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THE PIWilEDIlLV RECORD
ft ATTBD AV CTOBEK HO, 187 run Francisco MTRON ANGEL, 432 Mrmtgom ery gt. Room No. II, Sole Atfcnt fur Recobd. Star District, Utah J. A. SCHMIDT k 0. jImiltonT. STARR. Russell's Bookstore. wif GEDLING, News Dealer in Goodrich' saioon, ia our Agent in BuHlonvillc, and is authorized to receive subscription, fur the Rbcobd and receipt fur the asine. . Virginia City -JAS. McDONALD. Bar.ka-F.LOEWVk CO. , LOOAli ITEIJMS. ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. BT OILHKB J F llaydea W McCreiuier t Mason J B Sessions BT GILMEB M Vandernan J Htinimond L Malcom H Lauion ARRIVALS ' , A SAUSBUBV'a BAMTfrait UITI. H Brauntch D C Cramer Jaa Hutton John Sjillivan W Stein B Downing G D Berry balisbusy's salt Lack link. D H Sherwood L Land "RGillenend J OONeil ' 8 L ltirfaarda W Laid O Wachl. l M Smith Mr Douglas and wife DEPARTURES. BT orLMlB 1 AlMBrBY' BaWTLTOW LIKE, EBuhfn LGililand BT OILMM A BAUSBUBT'B SALT LA KK LIMB. II D Lorone OA Knenyer BILLION SHIPMENT, Per Wells, Fargo A Co.'s Express Company, October 21 $'4,fln8.ni October M K.249.74 October 23 3S.Stl.33 October 2J 6,482,24 Pioche Market Report. CiOLP PRICKS. CUHHICTED DAILY BT ASHIM BRO. WHOLBSALS. ItEIAIL. California Flour .. $7 ; cwt. $7.25 (nulled Sugar 2uHc ? Ih 32 Vr. Brown Cotfce Sugar.... lttc j llj life (Hi. Breakfast Bacon.,.' Mr lb 25c i hii'KiCauvawK:dBacin 20c Hi 22Se Chicago Canvassed llama 25c $ Ih aft. lliuns all kinds lite f Hi Ho Apples, Dried IV? Ih ihc Peaches. Dried 18c ji Hi 20c ("off..", Coata Rica 2"c ?t Ih 3oc Coffee. Java 33'ic j) lb ' Hue l.ard, California lc ? 1ft 21c Lard. Chicago 20c lb 22 He Butter, Cnl. Boll 37 vc 11, Kyrup, Gulden ( 71 keg 2 per grill. Caudles, (iraiit's $5 V box ;toc -.1 H, P.C.O $2.G2box 13Siie?lb .Snap, Castile , , 25c l fli 30,. Matches $2.50 gr. 25c pkg- V'traat Powders, P. M... .$2.75 doz. 25o 1 can Crackers, all kinds nSrcfh 2uc Pickle. Cutting's t v keg Mackerel , s 5 k,t 25c lh Hlmon,licklcd,..,.... 12!C Ih 15c Cixlliah.., , l.V V lh 2iic. Bice $7.25 t jjc jt Ciirrauta 22' , Ih 25, IVrn Starch 25c Hi 3:;ij J'"P-" 3H(, ? Hi 4iic Navy Tobacco 75c a lb . Duo lauucd Cum I Tiiiuatoca. ... J ' 1 ' ' " j (3 oansfer " Siring Ueaiia. J $4.75 do. ! " Oyatera ) ( fj.jj 11 Pie Fniitn. . . 1 " Condd'd Milk I WAX KKAXC1S( O HTOCK RKPORT. San FBAMrwoo, Oct. 2.1. M Alpha 45 ' ISO Belcher V34 95140 . WA Caledonia S2tl2H ! WBChollar Potosi til mS ' tincnnfldence 124 12'f KM (loo. Virginia 87 BS i WO Crown Point 12 120 " i 4 Eureka Con lfi 20$W 50 Gould ft Curry 1h0 1K5 VM Hale k Norcroaa Wi H7t30 M55 lraiKTial m 10 ! 10 Kentuek UHO 400 Knickerbocker 5lk14'i 2V) Ophir , 57 i 190 Overman 7:1 70 240 Savage WH 107 50 8eg. Belcher HO M Sierra Nevaila , 154 15 i 156 Yellow Jacket , 103 101 S riocnB rrotna. , 7n Alps g i 1 'ii American Flag 14 1314 Amador Tunnel H 9'4 0 Bowery g 21i3u 75 Chapman ,' " C 205 Ch f of the Hill T'l 7X 50 Condor li 5(10 Huhn t Hunt '. 71. 7'4VM 270 Htrmcs 8' 7 V 120 Ingomar Il),bl0 100 Lnuifie 7IIC 115 Meadow Valley ,', 27 ! 2'b lO i,cwrk 4 J.4H 1.5 Piocha 14 S, 14 250 Pioche Went Ex 250 Page is Piinaea 2 Si 2; J'JOO Piuche Pheuix ju 3u 220 Bayniond t Ely 130 130 B. F. SIDES BUYS AND SELLS STOCKS ON COMMISSION. Money Loaned an Rtocks. A8H1M BROS. MODI'S OPERANDI FOR THB PEOPLE. THif J5eE LTEST AND THE BEST. 'HE BfcST Ol'ALlTV OF GOODS IN THE MARKET AT A8UIM BROS. rt,r v..J'HliL0WEK'r PRICES. 