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THE P10CHE PHUT RECORD.
i id '71 m 4 m .7. eM vNv 1 r i .1 1 ''fa 61 l'..'fMJ I'd'4, i mi -If 'III '.?rri MA 'Hi aw.? I I ,1.4" JJ ;tp.p Mil MM' m 1 1 mi- I- f ! 'V rnnT.. I. F. O'BAIXOBAW ..JULY , 11. EDITOR. Tk. Baalaesa Omr.cf Jh,"-; ":; Iim H ".B reawved ;JDcJ'rt'" Buildln. Leeoor tin. ' "f0;, order lor wort will l attended 7 T. OOBMAK. THE RIFLK. .. Tli recent series of Bcbievunerjts in ths matter of rifle-shooting, and the ex traordinary publicity given to the result by lbs pnw and telegraph, ia deserving of mora than a pawing nolice. Our American team bare made a gallant show and asserted tba superiority of American skill and talent in inch bappy manner that tba ronnda of applanae called from foreign aonreea bave been equally divided between tbeir aXilt aa waiksmon and tbeir easy grace as gentlemen and repre . sentativa Amerioans. It is more of the probable and moat commendable rosalt that we bare to speak. All manly sports are worthy of praise, tba brawny arm that drives the light shell over the course, the active agility that reachea . the goal ere the ball ia stopped, the clear raae and steadiness of nerve that sends the ballet to the center of the ballseye, are. all worthy of high praise and hearty support. Ae a nation we are too spin- dls-ehaiiked. The English and Germans arw ahead of as in those mature and . show a far bettor physique than we can H A soaml mind It a sound body " is an old maxim, and U as kmc a triU. The is abundance of raw material, buwerer, and all ia necessary U crgnniMtiou and ' predion. The reoenl rifle contest will ' have the good effect ef railing attention to thai Bioet flScint bat hitherto ng leated arm. Time was when it wns an Ameriosa's proodeet bosst to oenter the ' bullsvye st six handred ysrds. Now oun in a haodred eon hardly bold a rifle straight. It rifle clubs wore organized throughout tbe country, and a spirit of friendly rivalry fostered, prizes offered for competition, etc, the result would be most beneficial. This is a form of exrr cUe and a means of emulation that leavra no room for trickery. No man can become a good shot without practice snd no other way bns ever been invented of bitting ' the target than firing tbo bullet from the rifle. It all able-bodied men were able to handle a rifle with effoot and precis ion our reputation as a peace-loving na tion would not bo lowered, and our normal standing as a defensive and, if need be, aggreiwlvo people, would be , strengthened and increased. One thou sand men, armed with good reliable rifles and able to use them effectually, are of more use than ten thouHand armed with muskets, and some of them hardly knovtiuo which end to put to tbeir shoulders. Prowess at home is re ' apeoted abroad, and for every reason tbe praotioe of rifle shooting should be fostered and encouraged by publio and private emulation and support. The rifle is a nobis weapon, and in the hands of a skilled marksman, one of the most efteollve means of defense aud offense known In the art of war. Cavalry aud in tantry have their legitimate and judicious places in tbe dread roar of battle, but - the unerring precision that pierces an objeot at a distance of half a mile, is a dread to the enemy and a powerful sup port to tbe possessors. 