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CAItSON Snj4f CITY : ...July lei. 1A96 SEA! EO PROPOSALS I 'Oit TH K KRKCriO.V OF A TWO g ' " ir:ek liu'ldtngiHi the j;i-!ieaet ror :: r of :t ao Pretor steeiis. oppns.to H at. t::r;i n:'J:34, will 1 rec:v:a at tttoCar--".a CV -" .wip., Bnr. m;i t IS ! . Mi' I'se l.'.iH oi' Jul), Itl P:- an 4 v iniatio-i ar open for cxaaii-ra'.-m i I'.e ab"ve Itr:. rh- V!--mtnilte r--erf.? the n.iht . reject i!' .:r ail !.. J A CuC KLF1S. 1 CJ. tWLLSOn'. J Committee. 3tl W. P. M.1XT06H.I GOOD NEWS! L. MORRIS & CO. HAVK NOW OX HAND THE largest and lnt selected stuck of Spring and Suia-a-r SBLIX AXI .iurUVK WOJL PKPOT. DClLM i!f SOI)Ki, MTATIONKRV. Picture Frames J.' t JIj:r itiiI Mit-l. ai Instruments, Ilcs" rin.isies. Tot, CutSary. Gam. Iit. and Ammunition. A.'tt.'CT FOR Hll-l Davis Cn.'s Pianos, IWior Pr.'4. trT!ri Pianos. C.. Wol k Cn.'a Parlor Orait:. 'hr!or & Wilson's Sewing Ma- loln-.t, arvl F' flawing Machines. del: v.-r to any pan of town the Daily Ter. ritual F:it.Tpr-e, Gold 11:11 News, Virgin a C:tr vi-ai:t Chronicle, and 11 tin California a-iJ i:.it(Uii Newspapers, rutoials and Maja line. !i 'in an'l Zrpliyr Wool. Embroidery ri:m. l-nvs, l. nf Was. t:n Machine X ilr-. mi tv-Tyrcing pjr;.:i.n tol.ajte Oraau-jia' ' 'tila Work. R. FRED. BROOKS. I at ice" Kv-prs.if Dlc. n-x'. dor to Car-ew T!i !. Carson City. NeveJa. Ever witnened In thi city, which they ofter at astonishingly low prices. Ladies will find it to their interest lo call ami examine beiote pur chasing elwuer. t) NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS. myltf L. MORRIS CO. JOHN G. FOX, XJfT ROLESALK AND RETAIL MILLINERY PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION! For Lake Tahoe! STAGES KWE CAnSON CITY DAILY. I 4 : jrrival .jf lU - iUir:;i'ig t--?3-r t:a:o ir:u Vt-jiui, an t a::ive a: I i ' FASHIONABLE DRSS MAKING AMD TH Latest Style of Millinery AT MRS. ANNA S. BROOKS' BAZAaR. fRS. BltOOKS COMBINES THE jTA most Fashionable Dressmaking with the Latest Novelties iu Millinery. AGK.NT FOR BCTTRICK PATTERNS MS3. ANNA 8. BROOK?, Orson Street, opposite Rice A Peters' Broken Ofti.-. niv!6tf WALL PAPER, Of a!l styles, a Sa aul well selected sloi-i of BlnVs. Gill.-., .Sulitit.. EiiiboSseil of latt'tt partenia, and a beautiful lot of Border it match. Just r-eivert from the Kt a larg supply of the celebratetf TAUNTON SILVER PLATED WARE, of latest design. S-h'Kl sad Maqnxiucg and Stationery, Fancy (woods, .Notions. Sperting Mrtflic Book. Jfewnppers, Pirtnrcs, Toys, Cullety, Axparatu, Etc EU- Kte Eastern Papers and Magazines Received daily and furnished by subscription. Agent for Nevada tor STEIN WAY AND HAINES BROS. fm pianos, m which lio will sell at redured prices. A full line of Blank Book, at wholesale and re tail, at very low prices. Mecrschanm Pip's, Cigar Holders, Pistols and Knives, Watches, Clockp, Jewelry and DiamoudH. Watches and Jewelry repaired on short notice, iaW" Orderti ironi a distant: will ba promptly ttenaec to. jyu PI.ATFR F TM BiriPLICAX XATIOWAE. PABTT. CARSON CHEAP STORE. C: en brook House, Lske Tahoo, G1LLS0N & BAB3EH, General Merchandise, Aai agents for ta faiiowing FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES: HOME, of New York; PHCENIX, of Hartford; au.i London Assurance Corporation. Total Oar:tal ripretented by theae Companies: 820,000,000. Ca:an. Jnl 4th, 137. T. n. H 'FJE3 3. E. KELLV. Goven 8taniorc KELLY & HOFER, I'nrs'! i.a; on the Laie. i: n jr i'1'il.pj Tti 2d 6t.;- t 'r Tvu- oa 1 r.Tril I'a. i2- Kailroad. RETURNING SAME DAY: w v in".H ""k Hoi:" on th" arrival of tui Vaiwr Irom'lhw? t'ityand otuT poi'il oa .'h'L:;;. nd arr.va a: Carin C'y ia tiir.n to ..iia rt -.-!:ri th 4 r. v . ps?nt r t-a.n-i t.ir V:rj:ja t.'i:y an 1 Kea-J. .T. f I.tj : . 0.1": i .n Cjutv j.li-.;jt, i r NevlU I MESSRS. J. in Pan l':iu :.ea: BEXTOX. Tronrietnr. ! --t H. LATHAM & CO. JONES & WEISS, Co.