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THE KVEN1NO NEWS.
gold WrT.In , WED.HE3DAT. HAT 37. 1S74
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Attkhi-ti£i> iNrnsrn *iium.—At half
past l> o'clock last night « would be
lnceudi«ry attempted to <it lira to tlx
li»u-« ol Mri. Cult loo, win) resides oil
Kstreet, Virginia City. The house
burner effected an «ntranc« to
the basement of the dwelling
I oii«e through :i:i ailey-way apenlng
Int* U atrcet lie rilled an empty
champagne l««ket with shaving* upon
the top of which he placed a few stick*
•f wood. lie theu set the combust
ible* on lira, placing them in cio««
proximity to .1 .|iiintity of (tove
woail piled up In the ba<eidcnt of the
Iioum. Ill- next move oras to drag an
•ild mattress into the basement or cel
lar, upon one corner of which he
p.'aced the combustible*. Mr*. Car
roll, It l»<ly rooming In the house,
saw the party who lighted the fire re
treat through the mum alley by
which he hail effected an entrance.
The lady referred te U unable to give
any description ol thu party who at
tempted to tiru the building. The light
occasioned hy the burning combusti
ble* was redacted upon a beard leiice
iu the rear of the premise* aud thus
attracted the attoutieii of the Innate*
ol the bouse, who at one* took the
neccsaary atep* toward* extlngulsh
ing the Incipient ceull igiailon.
No clue i* furnished tim* far regard
lug the perpetrator of the diabolical
net. The motive .1* well at the act It
talf Is ahrowded in mystery. the
m a a had evidently ruconnoltared
the premises previous te tlie
attempted llrlng of the hau«e.
About four week* ago a large New
fouudland watch dog belonging to a
lady reading one door south af .Mr*.
Ciwkm'i house, wai poisoned. Two
dog* belonging to a gentleman living
iu a Immiso adjoining Mr*. Cathion'aon
north, shared a similar fate a day or
two afterwards. The only Inmate* of
the house last t veiling were Mr». Car
roil and 111** Cathlon, tho mother of
iho latter having lett lor San Kranci*
ce night before last to. attend her
brother Mr. O'Nell, who Is lying at
the point of death. She U a very esti
mable lady and Is held til high etteeia
by *11 liar acquaintance*. It t* to be
lio;>ed that the villain who attempted
to burn Iter residence wllL bo ferreted
out and brought to justice.
Tne I'ioiskkiw — lSliMTI.—In an
other column will be found the adver
ti*eiueut of the tlrst grand annual pic
nic of tho l'acillc Coast Pioneers of
tills State, which will take place at thu
llowera Mansion, Washoe Valley, on
the 'Jutli day of.I line next, Thl* gath
ering of the "Old lloyt" of 'ID and
their Irlend* will without doubt omi
etitute one of the mo*t agreeable and
grandest turnout* that have ever takeu
place to a festival gathering In the
State of Nevada. It require* n*great
atretch of Imagination to sen th*
coming and gathering tegetlier
again of those old. weather-beaten
rloneers. men gathered at It were
from the four corners of the globe, rep
resenting almo*t every tongue and na
tionality of the earth, man " tried a*
by Are, who have struggled through
all the terrible up* and downs, an I
weathered the fearful ttornis of g°°d
and III fortune*, their lioart* ever lifted
upward with a longing, trusting faith
that no matter hoar dark, how seul
trylug. and often time* how desperate
the chanCM of the preaeut inlgiit
teem, that yet the time woulu surely
couiewhen the tickle "OoddcM al fcer
tauc" woald *mila npen them and
they wou!d reall/u every foud antlcl
natfati of their heart*. It Is at ami
right that these men who have shared
each other'* blankets divided between
Uieiu tlit* laat bit or bacau aud
beans, bound together bv that frater
nal feeling of brotherhood born of the
spirit of adventure and endurauco of
mutual hardship, sheuld have a meet
ing once inore. shake hands with each
oilier, and recite again the stories of
tbe olden tluie. Head the programme
In auotlier eoltlittii. Nothing that can
add to lite pleasure of lite occa*lon has
or will be omitted.
1'icmh'* Oi*«ki lloi «K.—Tit* leciud
pretanUtiou of llie plnjr *1 " U«;t>h«.
g<»r" *t Um Optra llont* la<t nlglit,
attracted * lirge And raihiouable
audience. Tli* pertoruiaiic*
off pleaiantly. all of the actor*
aoiullllng thcmielve* aaleudldly. Mr.
Pop* wou u*w ll-.—U for hlintalf by
bit fault!e««ly correct Impei
of tli* character ol lielphegor. lln
uiperb acting wou for liiui frr<|ueat
•nil hearty applaud during the play.
Mil* liaiifantl. 51 irl* iSaagalu and the
balance of tli* ballet troupe, favored
tlx audience wltli soma eiijuMtely
tin* danflug. Shakf«peare'* comedy
" Much Ada About Nothing." I« an
nounced tor tbl< availing. Mr. l'o|i«
taking the character of Heuedick.
Without doubt th* enactment of till*
aplendid co.uedy will attract a crowd
ad boUM.
IUmury.-A good »t*ry U told on a
(iold II i Her, wh* a few day* ago bad
ocoulon to take brwkfait at Kvan»"
chop hou«* In Virginia City. 1'bo
gautlaiuan referred to wa< evidently
allllctad with a Up* worm. On en
uring tli* restaurant lie Mlcctrd an
a»«ortmant of iumU, the weight of
which cauMd the w*lt*r t» lw|ulr*
whether l lie met I wa* lor two.
TELEGRAPHIC!
