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'3.S. «S O" I UUl.»S.3\.4S •_*»! [Wtiti. 4 SO llulhou. "S 30 «X«l>UnUi. I liiO PcMlur. l.S Tfirr. IS. 'S to lt*S \«w Turk Cue.. I, 4',. 4Si l*> Kqh k«rlHxk«r, S, 7 ••SilAtitlM. IS. I'. UV) OMw (nil.. 1',. 1 Tt) Mock l»l*i:d, l.S 473 Mutro. 3S.3 370 I aohtntilrt Itaek Ulaiul, 1. 1<bl |)<tiion HW. *V 430 l.« It WiublnKion' 4S, 4. 373 MI»rr 1IIU, 1!. US Pitick'ii Opkiia IIoook.—Our thea tergoer* were fevered with * very en joyable entertainment at tlie Opera 1I«iim> la«t iilght. The opening piece, "Undo Dick's lurllng." wa* *plen didly enacted. Mr. Kaymoud. In the character ol Uncle Dick, created an ImnifiiH) .Amount of merriment. Ml** liiirdon enacted tlie character of Mary Helton very plea*ingly, and to the en tire •atWUctlou of the audience. Mr. Hilling* pewonatod Mr. Chevenlx In )ii« u«ual happy manner. Ml** Belle Dotiglat rendered the character ol Mr*. Torrlngtou very effectively. The |ierforinanc« concluded with the mirth provoking farce entitled the " Spectre llrldegroom." which fairly brought down iho hooM. The rUlbllltlee of tlie audience were kept con*tantly ex ercited from the commencement of tlie enactment of the play until It* conclu sion. Mr. Raymond'* Diggory wm one of hi* line«t effort*, anil kept the hnu«e in a continual uproar of laugh ter. Mr. Marden acquitted him*elf admirably In Xlcodemua. the gho»t. The exprettleu of fright on the coun tenance* of the re*t ol the performer* every lime the gho*t-llke clergyman utalkrd aero** the Mage, wa* ludlcroil* In the extreme. I.avinla. a* person ated by Mi*< Florence Kent. wa« the only courageou* one In tlie partv, anil gave a llual proof of her valor by agreeing to marry the gho*t. The larce lt«elf wa* tho be*t which h*« been produced at the Opera IIouw during the present «ea«on. Our Anierlcan CeuHiu i* announced lor to-night on the occailoa of Mr. lUytnonU't beneflt. The performance will conclude with a "Conjugal Le»*on." l'lie bill U » very attractive one and, without doubt, the famout liumorUt will be greeted with a crowded hou»e. A Kiiwr-Ci.A«e Ama* Okkicb.—The attention of our reader* 1* Invited to the advertlMtnrnt of the Com*tock I.txlo Ataay Oilli*. corner of C am Taylor itreet*. Virginia, which will be found In another column. Mr. Italch, the proprietor, ha* relltted and enlarged hi* otllce, and h«* aupertor facilities lor doing all kind* of work In tlie llue of aaaylng. Give liliu a call. MKTKOUOLOeiCAI..— 4 «»u j day vm delightfully mlltl and pleai ant. Tito uiu.l U drying up rapidly, ami (lie Indication* ure that the long reign of Winter I* over. Wo heartily r»Juice that the clerk of the weather ha* given u* a re*plte, ami our prayer*. In the word* of the poet, are, "Come Smitlc Spring; etlicrlal mildness, come." Kscami'mkst M«rrt*o.-Sllvcr Stat# Kucampmcnt, No. 7. I. O. O. P., will meet at Odd Follow*' Hall, Virginia City, at s o'clock thU evening, for the purpo«e of conferring degree* and the traduction of other Important bus lite<«. A full and prompt atteudanco of the iDoiiiher* I* ropii**ted. Pbk»»*au—<George Warren, of the llrm of Warren «t Klllebrown Tram ler Company, Virginia City, returned home irom Sacramento yesterday morning. The ten-re lllne** of one of hW children wh* the occasion of In* going below. We understand that the child I* better. Liht.-On Main street, Qold Hill, thU morning, two certificate* of Ken tuck Mining Company'* *tock. The tinder will leave the *aiue at L. II. Krankel'* broker otllce. See ad vertlteineut lu auotlier column. W otMK.—A gentleman who arrived irom San KraucUco. bring* the intelli gence that John Karuliam I* wor*e and U not expected to live. Hi* til*, case I* drop*y. Tiir weather at tho la*t moment h.*a gone back on u* with the inallclou* In. tentlon of making our meteorological item lueorrect. It I* *uowlng a* we go to pre** (I r. u.) AautMMKirr.—An aims incut ct ll?o cenU per share is levied by the lieu jaiuln Mill aud Mining Company. See official notice In our advertising column* to-day. l>KCKaaitn.