
SALT LAKE CITY.
GILMLR SALISBUEY, Proprietor.'
alABBYINO V. B. MAIL, AND WELLS, FAB-
OU CO.'H EiTKiBM Tl
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
CRYSTAL ICE DEPOT,
Four doors abovt. J. J. IlaliliT Uard
ware Slore. JlalnSI., Piothf, Nt.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID
TO SUPPLYING i'AMlLliiS:
ice Delivered to any
ALI, OKlEHS PROMPTLV
A. E. ARNOLD,
Wttta Branch Lins from
Rivrmlda to Norlb Star, MinrraTll):
Itravvi, Pironin and fit, George.
BtReBlcyelUniitdyiit 6 A. M.
Oflira at Wells, Fargo ii Co. s.
RECULAR FREICHT LINE
PALISADE, via EUEEKA to
W. I PRITCHARD, Prop'r.
Time frcm 10 to 14 Eays.
Mark goods care of Fritcbsril, Pslindt.
G. R. ALEXANDER,
Druggist and Apothecary.
-EKl'S roNBTANTI.Y OH HAND A I.AllOE
I. lut if
X'OTH'i: IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ViE
i this dny sold to T. C. EMEHSON the
hiisinffiti, accounts and effects of the late firm
of llueiiK r & Seller.
FRANK K MELOVICH,
m.TlO.lf AJJGELO BL.8SICK.
Pure Dfup, Medicines,
Chemicals, Perfumery, Soaps,
All Toilet Articles,
LOWEST POSSIBLE PBICE.
Flot-lie opposite IaHcour Nt
Iiifiromar ftUve Mining Company
Lutution t,f Principal Piece of iitibiitCr(
Sim Frint iwo, California. Locution of
works, Ely Mining District, Lincoln county,
Novadn. Notice In hereby given that
ot a nit f ting of the Board of Directors, held on
the 'tli dny of May, 1874, an assessment (No.
1 oi Tuerity tive Cents per share was levied
upon t lie cubital stock of suid corporation,
payable immediately, in United BtattB gold
ruin, tn tlie Secretary, at tlio office of the
C'napany, Harvard's" Building, 413 Calilomia
stmet, han Francisco, California.
Any stuck upon which this RFHessment shall
rcTiihiii unpaid on the 10 tU day of -lune,
Iti'i, will be delinquent, and advertised (or
at public auction, and unit' us puyment
id matle before, will be soid on Thursday,
the '.',1 day uf July, 1874, to pay the delinquent
tiBsoiiBuif ut, together with cost of advertising
and expends of sale.
CHAS. 8. REAL, SocrcUrv.
Oilier: Room 23 Hayward's Buldins, 410 Cali
fornia fiip-.t, Ban Francisco, California.
CHAS. STEIN & CO.,
!IA!N STREET, PIOCHE, NEVADA,
Wholesale and Eetnil Dealers
LIQUORS & CIGARS.
Promptly attended to.
L. LIYlNUBTuN, ISAAC LEVY. A P. WILLIAMS.
LIVINGSTON & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers fn
WINES & LIQUORS,
S20 & 222 CALIFORNIA STREET,
Dclwn Battery and Front, Ban Frtnriaco.
Sole Agents for the Pacific Coast for
AAA 01,1 Valley, Old It, C. L. Mills, aud Pride
of Kentucky Whiskies
Important to Farmers
ALL PERSOSS WHO WISH TO RAISE THE
largest and beat
In tlita world should ud Tvrtnty-five Cents lor
one package ol imported
Alsatian Cabbage Seed.
CabbaRea of the finest quality and weighing
upwards of 60 pounds, may be raiofd in any
part of tbe t'nited Btates from these seed.
Kach pncliape, containiiiu an ounce, will be sent,
free of postage, to any address, on receipt of the
price, is centa each, or live packages for one
dollar. Full directions how and when to plaut
accompany each package. Address
M. M. HKYSAL,
apiS.Ct SO Amity street, New York City.
