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THE FIOCHE DAILY RECORD
TIKSDAY DECEMBERS, 187 A. D. JONE .....EDITOR AGENCIES. 811 Francisco MYBON ANOEL. 4W Montgom ery St.- Kooan No. 11, Sol Agent for Keooed. Btar District. Utah-. A. SCHMIDT a CO. Hamilton T, ST ARB, Russell's Bookstore. WM. GEDLING, News Dernier in Goodrich'! saloon, to oar Agent in Bnlllonville, and It authorised to recelye subscriptions for the Hecobd and receipt for the Mine. Virginia City JAS. McDONALD. Rureka-F. LOEWY CO. A CONTINGENCY NOT PROVIDED FOR. The death o Horace Greeley suggests the possibility of a contingency arising which we believe is not provided for in the Constitution of the United States. Let us suppose that Greeley and Brcwn bad been elected to the Presideacy and Vice Presidency of the nation. Greeley dies; who would be inaugurated as President on the 4th of March neit? The Constitution is perfectly plain on the proposition that in case of the death of the President the Vice President shall succeed him, but this clause seems to relate more particularly to that period when both shall have been regularly in stalled in office. Vt'e are not quite posi tive about it, but our recollection is that the Constitution is wholly silent on the question under notice prior to the inaug uration of the President elect. It is the most natural thing in the world to con clutle that had Greeley and Brown been successful the latter would now be entitled to the Presidential chair, but the point we make is that the Constitu tion does not provide for such a contin gency. Arguing from the same premises there would also bs a question as to who would be Vice President. Eureka Sentinel. The "contingency not provided for" is not owing to any omission in the Fed eral Constitution. That instrument pro vides for the choosing of Presidential Electors by the States, and pursuant to this provision the States of the I "nion chose Electors on the 5th of last month. These Electors are required by law to meet in the respective State Capitals to morrow and to vote for one person as President and auotheras Vice 1 resident. There is no lawful restriction placed upon the action of the Electors, except that one of the persons voted for ahall not be a citizen of the State of which the Elector is a citizen. For the last forty years party nominations have been made and the Electors chosen are bound by a high moral obligation to reflect the will of the party by which they were chosen and vote for the nominees of that party for President and Vice President. The death of Mr. Greeley leaves the Electors chosen in the States of Maryland, Miss ouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia and perhaps one or two others, without any thing to control their action in voting for President except such counsel as they may gee fit to accept from the lead' era of their party and the rank and file of those whose political sentiments they reflect, but they are under a moral oh ligation to vote for B. Gratz Brown as Vice President. Should the candidate of the successful party (Grant) be re moved by death at any time between the day of choosing Erectors and the day on which the Electors are required to east their votes, then they would as far as possible ascertain the wishes of the party and the people and vote accord ingly. v noever snouia receive a major ity would be declared elected. But after to-morrow, when the Electors will meet and choose Grant for President, if he should die before the 1th of March, Mr. Wilson, who will to-morrow be chosen Vice President, would after the 4th of March act as President until other election. ' CONGRESS. The second session of the 4'2d Congress met yesterday, and President Grant's fourth annual message was handed in We have not even a synopsis of the message as yet; but expect to receive it to-day, and will publish it to-morrow. The present session expires by limita tion on the 3d of March. The Senate will be called together March 4th in ex tra session to act upon any nominations the President may choose to make; but the House will stand