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iiicqll THE TAILOR
I7M1KIM Vt CAML TMB ATTES riOcS
I 9 it uitl men to the tini y arrival of Ntw York style
of Fr Ii, Ko-li.sli and Ltkuealiu 'xxiv from his London
kiwi fw Turk bouiiM.
Re,,, our own importer. we are able to guarantee and
jit the RKAL ankle at such price as deJy competition.
, SELL
Ccod Business Suits
From I 5 dollars.
3F L TJ T1 JS
Proa t ear Ul
gemike 6K beaver suits
From G5 dollars.
EaCLISa CORDS FOil .riUST'Na JUSTS.
(iioJs tJ suit tbrf Hanker, Merchmt
an-Il'lrrk. Gr.ii n.-eu lefjre
f Ik-where, will :!o w-!l (i c.Il and in
syA my
i si IV. i s-a o lO u .
1879.
1879.
3
SECOND
AMUAL FALL MEETING
THE-
20" 313 17" JH. 3D
A. 1. & Li SOCIETY,
0 BH MD AX
arson Citj, Kerada,
wrartsE.,A:3r ce. is
A0 ESlTONc?
(ilSlY OCT, IS
SiKI-.USrU I HEPaT OF THE COUli t
MJOIfd .
OrFIOB ov Corsrr Afcttor, )
Oltt3!:r Cot'SIT NSVADA, July 1, 1879. )
To the Hon. the Board of Comity Comuaxotwtera Orir.jkj
Cotuiiy. Stale of Nevada:
The County Auditor respectfully submits the following
report of the fiscal affairs of the said county for tlie six
months ending June 39th, 1879.
Balance on hand at close of business December
31.se, 1878 $17,004 37
In the several funds the following:
In General Fund $8,933 90
112 S3
1.705 42
2.292 85
1,536 9!)
4 56
469 47
C 27
23 71
62 10
291 41
66o 6
&48 09
In Contingent Fund.
In County Building Repair Fund
In County Treasurer's Salary Fund
In Railroad Fund
In Road Fund
In State Fund
In Special School Fund
n State School Fund, District No. 1
In State School Fund, District No. !
In County School Fund
lu County School Fund, District No. 1
In County School Fund, District No. 8
Rienrrs.
From Assessment ro'1, 1876
From Assessment roil, 1877
From Assessment roll, 1878 ,
Fiom Assessment rob, 1879
From 10 per cent, delinquent taxes. 1878.
rrom net proceeds of mines for 18.8.
$17,004 37
$ofi 20
15 0
45 62
222 93
45 00
T94 55
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ILIOTRSO L5CHT!
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ij' f!ii-ii -i3r -.iulil.v Ue
m .ti ii n ( Ifnr mi i.iht m at
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riuTrilJf .u J Pa.'i:ipsi.il(8l with CIoMi
a J Triin:nii?, at it;.!ii;t-
Oi-anv i,'-:n irn cur an: ali. rtisns cl:ki
T IN STOCK.
rSamp'cs, w th instruct ors
for Self Moasu ciiiant sn: f te
oraY laooh
mpl.Tfl i a3 bul FAHK'JIKSeBD aa.1 KKiat
CLAS3 cuita.1
TO ORItCtti
riftats train ft to $13
Malt from 15 K
OverroaU Irani 15 io r"
nistrr troni 15 to 35
Dren 'ont om 2! to 4i
lUurk Do It a 1'aati from 7 to 15
Wkitn t Iron 3 to 5
rory Vest from to IS
tiemiiue x Baarer Salts. ...from 6 OI
Pant to orjcr in 6jhonr,
Huitt to ortier ia 11 koa.-i.
SPEED POCRAMMCi
First la,r - lii'slny, 0t. 15.
