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VIDXIIDAT, . MAT IT. iB NOT1CK. As the Fawn Dailt Baooatt will hereafter tie tmm bj the Eaooaa Puauauura Coarrurr. all 4 vert lam iuU froaa thla data bium ba settled wtta aaid aorapaaj only. No an la aetborutod toeoatrsetdebtt lor thla Company antra, by the Wrltt order of R 8. Oeowur. K COORD PCBLI8HIJIU COMPANY. Ptoeha, Deoenber Mta. Mia. BLACK HILLS. Tk Usi aooouuU (ram tha B'.ack Bills bow bad eoaditiou cf tlilogt. Handndi of laierioaa citin have beea lured into tba wilderness Ut from id or supplies sod Harronnded bj hos lils Indians. Tbs Utter are said to ba indulging, to their heart ooatent, in thir favorite occupation of throat slit tins;, scalp taking and stealing. All this excitement and consequent suffer ing, is tbs direct sequence of tbs fa maw rallltarjr Iilack ' iTilla expedition which, last year put through that le gion. What sirs the motive whloh aoMd that recoonoiasane or its im mediate object, bare nerer been ex plained. It is bowsrer reasonable to Sena me that the employment of so largs foree, at so great an expense, nut have bad some speoiBo objeot. What it was Heaven knows.1 Tbs resalts hare been what might bats been antiolpated to oanss an immenie and widespread ex dtement and a vast amonnt of anffer ing and loss of life. Not only that, but tbstnrbnlent redskins bars an exonss for any atrocity tbat their minds, fer tile in fiend is b devices, may invent and could redno to praetioe. That region was set apart for tbeir nee nnder solemn obligations whloh should not lightly have been broken.' Now thousands of intruders have entered and are daily entering it. The Indians, as might be expeeted, are on the war path and an expensive and bloody Indian war will be the result. If Ibis is a specimen of the management of Indian affairs by the In terior Department, it is tint it was taken away and given to others, who are not malicious fools as well as rogues. ' The Houss still wants to know. This time It wants to become acquainted with the correspondence respecting the conduct of the crooked whisky trials. The telegrams say that its pro duction will be detrimental to the publio Interest as it will caase many things to become known whioh should be kept aeoret. As daring the Baboock trial tbs defence was as well posted as the prose cation respecting the movements of the latter. II will only be fair that tbe little fish shall have as good a chance as the ex-Private Secretary. By the by, tbat reminds one of the famous subscription that was gotten up by ei-SeoreUry Borie nd Chandler and Shepherd to reimburse poor, prosecuted Baboock for the ex penses of tbe trial. The recompense tbe fellow ought to have received was tbe penitentiary. If he does not ran ewav. like bis aocomplloe Harriogtoo, it is highly probable tbat he will yet wear a peculiarly variegated dress at the ex pense of tbe United States. Tbe New York Herald acse rts tba Blains is still ou the anxious seat. He is yet explaining and vindicating. While be Is about it be might as well explain tbat paragraph whioh makes bim out tha richest among tbs Presidential candi dates on his side of the house. The system of econemy which baa enabled him to reap suoh great profits and sav ings out of a modorate salary ought to be made publio for the benefit of others less expert than himself. It must be a most valuable system and publio spirited citizen ehonld not hesitate in Riving tbe people at large the benefit of bin discovery. Fog-born Allen is still tooting the greenback heresy. One wonld have thought tbat the last campaign in Ohio would have taught him better. It bow ever seems not, for he still swears by rags, or what the greenback 'idiots call "cheap money;" that in, making prom ises to pay, whioh nobody intends to fulfil. Of late we have missed from tbe columns of the Virginia Enterprise those ind gnant lamentations over its mnoh nbna'd pet, Shepherd of Washington. How is it tbat tbat enlightened patriot ia not receiving his usual meed of admir ation from bis devoted adherent and henchman, the Enterprise. 