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wiomDiT. APRIL M, MT NOTICE. At th Fweas Db.t Racoon will ktnttln Im ru by tlM Imn rnuoimn Couwun. all alisil1aiimats from tUU data must b settled with ntd mmj only. Mo m ia authorized to tuumet debt (or tbta Company unlets by tba written order of B. S. Cowlzy. BKOORD PUBLISHING COMPART. Flora, Daombcr 14th, 187. THE BOOK tjWlXDLE. Nvr ending, atill beginning U ths tronbls railed by (bra pestilent school book publlihert. Of all operations In the book trade tba sale of school books it tba most profitable. Tbat la tba reason why the ftreat Eastern and San Franolsoo pablisblog houses can afford to send oat drummers, male and female, to seek market for tbelr publications. No sooner are one set of text books adopted tban tba rivaJ booses Immediately aet to work to supplant t'oem, and canse tbeir own to be substituted. As a role, witb whatever . reason Ibe books are selected, it is not tbat of benefiting tbose who ate or pay fortbem. Tbe result is tbat tbe text books sre frequently changed witbont any sufficient or sppreoiable reason, Tbe pnpila of tbe achoola are injured and tbair progress retarded, wbile tbeir par eat are matotsetlo'a sfkgstant tribute to tba publishing bonses. From tbe papers pnblishsd ia Western Ksrada it is appar snt tbat job of this character is now be ing attempted. Which erf r way the effort will terminate we neither can gneas or care so far aa regards soy particular text booka published by this or tbat boose. We, however, do csrs for those who bare to pay the bill and whose pooksts oogbt to be protected sgalnst tbia periodical invasion of those maraud era. Tba law which permits these oft recurring spoliations ought to be re. pealed, The Board of Trustees of eaob aehool distriot ought to bs invested with Ibe power of selecting the text books to be used in lbs aohools of tbolr respec.lv districts. It may bs aaid that thsn the evil of which we eomulain would still obtain. It might, but in a very modi fied degree. While tbe school-book Dnblithino-housss can afford to send lobbyists and toutera to State Boards of Education and Btate School Superin tendents, they oould scarcely nse the same agsnoies in each Trustee of a school dis triot. It would lake too much time and cost too much. Ths attention ot tbe next Legislature should be especially ad dressed to this subject with a view to Bound and prudent legislation. In tbs msantlms tbe best thing ths Btate Board ean do ia to let tbe matter alone and (not tinker with it until the people have bad an opportunity of Indicating their wishes at the polls and in the Legislature. TBT, TBT AGAIN. Our mails from Hamilton for Ibe past week hare been in aadly disordered condition. On Sunday last we received about six days msil matter in a lump. Looking over tba accumulated mass of our exchanges witb any care was quite a task. Yesterday we esme across ths Virginia Enterprise of tbe 14th inst. and was rewarded for onr labor by finding an unexpected compliment. Tbe Enter prise kindly characterisea our modest lucubrations as "unmitigated trasb." We felt much obliged to our big brother of the Comstock for abusing us, for tbat Is evidence, tbat be' bss been defested end like many other weak folks, the Enterprise baa allowed its anger at being worsted, to overcome ita good manners. However we forgive it, because we know that it works bard and makes laborious efforts to get ths best of its journalistic brethren. To fail after striving so assid nously is provoking and apt to dis courage poorly balanced minds. The Enterprise should not allow its discom fiturs to prey npon its feelings so ss to become spitefully pettish, rluck up eoursce. Try again. It may bsvs better fortune nextV time. Per haps, until it gains greater skill and strength, it bad better try conclusions witb tbe wesker rnambers of tbe press, If it cornea out aucoessfully from tbose eoofliots.then it can again try ita strength with the rioche