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GOLD KILL. I i TBE8D1T. AUO. it 1(74 *ir«iT. (uroBTIS MM IT B>U * BALL.] 1.—I Kftalig. N M—dow Valla;, • W Kaymomt A Kir. 10. 1»X, »0\ lit WO Barrka Cm.. 10V.!»'. (OPMcka. t *M WMbtDfton M Oaoh, Tfc Ik) Bo wary. tOc 1(0 »U»ar >tak. He m)Kja Put*. 1H *M Kmplr* tUakal. IX. 1% ■so Mbml IS luo Monitor MbmI, t 100 Ida Blaara. fix* 110 Nawaik.lW 310 SI Dorado Soath. 1, l\ 1T» ttoklaa Chariot. 9)4 so» Hurry Croak, >s.». 1W luo ladapaadant. TV "3 Sayaga. U 1010 Ophlr, » M. 19 v M. IV,. ls\, it SM RaKhar, «a. Ui, » Crown Point. MW. *iw <0 Challar Palual, 4a, 4a X » Ovanaaa, a\ Coa. Virginia. Tt. TS* Tkla ■•rains. M^.ax.ax.ax.ax m», m. uk. *a WoaM Jk Carry, U. Ilk IS Baal A ftrk brr. as. H 1X> Havaca. M. MS Ui ChoUar-Poiaai. aa Mb, 10 bio. Hu NIUK4XuRrM.«l Itncrova Haul. M.« bio. cat. U% T.llow Jackal. TO M00 lapartal. a. • Mo, * WO M Baiplr*. T. 7\ 110 Kan lack. Ilk. »S «U Alpha. 1IX. llX 1,0 .lo *"* M- ** IMCoa. Tlrdala, >V. ?*M. T» hlo M nlarra Narada. «S. 4* WW Hock lalaad, IS MO Haoaca Tie Joo banlaaallaa. IIM. 11 lit OecMaaial. J'«, 4 TO Sllrar lllll. tH * Mae IWIchtf. t» 100 B<ck«ia*r.« iaM(»arMa.»i4.»V. MM0. 30b MO JO M California. MS-ST * 40 Aawrlcaa Flat, T •jnu Dajtoa. ft. as 430 Aotlaa. Me. tor loa Crawa Point Harlan, 1 MOTylar. Mfcc.Mc ?a I la*. 1% 4* Jaatlra. «X.T lo Succor 1 v lao HaltlaiornOon . T«. T','. T MO ttootli (>< arnian. Juc 100 Haifa. 1% U0 WoatlTllla. IS. IX 110 Krllpaa. a IM J alia. I. IS MCalmlaala. IIX «0 Kalrkarhockar. Ik. 4S SuOOIoba. IX 110 franklin. IX, IX Slmn' t'xios Picxic.—Th* Virginia Miner*' I'nion, it vill I* remembered, Imve miule arrangement* (or • grand pic nic excursion U> the Dower* Mansion on Saturday. August Hth. The Committee of Arrangement* will leave nothing un done which can contribute to the com fort and enjoyment of those who deal re to atteud. The beat l*nda of uiuaic in the State havo l>een secured for the occa siun. There will be a great variety of aiuusemuit* oa the ground*, including dancing, archery, target practice, base an>l foot-ball game*, wheelbarrow raring, pitching quoits, etc. The picnic* given by the Miuera' I'nion have alwaya l>eeii very enjoyable, and it i* the intention of the committee* having the matter in charge to make the present one the pleaaaiiteat of th* aeaaou. Clothi*®. - The fastidious, the easily pleased, the merchant, the miner, the clerk, the nchool-boy, all can ttnd Hum mer clothing to *nit their variou* taut** at Banner Brothers, on C street, corner of Taylor, Virginia The time ha* been whan a man would travel all over the county and uot find what he wanted in the way of clothing, but thing** have changed. One visit to lianncr Brothers will do the busineaa, and he will depart with the consciousness that he ha* done w*ll. Diu> or Small Pox.—A young daugh ter of Sheriff Shaw, of Lyon county, died of small pox at Dayton yesterday afternoon. Her father i* at present in San Francisco receiving medical treat ment. having *ouie two year sincu met with *n accident, by the upsattiug of a buggy, whereby hi* leg wa* terribly broken, th* bone refusing to unite. Hi* cup of sorrow tecmi Oiled to overflow ing Pit DaT*.—The Crown Point Mining Company payed off their employe* yes terday. The disbursements made by the Company for labor dunag the month of July amounted to U"i7. Th* Yellow Jacket Company disbursed $13,000 to day. To-morrow will b* pay day at the Belcher. The Company'* pay-roll will foot up *om*wher* in th* neighborhood of fwi.OOO. Trim Em-no*.—At the annnal meet ing of the Tyler Miniug Company, held in San Franciaco, on the ',17th of July, the following trustee* and officer* were elected: Trustee*, E. M. Hale, J. W. Carrick, E. M. Fry. J. B. Low, Thomo* O'Connor, l'reaident, E. M Hale; Treaaurer, E. M. Fry; Secretary, O. D. Squire*; Su|>eriuteudent. J. O. Brackett. Cash Ur oa a« TaormLin.—All par tie* having bill* on the book* of the Union Saloon, Main atreet. Gold Hill, under the mauagemeut of Dan Corcoran, are officially notified by card in our ad vertising column* to-day that they must call at Justice Wright'* office and *ettle forthwith; otherwise they will be sub jected to legal tronbl* and cost*. -We h*l the pleasure this forenoon of • fraternal viait from Mr. E. L. Colnon, who waa employed aa alitor od the Eureka Cuptl from its i-onimencsment until it was obliterated by the recent temble cloud-burst calam ity in that town. Mr. Colnon is taking a look at the mining and milling won ders of the Comatock range. Tuum llanai*—Jsmes Langan, one of the underground foremen in the Crown Point mine, in returning home from the railroad de|K>i at a late honr laat