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fcOTXCI SO. 42.1 REGISTER'S OFHCB, Carsoit Citt. NiaI, October 14, 1S67. J NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Philadelphia SUrer Mining Company, by JS. O. Taylor. Superintendent, bar this day filed in tuU office a diagram, together with a Notice of Application for Patent from tha United States us Jar AC of Congress approred July 20, 1866, for tweiTo nnuarca leet ot tne r niudeipnia ii Hie, kuovrn as the Philadelphia SUrer Mining Com pany's Otaim, iu Esmeralda Mining district, Esmeralda comity, Neada. Said claim id de scribed as foUwd, to wit : Commencing at a point in Willow Onlch a Unit one qnartorof a mtleabove the Wide Vest mill, on the south side of the water cuarr.o, and about thirty feet south of the rail, trotn whica p-int the 3 W. corner or the liiuting works building lears N. 39 K., distant z toet, crummg as suriitce claim 1W lect on e tch side of the iede, embracing the same 225 feat each way from said building, the same being 40 by 7J0 feet, containing A i -100 acres; also claiming beneath tne sunace on eacn side oi said Lode twenty-five feet from the center of the Lode, containing 65-100 of an acre. The main shaft is in the ceuti r of the Lode line claimed, a:id said claim extends 600 feet each way along the line t hereof. Said clum is more particularly described by the diagram ana notice posted m this office and ud the mining claim. i ue names oi tne aujoimnj claimants, n any, are not Known. WARREN T. LOCK HART, oc8 Register. SVMMOSS. I UNITED STATES MAILS. I Fifty cents United States stamp. Fifty cent 8 tate stamp. TS THE JUSTICE'- COURT OF GENOA PRE- X elect, in the county of Douglas, State of Ne vada. Before 8. E. Tuttle, J. P. W. W. Lapham plaintiff, against John Williams defendant. The People of the State of Nevada send greeting to jottn viiiiianis. deiemjant. xou are nereDy summoned to appear before me, at my office in H, W. BAKER'S r nil NEVADA. Post OrricE DlPAETMT.irt. Washington November 30. l8o7. PROPOSALS WILL BB RECEIVED AT THE Contract Office of this Iwpartment nntil 3 t. H. of Tuesday. March 81, 1868, for conveying tne mails or the United states in tne Biaie oi ji- VADA, from July 1, 1868, to Jnne 30, 1570, on Genoa Precinct, in the town of Genoa, county of the routes and by the schedules of departures ana arrivals nerein specmea. iecuious uiauc vy April S, LS6S. 18, From Austin, ly Geneva and Kingston FAST rH FEEIGHX CARRYING FREIGHT Dongi:is, on the 17th day of March, A. D. 1868. at 12 o'clccJc M.. to answer the complaint of the aboTe named plaintiff, who sues you to recoTerthe sum of three hundred dollars damages sustained by said plaintiff; by your failure to fulfill acer- tain contract to furnish fish tn said plaintiff, as will more fully appear l:y plain tin s complaint now on file in uiy office, when judgment will be taken against you lor the said ainonnt, together with costs and damages, ii you fail to appear and answer. To the Sheriff or any Constable of said Douglas county, greeting: Make legal service and due return hereof. Given under my hand this 11th day of February, A. 1. 103. 8. E. TUTTLE. fe!4td A Justice of the Peace of said Precinct Appllcatiou for Patent. 133TICI HO. 43.1 REGISTER'S OFFICE. 1 Cr3on Citt, Ntda, Otber 14, 167. J VT0TICS IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TUE il Philadelphia Silver Mining Company, by E. O. Taylor, Superintendent, have this day filed in this office a diagram, together with a Notice oil OlERRA SILVER MIXISG COM- Nevada. Notice is hereby given, that at a meet- , mg oi tne i$oara ot unsteee oi saia vompany, held on the tenth (10) dav of Februarv. 