Bkoohd. Though more important duties, ot course, claim the at tention of the .Brcobo, still always enough time will be sport d (or a bout witb the Enlerprise. It is a very pleas ant mental fatlgus. On our part, we will promise not to forest onr opponent's lack ot strength, and shall alwaya be merciful On tbe other band, if we should by scol dent hit tbe Enterprise a little bsrder tban we intend, tbe Enterprise must not get out ot humor and talk ruddy, as in the inslanea wa have referred to. With thess sd monitory hints we shall bs glad to again bear from our valued friend and cotemporary, tba Virginia Enterprise, tbe business-, but tbe snbstquetil dis coveries of rieb carbonate orta distracted attention, and until quite lately Ibe cop per leads have been left lying wie. m result of late workings has, however, proved highly eccourafiin". and copper mining In tbat eamp nnw woe iair regain ita lost prestige. A fire occurred In Silver dry on lie 17tb, which eame near destroyicg Ibe Lyon County Times office. TLe In disns st tbs wickiup on Ihe biil oppoaits first sounded the alarm, and me growing flames on the roof nt tbe office were ex tinguished by a few buckets of water. At Virginia City on tbe 17th a shock- ing attempt to outrage tbe person ol a little girl, barely ionr years of sgo, is al leged to bave been made by a young man named Finn Frarev, aboot seventeen veara old. and a nnnil nt the Firat Ward school. Tbe little girl's name is Emma Dawson. It Is tf ported that tbe Virginia City Coal Comnanv have sunk their mam shaft into a formation consisting of i nf ananatnn. aandstone and in dnrt i-Uy. in which are found bits of rinal unit iha remains of tbe tranches of trees. It is expected that when tbe Wt shall have nsesed through tbe formation now eneonntered a (rood vein of ooal will be found . At a special meeting of tbe County Commissioners Isaao W. Credit wns ap pointed Sheriff of Lander County to fill iha nneinired term of John U. Emery, iWanned. The SDDolntment, says tbe Anatin Reveille, does not civs satisfac tion to tbe mejority. of the people nf Austin, manvof whom think a better soleotion could bave been made By dispatoh we learn, says tbe Carson Tribuns of the 19tb, that Mr. O. Wbite, a Gentleman well-known and much re- recrestlon. and gives one healthful speoted in this community and Esmoraldn . , ..? . . . county, has been nominated ns Post- ital exercise without sny danger of ' . c CUy 0lir old friBd and told the woman gently that if she wss detained or got into trouble on the road to write to bim. Tbe woman told na sll this witb tears in ber eyes and said he was an angel. He would not do for a ready-made angel without some repair, but it was a good deed ana we rancv urn slept tbe better for it last night. There sre some very sweet things connected witb tbe possession of great wealth. NEW TO-DAY. MRS. MAHONEY HAS ON HAND THE LARGEST AND HANDSOMEST Asasortment of Spring and Summer "MILLINERY BEEX EXHIBITED 15 T IHAT HAS EVER 1'IOCHE. Flowers, Silks and Ribbons, Of every Shade, and New Goods Every Week. apMtf Schmieden, Hoehatadter A Oo. trustee iS iS 10 Schmieden. Ilochstadter u Co, trustee KM M Schmieden, Hoehatadter A Co. trustees lf 50 28 gehaaktdell, Hochstadler k Co, trnate 1587 100 40 8ctamldll, Hoehatadter k Co. truatee 2574 100 40 Schmieden, Hoehatadter k Co. trnate 2575 .'0 20 Schmieden, Horhatadter k Co. trutea 1597 JO S Schmieden, Hoehatadter kOo, truate.. WM - SO It Schmied.ll, Hoehatadter k Co, trustee JS09 10 20 Schmieden, HochstadUir k Co, trustees MOO SO 30 rchmtedell, Hoehatadter St Co, trustees Wll SO 20 Wade A P. trnatee 173 10 40 Wade A P, trustee 1843 60 Vt Wade A P, trnatee 151 60 20 Wede A P, trustee 18f 60 -JO Wade A P, trnatee 2000 60 20 Wade A P, trnatee 24) 5 2 Wide A P. trnatee 2'tO 60 20 Wade A P, trnatee 2281 60 20 Wade A P, trnatee 223H 50 20 Wade A P, trnatee 2849 100 40 Wade A P, trnatee 20tt 39J5 1570 White M. trnatee 2411 "0 20 White M 2427 60 20 A call has been