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.ArCU'ST , IMS. ... mmmim Of IN nrrai vmw IS. tuWM re-vl t. Line a Brak "fSr llieoi.treet.swnr ". her U T. Ooaau. . . coorw w thb rrRRENcv. IT sts rtoeiYd 1-7 nail Mley en lb currency riiteu by Teter Cooper. This gentleman ( man of great wealth in X York and philanthropist, who issly out hit weUb in doing the great cut 'amount o( good fa mi, to th great est number. la this ht ia entitled to all praiM and commendation. In bia letter be etatee that be U eighty-five years old, and with great plausibility he demon strates that all the country needs ia convertible currency. While thanking Mr. Cooper for. bia kindness in remem bering na, we must differ with lilm in many of hit alatementi. Is bit rather lengthy and well-written letter be aeema to be ot the idea that be conld obtain thia convertible currency by causing greenback: to be convertible into United States bonds bearlDg interest.' That might have some bearing on the case, bnt when we reflect that those bonds can be readily turned bock into greenbacks the normal results aeema hardly com menanrat with the exertion. Uncle Bam'a greenbacks are only a species of Government dna bill, dabbed currency by courtesy and generally accepted aa a circulating medium. Uncle Ham him self partially repudiates bis own psper by making the iutereat on nil bonds pay able in gold. Mr. Cooper deals more with remediea and effects than he does with causes, and says, snenklrjg of the paper currency, "gold ia not ita proper agent of oouversion because it ia uncer tain In volume, and ia itself subject to II... - i vf A fnMlnll 1 ....... , ., . T ., 1 win the most honors in the battle of mat neeas 11 10 mane up its uaisuuva. The nnoertainty ot the gold volume will aoareely form a criterion ot judgment In relation to Ita qualities as no agent of conversion, and the " maguetio attraction of a foroian trade " thnt he apraka of is more a matter of national convenience and international commerce than financial one. though it has a very important, indireot influence on this question. Mr. Cooper is hardly ia full accord with either party on the cur rency qnestioo; bnt that Is not to be wondered at, for wore active ami dex trous politicians than the venerable Peter are torely puzzled where to stand, o that amid the shifting sands ot finan cial discussion and theory they will find aolid footing on the rock of resumption ol bard money, when they find the waves engulfing their present position. Mr. Cooper hardly realize the full effect hit theory would have; the inflationists de sire the purchasing power of the curren cy increased, bnt his theory without be ing productive of any gooj in that quar ter ignores the more important, iv BMnta nf thd MM. If tha Inter ..at -nn C.rOTwlts wH pflhMe'a'vart at five per cent, interest peY snniunvw would have a convertible currency that might suit Mr. Cooper and some other patriarchs, but it would depreciate the value of the bond to snob an extent that the mere reflection of the depressing in fluence ot such action will be sufficient to repudiate all discussion relative to that idea. Amid a great deal unworthy of consideration we find a few statements deserving partial iudoraement. He aaya "the only policy the Government could adopt to influence the influx ot gold into this country, and keep its rela tions on a par with other commodities and with the paper currency, would be that the Government should re quire ita import duties to be paid in legal teuders, adding always the premium on gold to the amount aa estimated in the paper our renoy," There oertainly is something in that suggestion, but it is impractical ble, and however commendable, it would be Impossible to put it into force. This question of eurrenoy is now the most important issue that has arisen in this country for consideration since the slavery question was settled In Kuvh a decisive manner. On result of the dis cussion so far, lias been that every would-be statesman has come out with a little plan or theory of hi own. Ton dleton, Judge Kelley and Ben. Butler have all spoken their pieces and said their say. Mow comes Mr. Cooper, who, though bowed with the