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ViTCBDiT OCTOBER 28. 178 BULLION TAX TALK. The Eureka Sr.nHarl of the 24th instant ovotea nearly two columns to a candid, manly LaciiMion of this much vexed question. Wi cpy a portiou because it so woil expresses tho real state of the case at the time action iw8 required upon that issue. After the Kupretne Court decision was known, it was y for the constitutional "I told you so" to t that nobody should have oted for the compromise, and to howl "broken pledges" to the the men they had begged to vote for the 1-31 which promised relief iu time of trouble. ays the editorial referred to : It was purely a matter of State policy, ad ttressirirrj itself to the individual judgment of members on their oaths to legislate for the iet interests of the whole people. It was a .aotin, wo are willing to admit, concerning tfttj policy of which gentlemen might honestly 'rfiffer though it is apparent that those who ij,-l in opposition to our position are nn willing to go even this far. There was a per pttble feeling for the popular side. Honest n9n and dishonest men voted for and against la- hill. llepublic.ius and Democrats divided ia the same way. Soniu of the grandest lr.iu.ls that ever found their way into a legis-ii-ivo body espoiied the cause, so-called, of rj people. It was in no sense a party issue-, r,t does not deserve to be treated as such. iUre.v County owned a large share of the bn-tV tax. Viri na Ci'y had just been re ted toa blackened ruin by fire. Her records, ub!ic buildings, schools all were gone. jjith county and city were without money to rep i;r dam i go. The eple had lost their all .nl wore in despair. Suspended schools, twined credit and bankruptcy seemed nniui reiil. A wail came up from these slrcken people in their dire distress such as no man, vlio is a man, could fail to seriously consider. l"j compel a people thus situated to face three ivtr f litigitioti in the Supieme Court of V United States, in the meantime taxing Jivwaelres sjven or eight per cent. , seemed i like the refinement of cruelty. Nobody tw or out of the Legislature over justified the b.M.H!a in resisting the payment of their .vits. That was diabolical. I!ut they had loval right to go to the courts, they did go. itd the Legislature, if it touched it at all, must 5oal with the question where it found it. An Attempt was made to compromise, and faded. .'Ko-oiided the matter and there it should have nded. The tax has been paid, ani the ijan then presented is a dead as an Egyptian mummy. Not a man who voted for th- Cun iprxuiiiso lill would have voted for a repeal of tHs law. There is not a man in the State to f!j.y, f ny respectability, who would favor its rwpe.tl by a future Legislature, and none know "xUcsp .things better than the demagogues who ire, avitrtiug about the State braying iu an 4ppoite key. Fbov the Reno Journal we learn thru a fuvnftil accident hippetiel at E's.vocth on Tliarnday. A woman named Eilun McCoy reu over by tho cats v.