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ATT BOAT. ...APKIL I. 11 NOTICE. A Ik Ptocni DB. Racoan will bnfter be rna by the Become PcausHta Coxyast. (11 nlmllMinmH trot this dale nut to settled vttk said eompeny oaly. Ma cm tm ae.tharUee' to eoatiect debts for this Compear nleeeby tw illsm order of R. B. Crnur. RECORD rFBUSHUa COMPANY. Ploeh. December Mth, UTf. CHENCBv. BohsDck is making a avigoruaa cffart to tew hi skirU from lb Emm Boaadal, but o for baa not been rery eacceasfal. The main point at laea remains jast M heretofore. BUwkrt nd Park Bought Solitnck because be wu U. S. liiniater to Greet Britain and because Bchtnck'l position would suable tbem to fluat the lock oa the London market. Bchenck Allowed tbM stock sharps to prostitute hi official position in fartbsrano of tbeii aehaee and it it (or that act wbioh h U bow arraign d. Nothing mot or nothing less. It la not beeaoae he In vested ia the Emma or toad money of lott money or beoaose a lot of British galls were robbed. All tboae matter are entirely betide (be charge againtl Behenok. lie U aocoaed of Allowing bit high official poeition, At tbe represents tire of tbe American people, to be dragged la tire drat and disgraced by be oaring tbe decoy dnek for a lot of atock tbarpa. So far, the erldene aapporta, ratber tban not, tbe gravamen of tbia Terr eeriont aocusation. Arguing in defenat of Schcock tbe Virginia Enter prise says: Bad it been a nrivate eitUen who bad done joet what Bchenck did, there ia not A man in tbe world who would not bate aaid b acted with prudence on enob srl- deno aa would have been enffioient to innaeao a thorough boaineea man, and that ha waa entitled to trmDathr for bit nltfortanet and reepeot for the way be had drawn from bia private fortune to make good bia liabilities. Exactly. If Bchenck bad been a pri Tata citizen and bad been dnped by Stewart and Park into fooling bia money away, nobody but bimtell wonld bare right to make a remark or critioiie bit acta ao far aa tbey are known. That ia tba point where the whole affair hinget, Sohenek wet not a private citizen, be waa tha people'a ambataador to a foreign power, and beoaaae h waa inveated with that great offloe he had no right to de grade it and bia country by becoming mare eapper in a gambling transaction, having the London Stock Exobenge for tba aoena on which it ia to be consum mated. That it tba whole bead and front of hla offending. Tat Wat to bo it. Tbe Ban Fran cisco Board of Sap rviaore tbe other night resolved. That it ia tbe aenae of tbia Board that all officers of tha oity and county ahonld refrain from employing la any capacity any Chinee coolie aad from tbe pur chase and a of any article toanafao tnred or produced ia California by each coolie labor, or ia any manner aiding or iating any inch eooli ia obtaining employment or article lor manniactar. d from purchasing from and patronis ing those who shall be known to employ, aid or trade with, or to b employed by any euoh eooli. There' the whole matter in a nut shell. If tba eitizena of California and Nevada would adopt and act opon tba above suggestions, tha Chineae question would be answered. In a few montba Mr. Vongol would aet bia face to the West and again inbal tba spicy galea of garbage and stale opium fames that ao greatly delight the noatrll of tba refined and moral Cantonese. I robbery, when tbe Government ia the victim, no longer a erime? Ia a Uovernment official that haa been re creant to bi trust to b permitted to remain ia a responsible position? 