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Sunday.*■«■*« 3»- «»?*• AGENTS. > 1 n*HT T4VI.OR. C»ITifT «d Agent M HU1 sad Virginia City. |» fiNllFR. 20 Merchant* Exchange. San Francisco. . „ HOWARD mix. Agctrt and Carrier, Dayton *■<' Sntro. __ HWXTTrt.TrACHHTHAL COMMIT TEE.—The proceedings of this body ■will be found hi another cdhrom. In •our next we will refer more at length to the proceedings. A Candidate.—It is currently re ported that D*r. J. C. Haelett, of Day ton, is a candidate for Gubernatorial honor*, subject to the decision of the Republican StateOonventiou. He is one of the oldest residents of Lyon -county, and a worthy man. For State Mineralogist.—Gen eral A Cadwalader, of White Pine, Repnblican, and John A. Porter, of Eureka, Democratic Liberal, an nounce themselves as candidates for «ta»e Mineralogists. F. W. Clutk, of Lincoln county, announces himself as a candidate for Governor, subject to the dicision of the Repnblican State Convention. Ho*. C. H. Eastman, <>t Washoe county, is mentioned as a Repub lican candidate tor Governor. Ex-Sheriff C. D. Spires, of Dander, will be a Democratic can didate for Secretary of State. Senator John P. Jones is ex pected to arrive home within the present week, if rumor is to be relied upon. A Gilroy mining boss accidental ly shot himself latatly in a wild goose chase after Tom Collins. Water, to the depth of two feet, poured down Main street, Pioche, on Thursday; but little damage done. Two prisoners escaped from the Dined n county jail on the 19th. Dr. I. X. Gsoyes diet!, at Unon -ville, on the ISth, aged 48 years. TELEGRAPHIC. Special to the Tri-Weekly Times ---- j San Francisco, August 21.—The counsel in i Lloyd-Bell's murder case is setting up the ; ■detense of delirium tremena. A disgraceful scene occursed iu a saloon i -kept by one Dobson, corner of Kearney and , Sacramento streets early Tuesday in-truing, . wherein a youug woman w as knocked down twice and shut at by a drunken man. a friend, whom she was trying to persuade to go home. She, in retaliation, plunged a knife into her assailant. The affair was hushed up and no arrests have been made. Over 460 entries have been recorded at the Mechanics’ Fair. One of our efficient police -niieers, who is making hoodlum catching a specialty, covered ] himself up in a sand drift, where a crowd of J the class mentioned were wrnit to .collect and plot mischief, where he expected to overbear I some new deviltry concocted. The hoodlums, j having other business, failed to put in an ap pearance, but were substituted by a large New foundland dog, winch scented him out, and before he could make himself known he was severely lacerated about the face—one eye be ing severely scratched. Chief-Justice Crockett will not experience *ny serious results from his accident of a day or two since. The charge of assult to murder against Pat Kiiroy, for cutting a hoodlum who kicked his dog, was reduced to simple assault, to which he pleaded guilty. Henry Henry has been arrested in San Jose for a forgery committed iu this city. He is charged with having stoleu a hand-book be- j lunging to Mrs. L »ndeu, and containing her } account with the Hibernia Bank, and alsoforg- 1 iug her name and procuring money on the for- ! gery. Samuel C. Nathan, the pilot who took the ; steamer MacGregor out to the Heads, has been •carried off on the steamer, having missed the ! pilot boat in a dense fog. He will land at j Honolulu. Over 6,000 persons attended the Mechanics' Fair this evening. The receipts thus far amount to over f20,000. Stockton, August 21. — About 11 o’clock last evening, Mrs. J. McNamee was arrested for the third time on s telegraphic warrant from Ban Jose, charging her with felony. Mrs. McNamee was brought before Judge Hoffman and another writ of habeas curpus wan obtained, The case came up for heart uu on the last writ up to 2 o’clock 9. x_ About , the same hour last night, on complaint of Mrs. McNamee, G. Winsbell, Under Sheriff of hanta Clara, was arrested oh a charge of misdemean or and brought before Judge Hoffman, who released him on $300 bonds. Oakland, August 21.