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THE PIOCHE DAILY RECORD.
FRIDAT.. ..AreiuT t. TAXES. This is tbe ere of taxes. People are never (re from the constant demand of th tax gatherer. Sometimei it is Fed eral, sometimes Bute, county or district, liat between them ail the threshold of the eitixen it always darkened by the shadow of tbe tax gatherer, wboae maw is as insatiable ss tbe grave and as inex orable as death. After nearly ten years of peace, tbe same constant, never ceasing demands are made on tbe means of the community, and for what? Leer ing oat the claims of the public creditor, which no American who lores his coun try, who is jealous of its bonor snd dig nity, will ever dispute without ques tioning for a moment this sacred claim, to what is tbe rest of tbe immense amount of money wrung from the people devoted? To supporting in idleness and luxury a parcel of iudolent, avaricious cormorants, who think, like tbe Count de Cbambord, that tbey bare the right dirioe to steal from tbe people, and lire in luxurious ease on the pro needs of their robberies. These are harsh words, bat unfortunately tbey are true, too true for tbe saft-ty aud well-being of tbe peo ple. From the head of tbe Gorernment downwards, it seems all oue big steal. A corrupt, renal and utterly untrustworthy Congress declares, like a brazen harlot, that they hare a right to fix tbe froii of their remuneration. Tbey recoguize no limit but their will, or rather, the necessities imposed on them by tbeir riotous Iitiu. The Pni dont agrees with them, and between tbe whole, the villainy is conjoin anted aud oacb departs with his share of the plun der. If there were no limit, actual or apparent, why did they not, like any Other set of robbers, divide the couteuts of tbe Treasury smongkt them and then cast lots for the bulk of it? Tbe reply to' this is, that there is au impediment between their own greed and the means of gratifying it. These men know, for tbe present at any rate, though it may not be fur long, that tbey will be com pelled to gire some account of their doings to their constituents, and they did not dare do as tbeir wishes prompt them, aod confiscate the Treasury en msase. Tbey, bowerer, did what tbey could, aud more than tbey bad tbe courage to stand up to. Seeing this, is it not time for the people to see that the taxes they pay so continuously are not deroted to some more useful purpose than in proridiug a set of vicious idlers with tbe means of indulging their lux urious tastes. This is what the toiling millions of Europe do. Are tbe oitizens of the Grent Republic going to fall? Bare tbey not already fallen from tbe mettle of their pasture and become mere hewers of wood ond drawers of water for a set of unconscionable knares, who hare not the generosity to refrain from or the honesty or ability to earn the money tbey so imperiously demaud. Truly this is the epoch of tax-paying and for which payments the people get noth ing but insults and jeers. UNAPPhKCiATKD. Lately tbe Eureka Sentinel has been publishing some very spiteful remarks concerning Governor Bradly and others. With this quarrel we hare nothing to do, nor do we intend to take any stock in it, on either side; but we observe that the Sentinel seems to regard Mr. Hyman, the present War den of the State Prison, as a candidate for some State office. Of course, Mr. Hyman, or any other qualified citizen, has a right to aspire to any office in tbe gift of the people, that is all so; but we greatly doubt whether Mr, Hymsn would be a successful candidate, no matter by which party he might be nominated. He ran for Senator from this county at tbe last election, and certainly had no rea son to congratulate himself on the re result. Personally, Mr. Hyman may be an excellent man, but as a candidate be fore the people, he is certainly not a suc cess. CoHTENDrno Thieves. New Orleans is presenting the iustructire spectacle of a number of tbieres quarreliug respect ing tbe distribution of the plunder. Ou one side is that beautiful brother-in-law of Grant, Casey, who never stole mors than he could carry, and on ths other Packard, if possible a