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.TJ'14I. JIXY 13. 1!7! CON DENSED TELISG R A MA 1 "' JW..nj;lt Irul .n. havt; itcen t.iken tj Ova a bjriMoks t-j he t;-nfinei t3;ero a l'ris nr,w ; of war. Thy uertj taken ii a camp of ' I: tSU'oH in Iil.-iJlO. A 'uixid burnt at Rapid City, m tho I?lack swept away kouat aud animals and J.- . Huveral mon. I'. M. Hard wick, a mrmber elect of the (Vislitution&l Convention of California from ii:- Assembly district of Mercwl and Mari-j-vuvi. i-onntieti, diod at his rosidonco on Wod- 0. -i ly. A j lry ban bwn impaneled in the More inn .lor cam at San BiienaTontur.i. 1 h jm.ia Wall.vco, the notorious burglar and iiw '-do ha been fetched back to Sun Fran .)H0' by detoo.tivw Coffuy. IIo was captured in Maryland. Hi-.- wreck of the ship "Western Shore" iyi?) on Duxbury lleef near San Fraacuco, ka-t b.sen sold for a more song. She will go to peel's. Tho ooal which she was laden with, C.HOO tons, sold for the paltry nr.ni of $75. llcv. J. II. Ruby who has boon taking too wu-Ii of his namesake, took his own life with a p !.'-.! in a pawnbroker's shop iu San Fran oa TTiursdiiy. i'uo estate of the Lito Isaac Friedlander is prLi:i.Mnood in gov! condition. His business 4.U-: e his failure, has beer. luostfy in ths way of ro-nmi.wions. Yi: ; Sublime Porte will enter irtt' a con cti.m with England for the surrression of '. ' ivo trade. K.r.jKTor William of Germany is evidently hu.-f - ut all recovery, lie is now quite help- 1. w.. His ag u too great to bear him up un d.c t.-.f trying shock. I;i 1 natives of New CaUd mia in tha South PVie have risen aiinnt thu white (mostly I V ? and 1--fteowntil I'M men women and k'f.Mnsfie'd renews the assurance of hi d ..'i'.;iisheil consideration by rcn.a;-kiiig a Wednesday's sitting of tUe Berlin Counts ta 1 '.? gratifying res-ilts reaclnnl thereby rv 1: :.;nlv duo to the i-rai.fVi!f and devoted eTmt.i i f the illustriinw l'te!LUB:it of the Con Kr.v.t 1 oeaning Bwmarclt. -" .arv KvvU hna jrono to Vermont to '.produce the following frr.in the Teas lv:.,;r..! Wi'. or C.:. t i.s of yesterday : tiiiton, July 11. The President to oved Gun. Chester Arthur, Collector :ns at the port of New York, and ap Vohitf.i T A Mirritt, prenout Surveyor o" V.i ! rt. m ha stead. lie biso removed A. !'. C'.rneli, Naval 0:Ucer, and uppointed :u Ins .- icccsaor Silas W. Burt, tlie present IVc.t Naval tllicer. ,-, 111., July 11. James I. Dimmit i':k v unity, ww ii Jininated to-Hav by the K.'.i n' 'V' uii of the Eleventh CurieMional K Island, ill.. July 11. -Gen. Thorn li -nd Tson, the present member, was re jr.omr. tf d for Congress by the Republican Ciii .it: ii of the hiith District by acclama- . ...1 to 'Uy. D iTi, 11L, July 11. -The Republicans to d.v n-r.i-nated K. A. Thomas for Congros fr.Tii .l i district. J..ii. :i;iore, July 11. Gen. Ferdinand La trooo was elected Mayor to day by the follow lijj v.itn. Latrulie, 14,018; Richard H. Smith ((rrd..-nb,i.-ker), 1,o!9 Latrobe s majority I Jil'V A s.'v-. io and destructive storrn pass'dover j.nrt. of Wisconsin 011 Wednesday evening. J.inma 'aUon Webb is reported to be de eidedly bettor. Th' Sh&fer-Sexton billiard watch is de clared ll. The tramps of Iowa and Wisconsin have le'or:)e a serious nuisance. They take pos eion of r.'tilway trains and compel the eon ductors to give them free rides. Thy situation on the Bannock front seems Hhadowvf forth by the following dispatch from Gen. Howard to Gov. Chadwick: We appeared, to have met the main body of the Indiwis. It will bo necessary to treat those Columbia Indians who are aiding the enemy with gmcloJ and boats and ammuni i.ion just, aa Kress and Wilkinson are doing. No lan;e place lik Hoppncr, Pendleton or Wal!a WalJa is in danger from them. They kill herds, isolated farmers and small parties, and seel: for horses more than for any other property . The smallest stockade keeps