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THE EVENING NEWS.
ALT. DOT EN, i i Utter ms4 fiwrlilw.
SOU) I1LL. i SATU1DAT, JIM. 10. 1174
~ TUB !«W CUIU JCSTiCL
Yesterday we expreseed ihe fur
that tb« country would fare won* in
Um next (election for th« offloe of
Supremo Judge of the United State*
than U General William* had been
cooflnned. To-day we take It all back
and acknowledge ourealm both ear
prl«ed »nd delighted at the result.
DUpatchea Inform u« that yestsrday
President Grant tent In before the
Senate the name of Caleb Cushlng fbr
that exalted offlos. There are many
reatnni why we commend moat heart
ily thlt isst (election, chief among I
which are tbe absolute non-partlaanlaa
of the eelectlon and the unrivalled
qualification* of the propoeed Incum
bent. In view of the reoord of Caleb
Cushlng and bla eminent attainments,
we can oonflilently My that no better
choloe could have been made; nay,
more, that the (election I* by far the
very beat of all thoae named lor thl*
hlgu offloe. We expect to tee the
much vilified pre**. Republican. In
dependent and Democratio unite In an
approval of the Pretldent'* laat choloe.
But one poaalble objection can be made
to Mr.Cushlng, vis: bis advanced age;
yet we are Informed that he still re
tains the robust vigor of bis earlier
year*, and Is in fact more Ilka a mm
of fifty years than one who has already
pasted the line of three score years
and ten. The country knows hit mind
I* as vigorous, his Judgment a* un
clouded and hi* experlenee more ripe
and abundant than twenty year* ago,
when he filled worthily blgh trusts In
our great nation.
We commend the appointment most
unqualifiedly, and for those puny (nif
tier*. some of whom will see a landed
error la the selection of an avowed
Democrat In lieu of a Republican, feel
only a large, broad aud supreme cju
ternpt. That partisanship which ex
clude* talent, heuetty and Independ
ence from recognition and reward, haa
tilled large numbers of our offloe* with
Incapable*, not to say eorruptlonWta.
The astraclsm of competency, dignity,
yea, deoency, at the hand* of bigots,
has already produced dire fruits, albe
it quite legitimate, and we are more
tlian pleased to note In this selection a
disregard not ouly of partltan bias, but
of the claims of a class of political au
tocrmta, whose highest aim Is personal
aggrandisement at the expense of hon
esty, hoaer and efficiency.
Caleb Cushlng, although a Demo
crat. 1* not a politician like Conkitng,
Cameron, Stewart, or even the Presi
dent's first nominee. Attorney General
Williams, lie belongs to a clau of
public men far above thst of the pres
ent ; be Is the graduate of a school of
politic*, which for «orae year* tinea
ha* bad no alumni. lie Is a statesman
and a scholar, such as our Government
never more sorely needed In her pub
lie affairs, and must we add, never
more grlevoualy lacked. We are,
therefore, more than glad to read of
thl* eelectlon; our commendation
breaks out heartily, and la the more
sincere and absolutely honest becau«e
of the fear, which heretofore we noted,
that Conkllng. or some twin brother
demagogue, tome mere manipulator of
party Kenery, v ^uld atep forth before
the footlights of our national theatre as
a star. President Grant deserve*, and
will reoelve great commendation for
thl* rao«t wi*« (election. We congrat
ulate our readers and the nation.
Tbk moit absurd doctrine ever ut
tered regarding greenback! *»« pro
pounded In tho Senate br Mr. Bout
well yesterday. II* declared that "the
notion that Government obligation*
in the shape of circulating note* were
dUhouored in net being redeemed on
demand, was erroneous; they were
redeemable at the pleaaure of the Gov
ernment. whlcb was the spirit of
the law." Morrill, of Vermont, re
plied thereto, expressing inrpri-p that
Boutwell should undertake to defend
" the right cf Government to postpone
the day of paying Its obligations."
WltlMUt pretending to understand the
necessities of the law, he knew, as a
business man, that " If any Individual
was understood to give out such paper
the oourts would compel blm to pay."
lie believed tlie Intention of the law
was that " the Government should pay
these notes as early as possible." To
our minds a Government bank note I*
like an individual note, a promise to
pay. If no date of payment Is specl
lled, It Is due on demand of the holder,
not at tbe pleasure of the maker.
Boutwell's doctrine Is that of power,
not Justice.
Tm Aldim for January contains
among Its msgnldornt and original il
lustrations. a perfect gem, being a full
page picture of Moore's Lake, Utah,
executed by the famous artist, Thomas
Morau. The view near Falrfleld. Con
necticut, by Van El ten, la another de
lightful picture, and the "Descent
From the Cross" Is still another very
Interesting picture. But we will not
partloulartse lest we do Injustice to
the other fine Illustrations. With thl«
number of the Aldim* came tbe two
premium chromos for 1S74. given free
to all snbecrlbers. They are entitled
••Tbe East" and "The West," one
being a scene In the White Mountains.