WESTERNJjBPATCHBS
[•racial re tii o«Lo snjL milt im]
PROM 8AN~FWANCI8CO
Thr Null* A(ilnl the lain Ta»rl
«Mpauijr <IUH*»rauia(VMi
P*hIm Brl»(la( talt-Tnl »f
the Cum plain I ■ riM-btrMta
front Ik* Orl|lMl ('•■Inwl M
a klrh the Malt I* BmikL
3am F*a*m*co, May 07—1 r.
Ttil* morning*'* paper* contain an ao
count of tbo following tulu agaln*t
the Sutro Tunnel. Eight complaint*
were tiled on Tueiday In tho Fifteenth
District Court by tho following min
ing corapanle* on tno Comaiock lode :
Crown 1'olnt, Chollar-l'ototl, Oould
ami Curry, Imperial, Overman,Ophlr,
Sivage, and Hale aud Norcroi*,ag*Ia*t
tho Sutro Tunnol Company. Adolpb
Sutro, Henry K. Mltolioll, Louis Ja
iilu, Jr., and Win. M. Stewart, to re
scind tho agreement botwoou tho com
pany and tho mine*, to rolcaao tho
lulnea from all lion by tho defendanta
and to enjoin thorn from Mttfug up
any claim or tltlo upon *ald mine*.
Similar complaint* will bo tiled .by the
following companies: California Sil
ver Mlnlug Company, White A Mar
phy, Best A Belclier, Alpha, Bacon.
Uold Itlll <juaru Mill aud Mining
Company, Confidence, Empire, Yel
low Jacket, and Belcher. Each com
plaint recite* that prior to the 4th day
of February, 1S05, uld Sutro concelv
od the project of rnualng a drain
ing and ventilating tunnel from the
footbllWol Carton River Valley Into
the Com*tock for tho purpooe of die
covcry and development of tho bodloi
of precioiH mineral*, which by the
law*, cuttoin* and utage* then and
ever ilnce prevailing lu the State of
Nevada, would on iuch dlacwvory bo
come the property of laid Sutro and
hi* auoclate*, and far the purpoeo of
Inducing the aforetald owner* on tho
Cora*teck lode and other lode* to avail
tl>cm«elve« of the advantage* of aald
tunnel at price* to bo agreed upon and
for other purpoae*. That, pnnuant
to Mid project Sutro procured
the p-iaaage by tlie Nevada
l.»gl*laturo of an act granting tbe
right nf way and au'horlxlng A. Sutro
and hl« a««oclat*< to construct a long
aud draining tunnel, approved Febru
ary I. leHJ; that after the pa*«age of
the Act and before a — day lu >1(1, Sutro
and other Individual defendant* hero
in named, and It. E. Avery, defeated,
a««ociated thomwlve* togotber and In
accnrd'inco with the term* of the
afnreMld law. That on and before the
U«t named day the mine of plaintiff
w.n affected by the llow of water there
in aud waa lu need of better ventil
ation and wa* *upplle<I with holttlng
work* nf Muiple character and quite
limited [tower, and aald Sutro aud hi*
auoclate* represented to plaintiff that
they could completo *ald tunnel with
in tho time nauivd, lu aald October,
eight year* from the Ith of Febroary,
l^iJ, and In accordance with other
term* aud condition* thereof; aud that
tho rolno of plaintiff would bo drain
ed and ventilated aud acee** to and
from tho aald mine greatly facilitated
and the labor and axpente of plaintiff**
biNliiett be greatly reduced, and tho
plalutlff aud the *ald Individual de
fendant* and tho uld deceaaed Avery,
made a written agreement In relation
to tho premlte*. a copy ol which I*
annexed to the complaint. And tho
plaintiff further aver* that on tho—day
of 1S67, at tho requett of Individual
defendants, the plaintiff farther ex
tended tbe time lu article*, drtt, third,
lourth and fifth, to that It should read
Augutt, IOCS, inttead of Auguit,
1*17, aud plaintiff aver* that It
h.itli III alt promise* on Its part
kept them, but that aald defendant*
<IM not keep tho covenant* or proalM*
tu.iJe In Mid agreement on th«lr part;
tint the defendant did not ceitiUMHC*
the work on or before Auguit, 18C5,
nor pro«e«ute tlio work with re**en
abla energy or vigor. nor war* tha
tunnel* or drift* mentioned excavated
or completed or put In condition far
u«e. In accordance with Ilia act or
agreement, by which they agreed to
tlinultnne«u<ly «lnk three (halt* on the
line of tald tunnel; nor ba* the aald
work been performed continuous? or
without interruption, although no un
a\old thie accident ha* happaaad In re
latiati thereto; that, on tbe contrary,
Ilia little work that ha* been deae ha*
beeu dona feebly, without energy and
with great Interval* af delay. And
plaint Itr further aver* that thara ha* not
been *ub<crlbe<], In good fklth, or at
all, by re*pou*lble or apparently re
sponsible pcrtou*, at large a tuin or
any *uiii nearly «o large a* $3,000,000
for the Mid work, nor any turn
•ullicleut to completo Mid work,
and lliat an the l*t day af
Auga«t. I ■•IS, there wa* net
expended $100,000 or any other ©en
•iderablo «uin, nor ha* there been ax
|i«ndril after **M tlic.il year IdOO.OOO
annually, or any *ura approximating
that amount, and the utd defendanta
luve nut fiirulthed a full and true
(tateinvat or any other (tatement
whatevur of tho expenditure* on the
work during all or any of tald year*,
but !.a< wholly neglected to do to;
and plaliitiir further avera that the
completion of the work h« been un
uicauirably delayed and without Jutt
cati*e ; and plaintiff further avera that
