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' J ; l! I! i .' .4 i is l! i? it 3 "I ' m gc . r THE PinCHEDAHY RECORD. HIND A V.- j p. Q'gAH-""" .AUGUST , I"' :Tdd to bT Oso. T OOM"- DAILY Ialaaa RKronn IN Fa per aad TDK PIOCHE ih cheap Ar.rtW" Medians the Pacific WMklr Habsrrlittlon. 50 Cant. AdvartUlMR at correspond i.o. I..W Rale. Tha RECORD Tlr- TBK COMBINE. A recent Chicago dispatch ssts: Tbe Communists of Ibis city are tusk- he active preparations for a somewhat. arlise oauiDaiuB. Tha latest that Has been developed U that tbey have pur chased a lame number of breech-loading omakets, with considerable ammauiuoD, ud are drilling reRalarly under com mand of experienced i'russian nracers. Heveral hnndred men are airesny en- lolled, and pirnice are frequently new to r.ina fnnris to defray Hpfniei. The leaden are tba same discontented epir- it who have previously figured in com mnnixt moba. It Is tbe bane of a Itepublio that tbe very liberties it gnaranteea Its citlzene, .11 n tha Pari He loan - tb. mater portioa af and the privilege tha citizens enjoy, are the eklrf Atlantic Cities and East- States aeaoralljr. WRONG ASSERTIONS. In the Butro Independent of the Mih inst. there it an editorial, comprising nearly two column, on the subject of deep mining. It discusses the question of tbe heated air in deep mines, and tbe best meant of obviating tbi terioat bar to suocess, and puts forward loma very good ideal relative to measure! calcn lated to cool the air and pot it at a tern peratnre endurable to tha workmen. ' In peaking of compressed air at a powerful adjunct in this cooling prootss the writer ays: . If aix eubio teettif air having a tent neratnre of 00 deareee. lite compressed into one cubio foot, tbe teroperatnre of tbat ope foot rf compressed air will De SCO deffrees; mCnUi to absorD tnie ei tra temperature the cum pressors are sur- rnnnA.l hi nnlil. fl.iarillff watSI. Whioh soon reduoes the heat of the compressed air to CO degrees tbe ordinary temper atore of the surrounding atmosphere, We are inollnod to differ materially from this assertion, and without presum- . 1- . Ill ..t..n.n in aVinW tn danger of perversion and ovcrtbrowal by wild, visionary schemers and human vultures, who only fly to a region to fat ten on carrion. The Chicago Commune has exiHted for over three years, and in the pauio of '7 J caused considerable trou ble and anxiety by Its frantio and cow ardly attacks upon the municipality. Made np of tbe offscourings of Europe, and thoroughly disregardless of conse quences, valuing their own lives and others as of no more worth than a candle tbat can bo snuffed out at will, the Com mane it a powerful engine of disturbance in tha bands of able bat unprincipled leader.'. Tbe orcanization is pernioiout in its doctrines and Influence, and nnjnst iu its demands. Whatever cause may exist iu Europe where aristocracy and equality, right and privilege are always struggling at variance tor tbe supremacy, there is no ne4 or pallintion of excuse for anv suoh sentiment or society in Ameriov Tha way to wealth, honor, fame and dignity It free to all, and be cause so many full to attain tbe desidera turn artrnes more a Null in themselves and a misdirection of effort, than a lack ohance or a renression of energy. A due trangely of tha properties of its two principal constituents, oxygen and nitro gen, and thoouh an extremely elastio fluid , can be condensed of compressed to a degree but littlo Inferior to that ot water tone lx hundred and Btventy fifth part of iu original volume), without undergoing auy apparent change in Us physical aondition. Heat expands it and aots principally on the more active prinoiple or element of oxygen, which is one of its component parts. Fresenra and temnerature affect ail gases iu the aama nroDortlonate decree: one thou and oobio feet of air at 32 degrees be. oome dilated to one thousand three hun dred and seventy-five feet at 212 Tbe laws ot expansion and compression, are uniform and capable ot demonstration. Now us