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al rfDAY. . DECEMBER 14. 1ST. Tarn Business Otto of the Florae Dm-i Karoos nllkmllnki lath omos of H. B. Breakey, st Michael-, cigar mn Main street, oppoiu Meadow Valley. lXMAXITY. Tli plea of insanity bai to often been advanced in criminal trial that legal definition of what -constitutes it cannot fail to prova of 'general interest. In a trial of murder last Jul;, in the Seventh District of California, the Court instruct ed the jury that "to establish a defense on the ground of insanity it must be clearly proved that at the time of com mitting the act the defendant was labor ing under such defect of reason from disease of the mind as not to know the nature and quality of the act he was do ing, or if he did know it, that be did not know be was doing what was wrong; and that the trne test of insanity is whether the accused at the time of com mitting the crime was conscious that lie was doing what he ought not to do." A conviction of murder in the first degree followed; motion for a new trial was de nied, and the case was appealed to the Supreme Court. In s review of the cose the Supreme Court held that the District Court did not err in charging the jury that where insanity is relied upon as a dtfense, the burden of proof is on the defendant, and that "the proof must be such in amount that if the single issue of the sanity or insanity of the defen dant should be submitted to the jury in a civil case, they must find that he is in sane ;" or in other words that "insanity must be clearly established by satisfactory proof. There is con siderable contrariety in the author ities on this point; some of which hold that it will be sufficient to acquit the defendant if the jury sball entertain a reasonable doubt as to his sanity. But in this State a different rule has been established, and we see no reason to de. port from it. The Supreme Court held also, that the instructions "properly de fined the rule by which the sanity or insanity of the defendant was to be test ed," and proceeded: Possibly it might not be entirely satisfactory, as applied to every conceivable phase of insanity; but it is about as definite and satisfactory as any general rule on the subject could be made; and we see nothing in this case requiring the application of a different rule, if, indeed, there be no more satis factory test in any cose than that pro pounded in these instructions. Thi Senatorial flyht in California rages with unabated fury, and as Tuesday is the day upon which balloting is to begin buzzing will be in order night and day until that time, and nobody can tell how mueh longer. Unless some combination is brought about in the meantime there can be no choice. But protracted strug gles over the election of United States Senator are not new in California. In 1851 the Legislature failed entirely to elect a successor to Fremont, and tbe year following John B. Weller won the prize. In 1S64 there was an unsuccess ful effort, in tbe interest of David C. Broderick to bring on tbe Senato rial election. In 1853 the Leg islature was unable to elect Gwin's successor, and in 1856, when ex Governor Foote was a prominent candi date on the American ticket, the defec tion of Wilson Flint, a Senator from San Francisco, defeated Foote's aspirations, and postponed the election. In 1857 the time for the election of Welter's suc cessor having arrived, and Gwin's seat being vacant Gwin and Broderick were elected. If our memory serves us rightly there was something of a struggle when the Sage of Coloma John Conness bore oft the Senatorial prize. Six years ago, when Casserly was elected, there was a clear Democratic majority on joint ballot, but the 'difficulty was that the Democrats could not make a