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WKDNK8UAV. NOVEMBER IS, 18TS. Toe Business Office of the Piocsut Vult luw artlllureaftarbe laths ofnes ol B. B. Breaker, atltlchael-s elgsr store. Min street, opposite Meadow Valley. NATIONAL PRESS ASSOCIATION. Wa hire received a circular from the Georgia Presa Association anuounciug a cull (or a meeting o( journalists to or gauiza a National Preaa Association, wLicb meeting ia to be beltl at St. Lonia, Mo., on WedneaJaj, orember 26, 1873. Tue project baa met with very general faror throughout tbs country, and we have, therefore, good reasona for belier tng that at the meeting to be held next week the preaa of the country will organ ize for iti own advancement. We regret that it ia impracticable for a representa tive of the Rucobd to be present. Ne vada papers are requested to give this matter their attention. As IvroBTixT Sen. A auit ia now pending in San Francisco which in volves a question of great interest to the people of miuiug regions. It seems that J. V. Winter bus commenced suit in the Fonrth District Court agninst the Bel mont Mining Compauy, claiming $10,000 damages for the loss of stock stolen from the plaintiff, and which be failed to re cover, as alleged by tho transfer of the same on the books of the Company con trary to his orders. HaintifT alleges that on the 28th of April last ho was the owner of 15C shares ol Belmont stock, which on that day or soon after was stolen from his possession; that be did not ascertain his loss until the 12th of May, when he discovered tho certificates in the possession of other parties. On the 21st of May Winter ascertained that the stock had not then been transferred on the books of the Company, but still remained in the name of W. Ii Maurice, trustee. He then forbade the le-issue of the stock to any other person, informing the officers of the company of his owner ship, and demanding the re-issue to him self, offering a bond of indemnity, with good and sufficient sureties. He also published notices in stock papers, and posted tbem in the Stock and Exchange Board, cautioning all persons against negotiating for said stock; yet defend ant, after the publication of such notices, after the offer of the bond of indemnity, and ofter the orders not to transfer the stock, did re-issue the stock to other par ties, to bis great damage, etc. We shall keep a look out for the remit of this suit. Kaffl.es. Our readers, generally, may not be aware of the fact that after Jan uary 1, 1871, the drawing of a rattle be comes a misdemeanor. In page 9, sec tion J.595, of the compiled laws, section 2 of the act provides that " every person who contrives, prepares, sets np, pro poses, or draws any lottery, is guilty of a misdemeanor." Section 1 of the act defines a lottery aa follows: A lottery is any scheme for the disposal or distribu tion of property, by chance, among per sons who have paid or promise to pay any valuable consideration for the chance of obtaining such property, or a portion of it, or any share or interest in snch property upon any agreement, un derstanding or expectation that it is to be distributed or disposed of by lot or chance, whether called a lottery, raffle, or gift enterprise, or by whatever name the same may be known." The penalty for the violation of the Act is a forfeit ure of the property to the State and a fine in a sum not exceeding $500 or by imprisonment in the county jail for any term not exceeding six montBs, or by both such fine and imprisonment. The Next Conqhrss. One week from next Monday Congress will meet at the Federal Capital. As to who will be Speaker of the next House of Represen tatives, who will be chairmen of the prin cipal committees, what will be the complexion of the commit tees, will those re-elected mem bers who were connected with the Credit Mobilier scandal bo made to take back seats, will the salary grab section of the appropriation bill be repealed, and like subjects, there are, says a Washing ton correspondent, as many ideas and theories advanoed by prominent men and members of Congress as there are men who entertain decided opinions, and who have been heard from in relation to these matters. It seems to ba generally con ceded