1'rofloienoy in the use of the rifle would make us an in vincible nation, and it would be well to make the high degree of akill lately shown by tbe American team on a foreign ahore, the common' index and exponent of the general degree of excellence iu this Important respect. Thx Qbaf's Littlk Oams. Ilisuarck's late suooessos in centralizing aud putting into exeoutiou what is known rs "the one-niau power," has very naturally mads him extremely arrogant, aud his Influence over Kaiser Wilhelm, strength ened in 18GC, was cemsuted firmly in 1870, and since then be has been tbe : power behind the throne and the real " ruler of the Uerman Empire. lie has lately received a set-baok, aud bou made feel tbe force of foreign opinion on bis despotic decrees. Botne time ago several Belgian bishops issued a pantoral de nouncing tbe persecution of their Catbo lie brethren in Prussia. Bismarok inti mated at once that he would hold the - Government of Belgium responsible for . tbe action of the eoolesiastios, aud, being - a stronger power, probably would bave done so, but Johnny Boll's natural love of fslr plsy interfered, and in a hypothet ical dissuasion in the British House of Lords, Ert Derby Intimated that such , action on the part of Prussia toward Bel gium should not bs tolerated. The thanks of tbe oivillzed world are due to England for that manly assertion. The old statement that "mixht makes right" had iU day, but Justice and reason are given more place in the council of the XIX century. Bismarck may bully Bel gium and meuaoe France, but he knows better than to provoke a quarrel with England, and accordingly has dropped the matter. HAH FOR OORHAM. Tba editor of the Eureka Sentinel baa been reading Oorham'a late attack on Newton Booth, and in an editorial on the subject, he rubs his hands and smilos, and says: "Qorhara simply tore him limb from limb, and left hlin dan gling an nnsightly thing to tba publio view." Further down he eols little andaays: "We don't know bow much truth is oontained in that speech, but we do know that its author has displayed morn pluck and ability than any man who baa appeared for years on the stump in California." The question naturally arises that if tbe writer didn't know how much truth was in tbe speech, where he could get bis beautiful metaphor of Sen ator Booth in the unfortunate and some bat inconvenient predicament beplacea him. But, passing that, he declares that Gotham has displayed a great amouot of pluck and ability in attacking Booth's private character. Pluck and ability are two very commendable qualities, espe cially in a politician, but we are inclined to think that it was tbe counterpart of those virtues that actuated the vile attack on a llnical opponent. "Tbe citizen and the editor of tbe Seu'inel seem mutually la forget tbut personality is Dot argument, and foul abuse and prying into personal character doesn t tend to con viuce any one of the unfitness of tbe party nuder discussion. Booth is not lookiug for any qffloe, bs is simply do iog bis best to help the independent can didate to the Gubernatorial seat, and it's bad enough for Oorhntn ft Co. to pour out the contents of filthy vosaels on the besds of political opponents, without outside editors undertaking to endorse tbeir low doings, Gorbam may see fit to retaliate by using tbe language of the brothel, thereby illustrating tbe purity of bis own mind, but for sn ontside party to endorso and partially commend snob mean practice in the columns of his jour nal is simply to invito rebuke. Tbe special from Beavrr, which will le fonnd ia another column, ia cf the deepeat interest and gives tbe falleet de tails procurable. Wa defer comment for the present. U. 8. Marshal Maxwell has or J. red that Lea stall be put in double-iron, and no one admitted but bi altorney to his cell. Juat as we expected. Tbe Declaration of Independence was flrBt proclaimed by a woman. Mrs. John Adams, in writing to her huaband in April, '75, said: could uot join to-day in the petitions of our worthy pastor for a reconciliation be- t wceu our no begrr parent Btate (bnt tyrant State) and these Colonies. Let us separate; they are unworthy to be our brethren. Lot us renonnoe them; and ustead of supplications, as formerly for their prosperity and happiness, let us be seech tbe Almighty to blast their ooun oils and to bring to naught all their devloes." Subscriptions ' for a luonu ment are now in order. at vain endeavor to overcome