-bet! Blork. CARSON STREET CA8S0N l.FKP CONSTANTLY O.V HAND IV an assortment of FANCY GOOOS AND JEWELRY: GLASSWARE ANO CROCKERY: STATIONERY ANO CUTLERY: CANNED GOOOS AND SPICES; CANDIES ANO NUTS; CENTS' FURNISHING QOOCS; CIGARS AhO TOBACCO. California Frit asd VrgetabldS received duly. The prop!" of C'ar.!)n will find it to their ad vantage, to buy CioodH at the Carbon Cheap Store And thereby Save Mou.y. jyll T. E. OHUROffS 0TH1NG EMPORIUM, C L H..(7nr;N-i,Ai. LIVERY STABLE Cnrmn Street. CAESOSr CITY N'ZVADA mm HOTEL! t. 'i'i't 2uni4-iifry ti"tet. eccatty J. s--.J-!f ia-r:i K'ble b-sa mi. ia; 73vtt. an t ftae y;:i a.-es are kept r r.'ij.-onn ail t.:ii' . tarriaciot ail oe. -.i-.-'..;:i on bsi. i. Charges IVIoderate. th -1st --k on t!-.e lTrs boirei 1 i.VAS f AVID. rroprietor. J:i SHERIFF'S SALE. 1 V VIRTIX OP A DEC-RUB AND j : r : ai- ineJ o:;t of :id un br the -;ai ,tf t.. Hn.r'l3 8ecoiiJ.I;idi. ia! tistnet, n na i Iir t!ia coun: of Onu-sbv, b:a:e of Jse vn. .0 a judj:i:'nt teii.icr?U taer:iu on tiit S :? jjv .iniy, A. 1. 1876, and ait.-sted on the I -Ity of iuly, A. D. 1S7S, n favnr of Ju-e-iil t :;-scr, and axiin.it iohu B. Kradicy aud ! '. ; 1. 'vr, nr th;-mii.i of !,;!, w."i":i ia-tj-; .1 , ;i .,11.11 of $I,5!) .it tin- rjiu of - p-r - ;t r '.oiitl. in it tLe J7;h d&.v !' April, J. i. I7,, tr -t r w:h tbescmo: Slo 25 costs i .ni aitora. .. fee i:i the siiiu -f S167 7 v;!ii . i:-;rc!.i thrl ; from the alh '."ay ot Jnly, 7 a "6. til! pii 1, at tu rale of lo percent, per s!i;: . liijtUer w:th ClcrkV. n.n:iiit cuol in f.r .-.:;sT -f $'j .". n.'! all ross wfcicli iiiay her-- s.:T r. all gul-i com if the l'u:ted !?tar.. ar 1 1 i::c d-r-n-ted. cniiiniBDdinq ni to .--il j-.wrdtn t the Bald real state here. Jnai' v tie, rioed to ratisfy the said jmlgment, oils Ri.".Tu:n? i'it ami inttn-K ; aad :n pnr m3 e ;Iir to, I lmve levie i upon and wiil ex po.3 a: iibiir bale, to the liih. aad befct bid der, it the Coi:rt liaasedi or iaown City, c.inalv aui Stnie a:'or-aid. on S.VTUKDAY. THZ iTli PAY OF Al til ST, A. D. 1876, b. tween tin-, hour- of 'J a. v. and h r.-oi., to wit: at o'.: o'clock r. 3f.. o much of the said real pro:e.""y ft out in xaid lwree and Order of j1j t will hatihfy the seveial above dt imuds, it to h ttien- b-, to a it: All of an iindi vid?i r.e haif interest, fihaiv, portion and es tate of. in and to !hoe certain pieces of land in Uruislir conn! c, Mate of Nevada, bomid-'d and lcm.-r:bJ as tHowi: lieninin at lOe north-1 ea't c-tTTjet oi the building known as the Warm Hpr-.ct Hotl, adioiniu and west of the Sc- Tdai.itfr'. I'iioii, theuce ruunin Routli nine. t?a ui jreen wet, U:n i limes and totty (id) tiui-,: ;:i 'n.e cortu lauty imnutes east, ten 1 10 i cUa:u and nioey ') iiuks; and thence south hevanty (7o; 1sree ea-sl, three chains (3) aud Iwcrjty-nvef J.-) iiuk to tno place ot benin.ng: wsi i-;in i.ottiuu of the southeaxt quart, i of om tton ix;tf n 1 16 1, in Township tifteen ii.il uortii of ii4Ue twenty ( JO) east, iloute Diaiilo bb aal iiieiidian, accordinK to the United B'att.i public land survey: also the muie and tiki int-.r.vt and estate iti and to that certain iksc -.f rud lyms iinuiediatly west of and adioiuin iitat Ust aiuvo deauibed, bouiuieu and de-ribed an follows: that certain piece of land. aeras:us :xiv-mx to nmy-noven feet in yr-.ais, lony roils in lensta. lyin iui- raViis'ely vest of and ail.ioini-j the Warm S-r.a.K pr-irty. and ei;cndiU4 back and south tr.is ti s it!: li'ie cf tin-r-ad from s;! C'iir s u City t'.i 21.upireCilvt via a:d U'ann Sprin.-i, t..r ; t'i a and pataiM uitn said Warm Siir:ni pruiiei ty : wiin piece of iand containing a .ju' one aire oi laun, ofinj; me fcame picco ot 1 tod conveyed by James Iujy to said .inhu B. liradi.-y ' 1 .!. R. Johnson, by deed of couiey-rj.-: ft uato liny l1. IjTT, ivconled on pane fj. 3.' 1 and ."M of Vol. fifteen of dixds of the Ortuoov i-oanfy land records. S. T. KT.UT. S-herfT. fars-ntitv.JuIylltfi.lS7r.. El urt i.ii: tiainti.Ts Attorneys. JOHN O. KEKSU '. .Proprieioi riiaiw POPlbAH PLACE OK RK JL sri, fitjai.d one and a half mile from Carson City. offr the bed: accommodation we place jf rosort :o be found iu :ae S'ate. THE HOTEL .us b?a iborouialj rsnovated and reStted, and o.) psin wm bs spared to jnske com! ortabla all suents wlio visit tin Spring. Thoj delightful SWIMJIIXB BATHS u: p.ir?. rtian:nj wafer are uniKjua'.ed in the r.iaie. JhAL,at of the lt in (he marktt, iu cia.