—C. II. Demllng. pro prietor of a grocery store at the cor ner of II and Union street*, Virginia city, died last night of bralu fever. Anoi.ru Si-mo I* lu Washington, and, at present. I* actively engaged lu lobbying for his tunnel project. rumsuL lEcnm At a meeting of citizens of the State ol Nevada, held at Canon on Thurs day, March ID, 1874, In punuanoe of a call made by lion. W. W. McCoy, U. S. Centennial Commluloner, and lion. J. W. Ualnos, Alternate CominUilon er, lor the purpose of electing a State Itoard of Manager* for the Centennial Celebration and Exhibition, to be held In the city of Philadelphia on the Fourth day of July, 1870, lion. J. XT. Hal not called the meeting to order, and W. W. ilobart was elected Secre tary. The following resolution was adopted : llctolreti, That the State Board of Managers ahall consist of leventeen meiuher*, and that five member* shall coustltute a quorum for the triinaction of business. Tho following gentlemen were then elected at inch Board of Manager!: C. C. Stevenson and Thoa. O. Tay lor, ol Storey; Robert Koblnton, of White Pine: J. D. Sullivan, of Eure ka ; Capt. II. II. Day, of Lincoln ; F. A. Hall, of Nye; A. A. Curtis, of Lander; John C. Fall, of Humboldt; II. M. Yerlnetou. of Ormsby; II. K. Whltehlll. of Churchill; B. F. I^eet, of Washoe; O. C. Lsngtreo, of Lyon; J. U. Johnton. ol Douglas; Levi Wiltey, of Elko; Jerry Miller and B. 1*. llszeltlne, of Esuioralda. Hie following resolution was adop ted : Hnolctil, That tho Board of Man agers elected by this meeting this day, meet at Carson this afternoon at two o'clock, for the transaction of such butlncit at may come before them. On motion, the meeting then ad journed. W. W. lloiiAHT, Sec'y. 31 eeiiMff or im mud. The following gentlemen—C. C. Ste venson. II. F. lllce, O. C. I.angtree, 1). F. I.eeet and II. It. Whltehlll—consti tuting a quorum el t*i« State Iloard ol Centennial Manager* of the State ol Nevada, met at the lime appointed by resolution of the citizens' meotlng. held In Carton this day, In tbe olllce of tho State Controller. Mr. .1. YT. Haines, In the absence el Major McCoy. U. S. Centennial Coin inltsloner, anil by vlrtuo of bit being Alternato Ceiumltsloner, aeted at Chairman. On .motion of C. C. Stevenson. of Storey county. II. It. Whltehlll was elected permanent Secretary of the Committee. It wat then moved that when thlt Committee adjourn, It be until tho 18th day of April, and that It then moot In the olllce of the State Mineralogist, for tlie transaction of such business at thall come before It. Un motion, the Secretary was In structed to notify the gentlemen w ho Imd been elected member* of tills Com mittee of their election, and to Invite them to be present at the next meet lac. A resolution wat then passed re questing the proas of tho Slate to pub lish both the proceeding* of the citi zens' meeting and of this Committee. Tlie Committee (hen adjourned. J. W. Haikk*, Chairman ; II. K. Wiiitkiiii.Ih Seo'y, State Hoard 61 Centennial Managers. Larson City, March 11), 1874. A Waiinino At will lie teen from our Police Court Item, tlireo beyt of hoodlum proclivities were arrested to day for a inl«demeanor. It It to bo hoped that the lesson will not bo lost on other boyt of like proclivities. A few day* ago tome boyt In tho lower part ol town amused themtelvet by •toning an luoHt-iislve Chinaman. These Jiivenilet will learn eventually that the laws of tho land cotapel cor rect deportment on tho part of boyt, equally with adulta. Parent* will alto be ir In mind that they aro liable to prosecution If they allow their chil dren to bo absent from school during school hour*. Constable llarkln't prompt action in arretting the guilty partlet is to bo highly commended and we trust that Justice Wright will make an example of them. Our youth must bo made to learn that there It uo safety except to do right under all cir cumstances. Ukand An.mvemauy Bam..