adjourned until December next, unless in the meantime the present Congress passes an act for the organization of the new Congress on 4th of March. The Attorney-General of the United States has presented a report to the President, regarding the application of a man named Barney Woods, who is now under sentence of death for a commuta tion of his punishment. The Attorney General sayt that for the protection of Hociety it has become necessary to show that the , death penalty should follow quickly and certainly upon the commis sion of the crime of murder. He thinks that there ig nothing to in this case to justify the remission of the sentence by the Court. . , ' :, j . W. W. Smith died at Eureka on Sat urday. . Of the deceased the Sentinel ays:" ! He came to White Pine with the rush four years ago and at one time was Mar shal of Shermantown. He has just been elected Constable of Eureka. Deceased was a native of Massachusetts and aged 4U years. V e understand that he leaves a mother and other relatives somewhere near ttosion. extensive flrsa are raging in Lower California. Fifty square miles of terrl tory have been burned over. SPKlIAI, TO THE PIOCHE DAILY BXCOBD PACIFIC COAST. Salt Lake City, Pec. 2. The richest ledge of silver and galena ore known to exist in this country, was striu k in the Trinity mine, at Galena, near this place, yesterday. The mine is the property of Messrs. Blossom i Thomas Thompson, of this place. Salk Lake, Dec. 2. A veil known dia mond broker of this cily, named Wiel, is aaid to be the party who, with Harpen ding, of San Francisco, aud Arnold, put up the diamond swindle; and efforts are making here by legal process to bring the guilty parties to justice. Juuiu is generally condemned. The victims in Salt L ike lose over $100,000. Indications favor a mild winter. Snow at the greattst nltitude is not over ten inches deep. The roads (wagon and rail) are all open. The Union and Cen tral Pacific trains are running regularly, and generally on time. Several rich strikes in the mines of Little Cottonwood are reported. The President's message is exciting universal attention. San Francisco, Dec. 2. The funds of the City Treasury are exhausted, owing to the slowness with which taxes are be ing paid. Wan-ants will be issued to-day to the Municipal Officers nud School Teachers, and in a few days they will be able to draw their mouoy. One of the counsel for the Diamond Fraud Committee of Investigation states, that they are making rapid and satisfac tory progress in the investigation, and that the persons implicated iu the swin dle ara in in this country, aud within rea:h of our own courts. Conflicting stories about the epizootic in this city are afloat. The best opinion is that thtre are no genuine cases of the disease here. Horses are sick, but with such disorders as are common at this season. The Ajax arrived to-day from Hono lulu, with dates from Australia. There were 23 sharp shocks of earthquake in the Colonies on the 18th of October, but no damage was done. The Free Educa tional bill is likely to pass the Colonial Parliament. The Prince of Saxe-Coburg was at Sydney, and would soon leave for China. On the passage down, Balph Phelp was injured by a block. He died, and was buried at Honolulu. He was a passenger from this city. Gold in New York, 112 J J ; greenbacks, 8889. i Yankee Jim's, Cal., Dec. 2. A daring robbery was committed here last night. M. B. Tubbs closed his saloon' at mid night, put the keys in his pocket, and went to bed. The thieves entered the back Toom, took the safe keys, and ob tained $180 in coin, but left one gold note, some greenbacks, and a check for $100. No clue to the robbers. Vallejo, Dec. 2. The District Court of Solano county commenced this morning at Fairfield. The Valencia Brothers' murder case will be one of the first tried, Sixty jurymen have been summoned for this case. Battle Mountain, New, Dec. 2. This place was the scene of a cowardly assault laBt evening. A blacksmith's helper, named John Sullivan, had a dispute with another blacksmith named William Chap man, and blows