oarea and silvered with th frosts of eighty-five years (and a most worthy man), is totally inade quate to propose any safe and lasting remedy for this growing evil. The re oent legislation o! Cougres contain more elements of reason and true finan cial wisdom than any project we have since beard of. While we admire Mr. Cooper's patriotism we deplore his ftaau oial theories and think that crowding himself into the ranks of the blatant mouthers of the day is like putting a good, honest old ebepherd dog to play ing tricks and pranks like the mongrel ear ot th streets. - "Cooper on tbe cur rency" will hardly be referred to ss standard authority in auy ease, at least while a more sensible itortion of the community survives. BRAIN AND Mrrl.r, Bereral Eastern paper have indulged of late in sneering at the prominence given the eotieg raeea, and have re marked that muscle U at a premium and brains at a discount. Brains are never at a discount, but when backed by mua cular development they will command a better price and be of far more value to their possessor than without. "A sonnd mind in a sound body," is an old and tro adage; and on ol tbe principal rea sons that msjority of our American college graduates never amount to any thing, is because they are crammed full of musty mythology, Greek and Latin lore, abstruse mathematics, and with their brains teeming with the learning of tbe past and tbe science of th present and their mutcles aa flabby a a puppy's hide, they are sent out to fight their own battle in tbe world. They often have mors trouble in unlearning a part of tbe useless mbbikh than in getting knowl edge of practical value, but no student ever regn tted the development of his biceps, or tbe healthy and rotund condi tion of bis flexors and extensor. All our great men are remarkable for some pbyaioul quality, and 'tis rare to meet a man cf eminence or mental capability without seeing a good stont physiqee and fidr muscular development. Tbe papers aforesaid are borror-slricken at the idea of betting on these boating con teats. While man lives he will bet, even if it was cn tbe text th minister gives out or what colored horse will pass the window first. 'Tis natural tor a man to back his opinion with money, thereby as serting his belief in his convictions and though we don't Intend to be considered as defending betting, the opponents ot oollege regattas will have to hunt up some other more plausible argument. Take two classes out of a oollege, and pnt the boat crew ia one olass, and we would wager a trifling amount that the class I with muscle and brains combined would life and wear them with a prouder tnin and easier grace than their dyspeptio and oadaverona comrades, and the eollegi reoords of th country will verify the trnth ot our argument. That is to-day, the great fault in our publio Bchool sys tem, viz: crainuiiug tbe brain and leav ing undeveloped tbe muscle, tbe parrot like facility of repeating a list of answers illustrate this. Suoh mental achieve ment argue a preoociousness that it not counteracted by muscular exercise will end in Imbecility or death. We are glad to see a healthy reaction in this respect, and when one-third of the soholastio ses sion is devoted to muscular development and two-thirds devoted to mental culture, we can expect a new type of student and an advanced development of scholarly manhood. When that good time arrives the wiuners of the late college regattas will be hailed as pioneers in an undis covered but fertile field ot proBpect and will be honored accordingly. There is one suggestion that might with propri ety be made, vis: in the next contest make a national matter ot it, and when tbe line ot stalwart manhood is drawn up ready tor the word "go," let the Southern universities and colleges bs found with worthy representatives in friendly emulation for the laurel wreath of victory. A VIRTfOlSJ ftPASSf. The Sen Kranceco papers are joal now barring politics in a virtoon strain, and in a lit of moral indignation point at Nevada and her petty abort-comings. When they pause for needed wind they may find time for a few commenting re mark on Woodruff or Milr or what ever ! be may be called. We