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TRI WEEKLY TIMES _ **« iaanoiscj TRI-WEEKLY TIMES
Published every - ^ '.' SSgyy1*^
Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday, ■ , Y I 1 VI T jofl lEUlHTlNd.
By FRANK KENYON. B E 1 1 WE AI* W phint, at
TERMS: ■* W i,YV ^..^potKc.^t*»#«*■ mm. i.
One copy, per »nnnm, - *10 OO _ CARD8, POSTERS, BILLHEAD?
One copy, ala month*, ... 0 OO _ ___———I Circulars, Labels,
One copy, three month*, 3 00 . _ Mill Blanks. RecelDta.
Bjr Carrier, • - 23 rents a week.' VOL. 1. SILVER CITY, NEVADA, AUG. 16, 1874._ NO. 19. I ■ ——
An Afllfctr of Honor.
Xu oUi citizen of Wj^lungtoik we
lateff the M lowing reminiscence :
“On the 6th day of February, 1819,
at. Blaclensburgr iu tly\ District of
Columbia, was fought one of the
most remarkable duels .known jo
the artnats of tfrff bloody bode.
The parties were Colonel Armstead
Thompson Mason, tlion; Senator of
Virginia, and Colonel John McCarty.
The parties to this sanguinary con
flict were near neighbors in the
county o£ London, and brojjierse-ui-.
law, and the tfilScnlty “betweert tfirtn
grew out of political questions of
that day. The fight was pressed by
Colonel Mason, against rqanv pro
tests and expedients ot Colonel
McCarty to avoid it. The distance
finally settled upon was six paces,
with muskets, rendering death to
one or both certain, and at the first
fire Colonel Masou fell mortally
wounded. He "left a widow with
one squ, then fifteen morphs old,
and ttie first Intelligence which the
wife had of the sad event or the
controversy was the Announcement
of her husband’s death, accompanied
with his remains from 1 fiat, bloody
field called the ‘ field of honor.’
Even at that day there were many
Christian people w ho Jjeld the duel
ing eode in abhorrence, and there
upon arose a grave quesliou—whe
ther within the consecrated ground
of the old Episcopal church the re
mains ot a duelist should li&ye
Christian burial. Tltese scruples
were finally overcome, and the re
mains ot Colonel Mason now repose
in the old church burying grounds
at Leesburg, Va.; hut, singularly
enough, no headstone, or other mon
ument denotes the spot where the
once distinguished ami honored
Senator Mason's remain! now
repose. Before the duel Col. Mason
made his will, devising his entire
estate, consisting of some 5,0110 aeirs
ot land under a high state of cul
tivation, with a large retinue of
slaves and other personal property,
to his wife and infant son, Stephen
Mason, share and share I aMke.
From the date of Colonel Mason's
death until his widow's demise she
was never, known to speak his name
or personally allude hi her late hus
band, whose fate was so tragic. The
popular reason assigned for her sin
gular course was that she thought
that her husband had done u great
wrong by engaging in a mortal com
bat without an intimation to her
under the circumstances in which
she was placed. The widow remain
ed in the tiiuiily mansion, which
was capacious, elegantly furnished,
aud everything appertaining thereto
was on a scale of regal mag
nificence; but during the minority
of her son, embracing a period of
twenty years, she retired to the hack
apartments of the house, and never
put her foot In the front part until
her son became of full ago, when, ,
witli some ceremony, she took the
arm of tier son aud walked into the
rooms so long desorb'd.
