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..NOVEMBER H.,18a ARRIVALS AMD DEPAHTTJBES ARRIVALS JT anJn 4 SALISBUBT'a HAMILTOW HITS. itoa Ttxrr M O Niion P McCannon f!fi . . ""i ooHEB iALMpCBY'l SAIf LABB UM. .Omen C Walter Dan Freiaan 4 James Duj DEPARTURES. OnJttH 1 liLBflUH'l HAMn.TOM LIKE. cti iur H Bien-aer a oukiup ( OlUin BALISBCBY'a SALT LAVE L4. ff J Kirby P" Fisher W m Cotton BILLION SHIPMENT, ta Wells. Fargo Co.' Eipress Company, ,wh JO 3S,5W40 OrtuOer - Xtlelllbel 'i ToUlfortlM wk 7, (MS) 4 .fU.819.4il .,,.$117,457 ,M SAX FRANCISCO STOCK REPOI bak FBANcnco, Mot. 2. SlOTellowJicket,,,,., 8B5 Bsli ber M) ftinniksaea asu ltowb Point UHletN"rtrHM.t, fwi Iniierial . Dvcrnimn fliM Catcdcmia ,,,, Oi Sierra Ievua foil Urn. Virginia..,,.. Iito I'liolliir raoai,,,. tWbaraiai IiH (Jphir ,,. aiofcwvka Coo t FIOCIIB jiifl Amitlor Tunnel..,, yiiresviue , juMnirrican Flag.,,,, ... Piurue sx I'' & I'unaca .... IS' Buwery jjjlUymouil A Ely... ailiigumar 33.1 Newark ,,,, au Hermes , ... . Meadow Valley.,,. lOUAlpa ,, ,,, T 1 1 Hulin A Hunt 515 t'liupinan 7uo lvauliua , Jill (li tut the Pill ... 41 Marion...,,,..,... ,. 115 11914 116 118 J4Wq .. Hi 11.14 llSbaO .. VltulOSS B)4 .. muni uilrta ' .. ha tie ., li V n u'i naa .. 70 77 74 7bJ0 .. 394H aAfcbau it .. 1 W44 . . M S4 Hub:) 83 .. 7 68 UK 8Sl$ . , UK) lot luybau ,, tiu 61 Huso M .. lilJ.tao il' '4 ' srixa. ,,8 .. 14 1460 14',li.1Q ... ltibid lliVtaakei) ..... )4l 147KJO U3 143 ..IS .- ,..27 2. HMO 26 ,, 6b30 S'i ,. 6 6', ..1-4 .. 2 .. 7 ... .... BUYS B, F. SIPES ANP SELLS STOCKS COMMISSION. Monet- Loaned oil Stocks. Bishop linos, have iust received a lurca and fine assortment of Perfumery, Toilet una fancy Articles, sucn as tenua, Pinaud and Wright's Colognes, Lnbin's I Hid Fbnlon'g Extracts, Florid Water, hi 1 ir..: . i . , 1 . ruumu, iiiiir vii, 0114 vrenin, urenie .In lia, Laird's lilooui of Youth, Bazin's 100111 frame, pwinuerKer b vjivcenne, Ui. oi. l I'M.... I'l. ........ I l.;..i.. Soups, etc., etc., etc., which, together with a full stock of Chemicals and Medi cines, 1 uey art) Bcliiu; at tlio lowest mar ket prices, In til cases, of whatever nature, Dr, D. tl, Whepley guarantees a sure enre, n cases of vei ereal diseases, piles pf J jdr standing, chronio diseases, etc., a cure in effectud without the us of nier. cjlj. He oures piles in a short space of tune, Consultation strictly cuufiitential. Office at Mrs. l'yles's Lodging House llooin No. 5. Mbs, OiBPNun has fitteil up the new bouse pf Ham Light's on Main street, uearly opposite the Rkcord office, and uVlmed it as a lml"inr Vwinuu Tl.t. rooms are not surpassed by any in I'ioeha. The tuse are first class. Terms reason able. 0iy At Burrage's PruR Store, Main stretd, iWrRrtlv nin;in T a i.. iL .. largest and best assortment of pure drugs and patent medicines; also perfumery, anoy goods, paints, oils, turpentine, wmp chiumies, etc o2-lrn Impoktkp Havana Cigars of thn fnl. lowing brands can be had at Wilson & Salomons': Flor de Morales, La Presi dents, Villar de Villar, El K'0 Slla, M other brands. Also slatiouery and news matter. 020 Cibcclatino LlBiiABr.-,Folk i' Levin on Main street have just received the latest and best publications at their ex Misije circulating library, and they offer "to the public at iij oeuts per volume, tall and See them, C B. lovell id still nn V 11 iil will, Eolipg of every degcription. He i prepared to make whole Leaky Hoofs JM butters, and is also ready to do wntiiii. m all its branihea. D. A. Folks, 0f Folks A McAlnin. is r candidate for Couuty Commissioner, Jri e have reason to believe that hig i(U will sUud in am make his eleo. uon 8ure t'PTTiNo Xr r.n r..i:r i 1 ruits Jellies and Jams re fur superior W other brands. For gale by all first- C. WlKllKnnnT no ri..1i! T ... , wmohiuiiu(4 iiuirary, looto, AU kinda of lamps, Jessep'g uteel, Sfe! J- J. Halpjn & B. east side Main street. oW . Correct Gepgraphical Time at W. Man frgo84 Cot'af Hi0te' . , wviviu "ILL PoeTTNn A V.111 mi . 