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<Frl<Iuy.July 3#. 4IH84*. DELINQUENT NOTICE. NAMES. Allen, AD. BUEBA SILVER M1X!N0 COMP AST. Location of principal place of business, f>-n ^Francisco, California; location of V\ orks, llnui li»ldt county, Nevada- * NOTICE.—There ore delinquent, upon the (following described stock, on account of assess ment No, 10, levied on the 20 day of Mat, 18,9, ■the several amounts set opposite the names of 'Ahe respective shareholders, as follows: . no. no. CERT. SHARES. . 100 Allen, AI). ~ 1(*> -Allen, AD. 8 IdO Allen, AD. ® 1®® Alhn, AD.. 1® 1<»> Forbes. Clias. trustee.202 9020 fleisse, Geo F.100 1000 ‘Geisse, GeoF....—..102 1000 ‘■Geisse Geo F...104 10'X) * Geisse, Geo F.105 1000 •Geisse, Geo F. .110 100 •Geisse, Geo F...Ill 100 •Geisse, Geo V. 112 100 Halsey, A. trustee.125 100 Halsey, A. trustee. 126 100 Halsev, A. trustee.183 1000 •Hall Charles, trustees..228 500 Johnson, Mrs. A! J.177 7000 Kroner, I* H.206 1000 Kroner, P H, trustee.210 1000 Kroner, I* H, trustee.211 1000 Kroner, P 11, trustee.212 1000 Kroner, P 1), trustee.213 1000 Kroner, P H, trustee.215 510 Kraner, PH. trustee.210 6020 Kroner,-PH, trustee.225 1000 Kinkead, Mrs Lizzie F-113 1000 Kelly, JLE. 70 500 Kelly, JLE.71 500 Kelly, <1 L K. 72 500 Kelly, JLE. 74 1060 Kelly, JLE.170 250 K:iox,C C.117 500 Knox,*C C.118 500 Knox, CC.119 500 Knox.CC.120 500 'Kinkead, J II.224 100 Martinez, R trustee....... 150 500 Martinez, 1! trustee.151 500 Martinez, R trustee.152 500 Martinez. K trustee.153 500 Martinez, R trustee.154 500 Martinez, R trustee.155 500 Martinez, It trustee........ 156 500 Martinez, R trustee.......157 500 Owen, 'das. K...203 250 Preston, A B.166 506 Preston, A T>....167 500 Turner, Robert.222 250 'Wheeler. F. I).171 1000 White’.y.Thos. Co.trusteesl95 500 Whitelv.Thos. Co. trusteeslOH 5oO Whiteiy.Thos. Co.trusteeslS7 600 Whitoly.Thes. Co.trusteesl9S 500 And in accordance with law, and an order of ’the Board of Directors, made on the With day of May, 1.379, so many shares of each parcel of such stock as may he necessary, will he soid at public auction at the office of the company. "No. 112 Montgomery street. San Francisco, Cali fornia, on TUESDAY, the 22d day of JULY, • 879, at the hour ot 2 o clock r. m. of sairl day, ‘to pay delinquent assessment*; thereon, together with osst« of advertising and expenses of the •ale. ABRAHAM KAI.SEY, Secretary'. AM T « 6 00 6 00 (■ 00 6 00 6 00 577 20 60 00 60 00 60 00 •60 00 6 00 6 00 6 00 6 00 6 00 60 00 SO 00 420 00 60 00 60 00 CO 00 60 00 60 00 20 60 SOI 20 60 00 60 00 30 00 80 00 80 00 60 00 15 00 80 00 30 00 30 00 30 00 6 00 30 00 30 00 30 00 30 60 150 NO 24) 00 SO 00 30 00 15 00 30 00 30 00 15 00 60 GO 30 00 30 06 30 00 30 00 TOfiTPBVKHEXT TTjo sale of delinquent stock of the above named Company is hereby postponed until 'THURSDAY, August 21, 1879, at the same hour «.nJ place. Bv order of the Board of Directors. ABRAHAM HALSEY, Secretary. -postponement. The sale of delinquent stock of the above named Company is hereir’ postponed until MONDAY, October 2f)th, 1S79, at the same 'heir and place. By order of the Board of *6ir4K',Wr8> ABRAHAM HALSEY, Secretory. rOSTI’hHdHAl. The sale of delinquent stock of the above ’named Company is hereby postponed until TRIDAY, December 19th, 1S79, at the same "hour and place. By order of the Board of Di rectors. ABRAHAM HALSEY, Secretary. POSl*OVF.tlK\T. The sale of delinquent stock of the above named Company is hereby postponed until TUESDAY. February 17th, 1880, at the same hour and place. By order of the Board of Di rectors. ABRAHAM HALSEY, Secretory. ptwTHoNKimvr. The sab: of delinquent stock of the above "named Company is hereby postponed until "SATURDAY, April 17th. 1880, at t.he same hour •and place. Rv order of tbe Board of Directors. ABRAHAM HALSEY, Secretary TOSTl'OMflfAT. The an’-' of delinquent stock of the above ’name I Company is hereby postponed until WEDNESDAY, June Id, 1880, at the same hour and place. Bv ordi r of the Board of Directors. ABRAHAM HALSEY, SecteUry. rosrroMUKNT, Tho sain of delinquent stock of the above v&mcd Company is hereby jiostponed until ■MONDAY, Atnjust Itith, 1S80, at the same hour •am! place. I5r order of the Hoard of Directors. ABRAHAM HALSEY, Secretary. jy24-td-jel8-td si hi: iliur. ton Conulis 1'olik Consumption, lid nil lUseitHCH ol‘ Tliroat anti Lungs. 