ensued. They were sep arated by the bystanders, when Sullivan immediately went for a butcher's knife, and returning, met Chapman and delib erately stabbed him to the heart, killing him almost instantly. Sullivan is now under arrest, awaiting examination. The people are so excited that it will be al, most impossible for the officers to pre vent them from lynching the prisoner. Chapman leaves a wife and two children. San Francisco, Dec. 2. E. M. Lee, indicted for attempting to influence in an illegal manner a juror in tho Brotherton case, has been delivered into custody by one of his bondsmen. EASTERN. New York, Dec. 1, 1872. Follftwing is a copy of the last letter from Horace Greeley to Charles Lanman, of this city New York, June 27. To Friknu Lanman: I received yours of the 25th inst. I have all mv life been doing what people called vastly foolish, impolitic acts, and I did not dispute their judgment, i only said tnat which seem ed to me the right thing. If I should die before election, or be beaten therein, E lease testify for me that I do not regret aving braved public opinion when I thought it wrong and knew it to be mer cilesH. Horace Greeley The Secretary of the Treasury has authorized the Assistant Treasurer at New York to purchase $1,000,000 worth of bonds each Wednesday, and to sell $1,000,000 in gold each Thursday in De cember. The House Committee on Appropria tions, which has been in session two weeks, has perfected the legislative, ex ecutive and judicial appropriation bill. Indian appropriation bill, consular and diplomatic bill, and pension bill. The postoffico bill will be reported to the House this week. The President has written a letter in complimentary terma accepting the re signation of Gen. Horace Porter. Baltimore, Dec. 1. The Maryland Electors, chosen at the lint election, meet to-morrow night to decide how the Totes shall be east, in consequence of the death of Greeley. The importance attached to the vote seems to be the bearing it may have on the nomination four years hence, Now York, Dec. 1.-.A St. John'i (N. B.) dispatch gives an account of the vio lent storm there on Fviday night. Yes terday it was doing great damage to the shipping iu the harbor and wrecking a number of vessels outside, with consider able loss of life. In the city several houses were blown down, and a portion the new edifice, nearly completed, for the Young Meu's Christian Association fell. Three groceries were crushed; several dwellings were blown over and barns de molished. Fears are entertained for the fleet which left port the other morning. The remains of Greeley were brought to this city from Pleasantville on Satur day evening, and are now at the residence of Thomas SincUir. The two daughters of Greeley and Mrs. Gibbons accom panied the remains to this city. The Herald mentions that the Union League have hopes that President Graut will take part in the funeral obsequies of his late distinguished rival in the politi cal field. The office of Surveyorof the Port, now vacant, will be filled under the civil ser vice rules. Eight hundred men were discharged from the Navy Yard yesterday. Philadelphia, Dec. 1. Officers of the Mexican National Railway received a tel egram from the City of Mexico, dated Nov. 27, saying the Mexican Congress passed, that day, by a majority of 06, a bill authorizing President Lerdo to ar range with Gen. Kosecranz the modifica tions desired to thoir existing concession, leaving the latter in full power. The Company ask for subsidy in national bonds, in lieu of the land grant given them iu December, 1870. New York, Dec. 1. The Trustees of the Tribune, at a meeting on Saturday, appointed a committee, consisting of Sin clair, Keid and Cleaveland, to take entire charge of the arrangements for Greeley's funeral. Tbey have fixed it for Wednes day, at 11 o'clock, from the Church of the Divine Paternity, Rev. Dr. Chapin. No ipecial invitations are to be sent out, but it is already known that the organi zations of various kindsare taking formal steps for attending in a body. Chillicothe, O., Dec. 1. Col. John