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VOL. IX.-No. 119. VIRGINIA, NEVADA: FRIDAY. AU,01ST 25, 1876. 25CTS. PER WEEK


virvoiUNi Go#au Orfoutdir.
PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON,
(Sundays excepted.)
OPFICE- Black's Building, Taylor
street, Second Door below 0.
SUBSCRIPTION RATS.
Per Week (by carriers) .......Twenty-five Cents
One Year (postage paid) ..........Eight Dollars
Six Months ...........Five Dollars
Three Months ..........Three Dollars

Agents for the Evening Chronicle :
Carson ................. .. R. Fred. Brooks
Empire ..... ................. James Morris
Reno........................... S. M. Jamison
Truckee.......................H.It H. Greeley
Wadsworth,........................ Ed. Fowler
Eureka ........................... W. Kellogg
Austin......................... H. Horne
Belmont ........................H. P. Stimler
Hamilton.................... Thomas Starr

LOTHAIR'A WESLH ESTATE,
A tMarquis with $5,000 a Day.
(From the New York World.]
Olive Logan and her inseparable Wirt
Sikes have arrived at Cardiff, whither
the -have been sent by President Grant
tdoccupy the consulate. Olive is de-
lighted with her new home and its sur-
e" roundings. Ifyouhaveread "Lothair "
you know who the Marquis of Bute is;
if you know who the Marquis of Bute
is, you are acquainted, no doubt, that
the Cardiff is the greatest of his posses-
sions. For almost literally he owns
this seaport town, Many persons here
own houses they dwell in; an infini-
tesimal number ownthogroundon which
they are built. Almost all hold the
land on a ground rent, through a lease,
more or less long, from the Marquis of
Bute, and princely as is the income
which the young noble at present en-
joys, it must yearly become larger as
these leases expire, and the land falls
into the estate for reletting. Many of
the leases soon now to revert to Lord
Bute, were originally granted for the
term of ninety-nine years, and the
ground is perhaps a hundred-fold more
valuable now. The lordly pair are not
at the castle now, but are in the thick
of the fashionable season at London.
There, too, they possess a splendid
home, as well as a seat in Scotland.
Lady Bute is a Roman Catholic. Lo-
thair, after his conversion, could of
course, wed none other. She belongs
to the.great house of Howard, one of
the ablest and one of the richest of
English aristocratic names. Her father
gave her $500,000 on her wedding day-
a bagatelle, indeed, to Lothair, whose
income is $5,000 a day. Although the
Marquis has been of age some years, he
cannot obtain control of his estate until
a son is born to him. Lady Bute has
had a daughter, but "it's of no conse-
quence," of course, in view of its sex.

TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.
Great swarms of grasshoppers are flying
about in the vicinity of Omsbaha, chiefly
going south. No damage 7t.
The Vienna Post says the Prince Impe-
rial of Austria will start next Autumn
on a two years' tour through Europe and
America.
John and James Sweeney, desperadoes,
who have been raiding the counties along
the Southern border for three years; were
arrested and.brought to Louisville, Ken-
tucky, yesterday. -
A Cincinnati En.quaer Berkeley Springs
dispatch says: S. W. Crawf..rd,. a qul.:k
doctor, confided in jail here-charged with
poisoning William Jobnsi.n, a resp.-ctaible
citizen, two weeks ago, was taken from
tae jail by a mob of masked men, last
night, and hung.
Earl Dufferin and party sailed frdm
.Victoria, yesterday morning, in a was-
ship for the north. Several newspaper
correspondents accompany the expedition.
The fleet at Esquimal was brilliantly illu I-
mited on Wednesday night. Th-ere were
series of aquatic sports during the day.
... Dispatches from Fort Sully estate that
ithe conduct of the Indians has become
S.very docile within a few days, in marked
contrast to their former insolence, many
c-f them voluntarily coming in and deliv-
ering up their arms. It i6 supp'o'ed they
are influenced in this by 'news ,'i reverses
to Sitting Bull's handIs, which could easily
reachthem by this kLorter and much moire
direct line of communication with the
Ihostile camp.
A general order just issued from the
War Department directs Colonel Ru'-er,
upon assuming c-.mmand of the Depart
ment of the. South, on r'r about Sept,em-
bar 1, to transfer the headquarters of the
department 't.i Atlanta, Georgia. Tb.
companies of the Seond Infant ry ow in
the department of the Gulf will e trans-
ferred to the Department of the South.
The companies of the Sixteenth Infantry
now itd thatdepartment w ill be tranuferrcd
to the Department of the Gulf.
esaterdav's Tronto G,'.:/.- 6ays thr spn.
national telegram from Victo-ria a 6 'sian
Francisco, bears more tihn one at-surdiry
on the face of it. In the firet place it 7L-
absolutely cert l that, ao) far Irom the'
Pacific railrLon being abrand-n.J'. eevrv
effort is being sde to punh it f-rwardl
and to secure the best means for its comn
pletion, and. in themextir ce, if the (an-'
adian Pacific were to be dr.:,pppeol, the
announcement w,.tld be ma-iJ, nu-t by the
Governor-General to a deputation of Vic-
toria citizens, but to the whole people of
Canada.




PLUMBER,

Steam and Gas Fitter,
No. 7 NORTH B STREET,
Two door North of Justice's Court.

PATRONS MAY RELY THAT ALL BUSI-
ness entrusted to me will be promptly
attended to, and that the charges will b
reasonable au 7 Im

MRS. HOFFMAN,
FORTUNE-TELLER & ASTROLOGER,
Nevada House, South C st., Virginia.
CONSULTATION .EE- $1 50 TO $2 00.
Office hours, from 0 in the morning until
11 at night, ault. Im*T
THOSE McKEOWN,

CARRIAGE PAINTER,
SOUTH C STREET,
OPPOSITE THE ASHLAND HOUSE, ON
the Divide. All work warranted first-
class. aul4 lm
OF THE LATEST STYLES FOR LADIES
and Children.
DRESSMAKING DONE,


STAMPING DONE, at MRS. CORN-.
WEL'S, 39 North C street, ses d door from
Sutton avenue. au22 lw-2p
ENGINEERING AND SURVEYING.


P00 o4io af xgadtnxexIdp.

NOTICE OP COPARTNERSHIP-
The undersigned hereby give notice that
they have this day formed a copartnership,
under the name and style of GUNDLACH &
BOEH, in the boot and shoe business in the
City of Virginia, county of Storey, and State of
Nevada. They will continue the Philadelphia
Boot and Shoe Store, at No. 28 South C street,
where they will keep on hand the FINEST AND
BEST-SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS In their
line in the State of Nevada, and respectfully
Eollcit a ountinuaice of the liberal patronage
heretofols bestowed upon the old h cale.
W. GtN DLACH,
S. bOEH.
TIReaIIA, NeT.,'Au9gust 1, 183760. aut l

D DISSOLUTION OF PARTNER-
SHIP.-The copartnership heretofore
existing between the undersigned at Gold Hill,
Storey county, State of Nevada, engaged In the
business of BOILER-MAKERS, Under the firm
name and style of BELMOR & SWANWICK, is
this day dissolved by mutual consent.. All bills
due by said firm will be paid by 0. E. BEL.
MOR, and all bills due said firm are payable
only to him. 0. E. BELMOR will continue
said business on his own account, he having
purchased all the Interest of Sidney F. Swan-
wick therein. SIDNEY F. SWANWICK,
GEORGE E. BELMOR.
Da.ted Virginia City, August 15,1876. aul5-1m
D)ISSOLUTION OF COPARTNER-
S SHIP.-By mutual consent the partnership
heretofore existing between A. A. ROBERTSON
and C. P. ADAMS, under the firm name and style
of ADAMS & ROBERTSON, engaged in the
business of tinning, plumbing and gas-fitting,
is this day dissolved. Said A. A. ROBERTSON
is alone authorized to receive all moneys due
the said firm, and hereby assume all of the
debts of said firm.
ALEX. A. ROBERTSON,
CHARLES P. ADAMS.
Dated Virginia, Nevada, August 12, 1876.
aul2 tf

itttry W tblw.
MOONEY'S LIVERY STA-
bles, South B street. The un-
dersigncd, having largely added to his.L.
stock of Horses, Carriages and Buggies, as well
as to his accommodations for Boarding Horses,
is prepared to respond promptly and satisfacto-
rily to all demands which may hbe made upon
him for anything in the line of Buggies, Saddle
Horses or Carriages. Among the recent addi-
tions to his stock of Riding Horses are several
fine specimens, gentle as lambs, yet lively as a
lightning flash, procured for the especial use of
Ladies. [au9 tf] WILLIAM MOONEY.

CITY FEED STABLES.
129 South C Street.
HORSES BOARDED BY THE DAY,
Week or Month. Saddle Horses
to Let. Hay of all kinds and for all
prices delivered to any part of the city I-
free of charge. [au2<1m] C. BASTIAN.





MINERS' UNION PICNIC.



THIRD ANNUAL PICNIC

....OF Tn.....


VIRGINIA MINERS' UNION

-WIL 1 MILD AT-

TREADWAY'S RANCH, CARSON CITY

Saturday, September 9, 1876.


THE MINERS OF THE COMSTOCK HAVE
BOs few opf.... tri,;l. ...f breathing the fresh
air ane of enj...y;ng ..ui ... r exercise that the
hlr., ers' l.riin& ta c,,oui,Jj it. necessary to set
apan c.re day in kv tih .aic fr rural recreation.
Ample car-room has Lea Bsecured for the
ocmwiaon.
THE BEST BANDS OF MUSIC IN THE STATE'
Have been engaged, and the Public may rest as-
sured that nothing will be left undone en the
part of the Union to make this the most enjoy-
able affair of the season.

Tickets for the Excursion and
Picnic
Can be procured from any member of the Com-
mittee. All parties not holding Excursion
Tickets will be charged an entrance fee of $1 to.
the grounds. Trains leave Virginia City at
8 o'clock A. x.; Gold Hill, 8:15 A. u.

Committee of Arrangements*
'VIaiNIA.
R. Williams, B. Callahan,
J. Riordan, A. Miot,
J. Cavanagh, G. Williams,
C. Williamson.
GOLD HILL.
T. Burke, I G. H. Morrison.
SlTIVA CITT.
T. R. Farr, I RauzMn.

A first-class prize will be put up by the Union
to be shot for on the ground by a team from
any and every militia company in the State of
Nevada. and to which shooting match and com-
petition for the prize all military companies of
the State are cordially invited. Also an Archery
prize will be given to be shot for by the ladies.
Tickets .............................$2 50
aul td



FOR SALE!

SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY
....TO....
BUY OUT A BUSINESS
ALREADY ESTABLISHED AND A NET
1 Profit of $400 per month, which can be
largely increased by close attention to business.
Only a small amount of money required down,
but purchaser must be able to give good security
and reference as to responsibility, etc. For
further particulars address
"BUSINE( S,'
au8 tf P. O. Box 540, Virginia Cily.

WANTED! WANTED

TO HELP EAT MUTTON-CHOPS, BEEF-
steaks, Ham and Eggs, Mutton Stews,
Baked Pork and Beans (Boston style), Roast
Meats, etc., at
KINGSBURY'S LUNCH & CHOP HOUSE
MEALS as per Bill of Fare. Call for what
you want and pay for what you get. Where is
the place ? You can't miss it, on Union street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Between B and C streets, jy31 m
LOTS FOR SALE

WILL BE SOLD AT A REASONABLE
figure, the lot of ground


Eighty Feet Front on D Street,
And running clear to E street, with the same
frontage on the latter street. The ground is
situated on the east side, between Taylor and
Union streets, and is one of the most eligible
pieces of property in town. For particulars
inquhiofW. J. FORD or J. 0. HAMPTON,
Neo. 8o and 87 North C street, Virginia, Nov.
aul 1m
NOTICE TO TOWN LOT DEALERS.
PERSONS ARE CAUTIONED AGAINST
purchasing from any one any Town Lots
scat of L street, between Washington and
Hick in tho city of Virginia, Storey county,
Nevo a,as the same is Ift property of the Si n-
stor Miling Company. au21 tt


Atach 3i-Totero.

R. P. KEATING & CO.,
(Successors to Miner & Hall)
STOCK AND MONEY BROKERS, GOLl
T HILL, Nevada, will purchase and sell o!
Commission. Correspondents in San Fran
isco-Woods & Freeborn, members of ti,
itock and Exchange Board au 24tf
SPEYER BROTHERS,

STOCK BROKERS,

41 South C street, Virginia,
(In J. & J. B. Mallon's store.)

STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COM,
k mission, and carried on Margins.
Correspondents in S;n Francisco-Greene-
baum, Helbing & Co.
We refer to Anglo-Californian Pank, San
Francisco; Hon. F. F. Low, San Francisco
Prescott, Scott & Co., San Francisco. au24 tf
eQO. H. DANA. 1. P, tDREXRa.
L. P.DREXLER&Co.,
STOCK BROKERS,
Offlce-ODD FELLOWS' BUILDING
VIRGINIA, NEVADA.
STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD ANI
Carried on Margins. Money Loaned or
approved security.
Correspondents in San Francisco, Messrs. J.
H. Latham & Co.
Virginia, December 9,1875. au9 tf
F.A.TRITILl. a. DaRICOL
D. DRISCOLL & CO.,
STOCK EXCHANGE AND MONEY'
BROKERS, place of business, C street
next to Bank of California, will purchase anss
sell, strictly on commission, Mining Stocks
Government and California State Bonds, Sas
Francisco Local Stocks, and all other Securitiu.
dealt in at the San Francisco Stock and Ex.
change Board.
ADVANCES MADE on approved Stock an,
other Securities au7 tf


RALSTON & BRAZELL,

COMMISSION STOCK BROKERS

DOUGLASS BUILDING.


South 0 street, Virginia, Nevada.

Correspondents in San Francisco-FRY,
NEAL & CO. au3 tt

J. N. WALKaa. ALEXAKNDER AUSTIN.
aJENNINs s. cox.
J. M. WALKER & CO.,
STOCK BROKERS,
303 Montgomery St. cor. Pine, S. Fr.
au13 tf
'W lt e Slm t uqtor ~i)raler.
JONBS eROUr. HUn H M'cRUM.
SROUFE & McORUM
(Succe.srs to J. M. Goewey & Co.),
Importers of Liquors, :
FINE KENTUCKY- WHISKIES, ETC.,
au21 lm 409 & 411 Front St., San Francisco.
KELLY, HENDERSON & CILCHRIST,'
Importers and Jobbers of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC .
WINES & LIQUORS,
Nos. 309 and 311 Front Street
(Bet. Commercial and Sacramento),
au9 lm SAN FRANCISCO.
F. M. CARTAN, T. F M'CARTHY.
CARTAN, M'CARTHY & CO.,
Importers, Distillers' Agents and
Wholesale Liquor Dealers,
518 Sacramento street,
Between Montgomery and Sansome, San Fran-
cisco. Cal. ,. t. au9 tf


JOINT TIME-TABLE OF THE
VIRGINIA & TRUCKEE and CENTRAL
PACIFIC:
From San Fran. From Va. City.
Ar've 9:30 A M Virgi.. Leave 7:00 P
0:18 A M Gold Hill 7:13 P m
8:40 A M Mound House 7:45 Pm
Dep't 8:00 S 8:25) "
Ar've 7:35 Carson 8:40 f
6:45 A Steamboat 9:31 M
6:13* Reno 10:05 *t
4:10 A M Truckee 12:00 A m
0:15 P M Sacramento 6:30 A M
:10 M Vallejo 9:10 AM
Leave 4;001 m Sap Francisco Ar've 11:10 A
*V. & T. Time tC. P. Time
Dinner on boat from San Francisco, and
breakfast at Carson, going East. Breakfast on
boat from Vallejo, going West. Sleeping car
daily between Carson and Vallejo.
H. M. YERINGTON,
General Sup't V. &. T. R. R.
A. N. TOWNE \
je? General Sup't C. P. R. R.



ON AND AFTER TUESDAY, MARCH 23,
1875, Trains will LEAVE RENO daily as
follows:
21,50 A. M.-Passenger Train to Ogden and
East.
4s40 A. M.-Freight Train to Ogden -.'
East.
1, 105 A. M.-Passonger' Train to Sacrament
2:45 P. M.-Freight Train to Sacramento
and San Francisco.
10205 P. M.-Express Train to Sacramento
and San Francisco.
T. H. GOODMAN,
General Passenger and Ticket Agent.
je28-8m A. N. TOWNE. General Supt.

,Uftrituvr.

R. A. BARNES,


No. 87 South C Street.

C OFFINS, CASKETS AND UN-.
dertakor's Trimmings. A fine
Hearse and any number of Carriages.
au21 tf R. A. BARNES.

HALLEOK BROS.,
....DIALBRS IN. --

FURNITURE AND BEDDING

CARPETS, ETC.,
No. 65 South C street, Virginia.
N. B.-The best quality of everything in our
line on hand at the LOWEST RATES. au20 lm

C. JAMES KING OF WM. & CO.,
-MAN"uACTrttERs Or-
Hermetically Sealed Can Goods
Corner Broadway and Sansome street,
SAN FRANCISCO,
Only Gold Medal awarded on this
for Hermetically Sealed God,. Nn Chiname.
employed by this firm. 4 tf

A. H. RICKETTS,
NOTARY PUBLIC.-OFFICE WITH
Whitman & Wood, Attorneys and Coun-
selors at Law Bank of California Building
(up stairs entrance on Taylor street, au7 1m


THE BURLINGTON RESTAURANT,
No. 192 South C Street.
R. M. Brashears Proprietor

THE ABOVE RESTAURANT
having lately gone through a
thorough re-iovation, Is now one
of THE BEST RESTAURANTS in
sbe State. The tables wil always be supplied
with all the delicacies of the season. Board by
the Day, Week or Month. None but WHITE
Laborers employed. All the comforts of a Home
can be found at the BURLINGTON. aulD Im

HAPPY AND CONTENT
-ARE TUE MEN WHO BOARD AT-
Ka3 oA.0x'.Ta&.z

RESTAURANT & CHOP HOUSE,
No, 91 South C Street6

T HIS HOUSE HAS EARNED A
first-class reputation,though but
a short time established. Messrs.
QUIRK & SPAAR, the proprietors,
Ihorougbly understand their business, and spare
no effort nor expense to please their customers.

BOARD PER WEEK..................$7 00
BOARD PER DAY .................... 1 00
SINGLE MEALS........................ 50
Porterhouse Steak and Breakfast......... 50
Porterhouse Steak and Eggs.............. 75

THE CAPITAL has the BEST WHITE
COOKS in the county. The greatest attention
is paid to cleanliness, and the waiters are prompt-
mnd attentive.
QUIRK iS SPAAR,
aul6 1m Proprietors.,
NEW YORK BAKERY
AND OYSTER SALOON.

A. MAESTRETTI
Has Opened a First-Class
RESTAURANT AND CHOP HOUSE
At 100 South C street.
-OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Call and see me. aul4 10.0
MI MC3 M M21
CITY BAKERY RESTAURANT
No. 27 North C street,
FITZMEIER & ARMBRUST
T.HE CONFECTIONERY DEPARTMENT
Si complete .m every particular. All kinds
ot French and Plain Candies, Plain and Orna-
mental Cake always on hand.
All orde .for Ball Suppers, and in fact any-
thing in outlne, will be promptly attended to.
aull Tm
CHOP HOUSE AND CANDY STORE

J. M. 'FLURSHUTZ
IAS OPENED AT NO. 2
_South C street a Chop House,
Candy Manufactory and Soda Foun-
tain. Th establishment will be4
kept in last-class style. au9 1m

80NANZA RESTAURANT
"D.... .... A

CHOP HOUSE, ,
North C St., next to Union Brewery'

THE ABOVE RESTAURANT AND CHOP
.House will be supplied with the very
best eatables the market affords.
Beard by the Day, Week or Month.
Everything about the house new and first-
,lass. Prices reasonable.
au8 1m C. L. FLICK.

WELCH'S RESTAURANT,
Main Street, Gold Hill,
Opposite the Depot.
A LL CHINAMEN KICKED OUT,
and none but white cooks in
command Board $7 per week.
au7 lm
EUROPEAN RESTAURANT'
North C Street, Next Door to
No. .3a Englt-hoaUse.