—The lUty-tlfth anniversary of tho I. O. O. F. will bo held at National Guard llall, Virginia City, on Monday even ing under the autplces of Colliax De gree of Kebekah Lodge No. 1. Tho Committee of Arrangements aro de termined to make Oil* ball one ol tho finest terpslchoroan entertainments of the season. Neither labor or expense will be spared lu carrying their pur pose into efleet. That tbe music I* to bo furnished by Prof. Dreyfous' band Is sufficient guarantee of Its excellen cy. Tho prompter, Professor Daniel Lyons. understands all about the busi ness and will make himself heard on tho occasion. For further particulars see advertisement under head of "Now To-Day." CUHOSOIiWiirAItt"" /i ivniivi vi ft• Nkivi wishes to know when Charles Dickens died, and says tint a contro-1 v«r<jr In* arlw* over the matter and that a bet U pending on the result. i We ire not surprised that the date ef Dickens' death should have escaped the memory of our querist, for the reason that so many notable person ages have pissed away within the last few years, that It is almost Impossible t<> keep track of theiu all. Now that I we havu given our readers time to try and recollect the dato themselves, we will answer the question : the distin guished novelist died Juno U, 1870. Oi-kha Mourns Matinkk.—To-iuor row (Saturday) aftoruoou, a grand mat tlnee will b« Riven at Piper's Opera House, lor the accommodation of ladles and others, who are uuable to attend in the evening. The play for the occa sion will b* "Dot, or the Cricket on tho llearth." Our lady readers, should, by no means miss tho opportunity of see lug Raymond, the world-renowned comedian. V,l° bill Is a most attrac tive one and cannot fall to pleaso the ' most fastidious audleuoe. Amhuts.—Three lads were arrested on the Divide to-day by Constable llarkin tor breaking into the Khool house In that locality, damaging school furniture, and committing other dep redations. Officer (larklu locked them up In the calabooso for safe keeping. Their case is set for trial In Justice Wright's'Court to-iuorrow, at 1U a. m. A Chinaman was also arrested by the sain# olticer for stealing trout. Ill* trial was set for 4 o'clock this alter noon. Tiikathicai.. — Manager IMper baa nude arrangements to give a series of theatrical entertainments at the Car son Theater, commencing next Tues day night, and closing on Saturday night. The bare announcement that John T. Itsymond and Miss M. E. Gordon are to appear at the Capital, will be a suillcient attraction to draw crowded liotuet. Siiai>k Thkks.—We notlotd In towu to day a load of shade trees. Wo are glad to se«. on the part of our cit izen*. a disposition to beautify and adorn tlielr premise*. TELEGRAPHIC! EASTERN DISPATCHES. [inciiL to Til hli aru. daily ***» OOMMTIO IWTILLIOINOB XuutkawlU tonatorlal CoaMrt. Borro*, March 20.—The contett foi Senator It the theme In the State houK lobblee. It It uld that a canvttt ol the lloute thowt a plurality lor Hoar, a strong mpport for Dawet, and i amall number for Adamt. DMtracllt* Fir*. l'uiijtnci.i-uu, March 20.—Shaw'i block lu Bidleferd, containing fifteen •tores, a billiard hall and a number ol odlces, wat burnt llilt forenoon. I.ott unkuowo. (•■fnMltntl. Washington, March 20.—In the lloute, after the reading of the jour nal, Dawet, Chairman of the Wajrt and Meant CommltUe, garo notice that on Monday next he thould avail hlmtelf of the privilege to call up what It generally termed the Four Hundred Million Dollar Bill, with the understanding that amendment! re ducing the amount would be admitted, lie thould hlmtelf Introduoe an amend* inent to limit the United Statet to $305,000,000. The lloute then pro ceeded to the contldoratlon of the Qeorgla contetted election cate. ill ill* donate, linger preseuieu ■ Joint resolution of the California Leg islature, protesting against any fur ther subsidy to the l'aclllo Mall Steam ship Company; alse, a Joint resolu tion of the ume body, instructing Senator* and Representatives from California to use their Inlliience to liavo Articles V. and VI., of the treaty with China modltlcd, so as to dlscour ago further Immlgratlen of Chinese; referred, llager Mid the Chinese im migration was rapidly aiiuiulng such proportion* a* to require the attention of the Federal Qoveruuieut. The sub ject was not understood either upen the floor of the Senate or through tho country. The Xslftj Bualneaa. WAamsuTON, March 20.