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TKE PIOCKE DMLY RECORD.
WimmiDAT. .-r MRU ART IS, lST ilOTICK. Aa lb Vncn DaXLT Rboobs will hereafter be run by the Bacon Ptraueais OoMrurr, 11 tj i tillMimnti from this date moat ba aetlled with setd company only, ho ona ta authorised to oaatraot debt for this Company sales by the wrttiaa order of R. 8. Cso-utr. RECORD PUBLISHING COMPANT. Piocka. Deeamber 9Mb, 181. Tbs St. Louis Rcpnblicao ssjs thut Hpencer of Alabama ml Wtat of Loois- riana are a sica pair of Senator!. Yea, they ara a nice pair, well adapted to the Penitentiary but somewhat oat of place in tbe Senate of the United State. TUM ri'NDINO ACT OF 1879. Yesterday the Hon. H. Elves, presid tog over (he District Court, rendered his deeUioa in the cause ntitled the Odd Fellow' Savings ft Commercial Bank gainst allies Qaillen, County Treasartr of'Lioooln eoontr. Tbs object of the proceeding was to cause writ of man damns to issue, commanding tbs Treas urer to draw on tbs general (and for saoh amount as tbs interest fund may be ds- fleient, in order to psy ths interest on tbs bonds issued under ths Funding Aot of 1873, snd which became dus on ths first of January last. Ths Court, after hearing tbe pleadings read, ths testimony of tbs witnesses and tbs arguments of counsel, decided that tbs peremptory writ should and would be wanted, but suspended ths iasuano tborsof until Thursday next (to-morrow). As there is, ws underslsnd, only about f 0.000 or 17.000 in tbe interest fund, the balanoe nanaasarr to raise the amount in tbe in terest fond. to tbs sum required (about 918,000) rtust be trsnsferrad from the general fund. As tbs amount required will bo about 911.000, it will sweep tbs general fund anil probably keep it bars for soma time. It is ststed that the County Commissioners do not intend to further contest ths matter. Whether the holders of account! allowed on ths general fund propose to do so is not yst known. They will bare to msks up their minds by to-morrow (Tbursdsy) morning. NEVADA NEWS, It is rsfreshing to find that at last ons correspondent of a newspaper suggests a sensible remedy for the silver difficulty. Whan people unite on fknanoe, they generally form illustrations of what tbs Scotchman said about ths men who dis cussed mstapbysios. Ths man who was speaking did not know what he was talk ing about and ths msn who was listening was in no better condition. It is there fore a comfort whsn some ons severs himself from tbe msss of prosy twadlera and offers a reasonable and available suggestion. Thiols dons by "Specie" who in a letter addressed to and pub lished in the S. F. Alta advises that trad dollars bs msde a legal tender for any amount. Tbis will solve ths silver difficulty at onos, and bs a long step towards ths resumption of speoie pay ments. Tbs proposition has ths great merit of making a legal tender of a coin, that is Tory nearly if not quite worth its face, whioh is a great advance, upon In vesting mass of intrinsically worthless and irredeemable rags with ths same, important powers. Making trade dol lars a legal tender and enlarging tbe capacity of tbe Carson Mint for tbs pro duction of tboss coins, would bs no tryfling bonus to ths miners of Nevada and would bs of great advantage to the country at large. 