mean th defaulting Secretary if th Floaac Company of tbe Central Pacific. The Ban Francisco Post is stricken with hor ror if a Nevsdan beta a (20 gold piece at faro, tut we have tbm far failed to see any editorial remark in tbat high-toned and virtuoua Journal relative to the ac tion of tbe Itailroed Company in that little matter of their Secretary. Miller' defalcations amount to the trifling sum of 91,300,000, and 'twould seem aa though th company were trying a little game, sometimes called compounding a felony. If Miller is guilty tbe States Prison is the proper place for bim; it he is not tbe company bas do right to im prison bim in their ofBoe. Whether in nocent or guilty, they have used unwar rantable authority and abused justice in the manner they bave managed this matter. If a man Is a thief, lbs prison Is tbe place for him; if h isn't, he is entitled to his liberty. No man's so cial standing or financial ability should protect him from the law, and in thus violating tbe statutes the Railroad Com pany certainly leave themselves open to grave suspicion ss compounder in the matter. The tbiet that oft impelled by necessity snatches a loaf of bread or a few cents, is with sll due formality sen tenced to the penalty provided for such oases, but the accomplised sooundrel who makes use ot bis position and op portunity to embezzle hundreds of thousands is too flne-Bkinned an individ ual for such penalty to be enforced upon and is accordingly bandied with kid gloves. We would suggest tbat when ever the San Francisoo press feel one of those virtuous fits coming on, they can always find sufficient matter in the Golden State tor comment without cran ing their necks over our mountain peaks to see if there are any motes glistening in tbe sun's rays. GEOCEBHS. PE0V18I05S. PH. FELSENTHAL MAIN STREET or ALL USDS or A WARLIKE JOVRNAI. The Chioogo Times has hitherto been considered of somewhat an erratio tend' ency, and now justifies the general sup position by seriously advooatiug a war with Mexico. The Times argues that tbat oountry is a demoralized and some' what dangerous neighbor and should be subdued by force of arms. Many papers have taken up the matter, aud some even go so fur as to intimate that tbe Govern ment is not adverse to the idea. The present border difficulties form no doubt a subject of great importance and one of grave Import to the residents of that por tion ot the country, but it is folly to sup pose that such belligerent attitude on the part of lawless freebooters would justify hostilities. It serves to illustrate what doligbtful state ot affairs would exist if some people had their way. Judge Kelly prophesied in a recent speech at iouugstown, Ohio, that if some com mercial change did not take place pretty soon "labor would take capital by the throat,' tbe Ohio inflationists prophesy disaster aud ruin unless their pet scheme is successful, aud now comes the Chicage Times, breathing fire and brimstone, and with a voice for war would pitch into poor distruoted Mexico tbat is struggling bard to repress the turbulent spirits of that country aud doing ber best to civilize aud develop the oountry. If all theae wild and visionary ideas were to prevail this would be a delightful ooun try to live in, but fortunately the people have too much good sense to follow suoh will-o'the-wisps that would but lure them to political quagmires and financial bogs, there to flounder and sink. We bave received a set of the "Pacific Coast Readers," published by A. L. Ban croft & Co., of San Francisco. Th books are models of typographical beauty, and are got up in the usual flrnt-olas style of this publishing house. It is the intention ot these gentlemen to introduce these readers throughout the sohxIa ot the Paoiflo Coast. They offer to do this on very favorable terms, riz: byexobang- ing the series ot readers now in use for theirs. Tbs advantages are obvious, for apart from the value of the books, they contain choloe literary selections and de vote considerable space to elocution aud tbe rudiments of oorreot enunoiation and delivery, being acquirements ot the greatest value in forming distinct and proper articulation. To look through