to the ttrst assertion; it is a pal pable absurdity to say that si oublo feet of air at a temperature of 60 degrees nrunnrauail into a SDSOB of 000 Cubio loot will evolve 800 degrees of h. at There is no chemical or natural law that can be prodfloed to substantiate ihit er rnnanns assertion. There is a certain amount of heat contained in alt bodies, Daannua. limiid and solid, the o , . amount varying with the compo tent parts of tha snbtitanoe. If six oubio feet of air are oompressed into a spoe occupying but one cubio foot, tho normal temperature of that air is increased only by the latent beat st t free by sncli compression. Tbe greater tbe degree of compression, the greater the amount of luteut heut evolved wliob would combine with the sensible heat as indicated by its rueau temperature and inoreaso the amouut of heat in the air very appreciably, but far below the high degree so unwarrantably asserted. If the assertion advanoed by the Independent was correot and capable of affirmative substantiation, it would be one ot the greatest things in science. The Keeley motor aud Bchroeder's air-ship would be left iu the shade, for the beueficial ef fects of such evolution ot heut would be great and powerful. We will illustrate by supposing that such assertion is cor reot; ot once tbe necessity for fuel ceases; by compressing air into one-sixth of its spaoe a degree of beat would be evolved that would mako steam fur better and cheaper than fuel can. Water boils at 212 degroea, but if simple compression wonld evolve a heat of 3G0 degrees, the opplictition of snob heat would do away with all need of fuel sod a complete revolution iu tbe appliauoes of, our present motive power would ensue. The deduction from this asser tion, ss stated iu our extract, will bars to be modified in the same degree at the original premises. Tbe argument is well made all along, but when a writer starts out with false premises, bis tine ot rea soning, however plausible, must neces sarily bs Incorrect and full of flaws. Tbe subject ot the ventilation of mines .is ex ceedingly important and a topio of vast interest to all connected with mining in dustries. Any theory in acoordance with nature's laws is worthy of Investigation and practical trial; but iuenrrect asser- (ions, however well supported, only mis lead and mystify all inquiry ot mind and desire of practical advancement and improved appliauoes. can citizens demands a suppression and depression ot tbi dangerous foreign elo ment.'so attractive in its allurements and so pernicious and deadly in its resulting effects. Otherwise "gathering strength like gathering storm," a whirlwind ot tumultuous and ungnvernablo passion may arise, and tbe horrors of Toris Com maoism be re-enaoted in our beloved oountry. . cat on the north benndnry is now in VI frt iu verv rich ore. TLe four 01 ore lately enrnonterid on the seventh fl"or of the 1400-letel retains its former width and quality. The Foothill Tidinaa, of August 12th. sajt that the New York Ili!l lastwe.k cleaned np $20,500 from a run of three weeks, on 3C01osds of ore.Ieavirg a line, rich lot of aulpurrH yet to lienr from. The ore now coming out is as Rood or better than tlio above lot. and anogeiuer New York Hill is proving itself a most valuable piece of mining property. The Virginia Chorniclo ssys sevfn ten killed iu Matta- wamkeag, Maine, this season. The State pays five dollars for cb1.caP,n.te: If California wouM only pay o man could make a lonune - lariat about this time on isniornia street. Tbe Tribune soys: Geo. A. Smith is dying of consumption, one of his lungs is entirely gone, and he is in sucn con dition that when he falls asleep, respira tion oeases and he immediately awaaens. His friends entertain no hope of bis re covery. 