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ALT. dotr.y, i t Mfcor «ss riwhw. •OLD KILL, I i KOI DAT. AOO. IL 1174 iHOTRIt GLORIOCrt VICTORY. Ths Elko Imirpemltnl, s staunch Bradley organ, and peculiarly rsprrseut ing the Bourbon ring of Nevada Democ racy, cvmH oat in it* iuim of Saturday laat in strong and hopeful language re apecting the proepecta of tba Democracy in Nevada. It soya: Although the party ta now divided on the queetioD of vho a hall ba the nomi nee for Oovaraor, that difference will aoon ba aottlod, and alter the Demo cratic State Convention ia held the dif ferent faction* will unite on the man who reoeivea the preference and make a strong harmonious fight, having only in view the achieving ef another glori ous victory in Nevada this fall. We call attention to this language for two reasons. First, because it substan tiate oar aaaertion made some weeks since, that. no|withatanding the bitter rivalry now elisting in Democratic cir dee between the eeveral candidates for the Gubernatorial chair ia Nevada, there ia not the alighteet hope that there will bo any split in the Democratic ranks. From Aral to laat the Democracy of Ne vada have stood united on election day. No representative Democrata have dur ing the preoent summer signified their willingneee or taken any steps to ally themselves with the few straggling po litical vagabonds who have unsuccess fully attempted the formation of a so called Independent party in this State. On the contrary, they have been and are to-day making a strict party fight. Dcrn ocratio candidates for otfire look to Democratic conventions for nomination, and to Democratic slectors for votes. True, they sro tacitly favoring the Independent clique. But they do this as a method of diveraton from the main conflict at iaauo— the direct conteet be tween Republicanism and Democracy. Th«y pat the few malcontenta upon the back, and say " Pilch into our common foe, the Republican party," well know ing that every vole loat to Kepublican iam ia one gained to Democracy. There will bo no split in the Democratic party in Nevada this Fall. Delegataa will ea se tu bis at tta Convention in Caraon, rep reeenting the interests of rival candi dates, but the nominationa once made, all animoaity will bo drowned in the standard Democratic style and beverage, and each individual delegate will return to his local habitation with a firm deter mmation to follow out the hiatorical precepts of hia party, to veto and labor for the "straight ticket." Second—Ui* lmuptnaeni naa iu Tiew ••th. .chirring of another glorioue vic tor, in Nevada." Thi. spirit from • Democratic .undpoint U wmmendable. But it strike* ua that the Imkpmd-i i» i lightly iscomrt In iU ueeof language. It wt* "another gloriou*" Democratic victory. W# m p*rh*p* 400 fn1**1' bat mildly *ugg** that the »orJV " othar • and « gloriou." ar. .uperduou*. The only victory th. Democrat. ol Na ,Ua .t.r achi.fd na fou, ya«a ago. by the aid of a lnrg* minority ®* publican*. Tbia vletory(?) ean hardly be cbaraetarUad aa ••gloriou. " Many Bapublicana. ob>cting to th. Elk. nom iT1-.;^. and anrag^l at l*lng. aa tb.y T..i 0,aralaugb*d in lb. convention cboa* between two alleged •«!*. «>d combining with aund»y Democratic man lg*r* mad* up from th* nomineea of both contention*, a third or compromise tickrt, which waariacUd. Tbia — th. ftiat approach to victory evw achi.v.dby DwocnU *lnc* Swda b~am. a SUt.. Aa to th* glory of each an achievement wa may be pwmitwd to auggeet that lik. Coggia'a eom«t, it U neithw very danling nor lik.ly to aoon r^appw. That th. D«nocrata of thi* State ar», aa unnal. united in thi* content there la bo doubt. That wittingly or unwitting ly wry Eepubhcan who eympathiMeor alUee him**lt with an attempts third party In Nevada U playing into the htrA. 0f th. Democratic party U equal ly plain, but that with the combined atrength of all the oppoeiti.n the Re publican party in thi. State wiU .offer d*f*at in November w. do not believe. Th. canae. which led to the bolt of 1870 have in a great measure disappeared. Th. diaagrwrnenta then aii*ung h*v* been hamonixed. There wiU b. mani feaUd in the B*publio*n Convention aoon to BMl at Winnemucea a unity of purpoM. a determination to put forward M Candida tea, atrong. good and available man. and in our judgment after that Convention ahall hare flniehed it* la bor* th* Republican party will pw*ent an inaurmountable barrier to Democratic ■ucceue. Th* " gloriou. " victori.