me tounn ana crin readers or tbe se ries makes one wish he were a school boy again that he might have the pleas ure of reading from those delightful and entertaining text books. The books are a credit to tbe coast, and we heartilv indorse the closing seutences of the publishers' prospeotus, where they say: Tbe Paoiflo Coast Readers are a borne enterprise. Tbe large sums of money which now go East and stay there for supplies ot text books, should be kept on the Paoiflo Coast, to build up and en large our own productive industries, and give profitable employment to our own antnors ana artisans. There is talent enough on the Paoiflo Coast to make our text books, and enterprise enouuh to publish them ; and it is proper and po iitio that Paoiflo Coast publishers Bhould receive such encouragement and snnnort as Eastern educators and school officers acoord to theirs. JUST ARRIVED t DTJFFIELD AND The Khedive of Egypt is to be .mended tor his efforts to fntroduoe all the djunots ot civilization into bis country. By a recent decree dated July 8tb, the oaieeviar in use among Christian nations will hesAeforth bs used in that oountry instead of th Mohammedan calendar, dating from th Hegira. Th exchange of postal money orders between th United State and the Do minion of Canada, eotumenoed on th 2d instaut. Eight exchange posutuoa hav been established, and tbe result will be a great conveaieuo to both countries aJ an increase of postal business. Beiguatn Young counted all his wives a usual at tall ot eurfew th other even ing, bat miaaed one. The faithless crea tor bad eloped with a soldier, and one thirty -eighth ot Brigham's giazsrd aoh-th. "It's a poor rule that wont work both ways." Xh, Uoo. Bariient bas broucht all manner ot charges against Bidwoll. Uo-llidwell according to Sargent, is an outcast, a monopolist, a Mexican citi zen, a uiau without legal title to his land and a bard case generally. Isn't It about time for Sargent to clear himself from a few little charges. There remain but twenty-seven days till the election comes off, and it would be emiuently proper lor the exemplary Christian statesman to explain to an inquisitive people about tbat mineral land bill, and bow he oame by tbat thousand acres in Nevada oounty. A man that has flung a whole cairn of stones at his opponents ought to have a wire grating of conscious morality over the windows of bis own actions to guard against retaliating missiles. Stoddard writes to the San Fraaoisoo Chronicle from th tomb of Juliet in Verona. From there he goes to the grave of Abe-Lard, who has been tried out on8 ago. and Hs-lojse, who says dif. ferent. Our detailed weekly mining review is now published In fall in th San Fran oisoo Chronicle and Dally Alta, and is tail laten as an exponent ia th Bay City ot th condition of things in Piooh. The Washington specials to tbe Chi cago Times published this morning, fur nish soms rich and instructive reading. Tbey show pretty clearly how ways that are dark and tricks that are vain, will oome out to the month of tbe tunnel oc casionally. If the Hon. Sargent desires to press his claim of illegality against Bidwell's land title, he will be obliged to go after Montgomery Blair and Jerry Black, and assail the memory of Edwin M. Stanton. If he gets Judge Black af ter him he might as well quit, for that master ot sarcastic invective will paint him with suoh strong pigments, and with so vigorous a brush that hii mental por traiture will consign him to eternal in famy. Perhaps it might be well it the Honorable Senator would explain away those damaging little statements in ref erence to his own peculations. He has got the Daily Alta, the Virginia Enter prise, and that choice literary gem, the Gold Hill News, to back him, aud with that glorious triumvirate ot editorial geniuses to stand by him, defeat itself, will lose much of its terror, ' The reflec tion forces itself on our mind that if Sar gent is spiked, what will th ring-mas ters clown do; what will become of tbe "citizen" who is now in leading strings, and is training for future fray. The best Util schemes of laea and mice, Oaug sit agleej And it is a great pity that all these little matters