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J.YON C0TOT7 TIKES.
4TK1>XKS1>A\..Jl'NE 14,1*76 A tali form la Mob. A mob iu S uta Rosa, Cal,, h»* quite outsfippod the Carson rioter* both in atrocity of action ami deter juip.ti.in ,4‘ purpose. They have alao cast a darker reflection upon our /Ciriliaatiou by ten folo. A man was in jail there for killing another, hav isg gieen himself into the hands of ihe authorities, acknowledging the crime, bgt claiming that it w as done In self-defense. While thus securely held, awaiting an examination of the case, about one hundred and titty masked men entered the jail, over powered the jailer, tied and gagged the sclf-conl'esscd slayer, took him awaT in a wagon and hung him to a tree. The man is represented to have beeu a respected citizen wlnx. unfor tunately, cherished a Utter feud •gainst a neighbor. He went one day upon this neighbor's land to look far some bogs of kis, taking a shot gun along. He met his enemy in a hog yard and shot him there. When found the body had been horribly mutilated by the swine, and this cir cumstance no doubt added to the rage of the inhabitants, yeverthe less the man a bo did tiie deed was by his own w ish in the custody of the sheriff, awaiting an examination. ! when he felt sure he could show that j the act was done iu defense of his own life. Men surely hare a mean j opinion of justice as administered by law when they are not willing that a trial should be had and au accuser! person given every opportunity possi ble for proving his motive for any action or his innocence of any charge. When the law takes its sol emn course and wheu every inch of lbs proceeding against a man is watched and contended over by able .counsel iu his behalt, it often fall out that a wrong thing, au awful thing, has been done in a conviction. Most of jurors now have firm con sciences against conviction upon cii cumstantial evidence. There is s growing feeling in th • public mind, born of an advancing civilization, toward making sentences light in cases of actual conviction and favorable to the golden nuim tu&t it were Utter tbut ninety-and-nine of the guilty es cape than tbat one of the innocent bepunishej. Not*ithstacdicgthi> J general moral advancement, there i are hot-headed leaders and soft I headed followers enough now and ] then discovered to overstep the rules of hnmac'ty, l 1 the law de fiance, deny au accused person the right of a trial—the most sacred right unJer the sun—and do them selves as bad a tbiog as tbat for which they inflict summary pun ishment. It would l>« altogether wholesome and corrective of this great evil if gome of the prime movers were captured by the au tboritiea and made to suffer the penalty that their crime calls for. Besides being a flagrant insult to the iaw of the land, such high handed proceedings, supported alone by passions the most likely to lead from the truth, are very prone to inflict punishment where n does not belong. Mob violence will remain popular in Texas for a long time to come, perhaps, but it ahonld be checked in settled and highly civilised communities. Many a man has been executed in innooenee, and tha liability to aneb » terrible error ie doubled when an infuriated mob takes the matter in band. George M. Fowler baa re cently shown in Appleton’s #our *el tome of tbe slips of justice when administered in a high oourt, and tbe ohaptprs are sad ones. We published one of them a couple of waakssgo. Tbe old man wbo was ,ao unmercifully bang in Sonoma oonnty on tbe morning of tbe lOtb Inst might base beep able to prove himself dear before a competent hribnaaL Otherwise why did be give himself npf ®“*t be a rendezvous for desperadoes. Ws take Tbe Daily JTews, published at Denison, and in hsoe is an account ol bow some oas was taken from . pdAoa and banged by eg excited »ob. The iasne received yesterday lAooants tbe whipping of e fathei agd mother by an intoxicated sot gnd the son's subsequent death at buds of u outside party. Texas i< !"