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13 N DAT AKil ST 4. 1H7 PAHTY I'SAOKS, ET( rhit)n ini ir.M ire knowi. lwtter iy their in (.ivca ai.i reults than l. any name that . h. ,iPit; I thrH. The J-nt.rprU aeeks r!i,vj it.- ilutiMri-loudud l " i8itMn of tho mien f unpop'iLirity by .U iiyiii that it !4(r name m "The Crawl d Plan." Well; impose we call it tho D.iSK t Plan? V'ould Vtxt make it any more aoct t.iblol The same vjctioii8 apply whether v. aijroc tu invoke M i- latent malignancy of r il factions insido M'.o party by entering upon many-sided cam f.iiin whoso contests woulu be in the nature ." a civil-war, to determine tho Gubernatorial :in lid.icy, fta if we submitted the whole ticket !: such a trying and perilous ordeal. Parti- ,i:.hip is parti.a.ihip, whether the ii.me is in v 'ced in the name of one interest or many. I'i Paio'ett plan is in all respects as vicious i. he Crawford plan; and between tho two "re is a distinction without a difference. W irn ready ti admit with anybody who ..ses to set up tlio claim, that the Guber ( i'iri.il niU'it)uti'i exceeds in importance tho ; i;;--.fi.n, let us sav, for example, of the nom ., :'..-m for Attorney (ieneral. lut there the ";i-i :rt.u(ce ends. A r.mi.iuhitf for the Gub e"i:i.loiial iioii)uiatin is of no greater rolative np-Ttance th-tn a candidate for the nomina- u to the torr.ey tJeiieralship. One Ue- pV'lican ha is immI a ri;ht. to have a fair 1 fr M pr.-ti.':it,".t.iMii and advancement of aj,i. ;t:o'ia .is another Our coTiventinn M!:tf;.i ' its the o ereignty and ilide ..'..:i of tin- ..unties. It is upon the vote i-. .!: .1'mI coiist- jueti'V of tliivvariouconn- lh.it the tlieorv of o:r present ei invention -.s ri rests. To ud..pt the La'ett plan is i : ; r;I t'ns wel! -r imled, satisfact'.ry and V' rioi li pi i; .me! ignore and degrade the toi. -in 1 ci.oi.'. of tin? counties. What is !nto:n! T!.e St.tte Central Committee, -...i.iu! . it uresent.itives from the various 5oa, file the tests, makes the better ap ; li'.l inuielits ;nid avt.r.ies tii "tiier prelum :tr;..M for holding the State Cnuvciitiris. I.iil .Yon tin e iniiuei-v: i;i! the (' i l-t :e have ..i iie.l their ovu' plan.- f'-r s.!e-ti)i-,' t!.e iie'- ' i ... i to fli.it Convention. Peop'e iu ' i , nu'itA w'i:eh hav le. i ned to them bv l- 'M. Ti- re is a jM-rs-m.il phase of this tpiestion il win.se liaeussjin e ave soitiowlmt :. .i-jtl. t' lt it. were wiser and more loyal ,.u:i i.i.tt ton an! tin- party to sink all n'tch is : N i tnats schemes it ijrievances, fa ii f-i'laoies. ciyiiM to sviiipu'liy i r eajiae--t.,- '.! sli.irp ri p.oti.e u.uie "f thi e havi .uiv j.:st pl-ie. iii a .lisci'ssioii vsliose declared o :i .: is tlie la si coui si? and jioliey of the i. ' ns seem 'i s;ive life .uid triitli t onr :' . '-.I'.uis o'' loyalty to the jmrty by doin-f .t.i: . ivi-!.': tliat which promises t be ;"oi r -. ! e--est and best mtiuvst's. fet us avoid iii i .- n ilbhi reheme.i wliow irmiectlUoii would ' ni .i'iy manner invito tile j'ouioeraoy to ana i lie 1 of ni.-il'-voieucc to the rlames of rival ry. I he old j. lull, the one which wit! prevail u' the revolutionary method proposed by the Kitt-i-j.-rise is not adopted, sanctioned as that pi. in e ..s been by years of usage and experi- -nee, promises the least jMssible irritation and j. .'M.iiiihium of outside interference. No party .si. iti'ord to have the merits of its candi dates publicly iliscussed. eoinparef and an- as they inevitably would bo whenever in "lames of rival aspirants are thurst upon tie mi face of a jolitieal canvass iu the maii :n r suggested by tho Enterprise. Jf, as that p .pvr suggests, the party is set to fighting over tjiia Gubernatorial candidacy at the pnm.u ics, is there not grave danger that the lighting qualities of the Rejiublieaus of the S:nV might le exhausted upon one another !.