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THE PIOCHE DAILY RECORD.
TCEDAT. .DKCRMBER T. 1HT-V J. r. O'HALLORAN . . EDITOR. raiNKSR OFFICE of the Piocbi Daily Bico.d: Lynch'- Brfc-k Building. Leeour .treet, near Main, wtm au oruer. win i attended to oy vm. . uu--. THK PIOC'flR DAILY HKCORO IX ,Ba Cheape.t Ialaad Paper and Adrerll.lair Medium tha Pacific Oast. WovaJ' Subscription, 90 Caata. AdvortUInu at carre.pond Inff Low Rate, The RECORD Cir culate all aver tha Pacific Caa.t, nnd tlM la tha creator portion af tha thief Atlantic Cllle. anil Ea.t. ara State generally. THE RAYMOND AND INVESTIGATION. ELY THE INDIAN RKPORT. SeYwal investigations into tha man agement of mining companies have been had lately, bat in every instance the in quiry wait directed at claims more noted lor their lively turns than for their value as investments, s noticeable feature in eflch case being that the cariosity of the outside bolder as to bow the affairs of bis favorite were managed was not aroused until the stock touched bedrock. Hut a different deal in the investigating line is ' on the cards, and oue that will eioite more interest on the street than any one that has preceded it. This time Ray mond & Ely is the subject. The ''outs " in this mine have been growling for some time about the style the " ins " have in levying assessments when bullion to a large amount is turned out of tie company's mills, and some of lhm men of substance and many Aares have put their heads and puree- together and when things are sbip-npe. propose going after the management to find ont bow a three-dollar assessment came to be piled upon them when, they BBsert, $300, 000 is in the bands of Robert Morrow. The sbove is from the San Francisco Chroniole of the 1st inst., aud is the embodiment of several highly colored rumors and telegraphic reports that have been rife for tbe past week. The source from whence this oomes is hardly worthy ot notice and the thing itself may be briefly discussed and dismissed. The fact of " a large amount of bullion being turned out of the company's mills " is no reason that an assessment should not be levied if the company sees fit. It is a fact patent to all that an enormous ex pense baa been entailed on tbe running of the mine and in procuring tbe splen did outfit the mine now possesses. Its surroundings and conveniences are of a first-class order; the late Improvements have cost a considerable earn of money, tbe ultimate sncoess of tbe enterprise bnrdly admits of a doubt nnd to push tbe matter to a successful campletion re quires funds. As to tbe implied hoard ing of funds in Mr. Morrow's hands any one at all conversant with the affairs ot tbe mine knows the thing is ridiculous. It the stockholders, either " ins " or "outs " desire any investigation it is only right that they should have it. We are pretty well satisfied, now that this thing has been started, that Robert Morrow will court the fullest investigation and thus set at rest whatever disquietndo such rumors as the above may excite. THK CENTENNIAL FEUD. It is a matter of publio regret tout such an enterprise as the worthy represents ' tlon of Nevada at the coming Centennial is la danger of beooming an abortion through what appears to be the jealousy and private clashing ot the Centennial Board ot Commissioners. We have read the report of the meeting ol the 30th inst., as published In the Carson papers. The Appeal in lis report sums up the case thus: " It seemed to us, as we lis tened to tbe disoussion that tha points ol difference were hardly worth disputing about the main fact being admitted on both sides that Mr. Wbitehill had in a very decided and unequivooal manner ob jected to having the Mineralogist's duties made second to, or dependent upon any thing that Mr. Stevenson might be an tborized to do, and that the Executive Committee, not relishing his tone, oon eluded to dispense with his service. This, it seems