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he ni!n jStnfc jSegistcr. CAUSON Ctl: SuncUr. 1 JnH:tryl.lWl. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE CAPITOL! II DaUdera, Archlfcctarc, Dlmrn and Flnlihtitrrlor a -ad Interior lewa -t,Rl-latlva Hall and Cillers. A 8PLC.nii r.iisirxcr! The new State Capitol of Nevada will bo ready for the lucetint; of the Legislature to-morrow. It is an im posing pile and the workmanship dis play the highest order of r-lcill in every branch. This U tho more re markahle when we cnnsiderth( rapid ity with which the work Inn progress ed, and the contractors and builders, Messrs. Ivtcr favanausih ami Son, deserve well of the Mate and have erected n lasting inonuincnt to their own energy and perseverance. The State being unable to impvly the con tractor with material and money as wan stipulated, the Messrs. Cavniiaugh have Ialored under great disadvant ages, and nothing but their indomit able energy and inventive genius has carried them through. Laboring tin der so many d illicit! ties, the. contract ors have reared a superstructure which ny State in the Union iniuht be proud to call its own, and which, under less energetic management, wo. ltd not have reached its present a Ivaiuvd Htage short of two or tlireo years, and would have co-t, it is asserted, at least fii",Ot'0. Under the t'avanaughs, how ever, tho Capitol has lecn erected in eight months, and that, too, when money was not to be had and the State was unable to furnish the frill quantity of stone agreed upon. its nvit.HF.iis. Following is a list of the lea ling men engaged in the erection of 1 lie ! mil. ling: Jits pli los!lti! isnn Fra:ic)s;-o, Ar Chltccl ; I'pU-t iivaii.iuii Sijit, Coiilr.ii-tor .and Kiill-ti-rs : W. .1. Tliom -'ci. K'Tciiiiin of Virii.-'it" llurio-y It nil-mii, Kon iii iii of i'laMi-rc J. Iiuvis i.-sui Kiun-ii-o', ila.;-i. tui: r.i ii.WNu Is in the form of a (irecian cross 1 H fwt north and south by ps feet cas and west and is of a modern ordi-ro architecture, com potindel of Cucor inthiau Ionic and lioric. The footvxuli enter pieces of beautiful pattern and tinisli. Ihe rwliMiH ol the looms or otilcvM are finished with center llowers and cornices of exqt;ii:e moulding. The entrance t-i caelt hall i- liro:ih a vestibu'ar ante rc. n ami folding doors with circular cr.nvn lirhts. Thetiov- ernor will rn-cupy tho two rooms com prised in tltenor.lt hall of the west wing, tho interior ono or which contaii a vault. The Attorney tlem-fal's oi- fiee is in the southwest corner of the west wing, and the Superintendent of I'lil-ho Instruction Will occupv the ad joining room east. The Staie Treas urer will occupy the north half ot tho cast win-, ait'l lite s:at font roller tne south )ri!f, eac!t having a large iron vault. Tlii nonh and south wing cadi contains Mir otlices, for whose occu pation we know not. A stairway rises to the second floor from each end of tUc north and south hall, and will be linisiicii witlt mack walnut naliistc.-.s and rail. Under these other stairways descend into tin? basement. KKCONit STOHY. The second story u titlr! feet in the clear, divided by a main hall runnin north and south and 1! fact wil-: Another hall lead.i from this to tho reading room in th we'.t wiirr, ami i third to the foot of cupola stair.vay Tiiire are on this llio.