So. 1. titonin; Tr- ef irall horsis in Nevada; also,
a'1. l:or?rs :n Tra. Las en. Plumbs and Modo, C-mnti-.'s,
I'ltlii n ia, ao 1 !.a'- iraiit Omn'ies, tirjon. One
lii'lu Ja-h. fun I.H, F.rsi lure, tl00; second horse,
."0
x-o. 2. Simc d:', r;ii-;nii Free foy ail. Wile ami
rrpe.it.. Turc..!. vj ni. First bone, $i -0; second hoi so,
third horse ?0
No. 3. Pam? day. Trotting-Free for al! horses in
vI-.'vada; aVo iiros in SiiTra, Las.sen, Plunris and
M i.H) Coun it1-'. C ilifo'-nia, and !y.iku and (iraut Counti-.-s,
O'cvm. 2: 0( hm. Furse 52iK. First horse, J120; see
on J h-Tss, 9M: third horse, iJO.
Sscoad rj TJi-.irsda.r, Oct. IS.
No. 4 Funni'ig -Free for a'l. One h;:'f m le and rs
ptat. Pn-se. 1150. First hor?e. $100; second horse $50.
Ni. f. Sam? day, Running stako Dash of one mile and
i o il for, for three year old-. $25 entrance, $10 forfeit,
$15) ddeJ hy the Society.
No. 6. Sam day. Trottins - For 2 ?7 clwi. rnrse.
$5 W. First horse, $300; second honc, f i'JO; third. J50.
Third Tiy- Fri.Jaj . Oct. I?.
No. 7. Running stake f r two year o is -ras' of three
qiiarfers of a mile. $25 eulrancc, $10 forfeit, $125 ail ied
by the Society.
No. 8. San e Hay. Trottinq- - Free for u". Thrc iniie
and repeat. Purs.- 50. F.rst horse, $i;"0, SiCnd, $1iKV
Nr 9. Sante dav, Tr 'tin',r - rrei? f r all three y.--,r -M
in Si V.ala: aM , in M'.tim L-i--vii. !tti'M is a--i i ?
Coirr.i.. Ca! forui ., Kit: .V .it: :..t! I.ili: rtin.iis, O-. -s
n. Fu'se. $.0. Firs: h ir.v, filX s.-.on.l hor-e, $
thiru h rs;', C2(?.
From net proceeds of mines for 1879 522 66
From poil taxes, 1878 12 00
From poll taxes, 1879 923 SO
From county licenses 4,478 51
From framblinjr licenses 1.441 02
From State insurance licenses 42 S 00
From fire insuran e tax on net premiums 801 41
From life insurance tax on net premiums 24 45
From District Court docket fees 116 on
From fines in District Court 68 10
From fines in Justice Court 48 00
From rent County Buildin; 1,170
From care of indigent sick for other counties. . . 420 24
From expenses on trial of Thomas Flynn (re-
tunrted by the State) 972 04
From state apportionment of school moneys for
January, 1S79 2,175 : 6
Fr'-m sale of school warran'8 in County School
Distnct No. 1 3,000 00
$13,209 !
APPORTIONMENTS.
To State Fund $..121 48
To Oi oeral Fund
To county Ituildin Repair Fund
To Railroad Futid.T
To County Treasurer's Salary Fund
To Contingent Fund
To Pi-uric: Judge's Salary Fund
To Road Fund
To County School Fund
To Comity School Fund, District No. 1.
State School Fund
6.&J4 ".';
1 12:! 20
726 ;i
327 71
429 91
111 30
2 24
327 :i0
3,00 00
2,175 SO
Th subscriber hcrewith5.'"annoi:nee bis forthcomi i
volume of literary odds and ends, letters, etc., the garnet
be entitled,
(
SAGEBRUSH LEAVES."
It is Uteiiced that this book ska embrace about 350
pages, duodeoiwo, bound in cloth, and ready for delivery
on or before tke first day of July, 1879.
$18,209 90
Apportion ment of S:ate school moneys, as ma.le by the
Comit-v School ivip-. ruitendeat :
To State School Fiild, Pistri.tt No. 1 1.7S1 48
To M ite Seh.Mil Fund, District No. 2 321 9:
To State Se'ioo'. Fund, District No. 3 68 !)."
$2,175 :w
Appor'ionni'Mit of County sch xil moaers. as naiie by
Soli .ot Miprrint-cnilent -
To County School Fund, District No. J 311 72
To C uiitv School i tind, District No. 2 56 S.S
To County School Fund, District No. 3 12 0
riic price ef ttitu booh, to b issued to Sub
scribers only, will be 3 OO.
