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.NKPr. n, tmli. EDITOR caii-l" OFFICII of t!.e Fiorsri. Pal" "coed: IJWB'I Brta nulMIn,. I.tcnu. B ,M.,f. nesr airrnded to by tiro. X Uoawa trk Pioriir UAILY nKtouw IS " the rheapeit Inland Paper and AnrertMng Merllnm on th. Paetfl. Ceait. Wrakljr Bnbaerlptlon, BO Cents. Advertising at rorrM pond In Lew RalM. Tn. RECORD Or- eulate nil arer th. Paelfle Coast, aat alsa In tla. greater portion of the chief Atlantle Cities nl East rn States ire rally, - THE MORAL INDIAN. Tb. ftiondiBh and degraded iUsccuil ants of the Ametlcnttboriginal,who crawl tbe earth in iilUno whero be witlkeil in majesty, aggregate but a little over tbree linodred tbonsand in the entire country, yet aiuce the foundation of the KpubUo they bare been ever and always a cause nf annoyance anil terror to Uolatod and detached portions of tbe community. From time to time we Lave bad sad ao counts of Vmrneii s.-ttlenienls, murdered settlers and devastated conntry, and now we bavo the matter, thonf-h happily on a less sanguinary scale, enacted at our own doors. Tor the last week, have accounts rome.ot dinturlianoea throughout tbe conntry between hero and Hamilton, and while Tiocha has most laudably ro spondod to the call, yd we lmva no guaranty agiut a moat wldesnrea 1 In dian war throuKbont this section. Still, though 'tis almost unfair to com- plain. hsve e not an Indian Bureau, an "Indian King." n Indian Commission, and a general management hnt aflcnrdinc to their acconnt will eventually burnsm? and Christianize th noble rtd man. The existing state ot affairs. If it were not so important, would be ludicrous, a lot of pot-bellied, senile types of imbecility assuring tbe pnblio in canting por.tse th.it their efforts in raising the " tone of morals " In the rd m in' breast are tuo-tlotf lib great ncooss. All tbU sounds very pretty and looks well -on paper, but tbe red devils are fast losing whatever Christianity has tui-n instilled into them. Munh has been said of this Iudan matter lately, and many Unas aJvanO'd. We are ol the opinion that It would be a most sen sible action on the part ot Governor Bradley U Uua uioasures looking toward tbe estabnatimotit of an In lian pot "A Highland. An Indian post is ne. dad In this vicinity, constantly, and for many reason Highland would be moot emin ently fitted for it. Our reason we shall not 1041 now give in detail, but aro con vinced th such action on th part of the State Executive would be moat sairt tary and satisfactory. SPIRIT OF TflK f'RIH. A game of chess between plater of ffrtrzbpini, in Baden, and another in New York, began In 1859, baa just ended Iter sixteen yearn playing; tbe Xiew Yorker winning. The moves were con- Inct' d by letter. The farmers in the vicinity of Charles ton, 8. C, have shipped north this sea oti nearly four hundred thousand qnarts I strawberries, realizing an tbe r-sult ot 'heir ebipmeut the handsom. sum of tioo.ouo. Tbe Reveille ie informed that a China' man r siding in that city is said to be depositor in the Bank of California in tbe amount of forty-five thonsand rtol Inra. Should tbe bank not pay dollar for dollar John will have to "heap wssbee and "heap stealee" to make np bis lose Bitting the month of August there were upward of fifteen thonsand dollars worth of E strrn and Western tickets sold at the Central faciao offloe in Keno Thn Ui-wnt side in anv one day was about S'i.ooD. 