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.ATIUDAY. OCTOBER IX I3. The ftasitiess Office of the Pkxhx , 1 mli BsroBD will be hereafter in the office of H. 11. Breakey, at Michael's i Mir.nr (tore, Main street, opposite Mnulo Vslley. ! THKINUIl.N ttlEHTHI.V Krom the first settlements by Euro peans ou the western shores of the Allan tie it hs btea thp practics of the white mnn to ilrire the IotlisD to the Went. But with the settlement of Californis by Lite p'u.e there was no West to aLicli ').., th poor Indinn," conlJ Vie driven. Heuce the necessity of the adoption of how other policy in ditKeing of the ludiau question. The ludiuns of Arizo na, it seems, are dispose d to rever-e the M order of thiols and go E.ist instend I West. We le;ru from the Suu Dieo I 'nion of the arrival of ,T. I). Walker, iu that town from Arizona, with a delega tion of I'ima and Maricopa Indian chief" on the way tu the Indian Territory, vrhere tbey go to look nt theconntry with a view to the possible removal of the tribes thither. The Cuion further says: The delegation consists of Autonio Azul, the rhicf ct the l'ituas; 4uan Chi vari, ehitf of the Maricopas: Juan !Iaii ual, and Swan M Kule, Pima suli cbiefs, and Ache Vopokana. who acts. u b lielieve, as an interpreter. The party will leave for S.in Francisco by the next xteaiutr. and thence proened by r.iilron I In the East. I u their return, if they shall make ft fovorable report as to the appearance of the Indian Territory anil its advantages as the future home of the Indians, tho qnestion ot removal will be submitted to the tribes, and if accepted by a majority of them the removal will take place. ' Mr. J. H. Ktont, the agent for the I'itn&s and Maricopas, arrived iu San Diego pome dayB ago, and left for the East by the lust fi'o.inier, preceding the delegation. Mr. Stout informed- us that the Pimas and Msricopas together number some 4,-Vi,l, of whom, perhaps, 1,51)0 are at present living beyond the Keservation limits. He has established two schools among them, and the child ren teem to make about as rapid improve ment as most children under similar cir cumstances. ext to the rapugos. the Pima and Maricopa ludians are the best iu Arizona. They arc tract-ible and gen erally peaceable, and are now, and have been, self-supporting. THK AX IM1S. Although the election in Califuiuia has passed and the contest ut an end, it may not be wholly without interest to ratherto the animus of th-? I'eniocr.e y during the late campaign. A sharp an 1 spirited circular issued by the State (Vntral Com mittee of that party shows the motivis by which the unterrified were governed, and how well it succeeded can bo com prehended upon a glance at the returns troiu California. We copy from the com mittee's address. The election ui ifou. Sim. Hell JU Kee will entitle us to the next I uited states Senator: for if uch a result re wards us on Wednesday next, we shall claim that the voice of the people shows the State to be lemoeratir, an1 it would lie a gross injustice and a foul wrung tint to elect a llemocratic Senator, i ven our OfjpuueUU will concede this. Again, it will give our party prestige and influence, and we will most likely elect three out of four Congressmen next year. The above inducements ought to he sufficiently in spiring to cause you to give one or two days' time to advance the claims of Judge McKee. Our time-honored party expects every man to do his duty. In these days of political demoralization and Republi can misrule let u, asiu the days of yore, lift high the banner of honest Democ racy, by which, and throngh which alone, the countrv can be saved. PIV14L 1, THK PIOCHB TULT ESOOBD. - Eastern Dispatcher. Ilarl TtaiMM Fall River Ttae Uraitff enr tKr MlMlaslppI Valley. ItoToK, Oct. K.. The Manufacturers Poard of Trade of Fall ItiTer have voted to recoiniiietid the suspension of all the mills two (lav a iu i aeh week, aud to ruu ou'y eight hunrs a d.iy during the other four days, for the priseot. Ktcokrs, lorn. Oct. 10. Pursuant to call issued by the Executive Committee of the Iowa State