-hik the yard en na was switching the train. She attempted ! jmut on while the train was in motion. iut flipping, fell beneath the wheels, and !k r lu-tt leg was crushod at the ankle. Sho wis tVm mto the Wadswurth Hotel sud : c ' . - ram sunt for I r. Bergman, who immediately LwteiH'd to her side on the "4-3." She was :j emigrant from lielfast, Ireland, and was tra.vtling alone. The accident w is the result i'l her own carelessness. A COLORED CITIZEN S VOICE. We are glad to ?ive place in our co'umt the following advice to the colored people of this State which we copy from the Enterprise: To the colored voters of the State of Ne vada: Friends and fellow citizens, the reason why colored men should vote the Replican ticket is that the Democratic party has ever been the avow ad enemy of the negro race. In lJ45d one It. Wartield introduced in the As sembly a bill that no negro or mulatto should hold or locate any land or mining claim in the State of California, who had not procured a licence from the Clerk of a Court or a Justice of the Peace in the township iti which he re sided, at a cost of 00 said licence to be in the shape of a tag, which ho was to wear in sight without which he was liable to be ar rested by any policeman and fined not more than .() nor less than S'J 50, or both such fine and imprisonment of six months. In fact, all colored men were compelled to procure a licence to follow any occupation they might choose to engage in. In 1837, when II. II. Haight ran for Gov ernor, they had printed on the back of their tickets ''No negro or Ohinese votes wanted,'' and iu ISO!) the Rev. Fitzgerald, Superinten dent of Public Instructions, ot General Cobb, oH3 of the Scool Trustees for the County of San Francisco, did actually close the colored schools for eight lm irhs. After repeated petitions they gave them a shanty on the side of Russian Hill, where most of the children had to walk four or five miles. General Cobb said that the negroes did not need education. He. owned negroes iu Texas and would have them in California. Now, with these f ics stating you in the f:ce. and with the remembrance ot the suffering Garri son, Lovejoy and others; iu view of the frtct of the separation caused by the curse slavery, if yoti can vote for your enemies, do so. M. ULjwakd. Virginia Citv, Oct. 22, 137$. DAGGETT AND THE PRINTERS. The Lyon County Times scores the follow ing good point for our candidate for Congress, R. M. Daggett: It is claimed by part of the Democratic press of this State, that the Union printers w ili not vote for It. M. Daggett for CongreS3. We believe this to be a slander, as, were it not, it would prove the Union printers to be as ungrateful a pack of hounds as ever dis graced any craft. About five years ago the Entri-firine otliee (which was then owned by Joe Goodman) was "ratted, tnat is, the Union printers were turned out to make way tor iion-Union men or "rats.'- A few month thereafter the office passed out of Goodman's hands and Daggett was given charge of the establishment. One of his first acts on taking charge, was to telegraph to John Church, the present foreman of the EiitevprUe, to tender him the position which he still holds. Mr. Church came up, when the "rats'' v. ere at once compelled to give way to Union men. This result was due solely to it. M. Daggett, and it saved the Washoe Typographical Union (tho only one o;i the coist worthy of the name) from total destrtiei n. It would there- tore tie tue.mghih ot lngiatn t:ie tor 'ne print er of Nevaoa to ret me to vote for It. M Daggett. A bear robbed of her cubs is generally sup posed to be dai gerou8,but at Reed City, Mich, a bereft mother bruin adopted a missing three year old child of one Fiinn, in their stead. There it was found, after a long search, with never a scratch upon it, and the old bear was very loth to give up her adopted