MRS.E. KNAIA P,-' Proprietress.,

THE ABOVE R STA.-URANT
will be kept ,- ir. i; .-is 6T., i
The tables will :., Tiiri'-:.J 'th Lk te
very best the market affords. Vir-
ginians and strangers from abroad will find A
HOME at the European.
Board by the Day, Week or Month.
Give Mrs. Knapp a call. au5 lm

RYAN'S RESTAURANT,
No. 188 South C street, Virginia.
THE ABOVE RESTAURANT _
will he conducted in first-class
style. THE TABLE will be supplied
with the best the market affords.
Board by the Day, Week or Month.
A finely furnished Lodging House is also
connected with the Restaurant.
jy29 lm W. B.' RYAN, Proprietor.

RESTAURANT


NOTICE. J

IH HAVING BOUGHT OUT THE INTEREST
Sof Captain J. S. Young in the

BROOKLYN RESTAURANT
-AND-
C0:EO:E worroTa'E,
I intend continuing the business in the same
manner and style as the former proprietor, and
solicit a share of the public patronage so liber-
ally extended to the BROOKLYN.
au2 lm OWEN GERATY, Prop'r.

COSMOPOLITAN DEBATING
....AND....
LITERARY SOCIETY.
THE ABOVE SOCIETY, NEWLY ORGAN-
ized, will hold its regular meetings at the
Baptist Church, South C street, EVERY FRIDAY
EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
DEBATES, ESSAYS, READINGS,
DECLAMATIONS AND MUSIC
-WILL FORM THE-
Order of Each Evening's Exercises.
eu4 tf


MUSIC


LESSONS.


F. J. JESSUP,
F THE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC OF
New York, is now prepared to receive
pupils for
THE PIANO AND ORGAN.
Orders can be left at the Pioneer Book-store,
corner C and Taylcq streets. Refers to W. H.
Asb, Prof. E. J. Pasm- re, T. J. McClalland, Esq.,
aod J. A. Stephens, Esq. aul8 tf
FRUIT! FRUIT FRUIT!
W HO KEEPS THE VERY BEST FRUIT
1in Virginia City to-day? A. GENESSY Is
the man. He sells cheaper than any other
dealer in the State, because he has the agency
for nearly all the fruiterers in California. He
also keeps constantly on hand an assortment of
the finest French Candies, imported direct from
the Standard French Confectioners. au2 lm


Itteracey at Xw.t
B. B. STONEHILL, R. E. F00T.OOT
STONEHILL & FOOTE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW-OFFICE,
Room No. 12 Douglas Building, Virginia
City. au22 lm
R. H. TAYLOR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW-ROOMS S
and 9 Piper's Building, corner of B an
Union street, VirKlnja, Nevada. aull tf
J. A. STEPHENS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE
Hanak's new building, Room No. 5, second
story, aull-lm
M. KIRKPATRICK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW-VIRGINIA
City, Nevada. aulO tf
A. H. WILLIS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW-ROOM NO. 7
Odd Fellows Building. aul3 lm
T. A. STEPHENS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.-OFFICE, IN
Odd Fellows' Building, Room 7. aulO tf
J. H. GRAHAM,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
at Law and Notary Public.-Office, with
Lewis & Deal, upper floor of Hanak's Build
ing, between Odd Fellows' Hall and Wells
Fargo & Co.'s. au2 lm
J F LEWIS, W. Ba EAL.
LEWIS & DEAL,
A ATTORNEYS AT LAW.-OFFICE,
L upper floor of Hanak's Building, between
Odd Fellows' Hall & Wells, Fargo & Co.'s au2tf
L. T. COWIE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW--ROOMS 6
and 8, over Schoenfeld & Cook's. aul irn
S. P. SCANIKER,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
AT LAW-No. 85 South C street, Vir-
ginia City, Nevada. jy 26 lm
CHAS. H. BRYAN,
A ATTORNEY AT LAW CAN BE
k_ found at Piper's Building, B street, Vir-
ginia. Special attention paid, to cases in the
Supreme Court and U. S. Circuit and District
-Courts. aul9 tf



DR. M. PRITCHARD,
PHYSICIAN, SURGEON AND AC-
COUCHEUR,
au24. m No. 10 South C Street.
'." DR. J. J. MAGEE,
Ptt;rSICIAN AND SURGEON-ON-
."ie Divide, Gold Hill. Office, in Cham-
berlain' new building, east side of Main street.
Office lours-7 to 9 A. m, 1 to 3 P. m. and. 8 to 9
P. M. Calls attended promptly, and medicine
provided free of charge. aul2 lm
DR. J. THOMAS JOHNSON
H AS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO THF
Fredrick House, corner of C and Union
streets.' au9tf
DR. BENJ. ROBINSON,
SURGEON, ETC., OF LONDON, ENG
land, has removed his office to
No. 1 South C street, Virginia.
Over Fredericksburg Brewery. aul Im
DR. FORREST,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON-
P Office and residence, east side of Main
street, a few doQrs north of the Catholic church,
Gold Hill. '. aul tf
D,. FOWLER,
PHYSICIAN, 00 SOUTH C STREET,
S '.Virginia, Nevada. jy29 tf
DR. H. St. GEORGE HOPKINS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON-VIR
L ginia, Nevada. Office-Rooms 1 and 7.
Singleton's Building, near the Enterprise office.
Office hours front12 M. to 2 P. M. jy28 1m
DR. J. GRANT,
GRADUATE OF JEFFERSON
ee Medical College, Philadelphia, and Col-
lege of Surgeons, England.
jv26 1m Office over Hatch's Store.
DR. P. T. KIRBY,
COUNTY PHYSICIAN, WILL BE
found at his old office in Gold Hill from
12 to 4 p. M. daily. Any dispatch left there will
be promptly responded to during those hours.
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DJMVOORATI10


STATE O h N.


URSU ANT TO AN ORDER HERETOFORE
made by the Democratic State Central
Committee of the State of Nevada, a State Con-
vention will be held

At the City of Virginia,
....ON,*,..
MONDAY, AUGUST 28, A. D. 1876,
At 12 o'clock H.,
For the purpose of nominating
Three (3) Presidential Electors,
One (I) Congressman,
One (1) Judge of the Supreme Court
And for the selection of
A State Central Committee.

The said Convention will consist of One Hun-
dred and Forty-two (142) Members, apportioned
as follows:
Churchill............ 2 Lincoln ..............10
Douglas............. 6 Lyon................ 8
Elko................10 Nye................. 6
Esmeralda .......... 6Ormsby.............10
Eurelka............12 Storey .............. 6
Humboldt...........l0 Washoe.............10
Lander.............. 8 White Pine.......... 8
The different County Committees abe re-
quested to cause .v .
PRIMARY ELEOTIO
To be held in their respective comi for
Delegates to the State Convention, in acord-
ance with the above apportionment, on,.
Saturday, August 12,"1
--t
All who are opposed to the .'..IIhiAS ir,
power of the Republican pasi. er-.J ,r.1 m,,Il
pledge themselves to -upport tH.: ,. mrne:m .,
the Democratic National and State ConventiOns,
are cordially invited to take part in the election
of Delegates to the State Convention.
By order of the Committee.
W. E. F. DEAL, Chairman.
RoarT. E. LowaERY, Secretary. jy25 tf
[The County Central Committees of the sev-
eral counties will please cause this notice to be
published in one newspaper in their respective
counties till the day of the Convention.]

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FRIDAY...........AUGUST 25, 1876

The Evening Chronicle has more
than double the circulation of
any other newspaper ir Vir-
ginia City.

iOW TO GET RID OF THE BUR-
DEN.
Tilden, in his letter of acceptance,
makes some remarks about the pay-
ment of the national debt which Re-
publican editors have, singular
enough, failed to notice ; but his idea
will commend itself to the common
sense of every one else. He makes the
true statement that general misgovern-
ment and the mismanagement of tie
financial affairs and commerce of the
nation injure its credit, and thereby
compel it to pay a higher interest
for its loans. From this he deduces
the argument that were the country
better governed (the Republicans them-
selves acknowledge the need of reform),
the nation would not have to
pay so high an interest for its
money; and that a reduction of only
one per cent. in this direction, in-
vested at the low rate of four and a
half per cent. per annum, would pay off
the national debt in thirty-eight years.
Tilden sees in economy the way out of
our present difficulties, and it is likely
to prove the most practical, most pop-
ular, and, in fact, the only way. The
fact that a reduction in the amount of
the Mint appropriations has necessi-
tated a corresponding reduction in the
.salaries of that department, is certainly
a hardship to the employees,
but does not argue against the
necessity of the reduction. There
cannot be economy without reduction
of expenses. Government employees
have been fancying that their numbers
would always be as great and their sala-
ries as high as they have been; but the
%,urden has been too great-the nation
ii obliged to get rid of some portion of
it-and hence "hardship." Had the
administration always been eo.;.nri-
cally conducted, neither officials nor
the people at large would have felt the
pressure of hardship. ose who in-
augurated the reign of extravagance are
responsible for the suffering; not those
who,eto prevent much greater suffering
in thelt re, insist upon a return to the
long-abandoized path of economy.

A NUT FOR MR. HAYES.
Will our Republican contemporaries
cease for a moment their fruitless ef-
forts to find a stain upon Mr. Tilden's
record, and devote a little attention to
the rubbing out of an unsightly blot
upon the war record of Mr. Hayes ?
Rev. W. W. Harper, of Hartford City,
West Virginia, feeling annoyed by cer-
tain stories afloat in his neighborhood
relative to a transaction in which he
and Governor Hayes were concerned
during the war, has published the fol-
lowing explanatory card :
HArTFOrD CITY, West Va., June 26,
1876.-In the last issue of the Point
Pleasant Weekly Begister, the editor asks
of us an explanation in relation to some
money with which Governor Hayes had
to do. I am glad an opportunity has been
afforded me of giving a statement of this
war incident, from the fact that both my-
self and also General Hayes have been
maligned and misrepresented in the mat-
ter. The following are the facts : In the
Summer of 1864 our brigade, commanded
by General Hayes, was ordered to Monoc-
acy Junction, in Maryland, and while
lying there a soldier belonging to the
Twenty-third Ohio was tried for deser-
tion and condemned to be shot. I was
then the chaplain of the Thirteenth West
Virginia regiment, and the only one in the
brigade. This unfortunate man wanted
to see a chaplain before he was executed.
I was sent for, and had some conversation
with him in relation to the condition of
his mind, etc. He then told me he
had some $400 in money and two watches,
which he wanted to leave with me.
He said he had no friends in the world
that he knew of, except a mother, and
that she was somewhere in Virginia, but
did not know where, and if I could find
her out to send the money and watches to
her, and if not, to keep them myself.
The man was shot, and immediately after
the thing was over, General Hayes sent
for me to come to his headquarters. I
reported. He inquired of me what the
man gave me. I told him. He examined
the watches and gave them back to me,
and the money he said he had decided
belonged to the Government, and I gave
it to him. As to what he did with it I
am not prepared to say, but the above are
the facts, and if the editor of the Register
wishes to know the further history of the
money, he must interview the Governor
himself. W. W. HANPEE,
Late Chaplain 13th W. Va. Vols,.
THlE SCHOOL QUESTION.

A Republican contemporary builds a
massive editorial with this sentence for
a corner-stone: "The school question
is the most serious question now before
the people with the single question of
the currency." Were there any school
question at all, we should place it be
fore that of the currency, because
ignorance and financial mistakes bear
the relation of cause and effect; but we
cannot see that there is any "question'
upon the public schools. Both of th
great parties are as decided as possibh
against any division of the school
fund, or any division of it tc
sectarian or political purpoi25
and with that the school business end
so far as its introduction into the pros
ent campaign is concerned. The Re


publicans pretended, before the opening
of the campaign, that the Democracy
was in favor of some division or misap
propriation-of a kind which the Re
publicans did not very clearly define-
and the Republican press began to tall
about the school question," th
"school issue," etc. The St. Loui
Convention, the letters of the Demo
cratic nominees, and the unanimous
voice of the Democratic press, prove'
that the Republicans had had no basi
for their school accusations. Never
theless, the -Enterprise and one or tw
other papers, in which reiteration doe
service in place of argument, continue
to maunder senselessly upon "th
school question."
AN ox, roasted whole, was promise
to all hungry Republicans who shou
attend the barbecue at Carson yeste
day. There was no ox, and the hung
pmen cursed the men who had delude


CALIFORNIA NEWS.
The San Jose Patriot, which was sold
under an order of the Court on Tuesday
to effect a dissolution of copartnership,
brought $3,010.
Two chartered cars will leave the San
Jose depot next Saturday morning with
excursionists for the East. The fare to
Omaha will be $45 in currency, to Chi-
cago $55 in currency.
Joseph Smith, President of the Re-
organized Church of Latter-day Saints,
and the son of the founder of Mormon-
ism, who claims to be the legitimate suc-
cessor of his father in the priesthood, is
lecturing at Sacramento.
Says the Alpine Chronicle of the 19th :
A heavy frost visited this section on Mon-
day night last and blighted the vegetables
throughout the county and Carson Valley,
Woodfords alone escaping. Jack Frost
left ice as a memento of his visit to this
town.
Ten days ago, at Los Angeles, by a fall
from a wagon, Mrs. J. h. Bassett was
injured so as to cause her death on last
Wednesday morning. She remained in-
sensible up to her death. She was the
wife of J. M. Bassett, late editor of the
Herald.
The town of Monterey is at a stand-
still. No improvements can be made, as
the land on which most of the town
stands, and 45,000 acres outside, belong
to one man, and he refuses to sell. It
Appears that twenty years ago it was sold,
under an act of the Legislature, to pay the
n debt of.the corporation, to David Jacks
e for $500. 11%ell holds the property.
f Says the IF no Expositor of Wednes
- day : The excitement regarding the new
mines does not seem to be very great,
. though a number of persons continue to
visit thie new players. The reports from
e the mines are conflicting. A few assert
r that the mines are rich and will pay hand-
e somely when opened. The majority of
th ce who have visited the mines, how-
ever, say that, while gold exists, it is not
e plentiful enough to pay for working, the
bed of the creek being full of heavy bowl-
I ders, and the water being too scarce to
1 permit the use of anything but an old-
o fashioned rocker.

STATE NEWS.

The Elktd independent says : Our neigh-
"bors of Humbo- county are not to be
willopentheir
- outdone by anybody, an wl open theirs
g County Fair on October 2d, '. sin
it on the 6th. Four thousand dollars
are offered in premiums in the Fair, and
- six thousand on the track. The society
. under whose management the exposition
is being conducted has heretofore given
Good satisfaction to all, and will not be
k tardy this time. Elko county will be
Represented not only in the pavilion but
also on the track, and some of our horses
s will carry off a portion of the swag"
0. offered in the purses.
S, Hank Miller of the Cornucopia road,
-was accidentally shot at Bovine, Utah,
d 48 miles east of Toano, last Tuesday
s night about 12 o'clock, under the follow-
ing circumstances, as the Elko Indepen-
dent is informed by aioss, the shotgun
o messenger: Miller left Elko in the even-
es ingon his way to Ogden to get his child.
When th two trains met at Bovine he
e went forward to the other train in coen-
he pany with the conductor. Between the
two tracks is a water drain, and into this
Miller fell, striking on his left side, upon
ed which he had strapped a large-sized navy
revolver. In the fall the scabbard, in
ld which the pistol was kept, was burst open,
lr. and the weapon in some unaccountable
manner was discharged, the ball passing
ry through the muscles of the calf of the
ed i ght leg, just behind the bone.


them. 'Twas 'ever thus, The Repul-
lican party promises the people the
roasted ox of Reform, and flocking to
the political barbecue, they find them-
selves obliged to be content with look-
ing at the thin sandwich of broken
promises.

INSTRUCTING THE MASSES.
It is interesting to watch the ebb
and flow of the struggle between Tur-
key and Servia. The pleasure of learn-
ing that the Turks completely defeated
the Servians at Tehsbschyvich on Mon-
day, and that, on the same day, the
Servians achieved a decisive victory
over the Turks at the same well-known
village, is such as cannot be described
in mere words, though we rather like
our amusements With a slight spice of
vowels, the Sclavonians and the tele-
graph operator permitting.
The amount of geographical knowl-
edge attained by a careful perusal of
the European war telegrams is not to
be despised. There is only the slight
drawback that the knowledge, so ac-
quired, is certain to be forgotten imme-
diately. It is, however, in the matter
of strategical instruction that these
telegrams, transmitted from the eastern
borders of Europe at so much expense,
are most valuable.
The ignoran& of military affairs
amongt*e masses is great, and the in-
telligent operator at Vienna or Bel-
grade, taking pity upon the Western
barbarian, lets him into the innermost
thoughts of great military chiefs, and
unfolds to us the principles of modern
warfare. For instance, a telegram re-
ceived this morning, addressed to the
VIRGINIA EVENING CHRONICLE, and
sent all the way from Belgrade, says :
General Tehernayeff is understood to have
decided, in the event of defeat, to fall back.
The ignorant reader might have im-
agined that, in such a contingency,
Tchernayeff would advance; or that he
would request the Turks to hold on a
while till he got his second wind; or
offer them $2 50 to let him choose a
better position ; or claim a foul ; or
accuse the Turkish Pasha of having
been a Copperhead during the war of
1854; or raise the school question on
him; or. assert that lie was only in fun
when he opposed the Sultan's forces.
But all these suppositions, it seems,
would have been wrong, and we now,
thanks to the operator at Belgrade,
know that if Tchernayeff be defeated
he will fall back. Thus does the tele-
graph supplement the printing press as
the great popular educator, and the
noble work of universal instruction goes
on its glorious way.