New Hampshire, and the other a view
of the Cliffs of Green Klver. In Wy
oming Territory. Both ara finely ex
ecuted oil chromos. mounted and var
nished ready for framing, and worth
mora than tho year's subscription to
tb« Aldine, 93. Those wishing to sub
scribe for this finest and best of Amer
ican magazines, and secure these val
uable chromos will do well to apply
to X. C. Dole, agent, at the Geld IIIII
Postoflle*.
It I* reported at Salt Lake City that
a rich strike ba* just bceu made in tbe ,
£tnma mine.
Judob iPoi.AKD'« proportion to
intend the rule* wu lo prevent un
pleasant Investigation by referring all
Inquiries to standing oommltteee doe*
not meet with Bitch >avor outside ol
Congreu. Tho North Adams (Mau.)
Tranteripi iKep) thus speak* ot It:
•• If theae resolutions are adopted, the
siuplJity of the Democrat* will be
•cllpttd and forgotten In the popular
Indignation which will deaoend upon
Poland and the Republican party. If
the Republican leader* suppoto the/
rau humbug the people la thW way,
they will live to learn their mistake."
The Supreme Court of Indiana yes
terday decided that the clause of the
Slate Temperance law under which a
person may he fined lor Intoxlaatlon
and also be compelled to teetlfy where
be obtained liu liquor, U unconstitu
tional. Two of the Judge* dissented.
Sai.T La* a Cmr will petltlou Con
gress for the establishment of • Branch
Hint In that city.
The Salary Grab.
Following ft re ye<terday's proceed
ings In Congress upon I ho repeal of
this mostdlsg racefui swindle :
Sargent said lie thought It unfortu
nate (or the bill now under oousldera
Uou ilMt the Senate last evening adop
ted the amendment of the gentleman
froui Maryland (Hamilton), lie could
not move a reconsideration of the
amendment, not having voted for it.
but lie hoped that tome Senator who
did vote In the affirmative would make
• motion to reconsider.
The amendment of Edmund*, offered
last evening, that a reduction of sala
ries should take effect from March 4th,
1873, and that aooouuting officer* of
the Treasury shall compute accord
ingly. and make a rateable monthly
reduction from said ealarlea at the rate
necessary to affect this provision with
in nine months uext herealter, was re
fected—yeas, 30; nays, 30.
Boreiuan moved to amend, so that
tlie salary of the President, after
March 4, 1377, should be $33,000 per
annum. Lost.
Clayton moved to recommit the
peudlng amendment to the Committee
•n Civil Service and Retrenchment,
with Instructions to report a bill look
ing to a general reduction of all sala
ries of Government officers, both civil
and military, as far as could be done,
and that salaries be equa I lied accord
ing to tlie nature of the services ren
dered.
Clayton's motion was lost—yeas, 31;
naya. 41.
The question then being on concur
ring In the Senate substitute for the
House bill, Hamilton, pending the
vote, moved to arneud the limine bill
by 11 slug the salaries ul member* and
delegates nt $3,000 per anuuin Instead
of #0,000.
Edmunds moved to amend the
amendment by Inserting $3,000 ln«te*d
of $3,800. Agreed to—yea*, thirty ;
nays, twenty-eight,
Edmunds moved to strike out In the
House bill tue words "actual individ
ual expenses of each Senator, repre
sentative and delegate." and insert the
words "mileage allowed by law prior
tn the psasage of thee At of March 3,
1873."
Morrill moved to Insert before the
word mileage tlie word "one half."
Morrill's amendment was rejected.
Cragln offered an amendment that
no mileage should be allowed for the
first sttrtslou of tlie Forty-third Con
gress. Adopted.
Edmund'a amendment was then
agreed to: yeas, 33; naya, 33.
Merrlman moved to Insert after the
word mileage, "and other allowances."
Agreed to.
(Gordon offered an amendment to
reduce the salaries of all officers of the
government. Including officers of the
Army and Navy, whose salaries ex
ceed $3,000.
Wright deprecated the amendment
as calculated to endanger tlie bill.
Pending discussion upon the amend
ment. the Senate w»nt Into executive
■cation and soon after adjourned.
A Theatricil Mystery.
[From ths 8*a Fraaclsco Alt* Jsaa try i lb ]
When the curtain rung up oil the
third net of the "Naiad Queen" at
the California Theatre last evening,
there were disclosed on the left a aofa
with a Ions black sack retting upon It;
on the right, a heavy deal box, made
of lucb pTauk. about aix feet long and
heavily bound with Iron, and to the
rear, a large, four-sided screen of blue
cloth, which could be easily moved at
will.