thm i'.T. I have sent a column in pursuit of those who escnped from us yesterday after the bat tle, and am encamped here near water, to rest and refresh our animals, while our scouts ex amine the trails in different directions." A Rtfu Pavpkr. - Tho Eureka Leader tell3 of an opulent pauper as follows: One of the recent irumlUsa of the County Hospital, now discharged, was financially fixed, ho liariug on several occasions during lis sojourn in that institution exhibited a purse containing at least f'JOO in gold, and Itoaatui:; to his companions that he had prop erty raluo.d at $5000. Inquiries since made prove that, he told the truth. Being uf an Hconomic ti turn of mind, when he was over taken wit h a stroke of sicknea he concluded to allow the county to see him through, and played tho jiovorty dodge successfully. LUu to Givg vr thk (iHosT. In Lowell, Masiachnaotts, a Mr. Clark seized the ghost at a sowe givea by Mrs. Pickering, and found it to be anything but mist or shadow. The friends of the ghost attacked this investi gator vigorously, releasing it, but the inci dent had rather a dampening effect bpon j thaexhilitiou. Sblmho whiskey to the Indiana is prevalent crima at Reno. too SOMETHING OF THE BANNOCK WAR W'o suspect that the war strength of the Biinnoek Indians has been greatly overrated. At all events tht-y have not showu much prowess as warriors. They act more like a pack of knavish horso-thieves than men of mettle. General Howard seems to have ar rived at some such conclusion as this. The fact is Gen. Connor whipped these Bannocks most unmercifully at tho time of his winter attack upon them, on Bear River. Once thoroughly trounced, and the red-skins are wary of encounters with anything like an adequate force of white men. This view, that tho Bannocks are less numerous than we have been lately accustom ed to regard thern, is borno out by the follow ing comments upon the situation which we find in the Silver Siate of Thursday : A correspondent at McDermit writes that old Winnemucca and his Piutes, who were sent from that Post to scout iu the Stein Mountain country, have returned. They re port having seen only friendly Indians west of White Horse, in the country lately infested with hostile. Who are those friendly In dians and what are they doing in a locality where settlers were recently murdered or driven from their homes, and their property stolen or destro3'ed? It is probable that Chief Egan and his followers, who were rep resented by Jerry the intepreter as being opposed to war at the council held at Barren Valley recently, and because of that opposi tion held as prisoners by the hostiles, have escaped and are now in Stein Mountain ? Winnemuccaand his scouts ought to be closely questioned relative to thoso "friendly In dians," which they saw at Stein Mountain. If they do not belong to Egan's band they are certainly hostiles, probably separated from the main force at the time Colonel Ber nard fought them near Warm Springs. No Indians who were friendly to the whites all through the present campaign will venture into the Stein Mountain country without passes from the military or settlers. They understand the situation and will not run the risk of being mistaken for hosti'.es. Winne mucca's report requires an explanation, as the friendly Indians which he saw at Stein Mountain may be a part of the band which devastated that country three weeks ago, who are now trying to escape the consequences by assuming friendship. Thk Grano Prize Asskssment. Says tho Tu.