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BY TELEGRAPH!! .SEPT. 30. 11174. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS AND DEPARTOBEJ DEPABTUUEr. PT nuvu ft co. 'a iiauiltox like: viu Van Buki-lin and wife Mrs HiMebrantH V w llianop a"" O Glufried aud wife Os Friday the water company bad their moo at work on Cedar street, en- eaced in repairing the water-pipe. Dur ing the absence of the workmen some young hoodlums busied tbemHlres in damaging the pipe by making boles in it and causing an nutrelootoe flow of waste water over the premises of the residents in the neighborhood. Now we eire these young hoodlums fair warning, that if tbey attempt to indulge in any more of these tricks tbey will be arrested and every ffort to have them severely punished. The citizens of l'iocbe are not at all likely to put up with the out rages of a few miserable, mischievous hoodlums, and the best thing the latter can do is to take warning forthwith; otherwise some of their number will be made an example of that will not be for gotten. Hoodlumisui may do in San Francisco, but it will not flourish in Fioche. To-mobrow evening commences the most solemn fast known to the Hebrews. From the setting of the sun this evening to the same time to-morrow the most rigorous fast is enjoined. On this day feuds, troubles and disagreements are usually settled and condoned. Prostrat ed before the altar of the Most .High of the Great I Am, each individual owns his inniRnincance and endeavors to as aauge all angry feeling upon the part of his brethren, and oiler the means of re conciliation. , , , . . t Cosvintion. To-morrow the "nnter rifled" will meet in convention. Candi dates are quite numerous and present very available timber from which to select a good ticket. We have no mora interest in this than we had in the Re publican Convention, we only desire that good and reliable candidates may be presented on cither Bide, so that who ever may win that the people may be well served. Kicovkrijio. We are particularly gratified in being able to announce thai on friend Dr. Deal is likely to speedily mover (rom the effects of his fall. Tba dangerous symptoms have all rlisnn. penred and we expect that the Doctor will soon be around as nsnal. To state this gives us great pleasure, as Dr. Deal is one of our most valued and esteemed citizens, . YtsTsrwY Qov. 3. 8. Crossman left for the West. He is a candidate for the position of Lieutenant Governor, an office which he heretofore most credita bly filled under the administration of Governor Blaisdell. Gov. Crossman has for a long time been a resident of Pioche tnd by his upright conduct and straight forward fair dealing has indeared him self to all with whom he came in oon tact, and thus made many friends in this the Eastern portion of Nevada. A Dibti Caitiff. Yesterday, a miser able apology for a man, Gilbert Koycroft byatme, was accused iu the Justice's Court of tampering with girls of a tender ag. ne was found guilty, sent to jail iur an uitiuiua ana requirea to pay a fine of $"00. A man auiltv of ao wile a crime ought to be punished with the ut most severity of the law. Goixo. Our friends D. M.Tvrrell and James Cronan leave Pioohe this morning en route for Winuemucca, to which place tbey are bound us deleautea to the lU. publican State Convention, Without snv reference to nartv matters ara filad that the 'Pubs aelected two auch re- ipectanie and honorable men as their representatives. Mas. Tibooossj will to-day prepare a iplesdid dinner at the Star Restaurant. on Fpper Slain street. All the delica- vies oi toe senson that the culinary art can prepare will be served In profusion, jnd those who want a real good dinner naa about as well be on hand. We in tend onrseif to partake of the Rood cheer provided at the Star Restauraut. Thr Day or Atonement. All the stores owned by members of the Jewish persuasion will be closed this evening at snnaown and remain an until the same in to-morrow evening. The cause of this rigorous exclusion is the observance of the most solemn fust enjoined by the Jewish faith. , . Tart Israelites will celebrate the Da of Atonement from sundown to-day till uuaowu to-morrow. Servioes will be in the Odd Fellows' Hall at 0:30 P- m. to-dny, and also during to- tuiiuzATios. To-morrow the County Commissioners meet as a Board of Equalization for the purpose of passing ue assessment roll. Those who have ""F'iuis to make had better be on Purr, or Ssavicit.-PendinK the ereol 7" 01 new church, the services of Sn .utho,io Church will be held on --u,a ln loo uonrt-honae at 10' , a.m M Afi. m. WamicT Coukt meets to-morrow for purpose of hearing applications for -"uraiizaiion and such other business uuoi De deferred. evicts inn Episcopal Chcbch. Morning service at 11; Sunday-school as allf.'; eTeniR service at 7,. Beat ueury b. Badger, Keotor. parties holding checks on Wells, uo., drawn by F. W. Clute, CJr611 " t the State i nevada for payment. 34 F.W.Clute. The shipment of bullion for the week Fsrgo & Co our advertising columns will be X'1!? no,inee. of the Kepublican t0ntj Convention. Counto.