evening, accidentally (ell off a bulk bead sustaining, in conaeuusuce. a frac ture of the thigh bone. Dr. Hall ren dered the necessary surgical aaaistance. Tiutuch. Mis* Annette Ince ar rived in Virginia City from the Kaat yes terday morning. She will appear at the Opera House to-night as Julia, in Hheri dan Knowlee celebrated play entitled •■The Hunchback." CostA.LDKSXT. — Michael ltoacb. a resident of Crown l'oint Ravine, who for the past two weeks has been paiwing through a course of amall po«, ha» en tirely recovered. Uiima or Tsi rrrm. The Hoard of Town Trail<« will meet on Thursday and Friday afternoons for the pnrposx of examining the assessment roll. NiTtnuiJxvrtoM. -Until further notice Judge Rising will give a hearing to per sona applying for naturalization papers, every morning ut 10 o'clock. Cotnrrr CoMMissioMEas.—The Board of County Commissioners will be in ses sion to-morrow (Wedneedsyl st one o'clock. MrrxoaouxiH.il.. -In Gold Hill, st 1 r. m. to-day, the thcnnonetcr indicated • temperature of 78 degrees in the shade. SitALL-rox.—A young daughter of Mr. Cooke, who reside* in Crown Point Ra Tine, has been attacked with small-pox. towjt Tirmo. A regular meeting of the Hoard of Town Truateea vu hilj Laat mniog. Present, Umn Mundall, Winterbauer, Ewmett, and Mori hall. Clerk. Minutes of previous meeting read and approved. The following bill* were read and ordered paid: Street laborer*, $344. Abe Jonaa, $130; A. McMartiu, 950; John Wad*. SU>; J. 11. Marthall. >50; three lire companiee, $20 each; Gold HUl New*, $125; (leu. Kiuuett, f'iltf 10; N. Larivierre, $J7 80; Hittner k Co., $2»; Wm Hall. 8 75; Mat. Bray. $H'i SO; llurlev Brother*. (<13 36; B. Carrick A Co.. $531; Thoa. Kelly, $200. A petition from citizen* of the Second Ward waa read, an king the appointment of K. W. Caaaidy aa night policeman of aaid ward, an>l on motion, wa* placed on file. Chief Engineer of the Fir* l>epart lurnt atated that the new ciatern ou Main atreet waa not water-tight, it having loat ou average 3\ iuchea per day, and alao complained of mm* one tampering with the water work* and lining water from main reservoir without tiermiiaiou. Maaar*. Sullivan and McCarty, resi dents of Bullion Ravine, complained of a well having caved in by leakage from town reaervuir. On motiou Meaare. Mundel and Winterbaurer were ap pointed a committee ro examine the aaiue. Several partiea residing on Telegraph •treet appeared and agitated the queetion of having aaid *treet opened, atating that it ia at preaeut impoaaible to get a wagon m ar their rvaideuces. Meesra. Kjnmett A Kelly agreed to examine and inquire into th» feasibility of openiug aaid (treet. The elerk reported having received aa aaaament roll from Town Marshal. The Committer en Streeta re|>ortc<l them in good ordar. Several citizens residing in Crown 1'oint lUviue complained of prevalence of amall-|iux in that locality, and aaked that the ueceaaary atepa l« taken toward preventing the apread of the diaeaae. llilla of Dra. llall and Kirby, amount ing to $20. waa ordered paid. Hoard adjourned. I'm* - OriKA Itum. — The emo tional drains entitled the " Msrble Heart" *u produced at the 0|>era House ln»t night before a well-pleasod audience. Mr. Sawtelle eaact.d the character of Phidiaa, the sculptor, in a most excellent manner, and won for himself frounent and hearty spplause. Sir. Edmonds. aa Diogenes, the cyuic. acquitted hitneelf admirably. Miw Cogswell jiersonsted Mile. Marco Terr pleasingly. Mrs. Edmonds won frequent plaudits from the andience by her excel lent rendition of the character of Madame Duchalet. Mr. Croabie, the cemniedian, kept the audience in a con tinual uproar of laughter by hia ad mirably delineation of the character of Margiuix. The eutertaiument from be ginning to end was very enjoyable. To night Sheridan KnowltV celebrated play entitled the "Hunchback " will be given, Miss Annette I nee appearing aa Julia. Valpaxli Will.—McLain, of the Mound House, has got his well down now H5 feet, thirty feet of which dis tance ia in the water strata. He has done considerable tunneling in two or three directions from the bottom, and when the well is completed and the wnt«r allowed to fill to its standard hight there will be a large body, or reser voir of it, which cannot easily be pumped dry with any ordinary pump ing appliances. He proposes planting a huge, brood forest of trees, which will be irrigated by means of this well, and in three or four vrant picnic parties will hud the Mutiud House groves ami gar deus just the nicest and handiest place in this section to go to on such occa sions. Ki'niiat School Picwii.'.