- siyie, itimiaacu to artier. A new c.ona rd v aijon convey gnest from Carson City to the hprinffH every hour, and will call for them upun order left at ai-7 of the lio- iej3 in ttt.w.'ll. BATHS .-,0 tnii l- AKi'.. la a iiri from Spriugn.OV cents irn Itnsi lion" lilnrli, yi;t:i Kranrlfco, C'ttl. Or-le?-. f;-(i;:i thn con'itry vli.,t- cant taken in selectii'is mif by retmi esprjs. Special goods,' and sUipme.'it jyii HOTEL TO LET, Anil nofol Kuril it for Sule. rilHE r.VDKRSIb.VKO OFFERS TO X rent th j hotel property on Carson ftrtiet, Carson City, inowr as the THE ADAMS HOUSE, Making it a condition of such letting that idle nriit fcIIk the furniture and fli-iDHof the nme, which are offered at a very reasonable figuro for cash. This hotel is centrally bituated and en joys a remunerative patronage. The Furniture in all the departments of the building, bedroom, kitchen, dining room and bar is plentiful and iu good repair. For term, etc., iu.juire on th premises of MKU. lil.LKN K. ADAAIS, Proprietress. July 11. litTri. THE ONLY ONE PRICE CLOTHING STC.1E In Carson City. F U A Tf K BOSKOWITZ'S, ' r' r.-v.-. rr riai.. ; " WATER ! WATER ! aW: CAKMO.V WATER COMPANY are prepared to lurniNU Hotels, Biuineas Housin and Families with an ABUNDANT SUPPLY OF WATER FOR all vm. With a pnw.iro added that renders it an almost sure protection from tire. TERM K UKO.VABI.li. RICE, HELM CO.. jyll Proprietors. STAInEO SUSS FOR CM'JnCH At tUe Paciiic Glas Works. 1! Fremont street. San FiHiicixco. JOHN HALLUX Proprietor Glaws CattinR. Btainius. l'!tilislii an 1 De Binit!!; iu all its branches. Bending cf tiiass a specialty. jyll O. S. MOTT, Corner of Carson and Kin? streets, Dealer in Cigars and Tobacco One Bit Cigars a Specially. I have constantly oa hand the Finest Braxd of J:norted Cigars, at the old Corner opposite tue state Capitol. jyll CAPITOL STORE. REINSTEIN & GIBSON, nui.Kus ix Groceries, Provisions, Crockery. Hardware, Tin ware, (ilxsg, Pamts, Oils, Tobacco, Cigars. Etc., Etc.. Corner King and Ormsby sts., Carson City, ev jyii FLINN & TQWLE, Choice Family Groceries. Crockery, Fruits Vegetables, Etc., ktc, Carson anil Corner of Teleraph Xevaula. ata. (arson, jyii T. D. EDWARDS, Attorney mttl C'oiinoelor i t I.uu . Carson City. y-v. Will practice in all the Courts of this Htaie. Having mi a.--soi-iato Attorney at Washington, especial attention will be given to obtaining patents to public lauds and mines, as well as suits and bushies. .general,? before the Depart ments. . . " . ' t . jyll M. A. MURPHY, ATTORNEY ANO C8UNSELL0R-AT-LAW, Will practice in all Courts. Federal and State: pays particular attention to procuring minerel and agricultural laud-s. Oflire: Aurora, Fsni fejytl a Ida Co., Xev, I.. M. WOO!'... .I. H. 'A3IKK. Wood, Carder & Cq., DKhERS IN PI UMTIRK, BED ding, loungos. Etc. Mattnsses on bnd and made to order. All kinds cf repairing done reasonably. Wareraoms WILLIAM PATTERSON, Attorn ayat-Law, C -.! ,-y l! -s (; i: Cay, NeT. Opposite V. S. , , Mint, Carson City. jyt George W. Kitzmeyer, . IIRAI.K1'. I Eastern anil California Furniture, Beddins and all kinds of T'pUolsti riiig, at the lowest rates. C ci v?' Carsi.n on 1 T. '.'M.'