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FRIDAY. AFRO. f. MM NOTICE. Al tha from Dn.T Kkooto will hereafter be m by th Kboou hiiLViii Cowrairr. all dnrtlaaiMBU from this dt mm be settled Wlta Mid company ooly. Mo on la antkottxed to watnrt debt for this Company aulas by tbe written order o( R. 8. Ciowui. BCUORD PrBLIHBIHO COMPAST. Fioca, Deosuber lata, 1(17 i. Piainta Awat. Another carpet-bigger has followed tha example of Captain Scott's eooD And come down of bit own coord. Alderbut Inn, ometime Governor of Missluippi, In order lo Toid impeachment bai reeigned. In nil letter to tbo legislature, tbe ci-Oov-ernor makes oss of tbo following droll expression. "In consequence of tbe election of last November I fonod my self confronted with a hostile Legis lature And embarrassed and baffled in ny endestors to cany oat my plsns for the welfare of my State and my party, and I resolved therefore to resign my offioe as Governor of tbe State of Mis sitsippl." Oeneral Ames evidently thought bit plant and bis party were of more importance than performing de cently and honestly tbe delist of his great offioe. However as the old woman said to tbe thieves, we ere glad be is gone. Tbns bit by bit, tbe regime of tbe carpet-baggers is being destroyed. They rose and fell like tbe hideous obimeras of an evil dream, bat also like Sir Walter Scott's nnhappy specter knight, tbey leave ghastly mementoes of their visit. The scorched beam gavs no more nu- mistakable marks of lbs fervent heat of the ghostly hand wbioh touched it, than tbl wretched States, which shrivelled under the soorobicg ordeal, of being plundered by tbe carpet-baggers. Like the Aaiatie conqueror, it will take some time for tbe grata to grow where tbeir footsteps trod. Silver it aix and aix and a balf per oent. discount in Ban Frsnoiseo. What it to become of at t Keno Journal. All tbe nse the Hoodlum City sbylocks have for Nevada, is to sell ber citizens' goodt at the bigbett ratea and at much at possible depreciate tbe chief product of the State. Tbe remedy it to trade with tbe Eatt. Bern) to New York, Chicago or St. Louia for maohinery, dry goodt and groceries. The foundrymen and merchants, of the latter oity espe cially, will offer inoh inducements that Ban Francisco cannot bops to rival. Tbe Bay City from '49 bat pursued a most illiberal and short-sighted polioy. Her merohantt would neither open roadt or do anything elae to develop tbe wonder tul natural resources of the coast. All tbey would do was to tit at the reoeipt ol custom, take toll and charge from three to ten per oent. per month for the nit of tbt money wbioh tbey had wrung from the bard necessities of tbt miner and rancher. San Frenoiseo bas been nothing but A step-mother, at toullett as a corporation and as sordidly grasping at the Central Pacific Leave her to her self and buy goodt in tbt EaBt. What a progressive ae tbit it. In tbe year of grace 1876, it costs over teven millions to transport blsuketa tbnt a rab bit could jump through; rotten bacon, tour flour and other equally desirable ar tiolet to tbe Indisnt. In 1818 it only eott 1813,000 to carry food and clothing to tbe red man. It it, however, to be remembered aa an exoute for tbe unen lightened ignorance of the offloiala of thott dayt, that they ware totally unao quainted with the teorett ot " addition, division and ailence." If tbe light of that divine tcience bad only irradiated tbtdentefogi of tbeir obtuse under standings, tbey would have at least bagged three or four millions. There was, however, tbit drawback to contend against : Congress and tbe people bad not been trained to the belief that it was the correot thing for offloialt to steal, and tbt uneduoated boors might have barba rously contigned au enlightened official to the penitentiary. Those wbo have indulged in notions and practices in ad ' vanct of their agt have found out tbeir mintake to tbeir cost. It seems more than probable that the fondly cberitbed pride and support o( tht Indiau ring and quack doctors, the deleotable Delano, it likely to come to grief. Poor fellow, wo feel really sorry that after having bad full awing at tbe good thingt of the Indian ring for to long that be abould bave any little trifle like a 10,000 bribe brought against hiin When tbe booty was to large and to often made the tubjeot of a div., it it really vexatious that an odd little matter of a $10,000 job ahould be f usaed about. Delano's great soul did not pay but little Attention to auch small affairs, except it may be indulging in the reoieation of purchasing a few thousand bottles of quack medioine. If the bill which bat passed the House authorising tbe issue of silver coin, passes tbe Senate, it will tend greatly to effect ad improvement in tbo price of ailver bullion. It will also be a long stride toward tbe resumption of specie payments. Tbe alteration in the amounts for which ailver coin shall be reoeived aa a legal tender will also be of great assistance in the appreciation of ailver ooin and consequently of silver bullion. Fifty dollars in one payment is to be the limit for ailver dollars and $26 for ailver ooin below that denomi nation. The Ban Franciscans "Seem to be in good earnest on the Chinese question, Tht telegrsphio reports ol tbe meeting At Uaion Hall reveal a firm bnt moderate , tone that hi well oalculatded to ensure a respectful hearing among the people at large And to have great weight with Congress. The rates of freight from Chicago to Baa Francisco are to be advanced. That's right, put on the screws. These railroad f ellowa will wake up tome fine morning and find out that they bave turned the torew a little too tight. lira. Whitaker, much respected wife of Bitbop Whitaker, bat entirely re covered from her recent illueist. All tbe friends of the Bitbop and hia wife will bo glad to bear thit newt. Ciasox M nrr. la a Utter to Mr. H. F. Rice of Carson, Wells, Fargo 4 Co., through tbeir. Treasurer, Homer King, disclaim all feelings of hostility to tbe Carson Mint. Tbe letter as published in tbe Carson Tribune is as follows: Treasurer's Office, Welle. Fargo 4 Co., Ban Francisco, March 30. 1876. H. F. Rice, Esq., Agent, Carson City. Nevada. Dear Bit We disclaim any feelings of hostility towards the Carson Mint, and we beg to contradict any impression tbat may exist of tbat kind. On tbe contrary, we entertain a most friendly regsrd fur tht officers of tbat institution, and tbey bave been uniformly courteous and oblig ing to u. At tbe time of tbe complaints of tbe Carton "trades" ws gave you the facts at they exieted. Aa to tbe article in tbe Poet we were as much surprised at anybody to see it, and where it originated we do not know. Yonrs truly, Hon ta Kixo. Not a rant of. wile-beating bas been brought btfore tbe Polioe Court of Han Francisco since the passage of the law making tbs offense punishable by tbe application of tbe lasb. Previooa to its passage there was an average of four or five cases every week. You bet. Tbe cowardly hounds who get on a mesn drunk and then go home and abuse their wives, will be very sure to keep clear of tbe whipping-post. Tbe Carson Tribune htt the bad taste and worae manners to call Cardinal Man. ning a " renegade priest." Hard namet only hurt the perton r party wbo utet them. More tbau thirty years ago tbe London Timet once denounced the Catholio clergy of Ireland at " turpliced ruffians," and to this day the cruel and unprovoked intuit bas not been forgot ten or forgiven. Tbe Kentucky House defeated the Sen ate bill providing for the stocking of all ttreamt in tbe State with fish. They didn't want any dirty old stockings stuck in their atroamt. NEVADA NEWS. W. H. Doane, formerly of tha Carson