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THE LYON COUNTY TIMES
Thursday —.Oct. I, 1874. AGENTS. ALBERT TAYLOR. Carrier and Agent for Gold Hill and Virginia City. L. P. FISHER. 20 Men-hanW Eirhange. San Frauelaco. HOWARD HILL, Agent and Carder. Dayton an*i Sutro. Republican Ticket. Election, ftovember 3, 187*. ATATE OFFICERS. Governor. J. C. HAZLETT. Lieutenant Governor, JOHN BOWMAN. Con grew, ■WILLIAM WOODBURN. Supreme Judge—Long Term. W. H. BEATTY. Supreme Judge—Short Term, WARREN EARLL. Clerk of Supreme Court, C. F. BICKNELL. Secretary of State. J. D. MINOR. Attorney General, # MOSES TEBBS. Treasurer. J. L. HOGLE. Controller, W. W. HOBART. Surveyor General, JOHN DAY. •Superintendent of Public Instruction, S. P. KELLY. State Mineralogist, H. R. WHITEHILL. State Printer, C. C. POWNING. I, Y O X <’ O V X T Y . _->--—. For State Senate. WM. R. KING. For Assembly, W. C. DOVEY. HUGH CARLIN, L. MORRILL. For District Judge, To be supplied. For Sheriff, R. A. COOK. For Clerk, J. A. BONHAM. For District Attorney, G. W. KEITH. For Treasurer, GEORGE W. SHAW. For Recorder, Z. T. GILPIN. For Assessor, -O. E. NASH. For Public Administrator, I. LEYERSEE. For Superintendent Public Instruction, J. G. -CROMWELL. For Surveyor, A. S. DILDINE. For Commissioners. J. R. SHAW, long term. J. M. McGINNIS, short term. 8cbool Trustees, .Silver City—C. A. CHAPIN. C. L. SHERMAN, TBEO. S. DAVENPORT. Dayton—L. L. CROCKETT. W. G. HARRIS. A. Q. LONG. Sutro—H. THOMPSON, L- BARTLOW. M CARR. Justices of the Peace, Silver City—J. P. GOULD. Dayton—M. C. HICKEY. Constables. Silver City—J. W. MILLER. Dayton—JOHN GEARHART. County Central Committee, WILL. THOMAS. THEO. S. DAVENPORT. S. LAMB, W, RUNCHEK, GEORGE C McFADDEN. von: FROM w K. l)EM>V(i. On Tuesday morning the Virginia Enterprise incorporated tlie follow ing paragraph into an article in an swer to the Reno Crescent: . “ It was never proper tor us to state the matter until Mr. DeLong withdrew from the contest; it is only proper now in regard to Senatorial aspirants. So far as the Senatorship is now concerned it is between Mr. Sharon on the Republican side, and the Democracy and every shade and color of Independents on the other.” Whereupon Mr. DeLong sent the , editor of that paper the following .note which fully explains itself: Virginia, Sept. 29, 1874. Editor Enterprise—My Dear Sir: I see by the Enterprise of this morning that you announce my withdrawal from the Senatorial can. vass. This, sir, is erroneous, and I wonder that you have so stated with out authority. Presuming rtiat you have so done upon the strength of •some information satisfactory to yourself, but which I assure you is wholly unwarranted, I beg you to make the retraction due, and oblige. Yours very truly, C. E. DeLong. The creditors of the bankrupt firm ol Jay .Cooke <fc Co. are at last determined to force an adjudication of the affairs of the concern. No dividend has yet been declared by the trustee, appointed nearly a year ago, although he has a large amount of money on deposit and is drawing Interest thereon. He has also been the reverse of energetic in the mat ter of forcing the settlement of debts. The suspicion is very strong that he is working in the interest of the Arm, although they have sought informa tion anxiously. The members of a less high-toned firm of swindlers would have been long ere this in the penitentiary. cor XT Y TICKET. (coynwuED). The Republieau nominees for the various township offices throughout the county have been selected from the best citizens. Many of them have heid and still hold the offices which they have been again selected to fill, and in the selection of new men the aim has been to chose those who were the best fitted for the positions. For School Trustees ol Silver City, Charles A. Chapin and Charles I,. Sherman are members of the present Roard. “ They have been tried and not found wanting." Theodore L. Davenport, in the place of Paul Gross, is wel 1 and favorably known J in the community. In Dayton, for j School Trustees, they have selected L. L. ( rockett, W.G. Harris, ana A. Q. Long. Mr. Crockett is one of the leading citizens of the town, and too well and favorably known throughout the county to need any commendation at our hand.4. For Justice of the Peace, Silver ! City, Josiah P. Gould is the present incumbent, and an old resident ol tbe place. His renomination is an endorsement of his fitness for the position. For Constable, Silver City.