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VOL. XI.-No. 110. VIRGINIA, NEVADA: WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 15. 1877. 25 CTS. PER WEEK


PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON,
(Sundays excepted.)
OVViCJE-Black's Bulling, Taylor
street, Second Door below O.

Pe'eek by carriers) ....... Twent- ve Cents
"0e Year postage paid)........Eight Dollars
Six Months ........... ,e Dollars
Three Months .......... Throe Dollars
D. E. MCCARTHY. Pubusher.
Agents for the Evening Chronicle :
Oraoh....................... a. Fred. Brooks
Oarm r ............................. John G. Fox
EFmpire.........................James Morris
Re o.......................... S. M. Jamison
TrUe&t......................H. F. Greeler
Austin ........................... A. M. Hone
Eureka ................. ..Lowenthal & Calisher
Belmont ........................H. P. Stimler
Elkto.. ........................... T. N. N Stone
Tuscarora........................... M. Smith
Winnianuco .................... C. Chenoweth
Candelara.. ................ McClane & Johns
Cherry Creek.................... W. S. Clayton
Washoe City ......................... R. Power
Aurora ........................... S. B. Smith
Deadwood City, D. T ............... E. Ferris

GENERAL NOTES.

Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stow's dwel.
ling at Mandarian, Fla., has been struck
by lightning.
Thomas Jefferson's birthplace, Shad-
v.ell, in Albemarle county, Va., is ad-
vertised for sale.
In British India, statistics recently
collected go to show that the number of
suicides in the hot season is immensely
more than at any other time.
The census gave Paris, in 1876,
1,988,806 inhabitants. The number by
December, 1877, will reach two mil-
lions. The next census will be in 1880.
Owing to the depredations by sharks
of Melbourne, Australia, the Govern-
ment offered a reward for their capture.
and 3,000 were captured the first week,
The Rev. James Murray, a Catholic
priest, was buried in Bangor. Three of
his brothers, who are priests, performed
mass, and the occasion also called into
the sanctuary three cousins, all priests.
An English paper says that while at
tihG-reat seminaries of English learning
there are professors of Arabic, Sanscrit,
Chinese, oTegu, Tamil, Hindustandi,
and Bengali, "`here are none of Turkish.
The turquoise has long been consid-
ered by the Hindoos as a preserver
against violent death, and it is notable
that nearly every Russian'officer wears
a ring in which a turquoise is set by
way of talisman.
A party of painters have started
westward across the continent, under
contracts with patent medicine manu-
facturers and other advertisers, to
cover all the picturesque rocks and big
trees with inscriptions.
A carrier pigeon, carrying a massage
to the French Ambassador in London,
won a race against a train going sixty
miles an hour. The bird was liberated
as soon as the steamer reached Dover,
whence it flew to its dovecote in Lon-
don, seventy miles, in sixty minutes.
The site of the ancient city of
Sybaris, in Catania, Southern Italy, i
famous for its habits of luxury, is to be
explored by the Italian government. I
Excavations will begin during the I
coming Autumn. Sybaris was des-
troyed by the Cretans about 510 B. C.
On opening the will of the late TM t
J. Dunbar, of Boston, a few days ago,
it was found that he had remembered n
all who were in his employ at the time a
of his death. To those who had been I
with him seven years he bequeathed f
$2,000 each, three years $1,000, and one
year $500. o
The Rev. Oliver L. Ashedfelter, pas- i
tor of the Reformed Church at Carlisle,
Pa., has been severely criticized for t
what have been called heretical sayings. a
He is now formally charged with
"preaching sermons, and giving publi- s
city to them, which contain doctrines
incontistmt with tne standards of the
Reformed Church of the United States, i
and other teachings prejudicial to v
Christian morals," and is to be tried.
The Supreme Court recently rendered r
a decision in the case of the State vs.
Robert LH Crozier. The judgment and f
order overruling the defendant's motion
for a new trial is affirmed, and the Dis-
trict Court is directed to fix a day for b
carrying its sentence into execution, c
Crozier was convicted in the District d
Court of Humboldt county of murder r
in the first degree for killing Charles
Silverstein in elio county on the 16th e
of last January. The case was trans. s
ferred to the Humboldt County Court
on a change of venue, and he was sen-
tenced to be executed on the 29th of r
of June. His counsel, A. W. Fisk, ap-
pealed from the rulings of the Court 1
and a stay of goceedings was issued by s
the Supreme Court until the case was
heard and decided. This seals the fate I
of Crozier. a
The Silver State of the 13th instant r
has the following: Saiturday evening t
two young Indians went to the resi- a
dence of Pt O'Donnel on his ranch on h
Humboldt river, some five or six miles b
below town, and informed Mrs. O'Don.
nel that some bad Indians were coming
to kill her that night. They asked for
milk, which she gave them, then for
bread, and finally became so impudent o
that she took a shotgun o rd told them t
to e or she would shoot them. After t
J S, fearing that the Indians might i
mne in murder herself
and her children, she took two of her
three children to her arms,and, with
the third clinging to her clothes, walked
to Chenoweth a ranch, a mile or more
from her residence; in the night, and
stayed there till yesterday, when word
was sent to her husband, who was off
hunting cattle, to return home. Doby
John says he will deliver the two young
bucks who visited the ranch to the au- 1
thorities for trial.
Carson Appeal, 14th: Messrs. Wm.
M. Lent and John F. Boyd, San Fran-
cisco capitalists and mining experts,
arrived from Bodie district last even-
ing, and their reports of that district
are the most enthusiastic -and encour.
aging of any we have heard yet. The
mines are good, and that whole section
of the country is a yast gold mine.
While there, Messrs. Lent and Boyd
purchased the South Bullion mine,
situated next to the Standard, the
*haft of which is down only 60 feet,
for 650,000 cash. These gentlemen


proceed to Virginia last evening to
purchase machinery for their new mine.
They cannot express themselves in
terms too flattering of all the mines
that have up to this time been located,
The Bechtl mine is down 120 feet, and
the prospects are perfectly miraculous,
The Bulwer mine is down 130 feet, and
the ore, of which it has great quanti-
ties, assays $355 per ton. It has as
fine rock as any mine in the camp.
The Red Cloud mine is taking out ore,
which is worked in Aurora, and nets
40 per ton, The Standard mine will
ship $130,000 during the current
mouth, The real wealth of the camp
is incalculable-immense, Mr. Lent
ay that no one who has not been to
Bodie can form the remotest conception
of wht a future itt has before it. The
-mines rival thing that has yet been
4seovorl on thi coir.


TWO REGIMENTS SLIGHTED,

What New York's German and
Irish Soldiers Keenly Feel.

The Fifth and the Sixty-.inln Not Eveni
Mentioned In the Pollice Conlsslion.
ers' Recent Resoulntl-an o'f ThaInls
to the 'Citizen soldiery.

[From the N. Y. Sunday Democrat.]
When the order for the release of the
city regiments from their really severe
duties of the past memorable week was
promulgated it was not unnatural that
the men should look for some word of
commendation for their services. Taken
at short notice from their homes and oc-
cupations, they were cramped, in many
cases, in close uncomfortable armories in
the sweltering heat of July days and
nights, with the momentary expectation
of being called to face as great danger as
the trained regular soldier ever meets on
the battlefield, and such a compliment
might indeed be conferred upon all the
men with reason. However, only a por-
tion of the force of citizen soldiery
who formed the only bulwark against
anarchy and a reign of terror, in a peril-
ous hour in the history of the American
metropolis, has received this deserved
recognition. This acknowledgement of
the service rendered is -contained in a
resolution b ythe Board of Police, further
than which nothing has yet been pro-
mulgated. The following is the Police
Board's resolution:
.Resolved, That his Honor the Mayor be
respectfully informed that, in the opinion
of the board, it is not necessary to con-
tinue on duty the Seventh, Twelfth,
twenty-second and Seventy-first Regi-
ments, N. G., at their respective armories,
subject to the orders of the Police De-
partment. The board takes this oppor-
tunity to express to his Honor its appre-
ciation of the desire of the several regi-
ments to co-operate cordially with the
Police Department while under its con-
trol.
It will be seen, however, that the reso-
lution recognizes only four regiments.
Four others, who responded with equal
alacrity, namely, the Fifth, Eighth, and
Sixty-ninth, are not mentioned at all in
this, the only official acknowledgement
of the signal service rendered by our citi-
zen soldiery. Of those neglected the
Eighth and Ninth were sent out of the
city, and their services therefore merit
acknowledgement from the State rather
than from the city authorities. Two
other regiments, however, were on duty
in the city, equally sacrificing personal
considerations and equally ready to en-
counter danger in defense of the common
weal. These were the Fifth and the
Sixty-ninth, generally recognized as the
'"Dutch" and the "Irish" regiments, as
being composed respectively of the Ger-
man and Irish classes of our foreign born
ciz0en
By LLe Sixty-ninth was the slight
keenly felt. Whether so meant or not by
the police, many members of the regiment
regard the omission as a cut direct upon
them, and an outcropping of the Know-
Nothingism of a most inopportune char-
acter. Where did they get their fight-
ing men in time of need ?" said a stal
wart fellow, "one of Corcoran's vets."
"Was it these purty boys they are hug-
ging now? No, sir. It was the Sixty-
ninth all the time. Wherever there was
hard knocks going at the front there is
where they sent the Sixty-ninth, while
them fellows were having soft things in
the rear." Such is the tenor of the senti-
ment among the rank and file, and
the matter was universally denounced
is an insult, not only to the regiment, but
to the Irish-American citizens generally,
which could not be allowed to pass un-
noticed, and which, if not explained or
atoned for, would have a disastrous effect
ipon the morale of the citizen soldiery of
foreignn birth.
Colonel Cavanagh, commanding the
Sixty-ninth, is really hurt by the singiar
omission to allow the command to share
n the honors, as they had always been
prompt to do in the dangers, whatever
they might be, of the service of the State
and nation.
At the same time he exhibited a con-
servative sentiment in declining to ex-
press a positive opinion as to the action of
the Police Board until the animus of the
order was fully understood. He thought
t possible that as had been stated indi-
vidually by the board, they considered it
within their province to notice only such
regiments as were especially named to co
operate with them in the immediate emer-
gency. He was sure the Sixty-ninth
needed no vindication before the country
or loyalty to the State, the nation, and
the flag; never had such alacrity as had
been exhibited by it on the present
occasion in responding to the call of
duty been surpassed by any regiment on
record.
Captain Coleman of Company E bore
enthusiastic testimony to this, and gave
some interesting facts in an animated
strain bearing upon it. He took his com-
pany, as an instance only, and not a
special case, to illustrate the spirit of the
regiment. He received his orders at 101
o'clock on Monday night, and at once
hastened to assemble his men. Out of
sixty members of the company, such as
ire termed "good men," forty-six re-
ported before 4 o'clock the next morning,
and by sunrise the number swelled to
ifty. Early that day fifty-three in all
reported for duty. In fact, there came on
the "double quick" one man living as far
away as Hunter's point. Captain Duffy
iad between fifty and sixty men on
sand early in the morning, and Cap-
tain McDonald had even a larger pro-
portion.
They came on without hesitation and
stayed without growl or grumble in the
meanest quarters until the danger was
over and the city was safe frco anarchy
through their presence as well as that of
heirbrotherregiments. Lieutenant Gould-
ng, of the Sixty-ninth staff, thought there
must be some mistake. He could not
think the board meant to offer whas had
certainly been taken by the majority of
he officers and men of the Sixty ninth as
a direct insult. He could not think that
an old soldier like General Smith, under
whose eye the Sixty-ninth were reared,
would deliberately offer such.an insult.
He thought the order must have been
worded because the four regiments so
ordered were in co-operation with the
board-a matter of omission instead of
commission, infact. Mr. Breen, brother
of surgeon Breen, of the regiment, was
present when Colonel Ceavanagh delivered
is stirring speech to the members, telling
them that wherever that regimental flag
waved victory must perch or every man
must perish ; that, no matter how their
sympathies as individuals with labor
against the aggressions of capital, only
one course was open to them as soldiers,
and that was to die to the last man
n defense of law and order. And never
had a heartier response been made by
soldiers to the words of a commander.

Queen Victoria and the Marriage Tie.
[From the London Court Circular ]


A certain American lady, gifted with
beauty and wealth, married to ail Amer-
ican of standing, recently managed to
obtain a presentation to the Queen, not
through the Minister, but through an
English lady of rank. A few days after-
ward the lady of rank told an intimate
friend that the Queen, having discovered
that the Ameaican lady was divorced
and her first husband was still living
had rebuked her severely for making the
presentation.
The Marquis of Lorne is completely
identified with the party to which his
father has been opposed all his life, and
with which the electors of Argyleshire
have no sympathy. He has decided not
to offer himself again as a candidate for
parliamentary honors, but to permit a
younger brother, who still adheres to
the political creed of the family, to take
the place.


A During Feant Above Niagara FAHs.
[From the Welland Tribune.J
On Thursday of last week the tug
I Minerva, which is engaged in towing
mud scows from the Welland canal to
the Niagara river, had proceeded well
out into the river just above the falls,
with her usual tow of three loaded
i scows, when the lines holding the last
of the three parted, and the scow reeled
around and made for the rapids. Jim
Bampton was at the wheel, and with
great presence of mind he headed his
tug for the rapids and made a circuit
around the scow, which was now dan-
gerously near the rocks. In the mean-
time the men boarded the two remain-
ing scows and dumped them, rendering
them easier to handle. When they ap-
proached near enough the runaway, a
man jumped aboard of her, fastened a
line, and dumped her, And now came
the tug of war- They lay on the very
edge of the rapids, when the throttle
was thrown wide open, and the tug
headed up stream from the cataract. It
was nip and tuck, and they were about
to cut away part of the tow, when the
tug seemed to gain a little over the cur-
rent, and gradually emerged into safety
with her full tow.
Account or a Mountain 23,11i Feet
iUgh,.
Mr. Charles Wiener, who for the past
two years has been conducting a scien
tific expedition in South America, under
directions from the French government,
claims to have succeeded in making the
first ascension of Mt. Illimani, in Bolivia,
one of the few known lofty peaks on the
surface of the earth left virgin of the foot
of man. On the 9th of May, with two
companions, he reached, as he believes,
the top of the mountain, and ascertained
the eighth of the south-eastern peak to
be 20,112 feet. He gave this peak the
name of the Peak of Paris, which name
has been recognized officially" (by the
French society probably, and deposited
on the summit, in a hermetically sealed
tube, a document recording his ascent
and claim. Lieutenant Gibbon, of the
United States Navy, many years ago,
in the course of his very interesting iour-
ney, attempted to climb Illiniani from
the side of La Pas, but retired after at-
taining a highth of 13,000 feet. The
highest peak of the South American
Andes ever ascended by men of European
race before this feat of Mr. Wiener is
that of Chimborazo the summit of which
was reached by Boussingault in 1831,
when a hight 19,695 feet was ascertained
by him.
UMOiRS OF THE DAY.
A friend asks us if the employes of the
1Departnvent of the interior could not ap-
propriately called under Schurz.
Nature seldom makes a phool; she
simply furnishes the raw material. and lets
the fellow finish the job to suit himself.-
Josh Billings.
',Papa," asked a boy, "what is meant by
Paradise ?" Paradise, my son," replied
the father, "is the latter part of Summer,
ween your mother goes on a visit to your
grandfather."
"Madam," said a certain nameless one
to Mlrs. Brown, the other day, "you are
talking simple rubbish." "Yes, sir," re-
plied the ever-crushing lady, "because
I wish you to comprehend me."
Janet-"Hechl, Betty, an'here comes
your granny, jest cannily fou !" Betty
-"Oo, ay, she always takes a muckle on
Saturday, nichtl just to last her over the
Sawbaath, for she's far too releegious
a body to drink sperrit o' the Laird's&
Daay."
Mrs. Juggins lost one of her boarders
lately. He went of suddenly on urgent
private affairs, and forgot to settle his lit-
tle account. "Ah," said the old lady,
"when 'e comes 'ere 'e called 'isself a cap-
ting; but I've discovered to my cost 'e's
only a left tenant."
"If you are-stung by a wasp while pic-
nicking," says a floating paragraph, "ap-
ply the end of a cigar that has been chewed
a few moments to the wound." Young
'ladies should remember this, and always
chew the end of a cigar a few moments
and place the "weed" in their pockets
before starting on a picnic, The chewing
process will make them so sick, that they
will not want to go to the picnic, and
thus they will escape being stung by
wasp.
"Boy," said a gentlemen to the hostler
of a hotel on alighting from his phaeton,
" extricate that quadruped from the vehi-
cle, stabulate him, donate him an ade-
quate supply of nutritious aliment, and
when the aurora of morning shall again
illuminate the oriental horizon, I will
award thee a pecuniary compensation
for thine amiable hospitality." The
boy ran into the house and told his
master that a Dutchman wanted to see
him.
3as 3 z a .x -AL.& r s -M

MR. L. SHAW,
OF CHICAGO, THE CHAMPION BILLIARD-
ist of the North and Snuthwestern States,
has taken charge of the Billia d Parlors, No.
54 South C Street, back of Sullivan's.
MR. SHAW will give his personal attention to
the Parlors and make them the pleasantest re-
sort of the kind in the city.
Lessons in Billiards in private or public, and
exhibition game every evening. aul4-linm

ENGINEERING AND SURVEYING.

GOTTH. HAIST,
C IVIL AND MINING ENGINEER AND
County Surveyor.
Office-In Black's new bu Iding, corner of C
and Taylor streets, \irginia. au4 tf

BARGAINS BARGAINS!


A, ti mo i

SUNDAY-SCHOOL PICNIC.

THE ANNUAL PICNIC
-OF-
ST. PAUL'S SUNDAY-SCHOOL, VA,,
-A S-
ST. JOHN'S SUNDAY-SCHOOL, COLD HILL,
Will be held at
FARUIER TREADWAY'S,CARSON,
Saturday, August 18, 1877.
Professor Cara and his splendid Band; the
" light fantastic toe," footballs, swings and a
score of other amusements will be there. No
labor or expense v ill be spared to make this, as
aWl its nred-cessors have beon, the Jolliest picnic
of the season. The most unbounded fun, for
the concentrated sum of $2 for the round
trip. au7 td

FOURTH ANNUAL



PICNIC.& EXCURSION


.... OF ThM ....





MINERS' UNIONS


....AT....


Treadway's Ranch,


Carson,


SATURDAY, SEPT. 8, 1877.



Committee of Arrangements.

VIRGINIA CIT :
John Tate, Malachi Norton,
Chas Williamson, Foster Cain,
A L Day, S J Walker,
John Cavanaugh, George Hawks,
Dennis Nevin.
OLD H ILi :


Con McLGinnis,
William White,
Wm Kingman,
Thomas Kelly,


Thomas Burke,
Joseph Marks,
Richard Peters.
George Morrison.


SILVER CITY:


Delaware Seawell,
A Dickson,
T R Farr,
Joseph Hebert,


Chas Carponter,|
Chas Hancock,
Patrick Peters,
Nelson Marcell.


Floor Director:

John Tate.



Floor Managers:

GOLD HILL :
George Morrison, MorrisIO'Connmors.
VIRGINIA CITY :
Foster Cain, S J Walker.
SILVER R CITY:
Alex. Dickson, James Peters.



A GRAND SHOOTING MATCH.

By the Military Companies of Storey County.




First Prize, Purse of $100, Gold Coin
Second Prize........... $50 Gold Note


0. LONKYT. M. R. LMITI

VIRGINIA LUMBER YARD.

LONKEY & SMITH, Proprs.

Principal Office and Yard:
CORNER C AND MiLL STREETS, VIRGINIA.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
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 Rustio, 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 Blind constantly on hand.
Our Prices as Low as the Lowest
And satisfaction guaranteed every particular.
Sash, Blind and Door Factory and Planing
Mills--Verdi, C. P. R. R, Nevada.
Mills and Flumes-Prosser Creek, 0. P. R. R.,
Nevada county, California. aul tf

CALIFORNIA COMPANY'S

LUMBER YARD
[Principal Office:
77 and 79 North C Street,
Between Sutton avenue and Mill street.
Principal Yard:
On E and F Sts., North of Ophir Mine,
No. 160 North E Street. ,.

THE ABOVE FIRM OFFER TO THE CrII-
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ani vicinity, a splendid stock of California
Sugar Pine, Redwood and Oregon Pine, one-
half inch to three inches; Sugar Pine Moldings,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Picketsetc. Also. East-
ern Oak and Sugar Maple, 2, 3 and 4 inch.
Mill Work Orders a Specialty.
All kinds of manufactured Building Material.
All kinds of Flooring, ( eiling and Ru tic We
are prepared to ship direct to all Mining Com-
panies on the Comstock, from the Molnd House
or northward, at the lowest possible prices.
SAWED & HEWN MINING TIMBERS,
Common Lumber of all dimensions, and every
variety of material in our line of trade.
aull tf SWAIN, BRADLEY & CO.



AMERICAN LAUNDRY,
NORTH A STREET,
HOLLWEGE & CO., Proprietors
LL WORK ENTRUSTED TO OUR CHARGE
done at reasonable rates and on short
notice, aull m

THE NEW WHITE SEWING MACHINE
EXAMINE THIS BEAUTIFUL PIECE OF
mechanism before purchasing any other
mucnine. The best needles for all sewing ma-
chines on hand, also the best thread and silk
for machine and hand-sewing. A fine lot of
second-hand machines for sale cheap for cash.
If you want your sewing machine to run light
and nice, use nothing but the celebrated "Para-
fine Oil," sold only at the FLORENCE SEWING
MACHINE AGENCY, No. 45. North C Street.
jyl9Im M. D. HEMENWAY.


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i. W. LEE
D,


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NP--3OT,O G-2R.A..Eu't E tEtS,
No. 82 South C Street,


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used in Assay Offices, carefully and
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Evening Chronicle Tob Office,
Corner C and Taylor streets. tf

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PIANO TUNING.

F A. HRRBING HAS RETURNED.-
. Inasmuch as every tuner who has been
here for the last four years has taken advantage
of me, because I never worked in a piano fac-
tory, to speak ill of me, and believing I would
not suffer in comparison as a tuner, or in char-
acter fr fair dealing, and there were so manyto
believe them.I thought it would be a good stroke
of policy to leave for a while, and let the lying,
swindling bilks who have lately invaded the
place have full sw ig, I have now returned, and
am ready to attend to all orders left on my
slate, at 78 SOUTH C STREET, at my *usual
liberal rates. All work guaranteed to give
entire satisfaction or no pay.
jy21 lm F. A. HERRING.

MUSIO LESSONS.

F. J. JESSUP,
IS PREPARED TO RECEIVE PUPILS IN
Piano, Organ and Vocal Music.
Residence at 158 South C street, Squier'
Building. Orders left at W. H. Ash's Pionee
Bookstore, or at St. Mary's Convent, will
promptly attended to. jylstf

90aWO a84 90etauraut0.

FITZMIER & ARMBRUST,
Bakery and Confectionery,
AND FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT.
OYSTERS, ICE CREAM, BERRIES,
And all kinds of Game in season.
WIIOLESALE DEALERS IN CANDIES,
etc. Fiesh Bread, Cakes and Pies de-
livered to all parts of this city and Gold Hill.
CITY BAKERY,
NO. 27 NOITl H C STREET.
jy23 1m

AMERICAN EXCHANGE HOTEL.

S. A. MILLER, Manager.

N.W. cor. E. & Washington sts
VIRGINIA, NEVADA.
ACCOMMODATIONS THE BEST & CHEAPEST
In Virginia City.
BOARD, per week....................$7 00
BOARD & LODGING, per month........35 00
SINGLE ROOMS (per month), from.... 7 to 10
F[THIS HOTEL IS CENTRALLY LOCATED,
1, newly furnished, and offers better accom-
modations to the public for the price than any
other house in the State of Nevada. aul0 Im

THE DELMONICO,

47 South 0 Street, Virginia.


THE BEST)
RESTAURANT


IN VIRGINIA,
Under the special management of

CHARLES YOUNGWORTH.

Fine Breakfast, with Half Bottle of Claret,
for 50 cents ; Dinners the same, with Black
Coffee and Kirsch.

Private Parties Supplied on Short
Notice.
au4 tf


THE BEST BANDS OF MUSIC Finest Swimming Baths "OUR HOUSE"


In the State have been engaged forthe occasion



Good accommodation and strict order. No
persons to compete for the prizes unless their
numes appear on the muster roll of their re-
spective companies. Twenty men from each
company to shoot for the prizes.