Grange of the Patrons of Hubandry, the Executive Committee of the Mate Oranges of the Mississippi Valley met in convention here to-day. A. -I. Stew:itt, of Missouri, was chosen President, and Thomas Smith, of Min nesota, Sccntary. Delegates are pres- tit from Minne.to, Iowa, Michigan, In diana, Illinois, Kansas, Missouri, Missis sippi und Wisconsiu. The Important subjects to be considered are cheap trans portation and the improvement of the Mississippi river. After the organization end appointment of the committees the convention sdionrned till to-morrow moruing. Tlie fever In Alalamaloiaa Elec 'lion Returns The Fever in MtreveMrt And in Texas The Arutv of the Tennessee Oh la Klertlun Return.. MovruoMEur, Ala., Oct. It!. Two deaths from yellow fever the past 24 hours. Hoard of Health pronounce the distsse epidemic, but in a mild form. Dks Morsits, Iowa, Oct. lfi. Dis patches received by the State Register to midnight, from two-thirds the vote of the State, indicate Carponter s majority to be not less than 'il.oiNI, a loss of over 1:1,000 from Lis vote iu 1871. SmEroB, Oct. '''.Six yellow fever deaths to-day. Xkw Obleaxs, Otf. 16. Dispatches from Calvert, Texas, says the fever is worse there than at Shreveport, and seven per cent, of the population have died. Memphis, I let. IU. Yellow fever deaths to-day, li'S: other causes, 11. Toi.tno, O , Oct. 16. At a meeting of the Army of the Tennessee Society to-duy, General Sherman was re-elecUd President for the ensuing year; Gen. John A I.og. in, Vice President; Col. L. S. Dayton, Recording Secretary; Gen. A. H. Hickenlooper, Corresponding Seo rvtary; Gen. M. L. Force, Treasurer. A series of resolutions expressive of sorrow for the decease of certain comrades dur ing the year were unanimously adopted. Coi.cmbcs o., Oct. 10. The rtault for Governor was still in donbt at 12 p. ui. The lit publicans are more confi- i ... .... titi: iTr'MSi. krks. The Sentinel, of Thursday Tery convincing, they will probably not au important uiior.il discover . n succeed. " i Canyon. The discov. rer. are J. B. will bo atntmred n.lt Moi-d-y. Kis couusel'miil move for a u. trial, but as the evidence, though circumstantial, is Hi5tUnnf0iiS. Selling (t. Saloons. meutiuns it Beer, t The trial of Malhenev, for tba mitr.W j borue. E. J. Elzy aud Oeo . Arsraner, I give the prostcntioti lime to c-i :n"n evidence. .bom has located !, f.t. I Sentinel, r.f Wednesday, contains . ofGmnat Eureka, will ooinn'U'- lo- nu-h f day. The Graud Jutv failed to iu i-t ' The Finney. Lis accomplice, and have ad- j thee-: iourned nntil the tM inat., in mVr M I A mau hy uaiue .i Wat. Dabuey bad 1 ! i . , - .i.A ll.ui! mine, anil otin wiaauia; iu iu - haviuc be,n lkeii suddenly ill day be- t-f..r elr,tv was lirouubt to town an.l F.iploiis MJr Paallae C nlmit fnrm'h.d with rooms at the Iuternation Baree nieodr Flirht n Klilp. I al Hotel. His frieuds and relatives au b..rd. ticipat.d nothing tenons in his case, nn- S Fbascihiw. Oct. I7.-MjorPau. til yesterday muruiug. when symptom. ,ineC,,h.an,as.out o, the Cnn-b-,- Lr'S'S land, a short time ago aecfj'tid the r p11(v , 2 o'clock this afternoon from sitiou of housekeeper for Savers & Sau- the Conrt Hunse. m t t . H.,t.,l .lnPii,.n V, ti ers of ' uier Oil the Pucinc ' ' . : . url o. lNl'l the hotel and store. She concealed h. r .,iiiut! iicc. both in this true name and character. During her ! ntte KU,i California, ft i hoped the stay she was treated we ll by Sansmaii, j funeral of the "Id pioneer will b? numer- bnt Sayers made improper advances, i ".y attended. 