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ALP. DOT KM. i ■ Ukw urf hmhm. SOLD i TSUXIDAT. ADO. 30.1174 18 MTRO KUBML11 Aa Satru'a nawapapar, tha Indrpmdtnl, at Virginia, u ««U aa aoma ol tha acrub opposition pa par* in other part* of tha country have affactad to conaider Mr. Sharon inaliglbla to tha offlca ol United Stat** Senator and to aarioaaly discuss th* proposition on the ground that Mr. Sharon doe* not reaid# here altogether, wa will call their attention to a weak point or *o in that way on the part of Mr. Batro. He haa absented himaalf al together from thla State daring the but two yean and only comes bow, merely to inflnaoos the oonting election in his fa vor, if possible. He wiH go back to Waahington or Earo|>« aa soon as the election shall be decided in favor of Mr. Sharon for United States Senator, to succeed Hon. Win. M. Stewart. Satro claim* to be a voter, yet we do not know that he has ever taken oat his Naturalisa tion paper*. He eectaiuly has no in terests in this Suts othsr than what may be contingent apoa the success of his now useless tannel scheme, ami in his present slectioneeriag operations he aer*ly hopes to help defeat somebody or to be Iwugbt off, for it seems hardly possible that ha can be ao damenled by hi* tannel mania a* to aerioasly be Here that he could secure even a respec table eate for himeelf. He owua no property her*, pay* no Uucs. and *ven that t initial franchise, and all belonging to it, is mortgaged in Euro|>» lor more than it ia worth. Comparatively Ultle of I ha stock is own*d in this State, as people here have very little faith in the ■chains, ami know that such sa invsst ment would be merely ilsail property, with no hope ef returns. He is merely a foreign adventurer, supported by for eign capital, is dsficieut in either intel lectual or business ability, ami the only proinineut qualities he po**c**«* are in domitable. insane peraietruce snd un limited cheek. Who but Sutro could staud tip Iwfore an audience of enlightened persons, show a lot of trashy magic lantern pic ture#, and then, after abusing the men who have invested their capital and best •nergie* in the practical development of th* resource* of the country, deliberately annaunc* himself aa a candidate for United States Senator' It is only three •r four year* ago that the other p*alifer oua charlatan, George Francis Train, waa going about lecturing, abusing Hugs and capitalists, and announcing himself aa a candidate for Preaulcnt of the Uni ted States. George took no magic lantern along, but he drew fully as good houses aa Adolpb doe*. Who but (he blatant Su tro could so presistenly prate about rings and monopolies and yet nublushingly advocate the greatcat would-be ring and monopoly on the American Contiu*nt~ the Sutro Tunnel monopoly. Who but Satro Co a U1 atand up and denounce peo ple as thievee. liars and awtmllsr*. mere ly because they oppose him and his pst schema*. and yet at the earns time be diligeatly and deliberately planuiug how he can steal the beet and richeet minea in th* world, together with th* citiea and towna connected therewith, the home* of the miners, public property, and iu fact everything worth taking or having in thia section. Talk about cheek. Sut ro'* cheek is a full face. If cheek is what constitutes eligibility. Sutro is eli (ibis for l'ait*d State* Senator. TUK WUKxT or TIIE1I ALL. Sutro, in hia windy harangue the other evening at the hall of the Gold Hill Miner*' Union, after declaring that the "Bangk Wing" had hired all the papers on the Pacific Coaat to lie about hia, appreciatively stated that the Gou> Hill N*w* was th* worst of them all. Thia paper certainly haa done mora to defeat hia uefarioua acbeuie than aay of the rest. It was th* first to oppo** him, and during the lost six yaara haa faithfully and con*iiteutly continued to do ao, showing up his j project in all iu grasping enormity, not only to the people of thia section, but to all the members of Cougress at Wash ington. We kept Government well posted on the Sutro question, and ara w*ll pleased to hav* Sutro acknowledge our efflciency in such a public ui.tuner. ^ *ee that he has no cause to chang* hi* appreaativ* opinion of as. but will stand by him till h* retire* into hi* hoi* and pull* th* mouth iu alter hia. A annua W*ao Srrao. canvaaaing agsnt for the Gou> Hill Ntw,, and lecturer on "What I know Ah*ut Tun nsling after Royalty," will deliver hi* good old lecture this evauiug at Na tional Guard Hall. Virginia City. It will b* a lively lecture, illustrated hy a long series of msgic lantern pictures illuatrating "Sharon's woodpile," "Su tro a Conscience," "Sharon's crooked railroad." "the Sutro Tannel jackaas," "th* Bangk wing," *tc. Should tb* calcium retort and gasometer fail to con nubial* properly, so thit the l.vntern won't work, Sutro will try to g* it aloue —run on his own gas. There will be a good andi«nc« iu there is no charge of *A<ltnission to th* show. Gold baa recently been discovered at a point about seventy-five miles north of Xlkn, near the Owyhee. The pioneer miners who have secured cUims iu this new El Dorado, apeak in the highest terms of th* pro*pret* th*re. Th* gold Uk*n from th* claims ia vary pure, be ing worth 919 per ouuc*, and some of it more. A company from Owyhee made a run of ten day* with two hands, and cleaned up 9400, but th* trouble is wa ter ia ao scarce that work has been tem porarily suspended. Cot'LDXT StaM" it.