***&'! ao alluring field for enter }P4*f 4sfPST«d<p<. Reaiatlag the latTiUble. Ia the town of Reno thera lives t man who refuses to acknowled^a the right of Nevada to compel hist i to pay a poll tax. The consequence | baa Iwu, that onr youthful State sent her laaalottrant citizen to jail, as she has been iu the habit of do iug with tho e of her ohlhlreu who offend her. The prompting of this citizen's refusal to pay his poll tax was not a mere caprice, hut a set tled and honest conviction. He does not object to c ntributsog his share to the necessary expenses of the town of Keno; his objection is to the element of compulsion in the tax system of the State. We admire our friend's earnest ness; but where will it end? The thoughtful citizen has a long list of objections to the State as it is; shall he proceed to press them all in this overt w ay ? Life is too short for such a quarrel; the State has 110 choice but to oppose us and, if necessary, to crush us. We may obey a law without consenting to it. Think and speak wc can. and think an>l speak we will; this the State herself must submit to. But when j it comes to a physical issue, she is ! conqueror every time by virtue of her superior streugtii. Unless this individual, tbeu, has made up his mind to a complete martyrdom, he had l>est withdraw from this un equal contest. There is no humilia tion iu submitting to the inevitable. The Virginia Chronicle cast# a bad reflection upon married men in it# last issue—inadvertently, we are sure. It seizes upon the statistics of voting furnished by the National Grange and says something against woman suffrage. Women, as is well known, belong to the granger so. cicty and exercise the right of the ballot oqually with the men. Ac cording to a record of the voting as published in The New York World in 434 divisions the women in 398 ■ f them voted the same .is the men T ie Chronicle then remarks as follows: “This quite l«oar- out the anti-wom an-suffrage argument that giving votes to women w nld only increase the power ot the male vote, and in crease the power of the worst classes of it." Tid* is a staggering blow to married men. We never knew 1** fore that they as a class were worse than single men. We always entertained a remote sort ot a notion, umuth rued and empirics of course, that beuetiu ts were a -hade better than bachelors. We also re garded society as with us in th t opinion. Tuf friends of anti-Chinese legis lation will be glad to know that Piper's resolution, requesting the President t<> modify the Burlingame treaty, has passed the House. The proposed amendment would restrict the Chinese coming to this count-} to merchant* and travelers, if Its meaning were not di-» rt -d to in clude every Chinaman who sells vegetables, fish or cigars Senator Sargent has expressed fears that it would lw. bT. JoKNfitBi'RY, Vermont. has, come into prominent notice ret anti y. Its inhabit »nts were so ahsorlw^l with business affairs that they could not afford to pay any