child. A notable improvement in watches is re ported from a manufactory at Geneva, Switz erland, where by a peculiar process, the fig ures on the dial are rendered luminous, so that if exposed once during the day to the sunlight, they remain phosphorescent and visible throughout the night. St. Louis, October 23. The Prohibition ists nominated a city ticket yesterday after noon. This makes the fifth ticket in the field, and the Union workingmen will nomi nate another to-morrow. OARSON OPERA HOUSE. Maktin k LtwLOR. Barton Kill Managers. .Acting. Ma.vauKR. TWO PilCHTS ONLY ! MOVDAV KVEXIVG, OSTOBKB SSih. The popular actor MR. FRANK MAYO AS DAVY CIIOCKETT ri!KOU IVtMNti OCIOUSR S!th. As BADGER in Boucicault'g Great Drama, The STREETS OF NEW YORK, SrFPORTED BY TIIK Ca'ifornia Thoater Company. Including the universal favorite UNION SQUARE UNDiR THE SNOW AND THE The writer can vonc! r the Irtitr; of the A Nkw Stimulant. "l'itehenne" is anew T'.iaiulaiit, for the discovery of which mankind i indented to tho Australian aborigines It r.ntokod anil chewed, or applied in a plaster iebiKd the ear. According to ths quantity W!oJ, it produces either pleasant exhilaration r intense and continuous excitement; like he cocoa leaves of South American India, it in ngorattvj and keeps up the strength through jw.noJi of protracted exertion; and in battle it supplies, when required, the Dutch courage infused by brandy and bhang. A i;uE3R sort of a craze is striking Pitls "hnrg The G rmrn Lienor Dealers Associa tion there has brought suit against twenty to horse-car drivers he-cause they work on Sundity. The dealers are about to go further "I sue the door-keepers and ticket -sellers at the Apostle Mnrphv meeting in' Lafayette Mill em Sunday nights. What s sauce for h.a gortso is fiance for the gander, they argue. t-iuicngo, tietoner z-. ine rnD'tiw says: Tt St. Louis belle, Miss Nellie Ilazleton, bom rumor had mentiemed as the bride elect of Samuel J. Tilden, avers that she has never tauch as met the venerable bachelor of "CSfioiorcy Park, is not engaged to him, and -W'juld not think of marrying a man so much Idar taan herself. above, as he was one ot trie T'nion men driven from the Enterprise ofiice by the '"rats." New York, October 23. Mario Antoinette Pollard proved an interesting witness in the Vuudcrbii h wi!l case on Wednesday. She had ott.-n visited the Commodore with her husband. II? l , Recording to Mrs. Pollard's testimony, tint the tpiviu had directed him to leave all his money to one child. The wit nrss lived wherever her business called her, itut Uiiit oerii in eaiitoruia, Nevada atnl Vir ginia lecturing for a livelihood and corres ponding for a Suti Francisco journal. She cou'd not recoil. ;e-t within un yens when her husb-tiid died. She admitted having been arrested move than once, but never on crimi nal charges. Then she admitted having been arrested iu .Baltimore for shooting a druggist. f?;ie snot nun ni-cause no eniiceu tier nus'anel away from her. She was fined $lQ'- She was arrested by General Banks at New Or leans jis a spy, and had been arrest od on a charge, of buying op Northern money there. Met' .'t'lsiv.cd v.ru a jonrn.ois!. of Kieinuond, viiii v.ro'e the boek called " The Lost Crime." GREAT FIR E SCENE Reserved seats at the usual place. J PHOF. E. K. fi'ELONE, OF VIKG1M1 CITV, !VOW PHEPJI1KD TO FIIRMS1I Mu.ic for BttHa. Parti-i and Hub, At Kte la Knit the Times. 4 "Club f.