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DAILY RECORD
Sl'NDAT,..
..JARVABY 11. 1S.
Tsa Business Ofloe ot lb Places Via-i
Bacons will hereafter be la the orlos el H. B.
Break.?, at Michael's cigar ttm, Mela street,
PBMM1M MttOUV Vlly.
Telegraphic Dispatches
BTKtfl.L TO TV FIOCHI ftUU ft BODED.
TBB NEW CB1EP JIBT1CE.
After moch peculation on the subjeot
ad two futile effort! on the part of tbt
President to fill tht office of Chief Justice
in opposition to the popular with, tbt
controversy may be regarded as virtually
settled by the nomination of Caleb dish
ing as the successor of Jay, Marshall,
Taney snd Chase. There can be no rea
sonable doubt that the nomination will
be confirmed by the beoatc. The new
Chief Justice is one of the most scholarly
men in America or Europe, and in abili
ty as s lawyer no man in either hemis
phere is his superior. He was in early
life regarded, snd we think not unjustly,
as a tricky politician, bnt his later years
have developed a greater amount of po
litical sincerity than he exhibited thirty
years sgo. Caleb Cashing is a native of
Massachusetts, having been born at
Salisbury, in that State, Jan. 17, 1800.
When 17 years of age he graduated at
Harvard College, and at 22 was ad
mitted to the bar at Xewburvport.
In 1825 and 1826, and in 1833 and
1834 he served in the Massachusetts Leg
islature, and served in Congress from
1835 to 1843. While Commissioner to
China daring John Tyler's administra
tion he negotiated an important treaty.
Iu 164C he was again in the Legislature.
In 1846 he was Colonel of a Massachu
setts regiment of Mexican war volun
teers, and afterwards was appointed Brig
adier General. Re-entered the Legisla
ture in 1850, and in 1851 was made Chief
Justice of Massachusetts. He was At
torney General during Pierce's term as
President, and served in the Massachu
setts Legislators after his return to his
native State. During the early port ef
the stormy convention at Charleston, S
C, which resulted in the disruption of
the Democratic party, Cushing presided.
He then ranked as a " Northern man
with Southern principles," but on the
breaking out of the secession troubles he
took sides with the Federal Government,
though he was not conspicuous during
the war as a blatant Union man. His
appointment will give general satisfac
tion to the bar and the country.
The Gbinqibs' Dkiiamds. A Wash
ington special says those members of
the House who have the best claims to
represent the farmers' movement give
the following as the main points of legis
lation which will be urged on Congress
in the interest of the Grangers:
First the opening of the mouth of the
Mississippi to large vessels in such a
manner as to ensure their eutrance and
egress at all stages of water without dim
culty.
Second Legislation to prevent the
railways west of the Mississippi river
from discriminating in their rates of
freight against poiuts on the river, and
in tavor o( all railways at points beyond,
thus making it impossible for farmers to
avail tneniselves ot cheap water trans
portation.
Third Legislation to prevent similar
discrimination by roads running east and
went against north and south roads, thus
preventing farmers when the Mississippi
river is froaeu from sending their grain
southward on railways till tha open river
is reached.
Fourth Legislation for fixing rates for
the transportation of live stock on rail
ways from West to East.
This is the only article they will ask to
have rates fixed on, and the reason for
asking this is that it is the only import
ant article of their products that must
come by rail to the .ast. The only leg
islation involving money to be asked is
the opening of the mouth of the Missis
sippi, by withdrawing expenditure from
less important works.
Ths Legislature of Ohio met on the
6th. The House organized by the elec
tion of George L. Converse, of Franklin
as Speaker; Thomas Coughlin as Chief
Clerk, and a full list of Democratic minor
officials. After organization, a resoln
tion asking Congress to rcpeul the salary
bill was offered and referred to s Special
Committee, with instructions to amend
so as to censure the President for sign
ing the bill, snd report to-morrow. The
Senate elected S. K. Donovan Chief
Clerk, and a full list of Democratic
officers. Governor fioyes message
showed the total State debt to be $32,
314,000; decrease in the past year, $372,
494; while the local indebtedness in
creased nearly $2, 500, COO. The Gov
ernor depreeetes the system now in use
of letting out convict labor by contract,
and favored some plan of utilizing such
labor so as not to interfere with outside
interests.
KlAPFOBTIONMKIT IN C1LIFOBHIA.--A
bill Is before the Legislature for redis
tricting the State for Legislative purpo
see. If it passes San Francisco will have
10 Senators and 21 Assemblymen, and
that city will be divided into districts,
instead of all legislators being elected
by general ticket. Under this bill the
"cow oounties" will have about 30 Sena
tors of the 40 to be elected; bow they
have only about 20. In the Assembly
the strength of the "cow counties" will
be increased from 46 to about 53 of the
SO members. This would give those
counties a preponderance In both
Houses.
