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THE EVENING NEWSL
COLD HIM*, i i TTJESDiT, APRIL 11.1074
TO l'AKUIDATK«i
All aannanremrota of rawliiUlr* for cfficr
wt-' h filM IVI* qiiniw. Wa arrrpt of no
continent vrununo. bat trvtt all alike.
A candidate who <anm>t or will not aanounco
hlBMir properly and pay bla prlntln; bllla
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A Si3oci.au IscimtsT.—I.ait even
ing, a young German recently ar
rived In Virginia City, fell down on
tlie aidewalk In a fainting tit In front
of tliu International Hotel, In that
city. Mr. <1. Mahanney acted the part
of "tho good Samaritan, and hail IiIib
convoyed to a room In tlio hotel. On
being repudiated, he wa* a»ked If he
de*lred a ; of brandr. !!<• re
plied that he would prefer a clip of
coltle*. In conversation it trautplred
that he fainted from hunger, not hav
ing ta*ted food for two or three day*.
He wa« drewed neatly and gave evi
dence of having been well railed. He
atated that alnce In* arrival In the city
lie had made numerous, but Ineffectual
».(Torts to obtain employment, that hi*
money wa.* exhausted, and that on ap
plying to a new-made acquaintance
far a imall loan, he inet with a re
puUe. since which time he preferred
not to make any further refliietU of a
similar nature. Ill* ca«o It a some
what remarkable one, and prove* that
he I* altogether too sensitive and mod
e*t to get along In thW country. There
are thousands of our people, who, II
they had been apprised ol hi* circum
stance* would have willingly hel| ed
him out of hUdlleuima. A good man,
though he be a Stranger and out of
employment, need never go hungry in
Virginia or Odd Hill. W e wonder
that, tinder tho circumstance*, he did
not tackle a fre« lunch ttand. Saloon
keeper*, who arc *upported by the
public, certainly would not begrudge
a morsel ol bread on piece of bologi.a
loan Impecunious individual *uirerlng
from the pang* of hunger. The young
gentleman from Kadarland mu<t ac
quire a little more -cheek" If he
would make a sticceM of himself in the
kagebruth country.
^iMiLi.An AwuatioX.—About ten
day* ago the proprietor* of Kox'* Si
loon. No. 02South C street, Virginia,
came into powesilen of a couple ut
foxe*, only two week* old. A tine
looking black and white dog, of the
male persuasion, l<elo<iging to l»«tec
tive lien Lackey, which make* hi*
headquarter* at the saloon. adopted
the watf*. lie eomider* hlmtelf tlieir
natural prelector, ai.d will not allow
any dog or boy to come near them.
The foxe* reciprocate the affection
manlle*tcd for them by their fo*ter
father, and iie*tlo alota to hi* side du
ring the hour* that he can afford to
devote to thctn.
" Tit Hi* Foot Is It."—Tho above
popular expression originated III a
gentleman at Virginia City coming
down to Cold Hill to find the right
tort of a hoot to tit the pretty font lie
1* "o fond of showing. He nut hi* foot I
into Ju*t the neatest and he«t fitting
boot In the world by calling at Win
terbauer'* on Main street, who*e ad
vertisement he read In the Ooi.n lln.i.
Naw*. That gentleman'* laiallr. rel
ative* and lady friend* alt deal at
Wiuterbauer's now.
* Mohb Mm.—Urexler A Co, the
well known *tock broker* at Virginia,
are not lu tho habit of calling for
'•moro mud" any oftener than other
broker*. In fact their nmneroua cus
tomer* and friend* generally consider
them pretty good men to deal with.
That* to.
rowKMTi. Machinkht.—The new
machinery which I* to bo used for the
Incline of the Crown Polut mine will
be, when completed. In all probabll
iiy among IM mr*t powerful of it*
class lu tho known world.
X ew Maciiiskk*. — Tho Ithodo
Island. Baltimore and Sierra Nevada
Mining C'oinpaule* are putting up new
and Improved machinery lu their re
spective hol*tlng work*.
DrcKAMD.—ltlchard U. Marble, a
long time re*l.lent and highly e*
teem. ItlMiior Virginia City, died
•f coiniur »tion at hi* re*ldence, In.that
city, lait evening.
Pitii*rt!«Ai..—Uer. A. N*. I1 l'l»'r*
periutendent of Public
Visited the Virginia City public *chool*
to-day.
PirKu'H Ot'KltA nf»H»*_CAI.irOHM|A
Mimtreu. — TIm> Opera llotite re
op*ne<f la«t evening uuder the moit
favorable atuplces, with Magulro't fa
mous California Minttrolt, a rare com
bination of vocal, Instrumental, entitle
and ilrllnrative talent. The theatre
was densely crowded in ovoiy part,
and the dre»*-clrcle contained many of
the elite and fashion of Virginia City
and Gold Mill. The entertainment
given confuted of a rarled selection of
•ong. dance. music, funny jokes, My.