—Oar friend 0. K. White, the well-known grocery and provision dealer on tha Divide, >u ■ member of the "Independent" clique, which wu organized at Virginia City, bat preeerved hi* honor and indepen dence by leaving than. So mora ot it in hi*. Am auNmtnt of $3 par ahara waa levied on tha 17th inatant by the Bay taond & Ely Mining Co., Pioche, tha flpt th«j hare «ttr levied. FAPPIO AWAT. Gradually, bat car*ly, is the to-called " Ind*p*nd*nt" moTemsnt Im this State, or rather Stony county, dying oat. On* by one the original projector* and par ti ci pen ta in it haT* left it, Uka rate d* aarting a sinking ship, nntil there la merely a corporal's guard—a forlorn hop*—left. The " party " wua too (all o( corruption to live. It did net repre eent th* real Independents of the coun try at all, bat merely a (action of po litical schemer*. soured and disappointed otto* eeekere, and a few reasonably hon est persons, who ar* always ready to join a new political party through lore of nov elty, or (or th* sake o( finding oat what is in it. Joe Qoodman was the first starter oi the movement in this State, and thought his psper could work the thing up to success, but he ouly suc ceeded in scuttling his own ship, and hauling down his black flag he retired to Europe in disgust at his own folly. The beet men have all left that foolish clique, and ita existence is even now a matter of hiatory. The true Independents in poli tics could not affiliate with such a cor rupt .organization, but preserve their credit and honor still intact. Ed. Ui'un of (hi* tow*, took • drive down to Sdver City in a ono-Uon* cart a day or two tino*. and diitinguliked himaelf. A Silver City dog got out and barkad at him, acariii^ hi* horn*. Ed got ev*n on that dog by running over him and alto a hog, and • quarts taam and a load of wood and a couple of boarding h»u»M. All tb* damage he HOatainad waa lha bur»tini| uf a bally band (of the horse) and atill hi* happi ness dixia not seeui to b« complete. Th» eucalyptus i* a natire of Ta» utama, or Van Dieuian'a Land. An au thor, writing of that country, naya of it: " Tha blue gnm i* found ia almudanr« in tha north, although that from tha aouth is deemed tha beat, and grow* bet ter in the hill* than in th« valley*. Fina •pecimem ara found, varying from 300 to 350 feat in height, and from 30 to 75 feat around tha baa*. Ita elasticity i* greater than eithar the Uooruug *aul, Indian teak or Britiih oak." Tbi largest laud-holder in America, according to all accounts, ia Mr. Oeorga Grant, the bead and front of the Victo ria colony of Kanaaa. With an ample fortune he came Went from Scotland, a few years ago, and inveatad heavily in Kauaan lands ami continued ao to do until now, in connection with a few frienda, they have noma twenty square uiUea of territory being rapidly filled with settlers. Abthfb lluxnoxs, a little boy three years of aga, waa aecidentally drowned at Dayton yeeterday by falling head foremoat into a barrel of water near which ha was playing. It waa half an hour before the aad accident waa dis covered. The bereaved parent* are res ident* of Dayton, the father being amal gamator at the Ophir mill near that town. Sirrao'a newspaper at Virginia ap pears to be degenerating into a aort of iAjjeji;«t aheet, judging from ita edito rial content* of thi* morning. Sorry to *ee it, yet we preamne ita managers think all auch things fair in war. A Dostum lady in California saya that the big strawberries on the Pacific coast have but little davor, being a croa* ba tweeu a turnip and a dried apple. How Mr. and llrt. Dickens were Sepa rated. [Loedeo Cerretpoadaact of lb* Arcadlaa 1 Your reader* may have heard o( the grand amateur performance Riven in 18.19 at Ik* Free Trade Hall, Mam-bet ter. in aid of the Douglaaa Jerold (nud. Dickeaa, Collina, Shirley llrooke. Mark Lemon, and many other celebrated writer* took part. The ladie*' charac ter* were interpreted by profeeaional ac treaae*. Auiong these »u Mi<a HI lea Ternan. She wa* tbeu a freah, pleaa aut-leoking girl, not eaperially pretty, bat poaeceaing a good figure and an