attention to Memo rial Day. Consequently the eighty and odd graves of soldiers there re mained undecorated. One man bought a flog for $3 50, and has not been aeen siuce. Thu are going to have a genuine centennial Fourtn of July in Han Francisco this year. We read in a late dispatch that the leading busi ness houses will be closed from the first to the Afth, and that the pub lic will generally give itself over to celebratiug. The leading feature of the display will be a sham naval battle on the Bey. There come conflicting reports Bow about the Black Hdla mines A dispatch from Bismarck says that a provision train arrived there from the Dead wood mines bringing $15, 000 in gold dnst. The steamer Yellowstone also arrived at the1 •ame place with $21,000 in dnst. Sphxu Kg£R still continues in B precarious condition. HisfrieuJs think be will never again assume tba duties of a public man, ahonld b« gal well. -—r IT U gratifying to kuow that the 1 Senate maintained its dignltv as a non-partisan body and voted down a resolution to adjourn over the Cin 'j*B*i Convention. Th* Enterprise, eoanwaliBi on (lit proposition to oontinne Senator Jones' bants Monion railroad to lodependeuoa and uortb, following the drainage of Owens river via M -no leke, Walker river and up the Carson valley to Virginia. says that the only tronhle is that while the road should be a narrow-gauge to save $6,000,000 in the cost of building, it must connect at both , ends with broad-gauge roads. We see in this no trouble at all. WheD the Grand . runk railroad of Can a a was a broad-gauge road it oou i nected with others that bad a nar ! row gauge, and its cars were made j readily adjustable to either gauge. ! It is only about two years since that great railroad changed the gauge on its entire length fn-ui broad to narrow, not because n ttau not business for a bioad gauge road but because the managers be came convinced they could do the same business at less cost on a nai row-gauge road. They have one of the heaviest freight businesses in the country, jet claim that the liar row gauge is better than the broad. In tihie other broad-gauge roads will follow suit. The railroad of coming years will have steel rails aud a narrow gauge. And the road connecting Virginia with Los Au geles by a twenty-four-hours' ride, and theuet with the East by a iine independent of the Central Pacific, is, ue trust, one of the things to come in tne near future. When the small pox made its appears nee in San Francisco re cently the press of ti.e city recom mended with almost unanimous voice the practice of vaccinatiou as a preventive of the disease. That is a plaiu duty for newspapers uow-a-days, recognized aud follow ed everywhere, just as it is their duty to cry out against cesspools aud putrefied vegetation during the prevalence of typhoid auo other malignant fevers. When, however, the press, after inducing the submissive public to vaccinate itself thoroughly, comes out with long homilies about the horrors of .UJWUi V til 119, <4.. i I'iWUlS word-pictures of the awful ouUue oust disease* that lire fnqueutjy coiumuuic.it >1 iu vacciuaiiou, it js almost tune to cry ou! against the press for tt . iug to scare people to death. We read with a grea* deal of inward satisfaction, because tte have uoi bad oUr aim pi.Cnei, an arucle iu l'u« Post ueciariug (i at vacciuailoli i» nut a preva u 11Vo auv »iv audjioiutiog out ail its possibly attcudaut horrors. The city of Stockton, Cal., is n r cognized gravey ard for