0. P. Huntiugton, the Central Psoino man, says A. A. Cohn was dug out of tbe coal heaps of the Paoifie Hail scan dal. Before that fellow Cohen has done with Huntington and his crowd he and they will wish tbat Cohen bad never been extracted from those coal heaps. It Is noticeable tbat all tbe little, mis erable, one-burse towns whioh dot the railroad between Bait Lake and Omaha, are doing what ia in their power to spread false and delusive accounts of the Black Hille. The telegram aays tbat a California horretnen ha undertaken to ride 305 miles lo fifteen hoars. It is supposed that tbe daring rider has been sitting in the vats of lanyard for tbe last six months. The Carson Tribune calls San Fran cisco the "City of Bin." We suppose the Tribune means Ah Bin. Probably it ia not far wrong, for those fjan Francisco dooks net more like Chinamen than anything else. Tbe New York Bun claims a daily cir culation of over 138,000 copies. What does that amount lo when tbe Virginia Enterprise disapproves of tbe editor, Mr. Dana. It is reported tbat Fog-horn Allen will eaplnre tbe Ohio Democratic Conven tion and leave Thtrman out in tbe cold. Good mines of argentiferous galena bate been found on Kimball Island, Greet Salt Lake. The Baltimore Gaiette says that there wee time when the Justine of the Su preme Court did not discuss on the side walks the questions whloh were likely to rosss before them for final adjudication. POOR ERISTOW. Well, tbe little one horse, malicloua politicians managed to get slap at Bristow, in manner peculiarly cbarae teristio of their small eonls. Some of the New York friends of the honest Kentockian, thoagbt they wonld pay him a compliment. They proposed him as a member of tbe Union League Club of New York. On scrutinizing tbe ballots, it was found tbat bs bad been blackballed. Yes, soms of tbe members of a club, supposed to represent par ex cellence, the Union ssotiment of the great city of New York, were actually mean enough to safely insult with tbe cheap method of blackballing a man who has done so much to discover and punish rogues aud to protect the in terest and honor of tbe country. No wonder the great mass of the members were honestly and intensely indignant. It was not only a petty insult directed by impotent malice, against an honest and capable official, but was a stain on tbe honor cf tbe club. Nobody did it. Of course nobody wonld own it, but nererlbileft there was the shameful fact. Tne whisky ring with its allies of corropt politicians and dishonest offi cials, could not successfully meet or destroy Bristow in publio, but they could stab him in tbs back in lbs bonse of his friends. Of course the petty slight will amount to nothing. Bristow stands, if possible, higher in the es timation of tbe purer and better element of the club. The oircumstsnce is signi ficant of the envenomed hate of a power ful portion of tbe party, with which be is identified. Among the mass of its members, Bristow. undoubtedly takes high rank. By them he is admired an d respeoted. Not so with the wirepullers, ths pipe-layers, tbe ward managers, the bar-room leaders of the organization. By them Bristow is bated like poison and with reason, for lo (hem he is just as fatal. If hs controls, their occupation is gone and they know it. Unluckily however, they have and do to a great ex teut manipulate and direct the move ments of tbe party. That very condition of things made ns say what we have so often observed, that in Cincinnati Bris tow would be slaughtered. The pro fessional politicians, the Indian and, ths offlaial rings, the hureauoracy general ly, will not touch bim. He and tbey are antagonistic They niuit have more pliable and manageable material than