8 F. Chronicle, Well that la jast how people think. According to tome peoplet notione it it an impertinence and a waste of time and money for Congreta to try to expose tha wrong doer and puniab tbe guilty. It ia then only partisan rnalioe, bnt if it occur on the other aide of tbe honrfe, it ia ar dent patriotism and a desire to vindicate the honor of the country. With the Alt and othera it make considerable differ- enoe a to whose ox ia gored. There cornea from London, the mone tary center of the world, the obeering intelllgeno that silver it in better de mand and tlightly advanced in price. NEVADA NEWS. BEECBER AGAIN. Tha telegram published thla morning etate that tha Beecber crowd are at it again. Tbia time it it tba member of th Aaaooiation of Congregational Minis ters. They propose to again stir up th Beecber mesa by inviting every one who kaowa anything about tha matter to coma forward and tell it all or forever bold their peaoe. That la all very well but tba court is not very satisfactorily constituted. That Glendenning butinea save tbe Dublin a proof of tbe folly of trying ministers before member of th earn profeation. Wa therefor propose another mode of getting rid of Beeoher. Tha Asialio plague 1 at Bagdad. Could not aome of th missionary societies induct Beeoher to accept a mission to that point. If th great expounder of true inwardness could only be tolled off to tha shores of tba Persian Gulf it might please a merciful Provideno to place H. W. B. In Abraham' botom, or any other plao exoept in th long suffer ing United State. Otherwise he will never quit, or else aomebody will never quit investigating him. The thing is gstting monotonous and utterly wearl eome. Every time be or hi doing are touohed the aame old effluvium ariaet, For heavent aake let him alone. Ha and th congregation of Plymouth Cburob agree admirably. Therefore there 1 no doubt but that they ar by natura and inclination wall tailed to esoh other, Probably if n. W. B. were not an adult- erer and a perjurer ha would not be well adapted to the taetea and babitt of hit congregation. They are joined to tbeir idols; let Iheut alone. Before Congress adjoorna tor the session, it is to bs hoped that It will pass an act to compel tha railroads either to take out patenta for or give up tha publio lands. Tbesa law defying cor porations assert tha title to huge tract of land, but refuse to pay taxea upon their possessions. There I ouly on way to dsal with inch institutions and that is th right and direct one. Compel them to obey the law or lose their title to th property. In this oountry It is eonoeded fact that there la one law for th rich and another for tba poor. I to tbia disgraceful but aotual distinction, to b added another, that there ia on law for a great railroad corporation and another for aa ordinary citizen. It looks that way now. ThoPaciflo Mail Company seems to b in a bad way and ia likely to aoou go , to piece. W regret thla.for a long aa it keep in exlstenoe it will be an Incubus on tba Central Pacifl and render the railroad less able tooope with tha for midable opposition that ia being operated by tba Panama Railroad Company What a abama it is, that a gigantic cor poratioa Ilka tba Central Paciflo cannot bav vrytbing it own way. Aftor having a railroad built for it and refusing to fulfill aoy of Its obligations it ought to bs able to do just aa it pleased. Thai la quit a myeterioua dispatch nnhiiahad veaterdav morning aa to tba aurrey of a railroad from Austin (Tax to a plao named Topolorampo, on tba Oulf of Mexico. W expect tha latter ia a mistake and tha survey ia to be made between Austin (Texas) and some point oa tha Paoifto ooaat ot Mexioo. Tha true Interpretation of tha extradi tion treatlee between Great Britain And tha UnlUd State appears to be a littl U2Uralt to get at. Gray, Brent and Wlnalov ar all la custody In London Awaiting th aotioa of tha British Got. ramant. The corner stone of John Dennis's Damphool Infirmary was laid last Satur