—Judge Noah DavU continued beforo the Way* and Means Committee to-day tho statement of his connection with revenuo cases, particularly that of l'helphs, Dodge it Co. lie said that Senator Colliding wai presunt at ills Interview with the Customs olllclul* In reference to that case, but he believed accidentally and without rcferonco to the caso, but belug present, he admit ted that Coukling read (he statute and gave au opinion that It was bryond doubt that the whole invoice was for. felted and recommended tuit against Phelps. Dodge & Co. lor the entire amount of tho Invoice. Davis gavo Ills opinion that the statute permitting tho solzure of book* and papers was In contravention of that provision of the Couitltutlon which secured citizen* from reasonable search and seizure, nud that tho statute ought to be re pealed. Tho District or Columbia In veallff* tloas. In the District of Columbia Investi gating Committee, this morning, the District authorities flled n written answer to tho charge* of tho memori alist denying each and every alleca tlon.lraud, conspiracy or confederation with John O. Evan* and other parties namod by the memorialist*. BY THeTcABLBS. 4'arll«t Nuermn. Lo*pox, March 20.—A Uayonne dis patch to the Carllst military agent here, say* that General l'aiaclo* li marching its tho direction of Madrid with 12,000 men, after defeating, with groat Iom, the Kepubllcau column un der Vallejo, 44 mile* southwest of Cu. enca. A Protective Mil NnfiMlIn Order. Madiiii), March 20.—The publi cation of unoillclal war new* I* pro hibited. BaSaru or a Portion ol the Aahantee EiMllloa. London, March 20.—Tlio Twenty* third regiment of Welsh Fuil leers, from the gold coast, dUoiubarked at Portsmouth this forenoon In pretence of an Immense crowd. The Mayor and Common Council met them and p relented an addreu. Their ronto to the railroad station was beautifully decorated and crowded with enthu siastic people. The weathor Is beau tiful. The troops wore the uniform u«ed In tho Ashantce expedition. The steamship Saratnatln, with the return ed Highlanders abonrd, Is In sight of Plymouth. WESTERN DISPATCHES [•riCUL T« TBI OCLD BILL BilLT KIWI.] PROM SAW FRANCISCO Rtn*>sh la Ik* I'I re Department Oppoalllou So I lie Womena' Tem perauea Movement — Menlllleil llarbor Comralaalon Bill Veload —Greenback*. San Francisco, March 30—1 v. u.— Chief Engineer Scanned has already commenced reiaotlng the foremen of engine companies In the Fire Depart, ment. but aunounces his Intontlon to appoint only sober, relisble men. Grocers, opposed to tho Wouiens' Temperance Blovement, will meet to night for the purposo of organizing their opposition. The body feund In the bay yester day has been Identified as that of Owen Itlley of this city. Governor Uootli, to-day, returned without his approval, tho bill relating to the State Board of Harbor Commis sioners. greenbacks, Oorun-wnBN vlctlma whoae lanja ara rsrkad and lorn with par«i;in» that U>reaUn tochoke Call that too hare to do I* to taka llala'i l'ar of lloraboand and rar. A rapid cum la certain, frltlantou'a, T Sth Avaauc, Said by all l)ruc;l<l<. Plhs's Tooth acha Dr-ipr cart la oaa minute. * FROM ELKO, NEV. Wnlbonid Trail MttlaM by Elko, Maroh 20. — Tho WdUm bound passenger train got stuck In the ■now till* morning, but succeeded In getting through after live bours' do Untlon. Convenient Arrangement. During tho past Summer and Fall, a well known Piute Indian haa been working oil the Adobe Meadowt, tup porting hli wife and two papooie*. During the Fall another Piute found hli wav to the peaceablt. wigwam of Piute Wo 1. and claimed the squaw a* his own. Much troublo and palaver was occasioned by this new arrival. The whlto frlendi of No. 1 were often coniulted In tho dire dilemma, and finely a lolutlon of the difficult prob lem was reached by the Indians, which did not leetn entirely te aatUfy the prejudices of the white neighbor*. One morning Indian No 1 appeared at the white settlement with a broad smllo encircling his swarthy feature*, and told Frank Shaw that Is was all right; that Indian No. 2 had given him $10 and taken the squaw. When Frank asked him what had become ef the papooses, he was cooly Informed that they had been thrown In as a sort of bonus to satisfy the other In* dim. He also told Frank tliat he could go to the Reservation and buy two young squaws for the same mon ey. This same dllllculty, had It oc curred to a whlto family, would have cost much mixtion and money, and could not posilbly had such a sails, factory result.