At this time Mrs. Mason, with her
son Stephen.was the rightful owner ol
tiiis immense estate, now very much
enhanced in value, tint in t heir pos
session it was destined to remain nut
a few years. The son, together witli
his mother, very soon became in
volved by sundry indorsements and
other obligations, by wkigb tho en
tire estate was sold under the sher
itl's hammer- Froin thenceforth Jhe
widowed mother and her only den
were without shelter, and reduced to
penury and want. The uoixStepheu,
being thus without employment or
means, sought and obtained a cap
tain's commission in the army, ami
was killed in the war with Mexico,
at Cerro Gordo. Such were the sad
results indicted upon an eminent
family and the sacriliee of ftigh posi
tion and the wasting of a palatial es.
tate to lliat which lias been falsely
called the “code of honor." Now,
as te his antagonist upon that bkwdy
ti«ld, C»|. McCarty, his family (de
sisted of his wife, one son and a
daughter^ His son, s highly edu
cated aud promising young man,
was accidentally shot upon the prom
ises of uoi. Mason, whom his father
had so cruelly slain. Although
there was nothing especially blame
worthy, according to the duelling
code, on the part of Col. McCarty,
yet he ever afterward led a misura
my dissolute life.' wandering over
different partsgf tiiecouulry; every
where avoided, dissolute and un
principled, ha died detested aud un
uiournsd.** t
.. rjl i. /i t... A X A V Y
A cadaT»W'®!*'^U“P **t «ro*n to
Wtt «r tha uadug stout)* in the mar
ket yesterday and called for 75 eento
worth or “grub”-the best ip the
’bouse.” It Was handed to him with
commendable promptness; and it
made people’s eyes hang out to see
him eat. Ue was about half an hour
finishing up, apd when he got up he
•mmarkod that he. had forgothm Sis
pocket-book. The woman grabbed
up a butcher-knife and started for
bim, but instead of running away, be
isi'l his band on her shoulder and
* “ispered, “ He calm, and above all,
don’t exc.ite me. My lit comes on
regularly every day at this hour, and
t urn i get wild.luck, idte, yell, and
over ttifnpi. rf feel ft ^omhig ’on
now. if there’s a policeman in the
market go and get him, and 1M liiin
crcT,“l’bfnh,1W*,«‘ OGAftwy be
•ore I kill some oust” She ran to get
#dke^r, a»0 ran the
other way.—Detroit Free Prew,
» '• ' . fFOB TUB TIMM.
ROVE.
What in that power called love?
It routes aud goes at pleasure *
Leaving ond helpless as the dove.
Extols in greatest measure.
Its victims, o'er it have no control;
They’re bliy^to ea h cue's faults;
Cupid enthrals their very soul,
The loved one he exalts.
• Vor each withhmfHht adrt itild bare,
They guard ’gainst Juift* or ortrrow;
Lest it that life, »a dear, should mar,
Or griuf aud trouble borrow.
And yet ’in "baste, resent a slight,
Each will repel the other;
Then yield again, drawn b^ the light
Of a smile, or gentle 'Gw.
Hence, fickle goddess, termed of old.
Yet steadfast for the goal,
Ak the tie*U«
Tending always to the pole.
Thu' pantMiutdk SoadA aud storms
It points the mariners way—
* * feiltfre, in multifarious for us, i 0
Leads to a glorious day.
Viator.
Silver City, August 11th, 1874.
The ki:pi bm< .4.\ party.
WA, party d putt principle, with a
wefc-4 ns fWHmnr'fes Hi at inf fhe ItepnblifSn
party, can never die. The political buzzards
end carrion cfowa may circle aljove its head
in anxious expectation of its dissolution, but
they will hover and caw, and flap their sable
wittifs in vain. Th$ Republican party die!
