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HO¥P+r~.-JC« **» 1876
tirm-f wiu r*UM«m
The pnopis of Virginia Citjr m*
seemingly U greater danger fro©
their police force than from the law-.
leae clam themselves. The average
potteeaaa ia a ham bog ; a necessary
evil; a resalt of innate badness aud
Adamite am. It is a pity that be has
to be suffered at di, He ia only ea
juraHf when cioady aurnHinded
with atatutea and ordinances limiting
his power, and when the eye of an
honorable superior ia fixed upon him
Policemen are generally pugnacious,
aggressive men who are not afraid to
fight. These are necessary qualifica
tions. They are apt, however, to
land to excesses if there be not a
properly equated regulator in the
way of a Board of Police Commis
sion*™, an upright Chief to report
and pruaecute and a raeolu’e Board
of Atdsrmea at the back of all. It
is aa uncomfortable reflection for a
taxpayer to consider that he is on any
dark night liable to arrest and mal
treatment at the bauds of a starred
preserver of the peace on account,.
pen*!**! ol personal spleen, oi ui.ck
seaded mistaken identity, of obtru
sive official interference, or. worst of
All, of official intoxication. The other
daj we had m example of high
handed proceeding in the arrest of a
woman without a warrant, and her
incarceration fu several days without
the caae being brought to the notice
of the Police Judge or the Prosecut
ing Attorney. The womau's cell
door was opened one morning aud
•he was told to go, and that was the
and of it. The policeman constituted
>'■ niseit Lb this case the law, the
court, the jury and the counsel—all
the elements of a fair trial granted
under the constitution. One natur
ally wonders if he was evar familiar
with the maxim: It is better that
ninety-nine of the guilty escape than
that one of the iuuoceut be punished
lie shoyld have been dismissed from
the service at.oace. There are plenty
of good, honorable and brave men,
endowed with common sense—
which the average policeman semns
sorely to need—who could l>c found
readily to fill his place. This arbi
trary and despotic treatment of a
woman by a man unfortunately en
dowed with authority over his fel
lows, was not long allowed to stand
ak>ne. Captain Iby, whose rank
would seem to imply at least com
jaon jmj&auity to his prisoners, toes
the mark and says, in all the vulgar
ism of the street, that he "just hit
-him one for luek.*' lie hauled a man
o«t of bed where he was sleeping off
a harmless drunk and dragged him to
*we pestiferous prison. Because the
citizen would not ait down obedi
ently when, where and how his cap
tor told him, he was clubbed on the
head. There is one consolation that
-the stricken people of the Comstock
City have left in this tryingsituation.
They can constitute themselves a
great body of police under some im
pressive name such as 601 and pro
tect themselves against the police
men. The citizens should feel tliank
/ul that they hare at least one paper
fearless enough to speak out against
the aril.
Mr. igd Mr*. Jimn G. Fair have
J*wl» riaher than any ever lo be
found in (be bonanza. Their aon—a
lad at perhaps twelve yean of age—
repeated “Barbara Freitchie" before
the large audieuoe in National Gnard
Hall laat night, with as much grace
aod sleet, and apparently with ■■
full an appreciation of the poem, as
we ever beard, and we hgve listened
to the recitation by tip fakmaoet liv
iftg'aptora.—[Enterprise. ~
The first sentence of ^ fotegp
ing contains a faulty figure. Jew
•la are never found in a silver mine.
The editor should have said: “Mr.
and Mrs. Fair have liule bricks
infinitely richer than any to be ex
tracted from jthe bonanza.” That
would have propitiated the gods of
the Con. Virginia just as well aad
would fiaire hpen correct in meta
phor. ‘ "
i Mew Orleans Fiaayane thus
ef our ktilver Hsnator:
Maxtor Jehu f. loses veers fine
aad his eyee sparkle
jvjth kumor. Me eaa eing the latest
lagro melody, reeile Joaquin Mil
ler'e latest play billiards
pad jpokar, » W fet in flusncial
pMtobyeifle.andmaywpUbeealUd
& **■*«» Criuhtea.
That
Mjrtlrrjr
Taking with u* • onpy of Thn ' ir
ftak Ckroniol* containing the u»y»
Cortona bullion article we reeterday
mm* in aeereh of United State* Dis
triet Attorney Verlan. We asked
him for a eolation of the mint bull
ion scandal. He said that he wa*
willing to gi*e it, and proceeded to
in lubftancf m follows: R M.
