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NCITKmBEIt S. I?V P. A. WAGNER & 00. Carson Street, earner of Mum or, Carson City. Kev. CK R S. p. A. IVAOKKR & W. J" a. Inform the public that tkuf Haumn aealawa a artuea, uocauae lac wJ Lower than any other House in tho County! -IVaj 4otf oorapotition, aai ask purenasers t compare taair price with those of any aad all dealers. UAU A or t'VLL was HARDWARE, STOVES, Nails. Kettles. Wooden Goods, Tinware, Shovels, Picks, PAINTS AiI OILS, Class and Crockery Ware, Sashes, Door?, Window Glass ICl'MJH.fl GOODS. U'U.I, PAPER K0VEB3 AM REAP ESS, Wahm; Machine. A joinplete Tia shoo and onpetent w.irkmm iumimg ami U: Kitting done. WARRANTED. P. A. WAiJWV. :, - SI per Can. ALL V O R K UT L. 1ST. Booth's Qynw ?3 (4 h f ' J 85AHXET, .sale aad re'uil dealer tu irawii rauiis. vrK 4::Ti,.LK.s, confection's, etc ami ia daily roecivini; tha P altry. Hii l Ktc. JDCtiOW. " -ivl prompt Iv tilled i-il .-!if!T.J o;r O F.O t?G K PKK AS It'll. Carson street lie xt tu Thenier snl.nn PEOPLE'S MARKET. w.irr o. . H.sr, Nniim e.i:: x sr., CA'tsOM 1111. a iv:kki Proprietors. Kittf Mil I n AU riii i in 0. l V illcv ail t.-oiu tln p.itura.ro. Veal a ii Pork. sl.vi -litercd there, direct if, Ktc. tjUoa,. U '-. f iirnn.l lleef. Tong POC.L.TSIV A.Mi UiniS f .11 kiuii kJ,l citi-i u'.y i h m i and killed ts order L L KINDS A a i: s a u s .v oi i: s o F SPKCI.UT V. Cb protnV.ly li.lt! .4 V Vi ,';i J'3t' de'ic r 1 'cm iiitvlly it up i r ill ire o. VI kinds of ' ti r. n i native meat's OCCIDENTAL iv'KitY &': r.iBi,, J . , n dAVll AX! 1 mK.il HrRK!T.S OPVOSITB AnTOL BJ1L31N I, OAK 1 CUT, NBVAUA. Tjt it i J)"ij:i ) 1 i iv mi ; f t'n m Jt cjmplite and best otal Uvory dtibbj ui tiio st. and Saddle Horses AJw.iy on hni ao I at m Jr.rt Mure. nreM n.ar J;i by til e ly, Wek or M shOi Ihs nablio rp iarits la exiitiias our Tahieles and kind aavj runlle live !ck.. jnlS M k K SYS 111. Proprietors, . gi rtf spinas sank SStaXESS An) FI3E INSUR ANCE ASENIS. CARSON CITY, - NEVADA H1MING HTaCKi BOI'OHT AND SOLD OS t'OMMlliSIOX. Cj'Ukeral 'Jrtr.a allowed on Awored Staka.l Praji,! 0 jrrnp indoab Laaham & Kim; linw Soptemher 1, 1S77 J. OxUMil? bjtvrjju ti. M II nt u 1 1 O l(. Miiih,do 4 ban j a in -'m c.y.H'i 1ji- tha arm njiiio ot , ?HS!V H!LL C'OMPAJTT, a Una di iliivtlvel I v mutual content, C. II. Maishre- ttnar. K. M. Un it will c ritinue tint Imainosa in con uecti'Hi with tlio l.aka Tulmj Lunthcr Yard, and will my all bilU ar.iiint auJ id aljaj aatUoried to e 'ltct nil hills tuj lUo old linn. K. M. HITNT. C. 11. MAISH. Canicn City, July ifi. 1S7"V D13 SO L'J T! 2 .1 Of fcg-PA Z 1 (i ES i .1 1 ?. Tit?. rO-lalllTKKSIIlH IIKKEr Ol'Wt K bitwi'cn John (ii'iojtu an I Juiikm Kr.i inh, m the Macttiimth buslnusM, in Carson City, is dissolved by mu tual KMuunt. Mr. (.! .iibmii asum s all the liabilitiua and wiil oollcc. all bilU d .iu t i j lax firm. Ji)UV GEIBETT. JAMES KKAL'l'U. lar.,a tlity, Julr 1 7, XUTi, D. H. P. SWAIN, a.i Di;riBr, if c Krani Isoo, d-Miivs to jnf"rra tha pah'ic that he H bo at the O irjoa K'..-h iiij II lel in this city ou and fwr July 1. 17. 