111! Mlllifliv llie CuOlU UI uub. ALU TRIAL JURORS j ir.K Fin sen rsTii. . FRIDAY, OCT. 17, 1873, i AT III O'CLOCK A. M. j p. B. MlLLtlt. I'lerk. E. HAMILTON, Wholesale Hel.n FROM A1 I. i?ead was a pio- m-t. having arr.ved I He .i a miner, anil nail ayers ana oeiug lepmscu, uuu.gmu - --- - TU.Xop inciue on d. maude.1 a relii.ction, in the I'ri seu j iut Hill, wus entirely destroyed by tire, of several wituessea. He refused, wh.n iucluding clothing, tieddiiig. and every the ladv, avowing her name and title, ' thing else it continued. Iu a rash effort eid. heavy horsewhip aud wore it ; to "'Vl''-.IXrued that ,. : ., ... ..,! , 1 face and left hand so badly burnea mat out over his boulders, obliging him to j fce Mg , work for gome flee and cry for help. Sausman a))- : nmft proved of her conduct in the affair and j ue 0f 0, airy ,ueu having driven dissolved the partnership with Sayera. off his cows for the Wilder, milk is a pret- Th Muior n turned to the city vie- ty scarce article iu Eureka. He hear The Major r.tnnu.l to fift, or sjxty (ulilieK have thns been tonous. . deprive1 of ,nfjr r, BUlsr supply of the The pool is selling iu the great 4-mile : icteal fluid. Here is a good opi ning for raco to-morrow verv lively. Stephens, some enterprising man to euler into a f7l", $a0; Joe' Daniels, t), i'M, lucrative business at once. -n- T.roai u; 1K M- Field " l W. L. Prilchard shipped yesterday $00, Target, Sib. 818, ..JO, Held. , Bicbm0U( Couipauv, 4o.OOO (pounds of bullion, and fur the Kuby The ship Currier Dove will soon sail Consolidated, 11.U0" pounds. Total, for New York with tin assort! d cargo of 59,000 pounds. California produce ubout 3,WKi tons. A bloody fight took place on the Urit- ish ship Cairnsmore, at anchor ju the stream, last evening. The fight com menced amongst the crew forward about a bottle of whisky. Knives and pistols were freely used. Several were badly wounded. The watchman on the ship shot one sailor in the foot. The ring leader was ironed and ipiiet restored. The Captain will taks the whole crew to sea with the exception of the wounded man, who was taken to the ho-pitul. gold mi l-- We copy the following from the Xews of the 11th: Tamea M. Legate was arrested in Vir ginia City yesterdoy, for disposing of a number of bogus checks ou Saturday aud Sunday last. He lad au examination in Justice Young's Conrt lust evening, and was held to await the action of the Grand Jury in the sum of Legale claims that be got the checks while playing poker iu Silver City a few nights before; that ho did not know that they were bogus: and that when arrested he had just come to Virginia C'ily tor the pur pose ot redeemmg tneui. NOTICE. . T . I a iTl . IL PERSONS INDEBIfcU ! oi'-"' i-wuie lorwsru sun "o - - anil Cnehue. slid Mve cortn. . We .re suttaonaed 1T the said Keller !'"" hue.md by the SbenSof Lmeelu I..UBI; . .W ' Pt.-be. Vev., Oct. 13. 173. clfl-:' CHAHOE OF PBOPfllETORS MRS. McLMKXALI) H AVISO LEASED HEB BOAKDINii Hnt'SE. on EJ.Y bTllEET, u.nr No. 3 Dump, to MRS. JOHN CLARKE, Board will be furnithini at gO OO PER WEEK. The Tsble will be furnisb.J with the B of Everythlntr. u""" PRITCHARD'S Fast Freight Line FROM PAIISADE VIA KUREKA. TO PIOCHK. On and After September 1st, AND . KIRTHKIl INTIl, Fast .otki; rtAtcs PH. FELSENTHAL mm MESPECTFn.I.Y ANTCOl Nl E TO be will if I.ineoln CoiiBty, tint (ui.- - XT OH. TZZB NEXT -Dealer lu.- r;:;-u::,L:;;:-,:. cms, Main Slr?t, I'iodit . rsTlIE RETAIL 1'RFARTHr.M COMPItlilNn I a blijiier siul Billiard hsluun, wnU luur i w anu SPLENDID TABLES! Hsu been tilted up remrdlcss of expeniie, cballenges coaipariaoli with any Kaluua in iie HUte. suc-u Mil WILL BE S AXD B CENTS PKIt POIND, AND SLOW RATEH 4 C'TS. PEK POl XD. Light ind bulky goedt r.roportionately more MAHK GOODS CABK PKITCHARD. PALISAUK OFFEK H1B o J ;Fstl (Slew o forwardlnn eburjes by thii line. OFHtEi Comer of Pioche and Field Sts. T. F. LAV I.Ell. Acent. suSR tf W. U ntlTCUAltl), Pr,.prietur. THE NATIONAL PKltlL. Unless our Governuient is to prove a disastrous failure unless this licpuVdic is iu its turn to be plunged into the black abyss of ruin aud oblivion that has swallowed up all the republics of the paBt. - some remedy must bo devised, aud that speedily, for the almost uni versal corruption that now prevails iu our politics, legislation and civil service. We aro far from assuming that all poli ticians are corrupt; that all our legisla tures are venal; or that there are no honest officials and revenue departments. Itut the belief is general throughout the couutry, and among all classes of the people, that the great majority of