Mint, hat been appointed Gsuger of this State. Bishop Whltaker't new rectory it now nearly completed, and it it to be entirely to within tbe next two weekt. Pete? Larkin, who murdered Dan Cor coran in Virginia City last August, baa been found guilty of murder in the first degree. Tbe Reno Journal wants the reat ol tbe State to participate in the Carson Centennial celebration. Too far to go. Tbe Gold Hill News says that it will accept trade dollars at par for all ac counts due that office. Sensible man. Same here. Tbe long-delayed projeot ot ercoting a mouument to John C. Calhoun it about to be carried into effect by the Ladies' Monument Atsociation ol Charleston, 8. C. The Chronicle soys that all the Judges in Virginia City chew tobacco on the bench, and it it not unusual for at torney! to refresh themtelvei from pocket flasks during the courts of ex hausting trials. On 0 street, Virginia, there daily con gregate a number of persona wbo teem to have nothing to do but to stand in tbe way or other people wbo are passing. The action of sunshine upon the people is in no way peouiiar, tor toe longer tiiey eland tnere tbe lazier tney get. The Reno Journal of the 2d inst. says the ttreett of that town are now thronged with idle men waiting for something to turn up that will give tbem employment. There will be work around tbit section pretty soon for a large number ot men. Twenty-five boxes of ten-cent piecet, tsys tbe Reno Journal ot the 2d instant, each box containing $2,000, went through town on its way East from the Carson Mint. Fifty thousand dollars in bit piebes make quite a large pile, and tbey miKbt be rather unbaudy it a mau bad uothing elee. 'Mr. Charles W. Friend, residing at Carson, will toon asoertain the respec tive altitudes of Virginia City, Gold Hill, Silver City, Dayton, and other points, at well at to determine tbe average on the "owooked wailwoad." The alti tude o( tbe State oapital it 1.G29 18-100 above tea level. A windy controversy it going on at Virginia City between tbe School Board and one John Kelley, concerning wbioh the Silver City Reporter complacently remarks: Meanwhile, whoever may be in tbe right, the printer makes v neat little profit out ot the misunderstanding. "It's an ill wind tbat blows nobody good." The wood drive on tbe Carson river is making things very livtly down at Dayton, a large force of Ben btlug em ployed at taking tbe wood out of tbe river and piling it up to dry. The ac tivity in tbe wood busineat will be apt to last until cold weather sets in next (all, as tbe large amount ot suow wbioh fell in tbe mountains during tbe winter will be apt to f uruish .a good head ot water during tbe entire season. Gold Hill never sleeps. Every eight hours the miners who dig tbe ore from our mines change. Every eight hours a set of working men oome up from tbe depths and another set go down. Tbe ponderous maohinery it going night and day pumping, hoisting and lowering. Ore it brought up and goea to the mills; the watte rook goea over the dump. So it it day alter day, month after montb, year after year. Tbe ore it crushed and made into bullion. The bullion takes tbe form of trade dollars, tbat are dis counted from tour to five per cent, and sometimes said to be two or three oentt tbort on the hundred. Upon the tcore of economy tbe direc tors of the South Yorkshire coal mines have ordered tbat hereafter blasting must be discontinued when men are down in the pitt, at "the continued deaths by aooident rendered skillful labor very dear," Exchange. Tbit short paragraph shows that our English oousint are beginning to learn that tbe truest eoonomy it tbat which lookt after tbe health and aafety of tbe laboring man. This (act has long ago been discovered in the Comstock mines, where tbe precautions to guard against accident to miners are reduced in moat of tbe larger