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OAHSON CITY!
8tvird.y. Do. 31. 1S70
FITCH OS UAlLnOAUS.
An interesting squabble occurred on
the 19U in the House of Represents
Uvet over a motion by Mr. Fitch to
return a certain bill relative toonool'
the intern branches ofthe Pucific Hull
road, from the Committee to which it
bad been referred last Summer, to the
Speaker's desk. The bill ia to author
ize the Central branch of the Union
Pacific Hailroud Company (being tho
MMlgneo of the St. Joseph and JIanni
bal Railroad Company) to continue its
road and telegraph Hno westerly from
the termination one hundred mile, to
a connection with the Union I'ueilic at
point not further went than tho 100th
parallel; on the same terms and con
ditions as were oriKinnlly provided for
the construction of tho first 100 miles,
including a grant of land of the even
numbered sections. Tho motion wn
vigorously contested aud was finally
beaten.
Interest o the JIo.vbh. Tho late
decision of the Attorney General rela
tive to the interest duo on tho bonds
issued to aid In the construction of the
Facifio railroad, will make a serious
inroad on tho profits of tho company,
The total amount of these bonds ex
oeeds fifty-five million dollar, on
which about $3,300,000 fulls duo nn nil
ally: It is said that tho amount due
from the Central Pacific Company will
be about $1,050,000. Tho Attorney
General decides "that tho Government
may lawfully claim from the company
the amount of the interest in question,
as such interest is paid by tho Govern
meat. Tho Government may retain
tho entire amount of compensation for
services rendered to it by tho compa
ny, applying the same to tho interest
paid by the United States, unless such
interest shall have been repaid by the
company, and in that event one-hulf of
the compensation for such services,
may be reserved and applied to the
principal of the bonds."
It is too soon to speak of the Presi
dential campaign, butjthere can be
June uourniuai mo JicpuDiican nomi
nee win be ueueral Grant, ami no
doubt at all that if ho Is nominated ho
will bo elected. Sao. Itoeortl.
That depends upon tho auglo of
vision with wbieh you look at it
Grant's chances for a nomination were
very good a few months nifo, but not
o positive now. He would probably
admit nluislf that bis chances of a ro-
elootion might I bettor than they are,
even if nominated. The popular cur
rent ia setting ir the wronj direction
Xor any Fresidontial candidate of tlwt
politics, and if not speedily cheeked
Gen. Grant will be ta easy a candidate
to beat for that position c any that
can bo named. Some new, active
Western Deraocrntio statesman will
probably bo Gen. Grant's successor.
riocnE. The Ely Record objects to
the proposition to Incorporate Pioclie.
It understands that an effort will be
made at this session of the Legist me
to make Pioebe a city. The Record
thinks the town and county well gov
erned enough now.
The shipments of bullion from the
Ely District for the week ending De
cember 23d, amount to nearly fVl.tioO.
The Record learns through a private
letter from Hamilton, that V. II. licth.
ards, under indictment by the Grand
J ury as being accessory before the fact,
to the murder of Knell, has liceti ar
rested there, and will be shortly
brought to Fioehe City.
TueCarsoxMist.-Wo publish in
this number a communication from
the Alta relative to an vrticl recently
published in the Entcrprihc respecting
the Carson Miut. Tho Enterprise ap
pears to be somewhat in error in home
of its conclusions reaiioctiu-r tho In
struction and intentions of.Superiu
tendent Riee, which are corrected by
the article alluded to.
Tub Gold Hill News of last night
ays John Booth, one of the cst
known and highly esteemed meni
bcrs of the printing frternity in this
section, leaves for UnionviHe, Hum
boldt county, this evening, where he
will make his home for awhile, as ho
ia engaged to work on tho Silver State.
Success to him.
Illinois politicians are Just now in a
ferment over the election of a United
Sutoa Senator. Logan, Yates, Koer
ner, Dubois and Ogleshy, are the
prominent candi.lau. Recent di
patcbet, predict tho nomination of !--gn
by tho Republican caucus, but his
defeat by tho Legislature in joint
session.