-, besides t tin Senate and A-semltiv chaml-crs. levcn rooms an I oli'tei s. The Siciv larv of State will occupy tho north cor ner room ot the west wmg, It.xli teet m size, asalsoihe aojoming i.mu.i etis. iXM feet. W it ll Vault. et sou? il !!l enter of the west wing, is tae reading room, 17x12 fis-t; and in the sou-li cor ner of same wing is the library room. IJx-i ljet. I lie supreme I ottrt ltooni occupies :52s-js feet in the center of the cast wing, with a chamitcroii ach side and two oilices for clerks. The Court lloont, as well as the Se cretary's otlice and library room, will be finished much tho same as the legislative liambers, with curved eeilimrs, etc. l'he rooms fr Nersicaiit-at-Arins are adioinimr the legislative chambers on the iMisl side of tlse main hall. i.r.oisTATivi: itAMiu:ns. As tho Senate and Assembly cham ber. are finished and famished the same, we shall describe the former only premising tiint the former takes up the v. hole south wing, second floor. and tho latter the north wing. The Senate Chaml-er is ',y.-'-Z fee: in ll: clear, wiih an S-fcc! gallery (Iciiirth ! r. oni wt It two rows ot se its overlirv.u, supported on Mir columns niid pedes tals, finished with baliistra ling in liiu of columns to form a lobby beneath, Opj oshe the entry is tiie i'ie--io'ent.- stantl. raised two lect, wtli a pia.torin of one foot elevation in fr nt for Secre tary ot al. The Speaker's stand is or tiaiitcnte-l on cacti side byavoluted pilaster resting upon a pedestal ami crowned with a Corinthian cap, and those form th" Mippori for tiie canopy over the stand. The chamber will be lighted at night by a large bron.e cSian.l 'li.r in the center an.l fourteen sidy lights, and is finished oil wit it eti rved corners anil ceilings, w it h e n richments or scroll work of tho mot tlabor i'e and beautiful finish, and a center llowi r seven teet in diameter. LEGAL IJITELLIGE.XCE. ' OUtrlct Court 11. s. f iia It. Wh.r.riT. Satit,iav, 1 cer m her Tiie Sta'o f Nevada vs. Central I'a- citie Ka:!roa 1 Comiiany nwi lauus; judgment for defendant. State vs. Central raciiie iJinniu Company and certain lands; judgment for m-remlant. A. 1. Treadway vs. Jas. S. Sliner- lanl: suit fo- iMssssion ot preMises and irrounds oeeupi-d as State Trison; judgment for plaintiff. C. 1 1. Jones vs. .11. i.ricviuri; juug- inent for defendant. Sim Han Tong Company vs. l lias, l'tse.khvisc: j-idgniont lr "defendant. Hong Yek .'v Co. vs. (iiong iug A Co.; judgment for piamtilis. lais V: liibson vs. (Jming Mng Co.: in 1 'men, for plaintiff. State Nevada ex rcl. 11. Ilice vs. Thomas Wells; decree depriviu defeutlaut of the otlice of listriet At t rncr. and asM'ssii:' costs to defend ant. state vs. If. A. llhoades ct al.; mo tion for new trial denied. In matter f T. '. Smith, tleccased; decree dosin-r administ rat 'on. Court adjourned hine die. Uaarcl of o-july loinraU.loiitri SATfr.PAY, Ilts-cinber UT, 170. ltoard met pursuant to adjournment. .lout J. lid- ArrlvaU at tha Ilotcli. ST. n iniES-CEO. TVFLT, rKOrRIETOIt. C Schulr, Clear Crofk. L A Buckncr, lnionille. W TriuJalr, Pint Vallcr. J C Hizlott, Drton. Chas K Dtrknrli, Hamilton. s; Sotithworth, Vhoc. J 1) Robert, II 11 llcck. O C Mitndell, T F Darenport. " 1) F Manning, Pine Orore. 