tbe rebellion. In other words, free Americans have been compelled to pay tribute for tbe perpetuation of alavery in foreign terri tory. Meanwhile tbe exemption from adequate punishment for nnmberlesa in fringements of international law ana vio lations of the laws of civilized warfare ha emboldened tbe Spaniard to arsume an impudent disregard of tbe plainest demands of diplomatic intercourse. PH. FELSENTHAL The Beaver Enterprise of tbe 2 Kb in Btantssys: A few evenings since a gentleman who chanoed to be up at a late hour, observed that tbe action of tbe full moon upon to miaty atmospuere bad formed a magnin- oent rainbow. We submit tbis matter to tbe "oldest inhabitant," and ask if such a thing has been seen or even beard of before, as a full-blown rainbow at mid night. A lunar rainbow is an uncommon oc currence, but is a meteorological fact. Under certain peculiar and favorable oonditions of tbe atmosphere, tbe rays of tbe moon form a beautiful refraction known as the "lunar rainbow." Tho editor of tho Ukiah (Cal.) Demo crat won't be so quick to make fun of bis female contemporary any more. He reoently auggested that a woman editing a newspaper iu a political campaign was out of place. Mrs. Belle Lynch, of the Vkiuli Dinpatcb, iu answer, sug gested: "If only men are to fight the battles of this campaign, the editor of tbe Democrat had better put on a checked apron, get him a hank of yarn and some kuitting needles, and a pair of brass-mounted spectacles,and retire from theKtorniy conflict." Aye, tear that tattered ensign down; lung haa it wavml on IiIkU, Ami many an eyn haa danced to see that banner iu the Mly. The frigate Constitution, better known as "Old Ironxides," is to be reconstructed for exhibition at the Centeunial. She has been lying in the Philadelphia Navy Yard for the last fifteen months, and will be au object of interest to thousands of visitors iu 70. She was built iu 1797, aud has a glorious reoord. John C. New. new United States Treasurer, says be will run bis c files as ha sees fit, or resign, and Bristow has consequently stepped down off his high horse and yislded the point. The tone of thsdispatoh would seem to indicate tbat New'a patriotio impulses are out weighed by considerations of private ease, and be will probably soon resign. Isaac M. Binger, Inventor of tbe Sing er sewing machine, died in Portland, Maine, on tho evening of the 2ith, aged 64 years. - The steamer Eaatport, bound from Coos Bay to San Prancisoo, was wrecked off Point Arena on tbe 23d iust. And now General Hood ia sharpening bis pencil and bis wits, and is going to "ie mm a book too. "tba Virginia Enterprise rery properly , 4rtlg fountain, in tn,t ol,y( A world's toUistaST in Bsrlin. Pity the sorrows of the Carson Appeal man. Ho plaintively states: Wo are distracted by the urgency of two opposing inclinations. One of these is to ocoupy our small space witb so much of a synopsis of tbe dreadful Mountaiu Meadows massacre as it is de veloping in a Federal court in Utah, and the other is to plaoe before our readers a resume of Senator Sargent's tenacious proviDgs of bis points against John llid well'a Chico farm. The appalling intelligence comes to us from England that His Boyal Highness, the Duke of Cambridge, commander of tbe army, threatens to resign. Our usual London Standard has failed to come to band, and we are entirely at sea. "We trnat, however, that tbe dread rumor is false. Tbe Republicans aud Democrats of California are making common cause against tbe Independents. The frantio and vimleut address Issued last Spring by the Republican Committee is for gotten or ignored, and the ery now is "anything to beat Bidwell." Wales intends to have a grand ele phant bunt in tbe Island of Ceylon when he goes to India. Several English sports will accompany him and they propose to have jolly old time when they 'uot the blawsted helephant, you