choice in caucus betwesn Casserly, Hoge, Wallace, Henley, Temple, Howard and others, and so the Democratic members voted each for udifferent person, and one who was not regarded as a candidate, until finally after caucusing at night by tbe Demo cratic members and balloting each day by tho whole Legislature for a fortnight or more, Casserly was nominated in caucus and elected the next day. It is a common - place expres sion that a boy can lead a horse to water, but a regiment of men can't make him drink. In tbe matter of electing United States Senators, Congress has de clared that the Legislature shall vote for a Senator at a certain time, but it cannot compel the Legislature to elect a Senator. Giunouj an Tbidks Unions. A Washington dispatch says there were two subjects which the President was anxious to speak of in his message, but the im portance of which he thought was worthy of special message tho Labor move ment and the Grange question. Both, he says, have engrossed his attention for some time, and when he has the oppor tunity he will present his views to Con Cress. That which most deeply con cerns the President is the tvrannv of the Trades Unions, and the reluctance their members have of allowing boys to leara trades. This he thinks is an in justice to the rising generation, and is inoiting foreign labor, which in the end will result disastrously to our own artisans. ' Ik his message to the California Legis lature -Governor Booth recommends amendments to the State Constitution to strike out the word "white" from the Constitution, to abolish the special ju dicial election, to change the time for general election from the odd to the even years, to fix clearly the term of a Snprema Judge elected to fill a vacancy, and to prohibit subsidies by the State, county or municipal governments. ' " A Nuiuska paper says Governor Fur nas, of that State, while the late war fever ran so high had offers of three reg iments of volunteers for Cuba, and that convicts in the State Prison also ex pressed themselves as anxious to go to battle in defense of the glorious country that guarantee so muoh freedom. Telegraphic Dispatches SFSCUL TO THI MDCHE DHL.! BKCOBD. Eastern Dispatches. co.veaessio.NAi. proceedings. The President's Cearee Criticised la taw Base. . WasniNGTuH, Dec. 12. The Ways and Means Committee this morning beard delegations from New York and Xew England, who argued in favor of tbe re peal of the present tax on saving bank deposits. - - - Cox criticized the course of the Ad m illustration in tbe Virginias matter, and made some reflection on tbe apparent temper of the House on the subject. Hawley replied in a sharp speech, in which he paid a high tribute to the dig nified and conservative coarse of the Administration in the matter, saying that nothing Grant ever did, from tbe time be left until he passed through the wilderness and cams into the presdency, which does him more honor than the patient firmness with which be has faced the Spanish difficulty, and settled it to the satisfaction of all. Beck also took occasion to eulogize the Administration fur its course on Cuban affairs, saying if there was any thing 'the President bad managed well, it waa the negotiations with Spain, Tbe President might have plunged the country into difficulties, and perhaps have agrandized himself at the expense of the country, but the course which he had pursued had been extreme ly moderate. Discussion was earned on for some time longer. Pref. A((iinli'i Conditio- Fire at Kauai City, Mo. Bostox, Dec. 12. Fears are now en tertained that Prof. . Aggassix may linger fur some time in a parotitic state. His recovery is considered doubtful. The Massachusetts Dental Society has resolved that the use of chloroform in dental operations is