Ingt and doings, character acta and
general delineation!, and waa very
amusing throughout. Thirteen of th«
table brethren appeared 111 tho •' Aral
part." the grand finale to which wai
the " Railroad Kxploslon," very efll
clentlv conducted, and provided with
a gc«d. live whittle. The triple hori
zontal bar act by Leon and Lassalle*,
which followed, waa very meritori
ously given, and the "Two Mem
ing Olorles," by Welch and Klce,
at well at the " Dutch Specialties "
of tieorge S. Kulgbt, with hla big.
old timber thoet on, were alto
highly amusing feature*. The funtil
•it, queerest features of the whole en
tertainment. however, wero Little
Mac in hli "K**euco of Old Virgin
ny." and alto where he appeari aa n
Hr«t-cla<* monkey. Little Mac li en
dowed by nature with a peculiar faell*
Itv of delineation In luchatiumptloui,
being just as tall standing up at he It
sitting down. Especially at the mon
key doet he excel, being well muscled
fore and alt, agile and lively at a kit
ten, and wearing a tall such aa would
convince any ouo at a glance of the
truth ot the Darwinian theory. Little
Mac It a whole tliow In himself. Hilly
Sweatiiaiu It a capital delineator and
leading man. Montague haa a flue
tenor vole*, and Con. Murphy's aweet
ballad, "Touch the Harp iJently, my
Pretty l.oul«e," with the instrumental
accompaniment and chorus, wat rec
ognised as the gem of the evening.
Billy Welch'scoiulcsong, "WayOver
In Jersey." wat given with spirit ami
ell'ect. ,1. G. Ku«aell, one of tho finest
ballad singer* over visiting this sec
tion, did not arrive with the rest of the
company, therefore, did not appear
last evening, but he arrived this morn
ing fiom Sail Francisco, and will ting
some nt hit choiceat and most popular
ballad* to-night. "The Wrong koom,"
and "Love In All Corner*" were
■IMff the jolly little play* of Ihe
evening. an<l taken at a whole, with
the exception of the alight Inclination
to drag, reuniting frotu tint appear
ance without time to recover from the
fatigue of travel, the entertainment
parsed o!T very aatlifactorlly. and wa*
very much applauded throughout. The
instrumental part of the performance
wa* very excellent, particularly the
violins, eoruet, and Mute, and this
talented company will bo very liable
to have a pretty good run. A line bill
it o lie red lor to-night, and Judging
from the trouble In obtaining good
*eats la«t evening, we advise (Jold
lllller* to g<» early and secure at el
igible location* as possible. No extra
charge for reserved teats. Itox olllce
open for that purpose from 10 A. m. to
I r. M. every day.
M AHHiBD*—Th« Froaby Urian cnurcn
at Virginia City *« crowded to over
sowing last evening with friends and
acquaintance*. gathered In to witness
uniting m tt.t«holy b°nd. j
rint.ii v o( Mr. Jauiet L. lloui»* »»">
Ml-, krnuia J. .lone*, both highlyJ*!
aiiectcd. well know" re.ldei.ts of that
city Tlx carom*11? was performed
h» U.t I N. HU'J. l'Mlor 01
7 . it-rr solemn and luipre*
°!»r ritiuifr the blooming bride look
l,ic (),« very'personation of happineia
i"Vlov,Tne£ After the concilia on
ol me ceremonies at th«e'"rcl'.".Uo
happy bridegroom and brldn wtro ac
companled to the homo of the brW* ■
iithur bv a \\o*l of whiretwy
wore mode Hie recipients of a large
iiumbrr of nrr huuKma and costly
preJeuW and the evening passed In
happy enjoyment.
Akhmtkd.—Officer Lackey, of Vlr
Blnla, passed up through C.old lllll
about I o'clock yesterday afternoon,
having In hi. UglUnt charCo Jatnes
Mackar. wham he had arrested at Ml
v,.r city for assaulting a Cornish
miner named Williams In a saloon on
S«sttli C street Vlr*l"i°' ^runk'.nd
la*t. Williams wa* verr drunken*
undo some remarks wluch MaUa)
.ll-l „ot like, therefore ho dre*
* revolter and struck hlm oror
the head, Inflicting an ugly gash, ur
wua rrportvii yeiterday tuat "
ud di^i. but •uc£i?fe
the ca«e ; on the cnntrair. be/" an*
to work again. After ;ulkh* Wil
liams Mackay ftttempt^ to^ hlm^
Ullt Yttii prevented. Had r»Yu *
.Lull not been a pretty substantial one,
K I,Davy blow he received would
Mve cavetl It lu.
|t\n«>N Ban-Bios.—The Knttrrri*t
makes great wonderment over an old
Mdttead being brought from' l"
iiid sM.ua te think the rM.ou was ^
came there were no bed bugs In It, at
her.-f-re It was net lively enough for
he ltaytonlles. It didn't use to be
that way down there, and we don I
1 lleve udng< have became so degen
urate I* Wo always used to bet ou the
|>aTton bud-baits «»ery tlio«. and will
vet Most probably the Uiytou bu^s
"it Virginia buus, an.
then des|. Ised t. occupy Uu r desert,
...tarter*. We have swujiugi dowu
bA'x-TSfsa g
K,rrraW'..«"
time.
Vaixant.k Aukajsuwskst.—A large
force of workmen wero yesterday en
^.r.,1 on Union street, between C and
l> »ireets, Virginia. In dinting* deep
conveying water U in* ». (our or
nvedK«sWl"[ dimeter,
«nre there will be on u "*••*
gnat pro* «■" wt ,0lume of
liable of tarry lug a S . ... i
&wskwjk£«3
building*.
11k.no va. WAsnea.—Ever *1 nee the
county seat of Washoe county has bwn
KVn™"arC*^lck ImlUBng owned
kr l-'rlancer X II***. *t Washoo City,
> purchased by a Mr. l**"^'1'"
. .. » L. iha brick and lumber It
SSrt a Stately structure of some
kind.