extremely agreeable manner. If ever the German poet'a doctrine of elective afflmtiee waa proved to be true, it waa when Dickena and Miaa Ternan met. It waa evident to nearly all of oa that the two were mutually infatuated. Dickena waa conatantly at her aide, though hia manner waa carefully guurded. Mm Dickena waa with the party, but ahe did not appear to notice the iutimacv. Very ■won after tbeae performance liiu Ter nau, at Dickena' wiah, left the atage. Hia affection for her waa aaid to have been purely platonic, and I have never met any oue who waa diapoeed to die pote thia belief. But nevertheleaa. it waa thia intimacy which waa the final cauaa of the ruuture between Dickena and hia wife. For many year* prior to 1869 their mutual relatione had been anything bnt happy, although I do not think that Mr*. Dickena had previoualy had kny well-grounded cause for jeal ouay. A abort time after the partv re turned from Mancheeter. Mra. Dickena went into a faahionable jeweler'a at the Weal End. where ahe waa in the habit of dealing, and waa aaked by one of the firm, who knew her well, how ahe liked her new bracelet. She *aid that ahu did not underatand him. aa ahe had not re ceived any each article. The gentleman then explained that it waa one Mr, Dickena had ordered for hia wife, with a likeueea and tome hair in. Thia, of courae. opened Mr*. Dickena' ey*a, and a eejiaration apeedily followed. Iloau Imvcvtiiiv -At the Contra Coe ta Laundry, down toward* the Foint, may lie wen in full operation an Im proved clothe* waahing cylinder. It ia ■ 'Ten by aeven feet in diinenaiona, built at Oakland Iron Worka by Scoville, and invented by that gentleman and Pliny Bartlrtt, on* of the proprietor* of the laundry. A patent haa been applied fer. Thia machine |>o*aeeae* derided advan tage* over the cylinder* formerly need. The garmenta are kept rolling, amoothly and evenly and quickly, and when taken out after the hour'* ablution, not a •peck can be found on a piece, ao thor oughly have they been cleanaed. The patenteea believe that the work of thi* machine can be done cheaper, aa well aa more effectually than any or all other* now in u*e. It is capable of waahing in an hour and a half aixty doien of ahirta. The cylinder oo*t one thoaiand dollar*. —OaUand Trantcripl, AoguM 19. A nuaoxcm in the Ohio penitentiary named laaiah Baker, while working at a tmu-aaw, waa atruck in the eye by a dying iplinter, which haa coat him the use of hia eye. He loat the u*e of the other aboat three year* since, from a small ipark of hot (teal flying into it. He i* now the only totally blind convict in th* priaon. H* waa aent to the peni tentiary from Fairfleld county, under a life sentence tor shooting hia mother. | Aerou the CoatlMit. I From th* Chlcap UtarOctu. Aug. a] For several months tkere has b««a a schema working which, until within a ■hart time, has been brought to nothing at all tangible. Thar* haa bean over turaa to Eaatern and Pacific Coaat capi talists, but, aa haa Iwn stated, nothing haa coma in the ahape of reaolta until iwoantly. Within a few dsys, however; there have been developments that will warrant making the matter public. Bine* the adjournment of Congree*, and for aome little tima before, a movement haa been on foot for a Granger*' railway from Ea*t to West. Th* agitator* have been working hard, but is a quiet way, until new they think they "have a ease." Teateiday a meeting waa held in thia city, which was composed of Eaat arn, Wee tern and Southern capitalists, and in which there was great unanimity in th* project. Whether th* m**ting waa composed entirely of Oranger* or not cannot be stated, so quiet wss th* matter kept. Indeed it waa not until a lata hour last *f*ning that the reporter learned that th* gathering here had ac tually taken place. " Ther* is abun dant capital and all the influence neces sary," the movers say, "to make the ech'eme a auceeea, and no efforts will be apaied." It is proposed to make a through double-track line from the At lantic to the Pacific. It is not proposed, however, to construct it ull the way, bat by connections ths projector* know they can get to accouipliah their purpoee. Whether th* Boston schsme haa any thing to do wit^ thia cannot yet be learned, but it is believed that it has. Numerous "iHOnisa" parties have been visiting Illinois lately, aud it is givan out that ths obj*ct le to investi gate into th* f*aaibility of th* matter. The g*ntl*uen uow here will remain several days, and will probably hold an othsr meeting to-day, at which a delega tion, exported from the Pacific Coast, msy be present. It is noticeable that several of th* Kastern railroad kinga are in Chicago. The Aaerican Rothschilds. About thirty year* ago the Delaware bridge wm jimt aa it ia now—inuoh