R. S. Bond, editor of the Sciota Gazette, and one of the oldest western journalists, died here to-day. Washington, D. C, Deo. 1. Estimates for the fiscal year 1873-4 are: Legisla tive establishment, $2,973,274; Executive establishment, $17,129,201; Judicial eg- tabhshment, $3,587,050; Foreign Inter course, $1,326,754; Military establish ment, $32,894,854; Naval establishment, $20,154,220; Indian affairs, $5,700,975; Pensions, $30,500,000; Publio Works, $29,687,345; Postal Service, $7,410,602; Miscellaneous, $9,596,974; Permanent appropriation, $147,361,913. Elmira, N. Y., Dec. 2. Patrick Flynn was found dead this morning, from in juries received in a scuffle with fireman McCaully. New York, Dec. 2. In New York and Brooklyn, yesterday, the leading divines, with few exceptions, took occasion to ad dress thoir congregations on the subject of Greeley's death. Despite the unfavor able weather, the churches were thronged everywhere, and high tributes were paid to the virtues and good qualities of the deceased. The Sun announces that Mr. Greeley's body will be in state in the City Hall to day and to-morrow, and pall-bearers will be selected to-day. The body will be de, posited in the family vault at Green, wood. The attaches of the Tribune yes terday passed appropriate resolutions on the death of their chief. The sale an nounced at Chappaqua on Saturday was simply a sale of superfluous farming im plements, and had been determined upon by Mr. Greeley at the time of his wife's death. The sale was postponed on ac count of his death. Senator Schurz, who passed through tho city on his way to Washington, last evening, expressed re gret at his inability to attend the funeral Minister Washburn has arrived here The schooner Multcr, from Philadel phia, sunk yesterday, in a squall off Sandy Hook. One of the seamen was drowned. Of the remaining four men who clung to the rigging until rescued in an almost lifeless state, one person, the steward, was frozen to death. The World says the Electoral vote in tended for Greeley cannot be cast for another, but must be cast for blank. The Times says the reckless storage of immense quantities of inflammable oils in the lower part of the city, is the sub ject which the authorities should at once consider, as from the present aspect of the situation it is one of great danger, Chicago, December 2. A Washington special gives the main points of the President's message as follows: It will not favor very much more reduction of taxation, as the needs of the Treasury for expenses, interest on bonds and pay me nt of the debt, will equal the present revenue. Liberal appropriations are re commended to continue improvements in Washington. The Cuban troubles are commented on at considerable length and deplored. No mention is made of Commissioner Douglass' plan for re ducing the force in the Internal Revenue Department, by merging the offices of Assessor and Collector into one; and no approval is expressed of the postal tele graph recommendation of the Postmas ter General. Considerable space ig de voted to the condition of affairs on the j Mexican border: and the attention of Congress is called to it, The matter is much discussed among papers as to the proper course for the Greeley and Brown Electors to pursue in view of Greeley's death. Quite a num ber of Democratic papers urge the view that as they cannot cast their votes for the deceased, they are at liberty and should cost their votes for some repre sentative Democrat, and Hendricks of Indiana is mentioned by a number of papers in this connection. Others, in cluding some southern papers and the Cincinnati Commercial, favor casting the vote for Grant as a graceful acquiescence in the decision of the majority of the voters, while still others, including the Cincinnati Enquirer, believe the Electors have no discretion in the mutter, but having been elected solely to perform a specific duty, must perform that duty by casting the vote for Greeley and Brown. The Tribune of this city argues that in accordance with the spirit of the Constitution the Electors should vote