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WMBIMDtT. SEPTEMBER , 11173 Th Boiiness Office of the Piochi Dailt Bcoo&d will be hereafter in the offlc of H. B. Breakey, it Michael' cigar store, Uoin stmt, opposite Meadow- Valley. THK StTRIMI COURT OF CALL FORMA. The Justices of the Supreme Court of California who took offloe in January, 18G4, wrj Sanderson, Crtrrey, Sawyer, Khodc and Shatter. Sanderson was re-elected in 1863, but resigned, and Temple was appointed by Governor Haight to fill the vacancy nntil the then succeeding election, at which time (1871) Temple Was defeated by Kites. Currej was defeated by Spragua in ISC'; in 1872 Spragne died, and Governor Booth ap pointed Belcher to serve until the elec tion to tiika place next month. For this position McKee and Dwindle are oppos ing candidates. Sawyer was defeated for re-election by Wallace, now Chief Jus tice. Rhodes was re-elected in 1871, and is the only ono of the fir.t fire Justices now on the bench. Shatter leBigncd in 1867, and Governor Haight appointed Crockett to serve nntil the then ensuiug election, when he was elected by the people. A question has arisen as to whether the Justices elected to fill vacan cies arc entitled to a full term of ten years, or only for the fraction of the term not served out by reason of the death or resignation of a Justice. The question was raised, but not discussed to any great extent, iu 18G9, when Crockett was elected in place of Shatter, resigned. At that time a Justice was elected in place of Sawyer, whose term expired in . January, 1870. The proclamation of Governor Haight in 1869 calledaior the election of two Justices of the Supreme Court, without referenoe to long or short term. It would seem from the language , of his proclamation of 1869 that Govern or Haight believed that a Justice elected to fill a vacancy would be entitled to a full term of ten years; and the fact that Governor Booth's proclamation calls for ths election of only one Justice" (when the term of Shaffer, had he remained on the bench, would expire in January next) shows that he coincides with the view of his predecessor. A committee com posed of the three of the ablest lawyers in California S. H. Dwinelle, S. M. Wilsou and J. P. Hogo has decided that a Justico elected by the people is entitled to bold office ten years, and the Democratic State Convention reached the same conclusion. Jf it be the correct view, there will be no election f.r a Jus tice of the Supremo Court in California till 1879, unless a vacancy occurs by death, resignation or removal from office. The Moscow Gazette proposes to popu late the extensive territories of Bnssia with Chinese. Not only the far extend ing country on the Amoor river is to be peopled by colonies ol Chinese laborers without whom ths construction of the projeoted railway in Siberia would bo an impossibility, but the Chinese are to be domiciled also in European Itussia and cultivate the steppes of New Russia to the slopes of the Caucasus. The iron industry of the Ural mountains is to be developed by the Chinese, and to arrive at dimensions hardly dreamed of to-day. To effect all this, the Russian repre sentatives at Peking are to take meas ures to direct the emigration of Chinese to Russia, by land as well as by sea, the latter by means of the Russian steamers trading by way of the Suez Cnml from Odessa to China. All Russian Consuls are to be instructed to assist in this, and the Gazette is thoroughly convinced that the Chinese will in their own interest prefer emigrating to R issia rather than to America. Old KKWsPAPsas. The oldest paper ic this country is the Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Gazette, whose first issue ap peared on October 27, 1756. The follow ing is a list of all the newspaper in the world over a hundred years old: Established. Frank tort Guttle ion Leipeic (raxetts 1060 UHMl'jB Uszette 16S Stud ford (Eng. I Uercury IBM Edtnbarv Courant 17us Rostock Gaxette 1710 Newcastle Eng. Courant 1711 Leeds (Eng. Mercury... 