THE Democrats of Carson City yes-
terday morning unfurled to the breeze
the handsomest banner ever seen in
Nevada. It was purchased in Phila-
delphia by Richard Kelly, the well-
known broker of Carson, who was one
of Nevada's delegates to the St. Louis
Convention. The banner is adorned
with oil paintings of Tilden and Hen-
dricks.
ToM FITCH, a Reformer of pre-emi-
nence on the Pacific Coast, was one of
the speakers at the Republican meeting
in Carson yesterday. Four years ago
he was stumping for the Presidential
nominees of the Democratic party.
The man's tongue is his only stock-in-
trade, and his chin-music is sold to
whichever party makes the best bid
for it.


virtuous, a trusting and loving little Keene committed suicide here last night
thiUg, without a stain on her character. .
-- '- -.dded that she at last left him for a by drowning himself in the slough. The
it whom she fancied better, body was found to-da He cast himself

Mayer succeeded i obtaimo known by the police as "Blueskin." He
creative business as a collector of re-, ,eg wife and family in Philadelphia,
debts, etc., but scarcely a dollar was ever lea.e. g once n affluent circum-
contributed by him coward the support of where he %.. -vears le had fl become
hise ife and child. His entire income was stances, ut o la e
squandered in debauchery and fast living addicted to drink and hau .uik past re-
among prostitutes, and when his wife pre- demption.
sented a butcher's bill to him be, in pres- voe
ence of a person living here, told her to The people of Santa Clara, by a votethe ub-
go on to the street e reecould soon of 92 to 90, havshe couldolved to sell thepub soon
earn sufficient to pay her butcher's bill c square
It was his daily practice, she said, to V y s de at
insist upon her adopting this course, tell- The Wolu, erhant tailor, corner a d
mg her she could make all the money she IrUion streets. au22 t
wanted, and there cannot be a doubt but
that hlie was base enough to have claimed COURAGE Don't despair when the
his share of the ill-gotten booty. Finally, doctor says your lungs are diesasod. The worst
worn out by his neglect and abuse, she cases given up as hopeless have been ured by
determined to leave him, and thenceforth, "Hale's Honey of Horehound ad Tar."
with the aid of an old friend of her Pike's Toothache Drops cure in oneminute.
brother's family who had accompanied my8 1w
them from England, she honestly earned THE EvENING CHRONICLE can be had
sufficient for her support. Subsequently, at Ash's book-store every evening after 6(
by the advice of friends, she removed to o'clock. au17i tf
San Francisco, where by her industry she FRED. RITTER, Jr., gun and locksmith,
has carefullybrought up her son-a steady, dealer in breech and muzzle-loading arms
well-educated young man of 16 years, shooting tackle, cutlery, etc. Locksmithing a
who occupies a responsible position in an specialty. 28 North C street jr28 tf


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EASTERN NEWS. ,a seaer both ie
h -hds. In the wide world 1
,thk 5ore detestable wretch than
-olden News From the Black Ma ,, this being the fourth t'
Hills Country. .escai ais character; but it is un-
just to oute any of his moral turpi- Li
tude to, wife, who has been dreadfully Ba
tone-masons Sent to Scotland The hocked y the publication in your jour- Ba
Pence Coonmnltssiot on its way to nal of Hech charges, which I am certain DB
fit' Sioslv oilte 4 Wan .stora woul4-tever have found a place in your IBr
the ntor olmns had you been aware of the facts r
in thle East-Fcc, Etc. 1f the case. JAMES P. SMIITH. c,
c Elko, Nevada, August 1 1876. ci
ispatches to the Evening Chronic. Co
The latest From the Black Hills. TURKEY AND SERVIA. Cc
CHEYENNE, August 24. A party of Cr
teen men, on their return trip from Some Desperate Fighting Before Cc
Deadwood City, were attacked by Indians Alexinatz. c
n the 20th instant, ten miles beyond GAlexinaz
age Creek, where Lieutenant Taylor's Cc
company of the Twenty-third Infantry is The Turks Repulsed Three Times-A Cl
rationed. Two horses were killed, three Serious Violation of the Austrian D:
wounded and six stolen. The men escaped Frontier-Prince Milan De- El
hurt into the station, and Lieutenant sironse of Peace-Etc. E,
Paylor sent out a detachment, which re- El
covered the wagons and property. F
The latest news by the Black Hills Dispatches to the Evening Chronicle.] Fi
Pioneer, published at Deadwood,-is en- F,
ouraging beyond measure. Eight hun- THE FIGHTING AT ALEXTNATZ. Fi
red ounces of gold dust arrived at this LONDON, August 24.-A special to the Gi
Sty to-day. Yesterday a solid piece of Gn Gi
nartz arrived, consigned to the Pacific Btandard from Alexinatz says General Ge
'oast for exhibition, which fairly bristles Tchernayeff attacked Ali Saib at noon G
ith free gold all over. The piece weighs Wednesday. Twenty Servian battalions H
bout twenty-five pounds, and is estimated With two batteries of artillery passed H
o contain $100 in gold. This is from the
.lpha mine, and specimens of the same through the valley leading northeast of H
re are now on exhibition in Philadelphia Alexinatz to the Turkish headquarters. H
n the name of W. C. Bennett. The Turks held their ground though the H
The telegraph line, which has been Servians were greater in numbers. The H
making rather slow progress, owing to the loss of the Turks was heavy. Nearly all H
absence of an escort for the working par- their officers were killed or wounded. L,
ies, is now making headway, all the poles The Servians fought under shelter of the 8M
being sent to Hot Creek, fifty-five miles forest, but at 6 in the evening retreated M
beyond Fort Laramie. The work of to Alexinatz. Their total loss was 1,000 3
ringing the wire was begun on the 1st. killed and wounded. It is understood M
upon good authority that the fights have h
Speaker Kerr's Funeral. been merely outpost affairs. The Turks
NEW ALBANY, Ind., August 24.-A con- are steadily advancing, but Alexinatz can Al
tant stream of people has been passing only be taken with immense loss. Al
ant stream of people has been passing Times dispatch from Belgrade says : A
through the corridors of the Court-house Private accounts represent that the Ser- A]
o-day to view the remains of Speaker vians have not stood their ground, run- Ai
Kerr. Choice flowers were profusely ning whenever pressed. If this is the Ai
trewn on the catafalque. His face would case, and the report is probably true, Ai
hardly be recognized by his friends on Alexinatz will fall and Servia will lose A
account of the intense pain he suffered her last chance of retrieving her fallen A
having contorted his features. At 8:30 fortunes. A]
o-night the casket was closed and taken A Daily News dispatch from Belgrade Ai
o the family residence by an escort of says the Turks are gradually forcing the B!
various civic societies, including Masons Servian outposts back to their intrench- Ni
nd Odd Fellows, of which orders he was ments. B;
member. The procession will leave the TEE TROUBLES IN CRETE. B
house to-morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock. LONDON, August 24.-A dispatch to the Be
All public buildings are draped in mourn- Times from Vienna says that Crete is be- BN
ng and all business houses are closed ginning to cause uneasiness in Constanti- B,
.ntil the obsequies are finished. nople. The Porte's refusal to grant the Bi
concession demanded by the Cretans has B]
Stone-Masons for Scotland. revived the animosity between the Chris- BN
NEW YORK, August 24.-One hundred tians and Mahommedaus. This state of B,
nd fifty masons and stone-cutters sailed things has already led to bloodshed atn B
yesterday for Scotland, nder contract Retiremo, in a quarrel between a Turk and BN
yesterday for Scotland, under contract a Greek. The latter was shot. This was B
ith John Coghill, to work onk. The pa- the signal for a gathering, and before the a
ochial buildings at Greenock. They are authorities could interfere eight Turks B
o receive ten pence per hour for eight were killed and several Greeks wounded. B
hours a day. One hundred and fifty The riot was followed by a panic, and all CQ
more are to sail soon for Scotland. the shops closed. The Christians barri- C
A Heavy Rain-Storm. caded their houses and the Turks en- C1
S, Au 23.-The camped in the streets. A portion of the C
HEELIN, Va., August 23.-The urish fleet has been dispatched to Re- C
heaviest rain-storm for several years timo, and troops have been asked for from C
passed over this section to-night, lasting Constantinople. C
three hours, without intermission, flood- GEneRAI TCHEENAYEFF'S POSITION C
ng houses and cellars on Main street, and BELGRADE, August 24. Delegrad C
making a considerable loss to residents Cuprija, on the Moravia river, has been C
who had goods stored in them. Bridges fortified as a third-line defence. If Gen. C
in tshe southern portion of the city were Tchernayeff is unsuccessful he will ad- c
washed away, and the corn-fields through- vance on Nisch, in the direction in which E
out this section were badly damaged. the Servian General Harvalitch is now E
The Sioux Peace Commission. advancing. General Tchernayeff tele- E
Peace Com is graphs rice Milan as follows: Our aft-
CHICAGO, August 24.-The Peace Corn- irs are not progressing badly. The
missioners, some half dozen in number, Turks have evacuated the line of the D
arrived here to-day en route to Omaha Simok, but still occupy Saitschar. D
and points west, to talk with the Sioux PRINCE MILAN DESIRING PEACE.
Indians. Bishop Whipple will arrive VIENNA, August 24.-Prince Milan e
and join them this evening. They will last night invited all the foreign Consuls I
eave within twenty-four hours on their to a conference at the palace. It is un-
mission. They are furnished with in- derstood that at the conference, relating
structions from the Interior Department to negotiating an armistice and peace, the I
to inform the Indians that they must not Prince expressed a desire for peace and I
leave their reservation and stop depreda- requested mediation looking thereto. I
ions on Black Hills miners, or submit to THE TURKS VADE ASTIAN TOY.
--n VIENNA, August 24.-The Turks yes- I
Miscellaneous. terday violated the Austrian frontier near I
NEW YORK, August 25.-The Call- Ossoinik, seized ninety sheep and cattle, I
fornia polo players gave their first exhi- and fired upon the peasants. One peasant I
bition here yesterday, before a large was captured and decapitated. They also
number of spectators. The sides are as fired at the Austrian gend'armes, and re- I
follows : Blues-Morgan, Carrillo and treated into their own territory with their I
Ballard. Reds-Mowry, Jourdan and booty. Two companies of Austrian troops
Figuerer. The Reds won three successive have arrived at Ossoinik.
games and the Blues the fourth. Germany has decided to send an officer
Gold closed in New York to-day at 111 to Turkish headquarters to report any
Greenbacks are unchanged. further cruelties. The Porte refuses to
The soundings for the channel tunnel, grant an armistice until the preliminaries
to connect England and France, will for peace are settled.
be finished by the end of August. The BELGRADE, August 24.-The Turks
engineers report that the result is very yesterday made three desperate attacks
satifactory. on the Servian positions at Alexinatz,
Christos Baumbas, the Greek sailor, and some of the Servian battalions lost
who with four others mutinied on the more than a quarter of their strength.
bark Caswel, while on a voyage from Several Russian officers were killed. The
Antifogasta to Queenstown, and who was Turks also lost heavily, being exposed to
convicted of murdering Captain George a cross fire of artillery from the intrench-
C. Best and other officers of the vessel, ments. General Tchernayeff, who com-i
vwa. hanged ,t C:.ik to-day, mands the Servians in person, \succeeded
John S. Phel.., Democratic candidate in repulsing the Turks on each occasion.
for Governor of Missouri, opened the The Turks renewed the attack early this
canvass yesterday at Easton, in St. Jo morning and were repulsed along the
county, where there was a grand barbs- whole line and fell back two kilometres.
cue, at which from 4,000 to 5,000 people
were present. Alluding to the scandal in E o County's Choice for Elector.
circulation regarding his action towards Elko Co ty's Choice for Elector.
some ladies on board the steamer Andy ELKO, August 22, 1876.
Johnson last July, Colonel Phelps briefly To the Editor of the Chronicle-SIR
denied that there was any truth in the As the Democratic State Convention
scandal.
The Republicans opened the campaign will convene on Monday, the 28th in.
in Cleveland, Ohio, last night, with a very stant, it is but meet and proper that we
large meeting and torchlight procession.
The outdoor meeting, held at Monumen- look about us and see who are the
tel Park, was addressed by General Gar- prominent members of the party from
field. Carl Schurz spoke in German to a whom we can select our candidatA.
crowded house at the Globe Theater. This county will present a clainn for ine
There is now little doubt that Butler of the State Electors, and, as she will
will receive the nomination of the Seventh not have a candidate for any other posi-
Congressional District of Massachisetts, tion on the ticket, justice and fairness
having secured ,37 of the 54 delegates demand that listclpims have considers-
requisite for a majority. tion to which, for past services, she is
entitled. John M. Dorsey, Esq., is the
C. MAYER'S FIRST WIFE. choice of Elko county for Elector, and
Some Misstatements Corrected-Mayer the party here present his name with
Proved to be an Atrocious Villaln. the hope that it will receive the en-
A resident of Elko has written to the dorsement of the Convention. Should
San Francisco Chronicle the following let- it do so we, of this part of the State,
ter relative to the early history of C. M. ls, and stands ready to pledge himself
Mayer, whose flight from this city a few to a work which will be one of energy
weeks ago excited rather more comment and success. DEMOCRAT.
than is usually bestowed upon so common
place a matter as the defalcation of a Re- CARLN, Nev., April 23.-To the
publican official: .
STo the Editor of Conce-S : My io of theChr C -hronicle-S:E : All is
attention has just been directed to a state- progressing to our hearts' content so far
meant published in your issue of the 16th, as the canvass has gone. We are up
headed "A Fugitive Lothario," in which and doing, and will continue to keep
the former wife of the vagabond Mayer is wide awake till the last gun is fired.
introduced. It is stated in the article re- Elko county is good for 150 majority
ferred to that he lived in Victoria with a fr, 'ilden and Hendricks. Yours, re-
London woman of bad reputation, whom =g11lr V M TlrTTf
he married. When she married Mayer i spetfully, E. M. EADINC.
the famed Church of St. George, Hanover
Square, London, she was a fair young Suicide at Sacramento.
girl of seventeen, tires petite, modest and SACRAMENTO, August 24.-Mr. Lemuel


tes Mrs E A
rtlett Miss A 5
'rrett Mrs D AV
.rglhero Miss C
roashaw Miss J
own Mrs Jessie
mnpbell MrS:; Aa
hart Christinee
iinnienis Mlits I
irly Mi-s Sarah
lcinman ,Miss Ne
cumens Mrs C S
0oper Mrs Thli
randall IMrs Ed
irieliuis Mrs MA:
llins Miss Miar
onroy Miss Juli
costly Mrs J M
row Mrs M C
)x Miss Tinnie
ark Miss Carrie
owney Miss Ma
onahue Miss M
liott Mrs Char
itep Mrs J K
vans Miss Ainn
der Miss Elva
razier Mrs Fann
nn Miss Ellen
fuller Mrs Emili
ulton Miss Sadi
erman Mrs Cor
gilbert Miss GlUb
ray Mrs J D
ill Mrs A
anoey Mrs Mari
anley Mrs B
all Mrs Catheri
arris Mrs A H
arding Mrs G I
art Mrs T E
ill Mrs Ettie
ughes Miss Ha
ill Mrs A
sary Mrs Mary
ee Miss Be:la
elton Mrs S
allor Maria Sot
murphy Hannah
orens Mrs Corn
borrow Mrs Hul


OENTLEMEN'S LIST.
ego & Stein- Hazeltine B F O'Byrnoe t
house Hain Chas O'Death 0C
fred HI Haney B O'Neil J
alexander C M Hart A H O'Sullivan J J
llen R K Harot A H Orrick W G
ndrews T J 3 Harris W H Owen John
nderson J Harris John Pancera G
Lnrys Heartt C L Pasquale P
nderson J Hoban J Parke E
rthur E Houston A Parish W R
rmstrong L, Hodges G D Pengilly J
ppolonio J Houston G D Pendgrasd J
shton J B Hoffman A'B Pennall J
aker P H Hoeley S J Percival H
ailey J 2 Hill J Pearce R
ailey H Hill W J Peters John
tley G R Hydge W G Fellow W
nun E Hicks L Phillips Joe
awden J Hunt J 2 Ponson C R
abcock J Hudson E Pomeroy J H
est Wim Hudson C A Powers 0
3ell R W Humbert P A Potter H
eil David Hurlburt W C Quimby T H
lanchard H C James Inch Ranahan M
bowman S E Irwin T Rasicat A
awen W Jacobson S Randall W R
osch Fred Johnson H C Redmond C
ourdeauN Justice SM Co Rees Wmn
racken P Judge John Reorda P
raden J P 2 KellyD F Richard S
rown J Kelly E H 2 Ring Patrick
rown E B Kellogg G F Ryan M C
ush Wm Kinealy M Rice Chas
nampion W H Kibler B F Robinson P
airnes A Knoop Fred Roland J
allahan Matt Lamson T G Ross G UcM
arpenter S Langan P J Ross R W
harair Jos Laty Daniel Rodrigues I J
harbonneau A Lantier X Rollins C F
lothier Wm Lachapelle D Rundell Wmi
lapp R S Largomarsi'oG Sayers Wm
oughlan T Lewis P Scoble Joe
orella R Leonard G D 3 Setara A
raig Thomas F L'Fogarie F Sec Cal Club
rawford W Leonard W M Sefftin Billy
orbett T Lydia Chas Sherman E A
rossley L Lysaght J J Shaw Thos
orven J A Lynch P 2 Sumnonds C H
)agany E Lynch J J Sincock A 2
iay Zebulon Lombardi C Slusser Chas
)awe Thomas Lombardi Cam Slosson G F
larraough T LucFhardt CA Smith 0 H
Davis James Luchinookh M Smith J H M
lerwin Z M S Mandlebaum L Schmidt G
nurosicr J Masterson G Smith C K
Denton R W Mathews Ed Sorinson C
Delany J Meudonco A IM Stice Iorgan
Delany L F Malone James Strickland E B
Diggins J Mackey Hugh Sullivan Mt
Donnels J J Mackey Thos Sullivan J
lonovan D P Maguire J Sulzbarker A
Duncan T J McCausland J Sullenbarger J
Dunn Wm McCrosson TA2Taylor W H
Dunlap C J McCoy Wm Taylor W J
Dudley Chas McDonough P Trunisson H J
Dudley Dick McDonnell J Tr.ehy Thos
Duffy Theady McDonald A D Thompson H
Dunnu Dennis McDonald A E Thorn F W
Edmunds J F McGleece S Thompson A J
chlevenia J McGovren P 2 Torner Thos
Eassie Wm McGill James Tobin Con
Eaton G MI McIntosh Trunean L
Ehret Leo McLane T Tremblay P
Egan John McLaughlin M Tresise H
Ellsworth J H HMcLodent J Trodin John
Estey David McMillanm D Troy C P
Estep Jas McPhee T H Triglong Wm
Evans J V 0 lMcNeill CaptL Trilong Win
vans J W McVie J Tweedy W H
Evans J McShaffery W Tange R
Fallen D G Men ick J W Tappan Chas
Fahy John Meily E P Vervais J
Finnigan M Merigold H P Vosroe W H
Flecatt N lilinoovch N Walsh SM W
Fisher N Monihan H Warren P J
Finley Owen Morse E C Warmbath MM
Field C W Marris H Ward W C
Freeman E A Mordaeuut J Westervelt H
Frazier D E Moore J H Wederson C
Francesoa M Mourn M Wenitwoith C W
Fry L foss Frank B Weed W W
Garrett Jas Murdock G L2 WetheringtounCL
Gill Francis Mulloy Peter White J It
Gleason John AMuiret A Wire Theon
Gillman E A Nuhanovoch M Whitcomb E
Glover J W Nelson J C Williams II
Gieri John Nickel H Winter Chas
Glynn Martin Norman R B Woodwood G A
Gottlief F 2 Norling A Worden L
Gray Chas Noland D L Worsaw Capt
Gray A 2 D. 0 ADKINSON, Postmaster.

Belgrade To-Day.
Belgrade, says a correspondent of the
London Daily New,-, is a long and strag-
gling town upon thi i-ot anud down
eahi slipe (if a rocky ridge. The
castle, a. uprb ruin, occupies an angle
where the Save and Danube join. All
up the hillside winds a labyrinth of
walls-vastly embarrassing no doubt to
an enemy, but somewhat bewildering
to a garrison. The river front is pro-
tected by fortifications, with half a
dozen covered ways to aid the defense,
and a citadel above. In -he days ol
Prince Eugene such a fortress must
have been terrible to attack; but we
are reminded how the art of war haE
changed by a glimpse of those two mon-
itors moored in the river and at the
disposal of Austria's representative.
They could batter this ancient fortress
to shreds where they lie. The walls ol
it indeed are only brick, and a Baby
lonish garden of shrubs and flower
hangs upon each yard of bastion. A
picturesque effect is produced at thi
sacrifice of utility. But it matter
little. Belgrade is protected from thi
water side by moral defenses.

WOOD 1 WOOD I COA! 1 COAL 1-Thos'
In want of wood and coal, call on Miles Finlin
at the Old Bailroad Depot. Wood and coa
delivered to all parts of the city free of charge
and on reasonable terms, auI0-im

JOSEPH BARNERT, Custom-made Cloth
ing and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Main street
Gold Hill, in Dr. Hall's building, aul2 tf

ANYTHuIN in the House-furnishing lin
can be found at Heyman Bros. & Co., corner :
and Taylor streets. They sell cheaper for cas
than any store in the city. au15 tf

Bou your shirts, drawers, handkel
chiefs and underwear at Theo. Wolff's, mei
chant tailor, corner C and Union streets. au22 1

CARPETS of every description cheaper
atCHeyman Bros. & Co. than at any other stoi
in the city. aul5 tf
DR. N. S. SNYDER, of Louisville, Ker
tucky, Graduate of Louisville Medical Collegi
Office over Milwaukee saloon, No. 3 South
street, Virginia City, Nevada. Special attention
to surgery and venereal diseases. au5 tf


BORN.
GREENiCQD-TIn Virginia, August 24, to the
wife of John T. Greenwood, a son.
CORNYN-In Virginia, August 22, to the wife
of Felix Cornyn, a daughter.
STEVENS-In Virginia, August 23, to the wife
of J. M. Stevens, a son.
McDONOUGH-In Gold Hill, August 22, to the
wife of Duncan McDonough, a son.
RABRIED.
FERRAL-CORBETT-In San Francisco, Au-
gust 23, Robert Ferral to Miss F. Corbett.
DIED.
DIGGINS -In San Francisco August 22, Wesley
Diggins, aged 70 years.
BROWN-In Sal Francisco, Augtust 22, Mrs,
Carrie Brown, aged 10 yvra.


