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Monday...., ..skpt. a*, into Carrier and Agent. Ernest K. Hertwsi is the author ised carrier of TUK Ttwss tor Shiver City, Virginia City and Cold Hill. All payments ate to tv made to him. P. KlCIfTWt. THE WSTEXTIOJi’S WORK. The conglomerate party has held its convention and placed a ticket b -fore the people. The men whose names appear np.*n that ticket are now of public interests so far as any thing about them affects their can didacy or indicates in the event of their success, what sort of public officers they would make. The con vention presented as good a ticket as was expected, and some of the se lections could not have licen better made. There was in the convention, however, wbat some interpret as a spirit of unfairness, and w hat more plainly appeared to others as a die position to slight certain parts of the county. Such men as R. A. Young,James Waddell.E. h inter and i tbers were set aside for those less able and deserving. The delegation from Silver City came back impressed with the tic ket'that they were not used by the other delegations as the importance of Silver as a political point entitled them to be used. Dissatisfaction in some quarters is quite loud mouthed. There is no question that there is reason for it, as there is no question that the ticket could have been great ly strengthened by a little judicious forethought. As it is, the Republi cans regard the contest now as one in which their very best efforts will not be called forth. Although the prime object of the convention was to nominate the very best men, regardless of political pre dilections, to accept the party's own word for it, there was in some cases a total disregard for intrinsic worth and an adherence to the mandates of personal interest and the behests of old attachments. In short, although the convention w as in the interest of the people, ostensibly, there w ere the little axes to grind, ami there were those to turn the stone, and those to pour water on it to keep down the heat engendered by tne friction. The only difference between this con. vention and convention.- run by rec coguized party hacks was in the manner and method-. The work done w as substantially the same, but there was less interest in it. Mr. W. J. VVesterfield, the nomi nee for Senator, i- a gentleman so well known in these parts that no particular allusion to him is neces sary. lie is an old-time Democrat" ami was once a candidate tor Assess or of Storey County, but was de tested. T. E. Picottc, J. F. B.»nk$ and H. Stevens do not enjoy so «ide a circle of acquaintance. Two years ago Mr. Picotte was not a citiien. We presume he is now. He was then working iu behalf of the Independent movement. Having at that time aod since imbibed a good deal of Adolph Sutro. he is an In dependent still. Mr. Banks is a son ot General Banks of war fame. He comes from a family of Repub licans. Mr. Stevens keeps the Stone House. He is said always hereto fore to have been a Republican. Sam J. Blair, the candidate f>r Sheriff, is employed at the Justice mine as carpenter. We hear that he has but recently entered into active politics, having heretofore been dis qualified by nativity. This being the ease, his political principles and affiliations in tbe past ate not mat ters lor consideration. Mind, these am not positive postulations, but the mere echo of rumor, what one has to rely sometimes upon in tbe haste