io want of a ooat of good paint, wall spread on, and tha uiaaagera than or dered, aa I hop« they will now ofiler, ita being forthwith doue aa work at preaeat with tha worthy rlaaa of our citixcna ia not very preaaing. Aa tha job at that tima waa a pretty large one, and aaveral painter* wera employed. aud among tha party waa a young Jaw, who received W>1, rrata par ilny for hi* labor, aad hia brother waa then employed by Am 1'acker at f 100 par annum. Hut low wage* and salaries did not itatap out thair indomitabla energy and perse verance. for ahortly afterward they weat to California, whora there waa a wide ami profitable field for euergy and enter prise juat aueli aa they poeaeaeed and uaad to greet advantage, which secured to them n great amount of wealth. In due tima they returned to New York, which gave them a mora auitable (laid for employing their larga capital for a tima in mercantile pnniuita; but latterly they have been prominent banker* in large financial oparationa on their own account, and agents for the llaaara. Rotachild. Now, reader, who do yon think thane two young Jewa are, whom wa have eu haatily described? Why, none other than tha Masara. Hrligman, ao 'prominently connected with Uncle Ham's $179,000,000 of fire per cent, bonda. — Ivutoii (I'.a.) A'rw 1'n.u. The T'^phone. Thia ia a new in«trament recently in vented by Mr. Eliaha (Iray, of Chicago, for the trunamuaion of aounda. Noted alcctricana aay that tliey believe that the time will corn* when the operatora wilt tranamit t I aounda of their owu voice oter the wires. The novel iuatrumeut called the telephone has bean teen at work, aud haa played music on a piano key-board, tranamitting through an un broken circle of two thouaand four hun dred milca. reproduced on a violin at tached to the receiving end of the wire. Mr. Gray played "llail Columbia," "The Star Hpungled Bauner," "Uod Have the Qnecn," "Yankee Doodle," and other well-known aire, and they were unmistakalily repeated, note for note, on the violin which lay on a table near at hand. Kvon an accidental false note wna immediately detected on the violin. Mr. Gray exhibited many other experimente with tin cana, small paper drama, etc., which were attached to the receiving end of the wire in place of the violiu. The paper dram gave to the musical soun.l# that |>cculiar bnuing twang which is , rodnced by boya play ing a piece of thin |>aper over a hair comb, and then blowing on it. What thia will all lead to, or where it will all end. ia one of the moat extraordinary problems of the day. Nevada Camels. Upon a ranch on the Ciindu River there ia a herd of tweuty-aix camela, all but two of which were bred and raised in Nevada. Home yean ago nine or ten camela were imported iuto the State,but of these only two lived to become acclimated, and from thia pair have bean raiaed the twenty-four. The men who have them are Frenchmen, and had formerly name experience with camela in Europe. They find no difficulty in rearing them, and can now ahow tweuty-four fine, healthy anituala, all of Waahoa growth. Tha camel way now be aald to be thoroughly acclimated in thia Htate. The owners of the herd find it no more difficult to breed and rear them than wonld be ex perienced with tha tame numlierof goats or donkeya. The ranch upon which they are kept is sandy aud aterile iu the extreme, vet the aitiuvala feaat aud grow fat on auch prickly ahmba aud bitter weeds as no other animal could touch. When left to themaelvea their great de light, after filling themaelvea with the coarse herbage of the deaert, ia to lie and roll in the hot sand. They are used in packing salt to the milk on the river from the marshes lying in the desert some siitv miles eaatward. They have animals that easily pack one thouaand poll mis. - Enltrjtn*. Poor tad Co»«ltt'» Island*. W e yevterilny »;>ok« of the proposed IxrliKciir u( Jim Hurge, (Jim, na anvone known in famom for hi* barhacnea) on Poor and Coaaitt'e island*. We yeater •lav visited iheee ialanda and were sur prised to And ao pretty a place of nature's handicraft ao near town (about a taile and a half) unknown and un noticed. There are four ialaude formed by the branching of the Truckee, from one to Are nerve in extant, thickly cor ered with willow* and cotton wood. It ia proposed to connect these Ulanda by ruatic bridges, to enable the viaitor* to explore their hidden niyateriea, Wild iuwen, gooseberries and currant*, grow abundantly. We walked for a half mile along the aide of the river in a shade made ao perfect by the overhanging tree* that scarcely a ray of aunahine penetrated. This ia a favorite apot, too, of the California birda, and aa we have aince been informed, of Heno lover*. Judge Poor iaforma ua lie haa made ar rangements for the cultivation of fish here during the coming eeaaon, for which we think the place admirably adapted.