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NEW DAILY APPEAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 2, 1873.
She JJruj 3ailg Sppl. RK.VOVAI, OF TUB "APPKAL" EDI TORIAL AXO COMPOSING BOOMS. BnK-e w.; bvj ;ht out the lltjiaer w- Iwve had oar editorial and composing rooms in th" up stairs apsrtuienU where tie ssi I Regi't-r office m-T to b;.- Yesterday, we moved from there into th wvnn 1 st ry of the Boy! bnildius:. in flu- lower stry of which i onr jo' departaietii' This notice is to avert the miscarriage u' letter papers, tic. THE STATE MLNKBALUUIST AND BIS REPORT. We do most heartily concur in the pirit of the following which is from the Eureka Sentinel of the 27th nit: "We have received from Senator Csvssidr the biennial report of the State Mineralogist, Henry R. White kill. It is a volume of one hundred axtd ninety-two pages, and contains a mass of valuable statistics of the mineral resources of this State, which could have been obtained io aaotlwr manner than by the inde fatigable industry and perseverance ef a man like Mr. Whitehill, whose laudable ambition and love of his branch of scientific study are abun dantly shown in the compilation of this work. The State cannot afford to save the slurr of Mr. Whitehill to the treasury by dispensing with the offiee of State Mineralogist, which he fills so faithfully and prof itably to the mining interest the largest i-terest that will ever be de veloped in Nevada. We question if any Report was ever made concerning the material interests of a Pacific State- which would compare with his. It is a document of which all sage brushers may well be proud. THE RAILROAD FAMINE AND FEVER. We t-uppose there have been hard ly less than a dozen bills, looking to the perfection of as many railroad schemes, before this Legislature. To him whose suspicions re always up permost, this state of things looks like the projection of so many "jobs;' bnt to the more liberal-mindeed ob server they indicate an attempt to meet the constantly growing need of enlarged communication between the Pacific Railway and the mining regions of the State. Even Califor nia statisticians, proverbially extrav agant in their estimate of the resour ces of their State, are forced to ad mit that in its extent, wealth and in exhanstibility of deposits of gold and silver bearing ores, Nevada sur passes all other regions of the habit able globe; yet the last census showed us as having a population of less than forty-two thousand people Chinamen and all. As we have stated in previous articles, there is less than one-half a human being to the square mile in the aggregate of our vast territory; and yet the State pays coin for all she gets, or rather forall she contracts for. This shows the capacities of the . tate for sus taining a population which should tear a commensurate relation to the xtent of her area in square miles. The resources are here in unparal leled abundance; and tha thrift and expansion so visible in Carson, around about which there is nothing in the way of natural wealth-prodn-ing materials that can compare with the ere deposits which lie con tiguous to a hundred camps in the eastern part of the State, attest the Hfe-infnsing properties of railway connection. Carson holds relation ship with the great cities of the JEast bv an uninterrupted band of won; and this new relationship im parts, of itself, a vigor and a hope -which are unknown to isolation. Tap with railway iron the great bodies of silver - producing ore which, if ever they can