1 Tbe anomalous spectacle of aoountry producing silver in such abundanos as to oauss a Igut of coin formed from that metal and yet using a depreciated and irredeemable fractional ourrency, would also bs avoid ed and would bs a gain of no small amount. At ths banquet given to Senator Sharon on ths 8th instant, at San Francisoo, ths bill of fare was sngrsved on pistes of solid silvsr iu sis 6xt; inohes, and of the thickness of a quarter-dollar pises. On ons side of the plate was en graved, "Dinner to lion .William Sharon, by his old friends of ths Comstock lode. Falaoe Hotel, San Francisoo, February 8th, 1876." On tbe reverse appeared the bill of fare. Each guest on leaving took with him tbis costly memento of tbe occasion. - May a man marry his own step daughter? is tbs inquiry propounded by Jamss Fsrton, ths author. That gentle man replied In ths affirmative and forth with added practice to theory by marry log his deoessed wife's dsughter. This proceeding being forbidden by ths laws of Massschusetts, Jamss is now in trouble, ss is also his 'newly married daughter, wife, or whatever she is, her legs! status as regards tbs msritsl tie being very mixed. Chief JnsUos Whit of Utah has left that Territory for Alabama on business Tbe Salt Lake Tribune says: Ws wish no hsrm to ths Judge, but ws hops bs will never return. He is not , a cheerful personage, b doe not sdorn ths bench With hit presence, his deaf nsas bss already ruined the voices of most of our attorneys and his perversity and incomprehensible crotchete, bsvs created in them all a deplorable habit of profanity. In a letter to ths New York Herald General W. T. Bherman states that hs i and will not bs a csndidats for tbs Presidency. He annouooee himself in favor of Oovernor Hayee of Ohio. It is a comfort that ths distinguished men of all parties unite in considering that Grant should not again bs a candidate Dr. Kenealy is still a power in England, to kick up a row, if for nothing slss. At , the opening of Psrlisment he went down to the house so peculiarly equiped and attended, that it nearly provoked riot Carson Hill, ia Calaverss County, which baa been so long abandoned gain Doing explored. Deposit ol ex tremsly rich gold quarts ara being found la extant and value aqua) to iu very palmiest day. : General Batter baa been relating hi adventurous history to correspondent of th Philadelphia Time. A new line oi steamars baa been or ganised to run between Galway and New York. Hal prisonsr confined in tbe Utah Fesitantiary mad hi escape on the 0th Tbe Bichmond Company shipped on tbe 11th seven bars of bullion, valued at 913,903.35, to San Francisoo. During ths 1st snow-storm th Wbit Pin New ssys that tbs stage running from Hamilton to .Eureka bad a toogn time getting through. Beferring to th death of Dan Morgan the Eireks Sentinel ssys: Ths town flairs sre at half-mast, the engine bouses draped, and a feeling of respect and sorrow is universally expressed. Tbe White Pin New state that large number of cattle have died from th effect of th cold snow-storms Tbs 1st storm will hslp to incress tbe mortality. Tbe White Pic New say that locality on Tuesday last was fsvored with soother big snow-storm. Tbs News states tbat (or tbe time tbe storm lasted, it was the severest of any this Winter, and tbe coldest. Ws find from tbe Wbit Fiue News of tbe 12th tbat Dr. Brooks ha jast re ceived the documents for a patent to bis Emerald Isle mine. Louis Ysrk has also reoeived a patent to tbe Sunbeam mine. Both mines are. located on Treasurs Hill. , A few slays sine a woman residing on Treasure Hill took an overdose. A stom sob-pump was all tbat saved her life. Her love of is said to bsvs been tbe cause of her taking the drug. So says tbe White Fine News of the 12th instant. Captaiu F. Drake, Superintendent of tbe Eberbardt t Aurora, has left? White Pine on visit to London, England. Tbe object of his journey is to induce bis company to undertake some exten- sivs operations on Treasure Hill, whioh bis past suooessful explorations would seem to warrant. Mining matters in Word District, White Pine county, are looking up. The News of the 12th says: Intelligence bss just reached us that a rioh and extensive stnks bss been made in tbe tblrd level of the Paymaster mine in Wsrd District. We understand tbat it is the first ore that has been found in thst particular looality of the mine. By the Carson Appeal of the 9th we find tbat