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THE EVENING NEWS.
ALT. DOTIMi i I Uliw ■>< Fr*»rlet*r.
Q0L9 DLL. i MOJDAT. AD008T10. 1«74
*OTIADLY CJOVKUMiD.
While both the Call and CkrtmicU of
San Franciaco in tiring with Mch
other in depicting in general terms the
■ad state of the populace this title of
the Sierra, bewailing the condition of a
people eo wnfully misgoverned u SV
v*dans, our citiiciu eit calmly down and
ridicule the vaporous and vapid ernan
ationa of the brainleaa idiota who "ran"
thoee stupid ihceU. At we hare noted,
theee picture* of oar pitiable etate, are
drawn in general language. No epecial
wronga are noted, and no companion i*
instituted between the government of
Nevada and that of California. Prob
ably the abanrd statements of theae pa
per* aro credited by *ome of the mi»
gu vented citizen* of California.
Doubtle** the hoodluiu rlcmeut.
which import* itielf in *w*rm»
from San Francisco into this
Stat*, mislad by the** atrocious
fabrication*, come* to Nevada l<> tlnd u
paradi** for rillainy. But contrary to
the teachings of the journal* we have
mentioned, fln>l* it that hero law i*
administered and vagrant* set at work,
that our people re*|>*ct themselves and
•nforc* both order and obedience.
Nevada may have been during
the past four years sadly misgov
erned. but if *o, her people hav*
not found it out. Thero i* an or
gau in Virginia City, an egotistical ahcet
owned and controlled by a man with a
inauomania. ami—a hole in the ground,
which day by day chime* in with the
luminou* ]>ap*rs we have named in
abuaing Nevada and her people, discred
iting her butiness man nud slandering
her laborera by aosumiug them to Iw
urfi ami (ools. Hut lilt* iU rival* in
malicious lying. >U influence it uega
tiw, or rather non-existent. All think
ing men are well aware whence emanate
the falsities it daily a|M>ata into the
la|« of ita grotuiUu* »ubscribere.
Tha fact ia,that to-day in all th« Amer
ican Union there ia no U-tter governed
Statu thau mneh abueed Nevada. There
ia not ao prosperous a commonwealth in
tha Xiaerwun ltepublic; not a commu
nity existe upon tha faco of Qod'a crea
tion, of e<|iuU nuuilwrs. »litre ao littla
want and Buffering from poverty axiat;
not a locality iu all the world can h«
fonnd «htr» an in<lo|>eudeuco eau be
half do toon secured by thrifty, atea<ly
laboring men aa In thia slandered State.
In thu whult States of thia lUpublic net
one ran be fotiad whose bon<U art worth
ao large a premium, whose credit stauds
on butler fouling, whoa* officers are (let
ter man, whose children are moro care
fully provided for, where order ia con
served and law* moro rigoroutly en
forcwl than in thia Stats to-day.
True, we have bail men; with
these all communitire are curaed.
We have thieves and criminal*, rowdiea
and robbora—even murderers aonietimea
immigrate into thia State. We have
alao loud-uouthtd politiciana and brawl
ing demagogues, political ami business
swindlers. Labor reformers who ucver
work, and political reformers who d<>
nothing but " beat" and vote. We have
all these. Like troublesome insects
they annoy the people fur a time, but
Anally fall upon and destroy each other.
Ws have thundera and lightuings and
tempesta and cloud-bursts; snakes.jack
oaa rabbits, akunka and -Sutio. llut
other States have all these, except tho
latter. Ouly in this affliction are we
worse than they, llaniu li•* will cliug
to ships and wire worms bore holes in
their bottoms. Thea they must be dry
docked and repaired. Thia Fall this
will be done, and Sutro and hie crowd of
minor barnacles, be scraped off the bot
tom of our Ship of State. The Cud
and Chrmittr need only pstience to wait
and common sen** to understand the
traueformation. Meanwhile let ue re
peat—Nevada ia not badly governed.
A TKIVMI. MImTAKI
As an illustration of the trivial mis
takes which high-minded uud honorable
men will occasionally make, til" Chicago
I'ott aaj JJail gives particnlara of an in
cident which recently hnpponed in Kan
tat. and to which tb* people of that
Slate make casual allusion. A man liv
ing iu Ihs neighborhood of Parsons was
auspected of horse-stealiug, the moat
flagrant offense known to a Kauaaa
commouiiy. Filled with righteous in
dignation at tbia affront to the sacred
causa of joatice, a select company of cit
izens sought hi* r**id«nce, called out
the supposed thief, and, in the course
of conversation, gently lifted him np
toward the limb of a convenient Im, by
mean* of a rope, gav* him an am pi*
supply of ammunition by th* judicious
distribution of two dozen bullets in dif
ferent parts of his clothing, and retired
to thrir virtu"U* onnehea. This would
not hav* I-ecu worthy of mention but
for a discovery which was accidentally
mail* th* n*xt day. The jury which
compUtad thi* job so elegantly nre
slightly vexed at the thought that their
night's labor waa in vain, for the horse
thief is still alive, Ilut the man who
lived next door to Kim will never 1h> holi
est or ateal horses again.
It appears that our worthy frioud ami
scientist, W. Frank Stewart of th* Vir
ginia CluvmicU, ia to have a rival brforo
the Democratic Stat* Convention for
Domination to th* office of Stat* Mine
ralogist. The Eureka Stnliiirl of August
Htb announce* that Mr. John A. l'ortar,
of Eureka, will contest the honor of
this nomination with Mr. Stewart. We
don't care how many candidate* the
Democrats have, nor how bitterly they
mako tbe contest for th* nomination.
Oar only solicitude is about the proha
ble termination of tbe Sralutri mania
for announcing candidate*. It is really
pelting serious. Bests the Neva.la Tri
bune. The " Great East" doesn't seem
(thi* i» parenthetical) at all baahful in
aaaerting claims for office this year.
ArocsT Bn.Mo.vr, tbe American agent
of the Bothschilda, and for year* Chair
man of the National Democratic Com
mittee, arrived in San Francisco last
Saturday evening. This is hi* first visit
to California.
