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-W KDKE9IU Y-OCT. «*. IW irmUHl B. 1AYBB, p,1W COUNTY YYCtKT. TBIO. S. DAVENPORT. MIL D. WRIGHT, & KENNEDY. C. CLEAVER. * ROBERT A. COOK. J. D. SIMS. RXOSOI W. KEITH. CHARLES F. BRANT. PARK BARNES. ■ ORATIO C. LINCOLN. BOO G* McKENZIE. Clm* Tam.) OBO. W. BPRRIER. BAMPiLBILDINE. — . - - - ‘ - « CHARLES H. 8TBOMAN. THOS. r!°hTwKIN8. tar Mali TMm: •Uaar CNF. _ 7A8. M. McOINNIS, PATRICK BENRT, H- J. T. 8CHEEL M?L*JOHNSON, S. L. ROBINSON L. A. GUILD. T. WOOSTELL, R. 9. RAW, L. LAMB. VOC OoBlUbifS: ■n,City. ' DaytoB. J W. MILLER, M. W. STILES, Far JtaOca at IN Faara : ■IvarOUy. Dajtoe. A. TAIT. M. c. HICKEY. TT 11) Oratral CommUtaa. J. R. SHAW. W. R. KING. PRANK KENTON. PATRICK HENRY. R. S. RAW. upubuca* BimnaunorT. Sntroi Qum of Hew Hem atite says, la a late speech: * Oa the let day of Matwh, IMS, three days before General Grant waa inaugurated, tha public debt incurred in puttiag down the rebellion and ■aviac *hs Union waa $3,8?5,463, 360 01. On the tat day of August, 1879, the tame debt was only $3,098, 301,911 08. “ In the seven years aad five months $437,191,948 98 have been paid, or more than oae-aUth part of the en tire debt. “This is at the rate of $88,330,000 I annually since General Grant became President; at the average rate of $M*M0$ (NT rnoath or $188,330 per day. Yea, tha debt hm been re daeed at tha average rate per day of $138,300 everyday for 3,708 days. This fact speaks volumes for the Ad ■ialalialiiia. aad will silence a thou sand falsehood* of the corruption aad extraragsaoe of the Republican patty. “On the 1st dsy of Jnly, 1868, the Interest on the public debt was $140,431,046 71. On the 1st dsy of July, 1878, eight years later, the in terest on the public debt was $100, 343-371 33, or $40,300,000 less than eight yean before. “To* total aggregate aaving oj interest to the people for the eight jean, in conaequeuce of the reduc 1 tion of the debt and funding a large portion of the remainder at a lower rate of interest, U about $900,000,000. It strikes me that here is 'something the people ought to be th >n t for, and that they will desire to continue this kind of reform. “ When it is remembered that this great redaction of the debt, and con sequent reduction of the interest, has taken place nnder a large reduction of taxes, the facta become marvelous indeed. Every year since the close of the war the Republican party has largely reduced the taxra, just as fast as the credit of the country and the necessary actual expena-a of the Government would permit." Btttxas' official majority io Ohio ie 9,999. _ Viosa newspapers report that the ex-Sultan Murad V. died on the 7th. George Heinrich Perti, the Ger man historian, died at Munich on the 10th, age l 81 years. Tax house of Mendelssh'>n at Leipsic, has been so restored that it is now substantially at the great composer left it Taxes are paid in Paris on 112 000 dog*. It i* estimated that there arc at least 40,00 dig* in the city on which no tax is paid, so that there are about 180,000 dogs in the city. Tax Spanish Government hat ap pointed General Martinex-Campoa aa commander-in-chief of the array in Cuba, He will sail soon with a squadron of five men-of-war and several transports with troops. Tax works for the exhibition of 1878 in the Champ de Mars, Paris, are being pushed forward with great activity. The ground is almost in closed, and the railings along certain avenues have been fixed. Ia connection with the revision of the Methodist Episcopal hymn book, communications hare boen in vited by the Revising Committee in Vtfaieooe to objectionable hymns in the present collection, worthless hymns, hymns damaged by injudi cious alterations and good hymns not now in the hymn-book. Tn Central American Union is Mill only n splendid phantom. The prospects of the scheme are, how ever, improved by its popularity in Guatemala, where recently Deputy Barruadia concluded au eloquent oration with an earneet wish that the tve States would form another re public like that of Washington or William Tell. Being the lerghatand mom powerful of the tve Republics, Guatemala can contribute greatly to euooem of the project. Tmu the exh'bit made by our Gove re meat at Philadelphia is not perhaps what our vast resources would hum base tf Congress bad not beau la too great haste to maks a reputation /or economy that woul I outlast the campaign, it is neverthe less pronounced by a correspondent “tbs mom ropplam and satisfactory display of the whole exhibition.* To ||R attained this result with limited dmeee is to ham dmgyga well of the | A Stag* Kshhsc RM. Rum, Odikmii, October A*.