—J. W. Miller is a man of family, gentle manly, sober, and attentive to the duties of his office—that of night | watchman, He is also Deputy Sheriff for this place, and will un doubtedly make an efficient officer. M. C. Hickey, nominee for Jus tice of the Peace, Dayton, is the present incumbent. Hale, hearty and jovial, he administers the law so pleasantly that they want him to continue in the business. We are not personally acquainted with the gentlemen nominated from Siitro, but judging from those with which we are familiar, have no hesi tation in saying that they are all tight, and will all be elected. Thk following is the full ticket nominated by the State Democratic Convention: For Governor, L. R. Bradley: for Lieutenant Governor, Jewett W. Adams; for Congress, A. C. Ellis; ior Judge Supreme Court (long terrti), A. M. Hillhouse; for Judge Supreme Court (short term). C. II. Belknap; for Attorney Gen eral, J. K. Kittrell; for Clerk Su preme Court, B. H. Hereford; tor Secretary of State, C. I). Spires; for Controller, T. R. Cranley; for Treas urer, Jerry Schooling; for Surveyor General, G. Haist; for Superintend ent Public Instruction, E. Spencer; for State Mineralogist, W. Frank Stewart; for State Printer. .1. J. Hill. ) W. E. F. Deal was elected Chairman of tlie State Central Committee. The ' ticket embraces, it will be admitted, j says the Enterprise, the names of a number of very clever gentlemen; 1 yet as a whole it bears too plainly the stamp of the manufacturer to be acceptable to the great body of Dem- | oeratic voters in Nevada. It is a chivalry triumph—a sweeping cross roads victory over the Northern wing of the party. There are but two candidates on the ticket who were not in the Confederate army during the rebellion or did not wish they were there. The conversion of the Southern I negroes to Catholicism is attracting! tlie attention of the Pope. Already I one instalment of Benedictine monks, commissioned as mission aries to the negroes, has arrived and gone energetically to work. The results thus far are satisfactory. Another party is expected to arrive from Borne by the next steamer, and will at once undertake the con version of the natives. Protestant sects have already occupied the field among the freedmen to a consider able extent, but there is no danger that the negroes will have too much religion. .— .— An astrologer has predicted that 1 the death at Brigham Young will I take place on the 7th ol December. The Times has a first-class obituary notice of the great prophet pigeon holed, and will have it put in type promptly on the 7th. It hopes there will be no disappointment ill the matter.—Chicago Times. ' Bocal Option.—From all parts of California comes news of general rejoicing over the decision of the 1 unconst nationality of the Bocal Option law as passed by the last legislature of that State. Healthy.—The mortality report of Chicago shows that but 187, or one person in'three thousand, died during the week ending the 23d ult. If it keeps on thus, Chicago will bo the healthieat city on the continent. Suicide.—K. W: Van Syckle, an old resident of Oakland, Calilornia, suicided on the 2-»th by taking laudanum. Ill health was the sup posed lause. TELEGRAPHIC. Special to the Tri-Weekly Times (By Western Union Telegraph Line.] New York, Sept. 30. -- Booth’s theatre will be sold under foreclos ure November 5th, and friends of Booth are making efforts to lia*e the theatre remain in his hands. They state that unsecured creditors will extend all leniency he may require, and if enough money can be raised to satisfy the mortgages, amounting to $300,000, security for which is good, the affairs of Booth may be arranged, Boston, Sept. 30.—A despatch says fears are entertained for the safety of the St. Johns steamer, which left Eastport Monday morning, and was due in Boston yesterday afternoon, she has on board a number of per sons from the international boat race including Ormsrnan Morris. The proprietors of several promi nent jobbing and commission houses in this city expressed their opinion yesterday to a reporter, con cerning the recent action oi New York Underwriters in reference to insurance risks in Chicago. The several opinions seemed to be that much more noise and speculation had been created over this matter than it deserved.. One firm stated they were giving usifal credit, and would probably continue to do so inasmuch as they believe the people of Chicago and Underwriters would soon effect a eonij romise. This was the opinion of nearly every merch ant with whom the reporters con versed. Chicago, Sept. 30.