'i'bese larae nanres snow. snys tbe Journal, that Keno Is an itnpor- taut point on tne ronte, ami we uuu Kiminmti n witli nil her nosuieu and importance, can do mncb better. It a mild seem, savs the Virg. Cbron olo. thit fw r,f tbo loading l.rokors of San Francisco bnvo IohI more by the bank failure limn they can afford to lone. Nearly all of the heaviest firms have announced their readiness to psy all checks drawn by them npon tbe Hank of California before tbe failure was known. A notice to this effect appears in the Chronicle from fchmiedcll, itnolistadtrr & Co.. of Han l'rancisoo, who are the correspondents of the well known firm of Krlonger Si ITo.-s, of this city. The Koveille of the lid says: White folks have cold and silver and tin wed dings, and the red man of the forest In humblo imitation of the pale-face has his nino nut wedding. Captain Steve dropped In to day, and informed ns that bis pine nut wedding will take plaoe at the slauabter bonse to-morrow evening, nod requested as to state that ho extends a general invitation to uie wuim in nttunil. There will be a grand feast. consisting of pin nuts stroiRbt, mashed pine nuts and orlckeis ana roaeicu en trails, Wbicu Will De ip-o 10 un Blng Williams, the pugilist, was tried before a jury in Judge Knox's Court in Virginia City, on the afternoon of the 2.1, on a cb irge of disturbing th pace In the Washington saloon on Tuesday morning Tim evidence showed thai Dingle, tbe man with whom he had the .liflVnUv. without any provocation, hod track Williarus npon tbe bead, Inniot DELISQUEBT BALER. Antlllra Hlnlns t mlianf. Id eation of principal plaee ol l.oi&e. rranclaeo, Cali(n.-nia; loeatlon of worm, i ij District, Llneoln County, Kevsds. Wntice menu (leliniaent upon in "" erlbrd ptoek, on aceonntof asemnt terim on the twentv-elrth y of Jniy. ".'" ml amounts oppoit Hie " spertlveshirrhnldi r', ss follows- Hamea. Ctianlard CM .. nhanbard EM... 'hanliard EM... Ctiaabard KM... Chanbard EM... Cbantwr.1 KM. O-rttflmte. t-liar-. lii It 18 M 17 Ami. CtaanlrdF.M Cbanbird EM Jl Cooper I B, Trantee 1 Oooper 1 B, TniMw 1.0 itamr J B. Timla 1.1 Cooper J II. Trurtee If" Cooler B, Trau VI Cooper I h. Trustee Cooler 1 B, Trantee V1 Cooper J B, TrunU-0 1n cooper i B, Trustee 200 Cooper J 1) 1" EckbartLH ' Hunt 1)11, TmeU ?81 Hunt I) H, Truatee 21 Hunt D B, Traitee 1M Harvey I. O, TruHtee 'ilS Irvine Wm, IruiiU-e 1M Irvine Wm, Tmatee 1X Irvine Wm, Tnmtee H Jordan 0re, TniRtt-e 4orilan (loor;e, Trnatae VM Jordan OeorKe, TruHtee In. litre J.iliu, Tmatee 29ft Morgan II M, Truatee Morgan II M, Tnn.tec V. A RKBl'KK. The Democratlo party bas aehived moat signal triumph in California, and th-y deserve it for one or two reasons alone. List Spring the bread-anrt-but. ter brigade got together and issued an address to tbe voters of California wherein the past ten years were Ignored and a state of facts aliened which, if true was most horrible. But tu people looked at the matter in its trne light, and aw 'twss hut a bnge bng-a-boo. Tbe r-bnke to this valiant brigade is a most sweeping and decisive one, and should convince thos political bummers that Southern outrages, however adroitly manufactured, will no longer be swal lowed with Implicit oredenoe. It is also a rebuke to tbe administration. Since Rheridan drove ont the Louisiana Legis lature, California ha bad but one oppor tunity to express ber opinion on that subject, and this she did on the 1st in slant, by repudiating the party which indorsed his and bis superior's action. Tbe Democratlo victory in California can not be viewed