1. at n m yvaixf win pan re required. oc26 A Dleannnt ! - Clann u ' Pa88ed f'ou nig for the use pf patrons; gell nket Oerco.U.4 0. ABHIM ft BKO'8. S!'d lUrrinn Whiter..' ' B. AflsjmfcBao-B. oe5'U Clover Boa.r at Ck' ' ' "WMfcBBO'S. benTBamceat lgm- 8. A8HIM k BRO'8' Bin, Prock B,Tur Salt, at A8UJJ(tBjBOU LOfAL MINING BETH VeH ndlng Not, , 181. The week jnt ended is the more in teresting as it included the close of the month of October. The Bnl lion gnipmentg for that . month amounted to f 434,557.07, which, consid ering the limited meang of reduction afforded by the mills is a splundid proof 01 me proluctiv(ness of the Pioche niiueg, The month of November will anow a considerable increase on thig amount, as the Meadow Valley doea not finish its monthly run until the fourth. It must also be recollected that the game Company did' not commence crushing nntil the lath of 0-tober. Now the Dry Valley mill is working up to its full ca. pacity, and the effects of its work will leave a very sensible effect on shipments. The developments can only leave one impression, and that is that the more the mines of Pioche are explored and tested the more convincing proof do they afford of their great value end assured permaneuce. The bullion shipment for the week; smaller than nsiml 87,458,29, Silvkb Pkak. This mine is located about 2 miles south pf P.oche and shout lOOVards from thn Uulliouville railroad in a westerly din-tii ion. An incline has been gunk on thig ledge, which runs S, E., and N. W., to a depth of VM feet, showing a well developed vein averaging 5 feet iu width. At the yO-foot level two drifts have been run, the north drift being in 30 feet, and the south 75 feet. At this depth sloping hng been com menced, but the body of ore is so lure, being from 6 to fett iu width, that it has been found impossible to hoist the ore at a sufficiently rapid rate to keep the mine clear. Machinery is ureatly needed to do this work. Iu the 12tMoJt level the lede fIiows as large and is of the same grade of ore as the above, On this level a vejn has been run north 16 feet in length for the purpose of pros-r peeling and looks very satisfactory. Mr. W. K. Miller, the foreman, U con ducting the development of this iine in a thorough and workicnulike fashion. The lack of hoisting workg and scarcity of teamg to haul the rock to ths Condor mill serve to keep the mine from making the progress it othi rwise would, but wa underst ind that in a short tjme this w)U ho remedied. 'omdor Mill. Is situated 3 miles from Uulliouville, between that place und Dry Vujiey. It is a romantic and pleas aut spot for this laud of sa-eUrush, as there is plenty of running water and shudy treei surrounded by an amphi theatre of lofty rocks. The mill is built on quite a novel plan, (litre) being no at iun pa used, only the patent crushing machines. The ore U redivtd iu the upper portion of the mili and passes thrpagh be Urody crusher, from thence through the rollers and is nmidgaoiated iu s.ix Hebron liollir pans. The arrange, meut is very ingenious ami labor saving and get ms to be very sncci ggfnl. The machinery is driven by a powerful eugipe the cyliuder of which is 14x30. Steam is supplied by a very large boiler 54 inches in diameter containing ti2 three inch tubes. Complete arrangements Lave been perfected to guard against tire, a donkey engine rapnble of throwing 7100 gallons in nn honr with 150 feet ot 2-im h hose being kept in coustant read iness for use. Mr, S. M. McCurdy is Superintendent of the mill nnd his efforts to keep matters in good ehupe are well seconded by those who are working under his charge. Messis Colyer and McWilliams are the amaljjaiuators. A' nssay otllce is attach, d to the mill which is well urrBjed nnd js umV-r the charge of Mr. James UuahariHU. A boarding house is being erected but, is not quite finished, owing to the great difficulty in obtaining lumber. We forgot to sav that the mill was erected by Mr. W. J. 