IIo?t. J. A. JoHxitox Several of the
California papers are urging Hon. J as.
A. Johnson, representative for Califor
nia, for the position or Governor of
that State. There is not a Utter man
to lb Sut for the position, and if
nominated ho would be a powerful
candidate for any opposition to contend
with.
J alien's bill to authorise the sale of
preemption claims on the public
lands has passed the House of liepro
MntaUvM, and mot to the 8eni.
kNU oot to become . i,w
TIlilKK PKItCMC4 SIKAsl HICS
There aro three measures now pend
ing in Congress which aro evidently
based upon a common but mi.-itakeu
Idea of tho purposes and duiiua of tho
Federal Government. One of these
bills proposes to organize a national
sytem of schools another to author
ize the Government to take posi-e-sion
of all tho telegraphs of the country
tho other to authorize a similar poshes
sion of the railroads. .. Other bills of a
similar character might bo cited, but
these throe occupy a prominent posi
tion, m tlicy personally ufl'eot nearly
every person in tho country should
thev become laws. Thero are two e
rious objection to this sort of legWa
tion. First, because it is an intermed
riling with tho local affairs oi the poo
nle. never desiirnod to bo conferred
upon Congress. Second, it would do
stroy the present elttciont business
management of these institutions, and
demoralize and degrade the service to
subserve the purposes of politicians.
Congress in not a Parliament in
which the entiro legislative power of
tho country is vested. Congress no
sesses no authority not expressly dele
gated to it in the division and distribu
tion of tho general legislative powers
of tho country. A portion of tins
power ha been vested in Congress,
tho balanco remains in tho States and
tho iHMjplo. There need bo no conflict
between tho two so long as each eon
fines itself within its legitimate circles
Tho authority to regulate telegraphs,
railroads, and common schools within
their limits has been left with the in
dividual States, and to their owners,
for tho very good reason that each par
ticular locality is supposed to bo best
acquainted with tho necessities of its
own neighborhood, und that every in
dividual should manage his own
speculations in business in Ids own
wav. If tho Government In time
of neaeo once breaks over the
lino which marks tho boundary
of its duties, invades the province
of tho Slato Governments, and at
tempts to carry on a private business
in the community, it overleaps tho
ligilimatu objects of a government,
and differs but little from any other
gigantic incorporation in tho measure
of its extraordinary power. Govern
ments are designed for tho protection
and security of the people not for or
dinary buslnesseorporations. In time
of war thero would bo some justifica
tion for seizing all tho railroads and
telegraphs neeossary for public safety;
but in time of perfect tranquility thero
is no Justification for levying an enor
mous tax, or incurring an extraordi
nary debt to purchnso these lines, and
successfully run them afterwards. By
a similar mode of reasoning Congress
might provide for the purchase of all
the quartz mills in the country, be-
Cfuso It has exclusive coinage or
money; or to purchase all tho wollen
manufactories becuuso Use army needs
blankets; or to transact all the express
business that tho transportation of
stores might bo rendered safe; or to
take exclusive possession of all tho
wheat and tobacco fields becuuso they
might add to its revenues. From taking
chargo of this kind of business tho
transition would be easy to keeping a
hotel, cutting out a suit of clothes, or
running a grindstone to sharpen scis
sors. In short tho General Govern
ment Is departing entirely from tho
objects of its creation when it interferes
i tho lewt with the ordinary avoca
tions of citions. It is establishing
precedents, which being founded on
caprice, Vr interest, and not reason,
are liable to Ihj extended in any direc
tion, and run into tho most absurd
propositions.
It has hecomo almost an axiom that
government can transact no uusine.ss
outside of its legitimate sphere with
tho eflicicncy of privcio individuals.
