Al'lT ia. !;
P, A. WAONER & GO,
Carson Street, ornor of fflusser.
Careen oity, Kev.
MrhiB i. p. a. w G n R ro,
inform the public that thuy announce uo eleoiiut
II prices, because the)' soil
Lower than any otWer Housa in
tho County !
Hey defy competition, and ask pnrcniwtrs t compan
liiDir prices with those of any and ail dealers.
ALWAYS Of HAM) A KILL. LINK
Naiis. Kettlos, Ycoilen Goods
Tinwara, Shove s. Picks,
iAIT A35 OILS,
Class and Crockery Ware.
Sashes, Doors, Window Glass
nuaiiF.it good. wi.l pa pk it
MOWS 3 3 AHD REAPERS.
A compete Tin shop n 1 competent workmen.
Plumbing aui Cus Fitting dime.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Mv 10, 1S7H 1'. A. H'VGM.Ji.
Booth's Oysters, - $1 per Can.
G O .T C 5 P A S i Z M ,
c , "i ci api . r rs ft .$ p 1
Urtii C A . . ?! V i 2 i J i!u i w I i
W:.,...iiia anil retail iletJer in
FXKSil FIUHTV Vi: iKTARVni, CONFECTIONS, ETC
CHAinGi- OF Fif?iVI.
l if ('": illlii:t HA ON HANI
J. and i itii.'y r.e-chic.g "liu
Choicest Frl, Kr-lft We', H"'
ot Cnf"!lou C i lf I'iiiuhk riiiati,
l.l,iy, Kanrh Kt):i. I.tc.
V n Or ! pruuiptly filled " i 1'-!it :-r-?.i in tor
re.na.Kii. GEoKi.E iijiVMi ll
Carson street nexi '' liu-ntcr Saloon
. PEOPLE'S MARKET.
nrr ! :i. s mr. mirth rikkon r., cvkson citt.
1111.:. A 1-f.ilSllH - Proprietors.
R-f. Mu n Lamb Val n( Pork
AH ri4 in Ui - Vail v and akttightered there, direct
ro:n toe po-sturage.
Uo.ua. Rir .i, Corner! Reef. Tongues, tie
I' H . T'S Y XO O 'IK
of .11 k..d-i kept cum-mity on hand and killed to order
d A U A 0 E S OK ALL KINDS.
El I) C II K i K A Sl'ECULTV,
Goods prompt 'y delivered free of charre AH kinds of
joints s.';ctKi ieVdy put up for cooking.
i;.ill at the People's Maraot an 1 purchasa :.V.i'-e treat.
ivEitT a si rr.s:i stable,
oohnka or caks and Mt'ssnit hthrkth. ouvmib Cimoi
BLItLBlKcl, CARSON CITV, NKVADA.
The under! med have oit of tho most complete ind best
p'-fc;koJ Livery SUblcs in the State.
and Saddle Horses
Always on hand aud at midt;rate figures.
nri Brlf!l by the Day, Week or 91 nth
The public are invited to examine ovt vehicles and kind
and jronile live clock,
jols-lf ELROD A KEVSKR. Prnprictora.
CARSDi. 03 TV SAV1N0S BANK
BANKERS. AND FIRE INSUR
SXlNIXa STOCK BOI'CHT AND POId
Liberal Maryirii allowed on Approved Stocks.a
aa FrAnoUo Cjrr3pandcnt Latham k Xinp
Cu-aon September 1. 1H77-
DISSOLUTION CF PAR fNEiU fllF.
rriiiR rinrwEitsiin hkrf,tfoke
1 cxisUn,; b.awi;!n K. M. Hunt a.id iJ H. Maish, do
in buiin i 8 in thij oily under tud linn name of
CAUSUX MILL. COWPASY,
la tliis day dimolvel ry mutual eon-ent, C H. Maishre
t.rini. K. M. Hunt will oontinne the hasines in on
nection with the l.ke luhoo I.ninher Yard, and will pay
all bills airiinst and is ulone a.ilnon. J to clleot all hi: In
du the old lirui. E. M HI NT,
C. U. MAkll.
Carnon City, July e, 187(5.
DISSOLUTION OP OPA 1 T El SHIP.