Aftd who. fiien would iniierit its briglit and
glorious history! What party of fraction
would claim its honored battle flag? With What
party then could we connect the patriots who 1
have lain down their political armor and pass
ed over to “farther shore?" Blot out the Re
publican name? Never! Parties ilo not die so
easily. Why, the Rebellion with all its politi
cal ignominy failed to kill the Democratic
party. IthaslMjcu pronounced dead and buried,
and its tombstone has been erected, its epitaph
written, its fu oral requiem chanted again and
again—but it still lives, nevertheless, though
its garment#* have n* t yqt !bueu sufficiently
fumigated E» ffew it from tt|e n},f smell. It
sbotfs, Tiowevi f. how hard it is to kill au, old
established party. Those who foolishly talk
aboutthe death of the Republican party, point
to the old Whig party as a type and fore-runner. '
But the <4<L >$hig|*nrtY did not die. its/#*§n
Wrpffibnlzakfcns, ifi 6oi>^. ntiona ass^ab^d,
Td'Thbtned with ihfrreesml party, and the two
parties formed a single party, adopting the
name Republican. The old Whig party did
not die—it lived in all its strength, with the
combined strength of the Anti-Slavery ele
ments of the country in the Republican organ
ization. But even tlii** chapgc could not have
been brought about Had the Whig party been
in power, as is the Republican party of to-day,
with more than half or the term of the nati< >nal
administration unexpired; with a majority of
more than two-thirds ns Congress, with two.
third* of the State administrations, and a maj
ority of over hmidrrd thousand in the
nation all opposition recorded at th* :$st Pres
idential election. A party with such a prestige
die? Why it is worse than ravings of the mad
m.oi to tala such nonsense.
An Offset.—There is one mistake in the
economy of the temperance people's argument.
They say thnt strong drink, besides being rag.
Ing U sole and speedy death. T! is cannot lx-,
for. if it is true, how do they account for the
“bummers?” those inter* sting specimens of
playsd-t^lii' aa. “Thfjr hui n*it.u«other du-th. y
spin,” and it is extremely doubtful if Sol
omon, in his best days, ever made one suit a
duty for so loug a time as the thorough-bred
bmumer does. Ancignt pantaloon*. topped 4>y
a venerable coat) which, in its turn. *hfc-ld au
antiquated vest from the rude breezes an l
ruder gaze of the public. And then the gol
Ur—spirit of If'» d«K*md. i*a—proudly defiant
of dirt,and at u«n*t autumn tty with the wearer's
chain. Serrated and rough its edges may be,
but 'tis a collar. A face bucolic and rosy, sur.
rounded by a fringe of stubby beard, ami a
nose that shines as a beacon on a sedgy island.
Veneration forbids an allutdoji t<> tb - hat.
“tMose but the trappings and hsbflihients;'*
withiu's the man. Untouched by time and
immutable as the hills, year after year rolls
by ami still they live on. Generation after
generation of “young bloods" waste their
money on them, tilling them with happiness
and drink. Time's scythe cuts i(Tl around
them—gathem th* fairest grain, while those
old mullin sbrtks nf hnmanity are left stand
ing. Could Tennyson have had them In liis
*nmd when he wrote,
“Men may come and men may go,
But I go «»n foreygrl”^
Too Mooh Happinks*.—The Portland (Or.)
Xews says: Thewifcof^r. J. B. Wilson gave
birth to naMes last tv«^|lig, their uuit**d
weight being forty-five and a half pounds. The
first weighed fifteen pounds, the second eleven;
thu th)r*i ton, ami thefourtb and last nnunami
a half. We make the statement some w lift! r*-«
luctantly, fur the reasou that after the fact be
comes ganefally known young men art liable
to banish from their minds all thoughts of
inatrimogp, and married men are apt to think
there is something wrong with the climate,
and give Oregon A wide berth in seeking
homes.
The death rat** in New York City is 44 to
each I'M*), while, in London it is only 20 to
the amne-number. New Yorkert live that
much faster than Londoners, which accounts
for the death rate beiug so much ahead.
Font* cant* for the -True Christian
Ifgion, ami twenty-six cents for “Heaven and
Hell” is the wording of an advertisement by a
Pnfla«h*lph*» publishing bouse. The terrua
Reveille; Three families of emi
grants from l lias Willamette valley,
Oregou, auivtsliui taw* last-evening
and oatrtjwrf oh' MMnSitroet. They1
ciane to settle permanently in this
oity.