not advisable. Kanss Citt, Mo., Dec. 12. Howell & Co.'s slt warehouse, and Darshow & McQuade's elevator, with 150,000 bushels of grain, were burned to-night. Loss, $50,000; one half insured. Paoifio Coast. Last Night's Dispatches. San Francisco, Dec. 13. The Weather to-day is again stormy. It will probably cause a postponement of the races at Ocean View Park, advertised to come off to-day. On December 27th, a race of 20 miles out will be given at the Ocean View Driving Park. Entrees closed lost night as follows: W. R. Armstrong names John Stewart; D. Dennison names Tule Duck; A. Lewis names Mattie Howard W. McBryan names Silver Heels; H. L Spencer names Henrietta, and S. Utley names Horace Porter. The Democrats and Republicans held caucus at Sacramento lost night but nothing of a decisive nature was accom plisbed by either. Downey has announced that he will not be a candidate for the Senate, In the Democratic caucus 36 members were present. Much excitement was caused by a statement of Wallace that Swift and Eatee hod made propositions through Edgerton and Swift to support a Demoorat for the short term if the Dem ocrats wonld vote for Booth for the long term. Both caucusses will meet again to-night. Redo, Nev., Dec. 13. A man named Boss was found dead on a trail, between this place and Poeville, and is supposed to have been frozen to death. Elko, Dec. 13. The weather for tbe post four days has bees unprecedented in the history of Nevada. The mercury has ranged from 18 to 2G degrees below zero in some instances. Poultry, hogs and cattle have perished in well protected stables. A number of ranchers have bad their limbs frozen, while . teamsters who have been caught out on the prairies must perish before reaching shelter. Tbe trains are all delayed in consequence of being unable to keep the engines from freezing. Sim Francuco, Dec. 13. The bar is reported breaking badly to-night pre venting the arrival or departure of ves sels. The storm continues with slight intermission. There was a very long and excited ses' sion of the Stock Board to-day, and prices generally ruled higher. There were 92 deaths in this city dur ing the week, and decided abatement of tbe ravages of scarlatina amongst child ren is reported. Foreign. News. The Virginias aad Prlmtn Again Marshal Basalae Alexis Ordered on Another Journey. LoxnoH, Dee, 13, 6:30 a. m. Fourteen persons have been found drowned in the docks since the late fog. ' Many other fatal accidents are reported. Calcutta, Deo. 12. A heavy rain pre vailed over Bengal yesterday, giving great relief to the crops. Fears of famine are now considerably moderate. Pabis, Dec. 12. The Island of St. Marguerett, off Cannis, has been selected as the place of confinement for Marshal Bazaine. He will be sent there this week. , '. . .j, ,:; J' ' " -..j.. Havaka, Deo. 12. The Virginius baa gone to Port of Bohiahonda, CO miles west of Havana, where she will be de livered by a Spanish man-of-war to a United States vessel. Captain General Jouvellar has given the neoessary orders for the transfer of the Virginius prisoners at Santiago de Cuba to an American man-of-war to-day. The Captain Gen eral ia certain tbat his orders will be carried oat and the men delivered at the appointed time. Bt. PrriBSBuao, Deo. IS. The Czar has ordered Grand Duke Alexis on an other journey around the world. The Grand Duke will set out on his tour next Spring. Photoobapbs enlarged and highly fin ished in oil or water colon, unsurpassed at Butterly 4 Fox's Gallery. - d7-tf" NEVADA STATE XEWi. Fatal If nrnto Accxdibt. John Mul cahy, a native of Waterford, Ireland, aged 38 years, was instantly killed aod bis body horribly mangled by falling 700 feet down the shaft of tbe Halo ft Xor cross mine, at 8 JO o'clock jestrrjtv