'Drew and reflects much credit upon the me chanical ubilitjes pf that gentleman. Iu conclusion Messrs, MeCunly, McWjl inms and Mr. and Mrs. Buchanan will receive our sincere thanks for the cour tesies witn which they favored us during our visit. Ext f.lsior. This mine still keeps up its reputation of being one of the yery b-Ht anil most profitable in this district. Last Friday some of the finest ore that has ever been taken out pr-at ntcd ilsolf, and in no inconsiderable quantity. The ledge in many places is four feet wide. Iu the winze, which is now 80 feet below the 200 feet level, gome extremely fine ore has been discovered. The new work-, ing shaft is down 100 feet. It is not ex pected to strike the l-dge at a less depth than ;tW).foot. The rive stamp mill at BnllionvillH i working steadily on oro from this mine, and js making excellent returns Last week, bullion to the amount of $5,000 was shipped, and Rn othi r shipment will be made on the 5th inst. The bullion is very tine, marking 935. Floral Mill. During th past week considerable progr. hb has b en made in this undertaking. The frame of the building is being raised, and will be rapidly pressed to completion, for the purpose o! securing cover to carry on the erection of the int rior works All the stone foundations and walls, with the grading, have been completed. The ma chinery will probably arrive to-day, as on Saturday it was only 15 miles from Pioche. The work will be pushed to completion wilh unremitting vigor, ami is anxiously looked for by the mining in terests, for its services are much needed for custom work, of which there is an immense quantity always to be hud. Piochb Phknii, During the past week t work pn the new shaft waa sus pended for two days, as it was necessary to cover the shaft with timbers to raise the Rallows fratie. On Thursday work wag resumed on the shaft, which is now down 130 feet with gome improvement in the rock, it being much softer than heretofore. A portion of the hoisting machinery hag thrived and the regt Is ex pected daily. In the old works there are no new developments. The work is pro gressing and things generally are looking very favorable. Sonbbam The new hoisting machin ery works . most satisfactorily and commenced raising ore last Saturday evening. There are no JOO tons on the d"mP,f first .class ore. . The working ahaft hag attained a depth of 200 feet. A drift hag opened from the ghaft to the ledge a digtauoe of 80 feet, from thence a winse was gurk on the ledge to a depth 50 feet. In 4V,; 11.. v iua irut,n BUUH8 atreinelv well It u thfl arihTA Ril - j i . -icci ueeper, man SJOK 00 the main shaft to a corresponding depth and connect the two. Caroline, This is an old location, having been taken nn in 1S6H h Mr. John Atchiuson,. The indications "being cA.ieiueij goua on me surface, consider, able work was done, showing a 4 foot ledge, froru which assays have beep, taken that have given an average of $120 per t..u. Am; prospect oeing gooa it was desired to incorporate, and Capt. Hardy, c.-en iu mining ana me supennteu dent llf gnniA nf nnr ,.vr,m;n..r. H,lnfl. - " . Piuuiiur4i, IIJIUDB, was solicited to lend hi assistance, U n men ue consented and formed an in corporated company jn San Francisco, With a Paid DTI workituT cniitl nf . 