-.rminj f'T pr:ctie3 or t-.'ition in diK-tn Mill !lrj;l it to thoir adv-H,nt;re to cv-inmuuicai witn th.j Pro fiir. Address : V. O. Box 2Tb. oci'-lm Wm. 8. BUTTS Off r n"nf!f an 1 nrfrpndent CHflSfar for COUNTY COMMISSIONER, Term. ORMSBY COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. run jvk or rax hkoib jcdiciil district. C. S. 'a:iaii ei Wnshoo eVunty F r Sonator. , . For Assemblymen . Georjr? ';llson ( Charles Wilson J tf. (;. l'arkf r I K. N. Ooouibs For Sheriff S T. Swift For District Aitorney Trenraor Coftin For 0)imty Treasurer James Frastr F.,r County Clerk ; Atfre.i Helm For County R-cnrdr Fred. D. Tumor For County A?.-owor E. B. I'ixlcy For Tuiiiic Administrator John D. Kcisej For Sujerint!diut of Public Schooli E. A. Moody For C inntv OiQimbsiont'r, Innt: trm John E. Cheney For County Commissioner, short term James Morris For Justice of Teac ', Carson Township. .. -C A. Witherell For Constable, t 'aron Tovvntiip suth For Seiimil Trustor, C'urson Township, lon:r I n term J I'arns For S hool TnHteAis.t'ars in Township J. .1. Linn short term I i!;;rsiiaii liobinson For School Tmstuo, I.'mpire Town- . ,, Bhi;.. lou- term.. Eourws (Lual.) For School Trustees, L'mpiro Townshij, I ri. Ir;abai.-h ehort term . K. jnes For Jua'ice of l'e.x, Empire Township. For Constable, t.'mpire Township . . J, A. Ibx.vtr . ..V,-. M. ..ans; Cars m. Long ct Jhor 22, isS. FlftTFORM USD FrsaiUTiflfiS. Tlt ItpiliHcns of Onn-by County in converiti n as sctDbUd, renenin their alleianee to tlie undyin - prinei pics of their i;!on ,ih p:irty and resolved upon their vindi cation, not forth as follows: Jiet-.ihrd. That we do hereby r.'tifv ond endorse the ao ti.m of the Rjpub'.iean tat.- Convention iatelv lield at Kureka. both in respect of the p'atiorm there adopted an'! the endidatos thereby jeue'ed in nomination for positions under t!;e government of the Sttte: and we hereby plede ourselvee to use ail honorah'.a and just means se-e-uru the elec'.ion of the said nomitiees. JtiViolutil, T'nat every eandidate oomin,' before tbi-? Con vention, gf-'kim a nomination, eiiail pledge hinn-lf to supfKrt the entire. Kepubhcan t:cket, state, county and township, and to lend all his aid and influence toward tlx election of the same. It'f'di'cd. Tnat the brilliant record made by the Hon. John I'. Jone-", as a Senator in the Congress of the rutted states, meets with our unqualified appruva : and as a substantial endoroemei.t of his course, in ail things, ami esp-ceially in behalf of t'oe remonetizatinn of sitvi r. we hereby instruct the candidates whom we may nominU.' to the oenato and Assembly, to cast their votes for his return to thai body, so Ion,' as he tshall continue to he a candi date for re election a: the hands of tho incoming Legisla ture. O. P. Willis, A. Lrwih. TlIC. 1'f.f.z, K C. Wright. F. I). STttTht ; IBR," County Central ComnHtt-;e. ELECTION NOTICE. FOB JUDBE OF THE SEC3VD JU3ICMI 0IETS1CT, S - I - BlIBf G . ORMSBY COUNTY CITIZEFJ3' TICKET. For State Sfnat.r. For AembKme:i B. H. ) K. F. titlnon . r. W. W. LHviea ; H. II. How Lloyd Hill Attorney M. A. I)rieabali For Miciiff. For I'ietrict For County I 'K rk For County Treasurer For County Record r l or County Aesttwor For i ublic Ad!ii:mstrat:.r For Strierinieiident of I'ublic Schools. . . For County Commissioner (lotijj tennV . For County Commissioner (sht.rt term) For Justice of the Peace, Carson Township ( For Justice of thr Faace, Empire Township T ' ' " For eon stable, Canon Township For Constable, Empire Township . For S "h:.o! Trustee, Carson rrivinit ) (W-aj term) ( For --cho-il Trust ..J. FI. Marshiil M. L. Yjt!r D. H. LenU H. H. Bene . . .3. F. Fetsr . .L. S. Grceiil&w . .John K. Chcay M. H.