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THE EVENING NEWS.
ALP. DOT FX, i i lUlieraad Preprteler.
00M> KILL. • * i KOI DAT. MAT 4. 1174
A (ilXtD 1>VK**T-XK.VT.
In 1373 three hundred and Mxty
five thouund tout of ore were beUted
frera the Comstock lode. The Sutro
Tunnel, according to estimates made
by Ita projector* and manager*, I* to
cost $1,100,000. When completed that
company will recelre 93.00 per ton on
every ton of ere extracted. If It had
been flnlthed last year. 9730,000 would
hare been gtc*n to Sutro, for every
body kuow* the tunnel U absolutely
useless for all tbe purpose* for wblcb
It was projected, save the principal one
ot bleeding the mine* to the limit of
the statutory royalty. This year there
will be nearly, If not quite, 500,000
ton* of ore hoisted from the Comttock.
Tbe royalty thereon would be f1.000,
000. A pretty fair Income en a
91,400,000 Investment aud no ad
dltlonal expense*, for It I* net neces
sary to uke out ore through the tun
nel to claim tbe royalty. That ac
crue* In any event. If ore la taken
out thro^l! the tunuel Sutro gets pay
for hauling It. I* It any wonder that
an Investment which promisee an lu
coiue of nearly tweuty-five per cent,
per annism upon the capital Invested,
tlnds favor with the sordid huckster*
who manipulate the legislation of the
period.* Is It auy wonder that as
Sutro passes In and out of the Capitol
galleries, with pockets fell of
tuunel stock he is looked upon
a* a good man to be fkvored?
We talk of Credit Moblller and
Justly dtdde and condemn the
hypocritical participant* In that most
lulqultous swindle; we prate about
the salary grab and doom to political
perdition the men who liave descended
from their hlgli potitien >i legislator*
U grovel In the mire of avarice »nJ
hoggWhnee*. Hut neither Credit Mo
blller nor **lary grab ever embraced
within tbenitelve* half the eleuieuti of
Injustice which crop eut all over this
la*t attempted gluttony of Sutro and
hit cohort*. Not a tenth part of the
bold fared bribery, tbe unblushing ras
cality, the contemptible ineauneif,
lurrounded either ef tho«e dwindle*
which I* dally developed In the prog
re** of thi* ceuteit through the Nation
al Legislature. And when we further
call to laiud the fact—*o ImporUut
that even the Couiiulstioner of the
General Land Otllce In Washington
ha* deemed It hi* duty te eruphaslxe
and call attention to It—that Sutro i*
to-day, and without the pui.^e of the
odious law which lie now *eek* to have
enacted, a* fully protected in hia right*
a* when In ISO!, the law which guar
auteeJ hi in royalty wa* pitted, the
enormity of the attempt new being
made will be apparent. Do those of
our reader*, who perhaps allow their
friendship lor the tunnel enterprUe to
•utweigii their dltcretlon, realize that
Umi passage ef tho act in question It
nothing more nor leu than legislating
a question only proper for courts to
deelde? That It will establish a pre
cedent which, if followed, wilt super
sede all court*, set aside all jury trial*
and commit all right* of life, liberty
and property to tbe mercy of a legis
lature? Yet It Is even so.
Tuc attempt of Don Jote de la
Concha, tbe new Captain General ef
Cuba, to re-open the African tl >ve
trade under the pretext of lmpo"<ng
negro laborers, emits forth a vljpr'us
protest from many Kastern excludes.
'I'he St. I.oul* lttMucnti ujr* tliat the
old man will find hlintelf inUtakeu If
ho think* tlie United State* will allow
any such thing to be done. Don J oho,
says the it an old liar
trader, and bat made Immeute turn*
of money by the Importation of tlavet
from the coast ef Africa during hit
two prevleu* termief otHce a* Captain
General ef Cuba, in the "good old
time," when tblt business wat ttlll
considered Mm vary thing for a gentle
man to earry on. Sine* than, how
ever, the world hatclun^ej It* notion*
on lh« subject, and I» m Jote will
find out that he will have to
change lilt too, seveaty-feur years
old though ho be. Tha (lave trail* It
now looked upon at a barbarinn and
a crime, which all tbeclvlllied nation*
of tho wT.i hare agreed to extermln
ate; and no govertimi nt I* mora <Iell
cately sentlUve on tha subject now
than tho one tliat baa »o much to atono
for In thU vary respect, on account of
having ittelf tolerated the odious trade
In former Mate*, for to many year*.
Our nation hat treated Cuba very
gently hitherto; lu fact, with Infin
itely more cantideratlon than tha bar
barian there ettabllthej deserved.
They have even replied to tha.recent
Santiago iu «ucre, and the capture uf
the Virglniu*, merely by a simple pro
to.:, rather ibnn take possession or the
Island Itaelf, and putting it* alTnIrs la
order, ltut if Gen. Candia thould at
tempt to re introduce tho Importation
of African ilarei Into Cuba, bo would
•tlr up an exciteuirut amongst the
American people, which would In a
very abort time add another ttar to
•ur Hag.
Makk Tw.ua It said to b« writing
another book, the subject of which it
what h« taw In Kngland. Tha I'nila
delphla it ul says: Mark It a genial
writer, and ueed to be a very striking
one, but somehow or other, ha la -mt
to have lost, of late, tliat freshness and
liiclslvaneai af humor which formerly
distinguished hlin. lVrhaps Ilia new
book may be In hit old atyle, the ttyla
which first brought hlin Into notice.
We hope to anyhow.
Gins. O. U. IIowamo mule a written
atatement before tha committea who
are engaged In Investigating the
Krtedmeu's Bureau fraud*, but re
futed to swear to It, which I* much too
thin even from a Christian soldier.