those who make a business of politics are men utterly destitute ot principle or hon or: that, aB a general rnle, any municipal or State Legislature can be controlled by skillful lobbyists backed by capital and acting in the interests of powerful cor porations; and that the numlier of of ficers in the various departments of the public service who can resist a bribe judiciously proffered under circum stances where opportunity combines with temptation, is exceedingly small. The judiciary is smirched with the same stain. It is notorious that judges have been bought by corporations, and even by wealthy individuals: and none but the most unsophisticated and simple souls entertain a doubt that the decisions of courts in the State of New York and elsewhere hare been influenced by con sideration referring to the wealth, popu larity and political influences of litigants. 1-very candid and will-informed American will admit that the adminis tration of justice in Kngland is more pure than in the United States, and that British judges are, as a general rule, more independent, impartial and incor ruptible than ours. With ns a wealthy and influential criminal has a tenfold better chance of buttling justice than one destitute of friends and resources. In England punishment is as sternly meted out to a lord or a millionaire as to a coal heaver. The most alarming symptom of all is that with us wealth covers in famy, and success knows no shame. Power possessed silences all question as to how it was attained; and triumphant rascality holds its unblushing front high er than the head of unprosperous virtue. Unless the public mind and conscience were bewildered or debauched this could not be so. It is a law of our nature that impels us to strive for those things that are held in high esteem by our fellow men. If talent, integrity and learn ing wen really held in higher estima tion than wealth, we should see the same energy and eagerness displayed in ac quiring a reputation for these that we now se expended in amassing a fortune. If public opinion were sound and health ful enough to have an honest and un feigned contempt for wealth dishonestly acquired, or unaccompanied by virtue and high qualities of mind and intellect, the pursuit of gain by crooked paths would be less common. The sense of shams and tba love of approbation, two of tho most powerful principles of actios, are neutralizedin their benefloient efficacy when whole people cease to consider anything shameful thai bears the stamp of snoMss, and offer the incense of their praise, their adulation, and their homage, not to the best and greatest citizens, bnt to those who possess the most millions, or the most of that kind of power and influence which comes of millions, or can be need to gain them. N. Y. Weekly. It is reported that lira. Charles Sum ner hat taken her maiden name, and re tunxd to Beetoa. deut, claiming the election of Xoyes by l,5iHi majority or more. Arrival of hi- Tlrrr. at HI. John. Xsv York, Cct. 17. The World's St. John special announces the arrival there of the Tigress from the search for the Poiaiis survivors. On the 4th of Octo ber the Rteauier Tigress left Ivigtut, all on board being iu good spirits and hope ful of finding the objects of search. On the "t!i, a moderate gale sprang up, but did no serioiiH damage. On the ttb, howeer, a perfect hurricane arose, which drove them out of their course for a time and threatened to do great injury to the ship. Toward night the storm subsided, and with very trifling excep tions, the Tigress had escaped unhurt. u the 7th, tho crew having already be come impatient at thir forced delays, the party started northward in search of whalers, eipecting to find Captain Bud diugton and a remnant of the Polaris crew on board. A light northerly gale still prevailed, and in consequence of the pressure of much ice, which impeded navigation, Captain Greer advised to stand to the southward, as an early Win ter had evidently set in. Acting on this advice, Captain Greer on the afternoon of the Nth stood for St. John, keeping in the known trsck