1) C Sinijison, J S 1'itaer, I'iooh. J C Ctirric, irginie. J Paul, l'.a?ogh. Canon Vallcr. Y V Lowmciater & son, Elko. Present Commissioners Kice and Iirieshadi, and Clerk T. wards. r.tt.us AM.ovi'.n. A. V. Kilts. iiKl; Kotiert lgan PJi.il: John l!. I'ox, Sl. .!!; S. K. .lone .vjltt; II. 1'. ltiee, !l."-ii; A. 15, lrie-baeh. Sl.M); Jacob l'etersu (thrw evcral bills), S"Ji Ui; C. 1". Colion Ss.i -j.,; s. . i.ee, m; .1. 1. ihoinp son, $S; lxmglas county, Pl.ool so Uriuan Kolsom. s.i; . J5. r.utt' sill :;7; W. 15. Cutis, f j(i; 1.. li. Swec ney, S.'iT; srge l"len'.ng, Sl-: Pail apih'uI. 1U; S. K. Jones, Sjn ; A I. iser. Kile, fNi'.l (two A oitM.snv norsE- l. V UVtl:, rKOPRlCTOR J 15 Moore. RnhT Valley. J II ltrid.San Francisco. Jll(oibK. Joan II Mills. Gold Iliil. Kdrd Tubin, " K T Smith, Virginia. Jn Mct'attVrr, " Jultn J llill. KIko. M U K'.stncr, Urnsrick MU5. KSUinrr, liaitlcCrck. Kohtt Pixlejr, battle Mountain. II 1.1'visil", " C W Swain, " Miss Jennie Bradley, San Jose. lUiMiilOCH SKItVlCEs TO-DAY Sr-oeg V. k. T. R. R. GREAT SALE OF CHANGE OF TIME.' OX AXD AFTER MONDAY. MAY 22, 1870. PASSENGER TRA1SS WILt. LEAVE OAXl SON OTTTT DAILY AT S A. yi. A.D 4 I. 31. HOLIDAY AND STAPLE W5I.L LEAVB VIRGINIA T:4." A. 51. CITY STATIOH AT AI 3:45 2'. 51. Catholic Ciu'im u. IHvino at 11 o'cliH'k a. in. PiiEstiVTuuiAN ( nrwii.-rroachlnc at II ti. in. ami 7 p. in. Sabbatii School nt lit' 4 1. in. F.ciseoCAi, ('lirneii. Services nt II n. in., nml 7 p. in. sumlay s-Ihm1 t tt'eliwk. The Hector "ofllcl:itcs in the lnortiiiiir, nail the ltishop in the evcniinj. MkthoMst CttfiM lt. Itev. J. P. H.mi tnonil. Pastur. Preach iter at 11 h. m.. nml 7 p. in. sumlay Si-IumiI al 12 in. Prayer mcctim: every Friilay evening, at 7 o'cl'k. seats l'ns-. GOIjD XZZIjZj AT S A. 53. AXI -I 5. COMMEXCIXQ Eivcrr 23vir AT 1 O'CLOCK, anJ 7 Tills ETFNIX3. A FINE LOT OK T H3 -KT 3Z3 Xji AND COIIC52aA, CHINA POECELAUTE, Calafw oiid Crockcrjr Wtire. MIEETIXCi--, SHAWLS 53 FRr.IRCET TU1IXS T1I.L LEA VH VIKGIXIA CtTT AXD CAR. SOS lUily. nt fi . m., 8 A. .. 2 r. a. and 4 r. a. uU Cr Tim.uf tranoit, two hour. F A II E I It. Priesl.acli, s-.l rai; S. liillsi, 8!7I; Jolin llo li. Trea lwav. Slii.1 O. II. Parker, $lin: S. )i. Uimr, Ir., fl.iti; s. Swit':, -"; W.ll. P.utts, Ml HON PS AITROVEP. The olTieial Isimls of the following ntimeU oiiiisTs elect were npprovc.l: i Jeopze V. Clieiiie, County As..r; II. II. P.i-uce, Puolie Ailtuiuistr.i'.or ami Coroner: 11. S. M;witi. County Treasurer; S. T. Swift, SlieriiV: L. s. liree.ilaw, Coun'y sujierinteii'l' iit of Pulili- Iu..r.i"iion: .lames Morris, .lu-tiee of tiie lVa-e for F.mpire Town sliio. i! ar.l r.djoiirtioil until 1' o'clock a. in., Mor.oay, January IsTl. Cii ni.EY I.koate, the wt 11-known epicurean restaur.uiter, lias oiHtnisl an oyster staml and chop house in the Magnolia Saloon. Mr.s.Trn.v ami dausliters will 1 i,mt li,intii' t r li'i-, tlieir friitlils c;l t ........ on thelii t-liiorrow. VirHoia to 0.til ITill.....Twity-BTe C.nl. Viruiui tl'f - fJ Caraun toU4d Uill or Virginia f- 10 II. 51. TEItl.XCiTOX. S nprr Intend ens. Ppt. For the State Iteglster. TIIU OLD All. W. 35". WIIjSOJXI'S ACCOJinODATIOJI STAGE LINE FROM is eigni iiri uih k ui'ii nve li ciPctow llie siiriaee. luc iiasciiien: is i-vi' i fe-t in the clear, cut only liy Mich p:tr tition walls as are seen on tl:e Ins Jl(r, and contains t.'ie hot air furn aces, store nnuiis, .tc., and is lighted .by forty window- The wa is of the Jirwt-.lM are three fis-t tl iek, and. those of the second story tu i feet sis Inches, exclusive of projection ill of Hilicious aiidsioiie oi" a dur-lile "a' ure. There are riistu; i-oimie r jeetious of nix inches more, externall and Inter nally, on corners, jams :-.n arouu.I the windows. The walls are nearly solid (hut little rulilile leiuz neli, ntld ar ."ill feet high to gaolcs ; 7J fe'i to top of iritliles; I.') tee; 1 . 1 top of ctl jiola, ami l.Vi feet t top- tlag stall'. THK F.XTElSK-lt. The cntrar.ee to the st wing is np .pronched ly three runs of Hone steps, each ten feet wide, the ca-t entrance eing pris'isi-ly similar in this respo -t. ine norm ami souiu winirs are iim- prortched I iy a single r in. f urteeii f(s- wide, hadi of theso will l.v coven d ly a srtisi the noriii undsoirli jih--i HUpisirtcil liy two, pii I the ca.t and west ones hy four Volutcd (hiIiiimik resting on stone js-ilestals. The v.t portico will enaole one to pass from the otlieu of the Se retary ol State, on the second lloor, to the'l.iSrarv and reading rooms, along the exterior o the building. Around c i.-li of tic jx.r tieos will U nn ornamental l:i!us' r.ide All the oficnitigs are cxieiiora'lv tin sheI with rustic coigttcs, win, low- jams aim neart-stones, in i-mtrses to suit the random-tooled ahl.-r stom work of the front. The cornieo around ine entire row ami iao or uaolcs is formed of lieuvv foot monld and mo- dillion or Ionic eornis-, projecting two lS'l six niclu's irom the mam wall anil uuisiKHi in tit.. eaveol tiie roof with crown-inould, which includes i!u foundation of the gutter. The roof i isivcrcti wiui nn. with raiseil omU laid in courses, i-.nd the whole will Jiave three coats oi Princess Itc l (!irr prsf) paint. Tiie cupola rises !.s f;,. hdovc llie riNii.oeiiigon ill k.rm. :v, feet in diameter, and is supported by Pi ornamental pnasiers ami buttresses is lighted by eitjht twin windows with crown lights, the windows centerin iiiHMi columns with Corinthian caps The cupola has a curved roof, covered w ith tin, and is formed in sections to uit the octasron liase of the structure, Above tho doinea Hag stalf will ri Xt feci, iiumnted bv a large gilih-tl plols1, which will have an elevation i l.st feet iilsive tho surfai-o f tl. ' ii)"tut. Tin- flair stall" will Ih insert lu cylinder ho constructed that the polo may Ik; lowered in live minutes JKHKlcs tiie elliptic dome .-onstriiete l over the main halt on tin, second lli.r io iraiismil light Irom lh.. cuisila. the mt.iiniiiiu nu- mi - iarj:e ami nrty small winnows. i no latter are ail in the (Miscmeiu. l lie llrsi storv lias It tw in windows.fi by It! feel li" inches, vin. arched heads, center circular crowo iglits of Uh oum-e ! rench iTystal sheet lass, (loiible-arched Hashes ntnl to uted tsilumns. The seisiud story has windows, lixl'i fts't. of same mate rial and finish, and one reenter) win dow in the west w ing 7x15 feet. iNTEnion nnsT rioiu The first story is IS feet in tho clear, contains It rooms, thrco heavy iron plated vaults with steel