—Uoriu Mtnrr March U. SYMPTOMS OF CATARRH. Dull, heavy headache, obstruction of haul passages, tllschargo (allliiK Into thrnat. sometime* profuto, watery acrid, thick and tenacious, mtirotu, purulent, tnuco-purtilunt, bloody, put rid, title ml vp, etc. In other! a dry nosi, dry watery, weak or Inflamed eyes, ringing In the ears, dealneM, hawking and coughing to clear tht throat, ulceration*, scabs from ulcers, voice altered, naul twang, offensive breath, Impaired smell and tasto, diz ziness, mental depresilon, tickling cough, etc. Only a lew of the above symptom* are likely to !>e present In nny cane at onetime. No disease Is wore common or less understood by phyeiolans. The proprietor of Dr. Singe's Catarrh Itcmedy will pay. 9100 reward fer an Incurable case. KE.it) Wit A T IT WILL DO. ISiiookvim.k. I'd., April 27, 1972.— Dh. It. V. 1'ikiick— Sir: Having llrst applied to sumo home plivalclaus and failed to gut relief. I resolved to try your Heniedy. Four buttles hnve completely cured me of one of the worst cases of Catarrh of which I have any knowledge, having suffered for months with an acute pain In the head, and breathed only with the greatest dlfllculty. I deem It duo you as well as suffering humanity that this recognition be made of what we deem an Invaluable medicine. Ciias. tj. Anprkion. Dimd, Hcai.m AND tliiR When M. Y Waller. the well known and v»ry popatar Oold mil clothier, resdi the tteflanl and Ingenious manlfeetoes ef other dealer* threatening te mII clothing st lew tkaa cmi, or eaylng that tlieir •tuck Is I lie brat In the country, be uiurely allows a charitable •mil* to cuiTum his genial coaulensnce like a gentle sepbyr rippling the calm surlscs of Lake Tahoe. tie iwlrb his manly luualacbn and rrtaark" : " That's not huilucas. l/l gentlemen conie snd Iraile with me, snd when they eee that the; can buy ••ee rier good* at le>< price and go boms every way bettrr suited, then thejf will the better under •laud whom to trade with hereafter." Waller calla particular attention to hi* eiteaelve *tock ol new good*. Let others talk blaod, KSl|ia and hair, but Waller will go on In ths even teuor of bis wsj, selling Hr*t-rale good* cheap. • Pine Pnoroosarin.—Dr. A. J. Ileal**, whose photegrapli gallery Is oa ths corner of Mala and I'loneer •treet«,ha* Juet rccelrod and set up, ready for lie, one of ibe celebrated Dall merer len*e«,4xt In (lite, and what la called a quick worker, enabling him to tske tbo portralta of cbildreu In three eeeoaCe, or even lex Urns. It slw enable* him to take photograph* of ths large*! puealhle rise, carda anil amprotypea, In fact any kiu I of likeneaa that la now taken or ma; be required. The Doctor la one of ths oldeat, meet thorough and experienced artlata In ths United Slate*, slwaje anxious to aatlaiy, and will not allow any thai mar furor bltn with their patronage to go awajr iliiestlafled. UIts hltu a call and prove the truth of what we aaj. Dancimu Acadsnt.—James K. Wilson would respectfully Inform lbs lovers of ths healtbfal anil bsautlflil art ofdanclng that he ha* opened a Aral claw Dancing Academe In National Guard Hall, hmlth etreet, Virginia, where Instruc tion* will he given ••follows: (ientlemsn's C'Ism-Monday and Thur*lsjr evening. l-adlee' Glass — Montlsy and Thorwlav afterooona. I^ullca' and Children* Cla*a—Wednesday snd Saturday afternoons. Korlue dsnunte every Saturday evening. 7 ClIKAl' n.KiT" itII nUOKa.—v. A. nrniluinil at No. 11 North 0 etreet, Virginia, In autldpa llun of a removal of hit eplendld (lock of Hoot* ami Hkoe* lo No. 101 Hon Ik (.' atreel, will for tba n«it two wreka aril Iloota and Hhoee at greatly reduced price*, In order to xn the coal and trouble of tranapnrUtlon. Thoae lu Dead of anything In kla Una will da well to give him a call before purchaaliig. It 10 To OwRua or Rial RaTATi.