TICKETS "(for the round trip), $2 50
All parties not holding excursion tickets will
be charged an entrance fee of One Dollar to the
grounds.
Rain leaves Virginia at 8 o'clock A. hi. sharp.
anu3td


FOR CHEAP BARGAINS ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL


-00 TO TiHE-

BONANZA BAZAAR,

80 SOUTH C STREET.
au14tf
THOMAS H. RALSTON,
IRE INSURANCE AGENT,
ROOM 7,
ODD FELLOWS' BUILDING.
jySO3 im

SAN FRANCISCO MARKET,
No. 13 South C Street,
N. ANGIUS & CO., Proprietors.
A LL KINDS OF POULTRY
always on hand. Fresh Gro.
series (French and English) of all _
kinds. Fresh Fruit and Vegetables
received every morning by express. aul4 ilm
NEW FRUIT STORE,
Next to Boegle's Bookstore.
T HE BEST-STOCKED FRUIT STORE IN
Lthe State of Nevada. Fresh Fruits and
Candies constantly in hand. Also, the finest
brands of Cigars and Tobicco. Call and exam-
it e this store, and you will never go anywhere
else.
anul4 1m N. ANCIIUS t CO.

TEAMSTERS-
Call and examine specimens ot
Cards and Billheads, ornamented
with handsomely-engraved cuts of
wagons and horses, at the
Evening Chronicle Job Office.
Corner C and Taylor streets&

LAWYERS-
Our arrangements for printing Law
Briefs, Transcrlpts, etc., are the
most complete in the State. Cards
and Note Headings for Professional
men done in the most tasteful style
"&t the
EveningOhonicle Job Office,
Corn'r 0 and Taylor street?.


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,
yl0 lyr Or inquire ,.t St. Mary's School.

CENTRALCALIFORNIA COLONY
Fresno County, Cal.

Secure a Homestead

WITH AN INCOME.

A RICH SOIL, ABUNDANCE OF WATER,
a beautiful climate, no fever and ague;
the natural home of the fig, citron, raisin,
Frune, olive, walnut, almost d, orange and
nemon ; within 2j miles of the flouri-hing town
of Fresno. on the C. P H. R., and nine hours'
ride from San Francisco. The Colony is di-
vided into 20-acre lots,
And Sold for $1,000 Each.
Terms, $100 down, and $20 per month, with-
out interest. Two Acres of the choicest Raisin
Vines set out and attended to, for two years,
free of charge.
A number of Gold Hill and Virginia people
have already secured homes.
20 Acres of Ralsins are worth more
than $5,000 per year.
20 Acres of Prunes are worth more
than $10,000 per year.
20 Acres of Oranges, Lenmons' anud
LimeA s are worth more thand,
$15,000 per year. j,
For circulars and further partleulare inquire
of S. A. MILLER, at the American changee
Hotel, northwest corner of Washingiaan and E
t reets. ty.., 4aw tr


I IN THE STATE.
PASSENGERS CONVEYED TO AND FROM THE
TRAINS, FREE OF CHARGE.

OPEN FOR
Visitors, Picnic Parties & Picnics.
A FINE BAR, SUPPLIED WITH THE
choicest brand of Cigars and Liquors, is
connected with the house. Also, Hot, Cold,
Steam and Plunge BATHS, roith Bathing Suits.
A fine Cr. quet Ground, Swings, Foot-halls and
a large Dance Hall is connected with tie
grounds for the free use and pleasure of the
guests. Excursion train stops within a short
distance of the Mansion, and light wagons con-
vey passengers to and from the Mansion, free of
charge
Fare from Virginin City and Seane, $2
Within the reach of all. Meals at all hours of
the day. Fine shooting grounds for shooting'
clubs. Charges reasonable.
For use of grounds for picnics, inquire of T.
A Stephens, Virginia City, office at 27 C street;
or to C. H. Spr ule. Bowers' Mansion. Special
inducements offered to picnics
au9 Im 0C H. SPROITLE, Proprietor.



Gold Hill Assay Ofice

McOULLOUGH &OO,
(Late E. Ruling & Co.
OLD AND SILVER BULLION MELTED
and Assayed.
We guarantee our Assays to conform to the
Standard of the UNITED STATES MINT.
aul4 tf
C. WIECAND & CO.'S
V IRGINIA ASSAY OFFICE
AND CHEMICAL LABORATORY.

CONRAD WIEGAND,

Assayer,
Formerly Molter and Refiner, and late Supervis-
ing Assayer of United States Mint, San Fran-
cisco. au t



MADAME HOFFMAN,
A.STJROLOG-CE3Rm I
: AND FORTUNE-TELLER.
Tells by Different Cards & Planets.
89 South B Street.
jy26 tf
MADAME SMITH,
The Wonderful Gifted Astrologer
and Fortune Teller,
OAN BE CONSULTED ON ALL EVENTS.
) Coneutatlion fee, $2. Madamne S., as a
private Doctress, has been very successful in
curing unfortunate diseases, and guarantees to
give full satisfaction in all respects. No. 39
North C street and No. 42 North B street.
St I laI


RESTAURANT, Am

N -. 32 South 0 Street
1 RGINIA, NEVADA.S
au6 tf

BOARD AND LODGING.

JOHN KINSMAN
SAS REMOVED TO NO. 10 SOUTH C
street, where he is prepared to furnish
good
Board and Rooms for $35 per Month.
The rooms are all airy, clean and well-venti-
lated. jy30l1m
WHAT CHEER HOUSE
66 UNION STREET, VIRGINIA.
THIS WELL-KNOWN STAND HAS BEEN
renovrted and fitted up in neat style, with
private eating boxes and a capacious dining-
room. Meals can bh procured at all hours, at
25, 50, 75 cents and upwards. Everything served
up on the square, and meal tickets at a bargain.
This is the neatest and most economical house
to get a good square meal in town.
jyi28 tf P. ENOS.


MAESTRETTI & MONACO
BONANZA MARKET,
93 North C Street,
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
a large and complete stock of
Groceries, Provisions,
Butter, Eggs, Poultry,
Fresh Fish, Etc.
We also have a Bar stocked with choice
brands of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Cool Beer, fresh tapped, always on draught.
jy271m 93 NORTH C STREET.
INTERNATIONAL HOTEL.
THE INTERNATIONAL HOTEL IS NOW
completed and accommodates 250 guests.
Board................... $10 per Week.
Rooms from $25 per month and upwards.
Transient guests. e3 50 and 85 00 per day.
I. C. BATEMAN, Pr
jy22 I d


w P IS NOT EASILY EARNED IN
theso time', but it can be made in
three months by any one of either
75 *sex, in any part of the country,
who is wlinig to work steadily at the employ.
ment that we furnish. Sixty-six dollarsper week
in your own town. You need not be away from
home over night. Vou can give your whole
time to the work, or only your spare moment S.
We have agents who are making over 8"o0 per
day. All who engage at once can make money
fast. At the present timo money cannot be
made so easily and rapidly at any other busi-
ness. It costs nothing to try the business.
'rermTs and 5 outfit free. Apdress at once. H.
HALLETt' &CO., Portland, Maine. jyl6i3m*
W" ANTED-ALL MERCHANTS, BRO
kers, Bankers, Mining Superintendent
and Lawyers, to have their Printing done at th
'EvxxINa CaHRONICLE Job Office T'v'--'-


DR. LIVINGSTON,

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
ViOculist and Aurist, No. 143 South C street,
Virginia, Nov. aulO Im
DR. BENJ. ROBINSON,
URGEON, ETC.. OF LONDON, ENG-
Sland, has removed his office to
Over Central Market, South C street.
aul im
DR. F. W. OONN,
SITJCEON ANDI PHYSICIAN, No. 4)
South C street, over A. M. Cole's drug
store. jy21 lm
DR. A. CHAPMAN,
SURGEON-DENTIST-FROM
I Nevada City, California. Per -
manently located at Virginia City.
Office, 148 SOUTH C STREET. Satisfactito
guaranteed. jyi6 tf
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
aull tf


GEORGE T, MARYE & SON,
3 .A. IL r 3EM a 3S,

COMMISSION STOCK-BROKERS,
San Francisco, Cal.; Virginia, Nev.
Money to loan on Mining Stocks and other
sattsfa'to~ry securities, .. au tf
W. G. THOMPSON. -' L-- OOiLAs.
DOUGLASS & THOM't ONJ
Stock and Money B.okris.
OFFICE-64 South C street, Virginia, Nev.
STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COM-
mission and carried on margin.
Silver Bought and Sold. au4tf
W H. 1CLARK5. I JAMES &. SMITH. [ IHESKY EOLFE
W. H. CLARKE & CO.,

STOOK BROKERS,
51 SUouth C street. Virginia.
San Francisco correspondent, S. B. Wakefield
au21m
F. A. TRITLB. J. B. HEaSEORD.
F. A. TRITLE & CO.,
(Successors to D. Driscoll & Co.)
STOCK AND MONEY BROKERS
Office, Bank of California Building,
42 South C Street, Virginia, Nov.
3f' Stocks bought and sold and carried on
margin. Money loaned on approved securities.
Virginia, March 1. 1877. aul tf
FRANKEL & BLOCK,

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

B TY AND SELL STOCKS STRICTLY ON
Commission.
Money advanced on Stock.
Liberal Margins given to Customers. jv25 tf
SPEYrB BROTHERS,
Stock and Money Brokers,
56 South C street, Virginia,
(Opp. Odd Fellows' Building.)

STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COM-
Tmission, and carried on Margins. Silver
and Currenoy bought and sold.
Bullion Purchased at the Best Market
Rates.
Correspondents in San Francisco-Greene-
baum, Helbing & Co., Anglo-California Bank,
San Francisco. y24



THE NEVADA EXCHANGE,

BUCK PHILLIPS.
M R. PHILLIPS TAKES PLEASURE IN
S informing his friends that he has en-
tirely refitted
THE OLD KRUTTSCNITT CORNER,
Cor. Taylor and D Streets,
Which he has OPENEDas s a first-clas BAR.
The best brands of WINES, CIGARS,LIQUORS
and Cool, Fresh
Nevada and San Francisco Lager
Always on hand.
A first-class FREE LUNCHowill be spread
every afternoon. aull 1m


46 SOUTH C STREET,
-BEST-
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Ales, Etc.
IN THE CITY.
CENTENNIAL BILLIARD ROOMS
In the rear, an9 lm
0NO. DAANA. L. P. DR-iHLBR.
L. P. DREXLER&Oo.,
STOCK BROKERS,
Ofllce-ODD BELLiOWS' BUILDING.
IRGINIA, NEVADA.
STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD AND
Carried on Margins. Money Loaned or
approved security.
Correspondents in San Francisco, Messrs. J.
H. Latham & Co.
Virginia, December 9, 1875. au9 tf


A COMFORTABLE PLACE
T....To..;!

While Away an Hour In.


THE BANK EXCHANGE,
COR. C AND TAYLOR STREETS,

GUMBERT & WEBBER,
PROPEaTOES-lm.
ani ins


CAPITOL SALOON

And Billiard Parlors,
No. 9 North C Street, Virginia, Nev.
jy28 ttf RICHARD ROWN, Proprietor.

CHANGE OF PROPRIETORSHIP.

The Boca Springs Saloon,
No. 7 South C Street,
Opposite the Delta.
THE ABOVE SALOON HAS PASSED INTO
_ the hands of E. Dickman, the well,
known grocery keeper, who has refitted it in
first-class style, and will be pleased to meet his
old friends and patrons generally.
The best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars, the
celebrated Boca Beer, Milwaukee Table and
Budweiser Beer constantly on hand.
E. DICKMAN, Proprietor.
April 23, 1877. Jy23 tf.

DELTA I DELTA I

DELTA SALOON,

Step in and Take Something.
jy27 Im ORNDORP5 & MAGEE.


I


y6a South C Street,

MANUFACTURER OF JEWELRY

.... AND DEALER Is.... --

DIAMONDS, FINE WATCHES
AND CHAINS,

Jewelry, Optical Goods, Cutlery,

SHverware and Clocks.

Particular Attention Paid to the Re-
pairing of fine Watches.
All goods warranted. au7 tf
T AKE YOUR ARTICLES OF
Gold and Silver Jewelry to L. C. oB u t.
Butch to be engraved, at No. 82 Southfud
C street. Virglnia. Nov aun9 tf


D R. RECORD'S ESSENCE OF LIFE WILLIAM B. HIOKOK.
restores manhood and the vigor of youth
to the most shattered constitution in four : r-OTrA..R'2 P'TT7 .TIC,
weekB,from whatever cause arising. Failure im- ROOM 5,
possible. Beware of advertisers who offer so- ODD FELLOWS' B]UILDING.
called free prescriptions that are useless, and an5 tf
finally prove ruinously expensive. Whatever has
merit must cost a fair price. $3 per case. FVOUND-THAT THE CHEAPEST AND
Sent by express anywhere. Sole Agent, Dr. JU neatest printing is done at tho EVNING
JOS. JACQUES 7 University place, New York. CURONICILE Job Office, Taylor street, second
Druggists supplied. aullnly door below C. m2st


J W. GALIY.-A LETTER FOR TilS
gentleman has been received at this office,
and will be forwarded to him as soon as his
postoffice address can be ascertained. jy2 tf

X00t A4n toud.
T OST-THE TIME OF DAY. TAKR
your watch to L. C. BUTCH, 82 South 0
street, Virginia, and have it repaired. All work
warranted. aul tf
L OST-A GREAT DEAL OF MONEY BY
persons who were not aware that they
cou.d save from 30 to 60 per cent. by getting
their printing done at the Cnaomrc(t Job
Office, Taylor street, second door below C.
F -OUND-THE PLACE TO HAVE FINE
Swatches repareed- 82 South C street;
Virginia, [ault If L. C. UTCH.

ntoD 9!. cet.
These notices--0O ets aline for each ineerton.
F UINISIIED ROOIS -HARD-FINISHED
and newly refitted throughout, suitable
for offices or sleeping apartments. Entrance 21
North C street, and also No. 26 North B street.
au9 tt MRS. C. M BEEBEE.
ROOMS TO LET,

AT THE TAHOE HOUSE.

A FEW WELL-FURNISHED ROOMS TO
let, at reasonable rates. Apply at Schoen-
feld & Heyman's furniture Store, 29 South C
street, Virginia City. JySO Im


Advertisemnents- of ants-Thre. times fa -i
WANTED-A *WOMAN JUST ARRIVED
S in the city, who is a good eo'q, iad thor-
oughly understands the business f a working
housekeeper, wishes a situation. Good, refer-
ences furnished. Apply a'- office. auStf
WANTED A SITBt-TMVI-A RE-
V 'spectable girl wishes a situation to do
chamberwork or wait on table, in city or coun-
try. Apply at this office. auSi .f
HOUSEKEEPER. A YOUNG GIRL
wants a situation as housekeeper, or to
do general housework or wait on table, in a pri-
vate family. Apply at 53 Sutton avenue, cor-
ner of Howard. jy27 tf
DRESSMAKER. A COMPETENT
dressmaker, who can cut and fit well. de-
sires employment;-is a good hand at boys'
clothing, and can cut and make loose covers ;
would go out by the day or week. Leave
orders at Dr. Fowler's office, No. 90 Sonth C
street. jy21 im

tax '*Alt Sa4 go t.
These notices-10 ets. a line for each inertion.
OR SALE THE FURNITURE, COM-
S plete (12 rooms, all occupied, and kitchen).
of house No. 23 South B street; will be sold at
a great sacrifice. Apply on the premises, pm-
mediately, aul4 in,..
FOR SALE 23 YOUNG
Cows-calves following; 9
two-year-old and 10 yearling
heifers. This little band is now
on a range where they have been raised, and
which is unrivalled for Winter and Summer-a
day's ride from Green River City, U. P R. R.
To a party with small capital and wishing to
start in this business they will be sold cheap.
Apply to C. H. Clay, CHusoSccE office, aull tf
ODGING ROUSE FURNITURE-FOR
Sale cheap, for cash, the furniture of eight
rooms and the goodwill of the business In-
quire at 29 South A street. aul0 tf
FINE PIANO FOR SALE-
Cheap, for cash. Apply
at 33B North C street, room 13

OR SALE -- A THREE YEARS'
lease of the six-roomed house, 103 H
South F street; also, the dyeing and scouring
business of A Servanay, connected therewith ;
rent, $20 per month. The property is suitable
for laurdry purposes. Apply on the .r.m-
ises. au3 2w
OR SALE-A NICE COTTAGE OF
five rooms furnishs bhed) near the Ophir .B
mine, on lot 43 by 100 feet. Tite perfect; will
be sold for $900. Apply at office of DAN
LYONS, Wells Fargo building, aul-tf

HALL TO RENT.
l R MINERS' UNION HALL, B STREET,
_lv (the upper hall,) can be rented two nights
in each week (MONDAYS and SATURDAYS).
Apply at the store of HAYES & NEVIN, cor-
ner C and Smith streets, aunt lm

FOR RENT,
A NEW HOUSE, CONTAINING FOUR
rooms; modem improvements ; cen-
trally located. --.
ALSO,
FOUR ROOMS ON SECOND bTORYf -,
of house on B street, near Taylor. .
ALSO,
BRICK HOUSE OF EIGHT ROOMS, t
on B street; possession given August 1set.
RENTS COLLECTED end property taken
charge of for non-residents. J. G. FARRING-
TON, No. 11 North B street. jyl9 1m


J F LNWIS. W. BL F. DBA.
LEWIS & DEAL,
A ATTORNEYS AT LAW.-OFFICE,
upper floor of Hanak's Building, between
Odd Fellows' Hall & Wells. Fargo & Co.'s au2tf
J. H. GRAHAM,
A ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
at Law and Notary Public.-Office, with
Lewis & Deal, upper floor of Hanak's Build
Iag, between Odd Fellows' Hall and Wells
Fargo & Co.'s. au2 lm
S. P. SCANIKER,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
AT LAW-No. 85 South C street, Vir-
ginia City, Nevada, aul lm
FRANCIS L. AUDE,
A TTORNEY-AT-LAW, CONGER'S
Building, southwest corner of Taylor and
B streets. Virginia City. jy28 tf
0. H. BELKNAP,
ATTORNEY-AT.-AW-HAS REMOVED
to Marye's Building, Rooms 5 and 6.
Jy28 tf
R. S. & W. S. MESICK,
A ATTORNEYS AT LAW ROOMS
in Virginia Water Company's Building,
South B street, upstairs, jy27 tt
WILLIAM WOODBURN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.- OF-ht.,
Rooms 4, 5 and 6 over Mallon's store.
jyl8 im
Louis BRANaO.. M. C. TILDBN.
BRANSON &TILDEN.
ATTORNEY.AT.IAW-OFFICE NO. 81
South B street, Virginia City, Nevada.
Money to loan on aporoved security. au5 Im*