-Joh,, Q'Donghty left Hamil- jesiernay for Pioche. Taosn suffering the stings and i 01 OUtraoenn. t , can procure the ru-'Oi'at Pan streftt ovi x anaca naioon, ajaconr n c, t wub j. rice i une llitl I . u to Alkxahukb, Main street, op- r " "wool, for your drags. my2tf hi iT "'"""oratio primary election, ..JuT look Pa n this oitj yesterday. liXr." . deal of interest. Two and T i own 'espectively as the Kling & OT tioke,' wm field, the ticket 0I" ""nUiD8 in 'Tor ' Taylor h'on m v gn' WM n,d on tn v i the nnmtnAtinn Inr flAnnh ASMUn.. j " Go,."' "u we are not aware tbt the sorl,tOT8hiP-nln I mat. fn.M"o in the Democratic pri SuiL . II0D" other oountiea in the tAnsthTi. .!T7 "S"" ta " fl8bt- -""wuir, mm. 8VXDAV. PSOIAL TO III PIOOBK DA1LV BKOoai. Eastern Dispatches. oep,. xno moraine papers publish replies of the opposing Governors. rf Tntelna ... j- . e asking if tbey would be willing to resiim and abide by the result of a new election McEnery says I am willing to resign if mKB .8m, wUU iU8 nnaerstandini there will be a new election. I have n! personal aspirations to subaerva ti, shall be sunk out of sight in my efforts to bring about a healthful solution of our uu.unuuiuB aimcnities and an honest and stable Government, acceptable to all classes of our citizens. Kellogg, iu hi, "P'r- y: First, That McEnery is the wiuumuw iur uovernor and has nothing to resign. Second, That no ueeueu inaamncb as the State Constitution provides for an elec tion of members of the Legislature earlv in November next, and the Leoili.. then elected will have it within their iu ruiuTH any nr nil evictl.,,. a... officials aud supplying their places with men of their own choice. Kellogg eon oludes as follows: That If we cai have a peaceable election in November next the result will show most conclusively i think that McEnery was not elected to the office to which he tnnke. .nh sistent claim. aiF,"vRlrK?' M,- 8tPl-19 -Granite Mills'.No. 1, in this place, burned thi. morning just after operatives begun work. It is said there is a fearfnl losa of life. Latkb Abont 7 Are broke out in the Granite Mill No 1 on Twelfth and Bedford streets, but owing to some misunderstanding in re gard to the location of the Are, the fire men did not reach the scene till the flames bad made fearful headway, and the entire department was summoned. As far as can be learned under the pres ent excitement, the fire originated in the lower or fourth story and an attempt was made to extinguish it with bucks of water, and the door leading to the spool room, which opened south on the lower staircase, was elosed to keep back em ploye" and prevent a panic, bnt when the flames gained such a headway, it was useless to stay them. The escape of the girls in the spool room was cut off, and becoming terrified, the poor creatures rushed lu a body for fire-escapes, but the roaring flames and blinding smoke which poured Into the room forced them to the northeast end of the apartment, where there were no niennu of wan r.n by this lime had become suffocated, and plhers, preferring death by falling to the ground, sprang recklessly from the winaows, and were picked op mangled, bleeding, dead and dying. The excite ment was terrible, and everv mill nearl. emptying its contents to swell the sympa- .u.uK ,.iuwu. - mi me meaicai men tn the oily were promptly on hand; wagons, mattresses, stretchers and all hospital paraphernilia promptly furnished and the dead, dying aud anfferina nrnmntlv attended to. It is certain thirty or forty lives, nearly all girls, have been lost. Paoiflo Coast. - 8a Francisco. Bent. 19. A comes off at the Bay District Fair this afternoon between Frank Lawton's trot ting horse Edgar, and a four-year old colt, name of owner not given, for a puree of $2,000. It promises to be a very interesting contest. Herman Apoel who tried tn kill Mm. self by taking poison yesterday, will probably recover. Ureenbncka unchanged. The proposed trottina rana ( rui,l.l Park did not oome off yef0rdMj, uml the forfeit money was paid. lue steamer van Conver. which ailed to-day for Yokohama and Hong kong, took 479 passengers and $3D,r(U iu treasure. There were 72 deatha.io this city dur ing the past week, bnt only two from scarlatina. . The case of T. J. Marks. ex-Hurbor Commissioner, convicted of embezzling, was called iu the Municipal Court to-day on motion for a new trial, but was con tinued until Monday next. Sam f bancibco, bent. 18. S. 8. Bam- burger, of this city, accomplished a re- maranuie leat oy writing on one side of a card lonr and a half inches long by three iuches wido the eutire financial speech of Senator J. P. JoneB, of Nevada, consisting of (4,01)6 words. The card is to be forwarded to President Grant. The Mansfield Ditch and Hrdrnlio Mining Company was incorporated lo ur. Capital, J-3,000,000. The Excelsior Onicksilver Minins Company, Sonomo county, was incor porated to day. Capital stock, $500,000. iios anqkles, Sept. 19. From San Fernando, yesterday, 200 bars of bullion were received. . Heavy fires are reported in the moun tains nt the month of te Bun Gabriel Canyon. ' Hefugio Miiuos, the man accident ally shot on the train last Thursday, died last night. v. li. Caldwell returned from a visit to the Panamint mines to-day and Rives glowing account of them, lie is an old miner and brought iu some rock from the Wonder mine, which will pay $1,000 per ton. There are two Wonder imnew--the iacob Wonder and Stewart Wonder, both ou the same ledge. Tbe Jacob's mill will be running soon. A larg amount of rich rork has been taken out of the Jacob Wonder, probably 200 tons, and is nt tbe mill ready to be crushed. There are 300 or 400 men iu the oami). , . ualdwell returned by the Alojave and Cajon Pass route, and bis testimony that tnat ronte is tne nest selected over wnicn to build a railroad. At Martin's Station e met H. A. Jones with a