-roraona own ing lota In the town of Gold Kill, and who are dealrou* of havlag the >ama •nrveyed and en tered on the new map, will plea** rail al Judge lUblnaon'a offlre, oveMJIbaon'* Halixin, on any week day, between the hour* of II and 4. and leave their namee, when the mallei will b« promptly attended to by Meatra. Ilalat * Lilian, Civil Knglneera and Surveyor*. M Fo» the very beat rnoiograph*. go to Br»dl*J k Rulofaon'a Oalleij without H TAJ RS KASCHNl) IN THK KI,K\ ATOR, No. t« Icomenr a treat. Han KrandK*. Yi who Inveatlgala Uallaad'a advarllaamenl akall beeome *IM. JOSEPH FREDERICKS, W HOMMALK AND KKTA1L WAR1-I llOL'HB OF > ttll.L CIIKMICAlJt. rAINTK, UIU WINDOW UI.AMt, PACK It IIAN<JIN<J<*, WINDOW NllADKM, duck NiinirriNUH, PlCTt'KK KKAXRM n*4 nOI.DINUM. JOSEPH FREDERICKS, No. 43 Moalh C Krreet Vlralala Constantly keep* on hand a large aaaorlaaam of all art Idea for Mlllmati'a uae, Intituling Saglleh Blnraian*, «*<Han* I'taaUa •f Pataulaai. lalpkarlt mmd •Ikrr Adda, Klc., IK, Oider»forPAlNnN<TPAritRIN0.0LAZIl«0, ete., ete., promptly attended to. ml If a. o. rum. «. t . manaoa. i. j. huh I HAYES, HASTINGS & CO., mrOKTCEN AMD JOBBER* in W1,\ES ADD LIQUORS, | U« and «I3 I'renl atreel, art If m rtAICMCO. CA1. | AA CAMMY* or auLPHUIII0| ACID, foraalabjr r. i~ uiaaiNH, falTIf (Virner R and Taylor Hta . Virginia. 500 TOJ<" WF C"Y®TAL SODA. | a. U lIHJUINrt, fe!7tf Oofwr B a»d Taylor It*.. Virginia. TVDC IICTAI of suriRionyuAL I Trc lilt I AL ItyforaakIn qsaattttae (• fuTt >t th« (Toi.d Quel* Rm oflkc. I QlritlE MEI'S CLOTHING, ETC, CHEAT GLOSIMG OUT SALE BANNER BROTHERS I C*ra*r O u4 Taylcr Mmti, VIRGINIA CITY. THE MAGNIFICENT 8TOCK WINTER CLOTHING ....WILL SACRIFICED BANNER BROTHERS BARGAINS I BARGAINS I FOR THE MILLION ....AT.... BANNER flROTHEHS CLOTHING! ....or ... SUPERIOR MAKE, STYLISH, GENTEEL, ....AT.... BANNER BROTHERS If yon lure any need for WINTER CLOTHING I And deelre to baygoodeat farj LOWER PRICES THAN EVER ....CALL OW.#.. BANNER BROTHERS DUItlNQ THE OltEAT CLEARING OUT 8ALB! ml tf ATTENTION! ATTENTION! i WE TAKE TtltS METHOD TO CAM, jronr attention to ih» following HTATK MKNT UP KAl.TN, which wo are confident on •lamination will prut, true: FIRST —We hare the larrrat and flneet Store In the State, crowded with the beat eelocu-d •lock and lirunt variety of CLOTHING, Gentu' Furninliing (ioodo, HAT8 AND BOOT8, BOYS' CLOTHIHI, RUBBER C10THIIS, Trunkal Vnllere •■< NatekrU. BECQND-That we keep A FINKRURADE of [Tie above named article* than any other Store In the State. THIRD-That we alto keen* lam a«,ort ment of MEMUM CLASS GOODS, euchaa are kept In other Blorea. FOURTH, and tail-That we are deter mined to UNDERSELL anything we com* acroea In onr line. We. therefore, eitend to onr nnmeroui friend*, or "any other Man. Woman or Child," ■n Invitation to CALL FIRST ON US, aud tee for themaelree. TO MINERS! The patronage and confidence of whom we have enjoyed to leng, Wit ESPECIALLY INVITE TOU to call and eiamlne nor Hlock. aud Mtlefy yeareelvee of the fUUUAINS that we arv now prepared lo give yon. SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER IN ANY STYLE f REINSTEIN A WOLF, ml tin Mala Street. OiU Hill. NEW GOODS) NEW GOODS! C. ABRAHAM, Merchant Tailor, NO. 23 NORTH C STREET, VIItOlNIA, QALLS TUB ATTKNTION OP TUB PUBLIC TO IIIH KINK ftTOCK OK PANTS PATTERNS, V K8TINGW, nnd SUITINGS. ....wnira m nu..,, JU8T HECEIVED! .... anii wmru in.... MAKES TOIORDER IN THE FINEST STYLES, AND AT riUCKfl LOWER THAN HCRKTOFORK. Oant1em*n la nr*d of tn;lhln( In bli Mm will do wall by siring him a call. SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER! OP TUB BKST MATKKIALH, ANI) IN AN Y STYLE, Only Three Dollars. trli 1m JOE BARNERT INFORMS niB P III ENDS AND CDS umrr». ami Urn public pmerallj, that he la now opanlna an Bill Ira New aa<! well aelccled WINTKH STOCK of CU3TOM-MADK CLOTHING, flvata' Purnlablnf flood*. Hole-I^allwr Trunk., Tallaaa, llaia, Capa, Blaakrla, Kit. JOK BAHNRKT. Naxt door to Bink ^('allfurula, Virginia UEVfLKXK.VH CL0THIJI6, ETC. THE WHITE HOUSE I*. 