Wkatiikk.—Heavy clouda obscured
the »ky this alternoon, but It may not
•now Indication* of approaching
Lnrln* are <iulte prevalent occasion
Pi- KranWenl»«Uu«r tad hcuanufl
Sun «y tbu Spring will Mt in on ,
tbe -1st Instant. i
TELEGRAPHIC!
EASTERN DISPATCHES.
{•rMI4L TO Tn MLB BILL DitLT MIVI.
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE
The I«m of Iho Enropa.
Xrw Yoiik, April 14.—Captain Le
Marle, of tho steamer Europe, pub
lisbesa letter stating (hat ho wa* In
duced to leave hit (hip for conference
with the Greece, and wa* bruUlly pre
vented frein returning, contrary to
the formal promise* of the Captain of
the Greece, and to prevent a colllslen
between the crews, he suffered ihe hu
miliation. Chief Engineer Leraux,
and the New York agent o( the French
line, aud passengers on tho Europe
corroborate the Captain'* statement*.
The Chief Engineer of the llreece
(tate* tliat had the crow of the Enrepo
not desorted their po»t* they could
have easily saved liter. C*pt. Thomas,
of tho Grcece, pronounce* the»e «tn
rlei abeurd aud utterly unfounded.
The collltlon occurred ' while the
Greece was towing the Europe, head
to the wind. The damage to the
Greece l« sellout.
Dtslh or * KeleulUt auil Inventor.
N'kw York, April 14.—The Ameri
can scientist and Inventor, Jamei Do
gardus, died here yesterday.
Arrived.
The Captain of the Ilrltl«h ship Nlo
be, whose action In the Vlrglnlua af
fair is well known, arrived yesterday.
Tho PrMlilrnl on Inflstlow.
Wasiiisciwm, April, 14.—President
Grant, In conversation, said he did not
favor Inflation In the gcnernl nccep
tance of the torm. hut only believed l:i
increasing currency to meet the na
tional want*, lie did nut commit him
self on the currency bills before Con
gress.
Tho I'lrot Opinion or Chler Jiietlre
Veils,
Chief Justice Walte delivered hi*
llrtt opinion to-day, In tho case of
Tappan, tax collector of Chicago,
against tho Merchant* National Hank.
The decision reverted that of the lower
court. It held that neu-rc*ident stock
holder* aro liable to taxe* on thciitock
of a national bank ; that till* wa*real
ly pertonal pro|>criy for purpose* ol
taxation.
Twrulj-llilrU lUllot for Moaaachii
M>ISa KruaUr.
Boston, April 14.—In the twenty
third ballot the whole number ol votra
wa* 23»1. Dawes received 87; lloar,
71; Curtl*, 70; Adams, 13; lJullock,
0; lUuks, &; scattering, 10.
The Civil Rl(bl< Illll.
Wauindiwi, April 14.—Iii the Sen
ate, Frellnghuyien, from the Commit
tee on Judiciary, repotted buck the
Civil Itlghti bill introduced on the
lirst day of the tettlon by (lie lute
senator Sumner, with an amendment
and recommendation of a majority of
the committee that It be patted at
amended. It was placed on the cal
endar.
BY THE~~CABLB8.
Helaru of I be Aiurrleau Mliiltterto
A nutria.
Vibmka, April 14.—John Jay, Amer
ican MluWter, with bit ton-ln-law and
tien. Schlvelnltx, the German Ambay
milor, will Icavo for the L'nltciUilflei
on the 20th Instant.
Break In an Orc<u^*blr.
London, April 14j^f)itrlng a hurri
cane yesterday, livable of lSMceated
working, Th^ault Is re|H>rted 2S
mil** froui VKIentla In 'hallow water.
Two c.ibl^are in uorklng older and
tnetsaon will be transmitted at ntual.
I.au^riliies between Valentlaaml
j/i war* Interrupted yutcrday by thr
itorm.
UuiTiinvr Cat.xniuTiox.— Uncle
George Urlckctt, ail old 41)or, who, for
many yean hat rendered eflicient s»r
vice at Deputy County Kecorder of
Storey conutr, colebrated hit fifty
seventh birthday to-day. \Te met lilin
thin morning coming troin the market
loaded down with Spring chlukent,
celery, porter-houte *teak«. etc. All
of hit nuineroiM friend-* and aoqualu
lancet, remembering hit kind-hearted
new and obliging dlapoelllnn, will
with him an enjoyable anniversary
to-day.
IUiiutkhkd Votbiw.—The regittra
tlou of voters for the coming elections
l< going on steadily. At Juttlce
Wright'* oltlce, Gold Illll, the number
thl* afternoon foot* up to 330; the
number enrolled thiit Ur at Virginia
I* about 1)50. Uusli up and register;
don't wait till tho U«t d.ty, er you
may be crowded out. belays arc dan
gerout.
FoiiTown Tiuuauiucn.—John Wade
la duly announced by card In another
column to-day at candidate for re-elec
tien to the olllce of Treasurer of the
Town of Gold Illll. Mr. Wade lias
made a good and efficient editor and
should tie be re-elected lie will con
tinue to give the same excellent satlt
faction at heretofore.