to us, states the case as it stands, disentangled from any janglings or wrang nogs over minor declarations or tbe ex act manner ot sayiug and doing things The oollector and (proposed) Arranger of the cabinet of minerals has fallen out with the Executive Committee, or they have fallen out with him, whioh is all the same. That is tbe long and short of it." A liberal appropriation was made by the Legislature to give Nevada worthy show ing at the great show of 70, and as a collection of mineral ores was deemed essential Messrs. Stewart and 'Whitehill made a tour of the entire State, Wng successful in seouring a complete and valuable display as an exponent of Nevada's wealth. As we understand it 'twould aesia aa though the desire on tbe part ot thoss gentlemen to make this a special feature of the show is oombated by positive wish on the part of C. C Stevenson and one or two others to erect a quartz mill and put U Into operation auring me centennial, me arguments and objections raised and urge! would fill a volume, and cannot well be con densed. To champion either side would be folly. There seems to be on the part of tbe Board a tendency to forget that they are the State's servants, and that in their present oapaoity tbe saooess of Ne vada g share in tbe renown attached to the Centennial is in their hands. Tbe Board should do either of two thiugii, and that at once, compromise and work unitedly or else let tbe dissatisfied resign i and take their bickerings and recrimina-' tions along with them. As tbe matter now stands it looks very much like child's play, and it would oertainly be a , shame to allow private interests and de sires to be made paramount to what the Board should have most at heart, vix: tbe renown, prestige and advancement ot the Silver State's interests. Since the above was in type we learn that H. B. Whitehill has tendered his resignation. If one or two more would follow sujt tbe Centennial pot might not be so liable to boil over. , Tbe Commissioner of Indian Affairs bas given to the publie his annual report. In the telegrapbio condensation of this statement we find be opposes tha trans fer of the Indian Bureau to tbe War Department, but recommends I hit the purchase, inspection and transportation of goods and supplies for subsistence be done by the Government. A little fur ther on he makes note, iu tbe highest terms, ot the aid affordod lay the differ ent religions bodies of the country, and earnestly hopes that Congress will remove the difficulties which have here tofore been experienced in procuring the enactment of laws and the necessary appropriations tor tbe training and education ot Indians. None but tbe best men should be appointed Agents, aud Le expresses the hope that tbe Government will still be inclined lo call on the religious bodies of the oonntry to name lbs men. ' It Is possible that Commissioner Smith has, in this been actuated by the highest motives of patriotic philanthropby but yet it cer tainly does not look that way, but rather as if he were iu collusion with tbe nin compoops who are at present running that branch of the Governmental service. It is to be regretted that Grant and Congress have been of a different opinion in relation to this Indian aervioe and till more so that Grant was not per mitted to put bis plan into execution for In tbls he oertainly was right.. lie tried bard to have the duty of feeding and managing tbe Indians delegated to regular army officers men who are always lu contact with and who thorough ly understand the Indian but Congress thwarted his oommondable efforts by passing a bill turning every military officer out of the U. S. service who would be found with an Indian Agency. Tbe Indian business is badly managed, noods a Department , of its own, distinct in details and subor dinate only to the Government, if this cannot be attained the next best thing is to turn it over to the War Department But Commissioner