-tcarora Timeg-Hevieic of Wednesday : It has come. We have been expecting it and dreading it for a long time and it has come at last. Yesterday the unwelcome in toUigeuce reached here that the Grand Prize Company had levied an assessment of one dollar per share upon the stock of that com pany Well, it couldn't be avoided probably. The new works havt' -wst a large expenditure of money, as is the aso with all such mining improvements, and all that stock holders cau do is to grin and bear the needed assessment as well as they can. Everybody hero and eLewhere who kr - s anything about the Grand Prize tins i: . .itod faith, in its speedy resumption of b 1!' production this fall, and if men have to advance a fc' dollars to get the machinery in working condition again, they may reasonably expect a rich return from " old reliable" in the not distant future. Victors Tramps Coming West. Says the Silver State of July 10: A gang of eight or ten suspicions characters arriv ed here from the East last Sunday. They wore dressed much belter and behaved much worse than the ordinary tramps. They in sulted women on the streets, visited houses in tho suburbs of town and demanded meals. Last evening a delegation of citizens called upon them and notified them to leave before 9 o'clock. Tb 'v promptly obeyed the order and left for t!i west. They are supposed to be a gang wb. so headquarters for some time past has been at Battle Mountain. It would be well for our peace-guardians to keep a wary watch for these fellotvs. An Istbrnicive Indian conflict. Of a drsperate struggle bet ween two Indian braves tho Reno Gazette of Wednesday evening says: Last night twe- Indians got into a dispute near the railroad track, between West and Chestnut streets, v hich altercation came near proving immediately fatal to one of the con testants, from words they came to theuse of tho knife. One of them was so badly wounded that it is thought he will die. The Indian who did the cutting has not yet been arrested. The injured man was attended to by a physician, and afterwards removed to his camp on the hill northwest of town. Tcmor Removed. The Reno Journal of yesterday has tho following mention of a severe surgical operation : Mr. E. K. LeeL, a San Francisco gentle man who lias lit-eii staying at tlie Uepot Hotel for a few davs, came to Reno for his health. Yesterdr.y ho decided to have a tumor which had beea growing in his groin removed, and Dis. Bergman of Reno and Brouson ot irginia v, :- "tiled to perform the difficult operation. 'ii .'y successfully removed a twentv-two ounce tumor. Mr. Leek is very much exhausted, as a matter of course, but will be better m a few days. An Uly Rcmok. The Alpine SUjnel of Monday has the following mena.m of an ugly rumor : It was reported here day before y- 'eriny that Air. O. C. Wade and Jus tamily, maist ing of his wife and four or five childi'.rt, who left their home near Woodfords on t;.a 24th of last month, and started with a t':sm for Oregon, h;wl all been murdered by the Piute Indians some where in the vicinity t.r Goose Lake. But as we see no account in any of the papers of an Indian outbreak in that locality, we think it must have been a false alarm. Getting Better. Says the Bodie Stondiird of Tuesday July 9: Kelly, the carpenter who vras shot by John Ryan, at Clearwater Station, between Bodie and Bridgeport last week, is improving rapidly and is likely to recover. Ryan has not sur rendered, and aa the affair is regarded as a drunken row, no warrant has been made cut, and no arrest will probably be made. i LATEST TELEGRAMS. New York, July 12. The Orangemen of this city and Brooklyn, with their wives and daughters, commemorated the day by an ex cursion to a neighboring grove. The steam boat and barges and women and children were elaborately arrayed in orange colors. The men proclaimed their principles by a necktie and handkerchief of orange and blue, and the band played " Croppies Lie Down," " Boyne Water", and other party tunes. Montreal, July 12. The Mayor has had an interview with the Orangemen and trid to persuade them not to walk, but they would not listen to his council. The procession will start about 10 :30 o'clock. 11 a. m. The Orangemen have just decided not to walk, and tlie police will escort them to their homes. 