Dmitt mods * statement to him
t Varian) auverml montbs ago of the
substance of Norton*s charges (since
published). Immediately be (Mr.
-Varian) wrote to the Attorney Gen
eral asking instructions. An order
earns back to the superintendent of
the mint to assist Mr. Varian in
waking up the case, wbioh he (Va
riau) waa likewise instructed to in
vestigate. A watch was accordingly
kept upon Norton and Kenyon. At
the saate time a strict search was
made to ascertain if there had been
corpus dilecti in the mint. The re
sult of the shadowing of Norton and
Kenyon amounted to nothing. An
investigation into the strain* of the
miut showed no defalcation. The
mint eaauiinntion showed this and
nothing merer Mr. Stevens, the as.
sistant metier and refiner, had, some
lime since, become engaged in a
prospecting venture. ms
by the name of Somes, brought in a
bar of tww bullion to Mr. Stevens.
It was submitted to Mr. U’irt Mop.
kins, the essayer of the mint, who
pronounced it to be below the stan
dard limit affixed by Congress for
mints to work. Accordingly, this
base bullion was taken to Siiter
Oltv, where it was assayed and re
fined Its whole vs, tic was less
than #100. The only man in the mint
owning any interest in this bast*
bullion is Mr. Stevens. Wirt Hop
kins, Mr. Stevens and other mint
officials were duly sworn before the
United Stales grand jury, and then
testimony agreed. So that is ail
there is of that mysterious bullion
business, about winch so much has
been said and written.— [Carson Ap
peal, June 10.
We will avid to the foregoing this
simple statement and then drop the
subject: The east was fully inves
tigsted by the United Skate* grand
jury, with a pauel of twenty-one
members, and not a single thing
against the mint was discovered.
Thkkb is remote rcas u to fear
that the coming generation in Cali
fornia will have smiting peculiarities.
California is s peculiar country in
manv respects and ha* a peculiar
people. No one supposed, however,
that they were running so fast to
cattle as recent news would seem to
indicate. It is but a day or two ago
that we recorded the birth of a child
iu s suburb of San Francisco with a
head like that of a calf. Now we an
In receipt of this dispatch front L -
Angeles:
A child was born yesterday in
East Los Angeles, the head of which
resembled a sheep, the l>ack of the
skull Isiing aiiajied like the apex of .1
low triangle and the ears like those
of a dog; otherwise, physically, the
child was well formed. He lived
but a few minutes.
Speaxku Kkru is reported as
dangerously sick. His friends think
he will never again occupy his seat
in the House. His complaint is a
costitulioual one. It was no doubt
greatly aggravated by the investiga
tion that has been going on against
him for some weeks. He evidently
cannot stand such an ordeal half as
well as Blaine. The charges agaiust
the sick man, we are toid, will be dis
missed at groundless.
Judge Taut, tbe uewly-appointed
Attorney-General, is said to be s
first-class abort-hand reporter. Tins
should be do discouragement to the
profession, home reporters sill
drift *wev into outside affairs tu
spite of everything. There is no
telling wbitt the most promising of
them may oome to yet.
The Board of Supervisors of San
Francisco have by official enact
ment cut the queues from the heads
of the Chinese convicted 11 ruler city
ordinance. The British Columbians
have taken the cue from the San
Francisco Supervisors and have
levied an annual tax of fi'JS on all
queues in the Province. If that
were done in this country we at.ouid
most likely pronounce it unconsti
tutional.
A KMtrai. bill recently passed the
House proved mg for the establish
ing of postal routes between the
following points in tnis Ktate. The
bill ta now in the t^ uate awaiting
confirmation : From Wadsworth
to ttiUlwatar; from Mineraville, via
Troy and ghauntee, tp /Jyampipu;
from Winnemneca to Surprise Val
ley, California.
I do not be I lavs in mob violence
exeept when that mob dignifies it
self by having an its members tba
law abiding, intelligent and virtuoua
po/tion of ear eitlaans_[Colonel
Bow In Carson Tribune.
A dignified, law-abiding mob,
composed of the virtuous and in
talligwht portion of a community.
»» good, if it is a little paradoxical
latest dispatches.
to Tkt I.yon Count* Time*.]
»w*|M|Kr Olw Fir*.