morning. Mulcaby and Join Sullivan were surface oarmen. Small or medium oars are used for the 700 and other levels and larse cars for tbe 1.300 level. A large ear came np from the latter with l note on it ordering some timbers. Sulli van ran the ear off tbe oag and some ten or fifteen lert away from tbe shaft, where he stopped it to peruse tbe note, telling Mulcaby to "come on." The latter, however, had tuned to one of the small 7u0-level cars, which stood on the switch plate, and seemingly in a fit of absent-mindedness, ran it into the open abaft, the sudden drop of the ear jerking him ia after it. He feel from tbe sur face to the 700-foot level, and his bead waa taken off from the chin upward, he was cut in two at tbe hips and both legs were cut off near the knee. Sullivan turned just in time to see Mulcby's feet as he went over the brink of the shaft head-foremost Deceased leaves a wife and children residing in this city. Coro ner Holmes held an inquest on the body yesterday afternoon and the jury re turned a verdict in accordance with the above facts. f. Virginia Chronicle, Dec. 8. A Most DnmEssrso Accidist. A most distressing accident, says the Carson Appeal, happened on the 5ih st the Mint, Mr. Carl O. Appleberg (very generally known as Charley), a Swede, rising fifty ( we should say, employed at the Mint from the time cf tbe laying of the corner stone of it to this day as watchman- was showing some visitors through tbe institution and had sot into the room where tbe rolling machinery is kept; and while pointing out the manner of tne working oi tne ingot roller bis right hand got caught in it and was instantly drawn in and crushed way up to the wrist. His cries at once attracted the attention of the en gineer, who stopped tne engine, and reversed the rollers, bo that when his hand came out it had been rolled both ways, in and out of the apparatus, and was mashed to a flat pulp of bonee, and the flesh and integu ments all stripped off. There waa noth ing in reason to do bat cut it off and end tbe chances of mortification, lockjaw and future dissections and slicings, so Dr. Waters amputated the dreadfully man- led member at tbe wrist. Charley is olng well enough, but is sadly distressed, and mourns the loss of his faithful right hand; but he bos excellent attendance. and need have no fear for the future, for there can never be any Mint management nere or anywnere in tne country that will fail to keep him on the pay roll. Of course the shock is excrutiating and intense. Strangely enough, Charley boards with the widow of Ozro Parker, who lost his life in 1872 by being drawn into some belting at tne Mint. Habby Shbikvxs, conductor on the through passenger train of the Virginia and Truckee Railroad since the comple. tion of the road to Beno.came near dying Saturday night. The gentleman was ill, and sent for a homeopathic physician, who administered something that pro duced spasms. Allopathist physicians were called in, and the Virginia Chron icle concludes as follows; Between 10:55 Saturday night and 8 o clock yesterday morninn. Shrieves had between twentv- five and thirty spasms, fifteen or sixteen of which were very violent, and all sim ilar to those produced by strychnine. We are happy to state, however, that the patient was finally restored to conscious ness and that bis case is now looked npon by bis physicians as a bopeful one. Soteo TciraxL. Twenty-eight feet have been added to the length of this prospecting work daring the past week, making total distance from mouth to header, 5,291 feet. A small stream of water was struck last night, coming in at the bottom of the drift. The rock in the face is hard. At shaft No. 2 they have sank twelve feet since our last report, making total depth to date 791 