issued (or a oonferenoe to be held in New York on tbe 15th of Hay, to consider what may be dooe to aeoure tba aeleotlon of men, in the na tional election, to the highest offices of tbe Bepublio, whose character and abil ity will eatlsfy tbe exiaenoies'of the pres enl condition of tbe country, to proteot the honor of the Amerlosn name, to prevent tbe natittoal election of the oen tennial year from becoming a mere choice of evils and to satisfy tbs popular desire for a genuine reform. The call ia aianed by Wm, Cullen Bryant, Theodore D. Woollsey, Alexander H. Bullock, Horace white and Carl Bobnrz. Tbe above notioe ia indicative of a aig niBosnt foot. Tbe bast class ot Ameri can citicen are waking up to tbe situation Ths demands of tbe day are beginning to be recognized. Honest offloisls are be coming a pressing need, an absolutely indispensable condition. Matters bave gona far enough at loose ends. They must be subieoted to a thorough reor ganlsation and a rigorous cleansing pro osts. Ths operational paying taxes and having half of them atolen, may b a very pleasant and profitable to tbe stealers but to tbs stealees it is quits the reverse. Another phase of tbe matter Is equally repulsive and tbat is, that the honest trader who pays the duties on his pro ducts, cannot possibly compete with tbe ringsters who, aided by rascally officials, escape nearly scot free. Things of this character have about reached tbe end of tbeir tether and now tbe problem is how they shall be corrected. The eminent men whose names are found in the ex tract at tbe head of this article, do not appear to place much relianoe npon the two great political organizations ot the country bat rather to look for a remedy outside ot both parties. Will they suo-eeed? That noted sensational sheet, the New York Herald, ia making aa atrong a fight (or Conkling aa it did against Cttsarism, but it is evident it is doing Blaine more good than harm. Tbe Herald is toe most unpopular iournal published in the Em pire State, and we consider Mr, Blaine very fortunate in tnis connection, aii we (ear is tbat it will flop over to the atrong side. f Carson Tribune. We would respectfully suggest to the Carsou Tribune tbat it will be well to forthwith send Mr. Blaine a copy of its issus containing the above remarks. It will comfort bim so muoh to find that though be baa lost the New York Herald be hss gained the Carson Tribune. Tbe Peter Funk merchants and retail era of Ban Francisco have about reoov ered from tbeir silver scare, They begin to think that trade dollars are not so bad after all. For silliness and greed the average trader o( the Hoodlum City can beat tbe world. They ought to send a specimen to the Centennial, so tbat it may bs seen and then avoided. Nearly every town in the State, exoept Eureka, is making extensive srrang nents (or appropriately oelebrating tbe approaching csntennial anniversary of Amerioan independence. Eureka Ben tlnel. Fiochehssnot yet msde a move tin that direotion but we trust will ere long. Tbe House Committee on Psoiflo Rail roads has reported a resolution requir ing tbe Union Paoiflo and Central Paoiflo Railroads to provide a sinking fund to redeem the subsidy bonds. Steps ought to be taken to compel those cor porations to be halt way honest, NEVADA NEWS. I. C. Flood of the well-known Bo nanza firm of Flood 4 O'Brien, and J. B. Keene, a heavy atook operator, are at outs. Keens declares that Ihe Consol idsted Virginia ledge ia diminishing in quantity and deteriorating in quality Flood aays it is not, that tbe mine looks as well as ever it did. Keene says Flood Is selling out secretly while be advises hia friends to hold. Keens also saya tbat Flood had a hand in causing Iha atoppage of Ihe Bank of California. So it goes. However, this is a war of monetary giants. Poor folks and out' aiders bad batter let it severely alone. If tbey interfere, tbey will certainly get mora kioka tban half pence for their psias. After these financial