Han Francisco, June II.—About
right o'clock this looming Thu t’*ll
•ml Bulletin press room on Clay
street, between Sansmne «mi Mont
goinsry streets, wss discovered
to be on fire. The pressiusu
had left but a few minutes before,
when everything wss apparently all
right. The tire appears to haveorig
inated In the basement, burning up
through an open space in which the
press stood 10 the main flooi, bat
was extinguished before reaching
tiie second story. All the wo. d
work of the press, an eight cylinder
Hue, was burned "If, and severs!
hundred dollars’ worth of paper de
si roved and the room pretty well
gutted. The tiro communicated to the
gunsmith shop ot i\ ilson A Kv ails,
adjoining, but was extinguished
with slight damage to the slock.
I lie principal loss is the damage to
the press, which is yet uudeterm
ine»i. Arrangements have been
made to enable both papers to ap
pear to-morrow as usual. The lire
is supposed to have caught from
sparks from a pipe or cigar tailing in
inflammable material lying about in
the press room.
Mutiny.
The steamer City of lYking yes
terday brought here in double irons
aix sailors ot ilie ship Canada, from
Manilla, charged with luuuny m re
■using to sa I on the ship from thai
pert, s ieging negligence and tncoin
(■elency on the |>ari <1 the master a*
a reason for refusing duty. They
were kept »« Jail forty five days at
Manilla, and several weeks in irons
on the United states steamer Kear
sage, on which they were taken to
Hongkong and thence translerred to
the City of Peking and brought to
this port. Poring the passage the
irons were not removed till the port
was sighted.
Bound Over.
B. Martel, who killed Chisholm a:
Badger Park a few days ago, has
t>eeh held by the Police Judge ol
Oakland on a charge of voluntary
manslaughter. Ilia bail was (lied
a; $o,000,
Minin? Trouble*.
Dissatisfied stoekholders of the
Trojan Mining Company have.w ithin
Lb« fatst lew days had several thou
sand shares added to the lisi. and
yesterday the aggregate was 43,390
shsrea. I'tie commission will lake
the necessary steps to enjoin ilie sale
of delinquent stock advertised tor
the l'.tb instant.
It is probable the Niagara inquirv
wjli lie amicably settled, as the pres
eut maiiageuieol are said lo le- wil
ling to resign in the stockholders’
favor providing 40.0O0 shares < f
stia'k can l*e obtained t.v the invesii
gating committee, which the latter
think ean tie had as soon as the fact
becomes known.
Dissatisfied stockholder* ot the
Newark mine, Ely Ikstricl, met yes
terday. there weie 72.000 shares
represented and a connniuee ap
pointed to invesiigaie the affairs ol
the company.
A Black Hills Military Order.
Washington, June H).—Governor
Penning arrive! here yesterday, and,
with Delegate Kidder, had a confer
ence with tlie President, t«eu. Slier
man and Secratary Chandler relative
t » the recent order closing the port
Pierre route to the Black Hills. The
order has been so (nr modified, at
the solicitation of Delegate Kidder,
aa to procure the issuance ol the fol
lowing military iustruetiou*:
Hkaiujcartkics or tub Army ok
tiik Unitku Statk-s, Washington,
JuucS, 1870.—General 1*. II. Sheri
dan, Chicago, Illinois:—Judge Kid
der of Dakota represents that there
are aliout 100 tons of provisions at
Fort Pierre ready for the Black Hit s
sud th at the commanding officer for
bids their going. W« have just aem
the President, who consents that
these provisions may i•*> hauled out.
but that no escort can l*o given. You
may instruct accordingly. The com
manding officer should see that the
parries who go out with the train are
armed and prepared to defend the
train sud prevent its falling into the
hands of the hostile Indians. Judge
Kidder has been very zealous in this
matter in the interest of the Terri
tory.
[Signed] W. T. Shkkman,
MPiirrai. !
In addition to the above these geu
tlerarii •>< they have aaaiuiinces that
as long ns there are people to feral in
tlie Black dills, responsible parties
—who will undertake to protect
tbemselvea—w ill Ik- allowed to take
in subsistence over the Missouri anil
Fort Pierre road. No military pro
tection, however, will l>e furuiahed
on any route over or through the In
dian Reservation.
Amos Pu'vmu. wife and child,
arrived from Cornaeopia by the
stage last evening. The latter de
part* fot California on a visit by
ihe traiu this morning —[The Elko
Independent.
Ur. Plain mar in well known to
ns, and was married bnt recently.
How dona it oome then that he baa
.a child able to veotare upon a joor
nay along so ao^o T borne papers
delight in being l^indly iuconsist
ant, it aanma.