doors, Imd U ' penetrated by two main halls that Vast and west Is-ing VI, and that north and south 14 Uvt wide. each hall Is ing finished with liavy inoulihnl paiieT wainscoting. !as an 1 water pipe run into every room, and tho former over tb hall, which will be lighted by btndelicra pendant from scroll work r.;.i.irnc po-:i:. In the center of ilu ceii'mg over the ni iin hall of lh-- second story is an el liptic dome, constructed so us to trar.s mit li-ht to the ln'.l from the oli-crv:-.-Prv of the cuisihi. and at the same ime answer the purpose of a vcnli- itor. The ellipse i-i -jsx;r fi et. and ries eight fis-t front ceiling liii" to ci-ilin liirht. It is con strueted of urve.l rils, linislie-l with eornin-, and lelled ill sis-tions wuh curved motiiitiu-g. i lie elliptic iiotue is in a lse storv or a'.tiec f th" ma:n build ing, and, passing about its l ao. the frame work of the roof mav be seen. tii its neavv oca ii-j. raiters, iron i!s, bolt- and plates, while the whole an of cotistrmijoii shows pl.i;ir.v hat i; is fiaine-l on the most nonrovcd nn l sutistautiat priac.i.ie-i i t er--in- ceiure. TtIK CtTnt.A. I'rom the base of the cllcpiie dome a stairway h ails up to the second story or observatory of the cupola, which irinks in the day through forty light' i crystal sneet glass, jtn i .ves s-oiii to the vision in every tin :;,m. lh eat elevation, nine', v-si.; f--et, atV-irds line view ol llie beatit-iid citv ol irson, ICmpire Citv, of Carbon Vailcv and the Sierra Neva l.i t:i mniins. .Altogether .V'V;t-la s Ti.-iV t ;.pi:nl l- an ornament to I arson r.tv, an honor to the State, an 1 relhvts the grra'est credit tMion its leiilders. It is a splen did edifice, and the workm-insiiip ili-- played in every bran.-h of its construc tion isot the iusi order ot merit. Pit in Oi;p::i:. Tho legislative i-liatnbers are being put in order by xs-r.-tary Notcwarc, and will be pre- prepareil 1-ir ttie reeptton tt the as- :eiiibh'd w.sdom " to-morrow. An e!e.':int article of Urussels carpet, lur- ntslieil pv tne well Known house ol shi'vcrA M in is, of t'arsoti Ci: v. i be i.ig la;i. aii-l llie biaen walnut tlesKs. at; chairs with ro-cwood i'.:iis!i, chan I-'iiers and sioe lights are lu-;ieg tr,t in place. Messrs. shcycr v .iorri i'.ave not onl vdisji.ave I i)miiten lai! patiem-canl litn-ralitv m lurnishm-. this costly carpet with no prospei! of mimc.'.iate remuneration, tt-.it marUe-l good t.ite in its selection, as has also Secret -try Noteware of fund. ure, etc. in his selections M'prkmk rort:T. liireo opinions were filed in this Court yesterday, a. Iiilows: Crank 1. Johns hi vs. Well.-, l'argo tt Ct., suit to recover l:i:n lor injuries received by a s tg,- atvi- denl i wo years iv.v near White Pin iiama-g.'s avvanleil bv l ouri below I eeision rever.setl ami i-au-.e reiiiande I i.yon consr.y vs. wasiioo county, on mowoii ior enange ot venue irom nrnisby t-i lltmibolilt eoti'ity ; change allowed bv Court Im-Iow. Judgment athrmed. P.rowiii'c K.eger vs. luis I.iilie. JudguieilL atiirmed, Lost or it Sr.Ti: l'r.tsox The case of A. I. Tread way vs. J as. S. Slinger- land, suit for possession of the ground ami preintsLi Known as liie state Prison, was vesterdav decided in the liistricl Courl for this county, in favor ol planum. 