19 J. H. LIAR SHALL, AGENT FOR OMB MtrrtAt, AND OTHKU LEAD. Bsolutoara St Canoa, Jaauary4l,;il7a. SAVE YOUR HONEY -AND BUY YOUR GOOD - . A- 0LC0VICII BROS. IKT KEEP TftK BEST O O O X S .Tina Latest Styles ! i?Q il OF TH AUDITS P. Optics ok Oninrrr Airprron, Orcsosy Oiumtt. Ntaj)A, July 1, 1879. To, the Hon. the Board of County Coranuauofwra Ornuby Comity, State of Nevada : The Couuty Auditor respectfully submits the following report of tho fiscal affairs of the said county for Ihe six months endinj June 30th, 1879. Balance on hand at close of business December Slut, 1873 $17,004 37 In the several funds the following: In General Fund $S,93r, 90 In Contingent Fund 112 S3 In County Building Rejiair Fund 1,705 42 In County Treasurers salary una z,siz p.i In Railroad Fund 1,586 W In Komi Fund. In State Fund In Sjecial School Fund In State School Fund, District No. 1 . . . In Stale School Fund, llistrict No. 2. . . In County Schaol Fund In County School Fund, District No. 1. In County School Fund, District No. 2. 4 58 46!) 47 6 '27 23 71 62 16 2!1 41 66o ti 843 09 AST HAY? TSE GREATEST SELECTS -OF- Dry Goods & Clothing, BaOTS MIU SHOES, IV THE WHOLE STATS. iT IS Y3U3 JiTESEST TO TRACE WITH Ojrsim Oi-tober'24 1ST8. ISSIOS. STOraE MARKET. h'.vo ononeri a fir; clan M;at Market in the htone Huil.liuir ii').ii,ius ti.e AiiinyVio Uoose, where can be iskik! at a'.l times ( ),' enmu; cutsidf Ceef. Pork, Mutton, Veal, Lamb, Sausage, Etc. The nsw propietor will fl'l all orders with dispatch and asks a fair share of patronage. rayfl $17,004 37 BWCMPT8. From Assessment roll, 187? $65 20 From Assessment roll, 177 - 15 0 From Assessment roll, 1873 465 62 From Assessment roll, 1879 223 93 From 10 per cent, delinquent taxes, 1878 45 00 From net proceeds of mines for 1878 794 55 From net proceeds of mines for 1879 622 K From poll taxes, 1878 12 00 From joll taxes, 1879 92S 80 From county licenses 4 473 51 From gambiinir licenses 1,441 02 From State insurance licenses 423 00 Fr m fire insurance tax on net premiums 801 41 Fr m life insurance tax on net premiums 24 45 Fr.m District Court docket fees 116 00 Fr' m fines in District Court 68 10 Fr.'in fines in Justice Court 4S 00 Fivm rent County Building 1,170 00 From care of indigent sick for other counties. . . 420 24 From expenses on trial of Thomas Flynu (re funded by the State) 072 04 From State apportionment of school moneys for January. 1879 2,175 36 From sale of rc!iool warrants in County School District No. 1 3.000 00 $13,209 9ti APPORTIONMENTS. To State Fund To General Fund To County Building Repair Fund To Railroad Fund To County Treasurer's Salary Fund To Contingent Fund To District Judge's Salary Funit l o Read Fund To Countv Seluxil Fund To Citinii y School Fund, District No. 1 . siatc school Fund $:l,121 43 6.864 76 1,123 20 726 61 ?,27 71 429 94 111 36 2 24 327 30 3.0O0 Oil 2.17S 36 SLRSl'Aftft JaL ft?,.RT tF TiE C U.TY TREASURER. Offic of CorSTT Treasurer, 1 Carwn Citt, Nevada, July 1, 1879. ) T tho Hon. the Board of County Commissioners of Orrusby county, Nevada: Gentlemen: 1 have the honor to herewith submit my report of the receipt aiid disbursements, with such other information as may be necessary for a full and complete understanding of the transactions of this department for the six months ending June 30, 1879: STATEMENT, ShowiiMf balance on hand January 1, 1879, and apportion ment of the same to the different fui.ds: Balance on hand January 1, 1879 f .7,004 37 APPORTIONED AS rSLLOWg: Ta the General Fund J8,933 9 To the State Fund 469 47 