-!.-:.! t)iev were summoned to confront, the ver'iii il elltUll", NdTAHLE DK VT1IS. The e.ible an'iotiiiees the death of Michael I tees.-, the noted millionaire, at Carlsbad, t i i-iii.sny. I :. is also announced thftt Col. I'.ill P.ell, t.V- i.iie-armed t.'a'.ifornia politician, died in "an Fr-ineisco day In-fore yesterday. An Ai vrisniK. Tkmi -The Elko Imlf ! ,,. '- tit te!ls the following: Thiol. gh advices from Toano. we leant of tlie im iirbions of an iuiecuiiious tramj, in the. vu-imtv of Otego. Having prosi iccted the oe.ili!v the ei-vetoi's tender-fixit insinuated b.mse.lf into the section house, and was re warded for his skill and lalmr by th discovery of so.-, ,,, u,,m anij some Chinese artillery, which v.ero ajmrojiriated to Lis own usi and fvuqo.H's. The theft being shortly after dis covered, however, the thief was overhauled and taken to Toano, where a little legal sua indnced him to disgorge. Whether the des j.oiled Ci-lesti.-d has profited by the capture of th thief, is not, however, stated. lIiiin wY Robbkjiv. -Say the Reno 7zetf of August I : ' A lad named Charley Davis, who resides in Virginiu City, and has been rusticating at the Jess brothers' ranch on Truokee Meadows for the jiast. two weeks, met with a severe snd painful accident yesterday. Young Davis was riding after the cows when his horso Htnmbled and threw his rider to the ground. In recovering, the horse stepped fon the lad's right forearm, breaking both Im.ih. Dr. Bergman gave medical aid to the nud'erer, and he wan sent home this evening. David, although but 14 years of age, had his left arm broken in the atu9 manner some time agM. FIRST GUN Full CONNOtf! Nye county, wiili five delegates, will be represented in the Si-ate Convention by a solid fcrco of Connor men. The Conntv Committee has already appointed, and the gentlemen selected are for Connor. As goes Nye so goes the State. RATUKR IMPR VCTfCAR LK. Discussing tlie proposition ni; le by the Enterprise relative to the manner -of selecting the Republican candidate for Governor, the Reno Gazette of Friday evenyig.says:, ,, . The Enterprise published, . yesterday a double-shotted editorial, with side-lights, which was intended to sav that tho Reimbli- 'can party must nominate the people's choice tins year. This assertion, although luminous like a political headlight, does not require a freight train full of argument to 1 ,tck it up, and hence may be adm'-.-'. Wo will say, then, that the Republ. . i ty can avoid defeat by nominating then ien, and not othei ise. The method proposed by the Enterprise, however is not quite so simple or easy of ad mission. It is known as the Crawford plan, and provides that each voter shall, at the pri maries give his choice for Governor on the same ballot with that voted for delegates. It wiil be remembered that we seek to nominate the le:--t men, and it might well be asked, how do the people know, as yet, who may be tho best man. There has been no declara tion of opinion or intent on the part of any candidate, in fact, snob declaration Las been studiously evaded. We have not yet seen whether the friends of these candidates will favor or oppose a declaration of princi ples in ceiiven'iou which shall meet the pub lic wish. We know nothing, in short, which might influence a w ise choice, whew, v-e re flect that there are local question to be an swered, ami local interests to preserve. it .. ill readily be seen, then, that such a choice might easily jn-ove unfortunate for the party, li would not bring about a har monious feeling, because different counties would make diil'crcnt choice, and under direct instruction from the jieople. what del egation could lie asked to -jive. way. Such a plan would also make the delegation entirely subservient to the wishes of its candidate, which is not at ail desirable. Ii ides all