Bbibibt is chsrged in the Booth Bens.
torial election, and it is said that Marcus
D. Boruch, who made the charge in the
first place has gone to Sacramento, and
having engaged N. Green Curtis as couu
sel, defiantly courts investigation. Bo
ruch is a great braggart, and would rather
be abused than not talked about at all,
We apprehend that nothing will be
brought to light by the proposed investi
gation.
A hcoi and remarkable meteor was
witnessed in Virginia City on Monday
evening last.
Tbi Register says Humboldt county
will have a candidate for Congress next
Fall.
convicts. WnWohnsun sb1 iran A. i years ago, and Das a oromrr in m.. ...j ( fHivui?
Bussel are the names of two of tbtm. j cousum .n oom 11... - -
Greenbacks $9J,! e ; u, u the husband of certain married
Mr. Turk, of the ship Cultivator, udy residing in Gold Kill, snd says that
"the Chinese population is the cause ot
the general convulsion of social and po
litical affairs existing st preseut." t Vir
ginia Cbrociole, 7th.
Eastern Dispatches.
WasamcTox, Jan. 9. The President
to-day nominated Caleb Cnshing ss Chief
Justice of the Supreme Court ot the
United States.
Bostox, Jsn. 9. The will of Professor
Agaasiz lesves no choice. His scientific
library he bequeaths to bis son Alex
ander, and the rest to the Museum of
Comparative Zoology of Cambridge, and
1 balance of bie property he leaves
his wife.
Boscewtowx, N. J., Jsn. 9. The ex
citement here over the discovery of a
dead and nearly nude body of a beautiful
yonng girl on the shore of the Delaware
river, supposed to be the daughter of a
wealthy family in Eastern Pennsylvania.
CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDING.
Washington, Jan. 9. In a speech on
e bill in relation ta the exchange by
e National Banks of their own circuls
tion, to be canceled, or ether money to
be deposited in the Treasury for bonds
on deposit, it was declared that the mo
tion that the Government obligations in
tha shape of circulating notes were dis
honored, in not being redeemed on de
mand, was erroneous, and that they ware
redeemable at the pleasure of the Gov
ernment, which is the spirit of the law.
Morrill of Vermont expressed surprise at
Boutwell for undertaking to defend the
right of the Government to postpone the
paying of its obligations. Without pre
tending to understand the necessities of
the law, be knew, as s business man,
that if any person undertook to give out
such paper the courts would compel him
to pay. He behaved the intention of the
law was that the Government should pay
these notes as early as passible.
Ssrgent said he thought it unfortunate
for the salary bill now under discussion
that the Senste last evening adopted the
amendment of the gentleman from Mary
land (Hamilton). He could not move a
reconsideration of the vote by which the
amendment passed, he not having voted
but he hoped that the Senator, who
did vote in the affirmative would vote to
reconsider the amendment of Edmunds,
offered yesterday afternoon; that the re
duction of salaries should take effect from
March 4, 1873, and that accounting offi
cers of the Treasury shall compute ac.
cordingly, and make ratioable monthly
reductions from said salaries at a rate
necesssry to effect this provision nine
months next hereafter, was rejected ; yeas
20, nays 29. Boreman moved to amend
so that the salary of the President, after
March 4, 1S77, should be (35,000 per an
num, lost.
charted with having kidnapped bis child
on board, was arrested to-day for grand
larceny. It is impossible to ascertain
what he is accused of stealing. The ship
sails to-day. ;
A Cattlag- Affray at Emieaa
EmsKA. Sev., Jan. 10. Yesleidny
afternoon two men named James Heron
and Wm. Linkford had a dispute on
Main street in regard to money matters,
Linkford claiming that Heron had on
several occasions borrowed money from
him, snd be was tired loaning any more
on such unprofitable security as was
offered. Heron, who was nnder lbs in
fluence of liquor, denied owing him any
money, and applied the most eppro-
fWious epithets to tis opponent, who, be
coming exasperated, struck Heron in ths
face. Heron, who had a small pocket
knife in his band, attacked Linkford
with it, inflicting a severe cot on the left
cheek and nnder the left ear, passing
over the main artery, but not deep
enough to sever it. Heron, in the exvit
ment, msde his escape, and has not yet
been apprehended.
Deaths in ban Fraaoleco fr Ute Week.
Sin Fbakcisoo, Jan. 10. There were
64 deaths in the city during the week; 8
from scarlatina, showing a marked de
crease in that disease; 2 committed tui
cide, snd in the cases ot 7 Chinamen the
causes of death are unknown.
Chat. Lawson died suddenly at the
Blue Anchor House to-day. Cense of
death unknown.
There were two deaths from small-pox
in the city during the week.
aiitlMii
Foreign News.
Paris, Jan. 9. The Journal Official
says the Cabinet has tendered its resig
nation in consequence of the absence
from the Assembly yesterday of a Urge
number of its supporters, which resulted
in the defeat of the Government.
Xadbid, Jan. 9. The Spanish Govern
ment will make many changes in its rep
resentatives abroad, but Admiral Polo de
Barnabe will remain Minister at Wash
ington.