LADES' LIST.
McGinniss Miss Anniec
1 McDoninell Miss B D
r McCallin Miss C
McAuiliIe Miss H
McCormeicl Miss :Mary
e Mlciien'v 5ik' .1
SI Mcls-aCc Siis icaln
Mliss Yiccuaid lIis AAislie
benj Nickeron Miss Ilihoda
o'Connor Mrs P
llie Quinin Miss Maggie
, .,;'.. .I. M ar;
.J '1. .- I
Peck Mrs J S
aggie Parker Mrs Frank
y Proctor Miss Pollio
a Parent Mrs Win
Perkins Sadie Tuesdale
Ryan Mrs Maggie
Ryne Miss Mary
e Ryan Miss Mary J
tilda Ryen Mrs Wm B
ary Rourke Mrs Moses T
lotte Rice Mrs Peach
Ryno Caroline
Schoonmaker Mrs M J
Shaefer Miss Maggie
ny 3 Shea Mrs Abbey
Saunders Mrs Henry
ia Springstead Mrs b
.e Swain Miss Laura B 2
tnelia Sykes Mrs Wm
bert Sullivan Miss Abby
Smitt Mra Maria
Smith Lucy
ia Sterrett Miss Ella
Smith Miss Julia
ne Smithland Mrs Jane
Thornton Mrs Sarah
P Tisdale Mrs Mary E
Toothache Miss Mary
Welch Mrs Annie
ttie Weaver Mrs S
Whittlesay Mrs A M 2
Walters Miss Annie
Waite Mrs John
Wills Miss Kittie
o Wildbahn Mrs Maggie
J Williams Mrs Samuel
nelia Worthley Mrs Emma
gh Wilder Mrs Ida


STOCK AND MONEY BROKERS,
No. 62 South 0 street.

UY AND SELL STOCKS STRICTLY ON
Commission.
Money advanced on Stock.
Liberal Margins given to Customers. au25 tf
A. M. COLE,


DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY,

No. 68 South C street,


au25 Im


VIRGINIA. NKEV


FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR
OF STOREY COUNTY.

J. C. HARLOW
RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES HIMSELF
a candidate for the office of Public Ad-
ministrator of Storey county, subject to the
decision of the Republican County Convention.
au25 td*

W. P. PRATT & CO.,

STOOK BROKERS,
NO. 45 SOUTH C STREET,


jy26 tf-ned


VIRGINIA, NEVADA.


W. H. OLARKB. I JAMES S. SMITH. I| HBRY ROLF

W. H. -CLARKE'& CO.,

STOCK BROKERS,
51 South C street, Virginia.
au2 Im ned

JOHN GILLIG


33 & 35 South 0 street,


VIRGINIA, NEVADA,


IMPORTER & WHOLESALE DEALER




STOVES,


HARDWARE,


BRASS AND STEAM GOODS



MACHINE SHOPS. MILLS & MINES

Supplied with all Material at the LOWEST
MARKET RATES. The assortment comprises
among other goods the following :
Bar Iron, Sheet Iron,
Cast Steel, Anvils, Vises,


LIST OF LETTERS
E11EAINING IN THE VIRGINIA CITY
.; Postoftice, August 25, 1870. To obtain
.se letters the person must call for Advertised
tters:


OOMS WITH ONE BED, KEPT IN
first-class condition, at 50 cents per night,
at Mrs. Cornwell's, 39 North 0 street, tw6 doors
below Masonic Hall. au22 1w
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET-AT
208 South 0 street, Virginia. The rooms
are furnished very comfortably, and will be let
at reasonable prices. Apply on the premises
au.1 ilm JOHN SNOW, Proprietor.
O LET-A NEWLY-FURNISHED SUITE
of rooms to let to a Doctor or Lawyer, at
No. 26 North C street. aul7 tf
TO LET-FURNISHED ROOMS, IN-
suites or single,,on Howard street. south
side, first house north of Ta;lor street. ]yl8 Itf
OOMS TO LET-FURNISHED OR
unfurnished, very pleasant, at Mrs. C. J.
Evans', 223 South D street, opposite the founda-
tion of the new School-house. au213St
OOMS TO LET-COMFORTABLY-
Furnisned rooms can be had at the low, st
possible rates at No. 651 North C street, up-
stairs. aul9 3 w"
OOMS TO LET-FURNISHED ORl
unfurnished. Elegant rooms single or in
suites, at the house known as the Capitol Build-
ing, B street. Baths, hot and cold water, on
each floor. Apply on the premises or in the"
rear of the building of
Jy25 im SOPHA. GARHART.
S-OOMS TO LET-FURNISHED OR
L unfurnished,suitable for offices or sleep-
ing apartments. Eligibly and 'pleasantly loca-
ted. Rooms are large and hard finished. In-
quire of MRS. COLBURN, opposite Pioneer
all. act tf
HANDSOME FURNISHED ROOMS
to rent at moderate prices at LYNCH'S,
222 South C street. JY28 tif


FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT-
In the Beardsley Building, over the Post-
office. Prices, $30, $25 and $15 per month.
Apply as above. au5 1m

ra de awAd o get.
These notices-10 ets. a line for each insertion,
TO LET-A HOUSE OF EIGHTEEN a
rooms, on Union and D streets, suita-
ble for a lodging-house. Also, FURNISHED or
UNFURNISHED ROOMS on B and Union
streets; also, FURNISHED ROOMS at No. 15
South D street. Inquire of J. PIPER. au22-tf


Nails and Spikes, Belting, -J URNITURE FOR SALE THE
Furniture of a house of three rooms (all
Gas Pipe and Manilla Rope. nearly new), suitable for a small family, will be
sold cheap. Apply at 159 South B st. au223t*


AGENT FOR-
BABOOOK FIRE EXTINGUISHER


STOVES!


COOKING, PARLOR & HEATING STOVES
Both for Wood and Coal, are to be had at
Greatly Reduced Prices for Cash.


A Full Assortment of


Carpenters' Tools

LOCKS, BOLTS, BUTTS, ETC.
_-ALSO--

Tinware, Copperware, etc.

0- All Descriptions.




SPECIALTY:


MILL & MINING GOODS.


Quaxtz Screens Punched to Order


PIPE MADE TO ORDER.
sultf ap
PRACTICAL

GEOLOGIST AND MINERALOGIST

JTAVING ENJOYED UNUSUAL FACILI-
ties during the past twenty-seven years,
for explorations in the various mining districts
in Nevada and California, the undersigned feels
justified'in claimiing to be able to' make satis-
factory reports upon the geological nd mindral-
ogical conditions of any mine in this country;
and is therefore prepared, at short notice, to
make
Surveys, ]Exllorations and Sclen-
Ktic Reports
Ppon any mlninu locality or mineral deposit
west of toe Ropky Mountains.
W. FRANK'STIWART.
r Leave orders witli J. W. Shields, Cigar
Dealer, No. 42 South C Istrect, Virginia City,
Nevada, a17 tt? f


-FOR SALE A LOT WELL SITUATED
for private residence, with nice garden and
other improvements. Inquire at No. 6, west
side of Stewart street, third house south of
Union. au22 nm*
HOUSE'AND LOT FOR SALEt oA
Also, a vacant lot corner of Union.
and Summit streets. App'y to Mrs. Dolan on
the premises. ul9 2w
T O LET-A DESIRABLE SUITE OF
Rooms at the Mayhopack House. Single
gentlemen preferred. The rooms have recently
ben renovated and supplied with new curtains
and carpets.
au12 tf MRS. TAYLOR, Proprietress
FOR RENT A GOOD BASEMENT,
25x60 feet, two doors south of Postoffice,
with entrance on C street. For particulars
apply to Henderson & Hester, 85 South C
street. aull tf


PIPE LOST-A MEERSCHAUM PIPE
was lost yesterday (Wednesday, August 23)
either in this city or between here and Park's
Mill, Six-mile Canyon. The finder will be suit-
ably rewarded by leaving the same at the
Chronicle office. au24 t*
LOST A WHITF-HANDLED COLT'S
L Pistol was lost last evening at the fire near
the Ophir mine. The finder wil be rewarded
by leaving the same at this office. aul8 8t*
T OST--THE TIME-OF DAY TAKE
L your watch to L.C. DUTCH, 82 South C
street, Virginia, and have it repaired. All work
warranted. Jyl tf
FOUND--THE PLACE TO HAVE FINE
watches repaired- 82 South C street,
Virginia. ] l31tf] L. C. BUTCH.

lM Vopollil,at".


NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.

EALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED
k up to MONDAY, A ugust 28,1876, at Shina's
Drug Store, Truckee, for

BUILDING AN ICE-HOUSE
At Camp 20. on C. P. R, R. Plans and speedfl
nations can be seen on application to WEBE &
MULLARD, Virginia City. All bids should be
marked "Bids for building Ice-house at Camn
20." The Company reserves the right to reject
any or all bids. A. G. BELL,
Agent People's Ice Co.
Truckee, August 19, 1876. au21 td

SAVAGE MINING COMPANY.
XTOOD AND TIMBER PROPOSALS."-
W Scaled proposals for supplying the
Savage Mining Company with all the wood
which it may require, and all timber which may
be necessary for its purposes, up to the first of
July, 1877, will be received at the office of the
Company in Virginia City, up to the FIRST day
of SEtTEMBEI, 1876. For particulars and
specifications apply at the office of the Com-
pany. AM. Ctl, f'tllS. SuperintendcenV.
'Virgiuia, Ney., A ,,1t 11.1870. aul2 1A

NVTOTICE.-IIAVING RECEIVED FROM
the Auditor or of Storey county the Asses
meant Roll of the Taxes levied upon the proceeds
of the riines for the quarter ending June 30,
A. D. 1876, notice is hereby given thatthe Taxes
uipon the proceeds of the mines for the preced-
ing quarter are due and payable, and the law in
regard to their collection will be strictlyy en-
forced. THOMAS GRACEY,
eu22 3w Asessor o Storey count.1,


rvw favnlertmrent.

rmo LET--ONE SINGLE AND ONE SUITE
I of furnished rooms in the Tahoe HIouse.
Apply to SUHOBENFELD & COOK. au25 1w
SPECIAL NOTICE. TIHe UNDER-
signed hereby notifies his friends, custom-
-rs and the public generally that he has sold
his entire interest in the Restaurant and
Lodging-ihouse known as the NEW YORK
RESTAURANT, No. 100 South C street, to MR.
RICHARD GAINES, who will continued the
above in first-class style, as heretofore, and
whom I sincerely recommend to all my former
patrons an-I friends. In connection with the
Restaurant is a first-class BREAD, CAKE AND
PIE BAKERY, where everything in that line,
fresh and of the best quality, will be furnished
as heretofore. A. MAESTRETTI.
Virginia, Nev., August 25, 1870. au25 Iw
flS XnSaX.. AlnXLX3.

AT THE ALHAMBRA THEATER

Saturday Evening, August 26th,

WILLIAM SEXTON,
THE CHAMPION BILLIARDIST, WILL
give an exhibition of his unrivalled skill in
a match game of 500 points, of the Three-ball
or French Carom game, contending with
0. B. Adams and Billy Robinson,
And playing them both together. After which
there will be
AN EXHIBITION OF FANCY SHOTS
By Mr. Sexton and C. B. Adams, the fancy
Finger-player.
Admission, $1 ; reserved seats, $1 50 ; boxes,
$5. Tickets for sale at all the principal saloons
in the city. au26 td
FRANKEL & BLOCK,


gp(Cmmt 0S1S.

Third and Fourth Ward
* R -Democratic Club.-The Third end
Fourth Ward Democratic Club will meet at the
City Hall at 8 o'clock SATURDAY EVENING,
August 26. 1876, for the trans action of impor-
tant business. A full attendance is requested,
Good speakers will be in attendance. By order
of the Committee of Arrangements.
W. W. BOOHER, Secretary,
Virginia, August 22, 1876. au22 td
Purim Asseeoiatlon. -ALL
sa<58 members of .the Purim Association
are requested to attend a meeting NEXT SUN-
DAY, August 27th, at half-past 3 P. M., at Bro-
deck's Barber Shop, as business of importance
will come before the Club.
au22 td CHARLES GABRIEL, ex-Sect'y.
AV. A. 0. C IT. THE VIRGINIA
VS .Anti-Chinese Union holds regular
meetings in Miners' Union Hall, B street.
EVERY TUESD NY EVENING, at half-past 7
o'clock. D. F. McDONELL, President.
T. H. WooDWORTH, Secretary. auI4 1m
=a Democrats of the First and
Ua Second Wards-RIegular meetings of
the Tilden and Hendricks Reform Club will be
held EVERY FRIDAY EVENING at balf-past 7
o'clock, at Athletic Hall, North C street, op-
posite Fitzmeier & Armbrust's City Bakery.
A band of music and good speakers will be in
attendance at the meetings
H. BERGSTEIN, President.
H. C. THOmssos, Secretary. alitf
& S A Card.-To all who are
M suffering from the errors and India-
cretions of youth, nervous weakness, early
decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will send a
recipe that will cure you FREE OF CHARGE.
This great remedy was discovered by a mission-
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Bible House, New York City. apl4 6m


