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TBt'BSPAT. AVaVUT 18. IH1. NEVADA AND ITf NEEDS. In the Scrnm-nto Union ol the 8th init., n article appear on the subject of the approaching ejection in ttaie btate. Tbia effusion i one of the etrangeat mixture! of good sense, demagogaerv and charlatanism that we hare lately read. We regret this, as the Cnion hat fought a noble fight against monopoly and railroad rascalities. It, however, aim pi j injures the causa it has at heart, and drives away its co workers on that behalf, when it mixes so much absurdity with its good sense, ai to make the Utter valuleas aud unreliable. The Uuion says that Nevada has not been favored with legislatures that were worthy of Couflitenc or respect. There the Union it right, and the conaequenoe is that a large portion of the statutes of the Btate is a mats of unintelligible rubbish, that the trainers themselves coald not under stand, nor yet the people. That is all true; and it is time that the people, if ever they intend doing so, to elected legis lators who will do better. Not contented with this, the Union insists that the mine owners should be residents of Neva' da, and complains that all the money taken from the ground is sent out of the State. Doubtless it would be well, if the citizens of the State had in the first in stance meaus sufficient to prospect and work the mines, but they were few in number, and also poor. From the very first it has been necessary to attract out' side cspital to assist in the work of ei ploitating the mines. It frequently bap pens that those who discover veins have but little money, in fact, none in compsr ison with the amount it takes to open any silver or other mine. What are they to do? sit down and starve ou a moun tain side which may contain many mil' lions, but are totally inaccessible to them, or visit the great commercial cen ten and induce the co-oporation of the capital of which such places are the res ervoirs. It is scarcely necessary to say that the latter plan would be adopted. There would, however, be little use in doing so, if when tbey were trying to in terest the citizens of San Franoisco, New York, Chicago or St. Louis, etc., us such enterprises, they informed the citizens of these places, that if they subscribed they would have to reside in Nevada, or else lose their money. The sum procured under such conditions that we imagine would be but very trifling. The real facts of the case is. that it is the true policy of Nevada, by honesty and fair dealing, to invite the investment of capital from all parts, no matter where. There are scores and scores of mountain ranges that scattered over the vast area of this State are scarce ly known or their rocky sides examined. From the first step, mining operations in such a country as this, are matters of heavy cost. Fatting aside the outlay of prospecting, which those who know nothing about it think is but little, but is really large. Leaving, however, that out of consideration, from the commence ment of properly opening a metallic vein, the costs are very heavy and are as con stant in their demands as the sun ia in rising. Buoh being the case, it is moon struck folly to talk about anything that has a tundency to divert capital instead of drawing it bittiar. As to sending the precious metals from the State, that to a great extent must be done at any rate for the present. Nevada produces but little, and imports nearly all her supplies, and they have to be paid for. Oreat as are the amounts of the gold and silver sent away, much of those metals are retained. Thousands of miners are working and receiving the highest rate of wages for snch labor in the known world. Then there are the traders, also tbos engaged in transportation, and in the various trades and occupatipns, that are always to be found in the mining centers of this State. For these people to get their sup plies, either for sale or for use in their business or houses, bullion has to be sent awsy. If it were not, the supplies would