John A. Thompson of Alpine County, California, known by his ex ploits as Snow-shoe Thompson, is in this city at present. He was occupied yes terday in obtaining signatures to a peti tion asking uongress to psy bim tbs modest sum of six thousand dollars for bis servioes as a mail oarrier aoross ths Sierra. From the Eureka Sentinel of the 12th we learn that the obsequies ot the late Dsnisl Morcsn took Discs vesterdsv afternoon, and were attended by a large number oi tbe mends ot tbe deceased, who united in tendering this last tribute of respeot to the deed. Tbe funeral oortege was one of the largest that we have ever witnessed in the town. The Eureka Sentinel ssys they are in formed from reliable source that Mark Moore, one of the prlsioners who escaped from tbe Eureka County Jail oouple of weeks sgo, wss seen at Groom Distriot in tbe early part of last week. He came into that camp nearly famished with cold and banner. He cave bis name as Bead," but was recognized by several persons, but no steps were taken for his arrest. He left shortly afterwards, In its issue of the 12th, the Eureka Beuunei says: Day Dolors vesterday a couple of men left here afoot for Tybo, stopping for the night at a house in i'mto. Alter snpper one ol tbe men was taken with a fit, and after he came out of it, evinced such evident symptoms of in sanity tbat his companion left him be hind iu charge of tbe people of ths house. C. F. Horn, and old Austinite, tbe Ea reka Sentinel of th 12tb says, had his broken a few days sgo in San Fran cisoo. He was standing on tbs steps of bis lodging-house, and as he stepped ssids to let a person pass, hs slipped and broke th bone of hi leg in the same plsoe where it wss broken several years sgo in Austin. The Eureka Sentinel of tbe 14th says: A report was circulated about town last svening that there was trouble among tbe miners on Buby Hill. A number of claims are said to have been jumped and the jumpers maiutain a fighting interest thereto. It is stated some shooting bad been indulged in, but with what result could not be ascertained. From the Carson Appeal of tbe 9th we learn tbat two lads at ths Orphans' Home, Frederick and Alexander Hook, have (alien heirs to aaamall bit of pro perty, amounting to about 9500. They mberit tbia from their father who died recently. Mr. George B. Webb, Super intendent of the Home, has been ap pointed guardian of these small capital ists ana tneir wee aso or fortune. Tbe Austin Beveill ot the 8th 1875. makes it tie duty of tb County Clerk, when tbe Judge ol tbe District is not preseiil, or will not ba during lb term, to notify tbe Governor of such vacancy. We supposs th Governor will appoint soms on to act for oage uoie during tbis term of Court. Th Belmont Courier ssys tbe Suuth Barcelona Mining Company are feeling jubilant over tbe strike made a few days since in their tunnel. Parties who hsvs visited the mine, since tbe strike, repre sent it ss being tbe bost prospect they bsve seen in tbe district. Lonis Fidanza, who wss there shortly after the foot-wall waa cut through, explains his views of ths bonanza in this way: " My God I it is on big thing; six feet high; six feet ide. tbe tunnel; all mineral in ineiace; all mineral on one side from the foot- wall; all mineral on tbe top snd bottom of the tunnel; plenty of water when tbey out th foot-wall through. Now then, thev run alongside the foot-wall, all min eral I see, and it shines like one looking- glass." BY 'TELEGRAPH! SPECIAL TO TUB PIOCnB DAILY BECOBD, BT WESTERN CHIOS LIKE. EASTERN DISPATCHES. ssys George F. Dinsmore, of this oity, sent s lot of rock from the Fhanloien lode. Bunker Hill distriot. to JoseDh Barnet. at Salt Lake, who is a joint owner in the mine. Mr. isarnet had an assay mads of tns ore, tn oerimeate or wbioh waa re ceived in thia oity tbis morning. Fol lowing is ths result: Silver