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THE ANTI-CHINES1E tION. THE CREAT BARBECUE. T"E SoCA. t AAN FRANCISCO.
SWEE...................... 5 C The Agent ofl the Order of Caucasians An- lcnffectual Effort to Sean\
S WE ......................5 t succeeds In Raising a Lively launt Pine, Captain BOe
Breeze. A Grand Republican Gathering at One of the most familiar indii i spatchesto theEvening Chronicle.]
FRIDAY........... AUGUST 25,1876 A special meeting of the Anti-Chinese Treadway's Ranch. about the CHRONICLE office is C / SAN FRANCISCO, August 25.-The San
Union was held at Judge Knox's Court- Bob. About two years ago a repo. Francisco Chronicle publishes a dispatch
THE STOCK MARKET. room last night, to meet "Major P. S. somewhat intoxicated, donated an old from Washington, this morning, to the ef-
Dorney, Assistant State Secretary of the Reforsuers In Search of the Roasted
Board Sales This Morning. Dorney, Assistant State Secretary of the x, the barrels of Fonnaming Beer, pair of pants to the chief, and this little feet that the charges against Sedgwick,
220 Ophir, 64J Order of Caucasians," and hear what he Etc. Listening to Torn Fitch on an mark of esteem has never been forgotten the Collector of Internal Revenue for this
275 Mexican, 84~, 5 might have to offer upon the subject of Emp Men whto Deceivea d ecil by Captain Bob. He calls at the edito- district, have been withdrawn. These
120 Gould & Curry, 15, 141, 15 b5 mih have to rial rooms with astonishing regularityabout t
255 Best Becher, 48, 5481 b5 mergiing the Anti-Chinese Society of N 9 o'clock in the morning, and if he hap- charges were in connection with the muti-
25 Bst & Belcher, 48, 48 b5 giia into the Order of Caucasians. The ens to omit this social duty on any day nation of the books of the Bay View Dis-
800 Savage, 208, 201, 21 Major made a speech of nearly an hour's Yesterday morning tihe Carson barbecue e comes in the next day to apologise, tillery, which where seized by special
1240 Con. Virginia, 63, 621 duration, in which lie set forthr in detail e comes in the no
80 Collar 97,8 thie aims ind workings of the Order of was the theme of the hour. It was hard bringing his wife and babies to in some revenue agents and locked up in the Col-
2100 Hale P-oints, 112, 11-,11 ,11 b0, Caucasians, which lie represented as an to find a man who was not fully deter- measure compensate for his neglect of lector's vaults for safe-keeping. A subse-
0 Yellow Jacket, 34, 34, $4, 85, 4 oath-bound organization fighting against mined to take a run down to Carson and the day vious. One day bent pin was quent examination showed that leaves
2470 Yerllow 6cket, 5J, capital. m d to placed in his chair, but he sat down with- containing entries of importance in
2475 Imperial, 15, A5, 5B capital. attend either the convention or the barbe- out noticing it, and remained there two connection with the investigation
15 Kentucka, 14, 15j, A COUNTER-BLAST, cue especially the barbecue. Men hours. This morning a little box was of whisky frauds, had been torn out and
75 cher, 2, 923, 2, 24 b30 Major Gearing rose to his feet, at smacked their lips as they stood on the placed in the middle of the floor with a charges were preferred against Sedgwick.
20 Confidence, close of Dorney's speech, and denounce street corners and dilated upon the long fuse attached, and when his familiar There is now on file at Sedgwick's office a
1905 Sierra Nevada14, 141, 14i him as a Red Republican, and commenced glories of the good time which they footstep sounded at the door, it was letter from Green B. Raun, Commissioner
170 Bullon, 55by stating that Dorney had mentionth the were to have that day at Carson. lighted. Stalking in with a big, red of Internal Revenue, Washington, ad-
170 BEllion, 65 two prominent men as connected with the ,. ,, blanket over his holder, the imprturb. dressed to L. M. Morrill, Secretary of the
480 Exchequer, 201, 20, 7 00 Order in Sacramento. Gearing denounced "Ain't ye all going' to the barbecue?" blanket over his shoulder, the impertur- dressed to L. orril, Secretary of the
1910 J e, 28, 28, 28 28 2 one of them as a bribe-taker and the other asked a man of a crowd on the street ahle Piute sat down alongside the spit Treasury, dated August 5th, which refers
800 Succor, 75e, 70, 65e as a forger. He hoped the Union would corner. you call that?" was hi first sioner addressed a communication to the
276 Union Con., 14J, 141, 141 not connect itself to this man or to the "What's one of these arecues, any-t you call that ?" was his first addr ani on te
8 Julia, 8C 81 organization which he represented. Parts how?" was the response. "Giant owder yelled everybody, pointment of a new collector in his dis-
S85 Caledonia, 8j, 8} of the Major's speech were bitter, and What never saw a barbecue !" ejacu- tarte edal tt. In conformity with the con-
100 lniadyryan, 86, cauoedtheat exiement. lated the man, dumbfounded at such a starting up in feigned alarm. t~iet. In conformity with tire con-
100 Lady Bryan, 65* caused great excitement lated the ma, I ait and see it go off !b tents of that letter, the Presi-
140 Baltimore 21 Dorney, in reply, said that the portions public parade of ignorance. "Why, a And the old chief composed himself go off dent ordered the Attorne-General
090 Silver Hilo, o10}, o101 of Gearing's speech, charging a prominent barbecue is where they roast half a den And the old chief composeand himsleep ore to instruct Unitordered States District Attorney-General
10 Challenge, 4 Sacramento official with bribe-taking, he oxen whole in big pits, and stuff 'em with alongside the fuse and was asleep before to instruct United States District Attorgesr-
80 Dayton, 5, 51 had taken down in short-hand and would clams, oysters and Spring chickens it burned out. against Sedgwick and report, stating all
25 Rook Island,l 2 telegraph in the morning. [Here the crowd gathered closer about A Famous Actress Coming. the facts without fear or favor. On the
200 w ork Gearing handed Dorney his card, and the man.] hat's just a common barbe- 2d instant the Commissioner received a
Said he could substantiate his charges at cue I've been talking' about, ye know ; but Rose Eytinge, one of the acknowledged 2d instant the Commissioner receive Gen-d a
75 Atso 8 any time. Other members spoke, some at a political barbecue-a Republican bar- queens of the drama, opens at National eral with Coghlan's report, dated July 24,
50 Woo'dville, I1 siding with Dorney and some with Gear- becue-they have lager beer till you can't Guard Hall on Monday, September 4th, and a letter, under date of June 28, from
545 Kossuth, 2871, 1 ing, untiL- about 11 o'clock, when the rest, and whole sloughs of champagne as for a two-weeks' engagement. She will Sedgwick to Coghan, together with six-
50 Andes, 2 Union, after a turbulent session, ad- free as water." be supported b a strong co- teen affidavits, statement, etc., relating
1 700 L than, 87 journed, and all but six joined the new "All this for a dollar and the ride be snatiupon ported by a strong com-to teen affidavits, statements, etc., relating
800 r h Order. The President was among the thrown in?" asked five in te me of picked players, among to the above mentioned charges, upon
5 on. 1 Order. The President was among the thrown in ?" asked five men in the sa whom is Miss Ella Badger, a which the report was evidently based. It
650 Maryland, 7 Major Dorney will confer again with "All for one dollar and the ride thrown young California girl of rare ability who appears from the report and accompanying
200 Cromer, 27 the UnMaon next Tuesday night. He says in," responded the ma ri (wh de thrle- attracted the attention of Miss Eytinge documents that Sedgwick should be ex-
20 West Belchrom er, 2 the can and will found an order of Can- gate), and the next minute (who wais auditors in San Francisco and was offered an en- operated from the charges contained in
260 Wet Bhern, 9 he caans, id will found an order of Chinese were flying down toward the trahis auditors agement under her. Speaking of Miss the letter of June 1, and the request for
S ro n, sinsion, independentssary the AntiChine most breaking tdoweir necks to get tra seat. ytinge's rendition of "Rose Michel," his removal was withdrawn. t seems
After the Board. Union, necessary The result was that there was atremen- tle New York Express says: "A per- somewhat difficult to fix the responsi-
SAve FRANCISCO, August 25-3 P. M.- dons crowd in Carson about 10 o'clock formance more thoroughly artistic or more ability for the mutilation of the books.
Savage, 21; Hale and Norcross, 11 ; Another Safety nvenon scouring the tow in to find a barbecue. A truly grand than ose ytinge's embodi- Revenue Agent Clarke, who seized them,
Justice, 28 Imperial 5 M;exican, 34; P.D. Wright, formerly engineer at the CHRONCLE reporter interviewed old ment of the character of the unfortunate claims that, when they left his possession,
Justice, Impermial, 76 Mexicane ue0; Justice mine, has invented a very useful Farmer Treadway. "Rose Michel" has not been seen upon the they were complete. He turned them
Ophir 4; Gould and,7 Curry, 15 e- appliance mine, has inve mining shafts, by useful poarmter understood there were to modern stage. Each passage glitters and over to District Attorney Coghlan, who,
lo t, 35; Caedoniurry, 15; Yelpha, which it will e impossible for cases mining haft, be several oxen roasted h ere were scintellates with dramatic force, power having no place for their safe
low Jacket, 3560 Caledonia, 8; Alpha which it will be impossible for the cage to Treadway -There's nothing in and expression, and when the denouement custody, took them to Sedgwick,
0 ; Sierr Nevd, 14. n uptoo high on the gallows-frame, in it, my sonnothing in it. I had a few is realized the feelings of the audience are asking im to place them in his
Board Sales Yesterday Afternoon. danger of going over or smashing the hundred pounds of cold beef over there harrowed up to a state of excitement that vault. Sedgwick demurred to taking
150 Meadow Valley,1 05, 1 sheave-reel. An engineer may fail to but they chawed that up in no time. is almost painful. Her impersonation is charge of them, heing out of his province,
10 Raymoend & Elly, ,19 8 close the throttle at the exac moment, or Never saw such a crowd in a dramatic event of the decade that but referred Coglan to Mr. Cooper, a
85 Eures, 1h0e, 11hrtle 1a the ocatle monte ry B swo such a fhgry lowdmy should carry the play to a triumphant deputy in hris office, who has charge of
4 Eureka Con, 1 11, 01 something may happen to the machinery, life.tvaland o lockeute bok
120 Belmont, 2 and the cage will run into the shave, During the remainder of the day gangs wrui. trthout examination, and he claims that
500 K K Con, 3, S, 8 making an immense strain on the cable of half-famished men scoured the town "Fifty English Miners." there can be no possibility of their havin-
830 Leopardo, 1 and sometimes stopping the machinery. looking for the roast ox, which had been I b t od a thi bn ur ne the wre a
120 Gila, b5, 1e By means of Mr. Wright's invention, promised them before they bought their rundera he report his charged .s they
300 Panther, 1 0 should anything of this kind occur, the tickets. Some went so far as to insinuate during the past few days that fifty Eng- un arge.
580 Northern Belle, 21, 20 cage is detached from the cable and falls that the barbecue canard had been started lish miners had arrived here, to work on EXPOSE OP' AINICIPAL CORRUPTION.
2800 Hussey, 1 20, 1, 1 05 back on chairs, while the cable continues by Billy Wood to secure a full load on the Comstock at reduced wages. To-day It is currently reported about the City
845 General Thomas, 1, 1 00 winding on the reel. It is said to be per- the V. & T. R. R., but of course this was a CHRONICL reporter made inquiries in Hall that one of the committee to whom
245 Manhattan, 151, 156 feetly safe and always effective. Mr. a horrible slander. various quarters where a knowledge of the business of purchasing supplies is in-
150 oocon, 4l, 4 Wright has applied for a patent. Many of the excursionists, depending such a fact, if it existed, might be trusted is under investigation by the
400 New Co so, 2 ;2 solely on the roast ox, etc., had neglected looked for, but could find nothing Grand Jury. One of the charges is that
880 Golden Chariot, 1 os. A Narrow Escape from Death to lay in a supply of coin, and their re- to corroborate the report. It seemed the goods purchased for the city found
1105 Imperial, 58 561 This morning Cornelius Flynn, a laborer marks were more vigorous than elegant. to have originated from the fact that a their way to the Supervisor's house.
110 Exchequer, 20 on the railroad, while engaged in throw- Otheir missed the iquors which their dispatch from New York, published in Supervisor Wise, chairman' of the
ing off wood from a flat-ar near the Ophifancy had painted, and with parched most of the coast papers, stated that a Finance Committee, Auditor Maynard
S o r damp, haood a very narrow escape from a hrotsthey strolled about the town, gang of fifty English miners had arrived, and Mayor Bryant were summoned be-
185, Belcher, 23J, 231 damp, had a very narrow escape from a hopes of meeting some friend who was and that their destination was Virginia fore the Grand Jury yesterday to testify
300 California, 59, 581 terrible death. It appears that while he heeled and willing to "set 'em up." City. The arrival of English miners in in relation to the House of Correction
420 Mexican, 35 was busily engaged at his work a train of When the hour approached for the train New York is a common and almost every- purchases, and last night, at a late hour,
200 Ophir, 541, 541flat-cars came down t he track, strkin to start to V i th depotwas
s0 Coso, 1 ,12 fat-cars came don the track, striking to start to Virginia the depot was day occurrence, and from that point they some of these officials visited the institu-
60 Best & Belchr, 481, 40 the flat he was standing on and pitching crowded with men anxious to jump the are sent to Mexico, South America and tion and thoroughly examined the goods
0 Yellow Jacket, it completely off the track. It upset, and town as soon as possible and get back to the West Indies. It is the general opin- sent out. There was a great deal of com-
485 Justice, 27, 271 he was caught underneath it and injured the Comstock, where they had extensive ion that no company on the Comstock motion around the City Hall to-day, and
05 Aha, 58, 571 badly. He received a severe cut on the credit for grub and lager. To-day hearty would import miners, when so many expe- it is generally understood that the Grand
100 J a, 81 scalp, his back and shoulders were bruised, denunciations of the Barbecue Conven- rienced manipulators of the pick and drill Jury have struck a bonanza of corrup-
and his left leg was badly crushed. For- tion are heard on every side. The dodge are out of employment in Virginia. tion.
A S trials Thasy Ho ing tunately no bones were broken, and Dr. employed to gather a crowd at Carson 3fISCELLANEOUS
SSutroen h unt of oh ferr Hopkins, who was called in attendance, was a little thin to say the least. A Hot Blast for the Warm Springs. A lot of 650shares of the National Gold
JOlshausen Crapsiat A V Comstoek expects soon to bring him out all right. THE CHEAT BILLIARD PLAYERS. The Carson excursionists are loud in Bank and Trust Company was offered at
Miss K Sharon Miss M Cay and family -h complaint that the proprietors of the arenon on Wednesday. Thh e first 100
Miss B Cay W J forr A G Huse ring for the Sins of Others. Sexton's Match ame Against Adams Warm Springs charged on dollar per es sold at 44, and b the remainder at 46.
J Freeborn E Moore Miss J Pfc-rr James A. Stephens, the well-known and Robinson-The Young Sexton's it was all hid in by one of the savings
J C Mayer T Maguire Mary Magave head for baths--thabding ust'doublethe
Mrs Lewis L Hill L Holtz attorney, is harassed very much by Record. headforbaths-tbrnboingjustdoublethe banks, where it ws hypothecated a
Kate Walsh C Simpson W Hedreth people who will insist upon making him a On Saturday night William Sexton, usual rate. Republicans, however, who about 60 per cent. of par value.
J Wagner M Sparks J A Paxton hna s sldome of notet to begrude a All conductors on thwee M arket street
DWEarl & w S afelle J W Boyce & w candidate for office, which he is not. His one of the champion billiard-players of dat e so eld o m tt. beg All conductor a s on the market street
J HWilliams Miss MO'N'l 8 Cole] brother, T. A. Stephens (with a degree of the world, will play a match game at that the tariff on ths are raised fifty and Hayes Valley lie of cars are re-
JR Wllh the fams o u S tol e] bro the reuIn quired to wear a gray uniform cap, and
G E Caulkin moral turpitude painful to witness in so French carrom, 500 points up, against C. er cent at picnics. It is said that at bauired to wear a gray uniform cap, and
Departures st Evening. uba young gentleman), is ate B. Adams, the finger-player and Billy Trea dway's ranch $1 50 was charged for a ageed wit the number of the car en-
ended tre Ls P in d the Reublican nomination fteork District BA er-plaer, a5n lunch at the Pioneer picnic. This is graved on it,
L udere WM P aldwin J C McBrmitt Attorney, and there is J. A. Stevens Robinson, the champion of Nevada, at not policy on the par t of persons mMaing Manager McCullough has determined
* W Hopkins S B Ferguson Win Thomas (" with a ve," observe) who would be the Alhambra Theater. Mr. Adams such charges. It will keep people from to sell the boxes and choice seats of the
Lottle Logan Mrs JO RansingT Dwyer Constable in Township No. 1. Hence will, of course, play with the cue during attending picnics, etc., and be a losing California Theater for the Booth engage-
J Slessinger Mrs RR RamseyG E Hall arise these complications, which embitter the match. After the game there will be game in the end. meant at auction. The gods will not he
J H Stanwood H Shellerpberg Miss A Dunn the soul of James A. Stephens (with a an exhibition of fancy shots by Sexton, disturbed in their possessions unless by an
J T McDougal & wife A Hanak & wf h). The only safety for Mr. Stephens and Adams will show some of his wonder- Ager's Case Continned. increase of price.
T R Moore &wf Mrs Ash Miss L Hanak lies in transposing his Christian names ful finger-playing. The table is one of The case of William Ager, charged ge R ert Fral, ete
Miss N Hillyer W Stephens Mrs Cummings and hereafter calling himself Alexander Strable's manufacture and furnished by with having set fire t the Rocky Bar Bob Ferra], is the latest victim to the
Mrs L A King J Allen J Kittle & fy J. instead of James A. Colonel Kelly from the new Capital hthBe rra onis Te vi tth
Mrs McLean Miss Allen Miss Williams saloon. A CHRONICLE reporter, in a con- hoisting works, wa- ,. J .: in the Police epidem ic-matrimonial. The Rev. r.
Miss Babcock 0 White Mrs M P Wood Charged with Arson. versation with Sexton, gathered the Court this afternoon nd continued until Jewe tied the knot on wednesday and
Mrs J Gillespie & chn W F McEvoy Last night, William Ager, who lives in following concerning his career as a bil- Tuesday at 12 o'clock, on motion of the to Miss France Corbett belongs the honor
liardistg : He is a native of Burlington, District Attorney, who wishes to collect of conquest.
a cabin just below the Rocky Bar mine, Vermont, and he is now in the twenty- more evidence. Wilkie, alias Charoen Wilson, Daniel
S JOTlt NGS ABto ite s TOIrN. was arrested on the charge of setting fire first year of his age. His first appearance e New Dr at e picated in the recent Earle murder and
Adolph Sutro, the famous tunnelist, to the hoisting works which were burned in public was in the ew York tourna- Te New rmtic Seson located in te recent Earle murder and
was among the arrivals by this morning's last Wednesday morning. Ager, it is ment in 1875, with Garnier, 8losson, National Guard Hall will be opened by lately arrested in Sacramento, arrived
t a os et store, sbaky, mor Palce s n nd last evening via Stockton in custody
train. alleged, has always looked upon the Daly, Joseph and Cyrille Dion. He tied iss Ella Badger and the California dra- andst evening via Stoc looked up kton, in custody,
It is noticed of late that the ground on Rocky Bar Company as intruders upon Garnier, Slosson and Daly for the third, matic company on Friday, August 31. tion.
0 street, opposite the Chollar office, is the ground, and has been twice arrested fourth and fifth games. His next public John Maguire will appear in conjunction The trial of Walker Lawless for felony,
slowly settling. No danger is appre- for going through the works. Two days game was with Byron Gillette, in Roch- with this troupe, in his character sketches, The trial of Walker Lawless for felony,
ended, before the fire he threatened to get even ester, New York, in December, 1875. In in which he has made a "big hit." Con- in procuring young girls for a house of ill-
There arelettersforthe folling with Chief Lackey and Superintendent the game of five hundred points up he al- siderable improvement will be effected in e n Portland, was resumed in the
There are letters for the following per- Muzzy. On the night of the fire he could lowed Gillette one hundred points, and scenery and other adjuncts of the stage, uncpal riminal ourt yesterday
sons or postage in t his cit not be found, but on the following night defeated him by eighty-seven points. crime was brought home to Lawless, and
Bonds, Nova Scotia; Patrick Castelow, he turned up and was shadowed by the The stakes were $200 a side. In Jan- the jury found him guilty. He will ap-
S eno police. When arrested he refused to have nary last ihe played a match game of THE BARBECUE CONVENTIN, pear for sentence Saturday.
The Third and Fourth Wards Demo- anything to say about the case. six hundred points up with Slosson for ... C N
cratic Club will meet to-morrow evening $500 a side, and won by one hundred and O LE COMPOSI TIOD .
at the City Hall. Good speakers will be Burglars at Work in Silver City, eighteen points. He made in this contest BOILER COMPOSITION
in attendance, and business relating to a In Silver City, last Tuesday morning an average of fifteen and one-ha!f, the Thomas Wren Nominated For
aemoergioen inet we wll9e e- e w best on record at that time. Last Msarch og,
demonstration next week will be trans- burglars attempted to enter the following he visited Europe and played a match Warranrsed to RemsV SRcO
There was a leak started in the main of named places : A. B. Stewart's drug game in Paris with Vinaux for $500 a side
the Water Company on E street, between store, Stock's bakery, the Palace saloon and the championship of tie world, and Daggeto, Tufly and Bishop for Elector,' -a-aR0o
Washinon and Taylor, yesterday, by and the Postoffice. They failed to effect was vanquished. In May last he played and Lconsa'd for Sn prene ,3ge
which to street in front of Mr. Pins- an entrance into any of these places, in the Philadelphia tournament with Gar- o e n c ned dle. '
chower's residencewas flooded. though the doors bear the disfiguring nier, Slosson, Daly, Sexton, Foster, the S TEAM BOILERS.
The instruments expected from New mark of their crowbars. They succeeded Dion brothers, Bessenger, Shaw ant Special to tne Evening Chronicle.]
York for the Gold Hill Central school in getting into Mr. PDulson's shoe shop udolph. The games were three hliun
have not as yet arrived, but are daily and taking five pair of boots, in various dred points up. Sexton was beaten once CARSON, Nov., August 25-The Re. In Use on All the Scotch and English
expected A fine spectroscope has been conditions of rear, belonging to his c- by Garnier, and won the remainder of the puican State Convention reassembled a lroad s, a the r
purchased in San MFrancisco for tomers. games. He carried off the first prize-a
$2,000 and a billiard table valued at $800. at 10 o'clock this morning. The Com- and Planing Mills of
The Purim Club intend to give the Hungry and Disappointed. He made the highest run, two hundred mittee on Platfoem reported, and their San Francisco.
grandest dress ball ever given in this city The restaurants did a rushing business and eighty-seven, the best single and the

ain frsomp some o is m eand last night. When the train came in there rbest general average. In the ew York re as adopted Ai bPLES OF THIS VALUABLE ARTICLE
the reputation of getting such things up houses for square meals by the famished He defeated Rudolph and Garni"r d "o S t h George o .". of a t EveAn EL PC DAVIS,
i good style. nybody lucky enough to creatures who had just come up from the was beaten by Slosson. He tied Rudolph of Storey county, George Tufty of
abeen present at their last masq ue- Carson barbecue, where they expected to for the r and second prizes and won Ortshy, and W. V. Bishop of Eureka. OT E RIGE
they had; it was surely the best managed ox. One Republican told a reporter that 1 The next business in older was the Virgiia, do herely agree on nd after MON-
affair ever given in this town. The mem- he went down on purpose to eat roast ox, THE SCI*OOL TRIUSTEES, nomination of a candidate for Congress. places of business every evening at 8 orcloes c
bers are making grand preparations and but was obliged to content himself with es Wren, of E w LiPHAN & CO.
nake it the ball of the season. The club Progress of Work on the Foudrth ated, the nanes of nWoodburn, Do Long J. bEVY & lhO

any disreputable characters present, so as ond Wards will meet this evening at 7 School Trustees held a regular meeting o u o BLOCK & CO.,
to make it thorough y select. We shall o'clock, at Athletic Hall, on C street, op- (private, of course) at the office of Mr. nominations were : D. C. '-. l- inue au28 1w 1. BEFC & CO.
state thy date of occurrence ,a few posite the City Bakery. A number Hickok, Odd Fellows' building. Pres- 0. Leonard and iMos~ liu bbs. On the WANTE DI WANT ED
of eloquent speakers will be in at- ent-Messrs. Hurd, Ferguson, Pasmore first ballot D. C. McKinney was T O E D
Real Estate Transiers. tendance and the intermission will be and Williams, the Secretary. hbut, on the second ballot, the ro HELP EAT MUThjI7COg pS, BEEF-
A. F. MfcKay to L. Samtel--Portion enlivened by a fine brass band. It is Mr. Ferguson wag granted two months' ahead,
of lot 1, block 102, Howard street i o1. rather too early in the campaign to ex- leave of absence, after which the follow- opposing elements combined and Leon- stea Bee anrd Eggs, Mutton )Stews,

Gold HillG $ o5 ings, but all Democrats should make it a To procure school furniture-Messsar was nominate. e etc. at
Pacific i and Mining Company to point to attend as frequently as possible. Pasmoie, Hurd and Ferguson. KINCSBURY'S LUNCH & CHOP HOUSE
acf ini ndnng CompanyLtopoto n thea q t s On plumbing-Mersrs. Williams and Badger's. Action Bazaar, MEALS as per Bill of Fare. Call for what
tollroadMning Company-Lt600.out on the Burglars in Dayton. Hurd. No. 36 North C street. Sales of house- you want and pay for what you get. Where is
Pacific Mill and Mining Company to The burglars are now raiding on Day- Mrs. Henry Wastell was elected to the hold furniture and general merchandise every the place ? You can't uniss it, on Union street,
Consolidated Virginia and California Min- ton. Judge Hickey's store was entered position (newly created) of teacher of Monday and Thursday. Consignments solicited, Opposite amteynational Hotel,
ing Com anies-Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, on Tuesday night by prying open the Tiald music-othree times a week at t hold effects purchased. Evet description of e
SV.Dey i and Gold Hill do withaba randaout$125 north the First Ward Schonodl-her salary beingyou wish to buy or sell, go to Badger's. jyL SRm
-BT -; e to ----an -Gld H tobacco and cigars taken, as well as $]12 n......... .