—A case of abduction, In which Johu Burns, a carpenter, was defen dant, and W. E. Weaver, a resident of Yolo county, the complaining witness, was exam ined iu the Police Court to-day. Burns brought Weaver’s sister, a girl about sixteen years of age, from Ban Francisco on Saturday, and the brother learning of the affair came to Oakland to compel them to seperate or marry. The formality of an examination was gone through with and the aaao dismissed, and the young couple started after a marriage license and a minister. A Mrs. Donnelly left her home, corner of Clay and Sixth streets, last night and has not been heard from since. She is supposed to be in San Francisco. San Diego, August 2L —The World this even ing has the following special from Arizona: Pbomix, August 21.—A private letter from Uou. Johu Smith to Mr. George E. Mowry of Ahia place contains the following newt: Twenty-two San Carlos Apache scouts arrived at Camp McDowell on the 20th instant from -the Tonto bounty, bringing Delchea head and igMrsjayjaswawfc *£>!*■ M-—The Moraoa author Ju«a of TTOala county «n creating excitement end mack bed feeling by refuaiag to accept ■the qualification* of newly-- looted Liberal of leeterday a maudaiuue traa laaed by ithe Chief Juatic* agxiust the Treeaurer, to abow emu* why be refused to recelre awl file the bond of the Probate Jndge, according to The phenomenon of another beery ralu aturtu bare la mtdeuruiner occurred tbl* after noon. For nearly an boor rsln felllntorreiita. •ucbweetbarettbieaeaaoa of the year can aot be reaenbered by the eldeet aettUrs. New Turk, August 22.—'There was a great rush of people yesterday afternoon for the Graphic, to get the statement of Moulton, and although 100,900 copies were issued, bv five o’clock the presses were still run ning to supply the demand out ol town. One of the members of the committee of inquiry told a reporter he was utterly amazed at the weak ness of the statement. There was absolutely nothing in it; not a par ticle of evidence against Beecher. Another telegraphed to Beecher: ••Moulton's statement is utterly harmless; we are perfectly satisfied with the case.” Other members of the committee expressed themselves well pleased with the statement, as they said it contained no letters ot Beecher’s heretotore unpublished, which had the appearance of sup porting the theory of Beechers guilt. Sherman says he feels hon ored and happy to be associated with Beecher as an object of attack by Moulton. Tiltou declined to enter into any detailed conversation about Moulton's utterances. He told a re porter that Moulton had told the truth, and he was glad his informa tion had come before the public so fully. It is expected that Tilton’s forthcoming statement will be made public earlv next week, and will consist largely of an argument of the report ol the Investigating Com mittee. Some ot the members say that during the delay there would probably be no extensive changes in the draft of the report submitted by the sub-committee, and that it was very likely their work would be adopted in its present shape. Some insisted on having more time to in spect the evidence in its completed torm. About the intent of the re port as exculpating Beecher there was no dispute; the discussion was only upon the form and fullne is of the report. The Evening Poet says: We are credibly informed that before Mr. Beecher left Brooklyn, upon his present journey to the White Moun tains, he expressed his determine- j tion to bring, at all events, a suit tor libel against Tilton, and also against Mr. Moulton, in ease of any pub lication like that which was made yesterday. It is rumored in Cuban circles j that .lose Krere de Canto, editor of El Cronista, the Spanish organ in this city, had been killed in a duel near Brussels, Belgium, by I’. Ko- , I sado, a Cuban. Paris. August 22.—Legal proceed- \ . ings have been instituted against Le j Temps, Le Opinion Sationale and ; Le Dien Public, for publishing Ba zai tie's letter relative to his escape. London, August 22.—The shore end of the United States direct cable has been laid on the Irish coast near Valencia. Hongkong, Aug. 21.