THE CO-PlKT.VCitIIlP II KR E T ' t'O It E
butwt-ttn J i in tloihtiiu an I Jaino Krauph, in the
blacksmith basluesn, in Carson iJity, ia dissolved by mu
tual consent. Mi-, lijih'ji'.i assum s ail the liabilities and
will collect a!! bills iav t ie iatu lirm.
Carbon City, Ju y 17, U73,
DR. H. P. SWAIN,
QttJiiiia..K AMI DEVTIST,
Of San Francheo, doir ti inform the puhiic that he
wol be at the Oars ji Exchange U Wi in this city on and
AJWr July 1, l<i, IK
J. l MARSHA Li,
o.he nvrvw ad ornca lead-
IVO INSUilANCK COMPANIES.
S. R E I W S T E I U ,
accessor to Reinstein Si Gibson'
f i oi Mr. Gibson in the Capitol sixiru, I ,ejr leave to
inform my oid c;ist.ji.irs ami the public in general that
hare on hand a fail assortment of
Which 1 will sell at prices that defy competition.
Parti rieslrlitir In nurrhaiw w'l tio welt
to rail m inn lefit- urclaainif
fSoixIs delivered to any yait of the city or nei)rtiorhood
Free of Charge.
V. It. Parties indebted to me will please call a-id settl
immediately. S. I! EIXSTKIX,
Wholesale and Retail Grocer.
Corner of Carson and Robinson .St., Carson City, Xev.
April 1. 1S7S)
I. KO??KiS & Co.'s
I V I.IVKV sri rs. at all irie .
t't L,!N'!':N 1)1' '! ..
!itt lH' K.S 1)Ak GOODS.
X1) A CoMi'LETE STOCK Of
AlT Olllc at John (i.
Catsuu, January 29, li7'..
Vox' Bookstore "El
c-.i! soon aid soccro Sarg3ins.
Carson, M iv 7, 1 ?. norl.i.
JI.VCK! I r?-II.DINiJ, CARSON fcTEET.
t A K S O X HIT T, X E V A I A.
A first class .neat market, keeping on hand a good sif
lirxf. Pork. Mutton, Veal.
1 aucTb. Aauitje, Ktc.
Which will be furnished to ou-tonicrs at lowest narke
sTALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTEXDED TOH
MATT. RIXCKKL, Propriet..r.
Dissolution of p&rteshsp.
THE PART1EBMIIP FORMERLY EX
ISi'lXi; between .Mrs. .1. Sl'tyer anil M C.hn, in
the dry jroods business, is disolv. il from lliis date, Tllrs.
J. Shejcr re'irinjr. Par:ios nwin; the house are reiU stt d
to settle their accounts before this and (he first of Ani;ut.
All unpaid accounts on that date will be p!:ee ! in : tie
hands of a collec-or. MliS .1. SHEVER,
Carson, July 11, 1S7:). M. Ct iH.V.
F3AMES. B.lACXfTS, WALL FCGK-TS.
CLOCK SMELV , ETC.
School airi Blank BoUg, ftat ontrv.
Sheet Music, ilusieid instrun:ciit. Cutlery.
Jrwlry, Toy Fancy ( ol ia nl H-iiijSf i
PI TlUK FKlMcS, of a 1 -Szes.
Old Boon, Mu-ilc. Serials or Pitlorils
Krmi iful y hebiiiKol.
Samples of hiiniiiif; on hand for insHCtion.
BEm 10'0:3 SH3T GUI 5 ANO R;FL5S.
Solfckin' Pistols, Cartridges and Ammunition of even
General Nev..pnr Ajfeticyt
Iaily Enterprise, Virjriiiia City Chronicle, Nevada and Cai
ifornia Dailies and Weeklies, Eastern Pictorials, .M: iraines.
and Periodicals promptly delivered to any part of towt
or countrv, ut the lowest possible rates.
11. FRED. UKOOK.S.
Opposite the Post Office, Carson City, Nevada.
8 TAT E PRISOU
B3QT ANO SHOE FACTORY.
itPEKIOH ARTICLE OP HBAVY
BOOTS AND SHOES
For sale at the
State's Prison, Carson, Nevada,.
Tba attention of ie trade is gpecially invited to the
bov gsMxls. Orion promptly executed.
CJ ;3. "BATTKRM AW, WTdoii.
CI RRAT CROWDS OF PKOPLK CON.
X stantly nishiiit to the larye Clothing Store of
KOPPEL & PLATT,
Comer of Carsun and Third Streets, opposite the
St. Charles Hotel,
carson crrr..... Nevada.