—Reno Jimmnl, A<*j 20. Wilis you see i> young man with a yellow veal on and a girl hanging on his ana walk np to a candy stand and reck leaaly call for "some more gum drops and a hull stick of llcerisk." you can mark kim aa a candidate for the poor house. The lidifMdwti at Caraoa. Several of the B«no Independents were in town laat Bight tad held * oau cm. The gentleman fan Beno vara Deacon Snarleyov and W. T. C. Elliott (rough); a gentleman named Jameaon, from Steamboat, Jndga Banker and Mr. Lipman, from Beno, and John I. Oinn, (rota Virginia City. At the time we ar rived at the acene of the oaucna, boai neaa waa ended, and we found the Bar. Mr. Snarley in the (nil tide of hla Sha ron and Bank Ring diaeonne. Hia an dienoa aat atiU a long time, bat the ear mon becoming tedioaa, one irreverent wretch roared out: "Dry op; that'a too thin and etale!" We are credibly in armed that it ia the intention o( the party to atart a paper in Caraon City in the lntereat o( Sntro (or the Senate, Da Long (or Congreaa, John I Oinn (or State Printer, and Snarley (or Diatrict Judge •( the Second Judicial Diatrict— that ia, it the laat mentioned doea not arrange matter* with Mr. Sharon to morrow.— Cnrwa Wmix, .(input 19. A Lkttkh rjM Praiurnar.—"A rath er amaaing da«V." aaj« Colonel Stnart in hia 'lleminiacencea of a Soldier,' "wm told to me tome time ago by mi old lady who had an ancient eervant that had lived with her (or many yeara, named Ann Dra^y. One day Ann came in to her Miatrea* ia the parlor crying. 'Now ain't I the unfortunate woman? Ocb, what will I do at all, at all?' "What'e the matter, Ann!" aaid her Miatraaa. 'Orh, ma'am,' replied Ann, 'the poataan'a outaidr, and ha'a got a letter (or me (rora imrgatory, and I know it'* from my osld mother, who'a Ikvii there thia tin year*, and it'a all about me not paying (or the maaaea I aaid 1 would. Ochone! but I am the niaerahle woman.' On the miatraaa go ing out ehe (onnd the noatman In a fit of laughter, with a letter direct ml to 'Ann lJrady,' from the 'Dead Lettor of flee.' Nothing reuld lndiloo her to touch it, the 'Dead' to her meaning pur gatory, and nothing el«e; and her tula treaa wax obliged to open the letter (or her, and (onnd it wax one Ann had written to a nephew in Clara, but aa ha had gone to America, the letter had oon eequently been ratnrnad." Tai flrat external revelation ot the dry rot in man ia a tendency to lark and lounge; to ba at atrwt comer* without intelligent reaaona; to tie going any where when met; to bo about many place* rather than auy; to do nothing tangible, bat to have intention of per forming n number of tangible dntiea to morrow or the day after,—I'hnrUt inde nt. Marrlagen. CAVKLL- PAltsONB-Ia Canon llty, Auguit 1Mb, William Cavell to Margaret K. Panea*. 1 — Ueatha, HE I.I.I Nil Ml- In Dejtoa. Ancnttlftk, Arlhar, infant ton of I*, and H. Bellinger. HC\V TO-BAY. HECOND ANNUAL PICNIC TARGET EXCURSION WASHINGTON GUARD! TO BE HELD AT BOWER8' MANSION ... OK,... Tuesday, September 8th. rK UNRIVALED BAND ATTACHED TO the CinDpur, and known aa Ik* WAHII INUTON QUARD BAND, will to pre«*nt to dlaeoure* (lie i*Htnt concert and danca ma lic that ran be obtained for the occasion. A vplendld OOLDEN ARROW will be •ffered to ihe Lady who •hall make tto BEHT SHOT at the Archery conlcit A han'l*om* PHie, contldlng of » HPI.KN HID IIENHY RIPLK, will to offered to all oat rider* who wlili to campet* for the aald prtia a (hooting at a lard placed it the regulation •lance, namely, *00 yard*. Ample car accommodation will to provided fur oar gue*t*. and the etrlctrat order will be maintained both on th» car* and sroanda by member* uf tho Company detailed roe that pur TICHETM MB 30 To to obtained from the OoaoUtlar or any of the Company. CAPTAIN B. P. LACKEY, BIRO BANT WM. HARPER, HEHUBANT BAM'L TANUYB, anM Id Cum ml tee of A rran foment*. QOl'Tll t'OMHTOCk HOLD AND •J Hllver MInlnc Company -l.uraiIon of prin cipal place or bialnee*, Han Prancl*co, Call for* la. Location of work*, (loUl lllll, Htorvy county, Nevada. Nolle* la hereby Riven, that at a merlin? of the Board of Director*, bald on tb* II; h day of Auifu*t, 11(74, an a**e*ament (No. 1) of PI fly Oewta per abar* waa ItTled apoa tb* capital *tock of tha corporation, payable Im madlauly, la UalMd BtaMa COM MMo lb* Secretary. at tk* odtc* of tb* Compaay, Rooma T! and M (third Boor) N*w Merchant*' Ex citant* Building, California >tr**l, Ban Pran cleco, Calllorala. Ant alock apoa which thl* awaamcnt >kall remain unpaid on tb* ttd day of Heptemtor, 1*74, wlU to dellnqueat, aad advartlaad for tali at pabllc aactloa. and aaleaa payment I* mad* tofora. will to aold on tb* TtVKI.PTII diy of October. 