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THE PIQCHE DAILY RECORD.
Friday. DEECMBEH SM. IMS. rrBLBHSD BT ID RECORD PI BUSHING CO MP AM. NOTICE. A the Floras Daily Recobd will hereaflit be ru by the Record Prauraixa Covpajiy, all advertisements from this date munt bs settled with Mid company only. No on la authorised to contract debt for tbil Company unices by tbe writtea order of R. 8. Cbowlkt. BECOBD BUBLI8HING COMPANY. Ftoche, December 14th. 1876. APOLOGETIC. Owing to the difficulties under wbicb we labor just at tbia jaoclar, tbe readers of tbe Recobd are not presents J witb tbe nanal imnnnt of orioinal matter, bnt when onoa settled down under tbe new regime we promise better things. Ad ex-Confederate member of Congress from Booth Caroline, who is an ei-Con-fedtrate officer, will soon offr in the Boose a resolution declaring definitely that the Confederate war debt shall never be recognized or assumed by the United States; that no claims for slave freed by tbe war shall ever be esteemed lawful, and that the poblie credit must be forev ermore kept unimpaired. Captain Waddell, of the "Sbensn doab," aaya the Stock Exchange, in tended levying a contribution of $500, 000 in gold on the people of Ban Fran cisco. While on his way to this port he fell in witb an English vessel, and then learned that tbe " ornel war " was over, San Francisco saved her distance. A factory for the manufacture of a newly invented explosive is to ba started at Nevada City. Giant powder is sup posed to be an insignlfloant destroyer compared with this new substance. Alexander Deering, Judge for tbe Thir teenth Judicial District of tbe State of California, died at Merced, California, on tbe 18th instant, after a long illness. Belknap, Seoretary of War, is a prom inent eandidate before the laws Legisla ture for United States Senator. His chances for election are good. At Montreal, Canada, fifteen hundred laborers hare gone to work for seven cents an hour. MiBBiKs a Pbincesb. The following list of sooiety news comes from tbe Sooiety Islands by a recent arrival at San Fraciioo: A marriage in the very highest tier of social life has been one of the quiet sensations latoly transpiring in Tahiti. On the 27th of Ootober, Dorreooe At water, United States Consul for tbe Society Islands, was united in tbe holy bonds of wedlock to the Princess Moetia, daughter of a chiefesa of royal blood, The marriage was oonducted by tbe civil authorities. Dr. Bonnet, Mayor of Papeete, officiating. No cards and no oake. The Princess Moetia is a very ac complished young lady, speaking En glish and French, as fluently as she does her native language. She is besides wealthy in her own right, being tbe owner of 'the historical palm groves of Fsra and other lands. She is also the lessee of Scilly Inland, valuable for its pearl fisheries. Her mother owns balf of Moera Island (the Paradise of Eimed, as old navigators call it) and extensive possessions on tbe island of Tahiti. Moetia has three brothers, splendid specimens of South Sea Chiefs. Tbe youngest, Narii, is about nineteen years old, six feet two inches in hight and weighs 200 hundred pounds and as straight as an arrow. They were edu cated in Europe, but like all South Sea Chiefs, they believe in native customs and habits. Their mother hns equal claims to rule with Queen Pomare, but has never asserted ber rights. The father of the family was an English Jew named Salmon, a lawyer by profession, and a very able man. Soon after he ar rived in Tahiti he married tbe wealthy Chiefess mentioned. As to Mrs. At- water, her many friends will wish ber much joy. She baa been fortunate ia seonring a young, gallant