—A very se vere typhoon at Nagasaki yesterday. Great damage done to property on shore, and to shipping in the har bor. A considerable number of n« San Francisco, Aug. 22.—The re ceipts at Industrial Fair exhibition thus far have amounted to $17,000. There will be a grand billiard tour nament this evening between Kra ker, champion, and Perkins. The attendance is large. The stock market, so far as street operations are concerned, is not as well sustained as yesterday. By some attorneys it is expected that the Supreme t ourt will decide as to the constitutionality of the Lo cal Option law some time to-day. Green backs, 01 '4 @91%. A large number of visitors in this city purpose attending the fair. The hotels are crowded. A tire at the corner ot Post and Larkin streets, at 10 A. M. No par ticulars Steamer Orizaba sailed for San Diego and way ports to-day. Another test is being made to-dav of the Alameda Smelting Co's fur nace, at Brooklyn, in the presence of a large party of gentlemen front this city. The specie shipment to-day was $210,000, $110,000 ot which was in gold coin. The bank statement shows a net decrease of $2,720,930, in specie $2,797,100. Youno Rubber.—On Sunday last several robberies were committed at Dayton and surroundings. On Thursday, Deputy Sheriff A. M. Mc Cabe repaired to Virginia, where he found a mere youth, James Taylor, i who had been arrested by Chief tioning Mr. McCabe was assured that the thief had been arrested, lie confessed to knowing the where abouts of an I.O.O.F. pin, stolen from the Atlanta Mill. After this, a search brought out a set of studs, and some bullion, also supposed to have been taken at the same time. He also confessed where he had sold the revolvers taken from the Union Hotel, having sold them to Shoene man & Rittar, who, the officer assured us, denied having the revol vers, until the boy went with the officers to their premises. All the property, even to.the purse in which the Jewelry was taken from the Atlantic Mill, have been recovered, with the exception of the pin, which he sold for 25 cents. Deputy Sheriff McCabe passed through town last evening with the prisoner in charge, and he is now in the county jail at Dayton. Gone from our Gaze—for a short time only, it is to be hoped, the “funnyman of the “Silver,” best known as “ Curly,” Walley's Springs, at Genoa, will be favored with bis presence for a season, whith er he has gone to recuperate. The Rev. McGrath lectures in National Guard Hall, Virg nia City, ! on Sunday evening next. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES! Winnemueea, Aug. 22. — W PorU, a three-card-monte sharp, on trial for complicity in robbing Smal ler a Vermont Deputy Sheriff, was found guilty and held for sentence. His three accomplices will also be tried. This is the first conviction of the hind in the State. Portland, Aug. 22.—Wheat market dead. Only five car-loads of this season's yield has been received, and there will probably be but four or five more. Farmers will not sell for less than $1 per bushel. Exporters cannot see the policy of a loss of ten or twelve cents per bushel. There are many vessels lying in port. Ten are moving out into the stream, awaiting a turn in events. W. P. Hoardman, a Bulletin com positor, has had a wind-fall of over half a million, by the death of a relative in England. San Francisco, Aug. 22.—Northern Bell Mill and Mining Co. incorpora ted to-day, to mine in Columbus district, Nev. Capital stock. *1,000, 000. Directors—J. B. Bateman, A. J. Holmes* J. H. Hazeltine. H. H. Allen, J. II. Bolt. Also, Diamond Gold Mining Company, to mine in Grass Valiev, Nevada county. Cap ital, *1,000,000. Directors—H. C. Howard, John O. Hanscom, J. K. Cooper, Roger O'Donnell, and John G. Jones. The jurv in the manslaughter case of Thomas Strong, mate ot the Pride of the Port, after an absence ot 17 hours failed to agree, and were discharged. Dnyton )»n<l tin* I»i»yt«nlte«. Editor Times People may sneer about Dayton; call it a dull, little one-horse place, and look upon Its inhabitants as slow-going people, at least a century behind the age. hut let one