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ATORDAY JULY 81. l8 B. Grate Brown, tho great Miisouri political mountebank, announce! himself a candidate for the United States Sena torship from Missouri. Brown has not been a success in any office which he has ever filled As a Senator in the National Senate he was a miserable failure, he made a poor Governer, and as the Presi dent of a street railroad company, he near ly swamped the corporation and the stock holders displaced him. When there was talk of running Brown for the Presidency in 71 and '72, that worthy used to walk the streets of St. Louis telling every one ho met that he had it sure, and when he became President he would appoint them to foreign missions. Nearly every man in St Louis was promised a position. Missouri has had her fill of Mr. Brown, and it is not at all likely that she will again place him in a position which he has already proven himself utterly incap able of filling. There is a good deal of truth in the saying: "It is better to be born lucky than rich." It is reported that James Flood has purchased place in a Newport at a cost of over (100,000, and that it will be occupied by young Grant after his mar riage with Miss Flood. A big house, two millions in United States bonds, and more millions in sight, all highly flavored with a delicious little piece of calico, may be a bitter pill for young Grant to swal low, but we think he will be able to sur vive it all. No doubt a few such doses as these will prove very beneficial to young Grant's health. Would not object to a pill or two of this sort ourselves. And now some of the papers are talk ing of Gen. P. E. Connor for the Senator ship from this State. Take your choice, citizens of Nevada, Connor of Utah, or Sharon of California. As we have so much better material in Nevada to place in the United States Senate than either of the above named gentlemen, we hope the members of the next Legislature will send a de facto resident of this State there. Either F. A. Tritle or Wm. W. Bishop would be an honor to the State. Miss Vanderbilt ought to be happy, and very probably she is, for her good papa went to Europe and bought her a . real, live Lord. The old gent must have paid round sum for this Individual of noble blood to gain his consent to stoop so low as to marry a girl who has nothing but the commonest kind of blood flowing throw her veins. The N. Y. Graphic says: "There is no doubt that the man Miss Vanderbilt is to marry is a genuine Lord; his debts amount to $250,000." Good news comes from Casa Grande, Arizona. On the 23d instant the Indians at that point got drunk on liquor of their own manufacture and had a high old time lulling each other. The Indians never knew how to manufacture liquor until the good missionaries got among them. This goes to prove that the missionaries are of some service to their country, not withstanding the opinion to the contrary. The jury in the case of the Oka Indi ans, on trial at Aimer, Quebec, for burn ing the Roman Catholio Church at Schol astiqua in 1877, failed to agree. This is the fourth time the case has been tried, and with the same result. ' A dispatch from Manilla, of July 26th, states that another earthquake shock oc curred there last Saturday, and the total loss of life by earthquakes is estimated . at 320, including 200 Chinamen. Almost very family is houseless. General Ewine. a Democratic stand-by, says "the charges against Garfield are too absurd to be regarded for a moment by any thinking man;" that he (Ewing) was entirely posted about the matter. The Democratic National Committee has appointed on the campaign Finance Committee from California L. W Patter- on, A. H. Lovel and Gen. B. B. Hughes. After Senator McDonald had com- nlatad his examination of "Little Johnny Davenport," he Very probably thought he had caught a Tartar. The Democrat of Louisiana having ' coerced the negroes into submission, are now amusing themselves by trying to bulldoee one another. -.. i Tb- ..intn The Mormons nut gu. . " Government has expelled from that coun try Mormon missionaries who were mak ing proselyte. ' The Germans of San Francisco are pre paring to ive Carl Schurt a royal wel oome apen to arrival in that city. Tho Demoosata claim that they will make a dean sweep a coming elec- No doubt Don Cameron feels sick. LATEST NEWS BT MAIL. New Yoiik, July 2". The Herald narrates an interview yes terday between a Committee from tiie United States Labor League and icner.il Hancock. General McBride of Virginia, as spokesman of the Committee, said that both Democrats and Kepublicans be longed to their organization, which ex ercised local influence in many sections, and that in September next they would hold a convention in this city, at which they would