A promtnfst citizen, who knows
h.ftv it is himself, says, o Great art)
the uses of matrimony; It teaches a
man meekness, resignation, humility
and tlie utility of sweet oil and court
plaster."
fjfr hf*Ar ot **
Illinois Cautral Coal Company’s
works .occurred Tuesday, killing
three men. and badly Injuring two]
others. v
It is rtpmMdTrom Hsvnna, Aug.'
11th, tliat tlie rebel General Punchn
Vogo wa^ killed in a skirmish at
Tray Henltn, on the 1st instant. i
-I—JUL-L
WALTER,
Itsr •« ’»• / jfo-w #*•. U . • :t * ■ :
'ROSENTHAL
HOTY au - . rr;:i;:th vt/ !/•
& CO.
SILVBK CITY, NJEV.
a i - T
. DEALERS in
’ aw - 1 toft** ' i1
■j _ <-j -■ #Jri
GROCERIES,
UQUORS^ 120*
HARDWARE,
EXCm EJJ).,, KEC. . |
.
Mill and Mining Goods
A SPECIALTY.
Goods Delivered Free g Charge.
-1— -?-- ■ ' i
CHARLES E. DE LONG,
Attorney at Law,
OTTim. Itlkrkli nnll.imc. (np stair.). rnmrr
C and Taylor streets, Virginia, Nevada.
LEWIS T. COWIE,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
OFFICE, Black’s Building, cor. C and Taylor,
VIRGINIA. NEVADA.
eTb. stonehillT^
Attorney at Law.
OFFICE, Black’s Building, up stairs, corner O
and Taylor streets, Yirgunu. Nevada.
Notary Public and Cwimiuioner of Deeds
ROBERT H. LINDSAY,
Attorney at Law !
UNITED STATES ATTORNEY, DISTRICT
OF NEVADA.
Office In the Bank Building, entrance on
Taylor Street.
Virginia City, - Nevada.
DR. J. MANSON,
PHYSICIAN
And SURGEON!
(Late of Grass Valley, Cal.)
Office—In Maynard House. - Gold Hill.
P. T. KIRBY, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE
orpiifcrt-i; dorwin-k a«say office.
Main Street Cold Hill.
m. J. JIi'CUTOHFi in 1, my antL<m» l
Collector._*
ROSS I, BROWNE,
U. 8. MINERAL t
Deputy Surveyor,
( ROOM 8, TAHOE HOUSE,
VIRCINIA CITY.
F. DeLanza, M. E.
Room 4 Odd Fellows Building, C St.
VIRGINIA OJXY, NEVADA.
Mining Engineering, in all ita branelieH,
Pr.anptiy •titan**9
CHAS. V. BOISOT,
Stock Broker,
SILVER CITY, - • NEVADA.
IP , —
Stocks Bought, Sold
and'Carried on Margins.
J»iO.CRIER,
Broker, Notary Public,
_A Nil
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS
>ot c.turwtsit.
OFFICE -WELLS. FARGO & CO.'S BRICK
BUILDING, SILVER CITY, NEVADA.
G. C. FISH,
Lodging House and Saloon.
TYHE FINEST STRINO M.ATTRASSE8 IN
tnwn WOtvemAAiwll.
| Fish's Chop House.
BARBER SHOP.
! EO. W. WRAPT, -Wit* A WAIST ANTS
can always be found at his thorn Silver
Half'Cutting, Shampooing, amt Shaving
I a, th« uMt twtel.l muuitr puaibto. (Hve
IRiu.c^l- , __
I J. PAUESON.
; Boot and Shoe Maker,
MAY* UT. Ml/WtR CITY, >^V
' Repairing neaUy taftgllteA Clive me a call
for work in iny line. Satlafactlon Ruaranteed
in all eaeet. _
DKALE^ IN
HAY, GRAIN *nd WOOD,
• 1 Main Street..’......Dayton.
, b IOi'K boarded by the day ok week
Meyer & Stegman
tf * i ? f
Wholesale ami Retail Dealers in
GROCERIES,
■%
PROVISIONS,
4-1 '
HARDWARE,
CLOTHING,
j i f $ .--I ir31 Try'
MILL GOODS !