A i*orr of the Grand Arosy of the
Rapubllc U to be established In Kureka. ]
NOT A CANDIDATE.
It U a strange fact that there are
people in the world who caunot com
prehend the possibility of a candid
dlMuulon of prluelplo unlet* attached
thereto there be a selfish and personal
end (ought to he attained. We hate
lately, at different time* and to the
be*t ef our ability, taken the petition
that at to the offloe of State Superin
tendent e( Public Instruction, the In
cumbent should be one who could do
voto hit whole time to Iti duties, es
pecially tbould he oet be a clergyman
who, while holding office, alto talcet
charge of a pastorate. We think our
potltlou en thlt tubject hat been sus
talned both by argument and experi
ence. But, with a tplrlt little thort
of meanneu. certain contemporaries
have lutlmtted that loitead of prin
ciple In the matter eur whole effort
bat been to pare the way for the eleo
tlon of a friend, nay, more, a member
ef the local ttaff ef the Qold Hill
Xkw*. The Carton Tribune comet
out plumply and announoet thlt
gentleman at a candidate for the
office under dltcuulon. We have
merely to lay, and we do It
authoritatively, tliat l'rofettor Flint,
the gentleman referred to, It not and
under no circumstances, will be a can
didate lor thlt office. He has neither
mentioned tout nor to any oneelteany
suggestion of tuch candtdaoy, and wat
at Indignant and surprised as were we
at the tortured construction of our
motives, ami the announcement of his
name for tho office, flight here, and
for tlie benefit of whom It may con
cern, we will add, that no one con
nected with tho Goi.d Him, News,
either in the editorial or local depart*
ment, It ur will bo a candidate for auy
office whatever at the next election ;
that we propoee to be absolutely free
to discuss both the principles and qual
Ideations of all caadldatet,from United
States Senator down to Constable, and
to Jo 10 most effectually (hall have ne
as of our own to grind. That* of our
contemporaries thereafter who may
fall Into the delusion that we are pros
tituting or «T«n using tlia celamns of
tha Gold llu.t. Ntna for our own po
litical preferment, must do *o la tha
faca of tills apparently necossary
denial. H'e hardly think it possible
to pr*«ide over tha column* of a dally
inurnal Impartially and at tha aatna
tiiue bo a candidata far ofllce.
*K\AToiT~MTRO.
A dlapatcli to tha Attn states that
Sutra'* lait movement ha* baau to an
nouiioa himself a* a candidate for Uie
U. 9. Senate to succeed Win. M. Stew
art. lie aay* he will tpeud III* I ait
deliar to get himself elected, and that
Sellgmvi A Co. of Sin Francisco, will
support hlin. Well! well! Here tt
richness. The voter* ef Nevada, and
especially of Storey county await with
intense anxiety hi* advent to thi* lo
cality. Will he come a* dc*cribed by
Lord Byron?
••Tbo A»«?rl*B can* down Ilk* a waif en the
fchl."
lilt perkrt* dl»l«ndrd br Mock*, hoad* and
(•Ml
We liepo *o. It will Kir up things.
Stock* are down and time* are dull.
Sutro laya he will apend all hi* money
to get elected. In our humble Judg
ment that 1* no small *um. Hall to
ibe " King who couiet to marshal us
In all hi* armer drc*t." Advance, oh,
pulstant descendant of an ancient and
warlike Asiatic dynasty, wave thy
scepter over the bowed head* of thy
subjects, and receive the ballets whlcb
forge forever the chains which secure
their servitude and thy power. Hall
Senator Sutre of Assyria. Selab. At
last we have a candidate who will
"sling his ooln." But where did he
get It? Net out ef the mines, for he
owns tiene. Not out ef the tunnel, for
that his as yet been productive of
nothing save expense. Ah! we have
it. Somebody gave It to hiiu. Lucky
Sutro. Able lobbyist. Kit *tate*mau
ef the period.
Tub editor of the Carton Tribune li
evidently and wilfully laboring under
a wrong Impreulen In bit Issue of Sat
urday last, judging from lili leader ou
"Political Partisanship,'' or else he
le wilfully blind or naturally obtuse.
In commenting upon whatever ap
pear! In tlie column* of thl* paper, It
U but juit and appropriate that be
iliould reply enly to the editor there
of. He ctti pitch Into our recotd all
he pleases, and every plum he gelt to
the windward of ui on that, he le weU
come to eat. When he undertakes
personalities regarding any one elie
connected with this paper, he steps
eut of hl« properly recognised prov
luce, an.I we shall to underetand him.
FounJ Dead la tho River.
At a boa 111:30 a. m., day before ve«
terday morning. Mr. David Khler
brought Information to the ofllce of
Justice Mo^er tint a dead body had
been seen floating in the Truckee river
about one mile below Wads worth. A
p.»rty of cltixens at once started In
search for the tame and at last found
the body In the river about four mllet
below Wadswerth.uear Brown's ranch.
L'pou securing the body it proved to
bp that ol a Chinaman who, from ap
pearance* bad been III tho water for
several ncekt. Jiittlco Moger at once
summoned a Jury and repaired to
where the body was tecured and held
an lmiuo.it on the tame. The Jury,
alter viewing the remains, returned
the fallowing verdict: We the under
signed, summoned to Inquire Int* the
cause of the death of a Chinaman louud
floating In the Truokee river, near
Brown's ranch, below Wadsworth, do
flnd that the tald Chinaman came te
hit death by accidental drowning In
the Truckee river and tliat hit name It
unknown te the Jury. W. D. Epper
son, Wiu. Xicholls, Un. E. Cobb, A.