* of Democracy wiU b~om. in N*vad* » throughout th* Union legendary etort** of a •• loat can**-" Qcor* rr Ku~—Sotro * organ thia morning quotea largely from journala optKMMd to Mr. Sharon. Among th*. extract* i* oae of n*arly half » column from th* VaU*jo Ckr^niek. Th* organ do**n't givt it all. however. The fol lowing *entenc* immediately follow* that given in th* ••But ro. with hie panorama, may make a alight atmggle. but he might a* well wbi»tl» againtt a northweater to change th. cnrrwil of air. a* to try to eucceed. Th. Drptnltil shouldn't ".neak by abbreviating a quotation. Xu moiety *y*t«a in th* menu* de partment of th. forwnnient haa worked , . -harm for th. benefit of on. man— a claim for H.000.000 for feee due him — an informer. Unhappy Warrick! Lnwyen wiU at one rroeeed to worry th. lif. out of him. to abeorb U. wbrtnnco. and bring him to gray hairs and th. grave with ™»»*abU laa-nttr He's anoth.r example of the p^idooa ^hcto of h*ing an informer. A BntoCT a» Oocaal.— Th. Virginia fe^*«l*rri,prJ;SihLg ol 8om> " ««" <■ -n » lingular" to th. dtiwn. of Stowy county. Th*y know iU animu* and in tact* thoroughly. A OtnilKfl OCT LOOK. Sutro this morning uii the ciliana o( Storey county if " they in aallrtnl with the preeent outlook." For the r*> lief of the hungry fntvhohug 11 upon the ragged edge of deepair" (orruonding Mr. Kutro and hit tunnel awindle, wa auggaat that tha outlook at preeent ia very flattering. It really appear* aa if Virginia City and Gold llill would eon tinua tn flourish on tha aida of Monnt Davidaon; that tha property owner* of thaaa two towna will not be (oread to boy town lata of Sutro daring the praeeat year; that tha alienpt to tunnel into the private property of stockholder* in the Comatoek Lode aad rob them of val uablea bought and paid for, will prove abortive. Tha outlook ia cheering. It looka aa though tha miaerable adven turer, who, haa no intereet in common with Nevada or her people, except that of an expreea robber, would be repu diated ao flatly and unequivocally that even hie thick hide will feel tha blow; hia c«a« hardened cheek blanch at tha inevitable failure of tha moat audacioua echeinc of rubbey and devaatation ever planned by a hypocritical demagogue. The outlook ia cheering. It appeara that tha people are prseperoua; that tha mining situation ia flattering; that atocka in our minea are going up, and atock in the great Aasyrian bore ie going dewn. It furthermore appeara that the Dqitmtml hee at I set convinced tha ma jority of Storey county people of the true character of ita maater, and ex poeed the iufluencee which led to ita ee tabliahment. The outlook ia cheering. There ie reeeon to apprehend that tha effort* of demagoguee to disrupt both party organizations, and crowd into power between the leg* of honeat voter* will be unavailing; that tha people fully realize the miaaion and interaeta of thia eo-called Indepentleni clique; that prop erty owner* are not ready for Comau lam; that working men are not ready for the rule of European money-lend er*. that the State ia not willing to be revolutionized by aneak-thievee aad •windier*. The outlook ia cheering, i.e.: for everybody aave Sutro aad hia retinae of cringing, crawling aerie. l**D«m ths heeding of "Another lis nailed Sutro'a organ thia morning denies oar allegation that Mr. Sutro boasted two yeara ago that "in three yean from that lima Virginia and Gold Hill would ba aa daaartad aa Washoe City ia now; that ita people, Ita business, all ita housee, which wara removable, would ba Ukan to tba naw town ha had laid out." It eaya " thia ia falaa, Mr. Sutro never did anything of tba kind." Tha gantlaman now aditing tba Sutro DipendaU, wa an informed. ia a oom parauvc itr&a^ar in thia community. That this ia so tha flat dania) of our al legation ia proof positive. Mr. Sutro did uae tha axpraaaiona referred to in tha hearing of tha writer of thia article, and in nearly identical language. Kay, mora, tha language waa addreeeed to ua. If tha Drprmlml'i editor will take paina to get at the truth before publiahing hia flat denials he will not occupy the un inviable poaiUon of wilfully miarepre aenting or deliberately falaifying with regard to well known facta. There are doubtleaa acoraa of people, in Vir ginia and Oold Ilill, who have heard Mr. Sutro eipreea himeelf upon thia re moval question. In fact there waa com man talk, and a belief, at that time not entirely without foundation, that the daya of Virginia City were numbered, and that Sutro, at tha mouth of the tun ■•1, would be the future mining metro polis of Nevada. Th* Autos.