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O wning Wronile. e VIRINA-,...."tta THE TURKISH WAR. ...U.airt, EASTE- T 8. \., 2. fareux yi ....- s t r-rJ m -",.
VIRoIIA CITY, VE ,ill soao speakl- the Reno meeting met Ai s let wing. Two Girl Silled by RattleryE S NATIONAL "NUARD HALL.
tonight give an instance where a private .t False Rumor Corrected. [Grand Rapidi Esgle.1
iPERti...... cen.. h e w orState ee More Russian Reverses in the P. A t. Williams Nominated by the A gigantciudeep tCAaOlEt eight t-' CONSOLIDATED VIRCINIA
E E K . .. e l cribed to the stock of a railroad that th e M o e R u s a n R v e s s F leT R u m or correcU te 15. --T h e a i E gl .
h -i bseription did not amount to a gift at Balkan Passes. [inzry of War officially declares the Democrats of Maine, tenadf inches in rcumfrence inthe largest A I lIN -BERNARD
The Evening Chronicle has monr last?-Enterprise. reported mobilization of the whole place, was killed in the southwestern part ENGLISH
than double the circulationof We hardlythink it necessary to make eussiar army uontre,. oo th d townsc f aCnn a e ibt ien Olarges.EN ISH- AND CALIFORNIA
any other newspaper ir Vir. suggestions for the speakers at Reno to. The Russians selling Rustchuk Turkish war Note. counter with it. On going from his work SIX NIGHTS AND ONE MATINEE
ginia City. night. They are probably better in- At Batoum Monday there was an to a neighboring spring to get a drink of Commencin
A artler uel, aondhavy fiher tis ng sTe aieCnieinvhater he saw the crass wave a few feet
formed on th subject than the Enter- Troops Crossing the Danube by ep duel, and heavy fighting is The Cabinet Considering thefrom him, wen lo th dil came TUESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1877. AT WILD-CAT PRICES
WEDNESDAY.... AUGUST 15, 1877 prise. But that such a question, with the New Bridge. Mukhtar Pasha telegraphs that sev- Latest Mexican Baid, toward him with lightning velocity and IlS l, THE LARGEST ORGANIZATION
all that it implies, may not be swallow- eral hundred Russians were killed in an head uplifted about three or four feet T.raveling, being composed of twenty-two
TRUCKEE WANTS A BROAD-GAUGE ed by the thoughtless and unwary, we ---- --ambuscade south of Ani. The Russian from the ground. When within about artists, full chorus and orchestra.
OAwill state that the Baltimore and Ohio SERVIA AND ROUMANIA IN ALLIANCE. outposts near Ani have been defeated Suicide of a Bank Cashier in ten feet from the man he halted, as if to MARTHA. MARTANA NOW WE FOLLOW TO LEAD
--will state that te Baltimore and Oio look his prey over. He ventured nearer MARRIAGE OF FIGAROI
wThree prominent business men of the first railroad built in this coun ith a loss of 100 killed. The Turks Maryland, and nearer, and finally attacked the man. TRAVIATA, IL TROVATORE,
Three prominent business men of was the first railroad built in this coun withdrew on. the approach of Russian The snake twined itself several times And the BOHEMIAN GIRL
Truckee arrived in Virginia on Monday try for the transportation of passengers A General Exodus of Circassians from reinforcements, around the man'slegs, and felled himnto Will be presented in a style unequaled in this -AN COTINE OUR-
evening, for the purpose of obtaining and freight. Both the State of Mary- their Mountain Homes. The Czar's private yacht Livadia has Miscellaneous Domestic News the ground. The man took his knife out city heretofore.
some needful information in regard to nd and the city of Baltimore sub- been fitted as a corvette to cruise in of his pocket, and with a few desperate missI n................ .......... $1 00
lanhan Eeuctyofealtmoeasb.strokes completely severed the monster's eevdSe11C.......... 0
the proposed direct railroad to the scribed largely to the capital stock. Special to the Evening Chronicle. J the Eux dener, who commanded Spcial to the Evening Chronicle. head from its bdy. It had previouiy AtAsh's Pioneer Book Store and boxoffice.No
Truckee river. Their names are Fred. The State of Maryland, after being paid at Plevna, has been succeeded by Gene- been hurt, or probably would have o m ald
Burckhalter, W. H. Kruger, of the three or four times thepar value of the CIRCASSANS FLYIN FROT EIR HOMES ral Lataff. ain De ratic Con tpon ruhethe a thin e thnthem a n's o ndlyy--nP le call0%bl OLEAaoCE thsLE
Eight Turkish steamers, including PORTLAND, Me., Auut1.-pnbnhaoirasturnsidega. nete h a' five months' advertising; amount due, 822 1 tf
Truckee Lumber Company, and George stock out of the revenues of the corn- BATOUN, August 15- Dispatches m nitors, carrying troops and baggage, the reassembling of the State Demo-hair has tuborned gray. five months'Faer.] adv ertising; amount due, 822. tf
Shaeffer. Mr. Burchhalter isawealthy puny, at length sold out the stock at a from Batouam describe a great exodus appealed off some 'Roumanian villages ratio Convention yesterday afternoon, A daughter of J. G. Briery of Twin """" s.atH oegle'sn rFookstore. in 0tfF
merchant and banker of Truckee, and premium of seventy-five percent. The of Cireassiaus from the Caucasus, as a near Oltenitza to-day. After recon-te a te Ce k O
Messrs. Kruger and Shaeffer represent city of Baltimore owns to-day $3,000,- consequence of the withdrawal of the noeig half an hour they withdrew re ling thse platform and principles 3 or 1 nt roter CALEDONIA CLUB.
to Silistria. raf last Saturday morning to his claim, some
the greatlumber interests of thatplace. 000 worth of the stock of the road. For Turkish expedition. Fifty thousand ATurkish report says that by the of the St. Louis convention; charac- five miles distant, where ewas doing E ARE ORDERED BY MR. BLOK,
These gentlemen came here and trans, ten years the city has received $300,000 people and one hundred and fifty thou- last military operations south of the terizing as monstrous the political fraud seme work, and the two expected to re- 1-ISTRIBUmTION OF1 PRIZES.-THE markets o ral e t ,ork and Eastern
acted the business that brought them a year in dividends on that stock, and sand cattle are awaiting embarkation at Balkans a loss of 12,000 killed and .T turn together in the afternoon. They bedistrudeucdoc Meteobout the th e instotn, to sell our
w wounded w as inflicted on the R ussians reversing the election of Sam uel J. T i chtu n tged their pin st h oevaer ,oo n. d he isrboutFR DAtY tEVE I Gs uucc s tf 17thp at itor o
hitherso quietly that very few persons has annually taxed her citizens $150,000 Sukum Kaleh. Hobart Pasha has im- Suleiman Pasha's forward movement den as President, and asking an amend- 8 o'clock the girl set ou for home on foot Union Hall. Members f the Club and win-
knew they Were in town. Theyinform to pay the interest on the loan which promised a jetty by mooring small ves- is impeded by bad weather. ment to the constitution which will and alone, carrying a pail in which ners of prizes are requested to be present on
us that Truckee is determined to build she made to the Baltimore and Ohio sels lengthwise, and people and cattle The Greek Cabinet has decided to make a repetition of the fraud impossi- to gather some wild berries on the way. the occasion, aul4 td-2p p DRY
a broad-gauge railroad, and will under- railroad, thereby netting the snug little were walking aboard vessels. The undertake certain naval preparations, ble, and finally declaring that the res- Later in the eveninger brother returned
take to grade the road and supply all sum of $150,000 per annum on her in- frigate and transport had arrived at and will ask for special credit of 30,. toration to mm rights t Tcitizehip ho ea ilwsilabse tear dt.
Batoum with 1,900 emigrants respec- 000,000 drachmas. of the people of three Southern States, thattelginstitlabswent on with- U
the ties and other timber required, tak vestment. Numbers of the wealthiest ively None were permitted to land The German government has seri- long kept subject to military occupa- immediately s titud but t n UP TO SEPTEMBER IST da
ing payment in stock. This will leave and most influential citizens in the State at Batoum on account of the lack of ously remonstrated against Turkish tion, is a just acknowledgment of the The pail she carried was fund by thGe R EAT RAAt A
w oofDmcaiprnils; that padildsecabottr iledws frm hmd teAtAuGioEPrTes fr Cs
the rails and rolling-stock to be pro- owe their prosperity to their sagacious accommodations and provisions. All atrocities, and intimated to the Porte wisdom of Democratic principles; that roadside about two miles from home, con ces, or ash,
vided. The subscriptions of Virginia investments in Baltimore and Ohio rail- go to Trebizond. The Russians sue. the absolute necessity of stricter dis- the Democratic party acts upon prnci- partly filled. This seemed to confirm be-
ityepl l be r vedii pre sto e r are o road needed in stopping the exodus from the cipline. t ple, makes no factious opposition, and yond a doubt the great fear that some --so As To MAf BooM os-
City people will be received in prefer- road stock. There are other roads in Ichamtchua district, and drove the At Kustendji there is a panic, owing opposes only what is wrong in the ad- awful fate had delayed her return. Mr. ---OVER THE--
ence to any others, since it is desirable the same State which pay the original people back with great cruelty. It is to the bombardment of the place by the ministration in possession of the gov. Ward and another party, w ho Were en- 100,000
that this community should have a subscribers very handsome dividends, reported that all the men who partici. Turks. Kustendji was occupied by ernment. igIceedenth e dirc eVIR INIA CITY COURSEt I
ta ng bleint restin he ana emen of W er it ece sar n mero s i sta ces pa led in the insurrection are sent to only tw o regim ents and one battery of Several, candidates w ere th en placed and proceeded in the direction w hence it W R H O W G O S
tangiledine-s t i nnadg be mn of W erit nee aynumerous instances th a le i h ninationfor Governor. Th ere, sitting on thVIR INIA ITY COU SE WORTH OF NEW GOODS
Sibri ad her ome ad hidrn he usia amy Tey il eacat i nnearly denuded state, they found the
,o given to the Cossacks. the town. Meanwhile, for the protec- and final ballot resulted in Joseph H. poo, girl by a pool to which she had found
....lt eveni Virginia aid is withheld. tion of foreign subjects, an English Williamsreceiving282Tvotes her way. She was trying to extract Which he willpurchae NewYorkfor Cash
The necessity for this road is greater THE striking features of .Chief The War in Bulgaria. steamer has arrived in the port. ln 101, Talbot 87, Haes 16 and An- the poison which the fangs of a rattle- Call on u yo antHouse nesod
than was that which existed for the Joseph's rear must, by this time, be TWO BALKAN PASSES CAPTURED BY THE Bulgarian families are leaving Tirnm. person 4. Williams was declared the snake had buried in her foot, by burying such as
Virginia and Truckee in 1867, when indelibly impressed upon the memory TURKS. ova in large numbers for the Danube, nominee and the vote made unanimous, it in soft mud.
Ste y on Ted t don $ of Geneal ward. The Freeman's LONON, August 15.-The Herald's as anattack otn the place by the Turks after which the convention adjourned. All this time she hadremainedmhere FREE FOR ALL. Towels. Table Linen,
correspondenteat occurred ;1ondaypas Celebration of the Battle of Denning- a horrible death approaching, for the
000. Our population and wealth have Bureaucrat was, at last accounts, just correspondent at Kazanlik telegraphs, n engagement occurred Monday at Celebr f Bttle of Bennng ahom was working in her system. Al- Na n s Tidi
more than doubled since then, and we three days'march behind the hostile under date of yesterday, as follows: Topkeny, in which the Russians de- BENNINGTON, Vt., August 15.-At though sufficiently conscious tto 1 call for Napkins Tidies
are paying as much for Summer freights Indians. It begins to look as though Sunday night Suleiman Pasha encamped feared the Turks and captured five sunrise the booming of cannon and help when it was near, her denuded state Entrance from One to Twenty Piano Covers Etc.,
by ral as we paid the teamsters in oldhe didn't want o get any closer with a force of infantry and cavalry cannon. indicate that her sufferings had, at
by rail as we paid the teamsters in old wan o ge y Osman Pasha is within four hours' ringing of bells announced the opening times at least, driven her to frenzy. She Thousand Dollars,11wetr
times. The railroad has driven out the near the pass of Ha ren ogaz, with the march of Tirnova. of the patriotic festivities. At 9 o'clock died. OS S, As we are losin thm out at HALF PRI
times. The railroadent has undriveds out th GENERAL HOWARD, in his pursuit of intention of attacking the Russians the The German colony at Constantinople the procession formed. The militia were (Releigh News.)
teamsters-who spent hundres oif Joseph, meets with about as much suc- next day. On the following morning has, through the Prince of Ruess, the present from Vermont, New Hampshire On Monday a colored girl, about 13 3E'-.AL3.' O33E :ELEP..AL-.
thousands annually in the town-and it cess as did Potiphar's wife in ancient one brigade of infantry, two squadrons German Ambassador, asked the Porte and Connecticut. The enthusiasm was year of age, daughter of Richard Dunn, All We Ask for Our
forhas given us no adequate compensation, except that Mrs P secured f n at f l or authorization to form a municipal very great when the procession com- colored, who lives on the premises of Mr.
hasEvery business man adequate com propensarty holdn times, except that Mrs. P. secured of cavalry, one battery of artillery and guard for self-protection, a majority of menaced to march. The houses along Walter Jeffrevs, near Neuse depot, this MM R
e bnsines m an aebnefied ro ery older some of Joseph's wearing apparel, a detachment composed of Bashi-Ba- the police having been drafted into the the line were handsomely decorated county, was bitten bya rattlesnake. The F UMME GOODS,
inthe city will be benefited by the new whereas Howard, up to date, hasn't zouks and Caucassians, advanced to army. and every available place was occupied, snake was soon killed and found to have FIRST PREMIUM
road; the cost of living here will be been able to show even a scrap of the attack the village of Kalofer. The left Prince Eugene of Leuchtenburg, who foleat the Treas ur rattles, thetgirl ]ingered till yester- SUITS, PARASOLS,
very materially reduced; and real estate fleeing warrior's shirt-tail. of the attacking force marched through commanded a force of dragoons and Dmrepartment. t eLesry dy, usn she died DRESS GOOin aTo,
will be certain to increase greatly in Kalova. The brigade of infantry moved Bulgarians under General Gourko when NEWr YORK, August 15.-The Sun A Negro "Eating Match." The Leading Busi O.,
in three columns toward the Russian he was compelled to evacuate Eski- An "eating match" took place on Tues-
value..STHhrINhadAtoWcutAhs waytout wittahsaysoitpisrumoredTinsfiancial circl
As soon as certain necessary prelimi- THE NDAN WAR. position, which was protected by earth- Saghra, had to out his way out with a says it is rumored inancial circles day night last between two nigroes named
works. The Turks debouched up. loss of 800 men. Suleiman Pasha's van. that there is trouble brewing between respectively "Bill" Jackson and "Sam" FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST. FORTY GEN ON THE DOLLAR I
aries are completed, a full statement cf on the front of the village guard pressed forward as far as Nordin- Secretary of the Treasury Sherman and Post, at the residence of the latter, on tlUS.
C n i e a l A l r n o t e t e r g t a v n i g t r u h B j e i nC r o w H ill, B r o o k ly n to d e cid e th e '-
the advantages offered by the road will Considerable Alarm Among the ightad thrgh Boji skinj, on the road to Elena. It seems the four-per-cent. loan Syndicate on relative capacity of the two menfor con-
be laid before the people of Virgina,the face of a terrible artillery fire from as if the Russians wish to abandon the one side and certain National Banks training solid and liquid cargo. Jackson, FANCY GOODS we ell at price which
and we doubt not but that an energetic nhre Rusinwpllintrench. the TussTi-P1 and prominent banking houseson he a tall, lean man, andi cm noa Bring Up r re w tom" It is needle tormark
favorableresponsewillbegfantry being well intrenched, the Turks STATE NEWS. other. It is hinted that Sherman him- short, corpulent individual, sat down to a Bring Up Your Horseg, thatwe sell
heaGeneraal Howard Following Joseph at ook advantage of i every cover the elf is connect wih the Se nrdiato table loaded with provisions, and began r
aesp octful o irtoin g oRseprvh a ground afforded and advanced in skir- The Truckee Jepublican says that a is connected wit te indicate, the contest in the presence of lare Gentlemen
The Battle of Benninston. Dos n e er mishing order. They gained ground survey is being made from the Truckee and as a result of a breach of faith on number of interested spectators. An ir- SILKS
Extensive preparations are making at tion Indmans. Growing Sus- steadily to the left and center, pushing river, at Camp 20-where 50,000 inches the part of Morton, Bliss & Co. to mense quantity of food, consisting of--
Bennington, Vermont, to celebrate the plelously Restless. forward in the face of the Russian ar- of water has been located -wita intent their recent associates in the 4-per- loaves of bread, bologna sausages, boiled
tillery fire, and Suleiman himself ope- of constructing a large flume and ditch cent. loan Syndicate a suit has been potatoes, dozens of eggs, cold beef, buns At Poor Man's Rates
hundredth anniversary of the battle of Special to the Evening Chronicle.J rating on the extreme right. Suddenly, 4x8, which is proposed to irrigate hun. begun against that firm. Color is given and ham, was disposed of by each man, HARLEALMER
Bennington, which was fought on the S N GTON, t g s 1i.h at a given signal, the Turks rushed into dreds of acres of land in California and the fact that the four who ate with the voracity of ogs, each te a wih N ADA
16th of August, 1777. We learn: by WASHINGTON, August 15.-Trust- Kalofer, and after a desperate hand-to- Nevada, known as Desert and Sage- per-cent. loan is now offered in open feeling confident of coming out victorious, NEVER RD
telegraph that the President and mem- worthy Montana dispatches were re- hand fight and struggle with bayonets, brush Land." The probable length of market at a price nearly one per cent. At length Jackson began to show symp- AMES NIMBLE SIXPENCE AGAINST
be e ,ane, Gte s o Iedyesterday,e asmollos : The ceded in driving out the Russians, this flume is about 70 miles, and cost below the price at which it was sub- toms of weakening, and begged for an 1 othe field of SLOW SHILLINGS, and hopes
al o the eCabi gne t ath e rnorsdof h sived yesterday, as follows e: T he s scribed for by the Syndicate. This hour's adjournment. H is request being to carry away the prize by giving allwho call
hostilesare on he Lembireservaion, pusing the indtheeirectiotof refereeheJain the eighhorood of hlfmdenidhby therefereetJacksonwithdre[on himluch omeementsfor CAS as Wil
a the England States,sai pass. Here another stand was a million dollars. Fifteen miles of the makes it impossible for Sherman to shortly afterward. Post continued to eat make it to their interest to call often.
Illinois, Wisconsin, West Virginia and not more than 200 miles from here, made, but after a sharp fight the Rus. survey is complete, and the work still carry out at present his scheme of until he had disposed of some ten pounds are Sure You will Invest.
Floida, are to arrive to-day. It is an and marching in this direction. Howard sians were driven through the pass, progresses. Since this enterprise has funding the six-per-cents in four-per- food, when he finally stopped. A new -
eoiaaetow arrthy f to-dy .Itison, i pressing, at least three days in the which was immediately occupied by been talked of, some Reno capitalists cents. match has been arranged, Jackson having
e v e n w e l w o t h y of c m m e o r at o n .e x p re sse d h im self d issa tisfe d w ith th e re -
re t t ar. Owing to the large number of Suleiman Pasha. The engagement have located 12,000 inches of water in Collision on theTroy and Boston R.R sult.-. eY. e ssatisfed with the re- THE PRICE TELLS
A handful of Vermont militia, under Indians here and their very restless lasted two hours, the river below this company's start- BENNINGTON, Vt., August 15.-Last D B R GO
the command of General Stark, attacked condition, I feel great anxiety over our ANOTHER PASS CAPTURED BY THE TURKS ing place, and rumor says have pur- o lli f e f Bf' .
and defeated, one after the other, two safety. We have no protection. As Entirely simultaneous with the cap chased 25,000 acres of land, where the evening a railroad collision occurred at Jennie Collins, founder of Boffin's
anTeetd n fe h t et oE trl i ut n o s wt h a Bower, the home for Boston working AND THE PEOPLE TELL THE PRICE
detachments of Burgoyne'sarmy, either there are 1,712 Indians, Shoshones and ture of the pass of Rosalia by Suleiman, first company intended making loca- the Hoosae junction on.the Troy and girls, has just made her annual report, NO. 18 South 0 Street.
S their allies, on the reservation, and no Haren Bogaz pass was carried by Shaker tions. Boston railroad. The train from Troy, in which she notes the differences in
of which ought to have scattered them troops within reach, this anxiety Pasha. During the retreat at Kalofer Two-two Johnny, a desperate char- loaded with excursionists, was run into wagesbetweenFthe present and ante-C aFIGpGOODS
like chaff before the wind. Two hun- is a very valid one. The appear the heavy fire of the Turks exploded a acter escaped from the Eureka jail by a Montreal freight train. The pas- war times, about which so much is said HAT UNKS FRNISGR wRd A h 0 oaS,
dred of the British were killed, 600 ance of the Indians in force powder magazine, killing many Rus- last Sunday evening, but was recap- senger cars of the former were wrecked, as respects girl's wages. Formerly a TOBACCO, CIGARS, YAE ER & CO.,
prisoners, with 1,000 stand of arms and at Lemhi, which is in Idaho, sians. The total Russian loss is said to tured within ten minutes of his escape. The engine, with a number of freight girl received from $5 to $10 per week STATIONERY, NOTIONS, Etc. Dry Gd ore
pisonerswit stan oarmsan just across the line from Montana and be 500 killed and 1,000 wounded, the He has been engaged in half a dozen cars, was totally destroyed. Several and paid $2 for board. Now her OO S --.
four pieces of cannon, were taken. The on the western slope of the mountains greater number being nlue to the ex- Jail escapes, but has been recaptured persons were injured, but none se- wages range from $6 to $20, but she is 64 SOUTH STREET,
loss of the Americans was ridiculously separating the Territories, would show plosion, which to a great extent de- every time. riously also obliged to pay $5 for board and REMEMBER THE PLACE, Largest Asso ent
small, being 14 killed and 40 wounded. that, after slipping away from Gibbon moralized the Russians. Charles Harris, who was recently higher rates for all other expenses.
Itwas on this occasion that General hae sto Ble ack ary he mount ANOTHER BRIDGE ACROSS THE DANUBE. convicted of murder in the second de-eLoGad Miss Collins says: "Many kind ladies atestSprices
hav stlnbctcos h onanree for killing James Randall while the W'ASHINGTONq, August 15.-The Cab. who have hired their servants of me in PA L M ER'S oetP es
Stark made the declaration which has and are now from three to four days' SHUMLA, August 15.-The Russians two were under the influence of liquor, inet considered the Rio Grande troubles past years, have been obliged to apply a 7 tf
gone into history, that he would whip march nearer their starting point-the yesterday completed the second bridge in Winnemucca, on the night of the 4th at ome length yesterday. It was an- for employment themselves, of late.
e British or Iolly Strk wouldbea Lapwai reservation-than when they over the Danube at Cyrgas, and troops of July, has been sentenced to eighteen nounced that the Governor of Texas Isentaladytoahotel.as housekeeper NEW PALACE OF BARCAINS, JO H N GrLG
?Me ^ "5 -" British^ or^ ?""it! Molly^ S Stark^ wol b t renwpasngoer.Bune ta teGvenr fTea NEW PALACE OF BARGAINS, JOY.GIL
started. Howard, who set outtoaenwasgovr years' confinement in the State Prison. would demand of the Mexican authori- and the most humiliating part of it was
widow that night. catch Chief Joseph, has been led a RUSTCHUK SHELLED AND SET ON FIRE. Reno Gazette : Mrs. Fairchild, an ties the culpits who crossed from the that her room was in the attic with two 3 & 3 South 0 street,
long,mcrooked march of several hun- BUCHAREST, August 15.--The Rus- aged lady who lives near the corner of Mexican side to Rio Grande on the 12th of her former servants. Another was
THEsound ideas entinel expresses some dred miles, and is now three days in sian batteries at Slobodzia bombarded Commercial Bow and Sierra streets, and broke open the jail and committed that of a girl who learned that her VIRII NVADA,
sound ideas in regard to the Miners' the rear. The Indians are within easy Rstchuk last night, causing a confla- Reno, has been absent from her home other depredations The Cabinet ad t e former mistress was in distress and 1
Uniotdisute n hhsmsctio.hItthinsestikigeditancoof-heItoporter aoterddpredtios.aTeeCainetap- nin
Union dispute in this section. It thinks striking distance of the two reserva- gration which lasted until midnight, since early Saturday morning. Her prove the action of the Governor under without a home. She immediately con- Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
the best course to pursue is to advise tons. The Turks have been bombarding Giur- disappearance was as sudden as it was the extradition treaty. suited her husband, and assured the STOVESHARDWAREBRASandSTEAM DS
all miners tobecome members of the gevo since 5 o'clock this morning. The mysterious. Any information as to her lady that it was her care, instruction SOUTH 0 STREET -,
Union without any delay. It is hard TEIEGRAPHIC BREVITIESB. Russian batteries are not replying, whereabouts will be thankfully re. A Free.Trade League. and training that made her what she Machine Shops, Mills and Mines
to discover any reason that should pr e Gold in New York to-day, 105. RUMORED DEFEAT OF THE RUSSIANS. ceiv d erson surveying party are BoSTON, August 15.-A convention was;therefreoshe was welcome to the Where Goods are sold Suppd TE m me CmS
todsovrayresnthtsoldpe The Anderson surveying party are bs hthrhueafre. AF
vent a miner following this advice. As William Longman, a well-known A special to the Daily News reports progressing rapidly with their work in of Free-Traders will be held at Sara- STRICTLY AT ONE PRIE amongg other od the oown:
the Gentinel as London publisher, is dead. that at Lapkoi on Monday the Russians Douglas county, although the heat out toga September 8, to form a permanent Uneasiness About the Manchester STBTL A NE AI Br Iron, sheet Iron C t Steel.
dt is Stet that the Unon s a oo Senator ConkUing received a welcome were defeated and lost five cannon, there is said to belintense, organization of the National Free-TraT he.AVodel Na Pip s,
Iisandmproped that te.Uif o n it eevs atoodeat his home in Utica, N. "Y., last night. instead of the Turks, as previously re- Croapeld5t:Aoe8ococ Sge nsoealsl cin swl OO, uut1.-h DiyTl- Wee l e agis n oegtcedt ~nIal[a,,Tnae
encouraged and strengthened, and to that Colonel Angell, a prominent citizen p t, yesterday morning an accident occurred bring to the attention of the govern- graph remarks that the failure of Eccles, -- and Copperware, Etc.
end every miner should be appealed to, of Louisiana, died yesterday in New KUST'ElNDJI EVACUATED. in the melting-room of the Mint by ment the importance of making some Sharrock Bros. & Co., reported yester-. AGENT FOR-
by every consideration of fair-play and Orleans. It is stated that the Turkish recon- which Mr. Frank Kennedy, foreman of radical changes in our present tariff to day, has increased the uneasy feeling ALL COODS SOLD FOR SILVER. BABOOCK FIRE EXTINGUISHE
self-interest, to unite with it. The The President and his party left noiterng party found Kustendji evaeu- that room, was severely injured. He better develop the commerce and in- entertained in some quarters respecting
..Union i a noble, benevolent institution* Washington yesterday afternoon for ated by the Russians. The Turks re- was ascending from the cellar on an dustries of the country, the unsatisfactory state of the Manches- Those who pay in God get Broker's Premiumm
Ioit cares for its maede members'and Bennington, Vermont. connoitered in several directions from elevator which contained a truck full of ter trade, for same.
eased others. ao excldes Chid A boiler exploded in Boston yester- Kustendji without meeting the enemy, fine silver, and when he had reached Sulcide ofa Bank Cahler. Danbury News: "Professor Bell, P. S.-Look out for my first Eastern ship-
men from the mines and keeps wages up day, killing one man and seriously The Garrison at Constantinople to lbe the level of the melting-room a catch on BALTIMORE, Afugust 15. A. D. the inventor of the telephone, finds that ment of HATS. aun 1lt
to four dollars per day. This is little wounding four others. Reinforced, the side of the elevator gave way and Schaeffer, cashier of the Farmers and penetrating and diffusive as the instru-
enough. oIf theminersd hf thenComstok The rebellion in Hayti was suppressed CONSTANTINOPLE, August 15.--The precipitated Mr. Kennedy with fearful Mechanics' Bank of Westminster, Md., rent is, it does not answer all the crav- T.R M cmURN,
would e a ckdanyhow i sock c rs by shooting five participants and dis. Turkish army in the province of Bag- adistane of fiaeen f .scioH committed suicide yesterday, ings of his nature, and he is going to be
ilations. Non-union men enjoy all the persing the remainder, dad, numbering 35,000 men, has been state, and a physician called into the New Indian Policy of the President. married. With a telephone and a wife,
substantial benefits accruing to the mem- In accordance with the order of the summoned to Constantinople. It will Mint to examine his injuries. The ex- OTTAWA, Ontario, August 15.-The a man ought to be able t.hear all that's TOCK AND MONEY BKER,
bears of the Union. The true friend of Secretary of the Treasury, reducing the come by the valley of the Euphrates. amination resulted in establishing the gommission appointed by tmh onU Sou c St., Virini,
t ner w1ul vse all hands to stand force of the Custom-house in Baltimore, It will be replaced in Bagdad district fact that Mr. Kennedy was badly comsso y h Uie Two children of F. N. Lavalley were 106 South 0 St., Virginia, LO WE a
together formutual protection, forty-nine employes were discharged by militia, bruised about the limbs and breast, States government to make a treaty burned to death by the explosion of a -TILL BUY AND SELL STOCKS ON COM- COOKI';, PARLOR & HEBoTIG STOVES
"TH Enterprise, a newspaper pub- to-day,. Dlcontent in oumanla. however not of a dangerous character, with Sitting Bull for his return to his can of kerosene, in Flushing, New will lso c toc s fonar b tend; Bot orWood dCoal, at o to b had at
lished in this city, presents a spectacle -The Greenback party in New Jersey L so ntent, A n 1 Tr muchi. He received a nervous shock from which reservation with his tribe, while in York, to-day. so carry S on argin an Oretly Reduced Prices for oneh
yesterday nominated Generd Thomas LONDOn, August 1-T s much it will take him some time to recover. Washington lately, through the Hon. .-- ----. Loan Money on all Good Marketable
probably never_ before witnessed in D. Hoxley for Governor. The resolu- discontent in Roumania at the passage Securities, A full assortment ot
MAa can journalism. It is that of a tions demand the repeal of the Re- of the Danube by the Roumanian ] aYON COUNTY ITEMS. Mr. Mills, fully explained to the Presi- a m a reoblet oe inerles, uo A eERS OOL8 LOOKS, BOLT,
newspaper drawing at least one-half of sumption Act. tros The Roumanians derive no A new boiler is being put into the dent tie Candan system of dealing TC T~l&IIwho havetheir stock account with me can have '^ *
iteBuportifrom the people of the city The Subsidiary High Court of the benefit from supplying provisions, etc., Atalanta mill, that in use not being of w i te n edn A TESTIMONIAL ho siaio o ain thath t .n8.IALTY .
where it wnths. The Hope mlhagemeterthAeotCs itois experenK, ready toe be anr aen called Sreen. u ror teRusse army, receiving pay in sufficient capacity ir ir esoem ir lie oolicyofving the m CAPTAIN JACK CRAWPR D but A eAAYS eeIN My OFC ad Mod
building of a competing railroad, yesterday. The reports show 4,376 The date of the visit of Minister the Andes mine. It is thought suffi- ag ersand tod o a ex er -TIRGINIACITY, NEV. AUGUST14, 1877. TT ae nd an Qartz rh
Everybody knows that such a road courts or lodges in all the world ; 509,- Ristico to Vienna is postponed and the cient will come from.the mine to keep whar gers..anhe Coaayia nan te fr V CaptainJackCrawford-Dear Sir : Ap- T. McG*URN, toorder, au tfSp
would save Virginia City at least 519 members, and $11,724,840 in the Servian minister remains in office, the mill running steadily. te no west are fearfull jealo o iuti f couny in l dayl s igeby a STOCK AND MONEY BROKER, Aeloo t wi ereleve you oresomae moSey
$1,000,000 per annum in firewood and treasury. a Thn An Allance Bet onmania and istrit Cour will me t say- he adnet oey ahost Siou and it ecn aware o6 hnnh uea Virinoa. bnaom fo
lube Allonec thatee Romai anul vatybn aieInIda cvaon nextivMonday. Thie first case on is feared they may at any time make some time from pur~uiu< 3 our pcsent profes- au2 1m 2p" *'au
eet the. town by enabling ores to be LONDON, August 14.-A Calcutta dis- LONDON, August 14.-An alliance is he isac li rudeb n newpoi to wardstheeIndi county woud egleve tote n to y The largest stock or Blank Books, 3 Mode Improveds
worked which now lie valueless in the patch says : In portions of Madras and reported between Roumania and Servia. and amalgam from the Pioneer and Dev- about to be adopted bv President Haves COMPLIMKsiNTARY BENEFIT, 10 take place at School lBooks and Counting-Honse ELASTIC TRUSS, guar S