of making up an article like this one. W. W. Byrocn. the candidate for County Treasurer, lives iu Dayton. He was once in the saloon bu&ioesa, once taught music, once was a pain ter, once waa a Republican, and i* ■aid to be a changeful man. Four years ago he was elected Treasurer on the Republican ticket. Two years ago he was a candidate for the same office on the Independent ticket, nod was beaten of c >urse. Lack of apace prevents us from giving a further review of tbs ticket great expressions as “the hell y»n do!" are gutting to bo common wit The Kerens Sentinel R. M. Beatty is • Justice of the Peace ot Eureka, and, like most all other Justices of the Peace, he is a candidate for re-election. Recently the »l>surd story pit to his cars that a club was forming with the sole ot>j cl to defeat his election Straightway Mr. Beatty, apprecia* ting the great power and influence of newspapers, writes a long communi cation and has it printed in The Sentinel. It make* a column and a half of solid brevier, and is all about Beatty and the club and the Ju-tice of the Pieceship, or the Justiceship of the Peace, or the Pieceship of the Justice. We surmise that the office is of some conseque ice. J udge Gates^ Who recently died in Dayton, u>od to make about five hundred dollars a month »ut of it. It must lie held by the people of Eureka as important, or they would not tie forming clubs to l>eat a candidate, a> Mr. B-tty says they are. Men must have lit I tie to do who would turn aside from the common affairs ot everyday to enroll themselves to defeat a candi- \ date for Justice of the TVace. Mr. j Beatty evidently lalnirs under a hal lucination. The length of hi* com munication alone leads to that l>e lief. Being thus subject to alter ation, he is manifestly incompetent to he a g‘>od Justice of the Peace: ami being incompetent, the clubs have a justification ia forming against him. This is a circular ar gument, of course, for we start out by assuming the club and then at length reach the club as a conelu- ' sion. It is a sort of hoop-snake reasoning, but it is legitimate to ap ply it to a candidate for Justice of I the Peace who imagines that the peo ple are plotting against him amt vin dicates himself at the rate of a col umn and a half of small type. The chance is now that Mr. Beatty will not be elected, and candidates for the Magistracy eisewhere should take warning. There has been a fusion of Demo crats and Independents in Washoe County, and as a consequence the Democrats are soie and dissatisfied Tlie Independents gobbled ail the legislative (nominations, and the Eureka Sentinel, the second Demo cratic paper of the State, warns Democrats to bewars of Indepen- ] dents aud all fatal coalitions So far as we know, unions of parties in the minority have Dot been 'ondu- 1 cive to streugth. and have generally resulted in dessentions and ultimate defeat. Democrats and Independ- i ents tnav be drawn together by an imagined or real common interest, | or may lie temporarily united b\ the positive attraction of possible success, but they can have no polit ical sympathies in common The Iude|*endeut is a negative being, emasculated, politically, and gen erally not of such streugth of miud as to have any positive opinion. I he Democrat is exactly tue reverse. Hiweverfar he may be from the paih of truth, he trill continue to wander and boldly assert and per sestently maintain that he is right. Hence a nmon of these