as an Independent defeat. Tbe Independent must ha viewed more as in iuteger than a uuit, calculated upon more individually than collectively, and as no parly tie biud him, and as the Democrat or Republican of to-day be the Independent of to-morrow, hi diaiute- ration and reversal bas proportionately less iojury than would result to an or ganized and solidified body. The Demo cratic parly in California will now have an opportunity to introduce measures of economy, etc, calculated to serve the bent luterests of tbe State, and have a most favorable chance to redeem all cam paign promises. in a severe soaln wnnd, and that tbe only residence Binu Williams made was to Sflze his assail ni oy ne conar, uuiv him iu the face with his had and alter- wards threw him ou tn- noor. v imams was discharged on motion of tbe District Attorn-y. There was a large orowa at ihe trUl most or wnom werj nruvnri. The case ol Dinglo was set tor hearing to-morrow ruoruiog at 11 o clock. A hire" and powerful street lamp was ou the morniLg of tbe 2 1, placed in po. sltion, slfys tbe Virginia Cbrouicle, iu front of the Miners' Union Bull on B street. It is two feet in length and twenty two Inch's in diameter across tbe laoe. Tne reflector will throw a flood of light two or three buudred yards in op p.iite directions, illomiuatiug the aide. walk a uiook ou, norm ana bouiu. me lamp is suspended from tbe porch above, and la snrmonmeu ny ugurru ui iwu miners, one of whom is swinging a pink and tbe other Is leaning npon a enovei. They were cut out of tin from actual pbotogrnpbs, and are natural ond life like. Prom tbe bottom of the lamp, the btdue of tbe orgatiizttiou, consmliug of a P'ck, hammer aud shovel, in gilt, de pends. Around tbe margin of tbe re- tl-otor, on either side are inscribed tbe words, "Miners' Union Hall." Tbe lamp will be a general convenience to tbe neighborhood during tbe dark nights ol the approaching Winter. It was man ufactured by Mr. lljno, a tinner in this city, at an expense of f 300. The Caltfornla battery mill on F street, opposite the Consolidated Virginia hoist ing works, snys the Virginia Chronicle, Is being roofud in. The frame work of the hnilJiiig at the rediiclug aud amalga mating mill at the head of Six-mile Can yon U lip and will soon be enclosed. Tin. fmimlatioii work for the machinery is ndvnnciug rapidly, and immense blocks ol stone for tbe engine-beds are lining received. Several large boilers are already on the ground, nud pieces of niactiinery are scattered about the build lug ready to he pinned in position. The building that is being erected over the C. & 0. shaft attracts attontion by its sing ular shape. The front, fucing east, is perpeudicular, while the rear, from the cone of the roof, slopes away a couple of hundred feet toward the ground. Tbe new machinery at tbe shaft is being erected a rapidly as possible. Work has ceased upon the C. & C. shaft, ns the water at the present depth leet) proves loo much for the pnmping ma chinery heretofore ill use. This will be removed anil the heavy machinery put in place. Several weeks will be required lor this work, aud the sinking will be resumed. Morgan " M, Truaf-e Mil Morgan II M, Tmatee zu Morgan H M, TruaU 2'i Morgan II M, TraaUw 24.1 Morgan II M, Truatee 'itt Morgan H M, Trustee Mi-Nell John ''hi Minor B B, Truatee '"' Minor B B, Truatee 21 Minor II B.Trualee Minor B . Truatee Neeiulth J F J"? PartridKe It C, Trtimee Kedilcb H 220 Raymond Henry, Tmatee... 