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THE PIOCHE DAILY RECORD.
.AVOUMT 10, IMA, LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS ASD DEPABTOHES ABBIVALB. ' 1V TAAVIS 0W.1S AartLIO UKS: Bishop Whitaker Loalt Sbsrn DKPABTCKKo. t iun k es.1 buicii.to uvt: Ed Branaa Died. We eineerely regret to hT to inDonnoe the death of E, L. Mason, who di-d Jesterd afternoon from the effect of a oolii which settled on hie nug, d io "P'1 ctr anl atten tion, caused bi death. Ur. Maeon hwl Imo on thie ooast for many yean, and bad mads boeU of attached friend. In bis proleMion aa a civil and mining en gioeer, be stood in the front rank, and bad been employed io a great nnmber of tbe beaTieet nit that hare taken place on tbe coast, especially at Virginia, Ham ilton, Treasure Hill, Salt Lake City and many otbet localitie. Hi- was also dur ing Ibe yara 1871 and 1872, snrvejor of thie county. Mr. Maeon waa born in Virginia, and we believe waa a near eon section of John M. Uaeon of that State. He accompanied General Johnston in the expedition directed against the Hor mone, and upon the retain of tbe army came to California, where he remained nntil tbe discovery of the Coinstock, ben be eettled at Virginia City, where hisservioes were greatly m requ-at in tbe practice of bie profawion. He alter- wards visitea nnite rine and niany other place in Nevada, and Utah, an I invariably won the confidence, esteem and respect of all who knew him, among whom we are glad to sav was ourself. and it is with unfeigned sorrow we have to record the death of a true friend, an bonesl man and an accomplished gentle man. A Oood Wok. Some few months since an old friend, W. F. Gorman, di d in California, leaving his lady and tbrre young children. Ur. Oorman had be fore hie death been a martyr to chronic rheumatism, and in consequence left bis family illy provided for. Binoe then, in the last few days, it has pleased Provi dene to deprive the children of a tender and affectionate mother. In view of their bereaved condition, the Pioche Minstrels, like kind-hearted gentlemen as tbey are, have concluded to pive one oi tneir entertainments at Hartley's Hall for the purpose of raising fnnds to assist in sending the obildren to school. We are sure that oar benevolent oitizeo will respond readily to this appeal. . That which ia given to the oipban will never be missed. Tbe entertainment given by the Minstrel are always excellent, and on the present occasion tbey intend to do their very best. We hope nay, we are sure that a great number of tickets will be sold, and that there will be an overflowing house. Mas. TtTBOoosc, proprietress of the Capitol Restaurant, will this evening give a Calioo Fancy Dreased B ill, at the restaurant building on Ltoour street. Jndtt Fuller, and a number of promin ent gentlemeu of the town, form tbe in vitation committee, and every effort will be made to promote the comfort and con venience of the company. First-class musio has been provided and the floor ia as neat as a pin and smooth a glass. Among the attraction provided will be an exceedingly moe and tasteful supper, which will be served in excellent style, and comprise many delicaoiea. We hope to see Mrs. Targnose' moms crowed with company as sbe well merits tbe compliment and patronage. We de sire to acknowledge tbe receipt of com plimentary tiokets, of which w shall certainly avail ourselves. BoTTTLM when filled are sometimes dangerous, and when they are broken are nasty thing to step upon. We notio that tbe folks have a bad habit of throwing broken glass in tbe roadway, which may easily cause the ruining of a valuable horse. The other dav we saw a bad accid-nt eana-d by a broken bottle thrown nut in this careless manner. A child aboni fmr year old fell on one and aev-rely out it hands anl arm. When pieked up it waa Ideeding profuse ly, tbonuh luckily tbe cuts were snperA cial. This occurrence sbonld, however. act as a warning to all to throw articles of tbts kind in by-place. Bkiiitit Cokomt. Th Pioche Min strel will on Monday evening, tbe 17th instant, give a grand entertainment at Hanley's Hall for "the benefit of the orphan children of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gormnn. Tbe proceeds will be devoted to the purpose of assisting to defray th expenses of sending