-pn .William U. Cary Ike Ub E. F. Mara Jos. V'Ur For S'-boo Trustc- cinet (lon-f t'.ini) e .ort tL'rm) Empire Tre- P. Kel y Mirshall Roliasjtt J. J. Liiiu . . Samuel Ixingabiuii chool Trust, cs (short t-rni) X Klonef NOTI0E, TAXPAYERS ! riii: state, corsTr An iitv lanes are now Ine nutl nynlle, and will be jU-lliiqueiit on IStta veis1er. IS7S. JAMES rilASKK, (oinily Treasurer. County Treasurer' Office, Carson, Oct. 22d, 1S7S. CASSOH CITY SAVINGS BANK. BANKERS, BROKERS AND FIRE INSUR ANCE ACENfS. Tin; L'dff, (in, in its) iiiuntiiiy s'jimniry tf the Liillioii vie-td of tlie Patilie Const, gives the foiluvviao; reenpitulrition of the yield of forty -three prodtieiiiij mines fr September: CJ..1.1 mine, 717;1U; gold with silver, ."JO. .'379. gold with lead, 4-120,858. Totals gold l,K7,ri78; silver mines, iii00,C00; silver with jjold.SJi'.l.l'JtJ; silver with lead,.,. Totut .silver, 51,113,013; value of lend, $78, tjlO. 3 rand total of gold, silver and lead. 42,3r0,(31. The yield of silver for Septem ber is 8-0,000 in exeesa of August, but is still very lioht as compared with the laityear or the early months this yenr. CARSON CITY, NEVADA, VTOTJCW 1 MKRMIV fit VFN TH T OX lf the first TrKSDAV. THE 6th PAY OF NOVEM BER nest, at th? Curry Em-fine House iu Carson City, and at Anan Welter's new buiiiUm;, EFnpir' e'i'.y, t'rnisby Co'tn'y. sinte of Nevaria, an Kl'-etion Mill be held fr Stata, Coi'nty and Town-hip Otiiwrj, to Wit: 1 'Diber of CoricToes. 1 Justice of siij,rt;uc. ejoart, 1 (o senior. 1 I-icut-enant. tivrnior, 1 Secretar- of Suit, 1 Clerk of Supremo Court, 1 Controller of state, 1 Stare Treasim r, 1 Attorney Oct!'. ral, 1 purveyor tjcm.ra!, 3 r-'itsr'.otendent oi Iiblio lastmrtion, 1 L'ietriut Jtidt; . 1 tatr; Senator,' 3 Asstinbivmeu, 1 Mieriff, 1 District Attorney, 1 County Clerk, 1 County Treasurer, 1 County Kt'CorJe-r, 1 Couii'y As-sessor, 1 Fublic Administrator. 1 e'oontv Surveyor, . I 1 Superinteiid -nt of PuMj; Sch vrls, 1 e -ittiity C'-!nm!K;.uJM tlfiih- and Lort term-), 1 Justice of the Pear-, 1 eoiistahle, o cho"i irus-teojs. the STOCK ltH CRT AD O.V CO?I.VikMO.. l.JL'tboraI Margins allowed t-n Approved StvkstEl .San Franeiseo CorrosponJent. . Luthaio 4; King- Ciirsen, September 1, It77. FURNISHED HOUSE FOR SALS. t u ft.r, op i Ftirutsned itoose an.! adjomtnj ."r Min is, situated onoovite tho Saviors F.aok, iti this e ty. Title irootl and terms n h --n .lib . For further particulars e.-jprire of I'rennior C'-fSii-, Atwmey at Law, in Kmeir .1 s Huiidiu. V :,!. P. M, 1NT.H. Carson, Not., October 10, IS'S. m t'-"!.ieh sa:J elecrlon will ha orvi.- l nt eipbt o'clvlc tti""'" and will continue until six o'ohs-k io the u'ter noon of same da-. The ballots used at sai 1 election shall be of y-' l qnulin of white hix.k pa;wr. 10 inches r.n;. i.v 45 in wvith, : ti-n.im- tliereor, printisJ shall be in ' l.o'urje-ois or h.-ctin .-apit:.!s, tiie desiirnatin of otti.-,, i hivv;.-r or n-npirci!, an 1 t-ie form of printing shah be on the Kit ma --'h, ut i.e.' bailot. HaVd this 14th dov of Octi ber, A. P. ! Al.FIUh'i HFr.M. C'. rk of the P.. ai d ,4 Count v Coturuih-iom-rs. pivrroKM -vxn rksoi.ution of thr emzKxr I'ARTV uK OK.My eOl'MV. We, the citizens of )rmby Count.y, aipt t lie b'liowino; as the platform on which, with out distinction of p.trty, we propose to make th-i e-nsiiiiio; canvass. 