The "Copy" is already in the hands of the publishers.
ME.sSHS. LDW. BOSyui & CO., San Francisco.
Following ia a transcript of the Table of Contents :
SAGEBPU5H LEAVES.
Notes and Queries More Notes and Qutnes Learinp; to
Smoke The Utti Men i lie conlcsstons oi a tsinn
n aniac l'iut s, Mdliners and Boys Somewhat Cvv ish
(ileaniiiL'j -Dates and Mare's Milk A Chapter on
Canes, Ktc. Tom Thumb, Ktc. Something Critical
Random Shots Scraps Finding Money in the Ashes
Our (iood Talkeis of the Far West Bbie Monday
Man as a Barometer.
LETTERS.
LFTTEliS FROM LAKE BIGLKB.
LKTl'LRS FROM SAN f RANCTbCO.
LElTl'.fiS FKOJI THIS FRENCH HOSPITAL.
(879
TUB FOUR KfcYlEWS
ASP
BX.ACSWCOU.
AUTHORIZED RtPRJMTS
The Eilinbargii Review vVThirX
The WSral -Mter Hsvivw(Libe al),
Iho London Quarterly Kevifew (Conservative),
l h br tilth (inurterly K view (Evangeliaal),
3LACKWC0CS EDINBURGH MA&ZII.E.
S I' IfJWK '1'TIOXS Si EC'KI VI 1
ini(i
AT THIS
.iS0 01
Four III Day-Saturday. 1.
No. 10.
of a mile
Runirnsr Free for all. Dash of Hire' s)"-, tors
1'urscSl'O. 1 irst horse, 75; second. $-5.
No. 11. Same d iv, TroMin - Free for all. Purse, $."O0.
First horse, $M); second horse, $120; third horse $8U.
FINEST ST3CX DF2VV3Q'.ENS
;IN
A saasll stoelc of naIUi fr srsodi at ho
Baeaao reitaetioas.
SALE riu:
Pant from 8.
Oftromti froiu Sll.
Tula froui K Z.
tait l"cm 9"i.
VFl.t-r from l."
CuaU fiom 9T
NICOLL THE TAILOR'S
G8AND TAILORING EMPORIUM,
V7 Market Htrot San Franelseo.
al93iu
STATE PRISON
A
E30T AND SHOE FACTORY.
SCPEHIOH ABTICLB OK HEAVY
BOOTS AND SflOES
For sale at the
State's Prison, Carson, Nevada.
Tbe attention of t u trade is specially invitsd to the
boi LO'xia Order! promptly executed.
c. c. BArrr.nMAN, w.rn.
CiSSOLUTIOH 0FC3-PAirA!ERSHIP.
WIIE CO.PARTNEK.'sIIIP 1IRRETOFORE
-tt- between John Geibeiu ami James Krauph, in the
EiuAiuith busloesH, in Carson City, is dissolved by mu
tual eoaj,:nt. Mr. tieibeau assumes all the liabilities aad
wUi cellcat all bill due tke late arm.
JOHN GKIBRA1T.
JA.VIE8 KRALFH.
C-n City, Jujy 17, 1879
CONDITIONS:
All Trot'i ir r.ae.-s arc for three in five, rcopt in the
tliroe year old tro:,, wl.icli is b. st i-.v - in t'nice. In ail
trottiu races four t j enter una tiin e t j start.
Kntries to Trotting Rac' t.i closJ with Secretary on Sep
tember Is:, I S7J Uiit-aiico f v, ten per cent of purse.
National Trotiiiur As-ociation Rules to govern trotting.
Nomina'ions in stakes must be nude to Secretary Si p
tctuber 1, 1879.