ineGoldnHill; $1, -loeu a estrertm in smalt change. m; is-butcher IaLL BE SOLD AT A REASONABLE
ll hs i sma c e a b te It was stated in the'Board that tIhe new T largest asesorMment of Crockery Vfigure, t lot gro nd
A. Tm t o lshop was also relieved of ittle change school-house for the eftourth Ward would and Glassware in the city at Heyman Bros. & Eighty Feet Fronmt on I Street,
Water Company-ie to above lot be finished and ready for school by the ist Co., corner B and Taylor streets. auln5 tflert, wh the ame
Hal Wtid Cra-sit to talvor Cite of December, and probably by the middle And running clear to E street, with the same
n00. Rapid TraCsstt tq Slver ('bY, of November. Buy ), nur Furniture and Bedding of staeetw Taylor id
W. B. Murdoch to Oinal Comtck The omnibus line from this city to The Board then adjourned. Hey ni Co., corner B sd ylor situated on the ast i ede, b between Taylor and
Comstock and Colwell claim, located in Gold Hill has made arrangements with streets-the cheapest store in the State. aul5 tf pieces of property in town. For particulars
inquire of W. J. FORD or J. C. HAMPTON,
this district; $25,000. the Silver City and Gold Hill line Iebubilding the Catholic Church, H.vE your clothes made at Theodore Non. 35 and 37 North C street, Virginia, Nov'
whereby a through connection will be Active work is going on rebuilding th Wos, erchat tailor au4 t auland 37 orth C street, Virinia, e
Business Noticcs. made at Gold Hill, Through tickets will Catholic Church, corner of Taylor and E oa
A. Maestretti has sold his restaurant be issued gad can be procured from either streets. The contractor has five men em- "CHEOCAL STRENGTH," price 83, sold JAMES J. FARRELL, of
andlodgaing-house, 100 South C Street, to line. t will he a great convenience. played at present, who are engaged in i.. L's:.. "will cure any case of nervous
.Richard Gaines, who will continue to con. !' i., .. ii, --i.., i weakness and effects of self-
duct it in first-class style. An Immense Cyluder. clearing out the debris and preparing the abuse or excess 3jy27 tf PLUM
Frankel & Block, stock and money The new cylinder for the Gould and foundation for the pillars to support the
brokers, are located at No. 62 South Curry pumping-engine was hauled up whether anything p will Ibe doune toward O R odi
street. They will give liberal margins to from the freight depot to the mine this fixing up tbe basement at present. When No. 7 NORTH L STREET, t>
customers., afternoon by A. Savage. It is one of te the upper floor shall have been laid, eca- o U N
A. M. Cole, druggist and apothecary, largest on this lode, being five feet in folding will be erected o t ad' SPLENDID OPPORTUNIT o r Noth o Justic'
s preaed to meet his patrons at No. 88 diameter by eighteenfeet in the bed. Its -tr-. c- of orkien 1 lower the PLENDID OPPORTUNITY Two orth
South e street. weight is over thirteen tons, t... and side-walls. The edifice will ..-
not be widened at all, but will be about mAY RELY THAT ALL B.SI
E popular :- tr urant known as the Silver Prlces To-Day. three feet higher in t11e clear, to allow the s e tao R l l TAT pl BUSI-
NigotYi -akery, n pu as nd 109 South hoC Speyer Bros., 41 6outh'C street, furnish construction of galleries. As the churetl is BUY T A BUSINESS dend entrusted to me will be prpte
will conti-uc it in frst-rate style at reasonable us with the following quotations : Trades back from the street li:,.:. r C ., eno-gh aleto, and that the charges w be
prices. Regular board, 87 per week. au25 tf -buying, 91, 92. Half-dollars and quar ace on both aids, to 1 tl. erection A EA E B D AND A NET
ters-buying, 94,, 95; -. .. *"., 96. pt. I .- convenient en- .., per month, which can be MRS. HOFFMAN,
0. H. GALLUHP, opposite the BaNk of Currency-buying, 005-1, -a 01 ii r*1 .rGU o.o t. I tnwo galleries. Smr-j I 4te o-' eeasod by close attention to business.
Cahifornia, Goldn Hll, keeps constantly on hand 9o.. 1 2' ll l. h' e nrdo t .y a l amnt of money required down, FORTUNE-TELLER & ASTROLOCER,
eli favorite brands of imporii cigis, choice ---------- spire vrill prqbhbly 60i'- ie but purleser lnust' ... i.1.: I E
bit cigars, all kinds of chleing tobacco, meer- O'NEILL'S is the best place to have vi or `40e go *'as.- .pensed with. and reference as to .-......i. I, Nevada House, South est., irgglin. K
thaum pipes, nuts, candles, ne cutlery, and clothes made, two doors no) "Q~1e j I says the walls are in good further particulars address
Ioy g and o fncy goods of all klhds, au9lm & Co,' ". ...." a ... .,ron mand wilreuire very little re "B'SE,' ONSULTATION FEE, $1 50 TO $2 00.
-- - - ------ )a --- ve--itry Oe re- Wjoffice hours, from 9 in the irnorning until N
l)airing, gu3 tf 1'. 0, Box 540, legiuli 'il1y. 11 at night. uuili lon


76 SOUTH C STREET,



CLOTHING EMPORIUM
Where the Enterprising Firm'of


ALL THOSE ARE

SATISFIED AND HAPPY

WHO BUY


PLATT & RICH, French Broadcloth Suits,


",THE" CLOTHIERS
Of the Pacific Coast, hold ifoith.

For material, cut and beauty of finish, their
goods are unequaled throughout the land, and
they sell cheaper than any other firm. No
lowing about this. A ;,iil will convince you.
'ry them Try them Tr. them You'll not
regret it.j


New Style Plaid Suits.
Elegant Diagonal Suits,
Nobby Business Suits,
Fancy Scotch Suits,

AND THEIR SUPPLY OF


PLATT & RICH, WEARING APPAREL


THE CLOTHIERS,
ro South C street, Virginia, Nev.
au3 lm-3p .-

FULTON FOUNDRY,
ON THE DIVIDE.
The Oldest Established Foundry In
' thState.

MILL AND MINING MACHINERY
A ND CASTINGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Ln manufactured to order and repaired on the
hiortest notice and in the best possible manner.
e hav e largest and most
COMPLETE STOCK OF PATTERNS
And the best facilities for furnishing all work in
ur line in the State, and-are now adding onr-,
f the
LARGEST AND BEST TOOLS,
1 order to keep ps, with the requirements
tho times _,,

ne managers take pleasure in informing
.br numerous customers and the public that
he business will be continued without inter-
uption, and resrectfully solicit a continuance
f ..Lit'' FRASER, Superintende
A. J. lrSrTOM, Trustee. au9 2plm tf
MUSIC LESSONS.

MRS. HELEN MARBLE M'LEAN
TILL RECEIVE PUPILS FOR INTRU-
iVmental and Vocil Music and Dramatic
locution, at her
Roomi, 2S North C Street,
eoar Suttoun avenue (o 8Ustir Virginia City,
evaida. au238 ln *i


And Especially


SUMMER GOODS!


-AT THE-


WHITE HOUSE!

-or



COHN & ISAACS,


No. 16 South C street,

VIRGINIA, NEVADA.
[ault*U


Cohn m onaa


THE CAMPAIGN


FAIRLY OPENED!



HAYES AND TILDEN
-ARE IN THE FIELD, BUT-

3EE3 a.11k.j-ma.asjaij !
HE GREAT LEADING QUESTION AT
Issue is not who shall be our next Presi-
dent, but
WHO SELLS

THE BEST CLOTHING

....FOR....

THE LEAST MONEY.


BANNER BROS.

THE GREAT CLOTHIERS


*%X3*GM3VXarXDfA OBWCEr
-OFFER THEIR ENTIRE STOCK OF-
GENTS' DRESS,
DIAGONAL AND
BUSINESS SUITS,

Youths' and Boys' Clothing,


WHITE HOUSE















HAPPINESS 18 CHEAP I

AND SO ARE


ALL KINDS OF GOODS

-AT THE-


FURNISHING GOODS,


Hats,


Boots, Shoes, Trunks,
Valises, Etc.,


FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS

At Greatly Reduced Prices.

WIn order to make room for our Immense-
Fall Stock now on the way from our own
Eastern Clothing Manufactory, we will sell

OUR ENTIRE STOCK

FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS
.... AT....

BED ROCK PRICES !


COME AND SEE US
And be Convinced that Every

PLANK IN OUR PLATFORM
Is Correct; that the
LARGEST ASSORTMENT
.... AND.. ..


White Bouse!

-OF-


COHN& ISAACS,


WHERE ARE


SUMMER SUITS!

In Greatest Variety,
Of Tinest Material,


GREATEST BARGAINS 'Most stylish out
-rt- Elegantly Trimmed,

C0 Ia3 O IT T X -, AND WELL MADE UP.
Can now be h-d at the


IMMENSE CLOTHING EMPORIUM

....OF....

BANNER BROS.

Corner 0 and Taylor Sts.,
au9 tf-8p VIRGINIA, NEVADA.



IT WAS, IS, AND WILL BE,


THE BEST

....AND...


IN THE CITY



Contentment is Riches

-AND-


THERE 1776 OR 1876, IT EVER SATISFACTION IS WEALTH!
V remains


-- ~- -1 -----'







3a~ oosms~ls- ~;~ !-i----m9a~


irgintia (Imrrnn thronite..
PER WEEK.... .......... 25 ts.

FRIDAY...........AUGUST 25,1876




DR. SPINNEY & CO'S

BRANCH OFFICE,


PRICES OF GROCERIE8 CALIFORNIA CO.'S


3M=E D 3T3.C S 3E2 30

20 to 50 Per Cent., for Cash,
-AT-

M'GURN'S CASH STORE,


Fredrick's New Building, 115 South C street, Virginia.


Corner TUanion and C streets,
Opposite International Hotel, Virginia, Nev.

DR. SPINNEY, WELL KNOWN AS A
founder of the Montreal (C. E.) Medical
Institute, and late Proprietor of the SP1NNEY-
VILLE INFIRMARY, Drs. Spinney & Co.
would most respectfully inform their patients
and the afflicted generally that they have re-
opened a branch office at Virginia City, where
they will continue to treat chronic and private
diseases with unparalleled success.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
Remember that procrastination is the thief of
COME AND BE HEALED.
It matters not what your troubles may be,
come and let the Doctor examine your case.
It will cost you nothing for consultation, so
please call and satisfy yourselves whether the
Doctor understands your case. If he can cure
you he will tell you so ; if not, he will say so;
for he will not undertake a case unless he is
confident of effecting a cure.
YOUNG MEN
Who may be suffering from the effects of youth-
ful follies or indiscretion, will do well to avail
themselves of this, the greatest boon ever laid
at the altar of suffering humanity. Drs.
S. & Co. will guarantee to 'forfeit five hundred
dollars for every case of seminal weakness, or
private disease of any kind or character, which
they undertake and fail to cure. They would,
therefore, say to the unfortunate sufferer who
may read this notice, that you are treading upon
dangerous ground when you longer delay in
seeking the proper remedy for your complaint.
You may be in the first stage-remember you
are approaching the last. If you are bordering
upon the last, and are suffering some or all of
its evil effects, remember that if you obstinately
persist in procrastination, the time must come
when the most skillful physician can render you
no assistance; when the door of hope will be
closed against you; when no angel of mercy can
bring you relief. In no case have they
failed of success. Then let not despair work
itself upon your imagination, but avail yourself
of the beneficial results of his treatment before
your case is beyond the reach of medical skill,
or before grim death hurries you to a pren- ture
grave.
MIDDLE-AGED MEN.
There are many of the age of thirty to sixty
who are troubled with too frequent evacuation
of the bladder, often accompanied by a slight
smarting or burning sensation, and a weakening
of the system in a manner the patient cannot
account for; on examining the urinary de-
posits a ropy sediment will often be found, and
sometimes small particles ot albumen will
appear, or the color will be of a thin and milk-
ish hue, again changing to a dark and torpid
appearance. There are many men who die of
this difficulty, ignorant of the cause, wihiec is
the second stage of seminal weakness. br, -S.
& Co. will guarantee a perfect cure in all such
cases, and a healthy restoration of the genito-
urinar orgnDR. H. J. S ER,
Now associated with Dr. SpiMey, is a regular
graduate of HARVARn COLLEsGE, and having
had a large experience in hospital and special
--practice, is now one of the most competent
physicians in Anmerica, for the treatment of
Chrd'ic and Special Diseases.
Officr-oIours-lO to 4 and 6 to 8 Sundays,
from 10 i.m11 A. M. only. Consultation Free.
Thorough eailination and advice, 5.
Call or address DR. SPIN7NEY & CO.,
Fredrick's New Building, corner Union and 0
streets, opposite International Hotel, Virginia,
Nevada. jy28 tf

DR. THOMAS,


Physician and Surgeon
HAS REMOVED TO HIS OLD RESIDENCE
corner of Union and South C streets,
over the Fredericksburg Brewery.
OFFICE HOURs FOR CONSULTATION :
From 9 A. M. to 5 .M., and from. 6 to 8 P. M.:
DR. THOMAS graduated at the Royal College
of Surgeons England, and the Royal College of
Physicians, London, and received his diplomas
as member of the Royal College of Surgeons,
England, and licentiate of the Royal College of
Physiciens,'London, in the years 1859 and 1864.
DR. THOMAS also passed his examination at
Liebeg's University, of Giessen, Germany, and
received his diploma as Doctor of Medicine with
the
HIGHEST HONORS.
These diplomas, together with testimonials
from tile FIRST EUROPEAN PHYSICIANS,
may be seen in his office.
DR. THOMAS may be privately and confi-
dentially consulted for the cure of Diseases of
the Generative Organs, Nervous Debility, Sper-
matorrhea or Seminal Weakne.s, Stricture of
the Urethra, Weakening Dreams, Heart, Lung
and Kidney Affections, Skin and Contagious
Diseases, Venereal or otherwise.
DR. THOMAS' treatment is EMINENTLY
SUCCESSFUL, at once arresting seminal loss
and restoring power to the most broken-down
constitutions, and that AFTER OTHERS
HAVE FAILED.
The young, middle-aged, and even those ad-
vanced in life, should not despair of a
SPEEDY AND PERMANENT RELIEF
From their sufferings, but should without de-
lay consult DR. THOMAS, who will give a con-
scientious opinion as to the extent of disease in
each particular case.
TO THE LADIES:
DR. THOMAS merely states that he mny be
CONFIDENTIALLY CONSULTED in all dis-
eases incidental to FEMALES.
In 1864 DR. THOMAS received a special
diploma from the Royal College of Surgeons,
London, n
MIDWIFERY AND DISEASES OF WOMEN
AND CHILDREN,
Signed by DR ARTHUR FARRE and DR.
ROBERT LEE, Physicians to the Princess of
Wales and Duchess of Edinburgh. This diploma
can also be seen in the Doctor's office.
In conclusion the Doctor desires to state that
every patient treated by him will receive a
GUARANTY OF PERMANENT CURE.
aul7tf

TO THE UNFORTUNATE

DR. !BBON'S DISPENSARY,
623 Kearny Street, San Francisco,

E ESTABLISHED IN 1854
E for the treatment of
Sexual and Seminal Dis-
H eases, such as Gonorrhoea,
Gleet, Stricture, Syphilis in
all its forms, Seminal Weak-
ness, Impotency, Skin Dis-
eases, etc., permanently
cured, or ino charge.


SEMINAL WEAKNESS.
Seminal Emissions, the consequence of self-
abuse. This solitary vice, or depraved sexual
indulgence, is practised by the youth of both
sexes to an almost unlimited extent, producing
with unerring certainty the following train of
morbid symptoms, unless combatted by scientific
medical measures, viz: Sallow countenance,
dark spots under the eyes, pain in the head,
ringing in the ears, noise like the rustling of
leaves and rattling of chariots, uneasiness about
the loins, weakness of the limbs, confused
vision, blunted intellect, loss of confidence,
diffidence in approaching strangers, a dislike to
form new acquaintances, disposition to rhun
society, lose of memory, hectic flushes, pimples
and various eruptions about the face, furred
tongue, fetid breath, coughs, consumption,
night sweats, monomania and frequent insanity.
CURED AT HOME.
Persons at a distance may be cured at home
by addressing a letter to DR. GIBBON, stating
case, symptoms, length of time the disease has
continued, and have medicines promptly for-
warded, free from damage or curiosity, to any
part of the country, with full and plain
directions. By inclosing Ten Dollars coin in
registered letter through the Postoffice, or
through Wells, Fargo & Co., a package of medi-
cine will be forwarded to any part of the Union.
Address, DR. J. F. QIBBON,
au7 tf Box 1,957, San Francisco.


JOSEPH FREDERICKS,
No. 48 South C street,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL WARE"
House of Mill Chemicals, Paints, Oils,
Window Glass, Paper Hangings, Window
Shades, Duck Sheeting, Picture Frames and
Mouldings. Perkins & House's non-explosive
Lamps. Constantly keeps on hand a large
assortment of all articles for Millmen's use, in-
cluding Plaster and Cement, Sodium, Cyanile
of Potassium, Sulphuric and other Acids, ete
Orders for Painting, Papering, Glazing, etc.
promotlv attended to. auR tf


BONANZA BAZAAR
MUSIC DEPOT,
No. 104 South C street, Virginia,
W ILL SELL PIANOS, ORGANS,
Fancy Goods, Paperhangings,wo
,etc., etc., at greatly reduced price.
;ul5 1m J. D. LImVINSON,


GOLD.
Pioneer (Bakers' extra) Flour, per
100 lbs........................S4 00
Carson or California Soap, per box.. 1 00
Best Eastern sugar cured Hams,
per lb ..................... 22
Choicest fresh Roll Butter, per 2-lb.
roll...................... .... 755
Extra choice California Cream
Cheese, 3 lbs. for.;............. 50
Choice New Potatoes, per sack,
100 Ibs........................ 2 75
All the leading brands of Japan Tea,
by the 5lb. box or lib. paper,
per pound.................... 50
Five large cans best Baltimore
Oysters for..... ... ..... 1 00
Eight small means best Baltimore
Oysters for.................... 1 00
Three large cans assorted Table
Fruit for..................... 1 00
Also a large and complete assortment of every-
thing in the way of Choice Fresh

GROCERIES & PROVISIONS

WINE BRANDIES,


WINES AND LIQUORS,

CROCKERY, GLASSWARE,
TABLEWARE, ETC., ETC.,
Which will be sold at proportionately low prices.
Choice fresh Fruits of all kinds received daily
and sold for one-half the price charged by other
dealers.

T. R. McGURN,

,CHEAP CASH STORE,
116 South C street, Virginia, and
aul 1m Main street, Gold Hil.


J. & J. B. MALLON
C street, Virginia,
Next to the Bank of California Building, Whole-
sale and Retail Dealers in
Groceries, Provisions, Crockery,
Wooden-Ware, China Sets and French Cut
Glass, Oil and Candles, Flour
and Feed, Etc., Etc.
"TINES AND LIQUORS OF THE FIRST
WV Quality only Brandy, Port and Sherry
Wine for medicinal use.
We call the special attention of Mine and Mill
Superintendents to our large and complete stock
of Oils and Candies for mill and mining pur-
poses. We offer that class of goods at AS LOW
FIGURES as they can be landed from any part
of the United States, thus enabling Mills and
Mines on the Comstock to purchase OILS,
CANDLES, ete as cheap in Virginia as they
could either in San Francisco or the East, with
a guarantee of obtaining FIRST-CLASS GOODS,
delivered free of charge at the mines in Virginia
or Gold Hill. J. & J. B. MALLON,
au3 tf Virginia, Nev.

JAMES KELLY & CO.,
No. 68 South C Street, -
H'AVE RECEIVED A LARGE AND WELL
selected stock of
FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES, PROVISIONS
AND GENERAL SUPPLIES,
With which they will supply their customers
and the public in general. They have also re-
ceived a choice lot pf the
VERY BEST BRANDS OF CUTTER WHISKY
In Barrels and in Cases.

Goods delivered free of charge In any part of
Virginia or Gold Hill.
JAMES KELLY & Co.,
aul tf No. 68 South C Street.

HATCH BROTHERS,
No. 20 South C street,
SOLE AGENTS FOR J. F. CUTTER AND
Miller's Extra Old Bourbon Whiskies.
Will be sold by the Barrel, Case, Gallon or Bot-
tle, at San Francisco prices. Have also on hand
a full assortment of Family Groceries, French
and English Goods of all kinds. Fresh Vege-
tables, Poultry and Fish always on hand and
received daily. All goods delivered to any part
of Virginia, Gold Hill or Silver City, free of
charge. Sole agents for Bethesda Mineral
Water, of Waukesha, Wisconsin.
aul m a HATCH BROTHERS.