187*. to pay the detlBqorat ItUaf mrnt. tOKetber wltb'coata of advertising awl eipau*** of aale. Br order of tb* Director*. J. X. BUPPINUTON. Herniary. OBc«—RoomatT and SA (third Boor), 1I*W Mcrrbaula' Exchang* Building, California •treat, Han Prancltco, California. auM Id SCCOOB iiu AND HINIXU Company—Location of principal plac* of bat I mm, Han Praaclm. Btata or California. Location of work*. OoM HUI Mlalog Dlllrlct, Storey county, Slat* of Nevada Nolle* la tor*by (Iron that at a meeting of tb* Director*, held on tb* 1Mb day or Augtiat, 1*74.an a**e»*a>«ut (No t) of One Dollar tgl I per •bare wa* l«rl*d npon tb* lanital *tock »f the corporation. payabl* Immediately, In I'nllod Htalc* gold coin, loth* Secretary. at tho office of tb* Company. Room* 5 and I, No. 301 Moul gomarj ureal, Han Prandaco, California. Any stock upon which tbl« a«*r>im*nt >U1I remain nupald 041 TUESDAY, Iba Bid day of B*pt*ator. 1174, will to d*linou«nt. and ad nr. tlaed for tale at pabllc aactlon. and unl*** pay ment l« made befbre. will to »old on WEDNES DAY, tb* 14th day of October. 1BT4. to pay tb* delinquent a ■ml. tog*ttor wltb co*ta of adrartlilnc and *in*n**a of *al*. Wjf. H. WATBON, Hacretary. OBc*-R*«ma 3 and 8, No. an Montgomery •treat. Haa Prandaco. auJO td_ ■in it nria. Jrniri riria PIPER'S CORNER, B AND UNION MTBKKTfl, VIRGINIA. nru ■■•twim, PnnhMi •piNMT BRANDS OF Wines, Liquors k Cl*ar& AT ONI BIT. lT*rr ttlcaUoa p>M to Mtroa» mK If P. T. KIRBY, M. D.| PHY8I0IAN AND «UltC10N. Ofln ai4 RmMmcii Darwla'i ] Avar) M. J. HcCUTCHKON U mj ulkoftnd Col lector. to» tf HEW TO-DAY. PIPER'S OKRA HOME. jour ririot. ........ ..fbofriitor A. D. BILLINSS Star* Miaapr A DECIDED HIT! » • ' : ' . .1 > COOtlOMd (MOM. Of Ik* Ul*Bt*d JOU| Ml. lEOIIE >. CHAPLIN. Who** brilliant attlnf haa woe tor Ua lb* moat lUtterlnc tsoomlssu from both tb* pr«M ud th* public, (ipporu* br HISS ANMTTE IWCE And tb* tall Mock coapaar. T■VH»AT I!D^ AW. S**Hb The beautifulbrMart.Lot* INGOMAR, T1IB BARBARIAN. Infomar MR. O. D. OHAFLIK ParthMle...... MISS ANNBTTK INCK After which Ik* ald*-*pllttlsg lart* of THE QUIET FAMILY FRIDAY, F AMI WILL BKNKFIT OF GEO. D. CHAPLIN. R O 8 E J) ALE! HATtTROAY. LABT CHAPLIN MATINS!. PKICtH OF ADMIHSION: Drew Circle aud OrcbMir* Cbslr* f I 00 ParaaMte H I'rltat* Bora ( 00 No uirt chart* (br Reeerred S**t*. »u*) THE TRANSIT V E N U 8 ! 18 NOT MORK ANXIOUSLY AWA1TSD BY 1 tb* A»trooomen and Helenll.U of the world than tb* tno.lt *f OOODH from R*.t«rn Mart* to tb* W1I1TK HOUHB CLOTIIINU BTOItB bjr tb* handrad* of ca«tom*r» of COHN * ISAACS. EYELESS FISH Anathema In tb* Mammoth Car*, wbtre all I* a dalaalnn aad a •nar*—oetwara abow. In ward emptlne.* and declining rapautlaa-bat In the WI11TK IIOUBB *111* op*n a* tbe day, and lb* better and brighter tb* *jrr* tb* mora will tb*jr admire all tbat I* there to be ran, wbrtber the owner* of the ejet be B.h or men. COHN & ISAACS, •...Of TAB...* WHITE HOUSE, ... OFFER Till.... .° ea E° 8 8 T ...and... T 8e e« PA E O HcH MOST EXTENSIVE STOCK OF 8IIMMIR CLOTHING leer exhibited In th* Stat* of N*rada. Anr AFRICAN PIGMY Could pnl In hit eja *11 lb* " with or tnda" that roil Into tb« amptjr, ccholni catarna of ih« Mammoth Ca»», hot to nmova In * month tha WIIITK IIOl'HK ralv* of a day wooM waarjr an ARMY OF ARABIAN GIANTS, So groat It the ruah aloe* ha lut arrtral of " nobby " and daalrabla Spring and Summer Goods, All anld at W*a prtraa tb«n olhera an charging tor old, nnatj, ahtlf-worn ahoddjr. tVOnr rnatoiMra will bear In Bind thai our Immrnx' atocfc or (ooda occnplra bnt ONE STOUT -no las atorr attached— and that OUR " HTYLB " IH IN OCR OUODfl. and not la tha men wbo wll Uinn-ciccMlre dl^'iilty and aaitarltr balof baalafeed. COHN * ISAACS, "WHITE Him" OlOTNIM STOIC, R*. 1* Math C llrMt, VIRGINIA 0(ITYp NEVADA, WALLER'S CLOTHING BAZAR, In Dr. llall'a Naw Bnlldlng. ■AIM ITIKCT COLD BIIU M. F. WALLER /1ALL8 PARTICULAR ATTENTION OF Vy or tha public to tha toct that ba ia aatllaf bla aplandld a lock of Spring and Summer CLOTHING, ....coiataTixaor.... DRBK* AND Bt'HlNKM WITH, BOTH* CLOTHING. rrKNimniNu noomt. IIAT*, BOOTH, SHORN. TKUNKK, VALISXA, R1CARDLK88 OF COST! tBTall and rxamlna baton parch* #1 eg alaawhan. ao» tf COM8TOCK LOCIE ASSAY OFFICE, COMER 0 MO TAYLOR «TS., YIMI1IA. MriTTKD AND KXLAItOKD MiWmi AiMrtif u4 Anlnlnl Mm IM7 Ofl lr« 01 *d to do «1 offlM in ib< uu ;h. M^rvrSi1.0 ftiu. MW tf WANTKDI rpHXBOt rOUK CJfTURNIBHID TV OOMB. 1 ulubU for koiMkMptai, or * MUl J bou*. IsqiUra At ifcUoBcf, MY «M>M. Ite. THE PIONEBR DRY GOOD8I Established In 18MI LATI8T FASHIONS I FBAflKENHKIIHEB'S! FAMILY DBIf GOODS STORE ![ OOLP HILL. ■«C11T«», A IILIOT | DRK88 GOODS! Tkti Department If replete wtlk elefut, norel tad mdil atjlee, aad eeaeUtatee the moat complete aeeertaent mt offered