000. After completing these necessary preliminaries. Capt. Hardy has gone tq work in right good earnest and hag let g contract to sink a shaft 100 feet. The mine is situate iu Pauaca Flat, about doo feet b. J. from the Lightner shaft. From its nosit inn And thn nmanef.ti al ready obtained there is every reason tQ believe that it will he a most successful enterprise. Meadow Vallkt. The yield of bullion from this niiue for October will be fully $115,000. It is confidently expected mat nie prouuci 01 tne present mouth will fully reach, if it does not exceed $150,000. The production of ore for the past month was nearly 1,200 tons, notwithstanding the drawbneks iu alter ing mimhtnerr Aaii vni-lr atn A ll p, ....... . , ....... . . ...... ... . . complement of men is now steadily em ployed in No's. 3 and 7, and the pro duet of ere for this month will not fall short of 1,800 tons. The condition of the mine justifies the uioRt sanguiue ex- jeemimns 01 me continued payment of livideiids iu the future. In ghaft No. I the woi'liinirs are hemrr most vi'mrr.nalu prosecuted, and the result tvist nd prospective are mast eucouraniug. Ip No. 7 work has been resumed in the west erly drift on Hip itli louul mill i ,.,,. days sinking will be commenced on the Aupuue wuicu is now u leet in iteptu. E.IVMOND AXTl Ft V Tlio e1ii'r,inin4a . bullion from this mine for the month of ueiooer reach the immense sum of .ili,. 000. This will be most gratifying news to the shareholders of tins magnificent mining property, and also to the citizens of Pioche. the ni'-tmnerilv nf u h,?, Hn pends so entirely upon the continued productiveness of the mines. The con dition of the miim iu itulf 11,1,0, J from our last report, and the product of ore uuu ouiiion eout-inuo at thn s.uue rate as heretofore. MAZKPPA. Thn ulmf la nnw On fon !- , vt ry 111 depth nud has cut several streuks of fine ore. The led broken and not very well defined, but .lum me niereasing numuer 01 giratik of rich Ore thill nro frar,iiut,4U. Av,,L. ;a is believed that the vein will short lv be opened where, it is settled nnd well de fined. AsR.lV3 h 1VA havn itiu.lu 41, streaks referred to which give results as high as $;t0 per ton. The machinerv for the hoisttll!' wnrlta nnu hntrt ri.,Liec!l and will hhortly be on the way hither. IVANHOB. The new hoisting worki for this mine are expected to arrive iu a few davs. The workinu abaft, is Hnwn 220 feet. ThS ledce ut the bottom is two feet wide showing a high grade pf soft decomposed otp, The old shaft is 320 feet deep, and the ledge in that por tion of the mine is ftlllv tliren fret, in width. From all that we can learn we think the Ivanhoe wjll soou take posi tion among our prominent mines. Marion. Tbp drift nn thn lino nt tlm ledge is now 100 feet in length. The ledge shows all the way and has im proved from the Btart. In the face of the drift it now looks very well, revealing a good strung ledge, from which assays have been mailn irivinir tar., a fir,,,n. The prospects of this mine must now be consulered as quite encouragiug. ChikK East F.TTEvsimw r)non,'nn. on this mine are proceeding quite viger- uo.jr. xiirrti sinus 01 men are em ployed under the careful MiperviHion of Mr. Hardy, the Superintendent, and Mr. 11. Wright, the Foreman. The winze beina suuk in the OO-font 1vl iu An ,. in depth. The ledge is about the same in appearance as when last reported on, and in all respects shows well, with clearly defined walls. Paqk and Panaoa. In the 3fi0-foot level, which is iu 1H3 feet, the fae lirm. sulphurets of iron and the indications are considered good for speedily cutting a vein of ore. The shaft has reached a (lentil of 403 feet. Tli Un bottom is from 2 to 3 f.-et in 'width aud carries some ore from which fair ussavs have been bad. Alps. The shrift, in nnvr l fcof At this noint a kfjilinn linn lui, and a drift will be oomineneed on Mon thly. It is expected to reach the ldge in about 30 days. The work of explor ing this mine is point? nlmm v.,v at...i: ly unib r the careful superintendence of Mr ll,vt, Tl,. 