Receipt" and Payment! of the Treaturer of
Lincoln County for the
Tliroe Months Ending March 31, 1N74.
Balance frrm last Qnarter 129,763 SS
liistnbutcd in the lollowing rm 08:
tate Fund J.25 86
SichiK.l Fund 6,611 86
(ien'l County Fund 1.510 07
lndiuent Sick Fund '207 39
Contingent Fund 9:i. 01
Kuil'ling Fund 146 81
Interest Fund 16,044 15
Fire Fund 134 54 .
Judge's Salary Fund 3f5 29
Treasurer a balarv ruud l.tftill 21
Receipts fnr the past Quarter 117,846 W
licrived from the fallowing auurcea:
Assessment Knll 1R7'2 f IB" 65
Assessment ltoll 1873 74
Mining Tal, 4th quarter 1873. .8.110 8
County Licenses 2W7 85
(laming Licenses 1.7(H) 00
Justice's Court Fines 13 0O
Docket Tax 45 00
Apportioned aa fellows:
Mote Fund 14,840 1 9
School Fund .954 47
(ienelnl Fund 6.4V6 00
Indigent fcick Fund -976 35
Contingent Fund -976 35
Building Fund I,6v7 27
Interest Fund 1,353 84
Fire Fund -197 36
Judge's fcalarv Fund 43 20
Treasurer's Salary Fund -481 95
During tbe past Quarter the following
transfers were made:
From the Mute to the School Fund,
per Controller's warrant fl.hl? 29
Fr"in the Tnasurer'B halary to 1i6
Judae's Salary Fund 614 71
And to the building Fund 447 50
By order of the County County Com
missioners, January 5, 1874.
From the Building to the General
County Fund 1,688 08
Bvnroerof the County Commission
'ra, March 30, 1874.
No Fciwardiug Charge by Thii
Ol7.ce, Corner of Pioche and Field fits
FJIASK C. MlNSHt'LL, Agent.
CITY MEAT MARKET.
First door above Halpln'i Hardware Stow,
MAIN STREET, N0CHE, NEVADA.
GUSSAN, BISHOP & CO.
J opened, and is titled up in first-clsss st)lt.
MKSSliS. KL.Y & P1QUA
ri'AKE I'LHASl'IlE JN ANNOUNCING THAT
X ' 'l'iisdoy. JlHy 51 h, tlity will re-nl-en
tLcir ItatmuK Academy at Hanky's Hall,
Mt'fltlow Valley street.
CLAfcSJ'.s for Ladies and Gentlemen mi
Tuendny and Thursday alternoonB, from 2 to
Latin admitted free of charge. my3tf
MARKET HAH JTfeT BIIH
Viith ever? thing cruvtuitnt and necessary.
FRESH, SALT UNO CRIED KEATS
Of all ltlnda, and always th very btrt tb
country aflorda; Mich aa
Sausage of all Kinds.
The Proprietora will do their beat to plcaat
and aatiafy all ciibU.mera.
Rendeied Tallow for Mills and tim
All orders delivered free of charge, andfiar ,
i!y custom aoliclted.
GIVE IS A CALL I
Payments during the Quarter fiW.OOB 70
From the following Funds:
State Funrl $Pflfi 8
School Fund W
General Fund 8,188 lu
Indigent Hick Fund 1.14a 8f
Contingent Fund 1,795 61
Building Fund 632 00
Interest Fund . 14,781 t8
Fire Fund alO 00
Judge's Salary Fund 1,000 00
Tr usurer s Salary Fund .460 00
Cabh Balance January 31, 1874
Kect'iptB during the pabt Quarter. ,
Total 147,610 67
Payments during the pat Quarter.. .33,009 70
Balance cn hand March 31, 1874. ...$14,600 87
Distributed in the following Funds:
Ktate Fund , $G,U42 P8
School Fund 4,3il VI
General Fund 1.40C 05
Contingent Fund 116 75
Indigent Sick Fund 40 39
Fire Fund 21 00
Interest Fund 1X06 33
Judge's Sidary Fund 43 20
Treasurer's balnry Fund 9U1 i5
Statement of Liabilities.