Urge party, alao eight ieud of horses for the pony express between Panamint and San Ber nardino, .i r- The steamer Orizaba sailed this after noon for Kan Francisco with 100 passen gers, i ' Mahysvilli, Bent, rj. mere was a good attendance to-day at tba dosing race.' the Brat was live miles out, oe tween L. B. Ayers' Genevieve and John MoCrns' Allen. The betting was. all on Allen. Tbe time made has never been equalled by any five-mile raee over this course. The horse took the lead and trotted the entire distance under a strong poll, making the 'first mile in i-biy,. second 2:53'4, third S:59;, fourth S06 and fifth 8:48. tbe whole five miles in 14:B3'4, Tbe second race was Detween MoDonald's Jim Berry, Cook's Warrior and Suner'a Lanoet. . It was a alow raee, though considerable money changed hands, lianoet won the first money m three straight beats, distancing botn horses on the third beat. Many eattle exhibited here were taken to the State Fair. This cloaea tbe lair, ViadlNlA Cinr. Nev- Sent. 19. The Rennblican Conntv Convention met this morning at 10 o'clock, The legislative ticket nominated la in favor of Mr. Sharon for United States Senator to aoo oeed Hon, Mm. M. Stewart. ' "- ' . Tbe Democratic primaries tooa piace to-dav. Three tickets were in tbe field. The 'ticket favoring Hon. Thomas 1L Williams for U, B. Senator, camea me day. JAMES NESBITT, COMMISSION MERCHANT. . , Doalera tat Produce, Groceries and Provisions. leswaw Mala strMt, FlMka. JaS-tf Daily Stage Line, Pioonm . ....TO.... HAMILTON, AND HALF-DAILY FROM -aniLTON TO KOUINNON HCHEIX CREEK. AND AND TliI-WEEKI,y FROM HAMILTON TOJHEEEY OEEEK. TEAVIS & 00., Proprietor.. Th. Three 1.1b., newly Stocked with rtne AMERICAN HOR8B8 and new CONCORD COACHKH. bUUfea lfavi PH.v. ti.ii . . cje conoectton with Z"uSiSSZ Olllce t Wella, P.rKo . Co. 'a. n'il-tf SOUTHWESTERN STAGE LINE. PIOCHE ro SALT ; LAKE CITY. HUGH WHITE, - ' PROPRIETOR. , VT THROUGH TO SALT LAKE IN 55 HOURS COTA.!. IJSD Fillmore, - V -i -- scipio, Nophl, - Pay son, Provo, and With Bnucb Una from en, niv.r.Ide to North Star, Mliaersvllle: Heaver, ParowoM mmd 81. George. Stages teara alteraaU days at S A. M. Office at Wvlla, Vnrga t Co. 'a. . nJI.tf MIS0ELLAKE0P8. FULKS As MoALPIlf. J IMPORTERS, (WBOLUALI US "IT All. DXALFJU IS Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars, Proprietors Cosmopolitan Naloon, Meadow Valley Street, " Am also raa CITY CLUB ROOMS. On Main Street. THE PROPRIETORS TAKB PLEASURE IS iufdnninit old patnma and new ones lliat they will cuullnne, aa taeretofure, to keep THE FINEST "WIIMEaS, TjIQUOBB AUD CIGAnH IN TUIS MARKET. aiJD-lf J. & CO., MAIN STREET, P0:BIC : NEVADA. IMPORTERS AiTO DEALERS IN STOVRH, CROCKERT, OLARS. W ARK, and HOC8R fl'RN. IHIIl.e GOOIIN, Manufacturer ut Ui'pper, Tin aud Sheet-Iron Ware, Plnmlwn, Hteam and Oae Fitter,. ARE WOW PREPARED TO COK. kvnet tut Air Pine. Hlow.-ii. VnrntM Pip, Lift Ftui.pt, kc,t of oy required din and Aim AffentH for th OAlebrkteil Rnika PtAnt Oook gtoToa. ap4-tf D. C. CL.ARK& BROTHER STONBJ STORE, I.OWKK MAIN STIiKKP. PIOCHK, NEVADA, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DHI.CIU nt GROCRKIKM, PROVIHIONr4, '. .., POWDKR, RCSK, AND QKNEUAL MEUCHAXDI8E. mylK.t( JOHN ROEDER, STONE STORE, WEST SIDE LACOTJB. STREET, PIOCHE CITT, NEVADA, Dealer in Groceries, Pro visions and General Merchandise. Highest price paid for Country Produce, surh as Potatoes, Eggs, Batter, ete. jet-tf JACOBS As SULTAN, Pioche A Bullionville. Whouuali am Bbtaii, Dialx-m nt GENERAL MERCHANDISE, ETC. Particular attention paid to COUNTRY ORDERS. TO RENT, THE ntTn.PINO O MAIN street, adjoining Mrs. Btanton's residence, and fbrmerlT used tbe as Record printing office. For particulars, inquire at tbe Record publication othee, Lacour atreet. near ataia. . auw-u $250 REWARD! A REWARD OF 2W WILL BE PAID FOR 7V the arrest and delivery to the 8herlff of Lincoln county, or one of hu Deputies, of n George Lambert, - ALIAS THE FLYING DCTCBMAN, Who escaped from the Pioobe Jail oa the even ing of the 1'th Inst. The following is a description of the escaped neiaoner: About S feet 8 rnohea blah. SO rears of age, stout built, slightly bow-legged, large Roman nose, short dark hair; waa dressed as follows when last seen: Black sack coat, black felt hat, llgat pams ana wnite snirc. K.J. TRAVIS. Deputy Sheriff of Lincoln County. Pioche, Nev, August 30, 1874. - . ault-tt NOTICE. COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE Icxiftting between tbe niidenigiKd, tmder . j"V. IU.1. rt- tno nrm, -" v Usc. Dri w., k tbti d7 diwolwd by mntual consent. Chan. Htein li anthorisfd to collect all bill owing the lite Arm, and will alao pay all nil In due by aaid ICHAH. STEIN will eontlnse the botlneu a ,h.o.d-aud...t.,.cHAgtTi!w B.N. T0ITM4N. pioche, June 1, 1S74. Jea-tf LUBBOCK'S 3 Cheap Cash Market, Formerly anown as I lie City Meat Martrt MAIS 8TBKET,. .... PIOCHE. KEVADI, Neat to Frank heeler k Cv'a. rlIIIS MARKET WHL TR OTKKED On Wednesday Morning, I BB Slid 1NHT., accommonatton of the pnl.lir, ilh a tin naoninem m aieata of the very beat qual- At Half thePresent Rates. Tlio Patronage of Caah Cuatomera la rrapect- iuiij auiiciua. Meat Delivered at Any Pari of Town. Leave your orders. , WM. Bt. Lt'OBOCK, Prop'r. ' July 19.181,. jjlv.u COMPULSORY EDICATM A. INT TO COMPEL CHILDREN SCHOOL. TO ATTEND Approved February 1, 1873. The People of the State of Nevada, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as folio wa: Section 1. Every