1 he case has been bcinrc tho Couris for nearly two years, and at last i no Mate inuls itself without a prison. Slight Mistake Perhaps. A compositor placed a " I" after Sena tor Phclati's indicatin Is-mocr.it. Jim is a good man, and honest cnotigli to Ihj a gotsl leonrat. but ho ww electe I on the Kepublicun llt-iOt. -'i'.r.T.t:s F. Rick nkll, a gentleman tliorou;gt4y tsimpetent to fill tho jw? i- tion or Sere;.,ry of the St nate to which he aspves arrivi-l in this citv yestcniay from Vhite I'inc. l r. vo 1.aisi:i. Ti,0 Hag staHT was raised on the now Carum!, yesterday r.ftt moon, for the liri tln. nd the a'ar sjtingied banner was vurov.n to me b;cee. TitAXKt. To Wells, Fargo A for late San Francisco inpers, furnish. C.nsox TnrATt.n. I'iie attendance :it this jHipuhir place of amusement last tnglit was fair, but not so large as the excellence of the entertainment diMiH have called otit. "Idiot Wit nes.s an I the "irisii i. mi-grant were the attractions oflcred. and Imth wer powcrfsilly cast and well r'-ndi red. There will be no performance to-night lo-niorrow evening Sa-i;iesteare Treat p! av of tne "Merchant ot in e-c will be presented, m wnietl Ml ue Poti'inson will fpp-ar as "Potiia and Mr. Catiieart as "Shvlcek." "Mv Neighbor's Wile'" is announced a the af.erploee. N.M'.itow Ivsc.r::. A man natued lleorgeTntly, who keeps a hotel called the St. I harlcs, situate oil the south west corner of Carson and Thir l nets, in this citv, attempted, last ntglr.. to millet tntcmiicrani-c on tin employes of this ollliv, bv sending hither bottles containing a -parkling ti .ii l.ate.l labelled "l-'tigi ne Cliispiot it was a sore temptation, but we re iVaine 1 fnun tasting tiie fluid '.Link ing perhaps "old Tuf." had designs on us. Fire. At r.n early hour yestcniay morning a lire occurred at the resi dence of Jacob Iteani. in the north western portion of tiie citv, which was fortunately extinguished Ik T.rr fur ther damage was done than burning a hole thr-iHgh the root. The fire caught from a defective stovepipe which she uld remind js-ople to exam ine their pipes in time. O.v Monday Covcrnor and Mrs. I'.las- ilel will keep ojH'ti house in honor of the New Ver.r. and w ill be prepared to receive calls irom their iriemls. All :re cordkdlv invited, and tlonl.tless the Covcrnor end his lady will find th:;t they are a legion. Ci.; r.tc of Asskmrly. fieorge W. Cas; idy, a worthy geiitlctiian riuIcjiii- petent n'-eountim!, is a candidate for Chief Clerk of tho Assembly. The House might elect a worse Clerk, bi.t could not find a better man. The old year is dying, hark to the knell That sielly falls upon the listening ear. While with regret theluimaa heart lcat slow As tho' 'twould help to eke Its Is-ing out. How many Joys ol.l year must tiie with th. c! Ilr.w many carry with us to tae now! What tiio we grieve al thy decease, e'en stilt. It'-inrnilx-rin s tiico a tlenr familiar frlenil. Who carry'st our iitfectieiis to thy krivc; Yet Nature's universal law steps In, Of compensation: if our joys are -tone. Our sorrow too nn- lmrie.l In thy tomb. We soon must Journey on without thy CUlde, s the mariner upon an unknown sea Throws l.y hU chart which now can serve no moo , so from ihv -grave we now must turn our pane t'nt.i that dim horizon