Bristow is made of. Therefore as those very men will rule tUe roast at Cincin nati, Bristow' cbauoe ia very slim. They sneer at bis claims which they call a sentiment. Other folks would call it a quality and a very noble one, for it Is honesty. People however differ in tbeir ideas about that matter. How the ringsters and their official allies re gard it is well exemplified by those illomened black balls deposited in the balloting nrns of tbe New York Union League. NEVADA NEWS. At tbe Eureka County Hospital on the lUtb Timothy Coter.an inmate.died after a short illness of pneumonia. The Eureka Sentinel of 11th says that hereafter no stages will leave Eureka for Hamilton and I'ioche on Humlnys. The agent at this place yesterday received a telegram to that effect. The routes ore being changed and Sunday will be a "lay over day" with all hands henceforth. Tbe first monthly dividend of ths Cal ifornia Mining Company added to the similar dividend declared by the Con solidated Virginia Miuiug Company puny, swells up a grand total of f 2,1(10, -000 tba most niAgmtioent regular month ly dividend ever declared by any mine or ore body in the world. Tbe Elko Independent of the 11th says W. R. De Frees, of tbe De Frees mine at Tusc-arora, who has just returned from San Franoisoo where he bea been en gaged in prosecuting extensive arrange ments for the successful working of the company's valuable property, informs them that the machinery for a 20-stamp mill baa been ordered by the company, which will be ut Elko for sbipmeut in two weeks. A strong force is at work at the site of the new eighty-stamp mill of the Cali fornia Mining Company at Virginia City. It will stand a short distance east of the C. and C, shaft. Tbe huge pits which are to receive tbe stone foundations of the batteries and eu gines are fast being exoavated. The boilers are ou.tbe ground, also the bat tery blocks and other heavy timbers. When this mill is completed the pulp from it will be run to tbe present Cali fornia pan-mill and tha pulp from the present stamp-mill will be run to and worked at the new Consolidated Vir ginia mill, the former working California and the latter Consolidated Virginia ore. Tbe Virginia Enterprise or the 9th remarks: A few days since n. W. Hay don, a carpenter and builder, who was Arrested on a oharge of bigamy, took his departure from this place la an unos tentatious way. Hd had the contract for tbe building of the residence of II. J. Harris, of the firm of Harris Brothers, and when he was arrested ou a cburge of bigamy Mr. Harris went his buil. Mr. Harris also gave him 91, GOO with whioh to pay bis workmen and to pny for building materials. Haydon paid for noting; but, saying he was going to Truckee for lumber, took bis second wife, his tool-chest and all the coin aud vamosed, leaving Mr. Harris to pay tba workmen and foot all bills. Haydon did not feel at ease here after the arrival of the first wife. He saw that she would make it very sultry for him. The Belmont Courier, referring to the recent trouble at Tybo occasioned by the' arrival of a number of Chinese wood- ohoppers, gives the following version of tbe matter: Tbe 3 U Company, nnder the expectation of doing an immense business during tbe coming summer, has let numerous and large contracts for the farniahintr of their arnrki iiK gregating some millions of bushels. The iHjnipaujr umima insi ins prioes are upon a white labor basis. Tbe contrac tors claim tbat tbey have eudeavored in vain to procure white laborers in Eureka and Belmont, and elsewhere, and having failed must employ any kind of labor pro eureable or pay tbe penalty named in their contracts for a failure to fulfill, wnion to most mean ruin. Under these eirenmatanoes a dozen Chinamen were bronsht in and set to ehoni'ino wonil A large number of tbe workiogmen btld an indication meeting and about mid night escorted tiiem out of town. In