Entries f r the purses mas be made : For Wednesday's
racet, on M n iav jirecediuj; for Thursday's races, or
Tuesday; for Friday's racv-s, on WeJ:icsd-y; lor Saturday's
racos, on Ihuisuay, at the regular tune torciosmir entries
as designated by i he rules. Those who have nominations
in the stakss must name to the Secretary, in writing, which
horse they will start, the day before the race, at 7 o'clock
p. M. Horses entered in purses can only be drawn by con-
sont of the Judges, The rules of the i'acitic Giood Horse
Association will g vern runn.njr raee9. Each day's races
will commencs promptly at 1 o'clock r. u. All entries
must be add eased to the secretary.
M.UYD II I LI.. Presitlea.
W. li. "ruge", Serretary-
IltfBfSSIlCEtlTS.
From Oneral Fund
Oa a.Y'.Uiit care of i.aiicent sick $2,223 25
O.i account txUry A- fees Co. officers. . 6 571 16
on aivoimt j'lr ;- s 2,504 35
tin account en.r.'. cxtenscs 2,052 95
From state Fund
Onai-'ount -it itc expenses $678 26
On .count June settlement with Stale
Treasurer 1,701 46
From Railroad Fmd
On ace u:it interest on c 'Unty bond
to June 10. 1x79
Fr.T.i Cont'iie t Fund -On
ac oi!ii! contingent expenses
From County Kundiiiir Repair Fund
On aiv lttr reoairs on county buildiiiir
From Di-tri'-t .Ittdc's Salary Fund
On acc m: Si! ;ry Di-irici .lud'e
',-'rom Ciainy ''r.'as::rr's Salary Fund
Op. nc'im. s i!a-'." ''uunty Treasurer..
F oti C.-.iti -;c io,i Fi:n.i. Di-Lrict No. 1
Oi; iL'.-i.Ui,. b....cy of teachers. $.1,091 C4
in a.-e .Hint i'v, filial ex;iei!-es 61,
From C. u:tv School Fr.nd, District N
On a.-cou-:t s fctar of ttaMcis
on account incid. ntal expea-es
$15,S51 71
$2,379 72
fc?,955 00
$.61 50
$213 01
$?75 00
$.'50 00
$;t,737 59
From Co.otv Scoi.ol F.i!i 1, Distr'-'
Cmi i " c.lHI t'.l' V oi lcacih rs
Kr .rn Stat" t.oo! l:-.rict No. 1
On acc u'tit salary : teaca.'S
From .state Sciioo! lij-trict No. 2
tin account sii.r oi" teachers
Fro u S'.at-j S-U;hi1 District No. 3
tin aecaunt salary of teachers
0 00
30 50
J VtO 5;!
t No. 3
$:2 i0
$1,s05 00
8355 00
J63 00
f $30,489 06
TR4NSPKB3 V APS:
From County Treasurer' Salary Fund to Goueral
'tn
era' Fund to Couuti Treasurer's
51,917 85
207 21
763 CI
OARSON CITY SAVINGS BANK
SA'.KEK, BROKERS AMD FIRE 1MSLT.
ANCE ASENTS.
CARSON CITY, -
NEVADA.
MINING, STOCKS BOUGHT AXD
OV COMMISSION.
13tireral Margins allowed on Ap;-oved Stocks."
Fraaslsej Cjrrspondent Latham & King
Carson September 1, 1877
DISSOLUTION CF PARTNERSHIP.
TIJE PART9TERHII HCRKTOFaitF.
existing between E. M. Hunt aud C. H. Maish, do
ng buiue s in this city under the firm name of
CARSttS MI LI, COM PA STY,
a this day dissolved ty mutual consent, C. H. Maish re
tiring. E. M. Hunt will continue the business in con
nection with the Lake Tahoe Lumber Yard, and will pay
all bills against and is alone authorized to collect all bills
dua the old firm. E. M. HUNT,
C. U. MAISH.
Carson City, July 21, 1876.
MRS. M. A. McNEIL,
A RTIT. 19 PREPARED TO GIVB BN
struction in
Landscape Oil Painting,
Water Colors,
Monochromatic. Crayon and Pent
Draw'-ng.
Having had much experience as a (waclier in Ohio,
nois and California, and with success, she feel, conti.loa
of (fivin? satisfaction to all who may tavor her with tbeit
patronage. Terms reasonable. Enquire at her residener
on west side of Curry, between Musaer and Proctor.
