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SUNDAY. .ki:pt. -jo. CBANUE or OWXEHHH1P. Having aarcbaard the latrmt af Jadir Barrr la a PIIMHK OULV HETURD, Iha kaelaeae will kere- after a caadacled ajr snjaeir aala araprlrlar. P. UOl.LAND. MAVATTEI1. itnr dearly beloved friend, Sutro. lias found out that the Comstock leds has been located by squatters, and that being squatters, the locator have no ngtts, Now we want to know what Ilia locators are of a mine in these or any other re gion. They are also niuattirs. They or those throngh whom they claim bsve gone furth into tbe wilderness seeking gome locality where they thought tbey could find ground that wonld pay tbcm for working. Tbe original locators of tbe Comstock ledge found just such place, and now, nearly fifteen yean after the discovery of the rain ol this region, an uniturt journal, controlled by a cbeiuiug'adTenturer, (ays that tbe pres ent owners of the Comstock or those through whom they claim, are squatters. "We thank thee Jew," aa Shakespear sai.l, for that accusation. Now the loca tor ot the Comatock or any other ledge, are recognized by tbe Htate aud the United States Courts, na having rights distinct and apparent, that are regarded distinct and apparent, tuai are re8araeu and established by the rulings of those courts. Squatter, indeed! Who is a locator of uuy lodge in the broad urea of Nevada but a squatter? Tbe prospector goes forth, toils over steep ranges, penetrates secluded canyons, in tbe bone of finding metalliferous veins, by which be will be rewarded for bis toil aod trouble. Whether successful or not, tiie State anil the General Govern ment unite fa protecting and enabling him to establish his rights. The Sutro Independent talka ationt the locators of the Comstock, and their successors being squatters. What in the world are they and their principal, who aro endeavoring to steal from its owners tbe ledge these squatters located. That ledge was dis covered und appropriated lung before Sntro ever dreamed of living on this side of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The lead was found and appropriated long before Sutro ever s;tw it. He cauie and derived a profit from the reduction ol the mineral wealth of this wonderful vein. The riches of this lead were so great, so apparently illimitable, that Sntro conceived the bright idea of steal ing ils proceeds for his own bem-Ct. He made the endeavor, but failed. Failed like every other scheming inipostir does fail when brought into collision with the truth the hard, dry, naked lucia. Writhing under this failure, stung by the reproaches of those who bad advanced him means to carry on bis black-mailing schemes against tbe owners of tbe Com stock, Sutro, ss a dernier resort, vilifies every one who opposed him. Tbe press, Sharon, the bank ring, everybody and every one caught a share of the dirty abuse, not exceptiug the humble re porter of tho Pioche IIecokd. All are bad. All are bought. All are vile, and all are merely squatters on the led from which tbey and their predecessors bate extracted millions. Still they are nothing but squatters, and Sutro, with bis tunnel, excavated by the aid of for eign capital, are tbe rightful owners of American soil, discovered by American citizens, worked by Americans, and at tbe present time owned by American citizens. Yet they are nothing but squatters! It took the foreigner (Sntro), who cannot yet pronounce! tbe language of bis adopted country ' correctly, to find out that American citizens exploring American soil bad no ..right to the mineral riches that they discovered, but were nothing but squatters, who could be driven off so soon aa a 'native ol any other country came along with a project to appropriate tbe fruits of the labor and enterprise of Americans upon their own soil. This may do very well for a miserable news paper quill-driver liko those who con duct the Independent, lo assert, but it will not do for tho people, for tbe miners. I hey