decide the question as to which of the candidates should get tlicir support, a decision that could only be reached by first ascertaining which of the candidates was more in accord with their views. He denied that their organ ization had any connection with Social ism or Communism, their sole object being to secure justice to the working classes, an enforcement of the eight-hour law, the establishment of a system of arbitration between employer and work men to prevent strikes, and the enact ment of laws tending to more justly award the division of profits between capital and labor. After listening to the statements of the committee, General Hancock declined to express any views in the matter under the circumstances. All he could do, and this he cheerfully did, was to givo them a letter of intro duction to Senator Barnum, Chairman of the Democratic National Committee. The letter was a strictly formal one, and said the gentlemen would explain their business. Doctor Tanner is in improved snirits to-day, and none of yesterday's unfavor able symptoms are manifested. From midnight until noon be drauk only half a pint of water and he enters confidently upon the thirtieth day of his fast. General Hancock, in addition to his present duties, has been assigned to the command of the Department of tho South during the temporary absence of Brig adier General Augur. Washington-, July 27. John Dicers, a netrro. who outraged Mrs. James Tichiffolv on Saturdav nitrht last, near Darnstown, Maryland, was lodged, iu jail at Rockville yesterday. Shortly before 4 o clock this morning about 50 men appeared at the jail, and one of them demanded admission on the plea of identification. Sheriff Kitchen refused him admittance while the crowd remained, and they fell back a few feet. On another formal demand being made, a slight demur was made by a Deputy Sheriff. This was the signal for an as sault and the door was broken in. While the door was being forced quite a melee occurred with the officers, and even after Diggs had been brought out in the open air the Sheriff made another attempt to rescue his prisoner. He was immediately caught and held, and in his struggles he received a cnt in the arm. The crowd then hurried Diggs off, his ankle irons clanging as he was forced down the road at a quicK iroi. lie seemea quite cairn, and said he was willing to die. Some distance lrom town the party met a horse by preconcerted arrangement. Diggs' hands and arms were pinioned, and it was then found that to hang him by run ning the horse from under him was not practicable. The noose was placed around his neck and he was hauled from the ground, making but little resistance. The hody was left hanging. Diggs mode a iuu coniession oi me enme to the Sheriff previous to the jail being forced. General McDowell telegraphs the Ad- i'utant-General from San Francisco: I iave a long dispatch from the Mexican General, alio, dated Crizella, July 12th, saying that he takes the held against Victoria with 320 cavalry and 120 in fantry, and has authority to cross the line, sent him by our President. Cincinnati, July 27. A colored Baptist camp meeting at Danville, 10 miles south of Hillsboro, Ohio, was the scene on Friday night and Sundav of blooxlv fio-hts. On Kririnv night a party of drunken roughs went to tne camp about 10 o clock and began an attack with pistols, clubs and stones. They were repulsed, and William Dis- tnaft, one of their number, was shot through the abdomen. On Sunday after noon a party, said to number 200. again. attacked the camp, and a most desperate fight ensued, ending in breaking up the meeting. It is thought that some of the colored people wero killed, but they dis persed so rapidly that the facts could not be gathered. No arrests hare been made as yet. ' San Francisco. Julv 27. A disgraceful scene occurred in the Board of Supervisors this evening. Stet son, the member from the Twelfth Ward, rose to a question of privilege, and refer ring to the fact that Mayor Kalloch at a recent meeting of the Board of Election Commissioners, had reflected on the Board, saying that he had stopped mem bers from stealing, eto. He said it was about time for the Board to express itself on the subject He went on to say that during his occupancy of the Mayor's chair, Kalloch had repeatJply and know ingly uttered the grossest falsehoods re garding members of the Board; and that he for one would stand it no longer. Supervisor Taylor rose to speak, but Kal loch refused to recognize him, and began speaking from the Chair, saying that he had the same right to attack Supervisors ;n Vi tj....i ,.i t-i ' that the Supervisors had to attack him in the Board. Cries arose, " Come down from the Chair if you want to speak." " Come down on the floor of the House," "Taylor has the floor," etc., etc. Kal loch continued haranguing the Board amid cries for an adjournment and a gen eral uproar, during which the Board ad juorned on its own responsibility, and after crowding around the Chair in a manner which for a time threatened a resort to violence, hnally broke up and left tne cnamuer. PronrifttV. Liht-minderl ennn rr flii'n it . - L.tkinrr Milt! ' Si.