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THE P10CHE DAILY RECORD.
TgCgP BPTKMBKR a, 1HT4. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS AMD DEPARTURES. DEPaBTCRKa. n luvn k eo."a kamiltom un J Coclry Warlike. Yesterday evening tiro American citizen of African descent, bad a alight "onpleasantness" on La oo ur street. Both sexes were represented in the row, and we regret to say the male representative of "Africa torrid clime," was nngallant enough to emphasize bis argument by blows directed against the person of his feminine opponent. How ever, no great harm waa dona, and it is probable that the belligerents will enjoy the toothing influences of sn interview with Justice Van Hagen who, like his eonfere, Juatioe Logan, of Austin, may think it bis painful "dooty" to iinpoM a refresher in the ahape of an addition to the fund from which oometh the stipend of those ladies and gentlemn to whose care is entrusted the education of the rising generation of this State. Fob Cohobxss. Ws learn on good au thority that Robert E. Lowers-, of Vir ginia City, will be candidate for the nomination of Congressman before the Democratic State Convention. Mr. Low ry is gentleman of fine talents, and has many friends in tbe western portion of the State. We have known him for a number of years, and it is only fair to say tbat he fills the Jeffersonian require ments as to capability and intevnty. While it affords na pleasure to be able to say this, we do not wiBb to be understood that we are committed to tbe support of Mr. Lowery, or of any other candidate at present. Fob Couktx Clibe. By notice that appears in our advertising columns it will be seen that Jaa. 8. Smith is a can didate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Republican Countv Con' vention. We do not at this time pro pose to espouse the cause of any candi date, but candor requires ns to aay tbat Mr. Mnitn la a gentleman of undoubted capability and unquestioned intesntv. As a business man he is well snd favor ably known in this community and has made many friends by the happy knack 01 mmaing nis own ousiness and letting tbat of other people's alone. Blazing. A cabin on the hillside, above tbe Episcopal Churob, caught fire yesterday morning, through some ashes in which were some livecoala beina care lessly thrown againat tbe side of the building. The occupants of the cabin were away, but the fire was extinguished by some miners wbo were pausing, on their return from work. The flames did not make sufficient headway to cause tbe alarm to De sounded. This evening the party given for the benefit of Prof. Mitchell will take place. Tbe Professor has many friends, wbo all feel an interest in promoting the success of the occasion. They say, and very justly, tbat be baa always been willing to help others, snd tbey sre going to re turn the compliment. We expect to sea s crowded hall and a very pleasant and enjoyaoio evening s amusement. Acknowledgments. W s have to thank John C. Lynch for sending us a liberal supply of krug and other potables, wbioh were duly honored by the printers, wbo urana neaitn and prosperity to Mr. Lynch 'a first born, as also of bis parents. The town yesterday was very quiet, though little knots of politicians were scattered here and there disoussing the chanoea of candidates with considerable earnestness. Dividend. Tbe btate Bank has de clared its usual monthly dividend. This is one of tbe most reliable and efficiently managed banks in the State. Postponed. The sale of the property of tho Highland Consolidated Mining Company ia postponed until tbe 1st of October. Pebbonal. Mr. Patterson, from tbe Muddy, has been in towu for tbe last day or two. He left for borne yesterday alternoon. Contbibdtkd. We publish this morn ins some meritorious verses contributed by a young gentleman who possesses no mean talent for versification. Wells, Faboo & Co. as usual send us a file of the latest Bay papers, for which we offer our thanks. Tax terms Democrat and Bepublican are conventional, but the terms at the Panaoa Saloon are only one prioe one bit! sei-iw Notices. Announcements for candi dates are now in order, and will be in. aerted after a sstisi'actory interview with tbe advertising clerk. Latest Fall Stiles. For fashionable bata and ties, just received, oall on H. Lewis, Main street, Pioche. Oo to Alexandeb'b, Main street, op posite Laoour, for your drugs. my2tf KiLVtB CnT. Idaho, Ans;. 