elements iu a campaign is quite an anomaly, and it it always brought about, it may be certain, wbeu success for either alone is reekoued among the im possibilities. Twlkd's scjoom amid tl.edelight ful scenery of Vigo Bav will be limited to tbe customary period of quarantine, when be will be sent from Corunna to Cabs and tbence to tbe United States- Tbe Spanish Government appears to be acting in good faith, having from tbe outset aided tbe Stale Department in track ingtbe fugitive. This comity re salts in a great measnre from tbe readiness with which tbe Secretaiy Seward bad Col. Arguelles surren dered for slave-trading aud embez zlement to tbe Caban authorities, (t would be better, however, to have an extradition treaty take tbe place of tbia exchange of criminals, since tbe practice is liable to abase. Mr. Charles O’Connor is said to bars made the following sugges tion to a reporter ul The New York World. “I am inclined to believe,’' said Mr. O'Connor, “ that Tweed, if brought beck, will throw up his hand and try to effect a compromise. By giving the Attorney-General a complete insight into his property, real estate, Ac., and with the consent of the Governor, an arrangement may tie made whereby the State will re eive back the money and Tweed may gain hia liberty.” Thet wem to tool the anti-Tllden wave out in Ohio, tor The Cincinnati Commercial M.va: “It »a pretty clMr ■ow that Haye* will be elected. The rvmocratlc * reform’ movement ia playing out. Tilden, as an iron* hearted reformer, does uot bear liam meriug. He got il '*n from his high financial horse upon which he had been mounted In a scientific attitude for torty years when Hendricks dia- i played to hint the importance of In- j disna. It turned out when he and j Hendricks csn.e together that he was ! the weaker vessel. His special slg- i niAcance just now Is that of the rep- I rescntative of the solid South in its ■ rush to seise the National Admlnis- j tration for jobbing purposes; and the people at large are not prepare,! ' to pay the bills of the Southern Con 1 federacy Tbedrift of public opinion '■ is unmistakably against Tilden and : solid Southern dictation in national i job work, and each day will otter new testimony of the truth.” Senator Oonkling remarked in • private conversation with the editor ot The Troy Times the other dsy: ••When I think of the record of (he I Republican party during the past 16 years, ot the great rebellion which it conquered, of the difficulties it had M meet and overcome in the work of reconstruction, I am simply a mazed at what it has done; amazed thzt it has not made more; amazed that oer statesmen have had the strength, the wisdom and the cour age to do what they have done, and to do it so well. Tnere is nothing in all history so grand a* the reoord of the Republican party." Matters of more tliau usual im portance have been considered by the Moeial Science Association whose meeting has just a journed. Every voar this society grows more successful iu handling issues in whioli the public generally is con cerned. aud which appeal to the or dinary newspaper reader—the aver age Amencau. Everybody contesses that Tildeu has bet'll steadily losing and Hayes has been steadily gaining for (he past fortnight The Democrats feel it, and doubtless many of them will say amen to an exclamation of « re spected member of their party a few days ago. " Well, if Hayes is going to be elected, I atn going to vote