-1 ..-. lf caret, you're not going to wear your spec- tacies uw Auub iu. : "inueeu T .m Nnthinir shall indnm STATE ITEMS. Bonanza ores are again richer in gold. Tho creditors of the Iteno Savings Bank ore trving to find what they are going to do uliout it. Dr. J. Henderson, a son-in-law of Gov ernor Bradley, proposes to open a bank ing house in Klko shortly. Tho Tuscarora Times-Iteview reports tho town of Cornucopia reduced to less than twenty -five persons. Tho first bullion shipment on July ac count from the Consolidated Virginia mine, amounted to 357,290.36. Tho entire population of White Pine county is 3,203, of which 2,484 are whites, (i blacks, 103 Chinese and 810 Indians. Superintendent Buford informs the Belmont Courier that the Barcelona mine is looking better and better as work of development progresses. The keeping and repeated trials of John T. Pritchard for the murder of officer Symons will cost the people of Storey county not less tnan $1U,UUU. The Silver Connor Mining Company, says the Eureka Sentinel, has received the machinery for their new hoisting wonts, anu wm goon nave it in piace. The Esmeralda Herald says Henry Brophy, who it is supposed so foully murdered Tom McLaughlin at Belleville recently, has not been heard from yet. Appeal: A Carson man who was very proud of his twins showed a picture of them to a lady who paralyzed him with the query: " W men one is yours! Remarks the Carson Appeal: "A Reno paper speaks of a man who was crushed under a load ot ties. Ihe party had probably been marrying too often?" Have you come to realize it so soon Sam? The Ward Keflex learns from late ar rivals that water will not be brought into Osceola this year. The reason assigned is that the projectors of the ditch have their hands too full already to attempt it this season. Belmont Courier: Rich ruby ore is being found iu the Morey District Com ponys mine. The work of development is being pushed vigorously, and the mill is kept running steadily on ore from the mines and the bullion shipments are regular. . Ward Reflex: Ore was struck in the Martin White main tunnel last night at 11 o'clock, but how much of a strike is not known at present. It cannot pos sibly be the ore body the tunnel is headed for; that would be expecting too much. The main ore body may be reached in the next two months may be possibly be- lore. The Reno Gazette says that the bank ing laws of the State of Nevada are im perfect. In the event of the failure or suspension of a savings bank there is no provision for the appointment of a retainer some one to retain the assets. This defect should be remedied. Under the present system a broken bank is oongea to appoint its own retainer. Virginia Enterprise: President Brush, of the Sutro Tunnel Company, is up from San Francisco, and it is expected that arrangements will be made whereby the Yellow Jacket will start a drift to meet the south header. The only thing is for the Sutro Tunnel Company to establish the requisite grade and the work will be pushed right along. Eureka Sentinel: Charley Graham and Hy Cole, who returned Saturday night from Grantsville, report the camp as having excellent prospects, but say it is very dull at present and must remain so for some time. There will not bean other pay-day there until the 10th of September. The Alexander mine is believed to be one of the biggest and most permanent in America. Eureka Leader: District Attorney Merrill received notice last evening that Alf. Chartz would make application to the present Board of Pardons, now in session at Carson, and in compliance with the law he forwarded to-day the principal data in the case relating to the main points in the testimony. Chartz s ap plication will not be passed upon by the Hoard until the return of the Governor, about the 1st of August. Silver State: Deputy Sheriff Pry or brought Pat Kenedy, who it is alleged is insane, to town yesterday, and lodged him in jail to await the examination of a commission which is to meet this after noon and inquire into his mental con dition. Ho. had no trouble in getting him here from where he was herding horses on Jackson ireeic. ne says if he cannot prove that a man was killed on the Humboldt near Fairbank's place last inter, and his body fed to the hogs by his murderers, then he is insane beyond doubt. Col. Lyman Bridges, Chief Engineer of this road, says the Battle