—The grand Sunday School Picnic, to long looked forward to, comes off to-morrow. Ji\ilg ing by present appearances, the day will be all the most exacting excursionist can wish, neither too hot nor too cool, but full of sunshine and posaible enjoyment. There will doubtless be n large gather ing at the Mansion when all the schools have met, such a throng of happy little folks as has not assembled in all the years at Nevada'* history. The scholars will meet at St. John's church at 7 JO, to have their lunch baaketa properly la beled. and to perfect the last necesaary arrangements. Every care will be taken to provide against loss and accident or discomfort. Tm HcBLiwn Dull.—Parker A Lacy, agenta for the Pacific Coast of the Itarleigh Rock Drill Company, are now introducing a new and more effective style of carriage for their famous drills. It is called the " Iluffalo " carriage, ami is for mounting two drills on one bar, which can be conveniently raised and lowered to suit the work to be performed by means of chains, pulleys and wind lass. This new style of carriage pos sesses several advantages over any oth ers in use, and adds much to the great effectiveness of the liurleigh drill. The San Franciaco Virumj ami Scienlijir /Vms of July 'J.>th, give* a full description and also a flue cut of the Buffalo carnage and drills in fall working trim. Tm« Tbmpucto* 8ta» Axijaxc*.— The Templrtona utitkI in Gold Hill from Eaatern Nevada thi* morning. They will ap|*ar at Miner*' Union 11*11, Gold Hill, thin evening, on which occa iiion a veiy attractive bill will bo pre aented. The performance will commence with the beautiful comic drama entitled "Lot*'* Folliea," and will conclude with the highly amusing farce of "Satan in Gold Hill." The entertainment* given by "the Templrtona are alwaya good, for which renaon we ahall expert to nee Miner*' Union Hall crowded to night. Thoae of our reader* who are affected with the blur* xhonld by all meana attend. Tax**. -The a**^*amenl roll i* n«w open for iuapection at the office of the Itoard of Town Truateee, rear of Yellow Jacket Kngine Hooae. The Trustee* will meet a* a Hoard of Equal ization on the 17th iuatant. 8e« official uotic* clue where U(tvkm 11 raoM tu« Lam.—Among the arrival* from Lake Tahoe on Hun day morning were Mr. U. B. Mavnanl. Mr, Booth and family. Adam Oilleemc Mid wif., Mia* Kraaer. Mn. Krankeu heime, and Mr. M.Duffle, of silver Jcmca Wiionr'* Conrr.-No crim «£ 'LT'T* Wm* >n Jtutice W right a Court to-day. War It la.—It la aot (treat* at all that the •Idewalk la froal of W. K. Rleou'e etore la blockaded wttk rood" every day. and *o many paaple comlnr oat leaded »Hh food*, for with a frw dollar* you can bur eroceriee enough to du for a month Mix pound* tit »• cru«bed *ufar. fl uO. 1 pooada la* brown infer, 11 08; fr**h tomato**. It can. t» eta.; fr**h pearkee, It> ran. itru ; freah ojrater*. t% can, Met*: pie fruit, t» raa. It eta.. aad everything In propor tion. tie and c*t a package af Klaon'a coffee. fre*h ground every week. Try It. t CoaaorouTa* 8au>oa, comer of C afreet and Sutton tvaaae. Virginia City, Caaaiaa Soaaaa ttate of the Saddle Back), proprietor. Mr. Aornmer deal raa te In farm kla friend* and the public generally that be ha* thoroughly ra nted and opened the ahove popular Moon, where he will be ready at all tinea te aapply kU cuMomera with the chniceel wlaee, liquor* aad cigar*, dive him a call. a TELEGRAPHIC! EASTERN DISPATCHES. Iiricui to Tm mis BLL dailt aiwa. O O XI Kg TIC »M TILL I QUICK I'mrh ClMnl 4'rlsls. Xl* You, August 4.—A Pilii letter uyi the atory of the criiii in the French Cabinet so far aa known in briefly this: Uoe, lnte Minister of Finance, after • long, iharp tight, aeeing hi* laat plan for balancing the budget rejected by a great majority in the llouae, inaiated on giving bu resignation, which wiu ac cepted. Ho coufeaaod to bo a rcpreaen talive of ltonapartiani in the Cabinet. A little later Kourton, Miuiater of the In terior, insisted on reaigning. There are several n aaona for hia leaving, the moat plausible of which are: He demanded that a llonupartiat ihonld be taken in tho place that Mozne hail juat vacated; that on the reception of Yontarou*' re port, tho President aliould iu advance und by message reply to M. 1'eriereK pM|Kwition that the Perfect of l'olice who reduced tho inveaiigation* he waa ordered to institute into illegal llonapar tiats intrigbea. to the Inula of criminal prosecution, iuaiating that the law ahoald nuTe ita course, should be dis missed from office. All thvae demands were in Cabinet council resisted and Anally rejected. The conductor iu chief of Ihia resistance is the I>uke de Caaaaa, Minister of Foreign Affairs, and an Or leauiat, ao far aa auy oue is an Orlean iat. T.