11 18 Berlin Uaxette 17M Leicester ( Eng. I Journal 176a Dublin Freeman'. Journal 17M Portuouuth (N. H iGuotte 17M Newport R. l. Mercury T7S8 New London (Ct.l Ouette 17R3 Hertford (0t. Courant 17(4 New Hevn (Ct.) Journal 17f.7 Salem (M.) (uette..i 1708 Worcester (Mas. 1 Spy 1770 Baltimore American 1773 Hon. Hinei T. Blow, of Missouri, at the St. Louis Convention of Congress men, to consider the wants of the West, submitted the following table, showing the cost of transportation of grain by the various routes in use. By rail, per ton per mile n mills. By canal, per ton per mi le 7 By lake, per ton per mile By river, per ton per mile 3 14 By ocean, per ton per mile 1 14 Thus, adds Mr. Blow, does it appear that the cost of river transportation is more than one hundred per cent cheaper than canal transportation, and within a fraction of five hundred per cent, cheaper than railway transporta tion. Does not this important fact, he further adds, suggest a solution of the great question now under discussion? Tbi latest and most accurate data of the European harvest shows considerable deficiencies in the wheat crop of England, France, and other conntries. The defi cienoy is estimated at about 225,000 bush els. As Russia has hardly an average yield, America will find a market for all her magnificent crop. The exports of the great staples are now immense, and there is a great demand for British exohange with which to pay for them. The rise of exchange nearly to the point that makes it profitable to ship gold this wsy must bo reckoned among the chief causes of the break of the gold clique. With the balanoe of trade once more setting in oar favor, there will be less sport in cornel ing the gold market. A "Wasbbuhs" directory is pub lished. Here it is: Elihu B. Washburn, of Illinofs, Minister to France; Cadwal lader C. Washburn, Governor of Wiscon sin; William B. Washburn, Governor of Massachusetts; Peter T. Washburn, ex Governor of Vermont; Israel Washburn, defeated candidate for Governor of Min nesota; Henry D. Washburn, ex-Member of Congress from Indiana; Charles . A. Washburn, ot California, ex-Minister to Paraguay. A Nrw Pasts is Camtobnia. A State Convention has been called at Sacra mento to-morrow for the permanent or ganization ot the People's Independent Party. That convention will determine the advisability of nominating candidates for Justices of the Supreme Court, and probably choose a State Central Commit tee. Wg shall endeavor to obtain tele graphed advice of the action of this con vention la time for Friday's Issns. Ths political conventions yet to be held this year are the New York Repub lican State Convention, at TJtica, Sep tember 21; New York Colored Republi can State Convention, at Utica, heptem ber 21; Minnesota Liberal Democratic State Convention, at St. Paul, Septem ber 21; New York Colored State Conven tion, without distinction of party, at New York city, October 2, adjonrned over from recent meeting at Saratoga Springs. It will be seen that three of these conventions are to be held to-dav. The statement having gone the rounds, in the obituaries of Geo. N. Stnd-rs, that hi grand-father, Col. Geo. Nicho las, proposed the famous Kentucky reso lutions, and was the, advocate of the adoption of the Federal Constitution against the opinion -of Patrick Henry, the Paris Reqtuckian says the Kentucky resolutions were presented by John Breckinridge of Kentucky, who received them from Mr. Sanders, who received them from Thomas Jefferson. The St. Louis Republican, of a late date, speaking of the action of the Dem ocratic party at Baltimore last year, says: "This singular act is irrevocable. It was a dissolution of the National Democratic Organization, and the separated elements of that organization will not and cannot be wholly reunited. It was an abdication, and abdications are never re NEVADA STATE ITEMS. VIBQINA. The Enterprise confirms the surmises of the Chronicle in regard to the ab sconding of E. F. Clarkson, City Clerk. He is lergely indebted to various parties. It is thought he will be apprehended and brought back to Virginia. We gather these items from the Enterprise, of the 20th: - AnnrsTED ron EsiBEZZJJtMENT. L. 8. Wild, Manager of the Atlantio and Pa cirlo Telegraph Company in this city, was last evening arrested on a charge ol em bezzlement preferred ngninst him by F. L. Vandenburh, Superintendent of the affairs of said company. Mr. Wild is charged with having taken and converted to his own