couldn't hav been hushed up until atter tbe 1st proximo. Explana tions by 8argent and Co. or ' now in order. CUPPED AND CONDEHSKD. A. D. Atntiar has been telliug tbe Eureka Sentinel about a big rattlesnake whioh he saw at the base of Peel Stiok Hill, on the Secret Canyon road. He describes the monster as being fully as oruinay man a arm, at least eight feet in length, with a string of rat tles as long as a neck chain. Mr. Amliar states mat be had a oood viewof th ser pent aa h crossed tb road In front of nis norse and is confident that his de scription is not exaggerated. Th narra tor dismounted from his horse, but before BUU,a "" a oinb tbe soaks had made Its escape in the rooks on th hillside. ZZTa 1? . K1. Breater. greatest grand daddy ot all the rattling reptiles on the Base Bang. ,nd Mr. Amliar will give any man leave to eharg bim with th orthography ol his nam if b ia round to bav exaggerated. The Eureka Sentinel ssys: In the Kit Careen mine, on the weat side of Pros pect Mountain, is curious cava. Within flv feel of th eurfao i aperture waa struek which extended down a distance of Sight feet, varying in width from pns to (ignl feet in lime rock. 10 some place tbe cave wts filled with loose sand intermixed with eubonatrs sod iron. At the bottom a body of soft carbonate about three feet wide, assaying about t'JOQ Dr ton. Tha mint, slonea to T. i. Head and E. P. Tucker. The Gold Hiil News ol tbe 31st ultimo says: The engine on tbe 1500-foot level of tbe Gould k Curry mine, which is used tor hoisting on tbe winze between that and the 1700-ftt level, got out of fix thia morning about 4 o'clock, and ran the car up into the sbieve st tbe top of the winze. The ear got efl tbe track, and in trying to get it to its place again, two men named J. A. Grant and Frank Mor row, pnt an old hemp hoisting cable about an inob and a ball in diameter around it and tried to pull the car to its place. The rope had been lying in a drift, or some where down in tbe mine, O IfttllF that i - - . -r. l wr,Hmn rwl when the men began polliug it parted, JjARGK STOCK , uum uuwu trio wi..t. . . ailing. Morrow fortunately caught the bell-rope and save himself. Grant, how ever, fell down tbe entire length of tbe winze, and when the other men went to bis assistance ws found in a dying con dition, expiring before be could be bronght to the surface. An ioqncst waB beld on the remains this afternoon. Tbe deceased, who was a member of tbe Vir ginia Miners' Union, will be buried un der their auspices to-morrow. He was a native of Nova Scotia, and bas a broth er living in California- Tbe ill luck that seemed to pursue the unfortunate man during the past year would almost lead to tbe belief tbat he was singled out by fate aa an especial mask at which to aim its shafts. About tCVt time be went home one day, and instead of tbe loving companion who bid him a pleasant good bye in tbe morning, be found s circle of weeping friends around bia wife's dead body. Not long afterwords bia borne was swept away by the snow slide from tbe side of Mount Davidson lost Winter, and now, as if unwilling that he should enjoy what little of pleasure there might be in store for bim in after life, be has been called into eternity by a death that makes the boholder shudder to contem plate. The Gold Hill News tells of Bill Jones, a man living in Dayton, who was yes terday observed patiently following a large hog from one place to another through the street, although the heat of tbe sun was at the time quite intense, attracted a number of his acquaintances toward him, who began asking tbe rea son of bis singular conduct. Leaning against a fence, by which be was pass ing, and keeping bis eye steadily fixed on tbe bog, be replied: " ion see that hog? Well, that beast has just gone and ate twelve pounds of amalgam, worth f 12 a pound, and I'm going to bave him panned out and assayed, if it takes me a week. Tell von whot, hoys, there's money in bim.'' Tbe Los Angeles Express in an edi torial on the new discoveries in that sec tion, says tbe mines are situated at the bead waters ot the Tejnnga, in the Te junga canyon, and are about forty miles distant from Los Angeles. The Union lode has