Professor Du Mar came briskly for
ward and asked any three gentlemen
from the audience to step upon the
stage. After some little dlfHotilty. the
requisite three stood forth. A pretty
yuuug lady In Turkish costume was
now led forth, and In a trice was en
veloped In a bag. It was a tight lit.
Being cloeely liej with ribbon, tbe
committee sealed It up. Tbe box was
now examined and then bound well
aud strongly with a rope. The knots
were tied with ribbon and likewise
sealed. The box was then locked with
three large spring padlocks. With a
smile of confidence each ol the com
mitteemen placed one of tbe keys In
bis vest pocket. The screen was then
Immediately lifted over both tbe aofa.
on which tbe enveloped daughter of
Turkey was reclining, and the well
closcd box. Id a brief space of lime a
knocklog was distinctly heard. The
screen being removed disclosed the
black bag resting en the box without
a cut. tear, or a seal fractured. The
rope being removed from the box, tbe
seals broken, and the thn • locks un
fastened, tbe young lady stepped forth,
flushed but undismayed. A salaam
and she withdrew, the curtain descend
ing to loud applause. The Illusion Is
an excellent and attractive one, aud is
another trump card played by the
management of the California Theater.
Gold as Money.
So long as gold shall bo better adapt
ed for tbe purpose, and shall be uni
versally received by tht nations as
the staudard of alt values, It will held
Its place In the monetary system of
the world as securely as the sun will
contlmie to bo the center of the solar
srstem. and the source of all light
and heat. No paper devloo can over
Impair this oMoo of gold. It can nev
er do auy thing except Impair tb* finan
cial prosperity of a people that at
tempts to give to "airy nothing" tlte
supremacy Til their monetary system.
It It be said that we have got along
swtmmlugly for ten years without
gold, we reply that the fact Is quite
otherwise, and It Is as plain to bo seen
as any other fact In creation. Our pa
pet has all tbe time been measured by
the cold standard, and It* value has
varied from ninety to thirty-five cents
on tbe dollar. Tbe fact that our com
mercial reports have mado tbe paper
dollar the standard for measuring gold
lias not at all damaged tbe ca«e. In
itead of gold It has been paper that has
fluctuated la value.—Cincinnati Star.
Hanboldt Item.
[Proa the Rmliter, Jan. •.]
The Piute* ar* preparing for a grand
trapping expedition along the Hum
boldt river. Natchez ha* tent to Camp
Slcltormlt an J other placet for a large
iinmher of trap* which he ha* lu «toro
hi ililfeient point*. He «aya tltat bea
vrr ami other fur bearing aiilmala are
very abundant thl* Winter.
The County Coinoiluloner* have
been In aettlen all week. Titer will
complete the work of till* 'esafon to
day. A payment of $I5,U00 wai paid
to A. Murphy, the Court-house con
tractor.
The DWtrict Attorney haa collected
all the delinquent taxe* for the year
1873, without the ueceulty nt bringing
a single lult; aouielblag without pre
cedent lu the hlatory of thltor any oth
er county In the State.
Fifteen thouuud dollar* worth of
the Court-hou«e bond* were *old to
partlea In San Francl«co. at two per
uent. above their par value, that U, the
915,000 told for $15,300.
Reese River Item.
[From the Jsaearjr 7.]
While llie Battle Mouauln stage
wa* between llot Spring) mid Moun
tain Spring*, last night, one of the
wheel horses stepped lu a rut anil fell
aud broke hi* leg. The stage writ* de
layed a iliort time In oonscqnence.
The weather at present I* mild and
balmy. The (now ha* entirely dlaap
peared and the ttreet* are dry. Taken
a* a whole, we have enjoyed an extra
ordinarily mild and pleatant Winter
—»o far.
Dr. Bogsrt. Ills attending phy*lolan,
Inform* u* that Broderlck, who wa* In
jured In the recent milling disaster, I*
wiling e**y, and that the Indication*
for lit* recovery are favorable.
It la expected that the Manhattan
mill will atart up some day of the
pre*ent week.
One of Dan De Qnllle's items (a load
of hay) passed this office todsy; the
tint we have noticed lor some time.
Official Dead-heads.
From the report ol the Grand Jury,
of Washoe county, published In the
Ileuo Crucent of January Sth. we clip
the following on the subject of free
passes to public officer*:
We have serious doubt* as to the pro
priety of county officer*, travel Int; with
Ireo passes, luruithed by Hallrn.id
companies. A* there Is no direct »tat
ute ntcalu«c the practice the recipient
ol thW enulvcal favor, niny content
himself with the happy reflection that
lie violates no law; but whether Hie
duties of hi* office be ministerial or de
liberative, and whether ha be swerv
■red froiu duty or not. lie cannot be
free from a sense of obligation to the
company, nor can he esca|>eat least a
suspicion of corruption. All of which
I* retpeclluliy submitted.