latkli town. housekeeping goods Bernaley, Scotch and Irleh Duuk i Daauak Tibia Clotki and Napklni Toerele aad Towfllo*; Linen and Cotton sheeting* and lhlrtlnr< Dlankctaand Uullla; Colored and Wklte Plaaaele; Taklaaad Plaao Coraja i Lac* Certain., Etc., Be., lu At Greatly Reduced Prices) HOSIKRY DEPARTMENT Ladle*'. Cklldrea'f and Oeata' Hoelerj of a)! I •laM aad qnadtlra. Qlotee, Lataa. Embroidery In aata andbytk* yard; Handkerchief*, etc., etc. Will Ml •• Cheap far Oaak ma ai) •lar. la iW male ! aaltr HI. rRANKKNUKIMIK. EVERYBODY KNOWS Dry Goods Have Declined, | • aa . Bt'T. ... TO REALIZE ITS TRUTH! rov MVHT HRK AND PKK'R B. CALLAND'S lniltKNaE STOCK. -riVKRY BRANCH FN TIIR LINE OP I £i STAPLE and PANCT DRV (MM)DH li ctaamad wltk tlx CHOICEST NOVELTIES. 1 Kaadr-aada Itrnm lar U4I« aad I i'alldrrat Dadarwaar af all dwrlp tl.aa. N.weai Hirl* af flale aad Baaa.la, I'araMla, *«■«. It aviary. I arr«. Oar. Twa aad Thraa hattaard Kid (lTavr.1 OP ALL SHADES AND BEST MAKE. tt An Kv«rrtlilR«la ProMrftoa* •02 1/ VARIETY" 8TORE. pICNIC, MARKET, WALL AND WORK BASKETS. PICTTKK IPKAMKM. HNCY I'HIK'K. KKY, I,A Ml"*, TOYN, NTATIONRKY, AND A OKNERAL ASSORTMENT OP FANCY G O O I> H . Berliner'* Variety Slore, MAIN NTIIKRT. (lOI.D llll.l., (Opp. Odd Pellowe' Hall) Oheajjrr than tka cktapaat. Call and we for Toaraal m«n Im K. RKRLINRR >. a. BALLATtK. 1.. D. ml JO*. D. S. OALLATIN & GO. ■aeaaaaara la O.T. krtirdta, MAIN UTRRRTi (JOI.D IITI.Ih NBT. ....nuLiai in.... H A R DWARE Of Retry Daarrlf llaa. MILL AND MINING SUPPLIES Stores, Tin Ware, —ktm— HOUSK FURNI8HINO OOOD8 TIN. COPPER'' AND SHEETIMN WORK DONIC TO ORDKR. aulO tf NAI0-B00K 8F POLITICS FOR 1174. HON.EOWARD M'PHERSON Clark *r Hmn «f MpnMBtailw, VilM HlatM. rlBAOCURATI AND IMPARTIAL VOL a BS« flrta l*e rail record *1 the " lixrWM of Salary Act" and lit repeal. on Tranapurta tlon, Civil Rlgtata and Plnanrlal Unfatlona, In cladliit ttaa Aet of IBM, creatine " La^al Tend •re" all coin InUred on Dendi, end the rerl oae I:rpandtn( and Contracting Act* (lac*, fiwldwl Oraat'e Mnauw and Mimorudum, Inirrr-.rwn, Inure, I'mtUnntloni, nnd Action In A ibvnl, Arkanaae, LmlilMu and Tnu. Supmuia Court Dectelona. lillnoU »od Wle conrln IUIIroad Law*. Conelltallonal Anrud mrat«, mad* end ponding,!In hum and Nation. " Backpay" ffutlailca. Tablet of Appropria tion*. Debt, KWctlooa, Carrtncr Dletrlbnllui by MaUa and Mctlone, «tc. Invaluable far cainuulgn Oloth. f) SOnoat paid Addreea WEO. tua D1WH.1 anil Iw r. O. Box 4*4, Waehlngtoo, D. 0. lURKR. Ca B. SMITH OmW HIRSKIF AS A CAHDIIUT8 Ibr the aBlca of Ooonir Treaenrer of Hlo nj Conntjr. «aW*t to nomination by ecrattc Oountjr Convention. anlt tr TO LIT. ' . rpBRKX riTRKISHID ROOMH, SUITABLE for hMMkMplBC. Tot partlcatara, tnqnlra at Wada'i Ortarj toon, Mala WMt, <J«U HUL aall lir WABHnSTOJr GQBB Piciic. atCOHD AXWCAL KCCtlRSlON or the ° Washington Uuard will be bald at Bow ara' Maaalim oa tha Mb daj orSaptaabar. For tanbar particulars in fataraadrartlaaaaata. Bj ordarof tbaOommlltra of Arrangtmanu. aautd BIMOVAL. fHi omoi or thi woodvills X OoM aad Bllrar Mlnln* Oompaa* baa ra Mwcitmrnnm. LAfCE TAHOEI JOHN W. McKINNEY'S; SUGAR PIUTE POINT. Health I Pleural Beore&tion I k V «• f > « hoi "ti t/, (Bid the mot! E—H» aa* HnhUkl And M« lb* BUT FIHHINU UB0UHD8. A 1m wharf rant oil lo deep wal.r la lb* Lake, and plenljr of boata are ftiniWIied free for theplmaure of the (aeew. Tbe HTKAMSHH toacb at tbe wharf duly to Und paneogrr». Paaerngrr* from Oolit litII or Virginia rati pi by wn* of Truckee anil Taboo Cltjr. or Caixio and (iMnbrvok. taklnic the «t<auier arroa. tbe Like. HATCH OV CUAKIJKNI Board and lodging. per week, $10 00 Board aad lodging. per day ID Children from H to It year. of ace. half price. Invalids aa wall aa bmlneee Ben. or (kmlllaa weklng racreatlon and plearnre. will Hod tbl. the rerjr place. JDU.N W. MrKINNKV, aaa if Proprietor.^ JEW EL E R .••.AMD. . STATIONER. THI UWDIMIUNKD K««rn COM I lUBUr on Imb4 lUip AMoit atnt of 1 GOLD AND BILVIR WATCHES. DiaauAi, Vkalaii l.sallra' Mi, ■iNif Ballaaa, Plng»r Mlaaa. Mi Pmh, Ukaraia, Lackm, Naykla Bla(a, Nllrrr lyatlatln, nr., »lr. BLINK B00K8&8TATI0NERY or ALL KINDS. CLOCKS FROMJM BO TO 920 WATOim. CLOTEH and JBWKLRT !U paired «IUi Stratum and Dlapatrh. All work warranlad. AOKNT for all the tta-raanrnio aad Haa Franclaro DAILT AND WBBKLY I'Al'KHK. All lb* Lataal Kaatrrn Prrlndletla and Man alora ronitanlly on hand at low rrtraa. Da. Ilrarad Id aojr part of town. 8. W. CHUBBUCK, roNTornm. ool.D him.. a«H II GOLD HILL MARKET. (NEXT DOOK TO NEWS OKKIOI.) L. T. FOX « iTpROFIIIITOR i T THIII MAHKRT cm »lw«yi •>• found lk« cbukul "" MUTTON, P°"K' VIAL' mm4 UDIAai*.