per ton, 92, 119.26; gold per ton, $301.i6; total asssy value, 92,420.72 per ton. Th flouring mill question is settled and th Elko Independent ia bappy, Thst paper asys: Ths question of ths establishing of a flooring mill at this place has, we are glad to learn, been den nitaly aettled by the prompt aotion of Messrs. Ainley snd Bobier, who hava already agreed to have a first-class mill in Elko, complete in resdiness for this yesr's crop, having signed article to tbat etiect with our leading merohants. Tba Elko Indspsndent thus delivers itseir anent th " Heathen Chine." It has become painfully apparent that,, in in this locality at least, an humble Can oasaian ba no right whioh blasted Chinaman ia bound to respect.and there fore, we prescm the only alternative left to citizen for ths protection ot their home and property is to devoutly pray iu tuw gnat uuuiuuiua, Dsssoomng bim to call bis followers home or aand ont a destroying angel to twist the infernal ens- edneas out of tbem. Judioial matters in White Pins county eem little mixed. The New ot th 12th says: County Clerk Forrest on Monday last certified to Governor Brad. ley tbat there was vacancy in th Dis trict Judgeship for this term on account ol th illness or Judge Uols at Eureka. Section 81 of an "Aot Concerning th Court of Justice of this otat and Judi cial Officer," as approved January 20, the complicity of W. P. Boss, formerly Cherokee Indian Delegate, in the alleged Indian frands of J. W. Wright. Adopted. Dikveb, Col., Feb. 15. Th Consti tutions! Convention, after two days of earnest discussion, adopted a chapter on elective franchise, which require tb first Stat Legislature to provide by en actment for the submission of the wo man suffrage question to a vote of ths people. This is regsrded as favorable by advocates of tbe measure, who claim powerful constituency in Colorado, whilst tb experiment in Wyoming on tbe north ha justified the privilege. In Kansas women suffrage exists as to all school offices. PACIFIC COAST. I . I nf nil U I Kfl TIP V flrtflTia vmi 5 Washington, Feb. 15. I. J. D. Fuller died vesterdav in Virginia. He was 4 times elected to Congress and in 1857 was appointed Second Auditor of the Treasury by President Buchanan. New York, Feb. 15,-i-Frederick A Dockray, whose case was the cause of Minister Cusbing's demand on Spain for the former gentlemans release and the observance of tbe treaty of 1874 and '75 tells tbe following story of bis escape lie ssys tbat on .November VJ be wss informed that tbe Spanish authorities had remanded bim to tbe old prison in the convent. Reporting to tbe local officials he was told tbey had no inform stion on the snbieot. Freed from bis parole and not yet impressioned he thought now or never was his oppor tunity to esoape, and by day ' next morn ing was on board an American brig lying in the harbor. That night he waa carried to a French stesmcr bound for Mar seilles, but was informed no passengers would bs tsken. On the following eve ning when it was dark and rainy he tried to board a British steamer, rowing to wards her in an open boat. A shot struck close to him end one man said that must be an American who esoaped. The next night he got on board tbe British steamer, but on arriving at Denia CO miles south of Vallencia the Captain beooming alarmed insisted on handing bim over to the Captain of tbe Felucca who came on board and, per suaded by ten dollars and a bottle of brandy consented to take Dockray ou board the Felucca. Sailed for Gibraltar and enoountered a severe gale which' blew for 8 days and the vessel was blown over to tbe African Coast. The Felucca put in at Tangier. Thence he went to Gibraltar, where he put himself under the protection of the British flag. From Gibraltar he went to London and thence to this oity. Chicago, Feb. 15. A times Washing ton special says General