more defiant thief, Pinchback, the late Republican candi date for the United States Senate his principal qualification being that he was a State Prison convict sided with Casey. If these scoundrels would only fight till tbey destroy each other, un happy Louisiana might have a chance to recuperate. Wboso. Dear old dander-headed, granny Alia never seems to grt the right 4 pig by tbe ear. She congratulates the couutry on tbe negotiation of the fire per cent, loan without the payment of commission, and right in the Alta's pub lished telegrams is tbe announcement that a quarter of one per cent, commis sion on the whole loan is to be paid. The Alta had better read its own dis patches before it begins to gush. Tai Saintly folks of Brooklyn are now convinced that Tilton is insane. Without entering into tbat matter we would like to know something respecting Beecher's mental condition while he was urging Mrs. Tilton to become unfaithful to her husband, and disobey the command menteofthe Almighty. DOKiao tbe past year the inhabitants of San Francieco hare paid taxes to tbe amount of $3,052,034 C3. Is not this paying rather denrly for their whistle, seeing tbat most of it has been stolen, or else the need for it, hag been osnsed by former stealings. Tai accounts of depositors in tbe 8. F, Sarings Bank show a credit of over fifty millions. A okhtlima who left tor Buttle Mountain last evening, was probably in terviewed by tbe Deputy Sheriff on his arrival at that place this morning. Tbe officer only wanted to ask him if be could spare a few dollars for tbe benefit Asti suflsrer.- Austin Br- BY TELEGRAPH ! I rrri-iii to tu rioou nsn.1 uonsnw Eastern DUpatclien. CiNOixxan, August C The following persons were lost oa the steamer fat lingers, in addition to those reported yesterday; Anna Cook and two children; Siuiua Uestner, Ciocinnati; tbe wife and child of i r. T. Gibbons, Madison, Ind. ; A. M. IUtts, North Carolina; James auiiih, deckhand; John ii. liugbea. Theodore Matt and F. M. (Stone were bsdly burned. Many who escaped to tbe shore were disiUured for life by the dames, which biew strongly in that direc tion from tbe boat. Miss Bowden, of Louisville, jumped from the boat to wards tbe Indiana shore, and hungry tongues of flame licking along the sur face of the water, horribly boned tier head aud face. Hue had no life-preaerrt-r, and ouly secured one end of a plank by clinging to the pntaloons of a man wbo swam a past her. She says that while nioviug through tbe water, sereral gasp ing, drowning wretches extended tbeir hauds toward her; some eren grasping her bair and tearing out handiulls in their terror. The last liring object seen ou board tbe boat was a little child, three or four years of uge, running about, screaming with fright, and surrounded by flames, with its li-gs, arms and face exposed to terrible heat. Tbe negro crew bebavtd badly, hurrying off tbe boats before there was any danger and monopolizing all available means of support. New Yoke, August C It is stated that Sutton & (Jo., publishers of the Aldine, an illustrated journal, hare failed. Tbe firm states that tbe matters can be bridged over. The railroad war concerning the rates of passage for immigrants, which opened in March last, has just beeu brought to a close. The couibatants were tbe New York Central, Hudaou Hirer, Erie and Penusylrania ltailroads. Recently the railroad agents took measures tending toward reconciliation, aud after consider able discussiou, it wan resolved to re store tbe old rates, which bare not been iu force since March 28. This increases the immigration fare to tbe West more than teo per ceut., aud to some points more than fifteen per cent. While the railroad war has ben thus amicably con cluded, the steamship companies still continue. Brooklyn, Aug. 6. The Board of Al. dermen 4as voted two milliona unquali fiedly for continuance of the work on the bridge counseling that city with New York. George II. Foster, counsel of Tracy Kobinson, late ageut for the Panama Railroad on the Isthmus, states that his client has been grossly maligned by tbe officers of tbe compauy, and that be has brought suit against