toon eease coming. They can only be paid for in bullion, because at present the industry producing it is our principal one. Doubt- leas, after a time, as the State becomes better known, its resources mora accurately ascertained, is more thickly settled, its agricultural lands brought under cultivation, transportation it cheaper, then doubtless our citizens will produce at borne many things they now purchase abroad. Until this time comet, and we trust it may toon do to, it is the very height of absurdity to tay or do anything that may deter capital from finding invest ment kunong us, or to grudge paying for what we must have and oonsume. The , Union evidently it not acquainted with thit State, its resouroes or the true diffi eultiet against which itt citizens have to contend. New Gold Minis. At a matter of newt we republish from the Elko Inde pendent, of the 8th inst., a somewhat sensational description of the gold placers reoently discovered 75 miles north of Elko. The account it to highly colored that we think, for the present at any rate, it should be taken with a groat many grains of allowance. Adjcstio. The complaints made by Spain against Franoe, that the latter was assisting the Carlisle, it proved to be without foundation, and amicable rela tions between the two governments have been restored. Bx a collision near Halleok, on the Central Pacifio Railroad, between two freight trains, two cart and an engine were badly smashed. One person had a leg broken. T Olympio Oymnastio Clnb of San Francisco, baa been reconstructed, and lately gave a very fine exhibition of feats of strength and skill. The Ssn Franoisco Call tays that the trouble between the Trustees of the Ophir Company hat been adjusted, and a satisfactory com promise effected. , Was. baa beta declared between China tfca Kleaa ol Caabgar. That which a simpering idiot sayt usu ally fails to excite soy feeliog of anger in those more bitppily situated, but hen the witless one becomes mischievous and dangerous, then it is time it should be restrained. The babblings of the San Francifcfo A'.U have tun ally been so pointless and silly that tbey would cause no farther remark to be made than to wonder that a metropolitan - journal should publish such wretched inanities. In its issue of the 9th inst. it has as sumed a new phase, that of wicked mis chievousness. For instance, it reft-re to the deplorable condition of the South, and after pretending to shed a few croco dile tears over the misery of the people there, it tsya, with a demoniac com placency, at the aigbt of human Buffer ing, that is really fearful : It is to be regreted that this state of affairs exist; but the whites era 111 great measure responsible, because they could have retained the confidence of their former slaves had tbey accepted the situation and not tried to trample the blacks under their feet. That the question, as it now presents, will be set. tied withont bloodshed, we have grave doubts. Now, this of course refers to "post Ik Hum" times; to the era of reconstruc tion; to the invasion of the South by the army of the carpet-baggers; to the time of disfranchisement; to negro legislation and carpet-baggers control, yet this mis' ery was because "they (the whites) tried to trample the blacks unJer their feet," when excepting the renegade sooun drels and white carpet-baggers they hod no more power than a child waving a red rag before a herd of Spanish cattle. Tbey bad to stand and take it. First tbey were disfranchised, then the work of plunder commenoed, and "yet they tried to trample the blacks beneath their feet." All they tried to do was to re store their ruined homes, to recuperate their exhausted means, and let 'political matters take care of themselves. No, that would not do; they were doomed to be robbed, to destruction, and first they had to be gigged, that done, the work of plunder could safely go on. Now, look what followed putting ignorance and vice in high places, where those bad elements controlled everything, until rain was to imminent, that it could no longer be dis guised. Now affairs have taken an other turn, and not a telegram comes but tells that the negroes are practicing the doctrines their deceivers have taught them, and are asserting their rights as a man and a brother by armed insurrection and a contemptuous disregard for every thing, but their own sweet wills. These exceses are the natural fruits of the lea. sons taught them by the carpet-baggers, and for which all who supported and de fended the latter are equally responsible. Gl.