DRY GOODS!
• j i. , i . •! - ,
Crockery, Liquors,
:» 2TTI Wi m DO - A1TM3D
ETQ., ETC., ETC.
Corner of Main and Pike Streets,
/ • i . T
DAYTON, NEVADA.
OASIS SALOON
BILLIARD HALL!
MAIN STREET, - SILVER CITY.
Fireproof Brick Building, under Masonic Hall.
C. Becker, -_Proprietor.
Constantly on band the finest
Old Bia tidies
Old Brandies DmnHioc Old Brandies
Old Brea dies Dl cUIUlUo, old Brandies
Old Brandies
Pure Old Bourbon Whisky,
California Winop,^ q
BASS’ ALE, XXX PORTER,
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS.
Polite atteudenti to sorve all who aiay £ayor
me with a call. ■ -*
Alhambra Saloon
West side of Main street,
SILVER CITY. : : : NEVADA
Leconey Sc Charest,
Proprietors.
Importers and dealers in choice old
Whiskies Whiskies
Whiskies, SKlj
Whiskies Whiskies 1
Wines 'Vines
Wines U/jnpc S-1'1™ i
Wines miles, Mines
Wines Wines |
Praudies Brandies
Brandies, Em
P.firtidies Bfsndfro
Cigar* Oigar*
SSS Havana Cigars. SSE
Cigars Cigars
H aving moved into tuf.ui new and
c->idia«*di«»UK building, have tltt^d up an
ELEGANT CLUB ROOM.
GOLD HILL
Lumber Yard !
MAIN STREET, - - COLD HILL,
JUST ABOVE THE RAILROAD CROSSING.
B. H. CARRICK & CO.1
PROPRIETOR*.
PINK AND KKDWOOD I KILINU
Oregon Pine Flooring,
Rustle Pine ami RedwiKid,
Calif nils Sugar Pine,
Plain and Fsney Pickets,
Plain and Fancy Pine alld Redwood Shingles,
Siding, Lath, Moldings, Dunrs. Blind*,
Windows, Transoms, Etc.
4 B. H. CARSICK A CO.
Colombo Saloon,
ALEX WITTMANN,
PROPRIETOR.
Formerly of Colombo Kaloon, C street
Virginia City, Nevada.
ALWAYS on hand the choioast brands of
Winer, Liquor* and Cigar*. My old
fri»-nd*. aiul br many new me* aa f*an, are rea
per t fully Invited to give me a rail.
Main St. Silver City, Not*
ARMORY HALL
BILLIARD SALOON.
MAIN STREET, SILVER CITY, NEVADA.
TM-OIK9 * HALL CALL ATTENTION TO
iV Uit lr auparinr Mock of
Wines and Liquors.
They have oqe tbt* best and latest improved
BILLIARD TABLES
ft>r the use and vteamir* of their many friends.
Depot for Carson Beer.
M. TBNER,
Dealer in choice Wines, Liquors, and Cig&ra.
MAIN STREET, DAYTON.
rfT’Jeimv Jpnd Table, and Petll
putch Table lor aiuunaaient of guests.
CEORCE DEICHMANN,
maim street, silver.
Dealer In
Tinware, comm, sheet iron.
Stoves, RmIsk, Ac.
REPAIRING AND ORBING
| Cr»» Jilting, Be. don. to orior w.lA iiapatcfc
i*
Walter & Newman,
Main Street, Dayton,
^TTR IMMENSE STOCK, consisting pf—
hj liiw t i« ,bet»qmq need »W.I
Clothing,
Dry Goods,
• i r ■ a i :■
Boots and Siloes, ,,
Groceries,
Hardware ,
Nlllt A Mining Coods,
MUST BE SOLO
Within thirty flays from this ditie, at any
price, for cash only.
Be sure and ask fur our price* before pur
chasing else*where, aod you will save money
by doing so.