To the Comity Buildings Repair Fund 1,705 42 To the Const v Treasurer's Salary Fund 2.292 85 To the Railroad Fuii'fe 1,586 99 To the Continyent Fund. To the Road Fund To the County School Fund To the County School Fund, District No. 1 To the County School Fund, District No. 2 To the State School Fund, District No. 1 To the State School Kurd, District No. 2 To the Special School Fund 112 8s 4 ;i 291 41 666 66 848 09 23 71 62 16 6 27 1 8.209 96 Apportioi.ment of S ate school moneys, as made by the County School Sup riutendenf : To state School Fond, District No. 1 1,781 4? To State School FmhI, District No. 2 324 93 To State Sciiool Fund, Dis:ncf No. 3 6S 95 Aanortionnicnl of Couusy school moneys, Pch 'l miv rii'.tendent: To County School Fund, Distri"t No. 1 7i Coutitv Setit'wil I iinii, Diftrict No. 2 To Comity School Fund, District No. 3 WSBr&SKMF.-NW. From General Fund On account are of ii dient sick 2 223 25 Ou aeeoint salary ft.t.s 2:, otVicers.. S.o7 1 16 ;i account jury le s 2,504 35 Ou account central expenses 2.052 95 $2,175 as made 3.1 72 50 A 12 01: receipts: From Assessment Roll 1876 From Assessment Rod 1877 From Assessment Roll 1878 From Assessment Roll 1S79 From ten per cent, delinquent tu.xe of 1873 From net proceeds of mini s for 1878 From net proceeds of mines for 1879 From poll taxes 1373 From poll taxes 1879 From County Licenses From Gambling Licenses From State Insurance Licenses hroni fire insurance tax on net premiums From ife insurance tax on net premiums. . , From Dis'rict Court Docket fees From fines in District Court From fines in Justice's Courts From rent of County Kuildiiurs From e ire of in iiiretit sick for ther counties. . . From expenses on trial ot Thomas Flyun (re funded by tho state) From State apiiortiunnien of school moneys f r January, 179 From sale of seli'iol warntnls in County School District No. 1 APPOFT10SMKST OF RSCKIPW: To the State Fund To the Ciei.eral Fund To the ( ountv Huildins; an 1 Repair Fu.d.. To the K :ii!roed Fund. To the Couhtv Treasurer's Salary Fund To the Contingent 1 iud To the District Judge's Salary Fund To the Road Fund To the County Seho. I Fund To the County Sehoo IFuud, District No 1.. To the Stale School Fund $17,004 37 $65 20 15 07 465 62 222 93 45 00 794 55 522 66 12 00 923 80 4,473 5 1,441 02 423 00 801 41 24 45 116 no 68 10 48 00 1.170 00 420 24 972 04 2,175 36 3,000 00 S1S.209 Mi . $3,121 43 . 6,S64 76 . 1,123 20 7 j6 61 oli 71 429 94 111 36 2 24 327 30 . 3.IIHI l!tl . 2.175 36 18,209 96 Apportionment of Stats School Moneys, as made by the County School Superintendent : To the State School Fund, District No. 1 $1,731 48 To the State School Fund, District No, 2 324 93 To the Stale School Fund, District No. 3 63 95 ooortiV.nn;. 2.175 36 ut ;-f Countv School ionejs, as ma le by ii,ir uiool Snpe: intendet : ' ry . e'nol Fund. District No. 1 $311 72 . ... '..l 1 f : ii:. ,.:. o- S-iS'l 61 t 'um oeuotpj rooo, cimiuti .u. z .o ; i To the County School Fund, District No. S 12 06 s n pen. i A i ii. P SV-QS FA iriy From St.ite Fund Ou aec'Mii't state exp.!scs On u'eouut June se.tienieiit withState Treasurer 1 i. : y riom u.tiiio iu ." una On acL-omit interest on county bond to June 10. Is79 " From tontinv' it Fund On te oirni coiuinjeni exfenses From Coui ty Buildiiv.' l'epair Fund On account reiiairs on county building From lUstict Judge's Sniary Fund On ;e,f .ui.f .