these objections, wi would Ui"J:, that of itiitiraericabilitv-. The plan has been tried and found wanting. The Enter I piie suggests writing tlie names, upon the I theory that Democrats can't write. Tills is I as ingenious as t(.e Crawford plan, but jscaicely less praet'c.d. We im-hne to the ! '"'Iu-: that the i-mterjinse intends only the 1 best for the Republican party, but h;is mis taken the method sadiy. , , How will this do? Kncoiirage the greatent freedom among voters and ask thei.i to ciioi.se for delegates the very best members of their jnrty. Allo v these men to visit the convention, compare the records and jilat fonns noprovfd y the various candidates, and then clioine. Such a choice will come i from t:ie people, M"i ti.ev will be n. .ieii-.e in ; .;:i lo' 11 ii it. Till i.MAS KJU.soN. In yesterday's Reno Jouni-it we h.-.ve the following mention of the famous invci.tor whoc name hads this article : teatema mornings dclaveu train going ,,- . , . - ., i West !;; n Hijh.i its passengers the man who has iu a few brief im uths m-ule a world wide reputation - Thomas A. Kdison, of Menlo Park, N. .1. Although his name is gmnjied with those of Moim-, Franklin, Fulton, Watts and oilier noted inventors, Mr. Edison is a very ordinary-looking man. In tact he is almost the last man one would pick out in a crowd as tlie great inventor. W ith smooth, full face, and hair just turning gray, a com mon suit and an easy going aic, he appeared on our streets, seeing the sights, visiting the telegraph offices and conversing with a few. He was at Denver when the total eclipse of the sun occurred, and tested his, invention for measuring the heat of the sun. It failed, but he is confident he can make it work, and is now studying it up. He is an enthusiast, and claims yet more wonderful strides to be made ir his jeeuliar field of invention. Great as have been his inventions, he says they are far from perfect, ami when he gets back to his workshop he will improve on them. He claims almost limitless capabilities for carbon; and ill use it as a cardinal principal in ex- I (etimeiitmg. He will be in Oregon when the liiooti is eclipsed, on the 12th, and will there test his heat-measurer upon that orb. Mr. Edison is making his first trip to thi.s coast, and will visit the various points of in terest - The Rig Trees, Yosomite, Geysers, etc. This trip is merely one of pleasure; a desire to get away from tho hard stud'' and worry to w hich he has subjected himself for many years prompting it. He intended to stot here a day for the purpose of seeing Frank Roll in relation to the introduction of his various ''phones " on this division of the Western Union line, but Mr. Hell, being West on business, informed him by telegraph of his whereabouts, and the distinguished gentleman continued on his trip. He has taken out one hundred and sixty (patents, and litis several others under way. Owing to his deafness it is rather hard to converse with him. As the train pulled out he sat himself on a camp stool on the front platform of the sleejer and prepared to enjoy the beautiful scenery of tlie Sierras, the delay causing the train to pass over the best part of the road in the day rune. Okickkts i Hum wht. -Says the Reno irost.tr of Thursday : Through a gentloman who lately returned from Paradise Valley and made an inspec tion of other points in that region, we learn that crioket; of great size have invaded the country in swarms. In Clover Valley, Hum boldt County, the garden crops have been en tirely destroyed. The et has alao attacked the sjraiu crojw, but coming too late for the wheat much of it lias been saved. The bar ley crop has suffered, however, to a consider able extent. In Paradise Valtej', where the crops are large the crickets are not so nu merous or destructive. The Indian scare is at an end in Humbodt and Elko