the morning the partiea desiring tbeir labor, or those in Heir interest, followed after and escorted them beck, leaving etveial armed and determined men to keep guard over and protect tLem. An other meeting was clld and attended by about 150 men, each of whom was well armed, at wbich it was resolved not to be rash or resort to violence, as also to give the contractor twenty-foor hours in which to consider tie Diatter. At or about tbe end of this time, tbe obnoxious Chinamen still at work under tbe armed guard, tbe Chinese faction presented tbeir ultimatum, viz: Tbe Chinese to lesvs within a specified time, or they and their employers to be forcibly ejected from tbe camp. The Chinamen were not only allowed, bat were glad to de part, tbe anties furnislJog them money to pay expenses to Eureka. Thus ends a difficulty wbich at tbe time promised to result in bloodshed. Tbe old or resi dent Chinese were in no way molested. On Saturday nigbt last, says tba Eu reka Sentinel of tbe lltb, the little daughter of S. W. Backhaul, about four years of age, residing on a ranch seven miles north of town, wandered away from home and became lost. As nigbt approached and no tidings were received of the little one, a number of coal burners organized a Marching party for the missing child. All night the party scoured the country without ' success, but on Sunday morning they succeeded in finding tbe object of their search in a canyon about three or four miles from Buckham's. The little girl was ram bling about in tbe saga brush, and al though she bad been out all nigbt, ap peared unconcerned about the matter, bhe was accompanied by a little dog be longing to her parents, who proved a faithful protector to its little mistress. Tbe animal seemed greatly pleased when tbe men found them. The youthful wanderer was soon restored to her over joyed parents, who had passed a terrible night of suspense and were well nigh distracted over tbe disappearance of their child. Thb Silvkb Qcbstion. A good deal of nonsense is written about the depre ciation of silver and the wickedness of the government in issuing silver coins for their value in greenbacks. It is certuin that silver, whether we call it money or spoons, will not bring more than it is worth, no matter what Con Rress may do in tbe way of legislation. That is a queation that will always set tle itself. In the meantime we are glad to see tbe silver coin coming back into circulation. They may not be worth as much as greenbacks in tbe eyes of some, but the people will be glad enough to take as many of them as tbe govern ment con Bpare. rN. Y. Herald. Bocj'imin Uarriaon, of Santa Rosa, Bays be has discovered a method of work ing sulphurets go as to save all tbe gold. The process is introduced between tbe crushing and amalgamating as usually practiced. It is intended more particu larly for highly sulphurated rock. When there is any lead in the rock it is saved or thrown aside, as desired. It is saved entirely separate from. the gold and in a uietalio form in little lumps. From this residue of sulphurets, a paint can be made whioh the inventor claims will pay all tbe expense of the process. This residue is from tbe sulphurets them selves, and is reduced to another form to make tbe paint, which is saved or not, as desired. The Memphis Appeal says: It was not a good day for alligators yesterday, but the Appeal prnfeaeor of animated nature saw ubont three hundred, real live fel lows, bellowing and blowing like fury at the hnudreda of curious people peering at them at long taw. They were on board the steamer Robert Mitchell, en route to the Philadelphia Centennial. Some of them were huge fellows, and from their immensity and ugliness looked as if they were attending tbeir fourth centennial jubilee. They were captured in the Florida swamps and will be placed in tbe division nxaigui d to tbat State ou the Ctntenni.il