WILL RKTLBX TO ru (WflUDRi
It eeem* that the Mormon difficulties
are to be renewed in th« next Congress.
Cannon. the polygamoua Delegate from
Utah, haa b«n rs-slected in the (ace o(
the lav which provides that no polyga
mut shall take hia aeat in Congress.
Thia fault, tars a Washington diapatch,
can be clearly laid at the door* of the
House Committee on Elections, of
which Congressman Smith of New York
la Chairman. It ia believed that had
the committee adopted the Haxleton res
olution, providing for Cannon's expul
sion, the House of Bspreasntativea, in
fluenced bjr public opinion, would havs
paaasd it. The vote in the committee
was evenly divided on the subject, or
rather, the committee refused to rejwrt
a resolution providing for Mr. Cannon's
•xpulaioa. and aleo refuted to adopt one
aakiug to be discharged from the further
cjuaideration of hi* ca»e. It was doubt
less the intentiou to intimidate Mor
mons through the bill reorganizing their
courts, and members of the House pre
sumed that, inaamuch as they liatl thus
far reprimanded the Mormons, that they
would not again attempt to aend to Con
gress a declared and actual polygamist.
It waa suggested thst if Mr. Csnnon
was allowed to retain hii seat until the
expiration of hia term of service, the
next delegate from L'tah would at all
events be neutral. The result is just
the reverse. Cannon haa been returned,
and the solution of thia Mormon prol>
lcm will again vex the members of the
present Congress, who thought they had
disposed of it aaliafactorily.
FOOT KAClMi.
Pioche M bound lo keep up nmt ex
citement. Sim# the failure (tem|*>rary
let ua hope) of her milling interests,
and the conaequent emigration of a
large portion of har floating population,
her usual amusements, na " fights, rob
beriee. murders, dead man for break
fast," ate., hsve been eechcwed. Nheia
now on Ilia peaceful baaia of muacular
rivalry, ami anxious to "abow her agil
ity." In proof of which witneaa tba
following which we clip from tha lUeorJ
of August 5th:
Racing ia now tha rag*. Pioche
loaaU uot only h»raea that are flyers,
tint among her citizens, haa aoma folks
that are aoma on the run themselves; aa
an example, we are authorized to an
uounce that W. W. Iliahop, Esq., tho
well known anil genial lawyer of the
town, will bet $1,000 that hia brother
T. A. Itiihop ran beat any man in the
State of Nevada in a three-mile race.
Mr. Iliahop will alxo bet 92,MN) to 91,
.vxi that T. K. Bishop can l>«at any man
in the State in a ten-iuile race. The
race to be run on the l'ioche Courae.
For those who pride themaelvee on their
(peed, here ia a chance to win some
money and gain some diatinction.
There must be tome good runucni in
Virginia—among the policemen, at
leaat and the challeL^o should lw ac
cepted.
TIIM^ANHVKIW CUHUT&
The Carson Tribvm of Saturday, jieya
ita reapecta to Mr. Sutro in a scything
editorial, which, did apace permit.ahould
lie reproduced in our rolnmna. Ita ed
itor evidently appreciate* the statua of
the lobbying tunnel bore. Following in
a portion of the urticle referred to:
We have always supposed that Mr.
Sutro'a candidacy for tho I'nited States
Seuate waa a mere burlesque, but yca
terday we ascertained that he (Sutro) ia
a bona fide candidate for Senatorial hon
or*. Of all the impudence we ever
heard of this ia the venr sublimity of
check, and how aeuaiiilu men dare
stand before the people of free America
and advocate the claima of such a man,
we are at a loaa to oonceive. We met
yesterday, an honorable gentleman who
ie connected with the management of
the Virginia lmlrpn«lrnl, and in a jocular
way inquired if he was really in earnest
in advocating the claims of Mr. Sutro.
To our aatonishiaent and chagrin ho an
swered in the affirmative. And this
Sutro is the man who dares to come be
fore American people and talk of oppo
sition to monopoliee! We aay, without
any fear of successful contradiction.that
admitting Mr. Sharou to 1» the mou
opnliat and eitortioniet his enemies
claim him to be-admitting the "Hank
Ring" to be the cauae of all the misery
that the workiug rlaaa of Storey county
ia subject to this man Sutro with hia
tunnel echeute ia ten thousand times a
worse monopolist than ever the I'nited
States produced.
A uKrrLKXA* wbo went to the front tn
the graa*hop|>er region of Minncaota,
givee a gloriou* account of bow tbey
forage in tbrir march to the aea. Hp
ut tn army <>( graMhopperi riae, aa a
cloud, until tlia air wu black with tham.
They alighted on a »'Venteen acre field
of corn, mill ao numeruualy did they
awanu upon tha leavra anil *talk* that
they were bent to tha ground. It took
them but twenty minute* to atrip the
field of everything green. Ha aaya they
are going rapidly aouth, into Iowa,
where they willdepoait their egg*; which
iloea not look very encouraging forcropa
in that State next Summer.
Nepotux IUtcdutid.—The Commie
•iontr of Internal Revenue ha* i**ued
the following circular: " The attention
of tbia office having been called to the
fact that in aomc inatancea it haa lieen
the practice of auperviaors and collector*
to employ ami pay aa clerka their wivea
and minor children, thereby virtually in
creaaing their own compeuaation to on
amount greater than that provided by
law, therefore the officer* above men
tioned are hereby notified that from and
after Augu*t lit the practice referred to
will not be |H>rmitted by thiw Depart
ment."
Wins General O. (I. Howard left
Waahington City for l'ortland, Oregon,
to take command of the Department of
the Columbia, the Young Mena' Cbria
tian Aaaociation gave him a banquet.
It ia. any* a diapatch, a notable fact that
not a high officer of the army attended,
although numerou* invitation* were aent
to them. General Howard will, it ia
alleged, *eek Congretaional relief to
make good the alleged diacrepanciea in
hi* I'reedmena' llurrau account*.
Have (tocka touched bottom? We
ore impelled to make thi« inquiry by
noting tko abaence in Sunday'a CuO of
ita uaual "bearing" article.