be brought in contact with abundant labor nd adequate transportation, will give us a -veritable Great East, and we shall hear no more of the premature decay f the Hamiltoas, the Austins, the Shellbnrues and Sprucemonts of the eastern counties. In the multi tude uf railway projects before the present Legislature, we see, then, a vm of promise for the future of our State, and we hope to see a broad and liberal policy pursued with re btioo thereto -something broader than that policy which hesitates to lend aid to projected enterprise, out , fear that there may be behind them an extraordinary opportunity for individual advancement-something more liber .1 than that mis taken curse which makes men bug the fading remnants of decaying yn.pr-.-ty rather than make the ven tures requisite to the stimulation of energies and the obliteration of old obstacles. If ever there was ro ni of prosperity in a contem plate,! svstcm of extensive railway ,nnVMtion anywhere, it 13 in 1UIU Ul'Uv- - Jtevada; but until we ourselves move toward tho consummation ox aush system, it is hardly probable t!.:.t the ho;wd for -4 foreign capuai will make the needed venture. It is .ll t,. lie occaaionally reminded ot the old adage: God helps those who help themselves. Tna Assembly, at its , session of yesterday, very wisely defeated the Bill to Restrict Gaming. The only wonder is that it found a many sup porters a it did. At length this st is on a cash basis in better financial plight than any State of ih TW West or any ot tue rar East, for that matter. This is the result of various causes, not the feast nrominent amongst which is the prompt collection of the heavy taxes which are necessarily imposed upon the property holders of the Stata: and this leads us to say that so long as the people of Ormsby county are compelled to meet a tax of i'-i per cent., as now, it is hardly a considerate thing to propose the re leasing of the "sports" who live here from paying a share of that onerous assessment. The revenue from gam ing in this county is more than enough to meet the expenses of our fire department if so applied; enough to pay the salary of two or three public school teachers; enough to lishteu. very perceptibly, our loaa of taxes. If we were to dispenie with the present license system, of course it would be needful to fill up the deficit in revenue returns caused thereby, by submitting to an addi tional weight of taxation. We do not mean to be understood as admit ting in this course of statement that the wases of a vice, and therefore the sustenation of the vice itself, is necessarv to our financial prosperity. This might be a legitimate deduction from our premises were the result n t probable that by repealing the license system and adopting a re stricting one we should simply deny a condition of lawfulness to the dealing of gambling games without providing any adequate corrective for the evil, and, moreover, substi tute an expense for a source of rev enue. Gambling is a profession with a not inconsiderable part of our people; and gamblers, like other professional people, are not particu larly well adapted to the performing of hard work at the plow or in the mines; and if actually deprived of a chance to practice their seif-choseu calling would beapttodo something wnich would prove quite as injuri ous in its effects upon the commu nity, quite as demoralizing in its tendency as the dealing, under li cense, of a game of faro or roulette. This is the non religious, worldly way of looking at the