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MORNING Al'l'KAL. .HDAT OCTOBER 27. 178 NEWS ITEMS. PnfeaT Ellison is aoriou.v sii'k at his -"vh1ii:u in New Jersey. Tim city f Si. Lois has si political tick v in the field. When two tickets can brinir "..Kh o many tin just and cowardly rn-isonaH Ufa, aod oicito audi bitter animosities that tiry extend even to the boys in the street, 5 irive up the problem of what six might do. "t'uortj is something left to bo thankful for in cjii vale of tears! Honry W. Tyler, a desperado of Parksbure;, 'A'flst, Virginia, shot and killed his wife on "hMi-sday, and then put a bullet through hi- n head causing death in a few moments. Tim barge Van Shank s ink off Yonkers on 'Tturaday, and the Captain, his wife and two -niidren wero drowned. Jy the explosion of the boiler of the Fork 15.Mdle Factory at Rome, N.Y., the engineer i.orge McKen.ie, dim killed, and two men nj in'tiroJ. Tlie factory was destroyed. A Madrid dispttch say that an attempt vu ma le to assassinate the King as he was laving through tho publio streets, by a man s.v-Ded Juan Moncasi, a;ed 23 years and a jixUvo of Terragona. The King was not m jrtid, and Moneasi is under arrest. n order for a half ton of apples, to be sent v Gotland, is being filled at the Snseol or- ."H.ard, flapa county, California. Y.vRi.vti Hogl an old resident of Yuba -oyt.y, was found doad in his bed in Urown's vos Schmidt, who killed the hoodlum. Mt.rklo, in .San Francisco recently, has been iirftrg! from custody on the ground of j-:-itifiable homicido. Tho body of Cardinal CtiUen has been cm ::.Jmed and will be in state until Wednesday. 4 :riajority of the cimeus of Dublin appear -.n the struts uttircd in monrning. It is n.--rtid that Ur. McCabe, Coad jutor Bishop of n'ua late Cardinal, wiil be his neit successor. ?itu Dempsey, the notorious renegade, who Vien so instrumental in tiiriui the K;n itfV Indians to war, was murdered by them v. their camp on the Ci'.uas prairie, Idaho, a days ag. Me. and Mrs. Might of Scow Hay, Wash :s;tor Territory, were horribly murdered oj, re I8fh i'wt. The assassin. are unknown. Mrs. West, of East L is Anid.'J.was fatally ."- net! on the 22:id by the explosion of an oil ..ar;p, while Itsjhtin? a tire V.'ONDKRFCL PKTUOLKl'M. Twenty yeara ao thii articlo was little "it. vtrn. The first artificial v-i) wa.i sunk in V.igt.st, 159, we bclit-vc. New there is an visual production in this country of about ? .".,01)0,000 barrels, and m than StlO.iMNi.. iH w.rth is exported to otlmr O'dintrit-s ;m . mi ally our exports rangiiig in iuinortanct nv-jialirii; to valuation : Fiist, cottmi; scc unj, hour sud grain; third, hog produce (lard, -.Yam and sa't pork); and foiirrh, etroleum. Tbero are more than 10, 'KM) oil wells flowing r boisig sunk, and probably over 10,0110,000 ; :k vested in the business iu one way and an mIict. Fifteen inillin barrels (forty gallons t.a barrel) of this earth vielded oil would till '',iWlU0fl000 lamps holding half a pint each, .r about seven such lamps for every man, vita an and child on our globe. If these "a;ps wore equally distributed so that every -?i!&r persons could have ono, and allow half piut of oil to bum thrert evenings on an iv.-rago abort nights included), the 13,000,-'j-Vl barrels of oil would liglit. up the whole ; rnnxn race for a period of three months, or . iniirth of tho population of the guide for t vosr. All this has come to light from the .vireU of the earth in loss ihan t wetity years, -ring which tune we have not only used all .hC fctroleuin we wanted ourselves, but hat e ..-r.t to other lands nearly -.V0,(!()0,l)liO wi-Hh ... too low custom hoiU'j valn.tlii-n. Wbat . "ithor store of light and of comfort lie yet i'i lisoovcreii in this womiet ful ui id of ins.' -(.';'!'