—A New iorK dispatch says Win. M. Evarts and ex-Judge J. K. Parker have been re tained as counsel for the defense in the Tilton-Beecher suit and as coun sel for the prosecution in the Proc tor-Moulton suit. Steubenville, O., Sept. 30.—A sup posed incendiary lire here this morning destroyed the Golden Gate distillery and flouring mill and sev eral buildings. Loss estimated at $100,000. Insurance, $30,000. The bail in the criminal suit of Edna Dean Proctor against Frank Moulton was reduced to-day from $20,000 to $3,000. Providence, Sept. 13.—The cotton and woolen manufacturers’ com mittee recommend that mills be run from the first Monday in October to the first Monday in January next on the basis of 41 hours per week. Toledo, Sept. 30. — David Long, head sawyer in Smith's sawmills, was filing an irregular saw this morning, when the machinery start ed and the saw cut him in two. London, Sept. 30.—England has joined the Postal Union. A telegram from Berlin announces that Germany intends establishing a naval hospital at Yokohama. San Francisco, Sept. 30—1 r. m.— t here was a slight shower of rain here last night about 11 o’clock. Fo-day is cloudy and cool. No further proceedings have been aken in the case ot Coroner Kice. The steamer Vasco de Gama, due from China and Japan, is not yet telegraphed. Men are still searching in the Bay lor the body of the missing Samuel B. Reed, llis friends are fully con vinced that he was drowned. An entirely new set of books and blank forms is being prepare^ for he License Collector’s office. (I recnback", 91@91} 1. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES ! San Francisco, Sept. 30th.—John ?aldwell, who was shot by John Murphy a few days since, died to iay. Murphy lias not been found. A severe rain shower set in here o-da3T. The rain soon ceased, but incessant flashes of lightning and heavy peals of thunder continued, svideneing the near approach ot a heavy storm. A coal oil lamp burst to-night in i store on Third street near Howard, setting tire to the premises. The flames were soon extinguished, but the loss will probably amount to $2,000. San Diego, September 30.—The steamer Orizaba arrived this morn ing 24 hours overdue. The Union this morning lias the following special, dated Prescott, Arizona, September 2S: I)r. W. Piiaoi lias been relieved from duly at Camp Apache and ordered to pro ceed with company K, 23rd Infauti v, to San Francisco; thence to report in person to the General at Washing ton. Leave of absence for one mouth lias been granted to Capt. Win. JJ. Hughes, A. Q. M., at Yuma. Lieut. G. H. Bay, Sth Infantry, has been assigned to dm3- i!s Depot Commissary. Calistoga, Cal., Sept. 30th.—Last evening our town was visited with lightning, which continued several hours. At 5 this morning we had quite a severe shock of earthquake, and to da3' the first rain of the season, which continued at intervals during the day. A fire at Chico, California, on Monday evening, destroyed property to the value of #100,000. Supposed to lie work of an incen diary. The Owyhee Avalanche, soon to be issued as a daily, enters its tenth volume on Saturday next. Ann Eu/.a Young, tlic loth, lectured iu Vir giiWu Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday even ings at the Presbyterian Church, to overflow ing houses, at 50 cents a head. Cheap enough. Fihe.—The t"wu of Placervill**, in Boise county, Idaho Territory, was nearly consumed by Are on the 21st. Arrived.—Rev. Geo. Jennings, late Pastor of the M. E. •■lmrcli at Gold Hill. Nevada, i, ii, 1 now Pastor in chargt. and Acting Elder of th« Owens Valley work, arrived on Thursday last He cam* down in his own conveyance, traveling some forty miles a day, preaching six sermons • n route, which is pretty good w. rk. Mr. Jennings has spent many years in the service of the church, and in every way will doubtlesA prove a valuable acquisition to OUr section.