2(.'J liayruoua neurjr, . Itsymond Henry, Truatee.. .2Til luymond Henry, Triito...273 Raymond Henry. Truatee... 'J74 Raymond Henry. Tnisteo...75 Raymond Henry, Truatee... D7h Raymond Henry. Trtco...277 Raymond Henry, Truatee.. .278 Raymond Henry, Tmatee.. .279 Raymond Henry, Truatee... iMO Hkerrltt E I"s Hkerrltt E, Truatee 14H Hkerrltt K, Tmsteo 1411 Hkerrltt E, Truatee 160 Hkerrltt F Tmatee 161 Hkerrltt E. Truatee 162 Hkerrltt F.,Truteo 163 Hkerrltt F Truatee 1M Hkerrltt E, Truatee -ir.il VlmontJN 30 WadeAP.TruaUO 212 Wade A P.Tmateo 290 Wade A P. Truatee irW And In scenrdanre with law, and an order ot th Board of Piiwctora, made on tue twnty-aixtn dav "f Jnly 1H79, an man? ahares of earh parcel of aurh atoe aa mav be neccaaary. will be aold at public auction, at the office of the corporation no Mnnrfav. theiioth da v of ftontomber. 1S7S. at the hour of one o'clock p. m. of raid dav. to nav aald delinquent aaeesament thereon, together with costa of advertising and expenses ot the sale. HENRY M. MOntJAW, Hecretary. OflloeUS Leldendorff street. Boom 10. Han Fr-nclaco. California. sei ia m ts m l' M 16 IS Ml IA KiO m HO 1 00 60 IS inn ) lno 3" V, 1 sn ir, 1 60 10 3 In :i 10 3 M 60 16 Ml 16 COO 160 6H0 150 WK) 160 4ll0 J0 hiu :'i luo ; 6,1 is pat :m ni :m 6U IS 260 IS 60 IS 6ll 1". M 13 I 60 IS 611 IS Lai :ai IIHI 'M km i :io 600 160 (i iT. IkT 50 M5 1H7 60 260 7S Vt 7S 260 76 luo Si Ji 7 60 6(io lrn () Ml 1IHI HO luo :is lim :) 1 1 Ml M lis) HO 110 HO . llM) HO li.ii :m m.i :vt 260 "5 60 16 60 16 60 It 611 15 til IS 611 16 100 'M 100 HO IHU 30 10OI) 3110 2m a) etto WO 270 B00T8 AKD EHOES. J. B. STEPHENS, f3l FASHIONABLE SAN FRANCISCO BOOT-MAKER, I pper Mala Street, djlnlng Let of Fire Department. H AVISO JUST RECEIVED HIS BrKI-"u and Hunnuw Stock. i now ready to n jte to order Boots and Rboea of every nearnpiion, of aaperler material d workmanship. HIVING BOOTM MADE TO ORDER, GENTS' DRESS BOOTS A SPECIALTY. Alnr lone nrartlral einerlence in the huai- neaa, I am enabled to auarantee my cuatoaiera that I tan produce an article that raLDot be Deal lor Xlyle. HI, uaraonii f l.o.pi.eaa I.. Town. . 0,Ttv.a r.epairiiif; dore. i. o, t-r iur2b-tr C. V. UOBTOM, a. acowriita Boots, Boots, Boots. ti'nrmv t ciiiurirrn muillUii AlIinEtlUEin, GEOCEEIES, PEOYISIOKS. PH. FELSENTHAL MAIN STREET LARGE STOCK MAIN" SUtt.KT, Pioriir, Adjoliiln:: i II". 1 -ar;o k Co. ARF, PREI'ARF.D TO MANrFACTl RF, AI L kluita of auuerlur Ouatom-made BooU, Nailed, Pegged, Screwed or Sewed, fiom the beat brands of French Ktck. MIMVU UOOTM their eiMrialty. We will Rnarantea onr Hewed French Call BooU and Oaltera to l equil to any ever niaue In the Btate. A 0000 KIT WARRANTED, OR NO HAI.B. Pini'M l l.Alt ATTKNTIOnf ual.l to rtRfAIHINO. rOm Prlcea will conform to the Tliuea. MO It TON A NC'll WKIOEIT. tnymt SALOONS. FULKS & Mo ALP IN, IMPORTER, WHOLIBAI.I AKD RETAIL DSALtaa IS Fine Wines9 Liquors and Cigars Proprietors Cosmopolitan Saloon, Meadow Valley Street, rtlHE PROPRIETORS TAKE PLEASURE IN 1 informine old patrons and new ones that they will continue, aa heretofore, to keep THE PINEBT wxxras, JjIQtjotib AND OZOAns IN THIS MARKET. Sl2-tf & NICCKSMORS TO A, C. GORDON. IMPORTERS AND WH0LE8ALI DIALERS IN Wines. Liquors tfe Cigars Flro-Proof Bulldlnsr, La- cour street, 1JETWI.ES THE rORTOFFICE tND jrsTICE'8 OFFICE, PIOCHB ..... NEVADA. Goods Takenjn Storage. fN CONNECTION WITH TBE ABOVE A I neat la attached, where nothing but fine I.l.iaera seleeteit from the above atock will be diapenaed. myin-ir List