— As the Shasta sad Wenvervills stage was smiting down the mountain about thirteen miles north of this pines this afternoon a highwayman suddenly jumped from behind a bush, covering Wells, Fargo ft Co.’s messenger, John McNemer, with n shotgun, before he could make any resistance, and demanded Wells, Fargo ft Co’s treasure box, which be was forced to band over. The robber started for the brush with his booty and ordered the driver to drive on. At soon as they were out of sight of the robber, McNemer jumped trom the stage, ran beck, got on the robber’s track and followed him n short distance, where he found him taking the treasure from the box, which he bail already broken epaa with n pick. McNemer fired at him and knocked him over. He Jumped up and ran n abort distance, when McNemer gave him the con* tents of the other barrel, killing him instantly. He recovered nil the treasure, bringing it safely here. He left the dead roblier at the Tower House, where the Coroner has gone to hold an inquest. It is about aix rears ainoe the Count too Arnim incurred Prince Bismarck's displeasure. He era* then Embassador at Paris, and aought to encourage the Legitimists as well as to foster ill will between Franoe and Italy. This policy did not suit Prince Bismarck, wh» w tab ad to maintain tbe Republic in Franoe in order that aha might re main without alliee. It was likewise the Prince's design to prevent a rupture between Prance and Italy, foreseeing that it wouilf inevitably itivolve Germany in war. Abhougb Prince Bismarck complained uil terly at tbe time ot this in.ractabie Embassador, tbe Emperor retained him three years longer at Paris. Since his recall he has had little peace. He was arbitrarily arrested, then driven into exile, and lastly convicted for high treason. It is now stated that his title and proba bly bis pro erty hsv» been forfeited by his conviction. Seldom has hostility boen pushed to such ex tremes between modern statesmen. Politics lu >ew lurk. A dispatch from New York says: “Mr. Blaine speaks tumugiiout New York State dunug the afternoon and evening from now till the election. He is received with great enthusiasm. At ButTii" 30.000 people turned out to hear him. A large nuinla-r ol visitors called at the r-»»uis of the KepuMic.in Committee mi Saturday: among them were cx-Governor Mor gau. General Banks. ex-Governor X yes, Sherman Rogers, Colonel George Fliedly (Chairman of the In diana Sute Committee I, Major Paug hoiirne of Xew Jersey, and Amos Townsend, mis of the newly elected Onio Congressmen. The committee uas been kept buav preparing for the last two weeks of (he Campaign, Slid in receiving calls from campaign speakers wi n are seeking new fields of work east or west. The comments at the Republican headquarters con tinue to be favorable to the action of Grant, in declaring martial law iu South Carolina. At the Democratic headquartera, at the Everett House, on Friday there was no noted activity Tilden, as usual, and Lieutenant Goveruor D-irsheimer, ex Lieutenant Governor Beach and Hon. Benjamin A. Wells were aw >ug the visitors. An Old Torture Revived. A correspondent of The Load »n Timm, who has lieen traveling in Bosnia, saw at several of the mili tary stations occupied by the Turku, sharp pointed sticks about twenty feet high. On inquiring what they were intended for, he was told tlmt they were used for imp.diug the Christian insurgents of Bosnia. He describes thu process thus: ' Do your readers understand what mi paling means! The victim's hand* and feet being fastened, he i* raised aloft and dropped in a sitting pos ture upon the pom ted stake, which iethbs driven into bit bxly. There he is left to writhe 10 agony till death pats an end to bit angui*h, which happen* on the average, at the end of about two days. If hit powers of endurance is good, he may linger for three daya." A more horrible punishment neve/' was invented by the cruelty of man. The writer says he saw with his own eye* a body thus impaled. There ia no other process by which the agony of a sufferer can be prolonged to the same extant, not even by ctudiction. Tbe writer says be feels mare sym pathy fur the impaled Chriatiens of Bosnia then be doe* for tbe ineuffer eble prigs at home who have been exhorting with damnable iteration “to keep our mind* in a state of phil oe iphical repose " InvxuKSTino to Lamb*.—Mrs. M. P. Maguire will open a large stock of millinery and ladies' goods gen erally during the remaining daya of this week, at tbe corner of C end ; Union streets, Virginia—Frederick'* building. ^ Bauurtt. tie Defhnlter. 