Funded Debt $181,000 00
Liable to be Funded 783 10
Floating Debt 36,1.60 60
Main St., Opposite Lacour
Is 1ha Plara to Bay
Tbe Best and Cheapest
7r" IN PIOC1IK.
Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork,
SAUSAGES AND SAUSAGE MAT.
Dou't fort tha place.
ABACI k W0-
LeaeCaah In different County Fundi.... 8,65 8 HI
SHEA, SOCaVERAZ & McKEE
(SuccKsaoM TO SULLIVAN ft CA8HMAN,)
Importers and Jobbers of
WINES AND LIQUORS.
tOLC AGENTS FOB
OcliUn and Tf a. Kettle Bourbon
Cor. ITont and Jackson Ms., SAN FltAKOlSCO.
VOTICF, IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT W. C.
y OLISSAN and A. O. BISHOP have thia day
lmrchaRrd of Kaior Peck his tnterrat in the
Ci'y Meat Market In Pioche, and alo hla Inter
est in the City Meat Market in Bullionville.
hnth of Lincoln county, Nevada, and the said
bmineas will hen after be conducted in the said
towns under the ana, name and ntTle of
GUSSAN, BISHOP CO.
Pioche, April 20, 1874. ap21-tf
A SMALL RANCH
"V7-EIX ADAPTED FOB. VEGETABLES AND
V nDurpapd aa a Chicken Banco, two
frni Iry Valley; or would take a partner.
Ihe best opportunity In the country to make
big money. Inquire at the atom in Dry Valley.
MR L. BACH RESPECTFULLY AN NOUN
rep that on Monday next, May 4th, at
isn.wn'B Hall, he will open new claseea for be.
tjinnert). They will be arranged aa follow:
For Oemlemen, Mondays and Thuradnya, 1 to
3 p. in; niso from 7 to $ p. m.
I'ut Ladies, ihe game days from 2 to 4 p. m.
1'iartisiug nigh ttt for advanced arholtirs, b"tta
ladieH and gentlemen. Monday b and 'I hurada;a
irom h to 10 p. m.
ThoRe who desire admisRion on praetiainR
niplitH, but who are not scholars, will pav a lec
of il DO. iuv2-lm
Thompson k mm,
M' KSSORS TO A. C. GORDON,
1MPOUTKKS AND WHOLESALr
Wines, Liquors fc Cigars
Fire-Proof Building, La
Next Door north of the Postoffioe,
PIOCHB ..... NEVADA.
Goods TakeiMin Storage.
1H CONNECTION WITH THK ABOVE A
In attached, where nothing but fin Liqaora
selected from the above stock will be dispensed,
which will be presided over by Mr. IN. McAL-
mi vm, woo wiu oe giaa vo iee nil oia irienas.
ALL TRIAL JURORS
I'NTIL, TVESDAV, MAY
P. B. MILLER, Clerk.
JACOBS fc SULTAN,
Pioche & Bullionvllle.
Wbolxsau ahs Brail Deaubs in
GENERAL MERCHANDISE, ETC.
Particular stuntion paid to
TV. n HENDKRBON, Co. Auditor.
JOHN BOEDER. I o. Treaaurpr.
Pioche, Lincoln County, Nev., April 18, 1B74.
Produce, Groceries and Provisions.
Lower Main street, Pioche. js8-tf
flliosile Qulllnn & rfc"s'i
JHcadow Valley St.,
WINES' & MOHTGOMEBT, Prop'rt.
ARE NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH MIF,
POHK and MV1TON to Ihnr MlwM.
cheaper than the cheapest. We dur, t Ml l
cattle, therefore the peovleill tojltto'j"
advantage to prtronito the People's
PORK SAt SAGE,
J lit urn, u..l, J Hi .
and Mining purposes, conatantly on nana.