.. Try 111 jift'Tii'T!:, IjENEiiaL .lames S. Whitney diod suddenly ikietoi) on the -fth of ;ij polexy. The v;"a,sotl was commissioned P.riguiier Ooner.al ty iovornor Everett, made superintendent of Springfield armor7 by President Pierce. nd (Collector of Customs of Hoslon by Prcsi- ieci Ituchanan. He has been a leader of the 'Democratic party of the State for many years. Di'JUNfj the reign of Queen Anne in Eng td the mania for broad toed shoes ran to ivcli a pitch that the government felt called "ip-.m to take the matter in hand and prohibit, if special statute, the wearing of shoes with r:i over six inches wide. It is presumed :liis legislation was instigated by book agents. Tluj black Jews in India, about whom so vrisli has beon said recently, know little Ile .Jrr, nd do not call themselves Jews, but of larac!. They claim to be descendents 'f tue Jews sent to India by King Solomon. Tissy .have ft written Bible, and May they .-hAv-o-A number of autograph prayer-books ri.f.W'ti by die patriarchs. 'Tht big tree hi tho Calavera group num hf.T 1,300; in tho Tuolumne and Merced jrr jvps less than 100; in the North King's .LTove oal. fifty, while the Fresno group w!:iipiea an area of three or four square miles. Xh renowned horsethief, Tapis, is again jsged at San Quentiu. Eleven of his fam Tf have been convicted of larceny, and seven wow In durance &t tli State reformatory. Th Htarriago of Countess Bismarck, rrince iiwTitrck'a daughter, with Count Bar.tzau, tvtTl be celebrated on the Cth of November. M ISCELL ANE US SCR A PS. Tom Do Witt, a colored b;uber of Albany, Oregon, has fallen heir to S;51,00u by legacy from a Southern relative. It is estimated that 1,7-1, 0D0 gall. ma of wine will be made in the 'apa Valley, Ca'., this season. Extensive deposits of stone coal have beta discovered about thirty miles from Hrigham City, north of the Little Colorado, Arizona. The Mormons of Little Colorado, Arizona, are shipping machinery from Utah for a tan nery which they intend to establish in the Mongolian Mountains. A Louisville reporter of the old school onco wrote of a man who had been "overtaken by the bitter pill of adversity." The Union Pacific, hearing that an attempt was to be made on tho l!.th to rob their train, found and destroyed the robbers' camp, cap turing one of them. diaries Robinson, a r. -loved man, was shot on the street ai Tucson, Arizona, on the ltth, by a man with whom he had been quarreling. The murderer escaped. San Carlos, Arizona, Indians, who were off their reservation on pas-es, are reported a3 having killed the driver of Lucy's express on the 13th, near Silver City. I iost on 7Y- )'! it : Positive, wait; com parative, waiter; superlative, get it yourself. William Finklea, an old prospector of Yuba County. Arizona, struck a very rich quartz ledge two months ago, but being unable to tind it again, his gone insane. Theodore Thomas is at the Burnett House in Cincinnati. He occupies the rooms which were tenanted by Jeiune Liud in 1351, and by Niisson in 1-S7-. Said that rather cynica'. journalist A to Lis "dear friend" P, "Yt-u K-ok as if you had been out nil night and had to meet your wife at breakfast.'" Said H mildly in reply, "Yea look as if you had stopped at home all night studying Jour own character." Misses Stemutz Yamakawa and Shige "a gvi, tuo young Japanese girls, who have been residing in private families in New Haven for several years, have been entered at Vassar College. The M.llie Maguires intend to put up monuments over the graves of some of their colleagues who were hung. The Bishop of Hong K ing has ordained three Chinese clergymen. Queen Elizabeth had fifteen hundred dress es at tho time of her death, Thk Chinese Theater opened last week, t San