28. The Nevada and Northern Telegraph Compa ny completed ita line to this city to-day. The entire oity turned out and reoeived tbe wire crew with demonstrations of joy, firing of eannon, etc., opon making the connection. Congratulatory tele grams were sent to tbe President of the Ban Francisco Stock Exchange Board, and to various operators of Hsn Franoisco. Tbe citizens are very enthusiastic, and will give a grand banquet and ball next Monday nigbt, at which the Territorial Governor will preside, and tbe elite of tbe Territory participate. Wi learn from W. 8. Hopkins, wbo ar rived from Ogden this moming, that no less than, five men fell viotims to tbiwe rard monte sharps yesterday, near Battle Mountain. One of tbem was a young German, with his newly married wife, from Berlin. He lost a consider able amount of money, besides his pis tnl watch and chain. His wife had in her possession sbout $2,700, which ber husband was anxious to bet on what he onn.i1id a "dead thins." Through the efforts of Mr. Hopkins tbe watch was n, ntiaut to be restored to the owner, for a nominal sum. These monte sharps and their "cappers" make Battle their nrincinal rendezvous. In one car yesterday they comprised a large portion of the passengers. When the leading monte sharp, personating a drunken man, came around, a dozen "innm" Anmmenced bettins Wltb him all of them, of course, wirnirjg his money. The foolish passengers were lured by this "blind," and got fleeced n ik. ..t m.nnar. While ws have no sympathy for persons wbo lose their think IK. .nthnritiM in the State of Ne vada should take summsry measures to nnt an .ml tn anoh swindling. Every man who gets robbed by these sharps or sharks shonld have a guardian appointed to take oare of his effects, if he has any. a i in Um with anflh charao- t.r. i. .-iA.n,iw nnflt to take cars oi himself. Truckee Republican, 28th. Mutism &nr,.. . . Si ikrarV" - P'-- rni" the literary suceeases of our Anwrican "prejenUUve. i.Enrops. Aid maSv dr.wb.ck. to complete U.factionJ our aspect abroad; Mia akawtt)aAa !. a some pnd. think of the contribution, to ther satisfaction of announcing the ao- trr - hTk" U U P'ound JEJ " B,Awiean game, ft is enu uea foker. ' and nn.i. m V Torknnot fail to attract the attention of the learned andaddto tne reputation of American letters It may be remembered tbat the gentleman named Mot n. wtm ... " IE?! V '7 m . was also the author of several publications: any apparent slight to literature implied in bis removal ia manifestly retrieved, now nav nis successor is known as the suthor p i" n,ni1f "d original essay on rtnll'L.Trl0? Correspondent .luuau vuiuuiarciai. V...I I . . . . - umunui UQB in aeveral resnecta. Th ,ti. speeches, bonfires, rockets, cannon, and tne excursion, were the pleasing inci dents. There were others not so agreea ble to all ooncered. A newspaper man and neighbor, and a merchant fmm aome accident or miannderatarMins . gaged in a dispute at the railway station. ..um. mors empnatio than polite crea ted a aenaation and commotion. One of the parties seemed eager for tbe frav: thm ntY. .1. .1 i . - J .u. u.u. auuww wai no was neeled on the occasion. Restraining h.nH. k.n them apart. No personal physical injury to eitner. And now comes another newspaper man, temporarily engaged in this office, and a Captain at leisure, and undertake skirmish No. 2. The former suaeavorea to avoid this unpleasantness, but being pressed by the aairressor. 1 'ruislu In, ik. ryt .. . I j vwwuu. 1DI result IS a closed eye for the aggravator and a anncaie out ot joint lor tbe pencil driver, Carson Appeal, 29. On tbe eastward bound Central Paoifla passenger train yesterday morning, the tbree-card monte men played their vaca tion with splendid success. They re lieved one gentleman of tl.400. and others to the tune of (1,200, making a vuuu winning oi vz.ouu. this waa done between Truckee and Reno, and h Slim Jim and bis pards. Slim Jim is reckoned the chief of the three-card bovs. He i. a genuine country looking cuss, and no one would take bim to be as smart as he is. LKeno Journal, 26th. TniBTT-Iwo States will hold elections between the 1st of September and the 4th of November. Of these States the Republicans carried twenty-six tn 1872. Republican politicians cannot conceal from themselves tbe fact that there has been a very great change in popular opinion since that time, and tbat from present appearances there will be a Dem- ocratio majority in the House of Repre sentatives oi toe rorty-iourtn congress. ru ni : i L . ' . iuruuiuie. Some of the tbree-card monte sharps wbo infest tbe Union Pacific Railroad have brought auits against the company in Ogden for