and intelligent Husband, and be has been equally for innate in oapturing the handsomest and wealthiest girl in tbe South Sea Islands. Tbr Tbainino of Railroad Men. Tbe Pennsylvania railroad company has. within the past few years, adopted tbe policy of taking a number of educated young men into its employ, and training them in tbe different departments of railroad management, so as to produce a regular snpply of not only educated but practical officials. At the present time there are from twenty to thirty mcta men employed in Altoona, some of them in : tbe drawing-room, others in the shops ana on tne road. I bo testins de partment and the wheel foundry are both under tbe charge of such persons. Msny oi me sections ol traoic are also super vised by them, and tbe practioal result is that there is growing up about this line a corps oi experienced and accomplished omciais suon as cannot be found on any other railroad in the country. Of course these men are laughed at a good deal by the older and more experienced men perhaps at times with some justice; but, although there may at times be some amateur railroading, those who are laughed at don't seem to mind tbe aneers of tbe older men, and tbe evil of ineipe rienoe, if it be one, will cure itself in time, and when cured, tbe policy will bring with it tbe immense additional ad vantage of having a body of men who are both experienced and educated in tbe ordinary sense of the term. There is of course such a thing as valuing too mocb the knowledge wbicb comes from study atone, ana mat wmca 18 learned by prao tical experience too little, and perhaps 111 mbMiiu 1 , 1) I : : i road Company may have erred in this respect; but generally there has been abown an appreciation of the value of Intelligence, of knowledee and of ednna. lion, such as no other railroad company use wuicniea. Hers is a new idea of tbe Tweed ens. Tbe St. Louis Globe-Democrat says: There seems to be a popular misappre hension of tbe nature and consequences of Boss Tweed's escape from Lndlow street jail. By the decision of tbe Su preme Court of New York, be was re leased from confinement on Blackwell's Island soma time ainoe, on tbe ground that tbe cumulative sentence against him was illegal. He bad been sentenced to an aggregate of twelve years and a fine of $12,000 on different misdemeanors punishable witb three months and and a small fine each. The Supreme Court decided that he could not bs sentenced to more than one term, and that he was entitled to bis release at tbe end of the first three months. He was then rear rested on civil process on an action brought by the people of New York to recover tbe money alleged to bave been stolen by bim. Ludlow street jail is in reality a debtor's prison, and be was confined there in default of $6,000,000 bail. Ilia escape from tbenoe does not make bim a fugitive from justice, but only a fugitive from debt. So far from being compelled to seek refuge in Spain or Mexico, or some other country with wbicb tbe United States have no ex tradition treaty, be is perfectly safe tbe moment be crosses tbe Hoboken Ferry as he cannot be arrested for debt in any other State, or even in any other county of New York State. The suit against bis property will go on, but we donot be lieve enough will be recovered to pay for the prosecution. Lawyers and " friends" bave absorbed pretty nearly all tbe old man managed to acquire by the industri ous plundering of a long life. Fivr Odndred Mkn Mobc than Six Fin High. In answer to an advertise ment for " 300 men six feet or npward in hight, to appear in tbe play of ' Julius Cwsar,' " more than 800 applicants be sieged tbe stage