tbe child ren to ohool. aul2-td Toll Collins. This confounded fel low is like tbe Irishman's flea now you've got, him, and then again yon haven't. Collin waa supposed to want a trunk taken somewhere the other night, but both man and trunk seemed to be Don oomatibus, Notiob. There will be a meeting of the Flipmagilder at the Comet Saloon, Main street, Pioche, at Y, o'clock this Thursday evening, where the politic of the day will be thorongbly discussed. By order of the President. Tom Collins. Secretary, Juno PoLUtaif. Boluob SarpjrtNT Wells, Fargo & Co. shipped yesterday bullion amounting to f 1,604.07. Ms. Wbtland, desiring to close up bar bo.sin.es sod leave tor ths East, wishes to notify her friend and patrons that sb will sell ber large stock of goods very cheap for oaab. All mast be sold in thirty day. Give her a osll. Jj9tl M. Levin inatrnot thoroughly on pianoforte. Instructions given at pri vate residences, or on his own piano at th Ban loss Hons. jy-16 Brooklyn Cock-tails, Havana cigars On Frio I OueBitM Panaoa Saloon, Laoonr street. Go to Alixandrb', Main street, op posite Laoonr, for your drugs. myltf NEWS) BV MAIL. Chablotts, N. C, Aug. 7. Th indl rations sr tbat th Btote ha gone Dem oeratin hv not leaa than 30.000. The Legislature is largely composed of Democrat. There I ranch enthusiasm bare among tho Democrats. Mobim. Ala., Augosi 7.-Tbere is well nntli.ntlr.atfr rumor faarrent of s neuro npriainv in Clarke connty in tbis State. The object is to overoome tbe Whites by force of stms, ana iou m in a anmm.ra manner the nromised pro visions of the Civil Bights bill. ; Meet ings are beiug held oy tne wuuoa, maaanM. . n,.bu.lins riisfinaned. CainAon. Anonat 10 -Tbe New York correspondent ot the Tribune aeods the f nllnlnn wnniit nf an intervii-w be bail, on Hunriav oiaht, with Theodore Tiltoo: R. u . .eA.nt that Tiltnn has foundation for all the statement he haa Bade, and believe Beecher was a ser- . uru.cu u aim iui mere u no more Irnth in tbe scaodaiona about hi. life. He pabltsbed iu the Uulaeo A tan biography of Woodhall wlilcb tin written bv I .i..l Ri published it to keep ber from ,jino to i i.. 01 noonebiild sbame. Tba eorrtSDotident ...... euage Hum and obtained t !'i!e"r",,'tP-'btweeoTiKo -uuuiewue prior to and after his die-I 7"' . " aliened improper relations 'v " nouer. lb abow tbe tetidereet afF. tinn t.1- .. , d- - uaq UU Mill ei p reverence for ber husband and con- umou on ner part. Mr. Moolton said to tbe correspondent: l'ilt.,a . uauie man, never having flinched or ore. ...u m, sugaiion; ah le n--ecner haa min-iip.-ar.t I.... and trampled TilUio into the mir. " Ibeoorrespiindeuteay ih.t Moulton'e "" ""l will show by Mr. Tiltoo' iwn l-ttera that eb waa not avers to beiug ruiued. and that Ueecber' apology was the work of Moulton and bwattur- uej, on wnom He relied, and waned bv himself. Attacks on th District of Columbia morSenS vniuimiauoners are not deereaaiiis expenses nor aboliehing th abase oom- piaioea oi when tbe Board ol Public nor as was in power. The Examining Board meet Beptem ber 15 to examine the Weat Point at- wbo hare been selected for appoint- uicut aa oeouuu uienienants. Tbe Washington Postofflc Depart, ment has under oouideratioo a caw wnere a Washington manntacturer of rostomce snppliee, who ia a pnatal journal, tie., sent copies of bis paper aiiTerusing nearly all tbe Post- I master inib Cuitd Ktate taking th publisher' oath, aa ream red bv a repent act of Congress. In addition to this he inclosed a small circular, 2x4, in beets, to Postmaster reoeivins hi nnen. etc.. sending them into the Department with the aasuranee that they an not ub- scrioers. xne penalties are: First Un letter postage, and f 5 on each paper con taining a circular. Second A fin of Vau on each paper mailed to other thau bona fide subscribers. Third Fifty dollar for each offense for swearing wisely iu eacu list. Sunday morning was ushered in st rather a lively pace. Early in the morn ing the cheerful musio of tbe six-shooter resounded through the streets, and those who bad gone to bed at seasonable hour confidently eipected to find a man for breakfast on arising. Tn first rumpus occurred at about 3 o'clock, in which s man orazed with liquor commenced dis charging hi revolver in th sir on Bnel street, near Clark. A rush to