Wm. Shakos drew a check for (500 in
aid of the Eureka aufferent. Where ia
Sutiof— Btlmoni Courier.
Ir a bird in the hood ia worth two in
the buob, it ia ao l«*a true that a thorn
in the buah ia worth two ia the hand. ;
Earcka llcai.
IFimi the Seatlm:. Audits.]
Th» injnriet aoitained I./ II. P. Clay
pole, the UaimUr who ni Ucknl by a
mole at Cardan Valley atation, on Tuea
day.it ia now thought will reanlt fatally.
The injuria* are on the bead, the heavy
iron ahoe of the mule piercing the fron
tal bone of tba akull near the left tem
ple, driving a portion of the aama into
the train. Since the accident the un
fortunate man baa lain in an uncon
rcioua atate from which the phyaician
think* be will not recover. Clay|>olo ia
well known throughout thia aection, and
baa, for a»me time l*ck, boeu in the
employ of W. L. I'ritchanl.
County Phyaician lteeoe inform* ua
that the caae of amall pox at the |>e«t
houae ia a bail one. tba diaeaae having
broken out in a moat uialiguant type.
The patient, John Caaaidy, ia a man of
atrong conatitution and it ia thought ha
will aurvive the attack. The other
nue, that of Jobu l'aacoe, who waa
aimilarly attacked, and whoae life, at
one time, w iia despaired of, ia now more
favorable. lie ia now alowly recovering
and hi* phyaician thinka if tbo preaent
favorable aymptoina continue, he will
aion recover. He ia afflicted with aph
onia, or loaa of voice, cauaed by the dia
eaae, and it will be >01110 time before be
will again fully recover liia |>ower of
apeech.
One of the applieanta for citixenahip
ycaterdav eauaed eonaiderable merri
ment by the earucatue** in which ho
akowed hia ilialike for the Mother
Country. After uuawering tbo necea
aary ipieationa in audi caaea pro|>ouuded.
the oath wna ndininialereil, at the con
cliiai .11 of which bo re|M'ated: "80
help me, (iod, air; eajiecially ogainat
Qiieeu Victoria, you het yer life!"
lly Pritcbard'a teania to l'aliaaile, yea
tenliiy. the Kichmoud Company ahip|>e<l
40,(K*t and the llooaac 'JO,000 |»nin>la of
bullion.
Belmont Item*.
______
[From the Conner, inc. B1
From M. Sail Pedro, Su|*riut«udeut
of the Barcelona Mining Company, the
claims of which arc located in the Span
ish lUlt range, we leani the following:
Iu Barcelona No. 1 an incline nhaft t*
down a depth of 75 feet, work on which
is progressing night anil day. The
character of the ore resembles that now
extracted from the lower level* of the
Jefferson mines, Mack nulphuret in
white quartz. It aluo steadily improve*
in richuess aa depth is made. An assay
waa made l>y (Jeo. Nicholl, a day or two
ainco, which gave .Viper ton. For
the last 30 or 40 feet run in the shaft
the hanging wall has been lust aight of,
the vein hating increased beyond tin
width of a G-foot ahaft. At a depth of
t«3 feet a cross-cut will l>e run when the
width of ledge will be ascertained. Kor
sowo time pant the ledgo ha* becti hanl,
bat it it now unch eofter and more rap
id progress i« l>eing mads. Altogether,
thu prospects arc flattering for the own
era of tha mine.
Fol'owing were the bulliou ahipmenta
from Belmont, by Well*. Fargo A" Co.,
for the month of Jqly: F.I Dorado South
Co., $U,4I>N --; Monitor Belmont Mill
t'o., *11,OK. :«♦»; Monitor Belmont
Mining Co., #l,;t07 11*2. Totul, -
7!>1 (13,
So far there appears to Imi but one in
dividual willing to sacrifice himself a* a
aervaut to the commonwealth of Nye at
the coniiug election and that i* John
L. ()l>etiderf. Can unch thing* Ik>, that
the respective office* of the county aro
worlldeaa ?
Reno Items.
[From the .Journal, AucuM 9. j
It it re]H.rti-<l tliut heavy fro*!* have
pn vailed iu \Ya*hoe Valley every night
ho fur during thin month, killing the
melon*, pumpkin*, tomatoes ami liko
vegetable* outright. The potato* crop
will lie about one-half what it should
be. The corn has not been injured
much. The loss will lie keenly felt by
the ranchers.
There are over one hundred China
men at work in the wood* about Verdi
and Crystal 1'eak, most of them engaged
in cutting wood. Thcjr generally buy
atnmpage and nit forthem*nlves. They
own two teams which they keep con
stantly hanlingwood to tho railroad track
Viwt quantities of new hay is now
being hauled up to Virginia City
from Him Trucke* Meadow*. Our
ranchsn get $21 a ton for It.
[From the Crescent, Atfatt» )
A squaw fight occurred in town ten
terday in which one of tha belligerents
got badly carved up. and is now in the
Hospital. Two others, supposed to
have doao the work, are lodged iu the
County Jail. Whisky furnished bv
hoodlums was. we presume, the found
ation of the quarrel.
Mayor ltrowu. of St. Louis, arrived
in Iteiio yesterday morning, ami iuime
diatelv started for Peavinc. It la to be
hoped he has com* to push work ahead
on the Poe and I'aytnaatar. ,
Reno River Items.
(Krvm the lUtrlll*, Auxw«t 3 ]
Our exchange fiend «nya ho likea to
read all th« publiahed accounts of the
lleecher-Tilton scandal because tbay re
mind him ao forcibly of the editorial* of
tha ('anion Trihunr. lie aaya he can
make aa much out of one aa the other.
The question for ilebate at th<> lnat
rueeuug of tha Suorac Lying Club was,
" Which ia the greater bore, Hutro or
lha Ueecher-Tilton business? It waa
Anally decided that Sutro ia a bore, but
Itecchcr ia borer.
The weather haa l>eeu warmer to-day
than for aome daya past. The tlier
laometcr in front of the ItrunlU office
[in the shad*), at U r. X., atood at 83
levees.
How a Kidnapper waa Detected.
Abont forty years ago, a kidnapping
■a*e occurred in England which waa
rery like the present Philadelphia affair.