matter; and, somehow, it seems inevitable that worldly things mast be looked at through worldly eyes. Peter Cavanaugh is, to our mind, one of the worthiest of the many who have applied for "relief" at the hands of the Legislature. He took a contract, at ruinous figures, for building the State House. Every body knew that he would have to overrun the appropriation and get heavily in debt to carry out his con tract. That he did so and that the State paid sixty or seventy thousand dollars more for the excellent build ing wherein its archives and officers are housed is true enough; and that the State got one of the best build ings on the continent for a very small sum of money is also true. One of the cheapest investments a State ever made is that same Capitol. Now we know but little of Cava nangh's affairs, save in a general way; but this we do know, that as fast as previous Legislatures have provided means for his reimburse ment, just so fast have his creditors stepped in and got their pay from him pay on account of debts con tracted in building that State House; and we further know that the old man is now not only in straightened circumstances, having made nothing but loss of time in the carrying out of his contract, but that he is changed from the very picture and embodiment of manly health and vigor to thecondition of a half help less paralytic. He served tho State well in his health; let the State al leviate his sufferings now that dis tress has come upon him. Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machines We are glad to he ahlt- to tell onr read ers that a permanent agency for the sale of Wheeler and Wilson's sewing Ma chines has been established here in Car sou. Mr. 1'. B. Fox is tue agent; uu.l he will sell the said machines of the latest style and having all the newest improvements at San Franeiseo rates freight added. He will attend, promptly, to all orders for machines ami the re pairing and reconstruction thereof. Seamstresses pronounce the Wheeler & Wilson to be the best machine inanu-actured. NEVADA LEGISLATURE. sixth rs n: SSIO X. SENATE Fifty-fifth Day. Carsox City, March 1, 1873. MOliXISCJ SESSION. President pro tem. Crawford in the chair. Mr. Phelau presented a petition from the Good Tempiars of Virginia City, fa voring the passage of the Gambling bill ani Sandav law. RE POETS. Mr. Phelan, from the Committee on Claims, favorably, reported the claim of A. D. Treadway. Mr. Cassidy, from the Committee on Printing, without recommendation, the bill to provide for printing tho laws of the Sixth Session of the Legislature. Mr. Hobart. from the Committee on State Affairs, favorably, the Act to de fine the duties of the Lieutenant Gover nor. MOTIONS AND RESOLUTIONS. By Mr. Mills Resolved, That the Sergeant-at-Arms be authorized to drew his warrant for $300 in favor of Sam Hight, for services in drawing up the report of the Warden of the State Prison. Referred to Com mittee on Claims. INTBODUCTTON OF BILLS. Treadway's claim referred to Commit tee of the Whole. Assembly bill, an Act to prevent cru elty to adimals. Keferred to Committee on "Public Morals. Aasptnhlv bill, an Act to furnish the town of Elko with water for the extin guishment of fire, etc. Keferred to Elko delegation. Vacrranev Act. referred to Committee on Public Morals. Act to adorn the grounds of the Or phans' Home with trees. Keferred to Committee on State Affairs. Bill to plac? the finances of Lyon county on a permanent cash basis. Re ferred to Ly-n delegation. GENERAL FILE. An Act to regulate