Counties. Many of tho wanderiiuz red-skins have al A ready returned to the reservation:, and soon all will be quiet again. SARAH WINNEMl'CCA HEARD FROM. Tho Silver State of August 1 reproduces the following interesting letter from Sarah Win ncmiicc'a to tier brother, who is at Camp Mc Dermit: IKI'KPKNDKMCE, on Grawith Ckkkk, ) -Gkast CoUMV, CMikoox, July 22. ) My Deak" Bk.other Nacres: Egan was kiiletl a week ago by a band of Columbia River Indians, pretending to bo Cmatillas. They captured him, 1 believe by strategy, and when he was put upon a horse he showed fight and was shot. His scalp was taken, his deformed hand cut otf and his head amputated for identification. Dr. Fitzgerald lias the head in, spirits. 1 am unable to tell who of onr people liave been killed, as the whites are not generally acquainted with them. I am still with General Howard and with Mattie. I have just got here from the mouth of the Grande Ronde river, by way of Wallowa and Grande Ronde valleys. 1 am much distressed about our friends, and am waiting for opportunity to commun icate with them to arrange if possible for their coming in. You and the others must keep the peace by all means, for the host ilea are sure to be whipped. I met Sam Parish here to-day, and he said ho would go to the hostile .camp and talk with the Piuies if it wore not for the Bannocks, with whom he is not ac quainted. Is there any possible way by which I can communicate with the Indians now on the warpath? I would bo willing to meet them near Harney. If that be impossible, could not you and Leo communicate with them, by consent of General Howard. Write me immediately, eare of General O. O. How ard, in the field, via. Raker City. Mattie is very .veil and we are both enjoy ing ourselves as well as could be expected on such a sad mission. The officers and men are very kind to us. We shall be at home as soon as tins war closes. The Indians at this writing ire supposed to be goinj toward the head waters of the Malheur. Give my love and Matties to a!l our friends, and believe me your affectionate sister, Sarah Wivnt.mmta Connor Stoce. Under this lie id the Reno - r G.it-'tte of Friday says: A Reunite just rt turned from Rclmont gives the informal ion that the Nye county Republie tn central committee lias ajijHc'nted Connor delegates to the State Convention. This is the first, gun of the campaign. A gen tleman of iiiteJiiu'eiiee and well up in political matters also informs i;s that Connor will sure'y beat Wren for the control of the Eureka del egates. i: w a i) v i . r i r. n r.rs. mi BEDHOO SET FDH SALE. A-30 A FINK I'DmoS OF ZELL'S DICTIONARY AND ENCYCLOPEDIA. i ;i n'.rv cn;t.n:e for a u-ir.i;. i .;mr. .it this ioir;riAl,.; fROI0FT AMEXinmXT 1 :! !lnt.ion ! tin m:u- ..f :.-. ad, THR a'. t!.c Vh't.ka-, Ity it, -v.vi;.-i section "f Artit-Vt i -f tie Con stittition t this St Uc, it i" ep:ii it!v deciart J titat ' lh paramount lVj;i.itie .f ov.-rv Wtiz.-n i it'ic lo tho federal i-i.iverument," nr.! that "it. jv.wri i.-ts in the people cf this or any other St.iia if T lie Fedor a I'ni m to ilixsolve their connection therewith, or perl". 'nil any act tt-ndin to impair, subvert, or rist tho miprcai.- aiitl.-.riiv cf tlie (Jv eniinent of the I nitod States. " aiel. wlu-ru i-i. the ( f.n-titu-tion of the I'nited States ha-, been no am. ii'Ind as to confer npoe al native born citize'in of thi Iti-pnblic, irrespective of co. or, raoe, or previous condition if frrvitude, a condi tion of full and exact e(;'i;.lity; and. wln-n-ae. the Oonsii tution of thi Stale, as it n-r.v roitds, is nut in harmony with tiie amended Conotitution of the I'nited states; therefore, be it R,n!r'l, by the Awinhbr. coii.iirntlv with the Senate, That aeet ion otie "f .vrtieieltcf tlm (.'institution of thi .State shall be amended by thu elimiiwtifi. thersfrom of the word "Krhita," and the ttfe-'t of such chtninutiou shall bo that no male citizen of the 1'iiiteu StaU'-i shall be excluded from the rights of suffrage and office holding by reason of racy, color, or previous condition of servitude; provided, that this amertd:iu-nt siiaJl not be c m--.rnca :u conferring the rights of naturalization, suffrage, and ortice holding u;xn any native of the 'Jhiacsu Etnpiro; and, be it further R-S' l'-'d, ThU there shall be added t.. the present Co utitiit'iw of ttii-; St:t: i an Arlicie to be o:i!'