3. Uolcomb, Jno. llollaway aud Johu
I.ee.—Itenn Juurn'tl, .Vjy 3.
1*kr«onai.. -George Uoeth, son of
John Booth, editor of the Belmont
Cowirr, arrived from Salt lake this
morning, accompanied by his bride—
a fair flower plucked from l7tah't
deserts—and pitted ou to hit home at
ItelmenL—iCeeee Utter lleceille, M t<j 3.
A Tkoy cremation lit asks, wouldn't
it be pleasant to receive a dispatch
lomethlnr like tbit tome day: Dear
Mother: William died at noon to day.
AsImm by mail. Youra lu sorrow, (
Joon Smith. i
Truckee Items.
[From the Rspablti sau, Mtj J.]
ArnnnawnU are being raids to so
cart dully communication the coming
Summer between Truckee and Cane*
City by tbe way of Lake Tahoe. The
distance to Carton by the way ol Ta
hoe City U 44 mile*; by Hot Springs
It U only 40 miles. With good man
agement the trip between Truokeo and
Carson can b« made In Ave heure and
a half. The distance by the way *1
lleuo and the railroad l« 78 mile*. If
the route by the way of the lake should
be well established It could not help
becoming popular with the traveling
public, particularly with those travel
ing between San Francisco and Vlr
glula City.
We are Informed that a German
named Palmtag committed lulolde
by hanging hlmtelf at Dutch Flat on
Wednesday la*t. The man had been
suffering a long tlmo from a protract
ed Illness, and It la supposed he was
Inuae at the time he committed the
act.
The Boca sawmill will be run night
and day for tbe present. This Indi
cates a heavy demaud for lumber.
Twelve oars of lumber and railroad
ties were shipped froin Truckee this
afternoon, aggregatlng76,000 feet.
Battle Mountiln Items.
[From Um lIsMnre for llrasar* M»j J.]
On Wednesday last, two hundred
kegs of powder were unloaded from
train So. 7. Before It could he re
moved to MeWllllams' pewder-houie,
u wild Irishman perched himself on
the topmost keg and deliberately load
ed, lighted and smoked Ills clay pipe,
notwithstanding the loud calls ef the
railroad men te "come down." iJe
smoked a few minutes and then came
down ; to the gre.it relief of all tlmse
near enough to realize what he was
sitting on. Johnny has nbout one
thousand kegs In his powdsr-house,
which, by the way, Is one of tho best
oq lbs railroad.
Mr. Brawn, our very efficient and
popular Central Pacific Kallroad
Agent, kindly furnishes us with the
following shipment* of ore for tbe
Sist week: Battle Mountain Mining
ompany, 125toas; White andShlloh,
40 tons; MoBeth's Humbug, 10 tons.
Total oro shlpmeuts for the week, 175
tens.
Well*, Fargo A. Co. shipped, the past
week, Ul bars of bullion from Austin,
valued at $31,200. From fUlmont, ft
bars, valued at f.\500. Total ship
ments for the week, 39 bars, valued at
#30,700.
Eureka Item*.
I Pram Iha Hanlloal of May It I
From Itobort Mitchell, we loirn that
• rich strike waa mule In the lloOgilon
mine, at Secret Canyon, yesterday af
ternoon. The discovery nni m.lilo
while ruiitiiti^c the ea«t J11ft lu the
Lameuroux shaft, l'J lent from the but
ton! of the mine. It Is not yot known
to what extent the development
reaches, but the rock In light la tlrnt-'
class mil line indicates that It
I* the commencement of a valuable
lead.
The political pot appears to be
already becoming agitated. Yesterday
•lie ot tlie rln.' ai he style* himself,
remirked, that In a tuvr days he
would receive a subsidy of $13,000 for
whisky money and other trllles.
IKrora Iha Capol, May 11
J. Wadish, of the I>ictator mine,
Newark district, brought In a train of
twenty two pack mules loaded with
ore, to day, and deposited It at tho
Ilooiao furnace. The aggregato In
weight of the shipment amounts to
nearly 12,000 pounds.
\V. L. IMtchard's teams loaded to
day with 20,070 pound* of bullion far
the Railroad.
Joaquin Miller In Italy.
[Florence CorrMpoiiUom-e of the Courier-Jour
Hi]
At an evening reception I observed
a man wlie had neglected lioth broad
cloth and glove* ;lils hair hung over
hit forehead aud Ida thin boots had no
polish.
"Thai's Joaquin Miller," said my
mother; *'lie It living down In the
theater of Marcellus, among the old
Iron and scrap shops, studying the peo
pie and neglecting the forms aud cere,
mouy whlcu society Imposes on all but
Its pet lions." 1 was seated with him
later when he was Invited by a lady to
dance. 11c declined with the oxcute
that ha had retired from tho carpet
since ho got a bullet In his leg. "I vr
haps Mr. Millar would give us the war
dance," suggested a gentleman near.
"Oh, do! Sir. Miller," pleaded sever
al young ladlesatonce. " Well, now,"
said he, "It was only two cr threo
evenings ago when, after being begged
an hour and a half, 1 agreed to try the
war-dance, but I had scarecly began
prallmlnarlec when the ladies objected
and of courae I had to give It lip."
" Why, how strange, Mr. Miller; what
did you do?" "Naturally," Mid be,
'• 1 was going to dance It In costume,
but 1 hadn't gone any further tlian
taking off ray coat and vest, when the
people objected, as I told you."
11c doesn't write any letters now,
for If he attempts It the person tills his
thoughts tho whole day, and that Is
too great a sacrifice of time; and as
for reading any he let* them accurnu
late awhile aud then presents the bun
dle to a frleud.
Golden Islands In the Pacific.