1* Milk C llml, T1UUIMA. NBT. WIIKTHRR STOCKS AM UP OR down, er money It plentiful or Kirce, or baalarir brtak or atbcrwlae, A Pro»Hent rim will alwaya Mck to f«t the wurtn of bla inaaey la whatever artldo he may *ud It ntcnur; to la veil, and II It a DEAD Rant thine that b« will rtrlka a bee-Maa for the W1IITK MOtlMK of COHV * ISAACS, No. It Mouth Ualrrct, Vlr (lul* Cltjr. If he wiahea la purcbaaaan clrgantaaltof f CLOTHING Oflka matl fuhlonablecat, •nbrtantlal manufacture nod durable fabrlca. Tba WINTKIt STUCK Jeat opmoi at tba While lloaae—diet, and beat, dothlac atom aouth of I'nlon itrwt, on C—em braert trtrj article la tba Clothlni and FurnlaUlng Uooda Uaa, aad ao MAN Who la a Judm of flae, faahlonable. dur able aod welPmade clothing, and who la at all famlllar-wltk the coat prlcca of aacb article* and tba latea of frelrht rramreinmerclalreniera tolhla mar Wei, ran enter tba WUITK IIOl'SK. laapact the varied ami mammoth atoclc kepi by COIIN it ISAACS, auil aaccrtaln their prlcra, wllhmit MMg aatonlrbed at tba aaperlor quality of goada and tba »erj law prlcca U ba FOUND In in Interior Iowa >0 far removed from tb. maanfactorle* of nich article.. The new .lock Jutl opened In the WUITK HUt'HK bj COIIN * 1HAACH 1* the lafye»t Invoice of Winter C'lulblair ever brought Into the state of Nevada, em bracing Alaaka, Chinchilla and Heater Uverenati; Euill.h, French and Ameri can Caeelmer*. Melton, K*av*r, Diagonal and llroadelotb Dm and Unalneee Hulta lor men and boye: Fnrul.blag Uuodf and Underwear of every deacrlp llon and yuallljr; Mala, Cap*. Hoot*. Hboea, Overahoea. Umbrella*, Rubber (>o<>d> of all klnda. Family llUuketa. Trunk*, Valla.*, Halchole, aml,|_ JN Fact. an endle*e variety of article* Hath UM-rnl and ornamental. Tkair r*>de are aelrrted especially far Ibla market, ar* IHirrhaavd Iroin Aral hand* at the lowr.t 1 .Til rate*, and they are therefore rualilod to aell Ike very be*l clothing at the very lowed Ignrea. Tbla accuanta for the larg. trade which they ba«a tmilt np, and which tbey ar* d.lennlnad not only to malulala. but tn Incrcaac. by fair aad llkeral dealing. and by avuldlug tboao mile "legitimate" deception* which would sain thema*mall pniHt today and loa* them a retrular customer to morrow, for COIISI * IMAAflt ar* permanently located In VIRGINIA! feiotr R008 BROTHERS, ....Of TIB. ..• PALACE CLOTHING STORE, mo. 99 Mouth € Street, t» (JAVIHO RENOVATED AND RE-® ■ rl Sited their lArg. Blur, throughout,* sand having lormcd bualneaa Conner I Ioij a "both In Han Prancl.ro and tb. great-t 3 Wh.le.al. Marta of tb. Atlantic Htatea.x u which .nahlet them t. annionnc. ronm Idently that they CAN aad WILL SELL -PINE OLOTIIINU CHEAPER TIIANo 2 ANY OTIIBR IIOUSI ON TIIE COAHT.o a. beg leave to call th. att*utlon of the*, « People of Weat.ru Nevada to th*lr very^a tl eitenalv. and cbolc. Aaaortmeat of Flue_« Cuatom-nad. _ OLiOTHI no FURNISHING GOODS, ....COMMWrNQ.... FINE NEW 8TYLE CASSIA ERE SUITS, HATS AND CAP8, BOYS* CLOTHING, H08IERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, CALIFORNIA BLANKETS OTrmlUi Dark Panto. Illmif«i Trilkit Valieoo aed Tratrllea llanllai^ krrrhlrl». XMIWIllfni Tloe, U*WR, Can*. and la fart •vary ortlfle uaa nllr hrailaa FIRST-CLASS ESTABLISHMENT. BOOS BHOTBEBS' PALACE CLOTHING STORE, NO. U HOOTII C MTKEKT. m« In TREES AND SHRUBBERY! W. H. H. LEE * CO., H*. 11* K alreai, iHtMMl*, Oal. D BALER* lit ALL KIMD6 OF FRUITflk tod ORNAMENTAL S TREES, SHRUBBERY"* VINES, lielndlnt thf cholrr.l rarletlaa of Avpl*. Fur, Prar.b. P.am. Q.lace, Shade Tree.: Kaapbrrry, Hlacklierry. ftnoae berry, Currant and other Oar dan Hutbaa; flr*r» Viae. tl«. Unlara from Uuld Hill, Vinrtola or anywkere la thla (action Iliad In tha moat Mtlifaclor; manner, and promptly forwarded by railroad ►ecnrely packed. w. n. n. LIB * CO.. JU Im 11» K .tree!. Kacrametito. T R E E 8 ! Shade and Ornamental. fnilK HPIWCMRKR WILL AllRIVK IN I1 Oold Hill ami Virginia on nr abont March lit. friim Coeomnee, California, with a Una lot of Locust and other Shade Trees, Freeh from tha ranch, and In tha beat poaelble ordrr for tran.plan Inf. For aala at price, within the rrach of alt. Apply, or l»a»r order, at tha LONK HTAR 8T\ULKH, on the Divide. fe«ltf ALEXANDER CLARK. NICHT_WORK. Vaults, Sewers, Etc., Gleaned AT TUB MIOBTEVT NOTICE, ....a«b m.... YALVARLBS I.OST in 8UCU PLAC It recovered at .mall