2:30 p. m. The Orangemen gave up their procession in the face of receiving protection from the authorities. They stipulated with tlie Mayor that he should disperse the mob in the vicinity of their hall and place a guard in the hall to-night to protect it. Chicago, July 12. At one o'clock this morning O'Leary had made 112 miles and SchmehlllO. O'Leary is hehind inhis time and Schmehl ahead in his, but the friends of the champion are confident that his great endur ance will bring him through. New Y'ork, July 12. Hon. Stephen Pres ton, Minister f Hayti to this country, has received letters from Port-au-Prince, stating that a largo fire broke out in the central part of that city on June 23. Thirty -eight houses were burned. The total loss is estimated at 8500,000. The Times says Sherman's visit at length is made plain by General Arthur's removal. The Times delares that general surprise and indignation are expressed iu almost all quar ters, and thinks the recess of Congress ha been taken advantage of. San Francisco, July 12. Jasper McDonald has brought a libel suit in the Twenty-third District Court agaist Henry A. Fox and Tatrick Connolly, for publishing matter dorogatory to the plaintiff's good name in connection with the management of the Day Miuing Company. Daaiages are laid at 850,000. Chen Lan Pin, Embassabor to the United States from China, and 6uite, will arrive here in the City of Tokio, due on the 18th. He is accompanied by a Consular corps, accredited to Cuba, Peru and this city. Chen Lan Pin is highly educated and is a distinguished diplomat and statesman, and has been a Commissioner to several foreign countries. He visited this country some years ago, to arrange for the education of Chinese students. Ho will remain here about tea days before proceeding to Washington. The Produce Exchange to-day adjourns till Monday, out of respect to the memory of the late Ias Friedlander. The members of the Exchange will attend the funeral on Sun day afternoon in a body. Saje. Two young men, sons of Mr. E. C. Sessions of Washoe County, who wero lately reported killed by the Indians in Surprise Valley, have turned up all safe. Says tho Reno Journal of yesterday : A letter from Ed. Sessions received here yesterday, brings the news that he has not been injured by the Indians in fact there has been no disturbance in his section at all. The rumor prevailed here a few days ago that he had been killed. We are glad the rumor has been authoritatively denied. All is quiet in Surprise Valley, sensational rumors of Indian risings to the contrary notwithstanding. PIONEER DRUG STORE. Corner of Carson and King streets. GEO. C. THAXTER, PROPRIETOR, (Successor to O. P. Willia.) dcalka is ORUCS, MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, BRL'SIIES of ali kinds, Tniw, Happorterg and f-iltouMor Urncng, Field null Garden Seel. B.- -Prescript:,-, carcfally compounded, day or nii'lit. el.j FAMILY GROCERY. rjp n K CHOICEST AI RAUE.ST aRO 03533FLI E3 For family use constantly onjhand. erVor Nc Ltttl Thin era Not to B " f Pound Kl" bei' M CO TO CHENEY'S, A general assortment of the best staple and choioc pro ceriea. PRICES TO Bl'IT THE TIMES ! JOHN E. CILENF.Y, TMams Block, Carson street, corner of Talezraph. January 8, 1873. NOTICE. Mnrr or the I7ainu States at Vkkkoh, Nevada. K SLFERlNTENDRNTfl l liri July 1, 1878. ; rjpHIS WISfT IS STOW OPFS 1'OR THE Reception of Deponits and the purchase of Bullion. JAMES CRAWFORD. J1 lw SfrXRINKICIDtMt MASON & CO., IN 0OR3STT B.'X.'K, NOHTH CARSON STREET, CITY, KKVAUA. JHOLIBAIiE ASI K K T A J t DKATKR3 IN anoosmiEis, Provisions, Crockery, Glassware, Tinware, Canned Fruits, Butter, Lard, Grain, Coal Oil AND ALL) ARTICLES .CBCAIXY KEPT :n a FIRST CLASS STORE Of the kind of mercantile onsinees in which thsy are tat Orders tax en and G'Xis doliTered "Ul