'Tha anniversary of Mexican independ- .... ... ence will be appropriately ceirui the Mexican residents of ban trancisco on September Mill). A plaster o' Toris tuiue has been dis covered in the Kern county mountains. California. Ice was formed in the flames at tbe Bnmmit near Carson on the night of. tbe Mtb inst. Th Kins of Tain is driviog around Ban Francisco in s barouche. D. P. Loue, Chief Justice of Utah, has resigned. St. Mary's Cathedral in Virginia City has received a $0,000 organ. Reports from Cornucopia District in dicate a very qaiet state of aff tirs. State Mineralogist Whitehill in in Austin. Carson is collecting for the French sufferers. In Jfi8 Charles D'cVn, writing ol Andrew Johnson, said: I was very ranch surprised by the President's lace ami maimer. It is. in its way, ono cf tbe most remsrkable facea I have ever seen. Not imaginative, but vtry powerful in iu firmnees (or, perhaps, obstinacy), strength of will and steadiness of purpose. There is a re ticence in it, too, curiously at variance itb that first unfortunate speech of bis. A man not to bo turned or trifled witb. A roan, I should say, who must be killed to be cot ont cf tbe way. His manners ix-rfectlv comnosed. There was an nir ot chronio anxiety npon biro, bnt not a crease or ruffle In his dress, snd his papers as were composed as himself. GROCERIES, PE0VISI05S. PH. FELSENTHAL STAR HOTEL. STAR HOTEL,i MAIN STREET At PUiiet City, Williams Fork, Mohave cotin ty. Arizona, on Augimt 8, 1875, Charles B. Lytle, a native of Pennsylvania, aged M years. NEW TO-DAY. NOTICE TO CON'Hl'MERS O FLORAL SPRINGS WATER. main tTTti Witts held IS THE BUM. 1 MIT Tins of tbe Floral Hprings Water Commit ha lon consumed by the l lorai Mill. Not wishing to use for milling purposes the water stored in the Mln Tank, and the ... min.Mri fMn t.. Rtrmond & Fly mine being repudiated by the Superintendent of the mill for amlijamating purposes, tbe mill will ... -i.,,,. .in., but as It Is con- ... .v.. aanuMi unnt to keen tbe mill running, It is desirable. If possible to do so. To accomplish this It Is necesnsry to do w mimical in tna use or water ram """"; and, until further notion, street sprinklldg must snd will be discontinued, and all parties hsvlng hose must csa a spmsu on the noisle, am ALI. WASTS or WATS Vl'ST DC DWCOSTIKUliO. Pioche.Aug.87 V.Lcnnoci, Aril Sup't Floral Hprings Water Co. suHJ-lw MAIS STREET, PIOIHE, NEVADA. HAS MOST COMFORTABLE BOOMS, ....Axn w.... TIRST-CLASS IN ALL. RESPECTS. 9 TT A 3T3E:OEIi.ILiE:KrT LARGE STOCK mTit -i Afl'lIC ARK BFiaO F1T11D IP AKD WIIL BE MTU. I IITj 1A J M-fPll- WITH HOT AMI lOLUWATER. A0 KltKl HlAU aw.. " Guests Comfortable and at Home. BaIUs will be Frre to Guests of the House. WM. STAXPFIELD PROPRIETOR. spstf OF ALL XIHDS OF HOTELS 4 RESTAURAKT. SAN JOSE romlor Stiver lWlnlno; Company. Location of works, Kly Mining District, Lincoln County, Nevsd..-Notlce-There is delinquent upou the following describe! atock. on account "jl. ..... in. it levied on the ninth day July 1816 tl' several amounts si t opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as nll..ma. Certificate, Id a recent speech General Bate, of Tennessee, who will probably euoceed Andrew Johnson in the U. 8. Senate, said: The cloud whioh overhung us and our lnvail Rnnthland since tbe war is break- ltiB, and the Biltrer lining Is beginning w drape trie eagos oi ns icnuwru ihh- ments, inaiosimg toe appruaou ui au rm ot good feeling. The Gold Hill News, in remarking on tha reoent publioitj giren the drawing of a lottery prixe bj a Virginia miner, says, with great good sense: If ioarnalists wonld take as much naiiis to bnut no and publish the money lost by piimbline, as tbat won, they would do better by the oommanity. We are iu receipt of a new paper called the Mechanics' Fair Daily," published by the enterprisiug firm of Dewey & Co. who also publish the Mining and Boien tifio Freas. "lis well gotten up, contains a large amouut of cboioe reading matter, and will be issued daily while the fair coutinues. Tbe Dabnque Herald thinks if Jeff Davis oau't be Rot to speak at Itockford that he should b induced to oome there and tell the Hnwkeyes how to raise gar den truck and dig fence posts. Jeff used to be arouud that oountry a good deal forty years ago. The