it LotiOKs Tbe following is a list of loilges that held regular meetiDgs in the Odd Fellows' Hall at Virginia, which was recently destroyed by fire, as reported by the Gold Hill News: Odd Fellows Mount Davidson No. 3, Nevada No. 7, Virginia No. 10, Olive Branch No. 12, Eebecoa No. 1, Pioneer Encampment No. 1, Silver Star Encampment No. 7, aud tbe Grand Lodxe, Virginia and E-eurinl Lodge, f. A. fc M , Knights of PytLias and Improved Order of Ued Men. . . The Silver State ia informed that new tar fl front points East to Winne unices is now being prepared. Unless , the road has better terms to offer this sohedule will be a matter of but little in terest to the residents of Nevada, who hsve but link) ( .iino, th Central Paoifio acting u ill wy deoent. ilVK 'lllOl'HAND 1011 TUIt OP A boy. John r itzgerahl, three-year-old boy, was killed by drinking a poisonous solution for Itiniiuating one ol tne ves sets of Ihe National Steamship Company, in which the child mid his parents were eteertute uasseneers. The poison bad been negligently left after the fiituioa tion in an exposed position. It had been prepared by the health ofllcers iu tin driukinc cans furnished by the stewards. The Oeueral Term of the Hupreme Court yesterday amrmed judgement given iu favor of the father lor .uoo. NEW TO-DAY. .1. (!. IlKNnKRSOK. Oeo. T. Kivra, & RIVES HENDERSON Stock Brokers, I AVE MOVED TO THE BHICK HMLIU INO orrunleil tiy Wells. Vararo 4k Co., Main atreet, whi re thry nil! continue to BUY tfe SELL STOCKS HTRIOTI.Y UN t'OKIMINNlON, CORRESPONDENTS; Meurs. WOODS J. KltKEBOItN, Stock brokers. Messrs. 1VK1.1.S, FAItOO & TO., Bankers, lurt-tl SAN FRANOIBOO. ARMORY HALL. ITS SAFETY. At the riqntat nf Col. Rabin, the ui.drral;nrd have caiefully examined Armory Hall in refer ence to its Mi'ety for public uac, and tftrr anch eiamlnation we iroiiounce the building Incur opinions entirely aafe. Thecrnmbllne of the brick In one ol the plera of the building l caoaed by a allfht nettling of the building some months ainre and the dripping of water from h v.ier an'ut unon the nnrs. cauainir in. m toexcand. We eonalder the Hall aafe and free from any uanuer wuru uivu w ... uiiii-.n. . JOHN A. STEELE, Arrhttect and Builder. T. M. RICHARDSON, E, O WOOD, A. SNODORASS, a, (1.1 w Contrsctora and Builders, Sheriff's Sale. BT VIRTrE OF AN ORDER OP BALE 13 med out of the Dlatrlct Court, In ami for the County of Llneoln, State of Nevada, and to me directed and delivered, for a Judgment ren dered In said Court, on the 30th day of July, A. D. lf.74. In favor of John H. Rice, aaalgnce of 0. P. Pherwood. and W. H. Sherwood, and agatnat Willlum Stansfleldand Annte StanaSeld, for tbe sum of I7.838 it in sold coin, and inter, eat thereon from July 3flth, A. O. 187, at the rate of 3 H per cent per month in like gold coin until paid, with coata taxed at date of laauauce of this order of aale at fits. 50 in gold coin, and also the further sum of $793.85 fixed hy Bald mortgage and allowed by the Court aa counsel foe of foreclosure, with interest thereon from July 30th, A. D 187. at the rate of 10 per rent. t, annum until nald n like gold coin with ac. crulrr coata, I have levied upon tho following Ueacrilieil properly, to wit : Th. A.m. rinilnu and rjarticular liouudarlrs of the property authorized to be aold under and by virtue or thla decree, so tar aa the aame can be aacertained from the mortgage above referred to ur from the complaint filed in this action, are aa follows, to wit : All of that certain