Miners ana 4arnii; uubiciii
We are In the field to stay, snd do bwlM 19
the Square. -
The Annn.l 111 ..!.. .... t...-,.
holdersof the Pioche Kilver Mining Company,
for the election of Trustees, snd such other
busineaa aa niav nronerlv nnip heftm th. ,.-
ins, will be held on MONDAY, M. y 4, 1874, at 2
o'clock p. ra., at the office of the Company,
Room 59 Harvard's Building, 419 California
-i.wi, n.u xrrncisco, I'amnrma. Transfer
booka closed on the lat da, of Mav, at 5 o'clock
p. m., and remain closed until s'fter the meet-
J uiueroi ne iniaiees.
sp23.td CHAS. IS. ELLIOT, Secretsry.
Dissolution of Copart
THB COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX
isting b.tween A. M. Shields snd T. C. Pou,
' m J 'i1' diaaolwd by mutusl consent.
,i j L 'JAllE '"bcreby authorised to collect
tl i it Ue Md ,0 I"' ,u demauda against
A. M. flHIELIlg,
. u . . T . POLJADE.
Pioche, Nev., April 8, 1874.
Ths business will hereafter be conducted, as
T. C. POTJJADE.
pHECK NO. 14.6S8. DRAWN BY D. M. TYR.
reu, uenoral Superintendent, on the
iuv.uuw .aiiey mining ccmpaLy, in favor ot T,
rj,. i Ior ww-3 sna dated March 31
18,4. All Persons sre forbidden tn neonll.t. It
ss the ssme has been lost and payment stopped!
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX.
iattng between A. Msndich and Nicanor B,
hOflrigues is thia day diasoled bv mutual con.
sent. Heresfter the business will be conducted
by A MANUICH, who will psy sll debts due by
the concern, snd collect sad receipt for all
moneys aue us up 10 oaie.
NICANOR B. RODR10UE8.
Pioche, llay 1, 1S74. aiys-lm
The beat quality of Rendered Tallow, I
lHE ROBICRTJC1AK WIRE A SECT ' Oi
1 Phlloaophers who fionrlahed JJJrf
during the seventeenth century, "dJJ5i ,i
r,Tf,.., M..n-l.. it,tn Natural Bcitme.
Occult Philotopby, and sought to discovert
ELIXIR OF UVlu
Althonph some superstition ? J5j?2
developed smong thtm snd other i"'y"116t
sesrch for the. Elliir Vl!, yet there ,.1'1i0(k
. . v . . . -ii . icli, niv ass A"1
ty. Thej were impressed with the projrll
nrnail. Tin VTA RATION.
And found dvnamle and psychologic lor"
the extract ol certain plants.
Is due to the resesrrhes of J"nllncUw'
Europe among the archives ol the Hosic
It is msde ol
TWENTY DIFFERENT B6""
Gathered at snch sessons ol the JSSm),
Juices sre strongest snd vl " a'matf
forming s combination unrivalled m w
Issn enemy to all corruption-It
forUfles Nature. IU msnner of operao
Drtwa to tha Kit rente PM" rf
And through ths pores of th '
emunctories of the body, the bsd bni f ,w
molest it, giving relief even in ,rin
moBt refractory snd difficult to i"" , Hrti
Nenralgla, Dyspepsia, Constips Jl"; It"
sche, Nervous TVessness snd 'UX,, r
piesssni io me aaie, - a al a te-
ous in its efTectssnd vW"?,SJcun'
Used as s beverage in maUnou""1", .
trslires miasma snd prevents fevei sM
Sold by all Dmggisis, "-A- frasi
dealei s. Depot 4IM Front street. Ban
A LADY'S GOLD "CK "T,1M
A BRA CI LET, on Msin or ""ifj by
street. A anltsble rewsrd will Is ps- ipJjt
lng tks aama at the Kacoas oc.
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