.li jvets. Whe, in the aeoyoiDy of Prcvi4eace, this land was to bo purged of huinca slavery, and when the strength of the Government of the people, by the people for the people was to be demonstrated, the Republican parry earn into pewer. IU deeds have passed into history, and we look back to them with prida, incited by their memories and high aims for the good of our country and mankind. And looking to the future with unfaltering courage, hope and pur pose, we, the representatives of the party in na tional convention assembled, make the follow ing declaration ef principles : Fire: The United States of America is a na tion and not a league, and by the combined workings of National and State Governments wider their respective Constitutions the rights of every citizen are secured at home and pro tected abroad, and the common welfare pro moted. Second The Republican party has preserved these government to the hundredth anniversary of the nation's birth, and they are now embodi ments of the great truths spokon at its cradle that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalien ablo rights, among which are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness; that for the attain ment of these cuds governments have been iu stitntcd among men, deriving their just powers from tii consent of the governed, and until these truths are cheerfully obeyed, or, if needed, to be vigorously enforced, the work of the Ke publican party is unfinished. Third The permanent paoiiication of the Southern section of the Union, and the com plete protection of its citizens in the free en joyment of all their rights, are duties to which the Republican party stands sacredly pledged. The power to provide for the enforcement of the principles embodied, if the recent constitu tional amendment is vested by these amend ments in the Congress of tho United States and all declare it so to be the solemn obliga tion of the Legislative and Executive Depart, mcnts of the Government is to put intoimmedi. ate and vigorous exercise all the constitutional powers for rumoring any just causes of discon tent on the part of any class and for securing to ever American citizen complete liberty and exact equality in the exorcise of civil, political aud public rights. To this end we imperatively demand a Congiess aud a Chief Executive whose courage and fidelity to those duties shall not falter until th?se results are placed beyond dis pute or rcdai!. Fourth In the first Act of Congress signed by President Grant tho National Ciov- eranieat sought to remove any doubts of its duties to discharge al! just obligations to public creditors, and solemnly pledged its faith to make provision at the earliest possible period for the redemption of L'uitd Status notes iu coin. (Cheers.) Commercial prosperity, public morals and the national credit now demand that this premiss be ful filled by a continuous and steady progress to specie pay mints. Fifth I ndrr the Constitution, thj Tresi- dent and hesds of depaitnieuts are to make nominations for office, tiie Senato is to advise and consent to the appointments, and the House of Representatives is to accuse and prosecute faithless officers, llie best interests of the public service demand that these ditinctioDs fhal! be respected, and that Sena and Rep resentatives, who miy be judges and accusers, should not dictate appointments to otiiees. T!: invariable rule for fppointnienl should have reference i3 the honesty, Sduiity and ca pacity of the appointees, giving to the party in power those places whire the harmony and vis;or of t!i Administration requires its policy iu be leprueuntad, but permitting all others to ba nlied by persons selected with sole reference to eiliciency of public service, aad the light of all citizens to share in the honor of rendeiiog faithful service to their country. Sixth We rejoice at the quickened conscience of the people concerning political affairs, snd will hold all public oiiice.-s to a rigid responsi- j bi iiiy, and euga-te that the nrosecuti" .n and puuuiinieut of all who betray oilicial trusts shall be speedy, thorough and unsparicg. Seventh The public school sytieni of the sjvcial Stales is the bulwark of the American nation and tun Ktpubiie,ud,with a view loits security aud perwanenee, we recommend an amendment to the Constitution of the l iuieil States forbidding she application of any public funds or property for the benefit of any schools or institutions under sectarian control. In response to repeated calls, Genera! IIsw- lej read this plank a second time, and the dele gates and the audience repeated their cheers J Eighth