7 HE NEWEST FASHIONABLE AND SUB STANTIAL CLOTHING, HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES. ANCT AND 8TAPLK GROCERIES FOB FAMILY U8E. - . , , , nmININQ OUTFITS A SPECIALTY. HARDWARE AND TINWARE FOR EVERY- BOIY. GOODS DELIVERED FUEE OF CHARGE TO ANY PART OF THE CITY. nKlAla P0UTK "I-ERKS TO bHOW GOODS, AND 8AT1SFA0- FU0M A SKEIN OF THREAD CHEAP HOUbE OF ASHIM JJRoS. , Mas. Gabdneb Lag fitted up the new house of Ham Light's on Main street, newly opposite the Ebcobd office, nnd peued it as a lodying houBB. The rooms are not surpassed by any in J-ioche. The aoootninodatious of this able"6 Me first ck8S- Term8 r"a,"- ol3 Attsnd to yonr teeth; don't wait until they aohe and then in language of regret wy yon would give most anything to Ma?n h8m Gtnceto Dr. Nichols, Main street, and avoid sleepless nights ve your stock of patience and, what Mature intended, your teeth. ae8 i Cibcdxattno Libbabt. Folk 4 Levin Jn Main street have just received the ten.8;'.611 be.Bt PiW'cations at their ei- an and see them. , At Barrage's Drug Store, Main treet, airectly opposite Lacour stret ia the anf l?ndl best "wrtMent of pore drugs nd patent medicines; also perfumerv Jmp chimuiee, eto, .jro Oband Dkk ocbattc EaLtT. Last night an immense crowd assembled in Main street, to hear the distinguished spra, Judges Hardy and Berry. The evening, though cold was pleasant, there being but little wind, and the people seemed determined to let no inconvenience arising from the chilly uir, prevent them from listening to the exposition of the duus of Democrats froin, the lips of the prominent members of the party who addressed them. After the meeting was called to ordf r, Judge Knight was elected Chairmun, and iutrodnoed the Hon. J. H. Hardy. . : . , " ' , Juilge Hardy held lis audience in wrapt attention by his scuttling and mas terly expose of the delinquencies of the Grant Administration, showing that the moving spirit of that cliiius was simply a question of money, and none othir. There was one point that the Judge made that was worthy the serious attention of all parties, and that is, whether the stock reasons that the Grant men are so per-sibtt-ntly advancing for the re-eiection of Grant to second term of office, would not apply with equal force to a third term and a fourth term? Judge Hardy also clearly showed the folly of those men who had hitherto called themselves Democruts and acted with the Demo cratic party, in listening to the insiduous wiles so industriously pourwl into their ear, for the purpose "if possible of divid ing the party, and by thit means sec uring the election of Grunt. The Judge closed with an eloquent and lofty appeal, show ing thut now was the time to restore the era of amity, to bury the animosities and discord of the past, and together with clasped hands and a common purpose to achieve a common prosperity and a com mon glory. Judtie llnr Jy elected great ap. plause Hnd received three hearty cheers on retiring. Judge Berry then took the Htand, and after expressing his surprise nt the vast -mass of listners which he said far exceeded in numbers that of a lute mass meeting iu Virginia which was addressed by Senator Nye. The - ndge went on to show the animus thU pre vaded the Baltimore Convention of which he was a member, iiud how ov.'r wheluining was the desire of the members of the Couventiou who repre reusented the Southern Stutea to secure the nomination of Mr. Greeley. Iu spite of the past nnd of all political diffeti nets they felt thut Horace Greeley had a good beuevolcut and generous heart, thut he was honest, and thut they could pines themselves with implicit confidence in his hands certain that he would rescus them from the rule of the accursed carpet-baggers of which they huve so loug been the victims. The Judge then most ably ahd cle.irly discussed the evils indicted on the country by the present corrupt administration, and called npon all Democrats and the Liberal Republi- caus to join in a determined effort to drive from power the men who had shown bow uutit they were to possess it. The udge was listened to with much nttenton, aud aff.irded great pleasure to his large