that no combinations or set of com binations that are likely to be gotten np will defeat the election of Mr. Blaine for Speaker; but aa to the Credit Mobilier men and their chances to again obtain important chairmanships, there is great doubt in the minds of nearly everybody. Th Oottom OBiuorBS. The Atlanta (Ga.) Herald states that tbe Alston Grange No. 93 is moving to ship a cargo of cotton direct to Liverpool tor the ben efit of the Patrons of Husbandry. The action ia baaed on tbe following state ment: Whereas. Cotton is selling in Atlanta at 13 cents; and whereas, the same cotton is worth in Liverpool 9(Sj9d in gold, equal to 19(3. 19 cents currency; and whereas, a bale of cotton can be shipped via Port Royal or Charleston and sold in Liverpool for less than $15 per bale, it is clear tbe farmer is losing 16 to $20 on every bale sold in Atlanta; be it therefore agreed among na whose names are herennto aigned, that we will ship our entire crop to rerpool via Charleston or Port RoyarTsending our own auperoargo, who will aell it to tbe manufacturer, and acoount directly to us for the proceeds. ,. More than two hundred bales, the Herald says, were subscribed before sun down, and it was expected that two thousand bales would go direct from first hands to the English manufacturers. "RgcosciLiATToif" is thus happily pnt by a Chicago paper: "General A. E. Burnside, of Rhode Island, late a Major General in the Union army, and General Buckner, of Kentucky, late a Major Gen eral in tbe Confederate army, dined to gether at the Sherman House yesterday, and in a glass of champagne drowned ail memoriae of the past.'' '- - - - TmsxsorvTMo. The Eureka Sentinel of Sunday last in speaking of Governor Bradley's thanksgiving proclamation says: "It will be observed that the above docunieLl rends 'November next,' yet we presume tbe 27th inst. 1s tbe time in tended for aogebrnshera to do tbeir pray ing. Dimply a 'bull' in the Executive of fice." If the Sentinel editor had perused the document more carefully be would have discovered still another "bull." The proclamation winda np aa follows: "Done at Carson City thia 6ih day of November, 1873, and of our Independ ence tho uiuety-seventh." The aame mistake occurs in the proclamation of Presideut Grant. These documents shonld rend "and of our Independence the ninety-eight." Reno Journal. As we understand it there was no error in the use of the words "November next," as they appear in the Governor'a proclamation. The "27th of November nest" means tbe 27th of November next after the d ite of the proclamation, which was the Cth of November, 1873. If it bad said the "27th of next November" thero would have been quite a difference. The other allege 1 "bull" ii no bull at all; this is the 97th year of American In dependence, and so it will continue till the 4th of July next. ( Ikn. BtrrLKR is reported aa having de nied the truth of the published statement that he is trying to get the Republican members of the next Hous to hold a caucus and declare against giving places on leading committees to any members implicated iu the Credit Mobilier trans actions. Nevertheless neither h,nor any. body else who knows anything about it, de nies that such a proposition will be made in caucus, and a strong effort made to adopt it. A prominent Congressman re cently remarked that candidates for the Speakership would be glad if some such decisiou by caucus could be adopted, ao as to relieve whoever is elected Speaker of the trouble he would naturally en. counter if he were left to decide for him self, and probably have to discriminate nguiust the class of members alluded to The Wall street markets were excited the other afternoon with wide and fre quent fluctuations. In the gold room various rumors were afloat, and just be. fore tbe close of the Stock Exchange al most every banker and broker received telegrams thi.t Commodore Vanderbilt was dead. Following aro samples, all dated at New York Hotel: Father dead. Come toon. See Turn- bull aud the rest. W. H. V l amer ileid. Do something for me C. V., Jr, Father dead. Don't communicate to the street. W. H. V Father is duul. Do best you can for me. u. v., Jr. These teltgiums bad a marked effect ou the market till