for him. I want to vote for the uiau who is elected ouee in my life.” The uarative of an alleged eye witness of the destruction of Gen Cus.er aud his command addsa uew element to the tale of horror by »tat lug tnat six soldiers were taken prisoners, tortured, aud burned at the stake. The story is related with appaieut sincerity, au.i bears some tuterual evtdeuce of truth. This is a ba • time for farmers and merchant? iu Cuba. The farmers i are ordered to piace most ot their [ cattle under the protection of the ! for'*, to secure them from the In surgents, unite the latter arc op j pressed with heavy taxes. In one ! instance a British firm paid tor »ar ; expenses more thau the year's profit*. 1 UK French have a name for the uiau who is always thinking of the clever things he might have said all hour or two after the opport unity lor I saying them has passed. They call | huu a staircase wit. tiov. Tltdeu Is fast proving himself a sublease poli te ia it. Field Marshal Wraugel celebrat ed tlie fiftieth anniversary of tits j eutry tuto the Prussian miliary aer vice on the 15th ult., and received 1 from the Emperor Will am a cavalry sword richly adorned with oriiliauts He was loug ago decorated wr * ill the orders lu the gill of toe F pirj. ' aud therefore tliere Was a.i ... or recognition available hut a gill ot some kind. Good syrup is mmafsotured from (be juice of watermelons in Florida. Twelve gallons ol juice yield me gallon of >yrup. and ibe proprietors of the works hope to make the ratio uiue to one, by lmproements in tbe : process Tbe aosia of tbe melons are pressed lor oil and Ibe rinds ars ! fed to cattle. Tbe Deseret News enumerates among Uiab manufactures, leather trunks, wooden trunks, Ooraets, arti ficial flowers, bwias and oilier kinds of ch«' at-, silk, tliroad ami fl taasilk. cloth and reaily mstiei'lotbiug, soap, essence ol Jamaica ginger, crackers, ink, etc. Tar San Francisco police inform Tthe i bronieie that ibe city is In fested with awMsaina who let losin «cl ves oui for hire to murder people, charging ail the way from fifty to a thousand dollars lor the performance of uie Job. • •ov, lleod. o.s was fllty-seven years old vu uu> ;ui lost. LATEST DISPATCHES. [SKXT BY TKt.KORAPH TO TRIE LYON COUNTY TIM KB.] The Hart Nate Explosion. Nkw York, September 24th — Hurlgate waa blown np at 3 o’clock to-day The ahock was -light iu New York. The explosion, as heard in New York, waa only a rumbling noise. Colonel Broapiikad is bsck from San Francisco. The King of B ivaria was 31 years old on August 95th. He lives alone in the mountains, and hardly ever travels, and he never appears in pub lic. On one occasion they illumina ted Bevruth, and after great entrea ties liis Mijesty was induced to drive through the town, but bis car riage was closed, and flic good-hu mored people saitl they were much obliged to the carri ige for show ing itself, for nobody saw the King. Bismarck’s health is letter, hut he has lieen obliged to renounce all ».nk and avoid all excitement. He | receives neither letters nor telegrams. ! All pass into the hands of his family i aud official assistants. The total amount of taxable prop erty in Eureka county, accord ng to the assessment roll. i> $3,911,630, of which $1,617,838 is in real estate anil improvements and $1,894,292 personal property. Lord John Kussel has been s mem ber of Parliament since ISIS. He entered upon his eighty-llfth year August ISth. Matt Cai