Kufus Hatch, the managing director, for $50,000 damages in consequence. New Yoiik, August 6. One million and a half Gorernment gold was award ed at from 9.72 to 0.8S. Washington, Aug. 6. The Superin tendent of the New Orleans Miut is here making arrangements to recommence operations, but owing to tbe smalluess of the Congressional appropriation, tbey will for the present be confined to assay ing only. No business has been done at that Miut since 1801, when the Confed erate authorities took the property. Secretary Delano returned to day with bis family, and will remain in charge of the Interior Department for a few days. Pacific Coast. Han Fbancihco, August 6. Steamer Colima, from this port to Yokohama, made the voyage in 20 days. The police have not yet found any clue to the murderer of Christopher Cetro vich. Probably none ever will be dis covered. It is reported tbat the health of Minis ter B. P. Avery is improving, and that be will be able to take bis departure for China by tbe next steamer for Hong kong. Mrs. Avery will accompany him. Greenbacks Ul(n,314. Los ASGALks, August C. Schooner Eclipse arrived yesterday off Point Con ception. On Thursday, at 4 a. ui., John Uyndes, the mate, was knocked on the deck by the jibbing foresail, his neck being broken by the blow, lie was buried at Wilmington. dak Dikoo, August 6. A special from Maricopa to-day says advices from Cupt. Haskell at tbe Chimneys on tbe Maricopa Desert, state thut Wp, Garrett, wagon master, while en route to Fort Yuma, bad bis leg crushed bsdly and received internal injuries which it is feared will prove fatal. I here oeing no surgeon nearer than Camp McDowell, he was left at Gila Bend. A dispatch from Indian Wells says the Indians are very troublesome, stealing everything they can lay hands on around the station. A Phoenix dispatch says that heavy raius have occurred there during tbe past few duys. Jackson, ual., August b. Ibis morn ing, while descending into the cellar of his store, Charles Steckler fell, striking bis head on the Ground, and fainted His wile went for a physician. On her re turn ber husband bad disappeared They searched for bitn in everv direction but without success till about dark, when he came out of the woods at Harmon's house, six miles from here. The fall seems to have crazed him. He knows nothing, and recognizes none of his friends. He is au old resident, and has been engaged iu the mercantile business here since ls50. San KriANcisco, August 6. Four com panies of troops for Arizona Bailed on tbe Newbern this afternoon. Wui. B. Maurice died suddenly in the hospital to-day. The cause of death is unknown. He was admitted last night. His occupation is tbat of a book-keeper. The Central Pacifio Bailmad Compa ny declared a dividend ot 5 per share. The steamer Winchester Bailed to-day for Panama and all way ports with 411 tons of freight and 20 passengers. Sophia Gatzen, tbe woman wbo came on foot overland, arriving hire a few weeks since, has been Bent to the Alms house. The vintage of California for the pres ent year, ie plaoed at ten million gallons. Foreien News. Londod, August 6. Tbe Times an nounces that Parliament will be pro rogued to-morrow. ,. . Tbe Bank of England haa fixed the rate of discount at 4 percent, per annnm. London, Aug. G. The Americans are to-day playing cricket twenty-two men against tbe Prince's eleven. At lunch seven wickets of tbe Englishmen bad fallen for nine runs. The order for tbe British syuadron to tbe coast of Spain has been counter manded. Thk large planing u ill north of tbe railroad depot at Carson City was totally destroyed by fire yesterday rooming. The fire broke out about 2 o'clock in tbe morning, and is supposed to bnve been tbe work of an incendiary, as the mill bad been shnt down since the pro vious afternoon. Virg. Chronicle, 2d. Vg are obliged to Mr. Cohn. ths tele graph operator at the Railroad Depot, for ths following intelligence: The ore shiput-Dts for the month of July were lighter tban for any month during the year, amonnting t only 20,602 tons. This lack of or was owini to the thut- nag down of tbe fjrowa Foint and Bel cher mines. O. H. News, 