mlnea to aa near a perfect system as tbey can be. Silver City Re gister. Tbe Silver City Reporter of the 1st says: Lyman Jones was to be observed on the streets yesterday with a pick and shovel in his band and a business look in his eye. He Intends starting in on the eanyon, near the Opbir flat, below the Daney mine, and feels confident of being able to clear $7 or 98 a day. There is a good stream ot nice warm water run ning down the ravine which be intends prospecting. - Tbe water is pomped out ol tbe Daney. Some men bave been working in tbe ravine (or several days, making, it ia said, from three to four dollars per day. Mr. Jonee tbinks be knows a few points about rltce r mining of wbirb tbe other men are ignorant. which he believes will eucb!e bim to extract double tbe amoont of toio tl.7 do. He bas an old -fakhioned rocker. wbicb be shipped lo the ravine jester day. CEXEHtL NEWS. Milton 8. Latham is lying dangerously ill at Menlo Park. For fooling with election ballots Minor Walden wss sent to the California State Prison for five yesrs. Tbe preliminary attempt at opening a tunnel beneath tbe Straits of Dover to connect England and France will shortly be commeaced. Tbe citizens ot Tuolumne County, Cel., are tickled to death over the pas sage of a bill anthorizing the construc tion of a railroad through tbat county. The residence of Jonas Marcuse, at Yuba City, Cal., was burned on tbe 31st nit; nothing was saved but a box ot jewelry and silverware. Tbe Mikado of Japan bat, by a recent decree, granted to journalists tbs right of sending whslever commnnicationt tbey may detire from one part of tbe empire to the other freo of charge, lie ia a sensible Mik. , Major General Scbofield, for aix years commanding the Pacifio Division, has been appointed Superintendent ot West Point, and will leave for that place shortly. Major Oeneral W.8. Uoncock will probably succeed Sobofield. A correspondent of the Silver City Re porter; writing from Cheyenne, says: Tbe Montana panibler is largely repre sented here. They are all waiting until some one putt up a first-olass hotel in Custer, then tbey intend going in and playing the limit until be busts. Giptnio Paul Boynton'a latest and most dangerous performance before the public in his life-saving dress was to swim over the falls of the Ohio. The wind was blowing a regular March hurri cane at tbe time of bis passage over tbe rapids, and the battle with the water and tbe wind together waa a (earful one, the exhibition being witnessed by thousands from Louisville and the other cities about tbe falls. Th Silveb Coinaoc Bin. The fol lowing is tbe text of the bill as passed tbe House: That there be and hereby is appropriated out of tbe money in the Treasury not otherwise appro priated the sum of $100,000, to pro vide for engraving, printing and other expenses of making and issuing United States notes . Section 2 That the Secre tary of the Treasury is hereby directed to issue silver coins of the United States of the denomination ot ten, twenty, twenty-five and fifty cents of an equal amount of fractional currenoy, whether tbe same be now in the Treasury await ing redemption, or whether it be pre sented for redemption; and tbe Secre tary of the Treasury may, under the reg ulations ot tbe Treasury Department, provide for such redemption and issue by tbe substitution at tbe regular sub treasuries and public depositories of tbe United States until tbe whole amount ot fractional currency outstanding be re deemed. Section 3 Tbat silver coins of the United States ot tbe denomination of $1 shall be a legal tender at tbeir nominal value lor any amount not exceeding $50 in any one payment, and silver coins of tbe united states or tbe denominations of lest than $1 shall be a legal tender at tneir nominal value Tor any amount not exoeeding $25 in any one payment. NEW TO-DAY. AUDITOR'S REPORT. AUDITOR'S OFFICE, 1 Piochs, Nov.. Much 3d, 1876. j To the Honorable Board of Comity Commis sioners of Lincoln County, Kevada. I herewilh submit my report ot the nuances ot Lincoln County (or the quarter year ending March Mat, 1876. RECEIPTS. Cash on hand January 1st, 1876 f 29,641 76 I'roiu Delinquent Tax 1H76, Pioche 1,810 113 ' " " " County... I,4fl69 " Delinquency thorcon His 76 " County Licenses 1,668 80 " flaming " 1,123 00 " Docket Ta 100 00 " Proceed! Mines, 4th quarter '76. 