Smith is willing that they should do tbe purchasing, inspec lion and transportation of Indian goods and let the " roligious " people have tbe sutler department of the affair, let them run tbe agencies where the " fat takes " abound. If this is not lua case it cer tainly looks that way. After a perusal ot the Commissioner's report it may be asked why is it suoh a difficult matter to cet those Indian aubsidios properly dis tributed. The reason is a simple one With the exception of tbe Indian De partment all the other governmental dis bursements are made to civilized people with business understandings and who know when they are cheated or justly dealt with. All this the Indian is defi cient in. Throe-fourths of the time he doesn't know whether he is cheated or not, and even with the knowledge of foul play he is helpless. For this reason tbe disbursing of Indian supplies Bhould be given to men who are disciplined, sup posedly moral, and with tbe inoentive of promotion to augment official zeal. The Indian servioa needs business men at its bead and throughout its ranks, not mis sionarieH. In bis report Commissioner Smith expresses the hope "that tbe Government will be still inclined to call on tbe religious bodies ot the country to name the men." If Commissioner Smith is right, a great field ot Industry opened up for tbe different religious com mnuities in this country. It they ore needed to manage Indian affairs and are tbe only class ot society that can success' fully grapple with those affairs' attendant difficulties, we need them in every dopart ment ot publio service. We need holy men in the internal revenue offioes, pious missionaries in the Custom House, and the odor of sanctity Bhould likewise be diffused throughout the Treasury aud Naval Departments This may ba the thlna we long have sought, and inourued because we fouu it not. If the Indian needs proteotio that nothing but the churoh can give, might be well to hand the whole Govern ment over to the church. The whole civil service need reforming, the whites Are nearly as bad off as the reds, and the unfortunate tax-payers of Washington or New York are in as unfortunate a pre dicamcnt as Bitting Bull or Red Cloud But we are inclined to the opinion that the worthy Commissioner is laboring under a great mistake. . He evidently starts on the propsitiou that all church members are clean of heart, pure of pur pose, aud possessed of business ability. Granting the first two qualities.it will be found iu ninety-uino cases out of a hun dred the last oue Is wanting. Far be it from us to decry or attempt to ridicule religion, but tbe faot of professing religion does not imply an abiding faith in Divine precept or a literal following in daily practice of the same. There are thousands of good, pure men and women with a zealons desire to promote God's glory, with a fervent faith and a daily delight in communing with their Creator, wno are actuated by too purest aud sin- cereat motives, aud who serve as a bea con to many and aro an honor to their race, but such people are rarely possessed of the business tact requisite in dealing with Lo, and those who at the same time profess religion aud a fitness for trans. acting such secular business must neces sarilyespecially in tue jight 0f recent events be viewed with a certain degree of distrust. Commissioner Smith would put a premium on the profession of reli gion which would sadly weaken the qual ity of the artiole. The religious people who have been in tbe Indian service have not lout any additional weight to the Commissioner's theory by their actions, but rather the reverse, and it is certain in this as in every other branch ot pub licity, the total separation of Church and State is necessary to prevent bad feeling ana aisgracei ut olasning. We bad always snppoMd the Cntsan Tribune was an independent newspaper and have at various tiofS rend itb a degree of t satisfaction sever! little