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HOLD HILL. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 8. 1874 TO CAMDI DAT It"i Ml «nii'>anc«mrnt» ot cudltUtr* f.r vtrwt A* pnW/if In ofrdvr. Wr Mrept «tf iki fontlr^nt ■rrmocvtMeK hot trml >11 alike. A rindld»l«' ••nnnl of «U| nnt a u no a if o hiuiMir t»*pciljr uid p»j hi* prlnlluc blllt prt« nol lit fur tho o(3c« h* tcek*. It TUCK ltruiT. Ir.trnsriD niiir bt mm* * MILL.] !.»! 4W Urkdow V»iU.«. 11%. IIV It fr) l!a):u*nd A KJ». Jn. TS5,. T. s III) Rank* Cos., 15,10'. 4<i I'utcbe, « «M Waablact.# CrMl*. 4 U30. 3\ IIS l'«c» .* lUaaca. i\. ''i M) All*. a* am luiiauui. t\, c, c* to A»«rlcaa I n. 4>, 80 |tnw«rj.!»e Ml U<Uf of !!•« II 111, COc «■» Monl'or IUIdioiiI, I',, IV' m> Itiu l*»irb IV 31% >-1 MB rurtlaad. 1. KT*c IV) K) ItMMte Itoata, ».7'„T\,7,..TV lO) lui Ouiniaro, T< luO 7V la Ik-iki itt. V ). 9\ 1(10 IV. I,V blO •;5 i;..M«» (larlot. n «i>i 1 * Bilmorv. 1',, J»« ■,i« M»Uojti v 1',. S\ lOO 1<M>) Cktiiui. ?# , MO, V (£0 A .f |j^.«. IV Orlg Hid. Tr<«ur«. $H. # M Carolina. 3% UpiL*. II. lUf. Il't. 31 ll'i :.J uraiti.i. »». V>S 3-M,» HO Ytllow J*. k«l. M. «X ISut'ui VlntnU. «. «'» 3I» "I. bid, SIM. " ITi> ICirfe*qa*r, 4U , *>-. «'«)(dtHii». »l. »>. »H. ».H •>4 Btkb<*r.*v». •" 110 Ktrlutk. UV.MX liw lm|*rUI. #<< .j|o<;a..f«r"la <'wn„ I®. «H'. I'". 45V I i.i ■ .cuM A I'unjr. 3n\. *>\ lit 111!* A Si'Mrux, M 33V Till* Horulns. :i»i>(.hlr. 1 * lirrr. 30. '1»V 3*'« 70U |U-»t A Vclcbct. S3. 3*. •*>'«■ * '>* si" 71. 71. 71H. *u> *''• '""V, WO, I <11 C1-*I>AJ (VWl.tt'l c»i llilo J. S«rcr«<M. M. W,1?V, *»\. *3. M 1 1 1 raw* r«>*t. *.»•■» liM\«ll»w J«-k*l. 7*. :«.W,,T«. M MO. 77, 7»S M 4-0 Imperial. • *»'• hKkdV,*1'* »:•• Kratatk. '~t, -IS «:•. Aii.k*. u. 13\. uv too »|rt |l»l< krf, M.H. *3. *•'» l,V) Coilinri.l'i.l'i •M I'**. VlrtfiQla, *3 •> J-ufi* Navatla, 31.91<< I:»j ii«*rniau. &«.**. W. to1*. Ill MO, t<> MO ;si K»ck*an«r, »J. 41. H, «<i I 11 CaMoaia, 31. 31S <•*>. So\. 30, » >3). 30V »« SCO OS* ®*«. * :«*J California Cm., 43,41'* ■«. jn:.» «s VtWHltlll*. 154. 1 '• m I J*., i IK liali »*r* Cob., TV- " V. *'• *'.ii ka,rk<>rlM>rk*r. *S.3H olS lujio*. CS. * V. k • r.o ll ick>i«. 4 7u koM'iih. 5<i JO kn<l«*. II', .Vil I.lob* Cnu.. 1\. 1IV 10m SUv*r Illll. V„ III so Ualliua. HJ* Kr.riiiyiiMRNT*. — The ltank Fx cliange Saloon. Slain afreet, next door to Miner ,t 11*11'*, Gold Illll, hit been purcltiued by A C. Fargo ami Thoinaa Piinoud, two well known and pop ular gentlemen, who design to make it. in |K>lnt ot outfit, the Illicit .and raost comtortablo refreahmeut kaloou lu Hold Mill. It U their intention to cl»«e on tlM 'JUtli of tho preient month lor ilia pnr|>o<e of overhauling and ritlttlng the entire ektalilWbnient, re oiwniiig again about the l»t ol next month. For Tows Maiuiiau—Tltonwt Kel ly U duly announced In our adver tising column* to-day a* a candidate for reflection to the ollloe of I own Marshal of Gold Illll, subject to the decision of the people at ti e town el ectlou. Mr. Kelly lu* nudo a good and Ollcitut M*r*li*l during Hie p»«t year, and should lie be re-olected will | lill the olMce a* creditably in the future j a« he ha* In the part. Ft KNiTt rk Iiki-ot.—K. IV. Grant A | Co., uphoUtereri and cabinet makers, next door *bovo theJN'KWk olllce, de •Iro to have the public know that they are *tlll ready to kill)ply any one that III IT liavo need, with louuges. mat trc«te*. or of furniture MU made to order, o( the choicest material* and at the luwett living rate*. Itead their nil vert l*«uient lu another column and give tlicin * call. Lack's lionet-—Person* iu want] of a good, clean, comfortable. well kept. rc*pectabla toanliug-bouM, will llud the above hotel, ftltuatetl near the railroad depot. Gold Illll. ju*t such a one *< they ilevire. It I* new, com tr.odliMit and home-like, with the l>«tt | of boird, tingle room* and every 1 re<|ul«ito ceuveiilence. Give liliu a call. I.kttkk* 1»ctai<»ki». — l.etters ad-] dre*«ed to the following named per *ou« and place* In thU State are held for iKMtage lu the San Frnncleco l'o«t ollice: Mia l.ncle Itertliler. Kmlle Iiieyleui and S. A. i'ouipkln*. \ lr Rlnla I'ltv ; .lohn Meehau, Gold Illll, and Willie Steveu*. Carton City. Saii*kiki.ii Gl'AUii.—Member*of tlili military company aro re<iue*ted to meet at their armory thl* evening «t j 71 j o'clock, for the purpo-eof electing ollfcer* for the «n*ulug year. A full nnd prompt attendance i* particularly rt<iut*ted. CtOCIKHt 1)KI>IIIation*.—Mr. J. D. MclK>nnell i* entltlnl te tho honor of i planting the tlr»t tr.-»-a weeping wil low—In the Gold Illll Cemetery. *Ve truki tint til my of our naders having relative* buried there, will feci In clined to follow hit example. Kiik Aunt.