and earnest audience. - Cold Weathkb. Yesterday morning btfurd satirise the ground, and especially the surronuding h.lls, was oovered with a heavy hoar-frost, and the air was ex. ceedingly chilly. By the passengers that arrived last night from Hamilton, we learn that when the stage left that place a snow storm was commencing, and the surrounding mountains were completely covered with snow. This would seem to indicnta an early and severs winter, though in this State we have seen the occurrence of quits severe and stormy weather in November, and then clear off nnd. remain fine until after Christinas. To the best of our re collection, the wiuter of It77-8 was of this character. , Alarm Bkll. Pat. Holbmd yesterday received a telegram from Mr. Kirchner, of Hamilton, stating that a bell intended for the use of the Fire Department of Pioche had been shipped per express from Hamiltou. An alarm bell has been and is nmch needed bv the fire com panies, and will bS fouinj extremely use. lul in warning the nu-iubi-ra that their serv pes are ne.ded. 'J hc;st of the bell will be about $150, and wa hope our citi zens w 11 snbM-r be the a iiouut w th readiness, fur it is enough to ask a fire man to perform his arduous and at time dangerous duties, without having to pay for his apparatus, Coal Minks. Mr, M. F. Tarpey, the well known and esteemed Secretary of the Meadow Valley Mining Company, has just returned from a trip to the above mines, which he says are situate in the Wasatch range, about 100 miles due east of Pioche. Mr. Tarpey is very favorably impressed with the proap' cts of procur ing an abundant supply of fuel from the region he visited. . Tbb Nkw Theatbk, Mr, C. B. Lovtl, to whom we referred a few days sines as endeavoring to form a joint stock com pany for the pnrpose of erecting a thea tre, informs us that he has received promises of support from many of our best citizens. Mr. Lovcll will commence canvassing the city to day, wb n all who desire to take shares in the stock will have an opportunity to do so. The un dertaking besides affording mnoh nroded accommodation for theatrical entertain ments, balls, Ac, will no doubt afford a handsome return to the stockholders, j Philadelphia Brewery. The Saloon on Main street ottached to the brewery, has been thoroughly repaired, painted and decorated, end now presents A very handsome ahd inviting Rppenrance. " It will be reopened for the nse of its patrons on Saturday night, when our geu'ul friend Schustrieh will dispense the lager for which he is so famous, and other pota bles of the best quality. . We think a large circle of friends will attend his re ceptjon, . Thb BcLLioNvnxE Railroad. Tester. day Gon. Page received au instalment of the rolling stock, consisting of an engine, truoks, etc, and other machinery. , On the divide we also noticed that the busi. Hess of getting tics and tails in position had commenced. If the supply of rails from the East come to hand when ex pected, we shall soon hear the whistle of the looomotjve among the ljijls of P ioche. Gbadino Max Srawr. We are clad to learn that there is a movement on foot having for its object the grading of Main street. This is work that is greatly needed, both for convenience and appearance. If the street were properly leveled, gutters constructed on each eide, and the centre properly raised, it woufli tend greatly to increase the value of property, as well as give facilities for the constantly increasing traffic. With a good road and sidewalks, Main street would become a handsome thoroughfare. Abbivid. Our old friend Patsey Ma son, of the Lorraine-Mason Troupe, ar rived last evening, by the Hamilton stage. He is looking around for a hall in which his company can give representations. At present there are not any of that character in