Havana, Jan. 9. The Junta yesterday
resolved that the only means of relieving
the financial crisis is by the system of
forced loans, and will issue thirty mil
lions of dollars of six per cent, interest
bonds, payable in gold.
Madbid, Jan. 9. The Ministry has is
sued a manifesto, addressed to the nation,
declaring their objects to be identical
with those of the revolution of 1868.
A decree was promulgated to-day die.
solving Cortes and announcing that the
election for a new body will bs held.
The Carlists now completely surround
Bilbos, and are about to renew their at
tacks on Portugal.
Son three weeks ago we published an
account of gey young lotbsrio snaking
an attempt to elope with the spouse of
another man; but he was suddenly stop
ped by the old man putting iu an appear
ance with revolver. Since that time
they have eluded the vigilance of the
husband, and yesterday left on the train
for California. We will give the names
ol the partiee next week. Humboldt
Begister, 2d.
Cmittst Biot at Tsrcis.. The Re-
t ublictn, of Saturday last, gives a de
tailed account of a Chinese riot at
Truckee, in which several of the Celes
tials were wounded, but none seriously.
although a dozra shots were fired. No
arrests were made, as the guilty parties
could not be identified. The riot was
caused by one party seeking to take foro
loie possession 01 a cnarmiun uauiwi wuu
was nnder tbe rare snd protection ef
Lew Sing.
A IiiuisniLi: Rich Dkposit. The
Dayton Mining Company, whose mine is
situated a short distance below Silver
City, have orjened upon a remarkably
rich deposit of gold-bearing mutter. The
deposit in question, where out on the
22o-foot level, is 15 feet in width and has
been followed northward a distance of
from 80 to 100 feet, when it becomes
quite narrow. Enterprise, 7th.
III. We regret to ltarn that Mrs.
Curtis, wife of Captain Samuel T. Curtis,
Superintendent of the Empire mine, is
seriously ill. At present the family is
occupying rooms at tne Lhampiain House,
virgmia city. luoiu nui nowi, i.u.
Born. The wife of Judge 0. H. Bel
knap, of the Supreme Court, yesterday
presented the Associste Justice with a
daughter snd Governor L. B. Bradley
with a grand-daughter. Virginia Chron-
cle, 7th. -
-Sealer ixx
1 Main Street, Pioche,
mHK RETAIL DKPABTMIeNT COMPRISING
I a Liquor and Billiard Saloon, with four
ew ana
SPLENDID TABLES!
Hu ton fitted ht resrardleee ef eipenaa, and
challenges eompariavn with any Saloon In the
nut. au-w
E. HAMILTON,
' -Ml..' V-;-
aaa Retail
Ik tbe California Senate a concurrent
resolution passed urging the confirmation
of George Croek ae Brigadier General.
Tub colored eitixens of Utah number
about 100.
' '
Peansplvaaia Grangers Baron Van
Rhaden's Divorce Salt.
NiwYobi, Jun. 10. The Harriabnrg
State Grange of Pennsylvania closed its
three days' session yesterday, after ap
pointing a Deputy to establish subordi
nate Granges. The next annual session
will be held in Williamsport.
Hon. Edward Solomon, ex-Governor
of Wisconsin, appeared in the Supreme
Court yesterday in behalf of Baron Tan
Rhaden, ot Berlin, and made an argu
ment on his motion, preliminary to ask
ing the Court to set aside the decree of
divorce obtained by bis wife, popularly
known as Madame Pauline Lucca. The
case is made complete, owing to the fact
that Madame Lucca was married to one
Von Wolhoffen soon after she obtained a
decree of divorce from Baron Bhsden.
The Baron save be and his wife lived
happily together until Von Wolhoffen,
who was wounded about the same time
as himself in the Franco-Prussian war,
came to his home.
Spanish Residents Feast the AraplLs'
Officers.
The officers of the Spanish war steamer
Arapiles have been entertained at a din
ner at Delmcnico's by the Spanish resi
dents of this city. It is said the action
of Admiral Polo was denounced in the
speeches.
Xiw Obleans, Jan. 10. The Con
gresuional Durrell Committee has con'
eluded its investigation, and leaves to
day for Washington.
Chicago, Jan. 10. A Washington spa
cial says the reception of Secretary Fish
to-night was tin occasion of bringing
together a majority of the Senators and
Representatives, and the main subject of
the conversation was the nomination of
Caleb Cashing. Nearly all tbe facts of
tha executive session came out in the va
rious conversations. Mr. Sumner urged
immediate confirmation, and all tbe
Democrats supported him. Mr. Bar
gent, of California, objected; insisted it
should go to the committee. Nearly
every Republican member of tbe com
mittee was personally strongly dissatis
fied with the nomination, but it was at
last decided to report favorably. Upon
receipt of the report further action was
prevented by forcing the matter over till
Monday.
The Worklngnen's Flaeee Mayer
BiTtr till Uvea.