tho agreement declared lliat If work
was not coinuieuccd boforo Augutt I,
1307—extended to 1*W—anil the mm
of |J,000,000 subwrlbed and Un par
cent. palH, ami altar commencing
should f ill to expend the lint year or
any oilier year the tuiut agreed, tbe
Mid agreement thouid at tlie option «l
tli« plalailQ' cease and determlna and
tliereafter crate to be of any effect; aad
the plaintiff avert that before N'o»em
ber '."J, 1 *!'J. the plaintiff exercised IU
option • that the agreement should
be of no effect and the defendants had
netlc« thereof, and tlie plaintiff to
the knowledge of the Individual de
fendant*, declared and looted Mid
agreement as rescinded, and the plaln
tlfl does now again exercise Its eptlou
under said agreement, and the plaln>
tilt avert that eo November 39, 186V,
the defendant* became • body politic,
•nd organliod u tuch under th • law*
•f California and acquired all tb«
right* and fraachl*oa of tbo now Indi
vid nal defendant*, and tbo plaintiff
aver* that tbortly after tbo mid Incor
poration tbo eald Individual defend
ant* made a legal tranifer of all tbelr
right*, franchlte* and property owned
■nder the act of tho Nevada Legisla
ture ; that the defendant* have filled
to perform It* agroemeut, and tbat all
tbo breach** of tbo agreement have
boon made a* tat forth ; that tbo time
fixed by the act of tho Logltlaturo,
eight year*, for tbo oouipletlou of tbo
work, ba* patted, and that uot one
tenth part of tbo work ha* boon done,
nor will tbo work bo completed la
eight year* more. Plaintiff aver* that
In *ald agreement time wa* made th*
OM*nco of laid contract, and that after
tho expiration of tald eight year*
plaintiff did declare and announce that
tald agreement bad coated and beoorae
of ao effect, aud again oxercltee It*
option tbat tho agreement thai I ceate,
and lorbhlt any mere work to bo doue
under tald agreement. Plaintiff fur
ther aver* the failure of (aid defend
ant* to perform their agreement, and
tbat on becoming tatlifled of their In
ability to perform the remaining
portions of tald work, plaintiff
protoouled hi* work In hi* mine
without reference to defendant* or
*ald agreement and by other mean*
liat eceurvd the object* Intended to bo
accomplUhed by (aid tannel, and that
by a great expenditure of money and
labor U ha* got rid of **ld flood of
water lu It* mine and cecured other
mean* of drainage aud ventilation,
procured machinery for holitlng, and
eutered Into contract* for trauiportlug
IU tuppllee and ore*, and that th*
work* of plaintiff In tald mine have
long tlnco reached a depth for
below the level of the tunnel at con
templated by defendantt. The plain
tiff avert tliat by reateu of delaudantt'
delay or of tald Avery'c In protect!
ting tald work aud other feeble and In
efficient manner of conducting the
Mac, other expenditure! have been
planned and executed fer working
mine* on the Comitook Lode; that
mill* bar* been built at placat mora
convenient than the mouth *f uld
tunnel; a r*llro»J constructed t* car
ry ore* frem the mluu to tb* mills,
and that th* eeudi tlont and turreuud
lug* of ib« mine* bar* b**u mttei tal
ly changed lino* tb* agreement wa«
made, aud If tb* tunnel 1* b*r*aft*r
coui(il*t*d It will b* of n* um for any
|)ur|K>M whatever. l'lalutiff further
avert that th* work already don* bai
b**u upon d*f«ndant*' (round and l«
of n* um to plaintiff, aud hat b**u
almoit entirely don* •fine* plaintiff
re*clud*d tb* agreement. l'lalutlff
further ar*rt tint defendant* latllt
tbat It baa tit* right to go on aud per
form Mid work uudtr aald agreement,
and that the tain* tball be binding
up*u plaintiff aud Itt tnln*, and that
Utlutll bar* a lieu upon Hie tame at
It* tecurlty In tb* prcrnlMi and plain
tiff declai«i tint the agreement wa»
made In triplicate, one copy being In
p*aaeu!ou of defendant, another In
th* euttedy ot the plaintiff and th*
third Jap*«lted by content In laid city
aud county, and that aald agree
ment remaining uncancel lid tbrowi
a clou J upon plaintiff** title,
It >u apparent ll*n thereon, ItiMnt
It* value aud obitruct* any tale, Uate,
or hypothecation, tbat It may deilro 10
make aud uibjetti plaintiff t* danger
•f*«m* future litigation growing out
of the tarn*, when th* fact* are uo
longer capable of complete proof 01
may become Involved In the obtcurlty
•f time. Th* plaintiff therefore pray*
that tald «gr**m*ut b* adjudged to be
reminded and of uo *ff*ct; tbat th*
witt be delivered up to be canceled,
and that the plaintiff hold It* mine
Iree and discharged of any Hen or
clalnii under wld agreement: that the
defendant! he directed to acknowledge
and deliver a releaie ef ita alleged lien
on the mine of plaintiff by reason of
•aid agreeuiont; that defendant* be
enjoined frem tettlng up any title,
lien, or claim, to, or upon aald inlne,
and for auch other relief aa U meet In
the premise*. The complaint l< sign
ed by Wilton <fc Wilton, attorney* for
plalutllT, and K. S. Metlck, J. 1*. lloge
and >1. M. Wilton of counsel for
plaintiff.