dumps or in the mines; that-it would Mysore districts it is now clear that the It is expected that the Russians and il's Gate mills. will bring about the withdrawal of nate espectlly yours my se o y t e anteeds crh n a
cheapen fares and freights generally, famine will rage with increased intensi- Roumanians will almost immediately The smokestack of the Kelsey mill American Indians from Canadian ter- Orndcrff & Magee, R H. Lindsay, NTIE T MI principled parties are
and enable us to go to Donner Lake as ty for at least six months longer.. To enter Servia and be joined by the Ser- caught fire last Sunday night, a bright ritory. Ho Tayl o, BreJ A. Brumse y, TIE TO MINE ralminar on the publicat
afford increased facilities for carrying vians, who are constructing strong flame rising full twenty feet above the J. Barnr & Co., A. Brisacher tic Trus
quickly as we now can go to Reno ; yet food, the Madras government has di- works upon the Timok river and at top, and giving rise to fears of a confla- Run on a Savings Bank in Brooklyn. D.O. Adkison, Hatch Broth r, OF STOREY AND LYON COUNTIESstr
the Enterprise bitterly opposes the new rected the discontinuance of several Alexinitza. gration. An alarm of fire was sounded, NEW YORK, August 15.-There is o. C. Goodwin,j J. P. McFariand, -ashamed to claim or indor-e them with their
railroad for fear the Truckee and Reno passenger trains daily on the railways. An Egyptian Prince for Bulgaria. but the services of the firemen were not considerable excitement in Brooklyn on J.. anchad, J.ohn ..c.' "TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL ame Presafflicted a nited nt d
ac o n f a a"nt rec o n g a ysl i L~em ery W H en ry ay .M in ers w working un der gro un i h n t e examir e bef o r u i g F rt e e u n r i l
people might not make it pay. What greater part LONDON, August 15.-A rumor from required, account of a run on the Long Island H n. y, limsi s of Strey and Lyoncountieso t call atSend direct to CALIFORNIA ELASTI
pepl mgt otmkeitpy.Whtof India,, that the situation is critical ks'ineLsi, V.C o yadSvnsBak h ietr ae ...... ...the hall of the respective Unions of which they mnIo9re
Mark St.iuser r, M.. .e..a -, areTmem ersCandANecevremoved tffcial5cardra-
tender solicitude. a of an f a lo st uis a Russian source asserts that Bulgaria, ML i e innieL s ie c.i fi tDo y ar d s vnd sto ad niJ ofs h i e s use P, m it h r pe membership a eei ve" e c al ys tr t ,AnN oo to 1 -
THE effort to effect a combination of famine exists. while remaining a vassal of the Porte, tificates, and Mrs. Nora Hornick and right to sixty days' notice for amounts Cmembership before ONLY THREE DOLLARS
the Western Union and Atlantic and SHOCKING NEWS FROM SOUTHERN INDIA. will be placed under a Musselman the Misses Naomi Angell, Lizzie Green- exceeding 25 per cent. of the depositor's I a". Monday, the loth Day or Septem. ELAST|Cs TRUSS.
Thethe Western Union and Atlantic and Bellary correspondent, Prince. Hassan, the son of the Khedive wood and Loa. A. Plumnier will re- accounts. The officers of the bank de- Taylor and others-Gent:n: In reply to ber, 1877, ON PAY IGHT
Pacific telegraph companies has probe describing the effects of the famine in of Egypt, is spoken of as the future ceive second grade certificates. The clare it to be perfectly solvent. your letter of the 14th insta t tender.n me a As on that day the Unions o the above counties D dollars when you ean
ably received its quietus. At a meet- Southern India, says : The great bulk erthe nieht of thaccidn of Bulgaria. He was educa teachers named aboveen w it hSh tun wl moint a committeeto exane the cad ot better atcle from
ing in New York yesterday of the lead. of the people are now emaciated, their ted in Germany, and the suggestion of last Friday and Saturday by a Board Raid on insurance Companies in St. disabled mo's at ,mefor s ng a tie, I l et notable according to the RULESun oN.t D N "A wordtthe w'
riebs are sticking out in painful promihis name as Prince of Bulgaria is re- appointed for the purpose by the Lonuis-lHeavy Judgment Paid. nothing but kindness and sympathy at our T odFTHE NEA suffice SendorIu tedBookd ce
ing directors of both companies, the ence arnd their skins a re c overed with guarded favorably at Berlin and will be County Superintendent of Public In- nh b Louis. August 15.-The State a unds; and to this last act of yours I can find ceptu n Sdntenden IOS t..dNomaofh exk
noncerectorseif bothscompaniesetheith u ST. Louis, August 15.-The State h g~anet~t~lst ~tYraatitude. cept superintendents and foremen of the minos, List.
lie language to "express my .heartfel w ill be perm itted to go under ground unless he M A G NET I E L T C TR S O A Y
Western. Union offered the Atlantic a dirty-looking desquamation of the supported by England. struction. Insurance Commissioner has debarred pac eyour no n W ithat i e imayb l beeard licti .o.or erso hUn inSo enO
and Pacific one-ninth of the total re- cuticle, described in the Irish famine of Latest Military Movements. Lyon County Times, 15th : Yester- the following companies from the fur- to show my apprectn i may r o applict o b Send us this advertisement fe21 t
ceipts. The latter demanded one-fifth fa1846 byDr. Donovaniaswe0akpeculiart CHICAGO, August 15.---The Tribune's ploye itn ot e K ey eillebasting wol ther prosecution of business in this m, yur. m ee t k ao a"o oe ber no rTH REA ON W HY
one-o~ ^ flh famine eupion. ^ ^ ^^ IfCAO weus looke at.- th poydinth eleymllblsin o their prosecution o'f business in this ^ 'K^ am, myda is or otoein erat re n atoiyo h Mnr'Uin fTHE R A O H
Neither party would recede, and the thousands of people collected on the re. London special says: The Russianforces battery block. A blast was charged State : Franklin, of Wheeling, Va.; Old P. S.-Ihave dNat ardHall Storey and Lyon counties. a O ) T E H
meeting adjourned until Monday next. lief we find famine marks of unusual continue to cross the Danube. The with a giant powder cartridge, a bat- Dominion, of Richmond, Va.; Resi. for the evening of the SIXTH of SEPTEIMBR, CON. MclGINNISS, J the
prevalence. The superintendent of the Turks will land the 2,500 Sukum-Kaleh tery shoe laid on top and the blast ex- dence, of Cleveland, O.; Homestead, of "on which occasion will be resented the President Gold Hill Miners' Union. METROPOLITAN
RAILOA the Eastern relief operations in Ado reports that expeditionary force at Varna and form ploded. The shoe went up through the Watertown, N. Y.; Atlas, of Hartford; the same evening recite a poem f my own President Virginia Minera' Union. BOOT & SHOE STORE
States have now become matters of the journey over one of his roadsresem- roof to a great hight and came down Missouri Valley Life, of Leavenworth, composition, entitled The Poor Man's Solilo- D. SEWELL,
daily crren Y r bled the path of a great battle in the an army of 50,000 men to take the place through the roof of the Trench mill, Kansas. quy on the late Eastern strike. Yours, etc President Silver City Miners' Union. 10 SOUTH STREET
aily occurrence. Yesterday w had numbers of the deadand dying. If the of Mehmet Ali's troops in the Quadrila- about 100 feet distant, narrowly missing Armstrong Beattie of St. Joseph, Mo., aul5 tf J. W. o. (Captain Jack) au td nell Isthat
news of two collisions, and to-day we people had been smitten by a local out- heral, or assume the defensive should a laborer, and embedded itself in the one of the sureties for Adler & Furst, A M. OOLE| ;E _=T G-IZA- S.Tr Its Stckis the Best,
have another on the Troy (N. Y.) and break of cholera in ordinary times they General Zimmerman be weak. Sulei- floor. Fortunately no great damage distillers of that city, paid into the* *
Boston road. These disasters are due would have fled from the works and man Pasha is to reoccupy and hold the was done, but the escape of the many Usted States District Court at Jeffer- ....HAs.... Its prices the Lowest
probably to the drangmnt c never returned; but so severe is the Balkan passes, based on Adrianople, workmen was almost miraculous. It is son City yesterday $17,500, being the DRUCGIST AND APOTHECARY I O IC .. a..
probaby to the derangement caused by pressure for food that none could afford whilst Zerdo Ekren and Eyoub Pasha thought the weight of the shoe was too amount of judgment rendered against N,. 0s o south street REMOVED HIS OFFICE ALL ITS DEALINCS ON rHE SQUARE
the strike, the employment of new to leave the works and lose their pay will hold the Czarowiteh in check. At great for a blast of that nature, hence that firm for violation of the revenue r0 o No. 7 SOUTH C STREET, THREE C. A. NOITEMEIER.
hands, etc,. even for a single day, this moment there is good reason to be- the accident, laws. Jy28 tf 2p -VIRGINIA, NEV. I doors north of the Postoflce. jy26 tt Jy26 Im Proprietor.









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WEDNESDAY..... AUGUST 15, 1877

POST-OFFICE HOURS.
WEEK DAYs-From 8 A. m. to 4 P. M., and
from 6 P. IA. to 7:30 P. m.
Scanays-From 12 m. to 2 P. M.
Mail arrives at 11 A. M. and closes at 5:30 P. i.

RAILROAD TIIE.TABLE.
Trains of the V. and T. Railroad will run as
follows :
For San Francisco-Leave Virginia at 6 P. M.
Gold Hill. 6:10 ; Mound House, 6:45; Carson,
7:85 ; Steamboat, 8:27; Reno, 8:55; Truckee,
11; Sacramento, 6:05 A. M.; Vallejo, 9:10, ar-
riving in San Francisco at 11:10.
A~" Saturday Nights-Train from Virginia
connects at Reno with Overland train (12:05) for
San Francisco.
IDinner on boat from San Francisco, and
breakfast at Reno, going east. Breakfast on
boat from Vallejo, going west. Sleeping car
daily between Carson and Vallejo.]
For Carson and Reno-Leave Virginia at 8:15
A.& arnd arrive in Carson at 9:50.
F.r Car,..r. (AoLtersim,n)-Leave Virginia at
2:45 P. m.
TIME OF ARRIVAL INX vIRmOA.
: Trains leave Carson at 12:15 and 5 p. a., and
arrive in Virginia at 1:45 and 6:25 P. m.
The California express reaches Carson at 9:05
A. A ., and arrives in Virginia at 10:40 A. U.

THE STOCK MARKET.
Board Sales This Morning.
585 Ophir, 15J, 154 bl0, 15f, 151
650 Mexican, 9 ...
220 Gould and Curry, 8'A
220 Best and Belcher, 15b, 13%
145 California 251
155 Savage,
425 Hale and Norcross, 4 40, 4 35, 4 30
170 Con. Virginia, 271
10 Crown Point, 3 65
220 Yellow Jacket, 8J
600 Imperial, 75c
630 Belcher, 4:
15 Confidence, 4J
310 Sierra Nevada, 3$, 3 80
180 Alpha, 10, 10I
100 Utah, 10
55 Bullion, 61
410 Exchequer, 6
130 Overman, 19, 18
675 Justice, 81, 9, 9 55 C
490 Union 4 4 80, 4 85, 4 90
100 Lady Bryan, 1: t
1135 Caledonia, 3 30, 3 35
805 Julia, 75c, 70c -
600 Silver Hill, 2
65 Alta, 2 40, 2 45 i
350 Woodville, 25c, 30c b
270 Rock Island, 15c
330 Andes, 65c
425 Ward, 10c, 15c
'--800 Leviathan, 30c, 35c
900North Con. Virginia, 40c
100 Mruing Starfv 2J
665 Tro ai50c (
400 Peyton,4 120- ..
10 Scholar, 3 i
Afler the Board. '
SAN FRaNcisco, August 15-3 P. .- t
California, 25 ; ImpeAint, 70 ; Best and t
Belcher, 15i ; Crown Point, 3 60; Jus-
tice, 91 ; Sierra Nevada, 3 90 ; Yellow
Jacket, 8J ; Mexican, 9J ; Ophir, 15# ; 0
Gould and Curry, 8J ; Overman, 18 ; i
Caledonia, 3 45 ; Savage, 5J. t
t
Board Sales Yesterday Afternoon, a
310 Meadow Valley, 75c, 70c
215 Raymond & Ely, 121, 13 d
40 Jackson, 6
200 Alps 75c -; *
280 Rye Patch, 3:
600 El Dnrado So 2th, 2
675 Leopard, 1 80,; 1' ai
500 Gila, 65c, 65c b30 c
50 Northern Belle, 181 d
200 Panther, 70q
1500 Hussey, 35c C
500 Gen. Thomas, 25c C
4500 DeFrees, 2, 1I, If, 1O (
150 Manhattan, 12, 121, 121 C
80 Grand Prize, 13J, 13J, 14
500 Argenta, 110
200 Steptoe,3 55 T
1620 Modoc, 75c, 70c, 60c, 55c
500 Golden Chariot. 80c 0
1300 Poorman, 106. 10e b30 J
100 Empire (Idaho), 2 30
28a Leeds, 2 05
50 New Coso; 75c
255 Best and Belcher, 15 15 f
465 Ophir, 15t 15, 15 30, 15 t
790 Gould and Curry, 84, 84 b3, 8 n
430 Justice, 8J t
95 Con. Virginia, 273, 274 b5 t
520 Crown Point, 3 65, 3 70, 3 75 c
40 Mexican, 91, 91 t
220 California, 27, 273, 27 s90 t
600 Imperial, 75c t
180 Overman, 193, 193 b5 t
150 Bullion, 7
230 Julia, 80c b5, 80c, 75c t
100 Belcher, 4 55, 44 a
220 Yellow Jacket, 81, 84 $
S70 Chollar, 323, 32, 3 -
100 Sierra Nevada 3 80
80 Union, 4 80, 4
200 Exchequer, 6, 6 sl0 i

Assessment ist.
Following is a list of outstanding assessments q
and the date upon which they will become de- C
linquent in the Board: a
Centennial--5 cents; August 16. G
Yellow Jacket-August 16.
Savage- $1; August 20. T
Globe Consolidated-25 cents; August 28. T
Daney-20 cents; August 24.
Wells Fargo-25 cents' August 27. C
Hale & Norcross--tQcents; August 31. n
Baltimore Consolidated-50 en-ts; Sept. 3. B
Best & Belcher-SI; Septsmber 7.
Sierra Nevada-60 cents; September 8.
Mount Hood-10 cents; September 9.
Julia Con.-$S; September 10.
ASSESSMENTS DELINQUENT.
Following is a list of stocks upon which
assessments are delinquent. The day of sale c
is affixed :
Bullion-S1 50; August 20. a
Dayu on-50 cents; August 30. e
Belcher--; August 80. e
Silver Hill-st; September 6. d
North Con. Virginia-30 cents; September 3. t,
O"hollar Potosi-$3; September 7. t'
Goodman-2 cents; September 29.
Arrivals Ihis Horning.
GLockomich bol lo;d EC Norton a
T H Wells H S McDonald Dr J L York ,
W Thompson R Dickson Mrs Sheakey
Mrs Meadey Mrs Fursyth Miss L Williams
L Sherman MrBargess F Y Williams
MrssWH Joy Mrs Bowen &fy R E Morey
.-kB Cooley J.,eW-Airson E Foster
- J Brander1tWf I W Morton DG Miller
S PN Marker & wife A J Coghill
Geo Fall Katie Neal A seeker o
Departures last Evening. E
Miss Abrahan Miss lampbell Jos Stevens
Jas Barstow J Bastian Geo Schaffer d
Wm Schaffer Jerry Apglin John Elmer c
JoanM WllamsChas Murray Frank MecGuire
LASicotte Chas Shoppe 'Sol Noel -
J M Larue J SEdgran Jan Gill Sl
R Welch E Babcock"" ERowe i,
W H Reignonds A Baracker A Cheperes h
Albert Frobb Dora Berkely Lillie Houghton
John Foster Mrs Ash Miss Grohler ri
Mrs M Lini J W Noyes W C Dubois
JC Robinson Wm M Lent S Washington
J r Grant AM Teryee Lula Haves
Mrs bennett Miss King Mrs Wm Hall


Mrs RB Rule Addle Marsh H Laile
Mrs Emma Gil- Johanna Hauni- Miss Johnson a
lis Smith van Miss Hodgkins'n ri
Wm Hanks B Tawley Mi'rs Wood
Miss N Wood Jas Wad Jacob Troll I
L Jacob'bn S
ri
8 9ORN. a
HEWLETT-In l irgi.la, Augiit 13, to the A';()
of William Hewlett, a daughter. at
DIBD. s5
SHIRTS-In Virginia, August 14, Margaret,
wife of J. F. Shirts, a native of Now York it
City, aged 38 years.
GRIFFIN--In Silver City, August 12, Harry
Wilbert, son of Henry and Mary Griffin, aged
1 year, 3 months and 10 days.
1i
Why Suffer Dyspeptic Tortures, o
WHEN the famous regulator of en- t
feebled, acid or bilious stomachs, Hostetter's
Bitters, will cure you? Could you read the tes-
timony of the myriads of dyspeptics whom it h
has cured, though you might be of a skeptical
turn, you would be convinced. Evidence of its
efficacy is constantly multiplying, and this re-
lates not only to cases of dyspepsia, but also &6
liver complaint, constipation, urinary and c
uterine troubles and malarial disorders. The w
suCy'itieh has attended the great stomachic fu
has icitew unscrupulous parties to manufac- f
ture cheap imitations of it, which they attempt st
to palm off as the genuine article. But, so fa-
miliar is the public with the real elixir, that
these nefarious attempts are rarely successful. b
Neither imitation or competition affect the d
popularity of the standard article, au8 lw al


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tones in the road. The boy was walk. or
ig about the house this morning, with mI
is face bandaged up, but he will be all
eight in a few days.

"The Cross and Crescent." K
The book under the above title, gives br
history of Russia and of Turkey; of the m
ise and growth of the Mahometan re- ou
gion ; an account of the Crusades; the w1
candinavian and Slavonic races ; biog- In
aphies of Bismarck, MacMahon, Alex- as
nder II. of Russia, Francis Joseph.
Derby, Gladstone, Thiers, Gortschakof
nd other European diplomatists. Sub
eriptions for it are now being taken in ar
his city. It will prove very entertain. vi
ig and useful, bl
se
"The Quail's" Brother. T
The young lad who shot at his sister an
s to be sentenced this evening at 6
'clock. He told a CHRONICLE reporter
hat he had shot at her because she was AW
trunk and had a cigar in her mouth qu
He is but nine years old, and the Court to
hardly knows how to dispose of him, ret
COl
Prices Reduced. maa
HAVINO purchased the business of Locan liv
SCo., we bave reduced thile prices from 25 to dol
0 per cent. Berlin zephyr wool at 10 and 15
cents per ounce. Every requisite for needle- pli
work on hand at low prices. We have a beauti- otl
iul assortment of clocks, vases, bronzes anl
incy goods. I. SIBR)H & Co., 19 Montgomnlery,
trust (Lick House block), Sai Francisco. au5
"CHEMICAL STRENOTH," price $3, sold oft
y all druggists, will cure any case of nervous cot
ability, seminal weakness and effects of self- nai
buse or excess. m27 tf abl


BOASR or AxZDNBX.f.
A Building Contract let--treet Iman
provement--Ete.
The rnmrnliar mnthlyYv mfp.tint nf +t.he


ick at Joe Vigrenetti. The brick
issed its mark, and the jury are now La
it wrestling with the proposition gi
whether a brick that is thrown at a pV
ax
an is assault and battery or simple a
sault.
The Up-stairs Gam;bling Law. to
W. D. C. Gibson of Gold Hill, was in
th
rested this morning on the charge of Sa
olating the law which requires gain-
ing games to be conducted in the
cond-story of a building. Colonel
aylor has been retained for the defense mn
.d it will be made a test case.