gratifying intelligence comes from the wheatflolds of tbe Mississippi Val ley, that tbe present ysar will be one of bounteous harvests, A Kansas dispatch of the Kith says: Tha Indian Commission whioh holds its session at tbe Osage Agency to-morrow, for the purpose of investigating oharges against Gibson, the aent ot the Usages, is liseiy, ii n " """ mission, to strike a heavy blow ot the Quaker Indian policy of the Administra tion. A United States otlloei mi op- near before tbe Commission and accuse Agent Gibson of compelling the Indians to sicrn the vouchers in blank before they could receive tbeir money. He charges him with driving a halt-breed out ol bis hnnse. and comDellinn Dim to travel thirty-nine miles in tbe dead ol winter witb his wife and emiaren, Deosuse ine half-breed signed a petition to have a Catholic missionary and schools estab lished among them. He will accuse bim of having made false vouchers to the amount of $2,000 in regard to rations issued to tho Little Usages. lie win also attempt to prove all these charges by affidavit. Superintendent Hosg is also attempting to secure tba removal of Gibson, but wants another Quaker iu bis stead. A red hot time is eXDeotea. u Is a fight between Catholics, Quakers and Iudians. 102(1 1064 1HM 1074 twa BM w;i 9V3 ..1067 sn w sv nnvv TT 'an fJ I JL JL JUST STAGE LUES. Diapatohes from Augusta, Georgia, bow a wide speid plan of insurrection and possible murder among tbe negroes throughout the entire State. Tbe ring leaders have been nearly all apprehended and will be tried to morrow. It will be musing to note the efforts of the Ad ministration pteas to explain this alto gether untoward action on the part of the nation's pets. That lunatic! Raphael Bemuies says that if he were an autocrat be would born at the stake evrry man who kept a day book or a ledger for any other pur pose than tu enter eash transactions." And now every book-keeper in the coun try is rubbing bis hands with glee to think that Semm's isn't an autocrat. Tha Democratic majority in Rentuoky bows a falling off since 1871. Tbe House stands 90 Demoorats to 10 Repub The new Spanish constitution guaran tees freedom of religious opinious, which Is oue step tu tbe right direotion. A noTCHien is a good man to bavo around when yon iutend making a bet, tor be alway holds tbe steaks. . Durham's sudden departure tor the East was caused by sickness in his fam ily. . - Halleck, a Treasury clerk, confesses he stole that 17,000 package from the Treasury. CLIPPED AND CONDENSED. Tbe Enterprise says'. It is well known tbat in levying the tax upon the proceeds of the mines, the school tax and tba tax for the redemption of railroad bonds have been left out. Senator riper bss applied tu the Supreme Court for a writ of man damus to compel our Assessor, Thomas Gracev. to assess these proceeds for school and railroad purposes just tha same as other property, and the Auditor has been included, so as to compel him to extend tbe roll therefor. An alternate writ baa been granted by tbe Supreme Court, which is made returnable in tha earlier part of September, and at tbe hearing tbe question win oe argnea ni length. Should Senator riper succeed in his desire to bsvo these proceeds placed ou the same footing as other taia- I ble property in the county, the school 1 moneys will be greatly increased and tbe rauroaaoonda tbe sooner cleared. It la but proper to say that the county officers above named are acting under instruc tions from the Hoard ot Countv Commis sioners. Whatever the result, the ques tion should be settled, and finally, and that seems to bs in a fair way to be done. Of tbe late Commander Morris the Gold Hill News says: Commander G. M. Morris was chief offioer ot the Cumberland in her contest with tbe Merrimao at Hampton Roads He it was who refused to baul down bis flag, while broadside after broadside of shot and shell tore his ship into frag ments, and ho it was who, witb the crew ot that fated ship, went down beneatn the vollevs of her iron clad opponent. Tbat