Skst Up.—On trial before Juttlce
Wright, this forenoon, the chargo
agalntt "Squeaking Tom," of Toauo.
ot stealing -lake Decker'* watch could
net bo proven, therefore ho was tried
for assau11 and battery In knocking
-lake down a few hour* afterward and
kicking him. Tom was sent to tho
County .lall for eighteen days for that.
County Coumtt loncitt.—The Board
of County Cominittionert will bo !■.
teuton on Thursday next at 1 r. u.
Dakcinu Academy Janie* K. Wilton wonld
respectfully Inform the louer* of lb* healtbftl
ami l^autlful *rt ofdancing that he ba» opened
s llr.l rlaa* l»«nrlnk- Academy lu Nillor.il iluard
Hall. Hniltb ilwl, Virginia, when- In.true
lmn« will he given a« follow*: tlrutlcmah'a
«•»*—Monday suit Thursday evening. Ladle*'
t'l»»« — Monday and Thnr»dav afternoon*.
Ladle*' and CnlMren* Wednesday *ail
Saturday afternoons. hjrlce dan-ante every
Saturday evening. 7
To Owmiiu or RatL E>tat>.—Tersoa* own
ing lot* In Die town of Hold Illll, aud who iri
desirous of having the *«in* ronetnl slid en
tered nn Ihe new map. will please rail at Jails*
Koblnson* nflct, overtilbsou's Saloon, on tor
week da;, between the boor* of II snd «. sad
tear* their names, wben th* mailer will bt
promptly attended to by Me*sr*. Ilaltt A Lilian,
Civil Knglnetr* and Surveyor*. St
Fob Ibtverjr beat rbotncrsphr.cn to Bradley
A Hulobnn't (laU*ry wltboit K T A I H8—
l r ASl'K.ND IN TIIB KI.KVATOR, No. i*B
Montgomery *tr*et. Han Kranclsc*.
Ta who Investigate Uallaad't adTcrttssaeat
tkall becott* wlte. •
WESTERNDISPATGHES
[•KCIAL T# TBI 0«LB BU4. 1U1T ■ ■**.]
PROM SAnTfRAIICISCO
Antnlltn Ne«ra-The FU> bland*.
San Fhaxctooo, April 14—1 r. x—
Tho Tartar tailed from Syduejr March
14th. The most Important newt haa
been anticipated by telegraph of Maroh
12th. A (hock ol earthquake wa» felt
In the Province of Adelaide. The
Herald regreti that the trade between
8ydney and Francisco U not more ex
tensive. Much Iom and deprculon
had been oocailoned by the atrlke of
the Iron workers. The Jleralil tayt for
this rekton the future ef manufaoturea
In the colenle* will be moit uncertain,
yet dill the general condition of tlio
country li nut thriving. The Tartar
made fast to the kteainer MacOregor
and pulled about four houre, but fail
ed to itart her. When tho left, the
steamer wat In the Mine petition.
The Juter Colonial difficulty between
Sydney and Victoria la not yet »et
tled. Inland free trade acrou the
river boundary la Hopped and Cuuoma
officer* warn the traveler that tbeugb
he remain* under one flag, ho passei
from the Jurisdiction of one govern
ment to another. An angry corre
ipoudonce li pasting between the
l'rlme Minister* aa to who la to blame
for the result.
The latest new* from FIJI Indicate
thnt event* are tending strongly to
ward* British annexation. It Is re
ported that the Mcrchante' Exchange
In Sydney Ims been partially aban
donod, iint being prolltable. That of
Molbourno It In n flourishing condi
tion. The Tartar arrived at Sydney
March 10th with the malls and passen
ger* of the steamer MacOregor.
Greenbacks, 88'4
SUCCESS BASED UPON MERIT.
It I* a subject of general remark,
among both wholesale and retail drug
gist*, that no medicine Introduced to
the American publlo hat ever galuod
•ucli a popularity and met with so
large a tale In all parts ef the land. In
the same length of time, as Dr.
l'ieroe't Oolden Medical Dltoovery.
This cannot depend upon It* having
been more largely advertised than any
ether medicine, as such I* net the rase.
The correct explanation, wo think. Is
found In the fsct that till* medicine
produce* more wonderful and perfect
curet of very had eases of bronchial,
throat and lung diseases, li undoubt
edly the most perfect and efficient
remedy for all kind* of coughs that
lias ever hrcu introduced to the pub
lic, and at the tame time po**o*set the
greatest blood-purifying and strength
ening properties that medical tcleuco
has lx.cn able to produce, thus render
ing It a sovereign remedy not only In
tho cure of consumption, bronchitis,
hoarseness and cough*, but also for all
dWeato* <>f the liver and blood, a*
•crofulou* disease*, blotches, rough
*klu, pluiples, black specks uud decol
orations. It hat therefore a wide
range of application and usefulness,
and It not only give* tlio mott perfect
satisfaction to all who use It, but far
exceed* tho expectations of tho mott
sanguine, thin eliciting the loudest
pralto and making living adver
tising medium* of all who u«e it. For
these reasons It Is that there Is not
perhaps a druggist in all the vast do
main of tl.lt continent, who trios to
please his customers e»U. supply their
wants, Utar'tToe* net keep and sell
largeDfiantltles of this most valuable
MRulcine.
low*. May 5, 1873.—uh. n.
V. I'iriicr—lienrSir: Wc tnke pleat*
nro III saying tli.it your medlclnot hare
told entlroly beyond our expectations.
H'e regard ihein as the best madlclnos
extant, and hear them spoken of In
the highest terras of prntae.