>-day lie la an Orleanlat by all hia antecedent!!. Fourton is comparatively a young mau, and froe from binJing antecedents, lie was once Minister under Thiers, and boa atwaya been tlrst through all of the Dcpiutmeuta of the Ministry under Mc Mahon. Fourton'a >lr|«rturu (rum thu Proai dent'a Council, within Icn than ten ilars of hi« acting an the l'rmideut'a author mouth-piece to th* Committee of Thirty, lira in the (net that while hewn* Miniater, hx woe paraonally a Scptcnat •rcliiat, aoparently with the honeat Mar ahal'a approval, and cewica to be Minia ter. In other word*, it might mviii aa though the honcaty of tho Marshal waa grown mmiewliat tired of the <|uetT tin ixhing. bat bohlly falae |x>licy of th* truce of |«rtiea. EiUailtt Rrttam Melaur*. Th* rereuue authoritiea have aeized $900,000 worth of cnule apirita hem yeatcrday in rarioua purtn of the city on auapiciou of fraud intended againat the Government. He*eli»r>Tlltou. At a meeting of the l'lymouth Church Investigating Committee laat evening a letter waa presented from llev. 1 »r. Htorra, in which he aaid he hail no per aoual knowledge of the rant tern which wnw before the committee; thut ha hail aeen the statement signed tiy Mr*. Tiltou uuil referred to in Sir. Carjien t r'H atateuunlH ami Mr*. Tilton'a tea tiniony on Friday evening, which con taiacd grave charge* eipren*.-*! in thexe words: "On a certain occaaiou Mr. lleecher solicited me to beenme n wife to him with all that i* implied in thia re lation. Thin pn>|Niaitioti I commu nicated to my husband;" but on account of lack of |xrm>ual knu*lod((fl Dr. Storra eipre**ed the opinion that it would not lie ncctKHsry for him to ap jiear before th* couimitte*. WESTEENDISPATCHES [•racial, to vim oolb hill dailt FROM SAN FRANCISCO Water Works lo be furrhaMil ■■•oil turn Arrest* — Arrested — Up'* Wuarillau - Prlaa tl«bt Urteabarki. Sim Fiamcuco, August 4— 1 r. M.— Th* Board of Supervisors haa passed to print a reaolution in favor of pur ehaaing th* Spring Valley Water Work* anil all water right* and supply aources in th* vicinity of the city. Chief Cockrill baa detailed eighteen policemen charged with thu apecial duty of attending to hoodluma in all parta of the city. The first resulta aro the ar rent of a large number of them laat night. Alfred Paraf and Van Hrunt, of the Oleoinargeriue Butter Company, wer* arreKted to-<lay under an indictment for forgery, found by the Grand Jury yen torday. Hail fixed at #10,000 in each case. City aud Comity Attorney Ilumrtt u drawing up «u application to tho Pro bat* Court for Mayor Otia to Iw a|. pointed guardian of tho idiot boy Rip, who iu on exhibition n faw day* ainco at > aid* ahoar of Queeu'a Circna. Two men engaged iu a geuuiu* prize fight to-day ou Kanaoino atreet, uenr Pacific, with Iwttle holder* aud aeconda. Tho fight hud not proceeded loug, how ever. wheu five or aix |tolic«tnrn cauia ou the accne aud arrested the princijMtla, umpire, bottle-holder* aud aevarnl ajtec tatora. IliaoriL -Balteilck X On.'a Patten Agrncy baa been removed to No » North C atreet, op po»ltc FiUmelrr ,f Armhru*! • Bakery, right door* aorlb of th« 1'iolafflre. up*tain, at whkh plara all the lateet patlrrae eaa be iib talaeii. Mr*. K. A. Utorer having received th* agearyof the tuportlag and wholraak Human llalr K*iel>ll>hairnt of Cnarlea V. IVrkLaa Brvadwa). Naw York, l« no* prepared to tap By ladtea »ilh flm naalltr of grnnlne hair at aw York rat** Call and *re *aiaplra and prlrr Hit Mr*. K A Btofar, X«. 96 North C atreet, up alaln, Virginia lit/, Ner, 10 RiidThi*.—And to do ao la certainly for yoar good, for during the be it 3D daya I pro poae to aell my entire atock of splendid Kprlng and Hummrr clothing, la llall'e holldin.v oppo alt* the Niwa offlce, Main atreet. Hold II111. regardleee efcoat. Bo let all wha want a dura bla, atylith and huhlonable anil of clothing Ke ia* a rail hrfore parrba*lac alwwhare. la la no •ham, for I mil aad will rleaa oat W 'lock "III,in that time. Alt peraooa todabtad to ma will plcaaa rail and trill* at 7A. .m M.F.WALLKIL Ool» Iliu-aaa ard rvrrybody read tbla: Thar* la oaa iblug certain; tbo*e who are A Rim. - It la bo wonder that C. A. Nolle, aeler, of tka Mrlmpolltan Boot and Ithna Ntore. No 10kSouth O atreet, Virginia, ladn lag tech a reeking baalnaa*. lie baa jaat re tamed from Baa rraaclaro with a lrrge atock of the Uteat atilaa aad be«t quality of boota aad abora. which be la arlllng cheaper than eeer. Ju»t walk up to No. hM South 0 atreet, and examine hla aew guoda. 