To view and purchase of their magnificent stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Men', Youth' and Boys Clotliing,
Of all the latest style, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, Shirts,
C Mars Etc.. Etc. octltf
OYSTER AND CHOP STA3D.
HAS OPENED A
CROP AND OYSTER STAND
In Georga & Daka's Saloon.
AT I, TUB nBMCAf-lKS OP TUB SR.SO.
will be serve J in excellent style, day aud ni'ht.
D KAISER, Proprietor.
J. R. SCOTT. : : Proprietor.
i. has been retitled, and has on hand the finest stock o
and CI3 4RS.
Ever broujht to this eitiy. IHs friends are invited to ca'l
ami nei for themselves. Don't forget the las in the
SF.?il-A.SU.tL fJEPORT OF THE Ciilif.tV
Office ok Cwnty AirDiTOR,
Otikbkv Copntt Nevada, .Ui!y 1, 1H70. 1
To the Hon. the Board of County Comnsisskiuors Ormabj
Couutv, .S'.ate or Nevada:
Tlie County Auditor respectfully submits tlio foliowia.'
rejKirt of the tiscai affairs of the said eouuiy for the six
months ending June KOth, is79.
llalaiue o:i hand at close of business December
3Ut, 1878 3 7,004 37
In the several funds the following:
In Ooticral Fund
In Contius'ent Fund 11 8s
in County Buililinif Repair Fund 1.70.1 42
:n County Treasurer's Salary Fund 2,2!I2 S.'i
In Railroad Fund 1.5S6
In Road Fund 4 5i
In State Fund 40 47
In Special School Fund 27
In State Schoid Fund. District No. 1 -3 71
In State School Fund, District No. 2 Hi Vi
In County School Fund 201 41
In County School Fund, District No. I i tti
In County School Fund, District No. 2 848 0:)
From Assessment roll, lS7ti 20
From Atsessment roil, 177 15 0
From Assessment roll, 1878 4r
F om Assessment roll, ls?l) 2'-' :
From 10 er cent, delinquent taxes, 1878 45 00
From net proceeds of mines for 1878 7! t 5 '
From net proceeds of mines for 187!) 5'-"- '-
From poll taxes, 1873 12 00
From poll taxes, l7rt 928 80
From county licenses 4.478 !H
From ;unhiin;r licenses 1,441 02
From State insurance licenses 423 00
Fr m fire insurau e tax on net premiums 8tH 41
From life insurance tax on net premiums 24 4"
From Oistrict Court docket fees 110 00
From fines in District Court (18 10
From fines in Justice Court 48 00
From rent County Buildimr 1,170 00
From care of indigent sick for other counties. . . 420 24
From expenses on trial of Thomas Flyim (re
funded by the State) 972 04
From Mate apportionment of school moneys for
January, 1S7! 2,175 DO
From sale of school warrants in Couutr School
District No. 1 3,000 00
To State Fnnd SU21 4S
To General Fund .'! 70
To County Buildm; Repair Fund 1.123 20
To Itii'.road Fund.. 720 til
To Coinitv Treasurer's Sn!ar- Fund 327 71
To Continireut Fund " 420 04
To District Judge's Salary Fund Ill Sti
To Ro;,u Fund 2 24
To County School Fund "27 :)0
To County School Fund, !isii'iet No. 1 S.OnO On
.--tate School Fund 2,175 3(1
Apportionnit iit of S ate school monevs, as made by the
County School Stiprrimnde'it :
To Mate Scliool Fund, District No. 1 1.7S1 48
To st5it Srhoo! Fund, District No. 2 324 03
To State School Fund. District No. 3 08 95
Apportionment of County fchool monevs, as taade hy
Sch ol Sup- riittendcnt :
To C iunly Si ho ! t-uiul. District No. l 511 72
To County Mhool I un.i. District No. 2 50 83
Tj County School Fund, llt.tricL No. 3 12 Oo
From Ccneral FunH -
I mi a ouut care of i; liioent siok J2.S2? 25
On aceoutit salary 4- fees Co. loli.'ers. . 8.571 Itt
i m account jury fc f 2.504 35
On account ,'ener.d exiwnses 2,052 95