feet. Shaft No. 3 has been sunk eieht feet: total depth 459 feet. Shaft Ho. 4 has been sunk eleven feot; total depth , G05 feet. F. A. Benjamin, tbe newly ap pointed Assistant Superintendent, has entered upon bis duties. Virginia Chronicle. Tbains Dilated. The eastern bound passenger train over the Central Pacific Railroad was two hours and forty min utes behind time at Beno this morning, and our Virginia and Truckee train waited for it and arrived here at 8 o'clock. The cause of the delay was a snow block ade a short distance this side of Cisco. Virginia Chronicle. Information Wanted. Editob Ezoobd: A day or two ago I had an animated discussion with a friend, who contended that there had never been a legal execution of the death penalty for the crime of grand larceny. I was positive then, and am so yet, that there bad been one some twenty odd years ago, and while I am sure that the statute prescribed the punishment of death for grand larceny, I am still unable to give any particular instanoe of the ex treme penalty for any other crime than that of murder in the first degree. Can you enlighten us on the subject? Inqqibkb. We beg to inform "Inquirer" that he is right. An Act was passed by the Leg islature of California in 1850, allowing the jury, in its discretion, to assess the penalty of death upon a conviction for grand larceny, but it was repealed a few years after. And it is also a fact that at least one execution of the death penalty for grand larceny occurred in California in early days. In San Jose, some time in December, 1851, a Mexican named Theodore Basque! waa convicted by a jury of grand larceny, and the jury assessed the death penalty. He waa prosecuted by John H. Moore, then Dis trict Attorney, and now a practitioner at the bar of San Jose. He- waa defended by Freeman S. McKinney, who met his death at Cavorca, in Mexico, being one of the Crabb filibustering party. Joshua W, Hodman was tbe County Judge be fore whom the ease was tried and by whom the sentence of death was pro nounced. John Yontz waa the Sheriff who executed the sentence. Hall's His tory of San Jose contains the following paragraph on the subject: "Theodore Basques was executed January 30th. He had been convicted of stealing a horse. The punishment, at tbe present day, seems beyond what justice would de mand. In this instance, the punish ment wsa not too serve; the victim was an abandoned wratch, and bad been in dicted several times for crimes for which he bad not beea tried." This is the only instance of which we have any ac count or recollection. FOR CHRISTMAS AND THE f NEW YEAR. MBS. WHYLATP, OS LACOrB STREET, hat J M Retired l"V assortment of Millnery Uooda. of everv description, designed especially for lb apprue-hing Hultdaya, The Mock eoaauee of evwy style of - ItTi,. ruwEitu, FEATHERS, ETC., ETC., of the - 'eesl Osiers uJ most Delicate Tint, at Beasooable Bates. Prices to suit the Times, dltlra MASON & WILCOX, CITY BOOT . SHOP, ir Billy the Stage Boy. Billy the Milk Boy. - - -v p .v Billy the Wood Boy ! MAIN BTBEET, PIOCHE. NT1L FrBTHBB NOTICE VI BAVK BE- DI CED oar Preach Kcrawaa Bmu to the following prices: , , . . Our Best Mining Boots, French Screwed.... 110 Best Call. French Screwed... IS Tbe bum as wt have been nuking heretofore for tli and Sit. . No Iaeltatlaa Nails rasa ajr ma. We aw the latest aad most improved Preach Screw Maeailae invested, which makes the screw and tarns It in the work at tbe same tine. never rips aad never works through and harts tbe feet. Can always be seen la operation at oar shop at any time. We are making the very beet ejconia Work that ean be bad in the city, both ia quality, style and workmanship. son ean always set of as just what yea order and at taeexaci time promised. Ecpainng of all