14 A Warning froa Beyond the flravt, [Proa th« tUHr af Llfht.] About three milae southeast of the city of Schenectady th« highway ia inter sected by the New York Central railroad. At tbia point an aged couplo, Mr. and Mra. W„ wall known to all the citizens, retaining home from an evening drive, were atruck and inatantly killed by the traiu due in Schenectady at 5 p. u. At ten minutes pott Ave a lady in the city, Mr*. C., of a highly nervous organ ization, and intimately acquainted with the nnfortnnate couple, anawered a ring at tho front door of her houae, heard by both ber hnaband and aiater. She found standing at ber door au elderly lady, whom she had uerer liefore seen, dreaeed in the foahiou of year* long aince gone by. The atranger aaid nothing, when the lady of the bonne opened the con versation by obarrving : "1 do not know you; do you wUh anything ?" " Nor I you," replied the old lady. "Heiuldowti to the ti o'clock train; the bodied of Mr. and Mm. W. will lie on it." The old Indy then walked off. Mrs. C. immediately told her hnaband, who waH iu the honno, and asked him to go down to the depot, whieh was not at any great diatance. lie, however, ridiculed Lis wife and ber nervous apprehensions; but living again urged, weut down to the depot to And that the train hail not yrt urrivod, and no icjMirt of any accident. He returned horns at r»:!iO—even yet lie fore the accident- -to laugh at his wife and her feara. The train arrived a little late, and in a few minutea a messenger rushed up to asy tluit the dead bodies of the old couple were on the train, ami to reonest Mr. C. to come down, which' ha did, and helped thein off. The messen ger was sent np to Mr. C. Iu consequence of his flrat visit aud inquiries. There were no ineana of telegraphic communi cation with the place wheru the accident bap]M'!UHl. Afterward, iu describing the aiqiearanea of the lady to a sister of Mrs. W.t she recognized it at once as a faithful jMirtrayal of Iter mother, who hail lieeu tlead many yesrs. The Sweetness of Blaine. Of nil mm who wintered in Waahing ton City, Hjieaker Maine Imllt hinmelf uo sinniiea. Republican Representa tive* went home believing Maine tlie one Mhiiiioi; light of ths party. The Demo crats remarked, u they gave one anoth er the tlnnl good-bv, tliut " Maine *iu tlio only whit* mnu in tho whole Hadi cnl crowd." The Granger* forgave " Mintrr Maine " for giving swell rwe|> tioim hikI wearing tiroadeloth, and w*r# nnanimotu that there waa " aoiuethlng mighty nice about him." (Irant holds him ho warmly an to make him his tir»t choice for tlio Presidency, whenever ths third term ulea sink* in tho muddled ex tcutivi* liraiu. Every Cabinet officer riuika Maine at hia immediate perianal friend, and thev ran to him all the osa ai(rti to nut.-iuglf department perplexi ties too complicated for their own *lud low underataiiding. His life wna natnu ialiing tho whole aeaaion. A suave so ciety b'adrr, he was, w ith hi* charming family, in nil their priuci|>al reception* ami vi*it*. Yet he glittered at every Congrriaional *np|H r, and waa up,ruddy and fresh bstiuie*, for an hour'a cloact ing with (iraiit, iu the morning, or a buaiusa* consultstinn with Delano or Holx-aon. Ha was promptly and psrsia tently in hia place during day nnd night seaaiona, and hi* velvetand-Hteel hand ling of'the Hon** waa a uintler of com mon fame. A Parliamentarian whoae deciaiona have never t>een reveranl, he ruled thrvo hundred buuiptioua, uoiay legialators eaaier than most uien rule s ■uioll household. Tiik i;rnnite atalile for the ao'diers' laoniiineut nt Antietnm, which ia twenty ono feet high and weigha about twenty live tuna, (wing probably the largest atatue of modern time*, has jnat lieen completed at llatteraou'a ipiarry, in Weaterly, H. I. Conrad, of Hartford, deaigned it, and it ia pmnouueed by good judge* to be n genuine work of art. Three other aoliliera' inonumeiita are l>eiiig cut there, for Worreater and llrain tree. Mua*., ami I.aucu*tcr, l'cnn., aud nil will b« iu poaitiun by tho 1st of He|> tcmber. Mat. J. II. CtwioM, of Toledo, Ohio, enjoy* the distinction of the flrat lady who ban ever occupied the poaition of Suporintendcnt of a railroad. Mm. Caraon ia Superintendent of the Toledo, Wnlmah and Western Railway, with which ahc has been connected in varions capacities almost from its infancy. i vaar nana, aaIt anJ Mir war to make am ner. la to procsr* territory ta IntraJnoo lb* lateat aHfallbTrnlkta that la wanted aeery tlar br *f *ry os*. trery where. who haa a fainllr. a fulUlaeO r'* i Martilue Willi Table ami rr.,l'. (>»r only l* ihat lh* aauie work aa a marhln* too »a*M pay ♦*> (or, rapl.1, aiuooth *n<t irm. uiakra a ao*ia -» atrwng that th* rlolb will Irar before tlia •ill, liea will rip apart. Uftil n-w allarhaieala (ur all work an.l tlia luiprovfUllutloo Ilolo Worker u„ .1 by aa only. Afeata oalr neeil ahow them la opera ll*ti toaell In overy honee Ihey enter. $Vi an.l lip. warila , l.