know. a Wbitelaw Re id gets $12,500 a year for running the New York Tribune aud can afford to laugh at Dana of the Sun, whose "young editor" platitudes are becoming like Mark Twain's cow, "a little monotonous." XIPPFD AND COKDEXfcKD. Tbe Virginia Enterprise baa been ahown some very promising rock wbicb wss taken from tbe South Star claim, formerly known aa tbe Colombia ground and situated on tbe Southern extension of tbe Comatock. Tbe led:e from wbicb it came ia in tbe range snd vicinity of tbe recent strike tn the Amizon. Its neighbors aro the Dayton, Daney, Kos suth and others in tbat section. The rock shown was from a depth of thirty five feet, and ha all tbe appearance of Comatock ore. It is tbe iotention of tbe company to put a gang of men at ork there Ibis week. Tbe location is sn urn one, and eontaioa twelve nunnroa ie north and south by aix bnndrea leei easi and west. Soma f 50.000 were expended in former years in prorpecting tbe oiaim snd considerable ore wss lasen iuw from. It wss heretofore bonded to an Enoliah eomnui for t450.O00.ond would bave passed into tbeir possession only for a delay in Issuing ths pstent. wbioh was anbsennentlv obtained, n ! me in tention of tbe company now to develop tbe claim, and work win u ueguu once and carried on systematically. On the 2d inst. Hirnin J. Rollins, a young man 18 years of sge, son of Mis, S. F. Rollins, wbo keeps tbe stage sta tion on the Hamilton road, ten miles south of Cherry Creek, was out bunting witb bis little brother and another boy. When about two miles from tbe house, from some cause one of tbe barrels of his gun wss accidentally discharged, lodging the entire contents in ine leit oreast oi vonns Rollins, wbo exclaimed, " I have killed myself ! " staggered a few rods and fell dead. O n tbe 21th instant Jim Kean and oth ers visited tbe Consolidated Virginia and California mines. On arriving at tbe surface, snd after the "prospect" had been duly digested by tbe President of the San Francisco Stock Board, be turned to Msckey and offered (60 s share for ten thousand shares of California. It is needless to say the offer was refused, but tbe manner in wbicb it was made, and tbe offer itself, were very characteristic of tbe man. Tbe Eureka Sentinel of the 27th saya tbe Grand Jury came into court yester day and presented sn indictment against John Nixon for assault with intent to kill. Nixon is the person wbo shot Po lice Officer Trav. Johnson on tbe morn ing of tbe 19th instant. Mr. Johnson is now considered by bis physician to be out of danger. Judge (Jole nxed tbe le tendsnt's bail at $3,000. The existence of a large vein of anti mony in the San Emidio mountains, Kern county, bes long been known, but owing to tbe lack of facilities for trans portation nothing has been done to de velop it. The near approach of tbe railroad has now induoed tbe owners to make preparations for opening tbe mine ana erecting turnaoes. The Inyo Independent says: A curl oua as well as a very valuable strike was recently made in the old Jefferson mine at Cerro Gordo. Coming in among the galena ores is a streak of quartz literally orignt wiin gold one piece of wbicb, less in size than a man's fist, oarried more than f 20 of the precious metal. Centennial Commissioner Donaldson, of Idaho, is in Eureks. His mission is to gather specimens for a United States cabinet at Philadelphia, while Messrs. Stewart and Wbitehill are engaged to ex hibit tbe wealth aud reaouroes of Nevada in tbe most attractive shape. Eastern newspapers are publishing portraits of tbe potato bug, and the horny-handed aubsariber to weekly edi tions feels himself, for once, on firm ground as an art critic. Ex-Governor Vaughn, of Utah, who was recently arrested in San Francisco on a charge of insanity, Intends to insti tute suit sngainst his captors for dam ages, alleging that the arrest was lua lioious. The Austinites