door of Booth's Theatre yesterday. They began assembling as early as 8 o'clock, and attracted no small attention from tbe residents of the neigh borhood. The door leading to tbe family circle and tbe stsge was opened shortly before ten o'clock, and the colossal ap plicants for supernumerary fame were obliged to pass in Indian file before the critical eyes of Messrs. Tooker and Vin cent, the business and stage managers. Those of them who were judged to be "six feet in bight and over" were passed along the passage of the direotion of the stage, while others who failed to come up to tbe specified measurement was picked out of the ranks and sent away. After nboot two hundred and fifty of the tallest men bad been selected, tbe doors were cloBt-d, and the successful giants, headed by tbe police officers, were murcbod on tbe stage and drawn np in lines facing the auditorium, Tbey pre sented a very respectable appearance. After being engaged tbey passed through tbe Twenty-third street door, and were received by a crowd of small boys, who lined the ourb and greeted the men with jokes. fN. Y. Times, Deo. 8. Love and Laudanum .A young man who bad been rejected by tbe girl be loved put an end to his life yesteaday by swallowing a quantity of laudanum. E. Bemer is the name of the suicide. He was a shoe-cutter by trade, and resided at No, 201 Oak street. He had been paying attention to a young lady of this city for some time, and a few days since asked Der to beoome bis wire. She refused bim, and he became very despondent. Yester day morning tbe landlady of tbe house in wlncn be resided went to bis room at seven o'olock to make up his bed, and discovered tbat be baa not arison; so Bbe went away and did not go to the room again until noon, when sbe discovered tbat he was still in bed. Supposing that be wsb ill, she went into the room to ask him if she could do anything tor him. She noticed tbat he appeared to be in a stupor, and observing a bottle containing laudanum on a tame near bis bed, con oluded tbat he bad taken some of tbe drug, and at once sent for a physician One oame, and be gave Remer suoh at tention as bis case called for; but bis services were of no avail, and at seven o'clock Bemer died. He was a native of Germany, about twenty-six years of age. The Coroner took charge of the body. is. s . bulletin. One child shoots anothf.b,. -terday afternoon, while playing witb a revolver, Joseph McCarthy, seven years of sge, was shot by John Myers, aged six years, and died in fifteen minutes. Tbe eccident occurred in tbe apartments of Detective James Ennis, of the Sixtb precinct. Mr. Ennis, whose apartments were at No. 66 Jaekson street, was moving yesterday, tbe two children, McCarthy and Myers, aiding his own in carrying some of tbe lighter articles down tbe stairs. Mr. Ennis, fearful of accidents, laid bis revolver on the table in tbe front room. The children com menced playing with it and McCarthy was showing them bow the trigger worked and gave it to littbe Myers, who pulled it and shot McCarthy in tbe left gron. Medical assistance was at once sent for, but when tbe police surgeon reached the premises tbe lad was dead. Tbe boy Myers was taken to the station bouse, but was at once sent boms again on aooonnt of his extreme youth. N. X. Herald. CHECKS DISCOITNTlirD And Drafts on WELLS, FARCO & CO., BAN FRANCISCO. Alas Telegraphic Traiaa'ers. EXCHANGE )RAWN BT WEI.I.S.