-ar«<l .tally l>» aluart ogetita. No aqvh ma , bin* waaevtrofTere.1 ataar auch prl,e. v.oai anlil Uel rear, mn.iaai tamlllra ua* them. Ilrniaipt In* irraitiiiK ri,ri ilar whera lliey beeomo known. MlnUlrra, Ju>l«ea. Uwrria. IMIIora. ila. Iilnlala. Tailor*. etc.. re. ointiirii'l tbrot aa perfect. Hlghla ilfra free to nrat apptlranta. If (her* la no agent r I* rour place, wrtlo (or II,or bur a marhlna (or *<>tir family or a relation there la none belter or aorheap. Machine* aeiil |o all liaita ••( theroualrr „n re< el*t *( prbe. SI*. Ite*na4v*rtlaenieat beglanln* "|*n Savnl Ineaefr faaillr'" In another f«iuain uf thia paper. A,l«tre*a the Proprleton. Hoaaar J. MlL Iioja A IV. ua Canal alrett. New York. soda. The b«»t for HAKINQ pur]**#« U John Dwiobt A C o.' a/Kta WAY UP IN STYLES AND QUALITY! WAY DOWN 11ST PRIQB8. SEE US AT OWC11 GREAT NOVELTIES IN OUR LINE I A GREAT MORAL WRONG, TO TAHK MONEY OUT OF TOWN. FOE THE SAME PKIOE TOU CAN HIT BETTER BARGAINS AT OCR STORE. AMD* A Larger Slock of Gooila TO CUOONB FROM. OTR BTOCK IH COMPLETE IX ALL ITU branch... C*l »nd for joara«ir. RKINSTKIN A WOLF, \.Et:i. Fuk .r <Vllf.r.U, G.U lllll. ii In E M I L E DRIEY FO U 8, nioKKMMiu or Mimic, AM TEACHER OF THE Willi fytnKlt.M I.KKT AT K. L. 111001*8' MP8I0 Vlrf lalt Cltr, or U WOPEMOR "ERLINERH. or with B. W. CIIUBDCCK, *»q. OOM mn 1-D.t^mc*. MUSIC FUMISI^pjJIAll OCCASIONS I GEmSC-l'S CLOTHl.Yli, ETC, THE TRANSIT VENUS! 18 MOT MORI ANX IOIIHI.Y AWAITED BY tka AtlriinoiMrii and HrlmlUla «f Ihr wnrkl tfcan lb* tranall «f OOODH frtini Ka.lrrn Marti to the WI1ITK IIUl'HK I I.UT1II.NO 8T0HI bjr Un hundrada of cuatomcra of COHN & ISAACS. EYE I,ESS I'ISU Ar« at h*m«» In the Mammoth Car*, whew* all la a dcluilou anU a mare—outward »how, In ward pmptliii*** and dw■llnltiar reputation—bnt la the VVIIITK IIOl'HK all U <>p<n a« the day. and the better and brighter the ejrea the more will the/ admire a!) that U theie to l* wt-n, whether the onuere of the eyes be flub or men. COHN & ISAACS, ....Of TMS.••• WHITE II O II S E, | ... OKPKIt TUB.... H°H 1° ea C P„ E E« 8 T ...an»... T V PA 1° E O H H C MOST EXTENSIVE STOCK OF SUMMER CLOTHING Kur rihihlted In Ihe Hut* of NeviiU. AN AFRICAN I'lVTlY Could pat In hla eye all Ihe "*«?«• of trade" that roll Into the empty, echoing caverna of the Mammoth (Mv«. but to remove in a month the WHITE HOtTrtK ►alea of a day would wi-ary an ARMY OF ARABIAN GIANTS, So crr«| l< Ihe rn»h alnoa bo lul Arrli.l of " nublijr " uiil iluflrmbU Spring and Summer Goods, All aoldat le#a price# th*n othera are charging for old, muaty, ahelf-worti ahoddy. OTOar cti«tnmem will hear In nuud that our Immeiiae «tmi of giMida Occupiea hut ONR 8TOXY«hioUrnatonrAltAdwd ami that out " NTYLK " 14 IN out uooDH. and not In the mm who a*rll them—excu»»lvv dignity and analerlty being banlahcd. COHN A, ISAACS, "WHITE HOUSE" CLOTHIKB STORE, Ufa. 10 Man Hi €' at reel, VIRGINIA CITY. NEVADA, Jn«0 If . SPECIAL NOTICE. T IIAVK TIIIH DAY HOLD TIIK hTOCK ANI) I rood will in my Dry Oood* Itiialnran, W4 KOl'TII C HTItKKT, |o A. VAE.\lti:itU, He alone being authorlaed to collect outstand ing Indehtedneaa and receipt for thr aauie. Thanking my nuunroua caalomera for Ihe oat ronage heretofrrc he-tow id. I rvapet trolly aollclt a continuance of the aarna to my aitc* cctaor. M. ItKINHTKIN. Virginia, Jnly 3,1874. RRFRKIUNO TO T1IB ADoYR, I HK(J LKAVR to return thank* to the public pencrally for klndncaa ahrnrn me 'during the |*ai Tear, and alate thai It la iny Intention to carry on a FIRST-CLASS BUSINESS, Endeavoring hy atrlct adherence to PA I It AND HON KMT DRAM NO to gain the cooddance of :ha public. It will he my apeclal aim to alwava keep on hand a full and complete atock of looaa In my line, dealrlng at all timet to ha ftble to plcaae tbu moat faalldioua. Having cxienalvn hualneaa connection*. af forda me facllltlew for conatantly receiving the LATRHT NOVKI.TIKM In the market. Kea|»eclfully aollcltlng the public patronage, refer to »y motto, M ftmall ProflU and Qnlrk Halw," JyUlm A. VAKSHKUO. WALLER'S CLOTHING BAZAR, In Dr. IlaU'a New Ilulldlng, WAIN IITBKKT <iOLl» HILL. M. F. WALLER SALU l*ARTirt:i.Alt ATTKNTION OP of the public to the fact that he la aelllng aplendld atock of Spring and Sunimrr CLOTHING, ....ruxnUTixaar.,,. OltIM* AND III HI.NIINH HI ITM, BOTH* ('M)TIII.MJ. PI RMHIIIIMJ UOOIH. IIAT«, IIOOTH, MIIOKH, TUl'NKH, TALUK* REGARDLESS OF COST! tfTTill ud .i.nln. bofnr* parchwlng •iMwh-n. jonif VARIETY STORE. pICXIC, MAHKKT, WALL AND WOttK BASKETS, rilTI'IIK KUAMK*. FANCY CHOCK. I KUV. I..