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I'lUBVV JJ'Lli IS. 179 STATE TKKASIT.U Y MATTERS. There is a moat noteworthy dillr-enee in the settlements made by County Trttustirera with the Stute Treasurer, for the uioniha of Jone, 1873 ami 1870. PumI into the suto Tie u.-y June, 1S7S ?;i.r)fl5 74 FlOu into the State Treasury June, lf.79 3;i,346 jit Usance in iaur of J mc, l:78, fti0.01.-i 85 Of this amount 55, 000 is attributable to the dectea.se in the products of mines, and the remaining 3.018 85 to the reduction on the rate of taxation. Thirty thousand dol lars of the State University Fund have been converted into United States 4 per cents., at a premium of 2 percent. A FaicHTFi i. Accident. On Tuesday a young Canadian named Blanchet was fright fully used up at Franktown, by the falling of a tree. Ills head had a wound three inches Ion?.', and face badly cut ; back severly cut und the skin literally torn from it ; arms and chest laaeerateu, hip jol ir dislocated and bone broken ; ankle dislocated and fractured. Dr. Kearney w?i.s telegraphed for, w ho visited the poor fellow and found him to be very low. Blanchet was brought to this city. Drs. White and Kearney were in consultation yes terday, and entertain same hopes of his re covery. PRlpran. John l).e, the Carson Exchange Knight of the srrciet, who committed an as sault upon the pt rson of Liilie Dale, turned up missing yesterday when he was wanted for trial at the Police Court. He was not re leased on 50 bail as was erroneous!- reported in yesterday's Appeal, but the District At torney permitted the chivalrous flunkey to depart on his own recognizance until wanted. This is doing business in rather a loose man ner, respecting which the District Attorney ought to make some satisfactory explanation, if be can. Installation The following officers of Carson Lodge No. 4, K. of P. , were installed last night, by District Deputy C. E. Laugh ton: C. C., J. E. Mack; V. C.,L. Anderson; P., A. A. Leper; K. of R. and S. , J. P. Meder; M. of F. , George Hawkins; M. of E. James Hunt; M. at A., E. J. Powers; I. G. , A. Leport. Departures The following passengers de parted on the southern stajre yesterday morn ing: Mrs. Heddlcd and boy, W. Monroe, W. Jackson, F. Gilford, Mrs. Bollon and child, C Soloman, Win. Huberts, J. Acres, Jaiues Tremaine, li. Moile, E. W. Wells, M. Tobey, W. D. Fink, W. P. McArdle, lien Craig. Mr. John Dormer, of the Esmeralda I It raid, returns to his altitudiiious home this rooming. We are pleased to state, lor tlie satisfaction of his friends in Aurora, that he has conducted himself in an exemplary man lier while with us. Miss Amy Sherwin sang for the Reunites last night. The charming little songstress' ultimate destination is E.iropo, w here she will no doubt at some future day create a great furore. Gbo. R. Atkinson, of the famous tailoring firm of Atkinson & Doming, Rockford, Ills. , will be in this city to-day, and can be found &t the Ormsby House, with a tine lot of sam ples. The Southern Transportation Company have changed their schedule of time for leav ing Carson and Bodie. The daily line will hereafter leave Carson and Bodie at 5 P. m Abrivals The following passengers arrived yesterday afternoon : T. S. Merchant, C. J Boskowitz, R. P. Rothwell, J. F. Lirin, S Asohim, R. F. Brooks, T. S. Pennfield. The following shipments of bullion from Bodie have been made from the 7th to the 14th inclusive: Standard, 13,147 42: Bodie, 3- 213 58. Total, both mines, 7fi,3lil. Swift's springs is growing to be a profitable bit of property. The water is said to be the best in the State, and, in consequence, the patronage is daily becoming greater. The hoisting works on the Cowing A Zabris kie are up ami working to a charm. Before long look out for some startling