once become acquainted with the town and the people, and the feeling of con tempt all wear* away. There are the married ladies (bless them), a once the most social and attractive I have ever met with anywhere, and as for the single ones, they are here' all sizes, shapes and complexions, all ages anil conditions of life, from the sweet, gushing maid of fifteen, just budding into a glorious womanhood, to the crass widow, age un known, mature and ripe, all ready to fall into the arms of—a husband. What a galaxy to choose from 1 Who, that is intimate with Dayton, would long continue to enjoy the cold comfort of single blessed* j ness? No one. I am sure, unless it were some unfortunate body who happened to be out of favor with the pretty dears, the most of whom, by the way, are rather particular ast'> what name they ado],* in lieu of their own. | ; Aside from the attractions of the fair ones, j Dayton has #ther charms, among which I may | • mention her jolly, social townsmen, conspicu- j j ous among whom stands the portly form of j ; the Doctor, always ready to prescribe an j emetic, or do almost anything else that is ' I pleasant. The town itself is really a charming little j place, adorned by numer a ls garden*, that nr 1 a great relief to the eye *f an old sagebrasher. j 4c ,-.'H uuiUrOby \U!' 1 ; beautiful little places, more particularly one I on the right b:uid—a perfect Ed< n f.-r making I love on a moonlight night. Another, des< rv • ing especial menW »n, is situated a short »li i tam e in tie rear of the Odd Fellows’ Hall, ! and I undeistand one pair of little hands has done all the w rk, for which they or their ! • owner deserve great credit. 1 might linger j 1 much longer on this delightful theme, betas ’ you may not be as much interested in Dayton ! as 1 am, I will now close, and hasten to j fasten the house up, ill fear of the Dayton j | boy-robber. More Anon. j Another Ouktj-Bi'rst.—We learn from a j gentleman who came in fr -m Fish Creek and Spring Valley ye-ter Jay, says the Eureka Senti I nel of Thursday, that on Tuesday evening the ! section of country lying immediately south of ' the Spring Valley divide was the scene of th° 111 st terrine cl >iui-burst ever Known m tue , Eastern Nevada. He Hays the great flood in Eureka a few weeks ago would not begin to j compare with it, us regards the volume and j I velocity of the water. Men who wer* Eving j ' in the lowiauds wtre compelled to fie»* t > the. : ] mountains for safety: and teams, cord-wood, j cabius an 1 mining timbers were swept away ■ in great profusion. The burst occurred at j about the same time Austin was swamped. It | will be remembered that a dense cloud swung , around to the southward, late Tin s lay eveu ! ing. Eureka made a very narrow escape from . another terrible flood; in fact, the storm came | m ar enough to send quite a rush of water 1 down this side of the mountain. It is grati- I fyiug to know that the time has about passed j for cloud-busts this season. They seldom, if ever, occur, save in the score Id ng days of luid-Summer. Matrimonial. — Joe Eckley, of the Chronicle, will be united to-day to one of Carson's fair daughters. Incendiary.— There were three attempts to tire Ploeiia on the night ! of the 18th. M. E. Church, Gold Hill.—Ser vices at this chureh, morning and j Di V. <fl 3UU.' Amusements. PIPERS OPERA HOUSE ! — John Pu-ib.Proprietor I A. D. Billinus.»t«se Manager ; J- Smidt.Musical Director J. Snymeii.Machinist Fahk.Scenic Artist I SUNDAY EVENING, AUG. 23. ! LAST NIGHT! Of the Eminent young Tragedian, Mr. GEORGE D. CHAPLIN Who will appear in one of hia beat charactera. MONDAY: “IOTTA” California’s favorite, will appear. PRICES OF ADMISSION : Dress Circle and Orchestra Chairs.