know better. They know that when the prospector strikes some lead that prove remunerative that be is entitled to the piofit of bis labor and enterprise. They also know that if after-comers appear on tbe scene and declare that tbe lead should be worked this, or any cither way, that tbese inter lopeis have nothing to do with the mutter, still less havo anything to do with the disposition of the property, that unless for its ascertained riches they would never have been seen near. The whole case may be stated in a nut-shell. The Comstock is supposed to be the richest silver mine in tbe world. Sutro does not own it. Sutro wauls (o own it. Sutro has not enough to buy and pat for a hundredth part of it, but still Sutro longs for it, and that longing has set Sutro to devise a plan for stealing it, and that is what causes him to call those who located the Comstock, and their successors, squatters. It is because he was not a squatter that Sulro is dailv upbraiding himself. . Cmt, Wan.-The Virginia Enterprise is in a funk aud takes on a good deal abont civil war. It says civil war has commenced just beoanse the DeoDla nf Louisiana are becoming tired of being rouueu ny a set ot the most rascally ban cutis that ever infested a highway, or roooeu a lien roost, have kicked the plunderers out of office. For our part we snow mat oo honest man could have formed a part of tbe Kellogg government and congratulate the people of Louisiana on getting rid of it, nuder any oircum stances, though we cau not but wish it bad been done without any violence, But no matter what happens to tbe oiti- zens of that niibnppy State, nothing can be so bad as the rule of the cowardly mietes iney nave just driven from office. 1 Virginia City they are blessed with man who can move bis ears like a mule. There are tuuuy a pair of ears eattered over the oountry having men nttaohed to them (hat ant like mules. Trig New York Hcn.l.t still advocates the Jan of a great national contention as a a means of restoring peace aud fcnp pinea to tbe distracted South, and it is a suggestion that is by no means un worthy tbe st-rioas cuusider.itioa of tbe nation at larfce. Tus ltppublicjn County ContiLtion as-sembled on Monday, September 1 lib, at the Court-house, aud organized by electing linn. V. H. Mea:ty '. bairniau acd W. T. llandlord Cltik. The follow ing are the names of the delegates to the State ('.intention: Frank Drake, W, T. Uanford, birnnel Hosier, A.C. Cleve land. II. A. Woodman, E. Woodruff, YY. Hardy and P. I Cannavan. The follow ing are tbe names of county officers: Slate Senators, Kobert Robinson and E. B. llk.enmn: Assotnulvmen, II. A. Couiiim. i. M. Gerhart. G. K. A.llib- biua. Nelson Allen and YV. H. Ford; Sher.ff, Ed. Kaum: Recorder, Wm. Tim eon; Cnun'j Clerk, W. T.lUnford; As sessor, John It. Williamson; Treasurer, William Tardy: District Attorney, J.B. Baker: County Surveyor, Major Henry (Democratic); i'nhlic Administrator, b, Meters: County Commissioners, Sam, Liddle ilo-ug term), Sam. Mosier (short term; Superintendent Public Schools, H. 8. H'-r.rk. The following were nom inated as township officers: Justice of the Peace, II. llnsb, Jr.; Constable, E. H. Morton . Tbe County Central Com mittee is composed of tbe following gen tlemen: li. llusb, Jr., W. J. Smith, H. Carpenter, Col. Johnson, T. McLaugh lin, Tom. KobinBon, It. T. Snell, N. T. Johnson, J. H. Tstlor, R. J. Moody, W. II. Dureu, J. 'L. Moore, D. W. Hastings. Ar the conclusion of tbs performanco at 0peia UouM ,ast niRllt, a palt, 1 0j men connected with the corn- ptuy started tor the summit ol aiouni Ihividson for the purpose ol illuminating the city-witb a calcium light. The party reached tbe flag-staff at half -past 12 o'clock, and immcdiateljr set about the task of lighting up their beacon lire. A large crowd on C street watched this strange spectacle with intense interest. The calcium light, snvs tbe Enterprise, resembled a very large and intensely brilliant star. At times, when turned in the right direction, the light was so stroug when Razed upon from C street as lo aazxie tbe eye aa would have been uoiie iy me sun. ine ngDt was made to assum various colors as red, blue and green. Ol thoso the red light wus the strongest when Been from the city. Tho light shed in town was not very strong, j et could bo seen very plainly when turned full upon the side ol largo buildings. The night was a magnificent one for tho experiment. There was no moon, but little air was stirring, and the sky was without a cloud. Gold Hill N.