Ord was before tbe Military Committee in regard to the transfer of Indian affairs to tbe War Department, and was inclined to think the project wasn't advisable. General Sheridan la going before tbe etimmittee to-day having been requested to come to Washington and havo a council ot war with Colonel and Generals of the Mili tary Committee. Sherman and Han oock are also coming and quite a re union will be held in the city. Washington, Feb. 15 Senate. The Chaplain in his opening prayer said: We humbly beseech Thee to pardon us; we numbly pray mee to beip us out of stagnation of business and out of distress and misery of poor. May the moral character of tbis peopla shins forth as the sun." Sherman, from the Committee on Fi nance, reported adversely on the Senate bill to authorize deposits by clerks and other officers of courts in banks and other designated depositories. Placed on th calendar with adverse report at request Of Wright. Washington, Feb. 15. The Cbsir laid before the Senate communication from the Secretary of War inclosing tbe final report ot Major G. K. Warren, of the Corps of Engineers, on the improvement of water communication between the Mississippi river and Lake Michigan, along the valley of the Fox and Wiscon sin rivers. Ordered printed with the ac companying maps snd referred to the Committee on Transportation Boutes. UitcQcock, from toe Committee on Territories, reported favorably on the Senate bill to enable the people ot New Mexioo to form" Constitution and State Government and for the admission of th Stat into th Union, with a writ ten report. Ordered printed and bill plaoed on calendar. Hocsu. James, ot Kantuoky, offered a resolution reciting tbat th aot of Maroh, 1869, to strengthen tb public credit and providing for tbe payment in coin of the intereat on the 5-20 bonds was virtually a violation ot the various aots under whioh these bond were issued and at variance with ths platforms ot tbe Democratic and Republican par' ties in '68; that such act of '69 wa pasted without consideration and was therefor repealabl at th will of any subsequent Congress; that it wa unjust, unequal and oppressive legislation, greatly increasing tb amount to ta paid by th Government and used to the benefit ot the bondholder and capital lata and to a positive detriment ot the people; therefore, resolved, that the act of tb 18th of Maroh, '69. be repealed Tb resolution wa referred to tb Com ruitte on Banking and Currency. Gar field suggested it should go th Commit tee of Ways and Mean. Th Speaker aid in view ot th accumulation of busi nee it didn't make much difference what committee it went to. Gauss offered resolution calling on the Attorney General and Secretary of the Interior to transmit to tb House certified copies of paper and record in their respecttv departments relating to Sam Fsascibco, Feb. 15. In tbe Inte rior Press Convention yesterday and last evening resolutions were adopted de nouncing the system of pstent outsides and supplements. A resolution refusing sfter three months to exchange with paper printed in that manner wa tabled after a sharp dtbate. Some discussion took place with regard to the matter of establishing facilities for collecting and transmitting telegraphic news, but no action was taken. Tbe Convention is still in session, snd wiil probably finish its business to-day. San Fbakoisco, Feb. 15. Th Press Convention adopted articles of Incorpor ation to-dsy in substance as follows: The nam of tbe incorporation is to be "Associated Country Press of Call fornia;" object, to solicit advertise. ments and subscriptions and to transact all business connected with the same capital stock 92,000, in one hundred shares of $20 each. Tbe Convention then proceeded to the election of five trustees. Tbe following were declared duly elected by ballot: Thomas L, Thompson, Santa