—/nyo. Cal. Independent. Pony Express.—Senators Jones ami Stewart hav« 'establish- 1 a regular pony express from •sail II. mardino to Panamint, to be run in con n.-< ti'»n with their extensive mining interests in the latter place.--lb. Freights.—The Jones and Stewart compa nies now have not less than 800 tons of freight, lumber, machinery and supplies of various kinds, now in < urs. of shipment to Panamint, all of which Cart-r & O., contract to transport ft m San Bernardino over a n>ad yet mostly to be constructed.—P>. Found Dead.—A well known engineer of ! this State. Wm. Wilson, byname, was found ! dea l on the road between Musquit Springs , Station and Panamint a few days ago. He had i evidently be# n dead several days, death being t caused fruu hemorhage of the luugs.— lb. A City that is to Be.—The Arizona Miner is I of the opinion that some day a great city is to j be built at or near the mouth of the Colorado river. Point Isabel, a point in view, is a very good port at the head of a large gulf near 600 miles in length, and at the mouth of a river navigable t r another 600 miles. The sur rounding • an try is pretty well wooded, has h climate and an immense back country, ! both mineral and agricultural, which can be mad. to center at this port and make it a great I city—perhaps. r Weekly Bullion Report.—Following is the bullion product and shipment of the different furnaces for the pant week, says the Eureka Sentitu! of the 27th : Product Ship’t Richmond. 292,860 40 100 Hoosac . 60,000 40,000 Eureka Consolidated . 110.000 106.370 Ruby Consolidated.. . 102,703 106,370 K. K. Con. 65,000 . Total. 630,563 381.881 General Concha, the Captain-General of Cuba, had a narrow escape from assassination the other day. His rigorous regulations re garding the taxation of property have made him extremely unpopular, and some of his p» rsonal adh* rents are suspected of tiriug the shot. Ilupiiblivan Siatc rial form. The Union Republican party of Ne vada, in ■liv. ntiou assembled. renewing its pledges .•f devotion to the Constitution and laws ol tin l'e.leral Government. . re by announces its platform to the people as follows : Resolved- First, That w< reaffirm the prin ciples and policy of the Republic an party as enunciated by its last National Convention; that we are proud of its history and great ser ve « and w especially commend the vigor and force by which it maintained the Union, abolished slavery, an 1 secured equal civil and political right t> all «itizens. We demand that these rights be enforced by appropriate legislation. s-> that all citizens shall have the equal eii!o.\ :m-ut of,their rights. We demand agents 1 . ity to th< ir princt ples ; the holiest execution of the pledges made t the public; purity, integrity and economy in the discharge f tlieir official du ties, and the pr- mpt and fearless examination and punishment of those who violate any of their obligations. Sec-nd—That we heartily indorse the last Republican Congress iu repealing the law in creasing official salaries ; in reducing expenses by more than -?_0,U00.i)iKJ : in successfully re sisting all jobs ; in ab lishing the extravagant Government of the District of Columbia, and in reforming abuses generally, whereby the Republican party has proved itself to be worthy of continued support by ♦he people. Fourth—That v.v earnestly desire that the credit of the <• matry be firmly maintained, in order that its commercial an l industrial in terests may not suffer injury by the lluetuatiou ol values, - r by impairing the degree of con fidence which now prevails with regard to the circulating medium, which we hope soon to see based on a mi tailic currency. Fifth —That wt disapprove of the electionof a Pr< bident for a third term, as establishing a precedent dang-r >us to the perpetuity of Re publican institutions. Sixth—That honest, practical labor should bt protected and r -uve a just reward, in support of which vi. w we favor tin* revision of our treaty relations with the Empire of i 'hiim in such a manner as to disc-enrage the , immigration of a servile class of laborers and such Jegislati-m as will actually prohibit the importation of depraved persons from abroad. Seventh—That, except in such cases as when the grant or subsidy is first submitted to the people interested, and approved by