of whalers, and still hopeful of meeting the lost men. The crew has been much reduced by ex posure to eceasive cold and fatigue; all ou board, however, are well as far as can be learned. The Tigress will remain hero to undergo some repairs made ne cessary by severe knocking about. Cap tain Greer expects to arrive in New Y'ork by the 10th of November. Fire Near Pravldence, K. 1. The Fever at Memphis, I'EoviiiKNce, B. I., Oct. 17. A fire in Blackstono last night destroyed eight houses and rendered homeless thirty families. Loss, $25,000; partly insured. Mkhpuis, Oct. 17. The mortuary re port is 31 from yellow fever; 7 from other causes. Mayor Johnson is reported better. Foreign News. The O'Cnnor's Speech at Dublin News from Kpaln Hpeclr for America Dublin, Oct. US. Tho O'Conor Don, in an address to bis constituents last night, favored the home rule, denounced the Federal plan, and declared that (be Federated States of North America were only kept together by force of arms. Madbiii, Oct. 10. The Minister of Marine received the fleet at Gibraltar to day, and transferred the command to Vice Admiral Chicano. A naval court matial has been ordered to investigate the conduct of Vice Ad miral Lrobo. London, Oct. 16. The steamer City of Montreal from Liverpool to-day, for New York, took 73,000 in gold, and the steamer Oceanic, which also sailed to-day, took 10,000. Affairs In Spain London, Oct. 17. A correspondent of tho Times writing from Cartagena, the 13th, says on that day the Insurgent squadron sailed out to attack tbe Gov ernment fleet, when Admiral Lobo or dered a retreat, and was pursued for over an hour. Paoifio Coast. CesiTSeteel at Arson The Mathoaryw .Finnejr-tiroen Mnrnor Case. Hamilton, Nev., Oot. 17. In the case of Cohn, indioted by the Grand Jury for arson, in setting fire to bis own store and thus causing the disastrous fire of Jane last, tbe jury this morning brought in a verdiet of guilty as t barged. He damus Denied. San Francisco, Oct. 17. ('has Hubert has been declared legally elected City Treasurer over Bauer by 18 votes. Thos. 11. Furt bus commenced a suit against United States Marshal Morris to recover $10,000 damages. Furt was a witness against the officers of the Sun rise, aud his attendance being required in court, Morris ordered hiui, amongst others, to be brought from the jail iu irons. For this outrage he claims dam ages as stated. The complaints against Edward Lar kins, second mate of the ship Top-gallant, lor cruelty to seamen, has been dis missed. Much excitement exists ill the western part of the cily by the appearance of ghost pictures on every window of a familv residence in that quarter. A large crowd of people were there to-duy. The pictures are very distinct, and are changed every little w hile. The family occupying the house, being alarmed, propose to move away. C. G. Moxley's application for a writ of maDdamns to compel the Board of Supervisors to couut the votes cast at the last municipal election for Assessor, was deni.'d to-day by the 12th District Court. Ves'inez Heard From Tragedy in Kern County. . Los Anoklics, Oct. 17. The Arizona Miner, of tho 11th, says: We hear that Vasqucz, the California bandit, recently passed a night in Prescott, and left next moruing in the direction of A'erde. Men have gone in pursuit. Bakkbhfiild, Col., Oct. 17. At Save land precinct, Kern county, on election day, a difficulty occurred between Larry Watson and Moses Oilman. The former asked Gilman who he had voted for, and on receiving a reply, Watsou struck Gil man on the head with a pistol, crushing his skull and causing death in a few mo ments. Robert Peppatd and others at tempted to arrest Watson, and to in timidate him fired a shot over his head. He then drew a knife and stabbed Pep pard twice, inflicting mortal wounds. Peppard dropped his weapon, and closed upou and disarmed the murderer and stabbed him in a vital part. Both died within a few minutes of each other. The I .ant of the Modocs Great Har or bold. Yr.EKA, Oct. 17. The remnant of Mo docs passed here to-day on their way to Wyoming under