parent, guardian, or other peraon in the Bute of Nevada, haviua control and charge of a child, or children, between the aRes of eight and fourteen years, shall be re quired to send auch child, or children, to a public school for a period of at least aliteen weeka In each school year, at least eiirtit weeks of which shall ba conaecutive, unleaa auch child, or children, are excused from auch at tendance by the board of School Trustees of the school district in which auch parent or guarriiana reside, upon its being shown to their satisfaction that the bodily or mental condition of such child, or children, has been such as to prevent his, her or their attendance at school, or application to study, ibrthe period required, or that such child, or children, ire taught In a private school, or at hoine, in. auch bran, boa as are usually taught in primary schools, or have aheady acquired the urdinary branches of learning taught in tie public school: provided, in cae a public school shall not be taught for the period of sixteen weeks, or any part thereof, during the year, within two miles, by the nearest traveled road, of tho resi dence of any person within the achool district, he or she shall not be liable to the provlsiuua of thia act. Sec. 2 It shall be the dutyol the Board of School Trustees of each school district iu this State, on or before the first Monday iu Septem ber in each year to furnish the principal of each public achool taight In such district with s lint of all children, resident in tlio school district, between the ages of eight snd fourteen yearn, said list to be taken from the report of the School Census Marshal. At the beginning of each achool month thereafter, it shall be the duty of tbe principal ol each shool in such dis trict to report to the Board of School Trustees of such district tho names of all children at tending school during the previous school month: when. If it shall appear at the expira tion of four school months, to tbe Board or School Trustees, that any parent, guardian, or other person having charge or control ot any child, or children, shall have failed to comply with tho provisions of this act, the Board ahall cause demand to be made upon such parent, guardian, or other person, for the amount of the penalty herluaftcr provided; when, if auch Parent, gualdian, or other pemou shall neglect or refuse to pay the aame within live rir tt?c the maUna of swrb demand, the Board ahall onniincnoc proceedings, in tho name of the school district, for tbe recovery of the fine here inafter provided, before ary Juaticeof the Peace in the township in which said achool district is located; or, if there shall be no Justice of the Peace therein, then before the nearest Justice of the Peace in the county. Sec. a. Any parent, guardian or other person fa.viuti enntrui charge of any child, or chil dren, falling to comply with the proviatonsof this act, shall be liable to a Hoe of not loss than fifty dollars, nor more than one hundred dollars, for tbe una offense, nor less thau one hundred dollars, nor more than two hundred dollara, for the secoud aud each subsequent offense, besides thecostsof collection. See. 4 Whenever it shall appear to the satis. lacuou 01 we voara or nchool Yustees 01 any School district in this State that the nn-nl. guardians or other persons having control aud charge of any child, or children, in attendance upon the public achool of aaid district, iu accord ance with the provisions of this act, are unable to procure suitable books, stationery, etc., for surh child, or childleu. It shall be tbe duty o( such Board to procure or cause to be procured for auch child, or children, all necessary books, stationery, etc., the same to be paid tor out ot the fund of said school district, in the same way that other claims against the school district are now allowed and paid; provided that all books. stationery, etc., purchased under the provisions of this act shall be deemed to 1st the property of the school district, to be nndcr the care and and control of the School Trustees, when not in actual use. Sec. 5. All fines collected under the nrovlalnna of this act shall bp paid into tbe County Treas ury on account of the State School Fund. See. 6. II shall be the duty of tbe County Superintendent of Public Schools in each county in this State to cause this law to be nubliahed In aims newspaper in his county, if any there be, four consecutive times, annually, for a pe riod of two years, the expense of such publica tion to be allowed aud paid out of the General Sckool Fund of the county. The Board of School Trusteoa tn each school district ahall cause to be posted, annually, for a period of two yeara, in three public plaeea in their district, no. ticea of tbe requirements and penalties of this act. See. 7. Thi act shall take effect and be In orce rrom sua al ter its passage. J lMt PIPIFAX. r R08ICRUCIAN WEIIK A BKCT OF X rhilouher8 who flouraithed in (tormany during tbe aevvntMiitta century, a ad pranecatod Srufound rfMesn-he into lS-taral Science and ccult Philosophy, and aooght to disoovr th K1.1X1K OP UFE. Althoneh ttotlie no4!rtltlt1nn niv liava lwn deTeloped among thf m and other Alchemic! In flearch for the Elixir Vit, yet there la ac ientlflc truth at the bottom of all Alchemy and Atttrolo gy. Tbey were imprenied with the proivertiea ol RRRBAL PREPARATION, ' And found dynamic and psychologic force li. the extract of certain plan tat. In dna to the research ea of a learned