1868. an assessment of C'ne and 50-100 (?1 60) Dollars per share was leviea upon the capital stock of said company, payable immediately, in United States gold coin, to the Secrotary at his office os. 52 and 53 Washington Market, San Francisco, California. Any stock upon which said amassment shall re main unpaid on the EIGHTEENTH (18) DAY OF MAKCli, labs, shall he deemed delinquent, and will ue duly advertised for sale at public auction, tu Twin River, 60 miles and back, once a week. Leave Austin Monday, at b A. M ; Arrive at Twin Kiver next day I y 10 A. M Leave Twin Kiver Wednesday at 6 a. X.; Arrive at Austin next dav bv 5 p. M. Proposals for twice aud three times a week ser vice invited. 16.43f From Dayton, bv Hot Springs (no office), to Pine Grove o.), 65 miles aud back, once a week. Leave Dayton Monday at 6 a. M. ; Arrive at Pine Grove next day by 12 X.; Leave Pine Grove TueiMiay at 1 p. m. ; Arrive at Davton next dav bv 6 p. m.: For a synopsis of laws relating to the postal ser- I vice, and tor instructions to inddersana poei mast ers in reference to the making ox Mas. and con taining also conditions to be embraced in the contracts, forms of r.rrioRals. Ac, Ac, parties interested will consult the advertisements oi , routes in California. Nevada. Ac. dated July 31, 1865, and October 31, 1S66, to be seen at the prin- pai post oinces. Bids must provide for carrying the mail with celeriti . certainty, and security." using the words of the law; must be guaranteed by twe persons, and the guaranty certint-d to ty a post- master or a matte of a court of record. They should be addressed to the Second Aesistant Post master General, Contract Office, marked Mail Proposals," and mailed in time to be received by ; March 31, 1868. ALEA.ANDEK W . KAMALL. ja" tf Postmaster General. $1,000 REWARD. STATE OV NEVADA, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. TjY TIIE AUTHORITY IN ME VESTED BV I J the Constitution and Laws of the State of Nevada, 1 hereby offer a REWARD OF ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS For the arrest and delivery of THOMAS RILET From SACRAMENTO via ShiEgl 10 euner ine c nerin oi L,yon lounty, or to the I Spring's to Sheriff of Ormsby County. Nevada. Said Rilev is I r o charred with the murder of Timothv G. Smith. VIRGINIA. CITY, tV. ci : (r r . i. s-v n , , .c... u. v,u, .oUm,, auegea .o nave 0n ,,, gept(,nlb,r 17th, freight per tl. been committee; on the night of Thursday, De- I above line will leave Sacramento by the 3 o'clock cember 12, 1667, at said Riley's House, in Lyon '1. train daily, and be liratclied per wagon County, while said Smith was attempting toarres him for shooting one Miles O'Orady, the same night, at Empire City, Ormsby County. DESCRIPTION : Thomas Riley is an Irishman ; about Hve feet six inches high; hair gray, formerly brown; eyes blue, or gray ; ordinary weight about one hun dred and thirty-five pounds ; and in speech and action is sharp and quick. When he committed the murder he was wearing a moustache and im perial. In testimony whereof I have hereunto net my hand, and caused to be affixed the Great Seal of the State of Nevada. Done at Carson City, this the ISth day of December, A. D. 186". 11. Q. BLASDEL. Governor of Nevada- Attest: C. N. Notiwase, Secretary of State. AnDlicAtion t tr Patent from the United States unJ T Act of Congress approved July 2, 1S66, for I and unless payment shall be made before will be twelve hundred fret of the Philadelphia No 2 sold on the SECOND (2) DAT OF APRIL, 1868, J-ode, known as the Philadelphia Silver Mining io pay in;uennqueni assessment logemer wiin from Shlugle Springs on the Iwiluwing morning running via Placervtlle, Genoa and Carson Clt TO Virginia City and Intermediate Fointi ' son, Silver City. Virginia ana tioica mail lots, and llsrtit