1AWREME & MARTIN, 111 Mnttisoia Street, riiicaie. SSoJe Apents U. S. ami Canada Importers ef WINKS, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. •ur jnU bv Dru^uitta and Dealers everywhere. jXl-vodLy « DR. SPINNEY, NO. II KEARNY STREET, Treats All -Chronic and ftpcrljiJ Dl nemetu V O 1 N G MEN WHO MAY BE SUFFERING FROM THE affects of youthful follies or indiscretion, will do well to avail themselves of this, the greatest boon ever laid at the altar of suffering humani ty. OR. SPINNEY will guarantee to forf»:t $30* for every ease of Seminal Weakness or pri vate disease of any kind or character which he undertakes and fails to cure. MIDIILIsHRlI) MEN. There are many i t the age of thirty to sixty who arc troubled with too frequent evacuations of the bladder, often accompanied with a slight smarting or burning sensation and a weakening of the system in a manner the patient can not account for. On examining the urinary depos its a ropy sediment will often he found. and sometimes small particles of albumen will ap pear, or the color will be of a this uiilkish hue, again changing to a dark and torpid appear ance. There are many men who die of this dif ficulty, ignorant of the cause, which is the sec ond stage of seminal weakness. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect cure in nil such cases, and a healthy restoration of the genito-urinary or gans. Office Hours—10 to 4 aind 6 to 8. Sundays, fi am 10 to 11 a. m. Consultation free. Thor ough examination and advice, 85. Call or address l»K. SPINNEY A tO., No. 11 Kearifyjstreet, San Francisco. P. S.—For Private Wseascs of short stand ing, a full course of medicines, sufficient for a cure, with all instructions, will be sent to any address on receipt of 810. jy6-tf T II E GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY Is a never -failing Cure foe Nervous Debility, Exhausted Vitality, Semina] Weakness, Sperma torrhoea, LOST MANHOOD. Ira potescy, Paralysis, and all the terrible effects of self-abuse, Youthful Follies, and Excesses in Maturer years — .assitude, Nocturnal Emission, Aversion to Society, Dimness of Vis ion, Noises in the Head, the vital fluid passing unobserved in the urine, and many other di seases that lead to insanity and dearth. • DIC. MINTIE will agree to forfeit I'ivr Humlrcfl Dollars for a ease of this kind the VITAL RESTORATIVE (under his special advice and treatment) will not cure, or for any thing impure or injurious found in it. DK. MINTIE treats all Private Diseases success fully without mercury. Consultation Free. Thorough examination and advice, including analysis of urine, 85 Od. Price of Yltnl Re storative, 83 00 a bottle; or four times the quantity, 810 00; sent to any address upon re ceipt of price, or C. O. I)., secure from observa tion, and in private name if desired, bv A. E. MINTIE, M. D.. II Kearney Street, San Francisco, Cal. DK. MI NT IE’S KIDNEY REMEDY. NEPHRETI4TM, cures all kinds of Kidney and Bladder Complaints, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Leucorrhoea. For sale by all druggists; 81 00 a bottle, six bottles for 85 00. DK. MINTIE'!* DANDELION FILLS are the beet and cheapest DYSPEPSIA arid BILIOI'S cure in the market. For sale by alt Druggists. d27-ly Notice of Assessment BULLION OF PARADISE MINING COMP’Y. Location of principal place of but.vncss, Par adise Valley, Nev. Location of works, Mount Rose Mining District, Humboldt County, Ne vada. Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Trustees of said Company, held on the 22<1 day of -dune, 1880, an assessment (No. 1) of five cents per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable imme diately, in United States gold coin, to the Sec retary, at the office of the Company, Kemler's Building, Paradise, Nev. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on Wednesday, the twenty eighth (28th) day of July, 1880, will be delin quent, and be advertised for sale at puhlie auc tion; and unless payment is made before, will be sold on WEDNESDAY, the eighteenth (lift'll) day of August, 1880, to pay the delinquent as sessment, together with costs of advertising ami expenses of the saie. By order of the Board of Trustees. A. W. SIEGEL, Secretary. Office m Chas. Kemler’s Building, Paradise Val ley, Humboldt County, Nev. je2S-td NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the State of Nevada, in and for the County of Humboldt, *n the matter of the es tate of RICHARD STAPLETON, deceased— Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, Administrator of the estate of Richard Sta pleton, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having chums against the said deceased, to exhibit the same, with the necessary "vouch ers, within four months, after the first publica tion of this notice, to the said Administrator, at his office, on Main street, Wianemncca, Humboldt County, State of Nevada. M. OPPKNHEYM, Public Administrator. Winremuecft, Nev., June 'SU, 1880. itn F. & A. M. Stated communications ol Winneinueea'/odg-e, No. 19, K. A. A M., will be belt! at their Kali in Staunton’s new building on Saturday evening, July 17. Saturday evening, August 14. Saturday evening, September 11. Saturday evening, October lfl Saturday evening, November 18. Saturday evening, December 11. All Master Masons in good standlngara cordially ins ited to attend. ALEX WISE, W. M. J E. Sabinb, Secretary. . lEtiTIBOLI>T L<NOfiE, MO. Hi I. O.O. F. REGULAR MEETINGS every Thursday Evening at their Wall in Staunton's new building at *gj until further notice UERT). HIED, N. O. J. E. Sabins Secretary. ESTRAV NOTICE! A Mack Mare Mnie, about four years old, branded with a horse’s bead on the li lt hip, weight ulKiut «50 or 700 pounds, and with small saddle marks on its back, came Into my inrlos ure last June. The owner is requested to prove property, pay charges and take the animal away. T. LAY. taolconda, July 2S.Jsal iy29 2w , THE SILVER STATE, THE SILVER STATE BOOK, JOB AND NEWSPAPER PRINTING OFFICE, w * \ \ i: n i ( c i, r. x \ i» a THE SILVER STATE Is published every evening:, except Sunday, and has a general and extensive circulation among mining and business jteople, and its columns will be replete with the current news of the day; and all matters «.f interest transpir ing in every section of the countrv, and all im portant events that may happen throughout the whole world, will be chronicled and DAILY GIVEN TO OUR READERS. « All matters pertaining to the interest ar,id welfare of the State will be dispassionately dis cussed and their merits advocated lor the gen eral good of the whole people. T1m> Mining nml Agricultural Interests of Humboldt Count} Win receive o«r especial attention, and tjie ad vaneement of everything in those particidar departments will be earmetly advocated. Thf Utral Itrimrlmrnt Of the Silve* State will -embrace a fuK and faithful accouwt of the happenings of tie; town and it* surroundings, and will contain a-careful resume of everything that tnav be interesting to the reading public THE SILVER STATE 1.1S THE BEST AMt K4MT KFIfiHAT 1111)11 11 For Mining, Business and all other ADVERT -I- S I A ti JOB W O R h : 07 EVERY DEM RUT JON, from the Largest Roster —To TTIS most nnuiu < ir», ^(‘fulfil nlft »«lnni» nml JtNjuii/'h. BUSINESS MEN, PROFESSION AL MEN, AND PRACTICAL MEN, Will please take notice rtf what is raid aho*’e t a X 1111.1 4 C O. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM. The Democrats of the United States in Con vention assembled declare: First—We pledge ourselves anew in the Con stitutional doctrines amt traditions of the Dern , oeratic party • n« illustrated by the teachings and example of a long line of Democratic states men and patriots, and embodied in the plat form of the last National Convention ot the parte. Second—Opposition to the centralization and that dangerous spirit of encroachment which tends to consolidate the powers of the Depart ments in one, and thus create—whatever the forms of government—a real despotism; ro sumptuary laws; separation of church and State, for the good of each; common schools, fostered and protected. Third— Home rule; the strict maintenance of tlx* public faith. State and National bom. t mon ey. i onsisting of gold and silver und paper con vertible into coin on demand; a tariff for reve nue only. Fourth The subordination of the military t > theviv il power, and a general ami thorough re from of tlie civil sen ice. Fifth The right of a free 1'allot, as the right preservative of all rights, must ami shall lie maintained in every part of the United .States. Sixth The existing Administration, repre sentative of conspiracy only, ami its claim of right to surround ballot boxes with trooj ^ and Deputy Marshals to intimidate- and obstruct elections, and the unprecedented use of the veto to maintain its corrupt and despotic power in sults tlie people and imperils their institutions. Seventh The great fraud of IsTti, by which, upon a false count of the Electoral vote of two States, the candidate defeated at tlie polls was declared to be President, and for the lirst tici • in American history the will of the people wes set aside under a threat of military violence, struck a deadly bU/w at our system of repie.v n tative government. The Democratic party, to preserve the country from the horrors of a civil war. submitted for tlie time in Die firm and patriotic faith that the people would punish this crime in 1K80. This issue precedes and dwarfs every other. It imposes a more sac-red duty upon the people of the l nion than ever befere addressed tine conscience of tree men. Eighth—-We execrate the course of this Ad ministration in making place for political crime, ard demand a reform by statute which slial! make it. forever impossible for a defeated can didate to make bis way to the feet of a usurper by billeting villains upon the people. ‘Ninth—Toe resolution of Samuel J. Tildon not again to la: a candidate for election to tt f exalted place to which he was elected by a ma jority of his country men. and from which he was excluded by the leaders of the Republican party, is received by tin: Democrats of the United States with sensibility, and they declare their confidence In his wisdom, patriotism and integrity, which have resisted the assaults of the common svnciny: and they further assure him that lie i» followed into the retirement lie has chosen for himself l>y the sympathy and respect of his fellow-citizens, who regard him as one w ho, by elevating tlie standards of morali ty and adorning anil purifying the puhli- ser vice, merits the lasting gratitude of iiis country and hi> party. Tenth—Free ships and a lb vug chance for American commerce on the seas und on the land; bo discrimination In fawor ot transporta tion lines, corporations or rm nopoli -s. Eleventh—The amendment of tin Burlin game treaty; no more Chinese imimerati. n, ■except for travel, education and foreign com merce, and therein carefully guarded. Twelfth—PubHc money and public credit for public purposes solely, and the public lands fui actual settlers. Thirteenth—The Democratic party is the friend of labor and the laboring man, and pledges itself to protect him ulike against the cormorant and tin- commune. 