The safety committee of the self-con.
stituted representatives of the working
men has resolved to disband on tbe 20th
instant. It is not thought their proces
sion on Tuesday next will be much of an
affair. Ths day of atonement January
10 has passed, and Mayor Havemeyer
still lives. Yesterday he received warn
ing, "Beware 10th of January."
Paciflo Coast.
Tnrf Mature Robbery Charge of
Kidnapping.
Bah FBAMcace, Jon. 10 morning.
Mollie Morris won the trotting race at
Agricultural Park, yesterday afternoon,
over Ella Lewie.
Running race on the same track to-day
for $250. Nine horses are entered .
Weather clear and cold; prospect ef
more rain.
A sailor from a German ship was
knocked down, and robbed, this morning
of bis gold watch, chain and a consider
able sum of money. One of the garrot
en shot at him, and all three soon
afterwards were arrested . They ore old
MIL V ADA STATE ITEM).
Among tbe arrivals at ths Oruisby
House yesterday was Mr. J. A. Thomp
son, of Woodford's. This is none other
than tbe celebrated mountain mail car
rier, "Snow-shoe Thompson," whose ex
ploits in tbe Sierras in the early times
are a matter of history. He carried the
mail from Genoa to l'lacerville on snow
shoes, packing as much as seventy-rive
pounds of mail matter from one point to
tbe other about seventy-five miles in
three days, and returning, light, in a day
and a half. Thompson is a compact,
hardy, broad shouldered man, rather
gaunt and brawny and something over
the average size. We should say he was
somswhere between 42 and 45 years old,
with an intelligent, weather-beaten face
and good, round bead. His home is in
Alpine county. Calilornia, now. Car
son Appeal, 7th.
HiDEix Tbaisubi. A story conies to
us from Truckee te the effect that the
colored citizen, Jeff. Hogsn, of the milli
fluous voice, whose cry of "fresh trout
and hot coffee" has so often startled the
drowsy passengers of tbe C. P. at thst
point, snd Joe Mason, en old resident of
Truckee, have made a revelation wbicb
has thrown tbe people of that quiet
mountain town into a fever of excite
ment. The story goes that Jeff, was
cook and Joe was cabin boy on a priv
ateer or pirate ship which was wrecked
on tbe Atlantic coast some years sgo, all
bands being lost save Jeff, and Joe; thst
previous to the wreck several barrels of
silver and gold and a large silver pot
filled with precious jewels were secreted
in a cave somewhere upon the Atlantic
shore. The two i-pirstss are said to
have baen fitted out by citizens of
Truckee, snd, accompanied by two of
their backers, left by Sunday evening's
train to look for the hidden treasure.
Virginia Chronicle, 7th. .
A touho hoodlum stabbed an unof
fending Chinaman in the back yesterday,
and complaint having been made of the
matter he will be arrested and brought
before Judge Witnerell to-day. It is
pretty much time that a severe example
were made of these bad boys who have
been got into the notion that tbey may
do what their vicious fancies happen to
suggest to any Chinaman who comes
their way. The towns of Nevada ache
for a State Reform School. Carson Ap
peal, 7 th.
Has Bought In. A gentlemen who
came up from Palisade a few days ago
informs us that W. L, Pritchard, the cel
ebrated freighter, has bought an interest
in the Narrow-Gauge Railroad. Pritch
ard is an energetio man, and if he has
really taken an interest in this important
enterprise it is a pretty good sign that
there is to be no delsy in ths completion
of the rosd. rureka bentinel, tn
AxoTHin Rack Another race has
been made at Salt Lake between Mark
Moore, our Eureka horse, and Walking
John, the Utah favorite. - This trial is
for 800 yards, Moore to carry 108
pounds and John 125. Ths race was to
have come off yesterday, but on account
of bad weather was postponed till aatur
day. Eureka Sentinel, 9th.
Tbi County Clerk informs us that
marriages in Humboldt are on tbe in
crease. In 1871 the clerk issued 11 mar
riage lisenees; in 1872, 21 were issued.
snd during the year 187S, just past, 26
couples have been granted the necessary
documents to enable them to embark
legally in the housekeeping business.
.Humboldt .Register, 2d.
Committed. George Dietz, the Ger
man shoemaker ef Gold Hill, who was
declared insane by a Beard of Physicians
on Monday, was this afternoon com
miMed to the Insane Asylum by Jndge
Rising of the First District Court. Dietz
is a native of Hesee Osssel, Germany,
aged 28 years, is unmarried, came from
Pennsylvania to this State about seven
Fouowmo is the programme for the
week of prayer suggested by the Ameri
can Evangelical Alliance:
Wednesday Prsver for home and pa
rental influence, sous and daughters, ths
absent, the sick, the erring, inmates ef
prisens, and all educational institutions.
Ps. cxv: 12 13;cxliv: 12.
Thursday Prayer for peace, public
virtue and righteousness, the banishment
of intemperance, dishonesty, infidelity
and superstition; snd tbe dinusion 01
pure end Christian literature. Is . ix : 27,
18.