—'We have aeen it itated recently ia eooe of ear "Eastern ex changes, that the Aiduw, which we have frequently alluded to aa the moat beau tifully illustrated art journal in the United Statea, waa about to auapend publication by reaaoa of flnancial em barraaamenu. Thia waa a aerioua mis Uke, and baaed upon mere groundless rumor. The following communication, written by the Secretary, from the office of the Aldiae Company, No. 58 Maiden Lane, New Tork. nnder date of Auguat 11. explaina the matte?: | In conaequence of rsmors affecting the atability of the enterprise which have obtained currency through certain influences, it ia appropriate to furnish •oae asstuuee to tks general public that TV Aldlne—the Art Journal of America—ia not in any embarraaament whatever. Aa a commercial undertak ing. it has been from the etart a remark, able auceees, and ia UMlay more pros prone than it has aver been before. The .ildiii ia the property of The Al dine Company, the organisation of which, laat month, brought to tha en terprise aa additional paid-tip oapltal of 9200,000. The stock is ia the hands of a number of the wealthiest men of this citv. aad the Company does not owe a dollar outaide of lU capital stock aad the ordinary not doe current accounts of ths month. The brain which originated etiU oontrola aad directs the production of each issue, and it ia absolutely cer tain that Mr. James Button, as prssi deat of aa organisation possessing ev ery facility, and backed with ample cap ital, will be able to go on faator sursr to the fulleet development of an idea, the outlines of which elicited the warmest enthuaiaam of his countrymen. Tm ex-guerrilla Moaby, "Virginia Canssrvativs " candidate for Congress, recently manifested his fltnees for Con grsssioaal honors by challenging Capt. Payne, a political opponent, to fight a dnel. Challenger and challenged were placed under arrest, but aa the former waa in Washington, and ths latter on ths field at the time fixed for the meeting, the verdict of chivalry is in favor of Payne, and Moeky is '' stigmatized aa a eoward." Thia ia ths second dueling scrspe in which Moeby bss figured since ths war. Is it not about tims for ths Virginia courts to see that the Virgiaia law against such murderous schemes is snforced? Tai Sutro circular this morning in sults the voters ef Storey county by aak ing these if they wieh to sell their votes. Ws would gently remind Mr. Sutra aad his co-conspirstora, that such a question ia in violation of a law pasesd by our Uat State Legislators. Tha first stop toward purchaaiiig votes is to find out if they are for sals. This tha Sutraitoe attempt to do by a circular conundrum. They will find but itw persona ready to ■•11 out. All of that class an svsn now ia ths pay of Sutro k Co. Otxjuxjxzd It.—A mall circular, is •md by Um Independent (?) clique ol Btorey coonty, was giv*n to th* *everal hundred gratuitous subscribers (t) of Satro'i organ thia morning. Among tba several questions propounded «a find the following: Headers, ara yon not aick of the ineo lent twaddle of a purchased press. con temptible bat for ita criminality? Thia eo aptly appliea to the Hutro Ik ptmlriJ that we are constrained to be lieve it wae unwittingly ineerted in the circular referred to. It la hardly proba ble that ench a boomerang waa Inten tionally thrown by the management of that bawdy sheet. K«*»oniz«p. - The Ileno Ktrrttmct ha* become perfectly salivated on the •abject of Hharon. It *videutly thinks Sharon is the most noted man in the world. Every editorial it coutaina, from the heavily digeated half-column crasher, down to the myriad* of three-line squib* all commence with " Sharon" and end with " Kharon." Sharon overshadows tli« editorial tripod like