have oollected and for warded to the French Consul at San Francisco, the sum of $320, for the relief of the sufferers by the recent inundation in France, The Geddes and Bertrand furnace at Secret Canyon will stort up on the 15th prox. The oapaoity is 30 tons daily. That Company now employs 42 men. The Austin Reveille ' discourages ouarivaris, aou says ii loots Dad to Bee grown men engaging in such pastime. Tbe local of the Carson Appeal has got so full of soda tbat the effervescent fumes have mounted to bis head. On the 2Gth inst. Stewart and Wbito mil snipped over a ton of specimens irom Etureaa. A Winnemucca barber has the dis ordered name of Pustules. Carson obronioles an inoipient com meroial college in Corbett Hall. Jessie Pomeroy will be hanged on Oo- tooer otn. NOTICE. AIX PABTIEH IHTEBEBTF.D IS THE I'OH. eaalon of tbe SPITING. OS McCAXNON STREET, Ara reqneatM to meet at tbe Pprtne on Friday Kvvnlnar. JBlr HOth. at 1 s'rlork. Biinint. of Imixirtaoce will be trauwted. jyW-td II MoCOKKlSEAI.E. HIGH WHITE. HUGH WHITE JcCO. Oft U K Over Wrlla, Kargo 4c Co., Halt lake City. BIIANt'M aad Warrhanw Ternainna of I'. N. lc. K. FORWARDING ....AND... COMMISSION MERCHANTS. CERC1IAJIUIHH. MACHINERY. ETC. , FOR- 11 warded to all polnta in Tlntlc and South, ern t'tah. Mho to Ploche and other Polnta in Southeast era Nevada. PIOCHE FREIGHTS A SPECIALTY. Ill'VERS, SAMPLERS AND SHIP. PKRB OP ORG AND BI LLION. I Lock Boi BM, I salt lakecitt. Hole Amnta in Utah forKanaaaMamifactarlns Co a Celibratcfl agona, xayKca, varnag, sc. warranted. w. K UHitri.i, Agrm airl7-lyr At Welle, Fargo k Co's, 'Tis probable tbat Ex-Governor Bigler will run in opposition lo llartranft in the ensuing Gubernatorial campaign in Pennsylvania. Celsus Price, son of General Sterling Price, has been appointed to the vacancy oauaed by the death of Frank Blair. The Frenoh Assembly will adjourn on tba 4th of August. Nye county jail is empty. The Kansas City Times of the 18th in stant haa an editorial relating to alleged recent developments in the Dives and Pelioan mines, of Colorado, which reflect rather severely on the administration It soems that after the deoision of Judge Belford, enjoining Dives mine, MoMur dy, s leading spirit in the mine, boasted tbat be had determined tbat Belford should be compelled to vacate At onoe, MoMurdy, it is said, then introduced the Hon. John A. Logan, wbo purchased the interest of the mine, and induced Mr. Honore, of Chicago, the father-in-law of Mr. Fred, Grant, to trade some of the real estate for stock. No sooner was this effected than Jndge Belford, who was believed to be in the interest of the Pelican mine, was removed by the Preai dent, and Judge Stone appointed. Tbe owners of the Pelican mine deolare that the case shall never be tried by Jndge of one. A Washington Aianntch of tha 23d savs Tbe foot that there were soma important conversations at tha Cabinet session on w ednesdsj relative to tha condition of affairs in Cuba aad tha duty of tha United States in ths premises, about which the President snd tha members of Cabinet refuse to say much, gives great significance to a double-leaded editorial in tha National Bepnblioan this morn ing, headed "Shall Cube be Free?" Re ferring to toe generous policy with which this Government has treated the efforts of Spain to put down the rebellion, it aaya tha coat of guarding onr porta from aooeaa by tba Cubans, snd that attend ing tha Virgioius affair were mora than we reeeived from Spain. Ws have virtu ally foroed tha freedom loving people of this ' oountry to maintain ths armies which bava bean seat into tha field in tha GEOCEBHS. PB0TISI053. MAIN STREET LARGE STOCK Sheriff's Sale. DY virti:e of an execution issued J out of the District Court tn and for the County of Lincoln, Btate of Nevada, and to ma directed and delivered, for a Judgment rendered In aald Oonrt, on the 90th