The Alaika ller>il<l says : A tea Cap
tain Inform* us thai recently renorteii
discoveries of golden Island* In the
1'aclllc, remind tilin of a elicuuistauc<i
which occurred about four years ajjo.
while ho wai cruMng oT Port Slay,
In llu» Csar's Jurisdiction. 11* learm>d
that a number of Japaucie, engngcd In
collcotlnts Mt in on, discovered a
Dioiiutalii on Termination Island, 20
miles nortbeait of l'ort Mar. wonder
fully rich In gold. The Japs had
worked about two week* and had tak
en out a large amount when the Ku«
sian soldiery stationed on the main
laud, about two tulles diitaut, learned
what was going on and immediately
took poawslnii of the mine* In the
name of the Emperor. '1 lie Japanese
wer? permitted to depart with an in
tlinatloii that If they returned to the
Uland, they would be provided for
lile with iltuatlous as miners olao
whore within the Czar's domains. The
Captain saw very rich specimens from
termination Island, whllo at Port
Stay. They wero of coarse gold, from
tho surface of the mountain.
Tiir three lions of Washington at
present are Mr. Sartorls, Arlstarchl
Uey and Senator Jouei. The two
fcraier, with their liarbarous nam**
liavn but small attractions for us; but
with Jones It Is different. A "counts
rrom tire Capital represent him as be
ing assaulted by matcli-inaking niaiu
man,' besieged by lovely widows, and
:harged upon by battalions aud maid
ins and aplusters of all the various
trades of beauty. Thus far he has ro
lUted all the faiclnatlons ot the fair
>nea, and will soon render himself '
wcure by building a castle llko unto
itewart's, where he can Imraur* hlm
olf aud be aala from the attacks aud '
tratagems of Uie fair.—Eureka Cm;*/, j
Flooding the DeMrt.
A writer In 'the Dally Star, of Lot
Annies, doubt* It tb« benefit* that
might be derived from flooding a por
tion or the California DeMrt by turn
Ing tho courso of tlie Colorado Hirer,
would compensate for tbe Injurloi thli
course would Inflict upon Arizona, by
destroying the preseat water way to
the Qul( of California and, perhapi,
putting an end to the town or Yuma,
llavlng read many theorist regarding
the change (for the better) whlcb flood
ing the low desert would effect In tho
cllmato ef Uili entire southern coast
belt of country, we should «ay that,
ware the pnblio certain that the change
would mrely come and eontlnuo, they
would, we reel sure, take chanoee on
all damagee liable to cuiue, ilnce,
with Increased rainfall. Irrigation
throughout Western Arizona and
Southern California would scarcely be
necessary to the sucoessful raising of
all kinds of fruit, grain, cotton and
oilier ataplet.
Aa to the doubts expressed of the
ability ol the Colorado River to fill
up the now waterlese basin—once a
part of the Oulf of California—there
la, in our mind, net a shadow of doubt.
—Arizona Miner.
,,, i
What is Meamtmy a.HoiukPower/
The power of prime movers Is meaa
ured by horso power. Watt found
that the strongest Loudon diaft borses
were capable ef doing work equivalent
to raising 33,000 pounds one foot high
per minute, and he took this as the
uult It of power for the steam engine.
The horse It not usually capable or
doing so great a quantity of work.
Itaukln gave 'JO,000 foot pounds as the
llgure for a mean or several expert
ment*, and It Is probable that 25,000
root pounds is a fair minute's average
work fnr good anlmsls. It would re
quire five or six men to do the work
of a strong horse. Watt'a estimate
luti become, by general eonseut among
engineer*, the staudanl or power for
iaoa<ureuieHt for all purposes. —
Scientific American.
NEW TO-WAV.
Gold llill Miners' Union.
SPECIAL MEETING.
AMPECIAt. MKSTIXO OK THE GOLD
Hill Minora' I'nlon will held it Mlnera'
1'nion IIaII. tlold Hill, on HATI'RDAY KVBM
IMt. May M, at 4 o'clock, for the purpoio of
ro-plflnr anil entertaining the Virginia anil
Mirer cTlr Miner.' L'klana, wlirn a (rand re
union will take place. A fall anil |iromut at
tendance af tho member# li rcapactftlly rc
qnW JOHN F. Mi DONNELL, Praaldeat.
r. J. Laiuax, Secretary. aj.» Id
WTPOND1KNT.
Tin" ahore meeting la hereby po«t|>oned nntll
MONDAY KVKNINli, Mar <- MM. on account
of tha death of one of onr member..
myJtt _ J. V. MrDONMIH.L. PwtMnl.
PROF. GEO. H. LITTLE S
SINGING SCHOOL,
....AT TI1K....
AT THE M. E. CHURCH,
a 01.ii ii 11.i..
TUESDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS,
At Half-anal fwrrn O'IIkIi.
"I)RICES OF AnMIMtON-a|£EE9B
J Kor Oeotlemeii, f1. |jillr».L)t«
V 10, and Child ran, f I >0 |>,-r J J tf J J
miuili. All Ink-reeled In alaglni* are invited
lo at land.
A Mortal will be t.lvaa rverr lloath.
inyl 1 in URfinOK II. I.ITTI.K.
THE
BROOKLYN RESTAURANT,
(Noil I* Walla, Fare* Sc fa.),
VIKUIXIA CITY, NEVADA
JOHN S. YOUNC. PROPRIETOR.
'I'll 18 TOPl'LAR KKSTAl'RAT
A lian been enlarged, renovated
and elegantly furunlicd, and la
now the Largi-at and
.M04T KI.KOANT DININO NAI.OON
In the Htate af Nevada. Krrrjthlnr about Ihe
tiremlaee la kept n» neat aa a pail*-, tka great
ball being furnl.hed with thirty o<td table*. the
walla ornamcited with mlrrora, engraving a, ete.