use $1,086.73 belonging to the Telegraph Company. Pending an examination, Wild was lodged in; the (Jounty Juil. lie will probably have a hearing to-day before Justice Marple. Wild's friends seem to think that be will probably come out of his trouble all right. Lost his Right Hand. Daniel Arnold is the name of the young man who had the misfortune to have bis riulit hand caught by an edging saw at Captaiu Pray's saw-mill, at Luke Tahoe, lust Wednesday. As we stated a day or two since, uis tnuniD aUd all bis hngerg, ex cept the little finger, were cut off by the saw. Ilia hand, as we have since learned, whs so badly mangled that the physioian called to bis assistance found it necessa ry to amputate it at the wrist. Mr. Arnold is but about twenty years of age, and hnd been at work for Captain Pray since Inst March.. The Chronicle of the 20th contains a graphic account of the fire in the Yellow Jacket, the material portions of which have been sent us by telegraph. Wo copy the concluding paragraph: Coroner Holmes, who was on the pas senger train from Reno this morning, hearing of the calamity, dropped off at the Hill at 5 o'clock, and subsequently summoned a jury, made an examination of the dead bodies and adjourned the in quest until 10 o'clock Tuesday morning next. GOLD HILL, The News contains an interesting ac count of the Yellow Jacket fire, with the following editorial comments: The serious and fatal explosion which took placo in the Yellow sjucket mine this morning, has caused intense excite ment both in this city and Virginia. Six victims have been taken out, and many more are poisoned with the gas and shocked by the explosion. At this writ ing the fire is still burning, but is con fined to a small portion of the miue. Visible grief pervades the city, and large numbers are watching the efforts being made to extinguish the flames. The shadows of this awful calamity have en shrouded many families and friends ot the dead, whose sudden and awful end has spread a mantle of sorrow over ths whole community. EENO. From the Journal of ths 20th, we copy the following: To Leave Cs. F. R. Girard, Pastor of the Congregational Churoh in this place, has beea ordered by the American Home Missionary Society to San Ber nardino, and will take his departure for that place on the 25tb inst., universally regretted by his numerous admirers. Rev. O. Clark, of Iowa Falls, Iowa, will supply the vacancy tbns created in Reno. The State Pebos. We have been in formed by Governor Bradley, Secretary of State Miuor, and Attorney General Bnckner, that they will be in Reno the latter part of next week and select the site tor the new State Prison. The Central Piciflo and V. T. R. were cited to appear before the Board on the 21th of September and show cause why th-ir property should not be raised as per complaint on file. Railboad Assessment. The County Assessor of Storey County has assessed the V. & T. R. R. at the rate of $10,000 per mile. In Ormaby they were assessed at $12,000. CABSON. The United States District Court was to have held a session to-day, but Mrs. HJlyer being so seriomly ill, of course the Jndge will not be present. The Austin (Texas) Statesman regrets that the "State burying Rround" should be so neglected that the inclosure is broken down and stock go in and out at will, beating down the graves and break ing the tombstones. Qceew Victobia will, it is said, visit the Isle of Skye while on her Highland tour. She will be the first British sover eign since James IV. of Scotland, who has visited the Hebrides. Salt Laze lost about 960,0ut) by the Eastern failures, Telegraphic Dispatches SPECIAL TO THE PIOCHE DAILT RPCunC. Eastern Dispatches. Tweatv BUUImu tar Relief PwjjIllnU Arretted la at. Lewis The Pemn .ylvanla R. R. C. aaa the Labor ersStock Exchange Closed That Yellow Fever at Sbreveport The Excitement Wearing- Oat Two Millions la Doaas Boaght A..e.. seats for Party Farposea. Washington, Sept. 22. The Fresidtut bad another interview of more than an hour with Secretary Richardson at the White House to-day, at which Secretary Delano and Postmas ter Gen. Creswell were present. It has been decided to send $20,000,000 from the national treasury here to ' Assistant Treasurer Hillhonse, in New York, to night, to