The personal interests of men lead
them to devote that special attention
to all tho uiinutiie of their business
which is entirely wanting in tint man
agement of public affairs. To take
possession of tho railroads and tele
graphs is virtually to place them
under tho control of mere iolitieian,
more intent ou securing places than
on performing their duties. It would
practically destroy the ellieiency of the
sen ice on thcao lines, snd lead to neg
lect, accidents, ami abuse of opportu
nities now guarded against by tiie
most powerful iemonal considerations.
As for the proposed school nystcm,
its tll'oct would bo ruinous. The bill
of tho Massachusetts member author
izes the President to apMiiut a State
Superintendent of National Schools,
on a $-'1,000 salary, and authorize the
Secretary of tho Interior to apixdnt an
Instructor for each Congressional Dis
trict at an annual salary of $i,onu.
Each of these districts is to lie divided
into School Districts, over which a
local Stijieriutendent Is to preside on a
salary f $J per day. To ay the ex
penses, Hie bill couumiplatcK the I ;y
of a K) i ii tax of fifty million dollars
upon the several States. Tho amount
of iKttronago vested in the President
and Secretary of the Interior under
this bill wcild be cnorrj"" "Mid could
not foil to product) the iuosi demoral
izing result in that service wbieh
above all others should U preserved
pure and unsut.ji-ctcl to political influ
ence. This entire system of centrul
Uing legislation is wrong in principle
and nocessarily disastrous in ennse-quonrwa.
TiltT "HOWL CHUM KVAIA
AW A I MoT THK MIM."
(From tho San Francisco Altu.
F.i.M. Alta: I notice in this morn
Inir's issue of tho Alta, an article from
tlio Yirtriniu Fnterpnso, entitled "A
iiimi from Xttda auaiust tho Mint.
The ' Howl " seems to bo based upon
the fears of the asayer, lest tiieir
business will lw? interfered with under
the in esent administration ol allairs in
thoMnil. It riucli interference is the
strongest argument against Mr. Rice'
course, it eems to me by no moans
i-nneiiifiivo.
ocarcely any great improvement in
manufacturing or business processes
has ever been introduced or can. from
the nature of thin!,', bo introduced
without injuring some existing inter
est. Tho 'introduction of Meain-pro
pelled machinery in inanulactorie
throw hundreds of thousands of hand
out-of employment. The introduction
of tho railroad was a terrible blow to
tho ntuiro coach business; and tho pro
prietors of roadside taverns in Xcvuda
and California would no doubt have
raised u " howl " against Mich a pesti
lent innovation as me Central Pacific
ltadroad. for inlerf.ii-imr with their in
lerests. hud thev .supposed Mich
" howl " would have produced a ben
elieuil result.
The plain common sense question in
such cast s is: Do the benefits resulting
fi.un the chaugo outweigh the tempo
rary ex il it causes ? II iariro column
nitiestiud vast business interests ure
benefitted, it is no good objection to
tho chamio that a few representatives
of some particular class will be injured
At the conclusion ot ine arucio in
tho Enterprise it is asserted, byway of
ariruiiiciil: "Assaying is n private
business, ns much as the reduction oi
ores, and if tho Government wishes to
embark in it, lot tho work l0 done at
a profit, and not at rales that will drive
private enterprise from the field."
This illustration is a very unfortunate
one; lor l iiiiiik. noinmgcHii no uuni-
er than that Government could not do
a better thin for this coast than to
erect extensive and first class works
for the reduction of ores. "Privato
enterprise ' has. so lar, tailed to do
what Is needed. IMloriuous quantities
of the ores ot Xevnda mid I tali g
Kast, und to Swansea, in ales, to lie
reduced. This diminishes tho profits
oftho miner, und prevents the devel
opment of many extensive mining
regions, ami is an incuicuiuoio loss 10
the country.
Ml itloiiz tho line of tho Central
Pacific Railroad in Xevada and L tali
are mines that have laid idle for years,
mi expense rattier man a source oi
revenue to tho country, which mines
could be profitably worked if the
proper facilities for reducing ores
existed.