day. In addition to Bob Lower j's proposed Democratic psper at Virginia a new Re publican Journal ia talked about. On tbe 4th tha Richmond Company of Eureka shipped ten bars of silver, valued at 111,909.71, to Haa Francisco. Among tba express matter arriving at Eureka on Sunday night were 500 pounds oi trade dollars. The Carson Tribune tayt that Judge Belknap has been unite sick but ia now improving. Tbe Eureka Sentinel says that town is not producing much bullion at present, but in the boy baby business is doing the biggest kind of a bouncing business Eureka and Mountain Lodges, I. O O.F. of Eureka, intend celebrating th 57th anniversary day of tbe introduction ot tbe order in tbe United mates by a grand parade, exerciss and a ball. For tbe month of March tbe reoeipts from tba sale of tickets in tbs Reno offloe of tbe Central Paoifio will smount to about $18,000. L. B. Sturgis, an old resident of Eureka, died yesterday morning, alter a long illness, of consumption. Mr.Sturgis was a native of Norwallt, liuron oouuty, Ohio. Another cave has ooenrred on B street, Virginia, tba house of a watchman em ployed by Cot. Jamea G. Fair being almost ready to fall into the hole thus formed. Bogus trade dollars are being "shoved" in San Franoisco. Tbe oitizens ol Hood lum City bavs suoh a oontempt for trade dollar that It is remarkbale that tney think it worth while to counterfeit tbe despised coin. Col. Lanterne, Assistant oivll engineer C. P. R. R., will shortly arrive at Mill City, for the purpose of surveying a route for the Oregon It. B., through the Ante lope mountains to Rabbit Hole. It is expected tbat the road will be built by tbia route. There wae a meeting ot the Miners' Union Friday evening at Ruby Hill, aays tbs Eureka Sentinel of the 2d, but If any ohange in the proposed course of procedure waa agreed upon, it bae pot yet been made known to us, and we are atill inclined to the opinion that matters are still at a dead lock between tbe Union and tbe companies. On tha 1st instsnt, upon th arrival ot the up freight train at Diamond Station, E. & P. R. R., a ooal wagon was dis covered near a car on the side track, and iu it th dead body of a man. The wagon was loaded with oonl, which tbe man had commenosd unloading upon the car, but bad only removed one sack when be was stricken by death. His name was S. H. Teaadale, a native of Vermont. Death waa oansed by heart diaeaae. The Eureka Sentinot of tba Sd aays: The new Chinese josa-houae is at last completed, and the heathena are making " Roma bowl " over the event. Any one happening in that vicinity while servioe is going on would think Bedlam bad broken looae. Tbe Chineae are on the ava ot lorming a baud ot rsusio, and when tha instruments arrive th town will bav to be moved a mile or ao up the oanvon. or the Celestial given tbe use ot soma tunnel to practice tbeir me lodious strains. Joseph Hitobings. a resident ol Pali sade, came np from tbat plao to th hay ranch on th Eorek and Palisade Rail road laat Thursday. Ha went to bed that night, but tbe next morning waa missing, and baa not si no been seen or beard ifroro. A case and pocket- knife, each marked with blood, war found near bia bed. and as he bad been drinking freely it i feared that he baa made awav with himself. Parties from th bav ranoh were out searching for him, but up to noon yeeterday, when the freight train passed, no trao of him bad been found, A jam in tha wood-drive now being mad on th Carson river occurred at tha Vivian bridge. It extended np tba river to tba Vivian dam and at one time it waa thought that th bridge would be carried away. After the moat strenuous xertion of th lumbermen for many hour th iam waa at last broken and tbe wood began rushing down th rivr. It is said that a great