enable him to buy all bonds that may be offered. Buffalo, Sept. 23. H. W. Baird & Co., private bankers snd brokers, closed this afternoon. St. Louis, Sept. 22. Mike McCool was arrested last night at his training quarters, and Tom Allen was arrested to-day, several miles sontb of the city. Both were brought here and put under bonds of (1,000 each ts keep the peace. Tbentos, N. J., Sept. 22. The Pennsylvania R. E. Company has reduced the number of hours for laborers and road men to eight hours per day, and the pay-rolls will be re duced accordingly. The laborers will strike against the new rate. New Yobe, Sept. 23. The Governiug Commmittee of the Stock Exohange have decided not to open the Exchange to-day. CrKciSKAin, Sept. 23. General Superintendent Van Horn sends to Wm. Orton, President ot the Western Union Telegraph Company, the following dispntch, dated Louisville, Sept. 23: "Twenty deaths at Shreveport yesterday. The disease is spreading in the suburbs, and attacking acclimated persons and blacks, who are generally exempt. Superintendent L'Homuiedie reports that the destitution is becoming nearly as alarmingly as the pestilence. New Yobe, Sept. 23. The excitement on the Btreet seems to be we iring itself oat, and better feeling appears to exist. Brokers have congre gated in front of the Stock Exchange and formed a street market, all sties be ing for cash. The Union Trust Company are still preparing a statement, which they will make publio late in the day. New Yobe, Sept. 23. Two millions in bonds were bought at the Snb-Treasnry. Washington, Sept. 23. President Grant and General Babcock left for Long Branch to-day. The Presi dent returns on Thursday with his family. St. Louis, Sept. 23. Special Agent Wilson, of the Postjfflce Department, has been here several days investigating matters in the Postofflce relating to the alleged assessment of clerks by Postmaster Filley, for political and other purposes. The result of the investigation is not yet known, nor will it be uutil Wilson makeB hisreport to the Department at Washington, w hither he has gone. Foreign News. Garibaldi Tenders Ills Sword to Spain Victor Emanuel, Francis Joseph and Emperor William Financial Troubles In Canada Fire In Smyrna The Polaris C rew Coming- to New York-The Wife of Bismarck Dead A Better Feel ing In London. Madrid, Sept. 2A. Gen. Garibaldi, iua letter to Castellor, tenders bis sword in the service of the Republic. The President replies, thank ing the General for his noble offer, but declaring that Spain now needs no as sistance. Beblin, Sept. 22. The King of Italy took leaye of the Emperor Francis Joseph yesterday, and left for this city, where he arrived to-day, and was received with marked cordiality by the Court. It is rumored that one of the objects of Victor Emanuel's viBit to Prussia is to secure an understanding with the Emporor for joint action against the possible French aggression, and to prevent the election of a French Ultra montre to the Papacy. St. Cathaeine'h, Out., Sept. 22. The Canada Southern Railroad Com pany has, owing to financial crises iu New York, have been obliged to cancel all its contracts for the present, and will discharge the worktnen. No regular train is running over the road. The pause of this is reported to be owing to complications in Daniel Drew's affairs, he being a large stockholder in the com pany. Constantinople, Sept. 23. A conflagration in Smyrna has de stroyed property to the amount of $300, 000. London, Sept. 22. The members of the Polaris expedition left Dundee yesterday, in company with the American Vice Consul, for Liverpool, to take the steamer for New York. A large crowd witnessed their departure and cheered as they stepped on board the packet. , Bbblin, Sept. 22. The wife of Prince Bismarck died to day. Madbid, Sept. 23. General Salsedo, owing to his illness, has been compelled to relinquish his command and return to Madrid. London, Sept. 23. The remains of Donald Daloymple, late member of Parliament tor Bath, has bean taken to Norwich for interment. It is said he never recovered from the fatigue occasioned by his journey to America. London, Sept. 23. News just received from America rela tive to ths condition of financial sffuirs iu New York city, causes