$1 00 Parquette. ^ I Private Boxes..5 00 •■/“No extra charge for iteserved Seats. I tar Box Sheet now open. Office open from 1 01 a. m. to 4 r. v. new to-day. ~"="'I PROCEE DINGS OF THK LYON COUNTY republican committee I • T A MEETING OF THE I'NION A Republican Central Committee of Lyon Comity. Nevada, held at the Court House, jn Dayton, on the Md day of August. A. D. 1«74, the time for holding Republican Primaries for the Eleetion of Delegates to the County Convention was fixed for Wednesday, September 16, 1874. Polls to he open from 0 o'clock A. M. to . o'clock P. M. on that day. The Judges, or a majority of them, are authorized to close the Polls in their Precinct between the hours of 2 o'clock r M. and 5 o'clock P. M.. if they deem it ezpedient. The Delegatee are apportioned as follows Payton Precinct.* Silver City Precinct.s Sutro Precinct.4 Churchill Precinct.2 Eureka Mill Precinct.2 Polls at the following places : Dayton-At the Court House. Judges—J. C. Gruber. L. Morrill and Charles Moore. Silver City—At Armory Hall. Judges—It. C. Buzan. R. A. Young and Then. Vincent. Sutro—At Storehouse. Judies — L. Lamb, Tims. Wartel 1 and H. W. Thompson. Churchill— At Bucklands. Judges — S. S. Bnckland, D. Bursier and Augustus Perkins. Eureka Mill—At the office of Eureka Mill Judges—W. K. Williams, C. G. Record and James O. Gara. The County Convention to be bold at the Court House in Dayton, Saturday, September 19,1874 at IO o’clock, A. M. For the purpose of electing si* delegates to the State Convention to convene at V\inne nmcca on Thursday, September 24th, 1874, and to nominate the following ticket, to wit: One State Senator. Thr^e Assemblymen. One District Judge. One Sheriff. One County Clerk. One District Attorney. One County Treasurer. One County Recorder. One County Assessor. One Public Administrator. One County Superintendent Public Schools. One County Surveyor. One County Commissioner (long term). One County Commissioner (short term). Three Trustees for each school district; one jJownsfiiju aiFlVi efee! a County Central Com mittee for the ensuing year. Resolved—That each additional Election Pre »inct legally established in this county, subse quently to this date, shall be entitled to n r-presentation to the County Convention of one representative, the place of holding polls, and Judges, to be announced at a subsequent meeting of this C munittee. Test to govern Primaries to be hereafter announced by this Committee. JAMES CRAWFORD. Attest: L. L. Crockett. Secy. DR. R. D. HARRIS A NNOUNCES HIMSELF AS A Candidate for the Assembly, Subject to the decision of the REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION. NOTICE. PARTIES KNOWING THEMSELVES IN debted to me for Virginia Miners' Union PICNIC TICKETS, will please make immediate settlement. JOHN McTIGUE. SAM KEE, WASHING & IRONING, MAIN STREET, SILVER CITY. (Near the City Brewery.) WASHING CALLED FOR AND RE tumed promptly, ia g*«*d order, and at reasonable rate*. Call and see. 21-lm Photograph Studio! 82 SOUTH C STRUCT. ^•"R. E. HERD would respectfully Inform ATM. the public that he has secured the ser vices of one of the best Artists to be found in the city of New York. He has also made a change in light, and is now prepared to make the Finest Pictures on the Coast. Call and see Specimens. 14 A. BRISACHER, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Wines and Liqnors, Foreign and Domestic, No.26 South C Street, Virginia. D. E. HA RKIN, Blacksmith and Wagon Work, Horne and Mule Shoeing. All kind* of Forging. MAIN 8T., SILVER CITY, NEVADA. N o tTo W. ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE undersigned will please come forward and settle, on or before the first day of Sen. tern her, and thereby save expense. c. BECKER. Silver City, Auguat ». 1874. l| 3N EXHIBITION —AND— for sale -AT BANNER BRO’S I Corner (' and Taylor Ntrwli. the largest, Most Beautiful, —AND— Most Magnificent —STOCK OF— Spring Clothing EVER BROUGHT TO THE STATE: So Rich in Fabric. So Substantial in Make. So Supcihin Stylo, a» TO SUITTHE MOST FASTIDOUS, —AHD— EXCEEDINGLY LOW IN rRICIi As to semeably aatoiiiali the most m'nomirsl. Banner Brother®, WHO ALWAYS Stndv to please their patrons, are determined to excel all previous efforts. During the pres ent season, and to continue such Straight-For ward Dealings as have won for them the res pect and esteem of their fellow citizen*. Banner Brothers, tTHO PEKSIST IX Reducing Prices. BUY ALL YOUR CLOTHING! —FROM— BANNER BROTHERS, —THE— Only Live Clothiers m