Titans get tired of punching one snother like, Dan Drew, they will go on the street and put Bp a job on tbe dear people to get even. Ueanwbile let them fight it out. Give them a fair field and no (avor. That fellow Chaves, in spite of re ports to the contrary, appears to be alive and kicking. Tbs telegrams aay tbat ha is now in Lower California pre paring to make another raid npon tbe Oaakells store. Tbs House baa passed the Senate bill for tbs admission o( New Mexico witb tbs amendment tbat postpones Iha Ter ritorial election upon Ibe proposed con stitution until January, lo77. Tbs Carson Appeal calls Carson lbs "Attloa of Silver Land." While tbs Austin Reveille styles tba Capital "tbat Eagle Valley mudbole." Blaine stook is said to be growing. He had better look oat for Spring frosts. A ebil-Elaltt is very unpleasant thing to lavsrvsnrf. L. I. Hogle informs tbe Elko Inde pendent, that Cornuoopla is all right. Tbo Carson Tribune remarks: Lawyer Buhop, of Piocbe, is willing to saori ties himself (or Congressman this Fall. From a li tter published in ths Hum boldt Register it appears probable that Jersey District will prove to be both prosperous and profitable. Tbe Republican nominations (or offl cers of Virginia City are: For Mayor, J. C. Smith; for Chief of Polios, B. F Lackey; City Treasurer, B. Armhurst; City Assessor, William MoLiaobian. Dkmmqdbst Salb We publish in to day's Rioobd the delinquent list of the Uuhn & Hunt 8. M. Co,, which is adver tised for aale on Friday May lath, 1870 to pay aaid delinquent assessment. For offloers of Virginia City Ihe Dem oorats nominated For Mayor, J. B. Ka Been; Chief o( Polioe, C. White; Asses- sir, W, W. Coryell; Treasurer, J. 0. Currie. An Iowa bruiser, who writea over tbe gory algnaturs of " Red Handed Mike," snnonnoes bis determination of coming to Virginia before long and fighting Jimmy Trevillian on any terms whioh cau be arranged. Mr. Role, the man who was out so badly in Gold Hill on tbe 24th of last month, waa able to be out a few days ago. He probably thought ha waa well too aoon, and bas suffered a relapse, from wbiob he will with difficulty re cover. Ten csrs, chock full of emigranta, passed Winnemucca last night. Ths Bil ver State of the 19th says: Tbe emigrs tion to California so far tbis Spring equala tbat ot a year sgo. Then every body seemed to think that California would be overrun ; now no body double its oapaoity to snstsin twice its present population. Tbe caraon Tribuue of the 17th elates that two young men, strsogers in town who have been banging about for some lime, were kindly invited by certain par lies, who seldom are diaobeyed, to leave town at tbeir earliest convenience. Not having seen them about to-day. we presume they took the bint and absquatulated. Referring to Railroad Distriot tbe Elko Independent ot Ibe 19th saya: Recent developments in several of tbs copper leads in Railroad Distriot have infused new life Into the miners ot tbst locality, and ssveral parties have recently resumsd work upon tbeir claims with excellent proapeots of suooeas. Mining for oopper formed in tbat dletriot s few years ago ons of ths principal induetrie, and net tad handsome profits to those engaged is Ben Winnie, Iby the goodness of his heart and unsnspioious nature has been Imnoaed on bv tbose in whom he trusted. ' . l . . i : ' and we knew ns wouia v reiuoyeu m consequence. The Humbolt Register states that Dr. Hutcbius received a letter yeattrday from an acquaintance in Maine, saying tbat tbe writer in connfetion with a gentle man who has lived in California and Ne vada for several yeors, bave been at work on a method ol hardening snor-sana aiea for stamp mills, and have succeded in oastlng tbem harder than wss ever seen before. Tbey believe they have bit on a substantial and important improvement. The Chinaman who about a month ago murdered one of his countrymen at a coal camp in the Diamond rungs oi mountains, and who has been confined in tbe White