N. B. Satnrdayt), if necessary, will be devoted to pupil
of th.i Pu'ilie Soh-xlj in drawinjr, Terms, tweutf -fir.
eenta per lesion. je.ai
From Oe
Fund .
From tlriier.il 1'ui.d to District Judge's Salary
Fund
From County Building Renair Fund to Genettil
Fund .. '. 2,100 00
From liejieral Fund to Mailiard Fund 1,900 00
RECAPITULATION.
Balance on hand January 1. 1879 $17,004 37
Receipts, for 0 montlis cudiut June 30, 1879 18,209 96
$35,214 33
Disbursements, 6 mouths eudtag Jnme 88, 1S79 . 33,48 ) 06
Balance on hand July 1. 1S79
AI'PORTlOSEO AS FOLLOWS t
To the General Fund
io the State Fund
To th County Building Repair Fund
To th County Treasurer s Salary Fund
To th Railroad Fund
To the Road Fund
To the Contingent Fund
To the County School Fund
To the County School Fuad, District No. 1
To the County School Fund, District No. 2
To the County Schcol Fund, District No. 3
To the State School Fund, District No
To the State School Fund, District No
To the State School Fund, Discrict No.
To the Special School Fund
$4,725 27
$1,593 95
1,211 23
515 58
159 92
258 60
6 hO
131 32
238 10
240 79
S04 4 2
06
19
2 09
5 95
6 27
$4,725 27
Statement showinsr outstanding indebtedness of the
count July 1, 1879:
Coanty bonds from No. S3 to 200, inc'usive giv
en to V. A T. R. R. December 10, 1869 $113,000 00
Accrued interest on same to July 1, 1879 439 44
Intenat-be irini? warrants on County School jSSI -
District No. 1 3,000 00
Accrued interest on same to July 1. 1875 42 00
Salary warrants on County School District No. 1 160 00
Warrants on the General Fund 26 4
Total jrroas indebtedness to July 1, 1879 $116,667 84
RespcctfuUv submitted,
FRED D. TURNER.
County Auditor.
JACOB TOBBI H EH,
WTIOLESALB AKH RETAIL DIALER
IMPORTED AMD CaklESTSC CISARS,
PIPES,
SMOKERS' ARTICLES,
CUTLERY
Ete Ete Ktc
HZNP.Y R. MIGHELS.
Carnm. Nevada, May It, Kit
X IF- . S"r 3E X SsT 2ST S3 "2
Vo II IC arivy sliwl. San Kiancisco.
cp -AiS A LI- CHCtONIC AXD SPtfJllL
JL diseases.
VOUVfi MK
Who may be su!Ti;rinr from the effcts of youthful follies
or iu liscretioas wiii d .veil to avail L'ueuiseives of tiiis, the
greatest b .! ever lai 1 at the iVjI of sufferiiic humanity
DR. Si'iNNEY will ia''i it to forfeit five hundred dol
lars for everv easj of w1 ikn 'ss or orii ate disease of any
kind or character which lie undertakes and fails to cure.
5HODLE AUM JIKX.
There are many at the a.'e of thirty to sixty who are
troubled with too frequent evacuation of the bladder,
often accompanied by a slight smarting or LoU uin: stnsa
tion and a weakenino of the system in a m;um- r the pa
tient cannot acc unt tor. On examining the urinary de
posits a ropy sediment will often 1 e found, and scmctimes
-mall partiiics of album -n will uppeir. or the color wili be
of a thin, nii.kish hue, turaiti ciia..-iii,' to a lark and tor
pid appearance. There are many men who die of this
'iitiicalty, ieuoratu of the cause, which is the second staire
of SLinuiai weakness. Dr. S. will L'ukran:ee a perfect cure
in ail such casus and a healthy restoration of the genito
urinary organs.
O'lie" Hours -10 to 4 and (i to 8. Sundays from 10 to 11
a. m. Cjiis.tUa: ion free. Thor.itiih exannnation and ad
vice, f ',.
Call or address DR. SI'INNEY & CO.,
a;.2')m Arlini'ton House, Carson, Nev.