kinds done with neatness and dispatch. , . OCJ&-V MASOH a WILCOX, Whix an enthusiastic editor describes a bride as bonny, and an envious com positor seta her up aa bony, aa waa done at Jacksonville the other day, hope for a season bids the world farewell, and free dom shrieks as the compositor falls at his form, brained by the brother of the blooming bride. ' ; BILLY BELLS) WOOD, MILK. AXD WILL give any person s quicker ride to Bullioa ville than any other conveyance. He also sells milk sod wood st the same old rate. B13-U w. CULVEBWELI. PRITCHARDS Fait Freight and Passenger Line, FROM PALISADE, via EUREKA to PIOCHE. Time About 60 Hours. SLOW FREIGHT, FOfHTEEN DAYS FROM Palisade to Ptoche. Mark goods Diamond 1. t set, Diamond Mow; care of Pntchard, Pell- aue. T. F. LAWLER, Agent at Piocbc, W. L. PRIT CHARD. Proprietor. . dlS-tf Newark Silver Mining Company. uK-uiuoui worae, Ejy Liisinci, iincoju county, Nevada. Notice is htTt-by given that st a meet ing of tbe Board of Trustees of said Company, held on tbe nrst day of December. 173. an as sessment, (No. 6) of One Dollar and Fifty Cents per snare waa levied upon tne capital stock of said Company, payable Immediately, in Cnited States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of tbe Company, Boom No. 1, No. sul California street, San Francisco. California. Any stock upon which said assessment shall remain unpaid on Thursday, the Rth day f Jsaasry, 1814, shall be deemed delin queut.and will be duly advertised for sale at pub. lie auction; and unless payment shall be made before, will be sold on Wednesdav. the 4th dayeif Pebraary, IH1 4, to pay the delinquent awiwwM. tuaeiuer wuu costs OI advertising DAVID T. BAOI.EY. Secretarr. Office Boom No. 1, No. Sol California street. aan fTanciseo, California. dtt-td ATTENTION ! NEW GOODS KOlt THE HOLIDAYS. mHE PIONEER CLOTHIER OF THIS TT X keeps the lart-est and best stocks, conslst- lug OI CLOTHING, f . GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES,' HATS tk CAPS, ETC. Which be offers to the public at large cheaper than those who advertise to sell out at cost. No numoug ana n.i selling out, bat determined to ecu cueeper man tne cheapest. BLANKBTH I At Reduced Prices. Hoots auditors. lil Sl ISS! PH. FELSENTHAL AUCTION SALE! 33. -A. JPIUZEJNI, AUCTION AND COMMIS SION MERCHANT. , SalevBoom, Main St., Pioche Nev. TUESDAY ! Give me a call aad examine for yourselves. H. LEWIS, Brltk building; Mala street, opposite Lacoar, dl-liu Ploehe.Nev. w Furniture and Undertaking ESTABLISHMENT, MAIN STREET, JM PIOCHE, NEV-fsS SPRING ft, PULU MATRESSES, Hlf3.nk.ota, Sheets, ., , PARLOR AND BED-ROOST SETS, Fine Toilet Sets, ; Carpets and Oil Cloth, Window Shades, A Fine Assortment of , ' ', Upholstery Goods, DRAPERY Jso. PAPER HANGING SOUK. fll-tf BILLY'S STAGE ' AND ' J EXPRESS LINE BBTWEIH PIOCHE, BULLIONVUXiJ, AND PANACA. LEAVES PIOCHE AT 10 A. at., FROM Press Wand s Ourner, and BultknvUle at I p. m., from A. Brown's Saloon, fare, fl.OO. From BuUlonvtlle to Panaca aod the Baths, fere to cents. WOODTWOOD ! ORDERS LEFT AT BOOKS k DOLMAN'S or with T. O. Thomas, who will deliver wuod In any part of the city. Milk, Battar aael Battorasllkl At the old rates. " - sell-tf WM. OOLVERWFLL. E. B. Morr, It., I O. H. Fira, I Joint O. Mott, faasssaieneA I 1 ..v. MOTT, FISH &, CO., Meadow VfAlloy at. PIOCHE - NEVADA, And Dealers 2b HARDWARE. MILL AND MM GOODS. Dapont's fiiaistiiiE Giant Purler an. Caps, . Mes ail Fuse, Blacksmith' Hardware, Iron and Steel, STOVES,) -Ancl Tinware. leMf - ' riUESDAY, DECEMBER ltTH, 1873, AT 11 o cio. at., at the Bales uoom, I will a 11 st rublic Auction, to the biebcst bidder A External ve lot ef fine WINES UKD LIQUORS ! Consisting of AXaOE IN f" t z ' ., ' r Foreign and Domestic Wines, Brandy, Whiskey