To ]Render the liver Active So
HEN that important secretive gland re-
ires arousing, it is only requisite to resort
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, the national t
nedy for inactivity of the bilious organ, for So
istipation and for dyspepsia, besides those
.larious disorders to which torpidity of the
er predisposes a person. Far movie surely F'
es this celebrated anti-bilious cordial accom- He
sh a curative result than mercury or any
ecr mineral drug used to cure liver disorders.
fact, such medicaments cannot fairly be d
led remedies, since, although they may have s
tniorary effect, they eventually fail to in- sp
eonc-to system remedlally, but instead
men do itbr ious injury. Tile Bitters, on the
ntrary, are a- specific of the most salutary "
ture, and arc likewise a reliable and agree- C3
3e tonic, appltizer amd nervine. aul3 1w 0'"


A Convention of the Tribe CaUed to
Consider the Subject.
Captain Bob, the Piute politician,
has called a big poker convention, to
be held at American Flat to-day. The
subject of this gathering of card-sharps
is to definitely settle the relative values
of some of the larger denominations of
hands. Some years ago Bob learned
the dips, spurs and sinuosities of the
game from a white man, and introduced
it into the pastimes of his tribe in a
manner advantageous to his private
exchequer. He did not, so to
speak, throw the game at them
all at once, but doled out the
fine points in judicious driblets. It
took experience and money to learn
the game of Bob. For instance, one
day, with $18 50 in the pot, one of the
players revealed the possession of four
aces. A trifle like that did not abash
the mental resources of Bob, for he
coolly gathered in the pot on a pair of
kings and two deuces. His antagonist
was easily convinced by Bob's argu-
ment that the two deuces were
just equivalent to the four aces,
having the same number of spots,
while the kings gave him the
required preponderance. These trifling
digressions from the established rules,
as laid down by Minister Schenck, have
occasioned considerable dissatisfaction
among the Piutes, and some of the
bucks accuse Bob of having a different i
poker rule for every change of the
moon. Therefore, they have demanded
a convocation of the tribe to deliberate a
upon the various innovations which
Bob's fertile genius has introduced into I
the game. Bob, by a diplomatic strike,
is now first and foremost in the call for
reform, and is louder than all the rest
in the demand for a convention. Long t
Brown has received an invitation to be a
present and Jim Orndorff will act as
referee. r
e
A SPOONFUL OF ARSENIC.
A Sulc dal Young Man Experiences a
Change of stomach and Hunts lor
an Antidote. T
About 8 o'clock yesterday morning a b
young man about eighteen or nineteen r
years old called at Dr. Bergstein's office s
and informed him that shortly after 7 n
o'clock the previous evening he had '
taken a spoonful of arsenic, at his resi- a
dence on the Geiger grade, this side of
the toll-house, with the intent of corn-
mitting suicide. He was very weak, t'
his pulse made between 120 and 130 p
pulsations per minute, and he displayed
other unmistakable symptoms of arseni- e,
cal poisoning. The doctor immediately ti
prescribed an antidote, but the would- b
be suicide had no money, so the doctor v
directed him to return to the city jail ti
and he went after the antidote. Hasten-
ng to the jail a few minutes afterward, t
the doctor administered the antidote, ii
and the patient was put in an express a
ragon and taken to the County Hospi- n
tal. Notwithstanding the antidote, the T
doctor does not consider him out of
langer, as the effects of arsenical pois-
oning are somewhat slow, the poison
requiring as much as from forty-eight s
to seventy-two hours to operate effec-
tively, although in some cases it oper- i
ates in less time. The sufferings of a w
person dying from such poisoning, the S'
doctor says, are really terrible.
ae
The City Bullion Taxes. n1
The City Assessor reports the follow- H
ng assessment upon the net proceeds al
of the mines within the city limits C
luring the quarter ending June 30 : I
Con. Virginia............... $12,945 08 o
California................... 15,767 64
)phir ....................... 139 67
Chollar-Potosi............... 145 49 p,
MIariposa Mill..... ......... 93 80 th
Total. ....................... $ 29,091 68 d
It will be remembered by the readers
of the CHRONICLE that, some time last of
une, the mine managers claimed that, st
under the new city charter, the net IM
proceeds of the mines were exempt or
rom taxation for city purposes, but ce
hat the City Fathers differed with the hc
mine managers, and ordered suits fe
o test the point to be insti-
uted. Should the cases be de- cc
ided against the mining companies w
heir taxes for the coming year will be so
nuch heavier, as the percentage is five
imes as much, being $2 50 on each di
$100 of assessed valuation, which for
he same yield as was returned in the
above quarter would make the total tax
145,458 45.
United States Grand Jurors. fil
The following persons were yesterday it
mpaneled by United States Marshal m
Lsh as a Grand Jury. They are re- it:
uired to appear in the District m
Court at Carson on Monday, 20th inst., it,
t 10 o'clock A. Mr.: 0. T. Barber, J. tv
G. Fox, J. H. Cheney, J. B. Cormack, C;
W. H. Corbett, G. A. Tyrrell, Jacob d(
Tobriner, D. C. Turner, H. S. Mason, li(
S. Greenlaw, H. G. Parker, S. -C. in
hase, G. L. Gibson, A. Lewis, Benja- in
sin Harris, R. E. Kelly, A. May, G. hi
Hill, R. R. Brown, B. Olcovich, C. se
W. Friend, A. S. Gould, D. Circe. sn
ra
n Encouraging Feature in the it;
Flooded Mines. fr
During the past two weeks quite a sp
hang has been observed in the Savage P'
nd Hale and Norcross mines. In the bw
vent of the pumps stopping, the water a
oes not regain its vantage ground with cr
he same rapidity as formerly. From gi
his the miners agree that the vast ot
reservoir whence came all the water
dumped out of the two mines during
he past year is undoubtedly conquered,
nd that they have at last reached the
beginning of the end." iz,
01
A Boy Run Over. re
About 11 o'clock yesterday a son of
ohn Snow, about 12 years old, was run an
ver on B street, in front of Pioneer co
[all, by an express wagon. One of 01
he wheels passed across his back, but N
id no injury, the only hurt the boy re. G
eived being scratches and bruises about ca
he face by contact with the sand and Fi


THE cheapest and largest assortment of th
furniture, Carpets, Bi 'ding, Crockery, Glass u
d Plated Ware can be round at Schoenfeld &8
lyman's, No. 29 south C street. jy30 mm
de
FRED. RITTER, Sr., gun and locksmith F
aler in breech and muzzle-loading arms 29
noting tackle, cutlery, etc. Locksmithing a
eclalty. 26 North C street jy26 t V
PBRITED SIGNs for "Houaseto Let," ea
Furnished Rooms," etc., for sale at the Si
naomcIHs printing office, corner C and Taylor mi


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Board of Aldermen was held last even-
ing.
Two petitions were received. One
prayed the Board to open D street from
the Chollar works to the Divide ; and
the other asking that D street, from
Carson to North, be cleared of rubbish
and graded. Referred to the Committee
on Streets.
C. M. Bennett asked to be released
from the bond of Charles Cowden,
special policeman for the Fourth Ward.
Referred to the President of the Board
of Police Commissioners.
THE CORPORATION HOUSE.
The Committee on Plans, Specifica-
tions and Bids of the new corporation
house reported several bids, which were
opened. They were of two kinds. One
kind was for doing the work according
to the specifications, and the other for
furnishing the lumber and materials re-
quired-A. J. Homan & Co. offering to
do the work for $397 55, and their bid
being the lowest, it was accepted. For
materials the lowest bid was ordered
accepted, the clerk to ascertain which
was the lowest according to the
specifications. The bids vary greatly
n prices. For instance, for com-
mnon lumber, Lonkey & Smith ask
$25; Swain, Bradley & Co. ask $23 50;
and the Truckee Lumber Company $24.
For flooring, the Truckee Lumber Comn-
pany asks $37 ; Swain, Bradley & Co.,
$50; Lonkey & Smith, $50, and the
Foulkes Brothers $38. The labor bids
vary even more than those for material,
the highest being that of Sam. P. Duzan
and George L. Albright, who asked
$750, and the lowest that of A. J. Ho-
nan & Co., who asked $397 55. It is
estimated that that the cost of the building
will be in the neighborhood of $1,500.
The committee were reinforced by the
City Attorney, and instructed to pre-
pare contracts for the lowest bidders,
moth for the materials and the works ;
hey are also to fix the amount of bonds
required and report to the Board as t
oon as possible, so work may be com-
meneed at once. The Street Inspector i
ras also instructed to grade the ground
nd put it in shape for the carpenters. i
STREET BUSINESS. t
The City Attorney and Alderman
liter, who were appointed to look into
he matter complained of in the Peyser
petition, were granted further time. p
The City Attorney reported a partial
examination into the title of M. LaRue
o the ground used for a cross street
between B and C streets, on the Di-
ide, and was also granted further
ime.
Alderman Rawlings of the Commit- t
ee on Streets reported in favor of clear- i
ig out Stewart street from Bonanza -
venue to Carson street, and also Sum- C
sit street from Sutton avenue south to a
'aylor street. Adopted.
WORK FOR THE CITY SURVEYOR. (
The matter of opening up D street
south from the Chollar works to Gold
[ill being under consideration, it was v
iquired by a member what the cost (
would be. No positive answer having
een given to the question, the City
purveyor was instructed to make an
itimate of the cost and report at the o
ext meeting. a
The Street Inspector having reported b
towardd street south of Taylor impass-
ble for either teams or buggies, the
ity Surveyor was also instructed to
ake a survey and estimate of the cost Y
f the work of grading it properly. s
MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS. T
The Committee on Streets having re- o
orted that Mr. Martin refused to grant a
he five feet required to widen I street, n
south of Ridge, the matter was, after h
discussion, laid over for one week. r
Alderman Comstock wanted the case t]
Mr. Tracey, a resident of North y
reet, near Stewart, inquired into. 1'
dr. Tracey had lived there for twelve ti
x fourteen years, but his lot had re-
sntly been fenced in on all sides, and
e had no way of egress or ingress. Re-
rred to Committee on Streets. n
Tax Collector Gracey reported $667
collected for city licenses during the '
eek and $148 75 on account of per- li
rnal property tax. 1i
A number of bills were presented and 11
disposed of.
Adjourned. T
A First-Chlass Sporting Paper.
The Pacific Life has just finished its g
rst year and thoroughly established 1'
self as the leading exponent of gentle- 1
anly sports on the Pacific coast. Since 11
s first issue its course has been 1
arked by steady improvement. Ed- T
ed by Colonel H. G. Shaw, who for T
eo terms was the President of the
alifornia Rifle Association, it has
one much toward promoting pub-
i interest in rifle-shooting, both p,
California and Nevada. Yacht- I
g, field sports of all kinds, fishing,
hunting, and the turf, are ably repreo- h
nted in the columns of the Life. Its P1
summary handling of the hippodrome fc
,ces in San Francisco and Oakland, and t
s fearless exposure of numerous turf
ands, have given it a prestige with re- H
ectable turf men everywhere. Capt.
seirce has recently became associated
ith the journal as part owner and
isiness manager, and under his man-
ement its circulation is steadily in- wi
easing. Its subscription list in Vir- of
nia City is larger than that of any pl
her California weekly. ad
bi
Pt
More State Clubs. co
The Buckeye Club, recently organ- At
ed in this oity by men who hail from ;
hio, has been so successful that several fa
fugees from other States propose to at
ganize clubs similar to the Buckeye, lIa
rd reap the astonishing advantages
nnected therewith. An Excelsior
eub is next to be formed by natives of
ew York, now living in Virginia and Vs
aold Hill, and those who wish to join al
n hand in their names to Professor
int. The Rhode Islanders talk of ,
ganizing, and will hold their first Ta
meeting in a cigar-box. wa

Throwing a Brick at a Man. pe
J. Baptisti was tried before Justice
nox this afternoon for throwing a


CAPTAIN JACK'S BENEFIT.-It is with
genuine pleasure that we announce the
benefit of Captain Jack Crawford on
September 6th. Since his wound re-
ceived at the National Theater while
playing with Buffalo Bill he has
been confined to his bed up to
within the past week, and a benefit
at this time is more than deserved.
The Ticket-of-Leave Man will be put on
the boards, and Miss Granville, of the
Grand Opera House, will appear in her
great specialty, "Sam Willoughby,"
supported by a number of volunteers.
ENGLISH OrERA.-The Richings-Ber-
nard Opera Troupe, a strong combina-
tion of twenty-two persons; will open
here on the 21st for a-week's engage-
ment and render the leading operas,
including the Marriage of Figaro, which
has never been played here. The com-
bination is the strongest which has
ever visited Virginia City.

TlHE DEEPEST COMSTOCK MINES.
The Savage Entitled to the Subter-
raneau Uonor-Imperial Only the
Fourth on the List.
The Enterprise publishes the follow-
ing : "The greatest depth yet at-
tained anywhere on the Comstock lode
s in the Imperial mine. They are now
down a perpendicular distance of 2,230
feet below the surface. It is 2,135 feet
to the lowest station. In a drift run
rom this station a winze has been sunk
to th* depth of 95 feet. The bottom
of this winze is at present the deepest
point attained on the lode." Our
neighbor is in error. The depth of the
south winze sunk below the 2200 level
of the Savage mine during Colonel Os-
biston's superintendency is 2,420 feet,
and that is the deepest point attained ont
he lode. Next to the winze just men-
tioned comes the Savage incline, which
s down 2,330 feet. The Hale and
Norcross and Yellow Jacket are also
down below the 2200 level, so that,
after all, the Imperial may only rank
ourth in this matter of deep workings.
Goldswortlhy's Funeral A Woman
Who Claims to be His Wife.
John Henry Goldsworthy, the miner
who died from injuries received in the
Con. Virginia mine last Saturday, was
buried yesterday afternoon. He was
aot a married man. The house on G
street, in which he resided at the time
f his death, was his property, and will
be claimed by a brother, who resides
aere. "
The woman with whom Goldsworthy
as been cohabiting for about three
years sent for a CHRONICLE reporter to-
ay, and said she wished it stated that
he was the deceased's lawful wife.
'he reporter told her that he had been
otherwise informed, and inquired when
nd where she and Goldsworthy were
carried. "About two years and a
alf ago, in this city," she replied. The v
sporter then inquired who performed
he ceremony. Her reply was: "Can't
ou take my word for it ?" After vain-
*y endeavoring to find out who married
hem, the reporter withdrew.

last Week's Bonanza Ore Product.
The ore operations at the California
mine for the week ending August 10th
were as follows :
500 level, tons... ............... .. 1,760
600 level... ............... ........2,859
650 level.......................... 327
ons extracted-................... 4,946 s
eons sent to mills-..................-5,267
The ore operations at the Con. Vir- i
inia mine for the week ending August
0th were as follows :
200 to 1300 level, tons1............. 135
100 level... ....................... 487
500 level . . . . ...... ... 40
650 level-.......................... 2,358 c
ons extracted ... .............3,020
rons sent to mills .................. 2,963
11
The New Superintendents. s
A. C. Hamilton, the recently-ap- h
pointed Superintendent of the Imperial 1
sine, took charge this morning. Ha n
ias not as yet determined upon any
particular changes in the working
Irce of the mine, although it is likely
hat some will be made shortly. 1
Captain Matt. Canavan took charge r
f the New York mine this morning. r
.e will push work vigorously, i
h
The American People. s
No people in the world suffer as much p
ith D3 sapopsia as Americans. Although years i
experience in medicine has failed to aciom- i
ish a certain and sure remedy for this disease
md its effects, such as Sour Stomach, Heart-
urn, Water-brash, Sick Headache, Costiveness, t
alpitation of the Heart, Liver Complaint, B
coming up of food, low spirits, general debility,
c., yet since the introduction of GREEN'S
UOUST FLOWER, we believe there is no case of
yspepsla that cannot be immediately relieved. la
i,000 dozen sold last year without one case of
lure reported. Go to your Druggist, A. M.
OLE, and get a sample bottle for 10 cents
nd try it. Two doses will relieve you. Regu- tb
r size 75 cents. de21 cow ly E

Pause Just a Moment. a
NOTICE the "Star Remedies." Dr g
n Dyke's AEt-Bilious cure is preferred to p
1 other dyspeptlc'medicines first, it does B
tt gripe; second, it does not nauseate;
ird, it is plea-ant to taste and smell- a
Trout Oil Liniment" is prepared from Lake c-
ahoe trout, and is the best liniment in the
world for rheumatism, neuralgia and sprains.
Sto your druggist and get a sample battle S
each free of charge. Trout Oil, 50 cents a
r bottle ; Anti-Bilious Cure, $1. au6 ly tl
f
Private School. i
h
Peter Leonard has reopened his day .
ad evening school at 132 South G street. Mr.
oonard informs the public that, as he will
ve his whole attention to the school and tu
upils will receive the benefit of his extended c
perience, be hopes to receive a liberal patron- ce
e. au4-1m h
THE National Gold Medal was awarded
Bradley & Rulofson for the beat Photograph la
the United States, and the Vienna Medal lor o
e best in the world; 429 Montgomery street, se
n Francisco. s(
C
Dan Lyons.
REAL ESTATE, Collection and Employ-
cnt Agent. Office at Wells, Fargo & Co.'s N
lding. au9 tf
rI
ANYTHING in the House keeping lire
n be found at Schoenfeld & Heyman's, No. 29
uth C stro t. jy301 m G
a
PBICES have been reduced to suit the st
lies at the Mammoth Furniture and Carpet
areroomta of Sehoenfeld & Heyman, No. 29
uth C street, jy30 lm ci


Anyone knowing of the present
whereabouts of Robert Thomas Thorner
will confer a favor by com nunicating
the information to Thorner & Smith,
Whitby, Ontario, Canada.
Mr. Cramer, who for the last week
or two has been acting as mail agent on
the lightning train, was relieved of that
duty yesterday, and as a consequence
our letters and papers are half an hour
later in delivery.
H. Barnes was convicted of vagrancy
yesterday in the Police Court. Justice
Moses gave him twenty-four hours to
appear for sentence, and the jurymen
who convicted him gave him the bullion
to leave town on.
Fuel retails at present in this city as
follows : Coal $20 per ton, split wood
$14 per cord, limb wood $14, nut pine
$15. A direct railroad to the Truckee
river would reduce the cost of these
necessaries fully one-half.
Since the 1st of the month there have
been nine accidents in the Comatock
mines, three of which have proved
fatal, and two more of which are likely
to result fatally. And yet this is the
month which superstitions miners claim
to be the lucky month of the year.
It is now considered great fun by
store clerks to get a man talking under
the canvas sun screens which are rolled
up at certain times of the day and to
suddenly loosen the rope. The big
roller comes down and hits the victim
on the head, and if it don't kill him
they make him treat. -

A VERY BIG SNAKE STORY.
Why the Dog Barked-A Rattlesnake's
Den and a Corpse.
GREAT BEND, August 4.-A singular
discovery has just been made in the
mountains, six miles southwest of this
place. A party of berry pickers, number-
ing sixteen, while passing through the
mountains near Susquehanna station, on
the line of the Erie Railway, on Saturday
afternoon last, had their attention di-
rected to a small clump of bushes, near
where they were picking berries, by the
fierce barking of a dog which accompa-
nied them. Two of the party, George
Brink and Joseph Hilferty, went to see
what. the matter was: As they neared
the dog, it barked more curiously.
Walking cautiously on, they were startled
by loud and continuous rattling, which at
once suggested rattlesnakes. They did
not go any further, but, marking the spot,
returned and informed the company.
The rest of the gentlemen, four in num-
ber, each seizing a club, followed Brink
and Hilferty into thicket. The dog was
till in the same place, barking furiously.
Club in hand, the six deconded a small
declivity, near the bottom of which they
saw a terrible picture. Lying on stones
and sticks were hundreds of large
*attlesnakes, coiled and rattling fiercely.
The men, not caring to approach too
near, began stoning the reptiles at a dis-
tance. They succeeded in killing 39, the
rest, thought to have been several hun-
Ired, making their escape into the rocks
and underbrush. The rattling having
ceased, the victors walked up to where
the dead snakes lay, where, to their as-
tonishment, they described the dead body
of a man, apparently 40 year of age,
ying with his face downward, between
tones and broken limbs of trees. He
sad undoubtedly wandered into the den.
Upon inquiry it was ascertained that a
crippled tramp had passed through the
neighborhood some weeks ago.
Domestic Electricity.
Let a young gentleman and a young
ady try the following scientific experi-
ment : A galvanic battery is set in
motion, and while he takes one handle
n one of his hands she takes the other
handle in one of hers. Then let them
oftly kiss each other. This is an im-
provement on the Brooklyn style, and
t brings out all the fireworks there are
n two loving souls.
Brigadier-General Terry has notified
he Secretary of War he will act as a.
member of the Sitting Bull Commission.
It is reported that the King of Hol-
and intends to abdicate.

ENvious rivals are endeavoring to make
he public believe that simply because Banner
Brothers' immense stock of Spring and Summer
Clothing is marked at prices that would ruin
ny other clothing house in town, that the
oods.are not to be obtained at the marked
prices. The following telegram which Banner
Brothers received on Monday explains away the
mystery conne ted with te present low prices,
nd also show the magnitude of the trans-
ontinental business this firm is car ying on :
NEW YORK, July 30, 1877.
To Banner Bros, Virginia City, Nevada:
el) your stock for the next thirty days at prices
egardless of cost. You must make rooT for
he immense stock of Fall and Winter Clothing
or men, boys and children shipped to you by
ril. Send similar instructions to our wholesale
house in San Francisco, corner of Sansomc and
markett streets. BANNER-BRlOS.,
122 and 124 Duane street, New York City.
The New York house of this firm manufac-
ure all of the clothing sold by the Virginia
ity and Sai Francisco branch houses, which
enables them to sell at prices below other
ouses, where a heavy manufacturer's profit
as to be added to the cost of all goods.
manner Brothers have the largest store and the
irgest stock of any house in the city, and any
ae who doubts that their goods are not for
ale at the marked prices can best satisfy them-
elves by calling at Banner Brothers', corner of
and Taylor streets, Virginia City, Nevada.
WOOD I WOOD !-Any one in need of
'ut Pine Wood, call on Samuel Longabaugh at
empire, who will furnish in lots tosuit. Terms
reasonable. je27 lm" t

THE best assortment of Crockery,
lass and Plated Ware in the State-cheap for
ash-it Schoenfeld & Heyman's, 29 South C
reet. jyo30 lm.
EMMA GILLIS SMITH, having been
anvassing for copying and enlarging photo-
raphs, gives as her permanent address No. 314
markett street, San Jose. Cal. Orders sent to
ue aboye address will be promptly and care- a
lly filled. jy28s tf
CARPETS, Furniture, Bedding of every t
description, can be found at tbe Mammoth
arniture Warerooms. Schoenfeld & Ileyman's, P
9 South C street. jy30 1m
Mrst. M. K. Kelly's Benefit P
lill positively take place Thursday .
evening, September 0, at her relsideoce, No. 224 c
south Howard street. It will then be deter-
lned who will got the sewing machine, o
un9-lw' a


U. D. ors of Reno.


. rssAAC of Virginia,


TxC ORers. -Forepaugh'a mammoth
display arrives on the 23d, and will qx-
hibit for three nights. Of this the Bos-
ton Journal says : Forepaugh's Grand
Menagerie, Museum and Circus presents
an attractive field to the observations of
the mere curiosity seeker or to the man
of science. Combining as it does
museums, where many rare curiosities
in natural history and many specimens
in ornithological interest are ex-
hibited ; menageries which comprise
all the rare and strange animals which
are absolutely unknown to the denizens
of this hemisphere, except as described
in books of travel, and a circus in which
the equestrian performers, male and fe-
male, and those upon the sawdust as
clowns, gymnasts and jugglers, and the
performing animals, this show is decid-
edly the best that has ever appeared in
this city."


-r


Dr. ronson is in anrancisco.
Elegant pearl ati a cle Harris',
San Francisco. :S j,
The police intend to rid his city 0o
(e presence of vags. .
'audge Noyes left last evening for
Yolo county, California.
W. P. Pratt returned last Monday
evening from a trip to the mountains.
Frank Thaver of the Julia Consoli-
dated arrived from below yesterday
morning.
The fire-cistern on North C street, in
front of the City Bakery is being re-
paired to-day.
There is a man at the race-track who
annihilates a mile of space by walking
over it in fourteen minutes and eight
seconds.
Bishop O'Connell to-day adminis-
tered the Sacrament of Confirmation to
a large number of children at the Catho-
lic Church.
The new hoisting machinery of the
Lady Bryan is being erected at the
mine. This work will require some
twenty days to complete.
A girl may spend a year at the Reno
seminary and then not know how to sit
down on a stovepipe hat without mash-
ing the shape completely out of it.
A man who attempted to get up a
row with a stable boy at Rock's stable
yesterday was whipped by the boy, and
was fined $15 to-day by Judge Moses.
A blast fired in the Gould and Curry
croppings yesterday afternoon sent a
shower of rock rattling upon the roofs
of houses to the eastward as far as D
street.
The Dayton school trustees fear that,
owing to the refusal of the citizens of
the district to allow the levy of a spe-
cial tax, the next school term will be
very short.


CyTTIO IN JAUCK,
.How a Ca.rd lsarVr was Outwitted
ly a Countryman.
F A gentleman was witness, a few days
ago, to a sharp trick at cards on
Passenger train on one of our Western
railroads noted for the favor in whice
three-card-monte men and other card
sharps hold it. A well-dressed, clerical.
looking gentleman had attracted a
crowd of gaping passengers around him
by a number of ingenious and skillfully
executed tricks with a pack of playing
cards, and at lest, shuffling the cards
several times and slapping them down
on his knee, he said, "I'll bet any
man id the crowd that I can cut the
the jack of diamonds at the first at-
tempt." Everyone hung back suspi-
ciously, until a green, gawky-looking in-
dividual, with hay-seed in his hair,
pushed his way forward. "Mister,"
he questioned, "may I take a squint at
them keerds?" "Certainly," replied the
professional, as he handed them over.
The countryman inspected them suspi-
ciously, and then apparently satisfied.
returned them but did not take the
bet. "The cards are all right, aren't
they?" the professional asked. "Ya'as;
I guess they'd suit me," the country-
man said, hesitatingly. "Why don't
you take my bet, then?" "Waal, I
don't know; I ain't much of a betting
man." The professional saw that the
countryman was more than half in-
clined to take him up, and to make
sure of his game he said: "Come, I'll
bet $10 to $5, $15, $20 to $51"
"Durned if I don't take ye," exclaimed
the countryman, after a moment's hbei-
tation, and, diving into his pocket he
drew a strip of calico (apparently a sam-
ple to show his girl), some confection-
ary, a plug of tobacco, several horse
shoe nails, and, lastly, a dyspeptic
looking leather wallet, from from which
he extracted a greasy five-dollar green-
back, which he placed in the hands of a
bystander. The professional speedily
covered the deposit with a twenty fresh
from Uncle Sam's printing, bureau, and
then thoroughly shuffling the cards as a
prelude, and producing a sharp pocket
knife actually cut every card in the
pack in two. "There," he exclaimed,
triumphantly, "haven't I cut the jack
of diamonds?" "I'll be eternally
swallowed if you have," replied the
countryman, producing that veritable
card from his sleeve, whether he had
dexteriously conveyed it while pre-
tending to examine the cards. The
countryman quietly pocketed the stakes
and the professional slunk off into
another car. -Chicago Tribnne.
Father Dunn's Account of the Scran.
ton Rlot5,
Father Dunn, whose brave efforts
saved Mayor McKune from death at the
hands of the Scranton rioters, made the-
following statement to a correspondent:
"I was in Hallock, Cary & Co.'s store,
on Lackawanna avenue, when a young
man told me there was a large crowd
at the corner. I stepped down to see
what was the matter. When I got
there I saw a large crowd standing
an the railroad, and I passed under
the bridge. I saw a young man pur-
sued by the crowd, who were some
distance behind him. I called on the
crowd to stop. They obeyed, and I
asked them what they intended to do.
They said they were going to get their
rights, and I asked them by what
means? They replied, 'by peaceable
means.' I asked them if they had any
firearms, and they answered, 'no, no.'
I did not see any firearms. I spoke
a few words, telling them to be
peaceable and orderly, and they
walked to Washington avenue. Here
we met the Mayor running and pursued
by a crowd. He looked pale and ex-
cited. He spoke to me, took me by
the arm and told the crowd to stand
back. Some of those present said,
'don't kill him.' I told those in front
to hold up their clubs and keep the rest
back. They did so, and told those who
were rushing behind to keep back.
We walked about six-steps when the
Hayor was struck. He fell,
and I fell with him. I was then carried
out of the crowd and got a few steps
around the building on Lackawanna av-
anue, when I heard shots fired in quick
succession. I thought some of the
wounded might need my attention, and
turned right into the crowd. I found
wo dead and two dying on the pave-
ment. I attended to the dying, and
afterwards went home."