newnpupeia. M ir of them have goue down there 'han i i any other cits or town in the St.itr. a d tho»e tli it survive to-day, we m.it add hy the way, are utrug g Ing to keep their heads above w ,ter. The p-ople of Stockton are a s. miioient set. not devoid of cul ture, however, hut altogether t<> - sleepy to encourage enterprise of any kind. Otherwise they would rally to the supp r» of their home pap rs and assist them ou toward u pi*- - among the first-class dailies of the coast— the position they are struggling t r. There U no one thing that retieola so eorre tly the businesa enterprise ui a town or city a* it* newspapers. If they are found to contain a fair showing of advertise mentt and a good quantity of well prepared or judiciously selectrd reading matter, the inference i* that tiie place whose iuter.-sts they r -pre-' sent is a lively one. If, on the other hand, they appear at lack, slab-sided, half starved affairs existing only by the sufferance of the people, one con cludes at once that the fault lies as much with the entetprise of the region ol publication as with ant- | thing else. Many a publisher is I driven to a last resort in that town ,,f ! li.tle lite and lots of iusanitv ju?t ' mentioned. Tiie latest one so din in j is W N. G»4Un. He VI as so "loseiv I hedged ill by adverse circumstance* j that he lelt unceremoniously and uu doubt in gre.it ilisguest. The paper* are now making enquiries concern ing hit whereabouts. Murderer •» Lliko. Tccson (Arisons), June IS.—Agent Cluin telegraphed to Uovernor tiaf ford front Chtricahua agency as fol lows: “I sent out and bad Peon Mo nay, the murder of > pence and Kog era, brought in, and will turn him over to tbe eivtl authorities.” Gov ernor Stafford had a warrant issued for P^on .-enay, and he wjll be brought bare for trial by tbe Civil Court. latest dispatches. [^teial to Th4 Ljro«<\«Nty Time#.] Fatal Affray. Kax Fkaxcimm, June IS.—Be tween 1 and 3 o'clock thia afternoon , ui affray imnnwl in a blacksmith shop at mo corner of Klghlh and lira ■■ nan street* between Michael | Coin in. proprietor of a saloon, and a ; blacksmith named Frank Milea, dor i ing which llie latter *»« alruck on ! tiie head with a sledge hammer, tracttiring the akuli and causing I death a abort time alterwanla. The trouble arose from a recent business disagreement, though no serious re sult a as anticipated. T he parties met in front ol the blacksmith shop, and the quarrel Ixing renewed Con lin picked up a sledge hammer and struck Miles with it on the head. Immediately alter the killing Conlln disappeared and has not yet been ar rested. Several policemen are alter him. I>eceased piwsivit’d iherepu tat ion of neiug a quiet, industrious young man. Child Bnrued to Death. Yesterday afternoon a child four years of age, named I,aihalii. ob tained possession of some flrt«crack ers w hu ll set tire to liis clothing, burning him fearlully, from the effects ot which he died to day. Anti*Chinrae Arson. San Dtroo, June IS.—An attempt was made Saturday nioruiug to lire Chinatow n, but tailed. Crop Prospect. Harvesting is progressing favora bly in the county. In many places there will be a larger y.eld than *»s au.ici (sited. One Less Chinaman. Sacraxikxto, June III.