Fr. -li State Fund -
On aivouiit State expenses J67S 28
On iivount June se'tli incut with State
Treasurer 1,701 46
From Rai'road FmiJ
On account interest on c 'uuty bonds
to June 10. I.s7!) ' $3,!)55 00
F'r.un Concui'tre' t Fund -
On ao ou.it eont'ue;ent expensn' ?'lrtl 50
From Coutuy i'uililin,' Repair Fund
On aceouni repairs on county buildu g 21 S 04
From lis:r.-,t J mice's --alaty Fund--
On .uroiuit KUarx- Di-tr ct .!uii.:e Ss7." 00
Fr.ett t'in;v Tr-'asurr's Saiary Fund
.tn a"C -n;nt -1 i.,.-y Cimnty Treamvr. . $750 f.t
r oiu l .tui t .ciio.i! Fund. District No. 1
On .iic -u-i: --.:;.!;. of to o-hvrs $3.vt". 04
Uii ;iec, tint ilielJ-. 'iltli expctist r. 045 95
Fr .m C.'urty School Fund. District No. 2
On acf"iiiit siury of teachers ?"70 00
On tteount inciiieiital expotisi's :0 5')
From County School Fund, District Nj. 3 -On
a.i-.ui'it saiary of teachers $12 i0
From State Sjhool District No. 1
On aivomit saiary of teache s SLb'j 00
From Mate School District No. 2
Oti account salary of teaciiers St"IS5 00
From State School District No. 3
On account salary of Uaciiers j03 00
TRANSPF.RS M DE t
From Countv Treasurer's Salary Fund to Gcncial
Fimt ". '. SI, 917 85
From General Fund to Count, Treasurer's Salary
Fund 207 21
From General Fund to District Jndtrc's Salr.ry
Fund 763 04
From County Building Repair Fund to General
Fund . ." 2.100 00
From General Fund to Pailuard Fund 1,!KK) 00
Balance on hand January 1, 187!) $17,004 37
Receipts, for 6 months ending June 30, 1879 18,209 96
Disbursements, 6 months ending June SO, 1879. 30,48 ) 06
Balance on hand July 1, 1S79 8-1,725 27
AFI'ORTIONRD AS FOLLOWS :
To the General Fund 1,593 95
To the State Fund 1,211 23
To the County Building Repair Fund 515 58
To the County Treasurer's salary Fund 159 92
To the Railroad Fund ". 258 60
To the Road Fund 6 80
To the Contingent Fund 181 32
To the County School Fund 233 10
To the County School Fund, District No. 1 240 79
To the County School Fund, District No. 2 304 42
To the County Schcol Fund. D strict No. 3 06
To the State School Fund, District No. 1 19
To the State School Fund, District No. 2 2 09
To the State School Fund, District No. 3 5 95
To the Special School Fund 6 27
Statement showing outstanding indebtedness of the
county July 1, 1879:
County bonds from No. 83 to 200, inclusive giv
en to V. & T. R. R. December 10, 1809 $113,000 00
Accruel interest on same to July 1, 1879 439 44
Interest-be Ting warrants on County School
District No. 1 3,000 00
Aecrued inte9est on same to July 1, 1875 42 00
Salary warrants on County School District No. 1 100 00
Warrants on the General Fund 26 4 o
Total gross indebtedness to July 1, 1879 .?110,li07 84
FRED D. TCRNER,
To the Unfortunate.
j; ,-.XA si
corner of Comiui r
cial street, San Frsncieeo.
Established in 1H31, for
--:??-:.r?i:.&XV the treatment ot bexual
s5-5;X.i?xtSx,' and Seminal Diseusee. such
fy$ttff&$ as Coiiorriisa, ttlt,
'W-1'C5- Strlctare, Syphilis, hi
L-? $tM?Mll its forms, Seminal
tt4C Weakness, Iiniiotei?-
,t !Cjb:&!&S.KS:S55 cr. night losses by drcantfi.
piinplps on 1 h fjicand lost manhood enn positively be
cured. ThesO-l and afflicted should not fail to cai! upon
him. The t i..'-rhns traveled extensively in Europe,
and ins",.i:',od tboroush ly the various hospitals then:
obtaitontr a is-t-i-.t dial of valunbleinformation, which he
is co!o--0"it to impart to those in need of his services.