Boss; F. K. Erautb, Alameda; Theodore Glancey, Placer; G. W. Gift, Napa; W. Scudder, Sonoma. On motion it was agreed that when tbe Convention adjourned it would adjonrn to meet in San Franoisco on Monday, March 2, 1876, at which time it is pected tbe by-laws will be adopted. It was understood also that the Press Asso ciation of Editors and Publishers of th entire Statu would be formed at that time. After some unimportant business the Convention adjourned. Caeson, Feb. 15. No session of tbs Board of State Prison Commissioners was held to-day. Gov. Bradley being unwell and Hon. Chas. E. De Long not being present. Hon. Wm. Sharon, U.S. Senator for tbis State, passed through here on hi way to Washington tbis evening. No public reception was tendered him. Sheriff's Salt T VIRTUE OF AH EXECUTION ISSUED OPT i of tb JusUee's Court of Pioehe Towneni Lincoln County, But of Nevada, to m directed and delivered on a Judgment rendered in aid Conrt on tbe iota day of February, A. D. line, in favor of th Bute of Nevada and against John Doe, Richard Boa and Johanna Poacher, for the ma of ninety-four nfty one-hondredtbs (Si 50 1001 gold coin dollars, delinquent taxes for the Steal year 1875, together with tbe sum of fifty fonr and ainety-aix ooe-hnndredths (5 96-100) gold eoin dollars easts of rait, and all accruing eoata and interest. I hare levied upon, and hall expose for aele at public aartion. In front of the Court-houee of Lincoln County, the fol lowing described property, to wit: Lot number eight (S) , fronting on Main street. In block torn her nineteen (IS), in aald Town of Piorhe, to gether with the Improvements thereon. Aouce is nereoy given mat I will, on Taesday, tbe a 1st day of March, A. D. lSJtt, gelt aU the light, title, interest and claim of the said John Doe, Richard Roe and Johanna Do cher.in and to the said above described property. in front ot the seia court-nouse at docne, Lin coln Connty, State of Nevada, at 12 o'clock m. of said day. for cash In hand in D. 8. (old coin. to the highest and best bidder, to aatisfy said execution and all costs snd interests. , ANDREW F1F8. Sheriff. Dsied: February 15th. 1876, Piorhe, Lincoln County, nevaaa. ns-ra 5CL0TBINC WAR!- CLOTMM WAR! War to the Knife ! War to the Knife ! War to the Knife! JQSI Sheriffs Sale. T)T VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED It ont of the J antics Conrt. of Plocbe Township, Lincoln County, Nevada, and to me I directed and delivered, for a Judgment ren- I dered In said Conrt on the 15th day of January, A. D. 187ft, in favor of the State of Nevada, and I against ths Hercules Mine and Mining claim. John Dos and Richard Koe, lor the stun or seventy-fire 08-100 gold coin dolisrs taxes, together with nrty-nine 41-iuu gold com dollars taxea coats, and all accruing costa and Interest, I have levied on the following property, to wit: AU ths right, title and Intereat in and to the mine known aa the Hercules Mine, situated and located in Bristol Mining District, Lincoln Oountv. Nevada; also all tbe tunnels, drifts, halts, stopea and all the appurtenancea belong ing or appertaining to esia mine. notlc is nereDy given tnai on i Moaular, the 13th day of March, A. D. 1876, I will sell all ths right, title and Interest of aaid Hercules mine and mining claim, John Dos and Richard Roe, in ana to tne a dots de scribed nroperty. at the Court-house- door, at Piocha. Lincoln, County, at 12 o'clock m., at I public auction, for cash In hand, to the highest and best bidder, to aatisfy aaid execution and all eoata and Interest in gold com. Dated Fioche, Feb. 8tb, 1H74. ti-td ANDREW FIFE, Sheriff. PH RICH, The Great Opposition Clothier of Pioche mm a m. f Ail V t At- Vtlil uul awjt iviitii tie urrui WW Clothing Monopoly DOWN WITH PRICES! DOWN WITH PRICES ! DOWN WITH PRICES! MUST BE! SHALL BE! AS JOSEPH RICH, OF THE OPPOSITION CLOTHING STORE 18 IN