uackases bulky frelsut sutitia chariie -nil! dc ntae, Shippers will deliver freight to Whitney A Co. Agents, Sacramento. No packages larger thai 3 by 3 and 4 feet Ions, or weighing over suu pounds, will be received, unless specially agreed AGENTS : WHITNEY A CO.tSacramentoand Shingle SprintH II. W. B A KICK .Fhtcervi..' I D. A. FVLKS t Carson Cii I M. C00P1.K A CO., 25 South C St., Virginia City H '. BAKER d6-tf Proprietor. Compinr's Claim, in Esmeralda Mining District, Ksmerald t ounty, Xvaia. Said claim is described ai follows, to wit: Commencing at a post on the )3tn slope ot Lruc c nance hhi at zoo teet norm of the road leading to Willow Gulch, and about one half mile alove the Wid West mill. Said pit is at the r. rfhwe?t corner of the Tbiladolphia tfilrer Mining Crapany's surface (rronnd on the Vhilalrlphia Lole, runninsr thence North 3ti 3n' wen 2:0 feet, thence N. 57 3 K 450 feet, thence 8. 32 3 r E. 200 feet, thence S. 67 30' W. to the pl-ice of besinnin?. containiBC-27-100 acres, rlaiai- iae the abTesnrftceerouRdembracins the Lole, and also claiming alnng the line of the Lode be neath th surface, embracing the same twenty- nve feet on each si le of the Lode trout the center o the same, containing 86-100 of an acre. Said ciaim U desienated by monuments 1,200 feet apart, the vstern betnn from the nestern Dein; . ut. There are no known claimants ad- join:nsaiJ claim- Said claim is more particu'arly , described by the diaeram and notice posted in this I onse and on the claim. WASREX T. LOCKHAKT, oclS Hetjister. costs of advert isinij and expenses of sale. By ocuer of the Board ot Trustees. W. L. DACTEKMAN. Secretarv. Office, No. 52 and 53 Washington Market. San Francisco. California. felotd ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. THE rXDERSTGXEP. CHARLES C. SMITH, 1 has been du!v up'inte 1 sidiuiriistrator vf the estate of Timothy G. Suiitb, late uf urnisby coun- tv, evad dei-eased. All persons indebted to said ef.ite are reqnestea to make immediate payment. All persons having claims against said estate will present them within ten months trom the date hereot, duly authenti cated, to the un'ler.-tiifued. at his place of business. in Canton Citv, Nevada, fur allowance. Jauuarv 24th, 1S08. VriAKLts u, SMii ti. Administrator ja24 4w of the estate of Timothy 0. Smith. TST THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JTj- J lius E. Garrett deceased . In Second District Court. Orawbv countv. eva.ta. otice is nereoy civen that John If. Kidder and H. r. Kice, aa- niiuintratxrs if the estate of Julius E. Garrett deceased, hav rendered and presented fr settle ment, and tiled in said Cmtt, their annual ac count of their administration tf said estate; and that Saturday, lebruarv lt, A. D. 1S08. being a day of a term of said Court, to wit: of the De cember Term, A. D. ltVJ, at 10 oVbick A. M. , has ieen dulv appointed I'T the Judge ot said t-ourt. for the settlement of &iid account, at which time any perw-n interested in said estate way appear aud tile his exceptions in writing to said account. aud can te"t the same. Witiiv-ss niv hand and St-al of said Dis- ( v a I tri'-t Court, this 22nd dav of January, L:s- i i. isos. w-,a3tf M. J. ASHMORE, Clerk. L. STOCK A. BROWN, Application for Patent. Notice No. 58. C. S REGISTER'S OFFICE, CarsnnCity. Neviia, ovemter 12. WJ. t "VTdTIGE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THOM-3 Wheeler, Williani Wallace, Nathan G. Pad dock and Abuer IL Barker, have this day filed in tins oa a BMsram, together witn a notice o, barrw, NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS A GAINST THE ESTATE OP 'WILSON MIL- XV ler deceased. All persons having claim. against the estate of Wilson Miller deceased, will exhibit