the hoax was discov ered, and the decline was partially recov- ereo. Telegraphic Dispatches SPECIAL To THK FIOOBE DilLI BKCOBD Attobmst - Gbukbax, Wnxuna has written a letter to Marshal Morns calling for an explanation of the latter'a conduct in putting irona on the aailor witnesses in tbe Sunrise caae in San Francisco . Thia letter will form the basis of a thor ough iaveetiffatioa ol the matte. . , Eastern Dispatches. Interesting Items Decision on tho Rights of Colored Citizens. Washington-, Nov. 17. The President has signed the Commission of Wni. Gib son as Postmaster at Austin, Nevada, The British war steamer Niader sailed from Jamaca for Cuba on the evening of the Cth. loo American filibustering steamer General Sherman entered the harbor at Aspinwall on tbe 3d inst., under the name of General Arizona, and was at once seized by Captain Cushiug, of the United States steamer Wyoming, for using illegal ship paper, and Bailing un der tbe ring of Honduras, while it is claimed as an American vessel. Her ease will be decided by the United States Courts. ai.uiny, sov. ii. ine expert em ployed to investigate the books of the State Treasurer's office, reports tbe amount of embezzlement between $310, 000 and $315,000, and from present indi cations there seems to be no chance of the State recovering any of the stolen fuuda. Washington, Nov. 17. In the case of Catharine Brown (colored) against the Washington, Alexandria and George town Railroad Company to recover dam ages for personal injuries on being put out of tbe ladies' car, the Supreme Court to-day affirmed judgment for the plaintiff, holding that the Court below bad juri diction, and that the action was properly sustained against tho company. Thia does not decide tbe general question of tbe right of tbe railroad company to make regulations for separating the raoei in their cars in tbe absence of charter provisions prohibiting. Xw York, Nov. 17. At the Navy lard tbs aame activity ia manifested or tue past lew aays. To-day B50 men were added to the foroe. Tbe Juanita is ready for sea, and will anchor off the battery to await orders. It is stated by an employe in the Navy Yard that work upon the Spanish iron clad Arapidei was suspended this after noon. President Grant's Views of Caban Affairs. Washington, Nov. 17. The President to-day, in a conversation relative to the Cnban matter, said the Government had thus far acted on snch facta aa had reached it, and was now engaged in col lecting from all available aourees further information concerning the Virginius and tbe particulars attending the revolt ing execution." It wag desirable that all information should be of such a charac ter as to leave no doubt whatever as to ita reliability. Tbe propriety of this courae was too evident to require explanation, the Government being careful in what it is doing and may hereafter do, to work upon facts and not upon assumptions and unconfirmed reports. It waa essential that we should be prepared to maintain our position. Tbe President aaid he had changed none of his views heretofore ex- pressed by him concerning eventa in Cu ba, but bad more than ever been con firmed in them by recent occurrences, He shared with the public their denunci ation of the capture on tbe high seas of vessels sailing with regular clear ance nnder onr flag, and the start ling eventa which so quickly followed, Spain never having considered the island of Cubs in state of war and there being no proclamation by the United States according to belligerent righta to insurgents. Tbe Virginius, if regularly cleared tor Cuba, bad a riuht to enter Havana or any other open port of the Spanish possession. This Gov ernment did not recognize any right on tbs part of Spain, in the prteeut state of affaire, to interfere in any way with our merchant-ships on tbe seas, except in the usual right in her own ports and ithin one marine leant; of the coast of Cuba, or ou her dominions, and of this fact she was aware aa a matter of course. It is the determination of the United SUIes to protect its citizens in all their rights end to compel respect to tbe flag. The preaent uaval preparations were ith thia view; not to initiate war pre parations by the President: that power was