-Il.TY OR NOT Cl'ILTT. We find by our telegrams that Moul- ton's statement is not likely to bo pub usned lor Borne little time yet, at any rate; not until Beecher hat made his re ply. By a paragraph that appeared in a New York paper a few days since, it would seem that an attempt will yet be made to patch up the affair. We regard tbia as unwise, and a proceeding calcu lated to do as much harm as the misdo' ing or the publicity of the misdoing it self. Preachers are but human beings, and not expected to be perfect; but that, at any rate, if charged with vices, that above all others they should show their entire innooence. The alleged crime at tributed to Beecher is disgnsting and seandalous, and his guilt or innocence should be determined, and not be al lowed to remain undecided. The scan dal has, we are sorry to say, injured greatly the cause of morality and re ligion;but now that it bat been made public, to prevent a full, complete and entirely satisfactory inquiry, would ag gravate the injury in a ten-fold degree. Then every minister or professor of re- ligion would be scoffed at by the vicious, and declared to be no better than others, only they had not been found out. Enough evil hat been done, and the com mittee ahould not connive at a greater, though it is likely the dunderheads will fall into that very mistake. Misa Catbebine E. Beeches, the eld est sister of Henry Ward Beecher, el presses ber belief that her brother is entirely innocent, and asks the public to suspend their opinion nntil all the evi dence it taken. While it it impoasible to share the good lady's incredulity, one cannot but feel sorrow that a man to fortunately placed at Beecher, thould bring grief and shame on so many loving Beans wno so implicitly trusted mm. It would seem from the telegrams that Marshal Bazaine owes hit escape to the devotedness of his wife, who spared no exertion to secure the liberation of her husband. Truly it a good wife a crown of glory to her husband. Pbxuidsnt Gbant it to officiate as ont of the arbitrators to settle a dispute be tween Chili and the Argentine Bepublic, BY TELEGRAPH ! ! araoiAi. to th fioobb dam noons. Eastern Dispatches. New York, August 11. An important rauroaa meeting was neia nere yesterday. Manager H. J. Swett, of the Erie; Thos. A. bcott, of the Pennsylvania Central; Wm. H. Vanderbilt, of the New York Central; Wm. Bliss, of the Boston and Albany; W. K. Mulr, or the Canada Great Western, and others were present. The meeting wat tecret, and the object was a discussion on the matter of a re vision of the freight tariffs. It it under stood that another meeting will be held toon for the regulation of all questions relating to ins passenger department. South American lettera say that Chili and the Argentine Bepublio have re solved to submit the question of their boundaries to arbitration. Probably the arbitrators will be President Grant for the Argentine Bepublio and the Emperor of Brazil for Chile, and the third will be the King of Belgium in case the others disagree. A correspondent writes that newt bat reached Berlin that China bat pressed forward 18 000 nicked troont to the Kas byar frontier, and in addition thereto Placed urge garrisons in Barkaret. Troop have moreover been concentrated in the north, in Tarbeketl Kclag tntt Olyosatia, which can readily be made available for war with Kasbyar. It ia proposed to attack the latter country simultaneously from two side. At St. Petersburg it is believed that in that event Bussie would