Francisco, with a now company which arrived by the last ate;mt-r from I'iiin-'.. The leading actor is paid a salary of 7,lXH) a year, under a contractor for two years. He is also furnished a room in the theater, hoard and a servant. He has had a large room fitted up for himself, and fnrnished with car pet, ami American furniture, at a cost of f 180, and has a mirror, costing $70, placed there. He w u!d m-.t consent to play until these arti cles were furnished him. IVscakoki T nics-Jur it'ir : We saw yester day at the Orand Prize office the richest and most beautiful specimen of ore that has ever been taken from the company's mine. It is somewhat larger than a man's fist, and is al most entirely composed of black sulphuret and crvstalized rubv, blended together in such a fanciful manner as to form a most ex pusue mineral boqnet. If was taken from the east drift of the ".20 lerel, about sixty teet from the the line of the Argenta Com p.iiiy's claim. Uk.no .!'.; Ellen McCov, the ronng lady who was run over by the emigrant train nielli before last at Wadsworth, had her left leg amputated midway between the knee and ankle aesterdav. The oneration was ner- formed by tho railroad surgeon, Ir. Bergman, assisted by the physician at Wadsworth. Much praise is due the ladies of Wadsworth for their kind attention to the young lady, who had just arrived from Ireland. A Parson's Evpjjiuk.sve. While the liev. (Jeorge K. Davis was in Virginia City the other day, his boy Sam (the Clmmicle funny man) enticed him into the 2,0u0-foot level of the Savage mine. When they got down there the dutiful son asked his paternal ancestor huw he liked it, anyway. "Well," cautiously responded the man of God, "if Beecher can stand this kind of thing, and still hang to his recently avowed views, he has more confi dence iu tho eternal comfort of sinners than I have. Come on, 8am. if we don't hurry up we won't yet out of this in time for dinner." Xecitifo. City Tr-twript. (is the 24th of this month John Mills, of Salt Lake City, took Julia and Emma Spencer, of St. George, and a Miss Owens, an English girl, through the Eudowment House, and married the three at one ceremony. That evening Antfus Cannon, brother of the Utah polygamous, delegatd to Congress, ave them a grand reception at his harm. A Pivif. Artist. Says tho Reno Gazette: Judge Crossett has a curiosity in the shape of a hickory cane made by an ingenious Piute. Enough of thu bark has been left on the up per end to form a full sized brown lizard and a beautifully vined leaf. The lizard is carved neatly and i3 liiVlike enough to be unpleas ant. Alexander H. Stephens is a candidate against General Gordon for the U. S. Senate. Pre'.ty yood for au invalid. Hartford, October '20. The four-year-old mare Elaine, owned by Governor Stanford of Calfornia, yesterday gave an exhibition of speed. The first mile was made in 2:2aJ, the second in '2:2i and the fourth in 2.24 1-5. It was decided to split the difference and give the figures at 2.2 U. a quarter second better than the best time heretofore recorded. A cat bit Mrs. Crittenden of Middletown, Conn. , two years ago. She was strangly ill for a time, and has since been almost help less, her nervous system being thoroughly disarranged. She cannot speak without stam mering, and some of her symptoms are like those of hydrophobia iu a mild form. Buffalo, October 20. The slaughter-house and pork -packing establishment of Christian Klench, in East Buffalo, was burned this morning. nly about 40 out of some 400 live hogs were saved. Estimated loss, 4200, tiOO. Mme. Ann P-isnoe has settled in England and will devote her time to teaching. SV.W ADVERTISEMENTS. JkCRASMD BALL! THE MANAGEMENT CARS 0 H OPERA HOUSE sooiAti nor Wednesday Eve, October 30th, Pr.cods l-y V '-y ftr a new Floor Oanva, which will be put down for tho oeca-mm. rlC BT TAHVEV'S VVLl. BAND. TICKETS (inchi-lhi,! S:irivr. sr.jncrou'.ly !!