Friday Prayer for the evangelization
of all nominally Christian countries; the
conversion of Israel, seamen, mission
aries, the spread of the Gospel in heathen
countries, and for the conversion of tbe
world to Christ Ps. Ixvil; 31; exxii: 6;
Heb. xiii: 3.
Saturday Prayer for the Christian
Ministry, for Sunday Schools, for Re
vivals. Matt, ix: 38; Deut. lv: 9; Heb.
iii: 2.
Sunday Sermons on Christ's king
dom universal and everlasting (Ps. xcvii:
1, 2), and the results of the Sixth Gen
eral Conference of the Evangelical Al
liance.
Tbi San Francisco Real Estate Circu
lar thus relates how a great "cornerar"
was "cornered" in that city: A working.
man owned a lot of land on the northeast
corner of Jessie and Annie streets, 42x54
in cite. This property was a break in
the symmetry of the land on which
Sharon's large hotel ia to be built. To
secure it was therefore an important
point. The owner perceived his advant
age; but, as it was Sharon who wanted
the property he thought he would be easy
with him, and therefore he let him have
it for $30,000 over three times what it
was worth.
MORE EXTENSIVE!
MORE ATTRACTIVE!
JOHN C. LYNCH,
Wholesale and Retail Liquor Merchant,
Comer Main and Lacou street,
PIOOHE,
Alt Proprietor of tht Long-wUbUtbod
and well-knowa
FASHION SALOON & CLUB ROOMS
WAEE8 PLEASURE IN INTOBMIlfO OLD
M natrons and nw ones thst he will coutinuw,
u heretofore to keep
THE FINEST WINES,
LIQUORS -
-A. UNTO OIG--A.H.S
IU THIS UARXET.
Particular attention will hereafter be given
The Wholesale Trade.
All desiring to stock Bars, In the city or eut
side camps, are invited to call and sample f oeds
aad Mara pneee
Before Purchasing Elsewhere)
RS-U
RUSSELL SCOTT
HAS OPcNID CLUB ROOMS OYZK HAL
PIN'S Hardware Store, Main street, and
bat cosaeeted therewith a handsome Bar.
Persons visiting the PALACE on rely ea tha
best ef accommodations, and when other
amoeementa are required it will not be necessa
ry to go elsewhere. oST.tf
WisrrUanrcuS.
FKI'SMOIIS
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IOHN ADOLPH a BHO ...,--.. -
Bil Dealers . i ate
Maia street. ' Clgu.
COHJI JACOB, Bohr ia Trv o.
Clothing, Main .,. .p,. Kg
S-lRONAlf JAM KM ni 1.
J wen. Clothing, ate.
Are SoU to all Climates, e
AKD t AJIOC3 FOB BEEfO
BEST TO USE I
CHEAPZST TO ETJT1I
EASIEST TO SELL 1 1
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JEAL DR. D. L., Physician,
DOSAHOB a QttLLIN, B.w";
LiQucrs. Provisions and oJ
Especially Idapte, EDiwBcSJu &y ktion" u"1 -
EIBEKMANN i. k CO., Importns sal
la Hardware. Crockery, OUamJT
famous roa aiVIN
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to ma
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EKELSICR MiSl'FlCTl'RISfl C0MP1HT
T. LOUIS, HO,
J. J.
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HALP1N a CO.,
Pieeaia, Kev.
FLORENCE.
Opeclal attention is called
t the treat liniarovense nl made)
reeasitlT In ttale eseellent Maetilu
anal te Mm new ami elegant etylee) est
until a te atur list.
Philadelphia Brewery,
MAIN ITRXBT, PIOCBX,
SCHUBTRICn a KLEINI PROPRIETORS
18 FURNISHING A SUPERIOR ARTICLI OF
Lager Beer, la quantities to suit, at tbe low
est rates. Adjoining camps supplied on short
etlce. yM-tf
CAPITOL SALOON,
MAIN STREET, PI0CTJ1.
mar. xx. oasbidy,
PROPRIETOR
TTKEF THE BEST WINKS, LIQUORS AND
IV U1UAKS mat k.-e obtainable in tne united
States. mjietl
Colonil P. C. Lander, known as one
of the earliest of California pioneers, and
prominent alike in the walks of active
life and soeial intercourse, died at the
Cosmopolitan Hotel, in bau Francisco,
on the evening of January 2. The imme
diate cause of his death was heart dis
ease. Colonel Lander leaves two
daughters, Mrs. Joseph G. Eastland and
Mies Elizabeth Lander.
Is San Francisco tbe other day a wan
complained of being robbed by a lewd
woman, and had her arretted. Subse
quently he agreed to hush it up for $30.
l.esult: the woman was committed for
the theft; her victim ditto for agreeing to
receive a bribe, and the same for the man
who offered tbe bribe.
CHAS. STEIN tfc CO.,
I MAIN STREET, PIOCBE, KETADA,
STOZLA.OS
iKD
COMMISSION HOUSE,
Wholesale and Betail Sealers
m
FINE WINES,
LIQUORS & CIGARS.
COUNTRY ORDERS
Promptly attended to.
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FLORENCE.