--alary District Jud'e Froia oui,ty TreasuriT s Sa.ary Fund i in ;c- tine, -a ip-y i 'lii.my 'i reasurer. . i-. en ('..in.!.- s.-ii.v 1 Fund. District .Va. 1 O.i ,ie o.ia. :o-- oL' te..ciiers S3,0! $; 5,351 7: 673 26 701 4 12,379 72 .IU'KjHI' AtlTICLfa (IV HKVYi BOOTS AXD SIIOCS For sale at the State's Prison, Carson, Nevada. Tha fttentinn of e trade is specially invited to the lovi g ods. Orttere promptly executed. C 1. r.TTERM AN, Warden. C1EAT EXCITEMENT ! VJT stant CROWDS OK PKf PIjK COS. stantly ruahinj to the larye Clothing Store of KOPPEL & PLATT Corner of Carson and Third Streets, opposite the St. Charles Hotel, Ph.. .V43I. CARSON CITY NEVADA. To view and purchase of their magnificent stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, ooHsisTiKa or M..', Yoaiths' aid Boya Cloihinff, Of all the latest styles, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, Shirts, Collars F.tc. Etc. octltf TEETH! TEETH A Kt. r lto.tufirnl nn'l Poprpl Kittiiiur Tuelti i.s"i 3) the Acme of Dentistry. 'Siij All other branches are too insigninvant to mnntion. Persons who hava beoa wearing ill-lookinir, misfitting and jrenerally unsitisfiic'o-y teeth, ma-le by inexperienced or empiric ii dentists, will do well tj cail ou the undersigned, who will re er them to m-vny w'io have tried, and know the diifcreuco between jrood and bad dentistry. Twenty 'five Yr. Honoahl Practice In Cat ornia a-n) Carson City. April 10, 1S79. tf C. BILLING, Dentist, Rinekoi's Block, Carson, Nevada. P,f 00 361 50 $213 01 $s?o 00 750 00 - ip ace ii;:r. hi I'l-.-tu i '.Miatv : On :,..-eolli t s..'::i On eec.juut itieM iilcli'.al expen?es . o; r.iti 1, Pi.; (4 i 95 :-k-t N- r,737 59 XpellS: 3 570 00 30 50 From Couii rio accomu From !a'.e On accoont s From Mate On account sn From State v boo; Fmv.L DistfSct ;aty v't leaeaers s,.-!:oni District No. 1 .lar.v of teachers ool District No. 2 !ary of teachers School District Xo. Z Ou account salary of teacher.). . . $,500 5P 12 00 f 1.S05 00 $63 00 $30,489 06 TRANSFERS V tK : From County Treasurer's Saiary Fund to General Fun 1 $1,917 S5 From General Fund to County Trtasurer'sSalary Fund ". .'. 207 21 From General Fund to District Judge's Salary Fund .'. 763 64 From County Building Repair Fund to General Fund '. 2.100 00 From Genera! Fund to Railoard Fund 1,900 00 RECAPITULATION. Balance on band January 1, 1879 $17,004 37 Receipts, for 0 mouths ending June 30, 1S79 18,209 96 Disfcurscaseats, 6 months ending Juno 30, 1879, Balance on hand July 1, 1379 APPORTIONED AH FOLOOWS : To the General Fund To the State Fund 1,211 23 $35,214 33 30,489 06 $4,725 27 $1,593 95 To the County Buildinir Repair Fund. To the County Treasurer's Salary Fund To the Railroad Fund To the Road Fund To the Contingent Fund To the County School Fund To the County School Fund, District No. 1 . To the County School Fund, District No. 2. To the County Schrol Fund. District No. 3. To the State School Fund, District No To the Slate School Fund, District No To the State School Fund, District No. To the Special School Fund 515 58 159 92 258 60 6 80 181 32 238 10 240 79 304 42 06 19 2 09 5 6 $380 61 IMPBrKSEMKNTS ; From General Fund--On ace tunt care irnlijnt sick. On aeco'im salaries V f-.es f Couniy O 'fleers On account jury lees On ace ui:t seueral expens s From t-ite Fund O account state expenses On account June settlement with State 'ontroHer. ... From Railroad Fund On account. inU-rest on County B-.nds to June 10, 1879 .' From Continc-eut Fund On account contingent exp -ns.