see who was killed ensued, but no one seemed to know anything about the affair. Hardly had tbi excitement been anelled than another difficulty arose in a hurdy-bouse oetween "Dutcnjoe and another party. the former being boisterous. Pistols were dnwned and on shot fired, when offioer Uooney arrived and endeavored to erf- ot an arr at. " Dutch Joe" re sisted th arrest, and with bis pistol ready for use, took to his heels, closely followed by th officer, wbo fired three snots st blm, none of which took effect. While rnnnins ud Main and Clark street Joe iliac bar Ked bia pistol once or twice, boldinK it io front of biiu. to the imminent (tanner of those congremted on the sidewalk. Wnen opposite tbe Eureka uotei ne Mumbled and fell to tbe grouud, leading many to believ he had oeen snot, lie waa nnally secured and lodged in ). ISareka Sentinel, lltn. Drum the month of Jnlv last neat Wells, Faron k Co. shinned from tbi city 1. 422.790. 13, about f 300.000 less than for the month of June, tba falling off being attributable to tbe closing down ot the Belch-r and Crown Point mines for a few days during th last month. L irg. independent, 7ib. On Thursday last tbe stable of J. M. Dorsey, in Lamoille Valley, were de stroyed by fir. Four horse, two sets of bsrneas and various other article around a farm were consumed, entailinir a loss of $750. Great ex. rtion waa required to aave tbe family residenoe. ko Inde pendent, Bin. Ws were somewhat surprised to read an annnunoemant in th Eur- ka Senti nel tbal A. '. Cleveland, late Republi can mate Henatoi Irora ibis e mnty. bad declared himself as a can tnlate for U i gresa. We oan scarcely beli-ye that encb can be tbe case, and shill await furtbet development.-w. P. News, 8. Drum fiBRRirv Spires, who returned this alteruoon from a trip to Reese Biver, r ports that he never beheld finer crop than are now Doing Darvesteo in tbat locality. He say the yield ind quality of Ibe grain is astonishing to a Dlaat metropolitan.- Austin aeveuie.iiu. From Wells, Fargo t Co.' agent at Mineral Hill we learn that during the month of July he shipped $20,000 in bullion, beiun the heaviest shipment made during the past 18 month. UJko Independent, btb. Jobn Cassidt, tbe small-pox patient at tbe neat bouse, died on Sunday eveninu. His case waa looked noon a s bad one. but bis demise unexpected, it being hoped tbat he would survive the attack. Eureka Hentinel, lltb. MAN ritANCtaCO S-niB REPORT. - Sam Fbamcibco, Aagust 13. Sbabas. mokninu ulbi. loss Opblr-MIt MHslO MS llb30 ) 160 Oonld k Cnrrr II 17( 17T4 1M Savige-SIH ISH UH US 91S Cbollar PotostSlaW 11 51 H 5J 10 Hale A Noesieaa 41 4S0 Crown Point t9 TO 7030 I U Tallow Jacket TO 6 (Sal lano Imperial TH TS 6 JO Bmplre Mill 7 s Tsl 8 Kataot-19ti U ITS aloba-llk lltl 19M0 m Belcher S3 UD SSH 3 Wi UMaM SIM S3 RIO Confidence 11 H 11 V 107 Ooa Virginia 75H TS UH T4 76 H 480 overman m ran an a u 170 Julia 1 110 Oaledonl MsSO 13U SO Kniclurbocksr 4le sal 400 Globe-lit l)b 6H0 Baltimore Con 7 7 It 70 Bacon 3 H 60 Ctab SH 8 400 OalifornU 38K 3tH 10 Silver BIU-SM ens Eclipse sl t'4 300 Dardanella 11 10 Bock Island 1 90 Dayton SH i. 100 Koasntb 1 900 Leo 1 600 Wood vllle 3 3b30 800 Bouts Overman Wo -9(10 Andes 750 90 Tyler SOo 875 N Y Con iH . AFTERNOON BALES. SMMeadowVallev TH T4 St Hevmond a Ely-It 14 14 . TS Enrrka Cos 19 IS Amerlean Flag Vt " 60 Washing-ton A Creole 61 Ho 900 Page A Panaoa 8e 100 Intonar 90e lion &t- m HM04J 4H 991 N.erk-Ilt inloos-a 100 Muultur ( Belrooat 1 1 14 ISM Cherry Onek-9 S IS afcbJOJS 910 Bellevne 7 He 150 , , SO St Patrlrk-SIK) 0o Mi Oolden Obarliit I IbtO (50 Ida Ellmore-S7 Ho 1 100 Mabogony 3sS too South Chariot b8"i 190 Empire (Idabol- IU 1H 11 5 Red Jacket IK BO Silver Cbord H SS5Caltorla-Mt3!lblO - HO Save- eil 954 BalrJaar-43 H 63 1b5 S3 M t e,iUTrnian- , . OOOpblr-31 le 91391Vb511H SOOCoBTInilnla-TT 4iiOImprlal-Tlibl7Kbl07H , . W Eicheqiier 65 "J ltd Crowe Point-79 H Wi 79 . 130 Kentnck-14 14 . 