The Reese River Reveille.

VOL. XV.
AUSTIN, NEV., MONDAY EVENING, MAY 8, 1871
NO. 65

OSCAR L. C. FAIRCHILD, Prop'r.

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News Items

On Wednesday last W. [William] R. Warnock was shot and killed while walking in the vicinity of Pioche.
Arrival and Departures

By Railroad Stage
Departed

W. F. Belding
Joseph Richards
Mrs. Ellen McGlew
W. H. Spaulding
Aug Jungher
S. M. Healey
R.M. King and daughter
By Wilson's Stage
Arrived

H. Muller
W. C. Smith
W. H. Stowell
S. Jewell
E. P. Rains


Arrived

James Harrington
Mich'l O'Brien
Jos. Evans
John Ross
Thomas Hogan
S. Lewis
Departed

A. E. Shannon
John Gillespie
Advertising
S. Slusher, Livery Stable, acquired from Mark McKimmius. Theodore Green, agent for Florence Sewing Machines.
Allen A. Curtis, Agent Francis Smith - Wheelbarrows, Oils, Plows
H. Mayenbaum, Attorney and Counselor-at-Law W.K. Logan, Justice of the Peace
Thomas J. Read, U.S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor M.A. Rock, Gem Billiard Saloon
   

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