editorial note iu rela'.ioa existing abuse' and a desire for better thing. For this reason we regret to see in that DSDer's issue of the 2ud iust.. the state ment that it Inteoil to rem in with the old Republican party until a b'iUr shall be inaugurated with better men t tbe head, and a better record lo fall bac on. It may be that tbe editor of that paper considers this to be a prerogative of an independent journalist but in IJjirf we are forced to differ with him, A visitor to a hostile camp goea either in the guise friend or a spy. Should that paper see fit to shape its political expressions accordance with parly dictate of course it has per'et right to do so, but ahould it desire tbe advancement of truth and reform or the dawn ot a brighter day in political matters it can not help tbe matter along by such course aa the Tribnue declares it will adopt. A HmtDBtD Ykib H-kcb Has any editor lost anything? The Eureka Sen tinel ot tbe 2Htb nit., and tbo Humboldt Register of the 29th contain editorials under tbe above heading, worded exact ly alike. Brace it would be impossible for tbe Sentinel to resch tbe Register office the next day after publication, it is evident that both editors conceived the idea of stealing the article about the same time. But who is the loser? Will not one of those editors be kind enough to inform us. Give the man credit, you old thieves. Carson Tribune. Tbe editorial columns of the Chicago Inter-Ocean supplied the grist that time. Tbe Postmaster General's annual re. port recently published shows the re ceipts of the department tor 1875 to have been $29,4il,3G0, and the expenditures I33.C11.309. The receipts exceed those of 1874 1 13 100 per cent., and the ex penditures 4 C2-100 per cent. The amount drawn from the Treasury was $4,716,320, or $543,600 less than for 1874. LImT or LETTERS EMA1NINO IS THK POSTOFFICK AT Pirvh v.. n- i 1R7S. If not railed for in four weeks tliey will I "' n' Dead ieiier umoe. CLOTHING. ETC. HcOonnick John I McOovern Jaa McGovern An-uatu Muegrove M W Mec.mey Pat O'Nell Win O' Brine Thou O'Neil Hugh O'Neil J no Parker Hiram Ferine B i Pearson I Qninlao Fat 1 Kein turrit T W Kegan Michael Roger Oinou Hjme Frank Howe John Barren Han Htiune Arthur Hues Timothy 8 Bheridan John Skinner Jaa W Hichtermann II Smith It B Smith Thos Small J W Smith Mr and Mrs In Stock. Mra Mary Hykea B HteltiDg Mr Martha Toole Martin Tone John Vancen Win W Vivian Johnson Wagner Maater Jan Westfall BPS West Silas W Wilson A C Williams Semi Wilton 0 E Willanen John Wright M John Young A A A -demon Mra Curia Battel! Mike Haehmann It Bennett W N Butler Thoa Drown Miaa Ida Barton Alonio i Butier Talewn lloan B W llrlek Wm hock Jno U Bovle Neil Bolark F P Can Miaa Maggie Chapman Leslie Clark Mra Esther Craer Mim Phehe Currey James Coulter A M Curti. T p Davfci 1 J lart Geo Ilavia T a norfejr Mrs Tervona Earner Konrad Ferftuson Peter Forbes J A Oauter John Oil! Peter Olpfleb I fterrana Jno II Ooedicke M Greenleaf C I. Orowa Mra Jane S Harria Wrar Harden Nellie Hollar N 8 Hoey k Nixon James AuRtintn Jameson HMD Johnaon A L Jamea W E Kelly P Iavill Uvi Louia J 1 ionr.ii;N lettem. Boiiout Joa Rebles Ramon T'DRChoua Persona rallinK for the above letters will pleane say "Advertlned." CHARLES F. MEYERS, P. M. THE MK -OF- PIOCHE WraiDEYJJ00DS, ETC. ONWARD! DFffiOIi! FOR PARTICULARS, APPLY AT JOS uinrs It would seem as though Moody and Sankey are running the thing in the ground. John Wanamaker, the great clothing man of Philadelphia, has them in hand now and corallines ready-made clothes and Gospel truths in his usual vigorous style. The proposition made some time ago by Gautemala to San Salvador and the other three Central American republics to unite under one " ring, will probably be accepted. The local of the Humboldt Register announces the cannibalistio fact that he would,' on the 4th instant, have a goose for dinner. Intelligence was brought from Treas ure