being ejected from the cars after offering their fare. Oneof them seta the damages he received at tbe modest anm of 2,500. Tbey manage these things differently on the line of the Cen tral Facifio, where these gamblers ars convicted and sentenced to fine and im prisonment. Virg. Cbroniole, 28th. Messrs. Logan and Johnson, who have been developing a copper ledge in the East Range, arrived in town last Sunday from the field of their labors well pleased with their prospects. Mr. Losan in forms ub that the vein la about four feet thick, and that the ore it contains car ries about 40 per cent, copper. The claim is situated in Inskip Canyon, about eighteen miles northeast of here Silver state, KYtfi. McDaniels has either thrown up the sponge on tbe " hokemfelder" mail con tract of his, or else in a sudden fit of geueroaity at last acceded to the wishes of the citizens and extended the service to seven days in tbe week. For the past two days the mails .from the railroad have been brought in on the morning Btnge, and departing by the same mode of conveyance. Eureka Sentinel, 3d. Sixtt-eioht car loads of steel rails have arrived from tbe East this season, and 132 more are yet to come. This will make a total of 2.UUU tons of steel rails for the season. These rails are to be used between Truckee and Blue Can yon, on the Central Pacific and will supersede tne present iron rail. L Lar son Appeal, 29. The periodical discovery of silver bearing rock haa this time been made in excavating for tbe foundation of tbe Ma rine Hospital at the Presidio. S. F. Call. AN FRANCISCO STOCK REPORT. Sah FRAwnisno. September 3. 8HABSS.1 MOKNINO SALES. 1OT5 ophir as ast J2S ms m v 1006 (lould a Curry 91k 31 31b5 30H 3UM 31 jo aoH aot aos 1A8 Best ft Belcher 31 90V 30 X SOtf 109 Chollar Potosl Wit M 55 Jf 66 tt 90 Hale ft Norcross 3 41 V S.WOruwn Point 9 7bS0 69) 69 It St 69 K 70 aw Yellow Jacket 78 H 79 1H46 Imperial 8 It S 8K 900 Empire slIll-SH H K 810 Kentoct-li 900 Alpha 13H 19Hh90 13H SI Belcher 7(1 70el0 7011 870 Bavaga-67 6(1 H 57 It 68b6 68 57 H m Oonndenoe 18H 131 tAIIOon Vinrtnia 83 It 82 83S90B3H 83 955 Sierra Nevada tit H so t40 Relcher 99 93 1696 Overman tO 39B30 30 1 .30 39 It 39 391 39V" 80 60 Dsney IV 90 Exchequer 70 liwaiobe It 440 Justice 10 K 10 306 OsllfornU 38 S6tt 90 Caledonia 19 It 30 SMNYCon-S3lt3lt 460 Eclipse 7 376 Dayton 6H 5 650 Occidental 9 It 160 Knicserbocaer o 35 Succor lit 30 Lady Bryan 87 lie 715 Utah 4H4 SH 80 Union oon 11 60 Dardanells 13 300 Franklin 3 NA ftltlmnm Con 714 1030 Rock Island it It 3 HMO 385 Julia a 396Woodvills-77i7N 71tb30 100 American sou crown Point Ravine 90c 100 Hint 16o 975 Kossuth 1 aoooLeo 1H1 3345 Independent ft Omesga lH 100 Heg Mocs isisna oi nu 100 South Overman 76o 300 Audes-900 AFTERNOON SALES 390 Mesdow Valley 6b80 t 6 6H 55 Raymond ft Ely-lilt U 10 It 376 Eureka Oon-11 10 10! 310Pioche-ltS H 170 Wsshinston It Creols-IK Ten iMlnuriu 914 ltis Belmont-8lt 8lt 8H 8S 8bW 700 Newark c ooc oa nioni 850 North Belmont 60c 111 PI nnnuln Sontb 9 33110 El Dorado North-1 H 1 ItbSO SlUIUoiaea umnm-i. 350 Mahogony-6lt 6 6W 6ltb6 a70 Souti"Chartot H IS , imoImperial-8 8H U J Mammoth 76 60 Empire (Mshol 1 1000 Empire Mill 8H SH ...... 945 Crown Point-9!t 70 70Hbl0 70H 90 Belcher 71 71b6 TlSt . . I 1 I) 1, A Osa t0 40M0 41b80 80 Chollar Potnst-66 66S10 40OonVlmlnla-83 63 OonHdencs-13 WK 1S uwa 450 Osliforaia-aS 37 H 37Jt 8bl0 SBsibSO 70 Yellow Jecket-7978 M0 Sierra Nevada -4H to Oould ft Onrry-aOH 30HM . . ...- a. .1 li lZ o7hlrLMHMVH MUM J3,sM M MH 410 WoodvUU T sit eai SAGES. RACES, - RACES! -A. O 3EI EASTERN NEVADA JOCKEY CLUB. Pioche, Lincoln County, Nev. FALL MEETIffG, 1874! Three Days' Racing. OCTOBER 8, 9 and 10. Eaclt Day Raring to conmcict at 1 evctocK an&rp. LOOK AT THE PURSES 84,470 I LARGEST EVER GIVEN IN NEVADA. PIOCHE LEADS THE VAN COME ONE, COME ALL! SCHSSULS OF EMS: First Day. RUNNING PURSE,. .1,000. Mil Heats, best 8 tn . to rule. Three or more to enter, and three to start. Free to sll. Entrance 3u per oent. ALSO, SACK RACK Free to sll. FOR PRIZE OV S5. TROTTING PURSE, . 