-FAROO k CO. ON A IX tbe Principal cities ftba United States, Canada's and Europe, For Sale by . w. E. GRIFFIN, Veil,, Fargo k Co'l Express Office. mrt8-tf Drinking at Washington. Tbe sights now seen here daily and nightly, and all av and all mgbt. are sickening and alarming. I have seen drinking in Wash ington before, and hard drinking at that, in saloons, at hotel bars, np in the pri vate rooms of boarders, down in tbe basements of oyster shops, but I never before saw such "gulping" as I see ere now. The fiery flood is literally poured down by the half tumbler full without water, without sugar, without nything to bate its fury or lessen its in tense heat; hell fire could hardly be hot ter; and bell fire is what it is found to be. bave seen a little of such wild drinking here before, but chiefly among Western men and men from the Southwest. But these classes are surpassed now by East ern men; say more, by New England men I And many of tbe best of tbem, or rather the worst, country-born, village- sobooled and college-educated. Cin. Commercial. Another opportunity is offered to New York City to maintain her record for criminal folly. Boss Tweed is actually in negotiation, through big relatives, for compromise of tbe suits against him; the price which he is to pay for entire mmnmty from further proseoution being stated as $1,000,000. As the net steal ings of Tweed during his reign aggre gated $12,000,000, this will still allow bim a pretty item ot profit. A Tebbiblb Apprehension. The fol lowing alarming telegram comes from Versailles : Tbe Bremerbafen Zeitung asserts that in spite of all contradictions, according to Thomassen's confession, there is another explosive paokage on board the steamer Salier, where one had Ireadv been discovered. Note. The Salier left Bremerbafen December lGtb, for Southampton and Mew York. J F, B. Carpenter, tbe artist, says that he was with Sumner on tbe evening be fore Wilson's inauguration as Vice-Presi dent. Wilson called and said, "Sumner, can yon lend me a hundred dollars? 1 haven't got money enough to be inaugur ated on," Sumner readily made tbe loan. Has anybody seen or heard anything of the expeoted reports of the State Prison experts. Tbe Carson papers intimated some time ago tbat tbe said re- port wonld be forthwith forthcoming. Hope the young men haven't been locked np in oell. Seriously is n't it time we had tbe promised expose? Gold Hill News. Mr. Eldridge, one of tbe experts ap pointed to examine into tbe affairs of the prison and who went to San Franoisco to look into the Warden' purchases of leather of the Prison Shoe Factory, baa returned; and we suppose that he will very soon ba able to bring bis report to aoonclusion. Certainly tbe examination has already been protracted quite long enough. Justice to all parties demands that the official report of tba experts shoold ba made and tba Warden either returned to bis duties and tbe enjoyment of hit salary, or be dismissed. Carson Appeal, 19th. Sklf-Mubder. About 9 o'olock last evening, at tbe 1'aoiQo lodging houso, corner of Commercial and Leidesdorff streets, Asa P. Perry committed suicide by shooting himself in tbe head witb revolver. His wife, it appears, left home to live with a man named Janes, and this seems to have been tbe chief trouble. In tbe inside ooat pooket oi deceased, a letter bearing date Decern Der ism, was lound, which reads as fol- lows: I am going to write niv last time. 1 want the world to know what I died for It is for my darlen wife which J. F, Janes stole (rom me. She was a darling to me. l cannot live without her. I am as onbappy as a man can live. He goes by tbe name of " Stiokeen." I cannot write much because I am not able. Tbey room to tbe Government House. I have brother in Oldtown, Maine: Bunsor. juaine, papers please puniub. A. x PERRY, On the back of the letter, written in pencil, is: Ida dear, I die for you to nit. I