It. L Smith A Co.
SODA.
Tliu but for I1AKINU purpotet U
oiim D wIo itt A Co.'s.
\ ept3 lit
nuMD, . Reii.rt ADD IIAm.—Whra M. F
IValler, the'-well known and *017 popular Oold
Dili clothier, reada Ik* deOant and latenloui
iu4iilfl»tMi« »f oilier dcalera threatening la eell
•1.1II1111- it k-« than coat, or eaylng Hut their
nock it lh« beet In the country, he merely
ii!"» • a eharilaMo •mil* to uttlTUM hla genial
:nuuteuanre Ilka * geulle zephyr rippling Ilia
balm anrlaca of Lako Tabor. lie twlrla bla
Manly uiuitache and remark*: " Ttiat'a not
l>u» lueaa. Let gontlaai-u coma and trad* with
ma, and wlieu they ><-*|iiat tiny can buy •apo
rlar goodi at leaa prlca and go home every way
Ix-in-r •lilted, thru ihry will tha better under
stand whom to trade wub hereafter." Waller
ralla particular atleutlon lo bla cueaalve atock
n( naw KiMxt*. I.ri i>ihara talk blaed, ecalpa and
hair, but Waller will go on In tha even tenor of
hla way. eelllng flnt-rate goode chaap. •
Kma Photos HAru«.—Dr. A. J. Ilealea.wbaee
photograph galLry la on tba corner of Main and
I'lonoer elreeta, baa Juit received and act up,
ready for imi, oaa of Ike celebrated Dallmerrr
lanaea. ill In alte, aud wbat la called a quick
warker, enabling hlia to take the portrait! of
chlldrvn In thivo «e«>Bd«. or even leaa time. It
al»o enablae hint 10 take photographa of tba
largeat poaplble alto, carda aud amprotjrpee, In
fact any kind of llkrneee tbat la now taken or
may be required. Tha lioclor la oaa of tba
ohtaal, moat thorough and experienced artlata
la tho United Htatea, alwaya aniloua ta aatlify.
and will nal allow any tkat may lavor bio wllh
their patronage to go away diaeatlafled. (ilea
hint a call aud prove Ike troth or wbat we aaj.
CITY BAKERY|
CONFECTIONERY,
ICS CREAM & REFRESHMENT |
SALOON,
NO. 37 NORTH C HTRKKT, TIKfltNIA. |
QANDIB8 OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
Al Wkalwale aa4 Hotall.
PANCT TAKIC or ALL KINDS, made to
order, of the cbolccit material*.
FKEHH DKKAI) delivered to al parta of the
city.
Ball", Partlea and Pamlllra Supplied at tha
abarteat poerlkla notice. *
NEW SUPPLIES CONSTANTLY 01 RANB |
At the Leweal Llvlii Ratea.
Give it a Call.
aplitf
WOOL ALWAYS 0*|
ftAfflS?.""1'
BERLIN rr
U. L IIICJOINA',
MTtf Comer Band Taylor Stf., Virginia.
D.H. A. B. NPI.V&EV,
Well-known throughout the country aa» Palhol
ogist u4 Phyi-lolcpat, wlioM •ucceaelal tirat
Bent of certain physical dlaalillltlea ml ruler
ttoaA) derangements ileeervrdir entitle bin li
the familiar recognition of the'dreat Hpeclall«i
woe lit ree|>ertfully Inform ibe rlllune of Vlr
gtnla City end vicinity that ho bu returned Ic
Virginia, and tan lie consulted until SATI'H
DAY KVICNINQ, APRIL Id, at hie offlre. No
IS. WILLIAMS AM) HIXLEK'B BUILDINll
tKntrance«-o|>|N>«lio Poet-ofllrr. and uu II
atrMl), thai giving Invalid# an opportunity ol
rlddlnf themselves, through hla profosalunal
agency. of each roastltntloaal annoyances and
ailment' aa be claim* to compasa and to rnre.
Without entering Into biographical details, It la
eafflcleat to simply promulgate the fart that Or.
Bplnaey'e earlleav reputation may be traced
back to his InauguralInu and conduct of tbe
Montreal (Canada last) Medical Institute. The
regime of the Kagllsb Pliarmareutlral College la
gaaged by an elevated atandurd. An attended
experience and aa assiduous aludy or the \aried
phaaesof dlstaee. enable him to guarantee at
sur-inces of success In the rraillratleu of the
multiform chronic affections Incident to both
eeiea. each aa Nervous Debility, Kihaaatrd
Vitality. Toothful Kxtvaais, Marriage Impedi
menta. Chronic and Uenrral Afflictions.
TO TilK I.ADIfN. ,
DR. 8PINNKY, while naturally Impressed
with Ibe drllcary of Ibe auhlrct, feels no heel
tancy In assuring them that. In conjunnlen
with a competent knowledge of their varione
sufferings, ancli aa .Nervousness, Neuralgia,
Spinal Weakness, Lose of Appetite, Lasallud*.
Frotapona L'terl, Retroversions or Displacement
of the Woiub, Vagiual Irregularities. Leuchor
rea. Dyspepsia, Indlgrstion, Constipation. and
the man* petty. Irritating dlslraaleaa that al
meat Invariably have their origin In the uterine
region, afford them Immediate relief.
UO.ttB AMD IIK IIKALKI).