Pine County Jail ever since, awaiting a charge to be perferred against him. and no one taking luiereat euuuuu in the matter to proseoute bim, SberiS Tianm tiirnflii the Chinaman loose a (ew avs sso. not having authority to Hold him any longor. A gentleman from Mineral City in. forms the White Pine News tbat just before leaving that place, intelligence hurt reachad there tbat tbe San Jose Mining Company, ot Egan Canyon, had rnn throueh a three-foot ledge of very oaaA ore. The tuunel is still being con tinued, as it is pot lar enougu in yei iu strike ths ledge the oompany origiuauy otartBcl in to find. However S tnree-loo Uiiue of snod ore will not be a bad tning to (all back upon in tbo event tbey do not find tbe ledge they are running for. The White Pine News of the 22J.says: Nearly all ot the town population during the past week have been engaged in shoveling snow. Ths few days of warm weather we bave had oaused ths snow to melt and the water to flow through the sewers, some of which had to bs dug down several feet before tbey could be reached and opened. Tbose having a great amount of boow in front of their nremises. dig it up and sluice it off . . , .i :a tnrougn tne sewers, luerauy xnuug im of great piles of it very rapidly. Iu many plaoes on Main street the snow has entiroly disappearea ana it is quits uiy. After seeing nothing but Bnow for a period of six mouths, it is quite a relief to walk upon a little dry ground, or even into a little mud, for a ohaoge. Tbe Austin Reveille of the 17th says John H. Emery, Sheriff of Lander County, breathed his l.int on the 16th inst., after au illness of but a few days. Tbe deceased came to tbe PaciQo Coast, aoross tbe plains in tbs year 1854, from Bsgertown, Pennsylvania, bis native place. lie settled In .Nevada L'ouuty, following ths occupation ol miuiog tip In the vear nf tbe Washoe excitement in 1860, wbenbe emigrated to tue ttien .ter ritory, now Btate, ot Nevada, seining in Viroinia (Jitv. where lie was engaged in mining until 18C3, when he joined the rush to Reese River, and served ss deputy uuder Sheriff Leffingwell until quo, when ne went to juootana, return ing here the following year. In 1868 he went to Wbite Pine and in the year fol lowing to Eureka, of which place he was appointed a police man. in vstt ne was nominated nud elected Sheriff of Lander County, of which Eureka waa then a part, and io 1874 he again received the Republican nomination lor nnerin anu was re-elected to tbst office. The Virginia Chronicle ot tbe 18th . . r t i says: mere was a case oi ureeit meet Greek in Silver City a few days ago, in which Frank Kenyou, proprietor of the Lyon County Times, and Harry Norton, of tba Mining Reporter, were tbe two Greeks. Kenyon was in Joe Aionckton s saloon, drinking in (root of the bar with some friends. Norton entered tbe saloon and addressed some remark to tbe by standers concerning Kenyon, which was resented. Crimination and reorimination enaned. endinn in Norton uniting a six shooter on his journalistic rival. Before he could do anv damage with it Joe Munokton stepped from behind the bsr and confronted him with a cocked six- ahooter.while several ol Kenyon s friends took Norton from the saloon. Much bad (eeling has existed between tbe two jour nalists since Nortou oeased his connec tion with the Times. The controversy between ths two papers aud the bitter personalities indulged in are pretty wen known. Dan De Quille in the Virginia Enter prise says: There are some veiy delioious joys attached to great wealth if in the acquiring of it the heart baa not been hardened. A few days since a poor woman oame here witb three little child ren. She had neither frienda nor monev and one baby was ill. She was anxinna to oni to a brother in Idaho, but the task aeemed a hopelesa one. She eonclnded to pive a lecture, wbiob abould consist simply of the pathetio story of her struggle to take oare ot her little ones. Bbe called upon one gentleman in this