the escort of a company of artillery, Captain HaBbrouck com manding. About 30 wagons nre engaged in transporting them. Obovillk, Oct. 17. A great bar of gold bullion, valued at over $71,000 taken from tbe mine of the Spring VrI. ley Canal aud mining Company, has to-day been on exhibition at the banking house of Hideout, Smith & Co. It is the largest bar ever mode in America. Matheny, the Youthful Murderer of Green Pleads Guilty. Hamilton, Nev., Oct. 17. Upon be ing arranged for trial to-day, young Matheney, the murderer, pleaded guilty. He will be sentenced some day next week. It is believed there will be an effort made to obtain Executive clemen cy in his behalf on account of his youth and the probability that he was merely an accessory to the murder. Hhooing AITrayat Htoekton, Stockton, Oot. 17. A serious shoot ing affray has occurred nt Lodi, about some land troubles, between Psrry Le Blanc and Charles Neal. Both parties drew pistols. It is claimed that Neal discharged three shots at Le Blanc, when tbe latter shot him through the kidneys. The wound is serious but not fatal. Le Blanc came here last evening, and was arrested to-day and taken before Judge Brown for examination and discharged, it appearing be acted in self-defense. Hubert Declared Treasurer Mull fur j A large force of track-men, under Daman's Complaint Dlamlued I charge of Mr. Sullivan, tracklayer of tbe A I. hunt In San Francisco Man- ! Virginia and Truikee Railroad, were en gaged to-day making preparations tor relaying the track of tbe Gold Hill Di vision of the V. i T. H. Ii. with the new steel rails lately arrived from England. VIUOIMA. Billy Coryell, who had his right leg and left shoulder broken some weeks since, is now able to get ubout the streets on crutches. It will be some time, how ever, before bo will be able to run a foot race or stand np iu u good, square Cor nish wrestling bout. There now remains bnt ll'i feet of drift of the Sutro Tunnel to 1 dug before the connection will be made between tho main header and the drilt east from the bottom of shaft No. 1. Already the workmen in the two aits of the tun nel can hear each other when drilling. There was a rumor yesterday and Sun day that the workmen had been shut down iu the Baltimore Consolidated ; mine, bnt we do not know that it is so, 1 or that it would be likely to cause much excitement if it should prove true. The dodge is becoming somewhat ancient. The locomotive Lyou yesterday got off the track at the crossing ot Main street. Gold Hill. Tbe engine was got on again in fifteen or twenty minutes. While it was oQ the track it caused a blockade of teams plying on the street. Antoiue Silva, the man who had his feet cut off by his falling under the cam, a few days since, at Gold Hill, is doing well, and his ultimate recovery is no longer cousulrred doubtful. The Chronicle gives the following item, reminding us that Winter is approach ing: Everybody looked cheerful and happy this morning on turning out and finding the ground covered with snow. We might except the iceman, whose sad eye seemed to say "the melancholvdavBuaveoome." as he plodded along after his shivering horse and snow-covered wagon, slapping his hands under bis arms to keep thein warm, and occaBsiouallv stoonins to brush the snow from the sidewalk with SWISS CONFECTIONERY MILEY & LAAGE (J.A. lllley late of 8n Francisco, opposite tbe Flaza.) HAVE OPENED A CONFKt'TlOXA ItV, UAKKKV and tOKKKK SALOON On Main street, next to llslpin'H. Creim Cskes, Cream Candies, Fruit Cakes and all kinds ot Pastry; also Calf Foot Jelly. Fan cy Boxes for Christmas presents. dl7-tf Sheriffs Sale. TY VIRTTE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED J out of the District Court in ami f-rthe couut y of Lincoln, Kttj of Nevada, and to Hit dirveted and delivered, for a J mlgintnt n udiTed In said Court on the i:ith day of Heptinber, A. 1). 