J)it. Gl !'.!') V will male r.o charge unless he effect a
cio-. Persons at a distance MAY S!E tltBEl) AT
IIOIE. Ailt-ommnnic.itionssirii'tiyconfidertial. You
fte no one but tho Doctor. Persons writing to the
I) ictor wi il please state the name of liie piper they see
tl'is advertisement in. Chares r'nsonable. Call or
wrir. Address DR. J. i'. GIKBON, Box 1,957. San
fend 81 r a package of nidli-ine. -
nn HR AHRRIeAN HUSDRVIND A T-
A jaeent rlwillin" house will be rented on reato'iable
terms. The ro.) jrty is situated in the southwest portion
of Carson, auu " 1 supplied with water fron springs on
the prtmtisos. Ap.y at the prttaisM fr farther miorraa
Office or CotnTv Tr.EAStTKR, )
Car.ion City, Nevada. July i, 1S79. (
To the Hon. the Hoard of CouiityCominisoiouoisof Ormsby
Gentlemen : I have the honor to herewith submit my
r.-nurt jf me reoeij) s and disbursements, with such other
iiifoj-matio'i sr. may he neoe-sarv for a full and complete
understanding of the trans ictions of this dupartmcut for
ihe six months ending June 30, 1879:
Showing balance on hand January 1, 1S79, and apportion
ment of the same to the different funds:
Balance on hand January 1, 1879 $ .7,004 37
APPORTIONED AS FOLLOWS:
To the General Fund 5-8.933 9
To the State Fund 409 47
To the County Buildings Repair Fund 1,705 42
To the County Treasurer's Salary Fund 2,292 85
To the Railroad Fund I,5h0 99
To the Contingent Fund 112 8s
To the Road Fund 4 56
To the County .school Fund 291 41
To the County School Fund, District No. 1 006 60
To the County School Fund, District No. 2 84S 09
To the State School Fund, District No. 1 23 71
To the State School F'urd. District No. 2 02 IS
To the Special School Fund 6 27
From Assessment Roll 1S70 S05 20
From Assessment Rod 1877 15 07
From Assessment Roll 1878 405 62
From Assessment Roll 1379 222 93
From ten per cent, dolimiuent t.ixe .if 1S7S 45 00
From net proceeds of mines for 1878 794 55
From net proceeds of mines for 1879 522 00
From poll taxes 1878 12 On
From poll taxes 179 928 80
From County Licenses 4,478 5
From Gambling Licenses 1,441 02
From State Insurance Licenses 423 00
1 rotn fire insurance tax on net premiums SOI 41
From life insurance tax on net premiums 24 45
From District Court Docket fees 116 00
From fines in District Court OS 10
From tines in Justice's Courts 48 00
F'rom rent of County Buildings 1.170 00
From cvre of indigent sick for other counties. . . 420 24
From expenses on trial of Thomas Flynn (re
fun, led hy the State) 1 972 04
From State apportionment of s.-hool moneys f r
January, 187t) 2.175 36
From sale of school warrants in County .School
District No. 1 ". 3,000 00
ArrORTioxMF.NT of R xrirrs:
To the State Fund $3,121 4S
To the Genera! Fund IS.804 76
To the t Hutoy i'.uitding and Repair Fund 1.123 20
To toe Railroad Fund 720 01
To the County 'I n asurcr's Salary Fund 3 -'7 71
To thi Contingent Fund ". 42!) 94
To the Oistrii-r Judge's Salary Fund 11! 36
To the Road Fund. ' 2 24
To the County School Fund ?27 30
To tee County Schoo 'Fund. District No 1 3.0i-0 00
To the State school Fund 2,175 36
Apportionment of State School Moneys, as made by the
County School Superintendent:
To the State School Fund, District No. 1 :1,TS1 18
To the State School Fund. District No. 2 324 93
To the State School Fund, District No. 3 OS 95
Apportionment of County School Moneys, as made by
tho County school Superintendet :
To the. County School Fund, District No. 1 $311 72
To the I'ounry 'ehool Fund, District No. 2 56 83
To the C unity Sctiool Fund, District No. J 12 00
From General Fund
On -tccouitt c.i-e indigent sick $2,228 55