and good news from that mine. Governor Kinkead was at Virginia yes terday, conferring with the Committee as to the most systematic method for distributing "Sagebrush Leaves." Mr. Matt. Rinckle is having his beauti ful brick residence paiiited. The color will be a shad-j darker than that of the Carson Savings Bank building. Mr. G. W. Bryant, of the Mint, returned from San Francisco yesterday afternoon. He says that the city is comparatively duller than Oarson. Col. James G. Fair arrived in San Fran cisco from the Sandwich Islands on Wednes day, greatly improved in health, wo are pleased to say. Mr. R. Freb Brooks returned from Mair. moDth City yesterday, looking as if that new section had agreed with him. Professor Eimt-.kck, of the I'. S. Coast Survey, will establish a camp of observation at Como within a few days. I Thb weather is growing excessively hot. 'ere it not for the daily breezes, there would much sickness in town. ALPINE COUMTY MINING MATTERS. A gentleman well informed in the matter, stated to an Appeal reporter that a new and prosperous era is dawning for Alpine County, lis mineral resources, which have been lying dormant torso many years, are at tracing the attention of California, as well as Eastern capitalists, who will, before the expiration of the current v:ar, make investments with a view to allowing up the great mineral deposits existing there, and which only re quires the judicious expenditure of not a irreat fortune to briny; them to lirht. At present, the Colorado No. 2 mine, at Monitor. under- the direct management of Mr. N. D Arnot, Jr. , is monthly turning out a hand some amount of bullion, which will hereafter be sent to the Carson Mint for coinage. Only a year ago this property was looked upon as somewhat unprofitable, and now its future wil be sure of dividends for the stockholders Our informant assures us that there are nam berless other mines in Alpine couny which would by a reasonable outliy of coin make as irood a showing as the Colorado No. 2, if not a better one. The introduction of outside cap ital into Alpine, which is now beyond bein problematical, will give the mining industry there a new impetus, and it is not at ail un likely that the exciting days of 1802 and 18tU) will again be lived over in that high mining county. That rich mines exist there no one who has visited Alpine, and knows anyt'nin about mining, will dispute; it only requires a little money, as has been said before, to as sure the world of its hidden resources. Disappointed Elopers. Virtuous Virgiuia is drifting toward an exceedinly immoral state The social condition of that once moral town is becoming alarmingly degenerate. On Wednes day evening's train from Viginia a billing and cooing couple were wending their way Reno ward. Upon their arrival at the so-called garden spot of Nevada, the couple were met at the depot by an elderly gentleman who parted the loving twain in a very quiet man ner, in fact it was done so smoothly that scarcely any body would have known that a little elopement was being checked. The young lady is the daughter of a well to do family residing in the city on the side of the hill, which is so rapidly losing its reputation for strict morality, who fell in love with a profligate miner. As is usually the case, an inexorable and cautious parent forbid a union of the two. The young lady fled from the parental roof and was secreted in the city by her lover for a couple of days, and he also kept very shady during that period. The dis appearance of the girl naturally created reut alarm in her family, the members of which were determined that she should not marry the man of her choice. All avenues of escape were closely watched by relatives and friends; an uncle even went to lleno and carefully ex amined