Tea Austin Reveille felicitate* iti
reader* upon the fullness of the conn
ty Jail, which, it says, contain* iirni
criminals, with * go**! prospect ly
1 an increase.
Two Importalt Sllrer Bill*.
WUHlKOTOXi June 10.—The bill
which passed U»« U«u» to day, au
thoriaing the issue by tbe treasurer
of 110,000,000 in all*er ootn, iaas
follows: That the secretary of the
Treasury, under such limits and
regulations as will best secure a Just
and lair distribution throughout the
country, may issue the silver coiu
now in the Treasury to an amount
not exceeding |10,000.<KK> in ax
change for an equal amount of legal -
tender notes, and the notes so re
ceived in exchange shall be kept as I
special funds, separate and a art
from all oilier money in the 1'reasu
ry, and be issued only upon the re
tirement anil destruction of a like
sum of fractional currency when so
substituted. In reporting the bill
Cox presented the following stsie
inent of the amendment of silver
issued up lo dale : i or the redemp
tion ot l■ actional currency. $5,144,
7-So: for payment of currency obli
gations, $3,05.1,434; total.$S,4»”,l«*;
amount oil hand with the Assistant
Treasurers, etc., $5,011,105; ordered
from the United States Mints to As
sisiaul Treasurers and depositories,
The Kendall bill,which also passed
the House to Jav, provides that to
ajililiuii to the amount of subsidy
coin authorized by law to he issued
in redemption of fractional currency,
it shall tie lawful to manufacture at
the several Mints and Issue through
the Treasury and its several offices,
such com to the amount of $J0,00O.
iKHt. Section two provides that the
siiver bullion required for this pur
pose shall tmpurchased from time to
time at the market rate by IheJSecre
tarv of the treasury, with any
money in the Treasury not otherw ise
appropriated, and that the resulting
coin may Ire issued in Hie ordinary
disbursements of the Treasury; but
no purchase of bullion shall be made
under ibis Act when the market rate
lor the same will be such as w ill not
admit of coining and issue as herein
provider! without loss to the Treasu
ry. and any gain or seniornge arising
from this coinage shall Ik' amounted
for and paid into the Treasury, as
provided under the existing liws re
lative to subsidiary coinage; pio
vulet, that the amount of money at
any one lime invested in such silver
bullion, exclusive of such resulting
c un, shall not exceed $1,000,000.
.section three provides that trade ,
dollars shall not hereafter be a legal
lender, and the secretary of the j
treasury is hereby authorized to
limit, fi >m time to time, ibe coinage
thereof to such an amount as he luaji
deem sufficient to meet the export
demand for the same.
NEW TO-DAY, j
A 6rand Dedication Ball
Will In* pm by Ike
SILVER CITY MINERS' UNION
At their
XEW U ALL IX XII.XER *C T\
Monday Evening, July 8, 1S70.
Com tailU rr of Airan^mfnlit
P bomuberfar. jr . A H B .rdraui.
JviLu W LctIiu , U. A Vouap
Berepllou 4 uuimtlle«:
J. J. Fatfr*. 8.0 Or-ahim.
0. 1*. KooMin, 1. K. Tart.
D. S«««1I, Pat Petri*.
Harry Sivi^ie
Floor Mnaaser*
W. H Lraur. P. D>4xv*uhrrg'-r. Jr.,
s. i’ lirtUoi Kenner Angel.
Willi* Hiut *
Floor Hirer lor :
J. J Peter*.
M l* 8 I C B T V.UNKVS B A X D.
TirkMa.*8.00
(Admitting grnllnnan and lady).
Assessment Notice.
SOUTH t»T lAiUlt* MIXING COM
pany. —Locsti >u «*f prim I pa I place j
ol bU'Uit-ss. Sau Francisco, California -U« »
tiuo of rk*. Dc> i»*s Gate -Mining District. !
Lyou County, Sfr«U.--X<«Uw is her* by ciceu I
that at a meeting of the HoaM f Dlr> < t,rs. !
h hi on the siith (Othi Uay of June ItfTO an j
aw'ftsiueut No one (1) Of ten fit)* cento
per share was levied upon the capital iUvk
of the corpontiuu. payable iiuutoilately iu
Urate 1 States gold co»u to the Secretary a*
the ottc« of the company. Kootu 2T, Hayward's
b nMtug. 419 California street, San Franc taco.