a better feeling in the market of American securities. Ottawa, Sept. 23. The Canada Gazette (official) this morning contains the proclamation of the Governor General, calling Parlia- ...a Henliles are be- ment together for the transaction rfEoTH Con. uasim-sa bU IU .W" " v-- - j ! FaclllO WOBatl The Bodies of the Modocs-D ll' roothipoiyy .Tr.tnri-ilonestions next .Fines of la of Outrage la San Fraarlaea 1 Chlatae Gambler Ceavletlen Salt for SedatUoB Murder TulDimii Coaatr Troubles - the Tnu Pnellie. San Fbancisco, Sept. 23. Sherwood, an embalmer, having made application for the body of Captain Jack, Qenera! Schofield has issued orders to prevent the mutilation ot the bodies of the Modoc prisoners after the execution. At midnight lust night a spe""1 offi,''r found a youug woman saudering about the streets in the vicinity ol the Mission. She told hiiu that while returning from visiting her sister's house she wss at tacked by five ruffians, conveyed to a lonely spot and ravished by each ot the scoundrels. She declined to make any complaint, and could not identify the men. Aggregate ot fines imposed on the 14 China gamblers to-day ft $1,040. San Fbaxcisco, Sept. 23. John Ballow, who iu a fit of jealousy at his wife, shot and seriously wounded B. Spooner, was convicted to-day of as sault with a deadly weapon. Russell Card has sued Warren Loud, a merchant, to recover $10,000 damages for the seduition of plaintiffs wife. De fendant, in his answer, avers that the woman was compelled to leave her hus band on account of adultery and brutal treatment. Soxori, Cal., Sept. 23. At Tuttlotown.yesterday.a man named Johnny Gillen shot and killed an old man named Harvey Onlton, who has been tending ditch for Jnd.e Opiate for a number of years. The row sprung from a dispute about the po.-t mnrk on an envelope which th-y picked up on the road. Gillen is not yet arreted. The mail and express stnge from Oak dale to Columbia, capnired about two milos below Jamestown. The driver was badly bruised, and one ludy passenger also slightly injured. Los Anokles, Cal., Sept. 23. A party of San Diego citizens were in this city on their way to San Francisco yeBtorday. They expressed strongopposi. tion to the proposed condemnation of submerged lauds in the Bay of San Diego for the Texas Pacific Railroad. A peti tion requesting Governor Booth and At torney-General Love to enter an appear ance in the suit new pending, is on its way to Sacramento, but the opponents of the movement will protest against the same as soon as they arrive by the steamer Orizaba. It is claimed that the proposed condemnation is being sought in the interest of private parties, who de sire to acquire State title to ths water front. Both San Diego papers will op pose the scheme. ter, denunciatory BI.AIB-TBAVIS-U1 riu. - , 1S73. at lw-.-P'F".X.j i Uarcte Travia. 1 . .i.k thinks to the wins and case, ior generous bridegroom-l In Pioche, September W, to the s ite of Us- enraan. s.son. , ., .,,., r In Pioche, bepiemucr - Hark, s aun. -MV AM! I Armory Hall thia (Wednesday) evening si 7 o'clock, sharp. seli-lt i' of sitch probable legislation. Ker.. Sept. S3. gortt. gcu; tTo-iOaji. Walker House.' . n i t;vn THE rTAVTKO TH 1 in Due( ft yiasLJz:cun' anything in iu btBaii. i J- to , elexaut equipment Del g M Tuo CLIFT HOUSE thou huJ". 'few W..E-. FSSelSs in .11 its "P.." .?..'eI-T,:,n. belns new and the other huue in .omm,nd we a. TaatWactioa to .U. 1CCI --- n- Be,.cuuu,.e-.Km.HFX BBOS. A..gustl,l73. Attention, Meagher Guard! tlPOITKSTFD TO MEET AT K. 1. HASLET, O.8. FOB SALE. u a i WitV nOl SE AND FTBNITl BE. u.i """V"";" atreet: also, one Bteinway Son cele brated Piano. Apply tu I ""! D. L. PEAL. WANTED. ....H-mrpriirD nP V8ITCATIUS AS UUlBCAO-c" Nurse, InthecHyor country, lor par ,,...,i.r. tnniiir. of the. undf ralaned. In rear ol the Stockton Home, on Meadow Vallgr street. aeja-iw . D. Mott. Jn., Sacramento. O. H.Ftaa, I Jobs O. Mott, Pioche. nurtaa. MOTT. FISH & CO. Meadow Valley st. PIOCHE - NEVADA im r" o nTEn s And Sealers in hardware:. MILL AiD GOODS, Dnpont's Blastine Powier, Giant Poiier ani Caps, Candles and Fuse, Blacksmith's Hardware, Iron and Steel, STOVES Jn.dL Tinware. teA-tt BRIEF GLANCES. Tub city of Fayette, llo., has this season been