—At Mallard's store, on \ South C street, Virginia, (hero are to bo «een two very fltio painting*. illus trative of tU<> nomadic life led by the Ojfpelei of Southern Kuropu. The picture* are being framed lor ono of oui towu<pvople. Xnw I*a»»km<iih CtWi—The two tine new paauiccr coaches for the Vir ginia ami Truck™ Kiilmad. passed u|> to V irginia at lo o'clock a. m. to. day. and will probably foriu part of the 'J •'clock train lor Ueno to-night. Ma«)m<* MitKTiSii.—There will be a a called communication ol Sliver Star l.od^e, No. 5, F. anil A. M. this (Wednesday) evening, April *;h. A full and prompt a.teudance of the members U reputed. A. P. A.—Members of the American Protectant Association arc requested to meet at the hall of the I'toneer Society, on It (trcet, Virginia City, on Monday evening, April 1.1. A lull and prompt attendance is relocated. 1'ACnrtc Coast 1'ioskkm.—The reg ular mouth!/ meeting of the l'acillc Coast I'leneers. will he held at tlieir hall, on H street, Virginia City, to morrow (Thursday] evening. Tub regular monthly meeting of the Pacific Coaat Pioneers will be held at their hall, oil Jt street, Virginia, ou Thursday evening. April "Jlh. Diviitieiit. — The Lyon Mill and Mining Company have declared a divi dend of 91 |>er dare, payable ou the 1 jtli Inst. j HOARD or TOW* TBI'MTCCH. A regular meeting of the Town Truttee* of Gold Ulll, wm livid yen terdaj afternoon. Present—Wlgglut, Wlnterbauer. Fulton and Preildent Kmmet. Mlnutei of preview meet ing read and approved. The coiu uiittco on |«tlttoii of S. II. UobliMon, asking for the opening of a certain portion of a street In Lower Qold Hill, wa« granted lurtlier tliuw. Tlia Commitleo on Street* reported them In good order. The Committee on Fire and Water reported pipe* In gwod order, and the Hew tank hot reailjr to be received. The following hill* woru read and ordered paid: K. Power*, fOI.OO; K. Silvia. $101.SO; M. Lloyd. $106: 31. MfKeiruii. $HI8.30; M. Kelli-y, $13; Abe Jonet, $200; J. Wade, $30; Tlioi (•allaglier, $1S.30; J. II. Marahall, |50; Miner A Co., $PJ; Carrlck «fc Co.. $300.23; Mat. ltay, $13; Win. Hall, $30.73; W. lUtteraon, $75; W. U. KI«m.$PJ.43: S. W. Cbubbuek, $1; II. C. Ulauchard, $.13. The following oillcer* report* were read aud accepted: TiiK.\atnRu'a ugpokt. (loin Hill, April I. Ifli. To th« lloeotable Hoard of Tru^Uw ol the Tt'Hu uf Uold It ill: tliutltmen—I bit* lli« honor herewith lo •almut nijr niiArtrrljr rrj'orl for th« quarter roil ln_- MarciII. 1*7*: N To ri-h in Tr»»urj\ Jan. i. i«T4 iiuna m ToLlreax* J.nwiiu (lS.lls 95 Cn. Py Paid H inuu »5.5U* 4* *J.S!5 II Very rwixKlftillr. JOHN \VAI>C, Town Tn-Murvr. UAIlillAI.'l nRI'OttT. tiliui Mill. April t, 1871. To Ih« Honorable lk«nl of Irutleea of the Town ..f (i"Ul Mill: < irlitlctntn - I ha*e 111 • honor liervwith In •a limit my ouartrrly report lor llio quarter »u>i Itijj Mart h .11, 1K.I: Aniouut or Llrcutv* collected during •jimrter fl,110 00 Flret tU'< I it J*0, f to H«-eonil rltx * *1 3U, 940 Thml clswe M it au, I.UM Fourthela** 1IU »t 10, 1,1(0 Filth >,HM. 1 at #. IS Mlith rlaM l'i at J. M Frurllwnal, I at 111, IH Fractional, 1 at J J, 1J &M" 0' Very reapeetifcllT, THOMAS KKLLKV, Town Marshal. rt.LUK'H ItKIMRT. i>uli> IIill. April 4. l*Ti. To tli* Honorable lloanl of Trustees of lite Town of Hold llill: lirittVnirti - I late the honor herewith to •uliiult u>y uuartrrlj report fur the iiuartrr cud lt>; Jlareh 31.1»7«: Amour.t of Lleenaea laeuetl to Tbomaa Kellojr, Town M.valul— F.rel claaa I at fiO. f 10 CO Herond lU'i II at *1 *10 (0 Thin! cl«»e 14 at W ItM) M Fourth rLua 110 at 10. 1100 uu Fifth rlaea .1 at ft 13 u> Siitli rlaaa 1* at 3 do Frii'HtMial, 1 at Itl 14 do Fractional, 1 at 13. I* U0 tato co Amount «f warranU Itausd fVWl to Vary lUepcctflill). J B MARSHALL. Clerk. On tnntlon, Mr. .lolui II. I'ou.eroy wa« empowered to act a* *|>eclal pt> llce without aalary. at tha Imperial work* and vicinity. Aye*, alt. < In innlioM, warrants wore ordered draw n In lavor ol the several lire com paniea In town, vl* : Mborty Kn^lno Co. No. 1. #.i|; Yullnw .l:aekvt Kn gine Co. $20; Lincoln i11ho Co. Xo. 3 $20. (alHVUtlUM ANtl I'ltOVlSION*.—J. X \ •I. II. M illon.ru So. 41 South C street, \ Irgiula, next door to the Hank ul California, wholesale and refill dealer.