T?or those who prefer a Ma.
I eblM feeding; tbe sorb away Irons
tha nerater, we stow have one of
that rieseripMon, quiets enay-ninnlns;
and having al the oilier peculiar c
relleuctaol useoUaeratyla.
FLORENCE
T "re to please. If there is
J. on within a tlMaaanei tnlleaeil
aau rraurhww not working- well, I
will atlenil la It without any expense
to inevwner. ftAllx HILA Act,
IT
FLORENCE
Is the only Machine that
ran sew lit iuwe thnn one' tllreo
tion having; n reversible lersl
arrewt advantag In taetvnlns; i
f aeasna, Iu ajiiiltiug, etc.
Armory Hall Saloon,
Frmrlr known m
BUOKBYE,
VVrlLL BE HEBEATTEB CONDUCTED IT
K. J. HANLET, Proprietor.
The choicest brands of W1XBS. LIQUORS
and CIOAUS will alwsvo be found at the Bar.
JjS-tf
All business at Tuhoe City has been
suspended for the Winter. Tbe snow
is about four feet deep at that point on
the lake. Only about fifteen persons,
all told, remain at Tahoa City during tbe
Winter season. A number of hunters in
the vicinity are engaged in trapping
foxes and martens and other wild ani
mals for their furs.
Stock Dying or Btaivation. J. I".
Marshall informs us tdat a larce nnmber
of cattle in Honey Lake and Big Valley
are dying from starvation. Cold weather
and the deep snow in those valleys is ths
cause of it. Many of the ranchers are
killing their cattle to save the hides.
Truckee Republican.
Ik 1873 Denver claims to have done a
business of $15,000,000, and to have had
an accession of 5,000 to her population.
l'sTi-noNS have been presented to the
California Legislstnre, asking a renewal
of the annuity to Gen. John A. Sntter.
It is regarded as almost certain that a
monarchy will be restored in Spain.
Granger Chop-House,
Lacour at., old PoatatBee Bnlldlag,
A GRAND MASQUERADE
AND
Fancy Dress Ball
WILL UK GIVEN BY BELLA BIRD,
At Brown's Hall
Friday
February 6th, 1874.
Committee of Arrangements',
J W Wright, Judge Fullfr, P B Miller,
KumHI Scott, O t fiber-wood, Dr C FPhilaon,
Win Manning, Xr Bergeteiti, Jumrt Cronan,
Ike Phillips, Mit Halpm, L Sultan,
A 8 Thompson, It MoAlpin, Rich'd Bourne,
W Q ttuodnian Dr D L Deal.
Tickets, admitting one gentleman and lasy, $5
Ticket can be bad by applying to any member
oi the CommlUoe or to iiella Bird.
X. B. In order to preyent the entrance of lnv
the door.
proper character, all masks muat 1m raited at
Maska will be removed at 1 o'clock, prericua
to which time none but maaqueraden wtU be
allowed on tbe dancing floor.
Priaaa will be giren for the hacdaomeat cos
tume and the beat tmitaioed character.
Coitninti Made to Order or rented at
reasonable ratea by BELLA BIRD. Keaidence
at Mra. btauton'a. on Main street.
Persona wishing costumes made to order will
please apply early, in order to aecure proper at
leuuun.
Floor Director A Brown
Floor Managers.. O P Eberwood , P B Miller
; . . Kuaaeu Bcott and C r Philson.
jafl-td '
MRS. RICHARDS,
Proprietress.
THIS BOUSE WILL
opened to the public.
on MONDAY WIGHT, Jan. 13 sod will be kept
as a nrat-claas Chop-House. Meals at all hours
of the day ur night; Meals cooked to order.
Oyaters In erery style. Jall-tf
SHERWOOD tfc BRO.
MAIN DTRKKT, PIOCHB,
tvttir
....ot.,
Ill XIKDt
mxrxe
HID
QAM
aid build ix Luian,
IAWXD TIMSIS.
TIVIIB 111 F.Olll.
" Bars on hand
CALIFORNIA LCTKMB,
BIDWOOD aa4 SUGAR rata,
MOULDIKOI, BU., ate.
Also, DOOM aad WIHDOWI, ana Bare aea-
i am t
eatttf
ataatlr oa haad a larse sapplj, walah alll bs
aoi ISUWHaau u.u.
Dr. Paul M.BrenaiL
TV
X Diseaace. and hit PriTate Lectures to Gentle
men on " Manhood, its Loss and Restoration,"
atidon " The Physiology of Man," and the Ta
rijjiB diseaaea of the gen 1 to-urinary organs, hate
made blm master of this most important sub
ject of the profenion.
Thousands of broken-down constitutions ssn
be raised to tbe full standard among men, men
tally and physically, by timely calling upon
him.
He Is also thoroughly familiar with all tbe
diseases and weaknesses to which woman, with
her delicate and fine organisation, ia subject,
snd ths best and shortest method of treating the
aiiia.
Consultation at the office free.