'Fourteenth—We congratulate the country upon the honesty and thrift of the Democratic Congress, which lias redneed the public expen diture #40,000,000* year,and upon tlie continu ation of prosperity at Inane ami the national honor abroad, ami above all upon the promise of such a change iu the administration of She Government as shall insure genuine and lasting reform in every department of the public ser vice. S A I> » L £ K Y, IIAKXESS .... iVO_ BOOT AND SJIOE STORK, Bridge Mrccl, tViiiiicnnsera, N<Mmla, M. ( A eu- lirw.k HitMing.) B. SYU VIO\ has constantly on hand a large assortment erf *1! kinds of Saddles, II am esc, 3 t. •Spanish and Acnsi lean Hits, C i -O M. It. NT AI NTOl MANOKACTlIir.S Till: ITKKNT BOOTS, llninil or Flat bridles, Cinches, Sock skins, Sheep skins,Alum and I,aee Leather, Haw Hides, Heins, Kail garoo Heins, - at • Saddle-trees, yutek’sHoatfa*, Hackamores, All styles of -o- \\ hiplashoa, M. B. STAVNTON, Bridles, Whipstocks. P LOIVKHT I’KIttS. -O 8 i -o » i-r, — AND — IHitVKSA HAUL 12, 41ruli;e Sfrest, U'initemuffn, KltADi -« rt-E Hoots, Kinds of UiiifK.vW litys, Hiding \\ hips Blanket sheets ior Horses, IIoods and Hogg) Holms, Lap lloltos, General As sortment uf Gloves, Best Brands of ail 3 3 3 » Ladies Calf, K’Balrnorala, Misses’ Calf Balmorals. Hutton and Children's Leather Shoes for sal” at the lowest cash made to other for all prices S'ix’en. Misses of all kinds price. Boots from Sll to •WO per pvr. ih pairing in the Huddle< Huniess and Boot Itepurtment prompt!) at tended to. at prices to suit the tiines. Boots ol the Lest l mods sold rs cheap an an) w here ori t.he Pacific Slope. \o light dress dim s foi lisdios kept in stick. ,M. li. STAI NTO.\. ill 7f-tf WINNKML'CCA ¥ h O I It I \ V. M ILLS, CHARLES KEMLEK, l’rojiriutor. IIak Hit 8 Ecru a, Family Extra, ant Family Fi.oi't Tile bent quality rff (. K h 2! A *1 FLO IK.: Mat!c from Superior Wheat. Mi:J)I>UN(iS, BRAN AM) NITORTS At Wholes*).1 only. ii It O I N 5) IS A K If E Y For Salt, or QrerenU to wrdvr tor Customer*. Orders troui f broad ‘lllnl riomjiilj « -AC/.’l' -ti !>LATFOK!*l AM) K)M)MTIOK* Adopted by the Xevndrt IteBiecraUe M ite I'ouventloUi May 27, 1XHO. The Democracy of Nevada, by their rep re scntiitivcH in convention assembled, resolve— First—AVe aflii in our devot'o.i to the Union deprecate all sectionalism: hold the Hcpablioui party responsible for ail the agitation of dead issues, and retard the preservation of local self government as necessary to the perpetuation of the Republic. ‘ Second We declare that fondnsr the li id'n" issues of th campaign arc ttie vindication cf the right <>t the people to seif government, the condemnation of the crimes « rainsfc the l allot j committed four yean* ago resistance to itui-c nalisiii. the maintenance of the n served rights t * the Stales ami opposition to Chinese immi gration. Third That we are iiMjimiidedfy opposed to Cl in Immigration to ti.isiMi.niivyand pledge ourselves to Use ell lawful means to prohibit it. even though it invoh.s the abrogation of tie Worlingame Treatv; that there is no hop': for relief from this senile immigration eoouiye. v.'nich degrades the dignity of labor, lowers iho standard of morality and menace* our civ ilizn tion ■ ■ ept through tin election of a l>cuio cratie i’rcsideiit; tli, t w c condemn and de nounce in the strongest terms the veto of the bill limiting; the Chinese immigration to tins count.v. ip.ur.n That the drift, of the Republican party towards an empir through the oppress ivc e< ncantration < f capital, is an outrage upon the tnoxets and an insult to tin men who carry the guns in defense of <.ur liberi es. Fifth—That wo regard with alarm the doc trines of centralization recently announced by the Republican majority of th -Supreme Court of the thiitcd States/ a-, having been made in the inter si of party, and is intended to blot nut the lust v esrJ'_c ’of State right*and change the hcdei'd Ulii ri to at’ Umpire. Sixth I hat the labor of a country is its rap ital, end deserve? the proto-tio; and guardian "hip of ear fi ivernments State and Federal. Se-enth That wc favor the maintenance of the public schools — the hope and pride ot u free St,Vo. Ki/bth That all pup rtv sivocild hear ifs just proportion of taxation; and we favor tlie envjiiucnt of such lav s as will accomplish tim end. Ninth That w ■ favor foie mptal prntecMon of th<' n^hts i f labor and capital under just laws. ;,i r la beat hi" the burdens tutd iucraudn£ r,lK advantages mf tin. w.e l.injr people. Tenth That *>e claim as i room'd the powers -es> rved to tit ti •. the !