It mattera net what your IroaWe may be. come
and let Ihe Doctor examine yonr caee. It wIII
coat yon nothing fur consultation, ao please call
and satisfy yourselves whether the Doctor un
derstands your caae. If be can care yoa he
will tall you ao; If not, he will say so, for ha
will not undertake a cure unless lie la conddent
of affecting a care.
YOPMO MhN,
Who may be suffering from the effects of youth
ful folliea or Indlsrrrtloa, will do well to avail
UemsWrr* of thia. the greatest boon ever laid
at the altar of eutlerlng humanity. Ml. SPIN
NEY will guarantee to forfeit #5UO lor every
case of aetnlual weakness or private disease of
anv kind or character, which lie undertake. and
lallstocare. 1 In would, therefore, aay In Ihe
nnfortunata Batterer who may read this notice,
that yoa aro treading upon dangerous ground
when you longer delay In seeklug the proper
remedy fur your complaint. Yoa may bain the
Ural sta^e—remember you arc approaching the
laat. If you are liorderln; upon Ihe laat, and
are suffering some or all of It* avll effects, re
mxmber thai If yon oballnalely penlat In pro
craattnatlon, the time muat coaiu when Ihe
moet skilirul physician can render vou no aa
alaUnca; nh<-ii Ihe door of Iimit wlil be closed
agalnat you : when no angel of tuirry can bring
yoa relief, lu no raac luta the Doctor failed of
aaccea. Then, let no deapalr work Itself upon
your Imagination, but avail youre<-lfoftbebene
ficial reaulta of bla treatment before your caae
li beyond tbe reach of medical 'kill, or lofure
grim death hurrlts you Into a premature grave,
■>111)1)1.1 I I) .11KN.
Thar* are many of the age of thirty to sixty
who are troubled with too frequent evacuation
of the bladder, often acrompauled by a alight
smarting or burning sensation. and a weaken
Ing of the syalem In a manner the patient «au
not account lor; on examining tbe urinary do
posits. a ropy scdlnieDt will onm be loan J, and
eomotlmee stnall,part:rle« of albumen will ap
pear, or the color will be of a thin and milklab
hue, again rhsuglng to a dark and torpid ap
pearance. There are many who die of thia dil
Scully, Ignorant of the cause, wblcli la tbe sec
ond etage of eemlnal weaknoaa. l)r. Kplnuay
will gaaiaatee a perfect cure In all audi cases,
and a hialihy restoration of Iho genito urinary
organs.
N. 11 -Only an Interview required In tna|orlty
nf rases; balance ot treatment can lie con
ducted at home without Interruptloa of bust -
iicas No cam treated witliout a tx-rsoaal In
terview and proper examlnillon. Oilier hours.
10 to I, t to 4. and 7 to I. Cousallailon tree.
Examination aad advIre, $J. tail 131
L. B. FRANKEL,
8TONE STORE
MAIN STREET COLD HII,L,|
Wh...aale aud He tall Dealer In
GROCERIES
... AMD....
PROVISIONS
0ANDLE8, OILS,
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE,
FINE WINES
AND LIQUORS,|
AND RVBRVTIIINn
Daatllr kill la n First (las. Si.re .f|
Ikl. kind.
L. B. FRANKEL.
|V(liio4iJillr<n4 fr»«of»har*e. »pll m |
Til 10 MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY |
OF NEW YORK.
Notice to Policy Owners |
..••IN TUB
STATE OF NEVADA. |
ON AND AFTER AUGUST I. IRTM'NTIL
forthcr notice. Mr. A.J. IIAI.STON and
Mr. O. W. IIAZr.l.TO.N, of Vlriiliil.,will allrnd
to the cnllecctlou of premium. for thi' fullunlaf
point., via:
VIltOIXIA. DAYTON.
tiOI.D Illl.r.. (ARMON.
MLVKR ( ITT, WAkllOR,
i:mi>ir>:. kk.vo.
Prcmlnm. due In nthrr parlaof Nevada can
h. paid In Ajrul. of W'KI.I.H, FARtlt) A til.,
(in IIKI.IVKHY of lh» IKM I'AN Y'H HHCKI1T.
fV M. J. IIKNI.KY. 4* Hon III II ,lmI. Vlr
vl.la, I. • duly aulhuilard .perl.l Ap'M for Ik.
Btate of Nevada for the Company, lo wbum all
ippllcatlona for lnanrance,C«nipan)°.clrcnlar>l
ale , mar h« made
Han Pranclaro, July *3,1173.
A. B. FORBES,
tpl lm General Arent for Parlgr Coa.t.
CERTAIN AND SPEEDY RELIEF |
GUARANTEED, OR NO
CHARGE.
MY MEDICINES"WILL CCREl
■•...lift, ore.
Mrnrnlaln, I'llr., i'alarrh,
f.una, Thronl. I.lvrr, Kldor). lllo.it
aa< atkla llliMira, lllllou. lll.orHrre*
Mcailaal Wrakn... ar Nervou. Ilrlillltr.
Proper Medicine. furnWI ed and all kinilaof
dlaeaaea treated at a price all can aiford to pay.
Th... Medicine. and Hatha en re * nen all i-Im
rail. I harn bnudred. of recommemlatlena to
that effect. Mora preventive* of private dl.ca.ea.
Call or write to
'» I
PIIYM1CIAN AND MI'HCKOM.
DI8PEN8ARY.
OFFICE. BATIIS and CONSULTING 1(00118.