-'Ws. loth. El-rlka Cocntv KKrtnsi.ic:AX Nomina tions. Delegates to tho Slate Conven tion, Thomas Wren, Thomas Taylor, J. i.UKens, A. li. Davis, II. Paddock, D. Rosenberg, J. Mimliaiit, A. Turner; Assemblymen, Thos. Wren, Mut. Howell; Sheriff, G. Gilmorc; Recorder, R. Chase; Assessor, C. C. Wallace; Treasurer, W. Head; District Atlomey, C. G. Hubbard; for County Clerk and Surveyor, noniiua ations were ordered lo be filled by Coun ty Central Cotnmiltecj Public Adniini siouc?;. y.'Il".;, Cy Cotnmie Goldiug; Superintendent ol l5ubui .2" strnctiou, A. W. Atchinson; Connty Cen tral Committee, C. F. Horn, J.L.Smith, L. W. Cromer, A.E. Davis, D. McCann, T. Wren, W. li. Harruli, D. Rosenberg, W. Congdou, Alex. McKenzie, J. Lingen felter. H. I'enstermaker. John Marcbant Bnd Max. Oberfelder. Resolutions were adopted endorsing W. H. lleatty for Supreme Judge, the Rev. 8. P. Kelly for State Superintendent of Public InBtrtuc tion, and instructing the delegates to the State Convention to vote for them. Johu ."Z ZZ Il"K ing down the shaft of the Sierra Nevada mine. At the same time the accident occurred he was bringing in some tim- uera irom tue bottom of the shaft on tbe cage. It is supposed that tho limbers caught against tho lagging, and rolling uuuut uu uii cage, Knocked him on. What distance he fell is not known. The engineer says that bo did not feel any lightenino of tho com. Hum m found at Ihe bottom of the shaft, iu the sninp, at a depth of 440 feet, literally maHhed to a lelly. The remains were wrapped up in a blanket, to await tbe result of a Coroner's inquest, to be held tnn aiternoon. Deceased was a native of Cornwall, England, aged 24 years. A week ago he left the Savage mine and sougui employment in the Sierra Nevada LG. II. News, Kith. A nonss which had been tied to au iron shoo, such as is placed under the wheel of a quartz wagon when going down hill, became frightened on D street this afternoon, and started off at full speed with the chunk of metal flvinc tlirnnnt, tt,a . -H a , ,.,,, auu nirmiug against lilS sides. The rope was about Bix feet in length, and the piece of iron, which weighed about ten rjonndu n.i. gruzed several persons who happened to be on the street at the time. The horse rnshed frantically on, at a Mazeppa like pace, until the shoe Btruck against a quartz wsgon, on J street, breaking the rope short off and releasing the fright ened animal, who wns so badly bruised in various portions of the body that he will not be ready for use for several days Virg. Chronicle, 15th. Silvkb Crrt is troubled with burglars and night prowlers. On last Saturday night the saloon and bakery of William ' " entered and all the money in tbe drawer taken. A wiudow was forced inrougn wnicu the robbers gained entrance. On the name tiit,t ik. ry Hall Saloon was broken into and some foreign coins and rich specimens stolen vu ouuuay uigut a lodging house in the lower part of the town was robbed, and some Frenchmen who m h.,i;., wo. oociui unifies, rroperty to the amount of several hundred dollars has been stolen within a week, but no " nave rieen made. It is thought ... uu.Kinin ure iuinainen. i viro (!hi-rtninl 1 ,1 L Last evening oflinera Conic .i ti.i ien wero warning m front of Krutt schnitts liquor store, when suddenly tbe wuj oeneatu their feet and they were precipitated into the cellar eiuw. ii seems mat tbe oellar-way was covered with a trap door, and the side WhZ ,l umgei VM unsupported, when the polloemon stepped upon It it broke through. Officer Barl.tt. beino upon tne upper side, escaped uninjured, hut officer Center went sprawling down the steps for a distance of shout fifteen feet, sinking, in bis conrse, againBt a beam with his head.