Pioche. Patsey, however, nothing daunted, says if he cannot do any better, the troupe will give their en tertainments in a tent. - Bullion. We sw thirty-five large bars of bullion piled np in the Bauk of California this morning Va. Chron. A pile of bullion of that size in Wells, Fargo's office at Piocha is seen so fre quently that no one thinks it worthy of remark. ( The Giant Silver Mining Company has filed a certificate of incorporation, to mine in Ely Distrirt, Nevada; capital stoek, $3,000,000, divided into 30,000 shares. Also the North Star Ledge Min iug Company, to operrte in Ely District, Nevada. Cupital stock. $3,000,000. Bill Posting. A bill poster will call at the Rkcord office, whenever his ser vices are required, , oc26 We have not yet passed out of the reach of the unhinging and debasing in fluence of civil war. The whole body politic is poisoned to the centre with its moral miasms. The people themselves have becomo tolerant of corruption, and their servants act upon the fact. This accounts for .the license tbnt renders oaths not worth the blank paper on which they are written.. Laws enacted to pro tect are used as u cover to destroy the public interests. It is popular to steal. Convict a man of the gravest of public orimes, and this commends him to the public confidence. If the resnlt of the recent elections does not prove this, it proves nothing. C.irson Register. The above remarks ore worth the at tention of all thoughtful and honest citi zens. Office-holders and shoddyites, es pecially those that require indorsement from the Pennsylvania Penitentiary, are not expected to think them worthy of notice. But to the honest and patriotic of all parties and classes, there is matter for serious consideration. Of the truth of these observations, there can be no question. That being the case, the in quiry suggests itself: Is such a condition of affairs safe or creditable, and wouhl it not be well to alter it? As a corollary to this interrogatory, it might ba further asked: That as most of lh 'se evils have arisen to gigausio proportions during Grant's Administration, is it wise to give him another opportunity to aggravate this dangerous and disgracefut condition of affairs? ', .. ; , . , j "Goino for Him.'' What a terrible mistake Kendall made win n he got the Eeview down on him! There is no hope for hiiu now when that redoubtable Radical pop-gun following the example of its brother smut, the Carson appeal "goes for him." According to the Beview'8 account it has got both Ken dall's feet stuck in the mud of the swamp lauds, and is goiug for the next ten days to have a little fun in picking bis bones. We wonder whether Kendall knows all this. We are afraid he does not realize the frightful predicament iu which the Review, bag placed him. So ns he is not all likely to see that little periodical, we feel it our duty.. 'to offer him this Warning that the Pio h? Review (tren' ble wretthed man at the awful doom) is "going for him." , ' Haydkn's Ybllowstonk Expedition. Mr. Stevenson's party, that which hnd charge of the Snake River surveys, reached Fort Hall iu safely, October 11. The entire Snake River Boin has been explored, The party reached the Geyser Basiou the last of July; obtained gup plies from Virginia City, via Meadow Valley. They followed the Madison River to its source, tt Rnjall lake; crossed the divide to Madison lake. They found it had uo connection with Madison River. It had an outlet about 100 feet wide, flowing in an opposite direction from the one given on the maps, which tbey followed to its entrance into another lake about "five miles wide, and this S roved to be the real-source of the Snake .iver. They found a Geyser basin near the Bouroes of Snake River, with about 200 springs of all sizes, some of which spouted from 80 to 100 