No. i:tt Ho.tk C alrret, weal aide,
VIKIJIMA, >KV,
da» lm la
GOLD HILL MARKET.
(NEXT DOOR TO NEWS OFflCE.)
L.T. FOX i t~i~PROPRIETOR
A T THIN HIAHKRT
J\ can alivajrt b. found th.
choice.!
>B,F' MUTTON,
P0RK'veal.,
lAPIAlim,(la.«aa.a).
O.rantical.helnr .olectrd from th. h.atCat
tie Ranrbe. In N.vada and California, ax.
alwaya healthy.
PRIVATE FAMILIES AND HOTELS will
_nd It to their advantage to patranlw thl.
Market, wher. they will alway. I>« .applied
with the beat meat* the country can afford.
HINDERED TALLOW, for mill and mining
parpote*.constantly on hand.
apUtf I.. T. VOX.
CEATLEJIEVS CLOTHI.VG, ETC.
ON EXHIBITION
AND I'UB NALE AT
BANNER BROTHERS,
C.rarr O mm* TayUr ilfftu,
VIRGINIA CITY,
THE LARGEST, MOST BEAUTIFUL
MOST MAGNIFICENT
KTOt'K or
SFRIN6 CLOTHING
HVHU UHOUUI1T TO THIS STATE:
30 RIOH IN PABRIO,
SO SUBSTANTIAL IN MAKE,
80 SUPERB IN STYLE, AS TO
SUIT THE MOST FASTIDIOUS,
....AMD...,
So Exceedingly Low in Price
AS TO AORKKABLY ASTONISH
THE MOST ECONOMICAL.
BANNER BROTHER*,
... WHO ALWAYS RTL'DT....
TO PLEASE THEIR PATB0N8
....AM DKTKMUXKD TO....
EXCEL ALL I'BEVIOFN EFFOKTN
DI KING THE I'RESKNT RKASO.V,
....AM*TO rORTIICI....
SUCH STRAIGHT-FORWARD DEALINGS
At h«rn won for tl»rm Iho rr»p*ct «nd .rtcem
of their roll.w cllU.Di
DIAL WITH
BANNER BROTHERS,
....who rciwrr....
IN REDUCING PRICES.
Duy All Your
CLOTHING
....FROM....
BANNER BROTHERS, |
ONLY LIVE CLOTHIERS
IN VIKUINIA, NF.VAItA.
•pi tf
ROOS BROTHERS,|
....or mi....
PALACE CLOTHING STORE
No. 2* Mouth «J Street,
at fJAVIMd MKNOVATFD AND Ri o
25 11 flt'Ml thrtr Ijiri-e btoru throughout, ■
zandhailni; lormrd lui.lnr.. cnnixcilona
Jrbolh In Mil Kmcl.ro and th. girat-H
S U hnlcMl. Mart, of lb. Atlantic 8tair.,sc
uwblch enablra Ih.m t. atintounc. roti m
fltlcnllr that they CAN aid WII.L BH.I.
H- KINK CLOTIIINU ClIBAI'hK THANo
2 ANY OTIIKU IIOl'HK ON TilK COAST.r
Q. lra\r to call Ihn att.titloa of the3
< IVnptcof Wraturi N»T«da to Iholr yfrjot I
JJl rilrti.lv. and cbotc. AM.itmrat of KI1.0
cj Cu.iom mad.
....AID....
FURNISHING GOODS,|
....COMrRIHINO....
FINE NEW STYLE
CASM91GKE SUITS,|
HATS AND CAPS,
1IOYN* CLOTHING,!
HOSIERY,
BOOTS AND MHOES,
CALIFORNIA BLANKETS I
Orrrnlla. DurU l'nnt«. III...... Trunk.t
iVnlUr. a ail Trnvrlln* tlii.a* llaid* 1
kairktora. aa.M«I.ni Tl.a,
II.wn. t'.lti, mm4 I. ran
»»m nrllrlr ■■■•
■llr k.pilaa
FIRST-CUSS ESTABLISHMENT. |
ROOS BROTHERV
PALACE CLOTHING STORE, |
NO. m Ml'TII C MTRKKT.
mi im
WALLER'S
CLOTHING BAZAR,,
In Dr.naU'a New Building.
MAIN WtKKT GOLD IIILI»
M. F. WALLER
CAIX8 PAHTICUI.AR ATTKNTION TO I
bla eitan.W., wall arlectcd Hock .f 1
WINTER CLOTHING !|
....r0*«i"TiM0 or....
OUEM AND DI'MMKW NI'lTH,
BOYH' CI«TIIINIJi
nittxtMiiiMi coo oh,
IIATM. BOOTH, NllOKW,
TRUNK* TALMK*,|
Kir., which ho ofl.rt
AT NEW YORK PRICESl|
tVOall and .uinlu. b.f.r. parcbMlnealM
wlirr*.
mCHCAPCH-r AN0( oni.t|
pUc. to bur PIANOS, OR
GANS, SHEET MUSIO »<*> MUSIC j
BOOKS, i* •»
It. k IIIMMNN'.
I.ITtr Corner D and Tairlor Ita.. Vlrrtnla.
FOR TOWN MAR8HAL.