spill my heart's blood for you. I hope you can live hapy but I must so good bye my aear. a. f. ukbby J. P. Janes, or " Stiokeen." as be called, is tbe man who killed John Gal' lagber on tbe night of tbe eleotiou, two years ago, but owing to tbe mitigating oiroumstances conuected with it be was acquitted, lie ia reported to be a candi date now for a position on the polioe iorce. is. r. Bulletin, is. A resident of Corbeil. in Franca, named It , presented himself tbe other day si me noose oi m. uarlbe, in Auteu II. who bad formerly been a furniture dealer. and asked bim if be remembered having vuugut b iu nuciiuu saie in iffo a desk of which It gave a particular description, asking tbat if tbe desk still remained in M. liartbe's possession be should like to boy it at any cost, as once belonged to bis father. M. Bartbe answered that be still bad tbe desk " There it is." he said. I do not care to Know your motive, nor do I wish to make a profit out of your wish to have tne aesit. ii you will replaoe it by an other, you can have it taken away J wo Lours later it was removed to Cor beil, and a new desk was placed in its stead. I be old desk bad a secret drawer. in which R found 10,000 francs in gold, wrspped up in paper. In looking over some old letters of bis father a few days before, K bad first learned of tbe conoealinent of tbe gold, which he was so fortunate in recovering. Puts and Calls. Ths system of stock speculation known as " puts and oalls." which has become quite popular in San Franoisco, seems to bave been introduced in Austin. Passing by a table in saloon where a game of cards was in progress, Ust evening, we heard a man say: ' It ain't your put,' but I'll 'call' you; 'cause I tbink I've cot tbe best band." Reveille. Artificial ubindstones. One of the newest artioies produced in Germany an artinoial grindstone. These grind atones are made at the City of Worms, of grit, soluble glass and petroleum Tba proportions are not given by the journal to wnloo we are indebted for formation conoeruing their fabrication. It is said tbat tbey are so firm as to dure a very highspeed without becoming Oil, THE STATE BANK OF NEVADA, pioonE. Board of Directors t JOHN P. KEIXEY President JAB. FTNLATBON Vice President CHA8. A. WIEDERHOLD Secretary F. PHILSON J. W. WRIGHT, H. 8. LUBBOCK HARRY I. THORNTON. Attorneys I THORNTON, KELLEY A Q ABBES EPOSIT8 RECEIVED. EITHER ON OPEN account or to issue certificates therefor Dev. able on demand. EXCHANGE DRAWN UPON NEW YORK and SAN FKANCISCO. And other principal cities of the TJ, B. Also upon LONDON, DUBLIN, PABIS, BERLIN And all of the principal cities of Europe. Currency Bought and Sold. Collections Promptly Made. Railroad and Mining Stocks Bought and Sold on ComuiMon. r Money Loaned on Stocks. "Ys $tnM In Piocbe. Nov.. Deo. 23. 187(1. bv Judite Henry Rives, Jan. F. Wilkin and Miss Louisa J. BIOCM. NEW TO-DAY. NOTICE. AL LI. DEBTS Dili TO THIS PIOCHE Daily Record, envious to this date, have oeen piacea in tne nanas oi NKV CHURCHMAN To whom payment munt be made. P. HOLLAND. RECORD PUBLISHING COMPANY. Ploche, Deoember 24th, 1875. T SOCIAL BALL. HERE WILL BE A SOCIAL BALL at the Meadow Valley Hotel IN BULLIONVILLE, On Christmas Eve. E. M. CRANE. A. T. EASTLAND, JA8. C'ONAWAY, 8. B. MARTINO. THOa OIL LAN, Managers. P0S THE HOLIDAYS. A MERRY CHRISTMAS A HAPPY NEW YEAR JUST RECEIVED FOB THE AT J. LEVIN & CO'S, fllHB LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT JL of miperlur FRENCH CANDIES Ever bronght to this State, freth and dollciou, conalating ot Frennh Jelly and Cream, Mottoes, Lozengea, Nut and Stick Candies. English Walnut, Strawberry and French unocoiate nougat