VIRGINIA CITY. NEVADA._ Union Market ! MAIN STREET, - DAYTON, i At THIS MARKET can l>e found at all j times. Fresh Beef, Pork, Mutton. Sausage. Corned Meats. REST RENDERED TALLDVT, ' Specially prepared for Mill use. ! HOME-CURED BACON AND BAMS ! I Meats delivered to Customers free of charge. WINZELL & CAMPBELL. Washington Market MAIN ST. .SILVER CITY, NEV PAUL GROSS, f BIASES PLEASURE IN INFORMING THE i citizens of Silver City and vicinity, j that he continues to keep on hand the choir ' BEEF. PORK. MUTTON, VEAL, SAUSAGE, CORNED MEATS r HOME CURED HAMS AND BACON. PURE RENDERED LARD IN CANS. j CRANES MARKET. MAIN ST. DAYTON, NEV. Always on Hand Fresh BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL. RENDERED LARD FOR MILL US«. Bogy lee delivered to Ml parte of the City. STAR MARKET, LOWER MAIN STREET, Silver City, Nev. CHOICE Beef, Mutton, Pork, Veal, Tank and all kinds of Sausages. Meat* »U trict ^ CUHtom8r8 lu au-v pwt of the dm __Mark Strouse A Co. PIONEER ASSAY OFFICE, SILVER CITY, NEVADA. H. HARRIS, [At New Orleans Mint. 1H47 A 184B; San Fran-1 cleeo Mint, 18M.] EsUbliehed In California in last, end in Se. I veds in 1KM1. HaViMG HAD TWENTY YEARS KXPKK ienre in Aaaayiug oil the Pecifie Coeal. the underalgued ceu guarantee correct m •eya on Silver, end Gold Bullion, aa alao on Oree on one iftmce baata. Oliargea aa reason, ebla ee the nature of the wort will admit. L LEVERSEE, Carpenter and Builder. A full stock of Coffins, Caskets and Triimufaum constantly ou hand, and furnished at short notice. CUT CLASS of all Sizes TO FIT FRAMES. ttler strect, . - dayton. DOCTORS PACKER & TUFTS, homeopathic PHYSICIANS .AND. SURGEONS r Jl«*. 63 Mouth C Mlrrrt. Virginia City. 3f«. OFFICE HOURS : DR. PACKER—8 to 10 A. M.. and 3 to 6 P. M DR. TUFTS—10 to 13 A. M., aad 7 to 9 P. M DtTr. Da HARRIS, PHYSICIAN ! SURGEON and ACCOUCHEUR! SILVER CITY.. PROFESSIONAL CALLS FROM THE City anti surrounding country promptly attended to both Pay and Night. J. W. MILLER la my au»horiaed Collector. WHO WANTS A PAY IW G Boarding House? DOING A GOOD BCWNE88; AVF-RACK tnx 60 Bowdens. JS Beds, all new. Rent nominal: Cow. JiRS. Chickens, and firewood, at low rates. The Proprietor is e op aging in other buai oess, and an Immediate sale is desirable. Part of tlie pure ham money may remain on interest, if desired. Tor particulars, apply st the Daily /ndepradm* otliee, Virginia City. or at the I,sop CorsTY Tn»r* ofhee, Silver City Cheap Cash Store! NASH Sc SIMS,, .I>E AliERS IN. Choice Family Groceries, WINES. LIQUORS. TOBACCO cal' CIGARS. CLOTHING, BOOTS asu SHOES, HATS AND CAPS. » ROCKERY, Gl-AHS. WARE, Ext' , Etc., Etc. •ycall on us before purchasing elsewhere i Main Street Dayton, Nev. CHARLES HARRIS, (Late of Dover. New Jersey> The EnyUsh Watch & Clock MAKER! Has bt.trted a shop at hk sulth C Street, Virginia. and in prepared to execute atl kinds of Watch and Clock Repair ing on till- shortest notice. Alt work werrent fal. Also on hand. Gold anil Silver Watches and Jewelry, for sale at low prices 13 J. A. BONHAM, DEALER IN STATIONERY. TOYS. TOBACCO, Cigar*, Fruit, Watehus, Jewelry, Spectacles,. Silver and Plated Wart. Picture Frames, ! CCTLBKY, PIPES, FANCY GOODS, ETC. Btookatore. News Depot, and Circulating Library. Dayton, Nevada. Post Office Depot. T. S. DAVENPORT, DEALER IS Stationery, Cigars, Tobacco, Notions, etc. EAST SIDE MAIN ST-, SILVER CITY. NEV P. M. O’CONNOR* Plastering, Mason Work,. General Jobbing, SITTING FFRNACES. CALCfMINING, kc. Marble Mantel* plat ed in position. Orders left at tlie True* ofljcp, Silver City, or at the Eclipse Ha loon and Daniel O’Connel’s store, south C street,. Virginia, will be prompt ly attended to. L. B. FKANKEL ■AIM STREET, GOLD HILL, STO«&£ BROKER? GEORGE DEICHMANN, MAIN STREET, SILVER, Dewier in rWSISWARE. COWER, SHEET IRON. * Stove,, Roofing, fie. RKPAIRING ANI> JOBBING Gee Fitting, Ac. done to order with dtepetch. BROWN A MAHANNY, PRINTERS, Cor. C and Tsjrlor Street,, . VIRGINIA. FUBLISHEHS OP THE FOOT-LIGHT! N. LA2UVIERE, UNDERTAKER I A few doors below Odd Fellowe’ Hell, MAIN STREET.COLD MILL ! Hearses and Carriage^ F umiahsd for Funerals.