1873, in favor of F. W. Clute aud A. A. Young, and aKaintst th- Iugouiar Mlv -r Mining Company, for the sum of sixteen hundn-d and twenty-eight yf-l(IO gold coin dollars damages, together with flM 7M(W, tax cots, and all c cruipg costs, I have levied on tun fallow ing iroperty, to wit: That certain miniiig elaitii situated on Fanaca lat, in Ely sun- . inij District, Lincoln County, Nevada, located 1 on the 24th day of July, A. D. 171. an 1 r i orued I in tbe Ely Mining District Uecordu on the umh davof Julv, A D. 1871, and designated as the " Ingomar Lode;" stud nuu cuuiaiuing i feet, running westerly from the point of loca ratirm; also Hoisting Works and building on ! said mine. Notice is hereby given that ou Friday, the DtU Amy of October, A.D.1S73, at 12 o'clock m.,I will fell all the riht, titla and interest of said defendant in and to the above described property, at tbe Court-house Door, in Pioche, at Public Auction, forcaMi in hand, to the highest and best bidder, to siitibfy said execution and all cost. W. 8. THAVIS.Kueriff. By B. H. IUbkfokp, Deputy. w-lit td The above Kale is herebv postponed until Sat urday, October 11, 1M3, by order of plaintiff. W. S.TRAVIS. Sheriff, olo-td By B. H. Ui:tu:niu, Deputy. The above side. Is herebv poftinmed until Friday. Ortolwr 44, I.;!, by order of plaintiff. V. 8. TRAVIS. Sheriff. ol?-td By B. H. Hniu.rRi, Deputy. IMMENSE STOCK -ur- GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, ; MINING . -ANO- MILLING GOODS, clothing, BOOTS, HATS, ETC, -AT- Mil W IIKINU DKMIKOl K OK t LOSIU HI T Hl'KIXKNN IX Armory Hall Saloon, Formerly known as BIT O I33"5TEi irlIX BE HEREAFTER COSDIC Tti) LI K. J. 1IAX1.EV, Proprietor. The cholceat bramia of WINES, LlyroilS Slid J10Alt will alwaTR be found at the ilar jjU-tf MORE EXTENSIVE! MORE ATTRACTIVE! JOHN C. LYNCH, Wholesale and Retail Liquor Merchant, Corner Main and Lacoor streets, Alito Proprietor of the Loog-eetaUhthed and well-known FASHION SALOON & CLUB ROOMS, fllAKLS PlaEASl'UE IS INFORMING Oil) M. vatrona ind new cues that he will continue, aft hereto! ore to keep THE FINEST WINES, LIQUORS CIGARS IS THIS MARKET. Particular attention will horesfter be given Thn Wholesale Trade. AU deKirinK to stork Bars, In the city or out. aide catupa, are tnvittd to call aud sample good, sud It-aru prices v Before Purchasing Elsewhere. FAUCI CLU3 , RUSSELL SCOTT HAS OPENED 01XB ROOMS OVER HAL PINK Hardware Mure. Slain street, aud ha couuerted therewith a handaonia Bar. Peraona visitiuK the PALACE can rely on tua beat of accommodation, and when other amoaeinent are required it will not be nereaea. ry to go elsewhere. o2?-t JAMES CLANCY. I. O. McCORMK'K. IF YOU WOULD KNOW WIIKHK TO GET THE 1333Sn? BRANDY, GIN, OR WHISKEY, Hut or Cold, Ml led or Clear, OO TO CLANCY & McCOR MICK'S, And you'll find out. ati2H.tr THIS KTATK. Pierson fc Danner'a SALOON AND BOWLING ALLEY, Meadow Valley Ntr t THE PLACE TO GET T MIE Oil) STAND .8 good drink and enjoy a game of Tn pin. Je'ii-u TP. UT". MAItX, FORWARDING AND.... nssio. niERcaiw WHOLESALE DEALER the tail of hi Brest blanket cost, su hh to clear s place for n block of ion nit the i ni n n n i a , .. Uile canting furtive glance, toward tbe 1 FlOW, Gr31B, & GeB8Rll MerCiaBftSfi, ooors of his customers, ami listening for ! ' the countermanding of orders for ice. ; TOANO (C. P.R.lt.) NEVADA, Will Ri-ceive and Forward Freight to PIOOIIE ALL PARTS OFlsTEBN NEVADA Ann Idaho Territory, goru. In 1'ioche, Oct. IS, to the wife of John Mr. Couaughy, a daughter. In tureka. Oct. 13, to the wifa of Win. H. Sto well, a hoo. At the Crow Agency, M. T., Aug. In, at the wigwam of tbe bride'a father, hy the Rev. E. J. Btaulejr, Ueorge K. Davis and Hiks Ab-pahgh-helih.la-dih interpreted: Woniau that went luto the cloula. TITH DISPATCH AND AT LOWEST i v T Ooing Hate. Mark Uooda Car K. P. Marx, Ton no, Neva.ln." ; H. A. BKtNNER, Agent at Pioche. mrtft-tf ' LEGITIMATE SALE, WITHOUT RESERVE ! WE MUST Sua. In hub) Bill, Nev., Oct. II, Katr Margaret, in fant daughter of William and Bridget Kavanagb. In Bullion City, Nev., Oct. , John C. !. chrnkel, aged M. Iu Eureka, Oct. 14, Win. Dalmev, s native of Virginia, aged U years. In Virginia, Oot. 14, Richard John, aon of Richard and Louisa Xtooro, aged five months aud five day. Iu