pettier says Tilden will carry Wisconsin. Of course he would say so. Pometoy, the hoy mnrderpr,weighs 175 pounds sttd has a double chin. The proposed Protestant cathedral in New York is to cost #2,000,000. Boston drink 780,000 bottles of la ger beer in a day. It won want circulars, If you want hand bills. If you want envelopes, If you want business cards. If you want tasty letter-heads. If you want neat bill heads. If you want nioe visiting cards. If you want tbe best of ball works. If you want any kind ol job work, I.eave your orders at the Timks of | tiix', and you can secure them on [ stiort notice, at low rates, and in the best style. * NEW TO-DAY. For School Superintendent. El. colnon will be a candidate • brfon tha Republican Conve©turn lor tin* uomtuation for County Sup^rtutcuileut of School*. The Test Change^. Meeting of Lyon County Repub lican Central Committee. SEPTEMBER 1ITH l«T«.—Pl'RSl'AXT TO ui'tuv. the Committee met at the Poet office. lu Silver City, at J o’clock P. M Prea ent-Ur. *' Buncli.r. IV R. Kl-«. J C. Ura ber and Theo. s Daveuport Called to order b. Dr. \V. Buucber. Cbalr. man. Ou mottou, It was ttraolved. Taat ta« teat for the Prinianea be modified to read aatoilowa : •• Will you be a lejial voter at th* neat elec tit»n. aud will you vote fur the no.uiuee* of tae Republican National. State and Couut> Ticket at that time ?” There bnajt no further buaiueaa. the Loui' uut lee adteurued W. BUNOHEK. Chairman. Tnxo 8 PAvBxruKT. SevitiUry. If You Wish ▲ GOOD GLASS OF BEER* call (ur it at THE SILVER CITY BAKERY. HEOl’LAK PURE BOCA BERK ONLY ON tap Here, and pure Calturuia ^ me. W. STOCK. J. RIEM, SO. » SOUTH 0 STRUTT. VIRGINIA CITY Wbolreale and Retail Dealer In Foreign Aid Domestic Wines, Liq ■or*. Swlu Clteesc, Etc. Bonanza Hotel. M. FRETT, Proprietor. MAIN STREET, SILVER CITY. WILL COSTISl'K TO SPREAD An food a table ae can be found lu tie State. Humus are supplied antb Hue npnn. Mattreiaea. Tbs pu’ilie are Invited to (lee ns a call Dr. P. Burgi, GnUuto of >r4lr«l Col Uf(, Pkilokt-IpkU, Po. PATUUIT. El'PFLIED WITH A LX NECKS OAKY MKD1CI<.ES OSm-'YpuMO 10. Eagiu* Umm,or >1 Mr* AUUimmi'Bi 8ILYBM CITY. NKVADA _I ANDERSON & DUNNiNB, Carpenter* and Builders. tear—Eads* low, Mlaar Ottjr. Imdo U&NEEU.C vRFENTEE WORE PROMPTLY AYToRMWTO. NEW TO-DAY. Delinquent Notice. KOSSFTH MIXING COMPANY—Lor. lion of principal place of business, Han ltuu iico. California - Location of work*. I>*vir* Gate District. Lyon County, Huts of Nevada. Notice—There are delinquent upo*. the following described stin k, ou aceouut or aisees went (No. 7) levied ou the lfttli day of August. 1876, the several atnouuta set oppo site the name* of the respective sharehold ers as follows:. No. of No. of Names. Cer'te Shares. Ain't J L Armstrong, Trustee.. .2082 35 12 50 G H brads haw, Trustee. .3509 20 10 00 r Bnsac, Trustee. 36 8 45 22 60 M A Charles, Trustee, bal 1332 9* 1 75 K Cahill h Co.'Trustees.bai 605 9H 1 76 W U Craudall, Trustee.. .9692 60 25 00 WG Craudall, t rustee...Jr29 1UD 50 00 W G Craudall, Trustee.. ..9913 lwk» 500 tH' Callaghan »>uch h CO, Trueleea.1958 10 6 00 Callaghan, Lytuh h Co, Trustees.3159 60 25 00 Oaliagbsu. Lynch h Ou, Trustees.3909 100 50 00 Celiaghau. Lyruch A Co, Trustee.9429 6U0 260 U0 Cailaghau. Lynch A Co, trustee*.3424 ftUO 250 00 Cal Ugh an. Lyuih A Co. . rust"* .342 ' 600 260 00 Callsgiian. Lymh A Co, Trustees. 