them with the necessary Touchers within Ten (10) months after the first publication of this notice to the underpinned, administratrix of said estate, at her residence in Mottville Precinct, Douglas County, SeTada, or such claims will be I A.D EVCIIAXGE BROKER, Member of trie an r rancisco Stock and. Hxclianae 8l'MMO.S. U. S. ReT. Stamp, 5oc.) (State Rev. Stamp, 50c. 4TATK Of AEVAUA, COUNTY OF OliMtBV. O In the Justice's Court, Empire Township, in and for laid county or Ormshr. The State of Ne vada sends creel in to James Dewitt and W. Dnn- ham: V on are hrebr summoned to appear be fore me at my office in Empire City, in Empire rownsuip, in ormauy county, on tne lOtb day of February. A. D. 1868.1 at 10 o'clock a r.. and answer unto the complain of c. E. Jones, who sues you to recover of you the sum of one hundred and eighteen and 20-100 : dollars, alleged to be due to him from yon, upon j an open bok account, as will m re fully appear by plaint in s account on hie in myemee, when judgment will be taken against you for the said amount, together with costs aud damages, H you fail to appearand answer. To the bhenff or anr Constahie of the said county greeting: Make legal se rr.ee and due re turn Hereof. Giren under my hand this 27th day of Decern - oer, A. j. isbi. JA3IKS MJRKI.,i. 'j w4w Justice of the Peace, Empire Tcwmdiiy. TO THE LOVERS OP 1 1 1 Xji I -A. I S I" ATE Tins BAY RENTED TIIE TABLE in the MiGXOMl S1LOOX, Where will be found two First-Class Thvlaa Bil liard Tables, with NEW CtJSHIOITS ASD BALLS: Cues will be found in good repair, Tables alwavt lerel, and all paraphanalia appertaining in goou orier. a.k for a liberal share of piiMic parronape from the poorest as well as the htt p!av-n. and I will arntmmodate you in every jai ticular. BILLY ROBINSON. Car?onCity, Nevada, January 4. l8. ja.Vff H. H. BANCROFT & CO., GENERAL AGENTS Office. 76 South C Street, Virginia, Opposite Wells, Fargo A Co. Application ftr Patent from the United States nuder Act of Congress approved July 26, 1S66, for twelve hundred fee: ot tae Mastoduo lode, Known as the Whaeler Company's claim, in the Wilson Miaini District, EmerIda County. Nevada. Said claim is described as folluws : commeuciDc at M ition Xo. 1. about one hundred and fifty yards to the south ot Mtin street in the town of Fine Mrere, beln the n'trth-we -t corner of the claim, running tuence north oz degreed 4& minutes east, wv ieet to Station No. 2, Thence south 37 degrees 15 mi ante east, 1,200 feet to Station No. 3. Thence uth 52 decree? 45 minutes west, 00 feet to Station Xo. 4. Thence north 37 degrees 15 min utes west. 1.209 feet to the place of beginning containing 16 52-loths acres. Said Tein or Lode i estimated to be 400 feet in width, and there is cl-umed on eica side thereof 100 feet. Immedi ately adjoining said claim on the northern end there an no known claimants. On the southern euJ thereof locations have been made by the Cad mus Cotup iny. by the Poorman Company, and by the DepMite No 3 Company. Said claim is more pr:icularly dt scribed by the Notice and Diagram pouted in this office and on the claim. nl4 , WAKitKN T. LOCKIIAKT Register. SOPITTA MILLER, Administratrix. Dated February 25 th, 1868. fe26-3od LAND OFFICE U. 9. LAvn Omr. Caso?i Citt, Nkvad., rebruary l.tn. NOTICE. - 1 1S63.J F R E S H S E E D S ! TT E BEG LEATE TO CALL ATTENTTOX If of lalers. Large Ranchers, Nurserymen, Gardeners and others, to our well s-locted stock of j Seeds, all of which we guarantee of choicest qual ity. Among our assortment at present is 10,000 pounds Alfalfa CLvrer; 3.UUU pounds Red Clover; 2.0UO pounds White Dutch Clover; 4000 pounds Hungarian Urates Seed; 4,000 pounds Millet Graweed; 4000 pounds Timothy Grass Seed; xVV bu?ueis Jied