California.
Any stock upon which this awrmmeat shall
remain unpaid on the Ttiftrt with (1 tthi day
of July. 11*7<*. will be «leliu«)u< 11 and alv«t
tiMsl f.ir sale at public auction; aud mnleaa
pay.tout la made txfore will b» sold on FK1
I) 4V, the Thirtieth 4»*th) day of JuU U«T*,
to psy the delinquent sasessm* ut. together
with costa of advertising and Mpmsi of
sale.
By order of the Director*.
K1CHAKD B NOYKft. Secretary
OfBce—No IT Haywards building. 419 Cali
fornia street, Hsu Francisco. California.
For Sale.
H
OfM or roi’E ROOMS. LOT SO. 11.
<0 fM d*#p tor Sl ot, will bo bold on pul
c*k |»;iwat>.
II W now in*Uu i pal monthly tonUl.
For pvttraUn rail *1 Tn* Tike, ofl.ro.
8U.fr Clip. Jam* ». MW.
Notice.
A8 I live A GOOD MART OCTSTAMD
lu ArronoU shirk I dnln oqunnd up.
1 hmb; mi# nolle* to ,11 putlm owing n.
to row* forward and aoltlr. at fin I will bo
obliged to employ • Ifpl collar lor
JulAJw 0 BECKER.
Strayed.
hind foot wbllo: errliffat, WO p-iuid.. !{
high. Llbotal (.want will be paid for ib,
dvllrrry to JAMES HHOWKHB.
Diflu Mine
WE SELL roll CASH OXLV
W’T CHEAP.
m m ntnatuM avuruv mn
Blanchard Lime!
THB mPKIKUOBBD, HA VINO BECLRKP
th* atfeaej of Ik*
Olokrated Blanchard Liar*
b prepared to f umiak
th. mu*
IK quantities to suit.
-A«P *»
4 I.SHrr Price limn ever kffttr*
OOrml In Ihta N«rk*l.
THIS I.IMS IS A NEVADA PROBCCIION
And wr claim (qr t« * superiority over Ik*
brd hraud* of California Lime. betn* uol
only «trvnif*r. but
Making a Better Mortar
WITH UWH LIMB.
U la now Miw atemd,rly u«\l In Lyon
Umialiy and (Kon-J r->untlr»
We Ituaraatee Kntire Sallsraelioii.
And w«* hav» th. affl’.avtti. of the principal
mhMW* ©u the IXiuiAk I am t> U» lm nta.
CONTRACTOR* A.ND Dt iU'RRR.
Arv roque-nted to call and « aaninr lor them,
aitvd briorv imrvhaalitfc ilM thift.
C. H. CLANK,
ISA South 0 Street. Virginia. See.
Frank Sperling,
(Siuv^wr ti- L. Goldslone * Oo.)
IMOUTER OF AND DEALER IX
Groceries and Provisions,
II A It U W A. It K ,
MILL UOOM, TOBACCO.
CLOTHING. CIOAUH.
BOOTH. WISE*.
ha i s. Usjiok*.
LUBRICATING OIL ,
CROCKERY
—asd—
CLA88WARE,
Aud a groat many other articles too uiioierous
to mention.
Selling all my Oot*ds. Wholesale and Retail,
at the most reasonable rate*. 1 hope t.» reeeUe
the custom of ail patTvu* ot the f.*ru»er firm
a» well as of others who way giro uie a trial.
FRANK SPERLING,
Main St rent. Silver City. Hindi.
Agent for the Carson Blue
stone and Aeid Works.
Assessment Notice.
DvNKV GULP \.Nl> HII.VEU WIVIXO
l. .. .1 <>u -l I'r-«>•»».»' plx*
i .ijv M«. x»'l i «n. tw C' tl ’Mil- ie>
• . u « . k>, L>v*u tXtuiity NUii vl
vsd»
V pee 1‘r rli ^hru that a’. a me* ! its* of
t r . t * t*. i . . - -I * laj S»>
•A a i »A»n*A t'f j 4 i No | i«« nil’t t vt of
0< .* mi*-t «u 1C* «•«} • ttie » t* slt'K « :
, ,m> i' r»*, it; 4. pse»o*r t i* no *tel> to i n
• 1 • .t.r SMirUI/ al t »* *'
t>. »' lilt Cou.p» .» >o » V tilllui. o
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t > > 1 4(1 U a. lit i'll* »v*»>iur.M **•*.»