2. DKFERRKD TELEGRAMS. WunTr.Tn. Ann. 1. The amount of coin IB tbe Tr asury is lower than it has been for some time. After deducting outstanding liabilities, tbeir remaius but little erer eleven millions oi ooiiars available. It la thought there will not be any increase in tbe amount to be sold rinnno the mouth of August over that ol July. Tbe currency balauce in the Treas ury IS larger man at any uuje being f 17.000,000. The estimated reve nue receipts for August is (9,000.000, which will gire the available currency a balance for August of f 20 000.000, while tbe dixbarsement. it is believed, will not exceed (16.50U,0u0, thus rendering an increase ol gold sales entirely unneces sary. SPECIE BESCMPTION. The friends of 8--orttary Bristow say it is bis desire at as early a day as possible, lo suspend tbe sale of gold entirrly and commence boarding preparatory to the reusmption of specie payment. SOUTH CAROLINA. Ex-Senator Patterson, of South Caro lina, arrived here to-day from a visit to bis former borne in Pennaylrania. He is in receipt of late advices from South Carolina, wbiob he aays give aesnranoes of tbe nomination of Campebell for Gor ernor. llensbaw will lie uominuted by tbe Democrats. Tbe Most a party are bringing all the influence to bear tLey can to secure Moses' renomination, and in case be is renominated, ths Democrats will contest tbe election. 1 be President will be appealed to, and as he stands pledged not to recognize Moses, a Aieino cratic Governor will be secured. COMPLAISTS-FSOM B EJECTED DON I) BID DERS. The Treasury Department is in receipt of numerous complaints trom tmiiita ana bankers whose bios for five per cent bonds were rt jetted, many of wboui claim that their bids were more advan tageous to the Government than the terms grauted to the Syndicate. Oue New York firm offered to take two mil lions at precisely tbe same terms ou which the whole amount was afterward awarded, with the exception that tbey would bare taken and paid lor the bonds at once, while the Syndicate tare six mouths in wbicb to do it. J here is. thus far, no disposition on tbe part of the Treasury officials to make public tbe various bins received on the 5WJ ot July, aud iudications are that there never will be. Pabis, August 1. There was a violent scene in the Assembly to-day. M. Gf.i lout, a Bonapartist, yesterday used the expression that " tbe Kepublio had snc cunibed before tbe scorn of honest men." To-dav he was challenged by the mem bers of Left to repeat tbe words, which he did. inereiiDon Mctor rscuodener, Republican, gave him tbe lie, and several Deputies trom the Left rushed toward him, shouting and shaking tneir nuts The President of the Assembly was un able to restore order, and suspended tbe sitting, it is probable tbat several duels win loitow. The Permanent Committee of tbe As. sembly, which is to sit during the recess, has been elected. It is composed of six Legitimists, ten members of the Modtr ate Bight and Bight Center, and nine of tbe iitft. lbe Bonaportists are wholly excluded. Chicago, Aug. 1. During tbe corner in corn here yesterday, though prices ran up as high aa aa cents per bushel, snd au immense amount of corn changed hands at that price, it is thought th but few failures occurred, and those ot smaller firms. It is said tbat tbe combi nation which is engineered by Mr. Stur ges of this city, and comprise! promi nent dealers iu New York aud Liverpool, bad control of 7,000.000 bushels of corn there aud in New York. Yesterday there were over 2,000,000 busbels here iu store. Tbe corner in oats was legitimate, owing to a scarcity of that article. Tbe high est price was 83 cents. The combina tion was suocesRful in both cases. New York advices state tbat the market there was not affected by the corner. rw ioiiK, Aug. 1. lbe rest this evening will publish a statement that the Columbia, tlbio and Indiana (Jentral Company to-day defaults tbe interest on their general second mortgage bonds, amounting to $5,000,000. The Penn sylvania Railroad controls the road, but does not guarantee the payment of these bonds. It owns enough bonds to fore close the mortgage and obtain posses