■;,):* to |«n* at any Veti - by thi it isyfislatures, laws to present common carrier- fr-,in making unjust dincriiui .is,’ions a^'iiiie-' per.-, i.s and places; and we ree. mtncinl tli t• >n« \ ( r. ..ntioMi to take action in accordance with the ton-going resolu tion enth- That the 1'innf* inev demand free and bur elections, and to that vtal detiounce all lnterforcr.ee virh . ' ..in by tiie military (teaerr; that the csperte:i«e >-f this nial other i ijiti k s lias abui il proved that the pr< e ) eu i o? tro< ps at t'» nobs ei de-tructiv t of the i frcedi»tn of elections, . . i! IS incompatible aitl* ti»e e .interne • 1 fre redjfoitiotis; that wo pledge our can es endeavors to uphnldinsr a e «t*su of unti. i.itt.v livI suffrage. absolutely free from l'edere.1 f ree and ;<n| ervisiom 1 fvelhh- Th« doi 'tee promulgated hr tfie leaders of the Kepi'.dimn party, that a stronu and eantralimf t’mvcnituwt is wntiil to the main tern, nee ar-1 ,«r;*e*' itv of American insti tutions, is a doctrine inn.gen.us to*he lit ertii s •A tlu people. destiuetive of the right of l.x-aJ wilf-govci nnu nt. ardanust eventually termin ate ni anarchy .>iid iupicriuliKiu. Thirteenth That to I a meetstet- > ppcc all fa». orifiMii end • l isa icgi-iatii n; no sinirle inter eat or class of per *e» should lie protected at th<- • -rpcm-e of • tneia. Fourteenth That *x are opposed to the so ral'dl Utw Mini g law reel mounded hy the 1'iiblic Ijuid C ni mission, and regard the name as destruetiv r.f die irreut industry of •■ur i State Th'i m‘ ,i r should l>- permitted to fo! low his lisle in the dip «larevcr it may go That we - e als » >|*i 'oesi to the so . ailed 1'iibhr l.iviid I .aw .V s laoeudeil In the Public Land Ci I’.imissioe, and regard it as an innovation • n the ale lent 1 icu.oeratie d » irn- first the public domain should t,c preserved to mtlu- home* tor the rar mle. r if teem n we n«ir>;iri' i me (fient train! r.r I « hii-11 I.’. K KuWm ..oil \V. A Win tier hub | made i’r.'.-.il-; * arid \ i.« President <f the j l'nited SIand tiie •;»!•* } •< If h«J runditUtt-, Sumit 1 J. I’iHt n r.rd Thomas A. Heintriek-. COtUltnl it; t hut r>iii ill It i lii.ej u ,Millet riitl Utx.Tty mill jM.pulur Rovr’hiucnt should never be ft>r/ * < n nr ootid mil. Sixteenth That v i -irm t rmr Delrtjaten to tie Coweii'ii ri to HM.-I ;.t Cineimtuti to vote j for rJie retntiui of t ie time-hojiored "tm I thirds' rule,” in m minatlng euitdidateK for ' President I \ if I’ri ileiif Seventeenth Thttr ne heartilv pledge our support to the eritulidate.i of the ( im Ifinati 1 Cot vi ntl'n ux well a-to the nondmiie of tt,e Nevada iHiroerutie Stati ('onvtiitioti. .1. ('. HAfiKliMAN, Chairman. This wlibk.y luiN l etn distilled front fctin-tlv •wlectud irniln, and from it.-* »sro and |*urlty ! (tainod itH well-known reputation. If in » tpe ' rior to cnv (t’l- r brand* in tltu market rot 1 medicinal and family u.<e. >■ KKINIIAKT A (JO.. ,f«’ 10 S< !<• A (tifs, Winncmareu, Nov. Mill SE»Al>i ?: AfcESiV ! The folk.wlnjr I'ldly inporn will tic bvert-4 ! in tow*n or lorwjrc »1 (o the country ivory niorniri;:, on tin r.mvul of tin »iitirs at the i rate of Tt* only *tn < ( o'lii* (tir ttew-t.: i ^nn I'ranciann Cltroni -!e, •Sir Srtwtwiai o M< mom ^>T3, San i'lRiiici* m IrUlrttlhl, Sexamonto I lea, Sv-iiunento NVeord-l o.toti, A trt.tt. 11 Chronicle, O')', i Hill New \ Tt-rritovlul Vliik-Tprvte. Any Book, Novel, Story 1’hjkt, Victorial or Maya/io/j, published < ither in Kurnpo or Anton ca, if not on Imnti, M ill be furnialtod •n.t abort notice at'llio rcjrnlar price*. c. CHKNOWCTU.Swii Ajr»t. »V itmeiuueca, ilry> It. lr*M Of