jam la often oansed by a single atiok lodging In a particular position against the rook, and it ia im possible to break the jam until this atiok ia found and dislodged. The atiok found and moved th whole, j filling tba river for half a mile above, disappear as if by magic. Tba 3d inst. waa tba Chinas festival Taing Ming, or tha worship at tbt tomb Early in tha morning tha Chineae onsrter at Eureka, waa redundant with tba various savery fame of "roast pig in tha varion stsaes of cooking to be offered to aatisfy the hunger cravings of tbe defunct celestials. At about noon several Urge wooden treys, containing tbe baked meats, fowls, veetablee and fruits, were taken to the Chinese burial ground aad there deposit 1 on the grave lor consumption, nomeiuing ost bav gone wrong wita me irasi as the provender remained untouched daring the time it was left at tte grave, and after remaining about an hour tbe track waa brought back to be masticated by tbe live Chinese. Tbe Austin Reveille says: William J. Moncey, Chief cf the Gem Lying Club, of Elko, waa presented by the member of the Club with 'an elaborate leather medal. William was s pioneer ol Austin, and all old residents know that be is fully Qualified for tbe position of Head Center of a Lying Club. Tbe Inyo Independent statea that one J. B. Norton, who is in jail at Indepen dence for th killing of James Coyle, at Darwin, Is deliberately starving himself to death, not having taken any nourish ment for ten davs. He declares be will die, and that when be is taken from tbe tail It will b as a corpse, that his family shall not be disgracd ny nis being hung. In referenoe to th dead-lock la i log mattere at Eureka tbe Sentinel ssys: We predicted a few days ago tbat the dif ferences existing between tbe Miners Union and managers of tbs Baby Hill mining companies would be speedily and amicably adjusted. Oar prediction was based upon the etatementa oi com par ties, which, conjointly, would sppear to justify the conclusion; but we have sinoe received no intimation inai any aieps bare been taken towards the reconcilia tion of difficulties. Tbe Union has made no announcement ot its Intention to re cede from its position in relation to con tract work and the non-employment by the companies or other tban union men, and we bave Deen autnontativeiy in formed that the companies are fully de termined not to resume operations under any diotation In regard to tba manner in which tbeir claims snail ds worked, or as to wboni tbey shall or shall not em ploy. And to tbe matter stands at dead-lock. Iu tbe meantime, mining operations are entirely suspended at Kubv JUill. and business or ail kind almost at a standstill in Eureka. When there will be an improvement upon this condition of affairs we will not hazard conjecture; but certainly the outloook present appears anything but favorable, BOOTS AID SHOES. PH. FELSEHTHALl B. STEPHENS, fjji FASHIONABLE BOOT-MAKER, Mala RItmI, AdtelalnsT Ptaeae Hose No. L- -11 EI NO COKBTAKTLT 131 HKTTPT OT TUB I 1 ShI RraiuU af French Stock. I am al ways prepared to make to order ill kinds of BOOTH, SHOE. AND GAITEM Of every deerrlptlon, ia the latest style. WATEH-PBOOF COBK. HOLED BOOTS Mad to order ia No. 1 style. Good fit warranted. BEPAIHINe NEATLY DONE. Agent for Brows' Satin Polish. Makes old shoes new. Inside Cork Boles for sale. J sl9tf I. B. STEPHENS. GbasaJESooh. BOOTS AND SHOES. TTa REMOVED TO LTNCH'S 1 1 BniMine on Laconr Street, ad- Joornin Hrcord Bneinens Office, and has Just receired a urge assortment or MEN'S AND BOY'S BOOTS, LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES, which will be sold very cheap. Cnstom made Boots te order. Repair InsT done eneap, T .either and And Inge for sale. Imall repairing: of any of my sal work don r.