the sale of drugs and medicines. Ordered engrossed. Act to encourage pisicultnre. Passed. Act to legalize certain Acts of the Lin coln County Commissioners. Paseed. Act to provide for the support of the public schools in Eureka couuty. Passed. Act to amend an Act to create a Board of County Commissioners and to define their powers and duties. The aim of the bill is to legalize a set tlement entered into between tho Central Pacific Railroad and the County Com missioners of Washoe county in a de tain tax suit. In the course of discussion it was charged by Thompson that money hail been received from tho Railroad Com pany and divided between the members of the Board. In repiy to a question from Eastman, h) said he did not know the amount, but knew money- had been received and divided. Eastman explained that, the settle ment being made, six or seven bits rt maiued over and the Commissioners spent the same for a drink. Thompson said he did not care to state the amount but would now do so. It was $!(. Th9 bill passed yeas, 20; noes, Cas sidy, Thompson and Small. Not voting, Major McCoy. Amendment of Assembly to bill for the relief of Jno. B. Helm 'concurred in . Appropriation reduced to $1,7N. Recess. AFTERNOON SESSION. An Act to replenish the continen. fund of the Senate and Atsemblyt Passed. Phelan from the Committee on Claims reported favorably on the bill of Sam Hyatt, for services in preparing the re port of the Warden of the State Prison, with a resolution ordering its payment. Stevenson objected to its passage. The law allowed State officers pay for mak ing duplicate reports. He had seen no duplicate of the Warden's report, ami he should oppose paying one cent for a re port that had lieeii presented within four dava of the adjournment Further consideration of the resolu tion was interrupted by the special order. An Act to amend theCrimiual Practice Act, which bein- lengthy, and having been reported favorably by the Judiciary Committee, was ordered to engrossment with reading. An Act to authorize Lincoln county to subscribe to capital stock of the Hum boldt and Colorado Railroad was amend ed and passed. Out of order, Varian introduced an Act to restrict gaming, which was read first and second time and ordered to en grossment under a suspension of the rules. The amendments suggested by the committee to the deficiency bill, when 3:30 o'clock arriving, the Senate, under resolution was declared adjourned. ASSEMBLY Fifty-fifth Day. Cabson City, March 1, 1873. MOENINQ SESSION. Prayer by the Chaplain. A large number of committee reports were presented. House refused to appoint a committee to visit the Bowers Mansion, to examine the same with a view to its purchase for use as an insane asylum. INTRODUCTION OF BILLS. By Sessions, Act to authorize Reno School District to levy a tax to build a school house. GENERAL FILE. Act concerning juries. Passed. Mr. Stern gave notice of reconsi isra tion. Mr. Crawford moved to take up the gaming Act. Carried. The Speaker voting aye, explained he voted aye in order to save time. Bill read and placed on lin-il passage. Mr. Bowman moved to include poker, seven up, pitch seven up, euchre, crib bage, etc., when played for money. Amendment lost. Mr. Drake moved to amend to increase the license fee now demanded. Haled out of order as foreign to the bill. Mr. Drake appealed from the ruling of the chair (Mr. Savage presiding). Sustained. Previous question ordered. . On its final passage the bill was de feated by a vote of 24 for to 23 against, and