acholarof icuruue amous to arohlTaaof the itoaicruciana. It la tuade of , TWENTY DIFFERENT HERBS. Gathered at auch aeaaom of the year when their Jutes- are atronfieat and Tlrtnea animpaired. iwiuiuk toiiuuuoh uiiriTtuiea in ina mate ria meUica. PZFZFAX Is an enemy to all coaruptlon It assists and tortilee Nature, Ita manner of operation Is to ' Drlwa to the Extreme Parts Aud through the porea of the sain and all emunctoriea of the body, the bad humors whioa molest it, giving relief even la diseases the moat refractory and difficult to cure, nuchas Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Blck Bead ache, Nervous Weakness and Billioaanesa. It Is pleasant to tne taste, mtla in Its action, marvel, oua in tta effects and unsurpassed aa a tonic Used as a beverage tn malarious districts it neu tralises miasma snd prevents fever and agae. Bold by all Druggists, Grocers and Liquor dealers. Depot 4oa Front street, Baa JtsskIso : Sl7-3uil . . , IOST. fT CHUCK NO. 4S9, POR nOHTY DOLLARS, dated June IS,lR74,dmrn by J. If. Seibert Hi favor of Vigo Smith or order, and payable at the ofBoa of Wells, t'argo a Oo., dan Francisco. Cat. All persons are cautioned against piurhasriajt or negotiating for the aama, as payment has been stopped. Said check was registered at Pioche Postotnri! tn letter So. 36a, package No. 100. and addressed to Vigo Smith, Rirhfleld, I'lah, and has net been traced beyond Beaver, Utah. Pioche, Nev., August a, 1874, aoMOd ::; LOST., fK THS lath DAT OF JCN A LETTER j was msuea irom mocne lo Ecipio, Utah, containing a check of Wells. Fargo A Co., Mo. 4AB. for eeventv-six 7S-100 dullsrs cold drawn in favor of James Ivie, of Bcipk. Vuh. Said che-k wan loat in traneil, AT parttea are eautionea airm neuoiiMing lor lue aame, payment ban bees stopped. T. J. JONES, JySllm Panaca, Ker. I miouiAifljULUIJB. , POI.TTTflAT.l S J. . J..HALPIN & CO., IMPORTERS ANll LEALIR8 IN II A 11 D XKr flt. n. Mill and Mining Goods, Xtoai. - - Ktocl, f t " - fcTOVKH ANU TlXWARE. Qlaatlui; Powdor, Giant Powder and Fuse. WV.fp.l'f'P T0 T "T GAH PIPE, llul n.arii.r.e,.... . . Tin. Sheet Iron and Copper Work ? will guarantee to give eatisfactien en all goods tuaulactund by us snd st Thsn any other firm In Pioche. ' Jeao-tf J. j. II A MM N k t o. C. B. Mott, Ja., O. H. Pbb. cm:rmenio. riocue. MOTT, FISH & CO., aasuutew Vexlleav at. PIOCHE NEVADA. IMPOHTEIIS And Dealers in HARDWARE. KILL AND MHIHG SUPPLIES. BiacKsmitrrs Hardware. Iron and Steel. And Tlxi v-are. fea-tt BEQISTBATION HQTI0EB.1; Registration Notice. TnE QUALIFIED ELECTORS Of Lkt Valley Precinct. Lincoln county, State of Nevada, are hereby noticed that the Books of Ucgislration for the General Klectinn tn Im 1,1,1 on Tuesday, November 8, 1874, are now open. The time for the registration of the names ot voters will eipire on Tuesday, the JUth day of October, at 0 o'clock p. ni. I. IIUCKAHAX. Iteglatry Agent, Dry Valley Preclu. t, Lincoln couniy, Bcvaua. , anH7.td Registration Notice. riiHB Qt'ALIFIED ELECTORS OP IllrlH X land Precinct, Lincoln county. State of Ne vada, are hereby notified that the Books of Reg. Istration for the General Election tn lie hetri nn Tuesday, November a, 174, are now open. The time for the registration of the names of voters will eaplre on Tuesday, the Sitllh dav of Oe twtter, at II o'clock p. in. JAH.-McilHEnOR, Registry Agent, Highland District, tna7-td , Llncou county, Nevada. Registration Notice. IBM OI'AUFIKD M.ECTOIIS OF EAGLE ValleV rreCinot. Linnnln MMnlv (J, a la ,, Nevada, are hereby notillea 41,.e i,u ii..ni.a registration for the General Election to be held on Tuesday, November S, 1KI4, are now open. The time for the registration of the names of . . . . i nesnay, the Kill li day of October, at II o'clock p. m. 1. C. HAMMOND, lt Rlstry Agent, Eagle Valley Precinct, nn.27.hl Lincoln county, Nevada. ' Registration Notice. riTOF. QUALIFIED ELECTORS c oncm n.vr A Mill Prcdn.1. Uo.uiu eoculy, State of Ne- vana, art) ui reoy notin.u thft tbe ooka of Ben. iatratton fr the Otmeral Election to ! hi.i rtn Tuentiay. November 8, 1874, are now open. The time for tlio rt KiBtration of the names of vottrs will expire on l oenU), the tto.h day of October, at 9 o'clock P. iu. J. A. BIDwiLL, Rciatry Agent, Crecnt Mill iTecimt, , au27-td Lincoln county, nmia. , Registration Notice. ' a. t f rpHE QUAIJP1KD E1.KOTOR8 OF PEIMUCH a (Jaiivon rrei-inct. i.lnmlti rnnnl- n ta nt Nuvada. are herebv notified that th llrknkai of KogiRttatlon for the General Election to be held on Tuesday. Novtnilcr :t. ik7i MM nn The tiiua for the registration of Hie naitu of votera will eipiroon I'wead-, the HOili day wa wiowuvr. aav o uuiwi p, II. JOHN CASTLE, IleKifUry Agent, Deidrlrh Cauyou Preeiijet, aoi i-m x.tnooiu county, Nevada, , Registration Notice. qiHE QUALIFIED ELKlTOIIS OF BULLION. J. ville Pncinet, Liueoln county, Ktate of Nc- vaiia. are hereby nctihed that the Iiatkit uf Tuw. iMtratlvj. tor ILmi Ornrnil Kiax4,on to Is lajd on Tuesday, November S, 1R74, are now Open, The time for the registration of Uic names ot voters wtll expire on Tuesday, the Moth day of vciQiwr, hud eioca p. in. j. h. Goonnim. JUBtice of the Peace and ex-ottclo Hetry a Ken. ir nuinoviue rrecinel, Lincoln county, Nevada. ati.l7-td Registration Notice. rrnE qualified electotisi op pioche X rrecinct. Lincoln countT. mate of Nevada. are hereby notiuod that the Boaha of. Befriiwrat tlon for the General Election to be held nn Tuesday, Novembers, 1h74, araBowopen.. IThe tiuw iur