1 do not seo how tho Government
could do a more beneficent tiling than
to erect at some proper point, in I uli-
fornia or Nevada, reduction works
which would save the necessity of
sending ores thousand of miles and
to foreign countries to be worked, thus
epiny: n larire amount of money in
the country, and furnishing employ
ment to a great number of hands.
So tarns tho case ol the ( arson .Mini
is concerned, tho Kntorpriso simply
alleges that Superintendent Rice in
tends to turn it into an assay oilice; it
seems to ine mat n would uo lime
enough to attack the Superintendent
when this alleged 'intention" -shall be
arricd out, instead of holding him re
sponsible liciorciiaud lor Kin- not j et
nnmitted. it luruier seems lo me
that inasmuch n the miners area
much more numerous class than the
assaycr.s, and the mining interest is a
much more important interest than
that of the individuals concerned in
making assays of ores; and inasmuch
moreover, as private assayers differ
amazingly in their results, it would lie
great benefit to tho mining interest to
lave tiovernniont uo into the assaying
business. To hiiiu up this rather pro
lix communication in two sentences:
First, tho Kutcrpriso merely guesses
that Superintendent Rico "intends" to
do tho thing charged; and, second, if
we admit the guess to be correct, it is
by no means apparent that tin-tiling
liartred is not one lor winch the Su
perintendent is entitled to much credit
uilicrthati biume. M. u. ii.
COMMERCIAL..
Brokers nro sellintr Legal Tenders at
01 and buying at twi'i.
Tho steamer Montana from lntrima
otiehed ot San Dieuo this nipinm',
nrd will beduo hero tomorwyv. (Fri
day) evening. .
The steamer iliiarn laber lett San
Pedro on her return tripat noon to-day.
The steamer California w ill tail for
Portland, mi Saturday, and the Santa
'ruz for Santa Cruz at 4 p. in. to-mor
row (Thursday.)
1 he shipments or treasure to New
York bv rail during tho past week
amounted to SI i.'i.UsT.
The schooner Fannie Hare cfc-nred
for Manila to-day with ,U3 bbls.
Hour, valued at J!!, 17.").
A ptitenl from tho Government to
the Western Pacific Railroad Coin
pan v, for i's.U'fci acres of land, was re
corded in the office of the San Joaquin
County Recorder, Jiecemlier ''!itli.
New York ! t ice of tho epfi in
Mant, report an improvement in Cali
fornia freight by the Horn, aud quote
the rate as follows; Measurement,
U :10c per foot ; nil, .. totiik- js-r'nse;
1 'andles, pic to U .o per Iix ; Nails,
.! to "." j er kc; ; iJqiiur, s-r
tarrel ; I.iiiiiIht, to t:ui per 1000 ;
t imilH-i lmid Coal, ijltj fo p!7 jst ton.
Tho following nro the current quo
tations for Kxchaugo and liuiiion in
tins market: Coin drafts on Atlantic
cities, 1'. per cent ; Currency drafts,
i s'r ts'iit prtmium on gold ; Tele
graph Transfer, IS js-r cent; Fx
ebangn ou Imdon, lVld for t ilay
bills; Gold lt:irs, 'M; Silver bars are
at par; Mexican Dillars, 5,SMi'i per
cent rmiuin on gold.
Miiiin nto'ks were active to-day,
and prices show considerable fluctuation-.
I Miring the Week ending December
Jlih, ;!'. ton ore was extracted from
theSavact mine, asayiinr 1- ! t
ton. The report for tho same week
from t lie Ovi rniati mine, nlmwi 2
Urns ore r-xtrneted, of an approximate
value of T,til I. s. F. Call, stli.
Ql l Ksii-vi.n am Coal. The mar
ket price of quicksilvr has pone up
from forty to ninety cents per isiuud,
:' u!t of a combination which has
.hrown the three principal quicksilver
mines nf California in the band of a
f.w imiividuals, and those of Siain
n tie hauls of the RothchUd. A
Sun Francisco orrespondenl f the
While Pine News hays the same com
bination has nbtainfsl control of all
th cowl now in that market.