-ee or charge. 6X00EME8. PE0VISI0I8. TSG, EST GOODS. ETC. MAIN STREET CLOTH FAR! War to th War to tti War to th if LARGE STOCK JQSI or ILL USDS OP !PH RICH The Great Opposition Clothier of Pioche Will not Stop Cntll he Bnaka th ' Clothing Monopoly. J GROCERIES . DOWN WIT DOWN WIT DOWN WIT MUST BE! SI it 5! JE! AS at A. J. MASON, CITY BOOT and SHOE STORE, MAIN STREET, PIOCHE. I IHTHERE YOU CAN FIND ALL fV KINDS of; GENERAL NEWS. Tucson is affected with a coal oil famine. A fresb snpply cannot arrive too soon. Tbe Ban Fernanda oil wells aro cow affording some ry eneonraging re sults. It is thought the district is rery nob in petroleum. Tbe plasue has readied Bagdad, where there are ten oasea daily. Tbe Egyptian sanitary authorities quarantine arrivals from tbs I'srsitn gun lor niteen aays. Tbe proposed retirement of the Czar appears partially oonfirmed. It is stated that the Czarowitch will be Intrusted with the Regency during tbe summer, being temporarily invested with full sovereigb power. At Santa Barbara. Cal.. the body of man apparently about 40 years old was found lvine on tbe beach, washed np by the tide. On the loft side ot the head was a long deep gash, aa if inflicted with some heavy instrument. The cir cumstances seem to point to foul play. Tbe Mosoow Gazette says that on tbe Gib of Febrnary a troop of wolves at tacked near Moscow a number of persons traveling on sledges. One person only sucoeeded in making his escape, thanks to tbe swiftness of ahorse; twenty-three persons were torn to pieoes. The Chicago Tribune says: "The cheekiest thing that has occurred sinoe tbe 1st of January, 187G, was the vote of the Hon. (?) ttobumaker, Pemooratio M. 0., for the impeachment of Belknap. He bad $300,000 of Paoifio Mail corrup tion fund in bis pocket st the time. His party eonfreresdidn't troubled him about It. There is no resolution or impeaoh- ment. Why is this thus?" Two St. Petersburg journals the Going and the Vedemosti assure the South Holavonians tbat although Russia is hardly in a position to sucoor tbem at onoe, she will neither coerce them by violent measures nor allow anomer lower to eoeroe them. If tbe South lolAVoninns feel strong enough to rise ecainst the Turks. Russia, according to the Vedemosti. will guarantee the neu trality of other parties. 'Ibis language strangely differs from the intelligence seml-ofuolally propagated, but under tbe Russian press laws it could not be ut tered with impunity if unapproved of. The French Senate has arranged a method for a partial renewal of its membership every three years, as pres cribed by tba constitutional laws. The departments are divided according to alphabetical order into three categories, each represented by 70 Senators. Lots were then drawn to aeeitie tne oratr in wbioh the Senators of tbs three cate gories must seek seleotion, and the result was that Senators in lus urst category are to retire after nine years, those in the second after three years and tboae in tbe third after six years. Tbe second category of Senators thus obliged to re tire at tbe expiration ol tbree years in cludes at present 61 members of tbe Right and 18 of th Left. CUSTOM-MADE BOOTS, SHOES and GAITERS. also a laroe assortment or BEADY MADE BOOTS AND SHOES. OtDlll Taken for Ladles' Fancy Boots and Slippers. Biriismo Don by workmen who understand tbeir bits- ness. D9U-U a. r. afOBTON, I. loimon Boots, Boots, Boots. NEW TO-DAY. EVERY OTHER DAY STAGE LINES. TARE .... $33.00. IIAL7 DAILY FBOat HAMILTON TO llOBINSON 8CHELL CREEK, AND AND TRI-WEEXLI FBOM HAMILTON TO CHEEKY CEEIK ZVEBY 0TH.KB DAY FROM PIOCHE TO SALT LAKE CITY. FARE TO TERMINUS, MO. GILMEE & SALISBURY, Proprietor!, aTtARRTlVa V. S. MAIL iXV WILLS. FAB- J QOk OO.fl EXPRESS. Th Three Lines newly Stocked