whose dark veil Ihith hide the future from our senn-liing care. Yi-s. tlioti art itylieg old year! thy sands an- run; Ttilne eyes ure lusterless.ihr pulse is low. Tliy ri-'id muscles nml thy failing voice. And every symptom known to human lien IotIi mark thee victim to ttie epial crave. Thou itie-t hard hast lost thy (irlp ou time, tnl naught remains f thee hut History. llow glorious a history shall Ik- thine, Whip' lie who writing what thine eye hast seen, rurns from tiie page with wonderment iir-il awe. Th'Hi hii.st seen an empire totter to Its fall. And lie who ruled i high Imperial pride A prisoner, and nn outlaw from his land; And she who set the fashions for the world. Whose irrace nnd Is-atity were the poets' 111. -me. A fugitive from the Imperial throne. Asking the bounty of an Knglish queen. Titou bust scon a. people struggling with t'e-lr foe; t'pon the ruin and wreck of empire rear A monument to freedom! the ltepublii-. Its tri-eolor waves in the morning's lisht. And under It march Fn-edonfs followers; And even women gird them for the fight. Thou hast seen tho people of this Silver State Itreak through their party shackles, nnd the lionds That were so Irksome to their free born limbs. And even held their Immortal minds In Hindi, Proclaim no power should hold them in Its crnsp; Itultiiat they had the power and tlart'd be free." Of such us these are freedom's champions m ad e. And t-uch us those will follow her fair flag. Old year! t host glorious sights thou hast seen. And doubtless thrilled thy now unhreath- Ing heart; Yet with thy death thou wilt not lie forgot; CARSON TO YVARM SPRIXfSS. c; i:oi. lTcllIn?:.ons, I'lne (irove and Gents' Hade Clothes, TOYS, An l a fius let vf HOLIDAY GOODS. otv Is the time to buy your Holiday Goods, At the RteTi-Gi!-i run t e and V I I, I. IJ K SOLD Than at any other House in the State. C. tl. .lucliorecr, O-iju-sil IVrll, I";irg.i i Co., Aurora, LEAVING ON TUB ARRIVAL OF TIIE ItF.SO fTAGK : MONDAYS, WKDXESIiAl S, AM) FIIIAYS, RETCItXIXU A I.TEItN' ATF PAYS. CenniTtinK with .St; fr Lone Pin. Ccrro Gnrrn, lotttmbni) Silver Peak, Hot S-.rlnsv Ami Xntlepenttcnrr. Any inf.-rniitio can lKVtinH at the Zice, Ornwl-y H-m. W. F. WILSON'. A. WiiiTror.o, Ant-Tit. Car-en C'ty, f.-i'ii-mlcr 1, 1?70. n-2-lf CA11SOII CITV. t3 tf 0 : k Q 8 u 0 ti H tl 0 w2 r Li r. 3 6 1 o o W w o i-4 w a u ti A. B. DUIESBACII. iriio.r5Li a m-Ttii. !-f. Li:a is Groceries. Provisions. Wines :t::l l,i::is, Flour wild t eftl. t roekery h?ic! i ittvt t-ire. tSardvtare and S7ol!. Eilastit ttinl ti)rllnt? 10 vt tier, Sal el y fuse, C'loi:iiutr. rsonfs Shoes, ';tllJo:iiki B.l:sie. ilaler fas i. Eastern ement, t:;:stern CI:ti:', XThili::p:, Vlntlotv GSnss. I'aittls ami -oils, Wall t'ajier, Witaclotv Miasles, B'irliire ors, Patent Ciirtuin rixtures. LTJHBEH ! A. 11. LTJ LIBER! rr-.iis it DOCKS A3fl WINDOWS, ;0II2IC3 t CLE AS LUSIBEP. OF I'VEf.k" Ctt-'CitnTtON; smxGiiEs, i.Aiit a::i sidisu. Oj-p, nt- lil S'-ro, Crn Not. , 1' riiM-l, tai 11 t it j- Nea-ta. 0 -xi 2 5 0 - . 3 H ' x 0 c U o to ; s r O a c B M a 1. II. I) Y KlfS DAILY LIKE OF STAGES FROM STABLE. rni.rniiToit, . Cirmn Street, op-noult e Y. V. 4l Co Kiprtu OtT.re, CARSOX CITY", M2VAOA, JVill kepcoim.i: t'f cn lin t a urr'"f o iionsKs. UUCiCiliOS, CA1111IAGKS luJ tb lltr, en J will b In cotntani attrnJune tVTO SlPPLYTfU; Pt'CLlCE Tvnvs r.Kio.tT.F. jMr. HKNToX w:r'- t-i itiferm tli" pnMI tnat tie is running a lri- .!