The revenue necessary for current expenditures and the obligation, of the Pablic debt must be largely derived from duties on importations, which, so far as possible, should be adjusted to promote the interest of Amtricau labor and advance the prosperity f the whole country. Muitii We rcamrm our opposition to further grams of public lands to corporations and monopclios, aud demand that the national do. main be devoted to free homesfor the people. Tenth It is the imperative duty of the Gov. eminent so to modify the existing treaties with European Governments that the same protec tion shall be afforded to the naturalized Ameri can citizen that is given to the native-born citi. sen: thai ail necessary Hws should be passed to protect iuimigrauts, in the absence of power in the State for that purpose. Eleventh It is the immediate duty of Con gress to fully investigate the effect of the im migration and importation of Mongolians upon the moral and material interests of the country. Applause. Twelfth The fiepublicsu party recognizes, with approval, the snbstantialadvance recently made toward the establishment of equal rights for women, by the many important amendments effected by Kepublican Leglislatares in the laws which coneern the personal and property relations of wives, mothers and widows, and by the appointment aud election of women to the supn'inteudeucy of institutions of educa tion, charity and other public trusts. The honest demands of this class of citizens for ad ditional l ights and privileges and immunities should be treated with respectful consideration, Applause. Thirteenth The Constitution confers upon Congress sovereign power over the Territories the United States for their government, and n the exercise of this power it is the right aud the duty of Congress to prohibit and extirpate n the Territories, that relic tif barbarism, polygamy ; and we demand such legislation as hull secure this end and the supremacy of in-rican institutions in all our Territories. I'oiutcciiili The pledges which the cation has given to our soldiers and sailors must be fulfilled. This (neat people will always hold those who periled their lives for their country's preservation in the kindest remembrance. Fifteenth We sincerely deprecate all sec tional feeling aud tendencies, and we, there fore, ncde with deep solicitude that the Demo- puriy y'tais, as its t hief linpe of success, a the leeieral veto ef aaiis Somth. mini tfcremth tat eaert ef taese wrs recently arrayed agaias the aeries, aad we ia vsk ths earnest atteansa ef the eeaatry te the grave truth that the aceeeet thus achieved weald rcopea acecieaal strife aad iaaacril the national honor aad aaaaaa rights. Sixtceath Wa eharge the Oeaaeeratic party with being the suae ia character aad spirit as when it sympathised with trraaea; with mak ing its control of the Honse of Representatives the trinmph and the oppertanity ef the nation's recent toes; with reasserting and applauding at the National Capitol the sentiments of nnr repentant rebellion; with sending Unien sol diers to the wail and promoting Confederate soldiers to the front; with deliberately propos ing to repudiate the plighted faith of the Gov ernment: with being equally false aad imbecile in oveishadowing the ends of justice by its par tisan mismanagement and obstruction of inves tigation; with proving itself throngh the period of its ascendency in the Lower House of Con gress, utcerly incompetent to administer the Government, and we warn the country against trusting a party thus alike unworthy, recreant and incapable. Seventeenth The National Administration merits commendttioa for its honorable work in the management of domestic and foreign aft' lira, and President Grant deserves the continued aad hearty gratitude of the American people for his patriotism and bis immense serrioes in war and In Feace. Eesnlttd, That we present as our candidates for President and Vice President ef the United States, two distinguished atatesmcn of eminent ability and character, and