a nightmare, und the buwrla of poor eld Suarleyow grip* inceaaantly with inflamatory denunci ations of Hharon. Th* Deacon ia evi dently net feeling good. The Reno Crvsrnif put* in a "star" notice of nearly a celumn as an edito rial. Musi be getting mighty hard tip either for space, money or braiua. Eureka Item. (Proai the Hrallael, Asftiit *9 ) Ground was broken yeeterday for the erection of a Matting furnace, to lie put up at the Hoosac Smelting Works,which, when completed, will enable the mana ger to receive and work all milling ore that may be brought to that furnace for redaction. By the us* of th* Matting furnace th* he*ry l*ad from th* Hoosac mine can be worked advantageously with the rich quarts ore* from Newark and Silvtrade districts, and the Geddea and lisrtrand minea in Secret canyon. Th* furnace ia to b* constructed on th* beat approved plana, and by ita use a perfect a*paratiou of all xiliclfarous tub stances will b* obtained in conjunction with the present blaat furnace with alkali from th* Ruby Hill orva. Th* Matting furnace will be completed about th* 'JlHh of September. Whit* sinking in the new air abaft at the Oedde* £ iiertrand min* in Secret Canyon, day b*for* y**t*rday, th* work man itruck abody of or* which is likely to prove the most valnabl* discovery yet made in that district. A sample asaayed yeeterday show* a value of $l,Kf>6.19 to the ton. The strike was made near the Stockton location, and the ledge shows to be an exUnaiv* one. The shaft will be continued down through this body of new ore, so that ita real extent can be determined. The Eureka Conaolidated Company ySaturday shipped i'i.300, and the Iloo mc Company 2t),iKJ0 pounds of bullion by Pritchard'a teams to Talisade. Jos* Cardinaa, charged with stealing a hot**, waa y**tenl«y convicted of the off*ns* in th* District Court. Ploche Items. (From Us KecorJ, Aujutt 17 1 Thi« lowest *Mt drift of the Meadow Valley mice hu been run to the Ray mond & Ely Una, and will be continued eo until it connects with tha nut drift of tha Raymond k Ely—of course at tha expense of tha latter company. For •bout '200 feet tha ledge carried consid arable nistal, assaying from $12 to 930, but it waa lm|>o*aibla to prospect it at a greater depth, because of tha rush of watar. Tha quantity of tlie latter ia aaid by aome to be ao great that it ia thought doubtful whether the Raymond & Ely will drain the ledge without ma chinery being alao placed oa the Mead ow Valley. Yesterday wa had quite a long conver *ation with an old and experienced Com atock miner, who ia alao intimately ac quainted with tha condition of tha l'i oche minea. Ha givee it na hia opinion that there ia no doubt but that pay or* in Urge quantitiea will be reached below the watar. giring many facta and data aupplied by hia experience in aupport of tha propoeitiun. Wa rnunt admit that wa ahall be glad to hear of tha pumping machinery of tha Raymond & Ely be ing at work, eo that further axplorationa can be hail. Carton Itisu. I from tee Trlbtine.BAu<ait?9.1 The Secretary of the North Canon in forma us that tha atock ia going off eery rapidly. Wa did hear that tha company intended raiaiag the price of stock from ona to two dollars |>er ahare. If atich ia tha calculation, thoae deairioua of pur chaaing had better hun7 up. Large quantities of cord wood are being hauled into town for Winter cou sumption. Now ia the time to aecure wood at cheap rates, as after the first aaow fly the price invariably goea up. We understand that good lire limb can ba purchased at f? per cord. At 11:15 laat night there waa a alight ahock of earthquake. It waa a aharp Tihration and hot momentary, yet suffl cient to acare watch-dogs and watchful people, and strong enough to make a study lamp tremble and a dock that hsd stopped to make a new start. Nrsr PAjmvr.