6,111 33 " 8Utc to County School Fund. . . . 8,203 87 143.418 76 Transferred from General Fund to Judge's Salary Fund.. (150 83 f 44,369 98 DianunssMxtrrs. Paid to and tor State .'.$12,760 6.1 Bchool fuud 1,537 18 Judge's Salary Fund I,liil6 69 District Attorney's Salary Fund 800 IX) Auditor's Salary Fund 222 81 Tteaourer'a Salary Fund 4.VI 00 Contingent Fund tfinix) Sick Fuud 8IK1 25 Firs Fund 176 00 Fire Warden 100 00 Transferred from General Fund to Judge's Salary Fund 1)50 83 119,793 28 TUB THKAM'BIB'S REPORT Of March Slat, 1876, exhibits cash on hand is lulbws: State Fund 113 63 School Fund 8,uss 84 Treasurer's Salary Fond 418 24 Oeneral Fund..... , 10,135 32 Interest Fuud 6,713 38 Redemption Fund 1.125 55 Contingent Fund 1,666 66 Hospital Fond.... 41 14 Fire fund., 7 i;5 Firo Warden Fund 822 31 School Special Fund.,,,.., 69416 S24.676 30 W. H. HENDERSON. It County Auditor. ATTENTION, PROTECTION HOSE CO.. NO. 2. WHERE WILL BE A REGULAR I Monthly Meeting of Protection nose uonipauy, mo. 2, ou Friday Evening, April 7th, 1876, At their Hosa House. I.ieour street, at T o'clock. As tha regular monthly business will come before the meeting all members are requested to oe present. By order of the President, at A. . ARNOLP, Scc'y. ATTENTION, LIGHTNER HOOK & LADDER CO. rERE WILL BE A REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING of the Llghtner Book It Ladder company on Friday Evening, April f th, 1876, At tha office of the Justice ot the Peace, Lacour street. The regular monthly business will oome before tha meeting, and all members are re questea to im present at sharp T o Clock, By order of the President, at A. H. EMANUEL, Secretary LL PER80NS ABE HEREBY WARNED not to purchase or nesotlat an order for n Hundred Dollars ($1001. drawn by Freda Kuhls on Messrs. Pierson a Danner, tn favor of Win. Kraft, as payment of the same has been topped. TWO). KUHLS. Plooba, March 11th, UTS. mrlS-SOd BOOTS ASD SHOES. J. B. STEPHENS, FQi FASHIONABLE BOOT-MAKER, Main Itmt, Adjoining; Ploehe Bom Nm. 1. T EINO CONSTANTLY IN RECEIPT OF THE J Beat Brands of French Stork. I am al ways prepared to make to order all kinds of BOOTH, BHOEfl. AND GAITERS Of every description, in the latest styles. WATER-PROOF CORK. HOLED BOOTS Mado to order in No. 1 style. Oocd fit warranted. REPAIRIXO NEATLY DONE. Agent for Brown's Batla Polish. Makes old shoes new. Inside Cork Bole for sale. jalOtf I. B. STEPHENS. Chas-JESooh. BOOTS AND SHOES. STORE HAS REMOVED TO LYNCH'B Vfei Bnllillmon Lacour Street, s 1 !' iourning Record Buaineas Office, and has just receive.! a large assortment or MEM'S AND BOY'S BOOTS, LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES, which will be sold very cheap. Custom made Boot to order. Repair ing done cneap. Leather and findings for sale. Small repairing of any of my sale work don r. or charge. CHAS. KOCH. A. J. MASON, CITY BOOT and SHOE STORE, MAIN STREET, PIOCHE. ' i W HERE YOU RAN FIND ALL KINDS OF" CUSTOM-MADE BOOTS, SHOES and GAITERS. ALSO A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BEADY MADE BOOTS AND SHOES. ORDIkS Taken for Ladles' Fancy Boots and Slippers. in llama Done by workmen who understand their bna. nesa. n90-tf s. r. HOBToa, a. sohwxioib Boots, Boots, Boots. MORTON A SCIIWUR, MAIN STREET, PIOCHE, Adjoining Wells, Fargo a Co. A HE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE ALL kinds of superior Onstom-mada Boots, Nailed, Pegged, Screwed or Sewed, from th host branda of French Stock. SEWED BOOTS their Specialty. We trill guarantee onr Sewed French Calf Boots and Gaiters to be equal to any ever mad in th BUt. A GOOD m WARRANTED, OB NO SALE. PARTICULAR ATTENTION paid to aarAiHUitt. 