(DIS TOVH, HTATIONfctt V, AND A (IKNKIUL ASWtltTMKNT Of FANCY O O O t» H , ....AT.... Berliner')* Vnrielv Mtore, MAIN «Tli I: I T. CiOI.D III I.I.. |0|.p. (KM Krllow.' mil ) CbMiM-r llita lb. rb<-«|M*t. dill and »« for mmu ■ajrttlm R. nRRI.INKIC. WOOD! WOOD! PIB UNDKRMKINKD IIA* FOR MALI A lily*qntnlltj of N'JT PIN*. MOUNTAIN I.IMU *»d other »«n»tlr. ol WOOD Al.o fill .apply of Ih* (IKHT QUALITY of COAL! K1I0LRHALK AND RETAIL. wblrh b. *1111 Irllrtr ihmufhnul (Jold Hill »nd tlcliltyodh. ->wc»l ruti prii n TIIOMAB OALLAOnn. ■ a. <rani. i. L. miriu CRANE, HASTINGS 1 CO., CILE, HAYES A CO., | rnniTiu aid johik m WINES AND LIQUORS, | •M miO •!« Wrom* HrHl, Jrstr iAi riARciiro.aL, OBSTLBMBB'S CLOT HISS, ETC. ON EXHIBITION AMD FOB RALE AT BANNER BROTHERS, Ctrwr V mmd Tartar <lrf»U| VIRGINIA CITY, THE LARGEST, MOST BEAUTIFUL ....AID.... MOST MACNI FICKNT itoi'K or SPRING CLOTHING BVBH UHOUUIIT TO THIS HTATK : SO RICH IN FABRIC, SO SUBSTANTIAL IN MAKE, SO SUPERB IN STYLE. AS TO SUIT THE MOST FASTIDIOUS, ... So Exceedingly Low in Price Afl TO AORKKAI1LY AHTOMSII THE MOST ECONOMICAL. HimmiiR RROTHEBN, ... WHO ALWAYS arcur.... TO PLEASE THEIB PATBONS „,.in urriHamiD to.... EXCEL ALL PKEVIOL'M El FORTS DtTKINfl TIIB I'KIMBNT HBA80N, «... AMD TO lOKTI MI-*.... SUCH STRAIGHT-FORWARD DEALINGS la h»»f win tut then the rwp«t ud ealeaa of their fellow cIIIicbi DEAL WITH UANNKB BBOTHEB9, ... wiio riMllT.,.. IN REDUCINC PRICE8. ! Buy; All Your CLOTHING ....PMM.... IB/INNER BROTHERS, • •••TNI.... ONLY LIVE CLOTHIERS IX VlltUINIA, NEVADA. •Ill If ». •. U4U.1TI*. I_D.>OL*OH. D. S. GALLATIN & CO. ■nrrtwra to O. T. lUrbrr * «'o., MAIN NTKKKT. nOI.D llll.l., NKT. ....MUM IK.... H A R D W AR E Of Kmi DiwrlillMi MILL AND MINING SUPPLIES Stoves, Tin Ware,Si* -u» HOU9E FURNISHING GOODS TIH. COPPER' AND SHEETIRON WORK DONK TO OltDKR. jr'Qtf CIGARM AND TOBACCO O. H. GALLUP, Mayunrd'i Block, MAIN MTIIKRT,.. ...flOLP llll.l.. Kali dow lo the lluik Eirhuifa. Till CHOICEST IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CHARS I ...,A«D.... TIIK BIWT nKANIM OK TOMCCO la Ml lu tarirtlw. Ttrai Kawr Everything A Nn'V Aad'rRICI* LOW fir Call aad »w. al lull 1m 3VL. J. SILVIA, INarrvmr la JOHN HAHII), MAIN STRICT, COLD HILL, (OpftfMlto lh« HuiHU-rUod Mill), n.,» GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, WINK4, MUC0K4, CIGARS, TOBACCO, CROCKERY, ....AX* A TAIIBTT or ... GOODS FOR FAMILY USE, All of which will h* mU 11 Um lowtat po« >lhlf prlr*. awl <1all»»ra<l fr*« of clurf* to Any part of iMd lllll or Vll|tala City. t M.J. ULTIA. NEVADA AND CALIFORNIA LUMBER COMPANY, MAIttrPA("ri-RUU AND WDOLBHALK Datetla Ml I.I. AND MINIMI TIMBER*, riKIIIIINO. M ILDIMU A FLUME LUMBER Hhlaalaa, Lath MM, Ml 1.1.a AND n.I'MB, Praaaar Crrak ftatlaa, C. P. Mallraatf. VlltlilNIA OPPICR, With LONKET A UMITn. At 111* V Inn Ma Lnmhrr Yard, <3 South 0 »lmt, oppnall* Hmlthatiaal. a/lt 1m II E M O V A L I WINKLE & KRUTT8CHNITT, DIALIM IN WINES AND LIQUOBM, ■ATI AIH0T1D TO Marfhwaat Car. D a»4 Tartar atraata Jyl Tlrflili City, Nara4a. Ta ila rfaaUt o< hold rygnodiAthfAl Iab4> tod— PRIITII8. GOLD HILL "DAILY NEWS" NKWdPAPUR ....in.... JOB PRINTING ■STABLI8HMBNT. Main Mreef, (.'old lllll, N13VAUA. Bookw, Pamphlet*, Receipt Book*, Bill Bead*, Letter Bead*, LeRnl BlanLn, Broken' Blank*, Flection Ticket*, All Kind** of Card ^Vork, MINIM STOCK CERTIFICATES, ELECTION OR THEATRICAL | POSTERS, Dodgers, Flyers, Programmes. Circulars, Ball Tickets, Wedding Cards, Business Cards, (Labels, Tags, Etc. | Printing, in Colors; Printing, Plain or Fancy; Printing in All Styles. PRINTING DONE TO ORDER | WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH, ....uroN ti>„.. MOST REASONABLE TERMS | ....AMD AT TIIE. .. LOWEST CASH RATE8. X II K Gold Illll Dally Hews,, (BMTADLIKIIKD IN 1MJ). It pnbll.hrd mry rttnlag rxcrpt PanUajr. and lla circulation i» in* far, ci-nrnl and riltn.lrt ajnunv mining and liu.lww Ounllira, tic., makrt it TUB BKST AND MONT KPFlCIKiNT MHDIIM MINING, BUSINESS, AND ALL OTHER ADVERTISING. BUSINESS MSN. PROFESSIONAL MEN. PRACTICAL MEN, Art rttprctfullr IitIImI I* t rarrful In.pttllon and criticism of OUR ADVERTISING COLUMNS. Blaaka ftr AlnnlilH [r«ral.Wrd frit. THE GOLD TTTT.Ti news, FIRST-CLASS DAILY PAPER, I* Ibornafblr Idcnlllrd with lb* bnt In l*r»u or to* MMffiMljl i !