90 Tallow Jacket-TO SUM WMa3 8AL00S8 a LIQUQB HOUSES. DOLLY MDES SALOON. K.TJHLS BROTHERS. LACOVH mtrkict. BlUiaTilS. PftAl Ftr Ft- ' ive uu ?1SZ WISI-. LiquuBs, Price, Oae Bis. Slve I'a at CaaL, FRED Kt'BLfl, EDKAnD KIBLS. aaM-tf -av i.vs.tuioni. C0J1ETJ1L005. TBI CHOICEST BRAND ....or.... WTTOTR T rnrrnrto WES and UiUORS THE FINEST CIGARS CLAKCY k MAHOKET, nopnatata. RUSSELL SCOTT H4 OPENED CLUB ROOMS OVER HAL. PIN'S Hardware titan H.i. baa oonnMted tlunwlth a bandaoaae Bar. us mi. riuu can relv oa the et ot aooonimodaUona. and when othw HUUnilHUW un nmuifl IK Will l" h, hm.u 17 to " '"when. olT.K J. O. McCOBMICK am HESBYLEVT, PROPRIETORS. El Dorado Saloon. MAIN STREET, PIOCHE, HAS BEEN SPLENDLT BEFITTED AND furnished bj tbe new firm of McCurmlck, The nronrietore ink, nleaaimi in infavmin. old patrous and new ones tbat they W1U con- uiua, uw,iwun, hi aeep Tlxo Tlxxesrt V lxxeas. Zjlquorai lArid Ol Kevr-an IN THIS MARKET. There la also Club and Oard Rooms eonneetad wnn toe anove eaubllahnient. Je7-U SHEA, BOuQTJEBAZ McKEE (Snociaaoaa TO SULLIVAN A OABUMAN, 2. Imperien maid Jobbers of WINKS AND LIQUO sou aosmts roa Oeldeai sued TM-KettM Bei WIIISKIKH, Oor. Front aid Jackeon ha.,8AN FBANOnlCO. aaia-u E. HAMILTON, Wholeaale aad RetaU IDoealor in FINEMS,U;U0&SiHBC16m, Mcin Stret-t, Pioche. rpni RETAIL DEPARTMENT O0MPHIBTN0 X a Liquor and Billiard Saloon, with four New ana SPLENDID TABLES! Hm bees fitted up nuardlese of eitwitM. And challougM otwpvlaon witb any 8loon In the Soda. Sarsaparilla Jk.XVT OXX3Z2X1.. J. T. DAVIS RESPECTFULLY INFORMS TBE CITIZENS of Pioche and vlcuillr that be la aaauuteu- iuxins ana wiu suppij we Plaeet taaaUty af the Asevs ArUrlea. HANUFACTORT Oonwall Sow. nnrlh of Maow vaiiov street. . apw-tf IEADGW VALLEY BREWERY. Oorner et Mala and Meadow Valley streets. PIOCBK .... I EVADA. F. KASTEH Pronrietor. rflBE MEADOW TaLLBT BREWEBT HAS B Dee fitted ap ta tla moat taetefal saaBaai aad svppuea wits CPEIt OB BRANDS) OP LIQUORS and CIGARS LAO BR BEKR from the Splendid Brew ery at awaaow vaitey. , atl.ll CBAS. STEIN tfc CO., MAIN STREET, PIOCHE, NEVADA, STOl COMMISSION HOUSE, Wholesale and Betail Dealers FINE WIVES. jlU.UUAS Ot UlUAKaS. w- COUNTRY. ORDERS Promptly attended to. o-tf MORE EXTENSIVE! MORE ATTRACTIVE! JOHN C. LYNCH, Wholesale and Betail Liquor Menhant, Oorner Mam and Laoonr streets, tilto Proprietor of tbt Ioiig-MUbll4Ml na weu-uiown FASHION SALOON ft CLUB ROOMS, SHAKES rLCAStlaC IN tNrOKkllKS OLD K. pairuaa and new ones that be will eontlaae. aa Mretotote een THE FINEST WINES, ; XjIQXJOItS JNI OIOAni : IN THIS MARKET, Partlcnlar atteatloa will hereafter be (lvea The Wholesale Trade. All desiring to stack Bare, la tbe etl or out side camp., are Invited to call and sample goods and learn pnoee for) Purchasing lissjsvher j raa-u CAPITOL SALOON, MAIN STREET, PIOCTIB. 4T. XX. oTiuBaSXS'V'e PSU1PHIBTOB. ' KEEP THE BEST WINES. UQCOBS AND OiaABS that are obtainable In the relied as. airisu STAGE USES. Dai,v s!2e Line PIOOHB HAMILTON, AMD ULf 1UI1T FKOM HAMILTON TO AND A!T TKI-H'CEaXT fboh HAltHTOH TO CBI CREEK. TSAVI8 k 00. Proprietor, CARBTTKO O. . atAU. AMD WXLU.rAB. OO fe OQ. EXP&KB. The 1 km Llstee atwlr Sleckew with flaie AM KatlGAN HUHhKa avaa aew O'afCOalD COACUKa, leave Pioche Dallv at A. M.. miH... eloee wainetalea with hallmad MtfttKm UtOB OMee mt Wei le, ravtywaiC,1! all-tf SOUTHWESTERN 8TACE LINE. SALT LAKE CITY. HUGH WHITE, PROPRIETOR. THROUGH TO SALT UK III 55 HOURS apiABRYINa V. 8. MAIL, AND WILLS. TAB. Fillmore, Sclplo, Nephl. Payson. Provo, and Rlvenlde e Nertk ataw, Miwenvllla Beaver, Panwaa a aid Bt, Geerate- Stages leave alternate days at S A, M. Offlee at Wella, Par4reCe.'s. nSl-tl MISCELLANEOUS. FTJLKS 6c MoALPIN. IMPORTKRS, WBOLSSAU AKD UTAH. SIAirjU nt Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars, Proprletare Caaasapelltaa Raleea, Meadow Valley Strert, AID also m CITY CLUB ROOMS On Main Street. rrHE PROPRIETORS TAKE PLEASURE IN X Informliis old patrons and new ones tbat inej win continue, aa neretuiun, to iep . TUX) IZN BST WIKBB, XjXQT70X1.S AND OZOrAUB IN THIS MARKET, apid-tt BUY AND SELL FOR CASH! One Pricey One Bit! Fanaca Saloon, LACOl'K BTKKKT. s TOOK ED WITH FIRST-CLASS WINE- aud L1QCUKH, Willi all tbe eeadlnienta. luaiilpulatU to MUlt la tlat ClUAKS A HPKCIAt.TT. A trial will prura "HAi'lsFACTORX." PlNiCl SALOON COMPANY. One Prlrel Oae Bltt Plocbe, June 13, 1H. sllm H. R. Breakey, MINING RECORDER, MOT ART PUBLIC AKD OONVEYANOEn ALAO COMMISNIONER OP DEEDS POR CAL1FOH.MA AND IT AH COLLECTIONS MADE. OFPICBt LAtOCR ST., NEAR MAIN. anld-tl J. EIE.11.V & CO., MAIN VTBIET, NEVADA, PIOCHE IMPORTERS -A..ND DEALBR8 IN 3AHDWARE BTOVEH, CROCK