The term* of the agreement may be
briefly stated aa follow* :
Kxhlblt B—Article of agreement be
tween the iutro Tunnel Company and
the Mining Companlea require* the
1'annel Company In eouilderatlon of
the privilege to excavate before the
let of Aeguat, 1907, granted by the
LegUlature. to protectee with energy
the tunnel and lateral drlfu and put
the Miue In ute ; that the tunnel shall
commence at the foothill* of Canon
Valley, between Corral and Webber
Canyout, and thall pw through the
CointUx-k lode to It* western wall at
the Ophlr claim and south line of (lie
same point between the north line of
Yellow Jacket claim and at a depth of
not lese than 1,800 feet below the top
of the Oould A Curry cropping*; that
the tunnel company thall commonce
tho work of running the tannel
through the foot-hllla and simultane
ously ili.king three shafts to the depth
required for tl» level of the tunnel,
and then to drift In both directions
from the bottom of each sliaft so that
there aball be seven place* of excava
tion' going on until the taanel I* com
pleted; that the tunnel company will
before the ltt of Augutt, 18*17, guaran
tee that $3,000,000 at lean thall be
subscribed for the purpose of complet
ing tbe tunnel, of which 10 per cent,
•hall be actually paid In ca*h; that
during tlie first year not leu than
$400,000 will be expended upon the
work and each succeeding year not
le*« than $100,000; provided, that the
amount can bo judlcloasly expended
after ftie completion ef the main
tunnel, and that the tunnel company
will tunilifi a correct atatement of ex-,
pemllture* to the mining companlea;
that the failure of lite funnel company
to carry out any of the preceding con
dition* th*II give the mining oom
paiile* the right to take poe
tettlou of tbe tuunel and complete It,
and that Um agreement cease.
Tho Tunnel Company agrMfl that In
the ovent of their not obtaining |3,
000,000 subscriptions. or if $300,000
were not paid In by August 1,1887, In
consideration of $100,000 they would
oeavey all the Interest to the mining
companies. The tunnel wu to have
the capacity for ooureylof all tho
water running Into It from any eourco
and discharging the same at lu mouth.
If tbo main tunnel Interacted the
Comsteck lode outside of the northern
boundaries, the Tqnael Company were
to excavate a drift euffloleut to oarry
off water and te ereet a railway for
the traniportatlon of timber and sup
pllei to the mines, and for conveying
the ore*, rock, eto..tbcre«f,the grade to
be the same as the mala tunnel. At
the completion of the tunnel and
drlfu the alulug companies were to
have access to them and use them for
the drainage and working of tho
mines. All tho employes or men who
desired to go Into Use rallies were to be
afforded every facility for doing so
without delay. The Tunnel Company
were also te convey all the materials
to and from the mines when so de
sired by the companies; they were to
keep the tunnel clear of obstructions,
and the mining companies, In case of
the delay of tho Tunnel Company In
doing this, were te have the power to
rorneve the obstructions at the expense
of tho Tunnel Company. The Tuunel
Company agreed w prosecute the
work vigorously and to complete It
without delay. The mining cornpa
nlee were te pay |2 per ton lor all the
ore extracted by them from tho mines
alter the works of the Tannel Company
had drained the tannel so as
to reuder all other means of drainage
unnecessary to the lowest levels; pro
vided, that the level Is not lower than
the level of the tunnel. When the
mining companies used the tunuel for
the purposes enumerated they were to
pay the tunnel company 25 cent* per
ton for removing ore, debris, etc., and
also the same amount for carrying
materials to the mlnes^ also, 20 cents
per hoad for each person each way con
veyed to and from the mines, the em
ployes Inoluded. lu case the works
are lower ilia n the tunnel, the mining
companies are to raise their wuter by
means of pumps to tho tunnel'* level
and tn be thence discharged through
the tunnel. The tuunel company were
to receive no coinpenaatlon for re
moving oie until tliry had faithfully
compiled with the agreement stated
above.
Jua-rlc* Tank.—A huge watar-tank
of tin capacity of 7.000 gallon* has
been built by the Juitlco Mliilng,Coin
pany high up an the staep hillside
back of their works. A largu plpo li
being laid from It t* lira warks, la
hnv« hydrant cannectiens, enabling
them to throw a large and forcible
streaai entirely over the buildings and
anywhere about tliein lu cat« or flre.
A very sensible Idea.
Annual Maim no—'The seventh
annual meeting of tha Alpha 'Jon
sol Mated MIiiIiic Company will be
held at thalr olllca In Sail Francisco,
June 10th. Sea ollleUI notice In our
advertising coluinut to-day.
Tubatrical.—The Kay Templaton
troupe will appear in Carton oil Man
day evening next.
Granite and macadam are to be
baiiUhed fioiu tha city ol.London, the
Street Committee having determined
to lay down In futuro nothing but
asphalt or wood.
I'ltofTToiitvti.i.B, Vt., hai a tpoon
that skips about. It is a allver spoon,
and not tha kind that tlauda around
tha door ol a lecture raoiu waiting fur
tha glrli.
Two Boston gentleman havo writ
ten an opera South called " Evan
geline" full of rollicking "catchy "
music, aiid'brUtllng with a play upon
words.
Okohoktown. Ky.. ha* a .faratloui
dentist. lie adTurtlses to "pull teeth
without pain to the operator, and with
very little to the bystanders."
There waa one divorce to every
nineteen marriages In 1473 In Ver
mont.
Wallib ok Cbibatioii.-AU c*od bmi who
deal Iklrly and aqaanly Wjr their fallows will be
pleaaarably remembered loag alter their aoala
•lull hare rtinrnrU to ll» rompanlonahlp of
tlx Jnai. and thalr bodlee art properly rrrmalrd
In t!>e bmi approved modern ityle. There ar*
plenty of meu, however, who dwm to b«
anrut befor* death lor their Inherent wicked*
noM, and am«e* thaeeare clothing dralera who
awlndle tkalr cu»tomer» by aallln( clolhlne not
worth kalf Its prlea. Surh mm aaeht to ba
rramalad, aad thalr alocka of rloihlnc with
them. (.'all at bj alora. la llall'a boildlac.