8am Feamchoo. Oct. **•—Tb* «* amination cfH.C. BmnMt, u-f* skn agent, °*lo?k this P. M, before U- ® doner O'Brien, but the bc^wnc continued for two mwtorjtoenmb e bis council to examine bi» ncoounte and papers. The 'WMrr**} °*J which Bennett wm ^ brought from Colorado Territory charged him with embwtllng tome $33,700 while acting aa C. B.jienaioo agent in thi. city H»* bail to ap. poar before the Commissioner has bean fixed at 110.00#, n default of which he will be lodged in jaii. a0*Fbr Gen fa Furnishing Goods try Bnown A Co*. 27 South C street, Virginia City. NEW TO-DAY. nwiriru amass. ■ Itror TOTEMS nxoisTEMEn von 1 A it, puml Or lk«. Taanday. JioTamber ». ine. Hirer City Vraelact. lyeo eoaaty. Ar^ete William UBidnma IWJi Pert nr Aadr-w Vtam I* AaaonWtlliaaaJ'iorth Aahew iu»*_ anwtruaa William Anarll Trane te A beta Bi|ry Ajlwiitl B*ch$nl AlkiDMHi WiliUuB Anirfi David John Bvnry Auifttwt’lHt AllkaaCba-lcs dam ntoB Alls John Walaon Aad.-frou J<dM AsaraJohii Aimed Je«erb Tenner Almerd Manuel P AP- ' I H up Wetter Allen J.'hn W.ele\ _ AhIf.saJ.hB tuul Hannan Ar am* Se tenon..I Andrew Hieanen Alexa der Jam K Becker I'laW Benmsta Gilbert Baaiuaa Mmrtch Blair Saiaoel J Bruns JoU bnjdbeud Wil tarn Br wn Harry Haary Barnard LamanWeba tar Benaoer Frrdrtrh B. I. JJ... 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Noticn^-Objecthci* to tfa* right to rot* no tb* part of a> y pon* lagiatrmd •• *f,ir***ld will b* I*r*tv*jr until * o'clock r. ■*”■ *fa* fourth day pr*noo* lo th* day “f,1,a'Mcn,1 All p<tuooa who** oam*amay fa**rw»*o«*ly rntcrJd lo tfa* aboru Hot am pf§r tl my oA>'b iimI barr at® h mwr nor* rected J. P OOCLD. Kli*rj w nrr of uobtwp ***** ok the I A oflrUI Repels* 'or Eureka Mill Ft* cinct. Lyoo County. NrTsda. for the general election November T. l»it: Bowen Darid Kln| WllllamB Helen Phillip J LtoJu Joha U Brnder John Ly»dn John B Bred John MeMod Kenneth Create Elht McCarthy John Copeland The. .aa MurnanMkha.1 iVpeland 'aibaniel Moore Thomaa cuddy Wm T Hclalq i* T . Chiu Cornellua McLain Joseph J Charchill Riley T Mailer Fred Calvert Thoe D MeCrimmoa John Calhoun Geo * K«h Mkhael CammlnpThumas Nolan James Clevrent Looto OGare Jainea De St Err Eugene O-Garm James lindev Mkhael Pnmone Lewk C Driscoll John Purkrr Richard Denney Claborn Rrgnn Domnkk Iklaney John Rohrs Harman Dempsev Mania Roach Garret FuleyPa trick Reccord (harks G Foster William Rn«y Peter P sler Stewart Kkhuda Albert Fall to Charles Smith lmk» T Daniel 5^ MkhL Glynn Martin •***•■• Mkhael Hichrock Ersatna K Small Henry C Hanley Daakl Sweeney Stiomon Holden Ren hen Treeber Bl> Hickey Mhhnei Wntsoe Wm xaKs.t Bsurn Rack Herman I hereby give notice that I will leceire ob jections to (he right to rot* on the part of any person here registered aaUl six (SI o'clock r. ■ on the fourth day previous to the day of election. Any person whose name to erroae oualy entered la this llat will call at my odkt and have the same corrected WILLIAM R. KING. Register Agent. Eureka Mill PrectacL Lyon County. Neveds. ■ 1ST ur REGISTERED VOTEB OF Id -utr-Pteciu i. Ly-ui County. Kerwla: Alerechi Fra at lawrence K Banks Josep- V Lamb Leri Bs-iiau Fr-nk Laaghlm Henry B stiaa rhomaa I* by Daniel Biggs James Leary • aeiri Bishop Uenr< Leslie George Bluett John Lovenng John Bree.. Richard Lucha s»ac Byrnes John long John K Cut Mathew Maurice Sfpbsa (Wasy John Msahaa John GombeUkk Haary Mtdgely George Combelllck John MaU*a NkhoUa Coombs Thomaa Mcteaghlia J K Oo mbs William Ne* Unmet C Cooney Men in Prcotu T E t ouaey. Peter Rammelkamp G a Cribble* John R«w Hob* 18 Crowley Caleb J MwMbua Wm H Ooz rhomas H RedSmrai George Dihbk J C h harts Willi,m Dnwnally (harks SokuJ Darid Donnelly Wm A Rowland Robert Abner Mathew Seal < hrtstian Farrell Thomas tueuge Peter* Flak Ale zander Menken, william Ftnkanucel U Saif lean John FuemaaHanryL Salto Adolph Ouweu Jr John Jttoeox Thomm GriMa John F Jan Reck A B Oral am David _ TVewtun Fiwnk Hsrria William 0 phis * Ullam Hermle Charles Welch Junea Hueklas william Wetok Jobs Ktltoy Mkhael White Mkhael Kline John Wgetell Thomaa Notka ip hunhy glean that I will revise Mthp right m eoas. on tbn put of on tba above llat aif natil • o'clock r n. an thn lanrth day proekna tu the day af akedan. I gnlro. No*. Get. W.1SIS. SNvtrrNtte Bank Ctapaay or aav rmiVGuoo. Oi—I A— Vhpat, 1—1 VIROINIA PITY. NEVADA. ft H■ l|ii-1 -• Ik* e n* at M BUI. Mbw Otty. Dayan. dam. lam. An, Wsdewntlk. Ilka. BanIHea, etaatla aad KOTIOB and atari ee. 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