thus failing of a constitutional ma jority was lost, 25 being necessary to carry it. Act to prohibit lotteries, and Act con cerning State Treasurer. Ordered en grossed. Act concerning highways. Pasaed. Mr. Wallace introduced a bill to regu- Ute the practice of pharmacy and tudr of poisons. Mr. Wiitn introduce 1 a bill to protect stockholder in mines. Act for relief of late Assessor Triplet of Lander conntv. Passed. Act for relief of Calvin Swift. Passed. Act for relief of R. W. Bollen. Re ferred to C immittee of the Whole. Recess taken. AFTEKNOON session. Election law passed. Act to lvslrict K-imiiiij (incroasrs the license fee) introduced by Mr. Owen On motion the House refused to reject the bill. Referred to Committee on Ways and Means. The House resolved to accept no new bills after the 4th inst. Crawford introduced a bill to make the Superintendent of Public Instruction, Snrvevor General, and State Treasurer a Boardof Directors. Orderedengroased. The Governor's approval was received of the Orphans' Home bill. Act authorizing Lincoln and Nye counties to purchase stock in Humboldt and Colorado Railroad. Referred to Committee on Corporations. Bill to purchase Healy k Bonnifield's compilation of laws. Referred to Ju diciary. . Act to create and define duties of County Commissioners. Referred to Judiciary. evening session. Act for preserving the' purity of elec tions. Indefinitely postponed. Act concerning attorneys and counsel ors. Passed. Act to authorize the State Treasurer to transfer certain warrants. Passed. Act granting right of way for a rail road from the Central Pacific Railroad to Austin. Passed. Act funding indebtedness of White Pine county. Passed. Concurrent joint resolution as to Pen rod and his claim against the General Government. Passed. Act to enable Eureka county to draw her share of the public school funds, so as to apportion the Lander county school fund as to give Eureka her share. Passed. Act authorizing Humboldt county to erect county building and create funds therefor. Passed. Act establishing the boundaries of Lander county. Gives a part of Hum boldt to Lander, so the new railroad can be better run. Passed. Act to aid construction of a railroad from Reno to Susanville. Passed. Resolution passed appointing a Com mittee to visit the Bowers Mansion and report as to its practicability to be used as an insane asylum. At 0:30 p. m. "the Huuse adjourned. MIXING STOC K BEPOKT. Forenoon Board. 200 Yellow Jacket. 76,77 b30. tir, Imperial. 7 7 S 1S5 Umpire Mill, S, 7'.,7H bCO. . Alpha, 4'i. 415 OpbirSH. 45v, 30, 41 H, b30, 44 i. 4S0 iould & Curry, 14 ;4, 14 b30, 14-,, 14 s90, 141,. :k Best & Belcher. 51. 2-'0 Savage. 70, 75, 75J, 75 s3, 77 b'JO, "jK. 77 b:. 220 Chollar, it, 47. 4S MO, 47. 4.SH bSO. 110 Hale . Non-ros, 82, 81. 75 Crown Pniut, 104, 103. 105 '4 btO. "i5 Contiilrnee, 11. 10 Keutnrk. 10 'i. 550 R-lchrr, S6J. 8'"'. Sl5 W, 8" WO 85'4,S5ii, 87 Vj b:10. 443 Con. Virginia, 5tS, 57 H b30, 56 5j b5, 5SH, 56 s5. 50 H. 36 ? t.. 22.5 Sierra vata, 12. 7" Overman, 54. 56. 55H, 55. 54M. 50 Segregated Beleuer, 60. 01 blO. 615 Julia. 5, 8',. 5Ji bSO, 5. ZX bill. 155 Caledonia, 24 b:l0, 23, '2JH b30. 215 Knickerbocker, 4. 250 Baltimore, 1 890 Silver Hill, 10, 9?i, 10 blO, 10 bl5. 07i b5. 10 New York Con. 1 W South Overman, . 550 Woodville. 4'i, 4 b30. 100 Franklin. 2i l30. 250 Valley, 15, 15, ISM b30. 235 Raymond 4 Ely, 81, 81, 8J, 83 b30, 8J. 84 1)30. HJ b30. 40 Eureka Con. 11. 50 Jackaon, . 70 Pioche, 9. 50 Alps, 13. 415 Pioche and Phoenix, 1, 1. 