11. II. Bkck, Foreman.
A Thing for Congress to Find Out.
If there U any * nod reaton why we
(hoHld expend $l0.u00,000 every year
lu keeping up a little army of 3'i.OOO
men. while It costs Great llrltaln only
$70.000,(XX) to maintain an army four
time* at large, we should llko to have
It shown. The British *oidler.oertaln
ly as effective a* the average private in
our regular army, com (£13 per an
num lu one of the moil expensive
countile* on the globe. The cost of
the American soldier, on the other
hand, average* over $1,200 per man.
Nor ls It easy to see why the admlnls
tratlou of our War Department, which
has charge of tlio bu*lue«* of no *mall a
military lorce. and ha* nothing what
ever to do with pensions. ihould cost
almost a* much a* the British War Of
fice, with It* enormou* ariny and pen
don business, Its big salaries, retiring
allowtnce*. and lu tincture*. 1'he
Wnr Department cost barely $100,000
per annum for Its entire adiatulHra
Hon. 20 year* since. I* there any *nffi
eient ressou why It should cost over
$■<00,000 a year when we are once more
working on a peace establishment?
ThW is one of the thing* that Congress
should 11 ml out.—CnclnnatlCommercial.
Tim Gold ft* Fi.krck.—Tills mine.
■Ituated lu Peavlue Mining District, U
progresilng finely—the work on It be
ing vigorously prosecuted. On the
31«t ol December they *truck the ledge
lu their tunnel, about 100 feet from It*
mouth, and at the depth of OS feet
the ledge Is nine leet wide and rapidly
Increasing a* they tlnk down. The
body »f ore Is solid quarts, with a
streak of ore one foot In width resem
bling the famou* Paymaster. The
company are actively engaged In ex
trading, and have now on dump, a
large body of splendid ore. ready for
milling. A contract ha* been closed
by the company, with the Auburn
Mill Co. to cruth their rock, and
thould the weather and roads prove
favorable, hauling the rock will com
mence on Friday of thl* week. This
mine 1* entirely owned by a few ol
our citizen*, who are very sanguine re
lative to It* rlchneu and value. Suo
ce*s attend them.—Reno Crescent. Jan
uary 8.
Ymtkiway we published a few ex
amples from the Senate Contingent
Fund, In which the curloui reader
found much new Information. The
Suautlty of real stationery which the
Button oonsuine l« something pro
digious. and the number of fancy ar
tloles constructively classed In this
flexible categerr It Incalculable. It Is
a little melancholy to see that only
one geld tooth-pick It charged to the
entire Senate. There mutt be some
thing wrong here; hut this abstinence
Is offset by the vWltlng cards, plates,
and other perquisites. — -Yew York
Tribune.
Hkrk's an example for bores: A
man In Livingston county. Ky.. hangs
his hat on a gate pott and talks to It
for ten hours at a time.
DAM -LYNCH - In Oakland, Cal . D«Mmb«r SB,
Dwnn Qtort* W. Dim. •{ Oakland, to Mr*.
Matilda Lrnab, formarij o! Gold U1U.
Deaths.
HOLMS*—In Virginia City. January ». Mart
Maud UoIbm, a«d T1 j»ar».
NKW TO-DAY.
e. eater. w. s. uusx.
HAI8T & LILIEN,
CItII Engineers and Sur
veyors.
OFFICE* i
Tlraiela Oir-W RMlk('HrHl,M|«elli
Odd Fellawe' Blerk.
Odd Hill-Over OjkMaVi mi«H.
iiOTICE.
U7K. THE UNDERSIGNED. HAVE THIS
™ day formed a n»weoperinmhlp to doe
mmltailtm. Either will alga for debts dee
ike late Arm of Mercer A Teeker.
RICHARD MERCER,
J. H. TUCKER.
Oold Hill, Jan-arj 10,1(74. )«10 lot
Nlilfr TO-DAY.
D, ■. a allatim . l. d. nuoi.
D. S. fiALUTIN A CO.
ItllHIW f O. T. ]
MAIN BTKIKT. COUjHILL, H«T„
....uiiiniJ...
H A R DOTAR E
Oflvtn D«»on»iu«,
MnilAND UNIltG SUPPLIES |
[Stoves, TlnrWare, J
—AVip
HOUSE f URNI8HINO OOOD8 I
Til. COPPER AID, SHEETIRON WORKI
I
DON* Tfl ORDKR.
EVE Rr THING GOES!!
AT AUOTION PRICES!