at once come to the assistance of Kasbyar the more so since China ia known to be arming also for war with Bossia. Memphis, August 12. Parties who ar rived by the steamer Saint Francis this morning state that the negroes occupied Austin at 2 p. m. yesterday. Captain Lee says a story was circulated that after having received a repulse, the negroes began to murder children and women on the neighboring plantations. Troop have been sent out from this city to de fend these unprotected families. The negroes took that loan, and proceeded to break open the stores and eaioons aud to pillage the place. It was feared that they would bora the village, (bough they had commit I'd no ontrsgea against the white at lost acrouute, but bad made threata to kill a Urge number. It is proper to state that pol itics bad nothing to do with this trouble, aud that Mayor Woodson and others whom the negroes proscribed are B publicans. A Isnding bad been effected at Shoo Fly, this being contrary to the advice of Col. Morean. That officer resigned the com mand, and General Chalmers was elected to his place. The following has just been received from Helena, to Thomas H. Allen A Co.: Send ns reinforcements by the steamer Francis, bend gnus with fixed aniuni tioo, and if possible aend rations for ten days for 500 men. J. F. Cbalhkbs. From which it would teem that Oen. Chalmers had decided not to attack to day. Nxw York, August 12. Moulton said this morning that bis statement is not to be published to-day, but could not say when it would. General Tracy said be bad no idea when Monlton'a statement would be given to the press, but thought it would not be until Beecher bad testi fied, when both would be given. It is believed that Beecher will be before the Investigating Committee to-day, but on this matter, as now upon all others con nected with the great scandal, tne com mittee are silent. Paoiflo Coast. San Francisco, August 12. Last night a man named Raphael was going home from the theater, along Sixth street, accompanied by two ladies, when be was attacked by a man named tgan, who struck bim in the band withaknile. Baphael drew a pistol and fired at him without enect. Ine police arrested bom parties. xne stocK marxet to-ciay as renorteu is decidedly dull. A heavy mist, almost equivalent to a rain, prevailed here last night and this morning. Ashland, ur., August it. ii. is. nat- ton, who arrived to-day from Fort Klamath, brings news of the shooting and killing ol Uliver Hunt Dy vt Hliani Brown, on the night of the 8th inst., in Bogue Biver Valley. Oliver Hunt is the man who killed George Brown, a brother of Wm. Brown, last Spring, and was tried and acquitted on the ground that the killing was done in selt-detenBe. Austin, August it .An ludian ol me Piute persuasion attacked an employe ol tne Mannattan uompany named Mo UauD. at the Manhattan mill, with a re. volver, this afternoon. McCann wrested the weapon from the Indian, and, in the language ol a (Jornisn witness, put bloody ead on lm. Salem, Uin.. Aug. 11. a. t . lirown, arrested and tried for robbing the safe of Wells, Fargo At Co., of this city, was ac quitted to-day, the trial having lasted i portion of two days. Much interest has been manifested and the court-room was crowded during the entire trial. It is impossible to give a summary of the evi denoe, but there appears to have been little if any evidence on the port ot tne prosecution to substantiate the charge. BAN ECENA VENTURA, Cal Aug. 12. A local option election will take place on Friday, the 14th inst., including San Buenaventura and ventra townships. Both sides are working briskly. A lively time is anticipated. SALT Liaie, Aug. l'i. t'olice Judge Cliuton, Police Cpt. Burt and others, arreated for a violation of the United States election law August 3d, were on trial to day before Commissioner Tooly, but no decision was made. The Court adjourned until Sutnrilny morning. Burt and Sheriff Taylor were arrest lust night for allegtd beating with iron billies a man named Bilding, ou