-) v:.i.-l bv U.-.- l-ir.-o.- .i-al !..! Aul .VN-icty). aiimi'.tin? enticm-ut and uJi-.-s ... By orJi-r of Carson, October ?"tli, ls"j COMMITTEE. CARSON OPERA HOUSE. M RTII & I.AWUOR HaKTvN il I L.L. Masaohks. . . . . A-.a'iNvi Man aokb. TWO NICHTS ONLY ! MONDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 2lh, Th.; pojmWr actor MR. FRANK MAYO Ah - DAVY CIIOCKETT TIMSOAV EVENING. OCTOBSK 30th. A liAOCF.K in Boin-icanlt's (jreat Omnia, The STREETS OF NEW YORK, St PPOlvTKO F.V TflK California Theater Company, liii'ludinr the universal favorite MAGNIFICENT 8CKIiU BV VOKGTHS UNION SQUARE UNDER THE S0W AKD THE G BEAT FHU SCENE- Keu-ved se.'ii at the usual place. CARSON CITY SAVINGS BANK. BANKERS, BROKERS AD FIRE INSUR ANCE AGENTS. CARSON CITY, - NEVADA. MINING STOCK UOf'GHT AND ON COMMISSION. tjTl.ibernl Maririns aIloel on Approved Stocks. "Pi San Franciscii ('orrcspoiiih iit Latham ,fc l':u-S'm, Septclllbl-r 1, 177. DEALEK IN' Groceries, Egg, Oramj-e. Uinont, Frh uml Orteil rrait. Pineapples, Banana.!,' Cherries, (.raiits. 0 ciantit9, cyetnbles. Confectiinen, N ut.8, Fresh Fish, Frenh Ranch Butter, Tobacco, Ciiran, F.U? Ktc. .EteJ PLACE OF BrsiXESS: No. 3, Hoath Carsun tret, oipoH ll Capitol, ('ureon City, ev. mvfitf .1. IVA.VOOVrCH JACOB TO B R I H R, W1JOLBSM.K AND KKTtll. DRALKK IN IMPORTED ANO DOMESTIC CIGARS, PIPES. SMOKERS' ARTICLES, CUTLERY, Ktc Etc Kle. ARLINGTON BLOCK, CARSOV C ITY NEVA DA. ja.nl m PaOF. E. K. MELONE, OP VtKOINIA C1TV, NOW PRKPARBD TO FIfRNISH Matte tar Ballsy Partina and CI n lis, At Rtea to Hmtt lh Tlmn. t'Clubs forming Jor practice or tuition in iWnrinpr will fluil it to their advantage to commiuiicat witc the Pro fessor. Addrea: P. U. Rox i'.S. ortim ORMSBY COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. n .ri.'oi or tiik sRown jroiom, dibtkict. C. Iv V arian oi Washoe County For Senntor. Charles Wilm - H. G. I'ark.-r ( K. N'. Ooouilis S T. Swift Fur ABeTnb!vma . For Sheriff For IUtrict AtUirney Trenmor Coffin For County Trevinrcr Jamoa Fraat-r For County Clerk Alfred Uelm Fnr County R.nit-r Fred. O. Turner For County Assosior E. B. Pi x ley For Puhlii: Administrator fobn O. Kersey For Superintendent of Public School E. A. Mood;. For Count? Commissioner, lonff term John E. i'henoy For Ountty CouuniiisioiK-r. aliort term. ... ..In-tiiey Morris For Jubti'.-e of Penee. Crioii Towiisliip. . . .C. A. Withcrcll For t'onstaole, t'arson T"wnsnip L. Stern For School Trustee, Carson Townsliip, lone . . jia) rjg texm I Ktr School Trustes, Carscn Twiwliip ) .1. J. Tinu hort term ('Marshall Itobinson For School Trustee. Empire Town A (Rns.h) bhip, l.n ttiin ( " ' For SchiKtl Trustees. Empire Township, s. I.onLfjhiiu,rh Soort term J S, E. Jones For Justice of IVaee, Empire Township J. A. Hoowr IV Constable, Empire Townsliip ...VT. M. Lans PLATFORM ANO RESOLUTIONS. The Republicans of Onnsby County in convention as sembled, rcneain their allegiance to the jyidyins princi ple! of their glorious party and r solved upon their vindi cation, set forth as follows: Krsolnrii, That we do hereby ratifv and endorse the ac tion of the Republican State Convention lately held at hureka, both m rc.sji.-et oi t lie pmtionn mere aoopieu :uni the candidates thereby .!aced in Domination for s-sitioin urder the goveniment of the State; ami we hereby pled-e railroads for their 111) just anil Oppressive di.4-iu;--.el-."es to use all liouorahl.j and just means to secure ', j;,,. ;., o ' r r; k 1 the election of the said nommees. el iminations in the matter of treihts and l!v:.hf'ii. That every candidate coming before this ( on veutioit, set.