TUB NEW KITV1IKN
Recently added to tha building, laeomnodloaa,
thoroughly well fUral.hed, and la pieeldod oyer
by Ua
Baat Caaka la (he Caaatrr.
Patrona of tha Brooklyn may raat aaanred
that tbey will And on their tablea all tho anb
•tanllala and dellt aclea of the aeaeon aa eoon aa
tbey rnma Into the market.
Teriaa, reasonable : hour*, accommodating;
and nail.facfloa guaranteed lo all caeca. Call
at tha HROOKI.TN. ml lm
(Careou Appall, ('.ran Valley I'nlon and San
Pranclaco C'liroalrle. ropy and a«ud bill.)
DANIEL O'CONNELL,
74 South 0 8t., opp. WHIp, Fargo & Co.,
WHOLESALE AND RITA 11. DIALSII ItI
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
CROCKRRY AND QLAHMWARK,
Candlra, Tallow, l.nrri, foul nml Olll
....AUO....
WINES AND LIQUORS
orikii viimi QMiiir. /
Fin* Olil Brendlr*. rlnlaje. from 1110 to 1MI0.
C'hnlrn lloorlxin. Moiiongahela. Hrutchanri Irltta
Whl.klra: OH Oporto, nuriromly nml I'ort
Wine*: Champagne* and (larct*,k>nartntfed.
Mr -in.-li of llnrnr* and froeerle* In full and
complete, and will l«*nld at th*lowrrt]>o*Mt>lr
price*, and dellwred In rnMomer* Ove uicharge.
DANIKI. O'OONNEl.t..
ml I in T< Month 0 Urol, Virginia.
J. CORNWELL,
II*. It North r ulrMl, Ylrglnln,
MANUFACTURER OK THE
CRANDALL PATENT SPRING
BED!
A'*n a new patent steel couplet
SI'ltlSll. the lint cm Introduced In A bed ou
th* Pacific rout.
I nuw offi-r lo the public * KPRINO MAT
TRESS GONPUnm W IT8ELP, nrodlngno
tnp mattrcr!*, raving Hi* entire cn*( *f * top
niattreM.
Cum, ami »e* my Improved PORTABLE
SPRING AND FRAME MA1THB.SSES, Dura
ble, Cheap and Cumfiirtable.
AI*o dealer In UPHOl-NTERT and FURNI
TURE of every description.
J. CORNWEI.L.
m4 m W North C alr»«t. Virginia.
R. W* GRANT & CO.,
UPHOLSTERERS
■ .AMD. •
CABINET MAKERS,
■ -
KiiAzii:u'ft nriLDiMa, ooi.duill.
(Next abort I ho Ntwn olSce.)
MATTUB.S»E«iAUK TO ORDER
And Warranted fur from Uno to Kl»a Yrara.
f" Nnw and Hornndhand Furnltura Rough
tni' Soli' wn Ciiminl»»;«n. m* m
VIRGINIA RESTAURANT!
Next to Jaitlrr Yaaaa'a C««rt»K»»Bi,
MRS. J. S. BEALS • PROPRIETRESS.
HATINO n A1) HKVKRAL.
rnn' •i|*rl«-nc» In the r*»-'
■aranl bu.lnm In thin city, tho
'ruiirirtrrai fwl« confident of litr
ibllhj to Mltifjall.
MO ( II INKSK rOOKH
Irt ML|i1orMl, and tha TAitl.HS will *lw»r» b*
applied «Hb lh« irrj btit (he mark< I »rfonl».
irapnnil bjr ei|*rl«ncr(l whlta cook*. Frier#
ruoutblr, mj4 Ira
NEW TO-DAY.
R008 BROTHERS,
....OP TO....
PAUCE CLOTHING STORE
mo. 99 South C Street,
8IJ A VINO RKNOVATKD AND RK-«
II fltlrd thflt UrK« 8lor« thruggbout, m
ac and having formed ku»lne»« connection •
fcboth la Htn KraacUco and the i;mt —4
S Wholesale Muu of tba Atlutie BUM*, a
o which eiuhlee them to anntoonce con-m
fl(lf nil; tb*t the? CAN and WILL JBLL
t— KINK CLOTItlNa ClIRAPkK TIUNo
«2 any OTUXU UOl'SE ON THE COAST, m
£.beg leave to call tba attcntloa of the >.
< People of Wet tern Nevada to thtlr very M
~ rxtrmlve and choice Aiaertmeat of Klua^
" Cuelom-made _
....AID....
FURNISHING GOODS,
. ...COMPRIHINO....
PINK NEW STYLE
f ASSIHERE SUITS,
HATS AND CAPS
BOYS' CLOTHING,
HOSIERY,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CALIFORNIA BLANKETS
Oreralla. Dick Paata. Blea.re, Traaka,
.Vallaea aa4 Travellaa !Ua«. Ilaad.
ittrr arflel* ana
allr keptiaa
FIRST-CLASS ESTABLISHMENT.
ROOM IIBOTHER*'
PALACE CLOTHING STORE,
no. ai south c htrbkt.
m< 1m
CORNER SALOON,
.m.couii or....
.HAIR ft PIONKIR MTKKBTM
GOLD HILL.
'piIK CHOICEST AND BEST BRANDS OF
WINBN, MQCOVM.
FOHTKN, AM * ClttAKH
Alwayi on hand.
DEPOT FOR WAM1IOK BRKWKKY.
The bo«t of LAOER BEER ftirnl»hed tc
famllle* and caitmuer* generally, by the Ktg,
Gallon, Qnart or Bottle.