-Virg. Chronicle, loth. . W are colled upon to record tbe death of James Martin, which occurred at Treasure City on Tuesday lt . Hi. many friends siuoerely mourn the loss of a good man and nlouant He lingered many days after receiving injuries sufficient to have caused instant death, and bnt lillU l,n,. nni.i V... . "a euienained lor his recovery. fW. P. News, l'Jth. ' Chablks A. Dki anit self throueb the braaat lat Ti,r.A.. evening. September Wtb, with tbs inleri tion ot oommittinK aBioid. lingered until li:l! this niorninu. whtn ! ly brmthed his last. Ho was conscious until abont half an hanrkafni,. a...u -ro. h. N.ws, mi' ' ItEWS BY MAIL Kit Or.LHSs. Sent. 10. Ten thou sand unarmed citizens escorted Lienten ant Governor Penn to the State House this aiternoon. The soldiers in tna I Ulled States Custom House gave three cheers for tbe citizens. As General Og- den's malitia pafcsed tbe buil.ling tuut afternoon the mditia responded heartily. The streets are very quiet. The funeral of those killed yesterday was largely at tended to-day. A dispatch has been nt to the President requesting niui 10 recog nize the Penn government, Washington. Sept. 13. General Mc Enery in a dispatch dated yesterday, ad dressed to General McDowell, and sent to tbe War Department, says be bas not troops enougb to maintain mrostii 11 a conflict should unfortunately oecnr be tween the troops and insurgents, ana lutther, that the mere presence 01 uuoya has lost its moral effect in pretexting or suppressing disturbances. New obk, Seps. 16. The Directors ol the Texas Pacific Railroad will meet in Philadelphia to-day to consider the application to Congress for aid In com pleting that road. The proposition is, that the company in turn for a guaranty ol six per cent, interest on the bonds by Congress, shall agree to allow the Got ernmet to retain the ehtire cost of trana nnrtntinn nt trnnna and nublio stores and all received from the telegraph, and give in addition a lun on some ol lis Lest anil Wm. M. Etarts, for President, and Newton Booth, of California, lor Vice President, is the last ticket being dis mtiatA hv the Eastern rjress. The departure of tbe steamship City Peking, for San traneiseo, via the ttorn i. fm ifaa lain to the ZZd. Nirw Yobk. Sent. 14. A man named Peter Ilallock was arrested on a charge of bartering away a child, aged IJ years, to tbe keeper ol a bonBe ot ill-lame, ine child admitted that she was about to be taken away to this den by her father. Ou being urraigned in Court the Judge held the unnatural father for trial, but a writ of habeas corpus was sued out in tbe Supreme Court, and Ilallock was discharged. Tbe Judge gave as his de cision that there was no legal offense committed under the statute; that there wus no allegation that the daughter was of previous chaste character; nor was it shown that she was abducted against her will and token away against the consent of her parents. Mannkim (Germany), Sept. 11. Tbe first practical effect of tbe occupation of Alsace by Germany bas been felt. At a meeting of tbe International Board, hav-. ing charge of all matters of the Rhine, and which has just concluded its sessions in this city, all the territories through which the Rhine flows were represented, the (ormer seat of France being occupied by an Imperial Commission. Tbe policy of France baB always been to discourage all communication not indispensable be tween the two banks of the river, and it has been confined to a single point. This yeur the Board has resolved to build six bridges at various points between Basle and Niagen. Chico, Cat., Sept. 15. James B. Mc Quillan, an old California printer and editor, died this evening at Jacinto, Co lusa county, where he had gone to visit