HALL'S

PIONEER LAUNDRY !

The Most Extensive and Reliable In the State


au4 tf


0. W. HALL, Proprietor.


AMERICAN LAUNDRY,
NORTH A STREET,

HOLLWEGE & CO., Proprietors.

ALL WORK ENTRUSTED TO OUR CHARGE
A done at reasonable rates and on short
notice, aull 1m


TO THE WORKING CLASS

W'E CAN FURNISH YOU EMPLOYMENT
at which you can make very large pay,
in your own localities, without being away
from home over night. Agents wanted in
every town and county to take subscribers for
The Centennial Record, the largest publication
in the United States-16 pages, 64 colunms;
Elegantly Illustrated; Terms only $1 per year.
The Record is devoted to whatever is of interest
connected with the Centennial year. The Great
Exhibition at Philadelphia is fully illustrated in
detail. Everybody wants it. The whole people
feel great interest in their Country's Centennial
Birthday, and want to know all about it. An
elegant patriotic crayon drawing premium pic-
ture is presented free to each subscriber. It is
entitled, In remembrance of the One Hun-
dredth Anniversary of the Independence of the
United States."- Size, 23 by 30 inches. Any
one can become a successful agent, for but
show tbe paper and picture and hundreds of
subscribers are easily obtained everywhere."-
There is no business that will pay like this at
present. We have many agents who are making
as high as $20 per day and upwards. Now is
the time; don't delay. Remember it costs
nothing to give the business a trial. Send for
our circulars, terms, and sample copy of paper,
which are sent free to all who apply ; do it to-
day. Complete outfit free to those who decide
to engage. Farmers and mechanics, and their
sons and daughters, make the iWy best of
agents. Address,
THE CENTENNIAL RECORD,
jy27 t' Portland, Maine.

ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL,
VIRGINIA, NEVADA.


IN CHARGE OF SISTERS OF CHARITY

Attending Physicians,
DRS. GRANT AND DEAL,
THE LOCATION OF THE HOSPITAL IS
one of the most pleasant and healthy in
the city. All denominations are received.
TERMS (monthly in advance)-$10 per week
n the wards; $20 per week in private rooms.
Liquors and Washing extra. Money refunded
when patients leave before expiration of a
month. For further particulars address
THE SISTER SUPERIOR,
mylO 6m Or inquire -t St. Mary's School.

STEINWAY & SONS'


MEM B .A. 1%6 I 0


W H. ASH, SOUTH C ST.,
corner of Taylor, Virgitniaa
City, Nevada, is the Sole Agenic
for the eale of STEINWAY PI-
ANOS for Virginia City and vicinity.
MATTHIAS CRAY,
au17 Imu Gcn'l Agt. for the Pacific Coamt.


LUMBER YARD

Office-69 North 0 street,

(Between Sutton avenue and Mill streets)

SWAIN, BRADLEY & CO.,
PROPRIETORS.
THE ABOVE FIRM OFFER TO THE CITI-
zens of Virginia and vicinity a splendid
stock of

California Dry Lumber,

DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, MOULDINGS
And all kinds of Manufactured BUILDING
MATERIAL. au23 1 n

J. 0. BRAY,

CARPENTER AND BUILDER.

A AM PREPARED TO BUILD AND REPAIR
at the Lowest possible Living Prices, at short
notice. I have all the appurtenances

TO MOVE OR RAISE BUILDINGS.


BRICK CHIMNEYS
Built at $1 25, 81 50 and $1 75 per foot, accord-
ing to size ; built of best Brick, in workmanlike
manner. Contract or Day work promptly at-
tended to. STONE FOUNDATIONS put in at
short notice. LOW and RELIABLE Estimates
given free of charge. Good workmen employed.
Can be found at WELLS, FARGO & CO.'S
BUILDING daily, from 12 to 1 and from 6 to 8
o'clock P. 11. P. 0. Box 488. Good references.
aul9 im J. C. BRAY.

SWAIN, BRADLEY & CO.'S

LUMBER YARD,
North of Ophir Mine, on E Street.

All kinds of
TIMBER, SCANTLING,
AND COMMON LUMBER
Always on hand.

PRINCIPAL OFFICE Nos. 77 and 79
North 0 street. jy26 tf
0. MONKEY. E.R. SMITH.

VIRGINIA LUMBER YARD.

LONKEY & SMITH, Proprs.

Principal Office and Yard,

CORNER C AND MILL STREETS, VIRGINIA.

M MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
S Mill and Mining Timbers, Finishing
Building and Flume Lumber. A large and
complete assortment of Common, Clear and
Dressed Lumber, Pine and Redwood Ceiling,
Oregon Pine Flooring, Stepping and Joists,
Sierra Valley Clear-dressed Finishing Lumber,
Pine and Redwood 8 and 10-inch Rustic, Cali-
fornia Sugar Pine, j to 2-inch, Pine and Red-
wood Shingles, Plain and Fancy Pickets, Siding,
Laths, Turnings, Mouldings, Transoms, Doors,
etc. Sash and Blinds constantly on hand.

Our Prices as Low as the Lowest

And satisfaction guaranteed in every particular
Sash, Blind and Door Factory and Planing
Mills-Verdi, C. P. R. R, Nevada.
Mills and Flumes- Prosser Creek, C. P. R. R.,
Nevada county, California. aul tf


LUMBER!



TRUCKEE LUMBER YARD

Cor. F and Washington Sts.


J. P. McFARLAND & CO.


BRICKWORK AND MASONWORK.
3P.- 33XT3Z&33ES,
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER
Also, Agent for the celebrated French Cook
ing Range. Leave orders at Brisacher & Adams
store, South C street. au5 Im




VIRGINIA ASSAY OFFICE.

C. WIEGAND & CO.,
N0O. 38 NORTH C STREET.-FOR
States send for circular to CONRAD
WIEGAND, formerly Supervising Assayer of
U. S. Mint at San Francisco, Cal. aul lm

Gold Hill Assay O fice
-. .o..-

McOULLOUGH &OO.
(Late E. Rnhling & Co.
G OLD AND SILVER BULLION MELTED
and Assayed.
We guarantee our Assays to conform to the
Standard of the UNITED STATES MINT.
aul4 tf


N EVER BEFORE IN THE
history of Pianaforte manu-:
facture has an instrument risen so
rapidly in popular favor. Its intrinsic merit
and decided superiority over all others has
caused every musician a'-" 9 to
adopt and recommend it.
NILSSON says: I shall taae vv ,waeprttanity
to recommend and prtae u at instru-
ments.
KELLOGG says: For the last six years your
Pianos have been my choice for the
concert room and my own heuse.
ALBANI says: I am thoroughly satisfied with
your splendid Pianos. They deserv-
edly merit the high distinction they
have obtained.
LUCCA says: Your uprights are extraordi-
nary instruments, and deserve their
great success.
PATTI says: I have used the Pianos of
every celebrated maker, but give yours
the preference over all others.
STRAUSS says: Your Pianos astonish me. I
have ever yet seen any Pianos which
equal yours.
WEHLI says : Madame Parepa called your
Pianos thIe finest in the United States.
I fully indorse that opinion. They
have no rival anywhere.
For volume and variety of tone, promptness
of action, elegance of case
and durability,

THE STANDARD ORGAN
Excels All Others.

SHERMAN & HYDE,
Pacific Coast Agents,
Cor. Kearny and Sutter streets, San Francisco.
ml31 Omi1


Ovocedto Rua Lp rovvlotaom


THE NEVADA BANK

'Of San Francisco, at

VIRGINIA CITY, NEVADA.

DEPOSITS RECEIVED AND ACCOUNTS
qNspI etTer in Coin or Currency.


MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
all kinds of DEALES IN On all points purchased and drawn by the
Agency upon


TRUCKEE LUMBER.
.....ALSO....
OREGON PINE FLOORING,
And all kinds of
Dressed Redwood,
Doors, Windows, Blinds,
Dressed Pickets,
And all kinds of


SAN FRANCISCO AND NEW YORK
Both in Coin and Currency; also in Sterling on

LONDON AND DUBLIN.
Bullion purchased. Telegraphic Transfers
made. Collections made at all points.
Stocks, Legal Tender Currency, and National
Bana Notes Bought and Sold.
GEBO. A. KING, Agent.
Virginia, Nev., January 10, 1876. aull tf


AT VIRGINIA CITY, NEVADA.


J. P. MARTIN, General Agent.

T HIS AGENCY RECEIVES DEPOSITS OF
Coin or Currency, either on Open Account
or to issue Certificates therefore, payable (at the
option of the holder) in Virginia or San Fran-
cisco.
, Exchange For Sale on
NEW YORK, BOSTON, SAN FRANCISCO,
SACRAEINTO, LONDON, PARIS,
DUBmI, BETO., ETC.
Collections Made on All Points.
Bullion Purchased at the Most Favorable
Rates. Stocks, Bonds and Legal Tender Notes
Bought and Sold.
AGENCY FOR THE SALE OF QUICKSILVER.
J. P. MARTIN, Agent.
J W. ECKLEY, Cashier.
Virginia, Nev., January 1, 1872. au7tf

VIRGINIA SAVINGS BANK
48 South C street, near Taylor.
CAPITAL- -...----2... $2aoo, ooo o0
President..................... 0. HAMPTON
First Vice President......GEO. W. HOPKINS
Second V'ce President......C. C. STEVENSON
Manager ......... GEORGE H. WINTERBURN
DIRCTroRS C. Derby, WV. H. Smith, Charles
Forman, J. C. Currie, J C. Hampton, G. W.
Hopkins, C. E. De Long, Phil. Seldner, George
Sent, J. B. Hereford, Jos. B. Mallon, C. C. Ste-
venson, S. Rosenthal and Geo. H. Winterburn.
INTEREST PAID UPON ALL DEPOSITS.
Deposits received in sums of One Dollar
and upward. Loans made upon approved Real
Estate and Personal Property.
Stocks, Currency and Silver bought and sold
au4 tf A. W. WHITE, Secretary.


BISHOP WHITAKER'S

SCHOOL FOR GIRLS

RENO, NEVADA.

T IE FIRST TERM WILL BEGIN EARLY
in October.
Thoroughly accomplished Teachers of Eng-
lish, French, German, Music, Drawing and
Painting have been engaged.
The Charges for board, room-rent, fuel,
lights, and tuition in English studies, will be
$150 for Term of Tiventy Weeks.
For particulars address
BISHOP WHITAKER,
jyl8 im Virginia, Nevada.

PIANO TUNING.
A. HERRING, DESIRESIgf
F2. to Inform his friends andri
patrons requiring his services that orders may
be left at the Bonanza Bazaar, or with H. A.
Wastell, at 78 South C street. He guarantees
his tuning, both of Pianos and Organs, to be
superior to that of any other tuner who has
resided here or has ever visited this place, and
can give numerous references to that effect
Prices for piano tuning 35, and 05 per set of
reeds for organ tuning, au&t Im


,Lutdewdl a"#t, ~ l,


J. 5. TYRRELL. PHILIP RErSE

JNION IRON WORKS
Office-320 South C street,
ON THE DIVIDE.

TYRRELL & REESE,
Manufacturers of
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
QUARTZ MILLS
And All Styles of Machinery.
an7i tf

GOLD HILL FOUNDRY
...AND....

Machine Works,
LOWER GOLD HILL, NEV.
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS OF EVERY
description made to order. All orders
executed with dispatch, and at reasonable rates
aul 1m GEORGE EMMETT, Proprietor.




ARCADE SALOON,
69 South C street, Hanak's Building

GEO. L. SCHWAB, Propr.

rHE CHOICEST BRANDS OF WINES,
L Liquors and Cigars. Ice-cold Boca and
Gruhler Beer. Free Lunch served at 11 A. M.
every day. Fancy Lunches and all kinds of
Sandwiches at all hours. au9 Im
BALTIC SWITCH SALOON,
A short distance below Belcher hoisting works,
GOLD HILL NEVADA.
OUR WINES, WHISKY, BRANDY, ALE,
0 Porter, Beer, Cigars, etc., will compare
favorably with any in the town. Square dealing
is our motto. Give us a call.
EUGENE MARKEY.
au7 Im JERRY McCARTHY, Proprietors.

PIONEER SALOON,
Corner of Union and D Streets.

GIVE HIM A CALL.

The Best of Wines and Liquors.
All my friends and the Public generally are
invited to call.
aul lm JOHN MOYE.

Bank Exchange.

T HIS POPULAR PLACE OF RESORT
has been refitted since the fire in elegant
style by those famous caterers,
GUMBERT & WEBBER,
And will be kept as a First-class Saloon, where
can be found at all times Choice Liquors and
Cigars, also First-class Lunches. jy28 Im

FREDERICKSBURG BREWERY,
South C street, Virginia.

TH HEADQUARTERS OF THE CELEBRATED
Fredericksburg Beer. Lunch at all hours.
jy29 tf CHAS. MUELLER, Proprietor.
REOPENING
OF SPIRO'S SALOON.-SPTRO, THE
0 Pioneer Saloon-keeper of Virginia, has
reopened his saloon at the
Old Spot, No. 13 North C street,
Where he invited all his friends to see him, as
in former days. Liquors, Wines, Cigars, etc.,
of the best [au3 1m] SPIRO, Proprietor.




AGENCY OF


X tre of ig essmaw t.

ALE &6 NORCROSS SILVER
MINING COIIPA>NY.-Locatiou of prin-
cipal place of business, San Francisco, Califor-
nia.-Location of \ork, Virginia Minin Dis-
trict, Storey county, tlate of Nevada.--Notice
is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board
of Directors, held on lthe th day of Aujust,
1876, an assessment, (No. .I) of One Dollar
(.I1 00) per share was levied upon t;ihec capital utock
S ".'* .... .. in United
- .' l .. *' .... the office
of the Company, BRoom No. 58 Nevada Block,
northwest corner Moatgomerv and Pine streets,
Sail Erancico, California. -
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the TWILFTIl day of SEP-
TEMBER, 187G, will be delinquent and adver-
tised for sale at public auction; and unless
payment is made before, will he sold .. ..'
the 3d day of October, 1876, to ,.: .1.
linqneunt assessment, together with costs of ad-
vertising and expenses of sale. By order of the
Board of Directors.
JOEL F. LIGHTNER, Secretary.
Office-Room No. 58 Nevada Block, north-
west corner Montgomery and Pine streets, San
Francisco, California. aulO td
SIERRA NEVADA SILVER HIIN-
ING COMPANY.-Location of works, Sto-
rey county, Nevada. Location of principal
place of business, San Francisco, California.-
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of
the Trustees, held on the 22d day of August,
1876, an assessment (No 45) of One Dollar ($1)
per share was levied upon the capital stock of
the corporation, payable immediately in United
States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office
of the Company, Room No. 5 Nevada Block,
No. 309 Montgomery street, San Francisco,
California.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER
25th, 1876, will be delinquent, and advertised
for sale at public auction, and unless pay-
ment is made before, will be sold on
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12th, 1876, to pay the
delinquent assessment, together with costs of
advertising and expenses of sale.
W. W. STETSON, Secretary.
Office-Roomn No. 5 Nevada Block No. 309
Montgomery street, San Francisco, Cac. au24 td
TELLS PARGO MINING COM-
E PANY.-Location of principal place of
business, San Francisco, California.-Location
of works. Virginia District, Storey county, Nev.
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting' of the
Board of Directors, held on the 6th day of July,
1876, an assessment (No. 5) of Fifteen (15,
Cents per share was levied upon the capital
stock of the corporation, payable immediately
in United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at
the office of the company, Room 13, No. 328
Montgomery street, San Francisco, California.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the TENTH day of AUGUST,
1876, will be delinquent and advertised
for sale at public auction, and unless payment
is made before will be sold on Monday, the 28th
day of August,1876,to pay the delinquent assess-
ment, together with costs of advertising and
expenses of sale. By order of the Board of
Directors. 0. H. BOGART, Secretary,
Office-Boomn 13, No. 328 Montgomery street,
San Francisco, California. jy7 td
POSTPONEMENT.
The time at which the above assessment be-
comes delinquent is hereby postponed to SATUR-
DAY, AUGUST 20, and the day of sale is post-
poned to MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1876. By
order of the Board of Trustees.
0. H. BOGART, Secretary.
San Francisco, August 10, 1876. aull td
ROMAN CAPITOL GOLD AND
jt SILVER MINING COMPANY. -Location
of works, Virginia, Storey county, Nevada.-
Principal place of business, E street, Virginia,
Nevada (opposite Hale & Noreross works).-
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the
Board of Trustees of said company, held on
the 1st day of August, 1876, an assessment
(No. 4) of One Dollar and One-half (f1 50) per
share was levied upon each and every share of
the capital stock of said company, payable im-
mediately in United States gold coin to the Sec-
retary, at the office of the company, E street,
Virginia, Nevada.
Any stock upon which said assessment shall
remain unpaid on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30,
1876, shall be deemed delinquent and will be
duly advertised for sale at public auction; and
unless payment shall be made before, will be
sold on Friday, September 29th, 1876, at 12
o'clock M., in front of the office of the company,
to pay the delinquent assessment, together
with costs of advertising and expenses of sale.
By order of the Board of Trustees.
au2 td S. V. MOONEY, Secretary.


SOLE-TRADER NOTICE. -NOTICE
of intention to make application for per-
mission to transact business as sole trader To
whom it may concern: Take notice that I,
HANCHEN LAFEE, wife of Alfred Lafee, am
a married woman, and reside in the town of
Gold Hill, Storey county, State of Nevada ; that
I am desirous of availing myself of the benefits
of an Act of the Legislature of the State of
Nevada, approved February 6, 1867, entitled,
" An Act to authorize married woman to trans-
act business in their own name as sole traders,"
and for that purpose it is my intention to, and I
shad, on the 21st day of September, A. D. 1876,
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, or as
sotn thereafter as counsel can he heard, apply
to the District Court of the First Judicial Dis-
trict of the State of Nevada, in and for Storey
County, at the Court-room of said Court. in the
said city of Virginia, for an order of said Court
permitting me to carry on, in said city and
county, in my own name, and on my own ac-
count, as a sole trader, the business of keeping
a boarding and lodging-house.
HANCHEN LAFEE.
Gold Hill, Nev., August 18, 1870. au19 td
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING-NO
Slice-The annual meeting of the Stock-
holders of the SENATOR SILVER MINING
COMPANY, for the election of a Board of
Trustees for the ensuing year, and the transac-
tion of such other business as may properly
come before the meeting, will be held at the
office of the company, No. 36 Academy Build-
ing, No. 830 Pine street, San Francisco, Cali-
fornia, on WEDNESDAY, the THIRTIETH day
of AUGUST, 1876, at the hour of 2 o'clock P. M.
Transfer books will close on Thursday, the 24th
of August, instant, at 12 o'clock a.
J. H. SAYRE, Secretary,
San Francisco, August 1Sth, 1876. Ul7 td


[OFFICIAL.]
PROPOSED AMENDMENT AND
revision of the Constitution of the State of
Nevada, passed at the Seventh Session of the'
Legislature:
Resolved by the Assembly, the Senate con-
curring, That the Constitution of the State of
Nevada be amended as follows :
Amend Section One of Article IX. of the Con-
stitution of the State of Nevada so as to read as
follows: ".
Section 1. The fiscal year shall commence on
the 1st day of December in each year.
Passed Janusry 19,1875.
Resolved by the Assembly, the Senate con-
curring, That our history as a State has taught
us the necessity of revising the Constitution.
We therefore recommend the electors at the
next election for members of the Legislature to
vote for or against the calling of a Convention
for the purpose of revising the Constitution of
:h, ,, N.: ada.
Pl-..,'i .r,-.,r 18,1875.

I hereby certify the foregoing to be true copies
from the original enrolled Resolutions on file in
my office.
Witness my hand and the Great SeaLof State,
August 1, 1876. [SEAL.]
aul 1 a-w3mi J. D. MINOR, Sec'y of State.

NOTICE TO CO-OWNERS.