1st. We are opposed to iny repeal, mod ification or change of the law taxing the net proceeds of the mines. 2nd. Wo r.rrat'opi the transcontinental riiilroftds for their nnjuKt and oppressive dis ciiiiiiiiatif).')3 in the matter of freights and fares to mid between points in this State, and we demand prompt legislation by Congress ruiet the State Legilaturo for the correction of those abuses. 3rd. That the General Government should immediately take stieh steps a to absolutely stop the further immigration of Asiatics to our country; and that such jtiat and peaceful measures should le adopted as may be appro priate and necessary to induce those already amontr us to quit our ehoies at the earliett practical moment. 4th, We repudiate and denounce the doo rrine that any public officer may disregard and ignore the pledges made to his constituent anel on the faith of which he wai elected; and declare that if such practice to tolera'ed, it will result in the destruction of representative democratic government ; and we declare that no power exists which can relieve officials from pledges made to the people previous to their election. f:li. That we view with alarm the iucreaj- iri2 nuu unceasing attempts of the moneyed powers of the Pacific States to control the elc ti' i'S rind shape the legislation of said Statea, rh.tr the principle and practice are fraught with danger to our Republican government, and should be frowned down and resisted by every individual who has at heart the welfare of American iiistit. utioiis ami the freedom of the masses. Gth. A''.so'ivy, That the stock brokrrg9 business KhouUi be regulated by law and the security of the people be piotected by proper legislative entict.net.r. ORMSBY HOUSE CAXSG CITY, NEVADA. J. T. PAHTUKO, PROPRIETOa. 1 E W GOODS PRICES Fot7E persons were murdered ntVincennes, Icl, on the 23rd inst, John C. Vocvdet, his wife and two sons, were found dead by the Boykbors who were aroused by one J'icrre Pco-uost, who lirod at the Vocelets. Provost m arnddr arrest and circumstances seem to he .rreatly against him. Threats of lynching are malev - 'Cincitmti, October 25. Henry W. Tyler, a dll-Luowu desperado oi Pitrkersbnrg, West lrginu, shot and killed his m ife yesterday a3 then put a bullet through hi own head, niyinjr aiew minutes after. ""Kasriington, October 25. Tho offichd cs KxtnuteH required for tho postal service for the st fiscal year aggregate $30,551 ,9C0. It is fcit'ainrel that tho total postal revenues will Wlnort. JlapoKTs from the yellow fever infected leJios wuld seem to indicate a decrease in the JFixAue. The weather is reported m warm jad iJeasant. A touching incident of the fever is related by the New Orleans Picayune. A boy came into the office to insert a death notice, and said to tho advertising clerk, ''Another one gone; that makes eight." "What do you mean?" asked the gentleman. The boy ans wered, ' I mean that is the eighth one of the family that has died, five brothers and three sisters. I wonder who will come next. 