I child waa uulncted and ita fntlier no.
illed that it could be ransomed for
MM). The afflicted parent returned word
hat he did not posaess £K,(KN), and the
■obben answered him by aaymg that he
lad rich frienda, and muni raiae tho
nouey demaudod, or the child would lie
liattgured for life. So great waa the ex
ritement that a fund waa started to aid
ihf man. Oue gruUeuian, however. en
tertained a xiupu ion that it vm not all
right. It ia a wall known fact that the
liauk of Kngland never reisanea ita
notea. Tha gentleman, going to the
I wink, procured Home new notra, audde
kirrd the officiate to take their number
ind to notify him when the notea were
returned, and. if |<o*sible, to aacertain
from whom they were received. A abort
time after theae note* had been given to
the father of the child, the gentleman
had notice from the I wink that the notea
lad come in. Ue found that tha notea
lad been aent in by a bank in the North
>f England, and he immediately aturted
'or that locality. There be learned that
;he money waa deposited by a pereon
ivho had opened au account. The gen
leman and the bank clerk returned to
L>ondou, and word waa aent to the father
hat • doe to the kidnapper* had been
outid, and requesting him to meet them
it a apecified place. Immediately upon
lis coming into the room the clerk ex
claimed, " Why. that ia the man who
>pened the account." The man waa
irreated and tried. During the trial it
nuiwpired that be had concealed hia own i
hild for the purpoae of raiaing money.
I sentence to penal aenritude was his (
'•ward.
A Wonderful Oil Well.
The Tituavilla (Pa.) Ilmihl thai de
scribes • wonderful oil woll that his ja»t
been opened:
" The road leading to the Pftrkar well
from I'etrolift ii in moderately good con
dition, and aoon after leaving Central
Point the traveler observes the word*
•no smoking permitted here' in con
•picnoua places. After about two and a
half mile*' ride the top of a hill ii
reached, where a loud, roariug noise 1*
distinctly heard, and eighty rods further
on briugs ui in aight of the well. A
dense fog or mist envelopes the derrick,
engine-house and tauka, while fully one
thousand person* are then gazing on
tho woudcr of Armstrong comity. The
derrick haa conipicuoualy placed under
it, in large letters—' llos« Well' and
' Creswell City.' There arc two 250
liarrel tanka full of oil; nlao two, 1,200
barrel tauka. one of which ia full. Three
damn, ono below tho other, cateh the
drippings; and the rivulet beyond, we
are told, for teu rnilea of a circuitoui
route to the -Alleghany rirer, ia covered
with oil. There are two 2-inch pi|>ea
connected with the well, oue of which ia
ahut completely off, and out of the other
tlow* a steady stream of oil with im
mense force. There ia uo perceptible
iutcrmiasion in the dow, aud on it gush
es into oue of the 1,200 barrel tanka the
foam and sprny envelop tho whole sur
rounding atmosiihero in a dense mist.
•'A trustworthy ganger informed us
that he had gauge<l the well three times
since the atream wait turned into the
1,200 barrel tank, and he found it doing
1,750 barrels, and he estimated the leak
age to Ih< at leaat fifty barrels a day. Ho
further stated that, ill his opinion, the
well started off out of th* 2-inch pipes
at the rato of 2,500 barrels ]>erday. ITo
also claimed that, although this was al
most incredible, he believed that if the
full atream waa turned on now it would
it would d<> at least 2,000 barrels. The
well ia claimed to b« tho largest ever
struck in the lower region. A fanner
walked up to us and offered to sell his
adjoining farm ot 100 acres for $100,
(MIO, which ten dsys ago. for farming
purposes, would not have brought $1,
000. The surveyors are at work laying
out Creswell City.
''The l'arker well stands 2!V miles
duo east of tho moat eastern well on tho
fourth sand developmeut, and alxuit 2',
miles eust of Pstrolia. Tho uumlicr of
wells drilling on the licit east of the
most easterly well on the MoQarvey
farm ar* ais-—namely: two ou the Snow
farm, ono on tho Steel farm, the (lush
ford well, 1,000 feet deep; the Crawford
well, 300 feet deep, and tho Prentice
well, 1,450 feet deep. The latter is half
a mile due west of the Parker well."
Beats the Toredo.
One of the leading ilelmtiugaocietieH of
San Francisco, we aro informed by an
exchange, hui liait under dilution the
problem, "which ia Ibo grcstcHt liore,
Sutro or the tomlo?" It attended
Sutro'a lecture the other day ami haa
aince concluded that he roubl give the
toredo nixtv pointa in the game aud then
"|*g out1' on him. Wo beg to differ
with that society. If it don't lielieve it,
why junt let it take n toredo to Sutro'*
lecture, uml if it don't " |x g out " aud
Iwcotne a tit mibject for thu tioue-yard
ln-fore he ia done, we will cry quits.
Therein no danger of Sutro " kicking
the bucket;" but he cau outlioro any
thing. If you Hbotild net him to boring
agaiimt a toredo, when they get through
Sutro would have laired a hole in him,
crawled into it, aud pulled thu hole in
after him.—KUm hulri>milrtit.
lis Kxkw! The other ihiy Dovetail
hail a vulgar |>arvenn down on • viiit,
au odious little aiiob, with the purse of
n Cm-ana and the manner* of a billiard
marker, aud lie took bim over hii choice
■•election* of picture*, pointing out the
a|H-t-ial lieiiutii-M aud dwelling with guito
on the uumlxr of guineaa they had coit
him, and the little parvenu nodded and
grinned, aud said " Ah " and " Yea "
now and then, na if he underatood it all.
At laat they cam* to the aculptum gal
lery. Stopping opjioaite a tine copy of
the Greek Slave, Dovetail aaid, "There,
that'a an old friend. Of count* yon
know that." Our little anob put np hia
eye-glase, looked puuled for a lilomeut
or two, im he gazed with the critical eye
of a couuoiaaeur at the iinilrapcd figure;
then it Howl of light auddvuly burnt up
on him, and with n cttrioua amile he
turned to Dovetail and (aid, "Oh, ah,
yei, of course, Mrs. Dovetail!" I draw
u vail over the rent; poor Dovetail'* feel,
iug* are too sacred to be held up to pub
lic view.