Main atraat, oppoelta tka offlra of tha (loin
Hill Nawa, whan jroa want clothing, and 1 will
do job hoaeet aad aqnara Jaitlcc. a
To Owiua ar Baal Car at*.—rttaoaa own
ln« Iota In tha town of Oold 11111, and who ar*
dealroaa of harlaf tha earn* en rr eyed ami en
tered on tha naw map, will plaaaa rail at Jailga
Hahi n -on « odea, orar Ulbaon'a Halonn, on an/
wrrk day. between tha honraof 11 and 4. and
leave their namaa, when tha mattat will ba
promptly attended to by Nwiri, ll*l-t M Lilian,
llvll KafiUieera aad Harveyors. **
AbtbolomV.—Madame 0. ITonnan, the great
Aatrologlal, haa rrturnad to Oold IIIII, and la
aow ready to ba eonaaltrd In regard to the
paat, preaant and future areola of life. OfBre
iMiora, from » a. h. to} r. «. Iteaideac*, IMo
naar atreat, rrar of the Kcllpaa Hubla. 16
XoLT*a*ita,of the Metropolitan float and
Shoe Store, ha* removed to 1(M Honth C atreet,
Virginia. Buy your Bool a aad Hho** of him,
a* ba la eelllng cbaapar than *v*r. a
Tnalari;eat>lo(koldrycoodaalb|-allaad'a.come
audi**.
SODA.
The boat for BAKING porpoaea la
Jobs Dwioiit A Co.'a.
my» Sm
HOUSE AND LOT |
FOR SALE,
CITUATM nt BULLION RAVIN I. oM
0 Lol.HfMt front. aad raaalaf backEjl
to tlw Arocrlran KUl road.
Tba bocM la Inricellent roodltloa and can
Ulaa * mma with a good callar. I* bow rant
Idf far $4* |wr manlb. I
rot partita lara loqulra at
8TIIN * RON'S.
At tha Railroad Croaalaf. Mala Straat.OoM
Ilill. mfM Iw*
WOOD! WOOD!
TUB UNDIRSIGNID HAM FOR MALI A
1 lar|« quantity of NUT PINK. MOUNTAIN
LIMB and otter wtMlaa al WOOD. Ala*
full aapplj of Um BUT QUALITY of
COAL!
WHOLESALE AND R IT AIL, wktck ka will
4aUm tkroachoat (told 11III aadrkltltr of tka
lowsal raah prtect.
«»!■ THOMAIGALLAUnil.
; MISCELLANEOUS.
JEW E L EHR
...All....
8TATIONER.
fBJI UNDSRHIUNKU KBKP8 CON
1 (Unlit an hud »L«rx* AMort
acat or <
COLD AND SILVKR WATCHES.
PlwMii, (Ikilati LUIn* Sola,
•Imh ■altni, Hifir llifi,
0*M r«Mt (Jhirai, I.xkiu,
Napkli Illm >■«»,
IptcWtlNi ilti, ale.
BLANK B00K8&STATIONERY
or ALL KINDS.
CLOCKS FROM_*2 BO TO »20
■WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY Ra
paired with Neatnara and Dli patch. AU work
warranted.
AGKNT for all tha Sacramento and Has
Frmnclaen DAILT AND WEEKLY PAPIR8.
All tha Latnt Kaatcru Parlndlcala and Man
•Inea conntamly on hand at low rrlcea. Da.
Itf ered In any part of town.
8. W. CHUBBUCK,
rOHTOKI'ICK. UOI.U IIIL1,.
my 11 tt
BURLEIGH ROCK DRILLS
....AMD..,.
Burleijr'i Air Compressors
A HK TI1K ONLY DRILLING MACHINERY
thai ha< »»er d»n« any »ucr»»»thl Tnnnal
work In Ami rlca. (They an to ba n»ed on the
Ht. Oothard Tnnaal. »* Itmland- thirteen rallaa
lonjr) Wa refer to tha fullowlnf rentktnan and
wnrka:
GKN. NEWTON, U. 8. A., Hell Qata Tnnnal,
Lone Nlaud.
MKMHUM. HIIANI.KY, tlnnaae Tnnnal, Vaaa.
J. DUTTON STEELE, Ncaqnahanln* Ton
nrl. Pa.
HIDNRY DILLON, PuniUi Arcnua Work,
New York.
COL. KOROL1NO, Bait Rlvar Rrtdn Com
pany New York.
For further Information, «te„ aildren
PARKE & LACY,
Holt Agents for the Pacific Cout fur the
BURLEIGH ROCK DRILL CO.,
Mantiftctnrcrt ol
Pneumatio Drilling Machines,
AIR COMI'KKHMORK,
AND OTHER MACHINERY !
WECAX rVNUIHI! ANo.4COyPItKSf"-R
within three daj»' notice far mo or Uiito
wpfki lo come Wr prnpoee In har" our ma
chine In operation >1 tM Meclianlee' Hair, la
San VranclMo, In Ancuat, and ln»ll» ihr whole
world to beat oi If they can. For Inrtbtr In
formation, etc , addrrM
I'ARKR * LACY,
No « I<eldeadorfT at., Ilajrwaril'a llulkllnf,
in) 5 if Han Kranclaco, i al.
NEVADA LAUNDRY,]
VIRGINIA ( ITT,
n. A. DAVIS A CO.J- - PROPRIETORS. |
ovrmiHi
13 NntkCHinli ■cp. I'Hunw, Ylralala.
(■ill Illll—Al l>. Tharbura'a flaar and I
Tabnrra Miure, oppaeltr Faa'a Meal
Maafcet.