Japanese Cocoauut, Turky Fig Paste, Oumdropa of all flavor. French Bon Bona, Chocolate Creams, Walnnt, Cocoanot, Vanilla, Catawba, Raaln And numerous other Jelly Candies. Candy Toye, Mechanical Tnya, Also a lot of Fine Dressed Was Dolls. Also just received direct from tho Factory in tbe Kant, a large lot of First Quality Golden Thread and Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco. Havana, Imported and Domestic Cigars. CHEWING AND BUOEINO TOBACCO. A full supply ot Stationery, School and Account Books. A CIRCULATING LIBRARY. dn.tt BANKESG HOUSES. THE RIM (J WARD! Correspondents I LAIDLAW k CO. , Agents of the Bank oi California LONDON and SAN FRANCISCO BANK LIMITED and J. H. LATHAM 4 CO., Stock Brokers..... New Turk San Francisco Jal-tt. J. W. WRIGHT, Bank Manager. CLOTHLUG. ETC. .CLOTHING, DBY GOODS, ETC. PIOCHE HMD ! FOR PARTICULARS, APPLY AT JOS RICH'S OPPOSITION ONWARD! 'TRIUMPHANT! JONAS COHN DEFYS COMPETITION! STORE' -AND- WILL CONTINUE TO SELL HIS WHO BROUGHT CLOTUIXG PRICES DOWN IX PIOCDE1 JOS. RICH, -at sren- -THAT- AT OPPOSITION STORE. ASTONISHED EViY ATTENTION!!! NOW IS THE TIME! TO BCY YOUR DRY GOODS CHEAP FOR CASH ! J. MYERS & BR0. Are offering their Large and Well Selected Stock of Dry Coods, Fancy Goods, Ladies and Children's Shoes, At San Francisco Cost, to doge out Busineas WITHIN NINETY DAYS. They also offer their Real Estate for Sale, con sisting of ONE HOUSE AND LOT On Meadow Valley Street; ONE HOUSE AND LOT On Fioche Street and ONE HOUSE AND LOT On McCannon Street. Ladles, don't fall to secure Bargains, and re member the place, J. MYERS Sc BRO. , At the Brick Store, Main Street. delT-tf WHO MAKES THE MONOP OLISTS SQUEAL! JOS. RICH, -XT- OPPOSITION STORE. WHO HAS TBE CHOICE! GOODS I JOS. RICH, IA11RS' MARKET AGAINST THE FIELD! MAIN STREET, ONE DOOR ABOVE MEADOW VALLEY. OMtfEILL, Independent of Monopoly! rilARKS PLEASURE IN INFORMING THE 1 People of Ploche thai he has just fitted up a MEAT MARKET With unequalled facilities for furnishing MT7TTON. VTlATi AXld AT OPPOSITION STORE. WHO RECEIVES S 10. OOO WORTH Off NEW GOODS TO BUCK AGAINST MONOPOLY 1 JOS. RICH, BEING A PIONEER in that Line of business, it is Impossible for any HEW COHCEB.IT To Undersell Him! COME ONE! COME ALL! AT- ND SATISFY YOURSELVES. ANTJ YOUR PnriirT.iinnK W1IJ. BE YOUR GUIDE! u2-tf OPPOSITION STORE. WHO IS GOING TO SELL CLOTH- INO AT HALF PRICE I JOS. RICH SAN FRANCISCO RESTAURANT 23 L AT MEADOW VALLEY STREET, Opposite Dexter Stable. 39 OPPOSITION STORE. Gib fried it Biiameher, Proprietors. Fresh Oysters In ever style. Oven day and night for the accommodation of he public n33-tf WHO IS THE SOLE AGENT FOR ATKINSON'S SHIRTS I JOS. RICH! Granger Chop-House, AT NEWTON RICHARDS, nDDAciTtnai ernne rrupnoior. WHO SELLS ATKINSON'S SHIRTS FOR tl.75 EACH1 JOS. RICH THI8 POPULAR HOUSE la now opened to the nublio and will be kept as a flnt-class Chop-Houae. Menla at all Honrs of the Day or Night. Meala cooked to order. Oysters In every atyle. Jall-tf AT OPPOSITION STORE. WHO HAS RECEIVED ONE HUN. DRED DOZEN MISSION UNDER. SHIRTS AND DRAWERS T-X OF AN INCH THICK HSAVY. SELLS THEM FOR S1.13 A PAIR! JOS. RICH AT OPPOSITION STORE. FOR SALE ! BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE IN PIOCHE nuely turulahed throniihont. for aale cheap for oaah. For full particulars Inquire of CHAH. WIEDFRHOLC, nl-U Mala street. A cheat WANTED. PARTNER WITH S.OOO. FOB PaR tlcnlan, Inquire at the Roeoao Ornoa. ault-tf LIVING RATES. JACK O'BRIEN and FRED. HATCH will bs on hand to attend to ths wants of customers. The patronage of Familes and Hotels soils, lied. O'NEILL. oao-tf CITY CLUB ROOMS, Main street, two Doors above