on acco nit salaries & fees f Countv
oniecrs .'. S.571 16
On -ceotmt jury fers 2.504 35
On acco int i.-eneral expms.s 2,i'52 95 $15,351 71
From -tutc Fund
On ace urn- State expenses $078 Cti
On account June settlement iith
State Controller 1,701 40 ?2,379 72
F'rom flail road Fund
On account interest on County Bonds
to June 10. 179 ." $3,955 00
From Contingent Fund
On account cotitiiii-ent expenses ... ivJOl 50
From Comity Buiiding Fep.tir Fund
t)n account nunirs on Co. Buil0i;,i;s f?!3 04
From ("strict .hioge's Salary l-'ipci
On account salary ,,f 1) strict .!u t..e . .s"5 CO
F'io'c County treasurer's Salary Fund
On account sltj iry Comity Treasurer $750 00
Fro. o County school Fund. Dist.ict No. 1
on ae.si.mt salary of teaciiers -'.o91 01
On ace unl i;t. iUeiea! epenses 645 05 s;77 fj
Front County .school Fu d. District No. 2-
lll! a''--c!i;!T st:;rv of lC.cl'nTS '"'t l0
On account incidental expenses 30 50 f j0150
F'rotu C -unty School Fund, District No. 'i -
On account salary of loac'ter ii iX
From state School Fund, District No. 1
On account salary of teaciiers Jl,b05 0
Frotji state Sihool Iti.strict Nil. 2-
On account s:iirv ot teacli. t s 185 00
Front state Sclt'i Fund. District No. 3 -
On account saiary of teachers ?03 00
From County Treasurer's Salarv Fund to Gen
eral Fun ! ' $1,917 65
From General F'und to Countv Trcasr.rc'r Salary
Fund " 207 21
From (iencral Fund to District Judge's Salary
Fund 763 64
F'rom Countv Building Repair Fund to General
Fund..' 2,100 00
From General Fund to Railroad Fund 1,900 00
Balance on hand January 1, 1879 $17 004 37
Receipts for six months ending June 30, 1S79. . . 18.209 96
Total 35,214 33
Disbursements for the six months ending Jnne
30. 1879 30,489 OB
Balance on hand July 1, 1879 $4,725 27
APPORTIONBD AS FOLLOWS :
To the General Fund $1,593 95
To the State Fund 1,21123
To the County Building Repair Fund 515 58
To the County Treasurer's Salary Fund 159 92
To the Railroad Fund 258 60
To the Road Fund 6 80
To the Contingent Fund 181 32
To the Countv Self ol Fuud 238 1 0
To the County Scnool Fund, District No. 1 240 79
To the County School Fund, District No. 2 SO 4 42
To the Countv School Fund, District No. 3 06
To the State School Fund, District No. 1 19
To the State School Fund, District No. 2 2 09
To the State School Fuud, District No. 3 & 9-
To the Si iee:al School Fund 6 27
Statement, showing the outstanding indebtedness if the
countv July 1, ls.9:
Countv Bonds trom No. SS to 200, inclusive,
"iven to the Virginia i Truekee Railroad
Company December 10, 1809X $113,000 00
Accrued interest on the same to July 1, 18.9. . 439 44
Interest-bcarimr warrants on County Schoo.
Fund. District No. 1 3,000 00
Aecrued interest on same to July 1, 1879 42 00
Salan warrants on County School Fund, Dis
trict No. 1 160 00
Warrants on the General Fund 20 40
Total cross indebtedness of the county July 1,
1879 $116,007 $4
M. L. YAGER,
Countv Treasurer Ormsby County, Nev.
p.snonsF.n.l Filed July 7, A. D. Is79.
J. II. Marshall, Clerk.
3E'T0if3 LfVERY STABLE
CORNER CARSON AND THIRD STREETS,
CAIl&ON CITY, NEVADA.
ptTOlST PSIVtTE CR-
Sli riaes and Bit
at V I Vj Ifc
3gies and spirited qV-'V-j'
e obtained. irj'Sf'
n iaod to liven- horses 'nc
Teams can always be
Particular attention r-aid to liver,' horses
Attut(ants on liaml Day amrt "N5;r!t.
HORSES BOARDED BY THE DAY OR WEEK ON
Carson January 50 1870
J. SI. BENTON, Proprietor.
Electricity and Magnetism.
mns. A. DYEF?,
No. 41 Howard street, Virginia
('.uftvovxT. nmuvG and tkst
Medium. Heals with her Hands and Electricity all
Nervous and Chronic Diseases. Describes Ores. Mines.