* In groceries, provisions, crockery, ta ble cutlery and gli*aware, desire to call tlio 't«cUl attention of the nubile to their iiuniciKO stock and choice as sortment of goods. Nothing that a hotel.boarding home or private family may DMd will be found lacking In thnlr establishment. Everything that they keep U the choicest and best, and no customer I* ever allowed to go away dissatisfied. They also keep con stantly on hand au Imuionse dock ol candle* and oils lor umj lu inilla mid mine*, and .superintendent* ol both mills and mines will llud it great ly to their advantagu to give tliein a Cail belore purchasing supplies elso where. In addltlou to their other good* they also keep one of the lluest assortment* In Storey county of tiro wines liquors, old coguau brandies, cltoico bourbon, Scotch and Irlah whiskies, old port and sherry wines, which they guarantee pure and suit* bla lor medical purpose*. Head their advertisement lu another column and give them a call. Koiiam Capital Uot.n Aisn Silvkii Mimno Compact.—A meeting of the stockholder* III thl* company was held on the evening of tho Otli Instant, when the following Hoard of Trustees was elected : Biaggo Guerrero, An tonio IVtagna and Antonio Mac*. tiettl. At a lulweqaent meeting of tho tru*tee* Hiaggo Guerrero was elected I'resident and Autonlo Maes tretti, Secretary. Tho corii|tany pro poses to increase the capital stoek from «lx thousand to thirty thou*aud shares, and tho capital from $000,000 to *1, JOO.OOO. A* soon as practible, work will be renewed on this mine, which, from Its favorable location ami prom ising developments thus far made, bids fair to become a valuable property. The pru'ent owners mean businos*. and It I* to be hoped they will realize their greatest anticipation* as to tho 1 wealth ol the mine. Hki> KMronifM.—Let thp»o in want of* goo.I bed full not In vWiting the bed emporium of J. Cornwall at :t'J North i: «treet, Virginia, belore m:iK iiiig a purchase. .Mr. Cornwall manu facture* In* own bed*. giving *PMl»l alUntloii to (ha requirement* ami ac commodation of hi* patron*. Among the many papular *tyle* of bed* that h« manufacture* and keep* constantly ou hand I* the patent t«le*cope bad, oua that a chambermaid can take to piece*. dint, clean**) and put together again In live minute*' time. Till* had la bug proof, nnd I* certainly one of the nutel convenient and be*t ever of fered to tha people of Storey county. Ilu alto manufacture* a cano bolitered matt re** lied, which U a great im provement on the old *tyle*. Ho I* al*o state agent for tho celebrated Crandall patent spring bed. QIto him n call and «eo for yaur*alve*. Ci.ai u\oyast I'll rticia x. — Mad.mic Martalie, the celebrated clairvoyant, magnetic physician and developing medium from Kurope, ha* arrived at Virginia and taken room* at the Inter national Hotel bulldlug, corner of 11 audM'nlou *treet«. Ileum of con sultation and fee* therefor are Hated in her card, which can bo found «po»ru of, and we doubt not tlu will meet u 1th a* gjoJ lucceu lieroai clie where. Diuntu« Indian.— A very drnnk l'iute wa* reeling and tumbling about the railroad depot, Gold Hill, la*t evening. It U a great pity that the tcaiup who sold lilin the liquor could not Ixi detected and get hli juit deeorU. TELECRAPHIC! EASTERN DISPATCHES. [•PK0I4L TO TBI MLa HU DAILT «»». DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE Church liurnetl. Worckstkii, Mass., April 8.—The Episcopal Cliurcb nai humeri last night. Lou, 930,000. Itcoary llnrrli Kllleil. Xrw Yohk, April 8 Ksrly this morning I>ooncy ll.irrls, tlio wall known pugilist, quarreled In Clark's saloon, corner of Amity street and South Fifth avenue with Win. Clongh, son of Professor dough, and wna probably fatally shot. Clougli es caped. The I.ost KCmnirr. The steamship Kurope, which foun dered at tea oil the voyage from Havre to tlil* port, wa* one of the flnc»t Jlilpa of the Frcncli Trans-Atlantlo Company'* ilcvt and considered to be sea worthy and well found In every roipect. She wa» lengthened last year at Newca*tlo-on-Tyue, England, and altered from a sMa-whtel to a propel* ler. Sho was coniuiandcd by Captain Lemarle, an able and experienced captain, In the employ of the compa ny for a number of years. MiMtrlraatU* Nvuatorlal Ballot. Ilo.vroN, April Tint fourteenth ballot resulted at follow*: l>awe* '>!, Iloar 7'J, CurtU "J, Washburno and Stanford 'J each, Whittlcr, Digelow and Phillip* 1 each. Army Iteiliiellou. Chicago, April 8.—A Washington dispatch say* the bill of tho Military Committee, reducing the army, was tho regular order of to^lay, but wa* crowded out of place by tho currency bill. The members of tlio committee are of tint opinion that tho Iloiue will l>as* a bill more sweeping In reduction than the one repotted. Thu pending bill give* to the heads ol tlm various stall" department* the rank and pay ol Brigadier General*. It Is thought that the rank of these olllcer* will bo lluul ly fixed as Colonel*. In many other respects the rank of stall' olllccrs will bo somewhat reduced. 0Y theTcabi.es. ISeatli of Iiaulliaelt. Munich, April 8, — Knulhach, tho historical painter, died latt night. t>|l Itlauil M*serelKiil>. London, April 8.