THE BEST JENNY L1ND TABLE
In town, ind * comfortable CLl'B ROOM *1
thu rear or tba laloon. Friend* alway* wel
come.
Ui4 tf J. T. LARKIN.
Tin Mrl.KLUX UOLD AND *11
»J vor Mining Company.—Location of work*,
Amcrlran Kl»t, Htorry county, Nevada.
Notice.—'There ire deliuqiient ii|Hin thcfol
lowltiif di-miicd »lock, on account of a*a ■■
mimt No 9. levied on the Mllh day of February,
l«74,llien>vur»l anount* *et opposite thenauiei
of the roe|>ecllTc abarcbolder*. u follow*:
Nidh, No. Crrt. Sim. Ami
A baithorp 10# in
16i 161 164
115 IS* 167.. .KM. U
W Lnndberg lift 137....40....*) U
Jndgn lllll 75....20.... 10 nc
llarry Hreen i ...54....11 X
Align*! MoMru|> C> .. lu 6 W
llcur? Suthorp I'l 111... .fO... .30 01
Wui limit 11 17
141 WJ lit
116 llil 171).. .111.. .1(7 M
•loprnh Arrowemlth IM....33 tt M
II l'uter*on 73....10 6 0(
Mr. FA Wood* ill... *6....13 M
.Inhn Wluklrmau Ill 6 3 M
Herald l^irenUrn 1*1 ...10 5 0C
Luther A hcbrueder 93 M
119 111...176....87 IC
A I* Duboli 110 113
1» 160....76 00
Mm W Lnndberg Ill ... 6 IK
K I.ultlg 130.. 30....10 00
John Hunt 1X1 ft 1 M
1) K Leachy It*....10 6 00
Peter I'onneeon 11H....30 ...WOO
Wm S Mr Fail ra I.VI
111 116....26....13 6fi
I! S Winn 137....33....13 M
X P Pelerton 17J....I0.... 6 on
F Lnther 147...16#....77 60
John (irwlr III....33....13 SO
(' M Schuljt 119 60
l.iwreicn Deal IV* 31.... 10 M
It U Reed IM....26....11 10
Janu-a Uiuincaen IU 101
163 1M....60....36 00
Jiwrph Rarcrafl 105.... 6... 5 10
WT Mooni \M... Ml... 13 00
Samuel Hnnt 1C9 171....» ...II BP
EidII llanaon 3t 31
37 «9 ISO
151 169 330...11* 00
And Id accordance with law, tad an order ol
the Board ef Tni*tee*. made on the 3flth day ol
February, 1K14, ao many aharea of each parcel
of auch dock aa may he neee»**ry, will lw aold
at public aoctlon. at the olllce of the Company.
Room No. 10, Odd Fallow*' Building. Virginia
City, Storey County, Nevada, on THURSDAY,
the 90th day of April, 1*74, at the hour of 13
o'clock a., of aald day. lo pay raid drllnqnent
a*ae*ement thereon, together with coata of ad
rertlalni; and eipeaae* of ihe aale.
HERMANN J. T. HCI1KBL, Sec y.
Office—Hoom No. II, Odd Fellowa' IlulUllncr,
0 atreet, Virginia, Ncrada. apll td
POUTPONKMKNT.
The abore aale la POSTPONED till Monday,
MAY 11th.
ml td HERMANN J. T. 8CREEL. Bec'y.
HARTIORD JIINI.VO 4"0!*PA!»V.
Ix>catlon of principal place of builnrti,
San Kranrltco, California
Location of workt, llold II111, Slorej Count/,
Nevada.
Nolle# It hereby given, that it a mectlnc ol
tliu Botnl of Director#, held on the lit day ol
May, 1174, an atHiimcnt (No. I) of Twenty
(W) Cant* per ehare waa I'vlpd npon the
capital tlock nf tha aorporatlon. pajablj im
mediately, In United Statre cold cmn, to tbt
Secretary. at the nfllca nf tha Company, Itoom
No. 3. IU*ward'i Building, 419 California
itreet, fan Kranclton, California.
Any atock upon which thli attettmeat thall
ramaln unpaid on tha 4th day of June,
1874, will be delinquent, and advertised fur tale
at public anctlon, and ucluaa patment It mad*
beforo. will bt told on the TWltNTY-TMRD
DAY OF JUNC. 1X74, ta pay tha delinquent
aatettnivnt, toother with eoata of adrerlttlng
andeipeair# oftala.
Hy order of the Director#.
KDWAltD K. HTONB. Secretary.
Office—Room No. S. ltay waid'a Balldlti^, 41V
California tlreet. Xau fraaclwo. Cal. my4td
Mint uoi.o ami nii.v»:r mi.*.
log Company _ Uocallan of l'rtnrlpal
place of bualncet, San Krtniitco. California.
I/oratlon of workt, Virginia Mining Dlttrkl.
Storey coanty. State of Nevada.
Notice la hereby given that at a meeting of tha
Director#. hold on tha Brat day of
May, 1874, an uaettment of Tea Centa
per thare wa# levied upon tho capital
etnek of tha corporation, pa) able Im
Inedlatrly, In L'ulte<l Statii gold coin, to
the Secretary, at the office of tha Company,
Room 4. No. 401 California itreet, San r raa
cl#co, California.
Any atnek upon which thia a##r##mrnt thall
remain unpaid on WEDNESDAY, the 3d day of
J ana. 1874, will ha dallnqnent, and adver
HmnI for #ale at putillc anctlon, and nnlaaa nay
m» it It maila before, will b« told on THURS
DAY. the tttb day of June. 1874, to pay tha
delinquent a»#ee#ment, together with coata of
advertising and extieuere of tale.
DAVID A. JKNNINUS, Secretary.