THE FIELD. DOWN! (SO SAYS THE OPPOSITION STORE) WITH PRICKS! Suits oi English Goods for $12, worth $18, At JOS. RICH'S. 81 ITS OF ENGLISH GOODS FOR $13, WORTH 920, LIVERY STABLE, MEADOW VALLEY STREET, TBOM THIS DATE, ALL TEAMS, BUGGIES, JL KOULAWAYS, ko., ke., will ba Let at a GREATLY REDFCED PRICE. Call and Judge for yourselyes whether they are not cneap At JOS. RICH'S. BEAVER SACK SUITS FOR 918, WORTH 935, At JOS. RICH'S. Cheaper than th Cheapest. PRICE (10.OO. JyiO-tf GEO. O. JOHNSTON, Proprietor. DEXTER LIVERY STABLE, FOREIGN NEWS. London, Feb. 15. Viscount Hirchin brook was elected to Parliament to-day from Huntington and Oadmanchester He favors tbs union of church snd stats and religious teaching in schools. Ths Morning Hocr says rumors have been aboat the past few days to tbs ef fect that telegrams have past passing be tween President Grant and Minister Schenck concerning the latter's resigna tion. Some of theBS reports distinctly state Schenck has been ssked to resign, and others that he intends standing by him. Amsterdam, Feb. 15. -The American Con sul at Rotterdam telegraphs Winslow is arrested in London, and that he deolares his wife bas more money than she admit ted. All will be seized and delivered to Home, Feb. 15. The Pope has granted a dispensation for tbe marriage of the daughter of Sculptor Story, a Pro test, with Commedatre PerazzI, Catho- lio, and brother of the Syndio of Flor ence, lne grant is mentioned as a re markable exoeption to a rule never be fore broken during the Pontificate of Pius IX. Soms extreme Ultramountanes are highly displeased. Meadow Valley Street, PIOCHE, NEVADA. GEO. O. JOHNSTON, PROPRIETOR. CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND TO LET ON j snort notice Team, Buggies and Saddle Horses, At Low Ratea. Stock Boarded by the day or week, and care. I luuy groomed. aiuu-tl J. LEVIN & CO., DIALEBS IX Imported and Domestic Cigars, TOBACCOS, STATIONERY, - SCHOOL BOOKS And a Large Assortment of CONFECTIONERY, One Door below Ph. Feloenthal'a Stouo Building, faring Mead ow Valley street, Main Street, .....Pioche. Jalt-tt BEAVER FROCK SUITS FOR 910, WORTH 930, AT JOSEPH RICH'S. OVERCOATS FOR 910. WORTH SIT. AT JOSEPH RICH'S. CHINCHILLA SACK COATS FOR 98, WORT 915, AT JOS. RICH'S SUITS HADE TO ORDER 915, WORTH 975, AT JOSEPH RICH'S, SUITS MADE TO ORDER FOR 930, WORTH 945 AT JOS. RICH'S. Twenty Dozen French Black Doeskin Pants at 17, Worth $12. Twenty Doaen Black Beaver Pants at $7.50, Made especially for Jos. Etch. Ten Dosen Black Silk Velvet Vesta at $6, Worth $9. Thirty Dozen Cassimere Vests at $3, Worth $8.50. Twenty Dozen Black Cloth Vests at $4, Worth $7. Fifty Dozen Cassimere Pants from $3 to $6 a Pair. Three Hundred Pair Mission Blankets at $8 per Pair One Hundred Dozen Overalls at 75 Cents per Pair. Fifty Dozen Mission Undershirts and Drawers at $1.75 per Fair. Fifty Dozen Heavy Overshirts, Seduced Fifty per cent. One Hundred Caaea Tyrrell's Boots, Reduced 50 per cent. One Hundred Dozen Hats, the Latest Style, Reduced 50 per Cent. OW IB THAT FOB HIGH, MINERS OF PIOCHEt ALL DUE BILLS TAKE! AT PAR AT JOS. RICH'S GREAT OPPOSITION STORE. Main Stmt, MEN FROM BULLIONVIXLE, take notice. Don't buy until yen see the large sign of J"6-" JOB. 3FI.X03BC, Opposition Clothier, ia front of Ston. H HOTELS & RESTAURANTS. SAN JOSE HOTE MAIN STREET, PIOOHH NEVADA . THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING LEASED this popular House, has had the aame tliorouihlv ren ovated and repaired. The ROOMS ARE LARGE AND WELL VENTILATED; THE Will be supplied with tbe best the market affords, and no palna spared to make guests wuivtmdh ana ai noma. the Will be aupplted with hot and cold water, Chanies reasonable. A share ot pnbllo patronage la respectfully A. D. MILLER, Prop'r. July 11th, 1875. Jyll-tf NEW YORK BAKERY AND -ClRESTllTRMTf LAOOTJR 6TRKKT. PIOCHX. HERMAN HOKST, Proprietor. TkRTVATE ROOVfl ELEGANTLY ANDREW. I LYfurnlahed for Dinars, Ball Supper and wedding Parties. . Meavls at All Roan. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT for the aeeomne. datloa of the Public. aa-u MISS 8ADIC ROBINSON TSAcan r INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC, DESIRES TO GIVE LESSONS ON TH1 PIANO FORTS So a few Pupils. Teraas reasonable. Application can ba made at tb realdeaos of Uao. C. Joanaro. whan all mfor. saaUoa as to torsaa, t., wul be given. f-2w E. J. FARGO & CO., IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF BRANDIES, mm AND LIQMS, 310 Front ftreet, Corner of Commercial, Sau rrancisco. tal. jy-M-u DISSOLUTION OF CO PARTNERSHIP. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE co-Dartnership heretofore existing be tween Frank Wheeler and Geo. W. Arnold, un der the Arm name of Frank Wheeler & Co., Is this day dissolved by mutual consent, Frank Wheeler retiring from tne nrm. xne oosiness will be continued by Geo. W. Arnold, who as sumes all liabilities and will collect all debts due the 1st firm. Pioche. Febniarv 8th. 187S. FRANK WHEELER, no-30d utv. n. anauuv. ORHMD! ONWARD! TRIUMPHANT! JONAS CQHN DEFYS COMPETITION! aUita To the Unfortunate. NEW REMEDIES I NEW REMEDIES I DR. GIBBON'S DISPENSARY VO. SSS KEARNY STREET, OOR- Xw NER Oommeroiai, nan rrancisco. Private entrance on Commercial stree. Established in 18M, for the treatment nf Rnxnal and Seminal Disease, auch aa Gonorrhea, Gleet, Stricture, Syphilis in forma, Seminal Weakness, Impotency, etc, etc Skin diseases of yeara standing, and Cloerated lea. etc. successfully treated. DR. GIBBON haa the pleasure of announcing I that he haa returned from visiting the principal Hospttaie oi awope, ana naa resumed practice. The voew naa apazea neuner tune nor money In eaektiia out new remedies, and has returned with increased facilities fox alleviating human suffering. amnau ivoaauaoai enunal amlaalon la eonseouenoa of aeli abuse. This aolltar vice, or depraved sexual Indulgence, la practiced by the youth of both aeiea to aa almost unlimited extent, producing with unerring oertainty the following train of morbid symptoms, unless com batted by scien tific medical measuree, vis: Sallow countenance, ..Ml.n.dtftk.nM ..UJH4k.k..J -la.- I lag in the ears, noise like the rustling ot leaves or raswnf oi cnanoia, uneasiness about the loins, weakneaa of th limbs, confused vision, blunted Intellect, loaa of oonndence, dlfndenc ta approaching strangers, a dial ike to form new aoaualntanoea, a disposition to shun eoctetv. loss of memory, pimple and various eruptions aooni we laee, necue nuanea, rorrea tongue, fcstld breath, coughs, consumption, night sweata, monomania and frequently Insanity. If relief be not obtained, you ahould apply Immediately, either in penoa or by letter, and hare a curt fleeted by hta new and sclentl&e mode of treat, lug disease, which never talla of aflsotlng a quick and radical cur. Cr4 at Hob. Persons at a distance may be CURED AT HOME, by addreaaing a letter to Dr. Gibbon, stating eaa. aymptoma, length of tun th die. ueee has oontlnaed, and have uedloia promptly forwarded, free from damag and eurioaity, in any part of th country, with full and plain dl rectioaa for use. Person writing to the Doctor will pleas stale the nam of the paper thty so this advertlea. sent la. By enclosing 110 tn eoin la a registered lettei through th PosSofBc, orthroagh Wells, t argo k Oo., a package of medicine will b forwarded to any port of tb Union. AU commnDloatioa atrictly oafk1Dtial. Addrssa, DR. 1. 1. GIBBON, sUUy Bos lttt, tea laaoiece, Osl -AND- WILL CONTINUE TO SELL HIS AT.8UCH -THAT b mm BEING A PIONEER IN THAT LINE OF BUSINESS, IT 18 Xmposoiblo for any 1TEW COXTCBZIXT To TTndorsoll COME ONE! COME ALL! ATiarT TOrstlLVn isn wotrn wir-K stT-BOO TOVR ttClDtl WO,