—A number of grsss widowars and bachelors, of tliia town, saya the Austin AtviMt, hnre formed a bean association, aud weekly festivals are held at the residences of tha.varisus members. The last festival waa held at ths house of a gentleman whose better half is abeent in California, John Den nia officiating. At tha conclusion of the featival the tea-kettle laid on the bed in in th« beet bedroom, the pot in which the beans were cooked lav on its aide on the parlor carpet, tha knives, forks and apoone were distributed among tha apil toons in tha aitting-room, tha baby'a crib was covered with dirty tin pistes, aad the sewing machiue waa disfigured with chunks of dough, aplaaheaof bean soup aad akiaa of Chile peppar. Since the organization of the Society there baa bean aa effort to elect a dish-washer, but each gentleman nominated hat declined the honor, en the plea of other anil more important buaineaa. The organization ia known as ths Free and Independent Graaa-widowers' Bean-eating League. A Jcst Coscirsio*.—We see no sign of existence of the third or Dolly Var den party In Nevada State. The 1U Chileans over there aeem to be atick ; to their own party, whieh will cling to Sharon. Thoae who want to defeat Sharon are looking to the Democratic party to do the work. Ths Democrats, however, seem not to be very much alive in ths matter. Thev either havs not a man euitable for the place, or their man has not the wherewithal to make himself promise or popular among thasagefcraah voters. Ths oocupation of the same political bed by Jonee and Sharon jnst knocks the chances of any ons but Sharon into ths far off fntnre. The question ia aettlsd in Nevada State. -Gram Valky (Col.) Union. It ia said that the type-mstal monu ment to be erected over ths grave of Horace Orsotor will be in position be fore ths end of ths year. - Tki Belaoat Mint. Inaamuch ta a rich strike has reoently bMD mad* on California street, in the Balmont mica, causing the prioa of tha atock to advanoe materially, wa will gird a bnef atatamant of tha trns condi tion of tha proaent working* in tha mina at Eaat Beliuont. From tha bot tom of tha 300-foot perpendicular ahaft a drift baa been ran 41 feat weat to tha ledge; thence 190 feat along tha ledge north. About 600 feat north of tha old incline ahaft, on tha 200-foot level—at a point whan Caaaall made the rieh strike —a winie haa been aunk to the 300-foot level, where a drift haa bean ran SO feet aoath, ta oonnect with the drift being ran from the perpendicular ahaft—875 feet remaining to be cat in order ta con nect the two arifta—making a drift 445 feet in length north of the ahaft, whan completed. In cnttiag the winze from the ioo to tho 300-foot level, it waa ex pected that the Caaaall deposit woold continue dawn, but anch waa found not to ba the caaa; after ainking on the vein a few feet the rich atreak or depoait runa out, the vein, however, continuing ita full nize, with aplandid walla, to the lower level. After the two drifts are connected on the lower lsvsl, drifting will be continued north from the winze. Tliin ia the real condition of thinga in tbe underground workings of tke Bel moat mine. What may ba met in drift ing along the ledge on the 300-foot level ia more tkan we or any other person can determine. Of course, an improvement in the mine is hoped for, and thoee over anxious far a like rssult say that it aaujf increase in richncsa before long. Tha nsw hoiatlug-works are running smooth ly, anil sm many men as can be worked to advantage are delving in the bowels of Mother Earth in the Belmont raiue.'— Rttmunt Courier, AuguM 20/A. A Um nMAK who thought he bad ex perienced a chango of heart, and wish ing t<^ join a certain church, applied for admleaion. The paator, in oraer to find out how well ho understood the "plsnof salvation," asked him who it waa that created him. "Veil. I suppose it wsa (lot," replied the Dutchman. "Very good," said the minister; "now can you tell who died to save you ?" Veil, I suppose it pee'aOot too." "No.no," ssid the man of cloth, " it waa Christ, (tod's son." "Ah, is dot so? It voa do poy, den! I links all do time it vos de olo man!" CoKPMDBtrxs—"What political party doe* Adolph Sntro claim as Mousing to?" Give it up. "Where doe* he ex Krt to get hi* votee for I lulled Statea nator?" (live it np. "Ia ha a nat uralized citizen?" (live it ap. "Ia he a fool or a knave, or both? (live it np. "Where doea he livo when ho is at borne?" (live it up.—Mmonl Courier. Tm New York Aaseesors have ascer tained that no lesa than $340,000,000 worth of real estste ie untaxed in the citioa of New York abd Brooklyn. Tmc Boston Common Council bsvs very properly refnsed an appropriation to white-waah Bunker Hill monument. MAK.MIIALl.