TO J. M. FRENCH, H. AUGUSTINE, S. L.
Jones, E. W. Jones and H, A. Jones:
Notice is hereby given to the above-named
persons and locators that the undersigned has,
during tmhe years 1872-3-4-5 and 1876, expended
in the deyelopumemt and protection of and for
labor and improvements upon the SOUTH
OVERMAN QUARTZ MINING CLAIM, lo-
cated and situate in the Gold Hill Mining Dis-
trict, Storey county, Nevada, the amount of
thirty-seven thousand six hundred and eighty-
three dollars in United States gold coin and
equivalent.
You are hereby further notified and required
to contribute your proportion of said expend-
itures, sq made as aforesaid, due from you and
each of you, as follows, to-wit:
From you, J. M. French.............. $2,512 20
From you, H. Augustine.............. 2,512 20
From you, S. L. Jones. ............. 2,512 20
From you, E. W. Jones............... 2,512 20
From you, H. A. Jones............... 9,512 20
You and each of you are hereby further noti-
fied that in case you fail or refuse to pay the
respective amounts of money set opposite
your respective nommes above to J. C. CURRIE,
who is hereby appointed my agent to re-
ceive and receipt for the same, at his office in
Virginia, Storey county, Nevada, before the ex-
piration of ninety days after publication of this
notice, your and each of your interests in said
South Overman Quartz Mining Claim will, by
operation of law, become the property of the
undersigned, who made the above expenditures
on said mining claim. T. PHELPS,
Locator and Co-owner.
Virginia, Storey Coqilty, State of Nevada,
August 23, 1876. a2p-law3mW
CiOLE-TRADER NOTICE. -NOTICE
of intention to make application for per-
mission to transact business as sole trader: To
whom it may concern: Take notice that I,
ANNA B. STONE, wife of Thomas H. Stone,
am a married woman, and reside in the town of
Gold Hill, Storey county, State of Nevada; that
I am desirous of availing myself of the benefits
of an Act of the Legislature of the State of
Nevada, approved February 6, 1867, entitled
"An Act to authorize married women to trans-
act business in their own name as sole traders,"
and for that purpose it is my intention to and I
shall, on SATURDAY, the 23d day of SEPTEM-
BER A. D. 1876, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon
of that day, or as soon thereafter as counsel can
be heard, apply to the District Court of the
First Judicial District of the State of Nevada,
in and for Storey county, at the Court-room of
said Court, in the said city of Virginia, for an
order of said Court permitting me to carry on
i, said city and county, in my own name and
on my own account, as a sole trader, the busi
ness of keeping a boarding and lodging-house.
ANNA B, STONE.
Gold 111ill, August 25, 170., au4 14w


SUMMDIIONS.-IN THE DISTRICT COURT
of the Second Judicial District of the State
of Nevada, in and for the county of Ormsby.-
MATILDA CROWELL, plaintiff, vs. CHARLES
W. CROWELL, defendant.-Action brought in
the District Court of the Second Judicial Dis-
trict of the State of Nevada, in and for the
county of Ormsby, and the complaint filed in
said county of Ormsby, in the office of the Clerk
of said District Court.
The Stata of Nevada sends greeting to
Charles W. Crowcl], defendant: You are hereby
required to appear in an action brought against
you by the above-named plaintiff in the Dis-
trict Court of the Second Judicial District of the
State of Nevada, in and for the county of Ormsby,
ani to answer the complaint filed therein (a
copy of which accompanies this Summons),
within ten days (exclusive of the day of ser-
vice), after the service on you of this sum-
mons if served within this county; or, if
served out of this county, but within this dis-
trict, within twenty days; otherwise forty
days-or judgment by default will be taken
against you.
The said action is brought to dissolve the
bonds of matrimony existing between yourself
and plaintiff, upon the ground, as alleged in
said complaint, of willful desertion and ailiI g
to provide the common necessaries of life for
plaintiff-all of which more fully appears by
said complaint, and to which reference is hereby
made. And you are hereby notified that if you
fail to appear and answer the said complaint, as
above required, the said plaintiff will apply to
the Court for the relief therein prayed.
Given under my hand and -the seal of the
District Court of the Second Judicial District of
the State of Nevada, in and for the county of
Ormsby, this 20th day of June, in the
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and seventy-six.
[SEAL] T. J. EDWARDS, Clerk.
je22 w3m-Th*
SHERIFF'S SALE. -WHEREAS AN
order of sale was issued t of the District
Court of the First Judicial District, in and for
the county of Storey, State of Nevada, on the
29th day of July, A. D. 1876, and to me
directed and delivered on a judgment and
decree rendered in said Court on the 13th day of
July, A. D. 1876, in favor of JOHN SULLIVAN,
Plaintiff, and against 6. E. HOLCOMBE, De-
fendant, for the sum of $1,045, with interest on
the sum of $1,000 thereof from the date of said
judgment until paid, at the rate of ten per
cent. per annum, and the costs of said action
taxed at 087 90, and the accruing costs, now
amounting to thesum of $2 00, all in U. S. gold
coin; which said order of sale directs the sale
of the mortgaged premises hereinafter described,
Namely: The north thirteen hundred feet,
linear measurement, of that certain mining
claim and quartz lode, bearing gold and silver,
situated in the Gold Hill Mining District, county
of Storey, State of Nevada, described as follows:
Beginning at the north center post situated on
northwesterly slope, about two hundred (200)
feet southerly from Ravine, and whence bears
the Overman new hoisting works south 871 deg.
west, the Knickerbocker hosting works south
721 deg. west, the New York hoisting works
south 461 deg. west, Mount Davidson flag-staff
north 27& deg west, and the southwest corner
post of the Europa Company's U. S. survey No.
102 bears north 2 deg. 50 min. west 2,6365 feet,
alto the south monument of rocks on the divid-
ing line betweenthe East Belcher and the Monu-
mental mining Companies (beintr the southwest
comer of East Belcher) bears north 615 feet and
running from said north center post first course
east 300 feet, second course south 1,500 feet,
third course west 600 feet, fourth course north
1,500 feet, fifth course east 300 feet back to
point of beginning, containing 20 66-100 acres,
course of bearings expressed from the true
meridian magnetic variation 16. deg. east,
known as the Sullivan ledge, located July 17th,
1873, together with all and singular the tene-
ments, hereditaments and appurtenances there-
unto belonging. Notice is hereby given that on
Sa4tirdaiy, the Second day of September"
A. D. 1876, between the hours of 9 o'clock A. m
and 5 o'clock p. M., viz., at 12 o'clock noon, I
will sell all the right, title, claim and interest
of the said defendant, S. E. Holcombe, of,
in and to the above-described prop-
erty, in front of Miners' Union Hall (where
the Court-room of said Court will at said time
be), on North B street, in the city of Virginia,
Storey county, Nevada, at public auction, for
cash in hand, to the highest and best bidder, to
satisfy said order and decree and all costs, in
United States gold coin. T. E. KELLY,
Sheriff of Storey county, Nevada.
By T. A. ATKINSON, Deputy Sheriff.
Virginia, Nevada, August 11, 1876.
s aull law4w-Fr


OFFICE OF TRB CALIFORNIA
MINING COMPANY, San Francisco,August
8,1876.-At a meeting of the Board of Direct-
ors of the above named company, held this day,
a dividend (No. 4) of $2 p r share was declared,
payable on Tuesday, August 15th. Transfer
books closed until the 16th Instant.
aul0lm- C. P. GORDON, Secretary.
O PICE CONSOLIDATKWD W J.-
gilda liming Comrany, San Francisco
Aum,m-s41h, I;id.-ALa metrin, of the Board of
TrustEes of the above named company held
this day, a dividend (No. 28) of Two (2) Dol-
lars per share was declared, payable on FRI-
DAY, August 11th. Transfer books closed until
August 12th.
au7 Ira A. W. HAVENS, Secretary.

-SHERIFF'S SLEB.-BY VIRTUE 'OF
an Execution issued out of the District
Court of the Second Judicial District, in and for
the county of Washoe, State of bevada, on the-
19th day of March, A. D. 1870, and to me directed
and delivered for a judgment rendered in said.
Court on the 1st day of March, A. D. 1876, In
favor of JOHN KELLY, Plaintiff, and against
ALLEY BOW ERS, Defendant, for the sum of
$5,902 28, with interest on said sum at the rate
of ten per cent. per annum until paid, together
with costs and disbursements amounting to the
sum of $31 55, all in .cold coin of the United
States, I have on this, the 22d day of August-,
A. D 1876, levied on the following property, .
to wit: All the right, title and interest of Alley
Bowers, the defendant above-named, of, in an.
to that certain mining claim and premises-
situate, lying and being in the Virginia 'Minibg
District, Storey county, State of Nevada, known
as the Atehison Company's ground and cl*t;
which said claim is situated on the Comask
lode and bounded on the south by. the clai on '
the Ophir Silver Mining Company4 nd on
north by the claim known as th ItUnion
pany's claim, the sai4 interest hereby conveyed.
being an undivided interest or twenty feet and
ten inches.. Ten feet and five inches of the ,
above-described mining ground and premises is
represented by stock in. the Atchison Silver
Mining Company, an incorporation in law, iE.
corpora'ed under the laws of Novaas, said stock
formerly standing in the name of F. A. Tritle
as Trustees, on the books of the said Atchison
Company. Also, one undivided sixteen feet and
six inches in and to that certain mining claim
and premises situate, lying and being in the
said Virginia Mining District, Storey county
and State aforesaid, known as the Kenny, which
said claim is situate on the Comstock lode and
within the premises now claimed by the Con-
solidated Virginia Mining Company's claim, or
the California Minillg Companys claim, or
both of said claims, the said abovedescribed
property standing on the records of the Re-
corder's office of Storey county in the name of
C. H. Belknap, as appears by deed from A.
Bowers to said Belknap, recorded in Book 88,
page 191 of said Records. Also, all that un-
divided sixteen and one-half-feet in that certain
mining claim situate in the Virginiar Mining
District, in Storey county, State of Nevada,
known as the California mine, heretofore
known sometimes as Central No 2, and some.
times as the Kinney ground, and sometimes as
the Bishop and Camp's ground. The said prop-
erty is described in deed from Geo. W. Stone to
Charles E. De Long, which deed is recorded in
Deed Book No 38, page 371, of the Ree6sids.,of
the said Storey county, which props r5 .w
stands of record in the name of tho-sal'
E. De Long. Notice is hereby givei-t
Saturday, the 161h (Jay or S
A. D. 1876, between the hours of l'
and 5 o'clock P. M., viz., at 12o'lock.
sell all the right, title, claim and int S
said defendant, ALLEY BOWERS,'of i
the above-described property, in front -
Union Hall (where the Court-room of C"i dC rt
will at said time be), on North B street, in the
city of Virginia, county of Storey, State of Ne-
vada, at public auction, for cash in hand, to the
highest and best bidder, to satisfy said execu-
tion and all costs, in United States gold coin,
T. IU KELLY,
Sheriff of Storey County, Nevada.
By T. A. AKIISSON, Deputy Sheriff.
Virginia, Nevada, August 22, 1876.
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TO THE LADIES.

MRS. CODY WISHES TO ANNOUNCE
to the public that she will
Sell for Less than Cost,
For the next fifteen days, the entire stock, con-
sisting of Ladies and Children's White and
Linen Suits, Underclothing, Silks, Poplins,
Lawns, Cambries, Calicoes and Domestics, Mil-
linery, Laces, Gloves and Hosiery; also, a large
stock of Gold and Silver Trimmings. The entire
stock will be sold at wholesale. ty29 tf
MOURNING NOTE PAPER, WITiH
Envelopes to match-very neat and
appropriate-at the CHRONioz0 printing offlet
Taylor street, seoond door bcw V.


MINING LUMBER AND TIMBER.
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TTTAH SILVER MINING COn-
_ PA5Y.-Location of principal place of
business, San Francisco, Californa.- Location
of works, Virginia Mining District, Storey
county, Nevada. Notice -There are deli-u
qttent upon the following-described stock, on
account of assessment (No. 13) levied on the
llth day of July, 1876, the several amounts
set opposite the names of the respective share-
holders, as follows:
No. No.
Names. Cert. Shrs. Amt.
Eoyd & Davis, Trustees.... 2700 100 $200 00
Boyd & Davis, Trustees.... 616 50 100 00
Beals J T, Trustee.......... 2763 10 20 00
Berry, Wolfakill &n o, Trus-
tees................3626 50 100 00
Cope, Uhlcr & Co, Trustees. 2430 60 100 00
Cope, Uhler & Co, Trustees. 2015 25 50 00
Cope, Uhler & Co, Trustees.2530 25 50 00
Coffin James, Trustee.... 24.31 1 200 CO
Coffin James, Trustee...... 2005 10 20 00
Coffin James, Trustee...... 2561 20 40 00
Dean W E, Trustee........ 612 50 100 00
Dean W E, Trustee........ 775 100 200 00
Dean W E, Trustee ....... 804 100 200 00
Dean W E, Trustee ...... 805 100 -00 00
Edwards W, Trustee.......3643 20 4000
Edwards W, Trustee......83644 10 20 00
Edwards W. Trustee....... 3645 10 20 00
Edwards W, Trustee.......73646 10 20 00
Edwards W, Trustee.......8047 10 20 00
Fisher E, Trustee.......... 497 50 10000
Fisher E, Trustee ........ 27 650 10000
Fisher E. Tru-tes.......... 678 200 40000
Glazier I& Co, Trustees.....2782 10 20 00
Greenebaum, Helbing & Co,
Trustees..................2090 20 40 00
Herr J J, Trustee.......... 2888 20 4000
Hart Thes R, Trustee...... 1938 6 1000
Hobart W S..............1587 1 2 0
Hall & Charles, Trustees...3621 5 10 00
Havens C D, Trus ee .......088 50 100 00
Hooker R C Trustee....... 2883 5 10 00
Latham J H & Co, Trustees. 637 100 200 00
Latham J H & Co, Trustees.2283 5 10 00
Latham J H & Co, Trustees.86-28 50 100 00
Latham J H f Co, Trustees. 3708 60 106 00
Latham JH & Co, Trusteeos.8704 50 10000
Lyons W L, Trusteeu....... 2622 10 20 00
Marye G T & Son, Trustee-.3519 10 20 00
Noble HH& Co, Trustees..1881 21 5560
Noble H H & Co, Trustees. .2701 50 100 00
Noble H H & Co, Trustees. .2704 10 2000
Parker & Barrett, Trustees.2988 20 40 00
Richardson E A, Trustee... 83 100--20 16-
Richardson E A, Trustee... 342 100 200 00
Richardson E A, Trustee... 56 50 100 00
Richardson E A, Trustee... 595 50 100 00
Richardson E A, Trustee.. 1968 5 10 00
Richardson A, Trustee. ..3242 60 100 00
SkaeJno.................11586 5 1000
Schmiedell, Hochstadter &
Co, Trustees...........1061 50 10 00
Schmiedell, Hochstadter &
Co, Trustees.............102 50 10000
Schmiedell, Hobchstadter &
Co, Trustees, balt.........2473 5 10 00
Schmiedell, Hochstadter &
Co, Trustees...........596I1 10 2000
Schmiedell, Hochstadter &
Co, Trustees.............13607 10 20 00
Todd J M31, Trustee......... 2137 10 20 00
Taylor W S, Trustee.......2570 20 10 00
Woods & Freeborn, Trust's.3327 20 40 00
Woods & Freeborn, Trust's.3406 20 40 00
Welch Martin, Trustee..... 2251 50 10000
Walker J M & Co, Trustees.246 20 400
Walker J M & Co, Trusteee.3064 10 20 00
Walker J M & Co, Trustees.3367 50 100 00
Walker J M & Co, Trustees.3368 20 40 00
Whitfield C H, Trustee.... 3033 20 40 00
And in accordance with law and an order of
the Board of Directors made on the llth
day of July, 1876, so many shares of each
parcel of such stock as may be necessary
will be sold at public auction at the office of the
Company, Room 25 Nevada Block, No 309
Montgomery street, San Francisco, California,
on MONDAY, the FOURTH day of SEP-
TEMBER, 1876, at the hour of 1 o'clock r. M.
of said day, to pay said delinquent assessment
thereon, together with costs of advertising and
expenses of the sale.
G. 0. PRATT, Secretary.
Office-Room 25 Nevada Block, 509 Mont-
gomery street, San Francisco, California.
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PEYTONA GOLD AND SILVER
MINING COMPANY.-Location of princi-
pal place of business, San Francisco, California.
Location of works, Virginia Mining District,
Storey county, Nevada. Notice-There are de-
linquent upon the following-described stock on
account of assessment (No. 14) levied on the
21st day of July, 1876, the several amounts set
opposite the names of the respective share-
holders, as follows:
No. No.
Names. Cert. Shrs. Amt.
W. W. Stetson, Trustee.. 4 11000 $8800 00
T. J. Owens, Trustee..... 11 0680 6186 00
And in accordance with law and an order of
the Board of Directors, made on the 21st day of
July. 1876, so many shares of each parcel of
such stock as may be necessary will be sid at
public auction at the office of the Company,
Room No. 5, 215 Sansome street, San Francisco,
California, on DAY, TUSDAY, the FIFTH day of
SEPTEMBER, 1876, at the hour of 12 o'clo m.
of Eaid day, to pay said delinquent assessment
thereon, together with costs of advertising and
expenses of sale.
THOS. J. OWENS, Secretary.
Office-Room 5, No. 215 Sansome street, San
Francisco, California. au21 td


- WOULD &d CURRY SILVER MIN-
ING COMPANY -Location of principal
place of business, San Francisco, California.-
Location of works, Virginia, Storey county,
Nevada. Notice is hereby given that at a
meeting of the Board of Directors, held on
the Eleventh day of August, 1876, an assess-
ment (No. 27) of One Doqlar (81 00)
per share was levied upon the capital stock of
the corporation, payable immediately in United
States gold coin to the Secretary, at the office
of the company, Boom No. 69 Nevada Block,
No. 309 Montgomery street, San Francisco,
Lalifornia.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the FIFTEENTH day of
SEPTEMBER, 18768 will be delinquent, and
advertised for sale at public auction, and unless
payment is made before, will be sold on Thurs-
day, the Filth day of October, 1876, to pay
the delinquent assessment, together with costs
of advertising and expenses of sale. By order
of the Board of Directors.
ALFRED K. DURBROW, Secretary.
Office-Room No. 69 Nevada Block, No. 309
Montgomery street, San Francisco, California
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DISSATISFIED STOCKHOLDERS.

Knickerbocker Mining Company.

YOUR COMMUNICATION IN THE
Call of date August 21st, 1876, stating
that the DIRECTORS of the KNICKERBOCKER
MINING COMPANY had borrowed $5,000 on the
notes of the Company, is erroneous. THE COMt
PANY OWE NO BORROWED MONEY.
I, as PRESIDENT, REQUEST ALL PERSONS IN-
TERESTED BY OWNERSHIP OF STOCK ill this
COMPANY, and "DESIROUS OF SECURING AN
ECONOMICAL AND JUST ADMINISTRATION OF ITS
AFFAIRS," to apply to we, and I sl il endeavor
to give thesi RELtmB aas uinTlion ciuml-erning
ti.s pres sit siLuat on of this Companjily.
The portion if your communication, "DO NOT
GIVE ANY PROXY FOR YOUR STOCK," I earnestly
agree to, and beg of you to represent the ame
PERSONALLY, so that you may not be MISOUIDED
by statements untrue and calculated to injure
the PRESENT and FUTURE prospects of 'the
KNICKERBOCKER COMPANY by persons no doubt
desirous of acquiring UNDUE CONFROL of TUBI
COMPANY.
FURTnER, no lawyers have been retained at
the expense of the KNICKERBOCKER COMPANY to
protect the late President or present Secretary
from any penalties connected with their duties,
BUT LAWYERS HAVE BEEN EMPLOYED TO COERCE
TUHE PAYMENT OF $1,800 due for assessment on
stock held by Messrs. E. Cahill & Co., who de-
clined and refused to pay the .ame, they having
obtained a temporary injunction, until the re-
moval of which the Company is necessarily at a
standstill. II. A. COBB,
au22 lw President Knickerbocker Mining Co.


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