950. Mile Heats, best 8 In S, to (to as you please. Three or more to enter, sad three to start. Entrsnos 30 per cent. Second Day. RUNNING PURSE, 300. This is a OitlBans' Purse, free to sll known horses in the oounty. Mile Heats, best s In S. Three or more to enter, and three to start. Entranoe w per oent. ALSO, FOOT RACK, Half Mile. Parse, (SO, Free to sll. Three or more to enter, and three to start. Entrance 10 per oent. ALSO, RUNNING PURSE, 730. Single dash of half mile. Free to sll except Stonewall Jackson and Walking John. Three or more to enter, and three to start. Entrance 30 per oent. Third Day. RUNNING PURSE, 1,1150. Two-mile Hests, best 9 In 8. Free to sll bones In Nevada and Utah at the dste of this publica tion. Three or mors to enter, and three to start. Entrance 10 per oent. ALSO. TROTTING PURSE, 9M0. Mile Hests. best 9 in 6, tor all known double teams la the county. Three or more to enter, and three to start. Entrance 30 per cent. ALSO, RUNNING PURSE, MOO. a .inula dub of 440 yards. Free to sll. To osrry 90 lbs. or upwards. Three or mors to enter, and three to start. Entrsnos 'M per oeu. i ii !,. .hnv. Rnnnina Races to be governed by the rules of the State Agricultural Society of California. Trotting under the National Trotting Turf rules. Entries to close Sept. 12,74 Entrance Fees to be paid upon entry. All communications must be addressed to THOMPSON CAMPBELL, secretary Eastern Nevsds Jockey Club, . Pioche, Lincoln Oounty, Nevada. aul9-taspU STAGE LUTES. Daily Stage Line, PICX3HB ....so.... HAMILTON, AMD HALT-DAILY FROM HAMILTON TO ROBINSON AND 8CRELL CREEK, USD TRLWEEKXT FHOM HAMILTON TO CHEEBY CBEEE. TEA VI3 k 00., Proprietors. CARBYIHO V. 8. MAIL AND WELLS. FAR. oo a oo. 'a Exmtaa. The Three Lines aawljr Stacked with Flat AMERICAN RORHES suad Slew CONCORD COACH KM. bcaaes leave Ploehs D.IW it H I. V m.v4. elo connection with Railroad Stage Iran Ham- 11 Mm. OOle. at Wells, Farg ACe.'a. nil-tf SOUTHWESTERN STAGE LINE. PIOOECB ....to.... SALT LAKE CITY. HUGH WHITE, PROPRIETOR. THROUGH TO SALT CAKE !H 55 HOURS CARRYING U. 8. HAIL, AND WELLS. FAB. 00 k CO.'B EXPUEHU via Fillmore, Scipio, Nephl, Payson, Provo, and Wltb Branch Line from Rlvent4e to North Nlmr, MlnrriTlllr Bravci, Pa rowan and St. Oforgt. Stages leave alternate days st A A. M. Office at Wells, Far go A Co. 'a. uil-tf MISCELLANEOUS. FULKS sfc MoALPIN, IMPORTERS, WHOLKSAUEAND BKTA1L DKALEBB Tv Fine WinesP Liquors and Cigars Proprietors Cosmopolitan Saloon, Meadow Taller Street, AHS ALSO TBI CITY CLUB ROOMS, On Main Street. THE PROPRIETORS TAK8 PLEASURE IN informing old patrons and new ones that inej win continue, as Heretofore, to terp TUB T'lJNTEST "WXTTUB, IilQTJOIia IN THIS MARKET. ap2-tf BUY AND SELL FOR CASH! One Price One Bit Panaca Saloon LACOl'H STREET. CLOCKED WITH FIRBT-OLASS WINES k7 and LiguuKH, with sll the oondiments, manipulated to suit the palate. CIOAK8 A SPECIALTY. A trial will prove " HATI8FACTOBY.' PANACA SALOON COMPANY. One Prtcet Pioche, June 13, 1U74. One Bltt e!3-lm H. R. Breakey, MINING RECORDER NOTARY PUBLIC AKD O O NVJJYANO EH. ALSO COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR CALIFORNIA AND UTAH COLLECTIONS MADE, OFFICKl LACOl R ST., NEAR MAIN. sulO-tf j. i;iE.im & co. MAIN STREET, - PIOCHE NEVADA, IMPORTERS -A. .NT) DEALERS 1X7 STOVES, CROCKERY, GLASS. WARE, and HOUSE FURN ISHING GOODS. Manufacturers of Copper, Tin snd Sheet-Iron Ware. Plumbers, steam wiu use niw. m'SJTI ARE NOW PREPARED TO CON. TV l tnct for Air Pipe, Blowers. FnniAoa Pipe, Lift Funipi, sc., oi any required slse and welgnt. Also Agents for the Celebrated Buck's Patent Cook stoves. sps-u ION I EVERY NIGHT, CLOSE BUSINESS WITHIN THIRTY DAYS I T WILL SELL, DCWNO THE DAY, GOODS AT AUCTION PRICES. Remember the Place: LYNCH'S H BUILDING! All parties Indebted to me must tettls lmme- aUaUtlf W MTU Ji. WM. V. WILLIAMS. Copartnership Notice M R, p. J. KBAtTSE HAS THIS DAT BEEN admitted s psmior m our - Pioche, September 1,1874. Customers formerly supplied with Eastern Papers and Maftsslnea st Mr.Krauae's old stand, in the poatofflce, will in the future receive the urn, sun. ors o, .. - . LOST, -VW THE MTH DAY OF JULY, A CERTTFT. I I M. m rMnrarit on Wells. Farno k Co.. No. 6.65T, drawn In fever of Martin Kocbersperr for .340. All panie. m wmwu. Tt-T gottstlng .tin. lOr lam same, mm i7u - " fyll-lm Btoppea. HAHDWAEE. J. HALPIN & CO., TMI-ORTEK8 AND DEALERS IN n AnD rv a. n. e. Mill and Mining Goods, Iron, .... stool. STOVES AND TINWARE, 331asitiiAaj Fowdor, Giant Powder and Fuse. 1ITB AKE PREPARED TO CUT AND FIT II GAtt PIPE, .nil nikimfirluM .11 kitiii. tit Tin. Bbn t Iron and Copper Work. wilt gutrtutee to give utisfscUfn on all gouu nuujisciurta uy us. sua si Liowor Prloesj Thn tnj other firm la Pioche. Jr30-tf J. J. U AI.I'IN A CO. B. Mott, Ja.. I O. H.Fua, Pioche. Dscramento. MOTT, FISH & CO., jaeaaow vexiiesy at. PIOCHE - - - - NEVADA. IMPOHTEnS And Dealers is HARDWARE. MILL AND MINING SUPPLIES. Blacksmith's Hardware. iron and steel, STOVX1S,, -A.rn.ci Tin vra,re. Ie.U EEGISTEATION NOTICES. Registration Notice. npHE Ot'ALIFIED ELECTORS OP CRY X Valley Preciuit, Lincoln county, State of I'uvaua, nixi iirreitj ii uiutii ijibii ijio dvijii tn neeiBtration lor tne ueuerai Kiectmn to be neid on Tuvrklay, Novembtr 8. 