-MOH<lAN-le Mold Hill. Auf. Hat. J»M|>h tferahall to MUi Klliabetk I Morgau. [A pairiui iapply of ukr and win* ac companlad Ik* abate. for which lk« a.wlj wedded pair will pleaee icc*pt tkr thanlta of all | connected wltk Ikla ollce ) TRKZoNA—Dt'NKIN—At Dutch Flat, Pal.. Augu.t lath. John Truona, of 0*I4 Hill, to Mtry Dnnkln, of Itatck Klal. McKKK DOl.'OI.AH—In Eureka, Aacuat «ih, llarrl«>n B. McKee to Mix Klliabetk J. Dooglaa. I >< Ul ll» . CANAVAN-ln Virginia City. Auitnit JOtk, Marlak Mcltarney Caaaeaa, a native of I ra il n<l. aged Hilar*. Tl KNKK-ln Eureka, Auraat ITth.Helle Irene, daugktar of A. 0. and Maria Tnraer, aged 1 7*ar I monthi and 10 daya. NKW TO-DAY. PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. JOHN P1PKR PROPRIETOR A. D BILI.INOS Stage Va^tr ENGAGEMENT FOR A LIMITED SEASON I Of tb* talented Irlak Comedian, JOE MURPHY ! MONDAY 1VEXIM, AIIOIBT ltd, Will b« preaentad tb* Intenaelr emotional drama, written eipreeily for MR. MUlt I'lIT, with a »lew *f displaying kla wonderful vereatllltyand fidelity to Malar* In Oaten aad Irlak ckaractere, entitled mr. MCtrar ix rors cm At Arms | NED DALT, 1 rneng rnmedlaa ; PAT O-HUAUONKMT. MIKK OOAPF. the Fiddler; CH1MTOPI1 VON LICHKNSTEIN. Daring Ik* plat* will k* Introduced Mnrphj'i Skelrhm of DfoUrhland: | I—Tka Peerleaa Peereee of Ika Period. t-Tha " B " Flat clarionet. •—Tka Beautltul Uttla Market Olrt. 4 -Tka Triolein Lata Letter. b—Tka (Jay lloraa Jockey, (Introducing kla I wondetful B"LO) 1 (-Imitation of lloraa Race*. SATURDAY, ATI P. M.. Grand Murphy Matinee. PRICES OF ADMISSION: Draea Circle and Orckeatra Ckalra |l Oil I Parqoette (fl 1'rtTata Boiea • 00 | Reeerred S*ata, Flfte CenU litre. Box Sheet aow opan. Oflce npan from 10 I A. a. to 4 r. a. antt KMILI DRIYPOUI, PMOFMMR or ntrmc. AMD TEACHER OF THE VIOLIN. /"IRDERS LKFT AT R. L. IIIOOINS' Mt'SIO I I Htor*, Virginia City, or at PROFESSOR BERLINER'S. or wltk B. W. CI1UBBUCK, Eeq.. (told lllll PoeUodce. MUSIC FUMISNEDFORAU OCCASIONS I FOR SHERIFF. JAMBS 8HOWER8 £tJtPlCTn'LI.T ANNOUNCE* HIMSELF a* a candidate for the •• Ska of (tariff of ■ey connty, at tb* en.alne election, mbject to tka decl.loo of tka Union Republican Oonaty Convention. am td NOTICE. WHEREAS NT WIFE.CECILIA THOMAS, baa left ay bad aad botrd wltkont Jaat canae or provocatlaa. I hereby notify aad warn all pereona from allowing ber to contract liable oa any account, aa I .hill par no each debta. WILLIAM TIIOMAB. Oold HID, Aognit II, Ml aatl lw DIVORCED. TH TEE Sirr« DISTRICT COURT OF I Nevada, Maaric* Prltcbard from Mary E. Prltchaid. upon tbegroanda of Incompatibility of temperament and threatening life krlmag Inary caaaea or Jealoaay. aatl It HOUSE FOR SALE." AOOOD TWO BTOM. HARD FINISHED I Hoota,containing aeven large roooa; ait oated la tbe baalneee tart of Oold Hill. la dalraof B. W. CBVBIUCK, anil If Poat-ofllce. NEW TO-DAY. gTox/d hell' LUMBER YARD, main STftEBT, GOLD HILL, (Jut abort tbt Railroad Croatlaf), I. H. CARRICK * CO., nonmovi. NEVADA LUMBER or AIL KINM, REDWOOD, OREGON AND SUGAR PINE MILL AND MININU TUIBKBH, FLOME AID llllllll LUMBER, rrc., rrc. A OOMPLETF AB80BTMENT ....*»... CLKAR AND DRK88KD LUMBER, FLOORING, SIDING, NUSTIO AND OTHKR 8TTLX8 OF NldlBf, Jflonldlng, Lath, UniRain, noon, 8A8H AND BLIND8, ETC ALWAYS* ON HAND. EyFHTTH'NO AT TUB LOWKHT OA!tII UATKS. U|T« ua i call. B. II. CARRICK Ac CO., "*lf fmrlwawi IN MEMORIAM. To mi n. o. v. a. offickrs and mkm ' b*r* of Parker lodg*. No U.I O.O p. W*. roar comnlltM, appointed to dreagkt appropriate reaolutlnne or reaped la memory of nor tow Brother RICUAIIU iTbRAY, reaped tolly eabalt lb* following: Wliaaaaa, Ood. In HI* Inlnlt* wisdom, hae Men It to remove from oar mldet by the bud of death, RICHAHD D. BKAY. tot* aa ea teemed member of oar Lodge. thereby Mverlng lb* long, unbroken cbtln of oar memberahlp; and Wltmiaa The aprlgbt and eiamplary life ef oar departed lltother, call* (or lb* tokeu* of re spect; Bmlrnl, That while we bow with becoming humility lo the etruce of tlod'e Providence, wo rao not but deplore tbe loaa ol one who haa Iuok been a valued Brother, a Ira* friend and au honored member of our Order. Rmtnd, That la tb* death of oir Brother Bit \ V our coamunlty haa lost aa Induelrlous, urefbl and hnneet man. bla frlenda a