.eii and known as Article XVIII. and which shall be as f..l. m: Akticlb .Will Tho rights of suff.-a.,rc and otScs ho'd in.,' shall not he withheld fn in any la tic cit'zen of the I'uitml States. b rcv.SoU ui h'S color or previous condition of s?rcit;i.ic. l'assrd ;-'cbnia-y 1", 1S77- i?-s.i-Af, by flic Aswibly, -.ho Sen.Vfl concirriip. That Article tlcveii (Hi of llio ('m-.titutt'.o r tlie State of Ne--i.ta b jin-ii I bv add:!: t- s:ud -;i.-Ic Klcven(ll) 6--c tion ten (10) t'-icicio. v.-:iici( g'u!! rc;.t as fo'iowe: Section 1't i. 'J puMic fund;, c' any kinA character whatever. State :' .- m y, or i:i a'liciji.i!, sh.iil to used for Sectarian purp-'s . Pasjud Feb i naiy "27. U.77. I hiirliy er tifv I'm' f -rcoinir to b.: t.-ae copies from the enrolled rcso'-'.it'.oiir. 0:1 tile ;ri my oth.v. WiJne.ss my hair.l and the (.Jrcat St-.d of Stat, AugiMt S, !S7:-.. J. !. MINO'f. ItHAl.. i SciTetaiy of State. V. A. T. II. R. VMIAY KXCURSIOX THAIS TO BOWE3S' HSIv STEAWlBtOAT SP5JSKC5. Commencin? Sunday, Jue 23, And continiiinir on following Sundays until further notice atiwial Train will bjniii bet woe u Virginia and Sfteomboiit as followo: Will JLavc Viririnia 8:13 a. m. Carson . Rl;00 A. M. ArrlvlnK at Bownrs Steamboat Returning! Leave Steamboat Ijeine Ht'er ..10:30 A. M. . .10:i5 A. u. 3;.Vt t. M. 4:10 p. . Arriving at Car.wn. . . Viririiiitt . 4:45 r. M. U:33 T. V. RATES OF FARE: Virginia and Gold Hill to Carson and return 91.00 Virginia and Gold Hill to Bowers or Steamboat and return 1 50 Carson to Cowers or Steamboat and return 1.00 Children between 5 and 13 years, one-half reduced rates. tST TicKeta good on Special Train only. 6t H. M. YERIN0T0N, General Superintendent. E. NiLKS, General Ticket Aent. Je20tf Pistol Lost! KIVB-VROOTKB PISTOL WAS in Dfctkcr'a Saloon last wenk. The finder will be dtiitahlv rewarded by lefcviiu; it t the bar of that place. July "4, 187s. lw GRAND PICNIC or TH VIRCINIA AND CAASON TUENVBREIN! AT TREADWAY'S PARK, SUNDAY, AUGUST 4, 1878. jyllfcd MASON & CO. IS OKtBKTT BfK". NORTH CAHSON STREET, fJASiOV CITY, hSVAMt. iy H O 1, K S A I. E ASI SKTill. IS $, Fiovisious, Crockery, Glassware, Tinware. Cmaoi Fruits. Butter, Lard, Grain; Coal Oil VM) ALL 4UTICLK- .I'Mt.'Al.LV K KPT V A FIHST CI.ASJS STORK kul of iKr.Miitiio otiRineiii in hieh er.irnijbd tin ST Ordr taken and tloodn -l.-livercd 'T'A TO ANY V X ilT OF THL" CITV FflEK F CHAKGE MASON Sl CO. Curo", Av 5 176 L. MORRIS & Co. JIST RECKIVKO 100 doz. Ladies Striped Uoae.. lir pair 15( dox. Children Htripsd Hose 13c V) priir SO ioz.. Lad It' Paraaol 50c a piece 750 yda Ex. heavy 3-ply Carpet. .50c H yard ALL OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION. CALL Slav 7, 1-7H. PIONEER DRUQ STORE. Corner of Carson and King streets. GEO. C. THAXTE3?, PROPRIETCR, (Successor to 0. P. Wiliia. ) Vt.ALEBi IS DRUGS, !V1ED!CirjS, PERFUSV1ERY, EEUSfil"S OF Al.f HINT'S, TraiKttt, 8uppor(erg anil Shoulder lira con. Vlolil and Garden Seed, It-iTS. i! Prrncrlptions carefully conipouriitci), ijsij or niffiit. cl.- INFORMATION WANTED. SAMVKt. NFRRAV CARR. A CAPTAIN in the New Hampshire regiment commanded by ex Goteriior Harriman, deserted his wife in lso". Murray assumed the name of L. X. Carter, and went to New York with a woman rimmed Mary Jane Uure, takin' aiso his children, I.izdo Florence, ayed 7J year.