real eatatc or town lot or lots situate on the west aide of Main atvect, in tho town of Plcche. County of Lincoln, State of Nevada, and nearly opposite the late reBidence of P. L. ShoafT, the aamc be. inn toentv.five fret front on Main street and extending back an equal width seventy-five feet, conveyed to tho wild Wm. Htanatleld by Julia Oolden ny ueea oi uaie e'iJieuio.T ou, . D. 1S74, and being the premises on which now aumta that certain building now and formerly known as tho Star Restaurant, also all of that certain lot of land convoyed to said William Stanatleld by Joseph McClain by deed of date October 17th, A. D. Ib72, the same being situated on the aald west aide of aald Main street, in aaid town nf Pin, he. and being the south twt-nty tevt of lot No. 29. according to the Asaeaaor'a map of aid town for aaid year, tne aaiu loi ueing twen ty feet front on aaid Main street, and extending back sn equal width ecventy feet. AIho that certain tract or parcel of land situ ate in said town on the aaid west Bide of aald Main street, conveyed to the aaid William Btanafleld by Tim Coakley, by deed of date No. veinbrr lHth. A. D. lt)73, the nald tract com. menclng on said Main street at s point tifty-two f.t frnm the northeast corner of lot owned by Floral Springe Water Company, and running thence in a weaterly direction on Main Btreet Beven (7) feet, thenc running back an equal width one hundred feet more or hue. all of the aald trade of land being and lying contiguous on said atreet, the eaiti iracia oi tana ami preni In u itiove described being known aa lola forty aeveu (7) and forty-elght H) In Block thirty (301 aocoidluij to the odicial map of add town of Ploche. Notice Ib hereby given that ou Wednesday, the -twit Day or Sept A. u. 1X73, it ihe front door of Coiirt-houae in aaid Liu colu county, I will sell all the right, title and Intereat OI saiu ucit-iuiania nuunui Bfcsiieut-iu and Annie Stanatleld in and t the above d K rrllwd nronertv. at l'i o'clock m.. at public auc tion for cash In hand to the highest and beat bidder, to satisfy aald jutlemcut and said ora.-i of sale, sccording to the terms thereof, with In terest and all coats and acctning coata In I'. gold colu. Dated Ploche, 8-pt. th, lMTfS. A. FIFE, Sheriff, By O. Vianuu., Deputy Sheriff. seS-td J. O. MoCORMICK I nEKY I.CVV. EL It seems to Q ieen Victoria is duo tbe credit of hsvmg Colonel Buker dls missed from the army. Though the Prince of Wales, the Dtike of Cambridge and the War Secretary pleaded lor him, she wa-t determined ha should go, tud be went. The bank of Hancock & Co., at Green ville, Kentucky, was robbed of 127,000 on the night of fbe Cih lost. CORRESPONDENCE. riocuE, N.v., fept.FUh. 1K74. CII A3. VIVIAN, ESQ.: veni! viDin vicini This may truly be aaid of you, with a Blight alteration, however. Yoo came, wc saw, and roc conquered. Deairous as we are to do something in sc. knowledgment of our appreciation of your In. lmltable talent, we herewith beg t off. r you s complimentary benefit at any time or place you may suggest. Yours appreciatively. Thompson Campbell M. A. Fmnch 4. Caley Tbe ltepnblican State Convention of New York ootntnenced its labors at Sara toga yesterday. Gold closed In New York yesterday afternoon at 1.18'i. A. K. Arnold R. Scott D. L. Deal R M. B airns J. U. Oasaldy O. A. WlederuoU W, H. Henderson And many others. Henry Rives T. R. Butler W. W, Blehop It. P. Dayton A Brown i. H. Rice V. Holland PioniE, 8pt. stb, ie;s OEimEiiiN: your very kind letter I have juat received. Many thanks for sentiments expressed. n,eg.to,!?own.c? i'rWy September loth, at Haoley's Hall ss the time and place for pro. posed benefit. 