them, we ar* q.posed to th-* granting by Corfu tv. State t-r F< leral Government of subsidies or grants to railways t other corporations. Eighth- That while we appreciate the ad vantages derived fr-uu railroads, we demand at the hands of our National Congress and our State Legislature the passage of laws estab I lishing fan s and freights at a reasonable rate. an»l prohibiting such railways from discrimi ; nattng in their charges between the residents - of this State and those of other States ; also, i we favor the passage of laws - -impelling rail roads to pay a fair and equal amount of taxa tion upon all prop* rty owned <>r controlled by them in this stat Ninth—We believe that the office and duty of a statesman to he to do business for the State, and in th*- transa- tions of the business of the State it is our duty to call into official i place the most intelligent, industrious, enter prising and discreet business men of the state, hereby pledging such men and all new eandi -lat- - b< fop* us and the nominees of this Con vention. if ele ted, to do business for the State as industriously, economically and discreetly as in their invividual capacity as private citi zens do business themselves : that tin* com pensation of public employes should not ex ceed the price, sum »-r am- out that similar services command in private pursuits of the State. Tenth—That the education of the children of the State is a matter of deep public cou *•* rn. The public schools and th*- school fund of the State demand the fosteriug - are of all good citizens. The school fund of the State should bo invested in bonds of tin* State, un assignable both iu term and fact. The de fraying of the expenses of the Stat** Land Office out of the principal irreducible school j fund is a breach of trust, and disgraceful to the State. CHEAPEST _AND_ BEST Boot & Shoe Store! H. E. WOODRUFF. ' MAIN STREET, - - GOLD HILL. CHAS. V. BOISOT, Stock Broker, SILVER CITY, - . NEVADA. Stocks Bought, Sold _ and Carried on Margins. JNO. W. CRIER, Broker, Notary Public, .... AND. . . . COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR CALIFORNIA. OFFICE -WELLS. FARGO k CO.'S BRICK JICILDING, SILVER CITY. NEVADA. PIPERS OPERA HOUSE. JOHN PIPER.PROPRIETOR; A. D. BILLINGS.ACTING MANAGER , • ENGAGEMENT FOR Positively One Week Only! j Of the Eccentric Comedian and Dramatic Author, Mr. WILLIE GILL! And the Charming Comedienne, MISS ROSE BAIN ! Supported by the Full Stock Company. THURSDAY EVEN G, OCT 1st, ! The intensely Emotional Irish Drama, by Dion Boucicault, entitled the • COLLEEN BAWN ! _OB, THE Two Brides of Carryowen ! JTYT.es N A COPPALEEN.WILLIE GILL Eyrie Daly.j-A. Sawtelle Hardr. ss cregan. .Chas Edmonda Danny Maim.W. C. Crnsbie Father Toni.A. I). Billings Corrigan.Geo. Hinckley Bertie O’More..J. N. Long Hrlaud I'reagh.John Maguire Servant.Geo. Cogill Corporal.(’has. I.ipais I EII.Y O'CONNOR.MISS ROSE BAIN Anne Chute.Mias Annette Inee Mrs, Cregan. .Mrs. Chas. Edmonds Hhelah. Mis, Carrie Lipsis Guests, Soldiers, etc., etc. To conclude with the screaming Farce, T O O D L E S ! TOODLES.WILLIE GILL George.Geo. Hinckley Farmer Acorn.A. D. Billings Chas. Fenton.J. N. Long Farmer Fenton.John Maguire Mrs. Toodles.Mrs. rims. Edmonda Mary Acorn....Miss Nellie Cummins SATURDAY. CRAND MATINEE ! PRICES OF ADMISSION : Dress Circle and Orchestra Chairs.?1 00 Parquette. SO Private Boxes. 5 00 RjF* N'. Extra Charge for Reserved Seats. Box Sheet now open. 37-tf Registration Notice. TO'OTICE is HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE. time for the Registration of the names of the qualified electors in Silver City elec tion district, will close on TUESDAY, the the 20th May of October, A. D. 1874, at 6 o’clock P. M. for the General Election to be held November 3, A. D. 1874, in Lyon County, Nevada. J. PORTER GOULD, Registering Agent for Silver City Precinct. Lyon County, Nevada. Silver City, September 30. 1874. 39-td PIONEER ASSAY OFFICE, SILVER CITY, NEVADA. H. HARRIS, (At N« w Orleans Mint. 1847 k 1848; SanFran cisco Mint. 1854.] Established iu California in 1854, and in Ne vada in 1860. H aving had twenty years exper ience in Assaying on the Pacific Coast, the undersigned can guarantee c. rrect as says on Silver, and Gold Bullion, as also on Ores on one ounce basis. Charges as reason able as the nature of the work will admit. I. LEVERSEE, Carpenter and Builder. A full stock of Coffins. Caskets and Trimmings constantly on hand, and furnished at short notice. CUT CLASS of all Sizes TO FIT FRAMES. TYLER STREET, - - DAYTON. Union Market! MAIN STREET, . - DAYTON. 