Tiik Tichborne will anit has Wieu
stricken from tho lint in the Conrt of
l'robato.
Mnrrinuva.
ItlCKMAN—HYDKI1-In Tlrglala, Aajiut 6.
h» I(«y. Father Mnnnfua, K. Dlckman to
Ml" Marjr .loa.phlna Hjrdar.
lllrt tlx.
HAItNKS-ln Wlnnanurra, Julr M, to the wife
of II«r Rimta, a aon.
Urittha.
BENNETTS—In Hold IIIII. Auffnal 10. Aenf.,
lafiBl daufhtrr of Jamaa and Mar/ Ann ll«r.
natta, a.-arij month* ami 13 day..
NUW TO-DAY.
PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE.
JOHN I'IPKIt ntOPRIKTOR
A. U HILLINGS HUff Manager
I'OI A LIMITED BEANO*.
Tbo popular j ounc attor,
MR. 8E0R6E 0. CHAPLIN.
Wknar repertoire rmhracoa both the
LKGITIMATK AND SKSSAT10XAL,
OP TUB IUUUE8T OltDEIt.
MONDAY EVR5IIXU. Al«i. IO, 1*74,
TcnnjtoD1* beautiful five act pUj,
ENOCH ARDEN.
ENCX/ll ARDEN MR. CHAP1.IN.
I'rodactd with new errnerT and mafhaa
Ical aff«cla.
After which the acFraming fhrre entitled
THE AREA BELLE.
PRICE* OP ADMISSION:
>rr»a Circle and Orckeatra Chalra II on
•anjortte M
Waate Boxra I on
Hoi aheet now opaa. OfSco «j« n from 10
ua.lol r. a. aul
DR. F. H. PACKER,
Homeopathic Physician!
....AID....
SURGEON,
LATE OP NEW YORK.
>fflce No M Booth C atreet,
VIROINU CITY.
SPECIAL ATTENTION" OIVEN TO DI8- I
' raata of women ana Children- an 10 la
Touchlag Lament.
Th# following touching lament tor •
deceased wife, from a disconsolate edi
tor of a Miseouri paper, appeara is the
columns of that paper ;
Thua ddt wife died. No more will
those loving hands pull off my boots
and part my neck hair aa only a wife
can. Nor will thoae willing feet replen
iah the coal hod or water pail. No
more will ahe arise amid the tempestu
ous storms of Winter and hie away to
the Are without disturbing the slumbers
of the man who doted on her so art
leealy. Her memory Is embalmed with
ia my heart of hearts. I wanted to em
balm her body, but found I could em
balm her memory cheaper. I procured
of Eli Mudgett, a neighbor of mine, a
very pretty graveetone. Ilia wife was
consumptive, and he kept it on hand
several years in anticipation of her
death, lint she rallied last Spring, and
his hopes were blasted. Never shall I
forget the poor man's grief when I
iwkedhim to pert with it. "Take it,
bl.-lnner," he hoarsely whispered, " and
may you never know what it is to have
your aoul disappointed as mine has
been;" and ha burst into a flood of tears.
His spirit waa, Indeed, utterly broken,
r had the following epitaph engraved
upon tho tombstone: " To the memory
of Tabitha, wife of Moses Skinner,Esq.,
gentlemanly editor of the Trombont.
Terms, three dollars a year, invariably
iu advance. A kiud mother and ei
emplary wife. Office over Coleinau'a
grocery, up two flights of stairs. Knock
hard. We shall miss thee, mother; wo
shall miss thoe. Job printing. Job
printing solicited." Thus, like ltachel
weeping for her children, did my lacer
ated spirit cry out in agony. But one
ray of light [teuetratcd the despair of
my aoul. Tho undertaker took hia pay
in job printing, and the aexton owod me
a littlo account I should not have gotten
any other way. Why ahould wo pine at
the mysterious ways of I'rovidenco and
vicinity (not a conundrum)?
A Norwich, Conn., hurao jumped
through a window 3H by ItO inche*.
Drnryri hai utilized the renter of
her race four*) u a cemetery.
\KH TO-DAY.
LOST!
ON BATt'ItDAY EVENING I.AST. UK
I ween thr (told lltll Depot and the Carson
Brewery, the mouthpiece or a brass muslral
Instrument (the tuber.) The finder will be
■ultalily rewarded apoo returning the tarns
either to tbU offlce or the (Jirmn Brewery.
aulilw* It ClIKQWJDDKN.
UNION SALOON
(Next door tu Krankel's Grocery Store)
MAIN STREET > : : COLD HILL.
JOSEPH COXSIDIXE, Propr.
•J'lIK CHOICEST
Hint-*, Liquor*,
Ale* ami Porter,
Tin: M>T IIKANl>M or< t«JAIM. rtr
Ilarlng purchased and refilled the above fine
Saloon In elegant style. I am uow prepared to
Ktre my friend* as good entertainment as any
•aloon In town. The patronage of the public
Is respectfully solicit*!.
aulOlm JOMCI'll ( OXNIDINi;
Proprietor.
r> « OALI.ATIN. I . I). roLSOH.
D. S. QALLATIN & CO.
Nnffnmn to O. T. Itnrtx-r A Co.,
MAIN NTKKKT, 4iOI.lt lilt.I.. NKV.
....DUUU IN....
H A R D W AR E
Of Knri DfirrlillMi
MILL AND MINING SUPPLIES
(Stoves, Tin Ware,J
-ATO
HOU8E FURNISHING OOOD8
TIM. COPPER' AND SHEETIR8N WORK
rn o
iu 101
IM1NH TO OKDKK.
ltf
P A I NT I N C!
H. M. JEWETT,
MAIN HTKKKT> flOI.D llll.l,,
House, Sign and Carriage
PAINTER,
Graining,Paper Hanging,<fcc
A GOOD MTOCK OP
WALL PAPER
COMtTANTLT ON HAND
talO-tl
FREIGHT DELIVERY!