BURRALL'S,
Nartbaaat iimr C imI Tartar ilrHtii |
Virginia, Nev.
holiday"GOODS I
And my Kotlr* Stock of
BOOKS, STATIONERY,|
TOYS AND PANOY GOODS,
A» «l'm NIIEI.VINO. Know CASKS lad *11
FIX (TUBS', will b* (old ooL
A* my dock I* acknowledged to be the flnnt
and b««t tworttd In the Hum, It will be greatly
to the advantage of til la Virginia. Gold IIIU,
Silver. Dayton. Canon, Rano and rlelnltle*.
who may need anything la my line, tn rraall or
large quantltle*, fur
THE HOLIDAYS,
Or tor any time. to wet)re the GREAT BAR
GAINS now offered In
School Book*,
Blank Book*. New
Book*. Bible*. Prayer Book*.
Oold Pen«. P'.ctnrea, Diarte*, Memo
randum*. Album*. Portfolio*, liner* Glaaiee,
frame*. Pine Cutlery. Blrda. Bird Cage*,
Lunch Bwketa. Stereoecopea, Stero
oecople View*, Lrgal Blank*,
Legal Htatlonery, Wilt
ing paper of all
■Ind*,
Children'* Carriage*.
TOYS OF 1.000 KI.UDS !|
And a boat of D**lrabl* Ooodi for all.
Tkm Mm art Ataalala, aa I laUad I
to rloae baalaeaa.
tw A C*«h fnMnmer for th* ahore ENTIRE I
STOCK AND ni'SINKHH can get a moet ad ran
tag*oa* bargain by applying auon.
WILL H. BURRALL,
Nartbeaat earaer af C a ad Tartar at reels* |
VIRGINIA. NKVADA.
d«W n«t t»
P A I NO!
H. Ma JEWETT,
MAIN STKBKT. GOI.D II11,1.,
House, Sign and Carriage |
PAINTER,
Graining,Paper Hanging,&c ]
A GOOD STOCK OF
WALL PAPER
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
JalOtf
ENGINE J40U8INC !
ON Saturday EVENING nett tiie
member* of Yellow Jacket Engli a Com
pany, No. t pmpoee to houa* their new (tram
eagloe with appropriate caramonle* A cordial
I a ▼ i tat Ion la ettaaded to themeabanof th*
Oold 11111 and Virginia Fir* Department*, and
all friend* of the company, to be preaent on tb*
occasion. By order of the
Ja»it C-miitTTii nr Aaamoimirra
UNITED STATKS REGISTER'S
SUMMONS.
No. WO.
IN Till U. B. LAND OFFICE OF THI DIS
1 trlct of Oareon City, Nevada —The people
of the United Hlalea toCha*. M. Pryor. Tunnel
Iload Co., Peter Newcnmb Kelly, Martin Male
h»n, rierce Pollard, Ilenrj Diamond, Qeorge
Plneterer, Solomon Nelll and Lydla E. Fox,
greeting:
You are hereby anmmoned to appear before
mo, at idj office, la Canon Olty.on the 10th day
of rebraary, a. d 1874, at 11 o'clock, a. m„ to
anewer tha complaint of lb* Imperial Silver
Mining Co. and tha Empire Mill and Mining Co.
averring jronr claim to Lota No. IftaeB (15),eli.
teen (18i. eeventeen (17), eighteen (U) Mid nine
teen (It), In Block No. oaa (1). Range U; tha
•aatara one-third portion of Lola No. twenty
all (**>. twenty htm (t7), aad aorth ifty feat
ol Lot No. twenty elgbt (»). to earn a block and
range; Lot No. ten (10), Hock No. oaa (1).
Range B. aad Lot No. three (I), Block No. ooe
(1), Range A, all In the town alto of Gold Hill.
Storey county, Nevada, to be nnjuat aad Illegal;
aad. then and tbere, do jon abow canee, II any
there be, why the claim ol eald Imperial Blver
Mining Co. and Empire Mill aad Mining Co.
•hall not be recognljed aa ln»t and lecal, and
be allowed In enttr the add land—falling In
which. Judgment will be taken agalnat too
To tbe United Btatee Marabal or deputued
cltlien (reeling: Make aarrlca aad return
hereof.
Ulven nadar my band tbla 8th day of Jan nary,
A. D. mi. ADOLPIIUS WA1TZ,
Reirieter.
jalOIOd Dlatrlct ofCareon City, Nevada.
WOODVII.LK GOLD AND MLVEB
Mining Company.-Location of principal
place of boaineee, Man Franclaco, California.
Location of Worki, Gold Hill, Storey county,
Nevada.
Notice la hereby given, that at • meeting of
tha Dlrectore, held on the lib day o> Jaaaary.
in*, an aaaeaemrat (No. I) of Ooe Dollar and
One-qaarter (|1 18) par ihare waa levied npon
the capita) etock of the corporation, payable im
mediately, la United Btatee gold coin, to the
Secretary, at the office of the Coanaav. Room
No. 5 Uayward'a BalMIng, 418 California etreet,
Baa Franclaco, Callfonila.