— I bis morn ing „ t hin .man was shot in a house of ill-lame ou I street. The ball ismeirated Ins intestines, causing seath about two hours later. Ah Jim did the shooting, but claims that it was occidental. The detunct relos tial is said i" have been worth a large sum of money. Jockcj Club Troubles. A lively meetiog of the Sacra tnento Jockey Ciub look ('lace last evening, when Saturday's (racing race was taken under consideration. It was decided a put up job and the |>oo!a were declared off. Riper** Resolution Passed. Washington, June 12.—The j 'i t ; resoluti n reported by I*ijm r, fr>>ui j the committee on commerce, and j pts-e.l i«y the H nise antler suspen »i >n of the rules to-d ty. rei|iii't d tile President to suiuuit to tiie (t o - i ernnient of the Chinese Empire «u idtiitionnl article to tlie liurli tganic fre.itv < f July 2Nth, ItfGfj, to the fol lowing effect: The United States f America reserve the right to regulate, 1 restrict or prevent the iiutnigrattoo ! >f Chinese suiijeots Into the Unite 1 Stttts. except for commercial pur suits, M <] rrcipn wally, the Emper >r j of tne Chinese Empire docs reserve ■ i ttic tight to !■ srul.ite, restrict or pie- . ! >«• -t ti e i .imig a': >u of citizens of the l otesi Sutcs i ;t ‘ the C hiu->C Empire, except for i unuiercial pur suit*. The joint resolution, asorigi nalty intrmluceil by Reprcsentativ Page of CVilfomia, was amended by tlie committee by inset ting 'he words, "except for commercial pur- 1 s|ii's.“ The vote on its passage was Ayes, 138; noes, 15. A Heavy Uouukky. — Yesterday : mum g Hr. W'ixom tiis, lvered t! nt j he had been roblicd of money and I 'altia tes to tlie am mm of upwards f $1,700. The property was taken from a drawer in the back ro. in i>f i the Doctor's drug store on Curt | street. The drawer had been fotced open with an ax, the marks of that ! instrument being visible on it. The j propel ty taken eonsistcii of tiiamontls ! md watches, $'310 in gold coin anil flit) in silver coin. Tne robber w • not hoggish and did not take the en- i tne contents of the drawer, as he left in it a lot of ladies’ jewelry, silver spoons, knives and forks and a small j amount of silver coin. A Chinaman known ts ’‘Doc” employed as a ser vant at Or. Wix->tii’s residence, has j been arrested and lodged in jail on suspicion of being concerned in the robbery; but, tit >ugh the oth ers are diligently working on the ease, no <‘iue has yet been tound pointing to the place of concealment of the stolen property.—^Tlie Austin He- j veille. Ak Extraokdinahy cross.— Mr. I G. hruesl »1 tbit city hn* for • number of years experimented in ! Hie production of variously colored r,"‘<">, end succeeded in growing some almost »« black as ink ilia was lo engraft a slip H a dark 1 red r,«« into an oak tree, where they flourished anil blnaaiimid, the daik ssp or the oak effs-tualy col oring ilie roaea black. Ho did not emt-eed, however, in transferring the “'ll* w) Healed to the grouud, for they invariably died in ihe attempt. Mips of rowa engr-rted into locust trees lived for iwo years, liearing brown bioeaoma. The experiment successfully carried out would be of ] great botanical interest in revealing the maieriala and pfoceaa which na ture porsues in eoloring her flowera. —[Stockton Independent, I .cave roar ardent at the TlMica of lice, and you eau secure them on abort notice, at low ratea, and In the I leal style. • HOTICK. Fob fsrsoxai property asp mis tst »ii»er sill be tskm t < tlo aatouni 1 II avnlsisrs '»n >11 amount* «(*.,*<■ lb,I , i the usual discount eili I- t >4, o. k. x**n. ‘ Oeglua. Rev.. Jobs*5ji3F«. L,°a NEW TO*DAY. VIRGINIA CITY COAL COMPANY — LoitUua “t j Vininu City. Kfnd»^-b>c«ttoii of work*. £1 l>or»d<> QinrM, Ly<m county. Nevada.— Notice In hereby «t?