These RoprlnU are not sclectinrs; they (rive the er(i
nals in fixl, and at about one-third the price of tke fcn-
lish Editions.
No publications can compare with the leadiiur British
Periodicals above named, reprinted by the Leonard Soott
Ptblihiiino Company. In reppect to fidelity of research,
accurac.v of statement, and purity of style, they are wito
out any equal. 1 hey keep pace with modern thought, dis
covery, experiment, and achievement, whether in religion.
science, literature, or art. me aoiest writers nil tnev
pajres with most interesting reviews of history, and with
an intelligent narratiou of the great events of the day :
TERMS for 1879 (Including Postage.)
Payable Stbictly w Advance.
For any one Review $4 00 per amram
For any two Reviows 7 00 " "
Kor any three Reviews 10 CO " "
For all four Reviews 12 00 " "
For Blackwood's Magazine 4 00 " "
For Biackw. od and one Review 7 00 " "
For Blackwood nd two Ueviews 10 00 " "
For Blackwood and three Reviews 13 00 " "
For Blackwood and the four Rex lews. . . .15 00 " "
Tltis item of expense, new borne by the publishers, ia
ufpiivaient to a reduction of 26 per cent, on the curt to
subscribers io mer years.
lurs
p. ni vv . -rv
J rz 5
IIAYE-
Oo.
OF TliEin
FioSE T:CK CF DRY C03DS
TWENTY - FIVr PER CENT.
Lower than any oilier boasr iu tberity.
CALL AT MORRIS COS.
Carm. OeUiber 5, 1879. nov!5
DELTA SALOON,
Q PPOSITE THE STAT i CAPITOL.
This establishment keeps the finest brandsof
WINES.
LIQUORS and
IN THI CITT.
CIGARS
Si 4
Polite attention wiE always be acoorded guests.
WILLIAM GLANCEY
CHANGE DF MANAGEMENT
ar PROPRIETORS.
02RLMSSS"5lT EEOTJSEI
CARSON CITY, NEVADA,
SHARP BROTHERS, - Proprietors.
ARLINGTON CLOCK,
3ARROV CITY NEVA DA.
ianlm
state Tmm Ltm.
Statu La sd Dki'artwpnt, )
Carson Crrr, Nevada, Sept. 12, 1879. '
ALL ARE KERF.BY STOTI-
FltD that the cuttinir of timber or wiwid for any pur
pose on any timber lauds including the 16th and 36th
school land sections belonging to the State of Nevada,
;s contrary to law, and that leal proceedings will be insti
tuted aaainst all persons w ho have committed, or who may
hereafter commit any such trespass and damage upon such
lands
Persons knowinp By i jpredations bein committed
upon the growin; timb.i ( tny of the public school lands
of the State are respectfully requested to forward snch
information to this office,
A. J. HATCH,
Surveyor 0ira!an4 ex OfReio State Land Rmjistcr.
Tli is hotel is the moi pleasantly and centrally located in
tha city, being near the principal business houses and the
State Capnol.
The Culinary Department is under the management of
experienced beads, and no expense wid be soared in tup
p'vmg the table with he best the market aff irds.
J. W. SHARP (formally of the Revere Hooue, Napa,
California), Mannoger.
el-Vis.-.
A di --count f 20 percent, will be ailoned to clubs of four
or i;i..rc ov i'soiifl. 'fi.us: four i:opies of liiackwood or M
..tic Rj ... v wid be sent. In uav adhf, tor $12 80, four
ccpies of the four Ret iews and Blackwood for $ S, aud so
311.
KM11.11S.
New subscribers 'app!yin:r eaily) for the year 1879 ray
l ave, without ch-irirc, t!:c numbers for the last quarter of
17 4 rf such petiodicals as they may subs, rihe for.
Or, instead, ic.w sri -.ciib'.-is to any two throe, or for
of the above p riodicals, may have one of tiie "Four Re
views" tor Lsls: sub.i -r:iici- to aii live ir-ay have two of
the "Four Review.-,,'' or 0,1.; 't oi i;ja kv.-ood'a Magazine
tor l-78.