vested in Congress; but to be pre pared for all possible contingencies. Upon the meeting of Congress alt the facts in possession of the Executive De partment relative to Cnban affairs would be laid before that body, with such re commendations as the occasion might demand. To-morrow he said he would commence tbe preparation of a message, but would defer that part relating to Cubau affairs until within a day or two before the meeting of Congress; desiring first to obtain all possible facts ou tbe ubject. New Yokk, Nov. 17. Steamship Cle opatra, wbicb arrived to-day, brought tbe newspapers and mails she took on her outward-bound trip to Havana. Tbe Spanish authorities refused to allow them to be landed. Phildelaphia, Nov. 17. The sale of Cuban bonds has been commenced in this city by the agent. They sold at 23 cents on tbe dollar, and as they bear 7 per cent, interest, many prominent citi zens, either through a belief in the in vestment, or a disposition to aid Cuba, are purchasing freely. A hundred additional bands were put to work at the navy yard to-day, and this afternoon an extra gang waa employed President Grant ou Utah Affaire- Murder and Suicide. Washington, Nov. 17. Daring the brief conversation, the President said he should, in his message, again recommend such legislation for Utah as to relieve ju dicial matters there from tbeir present embarassment. He would, in calling at tention to judicial subjects, submit a plan, not yet fully matured, rendering currency more flexible and preventing it, if possible, from being used as recently for gambling purposes . Owinsbubo, Ky., Nov. 17. The wool en mills were burned to-day. Loss, $200,000. At Henderson, one Thompson, in a drunken fit, killed his wife and attempted suicide, but failed. Levi Blue (oolored) stabbed to tbe heart another named Simpson, at Man- gansfield, Ky. Tbe colored people are pursuing the murderer. New Obleans, Nov. 17. The report is confirmed that Cabreles Blanco, a noted Mexican bandit, haa crossed into Texas with a party of marauders and is robbing the country. He recrossed tbe Rio Grande near Los Ceval. Tbe military were informed too late to make pursuit. Mkmphib, Nov. 17. Mrs. Moon, a widow, committed suicide to-day by tak ing laudanum. Cause, destitution. Tbe office of the Cuban Junta hero, it is rumored, purpose raising a colored regiment to assist in the liberation of tbe slaves of Cuba. Louisvillb, Ky., Nov. 17. A compa ny of 65 men, organized here, have ten dered their services to Governor Leslie in view of a prospective war with Spain. Buffalo, Nov. 17. A fire this morn ing burned Wheat Brailey's printing house and adjacent buildings. Loss, $200,000; partially insured. Money- In Bank Corrupt Juror In dictedOther Items. Nxw Yobk, Nov. 18. The banks bold $27,725,000 in legal tenders, a decrease of $6,550,000 since yesterday. Robert Porter, a juror in the Stokes case, was arrested to-day for bribery, on an indictment found by tbe Grand Juay. Fobtbiss Monbok, Nov. 18. U. S. steamer Worcester, flagship of tbe North Atlantic squadron, passed out this morn ing for Santiago de Cubs, Washinotom, Nov. 18. The colored citizens of the District of Columbia hold a mass meeting on Thanksgiving eve to sympathize with Cuba. Fred. Douglass will be one of the speakers. Tbe Supreme Court of the Distriot of Columbia requites personal service on all absent defendants in the case of the alleged bankruptcy of Jay Cooke & Co. Nsw York, Nov. 18. A Washington special aays the Navy Department has ordered recruiting offioes opened through out the country, and that the navy be recruited to tbe utmost capacity allowed by law. PmsBtJBO, Nov. 18. The National Trust Company suspended temporarily this morning. Washington, Nov. 18.