An Unjust Criticism.
We are sorry that the VirginiaEnter-
prise, usually so correct an authority on
lining matters, should have said any-
hing which reflects upon the action of
Colonel Weller. The mission of the
hitter was wholly in the interest of the
bareholders in the companies repre-
sented by him. His action in discharg-
ig men who obtained their situations
through the boarding-house influence is
favorably criticized by the Enterprise.
'ublie opinion, however, sustains
colonel Weller's course in every re-
pect.-Stock Report.


OF THE SEASON.


$80,000 WORTI



.~ ~~ -" :,^ ,


Even if we have to SELL GOODS FOP' THE 'Y0TH
COST OF FREIGHT.


The prices that we have decided uupoa ame
below anything yet heard of in t's city.


Last Chance, we Repeat

TO SECURE

A0 O T WEE PIV-

AT THESE PRICES.


"AndDon't You Forget it." FURNISHING GOODS.



THE WHITE HOUSE,


OOHEN & ISAACS, We Discount All Our


No. 16 South C Street,
V.. IRGINIA,
No. 19 Commercial Row, Reno,
NEVADA. aulS tf


IMMENSE BARGAINS


BANNER BROS.:Next Sixty Days


COR. C AND TAYLOR STREETS,

-VIRC3-3GITIA.,


ARE SELLING FINE CLOTHING,

Gents' Furnishing Goods


HATS, TRUNKS, VALISES,


BOOTS AND SHOES, ETC.,


Cheaper than Any House in
this State.


The largest Assortment and the Greatest Bar.
gains in



Can now be had.


BANNER BROS.


2,000 Dozen Cotton Sooks at 60 center
a dozen.

200 dozen Canton Flannel Drawers,
at 30 cents a pair.

2,000 dozen Woolen Books, six pairs
for one dollar.

500 dozen Overalls, best quality, 50
cents a pair.

1,000 dozen Cotton Books, extra,
$1 50 a dozen.

.1,000 Linen Collars, $2 a dozen, or, 3
collars for fifty cents.

200 dozen Hats, worth $2 50, at $1
each.

Cassimere Pants at $2 50 and $8,
worth $5,


JOE BARNERT & OO
Have Opened their Elegant

NEW CLOTHING STORE,

PRIDE OF NEVADA,
At T0 oUTn C STREET,
W HERE THEIR OLD FRIENDS CAN
call and examine their Elegant Stock of

CUSTOM-MADE CLOTHING
And Youths' And Boys' Clothing,
Trunks, Valises, Satchels, Blankets.
OUR STOCK OF HATS CANNOT BE BEATEN.
Shirt made to Order and warranted to fit.
JOE BARNERT & 00.
au3 lm


TO TRAVELING MERCHANTS.

IMPORTANT NOTICE.
YOU ARE HFREBY NOTIFIED THAT A
strict compliance with the provisions of
the law passed at the last session of the State
Legislature, and commonly called the Drum-
mers' License" law, is expected from all travel-
ing merchants, agents or drummers," and
that all such soliciting orders in Storey county,
without first having obtained the required li-
cense, will be arrested.
Sheriff of Storey county, Nevada
Virginia, Nov., August 6, 1877.
au6 tf 2p

LAWYERS-
Our arrangements for printing Law
Briefs, Transcripts, etc., alr the
most complete In the State. Cards
and NoteHeadings for Professional
me done in the most tasteful style
at the
Evening Chronile. Job Office,
Comer 0 and Tuylor buseoe%


VIRGINIA.


Ull m.


ROOS BROTHERS,





22 SOUTH 0 ST,


THE GREATEST


CLOTHIINa


Competitors.


WE WILL SELL fR TwE


Cor. of 0 & Taylor Sts., Boys' uits at $2, worth $4 50.

VIRGINIA, NEVT. au4 Boys' Suits at $4 50, worth $6.


NEW SPRING AND SUMMER -


Just Received at Two Boxes extra quality PAPER
N. BROWN & 00'S, COLLA&S for 25 Cents.

No. 27 South C Street.
Jy8 tf


ALL OUR CLOTHING
..


At 50 Cents on the Dollar.






TRVT2qS'B, V-ALXSES,



And everything in our Iue at




Less than Cost of Importation








ROS BROS.



22 SOUTH 0 STREET,


THE PLACE FOR BARGAINS

Is at Geo. I. Lammon's

Cash Variety Store,


78

South C St., Nearly Opp. Wells, Fargo's.
D DON'T BE DRAWN AWAY FROM
where you have been well treated by signs,
street-hawking, or any other device of a char-
latan.
WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
If you want
The finest brand of CIGARS and TOBACCO,'
Call at 18 South C street.
If you want
A White SHIRT, Calico SHIRT, or any descrip-
tion of JNDk RWEAR,
Call at 7M South C street.
If you want
A PAIR OF BUCK GLOVES,
Call at 78 South C street.
If you want
A HAT OR CAP,
Call at 78 South C street.
If you want
HOSIERY, STATIONERY, TOYS, CUTLERY,
Valises, Satchels, Pictures, Bird Cages, Look-
ing Glasses, Feather Dusters, Suspenders,
WVriting Materials of all kinds, Overalls, Toilet
Soaps, Toys of all descriptions, Albums, Work
Boxes, Brushes, Pipes, Jewelry, or any article,
usually found in a first-class Variety Store,
call at


78


I An-A&A l- -T. I.- - ,


VICTORY ASSURED I

....FOR THE,..


WHITE HOUSE


COHN & ISAACS




THE SUMMER CAMPAIGN ABOUT
TO CLOSE I


Supplies Cannot Last Forever !


One More Battleand the CONSOLIDATION SALE


South C Street. Virginia City

C. M. Palmer, by some called "Little Charley
Palmerr" by others "Tapeworm Palmer," has
1o interest in this house.

GEO. I. LAMMON, Proprietor.
aul Im

BIDS FOR PRIVILEGES.
N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
scaled bids will be received at the office of
he Secretary of the H. D. A. M. & M. Society
ip to the hour of 8 o'clock p. M., SEPTEMBER
15, 1S77, for the following privileges at the So-
Liety's Fair, to be held at Winnemucca, Octo-
ber 1st to Oth inclusive :
1st. Pool Privilege.
2d. Bar Privilege.
3d. Beer Privilege.
R4tU. Restau ant privilege.
56U. Confectionery, Fruit and Ice Cream
privilege .
Gtih. oyster Stand Privilege.
7th. Least amount Brass Bands will engage
o furnish music during the six days of the
air. Bids for music to state the number of
pieces to be used.
2he beer island will not be allowed to keep
anything but beer. All bids must be arcom-
anied with a guarantee that the money will
e paid to the Secretnry, in gold coin, prior to
le day the party to whom it is awarded takes
hargo of the stand.
The Society reserves the right to reject any
rail bids. 0. CHENOWETH,
ul0 td Se., H, D. A, M, & M. Society.


.. -~


War will be Over !



$1,000,000 WORTH


S..OF..

CLOTHING & FURNISHING GOODS

MUST BE SOLD!


THE SEASON FOR CLOSING OUT ALL
light weight and SUMMER GOODS of
every .description has arrived, and we are now
offering Men's Suits, Youths' Suits, Children's
Suits, Single Garments for Men, Boys and
Children, Summer Hats and Caps and Men's
Underwear at prices that make the ordinary
clothing dealer weep and the heart of the me-
chanic, the clerk, the business man, the labor-
ing man and the professional man rejoice.
In order to make room for Supplies for the Fall
and Winter Campaign, we are bound to

Dispose of the Stock on HaE d


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PER WEEK.................. Ct

WEDNESD LY .....AUGUST 15. 18;

THE COMSTOCK DIRECTORY

Virginia City's Most Prominent Busi
ness Men.

For the convenience of the five thou
sand readers who daily peruse th
EVWTIonG CUnONICLE, the appended
Business Directory of Virginia City and
vicinity has been carefully prepared.
If you require the services of a Physi
cian, a Lawyer, a Dentist, you can se
at a glance where the foremost men o
those professions are to be found,
If you need Groceries, Wines, Liquor
or Cigars, the best houses in the city
are classified below so that they can b
found at a moment's notice. Every
branch of Virginia's industry, in fact
has its best representatives in the an
nexed list:
Assay Offices.
C. Wiegand & Co, 38 North C street.
Gold Hill Assay Office, McCullough & Co.
Attorneys at Law.
The names and office-locations of th
principal attorneys of Virginia City ar
as follows:
Aude, Francis L., Conger s Buildln..
Belknap, C. H., 5 and 6, Marye's building.
Graham, J. H., with Lewis & Deal.
Lewis & Deal, Hanak's building, south C st.
Mesick, R. S. & W. S., 48 south B street.
Scaniker, S. P., 85 South C street.
Stonehill, B, Black's building, up stairs.
Tilden, M. C.,1 South B street.
Woodburn, Wim., over Mallon'sa st. re.
Auctioneers.
J. C. Carried & Co., 26 South C street.
Gus. Heyman & Co., 90 South C street.
Banking Houses.
Bank of California, southwest corner 0 an
Taylor streets.
Bank of Nevada, southeast cor C and Taylo
streets.
Virginia Savings Bank, 41 South C street.
iUljuard Rooms.
No mare elegantly fitted up billiar
saloons can be found on the Pacific coas
than the following :
Capitol Billiard Parlors, 9 North C street.
L. Shaw, 54 South C street.
S%",ks, Stationery, Fancy Goods
F. Beg ., 44 South C street.
Boots and :R eeg,
C. A. Noltemeier; 404 South 0 street,
Clothing Houses.
Clothing of all des-wiptions can be
bought as cheap here as in Sian Francisco
Our leading houses in thisi line are as fol
lows:
Banner Brothers, eprnor C and Taylor streets
Bamert & Co 709douth C street.
N Brown & Co. 27 South C street.
C hn & Isaac 2 No. 16 South 0.
R ias Bros ,9f2 South C street.
Collection and Commission Office.
All work in this line promptly and
faithfully attended to by
Daniel Lyons, office in Wells, Fargo & Co's.
Dentists.
-Dr. A. Chapman, 148 South C street.
,Dressmaklng.
Madame Chevalier, Room 28 Fredrick House.
Dry Goods.
The ladies of Virginia-that is, the old
residents-all know where the leading dry
goods houses of the city are to be found,
but for the convenience of new-comers we
will state that the chief dry goods houses
are those of
D. Block & Co., 18 South C street.
A. Vaenberg & Co., 64 South C street.
rugs and Medicines.
A. M. Cole, 88 South C street.
Engineering and Surveying.
Gotth. Haist, Black's building, C and Taylor.
Engraving on Wood.
W. W. Garrison, Evening Chronicle office.
Firewood.
Samuel Longabaugh, Empire.
Fortune-Tellers.
These who wish to explore the myste.
ries of the future are promised assistance
by the following-named female Astrolo-
gerse:
Madame Hoffman, 89 South B street.
Madame Smith, 39 North 0 street.
Foundries.
Fulton Foundry, 360 south 0 st, on Divide.
Union Foundry, 320 scuth C t, on Divide.
Emmett's Foundry, Lower Gold Hill.
Furnished Rooms.
Pacific Lodging House, 27 South C street..
A. M. John.o., 78 Ridge street.
Furniture.
L. Goodfriend, 15 North B street.
Gas Companies.
Virginia Gas Co., Union street, below G.
Groceries and Provisions.
The best groceries and provisions, and
.Ijported wines and liquors, are furnished
wholesale and retail by the following
standard firms :
Hatch Bros 20 South C street.
J. & J. B. Mailon, next to Bank of California.
Maestretti & Monaco, 93 North C street.
Sullivan & Dunstan, 186 and 188 south C t
Gan and Locksmith.
Fred. Bitter, Sr., 26 North C street.
Hardware.
Stoves, gas fixtures, hardware and
plumbing goods of all kinds are to be
found at the stores of
John Gillig, 338 and 85 South C street.
Hotels and Restaurants.
The most important problem of life is
where to get first-class meals at reason-
able prices. In the following list willbe
found the best eating-houses in Virginia :
American Exchange, N. W. corner Washing-
ton and iB streets.
Delmonico, 47 South C street.
International Hotel, corner C and Union sts.
"OurlHou.e," 82 South C street.
What Cheer, .66 Union street.
Household Furniture.
Sohoenteld S Heyman, 29 South C street.
Insurance Agencies
W. B. Hickok, RoomS, Odd Fellows' bldg.
Thos. H. Ralston, room 7 Odd Fellows' bldg.
Jewelry.
L. C. Butch, 28 South C.street.
W. Manning, 76A South C street
Ladles' Hairdressers.
Mrs. E. J. Murphy, Lower Gold Hill.
laundry.
American Laundry, North A street.
livery aud Boarding Stable.
J. P. Hutehinson, 129 and 131 South C street.
Lumber Yards,
Complete stocks of building lumber,
mining timbers, doors, sash, blinds, etc.,
are kept constantly on hand by
SLonkey & Smith, corner 0 and Mill streets.
Swain, Bradley a Co., 77 and 79 North C st.
Money to Loan.
M. 0. Tilden, 81 South B street.
Music Lestsons.
F J. .JTesup, 158 south C st, or Ash's store.
'Notaries Public.


Graham, J. H., with Lewis & Deal.
Wm. B. Hickok, Odd Fellows' Building.
Ricketts, A. H., Bank of CaL bldg, up stairs.
Paints, Oils, Etc.
Joseph Fredericks, 43 South Cetreet.
Photographs.
Noe & Lee, 82 South C.
Plhysiciluns an ad Surgeons.
The following is a list of the principal
Physicians and Surgeons of the city:
Conn, Dr. F. W., 9 South C street.
Grant, Dr. J., 77 ,ou h Cetre. .-
Kirby, Dr. P. T., Co Physlcla8 told HilL
Robinson, Dr Benj, 17 Sju'h C street.
Plumbing and Cas Fitting.
John Gillig, 83 and 35 South 0 stre qt.
Piano Tuuing.
F. A. Herring, 78 South C street.
Private Schools.
- Miss Heard-Miners' Union Hall, North B at.
Saloons.
It is well for everybody to know where
the finest wines, liquors and cigars are
dispensed. The following list comprises
the best saloons in Virginia City :
Bank Exchange Saloon, cor C and Taylor sts.
Boca Springs Saloon, 7 South C street.
Capitol Saloon, 9 North C street.
Delta Saloon-Everybody knows where it is.
Israel's, 46 South 0.
Stock Brokers.
Clarke, W, IL & Co., 61 South C street.
Drexler, L. P. & Co Odd Fellows' building.
Fraukel & Block, 62 South 0 sett.
Maryo, 0 T,, & Son, South C street.
Me urnT. It., 106 South 0, street.
gpeyer Bros, 56 South C street.
itle. F. A, & Co,, 42 South C street.
It Mary's Hospital.
in charge of Sisters of Charitv.
lfndertakers.
Pearce & 0'Hearon, 89 South C street,


* Variety Stores.
Furnishing goods, tobacco, cutlery, stea
7 tionery and fancy goods are for sale at the
Cheap Bargain stores of
S George l. Lammon, 78 South 0 street.
Bonanza Bazar, 80 South C street.
Charley Palmer, 102 South C stress.
- Wholesale liquor Dealers.
M. Perasich & Co., 91 North C street.

gtUnquett Alw.
BULLION MINING COMPANY. -
e Location of principal place of business, Sar
d Francisco, California.-Location of works, Gold
Hill, Storey county, Nevada,-Notice-There is
d delinquent upon the following described stock
on account of assessment (No. 4) levied on th(
25th day of June, 1877, the several amounts
i- set opposite the names of the respective share-
holder.,, as follows:
e No. No.
f Names. Cert. Sh's. Ain't
Atkinson, Lyon & Co, Trus.5261 5 87 6(
Atkinson, Lyon & Co, Trus.5488 40 60 0(
Atknson. Lyon & Co, Trus.5976 10 15 0(
Vs Atkinson, Lyon & Co, Trus.8763 20 30 0(
SBoyd & Davis. Trustees....4649 25 37 5(
y Bod &Davis, Trustees.... 6012 20 30 00
)e IBo' & Dvia, Trustees .... 1052 20 30 0(
Boesd k Davis, Trustees.... 7140 10 15 01
Bates D 0, Trustee...... 2960 20 30 00
, Blow Bros, Trustees.......7182 10 156 O
1- Blow Bros, Trustees....... 705 5 7 5(
Blow Bro3, Trustt es.......8981 10 15 0(
Blow Bros, Trustees....... 8977 20 30 0(
Burling, H H, Trustee.....6604 10 15 00
Cahill E & Co, Trustees... .4621 50 75 O0
Cahill E & Co, Trustees... 5137 10 16 00
Cahill E & Co, Trustees..... 6230 5 7 6
Cahil; E & Co, Trustees.... 6231 6 7 SC
le Cahill E & Co Trustees....86275 10 15 00
e Cahill E & Co, Trustees ....8076 10 16 00
Cahill E & Co, Trustees....68077 10 15 00
Cahill E & Co, Trustees.... 9062 20 30 OC
Coursen G A, Truste ..... 6468 50 75 00
Course G A, Trustee ......6064 10 15 0C
Course G A, Trustee ...9413 10 15 00
Callaghan, Lynch & Co,Trus414 5 7,"5C
Cope, Uhler & Co, Trust's..4559 20 80 OC
Cope Uhlero,ler Co, Trust's..7492 10 15 OC
Cope, Uhler & Co, Trust's;. .865 20 30 OC
Coffin Jas, Trustee........ ..489 20 30 00
Coffin Jas, Trustee.........6286 10 15 00
Coffin Jas, T, ustee.........46618 50 75 O0
Crocker & Gurnett, Trus...5974 10 16 00
Curtis J B ................6356 10 15 00
Cunn ogham Louis, Trues..6361 100 150 00
Cosgrove Felix, Trustee.... 7326 10. 15 00
d Crocker & Suydsm, Trus...7615 10' 16 00
Dunean W L, Trustee...... 8090 10 15 00
or Dewey E E, Trustee.......6923 10 165 00
Eppstein & Co, Trustees...6747 20 30 00
Fox C W, Trustee.........6102 10 165 00
Fox C W, Trustee....... 6846 10 1 00
Fox 0 W, Trustee ..........7277 600 760 00
SFox C W, Trustee.......... 7278 600 76 00
Fox OW, Trustee.......... 7384 20 0 00
St Fox G W, Trusteer.........7437 5 7 50
Fox CW, Trustee.........8193 20 80 00
Fox C W, Trustee.......... 8724 50 100 00
Fox C W, Trustee..........9169 10 16 00
Fay PS, Trustee........9392 10 16 00
Fry, Neal & Co, Trustees...8230 20 0 0 00
Glazier I & Co,Trustees. ..9444 60 76 00
Glazier I & Co,Trustees.... 2602 200 300 00
Glazier I & Co,Trustees.... 2710 20 80 00
Glazier I & Co, Trustees...3151 25 37 60
Glazier I & Co, Trustees...3329 20 30 00
Glazier I & Co, Trustees....3456 100 150 00
M Glazier I & Cu, Trusiees...4039 50 75 00
Glazier I & Co, Trustees...4044 10 15 00
Glazier I & Co, Trustees...4871 6 7 50
- Glazier I & Co, Trustees...4888 20 30 00
Glazier I & Co, Trustees...4889 10 16 00
Glazier I & Co, Trustees... 4897 5 7 60
SGlazier I & Co, Trustees..4976 50 765 00
Glazier I & Co, Trustees... 1092 50 75 00
Glazier I & Co, Trustees...5104 15 22560
Glazier I & Co, Trustees...6186 100 150 00
Glazier I & Co, Trustees.... 5700 20 30 00
Glazier I & Co, Trustees.... .5702 20 30 00
d Glazier I & Co, Trustees....6727 10 15 00
Glazier I & Co, Trustees.... 6552 20 30 00
Glazier I & Co, Trustees.... 6556 10 156 00
Glazier I & Co, Trustees... .6568 10 16 00
Glazier I & Co, Trustees ...6559 10 16 00
Glazier I & Co, Trustees.... 7015 1000 1600 00
Glazier I & Co, Trustees... .7016 1000 1600 00
Glazier I & Co, Trustees.... 7019 600 760 00
Glazier I & Co, Trustees .... 7021 200 300 00
Glazier I & Co, Trustees.... 7265 20 0 03
Glazier 1 & Co, Trustees.... 7270 10 15 00
Glazier I & Co, Trustees.. .7313 20 30 00
Glazier I & Co, Trustees.... 7346 500 750 00
Glazier I & Co, Trustees.... 7347 500 750 09
Glazier 1 & Co, Trustees... .7447 500 750 00
Glazier I & Co, Trustees.... 8008 50 75 00
Glazier I & Co, Trustees.....80556 5 7 50
Glazier I & Co, Trustees,,. .8120 20 30 00
Glazier I & Co.Trustees.... .8144 50 75 00
Groenebaum, Helbiug &
Co, Trusteesr.............3717 10 15 00
Greenebaum, Helbing & .
Co, Trustees.............4487 100 160 00
Greenebaum, Helbing &
Co, Trustees.............4488 100 1560 00
Greenebaum, Helbing &
Co, Trusteesr............ 4683 5 7 50
Greenebaum, Helbing & Co,
Trustees................502 10 15 00
Greenebaum, Helbing &
Co, Trustees.............6732 100 150 00
Greenebaum, Helbing &
Co, Trustees.............6867 50 75 00
Greenebaum, Helbing &
Co, Trustees .............687 10 15 00
Greenebaum, Helbing &
Co, Trustees ............. 7125 20 0 00
Greenebaum, Belbing &
Co, Trustees ............7297 20 6900
Gauthier E & Co,Trustees..8111 20 80 0O
Gardiner & Hooker, Trus.. .8606 10 15 00
Golly & Epstein, Trustees..8318 10 165 00
Gardiner Baldwin.........9287 10 15 00
Hill & Kilgour, Trustees...8438 10 15 00
Hale W E, Trustee......... 136 10 1 00
Hal & Charles, Trust1es...9427 20 30 00
eberzberg I, Trustee.......542 50 75 00
Hosmer & Bourne, Trus...6031 20 80 00
Hosmer & Bourne, Trus...7681 10 15 00
Hosmer & Bourne, Trus... 7918 10 16 00
Hosmer & Bou:ne, Trus.. .8176 10 15 00
Hosmer & Bourne, Trus...8412 60 75 00
Hosmer & Bourne, Trus...8604 25 37 50
Hosmer & Bourne, Trus... 899 25 37 50
Hosmer & Bourne, Trus.. .9310 10 15 00
Hutchinson John, Trustee.8648 60 75 00
Hoitt Ira G, Trustee....... 7498 10 15 00
Henerath Jas, Trustee..... 6277 40 60 00
Hoffman H,. Trustee........ 8074 5 7 50
Hischfield C, Trustee...... 8861 10 15 00
Heaton W D................ 8603 10 10 00
Kent R F, Trustee.........1746 6 7 60
Kennedy Jas S, Trustee.... 3175 56 7 50
Kline G W, Trustee........4165 60 75 00
Kline G W, Trustee........ 4230 50 75 00
Kuhl, Steel & Co, Trustees.5828 10 15 00
Kenney & Dyer, Trustees..7200 10 15 00
Ken- ey & D;er, Trustees..8095 20 3000
Kenney & Dyer, Trustees; .8527. 26 87 60
Kenney & Dyer, Trustees..8528 25 637 50
Kenney & Dyer, Trustees..9185 25 37 50
Kenney & Dyer, Trustees.'.9196 25 37 50
Kenney & Dyer, Trustees..9,70- 25 37 60
Kenney & Dyer, Trustees..9471 25' 37 50
Ke ley G W, Trustee....... 8770 10 15 00
KIlle G w,. Trustee.......8923 20 30 00
Keley G W, Trustee....... 4648 10 15 00
Latham & King, Trustees,..4544 20 30 00
Latham & Kinm, Trustees...80.dO 10 15 00
Latham & King, Trustees...7137 10 15 00
Latham & King, Trustees...7630 10 15 00
Latham & King, Tru tees. ..9371 50 76 (0
Lubosh L, Trustee.........4858 10 15 00
MaryesG T & Son, Trustees.4563 10 15 00
Marye G T & Sin, Trustees.4847 20 30 00
Marye G T & Son, Trustees.5391 10 15 00
Marye G T & Son, Trustees 6079 10 15 00
MAryesG T & Son, Trustees.6442 5 7 60
M3ara efT & oee, Trustees.7440 10 16 00
Marye G T & Son, Trustees.8192 5 7 50
Marye G T & Son, Trustees.8230 20 30 00
Macpherson John, Trustee.4023 5 7 50
Macpherson John, Trustee.4829 100 150 00
Macpherson John, Trustee.6904 50 75 00
Macpherson John, Tru-tee.6907 20 30 00
Macpherson John, Trustee.9342 20 30 00
Messer Nat T. Trustee..... 8177 10 15 00
Muller W J, Trustee,...... 8842 10 15 00
Muller W J, Trustse.,,,,,,8868 50 75 00
Norwood W E, Trustee.... 781 60.. 76 00
Norwood W E, Trustee.... 8347 }00" '150 00
Noble H H & Co, Trustees. 380 60 76 00
Noble H H & Co, Trustees.2770 2f 1 80 00
Noble H H & Co, Trustees.2873 20 30 00
Neustatter I, Trustee. ... 8926 60 73 00
Neustatter I, Trustee..9. 9060 1000- 1500 00
Neustatter I, Truste.......9262 60 75 00
Otis & Co, Trustees........9460 10 15 00
Pla't E C, Tru.tee.........7386 60 76 00
Pag,, Wilson & Co, Trus.. .8185 20 30 00
Paterson Jas'TIritee .... 7749 10 15 00
Quinan J A, Trustee,..,,, ,9284 20 80 00
Richardson E A, Trustee.., 213 60 76 00
Richardson E A, Trustee... 703 20 30 00
Richardson B A, Trustee...1220 60 75 00
Richardson E A, Trustee... 1812 26 67 60
Richardson E A T-usee...1831 100 160 00
Richardson E A, Trustee.. .4795 10 16 00
Richardson E A, Trustee.. .629 26 87 60