-s. . . . From County Muil-.iinc; i cp..i: Food On account repairs on Co. liuiioiiis From 1 '.strict .ludire's .--alarv' Final On account -a!ay of l strict .i-i l-.'e. . l-'ro.i: County Treasurer's S On account salary County Ti From Cunty School rural, Ou account st,'ary of teaches l.'n ace unt utcMeiwal cxpensi Kroui C-auity Se'ioo Fa ai. On ae.vuii' salary of te e!,. r Ou ace ami incLiec.tal epe:.'.- From 0 nn'v Seii o! 1'utal, On ace.ion -a'a: v of 'c..ci:er From Stale School Fuu.i. District No. On account salary o. teach rs From State School Di.-trict Xo. 2 Oa ac.-ouiu salary ot teachers From stale School Fund, restrict No. '5 Ou account salary of teachers . $2,223 25 3,571 19 2,504 35 2,052 95 $15,361 71 $678 23 1,701 46 $:',379 72 $3,955 00 $361 50 $2! 3 04 $S75 00 iay Fund '-..surer District No 1 ii.O.n f4 s 65 9.S li-trict No. 2 - t .70 m s 36 50 District No. 3 - 1- $750 00 .. i0 50 ?12 00 $1,805 0 $38,5 00 $63 00 $30,43 00 TRANSFERS : From County Treasarer's Sa ary Fuad to Gen eral Fund $1,917 s: From ieneral Fund to County Treasisre'r Salari' Fund 207 21 From General Fund to Dis rict J ude's Salary Fund 703 64 From County BuildiiiiT Repair Fund to General Fund 2,100 00 From General Fund to Railroad Fund 1,900 00 RECAPITULATION. Balance on hand January 1, l:i79 $17 004 37 Receipts for six mouths ending June SO, 1879. . . 18,209 96 Total 35,214 33 Disbursements for the six months endine June 30, 1879 30,439 06 Balance on hand July 1, 1379 $1,725 27 APPORTIONED AS FOLLOWS: To the Genera'. Fund $1,593 9ii $4,725 27 Statement showing outstanding indebtelness of the county July 1. 1879 : County bonds from No. S3 to 200, ine'u-uve siv- en to V. & T. R. R. December 10, 1869 $113,000 00 Accrued interest on same to July 1, 1m9 439 44 Interest-he trinir wariants ou County School District No. 1 3,000 00 Accrued inteOest on same to July 1, IS75 42 00 Salary warrants on County School District No. 1 160 00 Warrants on the General Fund 26 40 Total frroas indebtedness to July 1, 1379 $116,667 84 Resp.cttully submitted, FRED D. TURNER, County Auditor. N ARLINGTON HOUSE. TOUT II CAKSO.V ST.1EET, CARSON CITY, NEVADA, If ivinir leased this well-known brick building, I notif mv friends and the public in general that it will be kept a a first-class hor.el in eviry particular. Till' TABf.K wiil he second to none in the State. THK B R will be supplied with the best brands Win s. Li piors and Citrars, ifGood cooks and gentlemanly waiters have been se cured. As an old resident of Carson City, I ask and expect share of public patronage. My intention is to atlend pursuit to the wants of my patrons. B. F. SM VLL, jcl2-tf Proprietor. o VARIETY STORE. PER HOI'S!! BLOCK. CARsO C'ir. NEVADA. Perfumery, Toilet Soap, New American Machines, Machine Oil and Needles, Jewe ry, Chronica and Picture Frames, Brackets, Stationery, Yankee Patent No tions, Combs, Brushes, Pocket Knives, Kis sers, Household Tools, Shelf Paper, And eountleas oiler things not to be found else wa.re in Carson. LVop in and take look at this complete Variety Store. JACOB T 0 B R 1 H c ?. , WUriLKJAtrK AND RETAIL DEALER- 1 IMPORTED km DOMESTIC C'SARf, PIPES, SMOX5H3' ARTICLE8?," RY p:tc .Ktc... .Etc. ASILINCTON CAHSOX CLOCK, CITY NEVADA. ianlm OiSSOlJTiOM OF PaRTEflSHI?. TVIV. SARTr.KSIIIP FORMGRIT EX IST LN G b tween Mrs. .