feet in bight. The division under the immediate direc tion of Professor Ilayden reached Boze ninn on the 11th, having completed the season's labors. Cor. Hclleua Herald. The Helena Gazette of the 15th an nounces a mass meeting to be held in Helena on the 15tii, to project measures for the construction of a north and south railroad to c inuect Montana with the Central and Union Pacific roads, AU. 8. Surveying expedition will soon tart to explore the , Nicaragua route and ascertain the practienbiliiy Of con structing an intor-ooeau canil in that region. , Notic9 of Dissolution. THE FIRM OF McMAHON ft CO. IS THIS day dissolved by mutual conaeut. A Gal laghar having withdrawn from the firm the but luesa will ba carried on by O. M. Converse and A. M.'Mtihmi. who will pay all partnership lia bilities and oollect all nntHtaudiug debts. ,. AUBHUY GALLAGHER. ' r ' '! i'1 V A. McMAHON ft OO. BulUonville, Lincoln Oo., Nov , Oct. 12, 187). . , ols-lm - SOLAR SALT CO. , rs NOW PREPARED TO -SUPPLY mills I with pur salt, In quantiea to suit. , B. F. SIDES, Agent, j ', 'H.AtWalfAry!-!, Got. Booth hnd Henrr about to engage in the can vats in Nevada. The Eads. evidently feel shaky in their boots and are calling for help from abroad. What a pity it is that Nevada isnotnearKeutuoky, so that they can repeat the tactics of importing a few thousand repeaters in the style they practised in Indiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania, Speaking at Bulliokvill. This evening J ndge Berry and other prominent gentlemen, will address the citizens of Bullionville. We expect to hear of a big turnout and a good time. Bishop Bros, have just received a large and fine assortment of Perfumery, Toilet and Fancy Articles, snch as Ferina, Pinaud and Wright's Colognes, Lubin's and Phalon's Extracts, Florida Water, Pomades, Hair Oil. Cold Cream. Creme de lis, Laird's Bloom of Youth, Bazin's loom raste. Stcinberser s Glvcenne. Honey and Elder Flower Soap, Lubin's Soaps, etc., etc, etc., which, together with a full stock of Chemicals and Medi cines, they are selling at the lowest mar ket prices. . In all gases, of whatever nature, Dr. D. H. Whepley guarautees a sure cure. Ia cases of venereal diseases, piles of long standing, chronic diseases, etc., a cure is effected without the nse of mer cury. He cures piles in a short space of time. Consultation strictly confidential. Office at Mrs. Pylea's Lodging House Room No. 5, C. B. Lovell is still on hand with his Roofing of every description. He is prepared to make whole Leaky Roofs and Gutters, and is also ready to do Painting in all its branches. Imported Havana Cioabs of the fol lowing brands can be had at Wilson k Salomons'! Fliir de Morales, La Presi dents, Villar de Villar, El Rio Sella, and other brands, Also stationery and news matter. o20 , D. A. Fclks, of Fulks & McAlpin, is our candidate for County Commissioner, and we have reason to believe that his friends will stand iu and niake his elec. tion sure. The purest and freshest drugs and medicines are to be had at Burrage's Drug Store, Main street, directly oppo site Lacour street. o2-lm C, Wikdebhold's Circulating Library, Main street. ; Also, Cigars, tobaooo, sta tionary, etc., eto. . Opposite the foot of Meadow Valley street. Cutting & Co.'s California Canned Fruits, Jellies and Jams are far superior to all other brands. For sale by all first class grocers. Correct Geographical Time at W. Man ning's Jewelry Store, opposite Wells, Fargo A Go. 's. oclO-lm A pleasant hour may be passed at Clancy's Saloon, where all the papers are kept on file for the use of patrons, sell Klanket Overcoat at (Candidates' nneuaffmfnts. OC24 8. ASHIM ft BBO'S. ftinoltetl Herrings at O.J4 8. ASHIM & BRO S. C ranberry Sauce at oc 24 8. ASHIM ft BRO'S1 White Clover Honey at ; oc24 S. ASHIM ft BRO'S. ; SIS Blue Frock Beaver Suits at ' o 24 . S. ASUIM ft BRO'S. 1 ELECTION TICKETS, ITC, ETO. . 