duy immortalized Commander Mor-1 ris and the crew of tbe old Cumberland, nearly all of whom went down beneath the waters of tbe Chesapeake, never to emerge therefrom uutil the "sea gives np its dead." Peacefully after the storm of that day's battle tbe gallant officer has at last passed away, llesoued from tbe waves wbiob swept over the doomed ship he would not surrender. The brave man lived to see tbe war ended, the na tion triumphant, and the flag he would not lower, proudly float iu triumph over a free and umnea government, uiner uations have tbeir heroes; their deeds are told in song and story to generations. So also in alter years will tbe memory ot Morris and his gallant crew be hallowed by our children's children, while history recounts tneir aauniiess courage. Names. Oonrsen Q A, trustee. . Oouraen a A, trustee. . Couraen O A, trustee.. Oonrsen ii A. trustee.. Ollne Wm, trustee Cllne vtm, trustee.... Cllue Wm, trustee Ollne Wm, trustee.... Itroa. truBvetro trilKteO 4H3 M. Kenzie Wm t Meal Chsrles 8, trusteo Neal Chas 8, Trustee 1" NeslChasB.Trubtee 2UO Neal Chas 8, Trustee. Neal Chas8,Trntee 807 Neal Ohas 8, Truntee 8 Neal Chas , Trustee Neal Chas 8, Truntoo MS Ohnlmus Louis "J Klchsrdson K A, trustee JWI RtchsrdsonEA, trustee 9H5 RoeeoBeban. ?" Urc.n n..Tli R 101H Sbsrboro B, truBtee 1WJI Thomas D L, trustee VW TsylorJosB, trustee Taylor Jos 8, trustee 1010 Taylor Jos 8, trustee J"" Taylor Jos 8. trustee WW Taylor jos b, i . Uhler J Clem, trustee e tlhler J Clem, trustee Jl i,. T.. k von And In sceordance with taw order of the Board or Directum, n, a., nt Julv. 1875. so n of each panel of su.-h stock aa may bs necessary, will be sold st public suction, at the olbce of the Company. No. 340 Montgomery street. o. r :.. .Hfn,i.. on Tuesday, the nh day or'september, 1S73 at the hour of one o'clock p m of ssld day, , to n.y said delinquent assessment thereon, together with costB of advertising snd expenses of the sale. ORIMES. Secretary. Office: No. 340 Montgomery street, Bail i Frsn. No. Bha's. Amt. N) 55 100 M 100 60 80 35 100 60 70 115 100 50 100 60 300 100 60 Wi 60 36 60 Si 100 60 1UII 60 55 13 60 60 36 60 36 60 33 :iu 15 ,V) 35 60 35 60 36 155 77 60 60 35 100 60 60 36 100 50 100 60 100 60 100 60 100 60 30 10 30 15 30 13 ARRIVED ! DTJFFIELD anl an made on so nisny shares MAiJt street, PIOCHE NEVADA. Jk ffHE I'NilKnSIGNED IIAVINO 1 LEAKED this popular Ilouse, bss hart tne same moronity ren ovated snd repaired. Tho ROOMS ARE LARGE ASD WELL VENTILATED; THE TA.BLE Will be supplied with the best the market affords, snd no paina spared to make guests comfortable and at home. THE BATECB Wilt be snpplied with hot snd cold water. Charges reasonable. A share of public patronage is respectfully solicited. A. D. MU.I.KK, rrop r. July 11th, 1675. jyll-tf SOUTHWESTERN 8TACE LINE. SAX Fulfil), riL., -VIA SALT LAKE CITY. huchwhite; PROPRIETOR. ONLY ONE NIGHT'S STAGING. THROUGH TO TERMINUS Cf I I IN 38 HOURS. Road Newly Storked wills Four and ftii-horee Teams and Concetti Coaches, . CARRYING U. 8. VAIL, AND WELLS, FAR GO k CO.'B EXPRESS. STAGES LEAVE AT G A. M. THROIGH TICKETS TO BAN FBAJt C1BCO, tor salo at WEIXB, FAKGO ACQ'S office in Ploche. Fare the nms as via Hamilton and Palisade. Parti' s holding Through Tickets can atop over at any point on the road as long as inev msv acsiro. ni-u AND NEW YORK BAKERY AND LACOCR STREET, PIOCHE. HEKMAN HOKST, Proprietor, EVERY OTHER DAY STAGE LINE. Cisco, California. J. CBOYLAND. PRIVATE ROOMS ELEGANTLY. AND NEW LY furnished for Dinners, Esll Supper snd Wedding Parties. Heals at AU Boars. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT for the accommo dation of the Public. d33-tf A NO FULL ASSORTMENT PITZER & CROYLAND, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, PIOCHE! NEVADA. au30-tf FOR RENT. flJE HOUSE AND KURNITVRE, ON I Meadow Vslley Btreet, now occuoiou 1 V T ll.lnln For particulars Inquire at the State Bank of Nevada. u2-t' -OF OROCEKIES. SILVER PEAK BOARDING HOUSE, NEAR BOWERY MINE. MISS SARftH HSBBARD, - PROPRIETRESS. rilHIS RESTAURANT HAS JtST I been thoroughly renovsted PROMENADE ALL! ORAND BALL GIVEN AT WILL BE Oregon is goioR to start tba manufao tnra of plR-iron. TUere is plenty ora io tbe northern put of tba State. The Boston Herald says Grant ought to step aside; we are oat of ex-Presi-dente, and need one always on hand. Tbs Beaver Kuterprise learos from Wells Spioer that one day recently the workmen iu tbe Litoolo mine broke through tbe wall rock snd were rewsrded for their labor by seeiuu tbe water ub forth in suob quantity aa to be irresisti ble, and tbe mine ia nnw flooded op to it old mark. Tbe company will at onoe procure a pump or greatly enlarged ea naoitv and rower, and leave nothing an done to secure the proper working of tbe property. Jcbn Deery, ex-champion of tbe United Slates, and Tony Eraker, champion of tbe FaciBa Coast, played a three-ball gama of billiards of six hundred points on Saturday, in San Francisco, for one thouasnd dollars, which was won by Kra ker by two points, being tbe olosest game uu recura. Of the Consolidated Virginia, tbe Chronicle says: Tbe ore stopea in tba various levels continue to work well Exploring drifts south on the 1100 and 1000-foot levels continue in oood ore, On the 1500-foot level, the west eroee- On an Island in tbe South Sea, nenr Torres Orait, New Guinea, lives a tribe which is a repnblio in the strictest sense of the word, soknowiecigtng no superi ority, and fortunately offering a small field for the ambition which leads to higher political developments. They have no olotbes, except a fringe in tbe case of woman; no houses, except um brellas extemporized out of leaves when it rains heavily; no tools, eio-pt bits of uoop-iron fonnd in wrecks; no srts and 1 V 1 1 SOlenoes; a very nmuii xucauuiuxj, nun an arithmetic, stopping short at ten, and indioated by pointing to various parts of tbe body, rney nave no religion, no history, no social institutions, not even marriage. Regarded from our point of view, life is there one great negative.and tbe only wonder is tney get on as wen as thev do. Tbe women, however, go to the wail, as in all savage life; they are tbe property of tbe stronger, and are put out of the wav.as a useless horse is witb us, when no longer useful or agreeable. This is animal life. i . A oirl at Long Branch went to tihurch on Sunday, dressed prettily in ber lavor- ite color. She got tne notei ciera to change her a five-dollar bill before Bbe left, because she wanted to) contribute to the collection plate. But Misericords! Awake if you can fellow-feeling for her; at tbe fatal moment when tbe ves tryman stood before ber presenting tbe plate, and, as she asserts, every eye in ihA church was rivited on her. she dis covered that tbe big pin which she bad at the last moment esewereu into net pooket in its wiry grasp, and witn it tne five dollars in small currency, duo w obliged to say no to tbe contribution box, and ber cheeks burned painiuiiy. The Idea of awakening a fellow feeling for ber. MRS- WEDGE'S, PANACAi OS Monday Evening, Aug. 23. This will be the most ATTRACTIVE BALL That has aver been GIVEN IN PANACA. TIfKETS. INCLfDlNG SUITER, 1.00. auis-td WHOLESALE KANSAS WAGONS, Bl'WGlKS.; KOf KAWAYS, THIMLE - SKEIN WAGONS, ALL SORTS, KINDS and Hlaes, for ssle at extremely low prices, for iafi. suR-tf W. RETAIL. A CARXOAD KST COAL OIL, JTTST RF.CE1VEP. And for Sale Low GRIFFEN. Agent. THE CRYSTAL 8PRINCS WATER COMPANY is xnw raxrAiucD to TTAFL AND DELIVER WATER IN LAKUB SI or small quantities at reasonanie rstes, The Wftb IB irar mma soil. Water Tkkets for sals at at. H. Lichtenstein's or from lien Parker, with the cart, and at tb. star Hotel. liive the new Cnmnanv a trial. It has com. to stay. " ' When the Detroit Free Preea man Rets short of items, be falls back on Nevada. Mere are a few samples: Still full of trouble is Nevada. A citi (en can't put on a solid silver door-plate without having to set np all night to watch it. "Good enongh In some respects, bat too stack np to