every train that came in from Virginia. Vet the infatuated couple managed to elude the vigilance of the young lady's family, and they found their way to this city in a buggy, leaving here on the cars. At Reno the watch ful uncle rescued the girl and took her back to Virginia, without making the least scene about it. The young man could not have been very greatly infatuated, for he gave up his intended bride without a " kick," and pursued his way to San Francisco. Had Car son been the home of the above scandal, how the Comstoek papers would have gloated over it in three or four column articles, and crowed over the immorality of the Capital; but asresi dents of Virginia are the actors in this dis graceful farce, they say nothing about it. The eloper's name is Jerry Harriman, but, out of consideration for the girl and her family, we will not give publicity to her name. Give its a Rest. The Foui light is at pres ent fearfully agitated about the Carson papers gush over Mr. John T. Pantlind, of the Ormsby. Its slurs are directed against Mr. P. ; what the grudge is we are unable to say ; but it is true that its comments are unjust and uncalled for. We will not attempt to dis guise the fact that the subject of the Foot lighfs unkind cuts is soniewht eccentric and lays himself liable to the envious criticisms of those who are unable to do as he ; yet, his eccentricities are harmless; they do not injure any one, and if they please Mr. Pantlind, whose business is it ? He is a generous, live and public spirited man, who, during his short residence in our midst, has done much for the town He has been foremost in nearly everything that would be of advantage to this city, and never begrudged expending his own monev for such purposes. Mr. Tantlind is a citizen who would be a benefit to any town, and when we say that we are sorry to loose him, we express the hearty sentiment of all respectable people of this community. He is entitled to all the "gush' he ever received from the Carson papers, and more too. Carriages and Buooies. Mr. J. H.Wil son, General agent of T. T. Haydock, a noted manufacturer of Cincinnati, Ohio, is in the city with a splendid stock of carriages and buggies, which he desires to dispose of at reasonable figures. All that remain unsold on Saturday, July 25th, will be sold at public auction. Mr. Wilson s office is at the store of Mr. Geo. B. Webb, Post Office Block. Train Delayed. The lightning train from San Francisco was delayed four hours yester day, by the burning of 1,500 feet of snow sheds at the other side of Cisco. It is sup posed that the sheds were set afire by incen diaries, i Man fraueisoo Jt(8i Exibauvr (ie. MORNING BOAR! Ophir, 3.'i.$ 37 Mexicui 2'J i Ui.uM Scurry IV.4 VO'.J tiot vV l!ea-ii'T,i a California. 4W v.'e, 1 KcUl.UcK, 4 60 Crown Point, 5 Commence, 1 1 1- Consolidated Virginia' 4 "S Chollar, 6?i P.tosi, 49J 5 Hale & Noreross, L"? i, 15 Yellow Jacket, 13 Li Imperial. 1 li.) Alpha, K-leher, p'u ft Sierra Nevada, 4J, 42 l:toh. IS Bullion, OS ?8 Lxchequer, (Pi, Overman, 9"'4 Justice, r',' iSuecor, ire I nion Consolidated, 7. So 'J A ita, Ladv Bryan, 1, 00 Julia, 3 35 360 Caledonia, 2 35 Silver Hill, 1 (W, Challenge, 2 00 New York, t0c Lady Washington, 1 Phil Sheridan. 7 c Ward, 1 Wackay, 1 45 Solid Silver. 30c Scorpion, l-' Benton. o:i N. Bonanza, 1 40 North Con Viraiiil S' ,' Flowery 30 Leviathan t!0 Amies, 1 1 3 Con Dorado -2 05 UVEN'INU BOAtU). Itiymond & Ely, 4 K'ir-jka Con. 15.. 15 Leopard, 1. 1 ::3 Silver K:n 7 Cila 105 Manhattan Sd tirioid Prize. 3 95 Independence 'i S3 Hechtel Tiptop 75 Bodie 17 An-ei.ta 1 ;0 I My U5 Albion jr.c S. Hoiie Hooker i 10 "!ono s'-j' Con. Pacific 7H Jupiter 1 Tioira 4 Summit Noonday 4 t5 Vortex 50 M.-Clinton 120 Northern Belle, 4 SA) Champion, 70 Coodshaw. 45 Bulwer. 