Distant Friends, etc. Retds the Past, Present and Futur
witu eards. Fee, for Ladies. $1 ; for Gentlemen, $1.
(Tribune copy. p8 "
warm mmm'i cube
riiipoin.A ff.ASTH! TliLSS
COMPANY. W. J. HOP.NE, Pro-.
r.rietor. Dear Sir: I feci thai I on.
n.i .a Vi.i 1 1 i v 1 o v rit .
Ihe fact, t'-iat I have been SL'BSTAN-
Tlll I V I'l'iiKU i,f u bad case of
Ruptu-e of thirty ears' standing, by
one of your incomparable Trusses,
..-i.;.. I l' ................I I.,.,., ,-,.ti thrrt.
months ago. : cannot describe the suffering, both phf
cadvaud mentaliv. that 1 have undergone during that
period; and now I feet like a new being. 1 have worn at.
kinds of Trusses, both Steel and Elastic, tud never received
any permanent relief until 1 tried yours. Hs simplicity of
construction, and facility with which it can be adjusted,
and the case and perfect freedom to the motions of the
body with which it can he worn without causing any irri
tation, are its chief merits, and it is a perfect supporter. I
have not iiad any sign of a return of the rupture since the
first dav I put it on, and feci that I am peifectly Ci-'REO.
It is inyalueble, and the fact should be known to the world.
You can refer any one to me on the subject of their merits.
I am, truly yours, ALFRED J BURKE, Chief Mail Clerk
S. F. Daily Evening Post, San Francisco, July 20, lb7i
A Physician's 45 Year' I-xperionce.
Colcmfia, Tuolunmo Co., July 16, 1378.
W. J. Home, Es'. Dear Sir: For some time past
have have ustd ill my practice the California El stic Truss,
with entire satisfaction in most cases of complicated hernia
of both sexes. During a practice of forty five years I Iwve
found no truss that would, with the same ease and certain
ty, retain the required adjustment, the pressure being al
ways under the immediate control of the patient. The
simplicity and ease of application is of itself a guarantee
to every experienced physician. I have the honr to icini
bv ni-ii! the .mount due", knowing that I contribute to the
alleviation of alluded humanity. Yours, truly,
J. P. TiltBlTS, M. D.
bend fT Illra1rail Oat-tlog-uH and Price
Li-t jr ingf Foil lnf o m tfon and
Itnlm for !VSa-n insr
N. B. The California Elastic Truss is not for sale by
any Druggist in Carson City. Tiny prefer to sell Eastera
trash, on which they can make a large prolit. Send di
rect to the
CAI.lFOrtXIA ELASTIC THTJ-S COMPAW
myl2is 720 Market stree " Francisco
N OTM T. T JI:f'AIf AM( ASI) SKILL.
ED I.AB-'ilERs :' v'l.'MSin COUNTY:
Th3 Mi cht.uics' I uion sf Ormsby County is now
thovived.lv oresu.izeii. atid v most re -pcctfully extend
an iit iiatio!i to aii nnviiatiics and skilled h borers, who
r.i-c liiv.i' i'i ; aa aiin.i:at;iu to ltut less than three dol
lars per day. to ;.,:n us.
The Mechanics' I nion of Ormsby County, desirous of
seeinvr skilled laborers or working of this county, of
ail branches, united in bonds of triendsidp ai:'i for mutual
piotcction and benefit, eamestiv urge upon them to join
our or-iniz ttion. belie, in.' that to be '!v.t h -st mode to
estahli? h and main;, in a i'eir rate of wages for a fair day's
work, an 1 bring the members cf tho same and different
trades into close communion with others, to the advan
tage of ail.
The mechanic who has sncnt years it Rindying and aonuir
ingtl.c skill of ids craft is descrvingof his l:.';:r, andshoula
take -ill proper means to obtaio. it ; and ve think it needs
no tirgtitiictit to eominee tite m.-chan'. and s-ilied labor
ers in this countv that waf.-s can only be established and
maintained by united action on their part. In ttinccsara
not wa.itini: where employers have taken the first oppor
tunity which offered to r. duce the pay of workmen, even
when reduction was tin wa: ranted, when working men
'.veic not united and therefore in no condition to offer suc
We will be glad to receive applications for membership
from a.i ,nc -halites and skilled iaborcrs werkiii?tn Om-.sSy
County. We meet at Odd Fellows Hail tv -ry Tuesday
evening al 8 o'cieck. liv order of
je22 Ormsby County,
P3 &5 ff.1?