—Tho sovereignty of the Fiji Nlaudt ha* been formally tendered to Great Britain. The Knropa nivitilrr. London, April H.—No. further In formation I* received III reference to the lots ol the steainor Europa, ex cept that tho necessity for abandoning her aro*o from tho choking of the pumps. Tho origin of the disaster I* not well known here. No live* were lo*t. WESTERN DISPATCHES [•riCIAL TO TUB UOLD HILL I1AILT MX**.] FROM SAN FRANCISCO Another Terrible Tragedy - Flneil auil Paltl IS — Sireeultark*. Sax Francisco, April 8—1 r. m.— Thl* morning another terrible tiagedy wa* euaeted In thl* city In a boarding home oti Fourth street, near Minna. Two young men, Caldwell and Maxey, were room-mates In the hou«e. About 7 o'clock tho reports of pUtol* were heard ; an oflleer came, broke open the door and found Caldwell in lied, dead, shot thraugh the head, and Maxey on the lloor, shot through tho side and mortally wounded. He wns able to xpuak, and said Caldwell shot htm and then shot himself; but a* the pistol was found near him It Is l*e!leved ho tlrst shot Caldwell and then himself. Maxey was still alive a few minutes ago. He had been employed In a hat •tore on Montgomery street, near Pine, and Caldwell was a conductor on the North Reach and MI**lon sired cars. It I* not yet known what was tho cau«o »l thl* terrible Hfl'alr. The Cetirt to d*y lined Dev. Father Powers $-T>0 for beating the Insane woman, Delia Drown, lu St. Patrick's Church. He paid the Hue promptly and wa* released from custody. 0 rem backs, 88*, 939. Distances in Colorado. A c«rre*pondcnt In Georgetown, Colorado, toiicIius for Ilia iruililuluc* | of the following: It U well known that In Idgh alrl tilde«, owing to tlio rnuliednir, ob ject* are vMble At u great distance; and from the city off'envcr tlio Itocky Mountain*. Mltliou^li aoine *txteen miles illst.nit, *eem but a very short way o!T. An Kngiidi gentleman. a tourUt, came In the Kansas I'ncillu train mm morning, fre*h Irom the old country, stopped at the Inter-Occan Hotel In Itouver, and soon made the nc<|Ualntance of two or three "old citizen*." The IlrltUher wn captiva ted with the appearance of the moun tain*, and augge'ted to the two " old citizen*" that, a* the uinuntalu range wa* such a very short distance froui tlio cltv. they should all take a walk to It, and return In time for dinner. The two "old citizens " Immediately perceived a chance for some fun, and Immediately contented. The trie started west and walked toward the mountains for <«me two hours or over and the mountain« aeemed an far away a* ever. The Kngllahiuan was a good walker, and kept a little In advauco of his friend*. Finally they saw him deliberately sit down, as he came to a small Irrigating ditch, perliap* two feet wide, and began taking olT his ihoes and stocking*. When they came up to where ho was fitting they a*ked him. lu some aurprlte, what ho was doing that for!* The KnglUliraan said he was going to wade that id ream, ltdth the "old citizens," looking at him lu astonishment, asked him why he didn't step ncro«* It? "Step across It!" replied tlio ltrlt (*her—"step across It! Net I. What I do I know about distances In your blarsted country M.i.j. Ton tb* T«ry bnl Photograph*. go to Rraillej A Ituloftnn* Gallery wlUinot ST A lit 8— KASCKNI) IN TilK KLKVATOR, Mo. t» tgoaetTatreet,Ban Kranci'ce. MEANS WHAT HE SAYS. Though '■ confirmations strong ai proof* of Holy Writ" nnJ as numcr out n» the sands on tho «ea shorn, were produced to prove that tho proprietor ol Dr. Sage'* Catarrh lleiuedy l« eam •«t. and mean* what bo says. when he oflors |300 reward for nny caso ol Catarrh which ho can not cure, yet there would bo ionic ikeptlcs and foci** who wouhl continue to *h»iit "Humbug!" " Humbug•• H caii not be, bcuause Dr. Hoinespan says Catarrh cannot be cured." Now, thU Dr. Homespun I* tho Identical, good naturcd old fellow who honestly (>«. 1 level and persist* In declaring that this earth U not round or iperlcal, but an flat ai a "slapjack," and doos not turn over, otherwise tho water would all lie spilled out •( Deacon Ba scorn's mill pond, llut astronomical scleuco bai positively demonstrated and proven that Dr. Homespun is wrong in supposing tbe earth to bo flat and stationary, and medical science la dally proving tho fact that h« is t>* less mistaken and behind the times In regard to the curability of Catarrh, In short ll has been positively proven that till* world uioves. and that medi cal science Is progressive—the opinion •f Dr. Homespun to the contrary not withstanding. That Dr. Sage s Ca tarrh Kemedy will cure Catarili, thou sands who have used It attest. Thnn hajr It, and u*» It, lo doubt do Dot stand, You will dud II In drag stores sll orrr lbs land. [KromtUo Calaklll Koconlnr of Not. 13,1*75.] a uoon uaaor.; Wo Invite atcuiitlon to tliu advertise mailt of sCiiiari h Uornody. Our renders will bear ui wltneit that wo novor knowingly commended tiuuibtifC* of any nnino or naturt, nnd a Inr^o Krtlon of patunt medicines may »afely i: lasted ax Impositions upon public crt-ilullty. Hut having witneined tli«t Ih»iicIIcI:iI effect* of .Sago's Kemcdy upon tliu members o( our family nml other*. In Catarrhal cases, wo un qualifiedly prouounco It a valuable inctUlcliio, entitled to publlocoulldenco. Tlio proprietor could easily obtain In CaUklll many certltli-ntoaof It* merit*. Ulo*d, Bcalt* amu Uaih.