sion of the road. New Yobx, August 1. Washington specials say that General Sherman con tinues to be very positive in lbe expres sion of bis opiuiou regurdiug tbe Imiian policy. He does not regard the Indian trouble as of a very serious character, and expresses the belief that tbey will soon die out. He Bays, however, tbat bo long as tbe luuun raoe s upon the earth there will be trouble between them and the whites, and that whether the Indian be governed by the bayonet or by the Bible, there will never be perfect peace between the two races nothing nut extermination will settle tbe ques tion. He says tbe army ia small aud widely scattered, but in case of any de termined warlike action by the different tribes of Indians, the army, eren de pleted as it is, would be able to probct the settlers and tbeir property. He be. lieves thut the Indian peace policy iiiflu. euce the agents to a great degree, but none in reality believe in this policy. it placed tbe Gorernment belore tbe In dians in an attitude of supplication beg. ging for peace, and indicated its lack of continence in itself in case of war. The Eun p an news agencies of tbe lleuter telegraph I orupauy, of London, aud llaras, Ijante a uouipauy, ol I'aris, bare been amalgamated under arrange' ments made between them for a long tt rm of years, and tbe agency of tb former company here will hereafter be known as "The United States Agency of Kt-uter & Havas of Ixiudon and Paris.' The business of tbe Keuter Company which hitherto embraced the European, Asiatic, Africa and Australian oombina. tion news and commercial affairs of tbe United States, West Indus, Central America, Mexico and the Cunadiea, has teen, since the completion of the bo called American cable, extended to Bra zil, Argentine Republic, Cbili and South American nations. South America now in telegraphic communication with the rest of the world. Tbe consolidated companies announce that tbey will here. alter deliver commercial messages trusted to their charge to all parts of tbe world. Spain's Cbabobs Against Fbanck. An Imperial decree makes tbe following specifications of complaint against France: Arms bearing tbe royal initials of linn Carlos have been publicly sold at Bayonne. A manufactory at Bordeaux bas been allowed to undertake contracts for supplying the Carlists' army with boots and sboea. 'I be uucnees oi jua drid. wife of Don Carlos, has been mif fered to reside at Pan, withont being in terfered with. A demand for tbe extra' dition ot Chief Bavallo, on account of varions criminalities, was refused by the French Government, aud bis return into Spain not prevented. The Prefect of tbe Department of Lower Pyrenees, who permitted the public entry of Carlists into Spain, is still retained in office. Thousands of armed recruits for the Carlists crossed the frontier. Finally two oargoes of arms from France have been lauded for tbe Carlisle. . Tnx Eureka Relief Committee held meeting last evening, and finding tbat there still remained about f 1,900 in the treasurv. resolved to make another appor tioninent to-monow eight, and then make a Anal report of Its action. Eure ka Hentlnel, . Yai.ce or the Fbanc. Judge Ship- man, of the United States Circuit Court, in New York, recently rendered a decis ion at considerable importance, aa set tling the value of tbe Irauc-pieee in this country. Tbe decision was rendered in a suit brought by various importers of French Roods against Collector Arthur, of New York. and involved directly about 200.000. Indirectly, buwever. It is said the decision will compel tbe refund ing from the Treasury of several millions ef dollars. It appears tbat section 1 of tbe Act of March 2, ls71, baa been con strued to fix the value of tbe franc at 19 310 cents, while the act of May 82, llli, fixes it at 18 0-10 rents. Judge Sniiriuan's decision is to tbe effect tbat section 1 of tbe Act of March 2, lH73,and the Act of May 22, 1848, do not cover or embrace the same subject, and tbat the former section was not intended aa a ubatitnie for the Act of 1846 and kindred statutes, but was intended lor other aud different puiposes than those which are specified in tbe class ot statutes of which the Act of 1846 is one. In determining tbe dutiable value of tbe plaintiff's goods, tbe franc should hsve beeu esti mated at 18 C 10 cents. Judgment was accordingly rendered for plaintiff. It is understood that the Secretary of tbe Treasury will order tbe case te be taken to the Supreme Court on appeal. 