EASTERN DISPATCHES.
tiftOHI. T TH CilUOS P.MLT WTI UUISTCS,
tl 1MK HMTlk.S IMU U.VI-
UATKS TU DKCEMBEU 30.
The Carlos and Prim.
MPitli, Deeenibor2JI,
Tho Cortes ox presses it s abhoreneo
of Prim's attempted assassination, antl
passed a vote of confidence in his Gov
ernment.
Seven or eight balls havo been ex
tracted from Prim's shoulder, lie lost
two fingers.
Darmsl mil Home.
oTt'TOAiiDT, December 29.
Darmstadt has iassed tho Federal
treaties.
Rome is hall flooded. Much dam
age is done.
Harbarllirs ti France.
At Orleans nnd Revls excesses were
committed, because the inhabitants
being ruined, were unablo to give the
requisitions demanded. At Orleans
tho Prussians threatened to take away
as Hostages liny prominent ciuzuns,
unless GOO francs, for maltreating sol
diers, bo paid.
lionPEAVX, December -9.
The preseneo of Gambetta gives new
imjtilse to tho sending forward or
troops. Many havo gone to-day from
tho South of France. A great number
of now cannon havo been forwarded
to tho army of Roiubaki. An army
has been sent to cut tho Prussian com
munications at Chausey. A column
sent to Montoir is drawing tho Prus
sians several miles, taking prisoners
ami killing many. '
War DIovciueul.
London, December SO.
General Petlingcr has arrived tit
Havre from llordeaitx to superintend
tho defense. .
Tho Prussians have given indemnity
bonds to owners of vessels destroyed
on tho Seine.
Rot iiL Sru Yol'.ne, Dec. 29.
balloon has landed. The Prus
siaus were furiously attacked yester
day ut Rosuey, Xogent and Mont
Avron. The Prussians unmasked sonio
siege balteries und attempted a bom
bardmcut, but were repulsed with
heavy loss,
COAST DISPATCHES.
ruo.ii SIX FRAXCISCO.
San Fiuscisro, Dee. 30.
San Francisco is being Hooded with
bogus Havana lottery tickets printed
n Xew York, and played around the
streets by hawkers en tho sly.
The first steamer of tho Webber
line, the Xevada, will Btat for Aus
tralia and Xew Zealand sometime be
tween January 20' h and February 1st.
Disturbances growing out oftho re
volt of Jiiumcz, in Gtterro, have lieeu
so far put down as that back mails
ami letters to tho 10th of December
from tho City of Mexico woro received
viaAeapuleo by steamer.
Thero aro a great number of Chineso
booked for Hongkong by tho steamer
to-morrow, but only tho following
abin passe tigers: Chits. Marshall, C.
Iyovett, Hugh Fisher, J. Martbam
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Moore, Mrs.
Verback and family, Dr. Ilolmau, M.
F. Yatc, Rov. K. L. Simmons and
wife, .Mrs. R. Jenkins, Rev. C. II.
Wolf and wife, and Miss Lenmn.
General Cobb gavo his testimony
before tho Rankrupt Commissioners
on the subject of tho management of
the City Rank, of w hich lie was first
President. His evidceo agreed with
that ol other witnesses, to the effect
thai Murphy curried the Rank around
in his pocket, making livnns and dis-
eountingnnd paying depositors on the
streets. Ho thought that a good por
tion of tho ilufiv'ns had gone to pay
Murphy's privato debts, The testi
mony is now closed.
Tho weather is somewhat warmer,
ith sM-lit indications of rain.
The P. jird oi Stock Rrokers to d iv,
after tho regular hcssion, raised (1,20V
for the two Orphan Asylums.
Robert Riber, convicted of roducing
the value of U. S. gold coin by filing,
was taken to San Que ntin to-day and
delivered to the authorities by the U.