-kiiii; a nomination, shall pledge himself to .upiort the entire Kepubliean ticket, State, county and township, and to lend all hi aid and influence toward the election of the same. iitvnlred. That the brilliant record made by the Hon. John P. Jones, as a Senator in the Congress of the t uited States, meets with our unqualified appnual; and ws a substantial cndorsemei t of his course, in all things, and especially in behalf of the renionetizati'in of silver, e hereby instruct, the candidates whom we liny nominate to the Senate and Assembly, to cast their votes for his return to that body, so Ion,' as he shall continue to be a candi date, for re-election at the hands of the incoming Legisla ture. O. P. Wit.i.it-, A. I.K.wis, TllOS. tiKFK, S. C. Wrioiit, F. f). STAnrut'LLsr., County Central Committee. ELECTION NOTICE. 'V'OTICR m HRRi BV GIVKN THAT OV JJ t,e "rit- TUESDAY, THE 5th l'AV OF NOVKM 6KK nct, at the Curry Kninc House in Carson City, and at Adam Welter's new builJiiiK, Empire City, rmbj County, State of Nevada, an Klection will be held fjr state, County and Township Officer, to wit: 1 M-'mber of Contrress, 1 Justice of Supreme Court, 1 Coventor. 1 Lieutenant Governor, 1 Secretar- of State, I Clerk of Supreme Court, 1 Controller of State, 1 State Treasurer, 1 Attorney General, 1 Surveyor General, 1 Superintendent of Public lasiruction. 1 Iiistriet Judge, 1 State Scnat'T, 3 Asscuibivuieti, 1 Siierirf, 1 District Attorney, 1 County Clerk, 1 County Treasurer, 1 County Kccorder, 1 County Assessor, 1 Public Administrator, 1 County Surveyor. 1 Sujicrintendeiit of Public Seh'vis, 2 County Commissioners tlon- ami ohorrtrni?), 1 Justice of the Peace, 1 Constable, 3 School Trustees. Which said election will oc otnt-d at ei-.-ht oi-lock i?i the niormn. anil win continue untiL six o clock :u the atiLr noon of the same dav. The ballrits used at said election shall he of ood Quality of white b-Mtk paper. 10 inches lout,' by 1 in width; the names thereon printed shall be in bourgeois or brevier capitals, the designation of office in brevier or nonpar!".l. urn t no lorm of priitnnu shall ne on tin- b it mai -m -t ti. ballot. I'ated this 1-Jth dav uf (.h-tobcr. A. D. AI.FCKD If KI.M. Clerk of the Hoard of Countv Cotumis-ioiiers E W GOODS! AND E W PRICES! Hv. i"' r-vcivei! an unusuul lur'C stock this Si.ritic. v.: linve c-mclwui l t i make a reiiu--ti--M i:i evcrv lip.-,- oi ow.is iu our store, iiml mvifc ecrvi,oily t cji. aoa ciui'.iinv Ihituselvis bcfori- j.urchasin-r elscliere. We e:i!l jurtic attcatiou t our late addition if Groceries, Liquors, Hardware, Crock ery, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Wall Paper, Hats. Tobacco and Cigars, Which we are now offering lower than uiy house in the si.ste, and will always sruarautee satirtfaotion in quality oi Uoous. Weight and M-.-m-ire. Uou.ia delivered in the city and !iei;borhoiHi free of chiirc. H.VHItIS DUOS. Carson, Mav ft, 1S7S. EXCHANGE F.OTiSSERlE. M. CLESCOVICH. PROPKIETOIl. Northenst r.ornor of Caraon and Secvnil Stt, S-T Pm'ly Knlrnnr on Seron.1 htrtt-t, Ippoit the Orin by House, J lUhed first cJa.su Restaurant and Oyster Stand is kept open from Si o cb:k A. M. until a a. m. The cookinc aim all the facilities are unsurpassed by any estatilisbiueut of tlie kind, Iicre or w.'se'.v here. e)idvr Mill reeoive prompt itttontlon. ClescovieU will auperintc-ml itursonaUy. July 7, 177 J. W. FOX, m. D., pHYSIC IAN AND 8 V 1 O R O X. Otnee r On Carnon street. In tlie I)ricklBuildiii!r niirt aonth of the Orinnby Block asil-tf DR. F. J. WHITE, OiTlri On King trt, at rear ot AVHlfa Di irtor, tW Realdenee at. tl.e Arlinijton Honne, Room N. f. CaJU promptly at -del, mifht 'r day. Carauo, Septeiuber 10, 1 aTti. FOR JU33E OF THE SECOND JUDlCUl OISTXICT, ORMSSY COUNTY CITIZENS' TICKET. For State Senator. . Fcr A-,souMyuiot! . B. 11. MJ,T ) E. F. Gihs-,n . - T. W. W l..v-.