34*26 £00 2» 00 Cope. I nier A Co. Trus tees.3434 50 25 U0 Crocker A Guruett, Trus tees.3U30 10 5 Ut) Cixnktr A Gui nett, 'Trus ties. 3262 20 10 tO CZV*'4ur 4 V*un.rtf. 11 u» lc*v..8476 100 60 OU J W Cuppa*, e, Iru»Uv.....C*n 60 25 00 i M L Cul»r..Xsit 64 1 • it OrucuU Jt Ou, 1 CMH*fc 2<4 60 25 UU W L Oulnau. ITUMlfr .. 5W1 60 25 ilO w L Duiuau, TiumU-v- 774 5 2 ftO B iKtu^urri), lYooirf.... .*•#! 10 6 M) t, kc»Ulu, iTUoltr.214 llW 60 UU k t.|*Wiu. IruoUf. 216 ItO 6> Ou 4 Jh>|*»ielu, irUMer. Hal. . 446 14 1-2 4 l uuii, TruaU***. JvO 100 60 0U k Hsht-r, iruatn*. 205 luu 60 lb* j k tUurr, iru»u-r. Ual.... 209 10 6 00 ; t i laiier, l iuntt-f.7lM 64 2 12 K Tinner. Tru let*. <16 26 12 60 k tl2»v r, i ru»U«. Ual ....14ri 22 * 11 ~j J c J a.iatifeiHT, TraOM. . UM0 .Vo -50 00 IJ Kf Ultb)a*U. 1'rUMtrv . . . 2l*>J «>0 -5 uo ! U TT.ru m u, l niMrt . 2207 60 25 iO I Try. Nml 4 Cv, iruftrue >n-4 26 ti 5o! C k ttiruaul, lruslrr ..*705 60 16 Ou : tatrlwui, Clamey 4 Do, 1 ruaU«M .2780 36 12 60! 1 Oiatvr 4 U>, IrUalvfU. .Iu04 100 6u 0o • 1 Uiatiei 4 v O, krufttcea.. .-0.0 60 25 00 1 UtaJIrr 4 us ItU.'Irrn ..'2112 HO 5u lO X mallei 4 Cv, Uuaitt«., .8.At luO 60 lb) 1 vt lailt t 4 vo. iru>».. *...*48 60 86 00 1 V»ia*u l4 co.UUat. ta.bai 21o6 3^ 1 to. V»ii* urt.vaii.ii, iirilmtd 4 vu, »mat****. Ink . 2541 2.,l« 11 26 V*r« t lifOaUia, 11* IbUid 4 Co. l'nialrea.8592 60 25 0v v>*Tuiut r 4 Hosier. irua u**.- 8588 20 10 00 1 Hun*id. Truale*. 1 27 60 2^ vd . 1 Briaucr«, TiUlk*. 14.2 Jo 12 oil 1 HdiOrrd. irualca .2107 1 0 80 00 ! 1 !♦ dull!, lru>U*e.215*9 60 .6 00 | I vt Hill, l rufttr*.J548 100 50 uu j Hik 4 kii«c>ur. Truateua aJd! lvbi 60 UU C C Harv.y, Iru-te*.24*7 20 10 00 A Hoi ur» 4 Co. Truaue* .1720 26 lJ 6i» A Holuuea 4 Go. fru»i«•*>*, Ink . .509 8 4 00 A Holme* 4 Co. Trait***.8690 30 lu vb» JJHrJT.Trualer.UU. J8JJ 2*4 162 Uid*u*« 4 V-ViilIT uk XTua* ti«a.JfcilS ICO 80 00 4 CxUikllUK. Tru* U it J*. .V W I Uv*;uc-r it ib'urtiv, iru» tee*.25*0 30 25 00 j lik bourne. Trus tee*.2744 25 12 40 Htsimr k bourne. Trus tees. b*l.3055 3 1 30 S Hosuier A Bourne. Trus tee* .3UW 3 2 30 j Uosmer k bourne. Trus tee* . .5447 5 2 30 Hunt k Coste*. Trustees. .2044 10 3 oO C a Hopkins Tru*tee ...5104 lo 5 00 Jos L Ku»k. A Co. Trustees. bai.. 2331 23^ 11 tl T>n** Lancolu, Trustee . 1.-03 3 3 50 A H l.isssk Jr. Trustee .. .2405 luo 30 to j 4 £ Luty. Trustee.125*4 20 10 00 I M LebataiM, trustee.2t‘>l« 3<> 25 t » M Eebaurtl. Trustee.3033 10 5 0u Geo T M*r>r k sou. Trus tee* 3032 50 23 00 Geo T kUrye k Sion, Trus ts s ... . 31*6 50 23 00 M H Martin. Trustee.290ft Its* 50 00 M > Martin. Trustee.-teUS J5 lj V)! C ftloouey. bsl.2t*M 4 2 00 Huku MauUiin. l'rustre 3H5 10 5 00 j H li Noble A Go. Trustees &'J4 1(H» 60 90 | U H Noble k Co. Trustee* 1*35 5 2 30 I ti H Noble k Co.TntrtSSS.lH22 30 10 On j H H Noble A Co.Trustees.2713 100 60 On i H U Nobis k On, Trustee*^; 100 5o 00 M H Noble k Co Trustee* 2097 100 5o 09 ! H H Noble k Co.Trustees JHS* 100 60 00 ! H H Noble k Co.Trustee* 3bfc» 50 23 00 I Psrk* r k Fry. Trustee*.bsl 1 .*5H) S'* 1 ft* i Parker k HarreU.TrUStees .4lH9 25 12 50 1 EA Kn harOsou. Trustee 1387 50 25 00 I K A Kicusnlson. Trustee 3331 lo 5 so I E A iUv bsnlsou, Trustee 3t»l7 25 li 30 K A RnkafUsou. Trustee 30*3 30 15 (Hi J 11 ktussrll. Trustee 1*09 300 150 Qu 6'ummiru.nw urwairr ■ Co, InvteHi, ual 758 1 fro ; 54 huitedr 11,Hoc ksladtrr 4 Ou. irwtrta.2175 100 50 00 i (4-baited'. ll.Hi<chsUdtrr 4 Oo iru*UM *.217* 100 50 00,' 8ctomi<'d«U.UucEaladtcr 4 Co. truatrea.5206 10 5 00 ScROiliHlrll.Uct kiUiltrr 4 Oo, tnudewa.2210 5 <50 Ed ward F biuur. Iruatrr. 