«#«•• or Um PrTK lk* MINKII. or lb* MKC/IANIC, to Ik* NH> CHANT or Ik* BANKKK. II ct*M Um LATKMT NKWB. Kkrnphlc and oUierwlM torn *11 part* of t£T World, and EVERYBODY READS IT. OUR Weekly Mining Summary rnhll*b*d rrrry Tbur»d*jr In lk« Haw*. t* cartfullj prfparrtl Iron IM «o»r ilTVIK TK' muMV, prlral* mmI otbrrwlw, on lh« ilir or pabllratloa, raiplojrlnt *n «bl» and rfllrlrnt carp* or rrportor*. II I* anlrrraallr raownlsMl u official, *iul lb* mo#! rouiiT ud ULUlil HI MKT of Ik* ruDdttton ol tb* tulnr* of llw Ora«TW> or " Wmoi" ncIIub. *• tiro sl»« lb* UU«l mining Inlbrwallun •biatakUo tn>m other jmru n7 Um country THE Gold IIIU Dally News I* d*lr*md by carrier* throughout <lold mil. Ylrglala CHjr, C*r*oa. fMI»*r City, Daytea, and condemn* locallllw. •ad I* *«Bt by aall to all p*rt» of lb* coanlpy aad lb* world. Mo on* I* tall/ poat*d, or ap 10 Um U»«* who do** not rrad tb* Ooui Uitx Daar alp. DOTtM, pi*prl*4*r aid P»bll«b*r MI80KLLANE018. VIR OINIA BOOT AND SHOE STORE BROWN & TASSEL. 401 Til IHTUKhT, uVIUUINIA city, Cm'lh dnvt. unim-, UKNT-M, MIMIW, no TIT. mm<t rmuiuri BOOT8 AND 8HOE8 or all Orarrlwlaaa ■«< Pi Iff*. A full MMrtmriit cf BENKERT'8 BOOTS! Cork-Soled iioots on Hand, And made In onlrr la Iret-rUu aijla. OI'll STOCK IK FlHUT-CLAM IN KVKKY department Ilarlnir f». 11hiin pnnrhaM illrrt i from maniilai tmn.. w ara rnrMrtl iu olfrr 1ba *rrj l*«t and mint fi.MimiMr al pncr* AH LOW aa can ba purrUard untba Paclflr final. A full a»Mirln ml of I KATtTER and FIND INliH. All klnu> uf (Snoda madatu ardfr. Hi lalrlnc neatly dimr. and allh dlapatrh. HMoni * TMKM.I. )r» Im w.Kiih v atiaat. Virginia. WOODRUFF'S BOOT AND SHOE STOBE, MAIN STREET.COLD HILL. (Op|M)«lla llir N«*aufllra). TAADIW, UKSTh" MIMICS' AND CUIL j DHKN'M BOOTH, SHOES, GAITERS, ETO, Of rrrrf virlrljr, and ■ Urj« Hack to t«l«ct frinn. Prtrn 10 |«r rrnl. Iwlnar Vlrjjlnlt rftlM. Trad* al llaai* aad Mm HaiOi H. E. WOODRUFF. to" »■ BOOTS AND 8H0E8 FOR EVERYBODY I J. A. WINTERBADER'S, Opp. Ill* »llpa# Nlabia*, mix NritEKT HOLD HILL, ai lit* veuv lowest mi'itm rpilKHK !« NO V*K Of CiOlNO i »llp»liod when ran evt any thing )o«i fttfd In tha Bool and Who*1 I in#. He keefio cniiPitnur MM ■ nili vnfpty wi Barkliik'tiaiii IUm»i» and iihIiIki allriida to CiiPtom Work. locliullntr m*mi fort ■ ring to order aimI lUpalrlnjf. Try him. Jail m THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK. Notice to Policy Owners ..•.in mi ... STATU 0F_ NEVADA. ON AND AHTMI AUIIUBT I, 1*TC. UNTIL further notice. Mr. A.J. HALKTON «n<1 Mr 0. W. IIA7.KI.TOX. of Tlrglnlt, will altnid tn the collerdloii of premium. fur the following point., til: TIMIXU. DAYTON. WOLD 1111.1. CARMX. Ml I. V KM CITY, WANIIOK, KJICIKK. KKNO. Premium, da. In other p»rt. «r Nrwli r.n he mill lu Affrnt. of U'KLLM. PAIKIO 4 CO., unliKLIVKHYorihcCUMI'ANY'M KBCBIPT. PTM.J. IIBM.IY.4I) Mouth 11 .Inct, Vlr rial*. I. * "1 ul> .in i.iitirr.i >).i. I.I Ac.nl for lb* ItUI* of XetuU lor the ft mp«i .. lo whom nil application. for In.umnrr.Uuuipauj'.clrcailr., rlr. in.) beiuaile n.n Kiaudwu, July U, IMS. anllm General Ar S Xur GOLD HILL MARKET. (MBIT DOOR TO NEWS OPPICB.) 4 T Till* 31AHKBT, /I r«a tlwtji bt found the thok»l V«Af Oaranliulrt>«taf Mltrird tmm tbrbMiCal t>« Ru'lin in NrruU aud Call torn 1«, ui •Intra lirdllh?. PHIVATR VaMILIU AND HOTOL* will .ad II in ibrlr adranta<« In pcirnnlu Ibla M«rk. I. « h.tr tbrf •III >l«*7> ba •appllrl with lb« brat uraii Uw coaatrj cm afford. ~RKXDKRKD TALLOW, for Bill aadarialaf parpoara.coaaUallj na baad. Jail L. T f » BURLEIGH ROCK DRILLS AIR COMPRESSORS A RB TUB ONLY DRII.L1NO MACHINERY , » that ha. ntl (inn. toy •urrmfal Tunal •ork la Am. rlra. Th*y in twin* awl upon tha largaat tnnarU and mining optnllont on Iba Gomonck l.ndx, and al«. la Piarar, Marl pma and Nevada muutlM California. Ha Dipt, maihlarrr can h» mn and farlb.r Information eW.n by applying to PARKE A LACY, Ma. I.KIDKMPOKFK NTRBKT, Nat Kraarl.rOt Hole Acnila for all fllalM and T.rrllorlra Wfat Jyt If of llnfkjr Mountain.. I. A.rraBiLL. can, cnauita UNION IKON WORKS VIRGINIA CITY, Oa IIm DI*Ur. TYRRELL* A CUMMINCS, SOUNDER*. MACHIN1HTH. U KNKRAL Enrtnerr>.Draajrht.a>rnand Manafariai<v. juaria will and allnlnr Marbtaarr of all dr. acrlptlona. All ord.r. Iliad with proaiplam anddlrpatrh.and alth. Luwrat Ratea. iritif 1800. 1074. PIONEER LAUNDRY NORTH OF VIRGINIA. j, w.st u, \v. ii a i.i.. runrRiKTORM. •raw Uandrr la praparad ta taralmt aar qaaattlj of RaaoraM and Claan Ui wllhnat V«inif damarad by maalpalallai ar br .h.aileal application. Fackwaa paactaaJl? eallad for aad rata mad Offlc-International Iloial and WaUaca'a Knilt Htora. IM Knaib C atrr»t, VlnlaU; aad Vaarr Hoaar. Uoid Illll. aallf J. F. 4c H. W. IIAI.i,. MRS. LOU FINCH, ....rai riLuairn..,, CI.AIK VOYANT. OPTICIAN. MIYM. CIAN AND ACK1HT, NOW HTOPPINfl AT VIROIHIA CTTT. will rl.lt HOLD HILL, ' WKUXEHDAY* AND MATUMDAYN. t!nlll hirtb.r Boilrr. Kba will ha at tba MAY NARII HOltHB batwaan Iba hoaraof l"!,. andlra.to racalta thnaa da.lrno> nf r«i •alllua brr. jj, |Ba