nearly depopulated by the cholera. A ten died and manv left the place. The total number of deaths da ring the run of the plamio was about ntty. Thr Crimean cemeteries, in which the Euulikh (Soldiers were buried, are said to be in a vary discreditable condition, the graves being in a disgraceful and neg- leneu aiaie. Thk angelic Dr. Mary Walker is not to uo a clerk in the Treasury Department after all, as the Secretary refused to en ter her name an one of them, This is on outrage. Hundreds of business men are leavin Louisiana for Texas. Three more ears of Iteptiblican rule, and Now Orieaus will bo but a dosolate, hollow, bankrupt uiuuaeiy 01 uer iormer greatness. The new mines on the summit of the fine JSut Kange, near Walker Eiver, Kive iiiuicauons ol a very considerabh deposit of base metal galena predomin Chief JrBTics Cockbdbsk, of England on Itiursday. warned the Tirrjlinrnn claimant not to make,-an v more anneals to the people, on peril of being jailed for cuuiciujh ui court. Tint Chinamen working in the Mon tana mines never labor after 4 o'clock in the afternoon, having the firm belief that at that hour the angels leave earth for heaven. Caleb CrsnrNo sent a congratulatory dispatch to William Allen, on his nomi nation for Governor of Ohio. Mr. CusbiuR and Mr. Allen wero warm friends dining old Jackson times. Wbbn William Allen, the Democratic candidate for Governor of Ohio, first en tered the Vuiled States House of Ben. resentativea he was but twenty-Bve years old, just the constitutional age. It is sfated that ths passenger and freight business of ths Union Pacifio road is now greater than ever before. The gross earnings for September will umouut ro over $1,000,000. Danikl Gbava-s, at Provo, Utah, is ?cS?"""?l1 f (?rape vine which covers 2,000 square fcot, which is proliSe aud very hardy. Shrevepobt is said to contain about 4,000 inhabitants, yet so terribly has the yellow fever raged there that over forty deaths occurred in one day. Tat Salt Lake Tribune says the supoly of young ladies is giving oat, and pro tests against any old coger taking from three to ten wives. That genial humorists, Bill Arp, is a citizen of Bartow, Georgia, and for Boma time has been holding the responsible office of coroner of the county. A COKBF.8POKDENT to the New York Post suggests that it is quite as honora ble to have raised ourselves from apes as to have fallen from angels. Tint three-card monte men, wishing to be in the fashion, are holding a conven tion at Cedar rapids, np in Iowa. Nevada is represented at the State air in Sacramento by about twenty In diansbucks, squaws and little na pooBes. Judos- Haoer's name is mentioned as a Democratic candidate for the United States Senste from California. Walkee Babnkt, of Memphis, a grand nephew of President Polk, i. to bi a ca det at the West Point Military Academy. The tomb of General Albert Sidner Johnston, at Austin, Texas, is broken to pieces. The Territorial Teachers' Association October 8altLakB " the 2d of A obrat bell for the Cathedral at Co guTmetaT8 ' French Ths University of Pragne has refused admission to the female students expelled from the Russian nuiversities. A sdbhabine cable is about to be UM by the Dantsh Gr..t Northern CompTny between England and Sweden. ? Aska DicuNsoH is in Colorado, and the grasshoppers are afflicting Kansas. PURCHASE eurtMufl, etc. 50. "7Q. Pioneer Store! .Pioneer Store! S. S. S. ASHIM ASHXXf ASHIM Si. fc BRO. BRO. BRO. GROVE HOUSE. . . . I . UoOH &i Uiwrr Main Miw. pp- Dolmaa'a Hy larti. JI DSOX COS PIIOPKIH.!""- A " Te" " 7v. iWw. beins Blanted airaoie nuDnmrenmi, . .round the Uoum and lurmius . Beat brands of UQUOBS and CIOABS.ttbe Bar. Spring Stock! New Goods! Daily Arrivals! READY-MADE CLOTHING! Mes'i aaa Boys' BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS, Cents' Furnishing Coods OF THE LATENT STYLES I IDAHO RESTAURANT, LACOVB STREET. (Late Capitol Hesiaiiraiii.j REFITTED AND THOROUGHLY RENO vated. MeaU acrtld in the best style, and t all bavin. Board, per week Ten Dollars Single Meal. '5 Centa an2e.tf Mm. H. E. BAIL. l'cceries, Candles, PVise; STEEL, HAMMERS, PICKS, And every descrtpllaa af MlaeiV Wares, together vrlta m Fill Line ol General lercnaniise, San Francisco Restaurant AMD BAKEIIY. MEADOW