1874. ire now oprn. i ne nme ior me reKiairaTion oi ine nirnvti oi voton will expire on Tuday, the 4Uth day of October, at 9 o clock p. m. I. liOCKADAY. Beglstry Agent, Dry Valley Precinct, Lincoln coumy, iwcvaoa. au'iv-ta Registration Notice. rpHE OUALIF1ED KI.FflTORfl OP HTOH. X land Precinct, Lincoln county, Btate of Ne vada, are bereby notified that the Books of Re- Itttration fur tbe General Election to be held on Tuesday, November s, lt-74, are now open. The time for the registration of the names of voters will expire on Taniday, the aoth day of Oe loner, at v o Ciock p. in. J AH. MCUatltUUK, Kgistry Agent, Highland District, a27-td Llncon oounty, NeWla. Registration Notice. T HH QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF EAGLE Valley Precinct, Lincoln county. Bute of Nevada, are hereby notified that the Books of Registration for the General Election to be held on Tuesday, November 3, 1H74, are now open. i he time ior the registration or the names of voters will expire on Tuesday, the JOtU day oi uciuoer. as v o ciock p. in. J. U. UAUMUNU, Begistry Agent, Eagle Valley Precinct, au27-td Lincoln county, Nevada. Registration Notice. THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS Ot CREHCENT Mill Precinct. Linooln county. Btate of Ne. vaaa, are hen-ny notinea that the book of Reg istration for the General Election to be held oo Tuesday. November 3. 1874. are now open. The time for the registration of the names of voters will expire on Tuvstlay, the tttHti day of OctoiMtr. at v o clock . m. t. a. HlUWi-LiLi, Retrtstry Aaent. Crescent Mill Precinct, au27-td Lincoln county, Nevada. Registration Notice. HPHE QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF DEIDBICH X Canyon Precinct, Linroln county, State of Nevada, are hereby notified tnat the uooKs or Registration for the General Election to be held on Tuesday, November 3, 1U74, are now open. rne time ior tne registration or tne names 01 voters will expire on Tuesday, the 40th day of October, at tf o'clock p. m. JOHN CASTLE, Registry Agent, Deldricb Canyon Precinct, aim-hi Lincoln county, nevaua. Registration Notice. THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF BULLION ville Precinct, Lincoln county, State of Ne. vaaa, are nereoy notineu inai me uooas 01 twg intratinn for the General Election to be held on Tuesdsy, November 8, 1H74, are now open, The time for the registration of the names of voters will expire on Tuesday, the Moth day of October, at 9 o'clock p. m, J. H. GOODRICH. Justice of the Peace and ex-offlcio Registry Agent for Bullioville Precinct, Lincoln oounty, Nevada. au27td NOTICE rB. C. BARNES AND ROBERT KELLY, owners in the Silurian Mine, Highland District: That if they do not appear within ninety days and pay their proportion of the ex penses incurred in developing said mine, we will claim forfeiture of their Interest according to law. JAMES McORKGOR, aul9-t04 JAS. O'BRIEN. LOST. ON THE 16th DAT OF JUNE A LETTER was mailed from Pioche to Scipio, Utah, containing ft check of Wells. Fargo k Co., No. 459, for seventy -six 73-100 dollars gold coin, drawn in favor of James Ivie, of Scipio, Utah. Said check was lost in transit. Al' parties are cautioned against negotiating for the same, as payment haa been stopped. T. J. JONES, jySl-lm Panaca, Nev. 1 SOCIAL PARTU1 Will be given hj PH0F. MITCHELL, isaUs AT BROWN'S HALL, On THTJESDAY EVE'Q, Sept. 3, 1874, Tickets, summing Lsdy snd Gentleman, (3. Ths best of music will be in attendance. sulT-td J. LEVIN to CO., DIALERS JM Imported and Domestic Cigars, TOBACCOS, STATIONERY, - SCHOOL. BOOKS, And s Large Assortment of CONFECTIONERY, Maia Stiwat, Pioche. Jvls-tf NOTICE. N OTICB 18 HEREBY GIVEN. THAT ALL sccounts due tue nevsas sen aur.et, ui um v. Ahutie a Bro.. are tnts asy irsns. (erred to McCaUough k Wood, to whom sll so counts must be paid through their agent, H. B. Breskey, Lacour street, uesr Mala, and he alone is suthorised to oollect. Settlement must be made at once. M.ABADIEtOO. McClTIXODOH k WOOD. Pioche, Her., July 80, 187. Jyal-lm DUPONT'S IRON XBO Blasting Powder, TjlOB a mys-tf B BALa' BY ' PH. FELSENTHAL, Agent. TO RENT, TUB BITILDIKa OS MAIN street, adjoining Mrs. Stanton's residence, and formerly used the as Record printing office. For particulars, Inquire