(liHUn|. OarulauUbclscMlKlcd from lh« b«>tClt lie Raachn in Nerada and California, iri alwajr. tiealtbr. PHIVATI KAHILIKH AND IIOTELM will _nd It to lh*lr ad»anla«a In pMrunlic thl. Market, wbert they will alwaya he inpplltt wl'h lbs be. I meals lbs roantrr can afford. RKNDKRRD TALLOW, for mill andmlnlnf pnipoM>,ron>untl]r on band. -i."11 ]L. T WOK WOODRUFF'S BOOT AND SHOE STORE, MAIN STRUT.COLD MILL. (Oppoall* Itat Newa office). rAADIBfl'. OKNTH- MIHSKS' AND CIIII, j DIIKN'H BOOTS, SlIOEN, QAITBRS, BTO, Of rrery rarletr, and a lai** atock to a*l*ct from. PtIcm 10 par not. below Virginia rait*. Trad* m llm awl Mr* M*a*r. H. B. WOODRUFF. Jri»i» BOOTS AND SHOES FOR EVERYBODY ! J. A. WINTERBAUER'8, Op*. the Kallp** Hlabia*, MAIM ITUR, VOID KILL, Al tb* VSBT LOWEUT riUURUI fPHKKK H 1*0 t'SK OF UOIMO 1 allpabod when to* can tt*t u;Hl thingjou need In Ilia Ikiot and BbecfW It* k**p* eoaaUnllr on hand a tall aupplr of Boeklngbaa Bonta and 8bo**. and alao atlchd* lo Oq.tom Work. Including manufacturing lo aull I to onatom work, including *rd*r aad Try bli BDRLEIGB ROCK DRILLS AIR COMPRESSORS ARB THE ONLY DRILLINO MACIIINRHY thai baa *r*r doo* an? asreaeafhl Tunnel work In America. Tbejr artj being ur*il upon tb* lanr**l tminela and mining operation? on tb* Oouuturk Lode, and al>* In I'laear, Marl' poaaand RiMMrnaall**. California. (•ample machinery ran he aeen and further Information girt* by applying to PARKE & LACY, N*. 1#N. LRIDRNOOHrF KTKRRT, Mai Fraael*r*i Sol* Agtnl* for all Htalea and Terrllorlet Weal fftg ttKockj Moantalne. QUICKSILVER 1 UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE rai nuoi of QUICKSILVER will aa • I 01 OKNT8 PKN POUND. AGENCYI BANK OF CALIFORNIA' TIRMRU 4NBUOLD U1LL. aal tf a.'airrr. w. l. LtLitH. HAI8T A LILIENt Civil Engineers and Sur veyors. orncRMi n*M Hill—Or*r Glfcajaja'a lalll*. riTSICIAlTB. W. W. FETTEEHAN, E D.f HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN, 8URQKON AND ELKTRlvlAR* p HADIATI or TlUt HAHNEMANN MED U teal Ooi)«t< or Ffclladalpbla, tod u» ■Metrical laatltata of Pitta barf, Pk. ELECTRICITY ! OBEiT DISCOVERIES! All Chraal* INhum TtmmI with l'«* imrinM Hwiim hr ika TlriMl MWIiniltu mf HmhiImi UtlnaUa ■■4 IlMrlflir, OMm »•. II taalk C Ik, VirfiaU OBca noBX»—From I to 11 A. a., Hol. and I to I r. a. jjrt im Homeopathic Physicians! ....AID.... MUUOUON*. LATE OF NEW YOHK. OMm X*. M iMtk C MnM, VIRGINIA CITY. orriri aocaa. Dr. Picker A to 10 A. a. lid 1 to I P. a. Dr. Tafia 10 to II a. a. tad T totp. a. DR. A. HRTHIKR, fiivnician ani> nckokon, TfAVINO RE8IONED IIIM POHITION All AX Ouanit I'bfairlaa. ran aow l>« foana al lila oHlcr, So 1 llpar'a Balldla*, toroar of B and I'olun Vlrjlola. Ilavlrg iba Coaa tr BoapllAl of bla baoda, ba la bow ablo to ■If* all ol bla lima lortlj latlrnl*. aad will proaaptlj raapond to All rail* far mad leal at Undaoca. Jail If J. U. HALL, M. ba Phytician and Saifcm. OPPK'K AND RMIOIMI-diNaln Ik* "Naw." Omcr, Mai* Hi., Mold lllll. «»»tf* DR. J. MANSON, I'hyNician and Surgeon, (LaI* of Oran Vallaf, Cal.) OFFICE-lo Maraard llaaaa, Uold lllll. aptl m J. & J. B. MALLOW, NO. 41 SOUTH C STREET, (!<mi daar I* Roak af Calirarala), VIRGINIA, NIVADA. Groceries and Provision*, KNOLISH OROOKIRVi CHINA SETS OF EXTRA QUALITY TABLE CUTLIRY, GLASSWARE. KIIP ON HAND THB CHOICEST WINES AND LIQUORS IN TIIK MAKKKT, FINE OLD COGNAC BRANDIES, choice nnrunox, HOOTCH AND IKIHII "W H I8KIE8, •10 PUT AND SHERRY NINES, CHAMPAGNES & CLARETS. UTAH th«lr Wln«« toil Uijoora »r» piirtB twd Fare and HulUbl* for M«dl«lnal Purpaara. I.AI.E IALLOX, mi» Tlrglala. liwlti WAGO\ AXD BLACKSMITH 8 H O P. U AVISO RECBIVKI) A UOOD BIT n ply of (11 klo<U of WAOON MATERIAL, I am fiitlr prepared lo do *11 kind, of heatjr and litht work In mj line of l>o«ln<-»«. New work of all klade made lo order, and re patriae done on abort nolle*. Thar* la a SMOIINO SHOP*' Attached to the ealabllthmeiit. Nona bat tba baat mechanic« employed. BARD WOOD. LUMBER AMD WAOON MA TK1UAL FOR BALE. J. RANDALL, Jjll In Lawar UaM Hill. J. M. CORNWELL, No. 39 Partli C MrrMi VIRGINIA CITY, NIV., Manufacturer and Dealer In FURNITURE, MATTRESSES aeeeAID.a*. BIDDING. UEADOUARTBR* FOR TI1B HTATE «>P NKvADA toe tkacala or Ike famoee (RANDALL HPKINtl 1KB. Tlia Crandall Couplet Hprtng la tha onljr aell aapportlnn, and cannot get oal of order. Elcfct other KlfUa of Bwla tkelared fcjr la. GOLD HILL FURNITURE STORE! MAIN STNKKT,GOLD HILL, (Kraaar'a Building, next abore the Newt offlce.l B. W. CKAHT, PI0PK1KT0K.v pURRNITirRE, HPR1XO MATTRIMBS, CI'KI.KD HAIR, Kl'IKK A AID mv MATTBKS8K8, LOl'NOM, CARFKTB, OIL CLOTH. WINDOW SHADES, KTO., «TO. nr Farnllara aad Mattreaaea repaired. Caak paid roe Second* hand »ataUare. Frtoaa raaaoa abU-UU^M., „,w,qKAWT. I M I LI DRIYPOUS, ruoFRMOK or mimic. AID TEA6IEI Of THE llllll. BERLINER'S, or wttk B. W. GBVBBOCB, Baa . Gold BUI foaMBca. MUSIC FIHIIIfB^IAU 00CMI0I3I