conspicuously fitted for those two high offices, and we confidently appeal to the American people to intrust the administration of their public affairs to Ruther ford B. Hayes and William A. Wheeler. I TO THE CRFSnTOHATE QftalW KBMarJM I M Kecara ataae Saa rraaeiase. JaetabUaaed ta IMe, fee ahc treatment ef Sexaal aad aWaaiael Vaaeeaea cwea as aenerrhea. Sleet, Strietare, typhiUa SB a its fereaa, Seaaiaal Wcakaeca, Tsaeeteacr, sea. Ski a disease ef years staadiag aad Meeaattea Lege easecssf ally treated. enaimal Weaknesc Seaiiaa amission, the eeaseejaeaee af aatf. abase: This solitary vioe, or depraved a real indulgence, is practiced by the yenth ef beak sexes to an almost unlimited extent, predneaag with unerring certainty, the following traia ef morbid symptom, unless cent bated by idea ti ne medical measures, vis: Sallow eeaaten ance, dark spots under the eyes, pain ia the head, ringing in the ears, noise like the rastUag of leaves and rattling of chariots, aaeaeiaeaa abont the loins, weakness of the limbs, eeafn sed vision, blunted intellect, less ef ceaadeaee, diffidence in approaching strangers, a dislike ta form nsw acquaintances, disposition te seen society, loss of memory, hectic flushes, pimple and varicus eruptions about the face, for red teffue, fetid breath, coughs, ceasamptioai, night sweats, monomania aud f reqaeat ineaaity . If relief be not obtained, should apply inune diateir either in person or by letter, and have a cure effected by his new and aeientific mode of treating this disease, which never fails ef ei. fecting a qnick and radical cure. CLTtKO AT nOME. Persons at a distance may be CCBaVD AT HOME, by addressing a letter to DR. GIBBON, stating case, symptoms, length of time the die ease has continued, and have medicine prompt, ly forwarded, free from damage and cariosity, to any part of the country, with full and plain directions. By inserting Ten Dollars rein, in registered letter, through the Poetoflee er through Wells, Fargo k Co.; a package of medi cine will be forwarded to any part of the Union, Correspondent will please inform Dr.Gibbea that they read his advertisementsintheArrsAX. Address, DR. J. F. GIBBON. ectl-ly Box 1967. Ban rraaoieee. Joint Time Table. yiRBINIA AND TRUCK BE AND CENTRAL PAOIFIC. mprfss KROM S.'.M KRANCWCO. iOWT rim tabu.. axptuua FBOM Tia!Xli CJTT. .r 11. . Careen. Arrive i.3o a. at.:;. .Virginia. . Leave, 9.18 a. M i .Gold Hill.!' 8.40 a. it. ij Mound H'se I Dep'rt a.ftOI " : A Arrive 17.35 1 16.40 a 16.15 l!....KeBO...!) '4.10 a. m. ..Truckee...;:' ,'.U5 p.m. Sacramento ' ! 6.10 p. n.ii.. Yallejo Leave 1 4.00 v. M.:San Fran'co.iArr've j 7 JO V. K. 7.13 p. .v. 17.4a r. v. IS.25J " ! 8.401 " 9.31 p. If, 10.05 t " li.00 M. 6.3U a. ar. 9.10 a. M. 11.10 a.v. V. and T. Time. C. P. Time. and Pin ner on Boat from San Francisc:, rrcnktJi.t at Carson, goiue Fast Breakfast on Boat from Vallejo, going West. Sf.EEPIJf'l CAR daily between Carson and Va!!. jo. H. M. TERIXGTOX, General Supt. V. k T. K, E. A. N. TOWJiE. 'nyf General Sunt. C. P. R. B. ALT A CONSOLIDATED GOLD AXD Silver Mining Company. Location ef principal place of business, Carson City, Ne vada. Location of work. Pyramid Lake Min ing District, Washoe County, Nevada. Xotice is hereby given that there are delinquent upon the following described Cupitsl Stock of the Company, ou account-of assessment No. 4 levied March, 1S7C, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, Xcmes. Shares. S T Hwitt teoj I. N Snyder lOOtt A J Hbiuiuoh lot1 Aiex McDuairv e ltKiO Also delinquent on assessment No April, 1S70. Xames- L N Snvdet S T Swift J W Nelson WiuPMarkJey... A J Hampton.... X Perci val L Hopper Alex MePnarry.. T H Wells J Ainiot fehsres. ...1000 ...lOHO ... t'WP, ...1000 ...ltK'O . . . ioo ...ico ..1006 ...WOO . .. Ul'J And on assessment 7e, i levied Mny, 187C. Am. 15 O'l 11 fill 7 id 15 00 7 .t 15 00 15 90 15 CO 15 110 ." 00 15 eo 15 U Names. Shares. T H Wells XeOO Via M Fenton icoo Jas Ami jt son S T Swift. J W Nelson..