Virginia, Oct. 14, Ciarenoe Allien, aon of James F. and Annie Fam.ll, aged two niouUn and two dara. In Carson, Oct. 13, Robort Rodenck, a native of Nova Hcotia, aged about 30 years. Obatz Bbowk is walking abont the streets of St. Louis, apparently just as independent as though he had never been detested in running for tbe office of Tim President ol ths United Slates. WANTED AGENTS FOB OUB GREAT PICT0EIAL W0BK, jcrr uuusd, called A LA CALIFORNIA, oa Sketclies of Life in the Golden State. BY TBE LATE COL ALBERT 8. EVANS A BEAUTIFUL OCTAVO, SPLENDIDLY IUuitrsted. Vivid Pen Paintings of Life In California, etc., etc. Agents also Wanted for the "MAUDAL OF AMERICAN IDEAS," A moat Invaluable work for every American Cit izen. Octavo, 3&b pages. Alao just umied, The Farmer's Journal & Account Bool Send for terms upon these rapidly aelljns hooka. A. L. BANCROFT A CO., oil -It Han rrsnclaco, Oal. HOHACE D. BEENE, Attorney est Zjsvw, awn NOTARY PVBL1C For Lincoln County, Mavada. on-tf J1 brati FOR SALE. OUSE AND FCRNITITRE, OH MrCAHNOM street rated Piano, apply to ou Hteiuway a Son's cele- (sm-tf) B. L. DEAL, MALLET'S MARKET. AT TDK OLD STAND, .OS i Main St., Opposite Liu our. 7 . Is the Plnre ta Buy The Best and Cheapest MEAT mm j POND, REYNOLDS & CO., IMPORTERS J011BKF.B OF WINES & LIQUORS, il California Nt., San Francisco. Sole Agents for FaciAc Coast for O. O. Blake k Co. 'a Bourbon County Kcntueky Wkiakie. Ispn-tfj Magnolia Saloon, Bullionvil le, 1ST K VAD.. IS THEPLACETO PURCHASE FDJ E WINK!, I.WLUKH a Clc.Allb. uikli-tf 1. Q. WILLIAMS. Philadelphia Brewery, MAIN STREET, PIOCPK, SCHU8TRICU k KLI'.INE PROPRIETORS IS FTJRNISHIXO A Bl'PF.RIOR ARTICLE OF Lager Beer, in quantities to suit, at the low est rates. Adjoining camps supplied on sliort notice. )y'24-tf SHEA, BOCaUERAZ & McKEE. (Soccisbobs TO SULLIVAN k CAHHMA",I Importers and Jobbers of WINES AND LIQUORS. SOLE AGENTS FOB Golden and Tea -Kettle Bourbon WHISKIES, Jar. Front nd Jackson Bts., BAN FRANCISCO. atllMf SELL OUT. Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork, SAUSAGES AND SAUSAGE MEAT. Don't forget the place. 0'" M. A BADE a CO. ADOLPH COHN t BRO., SUCCESSORS TO M. CORN, Wholesale & Retail Dealers IX CICARS and TOBACCO And oTerytblng else appertaining to an -stal. lishment of that kind. All aoorants doe Id. Ootan are payable to the underalgiiea. ADOLPH COHN A PRO. Pioche, December l'i, 187J. a.j-tf TOR SALE. A. Grroat Bargainl Ii.'HOLIK, INTENDING TO RETIRE FROM BUSINESS Bi-? nlZ ' I1" "Ulld oa M'n "reft, Pioche. Th. premlaes are centrally located The Store la fully fitted np for a retail bu.inea. Thy Fire. proof W.rehone is an eicellent one nre" mi ",0Cl'0, tnA' ,tom "swst STOCK IK TRADE FOR SALE AT COST PRICE! All Information and particulars furnll,eJ npon application on the premise. ,,m""eH KTDabters anil Creditors, tall and settla. .oa.. HOUSE & LOT, IN fliiOHK, TWO WAREHOUSES, STORE FIXTURES, HORSES AND WAGONS, Foil MAtsE. T. S. COLUUX JOBS S. TTLU. CAPITOL SALOON, MAIN STREET, PlOCIIF. COI.KMAX Hi TVL.KR PltOP'ltH. KEEP THE 11E8T WINES, LIQUORS AND CIOAita tliat are obtainable in the t'nited "iat-. iny!!1" L. UY1XUSTOK. ISAAC UTVT. A P. WILUAM"- LIVINGSTON & CO., Importera sud WhoUle Df Um iu FINE BRANDIES, WINES & LIQUORS, 2i0 & 222 f AI.IFOUXIA STREET, Between Battery snd Front, San Francinc". Sole Agents for the Facile Coast for AAA Old Valley, Old 70, C. L. Mill., and 1'riJe of k'cnttickv Whiskies. SeHUin ORIENT SALOON. JAMKS CAMPBELL, HAVING LEASED THK Saloon known as the Orient, on the KAST KIDK OP I.ACOVR STREKT, Will be hannv tn see nil 1,1. old friends, and l many new oue sa will be pleased la favor blni "Rh s call. Nothing but the I Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars Will bo dealt out over the lr. suie-tf J. CAMPBELL. PH. FELSENTHAL, 8TOWH HTOIIE, Main Ntrret, Opposite Meadow Vah ley Hi reel, Pioche, Krr. ' olMptf ... . ..... Vil E. A. FARGO & CO., . IMPORTERS & JOBBERS BRANDIES, WINES AJ3.C3. ZiXQUOXlS aia Front St., Corner Commercial St.. SA-lVr FRANCISCO. Jet. Work the ironiptly executed sttheojlr PIOOHII DAILY HsVWRB.