Hill on Wednesday morning last says tbe White Fine News of the 4tb, that another rich bonanza had been struck in one of the Eberhardt & Aurora com pany's workings. Of course this was welcome and joyfol news to tbe citizens of Hamilton, as this company at tbe pres ent time is our main support, and every thing that is beneficial to them is also a God-send to our people. It is stated that tbe ana did not so muon astoniBb tuose connected with the mine as it did the outsiders, for a 200-foot drift was being run to strike the ledge that was found. Tbe ore just discovered is at a depth of 280 feet, or about eighty feet lower than any body of ore was ever found in the workings, and is pitching eastward into tbe bill, wnicu is a contrary direction to all other bodies of ore heretofore found. At this writing no idea of the extent of tbe find can be approximated, but Fore man Maxwell has seen enough to war rant him in giving the workmen a "blow out" down in the mine. The character of the ore la very similar to that fonnd in the Eberhardt in early times, and should it prove to be a large body, as is confidently expected, tbe company have indeed found a very rich bonanza. We hope to be able iu our next issue to give all particulars iu regard to this new disoovory. NEW TO-DAY. Holiday I'resknts. Just received a great variety of inottors, book marks, card-board, embroidery silk, etc La dies' and children's shoes. Call st the Fancy Goods Store of n. Stein, Loeour street, adjoining Kkcord business othce. tl Daily Enterprihi!, Sentinel, S. F. Call, Salt Lake Tribune and 8. F. Courrier sold by W. It. Wilson, dealer in music, ransio paper, school-books, reading matter, cigars nnd tobacco. Corner Main and Meadow valley streets. t( Tuk man said to have brought the " plains across " mid a wheelbarrow in '40 is a myth. Cut it is the " frozen truth " that mellow drinks or high toned cigars at Fanaca boioon for one price! one bit! FiiF.sn shell oysters received by every j stage and served in any style to order at tha nan irnnciKco llestaurant and and Bakery, Meadow Valley street, by Uibtned lirisacner. tl Finn CKimFicATF.s. The name of any member of the Fire Department printed in their fire certificates in any style of type for fifty cents, by applying at the office of the Piocnrs Daily IIecoiid, La- conr street. tf. riKw millinery uoons. i nave on hand a fine assortment ot fashionable hats for ladies and children which I offer for sale at prices to suit tbe times, "tf Mbs. Ward, Laeouf street. u you want any tin ware, sheet iron and copper ware manufactured or repair ed, and also plumbing at very low prices. go to J. J. Halpin & Co., who employ none Dut nrst-ciass workmen. tt The Message says: That we are at peace with our own conscience and "the rest of mankind" are privileged to do their drinking at Panaca Saloon, Lacour street, only one price: one bit! lw Da, J, S. Hammond bas established an office over the State Bank. Residence Jus. Finley's bouse, Cedar street. Maple syrup, cranberries and this year's catch of mackerel, just received, at y 1. C 1'nCJADE s. Full assortment of groceries and pro visions at T. C. Pomade's, Meadow Val ley street. "tf. Pearl ais, reliable goods, at Panaca saloon, laconr street, une price : one bit ! lw Imported sherry, at fonjade a. Choice ranch butter and White River cheese just received at Poujade's. "tf Best brands ot Tobacoo aud cigars at roulade s. tf Go to Alexander's for your drugs. OPPOSITION STORE1 WHO BROUGHT CLOTHING PRICES DOWN IN PIOCHE! JOS. RICH, at- OP POSITION STORE. WHO MAKE THK MONOP OLISTS SO.VEAI. ! JOS. RICH, OPPOSITION STORE. WUO HAH THE t HOICK GOODS 1 JOS. RICH, AT- OPPOSITION STORE. WHO RECEIVE 10, OOO WORTH OP NEW GOODS TO BUCK AGAINST MONOPOLY! JOS RICH., AT- OPPOSITION STORE. , port and claret wines "tf T REWARD! MIKKR HUNDRED DOLLARS RE WARD and one-fourth of aur Treaaura recovered, will be paid (or the Arrest anil Conviction of the For. son who Robbod the Hamil ton nnd Plorlm Stair" Ou Saturday Kvenlug, December atb, 1875. E.B.Morr, Ja., Bacntneuio. 