election day. B axersfield, Cttl., Aug. 12. Hon Wm. M. Stewart. T. W. Park. H. A Jones and other prominent capitalists. returned from Panamint to-day on their way to San FranciBco, They express themselves pleased with the indications ol tne mines. The Bakersfield Lone Pine stage upset on toe mountain between here and Uuv ilah yeBterday. No serious damage was done. Los Angeles, Aug. 12. Last night man named Edward Moore fired three shots at the Chinese servants of Judge O'MUveny. He was arrested and gave aa ma reason tor tne attempted murder, that the Chinese had injured him. He is probably crazy. San Fbancisco, Aug. 12. Hon. B. P Avery is much improved in health and will sail on bis mission to China to-mor row. The officers of the Pacific Mail SteamBhip Company have made every provision ior his comfort during tbe voyage. The MacGregor will not sail for Aua tralia till next Monday. Tbe Colorado, to-morrow, will take out 300 tons of wheat for tbe East Indies. Foreign News. Paris, August 12. tthas been ascer tained that the plan of Bazaine's escape from St. Marguerite was arranged six weekt ago. It was entirely tbe work of Madame Bazaine. The Marshal refused at first to fly, but finally, owing to his failure to obtain tome modification of tbe sentence, he yielded. He tailed in the steam yacht "Baron Bioasoli," be longing to the Italian Company. The prisoner refused to employ a French veS' sel. He was accompanied in bis flight by bit wife and brother. Hit place of refuge is not known. Some persons say be is in Spain. The domestics at tbe tort where tbe Marshal wat imprisoned have been arrested. We understand that Commissioner! have been appointed to inquire into the affairs of tbe United States Mint at Car son City. From present indications we incline to the opinion that tbe decapitat ing process win tnortiy oe inaugurated, or, in other words, there will be many changes made among heads ol depart ments, Carson Tribune, ad. At a meeting of the Town Trustee of Gold Hill, held evening before last. .sev eral citizens residing in Crown Point Ravine complained of tbe prevalence of small-pox in tbat locality, ana asaea mat the necessary steps be taken towards preventing the spread of the disease. ivirg. enterprise, otu. . The San Francisco Mint wat reopened for coinage on the 7th of July, and bat tinea been quite active. The result for the twentv-two working dayi of the month baa been aa follows: Gold, $2,145,000; trad dollars and half dollars, $164,000; total gold ana surer, 309,000. NEW COLD DlOCrXCH. From the Elko Independent. A party of our oitizens who left this city for the mines some two weeks sgo return ed on Wednesday last, accompanied by J. B. Norton, one of tbe pioneer of the new camp, and report tbe diggings equal to the beat that have been struck on the coast since California's palmy days. From Mr. Brown, who hat bad large ex perience in placer mining in California and elsewhere on this coast, and it more over a thoroughly reliable gentleman, we obtain the following ia relation to the mine and the route leading to them. The mine are situated 75 niilea north from thia place, in an immense basin in the mountain ner old Bruno mining camp, with a good wagon road the entire distance. The stage road to Cope is fol lowed to tbe crowing of the Owyhee, at which point tbe road diverga to the riubt. rescuing tbe aii-ies in ei.ht mile. Mr Brown iutorni n that te prospect ed down Hup Uairti abii b i thu tr be principal one Pen rod Creek and tbe Owyhee a distance of 10 mile, and lonnd gold in greater or less quantities at every point along tbe route. Subsequently be negotiated with Hazenian and bouthwto and succeeded in purchasing a half inter eat in their claim in Hope Gulch, from five pans of tbe esrtb of which he took 75 cents in dust. He also showed us some rich nuggets that he had panned out during hie atay. Prior to the pur chase by Brown, Hazeman and South- wio nad taken from an opening twenty feet square in their claim $127. Norton and Kidd took from tbeir claim in two