day of July, A. D. 1S7S, lu favor of Frank Wheeler, Geo. Arnold, J.J.Halpin, Andrew Snodgraaa, Joseph Blue, man and Frank OlendorlT and against above named defendant, O. H. Light, for the sum of tl.u'M 3T-IWI, sold coin, with Internet on the aum of M,ul SJ-KO at the rate of IB per cent, per annum from April 8th, 18TS, to July 30th, 1H7S, tn K Id coin, said interest now anioiintinic to flHl ao-100, together with (liU) 75-100 costs and diaburarments at the date of said Judgment, and accruing coats, all in gold coin, I have lev ied upon the following personal property, to wit: Two hundred head of cattle. Notice ia hereby given that on Thursday, July SUIh, lh75. At 1J o'clock (m.) I will sell all the right, title and intercut of defendant, C. H. Light, in and to tha above described property, sale to take place at Buck 'a Ranch, in Lincoln county, Nevada, at publio auction, to the highest and beat bidder, for oash in hand, to satisfy said Judgment and all coata and tntereat.ln gold coin. Dated Plocho, July 13d. 1H7S. A. FIFE. Sheriff, By O. BiRDnilA, Deputy Sheriff. lyM-td Postponement. The above nale ia hereby postponed until Thuraday, Auguat 5th, lHiS, at the same hour and place. Dated Ploche, July ran, into. A. FIFE. Bheiiff, jy29-td Dy O. Bianaaix, Deputy. FEEIGHTEBS. EUREKA AND PALISADE RAIL ROAD. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. GREAT REDUCTION -IX- R ATES OF FREIGHT ! NHORTKRT AND Ql'ICKKST HOl'TE TO PIOrOE, VIA EVBKKA AND PALISADK R. R. AND FAST FREIGHT TEAMS. SAS VUKCIaCO Ann UCKAXKNTO TO PIOCUK, uncHANmsE, eta UK) povnd.: 1st clam. IS. 10 2 CLASS. S3.P0 9n CLisa. ti.tO 4th cuss. fits sfscial BAna on cab-loads or 10 Tosa oa leu (Subject to the Rules of Local Freight Tariff Governing same) : Agricultural Implements Per Ton, tSH.60 Aaphaltum, Cement and Hneet Iron Pipe 80.00 Cement and Plaster " " 74.00 Coal Oil " 8S.0U Doora, Bash and Blinde. atralaht or mixed lota " W.50 Earthen or Ru.ne Ware " 77 ,W Grain, MillittuT and Malt " " 75.00 Furniture ' " 81.50 Iron aud Natl ' " Hi.60 Lumber, Lath and Bhtnalea. straight or mixed lota " " 7S.0O Machinery and Stoves..... " " 88 00 Sugar.... ' M.OO Whlaky, in wood, ovner'e ritk.. " " 88.00 Flour " " 70.00 Rates pavabla tn United States gold coin or Its equivalent. All Oonaignmente of Good a Forwarded with Promptness and Dispatch. No Forwarding or Coranatasloia Crtmrifea. : Mark CeoJa Can "B. & P. R. H." alS-tf W. B. G BIFFIN, Agent. THE CRYSTAL 8PRINCS WATER COMPANY is sow pasrAiutD to TTAUL AND DELIVER WATER IN LABOB 11 or amal 1 quantitlee at reaaonau Tti. I. 1 ..d awft. Water Ticketa for sale at U. H. Lkhtenatetn's or from Ben Parker, with tha cart, and at tha btar Hotel. , Give the new Company a trial, to stay. It has come iyUD-tf DR. D. I-. DEAL. QFFICE BIMOTID TO THB BAIT JOSH HOUSE, MAW BTBMT PIOCHE. NEV SUBSCRIBERS riX THB CAPITAL STOCK OFTHB I I ...i si. Wee MinlBC Compaaj requeatwi to call oa the Beoralary asst receive their etock ea or before Ancuat ad. Jv-tf . . OF ALL KTNDB OP aw i;i:ii:s JUST ARRIVED 1 DUFFIELD AND FULL ASSORTMENT GROCERIES. WHOLESALE RETAIL. A CAR LOAD 1ERT COAL OIL, JUST RECEIVED, And for Sale Low STAB HOTEL. STAR HOTEL, MAIS STREET, PIOCHE, KETADA. HAS MOST COMFORTABLE E00MS, .AND 13. FIRST-CLASS IN ALL RESPECTS. ilHlTULVU LtO.VE TO MAKE -M Guests Comfortable and at Home. Baths will be Free to Guests of the House. WM. STANSF1ELD apg-tf - - PROPRIETOR. HOTELS & EESTATJRAITT. SAN JOSE MAIN STREET. PIOCHE NEVADA . 