TO ANY PART OF THE CITY FREE OF CHARGE MASON &. CO. C arson, Iy 5 1ST8 OR MS BY HOUSE CARSON CITY, NEVADA. J. T. PAHTLIKD, PROPRIETOR. r!HIS l.fG ESTBMSIirH nncl FAVOR. J ito Tablic Uouw; having puood into new hands and having been XliorxragHly RecenstructM Thisajhont Is now conducted In all respects as a JPlx'&t Class Hotel. Tlii? means that TITT) TAHTiTI la the best table d' note in the Slate of Nevada ; that THE BAR Ig the most complete and most fully etoc'ned of any iu the State. The Billiard Hull Is the finest in Western Nevada; ar.d the fa rviee is equa to that of the best hotels in San Francisco. i3TPrices of Board and Room-rent are re.: 'atcd to siut the times. JOHN T. FASTLINP, InprieWr. Carson January 1, 1S78 THE MYSTFRY SOLVED. Six Shirts for 7.50! AT FRANK BOSOWITfc'S, THE ONLY ONE PRICE STORE IS TGWHI DEALER IN MEN '3 AND BOYS' CLOTHING, FnrnigblnK Good, Hat and Capn. Boot a and :io, 'fiuai i. Vall8a, Il.iiiketn, MaStrgei, Etc .Etc . Kto COUXTY KVLLDINO. CASSON CITY - KEVA9A WARM SPRINGS ITOT A'D COLO SVi.IMMIN RATHS gJL near the Nevada State 1'ris.in, Warm Springs Road BUTTS &. CEORCg. - - Proprietors. Thia splendid Eathin" Institution and well known place w " " . M;ivuiiitt "jvrumuifu, iiev.-iy lurouneu and is, in point of cleanliness ind comfort, surpasM.'d by none on the coast. THE BAlffS are Emderpointf athor- oinrn repair, aaa win receive preat addition to their size. THE BAR is supplied wit.i the bet of liquors procurable. MEALS by First Class Cooks wrved to order at all hours. The Springs Carriage runs conn-Antly. Orders left at tlie hotels will be promptly attended to. BATHS 50 cent. Carriage Free. novTtf NOTICE! T COXSl7MKRS r trATBBl WATER ronst not ha used for purposes of Irrigation except on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS (hose held in hand) Sprinkling' of streets and sidewalks prohibited. Any deviation from these rules will cause the supply to be eutoff. CARSON WATER COMPANY. T. C PTKCEirgT, Secretory. Canoo, Ju lath, 1874. ea SPECIAL NOTICE. Great Reduction in Prices, owing to the decline in the Eastern Market E. B. RAIL, OPPOSITE CAPITOL BUIISIN9, CARSON. IariMRTEK AJiO WHOLESALE AM IwUiil luIer in HAEDWAEE, Ooal, Caps, fchot. Vlsea, Wedges, Sledu Lace Loatbcr. Axa, AnviU, GLASS AHO CROCKERY WARE, ear Fixture, Cliina Seta, Lamps, CLamieliero, SUrrors, Lanterns, Etc KUv, fctr Agricultural Implements, Harrow, Mowers, Cullivmiora, Ltc., G1M3 Plows, Wheat Raki, Reaper, EU.. Paints, Oils i Brushes, Coi Oil, Paint Oil, Turpor.Hno, Vaniiih, White Lead, ftebbur. Paint, Clu'inicnl Paint, Lard Oil, Machine, Castor, Neiita F-t Oil, Al6ol, Etc., Etc, STOVES. RANGES, TINWARE. M.iallivo and Lauro! Rangn,, Buck's an ! other 1'rar.dn of Stores Ptirjij, Hom aA I'lp. Donra. Windows, BJlnrla and Glaa. Wood and Willow Ware, Bird Cngom, Plato) Gnna. Cartridge Water, Km and Lead Pip, House Furnishing Good Brass ana Steam Coods. IacticaJ Plumbers ar.d Tmnerg r do roofing- and man nfacturlng of all kinds Tin and Iron Ware Call and Get Prices- ap2!m -Cheap for Cash. E. B. RAIL. GILLSON & BARBER Have on lland and OOnr for 8al a Larfr and Well Nl-d Stork of GENERAL MERCHANDISE, YVHICa W. vy-iCK AT AS LOW BATFS T 1 an uij legitimate hoiiae in the tradd can potihly aitord to soli and pnj their noucn debt. , Oar Stork ContUta In Part of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, BUTTER, FLOUR, GRAIN GROUND FEED, CLOTHING, LIQUORS. JECt GTXt B0C3.l0lX3.0S OILS. PAINTS, CROCKERY. I' STOVES, TINWARE, HAROWARKV BOOTS A1D SHOES, Etc, .Kt. ..Etc From onr loni' exnerienoe in the business, and1 knowing ami appreciating: the wants of our customers and th ln- habitiuita of this sjctiou it the oounuy gtterslly, we We Can Guarantee Satisfaction To all who mar favor us with their patronaga G't na a call aBd exnuiln oar atock mwA prico ooforo parciiaatna; olaawhoro. CILLSON & Cawoa Ocjr R tgTT. BARBER.