Office -Itaom 4. No. 401 California ttraat, Han
Fraocleco, California. ny4 td
GOLD HTiT MARKET.
(NKXT DOOR TOKIW8 07FICC.)
L. T. FOX I iT pROFRIETOW
At tbih hiahkit,^^—
can alwaya ba found thafl^^^B
BEir.
MUTTON,
PORK' VIAL
■■4 ■AOKACIBR. (latcaaaa).
'Ouranlmalibelngeelectrd frem tha bait Cat
lie Itenchea In Nevada and Callforala, are
tlwaya healthy.
rmvATK Vamimm AND nOTKLS will
.nd It to their advantage to pat reft tae thlt
Market, where they will alwaya ba eapplled
with the beat me«ta tha country can afford.
RRNDRKKD TALLOW, for mill andalnlnf
•urpoeee.conetantly an hand.
apittr i.. r. pox.
AMDIBMEim.
PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE;
CRANO ANNUAL
CONCERT AND JUBILEE!
A JUVENILE CONCERT
....will ■■ onrtx »r TD.*.«
Music Class of Prof. R. A. Clark,
....illUTtD BT....
A HOST OP AMATEUR ARTISTS
PIPER'S OPBRA HOU8E,
....ox....
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY EVEMINI,
MAY Ml art flit.
TDK ENTERTAINMENT WII.I, BE 80
'■ '—a i _ I.. _k ... tk.t >k. ——> r..
tldi
Tirlrd In Ua character that the mutt rat
ions can but bo pleaacd.
SONGS,
CHORUSES,
TABLEAUX.
DECLAMATIONS,
RECITATION8,
MINSTRELSIES,
MILITARY PARADES,
Will tucread cach olh«r In tueli rapid »urr««
•Ion ai to All til* beholder wltli a delightful be
wlldermeut.
A CHARMINC TABLEAU,
Rtprttrtlng MAY, the Moalh of Ro«c», will
tra gl»e* In (ho carljr part ot th< craning.
THE FLOWERY QUEEN,
Hnrrmindrd hjr a throng of Flowereta— Living
Kotehndt, all drrtted In pare white—will pre
untiKini rnoru lartljr loan IUKN'8 lll.OOM.
Tbf varied IInt* and odor* of a thousand How
era from CAM KOKNIAS VAIH KM' <IAIU)K>H
will, for the nonce, trant|>oit the beholder from
thl* Hyperborean ltegUin to the Smnjr Valet
Ixjotidthc Mountains.
A Bltlnj cllmai to Oil* festive iccne will be
THE MAY-POLE DANCE,
I'crfected under the able mtntgemcnt ol Prof.
DAN I.YUN'b.
Tlia Mcnnd part of the Entrrtalnmrnt will
r.rcaja Ubtrau rrprcwutlng
A CIPSY ENCAMPMENT.
Thin w.lrd .prclarla will ha followed with
tha mn.'» and th« (port' which rharai larln1
the.o Mranro Children of Ilia Portal.
But not tha Iraat Intereatlng fcatnr* of the
Knlartalnmeut will Ixi lha
80NG AND PARADE
....Or TU8.. .
«YOUNG KFCUIIT*.'
Thla Company ol Virginia Ilrarea (In am
brjrni ba. been for »omr ilioe undar tha carefu'
training of tbe gallant l.lrnteoaal It . of (In
National Huard. Thrlr flarto and uilllUu)
iMurlim will Inaplra tbclr friend" wllb rou
fldanro In tha <mut of a rail for their fuinra
•rnlcaa, »• It wunlrt doahtle.a All wllb dlamaj
llialr panir atrlrken fi>«.
Willi hat few exrcptlona. I bo pcrfurmanci
will lie mlrlh luaplrlDir. and «• eiprndiiuin
will h« laal.il, tliti public are proml.ed ai
enlrrtalnm.nl rareljr, If ever, cqaalled In tbl'
dir.
rniCBSOF ADMISSION:
Dre.a Olrrle anil Orche.tr* Chair* f 1 0
l*ar»inetle H
Nil ontra charja for re»ervad rrata. ap!9Id
THOMAS & COa'8
MAMMOTH
STEREOPTICON PANORAMA
....rou Tin Bixarrr or tub....
M. E. CHURCH, COLO HILL,
....WTLL ni rXITTRITKDa...
Tuesday Evening May 5,
• •••AT..*.
MINERS' UNION HALL,
Gold Hill.
TICKET*......... .*1 •«
myi ul
A OHAND
ANNUAL EXCURSION
....or rns.. •
RED
-HEN,
Over lh« V. A T. IUIIrotd, to
BOWERS' HAYMOW
....wtu. TAKI rtlCI OK....
8T. TAMMANY'S DAY,
TUKSOAY. MAY IX
T1CKRTN NH
A T1UIN OP P.*«8EN(1KH POACIIKS
A will leore Vlr»liil»«tT:«3 a. M. mil (laid
Hill at (o'clock a. a rartul
[Bnli-i prim copjr.l
A GRAND ANNUAL
O LOWING BALL
....will di nnts nr...,
DAN LYONS,
....AT....
WASHINGTON GUARD HALL,
Thursday F.ve, Mmy 7, 1*71.
TirKKTN I'i 00
CERTAIN AND SPEEDY RELIEF
GUARANTIED, OR NO
OHAROE.
MY MEDICINES WILL CURE
C*M>t
r.a.hajK..rr.,
. Nraralata. nbhlMinti
l.aaa. Throat. M».r;KM».T. Hlood
■tail Hkla lllwaara. Hlltoaa lilurdrra,
Hemlaal W.akooaa «r N.r.oa. Dtbllllr.