73 lOu 50 00 Ed waru F btonr. Tru.>!«*?, bal 123 9 4 fro Edward F Stuue. Trurtw 124 20 10 ou Edward F 8tour. Truwtrr 1J1 J0 10 0»» Edward F btonr. Truater, bal 256 24 12 CM Edward F 8toti«. Truatr* 458 200 100 OO Edward F 8t«>ue. I'n^i.r 447 100 fro uO Edward F 8tour, IriOw 845 100 fro 0U Edward F Mout mater 846 100 5*100 Edward F Stuue, 1 uatr 9«f4 50 J5 00 I Edward F Mo«ra. *1. uatar 10 frO Euward F Htuue. Truair 1646 mat 100 OU 1 uward F 8U>ur. Truatrr 1687 20 10 Ou Edward F btonr. Trustee 1714 200 100 Edward F btonr. Truatrr 1851 U fr fro Edward F blonr. Truatrr. bal 1973 | fro | Edward F Muh«, 1'rualrr. Ml Jl»n « 1 00 | Edvard F Munc. Trualrr. Ml . MM I M Kuwar. F Munr. l'ru»t< r *.«T l J Jo Edaard F Muur. Trualra iiM 40 14 00 K ward F Mona. Tr atrr 11H4 10 4 Ml Erl F Munr. Trualrr. M . *334 M 34 On Edward F Mona. Trualrr 33J* 100 40 00 Edward F Munc. Tlur'rr 3337 1.0 Ml 00 EJward F Mooa. TruaOra 3344 100 90 uu Edward V Munr. Trualrr 3343 40 34 00 Kuwa d r Munr. ruMrr 3443 40 34 011 Kd r Moor. Intotrr. Ml 3443 40 Jt 00 Edward F Mour, rruatrr 3413 100 40 Ml Edward F Mour. Trualrr 3433 100 40 Ml Edward r Mooa. Truatrw .433 1U0 40 00 Edward F Moor. Trualar iVtl 100 to UU Edward F Mour. trualrr AM 100 90 00 Edward F Moor. Trualra 3447 1U0 40 00 Edward F Mooa. T uatra 1441 400 100 03 Edw- rd F Minor. Trualra 34*3 JUO l<ai 00 Eiward F Muoa. Trualaa 34*6 300 100 00 Edaanl r Moor. Trualra.*4*7 300 1U) Ml Edward F Mona. T.ualra j*!<S SMI sto Ml Eilward r Mona Trualra 3434 400 340 Oo Edward F Moua. Trualaa 3434 4u0 340 00 Edward F Mona. Trualaa.MM 400 140 Ou Edward F Munr. Tntrlaa.HOT 4U0 300 in Edward F Munr. Trualaa.3*M 30 10 uo Edward K Mum. Trualaa 3730 100 to Ml Edward F Mona. Troataa.MI3 100 to Ml Edward F Mon*. Troaiwa 3304 100 to 00 Edward F Mnaa. Truaaaa 1*11 100 to Oo Edward r Mum. Traataa. IMS loo to uu Edward F Mooa, Troataa 1*44 10U to uu Edward F Mooa. Troataa JM7 1M 40 UO Edward F Mom, Trualaa MM 100 40 UO K Iward r Ftoua. Truaaaa 3*4» 100 40 Ou Edward r Mum, Troataa.Mil So 14 00 Edward 9 Mum. Trualaa. 1*71 40 MM Ell F Mum. Trualaa, Ml *74 HE U M Edward FSaaTrualaa 1HM 40 14 M Edward F Mom. Traataa an* 1 I at) Edward F Maoa.Trmua 3134 10 4 00 Eaward U Emm, Traataa.*134 M * Ou Edward E 8*oua, Troatra 3831 HO it CO Edward E Mom. Trwtra Wl 1 Bo Edward F Htona, ’ roatna wl-.'S 10 18 00 E I ward T Btom. Tru-taa Wit 80 1.8 00 Edward Ston* Truataa 87K1 » 11 80 C A Bahmllt. Truataa-Ml 80 18 00 C A Bchndtt. Tnpta-'.U0N 80 18 00 C A Schmitt, Truataa.1148 80 18 00 C A Bahmllt. Truataa.3380 100 80 00 TJI, Smll-T. Truataa. .. 1313 10 8 00 H H Haatt k Co. Truataa# 3117 10 10 00 H H Saott A Oo. Tmataaa 3181 10 10 00 H H Haott ft Oo. Truataa* .3893 80 18 00 C Rtarana Truataa 3MT 18 11 80 C Btarana Truata-. 3110 ICO 80 00 W Turnbull ft Co T'alaaa.lHH 80 18 00 R K Tanar, Truataa . 843 10 8 00 R E Tanar. Truataa 171 1(0 SO 00 Chartaa Vlntanl. Truataa 3»S 560 100 oo i harlaa Vlnaani. Tmataa 31*7 100 B0 00 Ch-rtaa Ttnaant. Truataa 009 loo 60 00 Chartaa Vlnaant. Truataa 010 100 So 80 Chartaa Vlnaant. Truataa 8tt 100 80 00 Chartaa Vlnaant, Truataa 1888 10 8 00 J R Wurran. Tr ataa 778 10 10 OO H P Wood Truataa b»l 1119 1 100 A Whlta. Truataa. bat 7W I6>, N 13 D H ' hit am ra 170* X I 100 00 And In aacordana* with Uw. and an ordar of tha Board of Dlraatora, mada on tha 18th day of t urfuat. 