4.15 Huhn and Hunt, 4'i, 4',. 300 Silver Peak, 60 cts. 100 Peavine, . 100 Ingomar, 80 cti. 10U Belmont, 4. 50 Chief of Hill, 3, 3. 470 Pioche Phoenia, 1!, 1T M0. 100 Monitor Belmont, 8. 200 Hermes, 7. 100 Amador Tunnel, 3. 100 Charter Oak, 35 cts. 80 Amador Con. 75 b30. 700 Independent, Ui. IS. 1 WO. 20 Golden Chariot, 6, 20 Umpire Idaho, 1 . 36 Minnesota, 2. LIST OF LETTERS R EMAISIXG IS THE CARSON POST- office, March 1, 1873: Ladles UaC Williams Miss Jennie Gentlemen' 11 t. Barton Geo A. BeanLS Brinkcr Dav Burns T F Brooks S M Ilnrgnss .1 H Campbell Jaa L Chaniper J Chase Peley Cameron David P Corser Hamilton P Clark John Dickson Bobcrt Etu George Egan SI Edwards John It Eaton VT Elelel John Harris Meyei Houston Hamilton Hamten John Lang Jas Lebeau David Lebeault Joseph Mickey Isaac McKay W D McInto6h Duncan McNauue Thos F McKenna Peter Mould W B Service Thes Sawyer D L. Shearlock Wm T Simpson "David Ward Jas J Wigg n Cnas Filldon Mr Wylie Kobt FRED. D. TURNER, P. II. HOTEL ARRIVALS. OJJ3MBV HOUSE GEORGE D. FRVEB, rltorEIEIOR. R B Wheeler T (f Brooks T Prickliard O F Giftin & wife J A Tasisard B F N'esmith Nast Harper ST. CHAIU.E3 HOTEL GEO. TUFLT, PROrUlETOE. J Toakill R H Lowe E V IIollowir.au RFltriH.ts Jc wif J P JvttiKn w H Spiiiiinever Kleinfetter F ' XiKhbert B Eilsi.n V.' U Bail-y J Bmdi-r COIillEir HOl'SE COIU'.ETT IIl'.OS., PROPRIETORS T S Merchant A I Mi:.' r ' RobiiiKou W Thompson M J Mai:i.li:'.a W R Henry K Gamble K 11 Lane J Marker ! Cameron MARRIED. Iu Carson City, Nevada. February Oiiau. H. Belksap to Jennie, daughter of Hou. L. K. Bra lley. So cards. In Carson City. March 1st, at the residence r th i bride's father, T. L. SMrrH to Mr.:?. A::.x:: Joy. No cards. . L. TALCOTT, M. D., 3IIY.-MCIAN ASU SVRGEOX.-OF. fiej: Between the NewSazerac and Penrod Houie, Carisonsilre'ji. nolS NEW TO-DAY. NOTICE TO PRINTERS. HAVE KOll SALE ONE HALF MEDIUM 8EGENER PRESS. Citable of doipg tho bst kind of job-wort. ONE NO. 4 WASHINGTON HAND PRESS (HOE'S MAKE.) ONE RVOGLES PAPER CTTTTER. A TWEVE CASE CABINET, And s groat number of BACKS AND CASES. All of which is offered for sale upon the moat favorable terms. Some NEWS AND JOB TYPE, In excellent order, will also be sold with tho above. Will sell the wholeoutat above enumerated, or any one or more of the said articles as deaired ROBINSON dC MIGHELS, Proprietor, New Dally "Appeal" REVISION OF THE LAWS. HAVIXfi BEEN 1XFORMI.U T"T in a Minority Report statements were m.Hi n-hieli were find iialiBedlv false in reuard to Mr. ROBERT DESTi 'S Compilation of Laws of Nevada, we beg to state that We will risk onr Coin on Mr. Dy' Worte, i ;t n a.-?;.-,, ie tL-n hv the nrenent Legis lature concerning their Law.?, we will publish, immediately after the i.sue of the Statutes of this session, A Complete Digest of tho Laws then an r ort f, With full notes of the Decisions of the Supreme di ! th. Emf atntrlv. or in QUan tiuii, nil', " . " .. .... - " . lilies, at a price MOT TU EXCEED t. If A l errors are aiscovei-eu m TOH, we "ill .