- Secretary Robeson, now in New York, baa aum monad the ohief clerk of the Navy De partment (here, in connection with the preparation of veasels destined for Cuba. Foreign News. Second Letter from the Pop to the Enaperor of Germany, etc. Nsw Yobk, Nov. 17. The London telegraph of the Cth baa the following : Berlin, Nor. C It ia not denied in of ficial circles here that the Pope wrote a second letter to the Emperor. The fact that it has not been published is ascribed to the circumstance that it treated of mat ters strictly personal to his Majesty and in no way tonching npon political sub jects. It is not from motives of courtesy that it has been kept back, but tor the simple reason that it ia entirely devoid of importance. It haa not been nor will it be anawered by the Emperor. London, Nov. 17. It ia stated on of ficial authority that tbe Foreign Office haa instructed the British Minister at Madrid, the Consuls at Havana and Santiago and the Governor of Jamaica that the Government reserves ita decision on the qneation of the t xeoutiona which have already taken place at Santiago, but will hold the Spanish Government and all concerned respoaaible for any additional executions of British aubjeets. The Pacific; Hail Company's ateamer Colima, from New York, October 1st, far San Francisco, was at 1 io Janeiro, with a abaft broken, on the 23d ult. Mpala Favors an Beaorablo Adjust ment. Uaubio, Nov. 18. Tua Spaniah Cabi net naniaously favor a satisfactory aud honorable attlemeut of lh Tirginina difficulty, but regard the maiiitcunaco and iutegrity of Spanish territory fa- sential. London, Nov. IS. The cotton mill near Manchester was burned this morn ing; loss, half a million. The Daily Telegraph says this morniug that considerations of policy and human ity would lead England to view favorably tbe annexation ol Cuba to the United States; that the Americ-sn Government ill await the reassembling of Congress before takiug action, an evidence that its policy will not be governed by popular olamor. We do not despair peaceful so lution of the Question. In view of the difficulty the United States would experi ence in retaining ros;ensiou of Cuba, if annexed, it suggest that the United States Government acknowledge tbe belligerency of tbe insurgents and ulti mately guarantee the independence of the island, asking iu return the alolition of slaverv. Pacific Coast. Sin Fbancibco, Nov. IS. George F. Ensign, in the County Jail for burglary, tried to break out of prison and came near getting away. He opened the lock of hit cell door aud got into the yard. A trusty saw him, and when he tried to atop him waa knocked down with a key, but tbe alarm was given and officers soon secured Ensigu. A $2,000 trotting race cumeB off at Ag ricultural Park on Saturday between tbe California horse Sam Purdy, and the Eastern horse St. James, 3 in 5. The contemplated $20,000 match be tween Daniels and Stevens was not con summated, and it is doubtful if terms can be agreed upou. Greenbacks, 81(5.92. Vote bjr the Major Dividends Cus toms Receipts, Etc., Ktr. San Fsanctsco, Nov. 18. Mayor Al vord to-day sent to the Clerk of tbe Board of Supervisors his veto of the order granting to H. J. Booth A Co. the central basin in Mission Buy for the pus- pose of a ship yard. During tbe prtseut mouth mining dividends were paid here to tbe extent of $213,100. Receipts at the Custom-house during tbe first half of this month were $286, 057.86. Tbe investigation of charges recently made against Gen. La Grange, Superin tendent of the Mint here, has been com menced. The proceedings are not public. Geo. Merrill aud James Hall, two In dustrial School graduates, have been ar rested on a charge of having knocked Thos. Sheppard down last Sunday even ing and robbed bim of wutcb, money and other valuables. The accused have been fully identified. Attempt to Liberate Prisoners. J1EBCKD, Cel., Nov. 18. This morn ing two men, named Taylor and Scrog- giug, procured picks and attempted to effect the escape of Win. McClung from jail by prying off some boards in the rear of the building, which ia a amall wooden one. As they were in tbe act of com mencing operationa Deputy Sheriff Ken drick surprised and placed tbem under arrest. They were then lodged in jail on a charge of attempting to effect the es cape of a prisoner. This afternoon, after two postpone ments, Wm. McClung was brought be fore Judge Robertson, who senteuced him to one year in prison. Tbe lightness of the sentence ia partly attributable to the exertions of bis wife. Pursuant to an order of onr Fire De partment, four cisterns are now being constructed in tbe business part of the to a n. The Costa Rica Money Paid Over Arlaona Telegraph. San Fi-ancisco, Nov. 