1978, ao many aharaa of aarh para. l of au< h atoak aa ma» l» naaaaaary. will ha aold at puhlla .nation, at tha nfRa* of tha Company No. 419 Calif rola atyaat. Room No 3. San Franalaao, Cal., on THI'RSDAT, tha lit .lay of Oato'urr. ITS. at tha hour of 1 o’aloak P." M of arid day to pay aatd da llnqnant ■aaaaamant tharaon, touatlnr with aoataof advartlalmi and aypauaa* of tha aala. FDWARP F STONK.Saarat-ry. ORIaa—419 Calfornla alraat. Room No. 8, San Franalaao. California. Peter Cousins OYSTER AM) f HOP HilSF, AT MLNOKTON’S SALOON. Eastern and Calif mis Oyster* served in every style. 0 MEALS TO ORDER AT ALL H*>rR9. ELDORADO SALOON. lnternati«Ml Holt I Block Souih c Str*«t. VIRGINIA^ CITY. A HOOI’KR. .... Prviprtrtor. THE most SVPIRBLV rtRNISHltD • Bit Hon.- " In th. t'nttrd st«tr«. Krrry Ouni! for Mir rqutl to *»y (lr*l rlur hou.ro. thr C<«*t H»ttlist Liqnors At reduced prices Re»ne«nU*r U»e plas and call. FKEltaIIT DELIVERY. GOLD HILL ..NEVADA ALL kinds of FreitfM coming over the V. A T. Railroad to the Gold Hill Depot. Delivered In Silver City on Rea aonable Term. Mirk Good* -CARE T G.. GOLD HILL " THOMAS GALLAGHER. WILSON A BROWN. UNDERTAKERS, 26 SOUTH B STREET, VIRGINIA. %FULL AND EI.FGAXT ASSORTMENT of t'ndertshere* Good* always on hand. CnlBM, ShrmiiU etc.,elc. Mean**-* and Car riages furnished wh-o desire*!. All charge** m. derate Alex. B. Stewart. Ornsrsist and Apothecary, MAIN STREET, **ILVKR 01 r..NKVABA. son* w. rrans, ohas. k rtuRaog . ■ . RKINMaRT. JOHN w. FIUASOW. Pearscn. Curtis & Co.. Cigar Manufacturers . ..ARP. .. Importer* of Leaf Tobacco, 30?, 311 * 313 Clay, bkt. Frost «fc llATTKKT, HAN FRANCISCO. Ripley & Haas, Rrr.iL Puuu ir Groceries, Provisions, Fruits, Vegetables, Poultry, Fish ETC.. ETC.. ETC. Nett door to WELLS. FARGO k CO. a*TGt>od* delivered free of charge to all part* of the csiu’3. LESSONS IN MUSIC. m§RS IV \ O tvssolt. W1I.L I'STRI CT 1TM a liiulte: number of pup la in Piano Mask* and Singing. The lady has had an pie experience a* teacher in the East, aud la possessed f many excellent teat-mentals. Terms reaamaMe. HKSll’K'CL. COR. 3TH k GAY STREETS. N. LARIVIERE. UNDERTAKER! A few doors below Odd Fellows' Hal , MAIN STKEFT. GOLD HILL Hearses and Carriages, r nrmaiit-d for Euu«*rala Paints, Oils Varnishes, Window Olnaa WaT Paper, .. a rpix un or.. Mill Ohomlo*l«, ....AT . lira. R. Sir war IN Urn* Starr. M. KIRK ATRICK, ATTOWM” f-AT-HW. VIRGINIA UITY.: ; : NEVADA Ammumik Notion • KOBSITH MINING 0 MPANY.-LO ratiun of priuctpel p'l oa *f buelueaa, Hau Francisco. California —1 < an >n of works, 1> Til's Gale DMrH. Lyon iou..iy. Nevada. — N»Ure Is hereby ictreu that at s inertin* of tha Board of Direct, is, hold on the Fifteenth day of uguat. 1*7*. an assessment I No. 1) of Fifty Cents per share was levied noun the capital stork <>f the rurpumttun. payable Immediately la United Matas (old coin, to the Secretary St the office of the company. No. tl( Califor nia street. Room No. 1, Ban Francisco, Cali fornia And anv stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the nine teenth (isthl day of September. 1*7*. will be deemed delinquent and will be duly advertised for sale at public auction, sad un less payment Is made before will be said or THURSDAY tbs twelfth ilMh) day of Octo ber, 1ST*, to pay delinquent amassment, to geth r with coats of advertising and expanses of aoiv By otder of the Board of Director*. EDWARD F. hTONR, Beers*ary. office—No. <1* California attest, Room Me. I, ■an Ftanetaoo, Oaltfoanla.