'IMIIH WKI.I. KNOWN AND POPULAR I
1 LArNIMlY l« dally turning oat th« l«<l |
ef work In lha rhepe or ('l.KAN 0I.OTIIR*.
All »«rlellr« of »«»liln.; duna with nratnera
ami dUtutrh, and no damage dona hjr reugb
mtnlpttlatlna or rhrmlraU.
WANIIIMi KINK PLANNRLS MADB A
SPECIALTY; al«n, flntlng, ruffling, Mr.
Ilnndl«>« nf parka.-." lor lh» MCVADA
LAUNDRY nvularly ralM fur and punctually
rvturnrd by the delivery wagufl* of the r«lal>
lUhmant. Rat. • low and goiM aatUfactloa
glrea.
K. A. DAVIN ft CO..
myrt la t*reprletere.
CIGARS A Mi TOBACCO |
O. H. GALLUP,
Mayaarri'a Dltrk,
MAIN MTIIP.KT, 1101.1) llll.l., I
Krll door to lb* Hank Kirhange.
TUB CHOICEST
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CHARS 11
• ••.AND...*
TMK BKmT DRANIM OK TOBACCO I
In ail lit rartotle*.
Maererbnnm and all Mbrr Plata. Pralla, |
,N alN, < 'nadirs, Via* Cailrrr,
Everythlng A No. 1 and PIIICRS LOW
C#- Call and Wee. i*i
•pit lai
ECLIPSE
Livery and Feed Stable, |
main mtukict, hold iui.ui
■ ■<r»/>T>OCKAWAYS AND «_
-^^"0 It Ranrlea of all de«rlp- A«iO
lion*, and (and SADDLE IIOUSKS, -' ? b.
to lat on tha mo>t l(ra>ouhle Tcrou.
Particular attention paid to Hoarding Stock.
DAY. IIA HI . V AND «a r» |
Al way • on hand For Hale.
O. C. MHNDKI<I<< Praprtetar,
apM If
IF YOU WANT
A FINE HAT!
GO TO....
THE HATTER!
(Jcaalaa Dackahla (llirn Warranted.
my7 lm
UNION BOILER WORKS,
CONNOR & BELMOR. BROPRIETORS,
NEXT TO SUMMIT STABLE, |
ON Til K 01VI1IR,
VIRCINIA CITY, NEV.
JJOILER MAKERS AND SIIKET IRON |
WOUKEHS.
H»f Irlng pramptly atteaded to. my 14 lm
i. A. Tnutau.. o«i. enm- •
L.\Irt\ IKON WORKS |
VIRGINIA CITY,
lha Divide.
TYRRELL A OUMWIINOS,
Sounders, machinists, general
Engineer*. nraughtamen and Mannhrturera
jnarta mill and Mining Machinery of all d»
acrtpUona. All order* flllod with proaptaaaa
aaddlipatch.and at the Loweet Itataa.
■IS If
I800. 1874.
PIONEER LAUNDRY
NORTH OP VIRCINIA.
JOIjBPII r. HAI.L, PKOrKIKTOH.
T^Tubla Vaandry l» prepared ta tarn oat
any aaaatltrof Renovated aad Clean Llnea,
wltboat Mac damaged by
bychemlcal application.
manipulation or
. chemical appurauon.
Package* punctually called for and rataraad
Oflcee-International Hotel and Wallace'*
mil more, l» South C (licet, Virginia; aad
Veeejr Hoaae, Oold Illll. .....
■tI tf JOKKPII HAI.L.
~Paa tha very beet paotorrapbt. »o to Bradley
A Ralolbaa'e (lallrrr without STAIRS—
IWABCINI) IN Till BLBVATOR, No. Ul
Montgomery (treat, fan PraarlK*.
SBVTLBUBR'8 CLOTMSC, ETC.
ON EXHIBITION
BANNER BROTHERS,
Caraar • mmd Tarlar Knmi,
VIRGINIA CITY,
THE WRIEST, MIST BEAUTIFUL
MOST MAGNIFICENT
hock or
SFRIN6 CL0THIN6
EVER UUOUOUT TO T1U8 STATE:
SO RICH IN FABRIC,
SO SUBSTANTIAL IN MAKK,
80 SUPERB IN STYLK, AS TO
SUIT THE MOST FASTIDIOUS,
So Exceedingly Low in Price
A8 TO AQKEEABLY A8TOSISII
THE MOST ECONOMICAL.
BANNER BROTHER*,
... WHO ALWATS ITL'DT.. .a
TO PLEASE THEIEPATBONS
....ARM HKTXHMINFD TO....
EXCEL ALL PBEVIOfN ErrOBTB
DIHINO TUB I'REHENT 8KA80.V,
....uin cohtuii....
SUCH STRAIGHT-FORWARD DEALINGS
Ai btv* won for then tbe rnpttl tod Mliw
•f tliclr felltw cllluia
DEAL WITH
BANNEB BBOTBEBK,
... WHO l'lMIHT....
IN REDUCING PRICES.
Buy All Your
CLOTHING
UinHEB BROTHERS,
....TBI...
ONLY LIVE CLOTHIERS
IX YIRUIXIA. NEVADA.
mjrl If
NEWGOODS! NEW GOODS!
C. ABRAHAM,
Merchant Tailor,
NO, 23 NORTH C STREET,
VIRGINIA,
QALL8 Till ATTENTION Of Till Pl'DUC
TO HIS VINE HTOi'K Or
PANTS PATTERNS,
VK8TXNGH, nod
SUITI3VOS,
iii.nn ■■ tut....
JUHT HEOGIVED1
....inn wiiiiit »■....