Richardson E A, Trustee...6111 20 30 00
Richardson E A, Trustee...6654 50 75 00
Richardson E A, Trustee.,.8 83 100 160 00
Richard-on E A, Trustee...8983 60 76 00
Richardson E A, Trustee..8919 50 75 00
Richardson E A, Trustee... 0073 560 75 00
Richardson E A, Trustee ...9074 50 76 00
Randolph, Mackintosh & '0
Co, Trustees.............65426 46 67 60
Radolph, Mackintosh & ;' *"
Co Trustees........ ....7064 10 15 00
Randolph, Mackintosh &
Co, Trustees *..........10178 50 75 00
Randolph, Mackintosh &
Co, Trustees...........906 5 7 50
Sebhmiedell, Hochstadter &
Co, Trustees............813 10 15 00
Schmiedell, Hochstadter &
Co, Trustees.............68648 10 15 00
Schmledell, Hochstadtr & .
Co, Trustees...........63841 10 15 0)
Schmiedell. Hochstadter &,
Co, Trustees............ 808 100 1 00
Scblmiedell. Hochstadter &
Co, Trustees......... ..8966 10 16 00
S~hmiedell, HochstadIter &
Co, Trustees............90 10 15 00-
Schmiedell, Hochstadter &
Co, Trustees............4000 50 75 00
Sebhmiedell, Hochstadter &
Co, Trustees........... 4718 20 30 00
Schmiedell, Hochstadter &
Co, Trustees... .......6223 10 15 00
Schmiedell, Hochstadter &
Co, Trustees............6827 20 80 00
Schmiedell, Hochstadter &
Co, Trustees............ 5077 100 150 00
Sehmledell, Hochstadter &
Co, Trustees...........5978 100 150 00
Schmledell, Hochstadter &
Co, Trustees........... 5085 10 15 00
Schmiedell, Hochstadter &
Co. Trustees ..........65987 200 800 00
Sebmledell, Hochstadter &
Co, Trustees ..........5989 200 300 00
Schmiedell, Hochstadter &
Co, Trustees ........... 5091 200 300 00
Schmledeell, Hochstadter &
Co, Trustees ,............ 6223 6 7 50


Schmiedell, Hoclhstadter &-
Co, Trustees............. 7278 20 80 00
Schmiedell, Hochstadter &
C Trustees............ 7341 25 37 6
Schmied 11, Hochstadter &
Co. Trustees........... 7711 10 15 00
Schmiedell, Hochstadter &
Co, Trustees.............8789 10 15 00
Schmiedell, Hcchstadter &
Co, Trustees.............8798 50 75 00
Schmiedell, Hochstadter &
Co, Trustees...... ......8877 100 150 f0
Schmiedell, Hochstadter &
Co, Trustees...............884 10 15 00
Schmiedell, Hochistadter &
Co, Trustees............. 975 10 15 00
Schmiedell., Hochstadter &
Co, Trustees.............8S94 10 15 00
Schmiedell Hochstadter &
Co, Trustees.............9213 10 16 00
Schmiedell, Hochstaditer &
Co, Trustees............. 9231 50O 75 00
Schmitt C A, Trustee...... 2222 10 15 00
Schmitt C A, Trustee ......7213 10 15 00
Schmitt C A, 'irustee......77561 5 7 50
Schmitt C A, Trustee......8512 20 3000
Slotwcll J If, Trustee4.... 4509 10 15 00
Shotwell J H, Trustee..... 6022 20 30 00
Shotwell J I, Trustee...... 6243 15 22 50
ShotweCl J M, Trustee4.... 746 10 15 00
hotwell J M, Trustee...... 76260 20 30 00
Shotwell J M, Trustee ...... 7(27 15 22 50
Schultz W A, Trustee'.....3121 100 150 00
SchultzWA, Trustec......3123 100 150 00
Scott H H & Co, Trustees..5327 10 16 00
Scott H H & Co, Trustees..7565 10 15 tO
Scott I H & Co, Trustees..7568 10 15 00
Scott H it & Co, Trustees..7570 10 15 00
Stein Nat, Trustee ......... 48G 20 30 00
St John R A, Trustee...... 6608 10 15 00
St John R A, Trustee..... .6823 50 75 00
St John R A, Trustee...... 7308 20 30 00
St John R A, Trustee...... 7309 20 30 00
St John R A, Trustee...... 7331 50 75 00
St John R A, Trustee...... 727 10 15 00
St John R A, Trustee...... 844 10 15 00
Todd J O, Trustee.........7400 10 15 00
Trumpp Wrn, Trustee......63209 10 15 00
Trumpp Wm, Trustee ......83210 10 15 00
We ds & Freeborn, Trustees 844 40 60 00
Woods & Freeborn, Trustees4697 20 80 0CO
Woods & Freeborn, Trustees4909 10 15 00
Woods & Freeborn, Trustees6i 6 100 160 00
-Woods & Freeborn, Trus...6584 25 37 50
Woods & Freeborn, True... 7442 50 75 00
Woods & Freeborn, Trus... 7484 200 300 00
Woods & Freeborn, True...7620 103 160 10
Woods & Freeborn, Trus... 7663 50 75 00
Woods & Freeborn, Trus... 7966 60 75 01
Wakefield SB, Trustee .....0346 15 22 60
Wakefield S B, Trustee..... 6360 25 37 50
Wakefield S B, Trustee.....6581 10 15 00
We f F, Trustee........... 6168 5 7 50
Whitflcld C H, Trustee.... 5842 50 76 00
Wharton Jos, Trustee ..... 7527 6 7 50
Wilson & Hutehinson,Trus.7094 10 15 00
White A W, Trustee....... 7007 10 15 00
Wood W E & Co, Trustees.8944 10 15 00
Ward Win, Trustee........ 9346 10 15 00
Zadig & Weill, Trustees ....4957 10 15 00
Zadig & Weit, Trustees .... 4960 10 15 00
Zadig & Weill, Trustees ...8465 10 15 00
Zdig & Weill, Trustees.... 9414 10 16 09
And in accordance with law, and an order of
the Board of Directors made on the 25th day of
June, A. D. 1877, 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 2 Hayward's Building, 419 California
street, Fan Francisco, California, on MONDAY,
the TWENTIETH DAY OF AUGUST, 1877,
at the hour of 2 o'clock r. it. of said day, to
pay said delinquent assessment thereon, to-
gether with costs of advertising and ex-
penses of the sale.
JAS. S. KENNEDI, Secretary.
Office-Room 2 Hayward's Building, 419 Cali-
fornia street, San Francisco, Cal. au4 td


IERRA NEVADA SILVER MIN-
ING COMPANY.-Location of principal
place of, business. San Francisco, California.-
Location of works. Storey county, Nevada.-
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of
the Board of Trustees, held on the
ninth day of AUGUST, A. D. 1877, an
assessment (No. 50) of Fif.y Cents (50 cents)
per share was levied upon the capital stock oi
the corporation, payable immediately in United
States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office
of the Company, Room No. 5 Nevada Block,
No. 809 Montgomery street, San Francisco,
California.
Any stock upon which this assessment
shall remain unpaid on TUESDAY, the
eleventh day of SEPTEMBER, 1877, will be de-
linquent, and advertised for sale at public auc-
tion, and unless payment is made before,
will be sold on TUESDAY, the second day of
October, 1877, to pay the delinquent assess-
ment, together with costs of advertising and
expenses of sale. By order of the Board of
Trustees.
W. W. STETSON, Secretary.
Office-Room No. 5 Nevada Block, No. 309
Montgomery street, San Francisco, Cal.
aull td
EST AND BELCHER MINING
COMPANY.-Location of works, Virginia
City, Storey counmity, State of Nevada. Loca-
tion of principal place of business, San Fran-
cisco, Califoruia.-Notice is hereby given that
at a meeting of the Directors, held on eighth
(8th) day of August, 1877. an assessment No.
(11) One Dollar ($i) per share was levied on the
capital stock of the corporation, payable im-
mediately in United States gold coin, to the
Secretary, at the office of the Company, Room
No. 29 Nevada Block, No. 309 Montgomery
street, San Francisco, California.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on THURSDAY, the Thirteenth
(13th) day of September. 1877, will be delin-
quent, and advertised for sale at public auc-
tion, and unless payment is made before, will be
sold Monday, the First (1st) day of L'ctober,
1877, to pay the delinquent assessment, to-
gether with costs of advertising and expenses
of sale. WILLIAM WJLLIS, Secretary.
Office-Room No. 29, Nevada Block, No. 309
Montgomery street, San Francisco, California.
auo td
ALE & NORCROSS SILVER
MINING COMPANY.-Location of prin-
cipal place of business, San Francisco, Califor-
nia.-Location of works, Virginia Mining Dis-
trict, Storey county, State of Nevada.-Notice
is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board
of Directors, held on the 31t day of July,
1877, an assessment (No. 55) of Fifty 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 No. 68 Nevada Block,
northwest corner of Pine and Montgomery
streets, San Francisco, California.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the FIFTH day of SEPTEM-
BER, 1877, will be delinquent and advertised for
sale at public auction; and unless payment
is made before, will be sold on Thursday,
the 27t1 day of S ptember, 1877, to pay the de-
linquent 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 Pine and Montgomery streets, San
Francisco, California. aul 5w
W'ELLS FARGO MINING COM-
V 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 Twenty-eighth
day of July, 18, an assessment (No. 8) ol
Twesty-five (251 Cents per share was levied
upon the capital stock of tie crorration, pay-
able immediately in United States gold coin, to
the Secretary, at the office of the company,
Room No. 1, 402 Montgomery street, San Fran-
cisco, California.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the THIRTIETH (30th) day of
AUGUST, 1877,will be delinquent and advertised
for sale at public auction, and unless payment
is made before will be sold on Saturday, the
fifteenth dayof september, 1877, to pay the de-
linquent assessment, together with costs of ad-
vertising and expenses of sale. By order of
the Board of D.reetors.
0. H. BOGART, Secretary.
Office-Boom No. 1, 402 Montgomery street,'
San Francisco, Califorma. jy30 td


YELLOW JACKET SILVER MIIN-
ING COMPANY. Location of works,
Gold Hill, Sorey county, Nevada.-Principal
place of business, Main street, Gold Hill, Nevada.
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the
Board of Trustees of said company, held on
the 16th day of July, 1877, an assessment
(No. 26) of One Dollar (81) per share was
levied upon each and every share of the capital.
sItock of said company, payable immediately in
United States gold coin to the Secretary, at the
office of the company, Main street, Gold Hill,
Nevada,
Any stock upon which said assessment shall
remain unpaid on FtIDAY, AUGUST 17,
1877, 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 Thursday, the 20th day of September,
1877, at 12 o'clock m., in front of the office of
the company, to pay the delinquent assess
ment, together with costs of advertising and
expenses of sale. By order of the Board of
Trustees. P. ENNIS, Secretary.
Gold Hill, Nevada, July 16, 1877. Jyl6 td
S AVAGE MINING COMPANY.-LO-
cation of principal place of business, San
Francisco, California.-Location of works, Vir-
ginia Mining District, Storey county, State of
Nevala.-Notice is hereby given that at a meet-
ing of the Board of Trustees, held on the 20th
day of July, A. D. 1877, an assessment (No.
29) of One Dollar per share was levied upon the
capital stock of the corporation, payable imme-
diately in United States gold coin to the Secre-
tary, at the office of the company, Room 15
Nevada Block, No. 309 Montgomery street, San
Francisco, California.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the 22d day of AUGUST,
A. D. 1877, will be delinquent, and adver-
tised for sale at public auction; and unless
payment Is made before will be sold on Monday,
the 10th day of September, A. D. 1877, to pay
the delinquent assessment, together with costs
of advertising and expenses of sale. By order
of the Board of Trustees.
E. B13. HOLMES, Secretary.
Office-Boom No. 16 Nevada Block. No. 309
Montgomery street, San Francisco, Cal.
jy21 td

A. M. COLE,

DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY
No., 6 South C street,


jy28 t 2Ip


VIRGINIA, NEV.


REMOVAL.




HAS REMOVED
HIS FURNItIURE WAREROOMIS
-To-
No. 15 North B Street,
(Pacific Coast Pioneers' Building.)
PERSONS HAVING TO DISPOSE OF, OR
wishing to buy, Second-hard Furniture.
will find it to their interests to call on the
above. au9e 1n

JOSEPH FREDERICKS,
No. 43 South C Street,
V WHOLESALE AND RETAIL WARE-
Shoutse of Mill Chemicals, Paints, Oils,
Window OLaLs. Paper Hangings, Window
Shades, Duck Sheeting, Picture Frmes and
!uo;fldlngs. Perkins & House's non-explosive
Lamps. Constantly keeps on hand a large
a esort(ment of all articles for Millmen's use, in-
cluding Plaster and Cement, Sodium, Cyanide
of Potassium Sulphuric and otbtr Acids, etc.
Orders for }aminrmg, Papering, Glauing, etc
promorTv a tended to aul tf
NOTICE TO TOWN LOT DEALERS.

PERSONS ARE CAUTIONED AGAINST
purchasing from any one any Town Lots
-a.st of L street, between Washirngton and
Mickey, in tie city of Virginia, Storey county,
Nevada, as the same is the property of the
Sensatr Mining Compan jy21 tf

FRUIT DEALERS&CANDY STORES


J. & J. B. MALLON

C street, Virginia,

Next to the Bank o! 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.
INES AND LIQUORS OF THE FIRST
Quality only Brandy, Port and Sherry
Wine for medicinal use.
We call the special attention of Mine and M.fill
Superintendents to our large and complete stock
of Oils and Candles 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, etc, as cheap in Virginia as they
could either in San Francisco or the ast, 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 tif Virginia, Ne

JUST RECEIVED,
A Fresh supply of
PURE MAPLE SUGAR,
CHOICE OATMEAL,
FROM AKRON, OHIO.
A fine article of
WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE,
By the Quart or Gallon,
AT..
HATCH BROTHERS,
No. 20 South C Street,
aul lm


PAPER BAGS I SULLIVAN & DUNSTAN


AT LESS THAN COST.
TO CLEAR OUT THE STOCK OF PAPER
BAGS on hand, we will sell as follows :
Quarter.Pound Bags-12,000, at $1 20
Half.Pounnd-16,000 ......:....... ...I 50
One-Pound--6,O00....................1 80
Three.-Pounld-1,000........ .........2 70

EVMNI NG CHRONICLE OFFICE
TAYLOR ST., Second Door below C.


TILL CONTINUE THEIR BUSINESS AS
heretofore at the Old Stand,

186 andMiISS South C Street,

VIRGINIA,

Wholesale & Retail Grocers

-AND DEALERS IN--


DR. THOMAS, PROVISIONS, CROCKERY, HARDWARE


GRADUATE OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE 0
PHYSICIANS, LONDON'

And Member of the Royal College of Surgeons
England, 1869,

H AS RESUMED THE PRACTICE OF
his profession at


EFlonr, Grain, Feed and

MINING SYUPPLIES.4


LLIQUOR DEPARTMENT.


PN. B.-The finest brands of WINES and
No. 101 South C Street, LIQUORS are Sbottled expressly Tor family and
medicinal purposes. jy29 tf


Oi posite Palmer's new store,
Where he may be consulted from 8 A. M. till 9
P. m., daily, in affections of the Heart, Lungs,
Liver and Klidneys, Nervous Debility, arising
from youthful indiscretion, Skin and Con-
tageous Diseases.

Sufferers from the above maladies will find
in
DR. THOMAS
A skillful and conscientious Physician.
Consultation Fee, $2 50.
jy25 tf

WILLIAM B. HICKOK,
FIRE INSURANCE ACCENT
ROOM 5,
ODD FELLOWS' BUILDING.
au5 tf


NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
T HERE WILL BE A MEETING OF THE
Stoctholoers of the '" Absolute Mining
Company," MONDAY, September 10, 1877, at
2 o'clock P. aM., at th e office of Judge C. H.
He knap, Room No. 6, upstairs, I earns build-
iog, west side, southh C street, Ci y of Virginia,
-torey county, Nevada, for the purpose of elect-
ing a Board of Trustees of said comp ny, to act
lor one year from said 10ch day of September,
1877. By order of the Board.
W W: CORYELL, Sec. Absolute M. Co.
Virginia City, N( v., August 10, 1877. aulO td


N OTICE TO LIENIIOLDEIR.-IN
the District Court, First Judicial District,
for Storey county, State of Nevada.- WILLIAM
T. IHUTCHINSON vs. THE IOWA MINING
COMPANY. The above named plaintiff hereby
gives notice that he has commenced an action
w1 the above entitled Court against the above
na sd defendant to foreclose a mechanic's lien
held by him upon the mining claims and prop-;
erty of said defendant situated in the Virginia
Mining District, Storey county,State of Nevada,
and known as the Yorktown Company location
on the Colwell ledge; the McBee Company loca-
tion on the Colwell ledge; the Iowa Company
location ou the Icwa ledge ; and one thousand
feet of mining ground lying between said Col-
well ledge and the Comstock ledge, known as
the "Middle ledge," located by A. B. McBee and
others December 23d, 1859. the notice of loca-
tion whereof is recorded in Book A, page 152,
Virginia Mining Records, Storey county, Nev.
All of said mining claims and property being
situated within the limits of a certain survey
made by T. D. Parkinson, civil engineer, in Oc-
tober, A. D. 1874, as follows, to wit.: Commenc-
ing at stake No. 1 S. i deg. W. distant 201 feet
from the center of the Iowa Mining Company's
shaft; thence N. 69 deg. W. 600 feet to post No.
2 ; thence N. 21 deg E. 1200 feet to post No. 3
thence S. 69 deg. E. 600 feet to post No. 4 ;
thence S. 21 deg. W. 1200 feet to post No. 1, the
point of beginning ; also the surface ground con-
tained within the limits of said survey, and the
hoisting works and machinery thereon situate.
Anrd all persons holding or claiming liens upon
said mining claims, property, hoisting works
and machinery, under the Act of the Legisla-
ture of the State of Nevada (entitled "An Act
to secure liens to mechanics and others, and to
repeal all other Acts in relation thereto," ap-
proved March 2, 1875,) are hereby notified to be
and appear before the above entitled Cour, oin
the 30th day of August, A. D. 1877, at 10 o'clock
A. M. of said day, at the Court-room of said
Curt, in the City of Virginia, Nevada, and to
exhibit then and there the proof of their said
liens. WM. T. HUTCHINSON.
Kelton & Thomas. Attorneys for plaintiff.
Virginia, August 8, 1877. au8 law3w
N NOTICE TO LIENHOLDERS.-IN THE
District Court of the firstt Judicial Dis-
trict of the State of Nevada, in and for the
County o Storey.-OLIVER LONKEY and E.
R. S iITH, Plaintiffs, vs. CHARLES OKISEZE
and FRANK BRANDI, Defendants.-Notice is
hereby given t at the above-named plaintiffs
nave commenced an action in said District
Court against the defendants above named, to
oreclose a mneceanies' lien held and owned by
plaintiffs on the following described premises,
to wit: A lot of land situated in the cit, of
Virginia, county of Storey, State of Nevada,
being a part o1 block 7, range C described oin
the aforesaid map of said city, lying between C
and D streets, bounded south I.y North street,
east by D street and west by C street, and ex-
ending southerly from North street 160 feet
(he width of the bloc from C to L) streets, with
the house therenn ki own ai 194 North C street.
All persons claiming liens under the provisions
of an Act of the Ltgialature of the Stite of
Nevada, entitled "An Act 9o secure liens to
mechanics and others, and1 -to repeal all other
Acts in relation thereto;' approved March
2d, 1875. are notified to be and appear before
said Court, at the court-room thereof, in
said City of Virginia, on
Saturday, the 8th day of September,
A. D 1877, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, then
and thereto make due proof of their liens.
LONKEY & SHITiH, Plaintiffs.
LEWIS & DEAL, Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
Augusf 9, 1877. au9 td


IUMMONS-IN JUSTICE COURT, VIR
Sginia Township No. 1, in the County of
Storey, State of Nevada, before Thomas Moses,
Justice of the Peace-C. M. BENNETT, Plain-
tiff, vs MARTHA DAVIS and SARAH ANN
DAVIS, heirs at law tf J. W. Davis, deceased,
Defendants.--The State of Nevada serods r, st-
ing to Martha Davis and Sarah Ann Davis,
defendants.-You are hereby summoned to
appear before me, at my office in Virginia
Township No. 1, in the county of Storey,
Nevada, on the 25th day of August, A. D.
1877, at 10 o'clock A. M.. in an action brought
against you by said plaintiff, to answer the
complaint of the above-named plaintiff herein
on file. Said action is brought to recover a
judgment in favor of said plaintiff for the sum
of one hundred and twenty-seven dollars ($127)
United States gold coin, and to foreclose a
mechanics' lien on the premises herein described
iu favor of Charles Adans, for $127 in United
States gold coin, and assigned to plaintiff, and
to subject the same premises f-o sale, for the
payment of the said sum of one hundred and
twenty-seven dollars ($127) in United States
pold coin, and costs ,t suit and accuing costs,
as will more full appear from se complaint
on file herin. Tno property on which the said
die is to be foreclosed and to be subjected to
sale is described as lot No. 2, in blo-k No. 103.
range "A," in the City of Virginia, as laid
down on the ofic al map of the said city. And
judgment will be taken against you for said
amount and for the foreclosure of the said lien
and the sa heof the said premises, with costs of
suit, if you fail to appear and answer.
To the Sheriff or any Constable of said
county, greeting: Make legal service and due
return hereof.
Given under my hand this 18th day of May,
A. D. 1877. THOSE. MOSES,
Justice of the Peace of said Township No. 1.
M. C. TI.mai, Attorney for Plaintiff.
mlO law 3mS


PRIVATE SCHOOL.

MISS HEARD
Will open her
SELECT SCOETOOL ,
IN MINERS' UNION HIALI,
NORTH B ST. (Upstairs),
On Monday, July 23d, 1877.
jy19 lm

GUS. HEY MAN,

-A U *3* W C0 Mr 38 M 3ES.,
OFFICE-KIERSKI'S BOOKSTORE,

90 South C Street, Virginia
n and outdoor sales promptly attended to.
jyl8tf

PEARCE & O'HEARON,

UNDERTAKERS,

No. 89 South 0 Street, Virginia.