Meadow Valley, Ploche, Nevada. WINKS, LIQUORS at CIGARS of the Best Brands. APRIVATB ROOM ATTACHED TO THE House for ths use ol Card Parties. BAN RTAX, the Celebrated Mixologist will always be on hand superintending ths mixtures at the Bar. Call sad sample ths Brands. oM-tf WHO SELLS SUITS OF CLOTHING FOR flO.00 THAT WERE FORM. ERLY SOLD AT 930.001 JOS. RICH AT OP POSITION STORE. ACADEMY OF ST. MAEY'S, OP TJTVIX. THI8 FINE BRICK ACADEMY, LATELY erected on lat Weat Street, Salt Lake City, la now sumcieniy completed to accommodate boarders in a healthful and pleasant manner. The Slaters oil r the advantagee of a thorough education to young ladies Intrusted to their care. TERMS: For one Seeaion of Ave montha, lnclud. ins Board, Heading. Was&lng.and Tut. tion In EngliHh Branches f 125 00 Inatrumental Muaio ,. 30 00 Uae of Iuatrument 5 00 Languages, each 10 00 Private Vocal Leeaons 20 00 ' . ' Clam 6 00 Drawing Lessons 30 00 General Vocal Class... rasa " Drawing Class yukk Each Punil should be furnlahed with ( Tow. ela, Napklna, 1 Knife, 1 Fork, 1 Teaspoon, 1 Tableapoou, 1 Silver Ooblet. and sufficient Clothing. Terma are Invaiiablv in advance. No deduc tion made for withdrawing pupils before the end of their eeaeion, unless in caae of sickness or memiHKRt. For further particulars, apply to MOTHER M. AUGUSTA, Salt Lake City, Utah Territory. Superior. nU-lin HOSPITAL OF THE HOLY CROSS. rpilE BISTERS OF THE HOLT CROR8 X opened on Monday, October 2Mb, IMS, WHO SELLS HATS. PI HMSHING GOODS, UNDERWEAR. BOYS' SUITS, HATS, CAP, BOOTS SHOES, AT HALF PRICE 1 Jos. Rich, AT opposition store. Their large Brick Hospital, On Fifth East Street, between South Temple and Flint South Streets, Salt Lake City. The Institution will ba under ths lmmedlato supervlalon of the Slaters themaelvea. and will be attended by a corps of the beat Physicians ui me vity, TSSM a: A Bubsorlntlon of ONE DOLLAR per Month regularly paid In advance whlln in HEALTH will entitle the Subscriber to FREE ADMIS SION, otherwise 110.00 per week will be charged. BiBiKH at. auuigiA. nis-lm Superior, JOSEPH RICH, Popular Opposition Clothier. GIVE ME MY KINGDOM I FOR I AM Dying Dying; ! aM-tf Dying ! SAN JOSE HOT US MAIN STREET, PIOCHE NEVADA, T 'IlK UNDKR8IQNED HAVING LEASED thia popular Houae, has had the aame thoroughly ren ovated and repaired. The ROOMS ARE LARGE AND WELL VENTILATED; THE TABTjB Will be supplied with the beat the market affords, and no pains spared to make guest comfortable and at home. THE BATHS Will be supplied with hot and cold water. Chargea reasonable. . A share of publio patronage iarespecuunj solicited. A. D. MILLER, Prop'r. July 11th, 1878. Jyll-tf NEW YORK BAKERY AND ClRESTMRANT LACOUR STREET, PIOCHE. HERMAN HOEST, Proprietor. PRIVATE ROOMS ELEGANTLY ANU LY furnished for Dinners, Ball Supper and Wedding Parties. Meals at AU Boars. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT for the accomm"' dationof the Publio. aa " BULLIONVILLE STAGE. F'EOM AND AFTER MONDAY, NO VEMBER loth, 1STS, the BULLIONVILLE STAGE Will leave Piocbe at 4 p.m. and BnlUonvllle at 8 a. m., carrying Mail, Passengers and Freight. CULVan nl6.1m WM. Notary Publio. OommlssionM J"0 KINO te CHATTIN, (Successors to t. J. Thlbault, deceased,) NOTARIES PTJBLIC, CIOMMISSIONFRS OF DEEDS FOR ALL , states and Territories, Oonvejancera, w Estate and General Agenta. ukl - 0f eaParticular attention Seet, DEPOSITIONS. Office Mil 91orol,d,Mm BAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA. TO LET. WTTT1 TT11T TfVfl nV MAIN 1 Street, known tb B" 1 Ksr ass? i s jssffjs, opposite Wells, Fsrgo k Co. ." , LuB- Apply at the oftssol Sherwood a wv ber vara. . . . MA