days with their own hands V, ounces of dust. sir. Norton also states tbat there are in tbe gulch 10 claims that pay as high aa an ounce per day to the man by siuicmg, and that too witn a very limited supply of water. All tbe gold brought to tbis plane is very pare, running from $19 to $19 25 per ouuee. We learn that parties on tne otter side oi tne moan tain, immediately opposite Hope gulch, are also working ground successfully. Tbe Owyhee Company made a run of 10 days with two bands and cleaned up AKi, but owing to tbe scarcity of water, work on tbe gukh has been temporarily suspended, and the Minnesota Company to wboni tbe Uwyuee sold out is now surveying for a ditch to bring from a distance of ten miles the waters of a stream tbat will afford an abundance to work the whole gulch. Just below Nor ton's claim John French has run a tun nel into the hill about 40 feet and found good prospects all tbe way from the sur lace, tne dirt yielding all tne way Irom one cent to a dollar to the pan. The general impression seems to be that tbe diggings are extensive and tbat diligent prospecting will make still more wonder ful discoveries in that section. The opinion has been expressed by several experienced placer miners, wbo have visited the new strike.tbat with plenty of water an average of an ounce per day to tne man can be realized, as prospects through Hope gulch run from 15 to 75 .. . - cents to the pan. The distance is so trifling and the startling reports come so well authenticated tbat an intense excite ment has been produced here, and par ties are outfitting and striking ont for the new El Dorado in hast. We have every reason to believe the diggings fully as rich at reported, and Bhould tbey prove as extensive as tbey are ricb, "tbe days of old, the days of gold, tbe days of 4, will be revived in Nevada. From Tybo we learn tbat the prospects of tbe district are verv encouraging, not only for tbe present, bit the future pros perity of the mines ol tbat locality. The Tybo Mining Company have a large force of men at work on their different loca tions, which are showing good results The new furnace will be in working order by tbe 2otn inst., when operations will be commenced in earnest. Tbe track to the furnace from the mine is about com' pleted, as is the one leading from the ore house to the furnace. The 2 G mine is tbe most promising in the district, th grade of ore now extracted being of supe. rior quality, and the ledge is inoreaaing in Bize as work on tbe breasts progresses Buildings are being erected at a lively rate, and many others would be con structed were it not for the scarcity of lumber. By next season Tybo will be one of the important districts of Eastern Nevada. (.fcureka Sentinel, lltti. Georoe Thatch kb ia back from Cherry Creek. He says tbe prospects over that way are brighteniDg up very perceptibly. Several important develop ments have lately been made In the mines, and a large amount of fine ore is being brnnubt to the surface. There are bat 300 men in the disiriot, and all are sanguine tbat the mines possess grtat wealth. Eureka Sentinel, 11th. LIST OP LETTERS REMAINING IN THE POBTOFFICE AT Piuche, Nev., August t. 187t. Peraona calling for th following letter will plenae aay "Advertised." - Alexander I T Alcutn-on L E Ayrea Willie Bacon Eugene M Bagley Julin barnea Mr Anna Battrom A Btala George I 2 Bcli Erastua Benaim Wm Bmnetta R W lii-liolt G Bnnnuy J N Brntinrut Mr M Black Frank Bloom Prosper Billa O T Bopery Edmond Borgun Dolores Brown James T Brown Thoa J Bull Leon A Butler Mra Donna Butler 1 H Caldwell Mr M A Campbell John Cbandler H H Cleveland A rattle Conger Pet'T Conlnn Hugh Conmerith John Oook Joaeph Craw Hiraru Dahl John Dsney M ehaal Davla Jorn Pettier Mrs 8 T Denton Wm Dibble Andrew C Dwight J M Em.ry Joahu Emna John Fan Martin FlaggTE Francia Root Fryar Ella N Garcia Mauuel a GibbonaJohn a Gonsalla Carmen Gregor Frank Guerin John Giwroan H&otoa Hardy Wm J Harria Johnny Hanaon Charle Hartnett Dcnut 2 Hagarty lie 3 Herbert John Hhonts