oity and asked bim lo buy ticket. He said: "Mv poor woman go on with your lecture and after it ia over come and aea me again." Yesterday aha called again and be asked ber how muoh shs lacked to enable ber to reach her friends. She told him. It was a pretty large sum, but ths man immediately draw a check for enough more than the amount named to guard against aoeideata ; DELINUIKNT SALE NOTICE. Uuhn & Hunt Silver Mining Cam. i. .Hi hi ,,t nrincinal place of bna- tneaa. Ban Franciaco, California; location of Worka. Pioeha. El Mi Dins Diatrict, Lincoln Nmnit X'ov.H x.iir There ia delinauent upon tha following described etock, on account of aaaeaament (So. 12) levied on the ninth day of March, 1H7, the several atnounta aet oppo- aite the namea ot the reapectiva anarcuuiuen, aa followa: No. No. Namea. Certificate. Bha'a. Beban Kocco 2B3 Brooke Ben 2640 Drown Hamilton 2fi35 Bnah H P, trnatee 1476 Bosh H P, trortee IBM Ttunh H P. trnatee 1731 Buah H P, trnatee ,...17JS Oavallier J V, trnatee 802 Crandall W O, truatee 235.1 Crandall W O, trnatee 2.15 Crandall WO, trnatee 2868 Crandall W O, trnatee 233 Crandall WO, truatee 2451 Cahlll E k Co. trncteee....2037 Cahill E k Go, trnateea....2649 Cox John 2531 Cox John 2532 Campbell Jae 253 Cope Geo, truatee 2134 Oope ueo, truatee raw Cope Oeo, trnatee 241S Cowmen u A, trnatee lent Crocker 1 U, trnatee 245S Conger C C, truatee 25S4 Dehon T M 2204 DeOreayerR, truatee 1033 Duncan w l truatee "uj Flnnnagan John 1H Fiaher a W, truatee 2373 Fiaher E, Truatee 2163 Fisher , Truatee w Fiaher E, Truatee 2323 Fiaher E, Trnatee 2338 Fiaher E, Truatee 23S Fiaher E, Trustee 2392 Fiaher E, Truatee hmt Fiaher E, TruBtee.,... 2511 Fiaher E, Truatee 2565 Fiaher E, Truatee 261)4 Forbea Alex, trnatee 2110 Follanabee 1 8, trnatee. ...2650 Gallagher J B 2146 Oreenbanm li, truatee iwo Oreenbaum L, truatee 25H7 Oreenbaum L, truatee 25R8 Green Lonta w Havkina J J E. truatee,... 2569 Hill John, truatee 2646 Hill John, truatee 2646 Hutchinson J, truatee 2517 Hoffman H. trnatee 2642 Hoamer D IM, truatee 2647 Hoamer D M, trnatee. 2652 Kenny 0 A, truatee 261S Kimball T L. truatee 1749 Kimball T L, trustee 1793 Kimball T h, trnatee 262H Kimball T I,, trnatee 26:16 Kimball T L, truatee 2637 Kimball T L, trnatee 2641 Lazure L T, truatee 1479 Leventhal 8, truatee 2612 Lund H VI ...2259 MlddletonBF, truatee. .. .266S MiddletonBP, truatee.. ..2613 Newman Edward 2616 Noble H H. truatee 1778 Noble II H, truatee 1776 Noble H H. trnatee 2030 Noble H H, truatee 2031 Noble H H, truBtee 2053 Noble HH, truatee 2136 Noble H H, truatee 2265 Noble H H, truatee 2325 Noble H II, truatee 237S Noble H H, truatte 2:4 Noble H H, truatee 2396 Noble H H, truatee 2398 Noble H H. trustee 2437 Noble HHi Co, tniateee. .2570 Noble H H Co, truateea..2576 Noble H H ft Co, truateea..2577 Noble H H ft Co, truateea..2578 Noble H H ft Co, tniateee. .2579 Noble II H ft Co, trustees. .otii Norwood W E. trustee 2606 NunanT J.. 7S1 Perkina A B 2563 Phelan P, trnatee 2648 Rich J D, truatee 2463 Richard son E A, Truatee. . . .640 Richardaon E A, Trustee.... 731 Klchardaon EA, Truatee. ...W4 Bichardaon E A, Truatee. ...917 Bichardaon E A, truateo....98 Bit-nardaon E A, trustee... 1002 Bichardaon E A, trustee... 18!8 Bichardaon E A, trustee.. .1912 Richanlaon E A, trnatee... 2009 Bichardaon E A, truatee... 2059 Bichardaon E A, truatee . . .2069 Bichardaon E A, truatee... 2078 Birhatdaon E A, truatee.. .2086 Bichardaon E A,truatee....2088 Bichardaon K A, trustee... 2100 Bichardaon E A, trnatee. . .2210 Bichardaon E A, truatee... 2466 Bichardaon E A, trustee... 2536 Bichardaon EA truatee... 2523 Bichardaon E A, truatee. ..2633 Bichardaon E A, truatee... 2644 Smiley TIL 2544 Butitev T J L 2546 Bmiley T J L 2540 Bnillev T J I. 2547 Bmiley T J L 2548 Bherwood B F 2554 Schmieden H, truatee 2318 Bchmledell H, tnatee....2319 BchmtttOA, trnatee.,.. .Wil 110 60 60 60 60 150 50 10 50 60 20 6.1 60 60 60 mo 60 20 10 20 26 SO 60 50 100 10 60 40 66 30 60 35 611 50 50 60 50 100 101) 600 60 60 100 100 100 160 . 