8. F. Call, 2d. The miners of the Coms'ock range had a graud social jubilee at the ball ot tbe Virginia Miners' Union, B street, last night. The Unions of both Gold Hill and Silver City were present aud toe best feeling prt railed atnoug all. In the eveuiog the Union of this city marched out to the Divide, where tbey met the Gold Hill and Silver City Unions, and escorted them through town to their ball. The Virginia Union made a fine display, being out in strong force and headed bv a brass band. Tbe other Unions were also headed by a brass band, aud when all sere together, tbey formed a prooeesinn of great length. At tbe ball there were refreshments in abnndance, both solid and liquid, to wbicb all did ample jusiice. Speeches were made by the cftic-rs and leading members ot the tnions there were toasts without number and no end of songs. Tbe festivities were kept np nutii a iste hour and ail Beemed to enjoy tbemselves hugely. Lirg. tnterprne.J Fob a town of its size, we will place Reno alongside of any in tbe known world lor tbe number of vagrants, tramps and beggurs, continually passing throuub. Qrent bis, strapping, robnst men ; small boys with big trowsers, aud their feet, hands anil (aces so filthy tbat a small amount ol irrigation would cause them to break out iu spots like the oassis of a desert; women of all colors and ages are among the few wbo are con tinually putting in their appearance with a little dirty paper and the request, "Please help a poor man, who has five sick wives and au unhealthy baby;" or wbo "lost his eyesight in tbe mines of Old Tuolumne," or "been paralyzed since birth from a full from bis cradle," or wbo have a thousand and one of the evils which flesh is heir to. Reno Journal, 2d. YtHTEHDAT niorninf a number of ru mors were in circulation relating to the reported lynching of two men on the road between lko and this place. Tbe rumors were soon exaggerated, and at noon the number dii-pnsed of by Judge Lynch bad increasid to six. Nothing definite as lo the truth or falsity of the report bas been ascertained, though ou inquiring of those who had passed over the road no such oc currence had taken place to their knowledge. Later in the day it was reported tbat luck ltoact) aud Dutch Jobn, tbe celebrated tnree-card monte sharps, with two or three "rap pers, bad been strung op near Uko, but nothing establishing such to be the caee haa been received. Lr-ureka ben. tinel, Ctli. Night before last, while working on the ISOU-foot level of the Consolidated Virginia mine, JobnOBnger was engaged in setting up some timbers in a tunnel and was in the act of lifting a cap, when a heavy poBt fell upon it. His right hand was caught between the shurp edges ot tbe two timbers, and tbe two middle tin. gers so badly crushed tbat the surgeons have d dared tbat both must be ampu fated. Virg. Enterprise, 2d. , Thk Utah Mining Company appear to be in a streak of bad luck, r ml, they knocked a cyliuder bead out ot their en wine; then tbey cracked their spur wheel, suiasbed one tank by jerRlug tt up among the pnlleya, lost another in the bottom of the shaft, and anally tbe com lany iu which their works are innured as "busted. AO appropriately con elude the chapter, tbe works should now take tire and burn up I virg. enter prise, 2d. It has beeu reported, on pretty good authority, that one of the State prntooers, being guilty of iasubordiiration, was shot in the srtn bv one of tbe guards. Th plans were laid lor a general outbreak. which would have occurred several weeks ago had it not been for tbe exposure of tbe aff iir bvoueof the prisoners. W are nunhle to vouch for the fact of the prisoner being wouuted, but lmd.it from most excellent authority.) virg. enter prise, 2d. Tbe new Catbolio cemetery wssoon secrati d on Thnr-dny last by Ulahop O'Lom.ell, of