Top Grass eed; 00 bushels Ky Bine Giass feetl; lOO bushels Orchard Gniss Seed; lOO bushels Lawn Grass Seed; XOO pounds White French Mulberry. And all kinds of Garden Seeds in quantities to suit purchasers. Also, on hand 20,000 assorted Fruit Trees, in quantities to suit. Remittances can be made through Wells, Fargo t Uo., or by mail. , Address J. l'- sntwEt, 409 and 411 Davis street. San rancisco. Send for a catalogue. , fe'22 2m IMINI5G STOCKS. GREENBACKS, TJ5I- TED S1ATE3 BONDS. Otlior Socixritioai Bought and Scld on Commission Only. fruit ! fruit:: fruit: GEORGE ZEN0VICH, KrtES TO M OBSEttTX AT THE CAK30S PtBUC School. This School will open on the second Monday of January, the 13th inst., and will con tinne in icesien for fourteen consecutive weeks as a Winter Term. It is hoped that there will be a general attendance ou this day of those scholars who Intend going to the Public School during the Winter Session. By direction of the District Board the following rules aud regulations will eovem the operations of the School until further notice: 1 TwAnfT iTiri Tin II natitntA A (wlinnl month and no teacher shall be required to teach un the I rJ7 lJaClllC bttlteS N ational Holiday s. I 2. During the winter Term the daily "wod TJ-of fTloea Arrnnfa AVQTlferf 11 commence at 9:30 a. si., and close at 2:30 P. M. I"0" for the Primary; and 4 P. m. for the Intermeliate PACIFIC COAST, For all the lest Subscription Works Published in tbe East, and also for the X0ST IMPOETAKTWOrES PUBLISHED IK AND EELATING TO DEALES IX- and Grammar; with the usual intermission of one hour from 12 u. to 1 p. v.; and such recesses as the Principal may determine. 3. The Principal shall have full control of the School, and each teacher shall be required to re Dort to him at the end of each school month, such statistics in relation to ner department as ne may require. 4. Teachers oi tne tcuoot snaii pay one atten tion to proper warmth and ventilation of their respective school-roums, and shall be held respon sible for the conductor tbir pupils during the whole of the daily session. ft. T.yk.M rannipAit tn Its. tn trtaiV i-oerw. A fresh supply daily from Californin by Fast Knclo room at least ten minutee before the FOR FRUIT, JINUTS, VEGETABLES, NDIES, Tobacco, Cigan, Pipei. Good Works and Good Territory. II. II. BANCROFT . CO. Pan FranrUrrt, Cal. Freieht and Kxnress. ICverv Tanetv of calirorpta and Tropical Frnrl tbat can b obtained fir this Market. Prices reasonable. A laree snnnly always on hand. MS- Carson street, noar tbe corner of King strexr. Carson UitT. n-ti -V0TICE 13 1TEREBT GITEX THAT BY i or1r ff tbe Hon. C'mmisionfr of tbe Gea- rai Land Ofnce, dated January 20, lf&, all the laaia berutofjre reserved along The line of the Central Pacific Rail Koal, from tbe grate liae to tae B Bend of the Trnckee River, between tbe and 25 mile limits, will he restired to pre-emp- t.on acd homestead entry on the 21st dav ot Marcn nxt. The l.nd? restore! iuclnde the South half! of T 13 X K 18 K; T 14 N R 19 ; nearly all of T 13 X K 19 E; T IS N K 3J fc: part Of ID 91 I J E ans T 15 Ji K 1 Kz part or T SK IS 15: T 23 N R IS K, and nearly all of Townships 23 H K 13 anJ K WAURES T. L0CKHART, f2i)-law4w Register. Notice In Bankrnptcy. rpniS H TO GITE NOTICE TIHT 1 15tu day of febrnary, A. D. 1S0S OX THE a warrant AEOLPHTJS WAITZ, NOTARY PUBLIC FOR ORilSBY COUNTY. liceal Initrnmtata Drawn : Re cords written up X ssooKJceeping ana copying or every atlcripuon none Willi neatness ana aisuaicn OFFICE, CORNER OF KTX0 4 CTJREY ST8, Februarv 19. lSif.8. TIIO.HAS WELLS, Attorney ami Counselor at Law, NO COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR CAI- IF0RNIA. Office in Sweeny's Building. BOOK AGENTS WANTED To solicit orders