eipraae ORADINO »f all kind*r.mtractrdfor. Taraa Reaeon^ble. Order, from Oold llllt. Bllfei City, or elarwhrre. l-ft at Plpcr'e Corner, I •treat Virginia, promptly attended to. felOtr 1 ltr«B RtHJKU. . MISCKLLANEOCB JEWELER ....AID.... 8TATIONER. Tn« UNDEMIONID Ilirt CON 1 ataatlj on kaod ilup Aaaort ■aat of GOLD AND SILVER WATOHKS. >lwri«i Chalaa. La4l*i> BWa, KImti RiIImi, Vlagar Ml a (a, OtM r*B«, tkaraH, ■■•chats, Rafkla llap, Mlfw lata, ■paclaclaa, tu., a la. BLANK B00K8&8TATI0NBRY or ALL KINDS. OLOOK8 PIIOJM_S3 BO TO 930 WATCUXS, CLOCKS and JBWKLRY IU paired wtib Maataaaa and Dltpalck. All work ararranted. AOKNT for all lha lantania tad flaa FraoclKn DAILY AND WEBKLT FAPIKS. All Iba Utaat Kaatara Periodical. tad Nan ilnct rontiantlr oa kand at low rrieaa. Da. Ilverad la aay part of (ova. 8. W.ICHUBBUCK, pmtoptick. kold uill. ■ 19 U tub BURLEIGH ROCK DRILLS mmAIBmm Burleigh Air Compressors ^IIB TUB ONLY DR1LL1NO MACHINERY that baa imi dor# uj aucceaifnl TbbboI work tn Ami rlca. (They in toln uaad on the St. Oo third Tunnel, Switzerland- thirteen mllee long.) We refer lo the following gentlemen and work*: OF.N. NEWTON, U. S. A., II.U Gat* Tunnel, Long laland. MESSRS. 8IIANLEY, Ilooaac Tunnel, Vim. J. DUTTON BTBKI.E, NeeqiebenlBg Tun Ml, Pa. SIDNEY DILLON, Fowtfc Anata Work, New York. COL. ROKBLINO, But Rim Bridge Com pany Now York. For farther Information, tie., addraaa ft.. O. PABKI, Tlrglali Cllr. ml tf General Agent tor th« Paelllc Ooaat. GOLD HILL MARKET. (NBXT door TO NEWS OFFICE.) L. T. FOX I l~7 "PROPRIETOR. T TBI* »AHMKT _ can alwaya ha found (ha ebolcaal MUTTON. PORK, VEAL* •■4 (ADIAfllft,(lahi»i|i Oaranltralabelns aelectnl from the beat Cat Ua Kanrbea IB Nevada and California, ara * fSlVATB FAMILIES ANB IIOTBLS will -Bd It to tbalr adTantag* to palrmtM thla Market, whora they wlU alwaya be .applied with the beat meat. the country can afford. RENDERED TALLOW, for Bill aadaalnlag parpo.ea.eouatautlj on band. nil if I.. T, v© M» VALUABLE^ MINING GROUND FOIt BALE. 12 Feet in the Beach & Fazton. TITLE PERFECT. JUDGMENT FOB TUB ABOVE AMOt'NT, In the Itearh A Pal ton Mining Claim, ob> talnad In the Dl.trlrt Court, caa he bonght on rvanonahla terma. The Reach .( I'ailnnlapart and parrel nt tbe Sldee' ground. .Itaated at the header Union atreet, Virginia City, enppoeml to be lacladed la the CCNSULIDATKI) VIR GINIA CLAIM, and bow eqaal to TWELVE HUNDRED (WARES In that valuable mine. Add real, HOUSE * PABKKR, Mi Im Careen City. J. CORNWELL, If*. B* North C almt, Tlrflil*, MANUFACTURER OF TIIB CRANDALL PATENT SPRING BHD! Alan a NKW PATENT STEEL COUPLET SPRING, lb* drat ever introduced la a bed on ■be llclOc roaat. . I now offer to the public a SPRING MAT. TRESS COMPLETE IN ITSELF. needing no lop uuttreee, aarlag tha eatlre coat of a lop mattrraa. Come and aee mr Improved PORTABLE SPRING AND PIUME MATTRKSSKS, Dara ble, Cheap and Comrurtable. Alao dealer la UPUOLHTERY and FURNI TURB of every deecrtptlen. J. CORNWELL. ml m M North C atreet. Virginia. GOLD II1LL FOUNDRY, LOWER GOLD HILL. Oaatlaaa la I re a Rraee, Taralaa Bad riaUklii «f Inrr T'rMr. Qaaria Craeklaa Bad Aaildaillai Maeklaarr JI«4«nOrt»r. ALL ORDERS EXKCCTKD WITII DM A patcb, at reaaonable run, aKORUE K.MM ITT, fcio tf l*ri«rimr. 1800. 1874."" PIONEER LAUNDRY NORTH OF VIROIRIA. JOI.KNI r. HAM., rUOPUIKTOU. rlllH OV.D ■ NTA■■<■■■■ D AND reliable Lanndrj It prepared to Uia oat an? quantity of Hanovatad and Clean l.lnea, wlthoot *lac damaged bjr maalpalatloa or brehemleal application. Packaeta punctually eallod for and rata read. Officer—International Hotel and Wallara'a Prull Store, lit Booth C (tract, Virginia; and Vaacjr Doaae, Oold Hill. wltf JIWKPII r. HAIil,. A. /. rraaiLL. eaaa. cuaaiaaa. UNION IRON WORKS VIRGINIA CITY, Oa ika Blflde. TYRRELL A GUMMING*, fiOUHDRRfl. MACHINIST*. (IKNEBAL Kattaaarm.nr—rtlaaaia aad Manofketarere Quart! Bill aad Mining Machinery of all da aerlpdana. All ordera (Uad with prtnapUMea aad dlapaieh, aad at tka Lowaat Rataa. ■IMf o. attar. «. a. uun. HAI8T & LILIEN, Civil Engineers and Sur veyors. orricni riralala CltyHM S»eHC«»r»rt,a»re«lta (KM Fallowa' Block. Mold II III-Orer lllkjea'" MaUaa. into if