'How many are there left? " "Only tne,1 lie replied, as he went out. It is stated that the steamer Great Eastern has been purchased by a company for use as a cattle boat to ply between Texas and Lon don. Khe is being fitted out at Milford Haven and is to have new engines and boilers manu factured by the Clyde Iron Works at a cost of SSOO.tXK). Refrigerators will be built in her for fresh beef. It is estimated that she will carry 2,200 head of cattle and G.000 head of mutton. J". IVANCOIOE, DEALER IV Grorserle, unii LI flavin rte.-ive-;! an tiaus.ul i.,r;.-e stock thi.. Sprintr. !uve iMtioluded to m:iko u reiuoriti in ever.- .if i; in .jur t..v. and inn:;- tvorvblv to c:-!l's;. l t-..ii':iK ...--'.nsciti Di iuis piiri-li i-in .'suH-here. W .ittenliou tj our iatc addition of can jiuroo KjJTSrS" Oranjrfii, Uniotu, Fresh u nil uriva fruit. Pineapple, "Jir?t Bananas,' Vejrtab'e. wj' Fres.'i Fish, Groceries, L'quo-s, Hardware, Crock ery, Clothing, Bao's and Shoes, Vatl Papsr, Hats, Tobacco and Cigars, Which we aro mm 'ifforin? lower than any bous iii tb -taw, nnrt mtiII always j,iuu'ant.:e satisf ietMn in qiialltv i utKjas. n cu'dt an;i .ir;ture uo..is uclivereu in Uic di and re lir'.'jrhood froe oi charge. U1KK(!4 UUOS. Cars. -n, Al.iy 6, 187k. etc. Pr.h Ranch Batter, Tobacco, Cijrirs, Ktc TLACE OF BCSIXESS: .KVJ Vo. S, Month Carson (rt, opposite the Capitel, Caraon City. Av. mvtf J. IVASOOVICH James Broadbelt, of Indianapolis, while on his way thence to Chicago, had 315,000 taken from his pocket while asleep. He said he had carried the money on his person for over a year, fearing to trust the banks. JACOB TOBRIHER, nt,E8ALK AUD RITllb DEALER IS IMPORTED km DOMESTIC CIGARS, PIPES, SMOKERS' ARTICLES, CUTLERY, .Ktc Ftc Kte. EXCHANGE HOTiSSERlE. PROPRIETOR, tVorthnat corner of Caraon ami K,ronl Sir, "am'lv Fntrmre n Second atrrel, oppottiio tlie Oini Ity tioase. ARLINGTON BLOCK, CA.RSOV CITY NKVADA. Jnntm To Let. IHRKP! Pl'RMSffKD ROOMS, ;LR or en suite. t!eantly iooated. Fr irticti!a in quire at thid diioo ecl'Jm 'flHIS WK.l.M)H I.OXO.BSTJB. 1 tislicil nm-Mass KestauiMnt and Oyster Stand ttopi iln from 9 o'uioek A. M. unti! a A. M." The cookinjr ain 'l thr faoilitirti are unsurpassed by any estitbliahineat the kiml, here or elsewhere. idr will receive prompt attention. t ;TMr. Clewovich will superintend personally. July 7, 1877. J. W. FOX, M. D., pHlNlCIAJf AND SUICEOX. Office : On Carson street, in the BrickIBuiUlirir iH-xt aoiith of the Ornniby Biock - aul tl DR. F. J. WHITE, 'Ifftce t On King atreet, at rear ot WI11U' Drnirtore, Hi(ienoe at the Arlington Ilcnse, Room No. t. Caiis proniiitly at'rHll, nitht or Carson, September 10, la78- 'ilFII-H I tn KS V ' 'JL1SHJ f nn-1 IAVOt- I ir filric tt.jns.1 hzaii'i i.fs8vi into Ji0tr .--n.di and lutvi..,; Ucii TIorouiliS' Urru:i-trurtt TfiroJji ! .vii.tD.-t.-l hi t!! rt-sfi.ti a.) F'ix'jstt Olcisss Ilotol. t!,. re t table J' ?n.t i' th .-tite of Ncvii.i, 1H THE BAH Is the m"t rouij lte .aid in.isi !;i t,,..'ktJ ,.f iny li, the t-iat.-. Tlie HiZfises-d Hull ' the finest in V storn Xovs !'.; cr l H e t- n '-.e U ejo to thut uf the bost hotels in Sun Knu cii.es. t-fPriete of Board and Ho.ru-ren; tre reinilatol Ut unit the times. JOFIK T. PAXTLISD, l'ropriet.ir. Carson Jannarv 1, 187H THE WHITE HOUSE A FIRST CLA53 JOHN T. CaMon, Septe -.kt 4. TB7"1, PAKTi ISO. Proprietor. FAMILY GROCERY. rpHK CHOICISSIT AM RAREST G-RO 022H.X IS S Tor family twe constantly on hnd. yFor Nice Wttle Thlntrn Not to Be "ta Fjuafl Klaewliere CO TO CHENtY'S, A renentl aRwirtnent of thn best staple nd ehoiee rro oenes. PRICf.ij TO bUIT THE TIMES ! J.UfV F. rirFNKV, Adam Rloclc, Carbon gtreet, wiier at l'eleVpa. J&nuary g, 1878.