Our Coods Must be Sold,
Parties IniPlitral td us will take this as the
last WARNING—fdr all Bills lint paid within
one week, payment will he enforced,'
WALTER k NEWMAN.
__|_' ■
International Saloon
Refitted and Refurnished
MARINO IT ONE OF THE
Most Elegant Places in
VIRGINIA CITY, NEVADA.
Finest Wines
and Liquors.
Stock report received daily, also files of the
loading palters.
Open Alt Night!
JOHNNY PIDGE, - - Proprietor.
DELTA SALOON
ORNDORFF & MAGEt, - Proprietors.
NO. 6 SOUTH C ST. VIRGINIA.
Having thoroughly overhauled, enlarged and
refitted in fine style this homto, invite the citi
zens <>f Virginia and surrounding country to
give them a call, assuring them that they will
find the DELTA the best bit saloon in Vir
ginia. as they are determined to keep none
but the beat WINEH, LIQUORS & CIGARS.
Here you can get the celebrated Fredericks
burg Beer, and Lloyd’s Whiskey. Elegant
Club Rooms attached
SILVER HOUSE
JOIIX BEXETTS, - Proprietor.
MAIN STREET, 1 : 4 SILVER CFTY.
First Class! Low Prices!
Having finished this new and
commodious Hotel in a superior style, I
take pleasure In asking a share of public pat
ronage, assuring one and all that
THE TABLfc
will be found to contain the choicest.delicacies
the market* of the State afford, and no pain*
will be-spared to make the stay of gueSfri Com
fortable.
THE ROOMS
are large and well ventilated, and will be found
to be kept cleanly throughout.
JOHN BENNETTS.
INTERNATIONAL HOTEL.
Fireproof Building,
Corner C and Union streets.
VIRGINIA, NEVADA.
S. A. TOMKINS, PROPRIETOR.
j jAVINff RE LEASED, RENOVATED AND
Newly Furnished
the aboye popular hotel, is j repared to accom
modate
DAY BOARDERS,
and all other* with etfery edible that the market
affords, and will spare no paius iu providing
For the Comfort of Guests.
Prioes to suit the Times!
HOTEL OPEN ALL NIOHT
STAGE OFFICE J«r
Cumin .ndAoror, In tne Hotel.
' CIO. W. DOR WI N,
ASSAY ER!
Main Street, - Gold Hill,
(Two door* below the .Vmo« Office.
Bullion carefully belted anb
Amayad at l a dad Btatea Branch Mint
rate*. Ore aaaaye ramie on an ounce heal*. A
a reduetion of Iwantgr-hTS to fifty pen cant, on
regular rater. i 1 4
pTm. O’CONNOR,
Plastering, Mason Wsfle,
General Jobbing
SITTING FURNACES, CALCTtflSWO, fct.
Marble Mantel* placed (0 poamtm,
I Order* left at the Tin** ,HVe, Sllrar CiW, i
! or at the Eclipse Nwopa &od T?sr.i**1 O’ConmilVt
j store, south O street, Virginia, *•<!! be proihpt
i ly a|tended to. _ _
i vFHA^KK^
MM STREET, SOLB HILL, •
S’wioaKY BRQKER!
UNION REPUBLICAN
State Central Committee.
ti
AT A MEETINGOF THE VNJON RE
publican Star*Central Committee, hjMI
in Virginia City, Ju«** tttti, 1871, It wan
Itomdved* Tlvat a *<*? OonwwiUon ql the
union Republican party be held at, WJn
neniucra on Thursday, September''24 nr. 1B74,
to nominate oandidat©* tor th© following of
frftokL * t
Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Represent
ative in CMigreaa. two .1 unttcea ■ T the Uqpremb
Court (long and short term*),. Seeredary of
Ptat*. Attorney G^-ral, Treasurer Ot Stat«*,
Controller ©f state. Surveyor Nenerif,
bupennu-adent of Public duHtrtcticn, Mair
MunTaliJUist, Clera of the Supreme Court,
State Printer and State Central Committee,
and for the tran**©ti<*» of *ut*h ether business
aa.shnlt properly come bafora the OUhvapjjtJon.