- 510 Wm Coleman ...luOO X S Moody 1000 Win P Marklty 100a A J Hampton.... low N Percival looo I. Hopper li;O0 Alex McDuaray lOt'O And in accordance with law and an order of the Board of Trustees mad on the 10th day of 5!3v, 1876, so many sbsres o each parcel of such stock as may bo c-cessiu.vv.nl be sgld at pulili auction, at the office of the Secretary, in H. C. McLonhlin's jewelry store, in tiie Adams House. Carson street, (.'arson City. r7e vada.onthe Eleventh (11) day of J t'LY, 187ri, at the hour of 12 m. of said day, to psy said de linquent assessment tht reon, together with costs of advertising aud expenses of the sale JOHN K. KI.V, Secretary. Carson City, June 1K70. ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS REWARD Jl OR AN INCURABLB CAB. Dr. La Rlchan's X tOLDRN BALSAM After ten years of trial en this eeast, has proved itself the enly curativo in certain class ctf diseases pronounced by medical practitioners a incurable. Or. Le KIchau's Golden Balaam No. I Cures Chsncras, first and second stages; Seres on the Legs or Body, Sore Ears, Eyes, Knee, etc. copper-colored Blotches. Syphilitlo Catarrh, Disesstd Scalp, and all the primary ferns cf the disease known as Syphilis. Price, $4 pet come, or two ior 'J, Or. Le Ricban'a Golden Balaam No. Cures Tertiary, Mercurial, Syphilitic Rheuma tism. Bains in the Bones, Back ef the Neck. Ulcerated Sore Throat, Syohilltic Rash, I amp and Contracted Cords, Stiffness of; he Limbe, and eradicates all diseases from the system, whether caused by iodisretion or abuse of mercury leaving the blood pure and healthy. Price, (5 per bottle, or two for 19. Or. Le Richan'e Golden Span lest Antidote, For the cure of Gonorrhea, Gleet, Irrieeaen, Gravel, and all Urinary or Genital disarrange ment. Price, tt to par bottle. ' Dr. Lo KIchau's Golden Spanish lnjeetion. A wash and Injection f.r severe caaea of Oeci orrhea, Inflammatory Gleet, Stricture, and all diseases of the Sidneys aud Bladder. Price, $1 50 per bottle. Also, Ajrenta for Dr. La Rlciiaa'a Golden Pills. Fer Seminal Weakness, Night Emissions, Im potency, and all diseases arising from Mastur bation and excessive abuses. Price per bottle. The genuine Golden Balsam is put up only in round bottle. On receipt of price, these medicines will be sent to all parts of the country, ny express or mail, securely packed, and free from observation. Hole Agents. C. F. P.ICHAUDS & CO., wholesale and retail drug gists and chemiots. southwest corner of Clay and Sansome streets, San Francisco California. anglO-ly X , PPLICATION PO A PATENT. To the NORTH CARSHS MINE. No. 30:. V. S. Loud Office, C' son City, Nevada, Msrch 2)d, is.7,. Notice is hereby given that the North ('arson Milvmi Mini Compast, by its amir riiod agent A. S. Goixn, whose pest Amt. office address is Carson Ci'y, Nevada, has this 15 00 day hied its application for a patent fer Fif- 15 00 teen Hundred linear feet of the North Carsou 7 60 Mine or vein bearing gold and silver, with 15 00 surface ground six hundred feet in width, 15 00 situate, lying and being ia Kaglc and Washed 15 SO Valley Mining District, County of Ormsby. 15 00 and ttate of Nevada, and known and desis- 15 00 rated by the field notes and ofhcinl plat on file IS 60 in this ofti. as Lot Xo. 49, in Towntbin It. 7 50 I north Rente twenty east of Monte Diablo me ridian, ths exterior boundaries of said Lot No. 4!) being as follows, to-wit: Variation, IS 26' esst Commencing at Post No. I, at 8. J. cornec of the claim, on the southern slope of the mountain, from which point the section corner post at the S. E. corner of Section 31, T. 18 N.. K. 20 E., M. 1). Id. bears S. 0 30' E. 147 feet distant, and the Aug staff on the dome of the State Capitol t Carson eity bears S. 5" 6' i... and running X. 45 45' E. 1,500 feet to Post No. 2: thence N. 14 li' W. 00 feet to Post No. f : them e S. 45c45 W. 1.500 feet to Post Xo. 4: tbeni-e 8. W 15' E, Boo feet to place of begin cms. com r 1 1; i eg Jo.ii'i-loo acres. This claim is bn'ind'd by pa other known mines or mining clajniH. 