77s Black Hawk. r4', Kelvidere, 1 15 Syndicate. 1 M;tniniouth. , II B. Isle 3 Paridise 1 40 Dudley, 191) Aurora. 30 Ojleen Bee. J5 West Pac. 40 M White. 5 M Belle 45 I'niveisity. CO Creosus 20 S Bulwer, 85o Oriental, 15 Orient. tiO Addenda. 50 All the Bodie stocks were a little off yes terday. Ovioms weighing three pounds are in the market. Senator C. C. Powning was in the city yesterday. Mr. Lincoln D. Wright, late Chief Com- nittee Clerk of the Senate, is in the city. Fok a pleasant, cool drink, prepared in the most artistic style, go to A. Marston's, at the Opera Bar. The Southern stage brought in three bars of bullion yesterday, c-juslgu.a to Weils, Fargo & Co. The following telegrams are at the Western Union Telegraph office; Geo. Thornton, John Perlanda, Dell Wilson. A. L. Edwards, the prominent Virginia Insurance agent, was on the lightning train last evening, on a trip for his health. NEW WILSON SFvYING MACHINE. Kxpcrienee has proved that the beit is the cheapen , and the fact apply jrenerally. But jut at presen t we are roinj to talk about SKWINU MVCI11NK-S. The sein machine in its most perfect form is peculiarly an Am .-ri- cau invention. This industry, which ha already readied such inn-antic prop -rtions in this eountrv. is desr.im-d t increase, for our sew in,' machine manufacturers have the entire world as a market for their -roods. Anions the few leading machines, the Wilson, us formerly constructed, is undoubtedly one of the hest. 1 be New Wilson ma chine, which is now upon the market, is remarkable for the peculiar combination of mechanism by which all of the movements re.piired to make the stitch are effected by few ml simple parts. This nvichine is th ; result of years of experiment conducted by skilled workmen. The Wilson Sewin-j M ichine Company have in their new ma chine reduced the number of both movin-f and stationary parts to a wonderfully small number, Mid such part- as are imployed are s i disposed that littlt powtr is reouired to overcome inertia. The machine in onsei-ueiiee runs lightly ami evenly, and may be prop lied by foot power at a very hi.Lrh rate of speed. The - -n Sewing M ichine Com any, with the spirit whiei ! "-icterizes Western enterprise, have built up a larire a id . -osperous business, which is conducted in one of the li buddinirs in Chicago, and they are now reaping the benefits f plac ing the prices of sewing machines, on a re-smable scale. It is a fac," not eenenlly known, that the Wilson Sewiuar Machine Company were the first to cut down hisrh prices, and and to offer a first-class machine at a f.iir price. Mr. John U. Fox is the Carson City arent for theie machines, at whose pl iee of business they eati he inspected. A com parison of machines and prices is invited j!4-lm SETTLE ! SETTLE ! All those iudebted to Frank Boskowitz, of the One Price Clotliintf Store, are requested to settle uptheir accounts ou or before the 1st of August, 1S70. jctt-lm VARIETY STORE. PKR.1 HOl'K BLOCK. o CAIt-OX CITY. NEVA D 4 . Perfumery, Toilet Soap, New Am-riean Maehines, Machine Oil and .Needles, Jewe r', Ihrouios luid 1'ieturo Frames, Braekas, Stationery, Yankee I'atent. No tious, Combs, Brushes, l'oeket Knives, ;tfis sors. Household Tools, Shelf Paper, And countless other things not to be found else where in Carson. IVop in aud take a look at this complete Variety Store. Jeiatf CA!VINA ALLEN. J. H. Fil A H S H A LI, AOKXT FOR II OMS MITT UAL ANO OTH'K LOAD- 1G IiVSCKANCE COIIP.W tT OHIcn at John O Fox Bookstore Carson, January 20, 1879. OR. Fm J. WHITS, Otflcv t On Kintr ntrC nt renr ot Willi Drajrtor, t-W Reeidonoe at the ArlintonlIoiise,8R"ai"5o. 6. CalU proumtly attondetL niht orjday Oarson, September 10, 1878-t FRANK BOSKOWITZ. FxTEfSCH APIT TAILOR, li