vue numirmon oi me names oi voters will expire on Tueariny, the 30.li day of October, at 9 o'clock p. in. J.b, VANHAUFN, - Juatir of tbe Peace and ex-offirfo Kefrlatry Agent for Pioche Precinct, Lincoln oounty, Nevada. ae9-td Registration Notice. TIIF, QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF HIKO Precinct, LinroUi emtnty, State f Nevada, are hereby notified thai the Bouka of ReiiHtra tiott for the General Election to be held on Tuesday, November 3, 1874. are how open. The time for the registration of the names of voters will expire ou Tuesday, the MOth day of ucigiwr, at. o cwgk p. in. Jitalioe of tht ' P are and ai-ofncto Bgijtry Asmt for Hike Precinct, Lincoln county, nevaaa. selMd Registration Notiee. mHE QrALirrarj electors op pawaoa b frecinct, L,inooln countv. Htste of Nevada. are hereby notified that the Books of Registra tion for the General Election to be held on Tuesday-, November a, lrrH, are now open. Tne time for the registration or the names of voters will eipire on Tuesday tbe XOtli day of irctoDer, at a o elect n. ui. . . A. af-PINDLET. Justice of tne Peace and ex-ofrltio Iteglatry Asr-n. wv s-Buavs i n nmi, a.ineoia cmny, Kevsde. - - o.td Registration Notice. ' riTHK QUALIP7TJD ELECTORS O CLOVER X Valley Precinct, Lincoln county, Bute of Nevada, an hereby notified that the Books ot Registration for the General Election to be held on Tuesday. November 8. 1874. are now onen. The time for the registration of the names of voters win eipire on Taeedry, the UOtn day u. nil ciora p.m. TaVLOSR PIRD Justice of the Peace and ei-ofScio Jieglatry Agent for Clover Valley Precinct, Lincoln ' eoumy, nevaua. aeiu-td Registration Notice. . -,- 11HR QUAUFISD ELECTORS OF LAS . Vegas Precinct, Lincoln county, State of Ne vada, are hereby holload that the Books as Reg istration foe the Oeneral Election to be held on Tuesday. Movembor S, 1874, are now open. The time for tne registration of the names of voters will eipire ou Tuesday, the tiUttt day of October, at 9 o'clock p. m. ..,.-- o.D.OAsa, t Justtee of tbe Peace and ei-offlclo Registry i Agent lot Las Vegas Prod net, Lincoln .. county, Nevada. . . . sesd . Registration Notice, , . THE Tho OrAUFIED ELECTORS OP BT. homes Precinct. Lincoln nnnntv. at.te of Ncvala. are hereby sotlned that the tousa of Registration ror the Oeneral Election to be held on Tuesday, November , 1874, an now open. The time for the registration of the names of voters wUI- expire en Taeasdar. the SOtk dad of Octobar, at o'clock p. m. - ROBERT LOGAN. Justice of the Peace and ei-onvto Register Agent for Bt. Thomas Precinct, Lincoln '. - county, Nevada. .... i aes-td ' Registration Notice. v l. , ,i i Tire orALtFTW) ai.iwrroitri of t)vss . Canyon Precinct, Lincoln county, mate of Nevada, are hereby untitled that tbe Books of feglatrattea for the Qerttrai Fraction to he held on Tuesdsy, November S, 1874, are now open. Tbe time for taw tegietratln tbe name, of votera. wilt eipire on Tsmaai the Hutu day of October, at 9 o'clock p. m. D. McCITtcBEON, Registry Agent for Qulnn Canyon Precinct, seS-td Lincoln county, Nevada. 3E. THIBAUIT BEOS TO INFORM HIS FRIBNDB AND THE public thst be uss nurchaaed in. Ranch of John McCall, UC DRT VALLET, With the business connected tUercwiih. 01 eTS.'lV '! tSJrJf ASTCBED, and the best a-acu,!, LUn lUWaUtr. acS? ltL TLZ? . utnirf. ' "araet )eli-lm Dividend Notice. T11E STOCKHOLDERS OF THE STanr that ?hhf 1,E,VAI,A h"y SIR Ji n Jb" thly meeting of the Board ,?'rt?.'r"..,h" "tO' LAB DIVIDEND was declared for the month of August, of Twa and One-li.lr Per rent vkilm,'!ni?J'j',itMl ,tMk- Wable at the SAY.,h.b;h,tsiStoU!"gol,, c"1 - tH Sheriffs Sale. BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION IBSUFTJ Counnf"'. Wit Court nd for fiS a .yJ' 'jBCln. State of NevsdiTand to mi fnV? "f"1 i'""". a judgment Tu&red "lrt,? ,n',,, day of August, A.I)! 1S74. in favomr V W . V ..r' Highland Consoiid-.ted Mining toZwf for 2 lmmZSL''iVtlra J" "0 ntoetyJno . 1.ar!dcb'.'I'd 111 accruing costs and Interest. I have levied , rn,- ... . "v ."iiuwuiK nroD. ir The Georgia Ledge, coueietlngof 1 COO feet more or leas; ' s o .ioti reel. 'rii. Uiuui..i 1 . . tort, more or 1kk- . . " '""'i'pi jjc-uge. conalstuiK ot 1 aoo rt. more or less, 11 ".wai moreOTVe'si1 Lc'1(! COM-11-'. ' 1.0H0 feet, more"o?1ril;'''0tLedge' """Bot I,CO0feet, feeT.'more'lIrVs?0110' Mg"- COnB"",B of - llle Itostui Led, mn.Mln . . moreorless: -,o.-j reet, fee,!,n,oBrei,e'?1" """"""got 1.000 The HambnrKh LwIitp. moreorless; ,oreor,in'',' lf(,ge' fo--t-"Of 1.000 feci. more or less m'worh.""10 LpdPe.C0"ll!f 1.000 fecti moreMea'11 L",Re' co"alstlugot l.oco feet. The Mayrlowir Ledge, consisting of l.coo feet. The Elmore Ledee. cnnalaiitio r,t 1 con e moro or less : ' ' The Pocahontas Ledge, consisling ol 1,000 feet, more or leas: The Western View Lefge, consisting of 1,000 llie trench Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet, moreorless: The Queen of the Forest Ledge, consisting of 1,0110 feet more or less; 1 lie Golden Gate Ledge, conalstlng of l.OOn feet, more or less; The Lewiston City Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet, more fir less; The Black Bess Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet, mere or less: Tho Howarth Ledge, consisting of 1.C00 feet, more or less; Tho Benual TfiM. Tln, .n..!.l.f loon feet, more or less: ' ' i no i n.1 Uherluan Ledge, oenalstuig of 1,000 feet, more or lees; The Roving Miner Ledge, conalstlng of 1,000 Alao, shout an acres of land surveyed for Mrs. H. E. 8tanton.fMay 10, 1871; Aim, about USacresof land anrveyed for J. C. alaraliall. October 10. lRf,0 .11 in Lincoln county, Nevada. flotico is hereby gived that on Wedneaday, the 4 wa septembert A. K 1M4, At 12 o'clock M., I will sell sll the right, title snd interest of said defendant in and to tho above de ecritied proiierty, at the Court-house, in Pioche, .ua, at public suction, for rssh In hand, to the highest and beat bidder, tn aatiNfv ..Id oieculiun aud all costs. . W. 8. TRAVIS, BherltT. By J. R. Hoao, Deputy Sherlrl. aul2-td The above Bala la nnatruMted l,v ni.aD. r,t plaintiff's sttorneys, until Tbaiveda y, the 1st day ot October, A. 1. 