grounds. NOTICE. My wlte, Annie Williams, havlrg left my bed anil board on ber own account, I am no longer responsible for ant will not pay any bill contracted by her. Ploehe, Way IStU, 187(1. njyKMra iXIJAU WILLIAMS. Bt'LLIO.WIllE STAGE. CHANCE OF TIME. milE F.ULLIONVILI.E STAGE WILL IIERB 1 after Leave I'loche at 10 a. m., lteturn tnjc at 5 1 in,, Giving parties a thow to spend the day at Bui Uvmville and return towards evening. A team always on hand at the Bulllonville stable lor the accommodation of parties wishing to go to the Hot HprlnK" or elsewhere. Billy, the Milk Bov, haa Fresh But ter aud Milk alwaya on hand and is ready to supply every one. Iave orders at Bam Dau ner's, Meadow Valley and Main streets. myW-lin NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS! P. HARBISON lias Just Received a Large and Varied Assortment ot WALL PAPER Direct from Eastern Factories nif Stock of FURNITURE, BEDS AND HRDDINO, SPMG BUTTRESSES, &., Ti not surpassed in Ban Francisco. IVXOT7XsXXZT08 Of all kinds for PICTURE FRAMES. A variety of Fancy Articles, all of whkh will be SOLD AT RATES TO SUIT THE TIMES. CI ALL AND EXAMINE BIS STOCK BXFOBI J purchasing eUewhere. P. HARRISON. Main street, opposite Wlla, 1 argo It Cos office. There U bait u Jo OflUe la PUrhe that f ths Record. EAELVAEE. J. J. HALPIN & CO., IMPORTERS AT DKALZK8 15 HARDWARE, Mill and Mining Goods, 2 Iron, .... Stool, STOVES AKD TIXWARF, 13 lnostlnc Powdor, Giant Powder and Fuse. WE ARB PREPARED TO CUT AND FIT OAS PIPE, and mannfactnre all kinds of Tin. Sheet Iron and Copper Work. We will guarantee to Rive aatlefacttan on all gooas man actured by us, and at Liowor Priceai Than any other firm in Piocbe. JeSO-tf J. J. tlALPIM fc CO. S. S. DANNER HAB BiorurtD THE Meadow Valley Brewery, Main and Meadow Valley Streets, as a FIRST-CLASS SALOON. mm? PRopRrnrnn takps titmrci tw 1 in form ing old patrona and new ones, that u win continue 10 seep trie FINEST WINES, MtH'ORS & CIGARS :n this market. There Is also Club and Card Rooms con nected with tne above establishment. CHve liim. a. Call. uij9-tf PHILADELPHIA BREWERY, Mala Street, Ploehe, Schustrich & Kleine, Prop'rs, IS FURNISHING A SUPERIOR ARTICLE of LAGER BEER, in quantities to suit, at tne lowem nies. adjoining camps supplied on EVERY OTHER DAY STAGE LINES. Pioonia 33XT3E1.33: PARE $33.00. HALF-DAILY FROM HAMILTON TO ROBIN)ON AND SCIIKLL CREEK, AND TRI-WEEKLY FROM HAMILTON TO CEEKEY CKEIK EVERT OTHKR PA FROM P1CCHE TO SflT LAKE CITY. PARE TO TKBJI1X1K, $10. GILMER St SALISBURY, Proprietors. CARRYING C. S. MAIL AND WELLS. FAB QO k OO.'B EXPRESS. The Three Lines aewly Stocked with Fine AMERICAN HORSES and new CONCORD COACHES. Stages leave Ploehe at 8 o'clock A. M., making clone connection with Railroad Stage from Hamilton. Office at Wells, Fargo it Co. 'a. n21-tf G. R. ALEXANDER. Druggist ana Apothecary. KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE lot of Pure Drugs, Medicines Chemicals, Perfumer), Soaps, .AVD.a rvll Toilet Article. .. .AT THB.... - LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE. Mala St., Piocbe, apposite Laconr St. nij3-tf MRS. MAHONEY HAS ON HAND TDK LARGEST AND HANDSOMEST Aaaaortment of Spring and Summer MILLINERY rpHAT HAS EVER BEEN EXHIBITED IN Flowers, Silks and Bittons, Of every ghade, and New Goods Every Week. ap26-tf O. Hnrocmaos. Oeo. t. Rrras. HENDERSOty RIVES Stock Brokers, HAVE MOVED TO TBE BRICK Bl ILD ING orrapled bar Wells, Vargo A Co., Main street, where tbey will continue to BUY & SELL STOCKS STRICTLY ON COMMISSION. COBKESFONDENTSi Ucsan. WOODS FREEBORN, Stock Brokors. Messrs. W KLLS, FARGO & CO., Bankers, ure-tt BAR F1ANCIBOO. KISCELLA5E0US. A. COHN Ic BRO. Wloluale and Retail Dealers AJD DOHESTIO Cigars and Tobaoo cs MEERSCHAUM and OTHER PIPES Portaaaenr, Coaafas aad Broihea Etc, Etc Haia street, opposite Meadow Valley at mlS-tf. REMOVAL! REMOVAL ! J. 1TESBITT Ss BRO., MAIN AND