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CAKSO N CITY : Ttieslv. ----- Dc- 5. 1S71. BEAN C J., I'.icitic Coast Advertising Agency, Mont.: uo-ry St., are eur auLlioi iiied Amenta :n Sau Fr;imi.co. THE ANNEXATION OF MEXICO. If the report of the seizure of two American vessels at MagJalena Bay by the Mexican troops w ho dispos sessed Col. Drake De Kay and his eolonizers prove correct, it may lead to some trouble in that quarter. The pretext for the seizure of the THE ALPINE. We alluded some weeks ago to the proposed changes to be made in this the handsomest periodical in Amer ica. We have received the January number which has been published in advance as a specimen of what American art can do, and to gratify the general curiosity awakened by the announcement of the prospectus Typographically it schooners is not stated. De Kay That Clejbkshlp. The fight in probably had no legal right to coa- California fur the clerkship of the .tinne the colonization scheme at that some time ago, Assembly is becoming sulphuric in . point after the failure of the com- is a curiosity ; in excellence exceed its heat. Scarcely an issue of the puny to meet its contract with theng anything yet issued from the Sacramento Union appears without Mexican govercment ; but he had; press. It is printed on dry paper, allusion to the pre-eminent qualitica- some rights asacitizen of the United As an illustration of American art it tions of Owen of San Jose and sweep- ! States, particularly while holding : is receiving the unbounded praise ing denunciations of B.ruek and his , the office of U. S. t'onsnl at Magda of artists of acknowledged ability, railroad friends. Boruck conies J lena. The owiiers of the schooners, I Among the magnificent illustrations back in the last Spirit of the Times 1 quietly engaged in taking in their I " Maud Miller " on the first page is eargos of orchilla, had also some a happy instance of "the power of rights which the Mexican government tlie pencil to reinforce the nen." with a personal appeal to the mem bers of the Legislature to stand by him. He claims that this unpreee- ( whoever that may consist ol) was ilented course "is impelled solely bound to respect. lv the character of the contest which j This latest revolution in Mexico has been made against me ; a con- has demonstrated the weakness of test which has resolved itself into an , tbe Juarez government, and will " The Nooning" from Darley, " The Tropic Forest" by Granville Per kins, two views "f " Venice," the "Festival" and the "Bridge of Sighs "are rem irkable instances of absolute persecution, and one which, in its malignity, has had no parallel, pretty effectually complete the con- artistic taste and skill. There is jvietionin the American mind that ' nothingflashvabont this work, either and which has been, as before stated j nothing is to be expected from Mex- jn its unrivalled illustrations, poetry, in this, rithont the slightest cause, : ico or its rulers until that national- 'or literature. except the gratification of personal revenge." itv is blotted out. We take pleasure in recommending to all who desire on That the United States will finally i their tables, what this claims to be, absorb that country is a well-settled 'and is, a unique and original concep- We have been disposed tiou. Terms, 5 per year. James The Daeiex Ship Canal. Com mander Selfridire. who conducted i conviction. the expedition to survey the route j to re?arJ u as au event somewhat ( Sutton & Co., 23 Liberty street, for a ship canal across the Istmus of j aistanr-somemmg mcn