last Sunday from Chico, John H. Lee, a well known citizen ot this town died suddenly at 1 a. m. this morning of apoplexy. A passenger on the live p. m. freight train to-day committed suicide on the head. He came from iku a-,, .a his name is supposed to be E. D. Barnes. An inquest will be held to-morrow. Sacuauknto, Sept. 15. A fire, sup posed to be tbe work of an inoendiary. occurred in the Capital Woolen Mills at o:ju mis morning, causing their total destruction. The mills were started in 180N, with a paid up capital ot JluO.000, since men ine stocknolders nave paid $75,000 in assessments. The mills were bountifully supplied with tbe most au- proved machinery and contained large quantities of wool, unfinished goods und omer materials, abont all of which are destroyed. No one estimates the aggre gate loss at less than $200,000. Svlves ter Tyron, Superintendent, is one of the largest stockholders, controlling, it is said, about one-third ol tbe Block, the other principal stockholders are Julius wetzlar, w. I. Felch, Mike Pryte, Chan dler Poorman and R. T. Brown. Tbe building and machinery were insured for !f 50,000. . New Yohk, Bept. 15. The land lines in connection with the new United States Direct Cable Company are being rapidly pushed to completion. They will be completed and in working order about October luth, and will be turned over to the united States Direct Cable Company on or before Nov. 1st, when it is expect ed that the cable will be in complete wuraing order. Silvkb City, Sept. 1C The ReDubli- can primary election took place in this lu-uay, ana was warmly contested lwo tickets were in the field, one pledged ' niii, ano me omer tavorable to J. C tinzlett for Governor. Total nnm her of votea cast 2(11, of which the Haz- left ticket received 151- Klawnnnn Hi Iu Dayton the result of the election 'was as follows: Total number of votes cast ziu, or wnicu liazlett received 129; Ste. venson, 01. . New OntKANs, Sept. 17. The follow- ing dispatch was sent to President urant last night: A petition has been forwnrded to you to-day by express, Bigned by 500 of the leading merchants ui iuib cuy as loliows: We, Ihe undersigned, merchants rep resenting oommeroial intcreata in Ku Orleans, and deeply interested in tha wenare ana prosperity of the State, gladly embrace tbe recent change of KKiwuuitui uuu guarantee impartial rights to all. We lespeotfully ask tho aviupaiuy ana Bupport ol the Executive. iiurcriiur neuoggana uis followers re main in tne Oustom-bouse. The Gov. ernor appears in good spirit and la quieuy awaiting tue expiration of th. live days allowed by the President, when be expects to be restored by tbe military. He insists that he must be put back bv I 'nit.wl utnfu . . J . . . J -v. .,.,CD iiuujm Bun njaimninea ry them. . Baton Rouse turned nnt (ha K,nnnn "Mii-iaia leaieruav nna mam en tha in- r.nery omcera in the city and parish. uivingsion parisn declared for McEn. ery yesterday moraine. Ailinront a.. ishea will do the same to-day. No dis turbance has oconrred. - Shbkvepoet, Sept. 17. The Kellnoo government bas disappeared without vio lence iu Northern Louisiana. Poono prevails, and the people are now more hopeful of a prosperous future. washinotoii. Sent. 17. The Car, not meeting vesterdnv roanll in ha f., lin ing dispatch to Adjutant General Enery. "'-"'"B u x-eueraiB in ins Louisi ana War Department: Washington, D. C, Sept. 16, Under no circumstances reoouni tha nsurgent government nf T.oni.i... Within fire davs from data nf mi.n.! tion to tl 1 insurmnta Knnk .: ill be taken aa tbe emergency may rennire. lit. nr.l... f . 1. Tl , - "j - ui tup l rvsioeni, -(Signed) E. D, Townsind. Adjutant General, Ait official connt of tbs money and onchers in the State Treasury was made yesterday. Following is tbe resnll: Co'n aiQT im i Coin Touchers., Total coin and coin Touchers. , Cstrency Currency Touchers " KW.m M f 2S.SM 87 MM 00 Total currency and currency Touch- crs...,. a on q-o a? Bonds belonging;! the Htita gchool Fund.... $104,000 00 Carson Appeal, Jfitb. AM rltAKCIkCO STOlS HtPUHT. 