Mountain Mes senger, arrived from the East on Tues dav. and immediately took the train for Ledlie, Grantsville, Candelaria, Silver Peak and other points south, which are on the line of the proposed railway. Mr. Hudson, his assistant engineer, and the one that run the survey from Ledlie south, accompanied the Colonel on the trip. There is not the least doubt now but that the road will be built immedi ately, and continued south as fast as practical, as large amount of business is springing up in that portion of the State. - The cooks at Wellesley College are I men; the professors are women. It is believed that under the apportion ment which the census' will make neces sary, Virginia, South Carolina, Ken tucky and Louisiana, and perhaps Missis sippi, will each lose a Congressman, and Texas will gain two. Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Connecti cut will each probably lose a member, and Vermont may lose two. i The West will probably hold its own and Kansas and Nebraska are liable to gain five Con gressmen between them. Minneapolis, Minn., has the largest and finest flouring mill in the world in new Washburn, a mill rebuilt on the ruins of the mill destroyed by the ex plosion two years ago. It is fitted with the best machinery and appliances to be had, and is capable of turning out 3,000 barrels of flour every twenty-four hours. An orator is like an umbrella only when he proceeds to spread himself. But not so easily shut up. Though more waterproof. it Panaca, July 18th, to the wife of John T, Dull, a son a 14 pounder. . SCHOOL FOR GIRLS AT THE ADVANTAGES WHICH THIS school affords are not excelled by any west ot the Rocky Mountains, and the charges tre ss low in any institution of the Bams grade The fifth year will begin Thursday. August 26th, For admission, iddress BISHOP WHITAKER, Virginia Olty.Nev. Jya-lm BROWN & SPIRES' SAIiOOX, Corner If sin and If eadow Valley Sts. BBJST WTNEJS, HsICTTOIrLS, 23tc. THIS IS DESERVEDLY A PALACE OF GEN ERAL retort by all who indulge in a SooUl Glass. Give us a call. . f8tf NOTICE. Te Whom It May Concern. OTIC! IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Raymond a Ely Mining Company has. on April 8. 18S0, sold, assigned, transferred and set over to Lazard Freres all Its rigbt, title and in terest In and to a certain agreement, dated No rember 1, 1ST9, between tbe aaid Raymond & Ely mining uompany ana wiuum s. ttnaoe ena Ben Ham too, of Frisco, Uth. And the , nnder and by virtue of said aale and assignment, tbe said Raymond & Ely Mining Company has de- UTerea unto eaia uuera rrere ran control ana possession of all tbe tailings of said Company, ind other property described in said contract, and eituated at or near Balllonville, Nevada. Piocbe, Nevada, July 23, 1688. THE RAYMOND k ELY MINING COMPANY, lly U. it. WRBTRimiB, Aoting Superintendent. LAZARD FRERES, By E. i Le Bsktox, jj2l-lm Their Attorney in Fact, NOTICE. To Wsem tt Maty Concern, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER and by virtue of a chattel mortmuto. exe cuted by tbe Raymond & Ely Mining Company to David Cahn, dated April lKgo, the said Ray mond Ely Mining Company has delivered unto said David Cahn entire and fall possession, according to law, of tbe property, personal and mixed, t' ereln described. Tbe said mortgage was recorded April 11, 188. In Book C. pages 302 to -kid ininsiveiy, Lincoln uounty tiecorus. Pioche. Nevada. Jnly 23. 1890. THE RAYMOND ELY MINING COMPANY, By o. B. wiRsmia, Acting Superintendent. 4 DAVID CAHN, . By E. J. La Bbitok, ' jj2i-lm His Attorney in Pact. Notice to lienholiers. AN ACTION HAVING BEEN COMMENCED iu the Sixth Judicial Dletrict Court of the State of Nevada, in and for the County of Lin coin, by Thomas W. Brown, to enforce and fore close certain liens against the Meadow Valley Mine and Mining Claim, situated in Ely Mining District, in the said County of Lincoln, State of Nevada Notice Is hereby given to all persons holding or claiming liens on said premises nnder the proviaions or an act ei tbe legisla ture of th State of Nevada, entitled "An Act to secure liens to mechanic, and others, and to repeal all other acts in relation th-reto," ap proved March 2d, 187S, to be and appear before said Court on the 2d day of August. A D. 1880, and to exhibit then and there the proof of their said liens. jylOtd . THOMAS W. BBOWN, DENTISTRY. H AVTNG RETURNED TO PIOCHZ all persons desiring Dentistry Work performed will find me at my old Quarters en Main street. As it Is my lnten tion to remain la Pioche but for a short time those needing my service had better apply lonnwiin. )y8-tf T. 0. NICHOLS Notice of lection. AN ELECTION FOB CHIEF ENGINEER, and First and Second Assistant Engineers, of the Pioche Fire Department, will be held at ine nones