LACOTTB STREETS, PIOCHE, ' COMMISSION MERCHANTS, . OCAUXS JS Utah Produce and Ceneral Merchandise. IMPORTED WINESI DND- 'LIQTJORS. n-tf 8. O. STEELE. J. A. TUBBILL. STEELE fc TTJRRILL, DIALKHS a o-n-iasr,' IIAY nrxd FIiOTJH And all kinds of PRODUCE. FREE CORRAL, open to Teamsters. A STTPPLT OF onocuniEs OR HARD. STEELE ft TTJBRILL. OlJ-lf Lower Main street. Ploehe, Net. LILIENTHAL & CO., WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, NO. 2523 CALIFORNIA ST., SAN FRANCISCO. tT SOLE PROPRIETORS OF "SH WHCI1E CELEBRATED TO CYRUS NOBLE WHISKIES. ap2-tf FREIGHTERS. EUREKA AND PALISADE RAIL ROAD. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. GfREAT REDUCTION -IN RATES OF FREIGHT ! SHORTEST AND O.I ICKEST ROUTE TO PIOCHE, VIA EUREKA AND PALISADE R. R. AND FAST FREIGHT TEAMS. Bates cayable In United States gold coin or Its equivalent. All Consignments of Goods Forwarded with Promptneaa and Dispatch. No forwardlag wr voinmiaaioa tnarjree. Mark Ooods Care "E. A P.R.B." All Liqnora and Liquids will be transported only at the owner's risk of leakage. On and After May lat aad aatll No vember lat. INTO, Rates on all Flrst-Class Freight from Palisade to Ploehe will be Three (3) Cents per Pound, including transfer at Pal isade and Eureka. elS-tf W. E. GRIFFIN, Agent HUGH WHITE OFFICE Over Wells. Fartro it Cm. Halt Lake city. BRANCH and Warehouse Termlaas of V. 8. H. H. FORWARDING ....AND.... COMHIMJMST. a STEROIIANTITRV Ulnuiv.n. ,VrdKl " points in Tlntlo and South. Also to Ploehe and other Points to Southeast era Nevada. PIOCHE FREIGHTS A SPECIALTY. BUYERS, SAMPLERS AND SHIP a-a.ni vw una AND BULLION. ( Trfc Hnv KM salt lake city vSlS-f k'V inJTUh ''K"""Mumfe luring w ouggwa, lanugos, as, a smntoQ. W. H. GRIFFIN, A(at. All Liquors and Liquids will be transported - - m ,w v, Muan. sarlTlyr- AiJTMs, largo Go's. CIOTHISG, BRYG0QTETCj CLOTHING CLOTHING WAR! War to War to War to JOSEPH RICH, The Great Opposition Clothier of Pioche Will not Stop Until he Ereaka the ' Clotliing Monopoly. DOCVN WITH PRICES! DOWN WITH PRIfTS DOWN WITH PRICES! MUST BE! SHALL BE! JOSEPH RICH, OF THE OPPOSITION CLOTHING STORE IS IN THE FIELD. DOWN! (SO SAYS THE OPPOSITION STORE) WITH PRICES I Suits oi Esglish Gccds fcr $12, worth $18 At JOS. RICH'S. SUITS OF ENGLISH GOODS FOR $13, WORTH 910 At JOS. RICH'S. HEAVER SACK SUITS FOR )18, WORTH $13, At JOS. RICH'S. i BEAVER FROCK SUITS FOR $19, WORTH $!10, AT JOSEPH RICH'S. OVERCOATS FOR $10. WORTH (17, AT JOSEPH RICH'S. CHINCHILLA SACK COATS FOR $8, WORT $15, AT JCS. RICH'S SUITS MADE TO ORDER $45, WORTH $73, AT JOSEPH RICH S, SUITS MADE TO ORDER FOR ISO, WORTH $45 AT JOS. IUCH-. Twenty Dozen French Blacl Eoeelin Pants at $7, Worth 112. Twenty Dorrn Black Beaver Pants at $7.50, Made etrerially kr lit Mil,. Ten Dozen Black Silk Velvet Vests at Jfl, Worth 9. Thirty Dozen Cansimere Vests at $5, Worth 18. SO. Twenty Dozen Black Cloth Vests at 14, Worth $7. Fifty Dozen Casslmere Pants from $3 to $0 a Pair. Three Hundred Pair MlsBion Blankets at 18 per Pair One Hundred Dozen Overalls at 7S Cents per Pair. Fifty Dozen Mission TJndershirta and Drawers at f 1.7G per Fair. Fifty Dozen Heavy Ovcrshirts, Reduced Fifty percent. One Hundred CaBes Tyrrell's Boots, Reduced 60 per cent. One Hundred Dozen Hats, the Latest Stjle. Rednccd CO per Cent. HOW 18 THAT FOR HIGH, MINERS CF PIOCKFf AIL DIE 1III rii Pio.hAeT ,T?d..T JOS' 1UCU 8 tREAT sin1oS; AVif 'iaf-fi FR0M fcCLLIOKVTLLT', take notice. TVn't buy until you rre the Ittftt rtfti tt JOB. nZCIX OppcsitUu Clotbkr.lutiuitul Store. ONWARD! TRIUMPHANT! .JONAS COHN DEFYS COMPETITION! WILL CONTINUE TO SELL HIS -AT BEING A PIONEER ........ - ' IN THAT LINE OF BUSINESS. IT IS Impossible for any 1TEW CONCERN To Undersoil COME ONE! COME ALL! ni l. A NR. "ATIbFY YOURSELVES AND YOUR Of "ET-BOOK 'j.tf YOUR anipEi WAR! the Knife ! the Knife the KnifS V AS i -AND- 8CCH- ONWARD -THAT- EMYDOE '4