ERT, SLABS. ABE, aad HOUSE PTRN- IBBINe eooDs. HanufacturerB ot Copper, Tin and Hheet-Iron Wan. Plumbers, Bleam ana m iexa. I ARB NOW PREPARED TO CON- IT tract tor Air Pips, Blower, rips, siowera, Furnace ol any reaalredelaeaad Pipe, Lit. Pomps, AC, I awAtarrit Also Agents for the Oelebratad Back's Patent Cook gtovae. ap-tf AUCTION AUCTION I EVERT NIGHT, CLOSE BUSINESS TBIRTT DATBI : WILL SELL, DCRINO TBI SAT, GOODS AT AUCTION PRICKS. I Remember the Pleee: LYNGH'S BRIGK BU1L0INGI All parties Indebted to me must settle Imme diately to save expense. WM. V. WILIUMS. GEO. T. GORMAN, NOTARY PUBIIO tar LINCOLN COUN1T. COMI.B.OJwOrMDKKD. ,OB Record OSIce, Laeaar Btmet, jc90 PIOCHS, NET. tf NOTICE. NOTICE IS HFBEBT GIVEN THAT WE have this dsv sold Io T C FMriiSON the bnalnees, aceoanta and eSeete of the let Irai of Bosmer A BtSer. JOelAB HOSMER, L. SEFPrB. bis FRANK M HELOTICH, mark. jlO-tf . AltSKLO BLASNICX. HAEDWAEE. J. J. HALPIN & CO., IKPOkTEBS AKD DEALERS IN A II D XIV ARE, Mill and Mining Goods, Iron, .... steel. TOVEw AND TIN W A HE, tlvatlxa.K Iowdor, Giant Powder and Fuse. ARE PKt FaHi D TO CtT AD PI1 It OAa Pll'X. atal BusitifMann all kihria Tin. Blitwl ln aiid Ontin r trk. will guaraiitu tc elve HiiaiacuMoBalJ ih iwiKwng d na ana at Xiower XrloB Than any other firm In Flocbe. jeSO-tf J. J. HALPIN V CO. E. B. Nor, J a.. O.H.Flsa, Plocha. aacramefito. MOT", FISH & CO., Aa.aetctow v BLiiesy st. PIOCHE .... NEVADA, IMPORTEIlfc And Desist is HARDWARE, MILL ABD KLUDIO SUPPLIES. Blacksmith's Haraware, Iron and Steel. Ana uxxx rare ha-M Champagne Cider CTErP..BT J. O. FORTMAN, Lower Mala Street,; Opposite Shrrwood'a LnmbrrTaM. rpHEBE IS ALSO A Vinegar Factory Connected with th eataMlsliaietit. Cider per doaen M.00 Cider per gallon by the barrel. . Vinegar par gal. by tk. barrel. lb Orders P.ROMPTLT ATTENDED TO 1 In Pioche or nUlonviUe. ' J. O. FORTMAN, ' Proprietor. . XaT7AX2322XI. 1 SHERWOOD At BRO MAIN BTRKET, PlOl'HK, c AN SDPPLT ....or., ALL KIND MIKINcl AND BU1LDINU LUBBER, SAVED TIBBEB, HEWED TIBBEB ARB POLKS UALirOKMA LUBBER, REDWOOD and SUGAR PINE, MOULDINGS and SHINGLES. DOORS and WINDOWS, Etc. Also, STOVE-WOOD, any length and else at SEASONABLE KATES. J. U. HICK, Agent. T. C. POTJeTADEi MEADOW VALLEY STREET, BRICK BUILDING, South side. Immediately below Cedar street. myia-tf NOTICE To Families an Restaurants. tlTB .RE MAKING AT OUR DAIRY IN V V Spring Valley a n rat-rate article of BTJTTSZl, We am now prepared to deliver evenr Tbrm dsy to families from tbe wsgon FHKBH BUT. TEK, or it can always be obtsined at Emerson's Vegetable store, Voss' Building, Main street, F. A. BUCK, ,. , O.B. LIGHT. Pineke. June It. !T4. ' ' m A Car Load BEST COAL OH Jl'ST BECBIVKD, , A ND FOB BALK LOW BT PH. FELSENTHAL, myS-tf Main itreet. DUPONT'S inoN xszbo- Blasting Powder. K BALK BT PH. FXLSBNTHAL, Agent. mys-tf L O S T. ON TBR 1Mb DAT OF JUNE A LETTER waa mailed from Plorhe to Sclplo, Utah, containing a check of Wella Fargo k Co., No. 450, for seventy-six 7S-im dollara gold com, dream la favor of Jsmea I Tie, nf Sctpto, Uuk. Said check waa lost In transit. All parties are cautioned against neeotlatina fr tbe same, as payment haa beau stopped. T.J. JONES. JjSllra fanaca, Nev NOTICE. JTOTICF IS HffEHT OIVTV. TH'T ALL accounia due the Nevada Meat Market, of -ssra. tf. Abadla k Bro.. are tbia dav tn Ba re rr-d to BcCnlloegb k Wood, to whom all ae eoui ts must be psid through their sent, H. R. Breakey, Laceur street, near Mela and he alone l autBorwra se collect. nciuiBneni mnes made at once. M ABAMF.ACO. McTUI LUI'GB A WOOD Plocbe Nev., July S0.1B14. JySl-lm LOST., ,N THU 1TH DAT OF JTLT, A CEBTIFI- cav of rprJt ,n aella, Farge A On., se i7. drawn In far, r nf M.Hta Kcbersneraer for 1740 All nartiee are eaaifcmed against ae gotlatlng lor the sasae, a payBaaat . beea MIECELLA1SE0C8. RMD PICSIC & M DELMOIE'S RANCH, MOUND VALLEY. Picnic dnrinff tbe dav. and a nRAMn flAfT at night. Cam will leave ra th. llh hiet. at s o'rlcrk lor tha sc. Of vt tbe farilvlurs. moe of Tlckrta Tin DolUra. INVITATION COMMITTEE: rat Hol.snd, ai i. Bronn. lines bi-om. Jobn Wiiaon, John B. Jsmea, Oeo. W. Arnold, A. J. Blslr, IFd Kuhls, Z. W Newman. Captain Lubbock, O. P. Sherwood, M. Sueterich, Vi'm. Harrlaou, R. McAlpiu, D. Tarpey, T. J. Andrews, P. B. tiUler, Oaudin, Frank