Maiysville, Cal., wbo is one of the most eminent divines of the Catholic Church on the Pacific const The removal of many ol the dead from tbe old cemetery will commence imme diately. The new cemetery is iu the nonheiiBt part of town, on what is known as Silver Terrace, and in the neighbor hood of tbe other cemeteries. v irg Chronicle, 2d. . Hits. Whyland, desiring to close up her business and leave for the East winhea to notify ber friends and patrons tbat she will sell her large stock of goods Very cheap for oasb. All must be sold in thirty days. Give her a call, j 9tf Thk Difference. The transit of Venus. Dec. 8ih STioropriation, $177.' 000; the transit of drinks at Panaca Saloon appropriation, only one price one bit! iw M. Levin instructs thoroughly on piano forte. Instructions given at pri vate residencea, or on bis own piano the San lose House. jy-lC NEW TO-DAY. LOST, A PROMISSORY DOTS FOR TBE SUM OF f:Hl. ilated February S, 1874, and due April 16, 1KI4, drawn by Juan J Owe Fuenzalier snd P. T. Coleman, and psyabta to H. D. Bnna eraaa or bearer. AU persons era hereby cau tioned aKtioHt neRotiatlng the same, aa payment au been ntuppd. " ! H. D. BOBECRANR. Ploche, August , mi. eu7-tf ATTENTION, FIHB lVE 33 INT t rp HE MEMBER OF THE PIOCHE FIRE CE. I pertinent will meet THIS (Frfdirl EVEN. i.iu, ai e n rinca, me rooms oi ttuitaell bcotl. on Hale nrret. i W. W. BISHOP, President. I. Bcaornum, Secretary. auT-lt BAKIIHQ HOUSES. WELLS, FARBO & CO.'S KEVADA. XJepoanitai Trtecelved Ob Open Account, or Certificates ot Deposit Issued, Payable on Itescsad. ' Bills cf -Exchange ,...AS..... Telegraphic Transfers hwOImm MEW YORK, KAN fBAKrinro, BOSTON, CHICAGO, BIT. LOOT, And all the Prinrtfal Fasten ft Ilea, and on sny point In Cawadau Ialso, Fsrlianfre Drawn en London, Dublin, Paris, Berlin, and all the rrUcil Cities ol Europe. CTJKRFKCY! Eoutht 4nc tBolct. EtUllon Bouclxti ! And Advances Made Thereon. Collections and Commissions Of all kind executed rtrosnrtlr in all parts of tbe foiled Males, lurope and tbe Caaadas. In connection with tbe ab vo, we are new Tre pared to do s regular Stock Brokerage BoelsetH, and will BTJV .A-NXS SSXiXi OTOOKS Strictly on Commission. Assessments Collected. Paid and Dlwidewds Advances Made en Blocks, J. M. SZIBERT, niyfti-tf A Kent THE STATE BANE OF NEVADA, CZ K JC 12 s Board ef Directors l JOHN P. KF.IXET President CBAS. A. WIEDERHOLD Ties President CHA8. A. WIEDERHOLD Secretary JOHN OABBtR I. W. WKIGHT, H. 8. Ll'MOCK- A. BBOWD, EAKbV I. TUOBKTON. A t tome) s I TBOBNTON, EEIXET a GABBER T-vF.pimiTH hkckivkd. fithkk on open I accouut or to iasne certificates therefor par- auw on uemana. EXCHANGE DRAWN UPON NEW YORK and BAN FRANCISCO. And otoer principal cities of tbe U. 8. Also upon LONDON. DUBLIN, PARIS, BERLINJ And all of the prlclvs, cities of Europe. Currency Bought and Sold. Collection Promptly Made. Railroad and Mining Stocks Bought . and Sold on CominMou. e Money Loaned on Stocks. Corres pendents l LA III LA TV k CO.. Agent, of the Bank I ew Tork BANK OP CALIFORNIA, snd I J u. laiuas a cu.. Blocs l Han rrsacisco uroaers J jal-tf. I. V. WRIGHT, Bank Manager. B00T6 & fcBOEB. a. r. kostom. a. scawnosa Boots, Boots, Boots. mm & mini Meadow Valley Htreet, Opposite Dcittr Btablis, A RI PREPARED TO At AM FACT CRE ALL X. Aiuda of superior Oiuooni-iLiade Boota, Aailed, fogged, oerewed or sewed, front I beat brui'U ol French block. MINING BOOTH their (specialty. We will auarantee our Sewed French Calf Boots and baiter to be euual to ans ever made in iue Diaie A GOOD FIT WARRANTED, OR KO BALK. FAKTlt't'LAR ATTKNTIOM paid to HbHAliUM,. ay Our Pi-lone will conform to the Times. MORTON KCIIvYEieKR. myia-tf Ml CI KHHORa TO Ai C. GORDON IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DIALERS IK Wines liquors St. Cigars Fire-Proof Bulldine, La cour street, Rest Doer north of ths Postoffloa, PlOCBB - - . . NEVADA-; Goods Takenjn Storage. IH 0ONNECTIOH WITH THE ABOVE neat Sample Room I attached, where nothing but line Ldaaan selected from the above stock will be dispensed. which will be pnelded over by Mr. ft. MoAI, ib i r-K. wno win be glad to ate his old