'onrs very tralv, s9-t CHARLES VIVIAN, MAIN NT., r-IOfllK. MoCORMICK tc LEVY, PROPRIETORS. FINEST xvusruAS, UIQTJOIIB and OXO AHB. uaja7,tf THE CRYSTAL 8PRINCS WATER COMPANY IB now raxraRCD TO II ALL AND DFLIVFR WATKn IS LARflE X I or small quantities at reasonable rates, Tbe water la nan aaid aaft. Water Ticketa tor aale at II. H. Mohtenateln'a or from lien Parker, with the cart, and at the mar nutei Give the new Company a trial. It has come stay. Jy8-tf Dividend Notice. rrtHE STOCKHOLDERS a dap! a of KFVADA uat a, DS of Directors, 01- TBE STATE are hereby notified monthly meeting of the Board " or iu month of August of a Per Coat. on the amount of capital stock, payable at the ir.. l "eq n tales gom com oa riti PAY, the 10th Inat. . . i. W, WRIOHT. Bank Manager. Ploche. Key., September ad, 1876. ao3-td WANTED. partner with s,ooo. for par. tlcnlsrs. Inquire st the Kocoin Orrics. aul7-tf THE TA-JfC PROCEEDS of the HIKES Quarter Beginning April 1, 1875, and Ending June 30, 1875. NOTICE 18 HFRF.liY G1VFN THAT TI1E Tau-a on the Proceeds ot the Mines for the quarter eudlug June SO, 1K75, are now due and payable at (he office of the Assessor, at the Court-houap. The law In reiiard to their collcctit.n will be strictly enliirred. eu2ozw R. P. DAYTON, Aaaeaaor. OT ALL KINDS CP STAR HOTEL. STAR HOTEL, fllsli pioibe, mm m mm, HAS MOST COMFORTABLE ROOMS, ....ASD H.... FIRST-CLASS IN ALL RESPECTS. ...Tiii -sa a ri'llt A I III4, hA i n SI PPUKD WITH KVrKYTMl.Nti IiO.E TO MAKE ahk rfixg nmn tp ad wii.i, kruc. rifkT AM trilDU ATPR. AXn WM. Guests Comiortable and at Home. Baths will be Frre to Gn'lK of the nr.nae. STANSF1ELD PROPRIETOR apS.tf HOTELS & RESTAURANT. STAGE LIIfES. JUST ARRIVED ! DUFFIELD SAN JOSE HOTE MAiy STREET , PIOCHE NEVADA. riilll'. I'MiltflSiaKM) HAVINO 1 I tAHtLl this nojiular House, baa had the same tnoronhly r.-n-l oTal.-d and r. paimi. The R00M8 ARE LARGE AN1 tVfU VKNTIUMFD; TIIE TV.33XaH3 Will he supplied with the lt the market alforila, and no pains apared to make gucHts con.fartahle and at home. TUB BATIXS Will he aitpplied with hot and cold water. Chariea reasonable. A share of public patrr.nane is itsuictftilly BOli.ltod. A. 1). MII.I.KH, Prop'r. . July llili, 1875. jyll-tf SOUTHWESTERN STACE LINE. PIOtDUB ....TO 0.11 SALT , ML. -VlA- LAKI AND tup a FULL ASSORTMENT NEW YORK BAKERY ANB CITY. HUCH WHITE, rnnptuRTon. ONLY ONE NIGHT'S STAGING. THROUGH TO tTrMINUS I R IN 38 HOURS. Roatl Newly Sloiked wlilt Four and Nix-horae Teams anil Coiicoid Coaches, CARRYTNG V. S. MAIL. AND WF.UJI.FaU. OO CO. U LXPliKHH. STAGES LEAVE AT li A. 31. TnROl CII TICKETS TO RAN THAN CISCO, tor aale at WELI.H, FARGO ACO'S office in l'ioche. Fare the name aa via Uamilton and Palisade. Partl a holding Through Tlcktia can atop over at any point on t he ruad aa lcny aa they mav doBire. ij.Jl-tf LACOrK STREET, PIOCHE. HERMAN HORST, Proprietor. 1)IUVATEROOM8 ELEOAKTLY AND NEW LY furnished for Dinners, Call Supper and Wedding Parties. Meals at All Hours. OPEN DAT AND NIGHT for the accommo. dation of the Public. d'-H-tf GROCERIES. WHOLESALE RETAIL. SAN FRANCISCO RESTAURANT AUD U A. I5L 33 H. TT . S1EAD0W VALLEY STREET, Opposite Dexter Stable. Cibirlecl 4c Brlsacher, Proprietors. Fresh Oysters In every style. Open day and night for the accommodation of he public. nM-tf X3AHNUM EVERY OTHER DAY STAGE LINE. PIOOHE TO.... HAMILTON, AND HALF-DAILY FROM HAMILTON TO KOBIXKON AND SCHtELL CREEK, AND TRI-WKEKLY IE0M HAMILTON TOjOHmi OEEII. GILMEE4 SAL1SBUEY, Proprietors, CARRYING U. 8. MAIL AND WELLS. FAR OO s CO. '8 EXPRESS. The Thre Lines sa.wlw Storked with Fin. AMERICAN HORSES and ' new CONCORD COACHES. ttiagea leave Ploche at 0 o'clock A. HI., making close connection with Railroad Htm from Hamilton. Office at Wells, Fargo W Co. 