Cook ; Owen floey, Dsrld Cohn, Smith Oray, J. B Uoag, F Ksatsn, ffn. Haholie', Morris Levin, M D. Uslplu, J. W. Wrlaht, A. II. Polleys. inn rule, T Churt'hmsn. Frank V heeler. ui a-unia, HinryO.rllik Vi m U. Lubbock, Joe. H Pedler, John Roeder, uonm sultan, B. Bom, D.A Fulks. M. I. Tsrpev, Captain a. U. Day. h. ward. B. aenderson. Jamea Clancy, a. nsmiuon, Charles Wiederhold, u. van Bageu, H. Bereford. J. acCurmlck, I. O. WiUlama, J. J. Balpln. John A. Steele, M. Beibert. John C. Lynch nitv tAi i wv J.r.Dursn, (j. W Crane. K. Thibault, Daniel Cutta. an.T iiviTTT i John M. Worlejr, j. Abr-hamaou, Jaawa Goodrich, Qeo. Fatten. RECEPTfriV rviVHrTTia Robert Elaja. j u rjisuii.. Cba. Baird, Geo. T. Oormaii. Floor Manager Rum Scott. sulJ-ta . 1 Calico Fane; Dress Bail WILL DE GIVEN THt'RBDAT Evening August IS, 1874. at the Capi tol Beaunrant, Laoonr street, for tbe benefit of lire. Turgoose. iHrrrATioB coMMrmB : Judge Fuller. T. W. Abraham, O. P. Sherwood, A. Brown, V. Manning. W. H Henderson, J. at. Hanlord, John Boeder, J.J. Hatpin, M.D. Balpin, K. Hamilton. Judge Van Bagen, r. b aiiier, n Wlederhtld, B. Ward. BCSB SCOTT FLOOR MANAOER. Admission (SUDDSr includedl kit HO Th. heat of Busio nill be la attendance. a4td E. THIBAULT Beob to reroBM m fhiekiib and thi public that lie baa ntucbastd its Aanoh of Jolin McCall, IN DRT VALLIT, With the bnalneea oonnectrd therewith. STOCK of all klnda PASTTBETI. and ths haat Jt care taken, at LOW KATkh. Parties vialtlng Cry Valley eaa have OOOD OOOBBOLATloMS, and tbe best tbe nisrkel nnrde. Jalt-lm NOTICE. IHB TO-NIOBT, JCNE T lx Club Iloom !, LYNCHS SALOON Will be cloeed for repairs until the Fourth of Mt Mouth. Bv order nf the Cnmmsnder, ffMf F UEKITTJEE and BEDDDI0 STORE, Brick BtUldlBfl, Main St. Ploch. Groat RotSncfloii In Prlreat SO pr conl Lw tba a Berotoforo. SPRING MATTREBflEB, PTXC, RAIB, ltOBB aad rATHK8. WILL BELL CHEAPER FOR CASH THAN partlea caa laiptnt tbem, aavlng aa Lav .Aianaa atock that amrt be aold 10 make rouiu for ew ooda. Fartleo Kill oo well to call and at or tbemaelTr-a, and ba conTlnved. Caineta, Wall Paper, Toilet Beta, Picture Pramea, Lamp Cbandaliera, Paints, Oila. and Ulaaa. Mixed Paint, raady for uaa la any quan tlty to ault UPBOLBTERIHO, FurnUnr Repaired in Oood Bryla. H. WARD. UMDERTAKER. afetallle Burial Caa on hand. Special atten tlon giTan to ahlpawnt of bodiea. anrU-tf. CAUTION. ALL PERSONS ARB HEREBY CAUTIONED against purr baaing claima agalnat the Highland Consolidated Mining Company, the payment of which said claims nurnort to be guaranteed by me. Tbe signature of my name io the said paper waa obtained by force and fraud, and 1 take tbia method of notifying the publlo that I will resist tbe payment of tbe same. J.N. WILLIAMc. Pioche, July 90. 1874. jyau-lm STOCK RANCH. fc A. D. kfANOWN HAft IN OCR ft Van county, 14 miles north of Pioche, a fine -- Btock Ranch, where those detinue of ranching Honrs and Cattle will find fine grass, water, etc. ureat attention ia paid to stock on tblt rnch, and Mr. Manown guarantee that all stock will be well taken care of, and that none will stray or be stolen. Give bin a call, tboee having Horaei or Cattle to ranee.. Je3B-8ai PIPIFAX. rfHB ROBlCnCCIAS WEBB A SECT OF Fbttoaopnera wno nonnaneo in uersoany daring tbe eeventeentb century, and prosecuted profound researches Into Natural Science and Oeeult rhiloaopny, and aougbt to dlaoovar tbe Of LIFE. Altbougk some rapsratltloa may have beea developea among tbem and other Alchemists la March for tlie Elixir Vita, yet tbere IB scientific truth at tbe bottom of all Alchemy and Astrolo gy. Thar were Impressed with tbe properties el HERBAL, PRKPAHATIONH. Aad found dynamic and psychologic force li th. extract of certain plants. fa due to the tearrbw of a learned scholar ot Europe among th archives of the RoMcmciaay. It la mad of TWENTY DIFFERENT BERkM, Gathered at each asaanas of tbe year wbea their juice era atrorgeet and virtue uimpaired, lavuitng a twmbination unriv ailed la tba anate ria mdioa. PIPIFAX Is an enemy to II oorrnntloB It aarlat ana Ita manner ei opereUe. IBM fortiaee Nature. Drive ta tba Katieeae Pmrta And tbnmgli tbe poree of tbe skin and all emunctoriae ef the body, tbe bad h union wblcL aaoleet It, giving relief even la diseases tbe moat refractory and diffVult to