friends, xnyi9-u JAMES NESBITT, COMMISSION MERCHANT, Dealers In Produce, Groceries and Prowiiiont. hmww Main street, PleeMe, JsS-tf Dissolution Notice. TH B COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE eilntfng between Qnlnlin k Dean, In the saloon business, la this day dlsaolved by mutual iw.invut. i iiv uiininem win nerearter be car. nm on oy vunnau U IK Hindi, Flocks, Rev., Jnly (, 1874. jyT-lm Eugene Schoppm&nn "VPEN8 HIS PRIVATE SCHOOL AT THE Y7 ll Record omce, on Main street, Plochs, on MONDAY NEXT, Jnly a, at ID a. m. Tenni, Five Dollars Per Month. Hours from 10 s. a. to J p. m. Advanced pupils will receive In traction from 3 p. m. to p. m. Book-teepuM and German, Fnach and Span- )yt-tf E.kCHOPPMAKlt. HOTEL AID S.&MT JOSE HOTEL. OPENS : S TJTM TDLTV. .TT7XW iq, - ' ,-e-i I .v t--.i .-,,, ,. BAYEgLKASni THIS POPtLAJt aoilME, AND VETTED IT IP AH A FIRST-CLASO HOTEL. THE KaTCHES AND B1K7NG-BOOM Will t mpplkd with ttw tort to tto mmrkH, ud will to Mcoad to m other pUcaorh.i.. liMaaias. . .. ""WI The Bed Bocms Large. Attached te tbe Hotel are S3 Hill 3R OOXXCiaa, weU supplied with Bat and Cold tt u. Every cfir.renfer.ee for the to Fxp nse w ill be sprrcd to AND AT TKRM8 AS Board, - - - - ? - Board and Zcdgirg and Per Week, - - - Single Baths, 15 Cents jyi2 tf W. S. CLOTHIBG, GEOCEEHS, ETC. Eureka, Picche, Cherry Cceek. 'CO "74 Wholesale and Retail CLOTHING, GROCERIES, AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE, 2VXAX2NT S'TXIXIX.'X1. 23eloTO7- TjitQOur. Eureka House. MAIN STREET, Opposite Wells, Fargo k Co'a. Jyl-tf The Floral Mill, PIOCHE, - - - NEVADA, Is Now Prepared to Redaee Ores, GCARAJfTFRlNG AS LAHOB A PEBCEKT sge as any mill In the oouuty. ADVAHCE MADE ON ORES. T. MoMASTURS, JjrH.tf nperlntendeat- NOTICE. TH COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE eilsttna between the eneenifmed, and tlio firm, name and style of Binhop k Lee. has this day bom dissolved bv Bintael consent A. O. Bmboo withdrawing from ths baetneea. All the UabiliHe.of the late arm at ammed by S. L. Lee, wbo will receive and receipt for all debts due the lste Arm, at the same business House. . A. C. BT8H0F, 8. L. Lk . Floche, funs U, WU. JeM-lra LOST, ,W THK nth rtT., EITHER OH MEADOW valley or Laeour street, a Derriaaer Pistol. any psnwn asvmg louna iae suns wui leave It at this omce. BEETAUIABT. FKDEB THE FIEt-OKAL srpvt, "Well Ttunished end Airy, teneSt of Traveling Ouesls. meke Guests comrortalle HOME. FOLLOWS i - - - 810 Per "Week txto Baths - - - $16 Per Week I Meals, - - 75 Cents STANSPIEL FEEIGHTEES. PRITCHARD'S RECULAR FREICHT LINE FROM PALISADE, Tia EUMIA to PIOCHE. W, I. PR1TCHARD, Prev'r. Time . from 10 to 14 lays. Mark goods can of Prltckwl. filial ' tOlamoad; - low. - So Forwarding Charges bj Ihu , Line! OlDce, Corner ef Fleehe and fie sM-tt FBANK 0. MINEBflX, A(cnt. jr. r FORWARDINC WHOLESALE DEALER Flour, Grain, & General lertaiise. TOANO (C.P.B.K.) NEVADA, WillBecatve snd Forward Freight to FIOCHE ...Ma... . All Paris oi Easkrn Ktvada ....Aim.... Idaho Territory, Vfi"' MBPATCH AKD AT tOWMT If Going Bates. Mark Goods Care V. F. Man. Teaao. Nevada. - l - PH. FELFENTFAl., i . , Aveut at 1'iocba. ' sorW-tf HEAT ItABXETB. LUBBOCK'S Cheap Cash Market, Vienerlr known as the Cltj Meal Miritt, MAIS STREET, .... PIOCHE, NSUD), Neit to Frank heeler k Co'a. IJ1HI8 kltllT Wilt BE OPESID On Wednesday Xf orningt ' THE B9d IKST., For the aeenmniodarloB of the pwMle.wltk s full aMonment of MmIs of the vett but 1""' ity, which will he sold At . Half thePresent Hates. Ths Patronage of Cash Customers ii np' . luiir puticiHa. , Meat Delivered at Any Part ef Tevra. leave Tour orders. WM. M. 1XBBOCK.. Prep''- July 1, 11. -.- , , - ll NEVADA MARKET, MAIN TWEET Opposite Laeour. THE UNDERSIGNED BEOS 1 TO WJgh, ths people of Pioche and vlctaltr has purcWd from Messrs. Abadt.ll J"; J, above Market, and will hereafter "d" same la nis own asms ana on r-- -and wham parties eaa rely oa purchasing The Bert and Cheapest Meat IN PIOCHE. , Beef, Wlutton.Veal, Porks SAUSAGES AND SAUSAGE THOMAS .prW snl-tf For SaleCheap. On. 64-inoh 8puW Patent CirottlEX Sw, Appeal the warskoase of nIKKtai-