1.: ..... 11 i, '4r,iiu JiiiidHllBrjr works extrt mely well ami smoothly. Piochic. During the past week, gink ini? has been nriimiiAnepd nn thn 1,1.. below the fifth level. In other r.nari the mine presents the same appearance an ueni;iuieu moiir lasr reporr. Lire is being shipped Uthe Magnet mills.which are steadily engaged iu reducing it. Mr. Nelson, the Superintendent, is ex erting himself greatly in developing the mine with a due reemrd in ppnii.imv an4 future working. Hchn AND Hunt. -Mr. T. T?.. Tliitler Assayer, got re.idy for shipmeut seven burs beloLgingto this company, valued at n,it.i. ,uis speaks well for the mine. The bullion IS verv ftnn ranniiin close to 1,000. Where is laymond, the expert? There ars some mines in Pioche, after all, that are not experiment, wild cat or black-muil. AM A DOB TdNNRL. Th f ie in nnw 3?n feet frora the paonth. As we stated in our last a station hag been formed in the winze flhnilt MR 4eet frnm Iku l.,ul .,4 el,. tunnel, ant a drift ope;ied along the line vn trie iciige. 41 is iij gome utile distance, and a very fine body of ore was struok last Friduv. Wo. tliinlr a,w 1a., that the Amador will take its place as a 1,,, 1 N ,,.i .,- .1,,; : . Bo WERT. Mr. Ttlair. tho S11 rPin n for . dent, is manHcing matters with the Hume f-OT'A-iT,1ll ottont.,,., 4i,.a t i -1 A lHtic. The ehrtft in down 2:n fpi't. nnd still sinking. The new machinery works to a charm, 1 he general appearance of the mine is encouraging. Red Cloud. Work on this mine, whioh is the next claim west from the Mazeppa, wjll be resumed next week. A building has been put np. covering the incline, and other preparations made to carry on operations 'with system and economy Dayton j algo ,h g penntendent of this ijaim, Jollt Tbavelleb, fitjll sinking the shaft. It is thought from the appear anc of the country rock that the ledge is close at hand. PiocHie Cbampiok. D. AVatlett, the Superintendent of this mine, isstUl hav ing the work of sinking the shaft pushed forward vigorously; no new develop ments of importance. As Important Siatkmest We call the attention of the publio to an adver tisenieitf which appears in our columns, in which every mine owner in this region is directly interested,' The following ex planation of the mutter has been afforded us by a prominent and reliable citizen; The present Recorder of the Meadow Galley District, who is qur old fellow towusmau, John H. Ely, during his ab sence from the district, appointed Wm, H. Raymond as his deputy, who in turn placed the Records of the Meadow Valley Mining District in the hinds of Joseph I, . Patten, now a candidate of the Re publican party for the Assembly. Early in iub present year Mr. Albert Barber was appointed 11s Drtmtv iWnnler v, Mr. J. H. Ely, who demanded and ob tained from Mr. Patten the records re. lerreil to. About the 1st of May last, Patten requested of Mr. Barber tha keys of his safe, for the purpose of obtaining JH1..110 iniporH 01 ma, (rations,; ami under this privilege he (Patten) abstract ed the records ot the district. Ho h ia since then and now holds the records, and not only refuses to deliver them tq Mr. Burlier, the proper custodian, but iniiio owners nr ueprivea 01 the privi lege of obtaining copies of the records of their mines. Wheu the demand which is made in another column, uuder the head of new advertlfl, m.nta wa ma.?. upon Mr. Patten personally', he replied iu tiu lunuiiiiig uq aouMive manner, mat hpivnii'd ii.if l.liir.w t,..m xr... " ' l ..y ,Mm Mil, XIVUVV tjie publication of the aforegaid demand. October, The past month hag been a prosperous one for Pioche. the evi dences of which pleasant condition is to be seen on every side. New buildincs. some of them quite elegant and aubgtan tial have ris.