1874. . W. S. TRAVIS, BherltT. By J. R. Hoao, Deputy. ac3.td GEO. T. GORMAN, NOTARY PUBLIC for LINCOLN COUNTY, COMMISSIONER OP OEEON FOR liauruKivia, Record Office, Lacour Street, jc30 P10CHH, NEV. tf Dtirpim, D-s HAMS AND BACON, And a Full Assortment of GROCERIES, Wholesale and Retail. Al PH. FELBENTHAL'B, ruylitf Main atreet. The Floral Mill, PIOCHE, - - - NEVADA, la Now Prepared la Redaos) Ores, GUARANTEEING AS LARGE A PEBCENT skb ss any mill in the county. ADVANCES MADE ON ORES. T. McMASTERS, Jyl7 tf KMp.rlna.aiift.aia. . STOCK RANCH. A. D. MANOWN HAS TS OER county, 14 milefi north of Pioche, a fine mock uancn, where those deairous of ranching Horse, and Cattle will find fine Brass, water, etc. Great attention is paid to stock on this rancn, ana nr. Manown guarantees that ail stock will be well taken care of, and that none will stray or be stolon. Give him a call, tboae having Horses or Cattle to raneh. - je20-3iu DANCOHN, THS PIONEER DRY GOODS MERCHANT. Has Removed To James Cronan 'a Fire-proof Bnlldlnff on Main atreet, opposite j . 4 . uaipin a uo. . DAUUUt SN STAPLE AND FANCY DRY COODS, READY-MADE CLOTHING. BOYS ,' CLOTHING, GENTS1 FVRN- ISBINCI GOODS, BOOTS . AND SHOES, Hats, . Caps, Valises, Traraka, Btea "" ' jea-tf ON AND AFTER Tuesday, Jnne 30, 1874, '""" THK STOCK OF THE SOUTH-SIDE Consolidated Mining Company Will ba delivered to the proper owners by call ins on LANTY HYAN, Bccrctary 8. S. at. Co., corner Lacour and Main atreeta. ell-U iasolutlon of Cpirinershlp. toti( X coi ts. C. OT1CE IS HEREBY OIVEt THAT THE copartnership heretofore esletlna between a G Hasan snd AJyaC. BUhon In ilie bntch- erins bvjaneas, is dissolved by mutusl consent. All debts due to the firm are to be paid to and collected by Wm, O. Glissan. Hocho. Jul! 18. 1874. " vVW. c. GLISSAN, . ,,,, , . , ,,v, RianriP. By Wm.W. Bishop, attorney In fact. JyltMUd . Dissolution Notice. nyun copartnership hkretofobk X existing between OainUn Deew, in the saloon bosiaase. la thia day dteaolred by anotual eonaent. The biMtneas will henaftnr be ear lied on by Quinlan ft OTonnell. Pioche, Nev., Jnly 114. JyT-lm PnOCEElpiNGia County Central Commit tee of the Democratic and Liberal Party of Lincoln County, Nev. W- " I' "" lm"" aMmP1 Coanmltlec, !? V"11; Nada, on he iH)th of August, 1H74 it waa ordered that the time for holding the Democratic and Liberal Primaries ahall be SEPTEMBER 15, 1874. That at said prlmsries delegates ahall be elec'. ed to s Convention, to be held on the 2 1 st day of SEPTEMBER, 1 874. That the County Convention held at said time Shsll nominate the county ticket for the partv and to name the delcgateatorepresiintthecountv in the ritate Convention. ' The deleUMles In ennxuuu. , 1... n tiou were appoHionod as follows: Pioche Bulliouvllle i Drr Vailev . Pansca "' ...,.... Htko J Highland: . i a-i uorauo Canyon Bono Valley i Eale Valley V" f Muddy River........ '"' J Las Vecas . f Clover Vslli y ' Crescent Mill '.'.'.'.! "" i "tiane a Kaneh. ....... ..... , lrteh ti2;I"ll,'T- APtftf Bancb... l Condor Mill l The following were appoinV.-dJikiges'ind In. specK rs lor tbe various precincts: Pioche Wui. M Lubbcck, Jndgcj Martin rarpey and 1 bomas Foy, Inspectors. ,,wuiir-nr, aicAiabon, Judge W5!"-,i",-",d "Ke Hill, Inspectors, Dry Valley- tt. j. Helden. JiLl., n n iuu,iiir-jir. aicAianon. J111I17.. Tl.n... 1 atirt 1 li. w... 1 , ' " -- . H. Watts I "..iwr-riw-, 1 Panach l.nVe h.,n... -e Jos: GiiLert, Iiisiwetora i. 11111. .,. iT..." -. .cie. ana f.iuy vm. Jamiann Boynton and Kaninel WeMon, inspectors.' Hiko 1 ii. H,..ti, . , ;. Jehu ilson and " iiirueciors. MrLane's lianch-John Belabor!, Judge; M. W. MrLane and G. W. Mi Une lnspw-tors. eiuuoy liiver-It. G. Patterson, Judge; Laselle and , Insiierton. Las Veens Rubrrt finite .T,..1,. t i orsnsmed.! ' ' bjcci. Clover Vatlsr ... ti .. , . . . . Wood.ai.dH.Jieivin,n-Jwto: "lWi:t"" L Avvlevrhitn'a Ha...-h n m i ... . A, C. Yoachuro, Judue; Jamta Apph wkitvud Ah Lititon, 2nnpecturw. Ueidri4-h Canyon Jolin Cst(le. tliuljre; John Tomes and , lurtnectorn. UinhUnd Jnmea llairows, Judge; . Condor Mill . Hopper, .Indue t and , Iiitvei-toTa. Kl Dorado Canyon Thomas Johnson, Judge; Perry futile and Kyle, li.Hpertors. It was also ordered lhat in all instances where tlio roniniittee failed to appoint a JnilKe or In spectors, the same should be chosen by the members ol the party in the vicinity, and that any perron appointed either to act as Judge or Inspector, and who should decline to nerves-, such, should designate the person to act In hit stead. It was resolved, tint nil persons in favor of the leglHlatlon suggrMiid by the Htate Central Committee of this pttty wdh respect to freights and fares on railroads, and cpjiowd to the ad ministration of U. 8. (.rant, be allowed to par ticipate in the primartf a above ordered. J. P. ci'RTIS, Chairman. IlKNnv Bivri", Scrretury. scl-td STATE CONVENTION., THE STATE CiNTKAL COMMITTEE OF tho Democratic aud Liberal Party met at Virginia, Nrvmia, on the 16ih of July, 1HU, pur suant to call. Tiie foliowintf apportionment of deleffstos to the Stale Convention ua adopted : Btorey ;i!i IJucoln 2 Eunka 'J iAiitln , 'i Who.... la Humboldt White Pine 0 W'aahoe ... 