Resolved, That each county be entitled to
odt MmitHkriR, m» !(or luo' votes
and un© for each.Traction over 50 votes cast
Wr J. W. Hein©*., PiWMfcritiat £feetbr, at the
general election <rf 1 {Jig.' ■ ,.
RegolvM, That the test to be required of
■11 v©tetafat the primary-© leetiona of the pai*
t| shall be :. Find —Art* you a citizen of the
united State* and State of Nevada, or will yon
be a lawful Vbter at the eifeming election?
Second—will you *upf*n,t the nominee* of the
Kepuhii can state and Conn4- Cunventinn at
the next election?
Reaolhsd, That th3 nrfW'rnl county commit^
tecs be recommended fc> adopt. ancb other
means ahd tests as may seem to them nece*
*pry |o tfa» promotion of pmAtj and fairneab
at the primaries. . t
Delejptte* are apportioned to the fceyeral
Counties ad follows l
Churchill .. hi>X.......... J.........A...;. '1
Douglas........ •
Elko.... 7
; Humboldt ....If... 5
-M- !tttr -«
Lauder. 5
Euraka.-- 5
3z®.*
OrtnsRyY....7...; l\... ._.....’_■’.... *
Sl rty..., . ...j ...... S/I
Lyon.-.11.i.!,;l.f.1.... *
Tptal...r.. M
C. B. ZABRTSKIE. Chairman.
(Ann. A. Itbio, gAcirtlry >> (ti
SILVER CITY
LUMBER YARD
I 53. a ■ ..!.
WEBB A MULLARD, ■
PROPRIETORS.
Tiealers fh »*1I Hn^fs of
' LVUBEJR, SUINUI.ES,
DOOMS, WINDOWS,
BLINOV, MOLDINGS,
E 7V\, ETC., ETC.
■WOOD TORMSfo. SOfcd+X SAWTSO, and
; all kind* of Carp* uter's Finish.
Main Street, - »* - Silver City.
| PRjNfTPAL OFFICE,
ALTA PLANING MILLS,
D STREET..A’lROlVll.
Post Office Depot.
T. S. DAVENPORT,
! , .o DiAuntm^ “ * •• •
Stationery,
Cigars, Tobacco,
n lam loO—.ocual orSotimWiARtc,
BAST SIDE HUM ST.; 3H.VF.U 0I*T, bBV.
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Cheap Cash Store!
NASH Sc SIMS,
...... PKAL,EKS IN,.,,,.
Choice Family Groceries,
WINES, T.tbrORS, iVrBACCi I A*n (WARS,
V IILOTHIMH JKXVfR ami SlIOBb. HaTB
n AXJ) UAt*8. UHDGKERY, GUAbS.
WAKE, Ero „ ^ic., toe.
•7Call on ua before pun basing eleewbar..
Main Street .Day tea, Nev.
M. WERTHEIMER,
Iwiyjrb i toiI Jpbbectn Ube ;>
Havana & Domestic Cigars
on TOBACCOS OF ALL KINDS, *
riuow 1 > ■■ A due Variety of u
ME^fjCHAbAI. AND ADD KINDS OF
Pipes and Stems
' -I' r« 'FDATRW;DA«Da WtCi'^ • I ”
N’o. 62 tiput h 0 • steort uVtrfeiiu» City.
i Cigar Factory, .*2$ Frtuit Sly* et, bt»n Frautiaeo
SPRING & SUMMER ISM.
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j. CORNWELL, 39 N. C ST. VIRGINIA,
MANTTAOTCRER AND DEAFER in ECU*
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out of order. Eight other rtyle of beds manu
factored by Uel Agency far Madam Demo*
eet'a;reliable patterna. MemfMlg done.
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