COLD HILL.
tlAVWO MAUI Kl'LL A RRANOEKKNT8
11 for th« Haraptlon tad Dallrenr of *11 kltdi
»f PRKIOIIT coining o»«r lb* ViKOINIA tad
rnrt-KKE railroad u> th«
OOLD HILL DIPOT,
Pron th» llghlMt PARCELS,
OOODS tad UKXERAL MERCHANDISE,
' ....T* TBI....
HEAVIEST MACHINERY,
BOILERS, ETC., ETC..
uii prcptr«d to tccommodtt* til who daalrt
jijt mttIcm In Ihtt III*, upon
KKAHONAHI.lt TKK.MH.
Ptrtlcn wl»hlne la rscalra tad dtllrar
heir frrlgbt wlllplrtM direct tblppara to mark
jltlalr—"Oir» TTo_i Ookl IIII1." -
an 10 tf THOMAS OALLAOIIER.
(Toi l) IIILL FOUNDRY,
LOWER OOLD HILL.
Caatlaaa la Irraaa^ Hrmaa.Taralaa aad
FlaUhla.«f lt»«7 VarW. Qaart.
t r»kla( I AatloatllM
Marklsvrr M«E«l»Or4tr.
• ll orders executed with die
patch, tl raaaooabk rtt».
(IKOIinR KHIItTT,
,U10 I JPraarWtar
a. mxyr. w.». uu».
HAI8T & LILIEN,
Civil Engineers and Snr-I
yeyore. 1
omen i
3aid Hlll-Otar Rlbaaa'a hlM,
talO U
DRY GOODS, KtC.
THK PlONfiEB
DRY GOOD8
STORE.
Established in 1861!
LATE8T FASHIONS
....AT....
FRANKENHKIfflERW !
FAMILY
DRV (iOODM STORE !
COLD HILL.
J DMT KRI'IITRD, A HII.IIOT
Stock of
DRE88 COOD8!
Thlt Department la npl.lt with elegant,
OOT.I Ud tperlal itjlt., and coaatltat.. tbt
■Do.lcompl.il UHirtBont «»tr offend In thlt
town.
HOU8EKEEPINC GOODS
llam.lej, Mcotch and Irt.h Dama.k;
Dama.k Table cloth, ud Napkin.
Tow.lt tod Towtlln»:
Linen and Cotton tibMllng. ud Hhlrtlnci
lllanki-tiud Uollta;
Colored ud wkltt Fltnnelt;
Table tnd Ptaoo Court;
Lac. Cnrtaln., Etc., Kit., Bit
At Greatly Reduced Prices!
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT
Ladlra'. CtitldMwV and Ornt.' lloal.ry of al;
•laaa and qnailllaa.
OIotm, Imm, Rmbroldary In a«U tad by tilt
yard; llandkrrcblafr,atc.,atc.
Will »*ll aa Cbrap far Pa.b aa aa,
aura la la* Niair !
anl If M. rKANKKNIIKI.il ICR.
EVERYBODY KNOWS
Dr> Goods Have Declined, |
• ••.BUT....
TO REALIZE ITS TRUTH
Yoi: MI'HT MKK AND PRICK
B. CALLAND'S
stock.
I'lVRRY HKANCII IS TIIR MNR OF I
j 8TAPI I*, md FANCY DftY liiMiPM li
crimmnl with the CHOICEST NOVKLT1K8. 1
Krnilf milil«* Dreaaea for I<i4ln nnd )
ChlNrdRi I'niUrwrnr «f nil draerlp
tlona Neweaf Mtflr «f llnta nnd
|I«m »•!•»•« CiirnaoU, Kiina,
l'<>«lrr)a I nrr«» One,
I'wo nnd Three
buitnnrd Kid
(Jlovra,
OF ALL HIIADB8 AND 11K8T MAKE. |
I'll %•*!!. '2.1 ymrdm fmr. 91 75
Ci(MII) < ON«KT«, n Mir fmr *3
And Kvrritlilns In Proportion.
•nj tf
SPECIAL NOTICE.
IIIAVKTIIIN DAY (MILD TIIR HTCN'K AND
immmI wttl In my Dry MihmN llu.liit'.., VI
HUl Til C STUKKT. la
a. vae.\iii:r(»,
lie alone Mng authorized In collect outitand
Mf Indehtediifea and receipt for the Mine.
Thanking my numerous customer* for the i>at
rona«r* heretofore In-Mowed. I re«pecifully
solic it a «mitlnuanct' of the aainc to my »uc
MiHf,
M ItKLNSTKIN.
Virginia, July 3, 1874.
RKKKKHINU TO TIIK ABoVR, I BKrt
l.KAVK to return thank* to the public
generally for klnrine»n fhown me during the
pa«t >» »r, aud ■ t.it«• that It I* my intention to
carry on a
FIRST-CLASS BUSINESS,
(Endeavoring by strict adherence to FAIR AND
IIONKMT DKALINO to gain the confidence of
the publicu It will Tm inv special aim tu alwavs
keep on band a full and complete stock of
cooda In my line, de«lrlng at all times to be
able to pleaiie the moat fa*tidlou«.
Having extensive ba*liio«s connections, af
fords me facilltte* for constantly receiving the I
LATKHT NOVKLTIKM In the market
Kefprctfully Millcltllig the public patronage,
refer to my motto,
•• ft in a 11 Profit* nil J Quick «alM.H
JyD 1 rn Jk. VAKNHKK(J._
VARIETY STORE.
ICNIC, MARKET. WALL AND WORK
BA9KET8,
PIC-TI KE IPUAMKS, KANI'Y CHOCK. I
KltYi I.AM IV, TOYM«
NTATIONKKV.
AND A OKNKItAI. AHHOKTMBNT OP
FANCY GOOL>«,
....AT....
Berliner'* Variety store,
MAIN NTUKKT. ISOI.D HILL.
(Opp. Odd Prllnwa' llall )
Cheater than lha ehaapr.t. Call and m for I
youwlf.
DTtt lm K. nCRLINKU.
P
JEWELER
...AND.. .
STATIONER.
rrtll UNDBIUIUNKO KEEPS CON
I «untljr on hud tUip Attort
■atst of '
COLD AND SILVER WATCHES.