WaUon Hogan Patrick Hollar Noble S Hunt Wm Hyhte Mrs Kate Jones Isaao 3 Johnson Mr MAS Johnson Ira 3 Kan Patrick Keon Jam Kersey John A Kraae Alphon Lampahlra S Leavitt L Leff Wm McCarthy John MrClano B 0 McGonigan M McGregor James MoOlnnuia C MeOlnnia PHI McKeag Thorns 3 Mi'Math Alex McMlllard V Mi'Fhee Ronald 3 Mfttloun Alex Valloy Phillip Memowu Alic Merriat Thomas Miller Mr Mary L MUllktn Wm Mitch. U Mat Monhan Mt Mullin MlaaJnll8 Nagle Richard Nagle Paul Nlelaon 8 NiabtRobtS3 O'Oonnera Daniel O'Neal Chart O'Neftl Johnny O'Neal Philip G 3 Paacoe Miaa Kati Pc ft Co Podroncine G: peter Hdwsrd Pstenon Charle Primean Narrlsae Richard Mr Evalln Richarda James Bhangly Wm Smith Edward Stevens Mrs Ellen ' Sullivan Florence 3 Thomas 8 A Walla Joah Welch Wm 3 Whitfield John B William Charley William Mr Lavenl William Elijah Williams J N ' Williams J J 9 Wilaon Alfred Wilson Geo O WliardDP Worth Mist Suaan WoliI Nicholas nEOZaTSBSD LETTS a. BeckErastun Xavenattgh Wrs UEU FOB rOBTAdl. , Mr. Bamh Lilly, Salt Lake City, Utah; D. P. Walter, Belmont, Nv.; J. Levin, Ploche, Viv.i t Kobt. M D Witt, New fork; Thomaa La wry. Pairvl.w, Idaho; Mr Loniaa Orrolt, New York City; A. W. Clark, Funk. Nev.i J. W. Wright, Ptoch. Nv.i Dewey ft Co.. San Franciico, Cl. Sam Sing, Ptoch, Nav. T. W. ABRAHAM, Postmaatar. gird. In Piortaa, August 11, 1ST. B. L. Mason. native of Virginia, lata Surveyor of Lincoln county, aged u years. Th funeral will take place thia afternoon at 4 o'clock, from hi lat reaidene on Main atreet. The friend and acquaintancca of th deceased r Invited to ttnd. , BAirmo HOUSES. WELLS, FARGO & C0.'S PIOCBB . . KEY ADA. Depotiitti Received Ob On AceouL of Certificate at tVnraH lasued. Payable en Demand. Bills of Exchange ....Aim.... Telegraphic -Transfers .. o.. NEW TORK, ssn tFnnnsco, BOnl ON, iniraeo, avr. Lfirif, tad all tbe Prlnrtml lutwa ClUea. and oa any point la CaaoSo, Excuse Prawn on London, Dublin, Pari, Berlin. nd all tbe Principal title of Borop. CURRENCY 33 oucht nzxel Sold. Bullion SoutTtl&t And Advance Mad Thereon. Collections and Commissions Of all kinds executed promptlv in !! part of the t'oited Bute, urope nd the Canouu. In connection with the above, we re now pre. jwred to do a regular Stock Broker- Bullae, and will BUY -A.3NT3D fSXTrX STOO 33L 8 Strictly on Commission. A essmeiita Paid and Dividend Collected. Advance Hade on Stocks, J. M. SE1BERT, my2C-tf Ag9U THE STATE BANK OF NEVADA, Board off Directors l JOHN P. KELLET President CHA8. A. VtlEDEBHOLD Tic Proudest CHA8. A. WIEDERHOLD Becretwr JOHN OAfiBKR J. W. WRIGHT, H. 8. LUBBOCK A. BROWN, HARRY I. THORNTON. A Morn) i THORNTON, KELLET a GABBER TVEP08IT8 RECEIVED. EITHER ON OPEN 1 " account or to Issue certificate therefor py. aoi on aemua, EXCHANGE DRAWN t'PUN NEW YORK and BAN FBANCISCO, And other principal eltle of th U, 8. Alio upon LONDON, DUBLIN, PABIS, BERLIN; And ill of th prlBvlp! dtlea of Europe, Currency Bought and Sold. Collections Promptly Mad. Railroad and Milling Stocks Bought and Sold on Commission, ?" Money Loaned on Stocks. Correspondents I LA ID LAW k CO., Agents of the Bus I ot California ) Iotl BANK OF CALIFORNIA, and J H. LATHAM CO., Mock I Ban Prsncisce jsl-tf. J. W. WRIGHT, Bnk ilanogw. BOOTS & SHOES. & r. MOETOK, Boots, Boots. Boots. mm & Uudow Valley tittooi. Opposite Dexter Stable, A BE PREPARED TO MANVFACTfBK ALL Xm. kinds or superior Custom-mad Boot. bailed. Pegged, Screwed or Sewed, from the neat bran as of trench Btock. MINING BOOTS their Specially. W will guarantee our Sewed French Cslf oooia ana uaiter to be qni to any ever mode iu bun Bull. A GOOD FIT WARRANTED, OB NO BALI PAKTICILAR ATTENTION paid I KEPAlRlNU. afOur Price will conform to the Tunes. MORTON V BXBWEIGBR. my!3-tf SUCCESSORS TO A. C CORDON, IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DIALERS III Wines Liquor & Cigars Fire-Proof Holding;. La cour street, Next Door north of th PostofBos, PIOCHE . . . - . NatVADA." Goods Takenon Storage. fN CONNECTION WITH TBI ABOVE A nest Sample Room I attached, where