7"0nr Prlow will conform to th Ti nes. MORTON di SCHWE1 JKR. myU-tf 1819. 187G, 67TH ANNIVERSARY. ANNIVERSARY BALL, mo BR GIVEN UNDER THE AUSPICES US WE, E S, HD- I. O. O. F.v -ON THS EVKMIMO Or APRIL 26, 1876, - iT I BROWN'S HALL. IiTltatloi Committal. J. W, WRIGHT, R. H. ELAM. D. A. FUI.KS, H. KBAU8B. A. H. EM AS UCL, K. B. CLUTE. , Seceptloa Coaalttia. A. H. EMANUEL. R. H. ELAM, D. A. FOLKS, J. W. WBIOHT. ricor Ilrectn-1. I. CL0T1. flew UsBsrtrt. RUBS. SCOTT. D. COHS. api-td J. LEVIN fc CO., DEAuasm Imported and Domestic Cigars, TOBACCOS, STATIONERY, - SCHOOL BOOKS And a Large Assortment of CONFECTIONER T, One Door belavr Ph. Felaeaithal's Stan Bwlldlaf, facta Mead ow Valley Street, Main Street, Pleeke. jal-u Dividend Notice. THE STOCKHOLDERS OP THE STATE BANK OP NEVADA ar hereby notined that at th monthlv meetina of th Board of Directors, th REGULAR DIVIDEND waa declared fur th month ol March of a Per Ceat. On th amount ot capital stock, payable at th Bans in united uia tea goia ooin on am DAT, th loth Inst. 1. W. WRIGHT. Bank Manaaar. nocae, RtvM Apru tn, ins. )i9su sr GE0CEEHS, FH07ISI0HS. PH. FELSENTHAL MAIN STREET' LARGE STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF JUST ARRIVED ! DUFFIELD AND FULL ASSORTMENT GB00ERIE8. WHOLESALE "AND- RETAIL. A CAR LOAD OEST- COAL OIL, 4U8T RECEIVED. And for Sale Low1 iOENT FOR DUPONT'8 IRON IKO BLASTING POWDER. CXiOTHXXTG, HATS, ko -OP ALL Varieties, Styles and Kinds AT IM LOWEST BATES. Call and See my Stock GROCERIES CIOTHISG, CLOTHING WAR! CLOTHING WAR! War to War to War to JOSEPH RICH, The Great Opposition Clothier of Pioche Will not Stop Cntil h Breaks th ' Clothing Monopoly, , DOWN WITH PRICES!. DOWN WITH PRICES ! DOWN WITH PRICES! MUST BE! SHALL BE! JOSEPH RICH, OF THE OPPOSITION CLOTHING STORE 13 IN THE FIELD. DOWN I (SO SATS THE OPPOSITION STORE) WITH PRICES! Snitg oi English Goods for $12, worth $18 At JOS. Sl'ITS OP ENGLISH GOODS FOR SIS, WORTH $t0 At JOS. RICH'S. BEAVER SACK SUITS FOR SIS, WORTH $95, At JOS. RICH'S. BEAVER FROCK SUITS FOR S19, WORTH 30, AT JOSEPH RICH'S. OVERCOATS FOR $10. WORTH $11. AT JOSEPH RICH'S. CHINCHILLA SACK COATS FOR $8. WORT $15, AT JOS. RICH'S SUITS HADE TO ORDER $43, WORTH $75, AT JOSEPH RICH'S SUITS MADE TO ORDER FOR $30, WORTH $45 AT JOS. RICH'S. Twenty Dozen French Black Doeskin Pants at $7, Worth $12. Twenty Dozen Black Beaver Psnts at $7.50, Made especially fur Jen. Ski. Ten Dosen Black Silk Velvet Vesta at $0, Worth $9. Thirty Dozen Casaimere Vests at $5, Worth f 8.50. Twenty Dozen Black Cloth Vests at J4, Worth $7. Fifty Dozen Cassimere Pants from 13 to (6 a Pair. Thre Hundred Pair Miesion Blankets at $8 per Pair lunarea Dozen Overalls at 75 Cents per Pair. Fifty Dozen Mission Undershirts and Drawers at $1.78 per Fair Fifty Dozen Heavy Overahlrts, Reduced Fifty per cent One Hundred Cases Tyrrell' Boots, Reduced 60 per cent One Hundred Dozen Hats, the Latest Style. Reduced to per Cent. HOW IS THAT TOR HIGH, MINERS OF PIOCHET AIL 131 mils tf Plovhr J08' CH'S GREAT OPPOSlllON ffJkS.'lttmVXK MEN FROM BCLLIONVnXEvtakenotl Don't buy until you ree th. law alM ,,'10"u aOS.HICH Opposition Clothir..lnUontatt" ONWARD! ONWARD! TRIUMPHANT! JONAS COHN DEFYS COMPETITION! WILX. CONTINUE TO SELL HIS -AT mmm mmm. BEING A PIONEER IK THAT LINE or BUSINESS. IT IS Xmpossiblo for any NEW CONCERN To TTndorooll Bio1 COME ONE! COME ALL! AND IATUVT YOmSKLVEtl, AND VOIR Of "ST-BOOK VU0tM$ TOUR SVIDEI DBYGOOBS, ETC the Kn fe the Knife ! the Knife ! AS RICH'S. I -AND- 8TJCH -THAT-