(. Sheycr and M. Cohn. in the dry go-xls business, is dL-solv d from this date, Mrs. J. sin f r iw-iring. Parties owing the house are rvUcHted to scitvle their aecouiits before this and the first of Aui'ttst. Ail unpaid accounts on that date will be placed in the hands of a collec'or. MRS. J. SHEYER, Carsan, July 11. 1879. M. CO HTM. KTiSTATE OK RONC'O I VAX'OVICII, F- I'j CEASED : Notice is hereby given by the under signed, executor of the above named esta'o, to the credit ors of and all persons having claimsagainst said decease', to exhibit the same, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months from the first publication of this notice, to th undersignea, at the omce ot A. C. Kins, oarson Ci', Nevada. V. MITCHELL, Executor of Estate of Boseo Ivancovich, deceased. Onion City, Nevada, August 12, lS79.aaal J. 13-w To the State Fund. . . To the County Building Repair Fund To the County Treasurer's Salary Fund To the Railroad Fund To the Road Fund To the Contingent Fund To the County Sell- ol Fuud To the County Senoo Fund, District No. 1. . To the County School Fund, District No. 2. . To the County School Fund, District No. 3. . To the State School Fund, District No. 1 To the State School Fund, District No. 2 To the State School Fuud, District No. 3 To the Spce;al School Fund 1,211 23 f15 58 159 92 258 60 6 80 181 32 238 10 240 S04 4i 06 19 2 09 5 95 6 27 $4,725 Statement, showing the outstanding indebtedness if the county .Inly I, lSi 9 : County Bonds from No. S3 to 200, inclusive, triven to the Virginia A Truekoe Railroad Company December 10, 1869 $113,0110 00 Accrued interest on the same to July 1, IS, 9. . interest-bearing warrants on County Sehoo. Fund, District No. 1 Accrued interest on same to Ju'y 1, 1879 Saiar warrants on County School Fund, Dis trict No. 1 Warrants on the General Fund 439 44 3,000 00 42 00 16J 00 20 40 Total gross indebtedness of the county July 1, 1879 $116,067 84 Respect! ully sunmutco, M. L. YAGER, County Treasurer Onnshy County, Xev RsnoHSKD.I Filed July 7, A. D. 1879. J. 11. Marshall, Clerk. XV f HIT G HOUSE. A F!r.st-c la3 I.n Jgiii'j: aii I5.it to IIoiimp tor JLi:ifs a iil Gentlemen. SEYIMAL FINELY FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET ON REASONABLE TERMS 'A B: Ladiej. ch-nwm h:s been fitted up or toe especial F M. BORIE C. N. HARRIS, TTORXEY AT LAW, OFFCE : R1NCKF.L RUILDINO, CORNER AND PRiKTOR STREETS, AIM ON C.raoii City, Vevidi. VTill praetiee in all the State and Federal Courts. jot 1879 TSiE FOFR IU.TIEWS AUTHORIZED REPSJNTS fhti EIin5arH HevieiT WHsr). The IVrjlmi 'atiT Kvlw(Libe ai), Ih. London Quarterly Kevi (ConserTiTc), f h 15ri(il Quurterly Reviow (Svaagelioai), BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAui.IlEE. 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Or, instead, new subscribe: s to any two three, or four of tiie above periodicals, may have one of the "Four Re news" for 1878; suhscr .b rs toalltive may have two of he "Four Reviews,'' or one set of Bi i -k wood's Wagazine for 1873. . . . Neither premiums to s liiserihers mr discount to cluba can be allowed, unless t!i- iiioiioy is remitted diroct to tbo pebihi rs No jreroiunis gieo to eiub.s. To secure premiunis it wiil be ccci ssarv to make early application, as the stock available for that purpose ia Uni ted. KI'.i'HIMKO BY TH LEONARD dc23 l SC3TT PJSUH'M3 CO. Paula) ".. 