VALLEY STREET. Opposite Dexter Stable Gtbfrled & Brlaarher, Proprietors. Frcah Oyater. in erery ityle. Open day and nifzut for tue accommodation of the public. W Wuirh ve offer for rale st a ANNOUNCEMENT ! lieir tts Field for ill Gmt hi 1 JACOBCOHlY, Thr Champion Clothing anil Dry Goods1 Merchant of Nevada "Selling Oul" toTflll to List Long! I WILL SELL MY ENTIRE STOOE Cbeaperniirinrn Cheaper UIILHI Lll Chealier THAN THOSK WHO Cbeaiwr ADVERTISE Soil Out nt Cost! GIVE ME A CALL, AND YOD WILL FlKD jaoob coma', The Old Standby, And Everybody's Friend! ro si IN DEAD EARNEST I Ho Means What He Says, YOTJJQJ2T ! T. COHKT, Mn In street, Oppo.lt. Meadow Valley Street, Piorhe, Nevada. iyiii-if AOOLPH COHN & BRO., SUCCESSORS TO M. COHN, Wholesale & Retail Dealers Ct-- CICARS and TOBACCO And everythlni! else appertaining to an estab. lisbment ot that kind. AllaccouutBdueM.Cohn are parable to tilt- ttnclirsiBue.i. ADOLFH COHN 4 Puo. Pioche, December li. WJ. 4 1 1 MALLET'S MARKET, AT THE OLD STAND, OS Main St Opposite Lacour, I. ths Place to Buy The Best and Cheapest MEAT IN PIOCUK, Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork, SAUSAGES AND SAUSAGE MEAT. Doa't forget the place. "l6-" i. H. MALLET a CO. u mm 1 mmmi Opposite Brown'l Hall, Main street. REDUCED PRICES.s Unslisl ts eh. Wr.- .... Bin.!, kesu""": ... ' ,dvnM- 0 Eggs furnished every MornlnB. kinos. Ballswdp:,, ' M o, employed. iuii-i,.Ur LAFAYETTE RESTAITOT MaDow four St.Qj slltt.kofKd., n,c"T "" P'ron.g.of "'J Week Meals Beat -t ... L ' Special attention psld to fiirniVki'p 'U 'or Ball., Bridal P.rtie..S Urni"hin "'WW COMaBAHOK8. Prop,'. cio. 00 1.00 NOTICE. I will JU 25 B0; 1 bixuc ' N WIf.TJ.MrS. EL DORADO SALOON. THIS BALOOJt, i'ORUEKLY KNOWN AS CONC ET HALL," having been th.r. uugmy renuea inrouguoui, was OPENED TO TUE PI BMC 'tn Wednesday Er'g, 3d inst. SO BETTES Wines, Liquors or Cigars Can be found in pioche Club Room In the rear. Call once, and yvn will be sure to call again, MITCHELL & MEEHAX, Proprietors, Lacour Street, Opposite Postoffice. s&-tf Pierson & Danner'n SALOON AND BOWLING ALLEY, Meadow Valley Str t. THE OLD STAND 8 THE PLACE TO GET 1 good drink md enjoy a fpnie of Ten fins. irH-tt ORIENT SALOON. "I AMES CAMPBELL, HAVING LEASED THE J Baloon suowu aa the orient, on the CAST SIDE OP LACOl'R STREET, Will be happy to see all hla old friends, and aa many new uues aa will be pltastd io favor him witnarall. Aotnuig but the Best of Wints, liquors and Cigars Will be dealt out over the bar. au28.1f J. CAMPBELL. REDUCTION IN PRICES! HERETOFORE VNKNOWNt NO PRETENSE ABOUT IT! We Nell for Less Beeaase sre Bajr for Leas I r Ladies and Gentlemen of Pioche! TRAVELERS! TEAMSTER! PROS PECTORS! PIONEERS I BUY THE CHEAPEST! RECAVSE THE BEST! Ol'R GOODS ARE FBESH AND FIRST-CLASS ! Who doubts that any good thing can com oat ot ASHIM'S, WE SAT VXTO THEM Coxno and. Boo I Jett-td Summons.. MEADOW VALLEY EREWERY. Corner of Main and Meadow Vallej streets, PIOCHE .... MCVADA. F. KASTEN ri - Proprietor. '1IIE MEADOW VALLEY BItEWEKY HAS ft been fitted up in the most tasteful niannei and supplied with St PER OR URA.VDS OF LIQUORS and CIGARS LAGER BEER from the Splendid Brew, ery at Meadow Valley. u21-tf Athenaeum Saloon. TUIS SALOOS, H AVISO BEEN FITTED up In the most tsileful manner, and stocked with the WINES, LIQUORS FINEST mti mm no 1 luvuuitu mu iiiuaaa Ever olTficd lo the Pioche Public, Is now open to those who want a drink worthy Club Rooms Attached. CLEVELAND & PATT1E, i8-tt Proprietors. MMta clancy. j. 0. Mccormick IF YOU WOULD KKfnw WHERE TO GET TUE BEST BRANDY, GIN, OR WHISKEY, Hot or Cold, Mixed or Clear, OO TO CLAXCY A, MCCORMICK'S. And you'll And out. au38-tf Magnolia Saloon, BullionviHo, NEVADA. 1 8 LlyUOB8fc CIOA"CHASE mB WEE8' mhMI i. 0. WILLIAMS. Philadelphia Brewery, MAIS BTREET, PIOCUK. SCHCSTBICII A KUINE PROMUETOB8 I" "rPERIOR ARTICLE 07 J!, !f "fl: '? 