st the Record publication office, Lacour street, near Main. TO RENT, ns awti irrrjt reptembeb 1. ALL OF ) the room In front of tb. Postomos boxes will be for rent. Apply st ths Postoflos. snK-M MIS0ELLABE0D8, E. THIBAULT IEOS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND THE I public that he has purchased the Ranch, of John MoCall, OI DRY VALLEY, With the business connected therewith. STOCK of sll kind. PAHTTTOim mk th hi of care taken, at LOW RATES. Parties visltlns Drv Y.ltev ran h.w nnnn ACCOMMODATIONS, snd the best the market Jel6-lm SheriiTB Sale. BT VDITTJS OP AN EXECUTION ISSUED out of the District Court in end for the cuunly of Linooln, Bute of Nevada, and to me directed and delivered, for a Judgment rendered ui muu uiun m tne nrst aar or August, A. D 1874, in fsvor of P. W. Clute and waiust the HlKhland Consolidated Million Company, for the sum of seven thouaaud mud tmiiunu 5.liasold coin dollarsdebt. togethw with three uuuun'u miu luiy-uine ZD-iou dollars tax ousts, and all seeming costs and Interest-said judg ment having a credit of S5.1M.S4 j have levied on the following property, to wit: ? ueuuwe, t cross-cut saw, 1 lot of track Iron snd steel. 3 Iron wheelbumw.. l i broad .1. 1 grindstone, 8 ore tubs, 1 lot of lamps, 1 clock, 8 parte of kegs of nails, 1 lot of nuts, wsshers snd beltlns. 8 boxes of candle., smi ft of fuse, more or leas, 1 lot of stocks, dies snd taps, 1 hstchet, 1 snvil, 1 lot of picks, drills and sads, 1 lot of ehovela, 1 lot of pick handles, 1 lot of rope, 6 powder cans, 1 csn of tallow, cans of coal oil snd lard oil. Dart full. 1 vindlu.. l hn. of old iron, 10 .ledges, 1 lot of picks without uMiuirB, iw. m a uiscsemitn s outnt, i min- uih cr., etc., etc. Hotioe is hereby given thst on Monday, tho 10th Day of Aisu-n.t, Ja. Al. 1H7. At 1 o'clock m., I will sell sll the right, title snd iuterest of said defendsnt In snd to tbe sbove described property, st the Court- ouuMeooor.in riocne.st mono Auction, for ossh in band, to the highest snd best bidder, to M.aiy hiu B.UVUUU11 .HQ Sll COBIK. w. B. TKAVIB, Sheriff. ByB. H. HnuroKD, Deputy BheriH. su6-td The Floral Mill, PIOCHE, - - NEVADA, Is Now Prepared to Reduce Ores, piCARAKTEElliO AB LARGE A PEBCENT- VJ sge ss sny mill in ths oounty. ADVANCES MADE ON ORES, T. McMASTERS, Jyll.tf Superintendent. T. C. POUJADE, Duiun MEADOW VALLEY STREET, BltlCE BCILDTNO, South side, Immediately below Cedar street. myli-tf FASHION CLUB ROOMS, IiHE CLUB BOOMS AT J. C. LTtfCH'B Baloon, corner of Main and Lacour atreets, have been reopened. TIioba sportively inclined can find abundant amusement at the Fashion Club rooms. au23-tf A Gar Load BEST GOAL OIL JUST RECEIVED, AND FOB BALE LOW BT PH. I tXSENTHAL, juyd-tf Alain street. PAYUP. ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO E. F. BADULEY will please pay to the under signed on or before SATUlibAY, the 18th Inst., or suit will be commenced. 1yl.3t P. L. OOWAN. P. L. Oowan has removed to the Broosd Bdsi- nsss Orrlcs, Lscour street. PIPIFAX milE KOSICKUCIAN WEBE A SECT OF X Philosopbera who flourished in Germany during the seventeenth century, and prosecuted profound researches into Natural Science and Occult Philosophy, and sought to discover the ELIXIR OF LIFE. Although soma superstition may have been developed among them and other Alchemists in search for the Elixir Vita, yet there ia scientific truth at the bottom of all Alchemy and Astrolo gy. Tbey were impressed with the properties of HERBAL PREPARATIONS. And found dynamic and piychologlo force la the extract of certain plants. m m Jt jet" m. k Is dne to tba researches of a learned scholar of Enrope among tho archives of the Bosicracians. It is made of TWENTY DIFFERENT HERBS, Gathered at such seasons of the year when their juicea are atrongest and virtues unimpaired. lortuina a couioiuaiion unrivaiiea in ui mala ria medica. PIPIFAX Is an enemy to all corruption it assists and fortinea Nature. Ita manner of operation is to Drive to the Extreme ParU And through the pores of the skin and all emunctoriea of the body, the bad humors which molest It, giving relief even in diseases the most refractory and difficult to cure, such aa Neural. a, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick Bead ache, Nervous Weakness snd BilllousuesB. It la pleasant to the taste, mild in ita action, marvel ous in Its effects and unsurpassed as a tonic. Used aa a beverage In malarious districts It neu tralises miasma and prevents fever and ague. Bold by all Druggists, Grocers and Liquor dealers. Depot 409 