60 100 100 60 300 60 150 60 400 25 75 150 50 8X0 60 100 200 100 200 160 60 60 60 50 100 60 50 100 100 10O 100 100 26 100 60 20 20 10 100 60 80 20 100 25 NEW TO-DAY. And in accordance with tha law. and an order of the Board of Dlrectora, made on tne ntntn dav of March. 1876. ao many aharea of each parcel or sum atoca aa may ne necessary, win be aold at public auction, at the office of the company. Boom 2. No. 40S camornia arreet. San rranciaco. caiiiorma. on r rinay, tat Twelfth (12th) liar at Mar. 1876. at the honr of 12 o'clock M ., of aaid day, to pay aaid delinauent aaaeaament thereon, together with coata of advertising and expenaea of the aale. H. C. OLMSl KAD. secretary, Office Boom 2, No. 409 California street, San Franciaco, California. HOTELS k BESTAURANTS. Amt, 44 20 20 20 20 60 20 20 20 S 20 20 20 20 40 20 8 4 8 10 12 20 20 40 4 20 16 26 12 20 14 20 20 2(1 20 20 40 40 200 20 2U 40 40 40 60 20 40 40 20 120 24 60 20 160 10 30 CO 20 152 20 40 80 40 80 60 20 20 20 20 40 20 20 40 40 40 40 40 10 40 20 8 8 4 40 20 12 SAN FRANCISCO RESTAURANT HID 33 3L3S.33 2rL-X'. CIOTHDfG, DBY GOODS. T.Tn, CLOTHING WAR! CLOTHING WAR! War to the Knife ! War to the Knife ! War to the Knife ! ;PH RICH The Great Opposition Clothier of Pioche Will not Stop Tntil be Brraka the ' Clothing Monopoly. JQSI - DOWN WITH PRICES! ' DOWN WITH PRICES! DOWN WITH PRICES! MUST BE! SHALL BE! AS MEADOW VALLEY STREET, Opposite Dexter Stable. Clbfrled & Brtaaeher, Proprietors. Treah Ovate ra In every style. Open day and night for the accommodation of he pubUo. n22-tf SAN JOSE MAIN STREET, 'PIOOHE NEVADA . THE CNDEBBIONED HAVING LEASED thia popular House, has had the same thoroughly ren ovated and repaired. The ROOMS ARE LARGE AND WELL VENTILATED; THE TABLE Will be annulled with the best the market affords, and no palna spared to make guests comfortable and at home. THE BATUB Will be supplied with hot and cold water, Charfiee reasonable. A share of public patronage la respectfully aoticitea. A. D. MILLER, Prop'r. July 11th, 1875. Jyll-tf NEW YORK BAKERY ASD- RESTAURANTS LACOrii STREET, PIOCHE. JOHN OHAPPI, - Proprietor, 25 20 20 20 10 10 20 so 20 so 50 50 so to fio 80 St) 100 2S 40 BOO 100 100 loo 100 100 ICO 2S 25 60 10 23 23 100 Schmitt O A. trustee Kudden Robert leva Sudden Robert 1623 Schmieden H a Co.trua. teea 2cy Schmieden H k Co, trus tees 2471 oo Schmieden Ha Co, trus tees 2412 BO Schmieden H k Co, trua- teea 2473 BO Schmieden H k Co, trus tees 247 20 Schmieden H a Co, trus tees 24TB -a Schmieden U k Oo, trus tees 241S 25 BchadeUell H ft Co, trus tee 247B to Schmieden H ft Co, trus tees 247V JO Schmieden H ft Oo, trus tees ?tw Schmieden H ft Co, true. teea 2481 J5 Schmieden H ft Oo, true. teea 2482 10 Schmieden H ft Co, true- lee w iu Schmieden H ft Co, trua- teea ne iu Schmieden H ft Co, true- teea 24SB IU Schmieden H ft Oo, trna- teea 24s J Schmieden H ft Co, trus tees asm io Schmieden H ft Oo, Uue- teaa 2SS8 oo SohoileJell U ft Co, trua- teea 2oay oo Schmieden, Hoehatadter ft Oo, Truatee 24S iuu Schmieden, Hoehatadter ft Co. trustees 2471 80 Schmeidell, Hoehatadter ft Oo, truateea 2472 BO Schmieden, Hoehatadter ft Oo, Truateea .2473 SO Schmieden, Hoehatadter ft Co, truateea 2474 25 Schmieden, Hoehatadter ft Co, Trustee 24TB 25 Schmieden, Hoehatadter ft Oo, Truateea 247S 24 Schmieden. Hoehatadter . ft Co, Truateea 2477 M Schmieden, Hoehatadter ft Oo, Truateea 2478 tft Bchmiedell, Hoehatadter ft Co, Truateea MT 25 Schmieden, Hoehatadter ft Oo, Truatoea 2480 25 Schmieden, Hoohatadtar ft Co, Truatee 2481 25 Schmieden, Hoehatadter ft Oo, truateea. 