cure, anch as Neuralgia, Oyspepsla, Conatipatlna. Sick Bead aebe. Nervous Weeknraa and Billion sneaa. It Is pleeeent to tbe taste, mild In Its ertton. marvel oue in it. effect and uaaurpaserd aa a ennle. Taed aa a beverage In malartona districts It neu trallaeB miasma and preventa fevei and ague. Sold by all Drugelsta, Groom and Llauor dealers. Depot 409 Front street. Sea Francisco all-Smi- "PiaaclntioB Kotiee. TB II COP AttTB! BSH1P HFBFTOFOFF. eilstfng between Qnli laa A Deea, la tbe saloon bnsinees. is I Ms dav dissolved bv mutual consent. The bnelmes will tieteafter be ear ned on by voini.n UTnneU. Ploeb., r July , 1I. Jyl-lra LEGAL. Fa obnteK otice. THE riBTRICT COCBT Ot TUB etti Judicial 1istrict Lountj ot Ua- I. BUtC Of KtrVbslB,. ouln, LH tlaSinaUsaTisI l).B amiita ikf JnJ tT 1 rtta dt-CMsk (1, order to ehow cstjw whj Otttar of ttel of Besl Esutf nhuttli not W niSsifl. It appturmg ui the Ja e of Mid Conrt, by h prtitiou I bin ay pn w-tjih) sviia AImI ly likr gaivt Lynch, tbt AdBirLbtr.tHK (f tin- cmu of Jta U. Iirct., U ptiit fur u ,rdr of Bait- of ml MUlt, that la ntorrnt) Iu awli hof th rval Mtatc-tDpas ibe cc-ws of ad. BiiQlMrmtlt'tj ad ikAAB due li an ibt- awtalc It it tlrtjfv for (ATtktMl hy tb slUOft ui Mitt Court, tbat all t-.ivue toierisUd In the tat of aaid dtca d npiw-ar tjpfote tb aaid bistlict 'at of the ffevvbili Jndklat LIhikm, on latli-f. the Iklla day of A U. Ka, at 10 oVKck In tb fun tkm h ot aia day, at th Court kot n (tf aafd LHMrict Otart ot tba 8rmitb elfjdletal Dltact,at tbe tovn ot Ptorli?, in Mid covnty i tUtiotjln. Io abow ratua whv an order abould not be ftrantt4 to th Mid AaV nilntatratrlx to at-11 ao mtu b of tbe rt-ai eauta of Mid dereaaed a shall be nca.ary. va iDat. a copy or. iBia oratr oe pvtiiunea at lvaat four rarc(BWlT eka in lb- ! ocb- llly Record, a nevapatier Drlnttd and DubUshtd in Mtd oonnty. uiiea juiy is. iH7. II. FULLED, District Judge. Btnop k Bunt. Attorneja for AdfnmUtnirix. Ornci or Tmt Corurr Ci.m or m Coiutt or LnicoLit. t T l a fATlll a. -M .t al -at a, a . 1 1 . a uuil i J VIt l at vi in9 rxniDIJ Ut Ltnrolu, Bute of Nt via. and exfllrlo Clerk of tne uistnct uonrt or the tteventh Judlrlal Dis trict, la and for Mid county, do hereby certify the foregoiijg to be a true, full and correct copy of an order duly made and en tend upon tbe minute of Hid Matrtct Court. ( w itnew, my band and the aral of Mid U.. DUtrlct Court, tbia 17th day of July, -1 A. D. 1874. .B M1XLER, Clerk. By ! M. Hahtoed, Deputy Clerk. jyltf.4w NOTICE. THB COPARTNOHH1P HERETOFCHB IX istlng under the firm name of J. levin A Co., la ihiauay dissolved b) mutusl consent. Br. H. 0. Phillips wiibdranlng. Veaars. Jacob Levin and lsldor Simon do hereby assume aud will pay all the llabilitiea of the late Arm of J. Levis A Co., now due or to become dna, ana are au. thoriaed to collect and receipt for all acceonta and notes due to tbe late firm of J. Levin A Co. Pioche, N.v., July M, 1874. J. LEVIN, M U. PHILLIPS. lilt. IRIDOB 8IBON, of San Fraorlsco, has this day been admitted a partner la the nrm ol J. Levin k Co. J. LEVIN A CO. Plocbe, July 90, 1874. J jjo-lm Dissolution of Co-partnership. NOTICE IS BERLbY GIVEN THAT TBE copartnership heretofore existing between vim.O. Ullssan and Alva O. Bishop in ibe butch ering business, is dissolved by mutual consent. All debts due to the firm are to be paid to and collected by Wm. O. Ollssan. Pioche, July 18, 1B74. WM. C. GL1SHAN. ALVA C. BISHOP, By Wm. W. Bishop, attorney In fact. )yl0-Wd STATE CONVrNTION. THE STATE CfVrttAL Ct'MMlTTEE OF tha Deniirttic u.d Liberal 1-artj met at irgilila, Nevada, on the 16th of July, S74, pur. suanttocsll. The folic wing apiortl nment of aeiegatca to me state uonveutiou waa adoptee : Btorey .33 Lincoln 22 ILureka, Elko While Pine.... Ormeb Isnieralda.... Doualae 11 Lauder .11 Hunbuldt... , , V Vthfcbiei ... ., 8 Nye .. S 1 yon ,. 