8a FaajKruca. RentMntwt 19. 1 8ATVKDAV8 BAUS. rr.O Opair-30 W II Sbtt SOU 31 l-IUOonld a Carry at tf WbJiSWO 41S Beat a BelchT-J S3 H SI neSat(i-M6S6i esban lSuSCbuUar putoai e6H SSTOTOt 9H :aj Hale a Norrnjaa-an Ml 4 H It 1iOtuwd Point W C4Uft Wti'0 ftl V H OH t! 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CRAIGVE. 1)1.1 1 li t Jade . CORSON .AN'DV riFR Cnnly Clerk.,.. -P. U. MILLER .11. P. DkTTON .J. IV. WRIGHT Count)- Kerordr. ...H. C. tHAPIN Diet rt Attoine)- J. c. FOSTKH fount)- Knrveynr.. R. O. NCHOFIELD . Couuty Cotnmlaalonerat V. A, BUCK ..A. P. BARRON SHierliitendnt or Public School., ' ' K, WILMARTII. - PIONEER Sale and Livery Stables CIOOK CO. ABE AOA1N AT THEIR J old stand on MKAnow V-ir.i.irvi HTHEKT. aud would mnflt FpatiM-tfnllv 6 Inform then1 old frlendn and the public, First-class Turn-outs Buggies and Saddle Horses. STOCK K33XT OH Roasouable Terms, And satiaftctioa (usrsnteed in every instance. myis.tf COOK a CO. $50 REWARD ! LOST BKTWEKN PIOCHE AND TBE ALPS mine, Flask of Quicksilver. The sboTc reward will be paid on lit return to lrl-lt W. L. PRITCHAJ1D. w. w. usaop a. m. unai. Bishop k Sabin, . ATTORNEYS AT LAW, stain Street. Ploehe, selK-lf Lincoln Cotrnty, Kev, DENTISTRY. ART 0!E FAVORINO ME WITH their natronam tnST exnertl every effort to be made to make alt' opeianona aa perfect as pouible. Omoi: Main street, pioche, next door to Bslpln a. (apatf) t. a. NICHOLS. E ASKING HOUSES WELLS, FARGQ & CO.'S PIOTHK. . Xf V ABA. U, jposalta, rtccclrcd On I'ara Arroant.er C.-rtlWtt of IWpostt laaued, l'ajalk-1 lH-lt.and. Bills cf Excbauec Telegraphic TraD6fer KF.tV lllltK, sa m.tsrwro, UUKTON, miiti.(i, f4T. LtltlS. And all the Prim l.l Kaatera i tiles, and on any point in 1'aaada. Errhana Prn on Irrdrr. PnMln, Paris, Berlin, and all the Fiincinal Uti el Europe. CURRENCY Eoucht arxcrl Bold. And Advanrrt Made Therron. CollectionB and ' ' CommiBsioiM Of all klnda neented promTtly In all parts of ine intted Mates, runpe and tne latiiuu. In eonneetlon with the abtiTe, wc are now pre pared to do a regular Murk Brokerage BaaUieas, BTJ-S A 1ST ID BEXjXj STOOES Strictly on Commission. ' Aaacaaraeata . Palii aatt ' Dlvtdesttls Collecten Advanree Made an Stacks, J. M. SEIBERT, myae-tf Agent. THE STATE BANK OF NEVADA, Boara af Dlractorai JOBK V. EELLET.. President CHAg. A. WlKDtllHOLD.. Vice President CHAR. A. WlEtEItnoLD...i...i secretary JOHN OABBEK J. W. V. R1GHT, H. 8. Ll'IiBOC'Ka A. BEOWN, ' HAR1IY I. THOBNTON. Altornr) at T11OUNT0N, EEIXEYk OAlUiEB T-vEPORlTS HECEIVID, ETTHER ON OPEN 1 account or to iaaiie oerttncatca therefor pay- uu ueuiajiu. I.XCI1ANOK DRAWN IPO.N NEW YOEK auJ BAN FKANCISCO, And ntlu-r principal cltlfa of the V. 8. Also npon ' LONDON, DUBLIN, I'ARIS, BEKLINJ And all of Uie prinvli; elites of Europe. Currency Bought and Sold. Collections Promptly Made. Railroad and Mining Stotk Bought itiM CM mi r Money Loaned on Stocks. -s Corresiondents I LAIDLAW k CO.. Aecntaof lUe Bank I of California. New York BANK OF CALIFORNIA, and) U. l.AIUAJl & CO.. HtiKkt Ban Brokers . Jal-tl. i. W. WBIUIIT, Bank Manager. BOOTS 4 SHOES, K. v. aiaaroa, r, PcBtt'Eiara Boots, Boots, Boots. MORTON & SIIlltI(,ER, Meadow Valley Mrerl, Opposite Driter gtables, A RE PREPARED TO MAKCFACTI BE ALL jTV kind, of aupertor Custom-made Boots. Nailed, Peiwed. Bcnewed or 8uwed, from the beat brands of French Stock. MINING BOOTS their Kurclally. We -will guarantee our f ewed Fn-nch Call Boots and Gattern to be equal to any ever made In the Btate. A GOOD FIT WARRANTED, OR NO BALA, PARTICULAR ATTKNTIOW REPAIRINO, paid to 7"Our Price will conform to tho Times. MORTON oV Rt HlVEItiKR. myU-tl WOOD CONTRACT. Orrn-EnrTHt CoiyrrCLF-Ki, . Lincoln County, Nevada, I Piooux, Sentember 7. In7l I VOTTCE 18 HEREBY GIVEN, THAT BKALED o. "oiwsaiawiil be received at this oUce for Thirty Days from Date. For the delivery to tho county of 100 Cords of Wood. T ,our, '" lonK. fne. cut i sassonea, to be delivered Imme diately, CO Cords at tha (Vnirl. k,u..i '"I at th. v., ti. ouraa , , . " i-aymenc lo be made forthe same out of the General v,,,,. r...j one-third to be paid lor upon the dellverr of -mi6 10 whom tbe contract may be awarded will be required to Ale a good and snmeteot bead for the faithful rrto?msn f X ! aiujid.110"'' fscrve tho right to reject any and By order of the Board of County Commi. sloners seU-toc7 P. B. MILLER Clerk. NOTICE. A MEETINO OP THE STOCKHOI nina DiteIrlLP.m,0.ih Pnrpoae of electing Ulreotora for the Bank for the .n.nin. .... " The annual meeting will take place oatho . ist of October. At 4 o'clock p. m. 0. WIEDERH(lLI), Secret.! Pioche, Bept. 11, 1874. BOYS 8E,,D,,.5 CE,iT. AND BE- . .'i1 YOSO FOLKS, an Send now, to our Tonus Polks, Kanaaa City, Mo. CLOTHING, GEOCEEHS, ETC. SELLING OFF .AST COST. O I B WflOUt STOCK OF GOODS, COM 1 Irimg ft tic-ne rl aVMortnM-u- ot MERCHANDISE, It off rr3 from ttU day at rot. AtuoDKft llwra la a aplendid fc-.ortmt.it trf CLOTHING, BOOTS, HATS, CROCKEBY, GLASSWARB, HARDWARE, LIQUORS, and GROCERIES. Partitain Bnllknvlllr. Pry Valley and othfr loralillMi lavins in mpplira, ran aavr m.aM-y by buyina tn.u ua, iriu an. deteruitaed la rloaa aut th entin sot-k as qaitc-k aa pa. Tha property ia alao for salp. A good oppor tunity ta oAvred to invaal In a Good Business Property. The atcre haa all the nerefMir flitwea for a general merehaiidiae buKiDewi, with two bed ruouiB attached, and tint claaa FIRE-PROOF CELLAR. Tha lot Is latin enoneh fev a dwcllina In tbe rear of the ttore. B4-1W 8. ASHIM & BRO. MIS0ELLAKE0U8, ICE! ICE!! ICE!!! CRYSTAL ICE DEPOT. McALPIN'S 8ALOON. Meadow Valla jr S., Plorhe, PAETIOULAE ATTENTION PAH) tTO SUPPLYING PAMILIE80 ice Delivered to any Part of the City! 0 ALL. ORDER1 PROMPTLY PILLED W, H. WILSON, Ageal T-sTJJVrTI TTFt . , LDMEEIl I SHERWOOD II BRO. MAIN STREET, PIOCHE, QA. SUtPLt ....or., ALL llVCB HIK1HO AMI BUILDIKQ LCalLEB. SAVED TlVIBEtt, . uewku TIMBER A HP. POLES. CALIFORNIA Ll'MLEK, REPWOOD and BCGAR PINE, - MOCLDINGB and BHINOLEB, DOOKB and WINDOWS Etc! AliM). BTOVE-WlKID. avy leicll, and site, a SkaWtllVnaAJltaV IMIM, feb,l.U J- U' K,CK- Champagne Cider Pt'T ft BY J. G a FORTMAN, Lower Slain Nti ret. Opposite Sherwood Lunibi r Yard. rjHERE 18 AL80 A Vinegar Factory Connected with the estaMiabnient. viurr M-r iioxen 94.00 iuer per gallon kjr llie tjarrel... 75 VlneKar per Bal. hy (he barrel.. All Orders) P,IOMPTL,V ATTENDED TO In Pioche or nulUonville. J. 11. FORTMAN, J"4" Proprietor, NOTICE To Families and. Restaurants. W BE MAKING AT OCT DAIRT IN . cpiiug vauay a nrst-nta article of. BUTTER. We are now prepared to deliver every Thnra- tVb . iT V . "s ritr-BH BUT- . , , .. ....jr. iw ooiainen at Emerson V egetable store, Vosa" Building, Main etreet. , P. A, BrCK. ' P.b..,nn.lS:m4. B-til' J1S. S. SMITH & CO., STOCK BROKERS. SABLN'S BRICK BUILDING MAIN , STRUCT, ; BUY AND SELL STOCKS STBICTLY . un wuajjlllBSlUJN, , , ASSESSMENTS PAID, ' mvi.DKNUH COLLECTED, CHECKS DISCOUNTED, DRAFTS ON SAN FRANCISCO Received for Collection, and Return Promptly Made. . pSkbItSn?"00 Bro""-"- WOODS NOTICE. NOTICE IS 1IEREBY GIVEN, THAT AI I M-0''.?'"."? "1? Mnt M"'ct, of Messrs. H . Abedie k Bm, are thia dav te. ferred to McCullourt k Wood whom '.iTIet counts must be paid through their agent. H H Breakey, Laconr street, near Main, and he alone U authoriaed to collect. Settlement must bt made at once. '.. ' at. ABADIE at CO. tm.i. . . , "eClILLOCQH k WOOD. Pioche, Nev.. July 30, 17. hn.lm 820 REWARDT CT"A.V MMt PATTERSON'S STATIOS p September 9, 1874, one Dark Iron Gray Ponv branded on left l nip with three atraight mwka" SStraS " l0We' elKl' " tk CroV: foot brand. a.i... FREIGHTERS. . PR1TCHARD S : RECULAR FREICHT LINE FBOkf PALISADE, via IUREXA t. PIOCHE. W. U PHITCUABD, Prov'r. Time from 10 to 14 lays, Mark f ooda ft of PrHrkard, Pallaada JDIanond No Fciwaidicg Cbargei 1 Ihu Line! 0 " Offlre, Coraar af Pioche