-i, and hii two sons, Fred Klmerand Frank WeMon Carr, the Iwyf bein-j young er than their Meter. Carr, with the children and ltnrpce woman, icil Jiew cK on the steamer "Henry Chaunrcy, haring purchased tbrouirh tickets to W Hin-um, New Zoa laud. It in n ported that the children have been otni to a Catholic school, and one Geor;;e E. Lane wrote from San 1'raneirco to New Hampshire, in 17, that he had reeoj nized Cirr, alla.4 Carter, in it theater in that city. Carr aliad Carter, has since been heard of in Texas, it beini; Haid that he ami Lane were faro dealers there. In Texaa, a.s also in Colorado, Carr was known as Steele. Carr's wife is a nurse in San Francbco, a heart-broken woman soekiiu; j hit uiiiiuren, miu uesirmr w ouluiu nrwa 01 our ou-.jirin, bosrs the press to circulate the above. Any intelligence nrjrardinff Carr, or more particularly bin disposition of the children, if forwarded to H. It. MItiHELS, tditor ui the Morni.no ArrBAL, Carsou City, Nevada, will be thankfully recr-ived and promptlv transmitted to the mother. July 27th. l7(j. 'tf WANTED TOJXCHANGE. WANTED TO EXCHANGE ONE IIVN drcd ar.d sixty acres of land one mile and a half from Keno for a hons and lot in Cawon. Enquire at this office. jel9-tf tUTBetvn to John P. Kemey. Keal Fv,tte Broker SPECIAL NOTICE. Great Redaction in Prices, owing to the decline in the Eastern Harket. E. B. RAIL, OPPOSITE CAPITOL CUUSING, CARSON, IMPORTER AM WHOLESALE AM Retail Dealer in HARDWARE, rrrin, Powder, Axei. Anvils, ett,-i. Sais, Viis, Coil, Fuse, Caps, bellows. Rope, Wedjfc, Slodti Lace Leather GLASS AND CROCKERY WARE, liar Fi.vttareK, Cliina .c- (, LamfV, Chandeliers, Mirr.'rs, fjnifms. K.tc. Ktc, Elr Agricultural Implements, I'liuva, (t arrows, JtoW.Tc, C';!t',-i..rsi, Kf Ganf- Plows, Wheat t:aJ,-Tj Ktc, PairstG, Oils ! Brushes, Coal Oi!, I'.-.int Oil, Ti:r).entiiie, Varnish, White Lea-1, Kubbcr Paint, Cii. iniuil Paint, Lard Oil, Machine, Castor, Ncats Foot Oil, A'-c ii-jl, Ktc, Ktc, STOVES. RA?GES, TINWARE, "frdalli'-.u ant Laurel Ranged, P.ack's and other F.rands of Stoves i Panipa, How au Pip. Hoars, Window, minri anil !hh. Wood aod Willow Warn, Ilirri Cagoi, IMatola, Gang. CartrLijfort, H'alrr, Gas and Load Pip, House Furnishing Goods. Brass and Steam Coods. Practical Plumb.:- and Thiiicin to do rooflnsr and man ufacturini,' of all kinds Tiu and Iron Wars Call and Get Trices Cheap for Cash. si '2 E. B- RAIL. SBY HOUSE CAKSOri CITY, NEVADA. J. T. PANTUNU, PROPRIETOR. rpiIIS LONfJ KSTAm.ISHKD and FAVOR- J itc PuWic Home haviiiff pa.'.oi-d into new handt ami huvin,- heen Uorohty He ronttruc tnd Thronghgul lj now conducted in ail resjctx as First Olass Hotel. This means that li the best tabic ii' hot in the State of val : H.iwt THE BAR 13 the most complete and most fully t.ti-kcl of any iu the Mate. Tlie ISilliard Hall Is the finest in Western Nevada; and the service is epi to timt of the best hotels in San Francinco. "Prices of Board and Uoom-rent are regulated to suit ttie times. JOHN T. PANTLIND, Proprietor. Cr.rf.on January 1, 17S JACOB CULLER'S XX air Drossing -AND-- BATHING EMPORIUM. VYARM BATHS AT 'ALL HOURS. Caraon SU, next Door to the Court Hoohc, t auon City. N. Lailien Hair Work of all kinds made up in the best ami most Auhstantial maimer. This Tonsorial Establishment in the modi complete in the .state. IjHM JACOB MI LLER, Proprietor. J IVANOOVIOH, DEALER IN Grorrrle. Krr. ttraaen, lemotu, Fratk and Uiind Fruit, Pineapples. - Fsnanag,' Chernen, VWs'V?: Grapea, Coooanutg, tfZ&Za Com.xtionerr, eatables, jrf i'reh Fish, Fresh Ranch Butter, Tobaeco, Cigars, Etc Etc r te PLACE OF BCSINESS: No. 8, footh Canon street, oppoctt tb v"ii varnon VI I y, lUmT. 3. IVAKCOVICU - rayfitf S la. rwl xx s Saloon A HI) LADIES' HAIR DRESSING, First Door Ronth of tha FlTe-rent Raloora, Canon Street Carson. A. DEKT.ENCF.R, Propriety Jyem