COFFINS; CASKETS, BURIAL ,
SCases, Trimmings, e.c., of all '
kinds and qualities, constantly on hand.
Upholstery and Cabinet Work
Promptly attended to at reasonable rates. jy23 tf

M. PERASICH & CO.,
Importers and ealers in


Brandies, Wines, Liquors
No. 91 North C Street,

VIRGINIA CIrY, NEV.
aul 1m

JOHNS & McCLANE,

Wholesale Tobacco and Cigar
DEALER,
Candelara, Esmeralda County, Nov
jyl2 tf

NOTICE.
THE ANNUAL Ml EATING OF THE STOCK-
Sholders o' the Silver Leaf Mining Com-
pany, for the election of a Board of Directors
to serve for the ensuing year and for the trans-
action of such other business as may properly
come before the meeting, will be held at the
office of the Company, Tahoe Building, C street,
Virg!nia City, on THURSDAY, August 16, 1877.
au4 td SIME GALLEN, Sec.

THE BEST AND CHEAPEST

PRINTING.


CHRONICLE JOB OFFICE,
Taylor St., 2d door below C.
BILLIIEADS, HANDBILLS, CARDS, AND
all other kinds of Job Printing, are done
quicker, cheaper and better at this office than
any other in Virginia. There is no longer any
saving in sending work to San Francisco, as the
business men of Virginia have found by expemi
esce. c23t

E. N. FRESHMAN & BROS.,

Advertising Agents,

186West Fourth St,CINCINNATI
OHIO,
A E AUTHORIZED TO RECEIVE ADVER-
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nished free upon application. Send two stamps
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MANHOOD, RESTORED.
S 1EW METHOD OF TREATMENT. NEW
1 and remarkable rem dies. Books and cir-
culars sent tree In sealed envelopes. Address
hiowar o Assoclatito, 419 N. Ninth St.,
Phila elphia Pa. An Institution having a high
reputation for honorable conduct and profes-
sional skill. Jy6 ly


CENTENNIAL AWARD !
GRAND TRIUMPH FOR


WTEBER RECEIVED THE
highest award at the Cen-
tennial Exhibition. The New
York World says: "It is now undisputed that
A. WEBER has distanced all competitors, and
must be to-day recognized as the Piano-maker
par excellence of the world, and the Musical
Jury has but stamped the seal of the American
Centennial Exhibition which gives the medal to
A. WEBER of New York.
SHERMAN & HYDE PIANOS, st-class,
medium price.
German and American Upright Pianos, with
iron frame.
All instruments sold on installments if pre-
ferred.
fher STANDARD ORGAN, the best reed in-
strument in the world. Send for price lists.
Direct to SHERMAN & HYDE, Pacific Coast
Agents, San Francisco.
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,
corner &f( Kearny and Sutter streets, Ban
Frar eisco. de7 2m


A. J. TYRRELts. PHILIP REESB

oN IN RKS
*Mice-3290 Soith C street,
ON THE DIVIDE.

TYRRELL & REESE,
Manufaet3rer3 or
STEAM ENGIRES AND OILERS
QUARTZ MILLS
And All Styles of Machinery.
au7 tf

GOLD HILL FOUNDRY

Machine Works,
LOWIR GOLD HXIXLL, NEV.
I MACHINERY AND CASTINGS OF ERY
description made to order. AIl rders
executed with dispatch, and atreasonal' eraes.
auol m GEORGE EMMETT, Proprietor.

FULTON FOUNDRY,

OFFICE AND WORKS:
360 South C Street, on the Divide,
Manufactu ,rs of Every Description of

MILL AND MINING MACHINERY.
Sole manufacturers of tho McAlister Patent
OAR WHEELS.
OUR WORKS HAVE LATELY BEEN EN
large and remodeled, which. ith the
addition of new and hImproved maclhinory, en-
ables us to execute all kinds of work in our
line promptly and in the best manner, at the
very lowest rates.
ANDREW FRA5-ER, Superintendent.
A. J. RATSToN.Tustee. jyll tf

TO THE UNFORTUNATE

DR, GIBBON'S DISPENSARY
683 Keearny Street, San Fran:deco,

ESTABLISHEDD IN S85i
for the treatment of
Sexual and Seminal Dis-
eases, such as Gonors-hosa,
Gleet, Stricture, Syphilis in
all its forms, Seminal Weak-
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ases etc., pernianentl)
ured or no charge.

SEMIINA WEAKNESS.
Seminal Emissions, the consequence of eelf-
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 shun
society, loss of memory, hectic flushes, pimples
and various eruptions about the face, furred
tongue, fetid breath, coughs, consumption,
night sweats, monomania and frequent insanity.
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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-
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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. GIBBON,
au71y Box 1.967, San Francisco.

BIDS FOR PRIVILEGES.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
sealed bids will be received at the office of
the Secretary of the It. D. A. M. & l i Society
up to the hour of 8 o'clock ii., SEPThMBE t
16, 1877, for the following I rivileges at the So-
ciety's Fair, to be held at Winnemucca, Octo-
ber 1st to 6th inclusive
1st. Pool Privilege.
2d. Bar Privilege.
3d. Beer Privilege.
'. 4th. Bestau ant Privilege.
5th. Confectionery, Fruit and Ice Cream
Privilege.
6th. Iy-ter Stand Privilege.
7th Least amount Brass Bands will engage
to furnish music during the aix days of the
Fair. Bids f r music to state the number of
pieces to be used.
The beer stand will not be allowed to keep
anything but beer. AUll bids must he a'comi-
panied with a guarantee that the money will
be paid to the Secretary, in gold coin, prior to
the day the party to whom it is awarded takes
charge of the stand.
The Society reserves the right to reject any
or all bids. C. CHENOWE'TH,
auto td See. H. D. A. M. & M. Society.

DAN LYONS,


Real Estate, Collection

..AND..

EMPLOYMENT AGENT.



REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD


On Colluission.


Houses RentedandRentsCollected

Office-Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Building.

FOR RENT,
S TORE, WITH SEVEN ROOMS OVER-;
head, on C street ; rent............ 875A
House on N street, near Washington ; 3
rooms................... ......... $14
Basement, containing 4 rooms, on North
Howard st ............................ 12
Kitchen and dining-room, all furnished.
The Monumental Saloon, on the Divide.. 40
House of 3 rooms, between Union and
Taylor streets, on Stewart............. 23
Two unfurnished rooms, cor. Tayler and
G streets-............. ............... 10
House on G street : 8 rooms............ 26
Store on Souh C street......... ..... 25
Store on South C street................. 60
House on South C sireet.............. 15
Two large rooms -n the Divide........... 8
House and furniture, on hickey, near D ;
7 room s...... ..... .................. 60
Two rooms on C street, suitable for ain
office................................. 30
House of 7 rooms, on North C street..... 40

FOR SALE.
Cottage houte nd lot; 5 rooms, fur-
nished, near Ophir mnine-............. $900
House and lot on the Divide ; 10 rooms.. 700
House and lot, cor. Carson an-1 Bonanza 1,400
House and lot on South A street; 4 rooms 800
House and lot on H street ; 5 rooms; cel-
lar, stable, etc.................... 450
House and lot on the Divide; 4 rooms,.... 2;0
Three houses and arg lo' on the Divide 600
House and lot on St wart street, north of
Carson ; 3 rooms..................... 400
House and lot on G street, near Hale and
Norcross ; 8 roonms................... 450
House and lot, North Summit, 2 stories,
7 rooms, hard finished, furniture in-
cluded ............ .................... 1,800
House and lot north of Carson, on How-
ard ; 4 rooms......................... 450
Touse and lot on C -treet, near Carson.. 850
House arid lot on D street ; 23-rooms.... 2,000

LOTS rFOLR S.ALE.
In all parts of the city.
Prompt attention given to the Sale of both
Real Estate and Personal Property.


BILLS COLLECTED
On reasonable terms.
Particular attention will be given to bills sent
from all parts o. the coast to this office.

EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Parties wishing help, either male or female,
will please send word to this office au4 tf


ALEXANDER CLARK & CO.,
Summit Stables. Divide.
Have for Sale About

80 SHADE AND 2,500
FRUIT TREES

Of the Following Varieties:

SHADE TREES

Cork Bark Elmi, Lombardy Poplar,
Carolina Poplar, IBlack Walnutt
Locust, Evergreens, Weeping Willows,

FRUIT TREES
Apple, Pear, Pl'im, Cherry, Fig, Grape
Itoos. Etc.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
ALEXANDER CLARK & CO.,
ap3 1m Sumnit Stables, Divide


The'Bank of California



AT VIROINITA GiTY, NEVAVA.

J. P. lMAKTI-, G'aenral Agent,

T HIS AOLN;CY i;L<:E'i'VES DEPOSITS 0:-
Coin or Currenc.v cithb r o Open Account
or to issue Certific-ate-, therefore payable (at the
option oi the olidoor) in Virginia or San Fran
cisco.
Exclanae For Sale on
Netw YORK, IOnO, SAN FIURANciaco
SACaAMENTO, LoxroN, PARIs,
DUBLIN, ETo., ETr.
Collections llade on Al Points.
Bullion Prchaned at the Most Favorable
Rates. Stocks, Bonds and Legal Tender Notek
Bought and Sold.
ACENCY FOR THE SALE OF QUICKSILVER.
J. P. MARTIN, Agent.
J. W. ECKLEY, Cashier.
Virginia, Nev., January 1, 1872. au7 tf

VIRGINIA SAVINGS BANK
No. 41 South C Street.

CAPITAL, $200,000
President....................J. C. HAMPTON
First Vice-President................C. DER.PY
Second Vice-President..........W. H. SaTRH
Manager ........................ A. W. White
Attorney ..................... H. BELKNAP
Directors:
J C Hampton, C Derby,
W H Smith, George Senf
Joseph B Mallon, C C Stevenson,
A WV White, Mark Strou'e,
W B Crane, A L Edwards,
WH Patton, J:S Kaneen
C H Van Gordcr, W S Bender.
Interest paid on Ordinary and Term Depesite.
Deposits received in sums of $1 and upward.
Loans made on approved real e tate, bonds,
stocks, etc. Stocks currency and s91ver bought
and sold. Exchange for sale on all the princi-
pal cities of Europe and the Orient.
au4 t AW. W. WHITE, Secretary.

AGENCY OF


THE NEVADA BANK

Of San Francisco, at

VIRGINIA CITY, NEVADA.

D DEPOSITS RECEIVED AND ACCOUNTS
kept either in Coin or Currency.


On all points purchased and drawn by th
Agency upon

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

LONDON AND DUBLIN.
Bullion purchased. Telegraphic Transfers
made. Collections made at all points.
Stocks, Legal Tender Currency, and National
Ban" Notes Bought and Sold.
GEO. A. KING, Agent.
Virginia, Nev., January 10, 1876. jyll tl




*. P. tR. M.


ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, DECEMBER
3d, 1875, Trains will LEAVE RENO daily
as follows:
2:50 A. M.-Passenger Train to Ogden and
East.
6s45 A. M.-Freight Train to Ogden wnd
East.
15: 05 A. M.-Passenger Train to Sacramento
and San Francisco.
3,00 P. M.-Freight Train to Sacramento
and San Francisco.
P 'Oo P. M.-Expreas Train to Sacramento
and San Francisco.
T. H. GOODMAN,
General Passenger and Ticket Agent.
je28-Bm A. N. TOWNE. General Supt
JOINT TIME TABLE OF THE
J VIRGINIA & TRTTCKEE and CENTRAL
PACIFIC RAILROADS:
From Va. City. From San Fran
Leave 6:00 Piat Virginia Ar've 10:45 AaM
6:13 P M Gold Hill 10:34 A M
6:45 P P Mound House 10:00 A a
7:201 "151
7:3 Carson 9:105
8:27 aP Steamboat 8:08 A M
8:55 P M Reno 7:35 AM
11:00 p M Truckee 4:50 A m
6:05 A M Sacramento 9:15 p M
9:10 A a Vallejo 6:10 P I
11:10 A M Sap Francisco 4:00 P x
Dinner on boat from San Francisco, and
breakfast at Reno, going East. Breakfast on
boat from Vallejo, going West. Sleeping car
daily between Carson and Vallejo.
S Trains leaving Virginia on Saturday con-
nect with the overland, going west, at Reno at
12:05 A. 11.; arrive at San Francisco at 5:35
P. a. No lightning express from San Francisco
on Sunday.


lte9 tf


H. M. YERINGTON,
General Sup't V. &. T. R. B.
A, N. TOWNE.
General Sup't C. P. R


NOTICE TO CO-OWNERS.
TO LEVI W. TAYLOR AND TO THE EX-
ecutor or Executrix, Administrator or Ad-
ministratrix, and to the heirs and devisees of
the Estate of Charles E. DeLong, deceased.
Notice is hereby given, to the above-named
persons that the undersigned have during the
year A. D 1876. expended for the development
of and for labor and improvements upon the
American Flag Quartz Ledges, Taylor Gold and
Silver Mining Company, located and situated
in the Virginia Mining District, Storey County,
Nevada. the amount of Two Hundred ($200)
Dollars, in United States gold coin.
You are hereby further notifiedfand required
to contribute your proportion of sail expendi-
tures, so made as aforesaid, due from you and
each of you, to Ihe undersigned, as follows, to-
wit: From Levi WIV. Taylor, $96 80; and from
the estate of Charles E. DeLong, deceased, $8.
You and each of you are also notified that in
case you fail or refuse to pay the respective
amounts of money set opposite your names
above, to A. B. Elliott, who is hereby appointed
our agent to receive and receipt for the same,
at his office, in the City of Virginia, Storey
County, Nevada, at or before the expiration of
ninety days after the service of this notice,
7 our and each of your interests in said Ameri-
can Flag Quartz Ledges Taylor Gold and Silver
Mining Company, will by operation of law be-
come the property of the undersigned, who
ma' e the above expenditures on said mining
claim in the year A. D. 1876.
A. B. FLLIOTT,
R. H. TAYLOR,
JOS DxBELL,
D. J. ELLIOT, !
FRANK PEREIRA,
EMMA STEEL,
JOHN STFEL.
Virginia, Storey County, State of Nevada, May
11th. A. D. 1877 m16 90d


TO DEBTORS OF OWEN PARITY
A LL PERSO'S INDEBTED FOR BOARD
and lodging to Owen Garity, late of the
Brooklyn Hotel and Restaurant, are hereby
notified to call at once and settle with the
u,'dersined, at Justice Moses' Court, otherwise
legal proceedings wilt be instituted to enforce
payment. M. NORTON, Constable.
Virginia, July 23, 1877. y23 lm
ANNUAL MEETING.
T HE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF
the Stockholders of the Occidental Mining
Company will be held at the office of the Com-
pany, Room No. 69 Nevada Block, San Fran-
cisco, California, on MONDAY, the 13th day of
August, 1877, at 1 o'clock p. m. Transfer Books
will be closed on Friday, thie 10th day of August,
1877, at 3 o'clock p. 3M.
an7 td ALF-ED K. DURBROW, See.

BOOKBINDING
....AND....

....AT TBs.,..
CHRONICLE PRINTING OFFICE,
Taylor street. 2d door below C


TO MILLMEN.

the Best Babbitt Metal
IS CONTAINED IN OLD TYPE

For sale cheap, at the

EVENING CHRONICLE OFFICE.

LIQUOR DEALERS-
Handsomely engraved cuts, suit-
able for Labels, Cards and Bill-
heads of Liquor Dealers, Just
^ received at the
Evening Chronicle Job Office,
Corner 0 and Taylor streets.
BUSINESS CARDS.-AN ELEGANT
assortment of Card Stock at the CHROn
CLE Job Offi.m m29 ti


/CAUTION-9IERRA NEVADA SIL-
C VER MINING COMiPANY.-Stock sold to
pay amount due on Assessment No. 49:
No. of No. Shares
Cert. In name of Shares. Sold. Left.
12148.Aths;Oi,-'Lybn
& Co, Trus, hal 8 1 45-100 6 55-100
15327.Blowlros,Tr's.10 1 60-100 8 40-100
2783.H A C arles,
Trus, bal..... 8 25-1001 65-100 660-100
17520.A A Collins,
Trustee....... 4 1 3
11155.Cope, Uhler &
Co, True, hal..10 1 50-100 8 50-100
13071.Cope, Uhler &
Co, Trus,bal.. 596-1001 10-100 4 85-100
1771.E Cahill & Co,
Trus, bal..... 3 26-100 85-100 2 40-100
4483.E Cahill & Co,
Trustes...... 10 1 55-100 8 45-100
9127.E Cahill & Co,
Trustees...... 20 2 80-100 17 20-100
9939.E Cahill & Co,
Trustees, hal.. 8 25-100 1 70-100 6 55-100
15402.B Cehill & Co,
Trustee-...... 10 1 6655-100 8 45-100
13749.W H Clarke &
Co, Trustees..10 1 55-100 8 45-100
12898.Jas Coffin,Trus 5 95 100 4 05-100
11902.C a 1 lag hlian,
Lynch & Co,
Trustees....... 3 1 2
11903.Ca 11 a g iun,
Lynch & Co,
Trustees...... 10-100 10-100 none
1890.C a 11 a ghan,
Lynch & Co,
Trustees ......10 1 5-100 8 45-100
13891.C a IIllagh an,
Lynch & Co,
Trusteesl...... 10 1 65-100 8 45-100
17400.Coffih & Page,
Trustees...... 10 1 55-100 8 45-.100
12896.W L Duncan,
Trustee ....... 0 1 55-100 8 45-100
6765.1D Dricoll &
Co, Trustees. .20 2 75-100 17 25-100
16187.L P Drexler &
Co, Trustees.. 10 1 56-100 845-100
132286F A-Elliott &
C,rus,bal.. 4 75100 -100 3825-100
16471. F -Enright. .10 1 6655-100 8 45-100

Trustees bal.. 480-100 1 3 60-100
16168.Gardiner &
Hooker,Trus..50 6 45-100 43 6&5100
17159.G a r diner &
Hooker,Trus.. 1 4
10705.0 in r enebaum,
Helbing & Co,
Trustees...'... 56
11627. Gr i eenebaum, /
Helbing & Co,
Trustees......25 345-1002165-100
13S65.G r e e ebaum,
Helbing & Co,
Trustees.hal,. 8 25-100 1 65-100 6 70-100
4643.1 Glazier & 0o,
Trustees.. ...20 2 90-10017 10-100
7229.1 Glazier & Co,
Trustees......10 1 5f-100 845-100
8271.1 Glazier & Co,
Trustees, bal.. 2 25-100 1 25-100 1
7765.1 Glazier & Co
Trustees, bal..11 30-100 2 9 30-100
10901.1 Glazier & Co,
Trustees, ba .. 4 1 3
16113.1 Glazier & Co,
Trustees...... 5 1 4
16760.HenryHolman,
Trustee...... 10 6 45-100 48 60-100
8668.R C Hooker,
Trustee....... 10 1 65-100 8 35-100
7481.W G Hughes,
Trustee, ba. ..21 50-100 3 50-100 18
7437.B all & Charles,
Trustees...... 20 2 75-100 17 26-100
66649.W E Hale &
Co, Trus.....10 1 56-100 8 41-t6
16658.G W JohnsonlOo 13 75-100 8&S-2S-100
17429. FrankS Jordan /
Trus ee...... 5 1 .: 4
17450 Kinney& Dyer
Trustees......10 -1 5-100 45-100
14734.Lawton & /,'
Deans, Trus.. 10 1 65-100 8 45-100
14900.Latham. S-
Klng,Tr8sr.... 10 155-100 8 45-100
16540 Latham &
King, Trus...25 4 21
14378.H H More... .9150-10012 50-100 79
8546.Manning &
Clarke,Trus.. 6 1 4
6008.Geo T Marye &
Son, Trustees. 5 1 4
8690.Geo T Maryt &
Son, Trustses.10 1 55-100 845100
8972 Geo T Marye &
Son, Trustees.10 1 55-100 8 45-100
10556.Geo T Marye & -
Son, Trustees.10 1 65-100 8 45-100
15488. Ge T Marye &
Son, Trustees. 5 1 4
9269.W E Norwood,
Trustee, bal.. 825-100 1 60-100 6 65-100
4191.H H Noble &
Co, Trustees..20 2 75-100 1725-100
10044-H H Noble &
Co, Trustees.-.10 1 5-100 845-100
17010.G Meustatter,
Trustee..'d....10 1 55-100 845-100
8856.H W Pummer,
Trustee....... 10 1 55-100 845-100
10475.Parker & Bar-
rett, Trustees.10 1 65-100 845-100
15005.EOPlattTmus 6 1 4
8901.John Rudolph,
bal........... 2 60-100 1 40-100
15261.Ed Bicker....10 1 55-100 8 4-100
16634.Randolph, Mc-
Intosh & Co,
Trustee.......20 3 17
16640.Randolph, Me-
Intosh & Co,
Trustee...... 5 1 4
13794.E A Richard-
son, Trustee..20 3 17
9069.H H ScoWtt&Co,
Trustees...... 5 95-100 4 05-100
10981.W W Stetson,
Trustee....;. 90-100 90-100 none
13228.W W Stetson,
Trustee ...... 10 1 5-100 8 45-100
15625.W W Stetson,
Trustee, bal.. 55 60-100 1 4 56-100
15866.W W Stetson,
Trustee, bal..16 1 65-100 845-100
15904.W W Stetson,
Trustee, bal.. 1 05-100 56-100 50-100
15997.W W btetsos,
Trustee, bal.. 4 1 3
16294.W Wb tetsoni;
Trustee, bal;.16 75-100 2 76-100 14
16798.W W Stetson,
Trustee....... 10-100 10-100 none
2323.0 A Schmlutt,
Trustee....... 5 96100 4 05-100
10280. Schmiedeil,
Hochstadter
Co, Trustees.. 5 95-100 4 05-100
10339.SchmMier d e I,
Hochstadter &
Co, Trustees.. 5 95-100 4 05-100
16111.Schmiedell,
Hochstadter &
Co, Trus,bal.. 8 25-100 1 46-100 6 80-100
12749.Schmied ell,
Hochstadter &
Co, Trustees.. A10 1 56-100 8 45-100
14144.Sch in i e d e1,
Hochstadter &
Co.. Trustees..') 1 65-100 845-100
1610F1 Sln mivdell,
Hoehstadter &
Co, Trustees.. 6 95-100 4 05-100
14105.J M Todd,Trnu20 2 75-10017 25-100
14107. JMTodd,True,
hal.......... 2 1 1
10074.Woods & Frer-
born,Trustees.20 2 75-100 17 25-100
11144. Woods & Free-
bornTrustees.10 1 55-100 8 46-100
11779.Woods & Free-
bornTrusteea.1O 1 56-100 845-100
13300. Woods & Free-
born,Trustees.20 2 75-100 17 26-100
13321.Woods & Free-
bornTrustees.10 1 56-100 846-100
14672. Woods & Free-
born,Trus,bal. 8 25-100 8 25-100 noue
16698. Woods & Free-
born,Trustees.60 6 75-100 48 25-100
9452.W H- Wright,
Trustee.......10 1 55-100 8 45-100
12377.S B Wakefield,
Trustee ..... 4 1 8
12629.S B Wakefield,
Trustee, bal.. 8 25-100 1 56-100 6 70-100
10872.Zadig & Weill,
8910.W W BStt,8 7 -
Trustee...... 6 95-100 4 05-100
'The public Is cautioned against negotiating
the above-named certificates.
W. W. STETSON, Secretary.
Office-Room No. 5 Nevada Block, No. 809
Montgomery street, San Francisco, California.
aU7


DIVIDEND NOTICE.
OFFICE OF THE CALIFORNIA
MINING COMPANY, San Francisco,
August 7, 1877.-At a meeting of the Board of
Directors of the above-named company, held
this day, a dividend (No. 16) of E2 per share was
declared, payable on WEDNESDAY, Augumst
u1th Transfer Books closed until 16th instant.
au9 td 0C. P. GORDON, Secretary.

DIVIDEND NOTICE.
OFFICE OF THE CONSOLIDATED
VIRGINIA MINING COMPANY, San
Francisco, August 7th, 1877.-At a meeting of
the Board of Trustees of the above-named Com-
pany, held this d y, a dividend (No. 36) of Two '
(2) Dollars per share was declared, pa. able on
TUESDAV, August 14. Transfer books closed
until 165th instant.
au9 td A. W. HAVENS, Secretary.



M MERCHANTS, BUSINESS MEN, AND
all parties in need of
WOODCUTS, DRAWINGS,
ETC., ETC.,


Can have first-class work done at home. De.
signs furnished, free of charge, for all kinds of
Plain and Fancy
BILL AND LETTERHEADS,
Maps, Monograms,
Cards, Posters,
Views of Buildings,
Portranlts, Etc.
Orders left at this office will ) with
pompt attention.
Patent Drawings and Unique Advertisements
Made to order.
W. W. GARRISON.
Sas" If


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