Dffca*a4«f Vhtlai. I>Mln>
•Ink BalifBi, Vlagar
CUM Praa, Ilktrm, I.Mkfb,
Napkla Hini>, Milvrr Bala,
UpMIHln, etc., lit.
BLANK BOOKSlSTATIONERY
or ALL KINDB.
CLOCKS FROM fa BO TO *20
WATCnm. CLOCKS ted JKWKLRV IU
paired with Naatnaaa and Illapatrh. AH work
warranted.
AfJINT for all Ih* Karramrain and Kaa
Franelaeo DAILY AND WBKKLY PA PKKH.
All Ika Latnt Ea»t»rn Periodical# and Man
ila** ronatantlj "" h,n'' *1 low rrlcaa. It*.
lleered In any part of town.
8. W. CHUBBUCK,
poMTornrR. mold him..
____ JnH tl
1800. 1874.
PIONEER LAUNDRY
NORTH OP VIRGINIA.
J. r.*«. W. HAM., PKOPItlKTOKrt.
r reliable Laundry I* prepared to taia'oirt
»n j qaantltr of Renovated and Clean Utr j,
without Vtlng damarad bjr manipulation or
bj rbamleal application.
Paekaaeepunctually railed for and ratnraadj
Ofllcea—International llotal and Wallace'*
Pralt Store, in Sooth C alreet, Virginia; tad
VmctHoo**, Gold lllll.
anI ti J. r. * «. W. HALL.
i 0. CUN. E. L. IIAaTIK na
CRANE, HASTINGS & CO.,
Nacre*** r* I
GILE, HAYES * CO., <
lirOITlM AMD JOUIU III I
WINES AND LIQUORS,
•M and 111 frant ilnat.
lit ir '4kx ruicuco, cal.
MIKCKLUIfKOtH.
BOOT UD SHOE
STORE!'
BROWN & TASSEL,
HOITU C MTHKKT, 11 VIKUIMA CITY
OppoelM Smllh «lr<*».
ladies*. uurrv,
■ IMBr. BO TV, mm*
CIIILDBEX'I
BOOTS AND SHOES
or all Dnrrlitlm Il4 Prleea.
A full aaeortmrnt of
BBNKERT'8 BOOTS!
Cork-vSoIcd Boots on Hand,
And made In order In Ural* lua Itjl*.
/\UH STOCK 18 K1RNT-CLARH IX KVKKV
1/ department. Ilarlng facilities In pnrcliM
direct mini manalactiiren, we are rnebled t«
offer lb* »er} beet wd nioet fa.blonahle JfIMwlI
■I price* AH LOW u ran be pnrcha.ed on tb<
PaclBr Cowl.
A toll a.«>rlment of I.KATIIKit and FINI)
INliS. All kind* of Ooode made to order.
Repairing nrallr done, and wltb dl.Mlcb.
llKOWN A TA-WH.I..
Jy« Im Houth ■Ireet. Virginia.
WOODRUFF'S
BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
MAIN STREET,COLO HILL.
(Opposite the New* office).
r ▲ADIEU*. UKNTM' MISMK.H' AND CU1L
A DKKN H
BOOTS, SHOES,
GAITERS, ETC,
Of rirrjr rarlrtjr, trd a Urge itock tu «rloct
th>m.
Prlcr« |u prr rent. Mow Virginia rile*.
Trail* al Ham* and Ha«* U«af).
H. E. WOODRUFF.
JtlNim
BOOTS AND 8H0E8
FOR EVERYBODY 1
....AT. ..
J. A. WINTERBAUER'S,
Opp. the Krllpar Nlablra,
ia» NTKrrr <jui.d mix,
At the VKHT LOWK8T KKiUlKK!
Tiikuk i* no urns or iHiniB a.
• 11U<mI whin yon ran ct aoy-BBI
thlnj; you nerd In III* Boot *nd Hho*r ■!
|| Bf.
ll«* kcrpa constantly on hand a full tapply ni
Buckingham Root* and Hhoe*. and al#o atti'tidi
|o Custom Work. loflndlof maiiiifaclnrlviir tr
order and Ki*p«lrln» Tr> hlni Jull in
LAKE TAHOE!
JOHN W. McKINNEY'S;
9IICIAR PINE POINT.
Health! Pleasure I Recreation I
Tim ABOVI VKRT POI't'LAR UE80RT
l» n<iw thrown o;«Mi i<i the put'Mr i..r thr
•raxin II l> • ItaatiNt no I hi- WESTKIIN
HIIIIIIICOK Till: I.AKK. out 111 I If. I rum Tt
hoe I lly. iinltf Ihn uui«l
lltMMlt nn«l llMlilifal Nirmnllaii
Anil nr»r tb« IIUT K1MIINU (iROIMD*.
A Inr wharf ran* oat to d»*p water Is the
Lake, and plenty of boata in fiirnMird free for
the pleasure of the t«r»l", The HTKAIf KJ(8
loach at the wharf daily to land paaeenx*r«.
I'aatrncere from (lold lllll or Virginia ran go
by war of Trnrkee and fahne City, or Carwin
and (llenhrsok. taking the aieamcr arnn the
Uka.
uatvm of riuuiiiixi
fWnnl and lodflnc, per werk fin 00
Hoard and IndgliiK. per dajr v i»
Children from a la It jeara of »(.•>•, half price.
Invalid,. at well »» hualncea men. nr famlllee
aerklng nrreatlnu and plcature. will flu4 ihla
the trrj place.
JOHN W. McKI.NNKV,
•a»tf I'rnprlelar.
J. & J. B. HUI0V
NO. 41 SOUTH C STREET,
(Masl daar la Baak af CallCarala),
VIRGINIA, NEVADA.
Groceries and Provisions,
ENGLISH CROCKERY,
CHINA SETS OF EXTRA QUALITY
TABLE CUTLERY,
GLASSWARE,
KEEP ON HAND THE
CHOICEST WINES AND LIQUORS
IN TIIK MAKKKT,
FINE OLD COGNAC BRANDIES,
ciioinc BorunoN,
HCOTCII AND IKIHII
WHISKIES,
610 MRT AND SHERRY NINES,
3HAMPAGNES <fe OLAEETS.