for Brown, who, iu case of Greeley's elec tion and death before inauguration would be constitutional President. FOREIGN. Berlin, Dec. 1. The Emperor, by de-. cree, has created !if Peers out of the ranks of Government officials, generals and land-owners. Paris, Dec. 1 The resignation of M. Lefranc, Minister of the Interior, was tendered yesterday, immediately after the result of the debate in the Assembly was declared, and has been accepted by the President. A Cabinet Council was held to-day, which lasted three hours. All the ministers have offered their resigna tion, but up to the present time Thiers refuses to accept them. The President is much affected by the last vote of the Assembly, and says the Only course left for him is to resign. Nothing hag yet been settled, aud the situation is one of the gravest. Paris is uneasy, but the monarchists are firm and confident. London, Dec. 2. An orderly meeting was held at Hyde Park yesterday. Odger and Bradslaugh were the principal speakers. A resolution condemning the Public Parks Regulation Bill was adopt' ed. A petition was drawn askinz the re signation of Commissioner Agerton. E. B. Morr, Ja., I O. H. Fn, I Joan O. Hon, Sacramento. Piocne. Eureka. MOTT, FISH & CO., Meadow Valley St., PIOCHE - - - - NEVADA, IMPORTERS And Dealers in HARDWARE, MILL AND MINING GOODS. Dapout's Blasting Powder, Giant Powder anfl Caps, Candles and Fuse, Blacksmith's Hardware, Iron and Steel. Steam and Gas Fittings, Brass Goods, Belting, Etc. At Hamburg the longest day has sev enteen hours and the shortest seven. At Stockholm the longest has eightten and a half hours and the shortest five and a half. At St. Petersburg the longest has nineteen aua tne stiortest five hours. At Finland the longest has twenty-one Hours and a half and the shortest two and a half. At Wanderbus. in Norwav. the day lasts from the 21st of Mav to the 2d of July-the sun not getting below tne norizon ler me whole time, but skim mine along very close to it in the north At ispitzDergen tbe longest day lasts three mourns ana a nan. A case has just been tried in a San rrancisco (Jourt in which one Fannie bimpson was indicted for arson. There was no question of thevguilt of the defen dant; but it appeared in the indictment tnat tne bouse burned was the Dronertv of Alfred Borel, when the stupendous fact was that it belonged to Alfred Borel & Co. Upon this macnitudinous show ing, the prisoner's attorney moved the Judge to instruct the jury to return a veraici oi acquittal, it was so ordered, Shade of the blind goddess, what a mock ery oi justice is tnis. Alva. C. Bishop, M. D. 8. L. Lu, M. D Drs. BISHOP & LEE, Physicians tfc Surgeons, Main Street, PIOCHE NEVADA dS-tf Notice to Stock Subscribers or The Ploche Phcrnlx Mining Company. Notice is hereby liven that tha third .nH final payment, for subscription at Ploche, for hares of the Ploche Phoenix Mining Company win uo uue un iwcnmmr oinpayinentB to be made at the Bute Bank of Nevada. Subacrlb. en are by this notified that under Articlea of Agreement signed Dy them, that full and com. plete payment mutt be made that day, other- wise their right to shares and all former pay. uisuis win oe ioneuea. BARNITM W. FIELD. Manager State Bank of Nevada, Agent tor Incor porators r. r. m. a ix. December 2d, 1873. d3 St ChecbfJStolen. A RAYMOND k ELY CHECK IN FAVOR of Hanley, tor f 130, wax stolen from the undersigned yesterday. All persons ara cau tioned sgsinst negotiating the same, m payment as oecn sioppea. HENRY FREUDKNTHAL. Piocke, December 3d, 1873. dS-tf CITY CLUB ROOMS, Main Street, above the Corner of Meadow Valley. The Best of Liquors, CHOICE BRANDS OP CIGARS, T OPEN ALL NICHT1 HIS WILL BE A PLEASANT PLACE OF resort during the winter evening. d:Mf W. I,. BROWN, R. W. ALLEN, GEO. FINNEOAN. WSML WSR, Mala Street, PIOCHE, NEXT DOOR TO THE RECORD OFFICE. PEARSALL fc A Wholesale sr Retail. Give as s call. CO.. Buccenora to JASPER HARROLD, RE NOW READY TO FURNISH THE rinesi neata oi an kinds at Low Prices, dS-tf A General Assortment of S T O V 13 , TIN AND COPPER WARE, NAILS. II OUSE FURNISHING GOODS, Capenter and Millwright's Tool. Doors and Windows, Russia Iron Battery Screens Made to Order, Cutting and Fitting Gas Pipe. Mill and Furnace Work Done on Short Notice And Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction. M-tf MOTT, FISH Si CO. List of Letters REMAINING IN THE P08TOFFICE AT Ploche. Nev.. Dec. 1. 