*n that At a moot lug of the Bond of irate** of aald company. tend on lb* twelfth (Ittb) any of Jim*. A. D. 1H7H. an *m*mm*ul |N*» 10 of ten (to) . *»nta )*er ahar* waa lerlcd on tha capital M««ck of aalil company. payable lroiu*vll«lfly in Inltwl Slat*- golttcoin. to the 8«s nta* y at lb* office • of tb* company, Rotnu N’>' 1 Bank of Califor nia building. Taylor a*rat. Virginia Uty. : Nevada And an? afork upon which tbta aaenuunent ahall remain unpaid «*u Wrd»ca» 1 da* lb* twelfth tilth) d*y of July. A. b. la?a, •halt be deemed delinquent and will be duly adeerttaed for aalaat public auction, and un lana iar nenl la u.ad* htf»*ra will b* aold on HATCKDaY. to# twelfth (l*h| day of Augmt. ; A D l*7i». to paj delinquent A-**-«.ru*nt. to 1 gel hr r with coat* of ad'Tit lac men! and e«* lm n»c* of aala. F C. LORD. SerrHar?. Orth-*—Room No. 1 Bank of California building, Taylor atrect, Virginia City. Nc CAPT. N. STEARNS. nsazi navaTn, GENERAL COMMISSION. Storage and Collection Business. Got>da Stored on Cnmvnlaadon and Money Advanced on Coiudgumenta in Suma to Suit. Having the largest riRK-rnoor waivhou** In Virginia be u iit»w prr. par- d 1“ at or* any aun uni of good* on tU* moat MtetuMi1 r*tr- The wan t.ouar w».* i rmeriy (nnyMI by tkt Itellbf Oi tetetttite, undersell*. Fargo a Oc» *a—entrance on l> •trrel. Office In Well*, largo k Co.'a build ing. on C atrect. MONEY! MONEY!! MON^Y ! ! To Loan on Real Relate and advanced on Storage—from $.VjO to $10,000. Houses and Lois F* t aal* in all parta of the city and to rent Buaint-a* 1« t* t«> Icaae. KMIM.OtMLNT AGl Nv Y -1 he trade «nj plied Blanchard Lime! rpilK IM-KKShiNKl*. HAYING SECTRED JL Utv agcucy "t Ou IVloUrahnl Hlauclioril Lime, U prepared L> furnish thr MIII0 in auANnnEs to suit. -AVI) AT \ lower Price lluii nrr l»r(orr Oltrrnl in ihU Unrkt'l. THIS LIME IS A NEVADA PRODtVlTON Kv. \ we cairn f r it i suj* n r.ty over Uu best brm’.i-U of (ViltaroM Ijoic. b» tag m l ■hi) ftMiicrt, but Making a Better Mortar WITH LESS LIME It u n< w Wd4 rtleuHTtly umv! in Ljnom v»r . ►Lt Alai St.^>y v* ontir* Mr I >1111 ran tee L tit ire SatUfactlon. Amt tr htvr th'' i.H.ltMU of 111'1 j>itiK'tp»l WattUkS Uti tb« v'otusfcvk a> to iU merits. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. Ari rF^»rstr,i to c&lS aiti ruminr for thrai. *»»w* to ?\.re iHin-ltn:.* rl»» wht n-. C. II. CLAliK, in i sv.uta i'»tr>>i. TtmfU, Sa*. Frank Sperling, (Successor to L OulditaM A Co ) 1MORTKR Or AND DEALER IN Groceries and Provisions, H A. U \V A K K. MILT, GOODS. TOBACCO. CLOTHING. CIGARS. BOOTS, WINKS. MAI'S, Llgl’OKS. LUBRICATING OIL , CROCKERY —AND CLASSWARE, And a great mauy other articles too numaxvu* to iueoUt«. Selling all my Good*. Wholesale and Retail, it the most reasonable rates. I hope t*> receive the custom of all iv»tivns of the fonu«r Ann is well as of others who m*j give me a trial. F K A Ml S P E K LI > ti, ■ala Street. . Sil««r City. Nt.'.di. Agent for the Canon Blue* •tone and Acid Works. OASIS SALOON BILLIARD HALL MAIN STREET.SILVER CITY. Prr»*f I5.it1.1 u>. tun!* r Ms*cutr Hail C. BECKER. * - - Proprietor Oon*UU? > ou hand \ !>• Curat OM UiiuJiM Hd Brandlea D-anHlAC OMr.<»r*»u* 'W FrtuUxf DidnillWj 0.4 t’iittv1 » OM I’muduw P'lRROLD HOUR RON WHISKY. California Wines, bLSS* ALE. XXX l*OKTVR. OKM INK BAVAN\ CIOAE •Ni > «tt«nifyil» to iirrva all »w n** w:ib a call. WASHINGTON SALOON V*. Scafb C Street » jcrt - c ttft'Atmn or Whiskies, Brandies. Wines. Ale and Porter OLO EF.NTrCIT OOI D m 'sT WHKKV tr.