'i he location of this mine is duly re corded in the Recorder's Otlic of Eagle and Wsr.hon viiy Mining District at Carson City. Nevada, m llook A of folio 192. Any and all persons micg adversely any portion of said North Carson Mine or said mining ground as hereinbefore ileAcTibed,re required to tile their adverse claim with the ltegisterof the Uni'eit States Land Of.ice, at Carson City, in the State of Nevada, during the sixty days period of pub lication hereof, or they will be barred by virtu of tho provisions of the statute. A. WAITZ, Register. T. D. Edwards, Attorney. nih'.'S imt. 15 00 15 CO 15 00 15 00 levied STATE PRISON BOQT AND SHOE FACTORY A Ml'PEKIOK ARTILCfc OK Heavy Bocts and Shoes .For Male, al the. STATE'S PRISON CARSON, NEVADA. The attention of the trade is specially invite to the above goods. Orders promptly execute noi3-tf P. C. HYMAN. Warden. Richard Mills, Carson at., opposite sit. Charles Hole fKAl.HK IS Stoves, Pumps and Tinware, Hooting. PLUMBING, CAS FITTING AND WELL CORING WORK DOXS TO ORDER. lam now sinking wells, and have b'.vn v. ry successful in obtaining go:d rtowiiiJ water. work of Isning and casing wells is partic ularly solicited just at APPLICATION FOR P A T K N T. Notice No. 315, United States Survey No. Sit. United States Land Office, Carson City, Ne vada, May itith, JK7S.. Notice is hereby given that the AlliKS AND HOPKINS SII.VK.1 MIX ING COMPANY, a corporation duly incorpi rated under and by virtne ef the laws of the State ef California, having ita principal plac of bu-ines in the city of Sau Irancisco, State, of Ctliio.iuU ha this day by A. E. Goold, its attorney in fact and agent (whose PostOfBie address is Carson City, Nevada), made applica tion for s r.nited States patent for fifteen huu oredl.5091 linear fort of tho Williams Lode, Learia; gold and silver quartz and ether min erals of prn ious metals, together with surfac ground six hundred itiOO) feet in width, fer the convenient working thereof: siiuate in the tag l and Washoe Valley Mining District, Ormsby county, and State of Nevada, known and desig nated on the field notes and official plat as United States survey or lot Ne. 3. in Section 2i, Township 15 north ef range 19 cast, Monte Di able meridian: the exterior boundaries of said lot No. 3'. being as follows, to wit: Beginning at post mamed Ne. 1, U. 8. Survey No. St), whence th southwest corner of Section 36, Township 15 north of rsnge IS east, hear south 76 22' west, HW5 6-10 feet; the Avers and Hop kins Silver il iiiing Company ' cabi a liears r.oi tli 80 '.c west. 6S0 feet, and the discovery and work ing cut and tunnel npeu this mine bears north 2" 20' cast. Via tect; tnence running arst course. north 15 H west 1.500 feet t pi marked No. i U. H. Survey no. 3:: theuce second iurse, nerth 74 east tslu (ret to pest marked Ne. 3 C.8 Sur vey" No. !': theuce third . onrse, south 15. v east l.otw leei lo pusi inararu .". i.a.nnrviy Xo: 39; thence lourth course south 7lcwst feet to pott No. 1, the place ot tieginmug, containing 20 CC-U'O acres; b arings expreseil lroai the true meridian wi'.n a magnetic vii na tion of lf!?4east. This claim was located un der the tibiue of the Williams Mining Claim and survey made to accord therewith. Tho workings aud improvements ou this mine con sist of an open cut oil Jeet long, 2 feet wide and to feet cl-t p. anil a tmm I rim in tiie inn irom the face of said cut a distance of 32 feet, ex ceeding iSlW iu value. This i lniiu isboiindid northerly by the Avers Consolidated .Silver alin ing Company's claim: Komucrly ''.V the Loittta Company s naiiiti'j ciiuni. the sai l nuuirg .luim iti. in ri-conleri in the iifticr of the 1- coraerof Oiimsliy touniv ift,nil, iu voluuin A, folio Any and all persons cJuiming any portion of said Avers and Hopkins Silver Min ing Company's claim arc required to tile their adverse claim with the Registered tho Lulled Mates Laud Otlice ut Carbon City, Nevada, dur in" the six'.y 'lav 'leriod of publication, or they will )w. barred hi vi.-t'ic i the oiovisions .f tJiSitatiltJ. i.oi;. i7j A. AH -, neei.r.