14(2 10 Schmieden, Hoehatadter ft Oo, trustee 283 10 Schmieden, Hoehatadter ft Co. truateea 24S4 10 Schmieden, Hoehatadter ft On, truateea last 10 Schmieden, Hoohatadtar ft Oo, truatee S48S 10 SchmWdall, Hoehatadter ft Oo, tbosteas MtT I 40 10 10 8 8 8 4 4 8 28 8 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 12 41) 10 IS 200 40 40 40 40 40 40 10 10 20 4 10 10 40 20 20 20 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 kATRONS WILL FIND EVERYTHING THAT la to be found In Pioche Marketa. YOU Clll ALWAYS GET WHAT YOU CALL FOR Board by the Day, Week or Month, on KeaaonaDie 'l erme. TiRIVATE ROOMS ELEGANTLY AND NEW- i LY furnished for Dinnera, Ball Supper and Wedding Parties. Heals at AU Boars. OPEN DAT AND NIGHT for tha accommo- datlon of the Public. mno-tt JOSEPH RICH, OF THE OPPOSITION CLOTDIXQ STORE 19 IN THE FIELD. DOWN! (SO SAYS TI1E OPPOSITION STORE) WITH PRICES I Suits oi English Goods for $12, worth $18 At JOS. RICH'S. SUITS OP ENGLISH GOODS FOR 913, WORTH SitO, At JOS. RICH'S. BEAVER SACK SUITS FOR 918, WORTH S5, At JOS. RICH'S. BEAVER FROCK SUITS FOR 919, WORTH :I0, AT JOSEPH RICH'S. OVERCOATS FOR 910, WORTH SIT. AT JOSEPH RICH'S. CHINCHILLA SACK COATS FOR S, WORT 913, AT JOS. RICH'S SUITS MADE TO ORDER 94S, WORTH 973, AT JOSEPH RICH'S, SUITS HADE TO ORDER FOR $30, WORTH 943 AT JOS. RICH'S. Twenty Dozen French Black Doeskin Pants at $7, Worth $12. Twenty Dozen Black Beaver Pants at $7.60, Made especially d r leu, lin L. Tea Dozen Black Silk Velvet Vesta at $6, Worth $9. Thirty Dozen Casaimere Vesta at $5, Worth $8.50. Twenty Dozen Black Cloth Vests at ', Worth $7. Fifty Dozen Casslmere Panta from $3 to $6 a Pair. Three Hundred Pair Mission Blankets at $8 per Pair One Hundred Dozen Oreralla at 75 Cents per Pair. Fifty Dozen Miaaioa TJndershirta and Drawera at f 1.76 per Fair. Fifty Dozen Heavy Overshirta, Reduced Fifty per cent. One Hundred Caaea Tyrrell'a Boots, Reduced 60 per cent. One Hundred Dozen Hats, the Latest St; le. Reduced 60 per Cent. OW IS THAT FOR HIGH, MINERS OF PIOCHE? All DIE BII IS TaSU AT PAR AT JOS. HICH'S GREAT DPSnaiTiiiK aToav. m.i. ...... Pioche. Nevada. MEN FROM BCLLIONVILLE, take notice. Don't buy until jon aee the luirttttf Je2i-tf TOS, RZCS Opposition ClotWtr.ftftoiKofSfiw. OHARD! ONWARD! 10 20 20 40 20 20 20 10 10 10 10 19 10 10 10 I W1EDERII0LD & G00911N WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN STATIONERY. SCHOOL v BOOHS, INKS, PENS PERIODICALS AND NEWSPAPERS OS ALL ZINCS. Imported and Domestic CIGARS, ; TOBACCOS, PIPES, CUTLERY, ETC. AGENTS FOR Pioohe Daily Record. S ND ALL CALIFORNIA AND NEVADA f Dailies delivered ot Carrier to any part or Town I i MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE HEAD. OW VALLEY PIOCHE, NEV. fl.tf TRIUMPHANT! JONAS COHU DEFYS COMPETITION! Notice! Notioe! Notice! vrOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON THE y 18th dsy ot January, A. 1). 1S7S, at Desert Bprtna, Station, in Iron County. Utah, I waa forced under threat of Instant death, by aeveral armea men, amongai wnom were ldazto mil, Nat Hanson. Al. Winn. John Clark. Ed. Bhaake and old man Marsh, to aign a note for on Thouaand Dollara, payable one day after date, to Nate Hanaon, for value received Thia Bote waa dated January 18th. 1876. and nay able on day after date. Tba not waa given without any oonaiuerauoa wnaiever, nut waa Riven olelv to aave myself from Instant death. I waa not then and am not now in debt to said Nate Hanaon In aay sum of monev whatever. I will not pay the note, and I warn all persons against purchasing tlx same aa It waa given without soneiaaraiioa ihi ooae io aave niv lire. nocna, jaevHu,aa. , uno. JaW-aOd BEN. BOWEN, (Beaver Enterprise please copy, In regard to the a bora advertisement pub. Uahed In the Record January 20th. 187S, I wiah lo stats that tha above statement in regard to Xd. Shanks ana J. N. Mareh ia Incorrect la very particular, aa 1 have ainoa become aatia. Sad that they had no hand in ta ontraoea ler- Mtratad at Desert Spring oa th 18th day of l ary, tvi. BEN BOWEN. (Bmvss btarprtea pleas copy. p'i-2w -AND- WILL CONTINUE TO SEliL HIS -AT BCCH- -THAT- mom BEING A PIONEER t IN THAT UNK OF BUSINESS, IT IS Zmpoooiblo for any maw CONCERN To UndopooU Sisft COME ONE! COME ALL! ND ATlBfY YOl'RSELVEtt. AND YOl'tt lOVH ttVIDBI Of .a t.