bet on a dog figbt," was the eulogy on a Nevada man. Tbe reason that a Nevada murderer didn't escape when tb jail door was ac cidentally left unlocked, "waabeoansehe didn't have a olean shirt to go in." He is a man of taste. A Western newspaper man obtained permission last week to ooonpy the bon ored chair of the Philadelphia Ledger obituary editor for one dev. His only poem was ia one verse, and referred to tbe death of one of the respected burgh ers, who possessed a month like an alli gator. It waa beautiful, simple and ap propriate, reading as lotlowst v Htraagw, tread lightly o'er his sod, fur If b. Sa pes yoa r sobs, by G d " NEWARK WILL aoest roii DUPONT'S IKON KEO BUSTING POWDER. newly pspered, pslnted snd fitted aaJy n tn nritt.clasfl stvle. swaSkewawsl Customers will Snd every thing served np that the market affords. All the delicacies of the aesson. Tou csn slways get what you call for. Rnrd bv the Day. Week or Month. Ball or Private Party Suppers served st short. est possible notice. niyiJ-lm ....TO.... HAMILTON AND fi ALT-DAILY TBOM HAMILTON TO ROBINSON SCHELL CREEK, AND TRI-WEEKLT FROM HAMILTON TO OHEEEY CBIIX GILMEE & SALISBURY, Proprietors. CARRYING TJ. S. MAIL AND WILLS, FAR OO A CO.'B EXPRESS. The Three Line, atewljr Stocked with rime AMERICAN HORSES aad CONCORD COACHES. biages leav. Pioche at A o'clock A. M., miking .lose connection with Railroad Stsge from Hsmllton. OrBc. at Wells, FmrgeACo.'s. nU-tf SAN FRANCISCO RESTAURANT U aCL EC ID H "XT MEADOW VALLEY BTREET, Opposite Dexter Stable. Olbfrled As Brtsacher, Proprietors. Fresh Oysters In every style. Open day and night for the accommodation of he pnblio. nia-tf JACOBS fc SULTAN" Ploche A Bulllonvllle. WHOLESALE -AND. NEVADA BAKERY ir AS REMOVED Street, at thu TO MEADOW VALLEY BOWLINQ ALLEY Where can be found the CHEAPEST BREAD TO HAD IN PIOCHE. BE RETAIL fDEALERS IS CENERAL CIDER AND YWEGAfl Manufactured at same place Also on hand a fine assortment of , , . FINE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. THE BOWI.INO ALLEY is slways in good running order and kept open day and night, to suit customers. myl'i-tf JKO. O. FORTMAN, Prop'r. MERCHANDISE. 13 HOW PREPARED TO Work All Custom Ore I1HAT MAT BE OFTB ED. 1 J. W. CLCTE, ft.it Superintendent. NOTICE. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT I HAVE this day sold to W. H. Knerr my right, title snd Interest la and to the Saloon, Bar I U turea. Liquors and all of the furniture, para phernalia, o , Ac, ta say saloon on Main atreet. Immediately adjoratng the stationery and cigar store of Chaa. Wtederhold, In the Town Ploche, Lincoln County, Stats ol Nevads. That all debts due are payable to rue. and that I am responsible tor all debts contracted by th said Saloon to tola date. . .., JOHW R. CLARK. Ftoeaa, Hav., August IStb, 1S7. sU-SOd CLOTHZXTC, HATS, ice. ! -OF ALL Varietie-, Styles and Kinds AT THE LOWEST BATES. Call and See my Stock aoa-M MEADOW VALLEY STREET. OPPO SITE MOTT, PISH df C'S. rpHIS RESTAURANT HAS JC8T BEEN JL thoroughly renovsted, newly pspered, paiutejl tnd fitted up In nrst-clsss style. Customers will and everything served up that the market altords. ALL, THE DELICACIES OP THE SEASON. TOU CAR UWIYS GrJWnlT TOU UU FOR. BOARD by the Day Week or Month, on reasonable terms. BALL OR PRIVATK PARTY SUP PEHS served st th. shortest possible notice. apS-tf Granger Chop-House, Lacotif St., old Postoflie HmUdlmg, NEWTON RICHARDS, g jrroprtetor. - VA. THIS POPTJLAB Particular Attention ta now opened to th. pnblio and will be kept aa a Arst-laM Chop-House. Meals stt all Hoars of the Day or Night. Mselsoookedtoordar. Oysters la every style, lall-tf -Psidte COTJNTIIY ORDERS. olt' BOONE & DOLMAN, aosxts roams FISH BROS' AKD MITCHELL WAGONS LATE rSVOlCB 0 WAGONS, WAUON MATERIAL AND EXTRAS. RPER8 FOB ANY BIZK OF TBE8E WAO- ONB promptly flUed. Hay and Grain Depot, FREE CORRAI' NORTH MAIK STREET, Pioche, Jane U, 1T. Jel"1" TAKE NOTICE. HAMILTON Jck wh.st A. M. Instead eisecwc rrtRR Wtnah haratofon, after Jun. SMh inst.