OoiTespoiides.ee promptly aaswered, and a Ifat
ef printed questions sent to any part of the
United States on application.
Private circular will be sent containing many
tAllUSJsi WOriB aUtOWlBfC.
Everything with the Doctor atrictly confl.
dentisl,
Office 197 Montgomery street, San
Francisco, Cal.
Hoars: From 9 to 1J tn.j ft to I, and from to T
- p. m. roaiumce sox, Ui. , JaS-ti
TO PIOCBE MERCHANTS.
TRl T7TAH BOCTBEMt RAILROAD BKTOQ
comf lated to Pro., to mils south of Salt
Lake Oltr, tbe undersigned sre prepared to re
ALL FREIGHT TO THEIR CAM
At Two aad Oae-Half Ceats per la.
Bj careral sad expeditions teamsters.
GORDON a MURRAY
dM-lai Forwarders, Ptoto, Data
I.USU S.W.I
OAELL FOX,
STOCK BROKERS.
10 MOHTOOHXTT TRM1T,
awlfl Baa Fraacltee, Cal. Jit
FLORENCE.
Tfxamine the Florence, or
I i lie ii U tar Circular nnl MJaillHlra
er Work before yon ptirchnat a brsea
lusr Mnelilue. HI Y lilt, lifcvr I
Maehlnes eold on liberal terms.
bouae.rurnishiaf Ooods, Alain stnet.
FAROO B. A. ft CO., laiporUri aad J,)
ol Brandire. Wines and LlQiois III rE
sireet, ban Francisco.
FELBENTHAL PH., Vholnals snd bM
Dealer in Qrocraics, Proi,10aa, tu a
street. '
Gt BAKD DIPT CONCERT. Koala Sliu
r B. Bnakry, Agnit lor Lincoln onuti
GIBBON DR., Gibbon's Dispnuar;
S23 Kearny street, Hu Pruea,
GILMER ft SALISBURY, Daily Stan Um
Otto, at Walla, Fart. tCrt,
GIBFRIED k BRISACHEB, Baa Pnyfa.
Restaurant and Bakery, Meade tJZ
street, opposite Dexter BUblea.
HALPIH J. J. A CO,, Dealers la lata.
Main street. '
HAMILTON X., Wholesale and laui
Liquor Dealer, Main street.
rANLT K. J.. Armory Hall,
Meadow Tallat anal.
HARRISON BROS., Dealer, n rtnltsn.
Beddins, Carptu, tc.. Main stntt. 1
HILL SAMUEL, Agent Florence SawiM Bk
chinas, 19 N.w Montgomery atmrtirui
Hotel Building, ban Francisco.
TTARENBERG DR. C, Physician audi
11 aaeaaow vsiiey street.
JACOBS k BCLTAN, Wholesale aad Baal
Dealers In General Merchaadlaa, Mala a.
KITCHEN k CO., Proprietors Walker Bona
and Clirt House. Bait Lake.
TASTEN P.. Meadow Talley Brewery, em
JV of Main and Meadow Valley streets.
I1EBE8 k BOWMAN, Manniactann sat la.
J porters of Havana Clears, coraor of Sam.
mento snd Battery streets. Baa Francisco.
LIVINGSTON k CO., Fine Bnndlas, Vims
and Liquors, 2'iO and 'iii Caliiorals stmt,
ban Francisco.
LEWIS H , Dealer tn Clothing- and Turalai.
Ins Goods, Main street.
LYNCH JOHN C, Wholesale snd Ratal
Liqnor Dealer, cor. Main snd Laceurste.
MICBABL H., CI far Store, Mais street, oppe.
site Meadow Valley street.
MAHONET fc OTOOLB, Dealers la detaiai.
Boots sod shoes, eta.. Mala .treat,
MALLSTT I. H. k CO., Meat Market,
Main, opposite Lacrar street.
MARX F. F., Forwarding and Coaalaslgs
Merchant, Toano (C. P. B. B.J Naf ads.
EYER8 k L1CHTEN8TI1N, Aactlea sat
Commiaaion Merchants, Lacour street.
FLORENCE
QEWING MACHINES.
VD SAMUEL, HILL, Agent,
Ko. IB Kew Hanlgoijaery Mrert.
trrenact iletei Bmitding, Son fraacieea.
lis
DANCING
ACADEMY.
MR. BACH BESPECTFriXT ANNOUNCES
that he has commenced giTinf lessoas in
Danciae at Brewn'a Hall.
All the latest and most fashionable dances
tausht. and sir. B. will suarantee to aiaka each
pupil an accomplished ball-room dancer after
ene course.
Clawiea for Gentlemen (new beeinners) from
7 to 8 o'clock Tuesday and Friday evenings.
Berulsr claases from a to 10 same evenings.
Clsaees fur Lsdiee and Children from I to i
p. in. Tueadaya and Fridaya.
For further particulars, spply st ths sail.
d27.tf L. BACH.
THE MEADOW VALLEY
HOTEL and SALOON
AT BULLIONVILLE,
HA VINO BEEN REF1TTID AND RE
BTUCKKD throughout, Is now open for ths
reception of the public -
TAN BLYEE FEBBT a ICcPHKBSON,
- Proprietors.