interest e- Xotk. Darien, has arrived at Washington j tLe next generation more than the and submitted his report to Secre-1 present. It may not be as remote as tarv Robeson. Commander Sel-! y have imagined. w fi.it. tw. n. The United States has some interest in course of "time w ill be made, and i in tbe maintenance of order and j feeling i not just now prevailing I peace on the .North American conti- i me iwepunucan party oi evaaa. When Maximillian was ex- Here is one of his shots against Senator Xye"s Last. Judging from the spirit of the corespondeut of the Eeuo Creieeiit, the best of savs that it is no lonprer a question .i.n. ;t. .i.r,Q i,f r.Q , .fluent. i i T7. helled from Moxioo by the in t erf or- btewart and -Nye uoiiars una eeins, uuu jl.u- ropean governments will join in tbe'nce of tLe American government, nter.,rise. The matter will i.roba- i1,e onl security for a stable gov- bly be called to the attention of Con-jernmecl Ior Mexico as r.rokeu j thomselves terribly disappointed on rrroau Kv ilia T'rptii.lonr in ln's finnii;i i down. This country having inter-; finding it to be onlv the last varn fered in that case. I Mexican peaee . ! i , ...... .cinzens oi every civmzeu country h:lll arrived when a man represeut- doing business in Mexico, it is now ing the Bepnblicau party in the na ! incumbent on the United States to j tioual councils, should be possessed Railroad to Inyo. TLe Santa Barbara Press is very sanguine that a railroad can be constructed from Santa Barbara to the mining regions of Kern and Inyo. A single tunnel, it is claimed, is all that is necessary, Many of our citizens were over joyed at reading the above heading in yesterdays Lnterprise. but found miTL-; muling il iu i nj oiiiv i ue mil va.ru ?ase, to the injnrv of i told on this coast, and mighty stale ?, and the securitV of !0,ne at tliat: A frirn'1 V1 'arin" . , ' tins morning, said that the time ELKO. From the Independent of Dec. 2J we glean the following items : Len Wines arrived from Salt Lake on Wednesday evening. He left on the cars yesterday to go below on a short visit. Buss Carter has been lying dan gerously ill at the Cosmopolitan Hotel for the past week. He is con valescent, however, and will be about again in a few dayu. The heaviest snow storm witnessed in tiiis section of country since its settlement by the whites, commenced about noon on Saturday last, con tinuing for 48 hours, covering the ground to the depth of about ten inches. Fred. Wilson has his skating rink in ruuning order, aud for the past three days old and young, ladies, gents and misses have been eujoing themselves muchly. Fred, lias fitted up everything for the comfort of his patrons a parlor, handsomely fur nished with carpet, eh urs and stove, for the ladies, and ditto (with hot Tom and Jerry instead of carpet) for the gents. Dr. W. V. Hudson, well known to the citizens of E1U county, died re cently at Mountain City, after a short illness, lie w is a candidate on the lv'publii'an ticket at the last election ; was a prominent citizen of the county, and a more genial, wholesouled gentleman could 11 t be found in Nevada. His death, so sudden and unexpected, is mourned by hosts of friends and acquaint ances. He was buried at Mountain City. J. F. Dye, of Mountain City, whose settlement on the l'acitie coast antidates old J1.' ers years, passed through Elko on Thursday last for San Francisco where he will spend a few weeks with his children, after which he contemplates a visit to Texas with a view of driving a band of cattle to Nevada. Mr. Dye is an old pioneer on