Ant etock npoa which thla aaeraement ehall
remain oapald on tha 11th day of February,
1(74. will be dellnqueat. and advertleed for eale
at pablla aactlon, and unleea payment la made
be/ore. will be eold on TUESDAY, the M
day of March, 1*14, to pay the dellaqaeat
aeeeeement, together with coat* of edvertlalng
and ezpeaaee of eale.
A. NOEL, Secretary.
Office—Soon No. • Hay ward'* Building. 411
California etreet. Ban Franclaco. Cal. jalO td
CAUTIOW 1
CALEDONIA SILVER MINING COMPANT.
Stock eold to pay amonnt dae on Aiaeei
mentNo.lt: .
Cert. In name of No She. Bold. Left.
MTS.Olatler I ACo.Truataee... 10 IX
IMl.Marye O T. Truetee • X *X
8Ui.Miner A Hall,Truateea.... 10 1X JM
tm.Mlaeg A llall,Trneteee.... 10 1* »K
M44.Mlaer A llall.Trneteee .55 —
SHO.Mlaer A Hall.Traeteea. .. ■ X if
4060.Norwood WE,Tnwtae... ■ * JK
114t.Rlchardi>on R A, Traa.bal. *X X J,
IMT.RIcbardeon B A, Trvatea.. 10 ]X »X
MM. ItlcbarUeon K A. Trnatee.. 10 1M «M
NM.Rlcbardeon E A, Tnatee.. *• "X
>448. Wegener H. Trnatee 1 1 •
The pa bile le cautioned agalnet negotUtlng
aald certificate*. _ _
R. WEOENER, Secretary.
Saa Franclaco, January 8,1174. Jail) Iw
QMTHmi'l CLOTH ISO. ETC,
QHKA.T
CLOSIHB OUT SALE
BANNER BROTHERS I
C«r»«r O m4 T*rl*r Mrwu,
VIRGINIA CITY,
THI MAGNIFIOKNT STOCK
....ov....
WINTER CLOTHING
....WILL U.m«
SACRIFICED
• •••AT****
BARIHEK
BARGAINS I BARGAINS!
FOR THE MILLION
....AT....
BANNER BROTHEBS
CLOTHING!
• •..OF ...
SUPERIOR MAKE,
8TYLI8H, GENTEEL,
....AT....
BAWFR BROTHERS
t
If joa have mjr n.«l for
WINTER CLOTHING!
And dwlr. to bnjrjcood. »t for
LOWER PRICES THAN EVER
....CALL OS,...
BANNER BROTHER*
DURING Till URKAT
CLEARING OUT 8ALE !
j«i if
G. ABRAHAM,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
33 North € Street,
VIRGINIA CITr,
gBOS reepeclfnllj to Inform bU friend.
and cu»lomer» that to meet the require- jtj
ment. of bli raet baalnen, alio lo lnenra a
perfect It tod to ae to be able to guarantee en
tiro Mtlifketlon, bo hae at groat expenae •»
cared tbo ecrrtcea of a FIRST-CLA88 CUT
Tin, dlroct from Parle. Hoping tbat bo will
bo favored wltb a contlouaace of tbe patronise
of Virginia Cltj, be will try to doeerro their
confidence bjr a eontlnned attention to their
waata.
C. ABRAHAM,
tt Xorth C Mroet, Vlglnls C'iljr,
...on....
IT, 33 aad It Second etreot, San PranclMo.
dels IB
Popular Clothing House
REIN8TEIN A CO.,
MAIS ITim, COLD HILL,
J^KWKST AND MOST 8TTLISB
GARMENTS
Irir Imported.
MATTRK88E8,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Of Irtry Description.
We can epecltl titration to oar wry enperlor
Mock of
Men's and Boys' Clothing,
BATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
■ad Bibktr Coo**,
Ifika Imi lu frtMlMi Maaafbetara.
We Invito Inspection of oar food* tad prleti.
Wl« RKINSTKIN * CO.,
ABITLSilSK'H CUffHIKfl.KTC.
—7"
THE WHITE HOUSE I
S*. 10 RMrtk C ItfMt,
TIUUIXU, NIT.