18. The United States revenue cutter Wuganda was sold to-day tu John Birmingham, at auction, for $17,000. Tbs Costa Rica, which ran ashore at the Golden Gate a few weeks since, will be ready again in three weeks. Tax Collector Austin has paid to the Treasurer $110,558.41. Tbe State's pro portion of the money is held by him un der protest, and $190,000 on account of the city. The military telegraph from San Diego, via Fort Yuma and Maricopa 1 Wells, to Prescott, was finished to-day. The line from Maricopa Wells to Tucson will soon be completed. Tbe new line con nects with tbe Western Union at San Diego. Discharged from Custody, Rsdwood Citt, Nov. 18. The prelim inary examination of the parties who killed H. H. Green, at Peacadero on the night of Nov. 7, waa concluded to-day, after four days' hearing. Tbe proof of the killing was positive. Tbe Court dis charged the prisoners on the ground that they were justified in putting off Green. Great indignation is felt throughout this portion of the connty at tbeir release by tbe Judge. The two McLeans, William Dow and Mrs. Kinsey returned to Peaca dero. Mr. Kinsey left for San Francisco to-day. One of the prisoners, William Ream, waa discharged daring the exami nation, on motion of the prosecution. Oregon alining NewaAbortlon Case. Pobtland, Ogn., Nov. 18, In the case of the crew of the bark Disco, to recover wages due them, Judge Deady decided in tbeir favor, the meaning of tbeir ship ping articles being to ports on the east ern coaBt of the United Btatea. The newa from Yakima mines ia not as favorable aa at first reported, though the minea are undoubtedly good. Tbe case of C. G. Glass, convicted of manslaughter by tbe Circuit Court, iu causing tbe death of Mary Hardman bv abortion, will probably be carried to tbe supreme (Jourt. Charlea Meaiv indiotcd with Glass. has been granted s change of venue to xiinu county. n VinnuU. Nut. 11, to tbe wife Of C. JL Hrru. daughter. Harried. l Pioi-ha. Nut. IT. br tbe Dev. B. L. Badger, C. W. V. ataon aud Un Belle V. Hull. In Winoemucra. Nov. . i. B. King to Miss Hedie Waifs LMirphr. In Virgin I lty. Nor. 13, William McCown to Ellen Grammar. : ... la Elko. Kov. 11. W. C. Araisig io mim Elate 8. Weems. Jlifd. Id Bursts, Nov. 1, Wm. Davy, sard S roars. In Elko. Nov. S. Henry O. Hudson (colored!, s resident of Hamilton, White Pine county, sgud 41 years. , x...xx,Xj13 pon JESSE BEENE'S HOUSE AND LOT Will Positively Take Place, ou the EVEKIKO OF K0V. 20, AT HOET c NISOal SALOOS, AT 6 001.OCK. nis-at Sfltittfl Out. FROM P. II SIM-SS! PIOCHE LODGE No. 23, Z. O. O. X.. AT BROWN'S HAT J , MAIN ST., OK Thursday Evening, Nov. 27, 1873. GOXIUTTXI Or aMaHOIKINTS. t W Wright H Ward A M Pollys O P Sherwood John D Collins A Brown UmiATIOK COKIIIIIII. A H Emsnue) Frank Whcehx A THANKSGIVING BALI WI1X BE CJIVEX. I NDER THE At SPICES OF A PH. FELSENTHAL TOIXB BEBPECTFriAY ASSOMiCE TO he will ssn lb. cluiens of 1-lncoln County, ron thb xraxscr S UsreUanfous. FORWARDING 1' WHOLESALE , i , , ........ DEALER Flour, Grain, & General Merchant TOANO(C.P.E.E.) NEVADA' Will Bectlva and Forward Freight to ' ....im. HII Parts of Eastern Nevada OFFEB BIS IMMENSE STOCK dpt. H H Lubbock R U.rlkk Cspt F-Cook E H W'Knper Frank Pesrco 1IHC Bishop OA Bprsker Jss 8 Smith 3 jbm R Jsmes Mst Schnsterich L Klein D C McLeod D A t'ulks Jsmes Himmons Wm Rlclisrds ' Kelt Boyle F Vost Dr D L Deal HCirilOH COKXITTIS. Frank Wheelfr H Ward O P Sherwood A C Bishop H Krsuse ru inxcTci. A Brown. riOO! HAKAOISO. A H Emtuuel John B Jsmes oal-td Chit Bowen A Fife Ed Willet George Pstton E Hsmiltou DrBLLee J H Beibert D C Clark John Roedsr Fred Knhlss John Kelson J Eisenmsn BnssBcott Joseph Oerrsns R H Dswe Prof Psul Xsale E II Crsne GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, MINING Idaho Territory, WITH DISPATCH ASD AT LOWTjn Ootng Kates. Mark Goods "T 'Care F. P. Marx, Toano, Ji.T,dlli J A 8. CEONAN, Agent at Pioch. mwl-tf CITY MEAT MARKET. First door above Hslpln's Hardware .Store, MAIS STREET PI0THE, SEVABl. MaJ. PECK A. Co., Proprietors, THIS NEW MARKET HAS JCRT BKKX opened, and Is fitted up ia firtt-cliM styla wltn everytbing convenient and necessary. FRESH, SALT AND DRIED MEATS Of all kinds, and always ius vwy W I'm