this coast, and al though ajred j"i years, still has the vim and enterprise of one in, the prime of life. sroOOJ M O v I II OF coons PUBLIC AUCTION. DAVIS & GILLSON, Wholesale and Retail Dealers General Meichaxdise ! Fire-Proof Brick Uuildtng, Cor. (arson and Sixth Sts., CARSOX CITY, XEV. Oroceries. If mm GOJD, FRKSII GUT-ERIEi. chc.p, call oq DA IS i U ILLS J.N. 1'liina Hlc. DAVIS i filLLSOV tive ,n Inn 1 ) lnit uf N.i. I Ciiin.t K;ce. wliu-li r utj: it bifj.e the rise mud will ut sjij at Utriu. i Flu nr. I DW13 t OTLI.0 liir on hand 4.000 Stick of P. our -tu. u-i t.rtn I- wliich i urterej 10 tllt-lr ruslj.in.-ra at 1. 1? ' ti tt t he (irasent cot (ince uf r'luur in Ca.if Ta;a uttU IreiLt :i.K-J. Croinitl Ft-rd. DAVIS t C.ILL-OV ,vf ..i li.M.l an I f .r !. at tn IIAKM u .ibi.- liitvb, 400 Toila ot Urouad FceU. see that Mexico behaves itself like a!"1. ..mer ,p uin eauons uiau . being able to t dk ot the blood v civihzeal nation. Events haveshown I tields cf Antietam and Gettysburg, that it is not likel v to do this : that .-md tell smnttv varus in bar- connecting two canyons leading up Mesi(;o is drifting "to the dogs as rap- j rooms to ndmirini loafers." I con- idly as ever. Having interfered c,lr- the pnrt.v six J . it, vears ago would be utterlv distaste- once there is a good precedent 'orjf!il to the majority now. A capable, doing so a second time and this j honest, reliable gentleman is want time in such a manner as to squelch ' i g for Senator next year to offset tue one eiecteii taree years ago, and () WIMJ T) THE KXTKVflTE PTiyK ON bauJ, 1 pru;K.t: u ive my ulj p.ttiuni the divide. The rock at this point is said to be soft sandstone, and easily pierced. The Press is enthu siastic for a narrow gauge over the route at once. If they don't hurry xili they may find one running into the Inyo country from this side of he mountains. i ' .'"firmatiox. Vk'e notice, says the V.. Ha Walla Statesman, that several of the lower country ex changes confirm the report that Ben Hulladay is about to buy out the fn.ii-fl. Vlii 111 -ri1 f li i ti;f ir miairil'ia ilU1 . , . I to represent truthfully and worthily who neither respect their own gov ernment, nor that of any other nation. If within a few months or possibly weeks, Juarez does not , crush out Diaz and his rebellious confeder ates, there will be little use for the United States to wait "any longer in hopes of a. peaceful, honorable fu- O. S. X. Company, and all of them te or Mexico. This country should lntertere again, and in the agree in regarding the purchase as a fixed fact. When Ben owns the Columbia river, he can trluly bout that he owns the Northwest Coast. Not less than from 500 to "00 men, 6ays D. Virgil Gates, M. D., in a letter to the Salt Lake Tribune, are lying on their oars at Pioche, wait ing for something to turn up. He advises persons who contemplate going there this Winter, to pause be fore rushing headlong where they cannot well go further without go ing to the barren wastes of Arizona. The Examiner wants to know where Senators Nye and Stewart get all their money to buy ux Legisla tures, and smash States generally. It intimates that it comes from the same source whence Conness drew his. Conness had to borrow money for an oatiit when he first went to Washington and at the end of Lis term was a millionare. The Wind Storm. The severest gale of wind known to the oldest in habitants, visited this place, (Union ville) Friday night, November 21. The only damage, iu town, that we heard of, however-, is a portion of the east wall of the Court-house bulged out some