grneroua, warm-hearted comrade,and WMp a irakua and worthy m*mh*r. flmjtvil. That we. aa reembera of Ihla Lodg», deeply mourn the death ofuar brother, and ex lead to bla relatione oar kladtel wlebee la their alBlctlnn. Hi tollI. Toat the Sccretarvb* aad la hereby laatracted IP deliver a copy of BMIMMM nadur the aeal of tbe Lodge, lo tba brother of our deceased Brolber.aad that he aleo furnish a copy thereof lor publlcalloa to Ik* (lold lllll Nawe aad tb* A»*• An, the official organ of th* Order. M I'. WOLF, J. U. LOYNACHAN, ' J. B. MAKS1IALL. OoBHlttM. flold Hill, Aaguat 17th, 1*74. aujl It 1« Tail fOMItO 1.1 DATED M mine Company —UxatIon of principal place of bualneee, Han Praacleco, California. Location of work*, Hold IIIU Mining Dlatrlct, Storey coaaty, Nevada. Nolle* I* hereby g-ven that a meeting of th* Board of Director*. held *o th* ttlh dav *f Aa gaat. 1(74. an aaaeaaaaat (No. 10) *f Fifty (Ml Centa |wr ebare waa levied upon tb* capital Block af tb* corporal Ion, payable Immediately, la Ualtatf Hlatea gold and allver cola, lo th* Sec retary. at th* office of Ihe Company. Koota II ltayward'* BaUdlng, 41* California atrwt, Han Praadec*. California. Any alack a pus which thta aaae*ameat a hall remain napald oa th* drat day ol OCTOHKH, 1*74, will be delinquent, aad adrertlaed for aale at pahll* auction, and aaleee pay meat la made before, will b* aald on tb* 10th day nl OCTUBRR. 1174, lo pay *ald delinquent naeaeiuaat, together with cod* of advertls lu« aad aipenara of aaie. By ordar of Ihe Director*. II. C. KIBBK, Secretary. Office--Room No. II, Uayward'* Building, 410 Oaltforala atreet, Haa Prandeco, Cat. anilId KW YOIIK MININU I'lUPAHY. I.'MIlN of principal place of buelaeee, San Fraudeeo. California. Location of worka.Uold UUI Mlalng Dlatrlct, Storey conaly, Nevada. None* I* hereby glrra, that at a meeting of th* Board of Director*, held on lb* twen ty-eighth day of Aaiatl, 1874, as aa (element (No. I) of Fifty (SO) Centa p*r abare waa levied upon th* capital alock of the corporation, payabl* laiMdlaUly, la L'nltod SUta* raid cola, tu tba Secretary, at tba oBce of tba Company, Koom No. II, llayward * Building. No. 4lf Cali fornia atreat, Haa Franctoco, California. Aay alock apon which thla aaa*aam*nl abaQ remain aapald on tba Aral day of (X.TOBKR. 1*14, will b* dellnqaeal, and advert!a*d foe aale alpaMM auction, aad aaleee perineal I* Bad* before, will b* told oa tb« l»th day of October, 1174, lo pay th* d*llnqa*at aeaeaament, togeth er with coat* of advertlalng aad eipeneee ol aal*. By order of lb* Director*. U. C. KIBBK, Secretary. Office- Room No. II Uayward'e BaUdlag. No. 419 Calliornla atreet, SanFranclico, California, ami td IfllT BOlil AND U1VM JT& Mining Coapaar.—Location of principal plac* of baslaeae, Haa Franclaco, California. Location of works, Virginia Mining Dlatrlct, Storey coaaty. Slate of Nevada. Nolle* I* hereby given that at a meeting of the Board of Truateee. held oa tb* ttth day of An guat. 1874, an aeeewmrnt, of T*n Centa per • har* waa levied apon the capital elock of Ihe corporation, payable oa Saturday, the Sflh day or SRPTKMBKR. 1874, In United Htatee gold coin, lo lb* Secretary, at tb* office of the Compaay. Room 4, No. 401 California *lre«t, San Fraudeeo, California. Any stock apon which this aaaeesmrat shall remain nupald on FRIDAY, OCI'OBKK. M, 1874, ehall he deemed delinquent, aad will b* duly advertised for aale at public auction, and anlaea payment I* aad* before. will b* aold on FRIDAY, th* I9d day of OCTOBKK. 1«T4, to pay tha delinquent aeeeeement, together with co*taol advertlalag and expenee* of aal*. DAVID A. JKNNINUB, Secretary. I Office—Room 4, No. 401 California atreet. Ban Fnnclaco, Oallfernla. auJl td SECOND ANNUAL PICNIC ....mo..