-n as Jf by magio, aud soon as finished are tenunted for either busi ness purposes or hs dwelling houses. Our communication with the railroad has also bewn innmsfipd tn a l.,il,. i;n. the business houses are fully occupied with the demands of their customers, while saloons, lodging houses, restin rants and retailers in all lines are doing a thriving trade. The influx of strnngors and new comers is increasing, aud it is Sllid Will after trip ptp,ein 4 with considerable additions. The con. Btrucliou of the Bulhonvilie Railroad is Proceeding with CTrent r ini.lito or, tV,. hills encircling the town will soon be u"'' i u.y uia locomotive, Altogetha Cr We Can B.LfelV nontrriLtidntMnnt. nitiaana on the present satisfactory condition j uuu luiijie prospects 01 rjoche. !iiALLENOB Accepted, James (Sulli van writes, under data of Belmont, Oct. 28, that he will fight Arthur nennig (who, through the Virginia Enterprise, offers to fight any 142-.lh mnu in the State,) for from $500 to $1,000, providud Dennis will come to Belmont for that purpose. Sullivan weighs 136 lbs, aud agrees to put up $1(10 forfeit, if his terras are ac cepted. Address James Sullivan, Bui uiont, Nye connty. To Taxpaikrs. Treasurer Phillips has been for some time advertising the fact that State and county taxes for the year 1872 are now due anil payable, and that the laws in regard to, their collection will be strictly enforced. The time for settlement with the Collector is drawing to a close, and we would suggest to all that th'y make settlement at the earliest practicable moment. By sq doing they will suye costs und trouble. FiRB.-r Yesterday abquj noon the re alarm bell give forth its ominous warn ing. The boys were quickly out with their apparatus, but found no occasion for their services. The alarm was caused by a spark falling from a pipe or lighted match among the bedding iu the lodging houso beneath the Barnuin ltestaurant, on Meadow Valley street. Peiwonal. Mr. M. Tarpey, of San Francisco, brother of the well known and respected Secretary of the Meadow Val ley arrived iu town last evening. He will make a short stay ju Pioche on some holiness matters, We hope he will enjqy his visit and receive a favqr ablt) impression of our lively town aud valuable mines. Closiho Saloons, The attention of the proprietors of saloons is called to an advertisement in which the provisions of the law are published prolpbitiug the sale or giving away of intoxicating liquors on tha day of election Fell, Yesterday a man named Wil son fell in a fit on Maiu street, near the State Bank. He wag cared for by the bj staiuh ra aud goon recovered guflicient ly to walk to his room. We believe Mr. Wilson is a regidenf of Bullionville. Laohub's Restaurant has changed hands, and will be re-opened on Tuesday mornimi as a first class restaurant. It is now closed for renovation and repairs. J J. HA.LPIN & CO. nOCHK.. ,.1,KVACA, Importers and Dealprs lp HARDWARE, kllll and Mining Qooda, Iron and steel, Casi Pipe ftteain and Am Fitting, House Furnishing Qooda, fttovtis. Tin and Copper Wam. Cutting and Fitting Caa Pipe Done on Short Notice. JI(9iOP'S CELEBRATED STEEL, Toy, Blcford k Co.'g Fuse. Ag'-ntB for the G-leuat Fowdox. CAUTOBNU POWDER COMPANY av-iotf r; Canai&itfS' gkttnounrfmratjs. FOR ASSEMBLY. WM. P. RETALI.ACK Announce hlmnelf an INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE for the ASSEMBLY. Is the WORKING MEN'S CANDIDATE of Lincoln County. ol5-td FOR CONSTABLE. LEVIN BACON Annouocea himself as s candidate Pop Constatolo, Pioche Township. te FOR JUSTICE OP THE PEACE. JA8. H. GOODRICH Announce himself a candiSate for Justice of the Peace BULLtONYiLLE TOWNSHIP. FOR CONST ARLE, JACK McALEAR Annoimce himaell a candidate f