—Wb.n M. 7' Waller, the well kuowu and very popilar Oold Hill clothlcr. read* tho defiant and lnccnlou* manlfeatnea nf other dcalera threatening t. aell clothing at leaa than coat, or uylni; lh..t llicir flock Pi Ibe beat III the country, he merely allow* acharilablu siullu to • -iHu- • hit genial counteuance like a imuIIh itephjr rl|>pllnc the calm nirface of l<ake Mm He iwlrla hi* niauly inuatacho and rvumrka : " That'* nnt hu'lueaa. l/i gentlemen ro:n. and I rail o wllh ■nr. and when tln'y that Ilifjr ran buy lapc rl»r ^'ikhIh at lea. price and go bom* every » ay MUM aultcd, then ihey will I lie heller under •laud whom In trade Willi hervaner." Waller call* |>arllrular attention lo hl< ejtenaivo atiKk of new gooda. U'l other* lalk hlaod, acalpa and hair, hut Waller will go on In Dm even tenor of hla war, aelUug flr.1-rata gooda cbtap. • Kink riioToonariia.—Dr. A. J. Iloalea, whoa* photograph gallery la oa the corner of Main and I'ioneer atresia, baa Jual received and act-up, ready for one of tin* celebrated llahmryur lenae., HI In aue, and what la called a i|inrk worker, ruahltug blm m lake lli'1 portrait* of children In Ihrev aceonue, or eveu lea* time. It al«o cnahira hint to take pholographa of tba largeat poaalble elite, cant* aud auprolyiH**, In fact aiiy kind of ilkeneaa that la now takeu or may Ihi required. Tim Doctor la ono of lb* oldeat, MM thorough and experienced artlata In lha I'nlted Ktalaa, altvaya anxloua lu aallafy, and will nal allow any thai may fivor blm wllh llialr patronage to uo away iliaaatlaflcd. Olv. hi in a call and prove tbe truth of what we ray. Dancixu Acamlht.—Janica R. Wliaon would reapcclfully Inform lha lover* of the brat lb fa I and lieaiillfhl art of dancln,: that he ha* opened a Aral claaa Dancing Aeailemy in National liitard Hall, Xinilb at reel, Vlr/lnia, where Inatruc llona will he given aa folio wa; (Itintlrman'a Claai—Moiidav and Tlturadsy eviiilng. Ijhllea' I'laaa — Monday and Thnraday aflernooua. I.vllea' and OMMfMN Claaa—Wedt.eaday aid Saturday afternoon*. tin rice iliuaantu every Halurday evening. 7 Ciuar Hoot* and SliOK*.—C. A. Nollrinelrr at No. 21 North C alreet, Virginia, ha* removed hl< aplendld atock of llnola aud Skora lo No. 10* houtk (' atriet, and will for lha next two wi i'ka aril lloot a and hhora cheaper than ever. In order lo make room for a naw aiork. Tbo*e lu need of anything In lit* lino will do well to give him a call before purchasing. le 10 To Oweia* or Usal KrTATK.-reraon* own Ins tola In the town of Until Kill, and who art dcilrotia of hat lug the aam» rurveyi-d and en tered on 111 map, will pleaae rail at Jade* Habln.nn'a office, overtllbaon'* Ha loon. on any week dar. between Ibe houra of II and 4. and lean- their name., when ih» mallet will be promptly attended to hy Meaar*. Ilalat A Lilian, Civil Kaulneara aud Hurteyor*. M Y* who luvr*iU;ate lial!a*d'* aUvertiaaurnl ■hall luf' tin1 w|.e. » SPORT I SPORT!! COCK-FIGHT I|N (i ....AT THE.... UNION SALOON, «OLI) IIILT., EVERY SATURDAY AND WEDNESDAY ;EVENING, DURING THE SEASON I Anni««IO* .'.KIITV CKNT*. Jul If NEW JEWELRY STORE. OiMinalir Odd KelUava' I lull, O STREET,VIRGINIA. H. BLOCK, it the a Sore namnl pl.irr, hi« o|>rnnl on# ol th» ll m * I n--oi! in. in » t»f COM) ANI) Nil.Villi JKWKI.KY WATCH KM, KTC.» Km nrou.-lit to Virginia Oil jr. ACOMPKTENT WATCII 1IKPAIKKR IS connccled with Ilia K»labMikiiirnt. MONRV I.OANKI) ON Hl.'fTKITlK*. Irt tf. QUICKSILVER! UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE tri run or QUICKSILVER will urn if I 32 CENTS PER POUND. AOBNOYi BANK OF CALIFORNIA TinaiNiA **» ijoi.d nn.i.. »pHf (JOLI) II1LL FOUNDRY, LOWER GOLD HILL. ['■alloc* la Iran aad lira**. Taralaa and Klnl.klac ef Kverr Varlrl?. Qaarla Cranking aad Amalaam«lln« Maeklarrr Made la Order. All oRDKita ex Borneo witii dis palck, at ivatunahla ralun. GKOUNK KM tIKTT, W« If Pr*arlM«r._ U. 1AI«T. W. I. tlLlKM. HAI8T & LILIEN, Civil Engineers and Sur veyors. OFFItWi Vlralnla Clll-IM Odd Prllawa' Black. UaM nill-OTPr (Jllmaa'a Malaoa. •aio It I>K. A. B. HPINNCY, Well-known throughout Ihn country in a I'm ho ojlat *■<! Pbyalologiat, wltnae .urcr««fal trell mcut