Front street. Ban Francisco si 7-8 rot- D V F F 1 E L D'S HAMS AND BACON And a Full Assortment ot GROCERIES. WholesI. auad Bet 11. At PH. FELSENTHAL'8, BsjStf Main street. STOCK RANCH. A. D. MANOWW HAS IN OTTO (Wat) county, 14 miles north of Pioche, a fine A J J. gtock Ranch, where those desirous of ranching Horses and Cattle will find fine grass, water, etc. Great attention is paid to stock on this ranch, and Mr. Manown guarantees that all stock will be well taken care or, ana tnat none will stray or be stolen. Give him a call, those having Horses or Cattle to raneh. je30-3m REMOVAL. HSTEDt HAS REMOVED HIS FAHOT . DRY GOODS STORE from Lscour street to afsln street, two doors below Alexander's drug .tor., where he offere his Goods as Reasonable as Ever. -vXE ROSEWOOD. CARTED CASE AKD yj Less, Four Round Corners, Full 7 -octavo Piano, Iron Frame, Overstrun, with Cover snd Btooi; new. For sale or to rent. Apply to sul9.ll CHA8. WIKDERHOLD, NOTICE. JAMES F1NLATBON IS AUTHORIZED TO act ss my sftent, with power to collect snd receipt for account, due me. jejilm JAMES CROSAK LOST, ON 8ATCBDAT MORNING, FROM THE Hsmilton atsge, between Pinch, and tbe Four.mlle House, a Whistler PlstoL If the Under will bring It tor this office he will receive a ntting rewsra. seiti POLITICAL. pnooEBsmoB or THS (Jounty Central Commit tee of the Democratic and Liberal Party of Lincoln County, Nev. At s meetins of the .hnv mi f ... held in Pioche, Nevada, on 'be illlh of Amniu. im. It was ordered thst the time for holdlna the Democratic and Liberal Primaries shsll be SEPTEMBER 15, 1874. That at said Driniarles delemtM iu k. ed to a Oofiveutiou, to be held oa the 2 1 st day of SEPTEMBER, 1874. That the County Convention held at aaii. tint hall nominate the comity ticket fortta party, and to name the delegatea to represent the oounty AAA WS I3UMBTJ VUU TtUlilUU . The deleiiates to coniDOM the Countv Coiivmi. tlon were apportioned as follows: nocue 2i Bullion v 111.x. Dry Valley 4 Panaca . a Hiko a Highland: 1 lurado Canyuu. 3 Boas Valley 1 aa,.e valley j Muddy Uiver j Las Veaa " 1 Clover Valh-y , " t Crescent Mill "' HcLane s Kancb lower Meadow Valley. Applewhite's Baucb.. 1 Deldricb Cauvan. 1 Condor Mill 1 The following were appointed Judues and In. specters ior the various precincts: nucoe-nui. ja LaiDDcck, Judge; Martin Tarpoy and Thomaa Foy, Inspectors. Bulliunvi.le Mr. MMahon, Judge; Henry West jobn and George Hill, Inspectors. Dry Vallcy-M. 0. Belden, Judge; 0. H. Watta and E. bak-r.Inspectors. Panaca Luke Huphus, Judge; T. J.Jonea and Jos. (iilbert. Inspectors Rose Valley Wm. Jamison, Judge; John Boynlon and Hamuel rV8ton, Inspectors. Hiko C. (i. Heath. Judge; W. M. Wilson and H. Bharp, IuHpectors. Mt Lane's Uauch John Helabert, Judge; If. W. MtsLitne and (i. W. Mi-Lane Inspectors. Muddy Kivnr R. O. Patterson, Judge; Laselie and , Inspectors. Las Vegas Bobert Clarke, Judge; (no Inspect ors namod.) Clover Valley Wm. Pulsifer. Judge; L. L, Woods and H. Bergin, Inspectors. Applewhite's Baucb (Lower Mesdow Valley) A. C. Voachum, Judge; James Applewhite and Al. Liston, Inspectors. Deidiich Canyon John Castle, Judge; John Tomes and , Imtpectora. Highland James Barrows. Judge; and , Inspectors, Condor Mill T. J. Hopper, Judge: and , Inspectors. 1 Dorado Canyon Thomas Johnson, Judge; Perry Tuttle and Kyle, Inspectors. It was also ordered that in all instances where the committee failed to appoint a Judge or In spectors, tho same should be chosen by the members of the party in the vicinity, and tbat any person appointed either to act as Judge or Inspector, and who should decline to serve as such, should designate the person to act in his stead. It was resolved, that all persons in favor of the legislation suggested by the Htate Central Committee of this party with respect to freights and fares on railroads, and opposed to tbe ad ministration of V. 8. Grant, be allowed to par ticipate In the primaries above ordered. J. P. CL'BTIH. Chairman. Henbt Bivih, Secretary. sol-td STATE CONVENTION. THE BTATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF tbe Democratic and Liberal Party met at Virginia, Nevada, on the Kth of July. 1874, pur suant to call. Tbe following apportionment of delegatea to the Htate Convention waa adopted : fitorey 34 Lincoln 'ia Eureka 21 Lander l'i Elko 13 Humboldt 9 White Pine 9 Washoe T Ormsby H Nye 7 Esmeralda fi Lyon 8 Douglas Churchill 3 Totsl No. of members of Convention 156 On motion, a Convention of the party was call ad, to be held at CAltSUN CITY on tbe