S. Marshal.
The Hoard of Education is in tteeret
so bion U-ni;jhl, consulting some mat
ters connected with tho erection of a
girl's high school building on Pino
street.
Major Jack Strait man is improving
his leisure hours during his enforced
retirement from public life, in the
st mly of the law, and intends to apply
for admission to tho Rar as so. n as his
leave of absence expires.
I'KOM OKLUU.V.
Portland, I ice. 30.
The Columbia is now clear of Seo
below Vancouver. The steamer will
probably bo running to tho Indies the
first of next week.
The steamer Ornllamme nailed from
St. Helens to-day with 00 passengers
and a cargo of Hour and produce.
rnu.ii uvuMivu.
Dcatractlta Flr,
Sax Francisco, Icc. 30.
Information has reached this city of
the total destruction of the larhon
Coal Mines in Wyoming Territory, to
gether with the town of Carbon. The
mines were directly under the U. P.
R. R-, and furnished a largo portion of
tho coal for the road and for towns
along the road. On Sunday n smoul
dering fire in a deserted chamber
caused an explosion, which destroyed
the shafting nnd set fire to the mine.
The fire raged with great vigor, and
thaforcoon the Wyoming division oi
the U. P. R. R. were summonod to aid
in extinguishing tho Haines, but could
not succeed. Tho coal bed laid only
SO feet below tho surface, and tho ro
suit was that the bottom of the town
was burned out, and iho citizens do
ertod the place. Tho mine will have
to bo abandoned and tho F. P. R. R
Company w ill have to build a track
three miles long urouud the mines,
Tho work of building tho road is pro
gressing
A HLKS1.1 IXHTKAU OP
t I UK.
Wo alluded yesterday to tho susplc
ions copy of the to called major ex
communication of Pope Pius the
Ninth against the King of Duly which
is callinii out tho denunciations of a
portion of tho iros. Wo find in the
Matysvillo Appeal a communication
1'ciative to this subject, which us wo
predicted, proves tho pretended doeu
liu tit spurious, and merely a copy of
Stemes"' imaginary epistles. So far
from indulging in the Intimate curs
ings set forth in tho article the writer
ol tho Appeal shows that the opposite
was the real lunguugo usod. We
qnoto:
Turning nway from the Impure
pages of Sterne, let us bear Pope IMus
tho Ninth s own words in his l.ney
clical Letter of November 1st, 170,
After bavins: declared that Victor
Kitiiiuuel and hi abettors, who sucri
ligioiisly invaded, or consented lo the
invasion of tho States oftho Church,
"incurred, according to the form and
tenor of our Fetters Apostolic," (not
tho loiui ami tenor of Sterne and tho
Sacramento Lniou,) "published tho
;iiith of March, IHiIO, Maj r Kxcomniti
nication, and the other censure und
Kcclesiastical on;'.llie indicted by tho
Holy canons, aimisioiicju ronstuu
lions, and the Dccrecsuf General Coun
cils. So lar we don't find a single one
of the maledictions fulminated by tho
Sacramento I'nion. Rut let uu bear
Pope Pius out: "Calling to mind that
wo hold on earth tho place of Him
who camo to seek und to savo that
which was lost. Wo desire nothing
more ardently than to em brace with
paternal love tho wandering sons who
may return to us, ami increiore rais
ing our hands to Heaven, in the hu
mility of our heart, wo supplicate
God, to aid us by His succor, to aid
His Church, and to bring about thro'
II is mercy and compassion, that the
enemies oi tiie CI iircli, thinking upon
the eternal damnation which they are
inquiring for themselves, may hasten
to apiH'ase His torriblo Justice, before
tho day of vengeance, and to console,
by their conversion, the heart or their
Holy Mother, tho Church, and our
own grief. I submit, Mr. Kditor, that
these words sound more like a blesing
than the "Fverlasting Curso" attrib
uted to them bv Iho Sacramento
I'iiiou. Tf Pius tiie Ninth, like tho
Roman General Scipio of old, choso to
carry the war into Africa, he might
hear more tall cursing done about the
Sanctum of the Sacramento I'nion in
one day, than ho ever heard in tho
City of Rome. -
Moonev Auain. Tho notorious
Tom Mooney whoso sudden flight
from San Francisco wmio months ago
caused some consternation among cer
tain depositors and a good item for tho
sensational nowspaticrs, has been
found by Frank M. Pixley living in
good style in an elegant mansion at
Iiriissels. Ho informed Pixley that
"financial matters were very much
tliturled in San Francisco."