or rrotecuoa company, on Wedneedny, Amffmat 4th, 1880, between th hours of t a. u. and tr.u. By .order of the Board of Pelegate, Jyl7td W. P. QOQDMAN, President, Dissolution Notice. mHB CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE XX X is ting between Wat. Piatt, it., and Hans Qottfredeon is this day dissolved by santaal con nt, th said Wm. Piatt. Jr., withdrawing from the firm. . XI Dorado Canyon, Llnooln County, Nevada, nonary a v. lose. JylT-lst HANI GOTTFBKDS&N, Down to the It seems to be the Pioche and vicinity to buy at Bed-Rock Prices This is the true spirit, and will increase the prosperity of the people, for no goods can be sold on time by owners unless the purchaser pays for the time given. Anticipat ing the wants and desires of the people in this regard we will sell strictly for cash from now on, at prices that will surprise the most credulous. We are now opening an immense stock of . s CLOTHXJTC, Which have been purchased failures of some of the leading WE ARE MIT TO BE 1DLRS0LD MD WILL SELL IT PRICES WITHIN THE We will Sell Ton Better Gs lor less Jta? tlan aey otner Firm ii tie S T A Ladies, Misses and Children's Shoes at Less than HALF FORMER PRICES. , J. MYERS & BRO., m21-" PiooHo. Xovada. j. mmww & co., MAIN.. .STREET, PIOCHE NEVADA IMPORTERS A-tsTD DEALERS IN IRON, STEEL, MILL and MINING SUPPLIES, HOSE, BELTING, PACKING, NAVAL STOU.ES, GAS-PIPE and FITTNOS. HARDWOOD dc WAGON MATERIAL, " SASH, DOORS Si BLINDS, : PAINTS di OILS, Agricultural Implements, . S5TOVKH, CROCKERY GLASS. WIRE, and HOUSE JVHN . ISH1NG GOODS. Manufacturers of Copper, Tin and Sheet-Iron Ware. Plumbers - Steam and Oas Fitters. HEADQUARTERS FOR COAL OIL GIANT and Dupont Blasting Powder and Cali fornia Fuse. WE KEEP FIR9T-0LA98 GOODS ONLY! We Bay for Oaah and Bell for Cash, ONE PRICK TO ALL!! . I,. J. N. CURTIS, SUCCESSOR TO W. F. MILLS & CO.. Dealer in GENERAL MEUK, MINING SUPPLIES, Groceries, Clothing, Etc., At Reasonable Prices MAIN STREET, BRISTOL. Liatceln Cowatv, Nevada. . JxMf Get? wear Jab Work dome at the "Kecerd" Office. in -art -m liM-Kofk desire now of the people of their goods low down thnt;0 ' for cash durine the repent. firms in San Francisco. REICH OF EVERYBODY. T IE. W. E. GRIFFIN. BANKER and STOCKBROKER, anu .oiht WELLS, FARCO & CO., PIOCHE, NEV. , rpRANSACTS A GENERAL BANEINO BUS- i -. . VM vp.u Ac count or Certificates issued therefor. Exchange drawn on all the principal cities of the United States, Canada and Europe. Will purchase Silver and Crude Bullion oi make adranoes on same and ship for owner's account. Mining, Railroad and all kinds of Stock bought and sold on Commission. Loans and Advances made on Rtocks; also Dividends Collected and Assessments Paid. ooansspoRDurrs : WELLS, FARGO dc CO., San Franclaco, Oal. ' WELLS, FARGO & CO., 05 Broadway, New Tork. EIVK8, ALLEN, 61 King William street, London, Eng., Agents Wells, Fargo A Co, OFFICE In Wells, Fsrgo a Co's Building, Main street. Ploohe, Nevada. anW-tf NOTICE. To Paul Cavalll, owner of tro hundred (200) undivided feet in the Kllnirea Smith Mine, situated in the Pennsylvania Mining District, Lincoln county, Nevada, you are hereby notified that there la due from y m the aura of two hundred and twenty-seven ai-100 ff.317.ill) dollars on your said Interest in said mine being f 36 30 for the year 1877. f 1 for the year 1878, and fl74.91 for the year 1879-the same being your proportion of th work and labor done and performed by the undersigned in said above named mine, which you are hereby notl flf d to pay Immediately, together with the cost of this sdveitlsement, otherwise we shell claim forfeiture of your said int rest In ssid mine, in conformity with the aot of Congress (See. W spproved May 10, 1872. AH persons are hereby cautioned against purchasing the said interest from the said Paul Cavalll, u he cannot undrf ejiatlng circumstances make a legal transfer of the same ALLEN McDOTJGALL. LOUIS SULTAN. Owners of the KUngen Smith Mine. Pioche, Nev., June M, 1880. jett-M. NOTICE. To Wm. Batlltnirs, owner In the Voleano Mine, situated in Jackrabbit Mining District, Lincoln county, Stat of Nevada, you are hereby notified that there la due from you the sua of three hundred and fifty (1350) dollars on your Interest-being an undivided one-fifth Interest in the above nsmed mine, which you are hereby notified to pay Immediately, together with the oosts of this advertisement, otherwise we shall claim forfeiture of your Interest, in conformity with the sots of Congress (80 S) approved May loth, 1873. All persons are oau tloned aaaint purchasing th said Interest from the said Wm Bullllngs, ss he cannot under existing cironmstanoes make a legal tranafer. WE8TLET WILLIAMS. W. B. WILSON. Owners in th Volcano Mine. Ploch,Nv Jnn21,188e. J9-Md.