TWENTY-EIGHTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 11474. On motion, the following resolutions were unanimously adopted : Uesolved, That we recommend to the various Democratic and Liberal County Committees of the Btate of Nevada to appoint primary meet in iff) for tbe election of delegates to the state and Oounty Conventions in accordance with tba above atiDortloumeiit. Resolved, That cheap transportation for both articles of consumption here and articles of pro duction to be transport.! to markets, is actually necessary for tbe well-being and prosperity of the Htate, and that we favor the passage of a law by the next Legirilature regulating tbe tariff of railroad freights and fares on roads in this Htate, preventing unjust discrimination, tbusiedncing the cost of living tor our miners ai d laborers, and keeping the money amongst us in legiti mate trade, instead of sending it into the vaults of railroad companies. Resolved, That we are In favor of taxing the property of railroad companies tbe same as other property, and thst the property of railroad companies should be assessed as near its actual cauli value as other property is now asst-ssed. Resolved, Tbat all votera who are in lavor of the foregoing resolutions, and opposed to the administration of U. B, Grant, are Invited to participate in the primary elections hereby called, and to act with the Democratic and Lib eral party in the ensuing campain in Nevada. J.T. BIOBDEN, Chairman pro tern. M. B. BoHOTriKX, Secretary pro tern, j y'Jft-tf Proceedings of the Lin coln County Republi can Committee. ATA MEETING OF 1HE LINCOLN COTTN A. ty Republican Central Committee, held at Pioche, August s, 1H74, the time for holding the Republican Primaries, the election of Delcgsles to the County Convention, wss fixed for Thursday, Sept. 10, 1874. Besolved, That the Delegates from Pioche, Bullionvill and Dry Valley Precincts shall be elected at a reRular Primary Kleetlon to be heirt at a point in each of said precincts to be selected by tbe Judges of said election for aaid precinct. Polls te be open between the hours of 10 a.m. and 7 p. m. The Delegatea from each of the other precincts and places to which they sre awarded shall he eiectea oy Dmuoi or oinerwiee. auuer m nujsm-. vision and control of tbe person named as Elec tion Judge for said precinct or place, and the certificates of election of the Delegates tor the several precincts and places named ahall be signed by the Judge of said precinct or place. The number of Delegates for the County Con vention were apportioned as follows, to wit: Pioche 29 Delegates. Judge, F. A. Buck; IrRpectors, A. J. Mason and H. P. Dayton. Bullionville 6 Delegates. Judge, B. 0. How ard: Inspectors, Henry Rc baler and A. T. Moore. Dry valley 9 ittiegaie. aiunge, ts. n. urane. Rose Valley 1 Delegate. Judge, Thos. Jose. Ksule Valley I Delegate. Judge, H. K. Ohamberlaln. Clover Valley 1 Delegate. Judge. D. L. Bills. Panaoa a Delegatea. inage, a. jr. Barron. Newman's Ranch 1 Delegate, Judge. Wm. M. Newman. Bt. Thomaa 1 Delegate. Judge. Isaac Jen nings. Vegas l veiegate. tiuage, u.u.uass. El Dorado Canyon 3 Delegates, Judge George Hi Herman. Hiko and Pahranagat Valley 3 Delegates. Judge, A. W. Geer. Crescent Mill 1 Delegate. Judge, J. A, Bid well. Deidrlch Canyon 1 Delegate. Judge, James Jones. Qulnn Canyon 1 Delegate. Judge. David Service. Highland 1 Delegate. Judge, J. D. Hickox. Newark Mill-1 Delegate. Judge, P. P.Hailey. Tbe Oounty Convention to be held at the Court-house, Pioche, September 17, 1874, AtlOo'locka. m., for the purpose of nominat ing the following ticket, to wit: nine ueiegacea to tue state convention One Btate senator, Three Asaemblymen( One District Judge, One Sheriff, One Oounty Clerk, One District Attorney, " One Oounty Treasurer, One County Recorder, One County Assessor, One Public Administrator, One Oounty Supt of Public Schools, One Oounty Surveyor, Two County Commissioners, Justices of the Peace, Constables and School Trustees for the various townships. Also, to transact such other bartnees as may properly come before the Convention. Resolved, Thst tbe tout to be required of all voters at the Primary Elections of the party shsll be: , First Are you a citisen of the TJnited Slates and state of Nevada or will you be a lawful voter at the ensuing election! Second Did you vote for majority ot the Republican ticket at the last general election? or, If you did not, will you vote for a majority of the Republican ticket at the next election? D. CORSON, Chairman. Wx. V. Buior, Secretary. au-td