been thoroughly investigated and tbe shaft bos been sunk to a depth of thirty-five feet. It yields a honey comb ore, with beautiful crystalizations, which latter resemble Btalagmite. TbeBe crystal lizations are so fine that tbe ore can be conveyed with difficulty to the arastra. An assay of average specimens of the ore yields about $300 to the ton. In accordance with the provisions of tbe indenture attached to the sinking fund bonds of the Union Pacific Railroad, by which one per cent, of the bonds are to be drawn and redeemed at par every year, the first direct annual drawing took place at Boston on Wednesday, in the presence of the offloere nf tbe compauy and a notary publio. The cards num bered to correspond to the numbers of tbe bonds Issued, were plaoed in a box, and from it the numbers ot the bonds to be redeemed on the 1st of September were drawn. The Lyon County Times, of the 29th alt., says the Virginia City Coal Com pany wagons have again commenced hauling coal from their mine In El Dorado Canyon. It goes to the mills above. The working of the diamond drills, some 1,500 feet from the original shaft, has demonstrated the fact that tbe coal vein is very extensive. The holes at present being put down are tubed from the surface, snd will more thor oughly prospect the mine. The Virginia Chronicle has been in formed tbat the latest kink in feminine fashions is to render the evideuoes of a bosom aa slight as possible. Tbe Sao Francisco beauties are coming out flat breasted In favor 01 it. It would be a field of profitable research to discover whether there is any connection between this horrible innovation and the present alarmingly depressed condition of the cotton market. The Boston Cinnabar Mining Com pany incorporated in San Francisco on tbe 20th ult., is to engage in the business of mining and milling cinnabar aud ores in Trinity county and other counties in California. Tbe directors sre Kdmond Green, R. E. Brewster, Charles R. Wor- land, C. C. Palmer and Abraham Hilaey. The capital stock is $5,000,000, divided into 50,000 shares. A tetter to Los Angeles says the " Sil ver King," the big mine near Florence, on tbe Gila river, located about six months sgo, has been sold to W. B. Hellings, of Pbunix, who is soling for San Francisco capitalists, (Senator John 1'. Jones and otbera) for 9200,000. Tbe sign dodge sprung on the Vir ginia City folks proved abortive, and tbe City Attorney has thrown ud the snontte. and with a sigh dismissed the case, as it now appears tbe ordinance was illegal. Tbe Archbishop of San Francisco his been presented with a number of gifts, a purse, carriage and pair, etc.. on tbe celebration ol the twenty-fifth anniver sary oi bis conseoration. Grove and Hoed, who were in trouble in Winnetnacoa, growing out of matters oonnected with the ownership of s mine, have been discharged by the Distiict Court of Humboldt oounty. The Carson Appeal man bas made an other discovery. He aays the best way for young ladies to keep fox tail burrs out of their stockings is to stay in a close room, Dareiooted. Messrs. Whitehill and Stewart are lec turing In Elko. Work on tbe Reuo Prison has been temporstily suspended. . Scarlet fever ia on the increase in Vir ginia City. STAB HOTEL. FULL ASSORTMENT GROCERIES. WHOLESALE RETAIL. A CAR LOAD .EST- COAL OIL, JUST RECEIVED, And for Sale Low NEW TO-DAY. Pividend Notice. rl BTOOKBOUPS OV TBI 8TATI BANK Of NEVADA ar ketchy aotiBed at the monthly meeting of the Buaid of Dim-tun. th RKOTJLAR piyipANS was osUms U)t Uw Bunt of July " a re Cent- Ob th amount of capital stock, rwrtbie th Bank la United HUMS sola com on TI E DAY. th 10th last. J. W. WRIGHT, Bask Manager, ftocfc. .. July sd. lei. AGENT FOK DUPONT'S BUSTING POWDER. CLOTBXXTC, HATS. See, -OF ALL Varieties, Styles and Kinds T TP LOWE8T kATER. HOTEL,, A mn street, uyZk pioche. mini. HAS MOST COMFORTABLE BOOMS ....ASD IS.... ' FIRST-CLASS IN ALL RESPECTS. OELLBNT BOAHD TI I E 35 AT) I PifMTAKufiii! KVKH1THLNU L.O.NK TO BIAKE n A1 IH. A.NJj Guests Comfortable and at Home. Baths will be Kwe to Goeats of the Honor. WM. STAXSFIELD PROPRIETOR ap8.tr HOTELS & mTATJRANT. STAGE LUTES. SAN JOSE OWEsTerST 8TACE LINE. HOTEL, XLBC ffi FMCISCO, fJL, PIOCHE NEVADA. ' TIA1 V SALT LAKE CITY. HUCHWHITE, rpHE UNPKRHIGNED HAVING - PROPRIETOR. 