MAKES TO.ORDER IN THE FINEST STYLES'
AND AT ruiom
LOWER THAN HKRITOFORK
U«itl«a«n la hm<! of tDjthln| la hli tin*
will do will by jlYlng htm • call.
SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER! |
OF TUB BEST MATERIALS, AND
IN ANY 8TYLE,|
Only Three Dollars.
WW !■
WALLER'S
CLOTHING BAZAR,|
la Or. n*U'i Mtw Balldlaf.
MAIN ITUKKT OOI,D HILL.
M. P. WALLER
("XAI.IjM rARTICULAIt ATTENTION TO I
j hli ritmln, welltcUcled (lock ef
Sprlnjr and Summer
CLOTHING,)
....coauiriaa or....
OKKM* AND nCHINKHM MIT*,
WOYH' I.OTIIIMO,
rVBNMHINU (JOODrt,
OATS. BOOTH, NHOEA,
TUUNKft, VAMHKM,
Kit., which ho ol)*r«
AT NEW YORK PRICES!
zunlna bafa» parchulaijaUa
QXJIoksjLVElT!
UNTIL PURTHtR NOTICE
TBI PBICB OP
QUICKSILVER
WILL II
fl 41 OKWT« P«B POUND.
AGENCY t
BANK OP CALIFORNIA
YIBOIXIA AWflOLDHILI.
■yl >f
a. itiir. w. a. uun.
HAI8T A LILIEN,
Civil Engineers and Sur
veyors.
omciHi
Tlralala Cltr-M lUalb Ca«raai.ar»aalla
OM Frllawa' Blark.
OaM Bill-Over Olbawi'a rUlaaa.
«10 tl
SBVTLBMBN'8 CLOTMO, ETC,
WHITE HOU8E
CLOTHING STORE!
THE LATEST ARRIVAL
....or..,.
Spring and Summer Styles.
THE GRUMBLING
Or BALD HOl'NTAIN IS AH NOTIlUfO
compared with lb. (rambling »f nw of
oar Clothing l»rak-ra aa tbej dill; uivmi th.lr
euilamera Tratlnr them »n.l wiadlof Ibelr
war to tb. WHITE IIOI'MK M.OTlI INU
MTOMK, the oaljr iiUr. In tows * here juu
fct real baiyaloa la Clothing.
THE PRATING WOQEN
Raid on the aalooa* I. the Ka»t; but here, all
wbn want pood. aabeUatUI. well made and
behlooabl* Clothing, raid oa tb. WBITK
Htl'U ILUTH1HU ITOIL
THE ITtAJMIOTH CAVE
WnU probably bold a larger .torIt *f goodr
than ai; bonn In Iowa, aid. perhape, a raw
mm .buddy «<Mda ard empty paper bate, than
.omeofoar big ahoddf clothing wareboaaee,
but a better ill-d and more compart ratabll.b
meat I baa tb. WHITE IIOl'MK 4M>TH.
INU ITtllK la a.t to be found ea tbe 1'acl
Be coa.t—It afforda no room for aboddy and
empty paper boxee.
A BI« STRIKE
la the Comtlock would dauhtle.t tend itocki
op all alent UM line, but COHSf * IMA ACM
pledn their word that they would atlll continue
ta tell node aa cheap aa arar, refanlleil of the
•lock cicllemenl.
THE DEVIL,
In tha form of a paid piper, once ranted all the
childien of a Tlllaee to follow him off. Coald
he hare ehown toch bargaina lo clothlnr aa ara
to be had of COllSf * INA ACM all tha par
eata would have followed. at welt a* the chil
dren. tnd thnt ha would hare deaaed oat the
whole rillafe.
A HAUNTED HOUSE
la In some placet an object of wondrr and ter
ror, hot the VlllTRIIorMKI'IAtTIIIIfU
NTORE la coaeuntly haunted, day and uitfbt.
hj a whole anajr of cuetomert. and ret It It the
moat popular place In tnwn. A NKW SLIT
effectually Ujt ararj (boat that makaa Ita ap
pearance.
COHN & ISAACS,
IT*. 1« Nanlk C atreet,
VIRGINIA CITY. NKVADA.
ror»tr
ROOS BROTHERS,
• «..OF TOT....
PALACE CLOTHING STORE
No. 99 Mouth C Street,
s riAVimi HRXOVATKI) AND ItK-o
■ II ailed their Urge Store throughout. ■
h ana baring formed hotlneM r.neretloat
fcboih la Kan Krandteo and the gicat-H
3 Wholeeal. Marta of tha AtlanUc KUiea.B
u which eaahlea them to aunt ounce cwa-m
Ideally that tber (.'AN and WII.L Ski.I,
i~ HNr. CI.OTIIfNU CIIKAPKR TIlANn
23 ANY OTUBII llul'SBONTIIBCUABT.*
«. he» leave to call tha attention of the ^
■JlVopleaf Weetern Nerada to Ihalr rerjru
)Z exteatlre and choice Aaaartmeat of Klna _|
a* Cnatom made
OLOTHINO
..All..,
FURNISHING GOODS,
....comprising....
PINK NEW STYLE
CASSIMERE SUITS,
HATS AND CAPS
BOYS' CLOTHING,
HOSIERY,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CALIFORNIA BLANKKT8
Orrrall*. Dark ISlita. Itlaaar*, Traaka,
Jiiim Tnrfllii Mas*. Ila>4.
Mrrklrlh KaaptiMrk Tin,
flaws, Cifhiif lalaci
•nn artlrla aaa
allr kept la a
FIRST-CLASS ESTABLISHMENT.