S. ABRAHAM,
PALACE SALOON!
(Carson street, next door to Cotton's Img
Hture, Carxon t Ity, ev.) -
U' IS 1 1 KM TO INFORM HIS CFSTOM
er, iiml frlen lH ill krc ni nil, that
lliey can Ret ut the itliove huIimiii
THK BKST WIXKS,
Mttrniti AXD CIGAIIS.
Please cull anil see for youmclvM.
oir. ni am Muiit.
Carson City, Ijce. SO. 1ST0. tloHl-tf
F0a SERGE ANT-AT-ARMS.
tf. auk Ai TiioniZKn to av-
ni.um-f tie-nnme of J. M. TIIOMI'-
()N.of rmliv eounlv.as n ciunlhliite
for th nltlee of Heri;'-unl-iil-Arm of tho
,sernii!v. item HI
THO tit AfKL.. Ttrllm of rurly In
iliMTti,.,! rtit.tnff nirvon itrliititv. trtnn-
turft tltry. trt , liATihZ trtl in vul'ieV'Ty 'iTr.
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which br will wl ftw n lii. filinw.iu(f'rr.
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BEETH0LD GREEKEBAUM,
c ;o mi i s s i o v m r. n -1 1 4 t.
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS
Nevada nnd Waahlniftaa Territory .
No. 20C. Montgomery street,
8AX FRANCI-C0. C.KU
Oanrral Acnl nf th T-qtnia Lift Intranr of
Ctecai" f r the Cac Uir ( wt. d aj 3m
HO ! FuB, THE WARM SPRINGS
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SKATINO HI NIC 1
Tit COWKN'H AKISIAfJF. WII.I,
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Kiriin llot- otMtp l'rioni, at II a. in.,
1 ami J '! i u . in. uuilv.
A l.rtr- bKA'i'l.NO KINK near the
Hotel, anil kBte of txery ulio anl li-
K'rl't Kill lo li t. OeiMf
FOR CLERK OF ASSEMBLY.
T
'MR CXIER(iliNKI TAKE IHt OPPOR.
tanity f inf tminc th iwimeiii Mnlm of
lli Aftaiiibly that b m. m uf iit'L an aamrant
f.ir tbo h.m.a-a ft Cbtrf Curk f Ilia aaaM. aart
rafera Ihrm Ut bra iaat ranord t ciiiatnrT. ate.
A. WHITfokti.
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INAUGURATION'
D3 -SL JLj Xj t
The Citizens of .levada
WILL 01 Vg A
GRAND BALL
At Moore & Parker's Hall,
C'AKSO. CITY,
On Tuesday Evening. Jan. 3d, 1871,
IN HONOR Or Till INAUGURATION 01
GOV. L. R. BRADLEY.
Committee of Arraagaaeftti,
Jnmn M. Thomittun,
flanrg I.. OiWon.
J 'lin flak,
E. Ktllj;.
Uujr Tliorp,
Invitation Commit!.
ORMjUr OOVNTT.
If. ii. 11. 0. DlMitol, ll.m. Jm. 8. SlingwUal,
i. C. Kllin, ilou. Jm. r. Uwlt,
. M. UuUin, Hon. D. C. Whitman,
CI. A. Curry, Itjn. J. HmIjt Jgham
Diu'l 0. Curtxtt. Hot. K. H. Millyw,
11m. J. A. Durliugam, Hon. M. 11. VUtnw,
Umi. II. M. Claike,
John E. Clienfy,
Joafh Ruaanahick,
Win. I'atleraon,
JutlKg. II. Wright,
Hon. 0, N. Notawara.