Bullionvllls, Ner., Jan. S, 1674. ja6-tf
M
MTLEY LAAGE, Confectioners,
Next door to J.J. Ilslpin k Co., Mala street.
MOTT, PIPH k CO , Inporters snd Dealen
In Hardware, MIU and Mianu tioods, eta.
Aleadow Valley street.
NICHOLS DB.F.O,
Dentist, Msla street.
1ITZKB A CORSON,
Attorneys at Law, Lacour urea.
130XTI, BEYNOLDB k CO., Importers set
Jobbers of Wines and Llanors. m CslUa-
nis street, Ban Francisco.
PRITCHARD W. L. (T. F. Ltwler, ient it
Pioche) Past frelsbt Line frosj Palladia
Piochs, Main street, below Lacour.
RObllEB JOHN, Dealear in arecerlet, t
Tlsions end General Merchandise, sua.
bture, Lacour street.
SCHCBTRICH k ELEINE,
Philadelphia Brewery, Vela skeet.
SCOTT RUSSELL,
Palace Club Booms, Hals street.
SHERWOOD k BRO., Dealen la Lnrnbtr,
Maiastnet
SHROCFB, SWEENEY A CO., Comaueetoa asl
Wholeaale Dealers in ProTlaiona, tut Pnai
street, Ban rranclaeo.
2MITH JAB. B. k CO., Stock Brokers,
) Meinslrat
STAPLES 1. R. k CO., Furniture, Upaelsatl,
etc, Pioeh. strata.
STATB BANK OF MKEADA,
j MilaetrMl.
rpflOMPBON k OACDlN.W'helesalellealenul
J. Wines, Liquor snd Cigars, Lacosranet.
riiltAVIS k CO., Plocba snd HamlMStalt
I Line; Frank C. Mlnshull, st WelU,rare
kOo'a, AoenU
TELLS, FARGO fc CO., Exchange, BinKaf
snd Express Company, Main sum.
WE8O0ATT N., Patenta for Mlseral lu.
Meadow Valley atreat.
"IITHEKLBR FRANK fc CO., Importeis I
T 1
Maionic Directory.
BALL. ON LACOl'R STREET.
CT. JOH
O A. M. Stated communications fourth,
Saturday evening in each month. Called
communicationa first, second and third
Saturday evenings st 7 h o clock.
J. F. HALLOCK
, Bamcss, McAnaat, Becretary. ,
W. af.
KETSTONI R. A., CHAPTER NO. S, V. D.
Called convocations first and third Thurs
day evenings in each month at 7 o'clock.
Stated convocations aecond and lourth Thuraday
evenings in each month.
Bojeurnlng brethren snd companions in food
standing cordially Invited to attend.
edwd d. t. arm, u. b. h. p.
H. Kiacsk, fteeretary. ja2S-tf
FRANK WHEELER & CO.,
IMP0HTER8 AND DEALERS ?
In General Hardware,
mha. uoodo
kill ooods atnxeoooa
""""Mill fiArlBU""
uiu. eoensiiAlAA SJIUUVIO auu. eoone
j , mu. aeons - mu, aoone .. ,.
Miu. eoose
Mining Qoods
Mining Geode Minlni Goods
Mining OodeTirnT(i (innTiCMl"f
Mining Goadsgimilli uUUDOMlnUM Coeds
seining uooas Mining uooas
Mining Goods
Xion and. Otoel,
, Stovea of all Kinds, .
SBtO S3to H3to-.-i...B3to.
A Snoply of
TlhwaraTlBwareTIUtBI DCTInwari Tinware
iinnant
Tinware Tinware I
L Tin ware Tinware
Oa aaod: also TIm Werkt alxeaaitaa prompt-
ly as reasonable rases. . j .
TONat BTOKK,
Upper Main street, Pioohs, afevad.
i spio-tr
Dealers In Ueaeral Hardware, Mala St.
iiriuittjuiiiti "
Pioneer News Depot, Mais sSvei
ILLIAMS J. Msgnoll. M.
Absolutely the Beit Protectiea Agtlmt Fire.
1 THE BABCOCK "
mi
Fire Extinguisher,
SELF ACTINGFIRE ENGINE
HOOK & LADDER TRUCKS.
JB DAILT tSB BT THI I FIB M
. menu ofthepitoclpslriti" ol tbelis
hs Oov.rnm.nt has adopted them.
tag rsllwsys use them. t
SEND FOR "THEIR RSCORD..
, , Oemral Agent, for th. pl
r IAnt.tW
MOTT. -
AgSBM.
Tor sslt by ;
buao isrr.
. ..wru
l. uvneere. ! ssaao -
LIVINOSTOW J"
Importersaad WBola-le Besls
WINES A LiQ"Sf8'
Between Battery andjrronl, Bss
AAAOMVIn.oldcJUfc"f,
ef leBrwsJJW1 ,

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