4T THIS MARKET can be found at all times, Fresh Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage, Corned Meats, BEST RENDERED TALLOW, Specially prepared for Mill use. HOME-CURED BACON AND HAMS ! Meats delivered to Customers free of charge. WINZELL & CAMPBELL. Washington Market, MAIN ST. SILVER CITY, NEW PAUL GROSS, FH1AKES PLEASURE IN INFORMING THE JL citizens of Silver City and vicinity, j that he c< -ntinues to keep on hand the choi cest of BEEF. PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, SAUSAGE, CORNED MEATS HOME CURED HAMS AND BACON. PURE RENDERED LARD IN CANS. CRANES MARKET. MAIN ST. PAYTON, NEV. Always on Hand Fresh BEEF, PORK. MUTTON, VEAL. RENDERED LARD , EOR MILL I'SE. Bogy Ice delivered t<> all j>artr of the t'ity. STAR MARKET, LOWER MAIN STREET, Silver City, Nev. C1H0ICE Beef, Mutton, Pork, Veal, Lamb J and all kinds of SawsaKeK. Meats do livered to . ustoiuerH in any part of the dis trict. Mark Strouse Sl Co. A. M. McCABE Announces himself an indepfv, ent Candidate for ESl1 Sheriff of Lyon County, At the ensuing Election, November 3d, IR74 HENRY HILL Announces himself as an rcr,. indent Candidate fur CONSTABLE! SILVER CITY PRECINCT. THOMAS WOCAN Announces himself as an i\n, pendent Candidate for the ‘ ** House of Representatives! At the ensuing Election, and desire* that fog friends may come to his rescue. 29-td SAM KEE, WASHINC & IRONING, main street, silver city. (Near the City Brewery.) WmrASHING CALLED FOB AND Rj. w ▼ turned promptly, in good order, and at reasonable rates. Call anti see. 21-la* J. A. BONHAM, DEALER IN STATIONERY, TOYS, TOBACCO Cigars. Fruit, Watches, Jewelry, Spectacle* Silver and Plated War*' Picture Frames, CUTLERY, PIPES, . FANCY GOODS. ETC. Bookstore, News Depot, and Circulating Library, Dayton, Nevada. NOTICE. A LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO TH! -/m undersigned will please come forward and settle, on or before the first day of Sep tember, and thereby save expense. C. BECKER. Silver City, August 9,1874. li ATWILL & CO'S Western Mining Agency! 240 MONTGOMERY STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. Mining Stocks Sold <&. Bought. Offices in New York, Philadelphia k London Visitors to the city invited to call and mat' our rooms their head-quarters. Mining Companies Incorporated and Work ing Capital Furnished. Interest of Locators and Shareholders «• tended to. Mines Registered and described. Information relative to Mines, Ores, ft given. [28-2pw-tm] P. O. Box 771. T. R. FARR, I! O O T AN D S II O E M A R E ?| Silver City, Nevada. Repairing promptly attended to. Orders solicited. METROPOLITAN STABLES South C Street, Virginia. l^IKST CLASS TEAMS AT REASONABLE U? rates. Particular attention paid to BOARDERS! _THE BEST. ... VENTILATED STABLE! IN" THK CITY. C. W. LEIHY, - - Proprietor ROBEDEE & BENNETT, Livery and Feed Stable! 4RE prepared to furnish, at tha shortest notice, CONVEYANCES TO THE THEATRE. PICNICS, Etc. Together with the finest Single and Double Turnouts, as well as Saddle Horses, to b« found in the county, at liberal rates. For anything in our line, give us a call. Livery Stables! MAIN STREET, - SILVER CITY FftVHE undersigned having Enlarged in', ft Renovated his well-known Stables, i* now prepared to furnish j CARRIAGES, BUGGIES and SADDLE HORSES! At very reasonable rates. By fair dealing with everybody, and A every particular, I hope to please all. HjT Remember the place—the Brick Stio» J. F. ANGELL, - - Propkiktoi P. BARNES’ LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE, MAIN STREET. PAYTU’ Horses Boarded and Groom©*1 ; Careful Attendants. tt^The best single and Double Turnou be found in the State constantly on hana CARRIAGE AND SIC* PAINTING! TENCH & BOWMAN Ill NORTH C STREET, VIRGINIA, Are prepared to execpte. in t® beat manner, and most ts prices, all kinds of CARRIAGE l PAINTING. Work warranted to g«vt "J, faction.___ G. C. FISH, Lodging House and Saloon fftlHK FINEST SPRING 1IATTBAS8B* 1 ft town. e^Olve me a call . M/it'n StrH Fish’s Chop House, i »«•"