WHETHER STOCKS AM CPOE
down, or money U plfoUWI or
icArcit or bu§ln»#« brlik or olherwUo,
A
Prafldnt is to willal way* »eek *°get
the worm of hl« mooey In wJ""**r
article ha may Ind it nccceaary to In
vnt, tod It li a
DEAD
* ISAACS, No. 1« South Catr*et,Mr
glula City, If he wlahea to purehaae an
elegant anil of
CLOTHING
Of tha moat fwhlooab'a cut, eubetanllal
manufacture and durable fabrlce. The
WINTER STOC K jnat opened at the
While llouae—fliet, and beet, clothing
ptere aouth of l.'nlon atreet, on C—em
brace* every article In the Clothing and
Kornlihlng Cloud* line, and no
MAN
Who I* a Judge of #ne, faahlonable.dur
able and well-made clothing, and who la
at all familiar wilh thecoet prlcea of
ancb artldee and the lalee of freight
from commercial ceniera lothla market,
can rater the WHITB HOUSE. Inepeet
the varied and mammoth aloclc kept by
COHN it ISAAC'S,and aacertaln their
prlcea, without being aatonlabcd at the
anperlor quality of gooda and ll>e »ery
low prlcea to be
FOUND
In *n Interior town no fir removed from
the manufactories of inch artlclce. The
uew riock Jo«t opened In the WU1TS
1IOUHK by COHN * ISAACS le the
largeat Invoice nf Winter Clothing ever
brought Into the State of Nevada, em
bracing Alaaka. Chinchilla and Heaver
Overruete; Kngliah. French and Ameri
can OaMlmere. Helton, Beaver, Diagonal
and Broadcloth lireaa and Banlnrfe
ttaita lor men and boya: Furnlahtng ■
Ooodf and Underwear of every deecrtp
Hon and Quality; Hats, Cape. Boon,
Shoe*, Uverehnea, Umbrella', Rakber
Ooode of >11 klnda, family Blanketa,
Tranka, Vallaee, Hatcbele, and.
IN
Fact, an endlera variety of articles both
useful and ornamental. Tbetrfooda are
aelected especially for thla market, ar«
parcbaaed from drat banda at the loweet
caah ratea. and they are therefore enabled
to aell the very beat clothing at the very
loweet flnrea. Thla acroonta for the
lane trade which tbry have bnllt np,
and wblcb tbeyare determined not only
to maintain, bat to Increase. by fair and
liberal dealing, ai d by avoiding tlioaa
little "legitimate" deceptlona which
would gain them asmall pruftl today
and loe« them a regnlar customer to
morrow, f-r COIIM Jk 1MAACM are
permanently located la
VIRGINIA!
JaC tf
WALLER'S
CLOTHING BAZAR,
Id Or. UaU'a New BallJInf.
MAIN WTKKKT OOI.P HILL.
M. F. WALLER
CALLS PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO
tola well-eeleeud (lock of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
....coxniTH* or....
ORRMft ANI» ni'AINRMH NI'ITM,
DOYft* CI.OTIIIXJ,
FlRNHIIINf! flOOOH,
HATS. BOOTH. MIORft,
TRUNK*, VALIftEM,
Kir., which he oflera
AT NEW YORK PRICES!
rWCill end turn las before parchailnftflee.
where. drlO If
JOE BARNERT
INFOHMR HIS FRIENDS A NO COS
tomrre. aad the pabllr generally, that be la
now opening in Enilro New and well Mlecud
WINTER STOCK of
CUSTOM-MADK CLOTHING,
Genu' Fnrnlahlng flood a. Sole-Leather Trnnka,
VaJlaee, llate, Cape. Blankeu, Etc.
JOB BARNEKT.
Next door to Bank of California, Virginia.
detT tf
GOLD HILL SOCIAL
Tiib sixth hhmi-monthly pakty
of thla Club will b« gl»»n on
FRIDAY EVENING, JAN. 10,
At Itinera- t'nlon Hall.
Ducliu to commence ««fh r rentnr it I o'clock
punctually, and continue till 11
Thou doalrona of Jolnlc* cm onlr do K>
through ippllcai'on br letirr. directed to th«
(»ld 11111 Social Club. Poat Offlc*. (told Dill.
W. R. HI80N, I'realdrnt.
II W. Omr»»rrK. Kaarrlary. ociatf
a. «. CBANI. I. L. EifTINOi, J. I. DiTII.
HATES, HASTINGS & CO.,
IVrORTlM AND JOUKJU IN
WINES AND LIQUORS,
•OS and 013 rraal itml,
jtK tr Mir rmrcnco, cau
HOUSE AND CABIN
TO RENTI
rQUIRK OF JOSEPn CONSIDIN'R, J
»t Pnnkcl't Oroc«7 Btora, Milu I
•tract. Onld Hill. orttf J
P. MANSON, M. D.t
Physician and Surgeon.
ornaimn&g:2ffv&um'
d«tMm
1. a. lAMUa. T. ». UAItDXKV.
HARRIS it GARDNER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
omcl — Rwod floor Donjlti Balldlnf,
Room Jl. SonUi C (treat. Virgin!*. )«7 tf.
INTERESTING LECTURE I
Tn* hiv. Kcoun bhuhit will n«.
tl»«r • Ltctar* it Mlnen' Union Rtll,
la Ooid HUI. on WISDSKSDAY KVENINO,
Jiantrr II. ».«, commencing tt 1M o'clock.
Sgbtwt. "IRISH HUMOR AND VALOR."
Tlekttt, $lflO. jatd
BIT C00>», Kit.