-ui ik'j and. if possible, one of the Judges ot the Su preme coun. to revise i. Sl'JIN'ER WHITNEY df CO,, Law Publishers. San Francisco, February 27, 187a. nr-4d ST. PATRICK'S BALL ! .A. C3-r-txxcL Ball WILL HE r.IVEH OX Monday Keening, March 17th, 1573, AT PIOORE & PARKER'S HALL, CARSON CITY, NEVADA. The proceeds to go for the benefit of tho new CATHOLIC CHUKCM. Committee ot Arrangements: X. T. Swcenr-y, T. Koclie, b. Murphy, T. Hi'gins, J. Duffy. J. Savage. C ARSON CirV COMMITTEE O:' INVITATION'S : iov. Bradley, Lieut, fiov. Denver, i uO:;'j Whitman, -Judge Krlkunp. Julo Hawley. Judge Hillyer. Oen. Buckner, Hon. J. Schooling, Hon. W. W. Hobart. Uou. J. V. Miner. Otu. John Kay. Hon. A. C. Crawford, Charley Martin, apt. Metier, H. J. Peters. Gen. T. D. Edwards, H. Yerrington, Ool. Curry, H. Parker, Col. Roasur, 1. Tuily. J. Muller. V. Muller. Doc. Benton, A. Helm, J. Winnie, M. Kinckell. Judge Wait J!, T. Moran, J. 8. Welch, Mr. Bliss. J. Klein. Dr. Mooklar, V. Corbett, If. V. 7:i-e, (J. T. Iiavia, A. C. Ellis, A. B. Driesbach, P. MeCarty, J. Creuiii, T. Connelly, L. Lac.hepollo, J. Platte, I. Koberts, J. Eraser, It. M. Clarke, Harry Day, W. D. Torrrysen, O. L. Gibson, P. CAvanaush. Sr. J. S. Rosenstock, S. Kelly. J. Tobrtnrr, C. N. Nuteware, It. It. Parkinson, ST. Swift. A. R. Brown, A. Maute, J. McConuell. W. W. Daviea. P. H. Clayton, O Friend. P. Roche, N. Roche, J. Maldoou. T. W. Healey, T. Smyth, M. F. O'Uaire, H. R. Elstnor, D. B. Lyman, Hon. A. Lockwood, T. Beer, F. McCullough. 8. E. Jones, J. Cole, Sir. McCloud, J.Driacoll, P. Kiley. J. Gilroy. Floor J. Barrett. J. Hanson, Judge Morriit, D. Hickey, P. Mealy. Hugh ttallajfher, Henry Miller, M. Rooney, T. Harrington, '. and J. Hope, Managers i P. Cavanansh, Jr. J. F. Burns, John Sweeney, A. Ij jiort, Floor Director t L. Steara. TICKETS, (supptr included) S3 OO. feb2fl-td. I EMPIRE CITT MINING COMPAV 14 Location of Works Hot Spring District Douglas county. State of Nevada. Notice There are delinquent upon the following sub scribed stock, on account of an assessment levied on the 23d day of January. IS'.i, the sev eral amounts set opposite the names of tho re spective shareholders, as follows: Names No. cert, shares amt. Kobt Johnson 27 -M) $10 John Hayues 38 4U J And in accordance with law ant' an order of the Board of Trustees, made ou the'JUd day of Jan uary, 1873, so many shares of each parcel of said stock as mav be necessary, will le sold at i'ub lic Auction, at Adam Welter's Saloon, Empire Citv, on the -4th day of MARCH, A. 1). Irt7:t, at the" hour of 1 o'clock p. M., of said day, to pay said delinquent assessment thereon, togethir with costs of advcrtisiii',' and expenses of the sale. JOSEl'lI WALTER, fei'JH-td Secretary. COFFEE ST A WD Winston's Exchange Carson street, b. r.ve n Carson ad King streets, Carson City. CHARLES LKGATK, - - Proprietor. in i k i ndkhsigm:i, weij. KNOWN I lv the epicure of Carson, uvmu a:ni cis. vh re. has established a Coffee Stand and Les aunint at the above named place, aiid is now , -i.lv to s. rve, in tirst-clas style, all thos- who ove'good eating and r-lish a strong clip ot cot ee 1! the delicacies th:-Carson markets at ord will at all times b-.: kept at his Stand aud ;est:. ir mt. A share of public, patp-uage k espe, 1 fully solicited. j',7-ii CHARLES LIA!).. WA :VTED. A Competent Ni e n I; h:el lv inquiring al Mrs. A . I-1'. comer of I'-h-graph and l'laza strett, . t:arin City. i1'-" FIRST LECTURE FREE i Everybody G-o. IIItJilLY PLEASING AN1 TOO GOOD TO BH MISSK!) L SCTt'RES 51Y prof. Mcdonald ! TUt. Eloquent Orator snd Scientific Phrenolo gist, upon Men and Women, Boys snd Girls, Human Nature and the Lsws of Life. Physical " aud Mental Culture, Health and Beauty, Physi ognomy and Phrenology, at the M. E CHURCH. commencing FEBRUARY 26th, and -entinaiof NINF. EVENINGS. feu25-lw JACOB TOllRINJER GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, WINES AND LIQUORS WALL PAPER, Pctlzxts axxX Oils ALSO, GENTLEMEN'S Furnishing Goods, Etc.. Etc., Etu. Corner Carson and Musser Sts., CAfiSON