'HE CNI'ERSIGNED HAVING LEASED this umil,. it,, has had the same thnmnohi- n' ovated aud repaired. The ROOMS ARE LARGE AND WELL VENT1LATFD; THE Wltl bo snnnlied with thn ,v.A affords, and no pslns spared to make guests comfortable and at home. THE it a TTTF? Will be supplied with hot and cold water. Chariica reasonable. A share of public patronage iaiespectfully solicited. A. D. JIILLETl, Prop'r. STAGE LUTES. AGENT FOn DUPONT'S IRON KLG BLASTING POWDER. CLOTHI2TC, HATS. Sic. -OF ALL Varieties, . Styles and Kinds ATTHHOWIsr IUTE8. Call and See my Stock oa tl July 11th, 1875. jyll-tf SILVER PEAK BOARDING HOUSE, NEAR BOWERY MIKE. MISS SARAH H1BBARD, - - - PROPRIETRESS. THIS RESTAURANT HAS JIT8T been thoroughly renovated. newiy papered, painted and Sited up In first-class style. Customers will find everr thins served nn that the market affords. All the dellcaciea of the season. Ton can always get what you call for. Board by the Day, Week or Month. Vail or Private Party Bunpera served st short est possible notice. niy?3-lm NEW YORK BAKERY AND RESTAURANT LACOVR STREET, PIOCHE. HEKMAN H0EST Proprietor. TRIVATE ROOMS ELEGANTLY AND NEW i LY furnished for Dinners, Ball Supper and Wedding Parties. Steals at All Honrs. - OPEN DAY AND NIGHT for the accommo dation of the Public. d'22-tf NEVADA BAKERY II AS REMOVED TO MEADOW VALLEY Street, at the BOWLING ALLEY Where em be found the CHEAPEST BREAD TO BE HAD IN PIOCHE. CIDER AND VINEGAR Manufactured at same place. Also on hand a flue assortment of FINE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. THE BOWLING ALLEY is always in (food running order and kept open day and night, to suit customers. myia-tf JNO. G. FORTMAN, Prop. SAN FRANCISCO RESTAURANT AND 33 Sl. IS. H3 H. "ST , MEADOW VALLEY STREET, Opposite Dexter Stable. Glbfried tk Orlaacher, Proprtetora. Freah Oysters In every style. Onen dav and nisht for th .iwimmridnti of he public nM-tf TOWNSEND HOUSE, SALT LAKE CITY. THK ONLY First-Class SOUTHWESTERN STAGE LINE. siHffito, riL., VIA SALT LAKE CITY. HUGH WHITE. PROPRIETOR. ONLY ONE NIGHT'S STAGING. THROUGH TO TERMINUS OF R. R, IN 38 HOURS. Road Newly Stocked wllh Poor and Mi-horao Teama aad C'onrord Coachea, CARRYING C. 8. MAIL, AND WELLS. FAB GO k CO.'B EXPRESS. STAGES LEAVE AT A. M. THROVGH TICKETS TO SAN FRAN CISCO, for sale at WELLS, FARGO k CO'S 0 Jf Pioclie. Fare the same as via Hamilton and Faha.de. Parti- s holding Through Tickets can stop over at any point on the road as W aa thev mav deeire. nai-tf EVERY OTHER DAY STAGE LINE. PIOCHE ....TO.... HAMILTON, AND HALF-DAILY FROM HAMILTON TO ROBINSON AND SCHEIX CREEK, AND TRI-WEEKLY FROM HAMILTON T00EEEEY CEIEI. GILMER & SALISBURY, Proprietor!. CAREYING TJ. n. MAIL AND WELLS, FAB. GO a 00.13 EXPRESS. Tho Throe LIbm aowl? Storked wllh Fine AMERICAN RORSES aad stew CONCORD COACHES. Biagas leave Ploche at O o'clock A. making close connection with Railroad Stage from Hamilton. OfBce at Wella, Fariro di Co. 'a. nU-tf JACOBS it SULTAN' Ploche A Bulllonvllle, wholesale: AND- IN i Salt Lake City. HPHE KITCHIfN AND DINISO BOOM CN J. der the supervision of experienced handa. The table Is supplied with tbe beat In the market, and second to no other place on the Pacific Coast. The bed rooma are lame, well furnished aa airy. Attached to tbe Hotel are Bath Booms, well snpplid wllh hot and cold water. Every convenience for the oeneftt of travelin gaeata. No expraso will be spared to atake fueats comfortable. Connected with tho Honse ia Saml T. Hatch, formerly proprietor of Planters and Lin dell Hotel. 8t. Louie: also Clark M. Martin, form erly of Railroad House. Cheyenne. Then la connected with tbe Honse, at Black Bock, Salt Lake, twenty mlleo froan the city, s Hammer Beeart aa a naming piece. Travelers from East or West, call and Jndgs I or yoareeiveo, anu yon win ue smcauiea. 15-td RETAIL (DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Particular Attention r- Paid tO- ; COT3NTHV ORDERS, BOltf BOONE DOLMAN, AOkjrra fob tub FISH BBOS' AND MITCHELL WAGONS. . LA XI INVOICE or WAGONS. WAGON M ATBBIAI. AND EXTRAS. ORDERS FOB ANY 8I2EOF THESE W0 ONS procaptly Ailed. Hay and Grain Depot, FREE CORBALv NORTH MAIN STBKET. Piocha, June W. Ifffg. JelM" TAKE NOTICE. rWt HAMILTON JIcM Ploche at A. M. lnateed of o ewej heretoCote, after Juae SMa las.