THE PI Mil EE R
DRY GOODS
Established Id 18#1 f
.ATE8T FA8HION8
....A*....
FR A NKENHFI.TIER'S !
FAMILY
DRY GOOD* STORE !
COLP HILL.
J CUT IBl'liriB, A »BLI(IT .
IJtock of
DRE88 GOODS!
Tbli Department I* replete with ilifut,
aorel ud a pacta! itylM, aad eoaaUtataa the
moat complata aaaoruoanl ercr offered Id tbla
town.
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS
Hamate/, Scotch and Irleh Dtauk;
Damaak Table Cloth* ud Napkiaa
Towele ud Toweling:
Linen ud Cotton ShMtloc* tad ShlrtUcf
Blanket! ud Qnllta;
Colored and whit* FUaaala;
Table ud Pluo Corerej
Lac* Cirttlin, He., Ac., Ztc
At Greatly Reduced Prices!
Udlaa', Cblldraa'a aad QnU' Hoelerr of ail
alaaa ud qaailtlaa.
Okrrae, Lacae, Embroidery la aata aad by ifc*
yard; nudkorchlaff.au.,ate.
Will tetl aa Phaaa far Caah aa aai
•«ara la tka liala I
J"tr. w. r»j>wn«wHitmit».
HOLIDAY GOODS!
J. HENDERSON & CO,
Bio to call tub attention or
lb* Ladle* of Virginia City, Gold U1U tad
nit/ to their Immeata atock of
BLACK AND COLORED SILKS,
PANOY DRE88 GOODS,
PLAIDS,
SHAWLS,
8ACQUI8,
Fur* in Great Variety,
HOSIERY AND CLOVES,
And aa lamuM Variety of
FANCY COOD8!
We larl • Special Attention to oar
MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
Which contain* all the
xovuTin or the iuiojii
And In order to reduce nnr dock before New
Year1*, a creel redaction baa be. a made on oar
already LOW I'ltlCKS.
MUej~>> 7J.M }!'OO T"18"1*0
Irfldloa' TH1MMRD IIATH, rron *1 Ml
And all otter {node equally low.
An early call li reepectfully eolldtad.
J. HENDER80N * CO.,
Hh. 74 and *0 Mouth C atreet,
VIRGINIA CITY.
deHtf
INVESTIGATE
AND YK KHALI, B BOOMS WMI
SCRIPTURE'S OWN TRUTH I
'PHB QCK8T10N ARISES NOW. LADIES,
I Where will yoa boy yoor DKK8H OOOLttt
for Winter wear, yonr TIUMMINHS. yonr
UNDEnWKAR. yonr HIIOR>, yonr HOSIERY,
yoor PHNNRLH, yoor MTT9UNS. yoor
SHEETINGS, yoor every thing In tba line of
DRY GOOD8 ?
I aay, InrMtlfata aad ye ahall became wlaa
to bay Ibem of
GALLAND!
wnrt
Pecanae ba baa a well selected atnek of atyliah
and doe food«: ba aell* them cheaper than any
other dry p>oda bouee la tbe State, aad baa bat
ONK PHICR FOR A 1,1.1
Olre OALLAND a call, and ya will becoaa
wlie, JO tl
JEWELER
...AXD....
8T AT ION E R .
rpni UNDERSIGNED KEEPS CON
1 •lastlj on baod fcLftrx* AMOrt
m#nt of I
COLD AND SILVER WATCHCS.
Dlaaaaada, Chain. I.ailn'
llrfir Raliaaa, Viaffr Rlaga,
Stll PMii ikuai, I.achat*,
Napkla llagi, lllm Mi,
IpwlatlM, fit., »««.
BLANK B00K8& STATIONERY
or ALL KINDS.
OLOOK8 FROM $2 BO TO MO
WATCH*8. CLOCKS tad JZWXLBT !U
palr»d with Kittim and Ultpttck. AO work
warrantad.
AOIWT for all tha Saeramnio aad Saa
Pranclacn DAILY AMD WKXKLY PAPERS.
All tba Lataat Bartern Partodleala aad Kan
ataca roaitantljr oa hand at law rricaa. D*>
llTtrad la aaj part of Iowa.
S. W."CHUBBUCKi
posTornrK. ooi.d uill.
dall tl
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
O. H. GALLUP,
lajaarfa Black,
MAIN RTBBBT OOI.D HIM..
Naxt door to tha Bask Kzckaap.
mi cnoicisT
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CI0ARS!
THE BUT BRAND* OF TOBACCO
la ail Ita Tarlatlaa.
Maararbaaai aad all Mkor Plwt. Fralta*
NalatCaadlaa, flH Cauarft
Ta?»» *naer Gaada,
iT.rjtklnr A No "|*'aid frlUCIS LOW
CrC(ll aad Im.^1
dall la

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