1"tltle. to suit, at thilow. Aajoinmg camp. auppUed on ahort est ratea. notice. POND, REYNOLDS & CO., IMPORTERS k JOBBERS OF WINES tfc LIQUORS r h"?" pMlnc Co" tor O. O. Blake It Co. a Bourbon County Kentucky Whlskta. pll.ttl BHEA, BQCQTJEBAZ & McKEE, (HuecEssoBa to SULLIVAN A CABHMAX WINES AND LIQUORS. SOL AGENTS ron Golden ...d T...K.,a. R..rl.. WHISK I KM, Cor. Front id tKiMm 8,..i8AS ntASCISCO. aul'i-tf T... coLtxA, ; loan e. nut,. CAPITOL SALOON, , MAIS BTREET, PIOCUK. COLEMAN TYLER PROP Rs. myiatf IX THE DISTRICT COURT OT THE Seventh Judicial District ot th. State ol Nerada, in and for the county of Lincoln. J. N. Williams, plaintiff, vs Thomaa F. Han It, Kennedy J. Hauley, James Kbea, R. lirKee, A. Bocqueras. U W. Cbesley, J. B. Jones and F. A. Buck, defendant.. Action brought In the District Court of th. Seventh Judicial District of the State, of Nevada, in and for the county of Lincoln, and the com plaint filed in said county of Lincoln, in th. office of the Clerk of said District Court. The State of Nevada sends greeting to Thom as F. Hanly, Kennedy J. Hsuley, Jame. Bnee, K. McKee, A. Bocquerai. O. W Chealey, J. SV. Jones and F. A. Buck, defendant. You are hereby required 10 appMr tn an action brought aitaiust you by th. above named plaintiff, In the District Court of the Seventh Judicial District of the State ot Nevada, In and for the county of Lincoln, and answer the complaint filed therein with in ten day. (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summons, tf nerved in aald county; or tf served ont of Mid county, but within said District, within twenty days; snd In all other cases, forty dAya; or Judgment by default will be taken aaainst jou, according to the pray of aald com plaint. The said action la brought to recover iudg ment against you. aald defendants Thomaa F. Hanly and Kennedy J. Hanley, fur the aum of 3,uifl. gold coin, with interest thereon at the rate of percent, per month, from the lAth day of August. 1B73. due on a certain promlasory note, nisde in writing, signed, executed end de livered by you. asid defendsnta. to said nlalntiff. on th. 3d dsy of February, lSTS, aleo for (1U.U), goia coin. Wltn lntereet thereon trnu, Hntmhr 9th. 18.3. at th. rate of S per cent per month, amount paid for insurance, and for 10 per cent, on the amount of aaid Judgment, attorney 'a fees forforerloeingthe mortgage; and to secure th. uaj mrui 01 saia note, insurance and attorney's re a. you, asid defendants, executed and deliv ered a certain mortgage, bearing even date with said note, upon the following described proper ty: That certain town lot.m th. Iowa oLtl he, Lincoln COiiniV. Nevada atwt mnnwm fnllw A. cribed tn plalutlfT. complaint on file herein. ...u k. which you arereiema, and for a decree of this Court fur the sale of aaid mortgaged premise. In one parcel, and that the proceed, of asid aale, after paying eipenaea, fcc, of sale, costs and attorney, fees, be applied In payment of the amount due plaintiff, and the mrplua, tf any, brought Into Court to abide IU orders and further, that you, aald Thomas F. Hanly, and all persons claiming under, by, or through you, ubsequi nt to th. execution of aaid mortgag., be bam.4 and forecloatd of all equity or redemp tion In and to said premise; aud further, that aid plaintiff have Judgment and execution against you. said defendant.. Thomas P. Haalv en.t at. j. Hanley, for any deficiency which may remain unpaid after applying all th. proceed. of sue applicable, and for coats and such other and further relief a to the Court may aeem meet and proj er. And you are hereby notified that If yon fall to appear and anawer the aaid complaint, s It 7LTZi'li?i.- ,be M PlAlntlt will app'y to the Curt for the relief herein demanded, and for coats of suit, In gold coin, OItoi under my hand and the Best of (Sesll the District Court of the Seventh Judi I I clsl District ot ths State of Nevada, in -r d the county of Lincoln, thia lh day of September, In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and Mventrtnrae7 ni u u r B- UILIJJt, Clerk. By J. if. Hurroan, Deputy Clerk fitter at Corson, attorney, for plaintiff. aeKMw THOMPSON & GAIIDIN, BCCCESSORS TO A. C. fiOROON, niPOBTERS AND WHOLEBALI DIALEB8 IS Wines, Liquor dc Cicri Fire-Proof Building, , La cour street, Kelt Door north of th Poatofncs, PIOCHK SfEVADA. Goods Takenjn Storage. JNOONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE A Sample Hoom wWhtfnE.Hbi'Tr Woc 1 be dupenaed, rJjS I b Prided over by Mr. . ktcAL myTit" W'U lM bla old frtonda. A GAR LOAD Of th BANNER HAMO, e19.lw Kov arriving and for aale by pit. rnjtrrTHAi.