'a. nll-tf A CAR LOAD aJF.ST-- COAL OIL, .irsT nv.civF.r. Antl for Salo Low MEADOW VALLEY STREET. OPPO. SITE MOTT, FISH K CO'S. rpniS RESTAURANT II A3 JC8T BEES X thoroughly renovated, newly papered, painted and tilted up in Arid-class style. Customers will find everything nerved up that the market aft'orda. AI L THE DELICACIES OF TUE SEASON. YOU CIH Mjm GET WHAT YOU CALL FOR. UOAKD by the Day Week or Month, on reasonable icruia. HALL OU PltlVATK PARTY SI'P PEKM aerved at the almrteat poasihle notice. ap3-tf JACOBS Sc. SULTAN Ploche A Bulllonvllle, WHOLESALE -Ar. Granger Chop-House, Lacour St., old PoetotlUe Builtllntr, NEW ION RICHARDS, Proprietor. j. mww & ro., MAIN STREET, PIOCHK NKVAI, IMPORTERS AND DBALER.S IN HAJ115WA H HI ' STOVES, CROCKERY, LASS WARE, and HOUSE U RN. ISH1NO OOODS. ManufsctUNTS ot Outps,Ttn sod Sheet-Iron Ware. Plumbers, steam and Oas Fitters. AOKNT I'HU DUPONT'S U:0N KKO BUSTING POWDER. f T tract lor Air ARK MOW PREPARED TO COM. . air Pine. Illowers. Furnace Pipe, Lilt Pumps, Ac, ol soy required alio and weight. Also Agents lor Ihe Celebrated Back's Patent Oook Stoves. p-tf PlOCHI, August 29th, 1S75. A IX MAS A oist. al., srsoere IX VI ASTER MA80NH, MEMBERS I St. John Lodae o. l r. A. hereby sotioed to appear Saturday, taa 4tls af September. At S p. m. at Masonic Hall. By order ot the W. M. auSl-td HERMAH EBAPHE, Sec'y. CLOTHIUC, HATS. Sec' - OK ALL Tins popiti.ar IIOl'SK ta now opened to the public and will be kept aa a nrat-class Chop-House. Meals at all Honrs of tho Day or Night. Meals cooked to order. Oyaters in every stylo. jall-f RETAIL IDFAI.E1S IN GENERAL MKUCIIANDLSK. PIOCHE, MONDAY, Sept. 6th, 1875. CHARLES VIVIAN, The well-known Comic Vocal it and Mimic, Author and Original Singer of Champagne Charley, Castles in tue Air, Ten Tuou. aand Miles away, aio ac, lie, has the honor to announce that he will present his calibrated Parlor Entertainment Aa ahove, when hi- will lie aaalatcd by Mail me J. Rvitrarth, Soprano, and Professor Uoaenaan, tbe brilliant Pianiat. Thla Entertainment baa been universally sue ceaalul on the Pacific Coast for over three years. For particulars see programmes. Admission, Ouc Dollar. C'HAS. FLANDERS. u:jl-td Business Manager. Particular Attention -l aid to PHILADELPHIA BREWERY, Main Street, Plot lie, Schustrich & Kleine, Prop'rs, 18 FURNISHING A SUPERIOR ARTICLE of LAGER DEER, In quantities to suit, st the lowest rates. Adjoining camps supplied on short notice. jeixMf Varieties, Styles nud Kinds AT TUE LOWEST liATES. Call and See iny Stock sol it FOR SALE at; HIGHLAND,' 30,000 BRICK. COUNTTIY ORDERS. nollf itrnx re RATE. Apply to 8CLD AT A REASONARLB J. J. HALP1N, Agent Tybo Mill sod Mining Co. JyM-lin BOONE & DOLMAN, AUENTS I0BTBB FISH BROS' AND MITCHELL WAGONS late invok e ok WAGONS, WAGON MATKBIA?' AND KXTRAM. -VRPER8 FOR ANf SIZE OF THEfE A"' J OSH promptly filled. Hay and Grain Depot, FREE CORRAL NORTH MAIN STREET. Pioche. June 15, 187S. -- TAKE NOTICE. IBB HAMILTON nTAOS Wgek'aa I Pioche at 0 A. Inateed of s o bsretofors, sfter Juns b Inst.