of certain pbyalral dlralitllllea anil fuu( tlonal demn(euicai»dcp«m-itly entitle blm I tha familiar r«-i«cnlllnn of the Ureal Hpeclallal wonld I f-::■ > Inform tha eltl<eii» of Vli ttnta City and vicinity inat he turn returned I Vlrpnla. andean ha consulted until MATCH DAY KVKNINO, Al'ltll. II. at hl» office. No IS. WILLIAMS AND IUXI.KUH HUlLUINl tKnlraucei-onpo.lte l'o»tnfflre, and on I ilrml), thoa iimnj Invallda an op|*irtnnlty n ridding them-elre*, through hla jtmfaa.lonn ageocv. of auQh rondltntlonal annul if era an< ailment" a> be claims to Com;*'* anil to cura Without rntrrlns into biographical Uetallo. It li aafflclent to almi'ly promuk-alr the fact that llr Splr.niy'a carlle.i reputation may bo traro back to bin Inauguration and couduct of the Montreal iCauaila Eaat) Mallei! Institute. Tha regime of tin' KnglMi riiartnaceullcal College li Kauj-ed by au elarata.1 tlaiidard. An extended • i|x rlence and am a»*iduou« study or tli« varied pbaiaaof dla«a»e. eiiablo him to guarantee a» aurancea of aucccaa In tha eraillr.-.tlej of tli« niultlforni chronic ad'cctluur Incident tu Itolli hui, aaeb a» Nervuue Dobllity, Kxhaaated Vitality. Vonthful Kaceaara, Marnago Impedi menta. CUntitle aud Genual Afflictions TU TIIK I.ADIKH. r>K. 81'INNKY, while naturally Imprwaed with tha delicacy of the aublrct, lei l« no heal Uncy In n*>urlit| tham Hint. In ronjnnrtlon with t rutnpeleut knnwledyu of their varloua aufferluga, aurli aa Norvonaueae. Neuralgia, hplnal Weakneaa, Lota of Appetite, IAieltude, Prolapeua I'terl. Reirnverelom or IH'plaremant of lb* Woiub, Vaginal Irregularities l-eucbor rea. Dyapepala, IndUeatlon, Connlpalloa, and tb« uianv petty. Irritating dlatraetluaa that al maat Invariably have their origin In tli« uterine regiou, alfutd them Immedlato relief. COM AND III! II i: A I.I. f). It nullera not what yourlroakle may be. coma and let the Doctor examine jour cs*c. It will coet yon nothing for consultation. ao |l-a»eiall and aatiaiy lonrneltrta whether the Poctor no drmtanda yoar caae. If he ran rnrc you ha will tell you ao; If not, ha will ray ao, for In will not undertake a cure unlet* Iiu la couSdcnt of effecting aenre. VOI Ml MKN, Wlio may be #uff«*rin^ from tlx tire In or yonth fat folllim or InrtlwrcUo*, will do writ to atrall UeinMWe* of llila, lb« createel boon et»r laid nt Ih.i nllnr of •ullrrlni; humanity. OU. SI'IN NKY will (MfWlM 10 fnrf.lt Myttef »Wf/ cut of eemlnal weakneea or private illaeaae nf atir Mud or cltaracter. wlilrli M undertake* and MM to rare. He would, therefore, *ay In the uiifortunat* aulterer who mny rciwl Milt nut Ire. that yon am trrartliu upon SUgWOM ground when yon longer delay In reeking tlia proper remedy for yor.r roniplalat. Yoa m*yl*i In thn drat atage—remember you are ap|>rnachlng thu laat. Ir 7011 are bordering a|H>n the tat, aud ara aitlT«ring anm* or all of lu erll effect*, re ru< M l. r III.,: If )ua otMtlnilrl/ peral«t In pro crastination, the lime mu>t cnaiu whuu the mint aklllfal phy»lcl»u can render you no aa alatanca; when the door of boric wlil Im> cloaed agalnat you ; when uo ang*I of merry can tiling you relief. In no caac hat the Itoctor falli-U n| •ncer*. Then, let no deapalr work llrtlf ttpou your Imagination, hat avail juttr*i If of I lie b«nr tlclal re»nlt» of bin treatment lielore »o»r car* |a beyond the reach of medical »klll. or Inforo (rial death hurrlra joa luto a prematura krare. .IIIDIM.K-AMKI) MKN. Tbara ara man* of the age of thlrljr tn ality who are troubled with loa frii|n> lit evacuation of the bladder, often accompanied by a alight auiartlng or buraltig reio-ation, aad a weaken lie Of the a/atcta In 4 manner the patient tan uot nrrount for; on uiauilnlnc Ibe urlnarv <le p'ull a. a ropy aedluieut w III ofti u Iw louinl, aud touiulline* *tuall;part:clce of albumen will ap pear, or the color will bo of a tUn and mllkUb hue, a^aln changing to a dark and torpid an pearaure. Tim. are many who dla of tbla dil Scully, Ignorant of the eauaa, which la the aec nud rta^e of avmlual weakiiur*. l)r. Hplnnay will gnarautce a perfect cur* lo all at.ch eaaea, aud a hialthy rwtoratlan of the genitourinary organ*. N. It. -On'y an Interview required In m ilorlty nf caxa; balaueu ot treat ment ran lie con darted at home wlthoul Interruption of bual ner* No rate treated without a |M-r*naal In terview and pro|ier examination. ufflce boura, 10 tn I, a to 4, and 7 to t. Consultation Iree. Examination aad advlcv, m'.'T p.l M A K U L K AND GRANITE WORKS Ha Ha MUCKLE, NOKTIIdHTKKKTt - . • VIIUJINIA, (Between Mill and Car>on,) MARBLE GRAVESTONES, I'ruin I'Jl I'paard. IKON,fJUAStlTK nnd CHAIN KKXC'IN'l} KOU OltAVKX, .MAItm.U MAMTI.Ii-l'IKriM, Kir. ....aLaa.... \V«OI) PKNCKH. Order* filled promptly, at the moat ri.notia ble price, and III the Ih-m rlyle of the art. N. U.