six or eight inches from its former position. Silver State. The Sentinel says Hon. P. C Hy man lata of White Pine, has gene to Pioche to reside. name of international necessity, and iu accordance with the spirit of the Monroe doctrine, either annex Mex ico to the United States, or assume a protectorate over it. Such a movement would be a stroke of pol icy which would bring the present Administration into greater favor than any one act it could be connect ed with. If Grant would take pos ses ion of Mexico, he could rely on the Pacific vote, at least, to assist him to the succession. Struck it Kick. Judge C. H. Bryan, well known throughout this coast as one of the ablest lawyers in the country, but whose habits of late' years had rendered him nnlit to be entrusted with any legal business, has ."truck it rich since he went to Oregon, by leing employed iu an important case with Holladay for a client. A heavy fee was the result, if he won the Ciise, which he suc ceeded in doing, and now is the owner of one of the best farms in Polk county, Oregon, stocked with some of the finest thoroughbreds in that State. Instead of being dead, as was reported at one time he is still alive, and will doubtless drill his "Arizona guard" for many years to come. Elko Independent. J. F. Piatt was in town last Tues day, making an oflicial examination of certain mining property in Win nemucca Mountain, for a San Fran cisco company. We understand the sale of the mine well depend greatly upon Piatt's report Humboldt liegister. the Republican party of the present time. Uncle Jeemes was a good man when we wanted a blower, and so was William Rufus; but as the State requires a gentleman now, neither of the above named can or will be elected. M1 LECTURE. US. L. I. L. A DAMS. CF LOXBV, the Orient! hh-J Kurpmn frHTeler, will Lecture at ifat: MMliUiSl LtlLKCII, Tuesday Kvenlug, December 5, '71 Sn'-jeet Three Years in the UIy Land and Egypt. Imrinp the Lectures. Mr-. AtUms will exhibit relics Itom tb Mi'Orit of olives, KWer J riau. (end 5eJ4, f ti all lee, Krd Se, t'atacomtn of Kyi't, .liaz i, Jnpj. i, H. bri'D, Trye, ISanlberk, DAma!'us. Ahratiiim.- Oak, Church of the Nativi ty at lSt-thleheiM, the oM Temple grinnd4 oq Mt. Juiiah at Jeru-aletn, ainl troui the Rubber Cave ii ttie r-H'i t.i JrnctiO Mr. Adam will ex hibit cuius bearing the imprest of thm days cf David ami ulotium, nnd even older than the h-ra-'hs ; al the cin called the widow' mite," used in the dayf Christ. Lectures Tne-l;iy, Wednesday and Thurpilay everting Tickets, bj ct.. ir Jl "2b ftrtheC 'Um'. Lectures to Cuiuuieuce at tclock; doors open at 7 o'clock. On Thursday Mrs. Adam will exhibit 50 fine c lined views, taken iu the Holy land. The exlii bitiou to be free iir all ol the ecbuola, and to com merce at ;i p. hi at the Methodist Church. ftTluriu the evening course of lectures Mro. Adams wiil de'rile the betruthal. Wedding, aod funeral, of a Mahouiuiedau, and wilt drea like a Tuikish bri-Ie. dei-td J. IO U: UNTIE! ZTJ'IT ! Mv stock bin accumulated to such ao extent that" my .fcWrIOKE, opposite my old Dollar Store, fa Tift larae tuou.'ti to i cinrn-h1 ite Diy stock, aud 1 tUerelore pio'e tv Otiil at least $50,000 worth of Goods at Auction! Collating f Maic amlMntical Instrument, Dry Uoudi, Hosiery, Bohemian Ware, Fanejr Good, Toilet .Mat a and Sel, Woolen GootU, Worked Braids, And a General Assortment of Toys and Holiday Goods. Aucti t' comrnetice Ueot-mVr 10. at 1 -V clock p in. and at 7 c'cl-x-k in lb- fV.