0. H. Fiau, nocne. WHO IS GOING TO SELL CLOTH. INQ AT HALF PRICEI JOS. RICH -AT - OPPOSITION STORE. WUO IS TUK soli: AGENT KOlt ATKINSON'S SHIRTS I JOS. RICH AT OPPOSITION STORE. d7-tf WELLS, FAItOO k CO. By W. K. GRIFFIN, Agent. TREASURER'S OFFICE, Ploche, Dec. 6, 1 875. j rilO THE HOLDERS OF CERTIFICATES OF X - ImlwbtadDeas of Lincoln County,' Nevada, accrued prior to ine Mi day ol Aiirll, A. D. 1H7S: Wharcaa. Ihrre la now the nm of Two Thonaand Dollar In the livdomjitlon runn. i oert-uj noiuy iuo noiuera 01 aaiu imlebtedneaa that sealed propoaala for Ilia aur render of the aame will be received at my ofnre np to the aiat day of December, A. D. 1K7.1, In accordance win an Act of the Legi lature of the Stale of Nevada, approved March 4th, A. D, 1H75. JMll.tM VI 11.LE.1, d7-td Treasurer. What clever thing it would Le for Grant to wind np that 16,000-woid mes sage ba sends to Congress to-day with tbe declaration that lie would not aocept third Urn. We thought it would come. . " Miss Catharine Reedier " is now of tba publibUed opinion that when Henry wrote those effusions and sobbed and blubbered to Tilton. Moullon and Mrs, M., that he was temporarily insane. Oer tainly be was. This opens np another field of disoussion. The thing is good for all Winter, MOTT, FISH & CO.. Meadow Vetlley at. PIOCHE - - - NEVADA, IMPOHTE1TS And Dealers in HARDWARES. MILL AND MINING SUPPLIES. Blacksmith's Iron and Hardware, Steel, STO "V Hi & A. net Tinware. tet-tf Ploche Silver Mining? Company. Location of principal place ol buainetw, San I rancleco, California; location or woraa, Ely Mining Dlatrlct, Lincoln county, Nevada: Notice la hereby Riven that at a meeting of the Directors, held on the nrat day of liecein- ber, 1875. an aaeusament (No. 11) ot Fifty Cents 160c) Der .hare waa levied upon the capital Block of tha corporation, payable Immediately, In United States gold cola, lo the Secretary, at the effloe of the company, lo. ais California afreet. Han Vranolaco. California. Anvatock unon which thia aBseaament snail remain unpaid on the Klevenlh day of Jan arv. 1S70, win be delinquent, ana aaver- tiaea ior sale at punuc anction, ana unieea pay ment la made before, will be sold on Tuee nay, tne eiirntn aav or rehraarr. isie. to pay the delinquent aaaeaament, together with coata ol advertlung and expenses ol sale, CUAB. K. ELLIOT. Secretary. Ofllce Boom 28, 41S California street, Ban I Franclaeo, California. d7-td MRS. J. D. HICKOX, iJICOUn . STREET, HAYING JUHT RETURNED FROM BAN Fruiclevo, hu received Large Anftort- Uicnt of LADIES' AND MISSES' HATS. BONNETS, And all kinds ol FALL MILLINERY. Ribbons of all colore and abadea. Flowers. Feather., t. All (uoda of tbe laMt and most ppniTna nyies. osu FOR THE! HOLIDAYS. P. HEITZELMAN, CITY JEWELER, MAIN STREET, 1TA8 RECEIVED FOR THE IIOUDAYH A 11 Large Aeaort ment of Jewolry, amd- NOTICE. LL BILLS AND AOOOUHT8 DUE THE independent Market, lately laa reenleaf k Dobblna. muat be paid Immediately to i. 1. Dobblna or Fred. al. Pierce, at the Jimtlce Office, Lacour atreet, anil all bill, due by the aald Arm muat be Dresenled to toe aoere panic (urluwltn. oll-lf i. U. P0BBIMI. A LL A, 11 by 11 r Salvor Waro, Which k. offers at prices to ult tha times All good) aolJ warranted at represented dl-tf P. BEITZELHAN WUO MKLLB ATKINSON'S Hill UTS FOR (1.T3 RACIII JOS. RICH AT OPPOSITION STORE. ONWARD! TRIUMPHANT ! JONAS COHH DEFYS COMPETITION! -AND- WILL CONTINUE TO SELL HIS WHO LIAS RKCKIVEO ONE HUN DRED DOZEN MI4SIOX t'NDKH S1IIRTH AND DRAWERS T- OP AN INCH THICK 1IKAVY. SELLS TUKIU . FOR St. 75 A PAIRI JOS. RICH i AT OPPOSITION STORE. WHO SELLS M ITS OF CLOTHING FOR 910.00 THAT WERE FORM KRLY HOLD AT S30.00I JOS. RICH AT OP POSITION STORE. WHO HELLS HATS, FCRMSHINU GOODS. VNDBRWEAR. BOYS' SUITS, RATS, CAP. BOOTH HHORS, AT HALF PRIORI