M:N'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING H A.TS AMD CAPS, u BOOTS AND SHOES, The Only Ona Price Clothing Store in Carson ! fOUSTf BUILDING, Carton ilr-L ()ri)n City, Nvnt&. .l.Htl OCCIDENTAL IVKBT ISU FJ.F.U NTABLK, Out.!, hi Or C ARSoN Al Ml SfcH STRBKTS OVf-VNTrt CDISOl HI lU'ISCi, CAHS..K CITY, Nit V ADA. The undersigned have one of the nuist eotiyletc atnlbest Stocked l.irci y Stable iu the Btatu. Carriages, buggies. and Saddle Horses Aiway? on hand auJ at moderate ftgrure. IIri-M nartle(( by tlt Iay, IV opt or I;nth The public are invited to examine oar vehicle uid kind and n'cni'e live stock. jelatf ELK1 St KKYSKH. Proprietors. Telegraph Cigar Store, J. 1'. F.1HUKM. Proprietor tlTHlLK USTEMm; TO TE TRI.B. H (;K Al'IUC tiek, and oneeuiaiinir an to how luueh Vtui '.vere out by not having bolieH or t. ttuiHtK-k8 uurint; the yt d-.-ul. y..n liny tiad relief hi riiiikin the ttK'k Sh-'p, -eltin ihe ear of the man behind the Telentph tiar Store eounu-r. and ti-iutf some of fins imiortetl eiirars, fine flavored chewimr toiiae-o. etc. t'r if not in on the last eonu r, and not realy for the imported luxury, a( Uie elegTapti Clar Btoie you can get A DAISY OF A BIT CICAff. Always on hand smokers' materials, ineludinir meer- schauins, bi-ierwotnl and other aric-tie of pipes, Mmokin UibaeiM, iiipe eterna, eiaretted, cigarette paper: and in short, evervthiuir to be fount iu a fiixl-elasn ebtabhiihmeiit of thekiiKl, Telegraph Ciirar Store, Ormnby Bulldinsr, Carson Mrtwt, i.orson. Je2U Booth's Oysters, - $1 per Can. GEORGE PERA51CH, SAN FHAH0ISC9 MARKET, WDoleale and retail dei.ltr in FRUITS, VEJKTABLEi, CON FECTlOXd, ETC HHK rXDERSIBXKt) HAS O! BAND X and ia daily roeeiviiig the Choicest Fruits, l-'reBheiit A'rrtabta. Bt of Confections. rhoit Havana Ciaxarii, Poultry, Ruuth V-Ut, Ktc. X. B.-Orde rectioiis. promptly fl!!ed and delivered 9 pir UiiOlttiE I'EKASICH. Csrson street next to Theater ISaloon Oii:i2A 12 A It A nd ladies saloon. OPER IIUKE BlILOIXfcl. WIM'STON, - - Manager. t-ir st hranuji -f l.iau irs anil iirarsi always on baud llie eelet-mri l a Kjttfe and out .Miller Wuikies and Opera c'iuars a specialty. The I,.rIEs SALOON, to the rijrht of the main entrance to the Opera Home, i- litted up tastefully, and here lee Cream, rniits anu fieirie in seasi n, aud C-.ke3 arc to be had at all times. Wines of all kinds furnished on order, jelt-tf CARSON CITY SAVINGS BANK 35KKE33, BROKERS AFD FIRE INSUR ANCE AGENTS. CARSON CITY, - - NEVADA MIXING STOCKS BOCGHT AD OS COMMISSION. SOLr i3"Llbtral Marjng allowed on Aprovel 8tekB."Ji an Franeieeo Correspondent Latham & Klnj Carson September 1, lh77 Gr. 33. X7V Jt3 33 23, (Successor to J li. Cormaci.) AUCTION AMD COMMISSION BUSINESS, AND DIALER IS NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. I AM PREPARED TO DO ALL BINDS Or' IPUOI.S 1 EUINU. Houses to Rent. House and Farm Ilelp 8iiiplied. Goods eiold on Couiniis&iou. firi m City. N'cvil i, belwran th rsrion Sivinira Kink and tue t'uHtotUre Muy 7, 1S79. ap4 DIKE'S ' rfX S 4 W 1 A, t: PROPRJKTORS. o PPOSITE THK NTATK VAPITOL. Cttraon st.rvtt Carson City, Nctvaila. "STDRJNKS --- - 1 2 Cents" THE FINKirT I5IUN1S OF WINES, LIQUOJTS, CIGARS ALWAYS OX HAND. Carnon, April i. 1S79. IXTHKDISTH'f r f- l'iT OF TIIK i:ITKn STATUS for the District of Nevada. In the matter of John S. I ilrick, bankrupt, in bankruptcy Notice is hereby jfiven that John S. I'llriek, of Carson CiU, in still District, heretofore duly adjudged hunkrupt according to law. has hieu m this tourt a in-titi. n praviitu for a uio- ehakre from all his debts and cither claims provable under the Keused statutes ot the ( iuteil States, and that 1 1 t. DY, -he -29th day of JILY, 1S79, 10 o'clock a. M., and the court-room of said Oourt, in Carson City, have been apM)inted as the time and pla.