'riv Y lit i0, B WELLS, FAEGO & t-"t-"f'l". CARSON CITY, NKV4TA FrwDS aid after this data Wells, Ts-ifo A ompia)jr sell umm STCCXS. I.S5r! Margin Ali-; stocks. G:r5'..-n, Aagurt 25, 1S77. ,1 en 4 f.;'.rvt"l e if. ii jL...t 1 IL X3 Ci f5 Si i aa. S ror xi ut til i-S; M BATHS Carion St. ALL HOURS. next Duor to t!i t'oort Oaa., Cnuion t'lty. Nev. Ladies Hair Work of all kinds made up in thebes and most suOsiantiai inaimer. This Tuiisorial Estabiishmept is the most complete ta theStato. jall JAU'BMULLKK, Proprietor. DIKE'S EXCHANGE, GEOKGE aV DAK 12, PROPRIETORS. o Cents" PPOSITE TUE STATE VAPITOL, Cur son street. Carson City. Nevada. tT-DRINKS --- - 12 THJE FINEST BRANDS OK WINES, Liyuunio, ALTTATS ON HAND. Carson, April 8. 1379. CIGARS U ' ff v? The most profitable plan for operating ill stocks is that of uniting capital of various sums by continuing or pooling the orders of thousands of customers and udng them as one mighty whole, which has been done so succe-sfully by Messrs. Lawrence .v. Co.. Bankers, 57 Exchange Place, New York City. By this eo-oicrative system cadi investor ia placed on an equal footing with the largest operator, and profits are divided prorata among stockholders every 3d days. An inve,-iiiient of -8'10 would pay .3"i0, making 5 per cent, on toe stock during the month. $2.r. would return 315U, or 6 per cent.; i'iu wouid make -;i,00o, or 10 per cent., and so e-n, according to the market. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, J line 29th, says : " The Combina tion method of opi ating in stocks is toe most successful ever adopted." New York Independent, September 12-.h, says: "The combination system is founded upon correct business principles, and no person need be without an in come w.'-iie it is kept wortiin ; by Messrs. uwrenoo & Co." Brooklyn Journal, April 29th, says : " Our "ditor made a net profit of jlOl 25 on an investment of S::o in one of Messrs. Lawrence A Co. 's combinations." The firm's new circular (eopyrignte.i and sent free) contains "Two unerr ing rules for success in .stock operations," and explains ev erything. Ail kinds of stocks and Bonds wanted. New Government Loan supplied. Best references. Address, LAWRENCE & CO., Bankers and Brokers, 57 r.xnhjjija Place New Yolk City. nor2S MRS. A. McNEI L, 4 RTwr, r structicn in PKEPAKEO TO GIVB IK. Lind5C?p3 CU Painting, Water Co'ors, riSonochromatic, crayon and Pone I Drawing. Having had much experience R9 a tpicher 'n OLIo, nois and California, and with success, she feeis conn.lai: of givii-g satisfaction to all woo may favor her witii their patronage. Terms reasonable, inquire at her resiuuaea on west side of Curry, between Musscrand Proctor. N. B. Saturdays, if necessary, will he devoted to poi.il if the Public Schools in drawing, Terms, twenty-fira cents per lessoa. Jau9 FOR SALE. IOFFEB MY IIOl-iE, SITUATED OS Currr Street, between King and Musser, for sale. Also my fnrniture, sewing machine.llibrary. etc. Buyeri invited to view the premises. A. WAITZ. fWaon, May 27, 1879.