Jos. Rich. AT Opposition Store. JOSEPH BICH, Popular Opposition Clothier oivis uk my Kraauoiti for i am Dying Dying! Dying -AT 8UCH- -THAT- ASTONISHES EVERYBODY BEING A PIONEER I!J THAT LINE OF BUSINESS, IT IS Impossible for any NEW CONCERN" To Undersell Him! COME ONE! COME ALL! ND SATISFY YOl'RSELVES, L YOUR GUIDES AND YOUR POCKET-BOOK WILL UK li.ti.tr SAN FRANCISCO RESTAURANT SAN JOSE 23 A. I3L H3 H. "XT MEADOW VALLEY STREET, Ovpoiilte Dexter Stable. Glbfrled fc Brtuacber, Proprietor.. Ftsali Oysten In every style. Open day and nlitht fur the accommodation ol be public. uM-tf Granger Chop-House, Laioor at., old Po.totllce Uulldlng, NEWTON RICHARDS, rropneior. m & THIS POPULAR UUUbK " la now opened to the public and will be kept aa a firet-claas Chop-Uouge. Meal at all Ilouraof the Day or Night. Meal cooked to ordnr. Oysters Id every atyle. Jall-tf ACADEMY OF ST. MARY'S, OP XJTA.IX. MAIN STREET, PIOCHE NEVADA . 1 1HE UNPEHHIONED I.AVINO LEASED thin popular House, liHH had tlie name thoroughly rn- OTtttetl ami rcpamM. l lie ROOMS ARE LARGE AND WELL VENTILATED; '1'IIF TAT3LE Will be supplied with the beat tbe mu-M afford., aud no pain, spared to make e comfortable and at home. TZZX3 DATIIB Will he anpplled with hoi and cold vatr Charge, reeftunabl. A shore ol publio patronage is respectfully aollrlted. A. D. MILLER, Prop'r. July 11th, 18T0. jyll T 111IS FINK BRICK ACADEMY, LATELY erected on lat Went Street. Salt Lake CUT. is now autllcteutly completed to accommodate boarder. In a healthful and pleasant manner. The Sister, offer the advautaKe. of thorough education to young adira intrusted to their care. TERMS: For one bR8lon of five mouths, In. -hilling Board, Bedding, Wanning, and Tul- ' Mob In English Branch. 12fi (10 Instrumental Music. 30 Oil I'se of Instrument A 00 Languagea, each 10 1)0 Private Vocal Le..ou. , , SO 00 " ' Class 00 ' Drawing Leaaon. 50 00 General Vocal Class vbkx " Drawing Class riiKK Each Pupil ahould be furnished with 6 Tow els. 6 Napkin., 1 Knife, 1 Fork, 1 Teaspoon, 1 Tallies poou, I Silver Goblet, and iufneient Clothing. Ternia are invariably in advance. No deduc tion made for withdrawing pupil, before the end of their aesalon, unlc. iu case of aleknes. or dismissal. For further particular., apply to MOTHER M. AUGUSTA, Superior. Salt LaU City, Utah Territory. nil-lot HOSPITAL OF THE HOLY CROSS. 'WE BISTERS OF THE HOLY CROSS X opened on Monday, October -5th, 1M76, Their Large Brick Hospital, On Fifth East Street, between South Temple and First South Street., Salt Lake City. The Institution will bo under tbe Immediate supervision of the Sister, themselves, and will be attended by corp. of the beat Physician. oi ie uiiy ; t , A Subscription of ONE DOLLAR per Mouth regularly paid la advaaca whil. In HEALTH will entitle the Subscriber to FREE ADMIS SION, otherwise llo.UO per week will be char.od. BISTER M. AUGUSTA, nie-lm Superior, NEW YORK BAKERY AND- C2RESTAIJRAT LACOUR STREET, PIOCHE. HEEMAN HOKST, Proprietor, 1)RIV ATE ROOMS ELEGANTLY AND NEW LY furnished for Dinners, Hall Supper ami Wedding Parties. Meala at All Hour-.- OPEN DAY AND NIGHT fertile .cconimo. dation of the Public. rtJ-" BULLI0NVILLE STAGE. 1ROM AND AFTER MONDAY, VHMUKR lStla, !", X- BUIaUONVLLLE STAGE m. nd BullioBvlH" Will leave Ptoche at 4 at 8 a. m., carrying Mail, Passengers and Freight. CCI.VEBW1" uie-im WM. J.L.Kis, Sdw'b.CHAn Notary Public. CommiMloner for Neva. KING St CHATTIN, (BncceMor. to f. J. Thlbault, deceeacd.J NOTARIES Pt'BLIC, C10MM15WIONKM OF DEEDS FOR ALL 1 jf j statoa and Terrltorie., Conveyancers, Estate aod General Agent.. w - 0f xPrtlcnlar attention given to the t, DEPOSITIONS. OfHco-4.. California strc. SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. TO -LET. ,u v ttriTTiiMil ftS MAIN I Ulvnnt. known a. the Baal- ' Rnhaain Building, neat door below Cusbing' Drug Store ana onpoeit Well, rargo a va. . HroTLuw- Apply t the oiu: of Sherwood A B Jf bar Yard.