n*»t‘ u. i l -a li>» t*t». i • i» da* o Jm •
- i, • t~ t1r‘*, qn« tj| tit * * wiiv«» i*
all at Iii> t ‘U. atid atil^>s t*t »
. h «-n *iii t* M»,d «Oj h.r>»iaj *»
tut t« e-.ith da) * t Ifl*. < ' *•*> th* O* hv*
i]U. tu •><*«*»' >rot. t*«Rtt* rf * 'U» Co*t.» o* *»)•
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14fco a IINNEV. 8r. »ri»7
• ffl » . \ n Ci » -*!»• strt^l. Ih-* *»» No
mu f.ti.'lwvi. U' run.
OASIS SALOON
BILLIARD HALL
wain street .siivtB errv.
I'r..>( liull-liux ui-t.-r Uw»bl.' ll.lt
BECKER. - - * Proprietor
«lce*iant»> **n fcsml the Aucet
Old Crsudies
d Trstnlies PranHiPC OM Hr*»• ’•:«*
j kr,Ll|l(ll DrflnillcS, Old Drsud.ee
OM Era tidies
I’liuKou* BornnoN whisky.
California Wines,
I.SS ILK X\X TORTKR.
..ENltNE HA\ANA CIGAR
jtaMt* sttt tulsotJi to ae.vs ait wt>o w»'
a* »r me with a call.
H. LOUIS HAUCK,
<Heller Known »» MIGDI.I
Carpenter and Builder,
OAfrON. .X EVA PA.
Orders left at union or golden
KAOLE HOTELS. . r*» lh. <1101* Ft th
• wtll tw» prompt** fci»atk»l tv Furn*
t-'*v varitUhc*! »n»l rr|>ilrwt.
•WASHINGTON SALOON
31*. *» South C Stroot
v ao»r#*r woumu or
Whiskies. Brandies.
Wiaes. Ale and Porter.
OLTV KEXTOCKY GOLD Df*T WHWSV.
BE>T BRANDS OF CIOAIUl.
ww A h.ortjr wrl.-oro* l»> W»» "S*
,* *u,| oo'wf'TtvUlr CU H KOoM
hr «rV.imm<vUlU.D of no.*. Coll W>' *»•
*’'• ‘,f HKKKV H> EPHFNK
BOCA BEER.
raSUK I'NDKKSHiNKD WOILD H*
1 •pcctftiUv inouncf to the public of 8to
iry and Lyon i'ouutlm that Uwjr haw aucured
the agency of the.
CELEBRATED BOCA BEER
And that th«y am nrvpared to furtish It In
quantttioa to anlL at their place of buamca, the
Bank Exchange,
Cor. C and Taylor Streets
VIKU1XIA t'ITT.
OUMBSRT * Wl
tapoam ud Jobber ta tw
Havana L Domestic Cigan
TOBACCOS OF ALL KINDS.
A la* ruiMj of
MUBSOUrM. AMU ALL USDS OF
Pipes and Stems
FLAYING CARDS. ETC
No <M Soull. C Hirer* VlrKHO.CItjr
Unr For Wry, CM Fruul Mm* fuFMilin
CARSON BREWERY
■ All EH BKCH Prllmol to ill uiU o
a-J Ljoii wf Orn.ebr Couutlm Adtlteo*
WAGONER ft KLEIN,
iMBBOX CITY. .X1LVADA
RE-OPENING!
....or TUB....
PHILADELPHIA
BOOT AND SHOE STORE!
M M«lh C Mrwi. Virginia.
With .11 mui* New anil Fashionable xt.«-k of
Boots, Shoos A Calters !
FOR OKNTH. RADIES AND ( UII.DKEN I
VUck t* now being »M at
REDUCED PRICES!
Call .1 oner and Reeure bwitalna. w I am ,1,
trrmtawl not to be l ndrrw, |,| oi..I»r
any t'lreumatani....
Wm. Cundlach.
E. W. COVfcEN,
....PtAUl IB....
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Boots A Shoos,
■ Tobacco A Cigars,
Stationery,
Confectionery,
Jewelry, Toys,
MKKRSCHA I'M PIPKS.
YANKKK NOTIONS,
Trunks and Valises.
•*-Rr vt mpkk the rurr n
MAl.S sTKKh.T. SlUhll riTY.
SILVER CITY
LUMBER YARD
I. m araainii ». rmiri.
McOINSIS k CARRICK....Prop’».