7 Ormsuy H Ny j Eftmeralda fl l.yon 0 Douglas 4 Churchill..... 9 Total yo. of members of Convention 166 Ou motion, a C'orivmtfou of thr party waa called, to be hfld at CAKScN CITY on the TWENTY-EH.HTH DAY OV BEVTEHJlElt, 1M74. On motion, the following resolutions were unanimously adopted : uesoiveu. Tiial we recommend to tae various Beuioci-Htic and Liberal County Committeea of me maie oi ievaoa to appoint primary meet iutfs for the election of dehutea to the State aud County Conventions in accordance with the above apportionment. Ueauived, That cheap trauvportation for both articles of consumption h-re and articlea of pro duction to 1 transported to marktta, is actually necesKary for tbe well-being and prosperity of the Htate, aDd that we favor the pa&Mge of a law by tbe next Ltjirilaturen ftulatiUK thetaxift of railroad freiKhtu and fares on roads in this State, preveutiiiK unjust discrimination, thiutredut-inn tiie coat of living lor our muiera aud laborers, and ping the money aiuonvst us in Jeiti. mate trade, instead of ending it into the vaulta of railroad companies. Itetsolved, That we are in favor of taxlciriJie property of railroad conipauit-a the saiue other property, and that the property of railroad companies should lie asseHHt-d aa near its actuaJ uaxh value as other property is now awseed. llcMiived. i na aJl votest wno are in lavor oi the fnrf'ttoinK resolutions, and opposed to tho Balmaniatration of I). 8. Grant, are invited to I participate in the primary elections hereby 1 called, and to art with the l)enu4-rati" and Lib. 1 eral party iu tbe ensuuig campain in Nevada. J.T. ItiOllDEN. . . Chairman pro tew, M. R. HoxNiyiEir, Secretary pro U-nu jy'att-tf Proceedings of tne Iain coin County Republi can Committee. AT A MEETING OF 1 HF. LINCOLN COBN ty Republican Central Committee, held at Pioche, August 8, 1874, the time for holding the Republican Primaries, the elirtlon of lich gates to the County Convention, was fixed for Thursday, Sept. 10, 1874. Resolved, That the Delegates front Pioche, Bullionville and Dry Valley l'recinrt. shall be elected at a regular Primary Kleetion to be held at a point tn each of said precincts to be eelectrd by the JudgeB of aaid election tor said precinct. Polls t le opt-n between thehouraof 10 a.m. andT p. m. The Deleftatea from each of the otberprecitictH and plaees to whirh tliey are awarded shall he elected by ballot or otherwise, nnder the M.ier vision and control of tbe person named aa Klee tion Jndtfe for aaid prerim't or place, and the certiHeatea of thwtioa, of tbe DeleftatM tor the several precincts ami places named shall be siftned by the Judge of aaid precinct or plat-e. The number of Delegates for tike County Con vention were apportioned as follows, to wit: 1'ioche lit Uelfgatea. Jndge, F. A. Buck; Ipspectora, A. J. Manon and It. f. Dayton. bullionville 6 Ueh-gates. Judge, B. 0. How artl : lnspivtorK, Ht nry Hchafer and A. T. Mttorc. Dry Valley S Delegates. Judge, E.M. Crane. Mom Valley 1 D' It-gate. Judge, Thoa. JJe. Kagle Valley I Delegate. Judgw, H. J. Chamberlain. Clover Valley 1 Delafiate. Judge, 1). U Bills. Panacm a Delegates. Judge, A. F. Barron. Newman "a Banch-1 Delegate. Judge, Wu, II. Newman. . Kt. TLiouiaa 1 Delegate. Jttdge. Isaac Jen. nings- gaal Delegate. Judge. O.D.Gass, Kl Dorado Canyon II Delegates, Judge George Hi Herman. Hiko and Pahranagat Talley a Delearateta. Judge, A. W. Oeer. Crvecent Mill 1 Delegate. Judge, J. A, Bid well. Deldrtch Canyon 1 Delegate. Judge, Jamee Jones. Quinn Canyon 1 Delegate. Judge, David Service. Highland-. Delegate. Jndge.J. D. Btctoit. Newark Mill-1 Delegate. Judge, V. P . Bailey. The County Convention to be held at the Court-houae, Pioche, September 17, 1874, At 10 olork a. m., for the purpoee of noninat in the following ticket, to wit: a Nine Delegates to the Htate Convention One State Senator, ' Three Assemblvinen, . - (Hie District Julget One tiheiiftt 4)ne County Chirk, One District Attorney, One Connty Trrasnirx, One County Record., ' - 1 One County Aswessor, - t ' One Public Administrator, ' '' One County 6upt of Publc8cheols, -One County Buneyor, ' Two County Oommiraiotiera, Juftttces of the Peace. Conatablea snd ftcneol " .! Trnstw for the various anwasiit. Also, to tranaeet such other batiinetxi se nay ( proierly come before tbOou vent ion. i Keeolved, That tiie tettt to he requln il of all votcrr. at the Prlntary Ueotiana oi tne party ehall be: rtrxt-Are yon a eltlaen ef the FnHeii tatee and State of Nevada or will you bo a lawful voter t the enaning election!1 Second Did yoa vote for a majority ol tbe Bepublican ticket at the last frraeral election? r, if yon did not, will you vote for a majority of the Republican ticket at the next eleetioivT D. COK8UN, Chairman.'' W. W. RraHOT. Recretary. , aoV-td v :-ls.vl.-4: WML t V-iTt li ft M' k 'h mi 1 ' (I ft1 1 ' M' 1 V ' I t- .lit" 1 N i4 ! 'a. 1 s. it t f I 1 L ' '',rf a 't I p ''.'iti . al t t i V is , 1 if if I I I t t 1 a . i A t' v.i 4 , I t . s A f j i 1 i ( ' i . i h M l'f ! 1 : ' tat li lu-.i.t, it : I tfl A fill ' l-?