nothing but Una Liqner selected from th above Btock will be dispensed, which will be presided over by Mr. V MoAL- wno wiu De giau vo hi old friend. my io.ii JAMES NESBITT, COMMISSION MERCHANT. Dealer In Produce, Groceries and Provision!. Lower Main street. Flock, jsl-tf PHILADELPHIA BREWERY, Main Street, Plocn, Sobustrioh ft Kleine, Prop'rs, rrURWTRHINO A etrprnio ARTICLE of LtOER BEER, In quantities to rait. t th lowest rat. Adjoining camps supplied on anon notice. JUU-II Eugene S choppmjuin OPENS HIS PRIVATE SCHOOL AT THE old Record office, on Main strett. Ptoch. on MONDAY NEXT, July 6, at 10 a.m. Terms, Five Dollar Per Month. Hours from 10s.m.to3p.m. Advanced pnptls will receive instruction from 3 p.m. to 6 p. m. Book-keeping and German, French and Span- JM-tf l.SCHOPPMANN. HOTEL AID SAM JOSE HOTEL. J HAYB LEASED TBIS PO PILAR A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL. THE KITCHEN AND DlNJNG-BOOM thth hestaxjuant Will be totclaa with b best la the taarket. The Bed Rooms Lars;e. Well Fnroifihed and Airy. Attached to the Hot! llBthBO OlUt), well nrppned with Hot u Cold tie, Ever; convenience for the No Expense will be spared to AND AT TBRUS AS Board, Board and Lodging and Per Week Single Baths, 15 Cents jyl2U CLOTHING, GE00EEHS, ETC. Eureka, Pioche, Cherry Creek. 'BO "74. Wholesale and Retail C L OTP KING, GROCERIES, AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE, xcwxxa- I T St. 23 S3 T, IoIowmt' XiMour. Eureka House. MAIN STREET, Opposite Wells, Fargo Co s. The Floral Hill, PIOCHE, - - NEVADA, I Now Prepared te Redae Ore, CARAHTT.EIHO AS LARGS A FEBCXNT- VJI g a any mill In th eonntj . ADVANCE MADE ON Oils. T. UeXI ASTERS, . JjH.tf 8np.rlnUnd.at. NOTICE. TBI COPARTNERSHIP BERETOTOftl eslstlnt brtwen th understrncd. undtr th Una, bub and tyi of Blahop A Le, aa thia day baen dissolved br mntnl eonent A. u. MBnop wiinarawin irom in rmnneo. an th lnbtllMoxif taw tat arm an awwM bv I. L. Lm, wbo will meet and neelpt for all debt du th lat arm, at tb ama butaas boa,. A. 0. BISHOP, S.L.LE. Piosb., Jobs U, int. Jalt-lsa NOTICE. TAMES PTMLATSOM IS ATJTHORIf-ED TO O act aa mj ataat, with povsr to eollsot sad seenpt ior account on m. JarT-ls JAMM OSOXAX, BESTATJBAST. HOt EK, AND FITTED IT I p Ah TJNDFB THE TEIlcONAL SFptm od will te second te do other j1m or u. e benefit of Traveling Guests. make Guests comfortable HOUE. FOLLOWS : 810 Per - two Baths $1B Per Week I Meals, -76 Centa FSIIGHTES8. PRXTCHARS'S REGULAR FREICHT LINE -IROM- PALISADE, Tia EUMKA to PIOCHE. W. U PR1TCHARD, Prap'r. Time from 10 to 14 lays. Mark good car of Pritchard. PaUnd . Diamond' Mow no Forwarding Charge by Ihu Lin ! OS, Corner oa fleck and tie saa-tf PRANK C. MINBHCIX, Ait. IT. ZT1. FORWARDINC ....AMD.... lOMMSlOiUlERtHMI WHOLESALE DEALER nr.... ' Flour, Grain, & General lercUe. TOANO (C.F.B.B.) NEVADA, Will Bclv and Forward Freight ta PIOCHE All Farts of Easltrn Kcvcda 1 ....an.,.. Ideho Territory, TH PWPATCH AMI AT lOvVEsT Going ft to. Mark Goods w Car P. P. Hon, Tonne, Nevada. TH. FELSEKTBAL, Attest at Fiocbe. MEAT MAEIETB. LUBBOCK'S Cheap Cash Market, Former ll known aa th CUT Meat Market, MAIS STREET, PIOCHE, REYADi, Heit to Frank heeler k Oo"s. rpHIS MARKET WILL BE OPENED On Wednesday If orning. THE EM IKET., For th accommodation of th rrat lie, with full uaortment of UuU of th vsrr best qual ity, which will be told . . At Half the JPresent Rates. Th Patron sab of Cash Cuatomera 1 reaped fully oltclted. Meat Delivered nt Amy Pnrt of Town. Leave your order. WM. N. LUBBOCK. Prop'r. July 1, 174. , . JJ1-" NEVADA MARKET, MAIN STREET W li Oppnlt Lacotir. . THE ITKDKR8IG1IF.D BEOn TO 1W0WJ th ople of Ploch sod 't'!,,J? ,Eb has rwcWd from Mnsra. Abo JWj JJ, .bov. Market, aod wlU heroa'ter co" tame In bis own nam nd on hi fwa couu" and where parties can rely oapaKbsaug The Bert and Cheapest Meat IN PIOCHE. Beef, Mutton, Veel, Por. SAUSAGES ANO SAUSAGE MAT MOMAEEEOOf,. aul-tf ' Ppr- For Sa Cheap. One 54-incn Spe! Patent Ctamtor Sw, Applgat the waiehoass of tmoBtMo. 4