Neilrier pr '..iuins to s-;b.i.-r:'-; rs i.,r rii-'iunt t.1 clubs
can be. n!l,wt. f.nless the 10 a. y .4 it lai-.tol Jiwet to the
p :bii-hcrs No prLiiiiui-s ;! ' 1 11 to ci'al.s.
To secure preuiiuu.s it i.l ! e uc.-ce-?-..r !j inako esriy
aiuilicaliou, as the stock avvl.-.Uo 'or that p.tipose is Mis
ted. KKCItl.M KII rfT
TH! IE3N!.R3 3"!TT PJ3ll?K KB CO.,
?, Ai WASHER & 00.
Csrson Streer, corner cf ?35u3ser,
Carsor, City, Hev.
r K H . R S . r. A. W A G n r fc CO,
if S iuform the public that they announce no deone
a prices, because they bed
Lowsr t!ian any other House In
the County i
rtiey defy competition, and ask purcnaxcr.4 to oonnre
their prices with those of any and ail dealers.
ALWAYS OX
U.i.0 A Htl, LINK
OF
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1
1ARDWAR
vir:
rt5ai"?s. Ksttlos. Wooden Goods,
Tinware, wSv.ovo 3, .'icittj,
5 A 2 3.T A H OILS,
C!as r.nd Crockety Ware.
Sashes, Door?, Window Glass
itraaiiii go:d?i. will i'apeji.
MOVERS AND HEAPRS,
Washing Machines.
A complete Tin shop and competent workmen j
l'i unibing and Uas Fitting done.
ALL WORK
May 10. 1S73.
WARRANTED.
P. A. WAGNER.
GEORGE W. KITZMETER
HAS JUST RECEIVED
4 LARGE STOCK OF THB LA T ESI
J styles olA
Walnut Chamber Suits,
Beaut itu i Parlor Suits,
P-2Elegant Sideboards,
Wardrobes, Bookcases,,
Writing Desks and
Tables of all Kinds.
The above goods all come direct from Eastern mannfao
tones, made of solid walnut, raid have the most desirable
oil finish. I have also on hand a large variety of
Camp Chairs, Parlor, Office Dining and
Eiteben Chairs, Lonnei Spring
Pillows.
and
dec3ftf
GEORGE W. KITZMT5THB
THE ORMSBY HOUSE
Is the headquarters for all the stago lines leavinj Sarson
Transient Rates $, W W nd B
Meals 50 esnts uach
Carsen City Sipteniber 19, 1T9. ala
SEALE3 Pi'OPOSAL.
Office of Cocnty Ci.crk,
CakS'in Chv, Nevada. )
SBALr.D PROPOSALS WILL EE RK
CKIVKD by the lioard of County Commission
up to aud including
WEDNESDAY, OCTOCER 15th,
At 10 o'clock A. M. of that day, at the office of the County
Clerk of Onusby County, for the boaid nd care of the
indigent sick aud county' poor of said connty by the woek
at a stated price per heal. The Hoard reserves the rii.ht
to reject any and all bids.
By order of Board of County Coromwoners.
Atte.t : J. U. MARSHALL, Clerk.
Dated, October 6, 1879. t-10d
ARLINGTON HOUSE:
TkTORTB CARSON STREET,
CARSON CITY. NEVADA".
ITavinsr leased this well-kuown brick building, I notlf
my friends and the public in general that it will be kept
a first-class hotel in every particular.
1 HE TABLE will be second to none in the State.
TFE BAR will be supplied with the best brands
Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
T"t:ood 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 attend
Kirs n to the wants of niy patrons. B. F. SMALL,
jel 2-tf Proprietor.
LAKE TAHOE LUMBER YARD.
E. M. HUNT, - - - - Proprietor
rEEPS CONSTANTLV OS HAND
Clear and Common Lumbor, of all kinds'.
Doors, Windows and Blinds.
M-'ildings. Pickets and Shingles.
Door and Window Hangings and Fastenings.
Screws, Wire Cloth, F.tc., F.tc.,
Which I sell choaper than can be bought at any 'other
place in the dWtte.
fiTOrders delivered In all parte of the city Free.
Carson City, February 28, l't.

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