country affords; such as Beef, Pork, Mutton aud Veal, Sausage of all Kinds. The Proprietors will do Ihoir best to pleaa and sstlsfy sll customers. Rendered Tallow for Mills and Mia. lug Purpose. All orders delivered free of charge, sud tim lly custom solicited. GIVE IS A CAIXI liltl -AXD- BrSl Us Buss Scott MILLING GOODS, tLOTHIM, BOOTS, HATS, ETC. Billy the Stage Boy. Billy the Milk Boy. Billy the Wood Boy! BILLY BELLS WOOD, MILK, AND WILL give any person a quicker ride to Bullion ville than any other conveyance. He also sells milk and wood at the asms old rs'es. nl3-tf W. CCLVERWELL. Pbizi Danoi. In ttaa priae dance which took Dlace) Thursday Liaht. Mr. Fowl?r and John Edwarda being declared tba best gentleman waltzera, and moat graceful manipulator! of the Polka, were awarded a prite of 93 eaoh. Misa Hef frn.n carried off a aimiiar prize for being tna Dat lady Oancar. toait AaKa tribune. 1VSW GROCERY STORE, MAIN STREET PIOCHE, Trro Doors Above the Stata Bank. ON WEDNESDAY, OCT. 22, 1873, IKE PHILLIPS WILL OPEN HIS STOCK OP & 11HI8 STOCK COMPRIRE8 EVERYTHING in the Hue of Groceries and Provisions, including WINES AND LIQU0ES. Having been Purchssed for Cash, he can sfford to sell at the Lowest Rates. Competition ii Defied, and Sat isfaction Guaranteed, Both as to the QUALITY AND PRICE Of the Goods Offered. IKE PIllLLIPkt. Pusha, October 18, 1873. olO.tf BEING DESIROl Of CLOBINQ OIT Bl'KINKRS IN Til IB STATE. THIS 13 A LEGITIMATE SALE, WITHOUT RESERVE ! MALLET'S MARKET. AT TBE OLD STAND, OH Main St. Opposite Lacour, Is the Plaoa to Buy The Best and Cheapest MEAT "53 IN PIOCHE. Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork, SAUSAGES AND SAUSAGE MEAT, Don't forget tbe placa 031! II. A.BADS k CO. FRANK WHEELER & CO., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS In General Hardware, MUX QOODI mux ooong mix oom mux aooxii Mill Goods mux eootw MILL UOOPS MILL OOOM MILL GOODS Mining Goods Mining Goods MmlnR Goods Mining OoodsHIllTljn nnfinOMinlngOoodl Mining GoodsffllfllNll UUUUOMlnlng Goods Mining Goods Mining Goods Mining Goods Iron Azxca. Steel, Stoves of all Kinds, Eta Eta...... Kto Etc. A Saoply of TINWAREtiS;: On hand; also Tin Work Executed prompt ly at ressonshle rates, STONE STORE, Main street, Pioche, Nevada. aplo-tf Tinware Tinwsre1 Tlnwsre Tinware e iinw.rs Tinwsre Tinwsrt Upper WE MUST SELL OUT. pon CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, CLOVES, ...., TRUNKS, CICARS, TOBACCO and NOTIONS OF ALL KINDS, GO TO WILLIMIS & ERRANT. ON THE 1T OF NOVEMBER. Aad tha following days, we will aell AUCTION, Kvery day, at 10 o'clock a. m. and T o'clock n Ba., s Urge assortment of Crockery and Glassware And sll other kinds of Goods, oao-lm SBOO REWARD. AKEWAKD OF FIVE HUNDRED nni ricuor9 JM b" P"4 fOT " 22Z Jetton of any person or persons plsclng ob- , J.W.NESBITT, Suparintcndent. noi6.3w HOUSE! A LOT, IN 1'IOCHIK TWO WAREHOUSES, STORE FIXTURES, HORSES AND WAGONS, PH. FELSENTHAL, 8TONU BTOnB, Mala Stmt, Oppaalts Meadow Val. tract, Pioche, oia-jptf Not, 7 J. HALPLN & CO. PIOCHE NKVADA Importers snd Dealers In HARDWARE ' Iron Pip Mill and Mining Goods, and teal, Ca team and Gaa Fittings, House Furnishing Goods, tores, Tin and Copper Were. Cutting nd Fitting Ca Pip Dona on Short Kottce. JENNOP'N CELEBRATED 8TEKL, Toy, Bickford a Co.'a Fuss, ' Agents for the ca-lazi.t Powder, AMD 0ALJJ0MIA P0WTJEB COMPANY an-HHI LIEBES & BOWMAN NORTHWEST CORNEK Battery and Sacramento Sts., BAN FRANCISCO, Manufacturers Importers ....OF..., Havana Cigars. And Importers of Leaf Tobacco. p. o. Boa ima. i'7-'.?- QEO. E. CUSHIKO & CO.. - (SUeSISSOBS TO 0. L IUUA1II. DRUCCI8TS it CHEMISTS. TEALF.R8 IN J Perfumery, Fsnry Goods. Ac. PATENT MEDICINES., r oui. An. 1 Ulnars, nn.hln A Go. will ket'P Only I the best snd purest drugs and medicine". They will soon hsve arrangements Io import direct from Europe, and thus sure of securing genuine articles. j Physicians' prescriptions carefully promptly compounded day and nlgnl. " ADOLPH COHN BHO., SUCCESSORS TO It. COHN, , Wholesale Retail Dealer ut CICARS and TOBACCO And ayerything else appertaining to aa " lishment of tbst kind. hlM the KB"; g.Mf v All aooouata duo M. conn a PJ.,M, nndaests-iMUO.. Flocks. December la. IST.