-fimir. ai.d CoUtiUUe each uay uutil the Oood-i are disposed of. K. L. IIIGGIVS. Virginia. Dec. 4, 171. deO- f 1 Wines, IJquoi , Tobacco, i ana liurarw. j JiMt received i f;il.!s.V a lar I as- iriiu-'tit f VVl t-a, llcii ra. l ohicco j aud Ijeara, wh- h are . ei the trade ai i iiipreCodc:itly low pr-ies Cookln? and Parlor Stoves, Stole 1'ipe, etc. PAVI3 A OIL! S- N haie ju-t r c-1vd an in voice ot IV kirn; and i' r r t.-v-i., Store ''ite. and C-'kifirf Ltetip:n. wtikh wi.l ba sld at a small aUvauce upou cott. PAKT.XEUSIlll OIICE. DELINQUENT TAXES POIl 1871. Ar"iTORs Office, Carso Ormby O anty, Nev., Dec. 1, 1671. J T0TICE 16 HKKKBV GIV'tJi, TIIAT TUB Deiiuueut l.it of the Taxes tor 1&71 has been deposited with the District Attorney, and u-ilt-ss the delinquent taxes therein sp-citied are paid to the Treuurer, as ex-otticio Tax lteceiver. Wllhln Twenty Days from f ha Pub lication of this notice. Action will be comraeuced by the District Attor ney f r the culled ioti uf nid taxes and costs. dZ-Art fAM. D. Kl.Nti, County Auditor. PROFESSIONAL CARD. (Late of Los Angeles, California,) Homoeopathic Physician & Surgeon, WOULD RE3PKCTFULLT INFORM THE citizeuH of Carnon that he has fitted up an office NK.XT DK)K TO TUB PKNROD HOUdti. and will make a soeciaJtr ot the diseaHs (of women aud chi drea. vc27-tf MASON & CHAMBERLIN. MR. II. S. MASON AND MR. X. D. CHAM RKKUN. have f .rinei a co-tiartnerahii under the firm name of MASo.x A CllAMBfcR L1N. for the train trou f bus in ass in Groce ries, PruVidious, aud Geueral Meictiaxidide. MASOX i CHAMBERLIX. WHOLESALE GROCERS, AND DEALERS IN UEVRRtli MCIU II iIISE, NORTH SIDB OP PLAZA. H. 8. MASON, N. D. CHAMBERLIN. Carson City, January 2.1, lb'l. A OAItl. H B.MASON TAKKS THIS OPPORTUNITY . to thank bis iihl mtonif rs f.ir ti eir formwr liberal support, aod to ruedt them u calt uain littn again, and take a louk at the inoruLaudiAe offtrel for pale. X. B. Goofs will be delivered Free of Clearer, in any iart o( the city, aud in any part art if tiie country (witttin reiuouanle distance.) Carson City, January 2d, 1S71. ja2-tf CUNDURANGO. BITTKR3 MADE PROM IlirS NEWLY Dis covered cure for CANCMt, sCUOr LLA and other CUTANEOUS DISEASES, ARE HOW BEAD? FOB DEIIVEBT. S-Non genuine without the word "CUNDUR ANUO Mown in the bottle. Mid betthug the fac simile of our uirnature. Tinware aud (rocker-. If ym want to purchase Tmwire nut Crockery patrouize DAVlr x uit.LfU. Haling Hope. JiBtwiwthrrm'IS i iII.l.- 30.000 lb.. Haling Ktpev wlticu is od'-rd u fariuera at low latea. Agricultural IsupSenients. Farmers will pleas-, rem.-nilw-r that IAVIS & GlLLsOS keep a lare stock '1 Agricultural Implement on hand, in season, which will te gold at a email profit. I'ainlN a ii1 Oils. All kinds of Paiuta and Oil. on hand, and for ale cheap by DAVIS 4 UILLSO.V. Hardware, TVoodcntvare, l'owder aud Fuse. If yoq want to pnrch;ts- Itirdware, Woc!n ware. Powder aud ruse, i-hII on IjAVIS t G1LLS0N. Clotliln?, Hoot, and Miocn. If yon want a tyli"h fuit t-f Clothes, or a neat fitting and serviceable pa r of Moots or Shoes, go tu DAVIS i GILLSO.N'S. 'W" ANTED ! AT DAVIS & GIIVLSON'S, 500 TONS OF GRAIN! FOR WIIXCII THE HI0HE T MARKET PRICE IN CASH WILL BE PAID. DAVIS k 0ILLSJN will store Grain and Mer chandise, and make cash, advances on toe same. DAVIS 4 GILL9ON take pleasure in returning thanks to their numerous customers for the very Proprietors and Sole Agents, No. 51 Front street, v liberal patron ace heretofore bestowed npon them, Sacramento, Cal. 1 and respectfully ask for a continuance of the aam. A. D. DRIESBACH, Agent for Carson. DAVIS efe GIIsIsHOSsV so29-2m I Carson, Nov. 1, 1871. oovl-tf