THOMA8~ KELLY
iH ANNOUHCKD AM CANDIDATE FOR
rr-alMtlun to th. ofllc.ofTown Marahal
Gold IllU, anb|Mt to lh« dwi.lon of lb* n*>
|il. at Um coning Town electl.n. apt Id*
OBSTLEMM'S CLOTBIM.ETC,
WHITE HOU8B
CLOTHING STORE!
THE LATEST ARRIVAL
•••.or....
Spring and Summer Stales.
TI1E GRUMBLING
Or BALD MOUNTAIN IS AR NOTHING
compand Kith the crarobllox .f kw. of
oar Clothing Drtlen u they dally obeerre ibelr
cuflomera Teatlnc Ihem and wrndlnc their
ni to tb. WHITE HOI ME (XUTBIXM
MTOKK. tb. oaly olar.lntown wb.r. jrou
K»t rail bargain. la Ctolblsc.
THE PRAYING WOVEN
IUId on tb. aalnone In tb. Km! ; bat b«r*. >11
who «ui pood, tubatantlal, w.U MlI. aad
fathlonabl. Clothlni;. raid on tb. WMITK
HOI ME CLOT1IIMU MTOKK.
THE HAITIJIOTH CAVE
Would probably bold t larger flock of good,
thaa «ny hour* In burn. and. perbape, » l»»
mere fhratdy pondf aril empty paper b«ie»thafc
»oinr of onr big •hrxldy clothing warehouMa,
but a better flllnl and more compart enable
ment than tk. WHITE IIOlftE I'LOTII
IMU MTOKK I* tint to b. found on tb. I'atl
#c roaat-lt afford# no room for aboddjr and
imply paper boxea.
A BICI STRIKE
Id tb. Cnmatoek would doohtlMa aend alorka
up all alone tbc line, but COIIJI * IMA At M
pledge th.frword that they would atlllcontlnuu
t. aril cooda aa cheap at «t»r, regtrdlea. of tb.
flock excitement.
THE DEVIL,

In tb. form of a paid pl|>«r. once routed all tb.
children nf a Tillage to follow blm off. CooM
he have tbown tuch bargaina In Clothing aa are
to b. had of CUII.X A IN A AO* all the par
rnta w.uld bar. Allowed, aa well aa tb. cbll
dren. and tbue be would hare cleaned oat lk«
wbol# Tillage.
A HAUNTED HOUSE
la In fom. placet an ohlxl of wonder and ter
ror. but the WHITE IIOlMKCKOTIII*U
MTOKK la conelanily haunted, day and ntgbt,
by a whole army of customer*, and yet It I# tb.
in Oft popular place In tnwa. A NKW SUIT
effectually laya ercry (boat that makM I la ap
pearance.
COHN & ISAACS,
If*. 1« c el*»*«,
VIRGINIA OITV. NEVADA,
frtoir
iffEffiofllTTENTIOII!
WK TAKE THIS METHOD TO CALL
your attention to the followlnj STATE
MENT OK PACTS, which we in confident ea
•lAinlnAlltD will pror« trut:
FIRST-*• har*,h# UrT,,t and «neet Sl*r*
11, the IlUt*. rruwded with the b«t eelectid
•lock and larseel *»rl«tjr of
CLOTHING,
Gent*' Furnfohinff Goods,
hats and boots,
BOYS' ClOTHIMi RUBBER CL0THIHI,
Trukli Vnllere nnJ rtaleheU.
SECOND-Thot wc keep A FINER GRADE
of fte aloee named artldee than Any ether
Store In the Out*.
THIRD-That we al»o keen a Urge aeeort
mint of MEDIUM CLAM GOODS, inch u
Are kept In otker Storee.
FOURTH. ,#<t lA»t-ThAt we are deter
Mined to UNDERSELL Anything we eon*
acroee In ear Hue.
We. tkcrefore. extend to oar MIMNM
friend*, or "An* othrr Men, Women or Child,
«i! ln»lt«tl#n loC'ALL KIRST ON UH. And ee*
for themeelre*.
TO MINKR8I
The p*tron**e Andwnfl,le»fe efwhem j"
riijoyfd MlWfi ^ K KMHUUIX 1NMTB
YOU to nil anifeiemlno oor Stock. And eAllefjr
ye*reel»ee of the BAI1UA1NS that we are now
prepared to cite yoa. . ~
SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER IN ANY STYLE I
RKINSTEIN * WOLF,
,pl |m M«leK«r*et,fleldHIII._
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
C. ABRAHAM,
Merchant Tailor,
NO. 23 NORTH C STREET,
VIRGINIA,
QALLS TO* ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC
TO I1IS VINE HTOCK OF
PANT8 PATTERNS,
VESTING®, and
SUITINGS,
. ...which m nil..,.
JU8T RECEIVED!
....AMD WUICU He...
MAKES T0J0R0ER IN THE FINEST STYLES
AND AT PRICES
LOWER THAN HERETOFORE
Gentlemen In need of anything In hi.
will do well by firing him a **11.
SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER I
OP TBS BEST MATERIALS, AMD
IN ANY STYLE,
Only Three Dollars,
fell Ira
San Franciscoo Clothing Store.
BARNERT * LOVE,
IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN COT
Urn and ready mad*
CLOTHING,
aENTLBM BJPH FI'RNIAIIINU GOOD*.
AMD BOTS' CLOTniNO.
LalMt "J Tllll"T"
Remainder U>* pUee-BOOTIJ C STRE1*.
VlrjrtnlA,Net.,flr.1 d*oreonlhof BankofOeU
fimli. !

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