- H. II. liovr For Sheriff I.'.oy-l II,!) For Oistrict Attormy V. A. I'ricbvK For County Clerk J II. Marsf .ill For County Treasurer M. L. Yager For County Recorder I). H. ImIx For County Assessor H. H. Police For l'ullie Administrator E. F. Fotsk-r For Superintendent of Public Schools L. S. Green!- For County Commissioner (long term) lohn E. Cheney For County Coniinis- i-mer (short term) M. !1.m.i For Justice of tile IV ace. Carson ) Township .M'i.Mani M. C.-y For Justice of tlir Peace, Empire To'.vnship t For Const:Jde, C m on Tow nship For Constable, Empire Township For School Trustee, Carson Precinct (loiiff term) f ' . . . Ike ;.oV E. F. Mu .Jo Wx'-jr . ...O. Kel.y For School Tn..tces, (s!.ort term).. . . "'f' I!vki,-U" For School Trus'ee, Erui-ire Pre-1 cinct tloiif; tern;). .... . . .. For School Trustee (short term). Sunutl Lonyat ii'i ) W Kitincr j A. V e:u PLATFoliM ASH KKSOLl'TIOVS OF THR ClTIZF3i.i l'AKTY OF UKMSBV COI'NTV. We, the cilizL-ns of Crmshy County, adopt the following aa the platform on which, with out distinction of p.irty, we propose to iii.tiis the eiiHiiino; canvass. 1st. We are opposed to any repeal, mod ification or change of the law taxing the net proceeds of the mines. tiiitl.---Ve arraign t!io tr;inseoiitiner!f.l tares to and between points in this Mute, and we demand prompt legislation by Congress and tie State Legislature fx the correction of those abuses. 3rd. That the General Government shoul-l immediately take such stoj's as to absolutely stop the further immigration of Asiatics to out country; and that such just and peaceful measures should be adopted as may be appro priate and neceseary to induce those already amunj; us to quit our shores at the earliest practical moment. 4th. Wo repudiate and denounce the dvic trine that any public officer may disregard aad ignore the pledges made to. his constituents and on the f oith of which he was elected ; and doclare that if such practice be tolerated, it will result in the destruction of reprsentativj democratic government; and we declare tht no power exist whiyh can relieve officials from pledges made to the people previous to their election. 5th. That we view with alarm the increA ino and unceasing attempts of the money! powers of the Pacific States to control the emo tions and slmpo the legislation oi said States, thnt 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 institution and the freedom of the masons. th. .. f(, T!?at the stock brokerte business should be regulated by huv and the securiry of the people b? protected by proper legislative enactment. ORMSBY HOUSE carson cny, Nevada. J. T. PANTLiKD, PROPRIETOR. rpHIs l."G K.rtBLlSHKD an, I t , VOB. I ito Tublic House :iv!;:; ;-t.e l '.'.it i .-lew hau Is tnd ha .iu,' b --jii Thorouft'ily Reconatrut ted Thruuhcul It r.1 ct.luc' -.1 in ;l reict as a JPj.'&t Class Hotel. T: riti?.:i V 1'- t'.e ' .si. '.:-l.le d h re ::i Sti'o N . i,at THE GAR Is the most o-tr.l-;U and u.ost f-S-lv stock e-i of ;-ny h. 'b Tho l$iISiaal Hull Is the linest in W stern N-vhda; the --rrice eri to that .f the O'-s: bote's in -an Krai.ciseo. f IriotJ9 if Uard and lio mi rer.-. are rtvrulateii to g;iit the tiiiies. JOHN T. I'ANTLISO. rv.iprietor. Carsi.-u Jiiiiiarv I, THE WHITE HOUSE A FIRST CLASS JOHN T. C -.-son. yiiUti.br i, lST1. PAKTUND, Proprietor. FAMILY GROCERY. rHR CHOICEST XX U U A II EH T GROCERIES Fr fanii'y uj emutnutly tin baud 9TVor Nic. I.lttli. 'Ihltii-t Nl to BSm V Fannrf EUnbur CO TO CHENY'S. A gwierai assortment of Ui? bet tapl and choice rr Briea. FKI'Tij TU SUIT THE T1WKS ! JOHN" K CHENEY, A tains B'-k, CVrsoa '.r-:i, rr.r it Teicraph. January S, ISTi.