BOOS BROTHERS'
PALACE CLOTHING STORE,
NO. M NOI TII C MTBEKT.
lottery" LOTTERY 1
BUARAIITEE IMVESTMEMTI
NO POSTPONEMENT!
EVERY DOLLAR INVESTED WORTH DOUBLE,
WK DO NOT PHOroHK TO WAIT. BtIT
will fiom till* tin* oa jtr* III* p*opl*
of Uttkl Ulll ud Tlclaltjr a aafar and Bon
pnllabl* iKTMIinrit.
Do too think > dollar »ar*d la a dollar Bad* 1
If m, w* will 1*11 rou wlwr* lo Btk* It.
Do too ml (Uld Ulll la pr*ap*r ? th*a p»t
real** (told Hill Hon*. W* >r* dft*nnln*d
aot ta b* and*raaM k» Virginia Cltr or a»7
other placc, »nd If jaa bat call sad rlr* a* (
ckaac* w* will coarlac* jroa that «a mi
whit wa Mr.
W* manufacture aod Impart all oar good* »•
prea.lr fur (told Ulll trad*, therefore w* o«*r
too a Mtthr *rtlcl* at a l*u prlt* Ikaa tb*7
can iffon! la In Vlrtlila Clijr.
II I* aulm to (in a Mil of prtca*. All »r*
cordially Inrltad to call al oar (tor* and Jade*
for themeelree. W* ar* dallr racclrlof n*w
aad d**lrabl* «ocda aad »t,U* aot »urpie»*d
bj an/. Our stock couldi of c«at*m iaad*
MEN'S ANB BOYS'
CLOTHING,
Furniahing (ioodt,
BOOT * SHOIS, HATS. OAFS,
Traaka. Valla**. Itlaak*!*. Rlr.
If roc don't ••.what ,oa waat.roaaln lad
ask for It; wo an ran la kar* It ckaaprai
raod. Wa raat aachor la Ooid Ulll. Wa B*aa
to liar hrr* for fnmi. W* *aa oal, d* that h,
rain In* cnalora. w* Intend to g*t yoarcaa
totn If aqaira deallnf wtll do It.
RKINSTKIN * WOLF,
Nasi ta Baak af Callferala, Oald Ulll.
art la
San Franciscoo Clothing Store.
■ANNBNT * LOVE,
IMrorrnsov anddialkrs ih out
tea aad r*adr Bad*
CLOTHING,
emumira roRNwniNn good*,
AND BOTH1 0L0TRIR0,
Utm MfU*^ of Hal*. JVaaha, Tall***
«h*r tk* plae*—HOOTIl C BTRRBT,
Mar., am door toath of Baak af Call
font a, bjU tf
HIIT/9f> *
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Pamphlets,
Receipt Books,
Bill Beads,
Letter Beads,
Legal Blanks,
, Brokers' Blanks,
Election Tickets,
All Kinds of Card Work,
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ELECTION OB THEATRICAL
POSTERS,
Dodgers,
Flyers,
Programmes.
Circulars,
Ball Tickets,
Wedding Cards,
Business Cards,
Labels, Tags, Eto.
Printing, in Colors;
Printing, Plain or Fancy;
Printing in All Styles.
PRINTING DONE TO OBDEB
WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH,
....UrOH TUB....
MOST REASONABLE TERMS
....tro at rni. ..
LOWEST CASH RATES.
THE
Gold Hill Dally News,
(HTABUHUED IN IK*.
la pnhll.kfd mry imli|axeapt Kaoday.aad
lu flrrolatlon ixinr rery rtaartl tad
axtanatva UHI mining tad
builoMt [wopla. ItmlllM,
nc., makaa it
TUB BUT AMD
MONT EFFICIENT MRDH'M
MINING, BUSINESS, AND All OTHER
ADVERTISING.
BU8INK88 MKN,
PROFESSIONAL MKN,
PRACTICAL MKN,
Art rcapaatfully larlUd I* ■ raraful latptttloa
tad crluclaai of
OUR ADVERTISING COLUMNS.
Itlaaka far AdaarlUlaa (Faralabrd Fraa.
THE GOLD HILL NEWS,
....at a....
FIRST-CLASS DAILY PAPKN,
la tboroackly Idaalllad with Ika haat la
laraaia of Ika roaniry, ana all alaataa of
Ifea Pfnpt*. from Ika MINKH. or Ika
MECHANIC. la Ika MSU
CH ANT ar Ika BANKER.
II alTat Ida LATEftT
NEWS, lalacrapktc
aad atbarwlta
froaiallparta
af Ika
WotW,
tad
EVERYBODY READS IT.
OUR
Weekly Mlnlnf Summary
Pakllalwd arary Tkanda, la Ika '.Naw«. la
caraftlly piaparad fraaa iba ao.r itrra ta
rn aoracaa, prlfala aad atiwrwta., aa
tka day oi pakMaatlnn, aaplaytac
ta alia tad aflekat corpa o(
nporlar*. It It atlfrnallv
racopiliad at aUclal, tad Ika
mo.t uobbict tad aiLiatui >i
roar af Iba eoadlllaa af Ika ailaaa af
Ika Com,tot* or "Wuaoi" aaetlaa.
Wa alto glra Iba lalatt mltlaa laknaallaa
obltlaabla from olbar |>trU of Ua coaatry.
THE
Gold Hill Dally Newt
U dallrarad ky ctrrltra lbroa|haal
Oold Rill, Vlrgtala Gly, Caraoa. Bltrar
City, Daytoa. aad coaUfaaat loctllllaa,
aad la atal by mall to all parta af tba
coaatry aad Iba world. Nooaa la fatly
poatad, or ap to tba Uaaaa wbadaaa
aa< rrad tba Uold Box Diilt Nrwa.
ALF. OOTKN,
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