and Gin. Aad a Large Lot of Case Goods Assorted. ALSO I Tht Louie md lot on litadow Vnlley Street, luuwu mm IU U. S. RESTAURANT. Terms Cash, and Goods Deliv ered Immediately After the Sale. E. A. FRIEND and GEO, DAVIS, Auctioneers. $USrll3ttfOUS- '- FROM w OrLD BESPECTFTJIXT AlOCOUHCE TO the citueas of Lincoln County, that rill . FOR THrl NE3CT NINETY Mi 2?e XP. FORWARDING ' fa.rao.uiERfBw. WHOLFSALE DEALER . tM. Floor, Grain, & General lerctandisp TOANO (CP.n. n.) NEVADA Wilt P4 j m lurwmro rrcitatte F, ail A A, H. , y - . - ' " MASONIC 23-aVXsXj. A PUBLIC BALL WILL BE given by the MASONS of PIOCHE, I ! -AT- UUOWX'S HALL, -ON- FB1DAY EVENING, DECEMBER ao, tsja. ADOLPH COHN BRO., SUCCESSORS TO M. OOHN, Wholesale & Retail Dealers CIGARS and TOBACCO And sverything else appertalnini to an estsb- AHeeeoontaduell.'Ootan are payable to the auuLru UUUH a DUO. Ploche, December li. lsra. aiSmU MEADOW VALLEY PIOCHE. T HAVE THIS DAY DISPOSED OF ALL MY a. ..bu. mua iiwe ,o ine Meadow Valley Chop Honse, together with the lease and the flitares ."ie miiidmj, ueo. u. Johnston. twill rncUDfiaTHAL. I ' Ploche, Dae S, 1673. d-lo "ly"- BELU HAVING RENTED THE . . p.,, mm ueo. v. John- f.". ' A0H2uctJh'' nw t-class Re, taurant and Chop Hoase, under the supervision and management of Frank Schoonmaser. d.tf. WM M,x- ... NOTICE OF ?.,r Dissolution of Partnership. TOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE ff,: ?2ct,1r,"P aaretoloreesisUng between be nidsrslsned, in condaetina tbe busneas of the CspitolSsloon, ander the inn namiCol" man a O'Neal, is hereby dissolved by mutual consent, bearing date from Dec. 8, 1873, T B niZS W,U"1"'"B from tbe bnsinees. D. T 9 2 wtU. uotiI10" sae, and par .U bv ftfE"?'"?,. arm. and Soil ec in bills due the firm. T. g. COLEMAM. Ploche, Wev., Dec. S, 1ST3. D" T' OFFEB HIS IMMENSE STOCK OF GROCERIES. PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, MINING AND HILLING GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, HATS, ETC, Ullll IT ! - BEING DENIItOl'a OF CLOSING OCT Bl'SINESJS IN THIS STATE. LEGITIMATE SALE, WITHOUT RESERVE t WE MUST SELL OUT. HOUSE. & LOT, IN PIOCHIE. TWO WAREHOUSES, STORE FIXTURES, HORSES AND WAGONS, ron batiB. PH. FELSENTHAL, 8TONU BTOIIE, Mala Stmt, Opposite Meadow Val ley Sts-aat, Ploone, Nev. oia-aptf JACOBS r & SULTAN, Ploche & Bulllonville. Wropbulb Aim BaTan. Daauas n GEWSBAJ., WjWlUNDISS, ETC a a v , ; J "srUcnlar attention paid to ' ZsTS-VCr GROCERY STORE, MAIN STBEET PIOCHE, Tws Doors Above the Slats Baak. ON WEDNESDAY, OCT. 22, 1873, IKE PHILLIPS WILL OPEN HIS STOCK OF GROCERIES fi PROVISIONS rilHlS STOCK COMPRISES EVEKYTH1NO I in the line of Groceries and Provisions, in- v,uuiuB wires and natrons. Having been Purchased for Cash, hs rsn afford to sell at tbs Lowest Rates. Competition is Defied, and Sat isfaction Guaranteed, - Both aa to the QUALITY AND PRICE ' Of the Goods Offered. 1KB PU1LLIPS. Pioche, October IS, 1I7S. olD-tf GLORIOUS NEWS FOR. PIOOHH I EICH SURFACE DIGGINGS Discovered on Main street, on the site of the Mammoth Boot and Shoe Siore, FOMreBLT FLINN'S, NOW CONNOLLY it STEPHEN. WE I1E8PECTPTTLI.T INVITF. OTO MANY Mends, and the public In general, to Ci ns s csll snd see our immense stock ot ----- - w...u wd nave saaaaeaei per . below former prices. Wooob- "He assortment of Hen s Miniug Boots, from 5 to 17; Gent's Dress Boots from A tn aa T ... ; , at . , - ' wt, Duun in great va. ty. foni SIM to tlu; atlases', from SI. 60 to - ' ,luul vl mj e-); us Dies snore not &1 sv; Lsdies and Gents' Slippers from SI CtSTOM DEPARTMENT. . Men's Mining Boots made to order, French KlTt from tn alii, j-5 At a i B, French Calf, made right from the very " br"?d o' French Calf Skin, vith red. toiler Winter and Bid. Gents' Winter snd Riding Boots, tb order," Rus! slaa Leather, SW to fa. Ws import no boot required ourselves in anjr stria After 1(1,1 a hmuu i i . . . " ' " ' " ui" oasinrni wo are sblM to guarantee onr euatomers that e ean So SS. ict "-" not bs beat for st;le. durability and cheapness in the State. JAM 17 U itAVk.'