- :v-a I.hie I'rcj t araoji to Lake Tatioe rliirli li-ann rarin rn-ry Tn tar. ninr-laj an fraiunliy, nn-l o-tiirninfi .-ilurn.-iti? U.-ty. Jul I. i;o. CARSON CITY TO RENO. x. o. o. zr Mns:sr..ti of SriniTfAi tlaipp ,t May, of iho Magnolia Saloon, last cvciiin-; placed I Hut as wo look for the nrcnstonnMl face tho tvpos of this oIIipo under ol licra- I wtr sonic dead, dar fatniliur friend, nnd 1 1011.1 ior a utH-rni supply of fino old list iiiiuio w hip, oiiam pa-no nnd vlir-.ky To li-nr tils voice, o tlll, we'll write tliy aw hhju uniKueiiiea incuicincs. I name Swoisx Ix. Colonel 1. A. Knekner. t'pon our K ttim.forKottiinf thou art gone. il year, a long ana insi lurv- AND AFTER PATE. STAGES WILL ) it-aT Hi, uriu.by u.mse, Caru city, tt I Canoa EsbBkali Degres LaJes Xo- 2, ri-iiw. Cloolt 3VE. latrH naiiio, yt-stenlay, tlin Attorney llotifral clivt, yesterday filed Far, wn o1' !' that that p ntleman was a his om. hil o:itli nnd ln,I. The Inind ?' '"; tiili4 that were! rnoriox. was approved, and the t'oloncl w:w Tliou rt dead and numbered with the sworn 111. I'n.Kn. llrother A. N. Fisher, Rta :e Superiiitn(!ont of Public Instruction. re-olrct, IiIihI his oflicial oath with the H'eretary of btato yesterday. StjCAiiiXo Up. The Plato Poard of l.xani:ners were in soion Fridav and .MM! may, rnd pa-d noon a lnri-- nilllllXT Of l:i:.s -.tjii.ii tho State Ar.itivKn. Colonel I.ullur A. r.ucl; nor, Attorney Genera! e't ct, rcaelicd tucMfiitot ins luturc 1'iiHjrs yester- 1.1V. U. S. District CounT. This Court tETCRMNQ: Will Leave Reno lor Carson On lh arriTat of Pasarngrr Train. Vt 1 O'Clook. A. JVC. CNTIL FURTHER NOTICE Fast Freight I-eaven Carson DAILY AT O'CLOCK A. M. REIURXINO. WML LKAVK REXO AT 1 O'CLOCK A. M. -i-fA-'"" O. 3T.t cd by Thorpe, the gentlemanly agent 1 will meet at 10 o'clock ft. m. to-mor- xor lain city. 1 row. TllK ItE-ST AXD Cll EAl'KST STOKE IS THE Statk. 'tleovleh Ilro'n, who have really the lu st facilities in the State for cliin cheap, as they huy only In the Kast, an nounce to the ladies of Carson City and vicinity that their prices are put down lower than ever before. They made a lai-e purchswenf Frt nch poods before the I'russi in and French war roi;r.eneeI, m.l frn ikir nidi ff, soil fiin-t"T, 'ITIll ll. i i.iesttc jfiHIs t UcajKT than Ihoy can be By the IJight, Week or Month, bouiiht even In San Francisco. Good bar- I AT THE gains at unusually low rides for the holi days ; and ladles are respectfully Invited to mint tneir puirnaae ai uieoviea uroa. mt lt Phlpperi will imf m.nk frlclit CAKE L. II. lit Ml, Ufc.MJ, .Mt. 1.. II. D1EH, Proprietor. M O'Cnt-ioa, A-ri-nt, l rn City. Carwn City, Iic mlx-r "iTih, 1!7U. df-CD tf TO ZL.TZ'J?, wjqtltQ House. Are rvijut-aleil t j mrt at tbeii- Hill fcverj- First and TblrdTues day or the .Montli. V Uitins'tt-mhera ar eorU'.-illy inrited . il.-11-tf Cyonlrrof D. 0. K., N. 0. CARPENTERS "WANTED I FIFTY JOUESEYMAN CARPEXTEBJ CAN FIXD IMMEDIATE KM PLOT ME XT, AT TIIE Highest Current Wages, Upon arli-lion M llio on-'fuKtifl, at tha etai taiiUiSlloiWiDS, laraua C'i'J- PRTRR C AVAJf ArGfl. Coatraetcc- jti.