of Constable OF BULLION VILLE TOYN8HIP. 025-td Salt Lake House, MAIN STREET1. SALT LAKE CITY . . , JTAH LAWRENCE & MANN, Proprietors. y Accommodations for 300 guesta." pf Water Notioo. Offlre of t!. Floral gpriagi Water Company, Pioche, Nevada. Notice la hereby Biven that on and after October 20th. 1H72, no Water Ticket issued by the Pioche Water Com. pany will be redeemed or taken for water or otherwise by this Company. WM. M. Lt'BBTJCK, . Superintendent. Tioche, Oct. 15th. 1873. . olWf PIONEER MERCHANTS, 8S8S88SRS B , " bSSSSSSSS BEAVER SUITS. (BROWN, BLACK AND BLUE.) AAA A AAA A A A.asaaBBa AAA A AAV CORDUROY SUITS. 8 S 8SSSSSS FRENCH CASSIMERE SUITS. HATS HHHHHHH " H If IT II H II-""" H HHHHHHU AND mm 1 i-'i mm CAPS. BOOTS AND SHOES. MMMMMMM IVf aaaga aaaafja ltf sMs SaaiBBajM MM.MMMMif BLANKETS & RUB BER GOODS. 1 Aajjjjv Gents Underwear. BBOBBliB B B H If ra B B JDp B BBBBBBB LADIES' SHOES. BRRBRRR R R bHsbV n bbbii R LR KKRKRRH TRUNKS St VALISES. 000 000 0 I1U.0 000 0000 GLASSWARE. CXt4ES. ToljaQco, Tinware, Etc., Etc.; 113 tc. Oj PIOCDE, NEXT DOOB TO THE RECORD OFFICE, Jasper Harrold tS NOW READY TO FVBNIRH THE FINEST meau of all kinds at Low Prang. Witt Bell Bt Wholesale or Retail. oc!7-tf PEOPLE'S MARKET ON I EL & ARMSTRONG, JTopnetora. JJAVE UJT RECEIVED 144)0 Head of Fiae CatUe, numberrfing Bkortlon vXi bIbo b larg Large Fat Hogs. Will sell at wholesale or retail. All persons wishing ana meata and at law prieea, will do well to call at the PEOPLE S MARKET, Mead ew Valley atreet. opposite Travis Bros', stable. PRITCHARD'S FAST FREIGHT LINE I;. iM - Palisades to Pioche F IREIOHT FORWARDED IN FIFE and TU 1IINERAL BlU, AND EUREKA, No Charges 'or Forwarding, Mark Oootla Cars "Pritchard'g F. F. L PalisarJes." QoodB to go throneh in FIVE DATS .hni,i be marked "DIAMOND 1." 8LOW FREIGHT. DIAMOND 4." Special Rates on Light Bulky Freight. V.Uey ret. ",a', FRKTI4HTH HIVlftTV tvt nnTT. .. - , 1111x41 voia. or it equivalent, on delivery. P. A. BOMMEN Agent at PALISADES GEORGE COWLES Agent at EUREKA and HAMILTON. O. W. D WIGHT Agent at PIOCHE. w. h. FMTCHARD, Proprietor. apll-tf POSTPONED I The drawing will Uke place at Virginia, Ne. vada, the time of which due notice will be given' ao anon a enough tickets have been Bold to pay the State proportion for the Assylnm Fund, aa well as the Prizes III full, that being the purpose of the Trustees. All unsold tickets in the hands of Agenta will be called in before the time set for drawing. GRIND CIFT tOMMT ! AUTHORIZED BY ......THE...... STATE OF NEVADA, UNDER AN ACT OF THE LEGISLATURE Aproved March 3, 1H71. $265,000.00! IN GOLD COIN IN PRIZES, 2 Grand Gold Coin Gifts of t25,0OO $50,000 3 Grand Gold Coin Gifts of 15.0O0 ai.OOO 3 Grand Gold Coin Gifts of $10.0U0 20 000 4 Gold Coin Gifts of $s,000 each . 20 000 10 Gold Coin Gifts of fJ.iHH) each allow 20 Gold Coin Gifta of $l,nu0 each 20,000 B0 Gold Coin Gifts of 5tH each 30,000 100 Gold Coin Gifta of fn0 each 20 000 am Gold Coin Gifta of $100 each 90,000 800 Gold Coin Gifts of 150 each 28,000 1,000 Gifts, amounting to $265,000; Tickets $5 each. To be obtained at the office nf the undersigned, or at the counter of the State Bank of Nevada. H.'R, BREAKEY, Special Agent for Lincoln County. oclMd RE-PURCHASED. II. JIICUAELS Haa Re-purchased the CIGAR k TOBACCO Business LATELY SOa-D BY HIM TO Jonas Oohn. ol5-td GRAMBS' HOTEL, Main itreet, opposite Lacour, Pioche, Nevada. Mrs, Grambi - - - , Proprieties HAVING REPAPERED, REFTR VI8HFT1 .A H4TV-.i..?t.tT; .tu4iai ill i. Arf.jr, popular establishment thronghont, ""fl it ia now opened for the acoomoda- J!!!! Moo of the public. I'M1 i : Double and Sirnrla Room. - 4"ttr,0C0mmOdlllOn' ,OT t"? SAN JOSE HOUSE7" Mala gtreet., Piawke. JR. sfX 'v..'w- HOTIV tLANJ) "" 7rtT'r. I COLD BATHS. ocl84f E W. PFLE ) -'