<T R HANDS or 010 Aft*. 09* A hearty welcome m HiW rtt* < Ansy ar>i ‘omfortabl** CM I! K«K>M f «i ♦he wo»witiNation of ttnrat* OaM and tf%| the hieinialltir* of M»*VRT ftTrvnr\M M. WERTHEIMER, Importer uJ Jobber la to* Havana & Domestic Cigars | toracvos or all kinds. A llhf* variety of MEKRSCH AI'M. AND ALL KINDS OF Pipes and Stems plavinc. cards, etc. I _ N i «• * • *' • C Sires*. VlMuiatni, 1 ,Cuar /Kfcfj. 4J4 riuti* uumi b*u lcm*taov RE-OPENING I ....or not.... PHILADELPHIA BOOT AND SHOE STORE! n <■ Wwl, Virflniii. With to tnUr* Sew tn.l Ftthlontbl* Stork of Boots, Shoes At Gaiters ! YOU GENTS, l.ADIKS AND CHILDULN ! Which Is fit w Winn h'ld it REDUCED PRICES! Util tt onrr toS Hr, urv btnrtlx*. u 1 *m a, IrnulDDl in* t tr I ntlrnr lJ ULilrr **> i ln UliOUlH r* Wm. Cundlach. E. W. COWEN, ....DEALER Dl,... Gents' Furnishing Goods, Boots A Shoes, Tobacco A Cigars, Stationery, Confection fry] Jewelry, Toys, M KKUHClIAl’M .1*II»KS. YAN’KICK NOTIONS, Trunks and Valises. »rtO'M>:>incH thk ri.tOKfa .w.t/.v xTNEET. SILVER CITY. SILVER CITY LUMBER YARD i.u n. a. rtuirt. McGINKlS A CARRICK....Pro|>*. Main Street, Silver City Dwlrn in all kind* of LUMBER. > MINGLES. doors. vindovn. BLINDS. MurU INOS. Elf. Elf. E‘c. I’»rtu nlar aft* ntt-n p»i«l |<» FunGtnii* J£: %i* i Mitiibi: T*u«l**r* Millinery and Hair Work. MRS. h. WATSON. The Pioneer MU Durr t*l N» x »■! llnr lioor South ol I*»«il !• »••>%* Hcai Hiirkrl. S»l%«*r ll.i. I Offer* her «-rvii r> i.i I' • l.vllrt »*f ;x*r ai) MiJ Vi>u. i). lm » > * j Milnnv’y 3a! H .ir Gog! . H l» bous AU<1 Flow r forP. rtlrs, ii.uu Mu.'Sivvi \ srr.rrAi.TV j #/“ Ol ! I iutl MlOTr-i to tli« j*r< i vUlitii, faiisbiw. r» *l*i« rut** j Uibi't, iritr roe a vail and 1 aiiI j » j ntlikU* U< u. MR' H WATm»N SENATE SALOON. Main Stm t, (inlii Hill. *}* i»rtx ilnttur Hx>u« .) UOMAn E. IJNxM ... .It ir»«lxr. Tli« w ;nfs. f jgroi;> \U.> AS I I OSiTl L tlE'tf DUA.M*.' Ol' OiO,VU>. F.ie Th:* i i'« nrt» •»!*-.•»i t -aHn,? I*, flit*\ u" • » « », » t|w8M'i viU> »| •* a l. Mi’* • tb» n ii»* rvar #'■ * h v - i>lr hKm UN CURVE Lll-UAlii* r\M,K- It* x*m> s ‘ XX »Ji» * tlial arr * r « v* ... r« » > J.'Wli 'll.la fxaltn t I- Ihr Lu* *\ w *. -**! lu (i»‘lj Kill. A FREE LUNCH DAILY. Ojvru al all 1» nr*, d»y *»;4 Li*: lit. Call at<U j«r r-jw-rt. Chrysopolis Saloon. MAIN 8THKKT, City.Ne»»J« acsr uLLiii r<>»T ornvi. WINES. zaocons CIGAF-C VU U ROOM ATTAlTIKU JOSEPH Ml'NVKTOX. PBOP'li N. LARIVIERE. UNDERTAKER! A few door* below Odd Fellow*' H.l . MAIN' STllEFT, GOLl> HILL. Hearses and Carriages. Funnelled (or FuoenUe. WILSON A BROWN. « JS1IWSftWBSis... %rrLL AND ELEGANT ABUTMENT «l 1 ‘ Ox**!* al**>* on haintx tvflliia, txhrx»u*la. rtf., flf Hearer* and Car* rtagc* IttDiUkrd when deelfrd. All ehsrgee moderate. STAR MARKET. LOWER MAIN STREE1 Silver City, Nev. H. LOUIS HAUCK, (tinier Kn»nn it* sm.l'.l.i Carpenter and Builder, OftDEHS I ITT AT l NIOK UK AoLPtJI IAOU HUTIUi.itral II • SUM*. I t th •trut. ai!) U- (ae'iiiHli >|-U<lnl to Flint, t V*n»»hr>* tul hi>«lr»i| BARBER SHOE XWll.tltl III. Will AeMuil, ■ • .-»i> alwat* 1» foiin.l u lit* Mho m.uk street sii.vek city >'<■ HUH iTTTISO. HH.VMPOU1NU u. I HH.tt INii |u Hi* ii. «i tapirini mauiia-r m*. J. R. SHAW, HAY, CRAIN A WOOD, main ktkkkt. i*\yt-«\ sro- ut imuiiv i u . » ^WSIUNMKNTS CAT Al l. MM>.» o| Purmt iro A M > oll»U. i .u Hwvlved Mid pn»iti|>i!,r a nud. il u, »| M. M. I'KEiiRK kb AlCTltth UultK. 'ivmmIo coatomrpe to My part of the di». jH. 4\IIK SfKAUSK. UENHV OOKTS \>a v rox HfcVADA. PKUt IP