CITT, NEVADA jal-tf DELINQUENT SALE NOTICE. JUNIATA CONSOLIDATED SILVER Mining Company. Location of Works, Au rora. Esmeralda county, Nevada. Notice. There is delinquent upon the- following de scribedstock. ou account of assessment (No. one) levied on the SEVENTEENTH DAY of JAN UAUV. lofV;, the m-vfral amounts sot opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as fol lows; No. No. Names. Cert. Shan. Amountt Frv. J, V I 1U S' 5'J Harmon, A. K. P 3 10 0 W) Sharon, Wm a 10 Dobilisoli. Jas: H 10 Greeley, A .L 5 10 6 80 Greelev. A. L S"0 34-' " (irx-lev. A. 1 7 f) : ort itrrelrv A. L 1 . fis0 00 ilreelev, A. L 9 1 .000 6.-.0 00 ana-lev, A.I 10 SO 32 50 Greeley, A; I " s2 50 Gn-eley.A. I li 2' MOW Greclov, A. 1 13 1""0 7 30 Greclcv, A. L It 100 3 00 Oreelcv, A. L 1 HM) 65 00 GreeW. A. L 10 100 f.5 00 UreeKy, A. i, 17 100 OS 00 Orerlev, A. L l 100 ' 0" ana-lev, A. I l'J SO 32 SO Gnu-ley, A. L '20 12 . CM 8.22 MS Richardson. E.A.,1 21 i.j.ftj,; lo.dlS 83H Trustee ) Richanlson, E. A. j 2J jfi gjfi, jo.826 83S Trustee J And in accordance with law, and an onlcr of the Hoard of Directors, made on tho seventeenth day or January, 1873, so many sharus of each parcel of such Stork as mayjwi necessary, will be sold at public Auction, at the Offliw of the Company, ltowm No. 10,402 Montgomery street, San r'raucisco, California, on MONlAY, the seventeenth day of March. 1873. at hour of 11 o'clock M. of said day, to psy said Delinquent Assessment thereon, together with costs of ad vertising and eipenses of aale. CHARLES 8. XEAL, Secretary. Office : IVvmi 10,402 Montgomery street, ftsn Francisco, California. f28 td Thomas qouldin, TKACHKB OF Telstra phlnff bjr mbbI, PbenvfcTraphjr mtd Verbatim Reportinjr. A T TIIB NOLM'ITATION Or KVH- J, eroua friends I am induced to form classes in each of the above branches. Ladies and gentlemen wishing to avail themselves of this opportunity will find Enrollment Lists at R. FRED. BROOKS' STORE. OPPOSITE THE OBHSBY HOUSE, Carson City. Terms t Tuition I The Course of 23 Lessons Twenty Dollars. " For our own part, we have no hesitation in ssvint! that everv child in our ceiniuen s-hools should 1- taught to read aud write this short hard at the e when h is usually taught to write common hsml." Rbt. Thomas Hb.L, late President of Harvard College. fe2t-lm AUWISLIdNU AND THRiOK LOT, with ontbuildinps complete. V. ;11 be m.IU with or without Furniture. Also, a soort l'vv for sale. Apply to ROBERT CRABB, or GEO. L. GIBSON. Carson, February M. 1873. feb23-lm FOR SALE.-$2,500. ONE r'lXK ONE STORY FRAME 'and brick dwellin Six Riioms and three Lots, situated in a desirable loeath n. Inqnireof feb-25-tf LA1H) ft CRANDELLE. F0FSALE.-$60tl ONE LOT AND FKANIi DWELLING, situated ci ntral -kihxI well on the prsm ises. luouireof feb25-tf LA DP CRANDELLE. W ANTED ONE FIRMT LAM w WaKon Maker. Inquire of fcfiVtf LAI1) k CRANDEI LE. T A.'ri;il -SJj-an Ann-rlcnn V.'oniaii a si:uaiioii ut lioiiseiii f -per; is an excel lent -in; i'Wl f!'iier:d insna'ter the eoimtry piei. ;-i.,i. ...,.'r. s: ills. 11. L. TU.I.iN .11 Ah i , Viivi iiii ir. .S vada. felt-In: F9UKTA1N RESTAURANT, Carsi ;i street, btt. K;-ar and T-leKni;.h, Crao:! City, Nev. MEALS (.'OOKKll IX THE BEST sti, of ihe culinary art Ktii-iti-lieel nt nil 1 1 on is. The .i r: to.- are ileteruiined t-i it:eiit and liw.ait.'KU iin: :-!'t,iiiat!ii of a Fii-.st-i'h'iss Eating JIoiiso, Aud to tint ind THK FOl'NTAIN will always l;e BUi-pliui .th the lx.t of evt rything iu iho mark i. HINT & PHILLIPS, jal-!f Proprietors.