! IT W a a. 1 uniuui a . o. STEPHENS, ' Mala St., Ploche, opposite HslpinV?e0, WOOD TEAMS! WOOD TEAKS WAHTED f 5 Ta Baal Two Haadred Cards of WaoA. . ..... , Apply to iAMES CBONAB. DR. C. HAREH0ERC, "Phsrssiolem 4a Svirsroon. Omc OH MEADOW TAtXET STREKT, In Logan's Lodsina Hoaaa. . ... , . . neela mtmmmUnm mmlA ft. i Ours guaranteed or money refunded, - OSLne Iiamm In a n fttii . froaTloTr-1 --""f- , saw SSB s 1 s 'Sj til Parts of Eastern Nevada ....An.... Idaho Territorv. WITH DISPATCH A TO AT Loa Going Bales, Mark Goods WWT Car r. r. Harz, Toaaa, Kevaaa JA8. CBONANeat at Fkxha.' CITY MEAT MARKxa "53 Jk "53 Fiiat door above Halpln's Hardwsn Slon MAIS STBEET, PIOCHE, mtu, Ma). PECK At Co.. Proprietors. fTTBIS XEW MARKET BAR itST Bra . . as ussm Hj An aUsSCUM With aVrVthlnaT NttiTanlcnt mA '"l FRESH, SALT AND DRIED MEATS Of all kinds, and always the very brat tsi eonntry affords; such aa Beet; Pork, Mattoa ad VaaL Sausage of all Kindt. The Proprietors ail! do their beat fn and satisfy all customers, Keatlerca Tallow tor Ml lie aad Mia, ue rerpewa All orders delivered free of chama j i Uy custom solicited. ems IS A CALLI tut MALLET'S MARKET. AT TBI OLD STAND, o Main St Opposite Lacour, Is the Plato ta Bay The Best and Cheapest IN PIOCHK. IT it 1 1 ' Beef, Mutton r Veal, Pork, -SAUSAGES AND SAUSAGE MEAT. Doa't forgwt tho plaoa. oW u. ABACI k 00. FRANK WHEELER & CO., IMPORTERS AND DEALER8 In General Hardware, rjuooooa UUSOOM ru, ooona mill oonns Mill Goods muswoss sou, SOON am, eocea Mtuoooos Mining Ooods Mining flood. Mining Ooods MlnugtsUtunTp nnnnQMlnlngOoesi Mining Ooodsliflimi UUUlJOMInin, Oooel Mining Ooods Mining Ooods Mining Ooods Iron and Steel, Stoves of all Kinds, Eito BtO BtO StO. Tinware Tinware' Tinware Tinware A Snvply of lllllTAntTinwar.T isvus TiBW.lt Oa hand; also Tin Work Ksecatrd pnaal ly at reasonable rates. STONE STORE, Upper slain street, Pioohe, SeTadk SDlO-tf J J. HALPIN & CO. piocbs. mvASs Importers and Dealers la HARDWARE, Mill and Mining Ooods, ron ana steel. Cat Pip Steam and Oas Fittings, House Furnishing Qoods, ' Stoves, Tin and Oopper Wars. Cutting end Fitting Oa Pip Done on Short Kotioe. JEBSOP'B CKLKBilATED TEU. Toy, Blcklard Oo.-S Fuss, . agents for the Olant Powdcri 0A11T0EKIA POWDEB COMPAJT an- lou pipifah. rPBE ROSK3RCCIAK WERE A SECT 0 A l"nilosophers who aourisnea ia ""-"1 during the seventeenth century, sad proeK" profound resesrehes Into Satural Scltafssa. uccuit Philosophy, sad sought to aisco. j aXIXnt OF LIFE. , k.M twrS aitnonga seme snpeminea aiaj - 1B ueveiopea among taeia ana otner il-uit sesrch for the Elisir Vila, yet there Is """"Jr gy. Thex were impressed with the propernts " ' HERB Alt PBEPABATIOS. hnJ limnlii mi naveholOStC ft 11 extract of certain plants. . , . ' ' ' . . a viarot I. dn. to the researches of s '""'Zim. Europe among the archives of tbs W" eataoeai ...... fnarervv nnrVRSiEtrT BEBaA, Gathered at such seasons of the year whes juices an strongest sno mate, forming a oomhlnatlea nanvaUed la rP rta medloa. - PipirAx Issa enemy to all eorrupllon H fortlles Kature. Its manner of optratK- And the . . . VarU arnwa aa s a And throttga the pons of -,, emnaotortes of the body, the 1M molest It, glvliif relief even ia as most rerrartorTand diBcnltto esj "Jj: Neuralsta, Dypsla, OoeailpeH. K ache, Marvona Weaaaeas snd """ , an pleasant to the taste, mna ia -,,sus, oas ia Its effects snd wTJJrt,ltsr Csed aa a beverage In malarioosd Irallsas miasma and parvenu rev" TZdlt"