1873. If not called for In one month they will be sent to the Dead utter umce at Washington, D. C. Abrahams Miss B Auman Geo F Acecks Jos Alexsnder 8 Aitkin Win Adleman A A cocks R Baugh Bam'l Bauchamp O Barrett John Baker John T Black W Battencourt Mrs 3 ' Bettram A R Bird M W Blackburn G W Bennets Wm Bennet W M Barrows John 3 Brose Mrs K A 3 Butterneld Geo W Bolsnd W 8 Bone L J Carlin D Caldwell 8 Calloway B t'arsner A Chandler H H Converse McMshon Cotton 8 D Conners P Cumoe J g Cummin M G Cregan Jas Cole Hiram Cutler G H Detwiler W Dickey J 8 ' Dewing Mrs M Davis Mrs 0 Dugdsle E Drrw I H Dowdle A F Dooley Wm Donnelly Jas 3 Davenport Jss Doscher Mrs Dodd Wm Dam A DeKay A A Diiscoll M Evans W H Evans Thos Early Thoa 3 Evana Wm FinlryBon G French E R Flinn R B Tayle D Flynn P Fitter D Franciar de Souls M Fellows 8 A Goodrich H M Grsnt Mr Gorham C M Harrold Jasper Harper W E Hendricks 8aml Hagget Mrs M Halloran T Hewetl John Hutchin A Hicks D W Hinckley Geo Hlgglns 8 HoUoway T J Hainiston B Hunter H Hughes W O Hogan Thos Holbrook A Humphreys J F Hocking 8 Hunt D B Hod son J D Hopkins R W, Hulbert C James Richard Johnson W M Jones W Jones J Jeannot L Jackson L D Jones Mr Eelley John Kellog M E Kelly D Kiesele E Kuencer O F Krook B O Lawaon John Lawson Eliza Lagrue H 3 Lanower J Leary T P LeBeuf G Landrush A Langlais Felix McCarrol P 3 McArter C McCurdy S Mccreary Jas McCullough J M McGraham 8 McLean G 3 Mclnness J W McGuhan W McMinis Miss McFeal A E Mateo 8 Matton 8 Manghan J W Maxwell N M Marquis A Matthewaon A Marshall E Manning J M Mitchell Thos Meehsn M Meeban E C Mitchell W H Mllner J Melstead J Mochinst Jas Morse Elias Moudofl H 8 Non-la G H Norton D C Newland Frank Nowell N B Netlson J R Nelson Thos O'Neil John Olds E Opie James Otis Geo W Olson H Phillips T W Perros 8 Philips J R Parker W Peterson J Peacock G D Price F P Prevos H Pltser D Kegan M Reed O J Ramsey E Rafferty J ltialle L Hattelle D Randolph J 0 Kourke M J Rountree J Rogers J W Robinson JSP Rsy J F Roberts E Bcott L S Scott Buss Schofield R G Scrtbnar W H Seguin T Simpkins 0 H Severance D Stephens 8 Spilling J H Starr D Stevens A Stall Frank Stein Chas 3 Small John Thompson K Tayle W H Trapet P Twohing H Tracy Thos Tyacke R Wasley Walter White Frank 3 Waud P H Williams J G Woodruff W valuable Lrrrxas. Geo McKee Richard Williams W J Jones bsld roa POSTAOK. G A Bockhoffs Mrs W W Kennoa X D Whipple H. M. BARNES. P. M. Orient Silver Mining Comn.- Location of works. Klv MiS, ,"J?PT coin county, Nevada. Noti,- i. C Lin- that at a meeting of the lioard of TrL. VM, said Company, held on the Twentv .i iT . day of November, A. V. lm" L ,Sf,,l (No. 1) of Tweuty.flve (25c) Cent. D.".Tn was levied upon tbe capital stock of JL" pany, payable Immediately, in United af?1" gold coin, to the BecretW, at the office company, Room i Hay ward's BuIUUm ,.'?f fomia street, San Francisco, California Any stock upon which aa id uut remain unpaid on Friday, the third iu, of January, A. D. 1873. eh'il be deemed If5' quent, and will be duly advertiseTfor mil"': public auction, and unless payment i,Tn made before, will he Bold on MONDAY tm TWENTY-SEVENTH (27) DAY OF JANc7hvE 1873, to pay the delinquent assessment to.V,: with costs of advertising and ex pen., of JOSEPH MAGULKE, Secreu' ' Office-Room 28 Hayward's Building ft,, fornia street, Han Francisco, California -dl-td Harper Silver Mlalair Cananaav Location of Works Ely Mining DistrtetTUiS County, State of NevadaNotice 1. hereW given, that at a meeting of the Board of TniZ toes of said company, held on the Twenty t.nj day of November, 1872, an assessment i VT of TEN CENTS per share waa levied upon thi capital stock of said company, payable imml diately. In United State, gold anrf silver Z to the