-I'artli - «l*hlug to aca Dcetgna ran do *o by calling at tha Tard. Jafo Im II. II. MtTKI.K. GOLD HILL MARKET. (NKXT DOOR TO NEWS OFFICE.) L. T. FOX : i~T PROPRIETOR AT TIIIM nAHKKT, can »lw»)« kt found th« elioleaat BEEF. MUTTON, ■■4 MA UN A <9 KM, (la amavn). OaranlrcalahclniteplocU'd from the bvat Cat lie lUnrhr* In Nevada and C»lirorul». are alwara healthy. I'HIVATK KAMI I.IKS AND HOTKLH will _nd It to thflr advantage In petronlaa thla Market, where thry will alwaye be anpplled with 111* hmt meal* the country can afford. RRNDKRKD TALLOW, rormlll and mining pnrpofea.couautntly oo band. mlttf ~~ I.. T. ro*. NEVADA LAUNDRY, VIRGINIA ( ITT, R. A. DAVIS & C0._-j - PROPRIETORS. OK KICK Hi UNarlkCatrrel, opp. I'ottorllre, Vlralaln, (•aid lllll—At l». Tliorlmrn'n Cl««r nnd Tohnern Hlorc, oppoilir Fai't Mrnl Marktl. J'lllH WKI.UKNOWN AND I'OPfLAR LAI'NDItY la dally tnrnlnj ont thelH-it work In Ilia .hape of ('LKAN CI.OT(IKS. All vailctleaof waihliitf done with nralnefe and dlrpatch, and no ilnnia^o dour by rvui-h nunlpnlailon or rbemlrale. WASIIINtl KINK KLANNKLH MADK A HPKCIALTT: al>a. ilutinc, nintliic, etc. Iliinilli'« or tMrkagee lor the >KVAI>A LAI'NDltV ri-Milarlr railed lor and ;>uiirtiially returned by tho dellrtry wajonaof thoeatab. llihtncul. Half" low and cool afteraction circa. U. A. DAVIS X- CO.. Ml Im I'reprlelara, 1800. 1874. PIONEER LAUNDRY NORTH OF VIRGINIA. JUI.KPIl V. I LA I. L| KKOPUIKTOK. 'I'll I * OLD RNTARLIKIIKD AND 1 reliable laundry la prepari-d to tntn out any <|iiatillty of Kcnoratnl and ('loan LI urn, without Vlni; dnma^ed by manipulation or by rlmmlral application. 1'acLagce punctually calle«lfor and retarned. Officer-Interna'Innal Hotel and Wallare'a Krnll Klon', l» Smith C'alrtti, Virginia; and Vaary llonre, tlold lllll. aptii JOMlvl'll K. IIAI.I.. enn * ">s <»' pure sulphate WWW OF COPPER , for rala. In lola to ,B"'hf U. I.. HIGKIXH, f« 17 tf Corner B and Taylor 8t>.. Virginia. A. /. TTRMILL. ClIAi. CUIHtllQf. UNION IKON WORKS VIRGINIA CITY, On iftr Dlrldt. TYRRELL A CUfHMINCS, IJOUNDKIW, 'MAC'HINIHTH, (IKNRRAL F Knjpnc<r», I)raiii'Mi>men and MaimAktnrrr* fir Q<i»rlji mill anil .Mining Machinery uf alula •rrlpilon«. All order* fllled with prom|ilncn and tll»pa(cb,and at the Lnweit ltatc*. mlHlf BERLIN, WOOL ALH'AVM OX hand, at It. I. IIKiUlK, ftlT If Coronr D and Tajrlor Sl».. Virginia. GEKTLEMEV8 CLOTDIBfl, ETC. ! ON EXHIBITION AMD run KALE AT BANNER BROTHERS, CarBar O aad Tartar «lrr»l», VIRCINIA CITY. THE LARGEST, MOST BEAUTIFUL ....Ann.... MOST MAGNIFICENT NTOl'K or SPRING CLOTHING EVER DUOUOUT TO THIS 8TATK: SO RICH IN FABRIC, 80 SUBSTANTIAL IN MAKE, 80 SUPERB IN STYLE, AS TO SUIT THE MOST FASTIDIOUS, ....AMD,... So Exceedingly Low in Price AS TO AHREKADLY AKTONIHII THE MOST ECONOMICAL. RANKER lilt OTHER*, I ... wiio alway* error.... TO PLEASE THEIR PATRONS ....ami nmoaiNiD to.... RX<'KI. AM. I'HKYIUt-N r.I'l'OUTN Dl'lllNO T1IK FRKAKKT SEASON, ....andto coirriari.... SUCH STRAIGHT-FORWARD DEALINGS At have won fur tkem Ike rr>|*ct anil mterm of Ihclr fcll.w elli/.etis DEAL WITH BAKIVKR RROTHEHS, • ...WIIO rsntifT.... IN REDUCING PRICE8. Iluy All Your CLOTHING .... FROM.... RANKER BROTHERS, ....TUB.... ONLY LIVE CLOTHIER8 IV VIRUIKIA. IfKVADA. •pi tr ROOS BROTHERS, •••.or mi.... PALACE CLOTHING STORE No. !W South V Street, ««• fTAVIHO UKNOVATM) AWI) RK-« JE II HUM IMf lJrt» Stor.thriiui;houl,H acnud li.tlng formed bail new connrctlon. Jrhoth In bin Hrt.clwo and the |fie.t-4 u i nleml. M»rt« of the AiIabIIc St.ie.,a «-» which rnahliMi them to innicmir. rnn m Ail'nil* that Iher CAN >ud WII.L SFLt. »-FINK CLtlTII(NO CIIKAI'kK THANn <2 ANY OTIIKH IIOUHK (IN TUB COAST,® a. beg leare In call Ihe »tontlo. of the* * I'enpli* of Weater. Nevada lo their rrrjM Jji eilenelre and choice Ali.rtmrit of Kin. .4 •aCMIMMMda __ CLOTHING ..AMD.., FlItXISIIlXG GOODS, ....COMntlblNQ.... FINE NEW 8TYLE (ANSIttEllF SUITS, HAT8 AND CAP8, HOYS' CLOTHING, HOSIERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, CALIFORNIA BLANKET8 Ovrrnlli. Dark l*aat«. lllanara, Traaka, Vallara aarf Traveling llaii. Ilnad kvrrhlrla, tfaapradrra, Tin, Itowa, ( all., and la fket wyrrt arllrlr a«a> »llr kcpilaa FIRST-CLASS ESTABLISHMENT. R009 BROTHERS' PALACE CLOTHING STORE, NO. 33 MOUTH C MTKBKT. m«Jm WALLER'S CLOTHING BAZAR, In Dr. Hall'a Maw Dolldlnf. MAIN WTItKKT OOLP III LI* M. F. WALLER (lAMA PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO j hi* rilaaaUa, wtll-Mlected itock af WIVTIlt CLOTHING! ....COXHHWO Or.... IIKKKM AND lll'rflNKMM MIT*, DOVN' CI.OTIIIMC, riKMDUINO UOODM, nATH, noon, niioka, TRUNK* VALIMKH, Etc., which ha oAart AT NEW YORK PRICE8I recall ami axamlna bafora parchaaiac alN whrra, gHOtf ~NICHT_WORK. Vaults, Sowere, Etc., Gleaned AT TI1E NIIOKTKMT NOTICE, ....abb nr.... THE MOST APPROVID 8TYLI. TTAUUnLBI LOST IN BCCII PLACES V r»cn*crai1 at >111411 aipraaa (IRAIIINO of all kind* ran(rafted Tar. Trrm«, Krawinahk'. Order* from <lold lllll. Hllrar City, or rlarwhcrr, Irfl at Piper'* Corner, B atrael Virginia, prompllj alteoiM to. WO If JACOB MMJIM. OBNTLBNBII'S CMTHIIfl, KTC, THE WHITE HOUSE I Km. It M«Mlh C lime, riltCI.MA, NET. UKTnsn STOCKS ARK UP OK down, or tuoaay I* |>i« nllful or •caret, or batlacea bnek or other* lac, A Provident nu will alwaya aeck lo pt lbs wortn of hie ruaaey la nktlmr artkla tie may lud It oeceaaary to la Teat, and III*a DEAD Hare thing that In will atrlka • bee-Una for lb* UIIITt; IIOI'NB of COII* A ISAACS, No. 1* Sooth C atreet. Vlr glula Clijr, U bo w lahee U» partbae* u elrgaol ault of CLOTHING Of Ik* moat fkahlonabla rot, auhetanllal manufacture and ituiabla fWbrlca. Tko WI.NTKIt STOCK jaat opened at Ilia Wbllo Hon*©— fliat, and beat, clothing flora aouth of I'ulon ilnrl, on C—em brace* every ankle la the Clothing and Kurnlahlng Uovdt line, aad do MAN Wko la a J odea of flna. faahlonable. dir abla and woiPmnde cloth lor, and who la at all familiar with tbecoet price* of each article* and Ibo taiao tf freight froai commercial center* to tbla market, caa rn'cr the WIIITK IIOL'SK, Inapeet I ha varied aad mammoth nock kept by COHN .(■ ISAACS. and aaccrtaln Mr price*, wllhoat being aetenlabed at tba aiperlnr quality of coed* and tba vary law prlcca la ba FOUND In an Interior town aa far removed from the mannfutorlea of auch ariklee. Tba nrwalock luat opened IntheWIIITB HOl'SK by COIIN * ISAACS la tba largest Invoice of Winter Clothing aver brought Into tba Stata of Nevada, em bracing Alarka, Chinchilla and nearer Overcoata; Kngllah. French and Auerl caa Caaalmere. Mellon, Hearer, Diagonal and llroadclnth l'reae and llualneaa bulla lor luen and boya; Puruleblng (londi and t'ndcrwrar of every dewrtp tlon au<t tonality; llata. Cap*. Itoote. Shoe*, Overahoea. l/mbrvllaa, ltuhher (looda of all klnda, family Dlaaketa, Truuki, Vallaaa, balcbtla, and. IN Fact, an eadleea variety of atliclee both ueefiil and on.amental. Their pod* ere aelected eapeclally for tbla market, ara purchased from Brat banda at the loweel caah rate*, ami they ara therefore enabled to Mil tba very beat clothing at tha very loweat ten re*. Tbla accounta for tba largo trade wblcli they hare built np, and which they are determined not only to maintain, but to Increaee. by ralr aad liberal dealing, ai d by avoldlug Ihoaa little "legitimate" dereptlone which wonld gain them a email profit to-day and loae them a mtular ru»iorcrr to morrow. f.r COIIN 4k IMAAIMara permanently located In VIRGINIA! Jew If ATTENTION! ATTENTION! WR TAKK TtllK METHOD TO CALL jrniir attention In I he fnllowln* RTaTK MK5T UK KAIT*, wlilrh we ar* cudAdenI o» vxamlnatlvn »U1 pro»* una: FIRST—We hire tbe larp-at and dneat HI ere la the Htate. crowded with Ihe beat e*l*cud • lock aod large*! \arlelj of CLOTHING, Cicnlo' Furnishing; Cioodx, HATS AND BOOTS, BOYS' CL0THIN8, RUBBER CLOTHIHO, Trunk*, Valliei aad Halebcla. SECOND Thai we keep A KINKR(JRADS of the above in wed article* than any etber Btor* lu Ilia Mate. THIRD —That wo ate* keep a Ian* aeeort meni of MKDIL'M CLASH GOODS, each M ar* kept In otkir Rime*. FOURTH, and la»t-That we ar* d*t*r mined to I'NIIKHHKLL anything w* cum* acroa* III cor line. W*. therefore, attend in oor numtroiit friend*. or " anjr other Man. W*man or Child." an Invitation to CALL KIR3T ON UH, and in tor th*m**lve*. TO MINKRSt Th* patronate aad rnnfldeac* of whom we have enjoyed w l*ng. WK JCXI'Kt 1ALLV INVITK VOL tn call and examine our Hlock. and aatUfr jroarvelve* of th* BAHUA1N8 that we ar* nn prepared togtv* jon. SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER IN ANY STYLE I REINSTEIN * WOLF, apl Im Mtl* Htr**t( fl*M IIIIL NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! G. ABRAHAM, Merchant Tailor, NO. 23 NORTH C STREET, VIHU1NIA, QAI.L8 TUB ATTENTION OF TUB ITBLIC TO HIM KINK HTOCK Of PANT8 PATTERN8, VESTING*), nnd ....ttici iii ma..„ JUST RECEIVED! ....AHD WHICH III.... MAKES TOIORDER IN THE FINEST STYLES, AND AT TRICKS LOWER THAN HKRBTOFORK. Umttomtn la Deed of anjtblnt In bla IIm will do well by (Irinf him • call. SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER! OF TQB BBST MATBBIAL8, AND IN ANY 8TYLE, Only Three Dollars. f«Mim San Franciscoo Clothing Store. BARNKRT A LOVE, TMPORTKB8 or AND OBALBBS IN CUB X (on and ready mad* CLOTHING. okntlkmkn'h niRKiniixn good**, AND BOTH' CLOTMNO. UINI MtVlaa af Hal*. Traaka. Tallaaa mud Hlaakats. Ramtmhar Iba plae»-COt'Tn r BTBItlT, Vlrjrlnla, Nct., drat daor aoalb oI Uaak «f <*H fbr»U, W