(VAN their Wlneeand Llqaore are puaran
aed rnra tad Satiable tnt Medicinal Porpaeea.
I. * J. B. XALLOK,
««»Im Virginia. Xaiada.
IIOIIW HIB dALK.
Y LAROB DWELLING llorSK, CON- ng
alnlof nine roomi. It la a an oolWIng JUL
iiit In eieellest condition, iltoatcd on Iba hill
Ida oppoelte the Yellow Jacket work*.
For partieslara apply at the Orocery Store of |
RICHARD M1RCKR,
JjWlm Mala Stmt, UoldOUJ,
PHYSICIANS.
W. W. FETTEBMAN, M. D.,
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN,
8UROION AND ELITRICIAN.
SIUDIATK OF Till HAHNEMANN MKD
Iral Coilrgt of Philadelphia, and lb*
trlcil Inilltute of FltUburt, l'a.
ELECTRICITY!
CiREAT DhtOVERIEN!
All Chraale IHmm Tr*«l>4 wllb
irrrr<«ilrl Nurtaa kr Ik*
Yarlaaa XrillnilMi •(
MintiUai UtlmhB
• ■A Klreirlelir.
O Wee—No. M Hulk 4' Ml.. Virginia
Office Hoara-From Vlo II a. M., Hot, ami
»to » rjr_ _ JjrTMm
DR. A. BERTHIER,
PIIVNiriAK AUK nVKMKON,
11A VINO IIIHIONKI) HIM POHITION AN
A A C'uanlir I'lunrUn, ean mow be foana ■ I
blaoflke. No. t l*1per> ItulUlnff. corner nf H
■ml I'nlon alrerla. Virginia. Harll g lb* Couo
tr ll<»l>lt*l ulT bl« hand#. b« It now ahla in
(Ire *11 ul hU llm« lo city |*llcDt». and will
promptly rmixind lo til call* for medical at
tendance. Jail If
P. T. KIRBY, IW. O.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OfBre RnMnri! (IpmIii li.rwla'a
Amr Mrf, Mala Mmli
UOLD II11* It t STEVADA.
M J. Mrt'UTCllKON li my aatbori<«i Col
lartof. ajli tf
J. U. HALL, M. D.f
Phynician and surgeon.
OPPICK AND KMMD»NCK-0»»mI» Iba
"Nawa" omrr, Mala HI* «JaU lllll.
«pa if* '
DR. J. MAN80N,
PliyNicinn and Nurgron,
(Lata of Urua VaJlajr, Cal.)
OPPICK- la MaiaaM llaaaa, flaU lllll.
aptl m
GOLD HILL
LUMBER YARD,
MAIN STREET, COLD HILL,
(lait aho». lb. Hallroad Croaalajt),
B. H. CARRICK & CO.,
riioruiKTouM.
NEVADA LUMBEU
OP AM. KINDM,
REDWOOD, OREGON AND SUGAR PINE*
Ml 1.1. AND MINIMI TIMIIKIIM,
FLUME AND BUILDING LUMBER,
KTC., KTC.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
....
CLEAR AND DRE88ED
L U M II K It,
FLOORINC, SIDINC, RUSTIC
AND OTHER KTYI.K8 OP
siding, moulding, La(br
MIII.1UI.rjt, DOOR*.
8A8H AND BLINDS, ETC.
AMVAYK ON HAND.
I7VKRTTtU.NO AT TIIK LOWKHT CA4U
j liATKM. (Jivn ii« a call.
n. II. CAItltK'K A CO
•P*> yfirlsteWi
WASHOE LUMBER YARD.
K MTHKKT, IIRISINIA,
B«lwr*nOpblr tod TlrglaUCoiiaolldatMl W'ki.
HAYNIE A CO.,
Proprietor*.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND, A LAIHJE AND
well •Hectcd ftock of
NEVADA LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
Mll.l. AND MINING TIMBKHK.
BUIL0IN8, FLUME « FINISH 1KB LUMBER,
Pin* w< Ollloa.
Urrin l'l»f Klaarlaa.
II Hal lr I'lnr «Ml h rd w**d,
('alifamln hn(*r
•'lulu mill rmmrr rlrkMai
ri.ln nnd hwi
Kklaalro. "lilMi ■'■lit.
IMti. Bliada. Uli4<«>,
Traaiaa». Kir.
Asrnl. for IIAKVET'K PATENT IIISdH
WINIK)*V LOCK*. iii.r<in»ll.il fur • larllcUl
con»»»l*OC« >04 ClMWpMM.
All order* promplly HI led. Jj» IT
WALLER'S
CLOTHING BAZAR,
In Dr. IUII'i N«w MulldlDf.
MAIN WTKr.gr UOtP HILL.
M. F. WALLER
(lALLH PARTICULAR ATTENTION OP
j nfttn uahlk In lli> fut I tut be !• nlllDj;
bit apleodld (lock of
Spring and Summer
CLOTHING,
....oMMmnw....
DM KM* AND KL'HINRltll NI'ITa,
boyn< clothing.
PI UNIHIIIINIi (loom.
II AT*, DOOTH, HIM Km,
THINK*. YAI.IWKH,
REGARDLESS OF COST!
t*rr«II ■"I *i»mln« twfur* aurchulna
■Wawhara. Jatotf
YflKEMITE (LIB ROOM,
y
Ho. M South C ilrrrt, Virginia.
OPEN ALL NIGHT!
BOTCK I Dl'XCAJf, Proprietor*,
•istr
WOOD 1 WOOD I
rat'MDItRHl(INK^ RAH POR HAM A
f*qatntlt7 of NTT PINK. HOC NT A IN
LIMB im other »»rUll*» ol WOOD. AUa
tall supply of lb* BEST QUALITY of
COAL!
wnOLKSALl ANT) RETAIL, wklcb ki wtl
ddltor tfa roufhoul Gold Bill Md tKUIIJ of Ik*
h«MI CMh prtcc*.
Julllm TI10MA8 QALLAOniK.

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