for a new ILLUSTRATED BIBLE DICTIONARY. (Complote in One Volnme.) THIS DICTIONARY EMBODIES TIIE RESULT OF TIIE MOST I studies required to be completed before gradaa , recent stndv. research, and investigation of ition. auunt sijtty-flva cf tbe moat eminent and ad-1 12 No scholar shall bo dlsmiwed befire the Tanced Biblical pcholars now living. Clergymen close of tbe daily seaeion, unless he present a re of all denominations approve it, ana re para it as 1 qnest troni nis parent or gaaraian tnat is saiis- the best work of ltn Kind 111 the English language, 1 factory to the teacher. oTvenlne of the School in the mornlne. 6. Anr scholar detained in the School during tbe regular recesses, sball be allowed a recess of at least three minutes immediately mereairer. 7. Scholars who are absent trom the tchooi lor five consecutive days lose all claim to their partio nlar seats. 8. Absentees ire reonireo: to Drine excnies 1 , nn-w-ym -r-k-w- . ximci c.v from their parents or guardians, assigning good j tolliH. J&9 JrXjAxN -L o, 4VU reasons for their absence. I tuv t a -1 urir rn a sr t 9. Defiance of teacher's authority, profanity. I vulgarity, or fighting on the .school ground dn- At tb ytQ x Reasonable Prices ! SEED ESTABLISHMENT! 435 Washington Street, SAN FRANCISCO. TK ARB NOW OFKBRINO FOR SALE IN f quantities to suit purchasers tbe FINEST AB.D MUST RELIABLE ASS0UT!EXT OF ring the daily session, shall be sumVient offense for expulsion from the School by the Principal; provided tliat the party expelled may have the right of appeal to the District Board, and, if sus tained by them, shall be reinstated in tbe School I with all his former rights and privileges. in A nw an-hnliir n-hn haj fallen hfhiml hffi rlftaa. may be placed in tbe next lower by his teacher, nhiert to the annroval of the Princioal. 11 No scholar shall rmm from a lower to faieber department unless he be duly examined in all the issued .winst the estate of He will practice in ail the Conrts of this Htate, in haiikrcut.'V was TirM S J. BKDFORD, of Cars -n City, county of Or why, and state of evadt, vtho us been ad ju le I a bankrupt, on his own ptitin; tbat the piy cent of any debts and delivery of any property bd'irin to surh bankrupt U him, or tor his use. and tbe t ufr of any prerty by biin are frbi ien by hv; that a m tetin of the creditors of tbe nil bankrnit, to pr ve bis dbts and choose one or more aasismee of his estate, will bo held at a fu,-t of 3 tkTiptcy, V be h Id-n at the office of Mr. J. a Rritr in Itantruptry of s-tiJ Court, No. 3 j Sjuth C ati eet, in Virginia City, Storey county, Nv-,d-, hfre said Register, on on the 2 rtb day of -ebrury, a. D. 1563, at 12 uc!jck m. E. TKWTN, TJ. f . MairsI;! aad MP'wnger in Bankruptcy. I 1el5-lt ByJo. C. Jami, Deputj. and in the Circuit and District Courts of the United States. Most careful attention will be given to all matters entrusted to his care. AsTHouses and Lots rented, bought and sold, on reasonable terms. T'tlee strictly investigated. conveyancing done, and collections made, CHARLES S.WHITXAIT, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW, orncHS o)K.-ver or fifth axo t ctkixts, W ASHIJTGTOlf , D. C. SECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE prucuration of 1'ntcnts for Mlaeral, Arlenltaral and Town Site Liads, Aa all brandies at business before the General La tid Office. t9- Rr'e'miee as to reliability : Hon. Job Carrey aud Him. Oscar Si.allor supreme Court BOOK-KE E PING BY DotiTdIo Entry. pHR UNDERSIGNED, (AN ACCOUNTANT OF B iweniv-uie icain i-iuci i. uvw oared tu teach Holt-keeping by Double Entry, practically and thoroughly. Students will not be limited as to time, but will continue their studies until perfectly competent to taKe