-e for hearing the same, when and where any per -ion interested may appear and show cause, if any there be, whv the paid ctition should not be trrmted. t. J. EDWARDS, Clerk Carson City, Jaly 1, 1878. "- y2 l't. ?, a. wneisEn & co. Carson &tre oimer of flflusser. Cars;, n otty, rc-v. KNptR P. .. w x a ir tt ft t, tltey uinooiMX' ui tftiir) inform the pi blii that n pnoea, Otuiiise Ui. j Lower than any oter Hou3e fn the County ! rhoy dif ompetition, and ash iimx-mumix U wq tL ir price '" .ho-1 of .uiv and all dealurn M A X I OK HARDWARE, Nails. Kett!e3, Wooden Coods, Tinware, Shove s, Picks, PAIXTS A5 O I 3, Class and Crcckery ware. Sashes, Doers, Window Glass KI'SbfeR OOODN, Wall. PAI'KH, KOWSHS AND PAPERS, Washing Mach's. A i?.-iinilet Tin shop and Hinis?tetit orjr,tf. numbing slid ;ns l'"ittii!jf dote. ALL WORK WARRANTED. Mar 10, 1S78. P. A. WAGNHTk Saddle Rock Chop House AM 0. 10 KING STflKKT. CVRSOX, XEV.l)A. nmviNo nrrrn rp tiik akove pucr is ftrnt clu4 tvle. ! vili be on tiaiij u Bene mipW uu en, b"th da and ui'ht. Oysters in Every Style, CL.1D Cbtrwder everv Friduv. and all tlie claini of fl uiarket eoiiNtiuit.lv on hand and served up in Epicurean ct le. S'JRCAT DINNERS A SPECIALTY. Fttiulll Snpplldl with Ir Cream of It l.o w-t Hat. B0A3D BY THE O&Y OS VHK. uivK nt: a call kr, a SAM E. TTtT.?' JACOB KUuLERV3 Hair DrosfjinvT 4.HD- BATH J i 9 EMPORIUM.! ALL HOURS, t'srwa SC. xt T)Mr to fti ourl ltent Latit-a Hair Work of ail kimln maJti uv in tlc Nt kt4 mmi substantial uiiirintT. This Foiisoriil tUibtishmnt la the m"ft (orr.ift' .thefeuu. 'jalll JA(XR MI LKKK. IV..prii-1-..r PEOPLE'S MARKET. OFPHH U. . 1II&T. Klliril CitOPr !., llHyo ITTM HILL . H:itKI . I'rtprtMrir. B Sin ton, Litnib. Xrni mn-l Por. All raicx) iu Cannn Valley aiid eluoltt-.-Ttd thorn, dir frout the patitunure. Umi, UiroD, Corned) Dett, ToDgiM, Eta. POI LTRT AND t flD '.f all kinds kept eouftantl; vt hand aud killed Ki .rd.r H A I S A il E tf UV ALL RINDS UEi I C II K E M R A DPKCMLTV, ' tloods pioinptly ileliver-l free of eh vy1. All kn't f joints M.'ieitifH-a.iy pu'. up tor iook!ijr. Call at the People's Market airl purchiuc naiive friebUr jet.iU THE OBiilSBY HOUSE. CITY, RSVADA. HEADQUARTERS F3H ALL THE ietf S TEETH! TEETH! w;'.-jb Pfrlft 1'itttiis: il the A-ui of IX-iititiry. All other branches are Vn inciiiiirt to mcrith Persons who have been we-inuir til-l'k:i.kr. niicfittini; slid ent-ral!)- uiiKatisi'.u-of teeth, ma It: ty iih xHTiened or empirical dentist-i, will do wel1 t-i rall on the underpinned. wrio will re er tneiu tomaiiyw'to have irieu, and kiu-w the Uitferetiec betwoeii irool aud bail deiiti-trv. Twent y-fivo Yr Ilono-nbl PretK In Cut ormai mil Cnmun City. V. ItlT.I.INOK. Dentu-t, Rinekel lu-n k, Ca:s., Nti-a.lv April 10, tf X.bNrB ilf fARSON AN II FKiHTOH VTI. ELIH. I rt hoill and retitu d siro 'he firr. iuiw i-ontair, tr finest set of side-boart)-t to be found in the ritv. wtoTe will alwuys be found the Is sf approve! ami named H iiitu and Litpiors. anil the lin-st bra,, (Is of t'ijf rs. A fine Hd Uard Tat,le i!id 'lub rsiin in connection with the hoitfe. (Jne us a call. je-24.tf (IIKSON .V DKM.Y. Propr'ctonl DR. H. P. SWAIN, Cjt'HUKUN AND DEMIST, H Han Kraneisoo. dwre ti iuf. rnt the niblte tlal h will he at the Carson rjctinnire litl in this eitv on aad alter July 1, ls79, IV DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. riMK PAKTi:KIIII FOKMEIII.V EI' 1 IS I I MI between Mrs. J. Sle yer and M. Colin, ia the dry ifoo.ls busiiiess. Is dtsgolv-d from this dt!, Mr. J. Sheyer re-irinir. Parties owin$r the hou are reiu rUk! to set le their accounts In-fore this and the first of Annuel. All unpaid acctmta on that du' will be placed in th hands of a collector. T' t . MH8. J. SHFYEK C-rsoo. Juiy 11. Ia79 "T. Z.' .? It. t;H.