1 KF" Orders executed promptly, and at the Lowest Living Rates. PAT. HOLLAND, ; Proprietor. : Tioche, Nev September 17, 1872. The liberal Republican v.,, , 1 a. ...... v. . .. ! Democratic Party i M ILL HOLD A MASS MEETING IN PIOCHE i On the evening previous to the Election. Col. C. w; LIGHTNEB, Presidential Elector; HENRY RIVES, Esq., Alternate Elector,' Col. HARRY I. THORNTON and others will Bpeak on that occasion. oc24-td Harrison & Brother, Main street, Pioche. ! Furniture and Bedding, Chamber Rnlta, Marble-top Sideboards, Bureaus, , Wash Stands, Bedsteads, Cottage Bed ' . steads, a large assortment of r , . Hi: Chairs Lorinies, .251 , . Spring Miitressss, ' , , ' . Hair MatreKRes, Pulu Matresws, Hair and Peather Pil lows, Lounge Frames, Damasks, Hair Cloth, Doors, Sash and BUnila; also a. flne assortment of Upholstery Material. . . cU-tt o LOST! N TCESDAT, OCTOBER 22D, A LARGE BLOOD STONE RIN4. Any person finding It will reosiva the reward of $10 by loavuig the aania at MoClnakey's saloon. uli-tt For Sale. f he Capitol Saloon, MAIN STREET . .BULLIONVILLE. Together with Bar Fixture, and everything ap pertaining. Is offered for sale. Apply to Morris Oohn, Main street, Pioche. se27-tf Notice. ALL PERSONS AU HEREBY CAUTIONED Dot to purchase a ocjein tot, opposite Jaws Cronane stoue store, on Main street, 40i 100. as the same was turn tied bv 1 Harris and R. Nicoonor, and anlt will be eonunenoed for ejectment. ' elia chikluviuh, . Grantee of M. Nioolich. Ptoche, Kevads, June JOj 1873, JeSO-f FOB ASSEMBLY. WJL P. RETALLACK , Announce hiuatlf an INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE ,0" lor the ' . . .. la the WORKTVa MFVU civnm.Ti 1 I. ui Lincoln County. olS-td ' FOR CONSTABLE. LEVI N-B A C O N Announces himself as s candidate For Ooixstlolo , oclT ' - Pioche Township. " " ' te VT COMPRISING ALL OF Sj Eaatern n va.de, South of Elko District, READY for BUSINESS W. N. GRANGER, B. P. SINE, Register. Receiver. JyM-tf w. a. Hunan. FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. JAS. H. GOODRICH Announces himself a candidate for Justice of the Peace BULLIONVILLE TOWNSHIP, FOR CONSTABLE. -r JACK McALEAR Announces himself a candidate for Constable OF BULLIONVILLE TOWNSHIP. o25-td SINE & GRANGER. Belmont, Nev. WILL. PRACTICE IN ALL, TBB Courts of the State. TITLES BEABCHED. ABSTRACTS PRE pared, and Conveyancing done with care. Jy26-tf FIRST AM.1L BILL or thb eocirrr or jaST. VINCENT de PAULA CJ Will be given at J& Mrs. GR AIYIB'S HOTEL On Tuesday Oct. 29th. Invitation Judge M Fuller Col C W Lightner Gen A L Pne I C Marnard Col H I Thornton Barnum W Field Henry Rives Owen McCaffrey Dr D L Deal John Slattern B F Sides Frank Wheeler John P Keller , D Corson J R Duff R 8 Clapp Dr A C Bishop Jas Cronan Col Geo M Saula John Roeder W V Bishop W 8 Travis Miles Quillan P A Cralgne P L Shoaff J C Foster C Poujade F A Buck - . John Oolgan Joseph Ryan Jas Finley R Rosa Committee. M F Tarpey E Hamilton P C Hyman E Sherlock D Tarpey John Croyland John Kane W H Henderson John C Lynch -J R Wilson John R James A J Blair Ph Felsenthal Jas Clancey . D A Fulks Geo T Gorman Jonas Cohn Dr W H Rogers , F Kenyon W C Ulisssn John Craig M McCluskey J B E Oavillier Jesae Beene Judge 11 A Thompaoa John MoFerriah v Judge J g Pitzer O P Sherwood P Holland . James O'Brien P Harrison Louis Solomons BULLIOKVILLB. T McMaaters P Leahigh Jos E Patten Alt Eastland Jos Gardiner B F Marshall A Bison Gould Committee of Arrangements. C H Beckwith D R Roche Edward Donahoe P M O'Connor A B O'Dougherty Reception Committee. Owen Hoey Hector Lagrue Edmund Kane Thomas Conolly i C Clark Floor Manugen, John Nagle Aleo Brown Chan Wiederhold J J Halptn John Ward Tickets..,,.....!,,,.., ,94.00 An excellent band, under the leadership of Mr Fisher, will be in attendance, . o23-td DAILY STAGE, OS AND AFTER OCTOBER 23, 1872, GILMER & S1LISBURY ZLsiasriE CONCORD COACHES -.