cnarge .1 a act ofbotik. Pi-rsons can enter at any time, as eacn studont is taught separately, terms moderate. F. D. TODD, Sweeny's Building, (up stairs.) Oarson. Nov. 9, 18H7. CHARLES MARTIN, NOTARY, PUBLIC, Office with the Seeretnry of State, 4 cenntf BvUdingv, CARSOIf CITY, .......NEVADA. January 22d, 1S68. ja22-tf and one which ouglit tu be in the hands of every bible reader iu the Jana. In circulating this work, Aeents will find pleawint and profi table employment. Tbe numer ous objections which are usually encountered in selling ordinary works will not exist in this. Uiit, on tiiti contrary, encouragement anu friendly aid will attend the Airent, making his labors agreeable, useful and lucrative. Ladies, retired Clenrvmen, School -teachers. Fanners, Students, and all others who possess energy, are wanted to assist in canvassing every Town and County ou the Pacific Coat, to whom tbe most hoeral inducements win re onerea. For particulars apply to or address 'Subscription Department," ii. h. BAxcnorr a co., San Francisco. General Agenti fr Tacific Coast. oc31-tf 13. Any scholar who shall purposely injure any of the school property shall tresurject to repri mand from the District Board, and suspension I from tbe School by tbe Principal. J. SUT H ERL AND TAIIjOR, 1 FORMERLY OF SAN FRANCISCO hwI Sacramento, and well known to the Trade in Californiaand Nevada, would inform the citizens of Carson and vicinity that be has openAd a . OM CAHSUII STllas.l Between tne Penrod Honseand tbe Justice Offlce, wberehe is prepared to do all kinds of TAILORING ASD REPA IKI9I G. Particnlar attention given to CDTTISB AND FITTING aalOJ for others to make. SCHHOXS. U. P. Rev. Stamp. 50c.1 fState Rov. Stamp. 50c. STATE Otf NEVADA. IN TUB JUSTICE'S Court, Empire Township, in and for the County of Ormsby. Tbe State of Nevada sends greeting- to James Dewitt and W. Dunham: Ton are herebr summoned to appear before me at my I office in the Township of Empire, in the County of Ormsbr, on the 10th day of February, A. D. 1868, at 10 o'clock A. if., to answer unto the complaint of J. D. Barnwell, who sues vou to recover the sum of $121 50, alleged to be due for 27 cords of wood, at the rate of i SO per cord, as will more fuHy appear by account now on tile in this office, when judirment will be taken aeaint yon for the said amount, together with coats and damages, if yon fail to appear and answer. To the Sheriff or any Constable of the said county greeting: Uake legal service aud due re turn hereof. Given under my hand this 2Sth day ox Decem ber, A. D. 1867. JAMES MORRIS, Ija7-4w Justice of the Peace of said Township. 4TaT" Trade Catalogues ran be of.faJned at tbe offlce of this paper. I DWAKD E. M0OKE. ie7-tr COPYING AND OTHER WRITING. TIIE UNDERSIGNED BEOS TO INFORM Lawyers and business men in general that lie Can Be Found at the County Building Prepared to attend to Copying or any 'Writins Which may be intrusted to him, and bees a share of whatever may be doing in that line. RICHARD R PARKINSON. December St, 1W7. HAVILAND'S STABLE, 77 and 79, C STREET, A few doors south of W. F. & Co.'s, VIRGINIA CITY, NEVADA. LITERY, SALE A AD FEED. TERMS REASONABLE. GIVE ME -A. CALL. jyl2-tf D. B. HATILANn, NOTICE. PUBLIC NOTICE Id HEREBY GIVEN THAT X will not, henceforth, be responsible for . SAJH. C DESSOS, Attority.tt.LiW) District Attorney of Ormssy Conaty AMh in Co.. Kn iM i n it. Ornrmcm .Titv. New. I the maid RrtdcrAt M.lone on tnv acconnt. da. Snecial attention riven to cases ander tLe ! iKANK HaWAb i United States Bankrupt law. ap24 tf I Carson Cityj Kerada, February W, 1809. any debt or debts contracted by my wife BRIDGET M ALONE; and this notification is made as a warning to business men and others not to trust