n p r p n
SLA (tJ &&
The most profitable plan for operating in stoc-ks is tht
of unitiiir capiiui of various sums by combining or pooling
the orders of thousands of customers and using them
one tniirl-.ty whole wiiieh has been done so successfully by
Messrs. l.awr-ence ,v Co.. Bankers, 57 Fixehauge Piace, New
York City. By this co-operative system each investor is
placed on an eifua! footing with the largest operator, and
tro!iL3 uii? ,.ii ided pro rata among stock holders every 39
lays. An investment of $10 would pay j 0, making 5 per
cent, on the stocK during the r.ioutii. H: woiitd return
8150, or 6 per cent.; $"nk) would make Sl.OoO, or 10 per
c rtt.. ::nd so on, ace ording to the market. Frank Leslie's
Illustrated 'eivsp:.per. June29th, says : " The Comhir.v
tion method of operating in stocks is tue most successful
ever ac,. pied." .New York iudetteii.lvnt. September 12th,
says ; 1'be cnnihination system is founded upon correct
iju-iiit-s principle's, and no person need he without an in
como wi.ite it is kept wori-ing by Messrs. I awrs-nce Co."
Bro.kiyn Journal, April 2'th, stns : " Our -ditor nude a
net profit of $ul 25 on an investnient of 20 in one of
Messrs. Lawrence .v. Co.'s coini.inaiiotis." The film's new
circular (copyrighted and sent five'! contains " Two uncrr
ing rules for sttcce s in stock operations," and exp'ains ev
erything. All kinds of Stocks and Bonds wanted. New
tioverutner.t Loan supplied. Best references. Address,
LAWRENCE efc CO., Bankers and Brokers, 57 Exchange
Place New York City. nov2H
A'o 11 K. arney Street. San Francisco.
flRrAT ALL CHRONIC AND SPit.CI.lL
Who mar be suffering from the effects of youthful follies
or indiscretions will do well to avail themselves of this, the
greatest bum ever laid at the feet of suffering humanity
DR. SPINNEY will guarantee to forfeit five hundred dol
lars for every case of weakness or private disease of aay
kind or character which he undertakes and fails to oure.
MIDDLE AGED MEN.
TiVre are many at the age of thirty to sixty who are
troubled with too frequent evacuation of tho bladder,
often accompanied by a slight smarting or burning sensa
tion and a weakening of the system in a manner the pa
tient cannot account tor. On examining the urinary de
posits a ropy sediment will often he found, and sometimes
small partiiles of albumen will appear, or the color will be
of a thin, milkish hue, again changing to a dark and tor
pid api-earauce. There are many men who die of this
difficulty, ignorant of the cause, which is the second stage
of seminal weakness. Dr. S. will guarantee a erfect cure
in all such cases and a healthy restoration of the genito
Office Hours -10 to 4 and 6 to 8. Sundays from 10 to 11
A. M. Consultation free. Thorough examination and ad
Call or address DR. SPINNEY & CO.,
ap20m Arlington House, Carson, Ne.
The BEET Spring Kedicine and
Baautiner of the Complexion in use
Cures Pimples, Boils, Elotches, Neu
ralgia, Scrofula, Gout, Rheumatic
and Mercurial Pains, and all Dis
eases arising from a Disordered state
of the Blood or Liver.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS;
TO TN PUBLIC.
rpaa nxDnRsifixi.D having a thor-
JL ougli knowledge of the
Desires to teu-h it in all its branches Writing, ttptaking.
Grammar, Syntax, etc. - and will give l.issons in classes
or to ijni ;x idtials, at modern t charges, eithor at the homes
of the pupils, or at his own house.
For furiiicr p'.rt.icuiars aopii, to him, at his law oiice,
comer of King and Curry streets.
Carson .75 v. November 11th, 1874.
K 3 T ! C E.
J"KHiOXS HATIMi CLAIMS AfJAIIVKT
I the Board of Directors of the Slate Orphans' Home
and against the Board of Mate Caeiuil Commissioners, are
notified to hand in their bills on or before the Saturday
next preceding the first Monday in each month. By order
li. k. tsrj-MVa.
Secretary of Board of Orphans' HomcDi rectors and of
Board of Capitol Coaim'uaioners. j..l
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