-.; , BKTWEBK ,. Hamilton ' and Pioche, Carrying Wells, Fargo a Co.'s Express and the (.niieu states Alans. o23-tS JOT. TRAVIS, Superintendent, each. K 1 ROSENTHAL'S GRAND (uKlSTHlS LOTTERY ! ! To take place , . , . ,. Saturday, Dec. 14, 1872, , Under the Direction of ' J. ROSENTHAL. THB DRAWING TO BE UNDER THE 8U perviiiion of a Committee to be selected by the TICKET HOLDERS. ,, $8,000 iaPrSioO Prizes $8,000 IN PRIZES! Tickets, $1 The Prizes consist of Gold Watches, Silver Watches Gold and Silyer Chains, Diamond Rings, j Ladies Jewelry of every , description, ! Silverware, Etc, Etc ! TlcVcts will be cpntended for at the Shooting Gallery, Main street, without charge for the use of tne Gallery. b!7-td B!i MET, gVtV, PIOCHE, - NEXT DOOR TO THE RECORD OFFICE. Jasper Harrold tl NOW READY TO FURNISH THE FINEST meats of all kinds at Low Priiwa. wilt sell at . Wholesale or Retail. '. oelT-tf PEOPLE'S MARKET. O'NIEL & ARMSTRONG. Proprietors. AVE JUST RECEIVED H 1400 Head of Fine Cattle, Now grazing at Shoshone Valley: also a large Large Fat Hogs. Will Bell II, ..... - - .. ...... ... au firnum , , " -.-- i'i i ' b, win au well to call at the PEOPLE'S MARKET, Mead ow Valley street, opposite Travis Bros'. Stable. PRITCHARD'S FAST FREIGHT 1INE -, jM Palisades to Pioche FREIGHT FORWARDED IN ITVl sad FIFTEEN DAYS' TIME, , VIA . ' ' - ; ; . . .. , ; MINERAL. KILL AND EUREKA, No Charges 'or Forwarding. Shinnera nln.o .-..I. n i- - w " 1 , ""' - e,w will f VXjU delivery. . Mark Goods Care "Pritchard'a. F. F. L Palisades." Goods to go through tn FIVE DAYS ahonld be marked "DIAMOND 1." SLOW FREIGHT, DIAMOND 4." WAREHOUBE: Main atreet Valley street. FREIGHTS PA VX TIT IP TV IfYTT, -nnr - wuuv wm, or Ita equivalent, on delivery. P. A. BOMMEN i.Agent at PALISADES GEORGE OOWLES Agent at EUREKA and HAMILTON. G. W. D WIGHT ,. Agent at PIOCTH W. L, PRITCHARD, Proprietor. apll-tf POSTPONED ! The drawing will take place at Virginia, Ne, rada, (he time of which due notice will be given so soon as enough tickets have been sold to pay the State proportion for the Assylum Fund, as well as the Prizes in full, that being tht purpose of the Trustees. All unsold tickets in th. hands of Agents will be called in before (he time est tor drawing. GRIND GIFT 10MERT ! AUTHORIZED BY ' THE STATE OF NEVADA, UNDER AN ACT OF THE LEGISLATURE Aproved March 3, 1871". , 02S5.OOO.OO! IN GOLD COIN IN PRIZES, J Grand; Gold Coin Gifts of $28,000. .. . .$50,000 i Grand Gold Coin Gift of $15,000 30,000 . 3 Grand Gold Coin Gifts of $10,000 20,000 4 Gold; Coin Gifts of $5,000 each 20,000 10 (told Coin Gifts of $2,000 each 20 000 20 Gold Coin Gifts of $1 ,(M0 each 2(1 'oOO 80 Gold Coin Gifts of $500 each,-., So'dOt) 100 Gold Coin Gifts of $200 each 20 000 300 Gold Coin Gifts pf $100 each.. .w..;.. Soiooo 500 Oold Coin Gifts of 150 each 26,000 Water v JTotioe. i Office, of the Floral Bprtnirs Water Company, Pioche, Nevads.-Notice Is hereby given that on and after October $0th, 1872, no Water Tickets Issued by the Pioche Water Com pany will be redeemed or taken for water or otherwise by this Company. ..... WS, M. LUBBUCK, superintendent. . 016-tf Fieche, get. lith, 187,, 1,000 Gifts, smgunting to.... ..'..'.....$2fi5,000 Tickets $? each. To be Obtained at the office of the undersigned, or at the counter of the State Bank of Nevada. - ... H. R.BREAKEY, : i Special Ageut for Liuooln County. OClB-td RE-PURCHASED. H. MICHAELS cr. .... . . .... . . Hal Re-purchased the -- CIG AR' fc TODAOCO i. , . t... , . . . :. i, , . i. ;t ,11 . .Business LATELY SOi.D BY HIM TQ Jonas OoLoti, . ' '! 4M4vj Hm-'t i"t.