with Flu AMERICAN HORSES nl stew CONCORD COACHES. k..Mi l.... UiMki .t ' 'a A'clock A, M. maklu elos eoniweUoa with Ballroad Stag from Hamilton. Omeasrt Welle, Fare H Cw. . B-U JUST ARRIVED t DTJFFIELD JOSEPH RICH, OF THE OPPOSITION CLOTHING 8T0EE 19 Ut THE FIELD. DOWN! (SO SATS THE OPPOSITION STORE) WITH PRICES! Suits oi English Goods for $12, worth $18 At JOS. RICH'S. At At SLITS OF ENGLISH GOODS FOR 913, WORTH 930, RICH'S. BEAVER SACK SUITS FOR 118, WORTH 35, JOS. RICH'S. AMD ARC BEAVER FROCK SL'ITS FOR 919, WORTH 930, AT JOSEPH RICH'S. OVERCOATS FOR 910, WORTH 917, AT JOSEPH RICH'S. CHINCHILLA SACK COATS FOR 9. WORT 15, AT JOS. RlCIl'g SUITS MADE TO ORDER 945, WORTH 975, AT JOSEPH RICH'S, SUITS MADE TO ORDER FOR ISO, WORTH 945 AT JOS, RICH'S. Twenty Dozen French Black Doeskin Pants at $T, Worth $12. Twenty Dozen Black Beaver Pants at $7.50, Hade especially tur Ici. Rich. Ten Dozen Black Silk Velvet Tests at $0, Worth f 9. Thirty Dozen Cassimer Vests at (5, Worth $6.60. Twenty Dozen Black Cloth Vests at $4, Worth $7. Fifty Dozen Cassimere Pants from $3 to $6 a Pair. Three Hundred Pair Mission Blankets st $8 per Fair On Hundred Dozen Overalls at 78 Cents per Pair. Fifty Dozen Misaion Undershirts and Drawers at f 1.75 per Fair, Fifty Dozen Heavy Overshlrts, Reduced Fifty per cent. On Hundred Cases Tyrrell's Boots, Beduced SO per cent. On Hundred Dozen Hats, the Latest Style, Beduced SO per Cent. MAIN STREET. PIOCHE, Adjoining Wells, Fargo k Co. BE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE ALL kinds of superior Ooiitom-uade Boots. Nailed, PogRed, Screwed or Bowed, from th best brands ot French Stock. SEWED BOOTS their Specialty. We will suarantee our Sewed French Calf Boots and Oaltera to be equal to any ever made in tb State. GOOD FIT WARRANTED, OB NO SALE. PARTICULAR ATTENTION paid te REPAIRING. SC7"Our Price will conform to th Tl nes. MORTON it SCHWEI 2EH, nurlJ-tf FULL ASSORTMENT H OW IS HAT FOR HIGH. M1NEB8 OF PIOCHFt AIT. ri m nil l a Tii i ran at 'USi nun s uniui' urrusniUN fcTOIIF. Main blml. Pioche. Nevada. MEN FROM BCLLIONVTXLE, take notice. Tlrn't boy nntil you we the large aipn of 320-tf iTOS. HICXX Opposition Clothier, in lront of sim. 1819. 1876, 67TH ANNIVERSARY. ANNIVERSARY BALI 10 BE GIVEN UNDER L OF THE AUSPICES :c:hs IMS, 1 23, A K D mi NO, 8, , O. O. F., -OK TH IVIMRO OF APRIL 26, 1876, - ar BROWN'S HALL. hvitatlos Commlttll. J. W. WRIGHT, D. A. FOLKS, A.H. EMANUEL, R. H. EI.AM, H. KRAVSE, E. R. CLUTE. A. H. EMANUEL, D. A. FIXES, BtMp'.lot Comaitts. R. H. ELAM. 1. W. WEIGHT. Fleer IlMctw-I. 1. CICTX. ricor Kittftri. RV'SS. SCOTT, D. COHH . apttd J. LEVIN ic CO., Imported and Domestic Cigars, TOBACCOS, STATIONERY. - SCHOOL BOOKS And a Large Assortment of CONFECTIONERY, Owe Deer ltelaw Ph. Flethal' 8 tea Butlrtlaa-. farlasr Mead' w Valley Street, Pleefcc Jal-tl Mala Street,. Dividend Notice. THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE STATE BANK OF NEVADA are hereby notified that at th monthly meeting of the Board of Directors, the REGULAR DIVIDEND declared tor the month of March ot S Per Ceat. On the amount of capital stock, payable at th Bank in united states gold com on mum- DAT, the 10th Inst. J. W. WEIGHT. Bank Manacer Flock, Hvv April ith, 187S. ap-td -or GEOCEEIE8. WHOLESALE RETAIL. A CAR LOAD 4EST- COAL OIL, JUST RECEIVED. And for Sale Low4 ONWARD! ONWARD! TRIUMPHANT! JONAS COHN DEFYS -AMD- WILL CONTINUE TO SELL HIS AGENT FOR DUPONT'S IKON KEG BUSTING POWDER. CLOTHIXTC, HATS. Sec ' -OF ALL Varieties, Styles and Kinds' AT TM LOWEST RATES. Call and 8ee aof-tt my Stock -AT 8UCH- -THAT- rat nYDOE BEING A PIONEER IN THAT LINE OF BUSINESS, IT 13 Xmpotwiblo for ctn NEW CONCERN To TJadorooll Bis' COME OriEI COME Abb i NO 8AT1BPY TOl'RSmEH. AND YOVtt VOVH dVlDEI