Proper Medicine. faralrbed and ill kind* of
dlwa.e* treated at a price all cut afford In pay.
TtMM M«llciii«» and lUtli. cur. warn all vIm
All. I ban hundred, of rvcommcndillon. to
tbat f Ifwi. Bur. prertntl.e. of private dlx-aMa.
Call or writ, to
PIIVHICUN AND NIKtJKON.
DISPENSARY.
OFFICE. BATU8 and CONHI'LTINU ROOMH,
No. Ill Moatb (' .trf.li wnt aide*
VIKUINIA, NKVt
•l>» lm l»
DM 000D8, ETC.
TIIK PIONEER
dry goods
STORE.
Established in 1801!
LATE8T FA8HION8
• ...AT....
FRAAKENHKinER'S!
FAMILY
DIE If GOODS STORE !
OOLP HILL.
J CUT UCIITID, A ■BLBCT
Stock of
DRE88 GOOD8!
Tbt. Department I. replete with elegant,
■o»el ud «pectal «tjle», and ronatltst.a lb.
moet complete aaaortment erer offered to Ibll
lowo.
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS
Banal./, Scotch and Irl.h Damaak;
Datuaak T.bl. Clothe and Napkin.
T.wala and Toweling;
Linen ud Cotton SbMtlnn ud Sklrttaff*
Blanket, and Onllta;
Colored and wblt. Flannel*;
Table and Piano Cre.rej
Lace Cnrulna, lie., Etc., *tc.
At Greatly Reduced Prices!
H08IERY DEPARTMENT
Udl.a', Children'* and Oenta' Iloelerr of all
alaea and qnAiitle*.
OloT.a, LacM. Imbroid.rr In Mil and bj th.
jard; Ilandkeiebt«r»,.tc.,.tc.
Will K.II a. Ck.au Car Ca.k a. aa?
(Here la la* Nlal.! .
myl tf M. FHANHKMIKIIIRB.
INVESTIGATE
AND VK Nil A I.I. RKCOME WINK
SCRIPTURE'S OWN TRUTH!
'IMIE QUE8T10N AfllSEH NOW. LADIEM,
L Where will tod bar roar IillKSh OOOltH
for Wlntur mr. your TI<IMMIN<<!*. rour
I'MIKkUKAK. your hllOK*. jour IIOHlKKY.
roar FI.AN.NKLH, r'»<r MUSLINS. jour
Sll KETIMJH, roar ever) thine In Hn» of
DRY GOODS?
I ur. Invollctta and j» alitll bcrtaitwlaa
lo bar them of
GALLAND!
wurr
Ercanaclia ha* n well >elected »tock of •Ijlinb
mil lln« kimmU ; li« aella them rh< >|« r than all?
oilier (Irr coodn huu.r In tba Mal«, ami baa but
ONK PRICK FPU AIXI
flirt GALLAND a call, ami j» will l>ccom«
wl»i*. ml II
MRS. E. PAGE,
New York Millinery Store
Na. 101 Naiilli C' Mirrrlf
VIRGINIA CITY, NEVADA.
UUAND OI'KMKfl DAY,
MONDAY, MAY 1th.
AI.L Tilt: I.ATI>T NTVI.KM OK
LADIES' HAT8, FLOWERS AND
TRIMMINCS.
MIW. K. I'AOK TENDERS IIEK KINCKKk.
thank* lo lh« ladlea of Hold Hill and
Virginia for |>a»l patronage, ami rrapcMfallf
anlli Ita a continuance of the aaino.
Ladlra call and rxaailnv uij e<m»I« for four
Mlvaa. MUM. E. I'A'IS
ap» la
MAKDLE
AND GRANITE WORKS
H. H. MUCKLE,
NORTH 0 HTKKKT, • • • VIIUJINIA.
(Between Mill aod Caraon.)
MABBLE GBAVESTONES,
f'rani 933 I'pwartl.
IRON.OHANITK nnd CHAIN FKNCINU
FOR (JKATKH,
>1 Altlll.lt MANTI.K-I'IKCKM, Kir.
....AUO....
WOOD FFNCM.
Orilfr* filled promptly, at th« moat rraaona
bla prlcra. and III the lirat atrlr of the art.
N. B.—Partlea wl-hlmr lo *r« Itoalgna ran do
•o hjr calling at lh« Yard.
apSOlm 11.11. MICKLK.
SODA WATER !
KELLY & CO.,
PIONEER SODA WORKS,
No. IU North C Nruli Vlrclala.
OUDRRK Html (10LD HILL, tflLVKIt
Cllj >n4 roiili*,tin** pronplly
flllru, aiul HUDA tuppMed d»ll/wh< r. *er d*
•trad.
Appljr »t
liellr & Co.'n U'halrMl* aad Jtettll
l»h«or w»r»i
VlrrlnlaCltr, next door ttorlhtf the I'ott Offlr*.
■p»i Im
P A I N_T i N C i
H. M. JEWETT,
.MAIN ST It MKT, HOLD lill.l.,
House, Sign and Carriage
PAINTER,
Graining,Paper Hanging,<fec
A WOOD HTOCK OP
WALL PAPER
CONKTANTI.* ON IIAND
it IMf
A. i. TTHtlLL. Clltl. CU«»IMI*.
UNION IRON WORKS
VIRCINIA CITY,
9l the DlrHt.
TYRRELL A CUMMING8,
SOUNDKIW, MAC'HINIHTH. (IKNBRAL
Engineer*, nraiiKhtfmen and Mtnafhrturrr*
)ntrl* mill tad Minim: Machinery of til dr.
aerlpUnni. All order* filled with prompter*
tad dl(pttcb,tid tt the Lowe* I Kate*.
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