Sain Street, Silver City
Dm1m> in all kin da of
LVURF.R. , HIN'ilI.EH,
POORS. WINDOWS.
BLIND*. MolLl'IXOS.
Etc., Hr.. Dr
Partlcalar •Itrnlton r>rl »<> Fumt.hlng Mill
ami Mining Ttn.lwra
Millinery an_d_Hair Work.
MRS. H. WATSON.
The Pioneer Milliner of Nevada,
Osar Dear Mo sal Is of Paul Ur«M'
Meal Market, Mllacr III.
Qflfcfw b«f a'fvim t\> the Ladle* of SUwr
dly Mill YlclUltj. utrel St} !«*• ol
Millinery amt Hair Goods. RiV
kon, and Flow or, for Parties.
HAIR PRESSUXO A SPECIALTY.
%r Oil F..M n*d Hata rruoTr.1 to Ik, pro
vnthuv fashion*. at rro'UeWr Mira.
Laltre. glee me a call aud 1 a III flw J«’U
aatlsl action.
MHS H WATSON
SENATE SALOON.
Main Slr«x*l, Hold Hill.
(OpiR" te Likert? f ijilie U •#*».>
THOMAS E riMCH. .Ps*^rlrtc»'.
Th« I'bol. rot
wise*. i.igroHs
AI LS AM l OKTtti
U»r UUANLiS OF ClOAlki. Lt.'
This ntw tnU rlnrtlit *a!o«>r. i* •*!«! «*•' »* '
.avi'li riprnar, Mllli »|»|rudt>l w.»rkawf nt
*d, ruin* tbr valla, and at the n-ar arc two . f
t|>. latent *I>W OllKClAN Of RYE MLUAL1*
TAbLLS. Ibt only new ,mr* that are or
w« re in Ike town. Tbl* Salt»>n i> the
ai .1 m at coiuuiudiou* ui Uoiil lit, l
A FREE LTNl H DAILY.
Ol*o at all L«*nr*. day and nteht Call
and pruancvt.
Chrysopoiis Saloon.
MAIN STU KKT,
Stiver City. NeveiU
/TBT BELOkk POST OFFICE.
WINES.
LIQUORS &
CIGARS
CLIB ROOM ATTACH FD
JOSEPH MUNCHTON. PKOPT.
N. LARIVIERE.
UNDERTAKER!
A few door% below Odd Prllow>* Hal ,
MAIN STKEFT. GOLD HILL.
Hearses and Carriages,
t .irni>h*.i l*» knn. ,»«»
WILSON A BROWN.
UNDERTAKERS.
26 SOI I i* l» Si RKK1, \ IKLiMA.
Ari lX AND ELEtiANT ASSORTMENT
of linkrtakrr* Ocxal* always ota Land.
CVItiua hhrvuiU *t« . etc llurw* and Car*
■laur* furulfthrd vtrj Jt'iml All cbar,;e*
IIHttl ■‘•It
STAR MARKET.
LOWER MAIN STIVE El
Silver City, Nev.
C'tHOlCE Dwl. Mutton. Port. Yral. lunl
J anJ all klu.lt Sauaaitta Mral. du
"wrwl tu euatouK-i*. ta uj part o< Ibt- .tu.
•U-i
m\kk sTiivi sK remit Gorrx
Carson City Assay Office.
A. HEBUEKLLMj k CO.,
I ARSON CITY. : NEVADA.
Otdm Irfl with Jotin O. Fos, (>i>)esite th«
riua.
ANALYTICAL ASSAYS
Of all kin is |>ronp(lt atteutlnl to.
BARBER SHOP
111 IM'HARUH. WtUi At.Ut.aU
m • can tlim ba found at bla Hhop,
MAIN STREET. SILVER CITY pnparrd tu
do HAIR CUTTING, SHAMPOOING and
SHAVING In thr utoal Ual.ful manual pua
uU. Shop op*u all da, liiutdajr Ut«a him
a rail
KUTJCg t
Di king mt absence in the east.
Mr. J. L. Oodftr, la dal, authuriaad tu
truan t bualaaaa In uiv u.n»
J. R. SHAW.
Daftoa, Na» . Jum «, 1IW.
£«or'MGXMKNTti UK ALL KIND* OV
Furniture * Mi.ihAnfl,,
Ik*. ,nl au<1 prompt I, atu-udisi lo al
M. M. nuuuc&a' Al'CTIOH UOVR*

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