asida' !S-tl tSAKK C. MlNRBtlL, Apct. IT. 3? TVs" A T. "V, FORWARDINC ....AHD.... lOMMlSMOUlERMl WHOLESALE DEAIER Flonr, Grain, i General Merteto, TOANO (CP. E E.) NEVADA, Will Receive and Forward Freight to PIOCHE ' ....AUD... Ill Pads cf Eastern Nevada ;...iin..,. . Idaho Territory, YVrra dispatch and at Lovtrst T V Oolng Bales, slsrk Qoods Cara P. F. Mara. Tea mo, Nevada. . s,,TU. FELBENTBAX, Agent at Ftocbs. SherilTs Sale. Bt VIRTTE OP AN EXECUTION IggrH) out of tne Diatfict Court In and for Uw CVjunty of Lincoln, Btate of Nevada, and to at directed and delivered, ft a Judgment nnemd in said Couit on the 90th day of May, i. D. 1874, In favor ot Mas Ordatein and ErnafiiiMk. dorfer and leainat Charles Goedcckt, Qeoige stiller and Charlea Bear, for tbe roasta hundred and eighteen 60.100 frold cola AUun debt, toKether with nioely-Hl 60-100 dollintu coats, and all accruing coata and lnteren,lm levied on the followtna properly, to wit: Two Oold Wa tehee and Chains. -Notice la hereby Riven, that on Wednesday, tha itetb slay af Aagait, A. D. 1"I4, St 1 o'clock M.,lwill aril all the right, and interei.t of said defendants, or either ot tuero, In and to the sliove described property, at the Court Bonne door, in Pioche, Nevada, at public auction, for clxh in hand, to Ik highefct and bt-r t liiduVr, to satisfy said eiecn. lion and all costs. W. B. TRAVIS, Bheriff. By J. 8. Boas, Deputy Sheriff. au21-td n UslAvdCit ffaaafnVala"l OTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT 1 HAVS ieretvc-d the ArweaiiiurDt Hull md Oriiiliiat Liht of iToiH-rty for the yer lfH4 from lb Arntpwor nf Lincoln county, Nevftdt, and the Mine it now in my offlrc for public iwpeotion. The Board of Kquallntion mebt it th.'ir office on Monday, September 21, 1874, For th purpose of eqimlizluR Mid roll, md will continue In rpsion from riiy to day until ntd IncludinK Monday, Ch 5th Hay of October, A. D. 187., and all ppntona having object loni to make to said awvupuif nt muat prtsent tho Bim to said Hoard while In aettiion. P. B. UILLEB, County Ch rV ami ex-offlcio Cltrk of tbe Board of Equalization, live be, IS. v., Hept. 14, 1874. B.5-30a THE TAX ; PROCEEDS of the MINES Quarter Beginning April 1,1874, and Ending June 80, 1874. T OTICE IS HEREBY GIVSN THAT TDK i Tales on the Proceeds of the Minea for Ilia quarter ending June HO, IOTA, are now due and pajahle at ihe ifhcc of the Aarenor, at the Court-house. The law In regard to their collection will I strictly enforced. au'ii Jw O. P. eilEBWOCD.AHeetor. DEXTER LIVERY ST1BIE, Meadow Valley Rtreet, PIOCHK, ...NEVADA. GEO. C. JOHNSTON, PROPRIETOR. CONSTANTLY ON llAND ASD TO LET 0 ahort notice Teams, BuViiea and Saddle Horse At Lot Rstes. ' ' Stock Boarded by the diy or weik, and rue fully groomed. ' " an30-tf Copartners hip Notice. MB. P. J. KBAfSK HAS THIS DAY BEEI Admitted s partner in onr Arm. , . J. LHVUt k CO. Pioche, September 1, t814. ii-i t Customers formerlv rninll. will. Va.t.ni Papers and Masazlnea riU, b-mm.... nla auod. n the Poatomce, will in the future receive t aam ai ine store of . i .J. LEV1M CO, ' j i . set sw Hiiu atrret. LOST. A PROMISSORY NOTE FOB THE StTat S3O0. dated P.. a im. ..a i OF doe April 15. 1871. draan 1, J,;.. 'ts,.nr.ller and P. T. Coleman, and payable to H. D. R crana or bearer. All persona are hereby can ttoned against negotiating the same, ss payment has been stoppid. , . . H. D. HOSECRAirs. Pioche, August 0,1874. aul-tf IKE PHILLIPS. Proprietor Sample Rooms, West (bun street, snd The Psrlor, East Haln street, -Whalrsals a ad Retail Dealer TIUlr,,'R,T BRANDS OP WINES, WH16 I KIE8. BRANDIES AND HAVANA CIOAR9. tureka, Nev. . . Kg-tf REMOVAL, . H,SIJ,M JP8 REMOVED HI8 FANCY DRY annnu a. , to lialn .treet, two doors below Alexander's diug Wore, where he offers his a Goods as Reasonable as Ever. LOST..-: 'Vv ON SATURDAY MORNINO. FROM Tile Hamilton stage, between Pioche snd the Four-mils Rmii. . m w... i , i. .he ? wl" ' ofllae he will receive utuug rawsra. sel-ti mrw. ' '