1 LEASED thia popular House, jTJ j& his hl the same thoroughly ren. iu AJfc. oyatert snd rpslrfd. Tfio ONLY ONE NIGHT'S ROOMS ARE LARGE STAGING. AND WELL ViiNTlLATID; THE THROUGH 10 TERMINUS OF I R TABLE ,N 38HOURS. Will he supplied with the bent the market ffords, snd no pains spared to make guests coinfortshle and at home. THE HA.TIIS Will tie supplied with hot and cold water. Charges reasonable. A Bhare ot public patronage is respectfully solicited. A. D. MILLER, Prop'r. July lltb, 187J. jyll-tf NEVADA BAKERY II AS REMOVED TO MEADOW VALLEY Street, at the BOWLING ALLEY Where can be found the CHEAPEST BREAD TO BE HAD IN PIOCHE. CIDER AND VINEGAR Manufactured at Mme nUce. Alan nn hand . flue assortment of FINE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, THE BOWLING ALLEY 1 alwua In Hood running order and kept open day and night. to suit customers. myia-tf JNO. G. FORTMAN, Prop'r. Call and See my Stoek NEW YORK BAKERY AND ITI LACOl'R STREET, PIOCHE. ( HEEMAN H0BST, Proprietor. PRIVATE ROOMS ELEGANTLY AND NEW. LY furnished for Dinners. Ball 8unier and Wedding Parties. Meal at All Hoars. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT for the accommo. dation of the Public. di-tf SILVER PEAK BOARDING HOUSE. NEAR BOWERY MINE. MISS SARAH HIBB.RD, PROPRIETRESS. a 'HIS RESTAURANT HA8 JUST been thoroughly renovated. newly papered, painted and fitted up in nret-clsfts style. Customers will find everr thiim rrvril nn that th market affords. All the delicacies of the season. You can always get what you call for. Board by the Day. Week or Month Ball or Private Party Snnoera nerved ( .hnrt est potuuoie nonce. my22-lm SAN FRANCISCO RESTAURANT im 33 9l KERY. MEADOW VALLEY STREET, . . Opposite Dexter Stable Or Glbfrled Al Brlsavehor. Pranrietora. Fresh Oysters in srery style. Open day and sight for th aoeommodatlon of ha publio. nM-tf Road Newly Storked with Fear and Nii-horae Team aad Concord Coaches, CARRYING V. 8. MAIL, AND WELLS. YAH OO at CO.'S EXPRESS. STAGESI LEAVE AT O A. M. THROUGH TICKETS TO SAN FRAN CISCO, for sale at WELLS, FARGO CO'8 office in Pioche. Fare the same as via Hamilton and Palisade. Parties holding Through Tickets can stop over at any point on the road as long sa they may desire. Ml-tf EVERY OTHER DAY STAGE LINE. ....TO.... HAMILTON. AND HALF-DALLY FROM HAMILTON TO ROB1ABON AND SCHEIX CREEK, AND TRI-WEEKLY FROM HAMILTON TO CHEEET CEEIK. 6ILMEE k SAL1SBUET, Proprietor. CARRYING V. 8. MAIL AND WELLS. FAR. GO h CO. '8 EXPRESS. Th Thru Line newly Stacked with Ita AMERICAN HORSES aad aw CONCORD COACHES. Btage leave Pioche at O o'clock A. SI., making close connection with Railroad Stag from Hamilton. OOlca at Walla, Fargo di Co. 'a. n21-tf JACOBS As SULTAN" Pioche A Bulllonvllle, wholesale: AND TOWNSEND HOUSE. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. THE ONLY First-Class IN Salt Lake City. tVUK KITCHEN AND DININO ROOM CN 1 dor the supervision of experienced hands. The table Is supplied With the beat in th market, and second to no other place on the rKuiv IAMSI. Th bed room ar Urge, well furnished sa airy. Attached to the Hotel ant Bath Booma, well uppim with hot aud cold water. Every convenience for th neoefit of t ravelin greats. No eipenaa will b spared to maka guests ooiurortaUe, CxinnmrtA wilh thn House is Rami T. Hatch. formerly proprietor of Planters and Litidell Hotel, St. Louis; slao Clark M. Martin, form erly ol Railroad Boas, enryraa. Them la nonnected wtth the House, at Black Rock, Salt Lake, twenty miles from the city, a Summer Resort aa a bathing place. Traveler from East r Wost. call aad judg lor yourselves, and 10011 am sausnso. RETAIL DEALERS IN CENERAL MERCHANDISE. Particular Attention -Psid to con isi'rxTsr ORDER S. noltf BOONE & DOLMAN, - aosirr ton ran FISH BROS' AMD MITCHELL WAGONS uk nrvoie as WAGONS, WAGON MATERIAL AND EXTRAS. OlDERg FOR ANY SIZE OP THESE W ONB promptly filled. Hay and Grain Depot, FREE CORBAL, NORTH MAIN BTRKTT. Pioch. Jon U, 1875. jelMi TAKE NOTICE. rpHK HAMILTON STASH W-LKATS 1 Plocb at A. M. instead ol S heretofore, after Juu 2Mb Isms. J""