Secretary, st the office of the companv No. M Montgomery street, San Francisco til ifornia. ' Any stock upon which aaid assessment .hall remain unpaid on the Twenty.llftb. dar of December, 1872, Hhall be deemed deliif fluent, and will be duly advertised for sale public suction, und unless payment shall' be made before, will lie sold on MONDAY the Thirteenth day of January, 1873. to pay th. delinquent asm-KHnient, together with the costs of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Trusters. JOHN B. WILDE, Secretary Office: No. 304 Montgomery street, San Fran Cisco, California. m.t(j BANCROFT'S (721 MABKITST) HOLIDAY PRESENTS. STANDARD BOOKS IN FINE BINDING Christmas (lift Hooka, Elegant Galleries' Choice Poems, Flue Stationery, Japanese f'abl! net, etc. We have an immense stock of ele. gantly Illustrated Hooka and a magnificent a. sortnient of Choice Stationery, suitable for Hull, dsy Presents, which we are onerlng st New York Prices. Photograph Albums, Bibles and Prayer Books, Ladies' Work Boxes, Ivory Card Cases, Children's Books, Portiolios, Writing Desks, Gold Pens, Diaries for 173, Monogram or Crest, Pocket Cutlery, Engraved VIsitlug Cards. Bancroft's is the place to buy Holiday Presents. A. L. BANCROFT k CO. n'.'7-liu San Francisco, Cal. FOR SALE. ; 4 IlOt-SE AND LOT ON CEDAR BTRKET, -m. immediately . opposite the Eii&conal Lurch. ffttuao wll .ilniil.ul ..f fun.ll . .1 i , . . . . . H . mi i , j , .iju i. ui a desirable place for a Boarding House and Lodg- inquire at nlttf JESSE BEENE'8 DRUG STORE. ! GRADING. JOHN PRIDMOBt WILL ATTEND TO ALL ORDERS FOR grading Lou Cellars, 4c, at short notice. Satisfaction guaranteed. All orders left at Tom: Forsyth'a Restaurant, opposite Clarke k Bro.r Lower Main street. JOHN PRIDMORE. nl9-tf 8an Francisco Restaurant' AND Oliop IZoujso, Meadow Valley street, next door a South of Travis Bros.' Stable. Olbfrled it Brlsarhr, Proprietor. ' Fresh Oysters in every style. Open dsy and nlcht for the aceotnmoHseibn of" the public. , asi-tf 8. D. POTTER'S SALOON, Next Door to O'Neil'. Meat Market,. Meadow uiey street, Ploche. Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars Will be constantly kept. Open day and night. nw-ti 8. D. POTTER, Prop'r. WANTED. , . SITUATION BY AN EXPERIENCED BOOK KEEPER. Apply at this office. u30-4t St. John Lodoe. V. and A. M. Hall on Lacour Street. Stated Communications, Fourth Saturday Evening in each month. Called Cominunna tions, First, Second snd Third Saturday Even ings, at 7 o'clock. ,A. A. YOUNG, W. M. , J OHM B. Shaw, Secretary ; nW-tf ,'" WOODRUFF &. MURPHY, ANATOMICAL IluU. JU.al.lVK.K25, ' Opposite Old Theatre Building, Meadow Valley Street, Ploche. - Stook. Sb 'Work.rtis.nslilp Superior to Anything In PIOOHE, Product Leather used. TOOTHING BUT THE BEST FRENCH A Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Repairluu; done with Neatness and Dispatch. nlD-tf NEW TaUNDRY On Iiwer Main street. II CHECK LOST. DRAWN BY WILLS, TABOO k CO., ON San Francisco, in favor of Thomas Price, for IM.26, dated October 4, 1871, and numbered M. All parsons ara cautioned against nego tiating said check, aa payment has bean .topped. UlO-lm THOMAS PRICE. W. PAULDING AS JUST STARTED A FIRST-CLASS LAUNDRY. , , All orders, called for and delivered on short est possible notice and satisfaction guaranteed. A share of public patronage respectfully so llcltcd. No Chinamen employed. n'iS tf WANTED flO KNOW THE WHEREABOUTS OF Thoa. M. Wells Taylor or "Tom Taylor," who owned mining claims at Rabbit Creek, Cal ifornia, aud who run a passenger train from said place to Qulncy, Cal., in 1855. He will find it greatly to his Interest to call at once upon tha undersigned. D. I. WILMAN8. November 38th, 187i. - niW-lw J. WAGNER'S LODGING HOUSE. Main street, Piocbe, above Thornton f Kclley'a law office. :i ItO Rooms Famished In tha best style, and adapted for families or single gsntlemen. (niW MRS. WARD. HAS ON HAND A NICE A880W- II ment of Oooda, and sollota natronam of the public. Bar price, are moderate. RcsroBMca on Lacour street. Court House and PostonVce. ,, between th.