4 Churchill.. ..li Total 2lo. of membeTBof PonTertlcn... .166 On niotion, a i enr ntloti ot the l aiiy a filled, Io tie h- Id at CAKfV N CI1T in L TvLMI-ElOHTH PAY OF biPlEVfckit, 1674. on motion, the folloiriDg re lntlona veto nnanlmouav d pted : lfe-aoWt-d, ' hit we rproxrtrend 10 1te varirna Democratic and Liberal Ctnnty O n b'litna of the State of lScTada tn atiultt iiin iry nett m.a lurin-eieciiotur a. iait-a to tii uta and County C nvenTuna In ccuidai c wl h tho above apport.oi ntfht. Hcaulvtd, That hap tnnspotta'lrn f r both artl- Ua of rot t-umpttou ht-rt ai d aitlch 1 pio nicilfD to be trai -pittd t marliita.iarrtufelly m-tesrary fur ti c well-b tin aud pror,ttlt t.f th State, aid tbat 'atr tl e I aiaM nf a lawbytht nextlcfjlslnt re rem la t in tltttilOtf ralfruMvl frt and rVrv n r ade In tblfSiato, prevt-utliia unjiiat uImiIii ii ktlut . 1 u J drrixg thectoi livti g l r i ur n.lnra aid Hbi ur, and keeping the n i Lty ami n nt na in hfiiU mate trade itiate-d of atijalng It Into the vaults of mllroad c n pn U a Reaoivsd, Tbat wa are In favor vt tal gtha pp'pt-r y of railroad corupai lea tl o aati e aa other proerty, and ih-tihf proper jvi railroad coi panics Lould b bpwbsk1 a- rear Its ociiut rfih value aa other proper ta ni a md. Reaolved 1 hat all vutera ho are In lavor nf tba foregoing MriliitUnt, and opioid to tba adm (Bint ration of V. 8. Ornnt, are li vlttd to participate in the prim-ry ehcM na bt ieby called, and to act with the Den ocratte ai d Lib oral parly la tba ensuing camp-in In Nevada. !. T HIURDEN. Chairman pro tem. V. 8. BotnrxrixiJ), Becretanr pro tem. Proceedings of the Lin coln County Republi can Committee. ATA A ty I Pioche, A A MEETING OF HE LINCOLN COTTf. Republican Central Commute, bald at Aiumat 8. 1H74. tbe time for holding the Republican Primaries, tbe election of Delegates to tbe County Convention, waa fixed for Thursday, Sept. 10. 1874. Resolved, Tbat the Delegates from Pioche, Bui I tou vi He and Dry Valley Precincts snail be elected at a regular Primary Election to be held at a point n each of said precinct to be selected by tha Judges of said ebntion for said precinct. Polls te be open between tbe hours of 10 a. m. and 7 pm. Tbe Delegates from each of the otherpreclncts and places to which they are awarded shall be elected by ballot or other i-e under the supfr viait n and ountrol of tbe person uaiued aa Elec tion Judge for said precinct or place, and the oertiocatee of election of tbe Delegates for the several precinca and places named shall bo signed by the Judge of said precinct or place. The number of Deleftatea for the County Con ventlon were apportioned aa follows, to wit: Ploche-.t0 Delegates. Judge, F. A. Buck; I-npectors, A. J. Mason and R. P. Dayton. Bulltonville Delegate. Judge, B 0. How. ard; Inspectore, Henry Schafer and A. T. Moore. Dry Valley 8 Delentea. Judge, E. M. Crane. Rose Valley 1 Delegate. Judge, Thoa. Jose. Ragle Valley 1 Delegate. Judge, B. X. Chsm'verlain. Clever Valley 1 Delegate. Judge. D. L. Billa. Panaoa. Delegates. Judge, A. F. Barron. Newman's Ranch 1 Delegate. Judge, Wm. M. Newman. Bt. Thomas- I Delegate. Judge, Isaac Jen ainga. Vegas 1 Delegate. Judge, O. D. Oaea. El Dorado Canyon a Delegate. Judge Genrga Hillennan. Hlko and Pahranagat Valley I Delegate. Judge, 4. W. Oeer. Creaoent Mill 1 Delegate. Judge. J. A, Bid well. Deidrteh Canyoa I Delegate. Judge, Jamea Jones. Quina Canyoa I Delegate. Judge. David Service. Highland-. Delegate. Judge, J. D. Hlcknx. Newark Mill 1 De eg. Judge, F. P.Bailey. Tbe Connty Convention to be held at the CourVbouee, Piocbo, September 17, 1874, At 10 o'lock e. ., for the purpose of nominat ing the following ticket, to wit: Vine Delegates to tbe State Convention, Tine state Senator, Three AeaemblyBMB, One trlainet Judge, One Shi nST. One Ittunty Clerk, One District attorney. One County TisasuTir, One O aety Becorder, . One Couniy Ass esor. One Publrr Adml' bDrator, One County upt of Fublte Schools, One Oonnty Surviynr, Two County G mmbeioners. Justice of the Peace, Cnnetables and School Trustee, fc tbe variroa tounrhlr Also, te transas t encb etber bnain.ua a may properly eome beSire tl'. Convent. Heenlved. That tbe test to be leoulnu of sll vohra at the rrlmary BleeUeas it the party shall be: First Are yon el'laea of the Tnlred te es and Hi at- of Keved. or will you baa lauful voter Btth enaning eleetMH,y Secnfwt D d you vote for a awjortty el th R( publican tl, let st tbe last general elertim or if yea did aot. will yoa vote fi a majority of the BVaubUoaa ticket at the neat electionf D. CORSON, Chairman. Wa. W . Bl.no. Barretary. . auil-td Utah Northern Railroad. : rTTlAtrl UAT1 OOBTHirl AT Vfltl . U.; 1 leave Uajaa at IS)aa,l rev wane, aaa wan aausn