Victor A. Mullar,
0. W. 0. Ferrla,
K. D. Bweonay,
Hon. Tliunuu Walla,
Dan'l 0. Kltimayar,
K. Walker,
Hon. A. D. Traadway,
N. M. aallaraoa,
Samnet Uoiigkinaoi,
Oeorua 0. Lyon,
R. Abraham,,
David McOown,
laaac McConnall,
B. A.Naiara,
U. P. rhlllli.
John lliiaaer,
M. T. Pteaaxt,
Hon. T. D Edwaiif,
W. D. Torrayna,
r. D. Turner,
Oeorfta W. Chadie,
John B. Buckley,
Dr. Water.,
Oeorie D. fryer,
1. r. M Inula,
A. Lewie,
Dr. Oaorra Ma nek tea,
W. J. Uadga,
Hyatt.
Jiwili II . Cowing,
M. 11. IXw,
C. Durai-y.
II. Day,
hnQ. Vox,
SI. Ch tlanliier.
IVt. l Cinnuj(h,
John Q. Moora,
Jamng Praasr.
. P. KrUlila,
SlartiD Kaaaa,
W. D. Kayaer.
B. AVinatmi,
II. R. Jlatoo.
T. Bwife,
Hod. B. II. Madar,
II. K. Mtghala,
laa. A. Marnllibanm,
II. t. Ricu,
Jajub Klein,
Jacob Tobrlnf r,
Oourga Tully,
T. J. Kdwaid.,
Hull, II. II. Ranca,
Dr. J. D. Tliouipano,
Dr. Cultnn,
Cyrna Aduna,
0. P. Willi. x
Jnhn Drlaahach,
C. R. Mi-Clollan,
am.
TOUT CO0TT.
II m t. A. Trlt'a,
Judge R. II. Tijlor,
II. K. Mitchell,
J.T. OKnlmaii,
Major Farron,
Judge B. B. Maaick,
Hon. Thoa. U. Wllliaat.
C. 0. Pandergaat,
Han. John B. W latere,
Joaaa Realey,
Hon. J. 0. Carrie,
0n. C. C. BatteraMa
Thoinat Buudt-rUn3,
wnrrt rmt oor jiTT.
Judge Frank Tilf.wd, Join Wagner,
tun. Thonin J. Tenant, William B. Taarnberg,
Major O'KaHe.
rmncmu ranrrr.
Hon. William C. Orlmn,
William Hill,
ILKO OOCIfTT.
Una. Frank Proctor. 8. B. Wynan,
Col. Janiea 0. Dow.
lasnga oorarr.
Dan Patterena Hon. K. 8. Darlt,
Charlea filler, Henry W. Bntlar.
rraaoLw coinrr.
Got. John 0. tall, Hon. O. K. Slampley.
unobLX roeirrr.
Oeorg 8. Sawyer, Haary Rlrea,
instus (xrtjrrT.
Jn IgnWItllam M Boring Jndge Wm. M. vBt
Una. LawiaDorim, John Wheeler,
won oncirtr.
R jbert eat, John Powell, Jr.
Boraiti oncTT.
Dr. Black, p. H. CTayto.
Warren Waaaoo, John William.
tutol ootnrrT.
Thianaa K. FlayiloB, Jamea. Robert.
Raccplloa Caaaaalttaa.
Jamea M. Thompaon, 0. A. F. Gilbert.
M. M. Ilaig,
Henry Day,
Floor
Joaapb R. Cowan,
George A. Trrrelt,
Capt. Wallace,
Hoary A. Rhoadea,
D. B. Magea.
Theo. A. Hal.
Maaaferl.
J. K. Dey.
Harry Pet era,
H. . Mats.
George I
Floor EMrootor,
R. C Onlrardo.
Ticket!, (Including lopptr,) $10.00
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