*. TARGET EXCURSION I ....or rvB.... WASHINGTON SHARD l| TO BE HELD AT BOWERS'MANSION ... UN.... Tuesday, September 8th. rB 0NRIVALKD BAND ATTAC1IKD TO tb* Coaananv. aad hnowa aa tha WASH INGTON GUARD BAND. wID b* preeent to dlecoare* lb* eweeteet concert and dance sic that can be obtained for tb* occasion. A sntondld OOLDKN ARROW will b* I •Tend 10 th* Lady who shall make tb* BKST SHOT at th* Archery couteel. A handeom* Prist, conttollag of a SPUN _ID IlKNRY RIPIX, >111 he sferad lo all oat aide re who wtah lo MajjMafor Ik* aaUpdu | DID IlKNRY HIKLK, m III b* offered la all out aline wbowtob lo tanH* for Ik* aaU prti* by abootlag at a laget placed at lb* regulation dlacaar*, namely. M yard*. mmI To be obUlD*d frocn tb* CooaillUe or any of | Ika OOOQMBT. SUQf n«r SAM'L TANUYK. PHYSICIANS. f, W. FBTTERMAN, E D HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN, •» •UP rjBADBATI OP Till HAHNEMANN MED U WI a»U«** of Phlltdalpiilt, tad tk* mettlnl Inattlutt of Pitt* burg, ft. ELECTRICITY! ORE AT DISCOVERIES! All ChrMlc Dlmm TtmIkI with lie •rwdtiM Harr*** kr ll» VarUaa M*4iarall*a* mf NuhiIm, Ualraalaa ■■4 Kltcirltltr. M toatk C BU, YlrtfaU " Ofle* Hoar*-Prom « u> II *. a., 1 to 1. ud itotr.a. *a«lai DR8. PACKER A TUFT*, Homeopathic Physicians! ....AMD.... H U 11 O K O N M LATE UK NEW YOKE, oar* X*. M Mouth «' Nlrwt, VIRGINIA OITY. orrii'i aoma. Or. Pttktr J lo lo a. a. ud l to « r. a. I Dr. Tuna 10 lo 111. a. tad T to f r. a. talO Im P. T. KIRBY, M. D. PHYSIOIAN AND SURCION. oar* ud K*ald«a**i *rraalia D*rwla'a A Mar OMea>( Mala Hirc*l< GOLD HILL, NEVADA. lit. J. JfcUUTCIIBON la mj author1»*d Col jrior. talBtf DR. J. MAN80N, Phyaioinn and Murgeoi, (Lai* of Ortd Vallejr. C*1.) OFFICII- Is XHMfi IIhh, (laid Hill. «nfTBi DR. A. BERTHIER, P II Y M I (' I A N AND NUKQKON, "IIAVISO IIKNK1.NKD UIR POHITION AS AA Cuailjr 1'hnitlan, ran now be (miml at bleoaea. Ho. 1 P1prr'» Ikilldlaf. corner of B and I'nlnn >1 rert». Virginia. llaTtl g the Coun ty Umpllal off hi* band*, be la oow able lo *l»e all of hla lime lodiy |*tlrat». and will promptly reepowl to all calla far mrdlral at tendance. Jail If J. U. HALL, M. D. Phyaicinn and Surgeon. OFFH'K AND H!!Hin*M'«-0»»..lle the "Naw." Otter. Main HI., (laid lllll. •uJ» tf» ». a. S1LL1TIK. I.. D. POIJOM. D. S. GALLATIN & CO. ■aeeween to O.T. IhurkerACa, MAIN MTIIKKT, UOLD HIM., NIT, ....MALtaa in.... H A R DWARE Of K»»r> Daarrlyllaa, HULL AND MINING SUPPLIES Stoves, Tin Ware, —Ul HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS Til. COPPER' AID SHEETIROI WORK DONK TO ORDRR. an 10 If EVENING 8CHOOL. Kvirr Vmlai In ik> Week (Kinpt Meadaye), AT THE MAYNARD HOUSE MAIN STRUT, GOLD HILL. School to commence at I o'clock. Private Ihwii, Irom t to T o'clock P. X I<mioim Riven In CHR1S0L0TYPE PANTIJti. TIRMS. SB PER MONTH, •all Im RAMI! V. MAROMIR. CIGARS AND TOBACCO O. H. GALLUP, Rijrmrffi BlMk, MAIN NTRRRT. .GOLD HILL. Neit door in the Bank Kxchanfe. rn* choicest IMPUTED AID DOMESTIC CI0AR3 I ....ADD.... Till RKMT RRANIM OF TORACCO In *U lla varietlee. "•'"I'.llM'ii. A'JL i*lur„nM" niist i-rnmii pin wntrff IrerytblnjA No. l"« J'pHICE* LOW tar can ui in.^i aal4 !■ NEVADA AND CALIFORNIA LUMIIR COMPANY, MANirPACTnRBRy AND Wnol.BIAL* Dnlmll MUX ANO MINING TIMRKRM, FIN Mill NO. BlflLMNU k FLIM* LITMIIR Mlitln. bll a»d W«*d. M1LI.M AND Fl.CMR. PriMir Cmk MiiImi C. P. Rnllrand. VIRGINIA OFBCKi With LONKKT A SMITH. at Ibe Vlrfinia Laahar Yard, 43 South D »lraet. oppoelte Bailtk atreat. anlllm ECLIPSE llTfrj aid Feed Stable, MAIN RTRRRT, GOLD HILL. Fartlcalar attention paid to Boardlat Hlock. ■at. RARur aiv» •«< Alwaja na band For Sale. O. C. MCTtbRLL, Ff»rW»ar. aaWU RIMOVAL | ri office of Tni woodvilli H ■alltd W. W. BELLMAN, Secretary. I UT BOOi#, lie. TUB PIONEER DRY QOOD8 STORE], Established In 1841! LATEST FASHIONS ....At.... FBAJVKENHRIKIEBtl! FAMILY DRV GOODS 8TOBE I OOLP HILL. J OUT BBOBIVB0, A IILIOT •lock of DRE88 GOODS! T*l» Dopaitaoat li rtpteu «1U aUgiM, (oral ud tptcUi itjlei, and conitltato* tb« moatcompUU uaortiMnt #»« offervd Inthli Iowa. HOUSEKKBPINQ GOODS Barnuey, Scotch tad Irlih Diauk; Duutk Table Cloth. ud Napkiaa Towala and Toweling; Linen and Cotton Sbeetlr.j. and Hblrtlnr* Blanket. aad Oullt.; Colored aad White Plaanele; Table aad Piano Omaraj Lata Cartalnr, lu.. Ite., Etc At Greatly Reduced Prices) HOSIERY DEPARTMENT LadleC. Cblldrea'. aad Omta' lloelery of at I •laea aad qoailtlee. Gloree, Lacee, labroldtry la aata"aad by tb< yard; Handkerchief.,etc.,etc. Will Hall aa Vbtaa far Cub aa aat • lara la Ik* MOM ! anltf M. FttANKENURIMRB. "evertbodTknows / Dry Goods Have Declined, ( a...B0T.ee. TO REALIZE ITS TRUTH YOU MIMT MKK AND I'KII'K B. CALLAND'S lniKIVME STOCK. £.VKRY MUNCH IN TIIK I.INK Of I 8TAPI.K and FANCY DRV tlOODH l> crammed with tba CHOICMT NOVKLTIISM. 1 Beade-aud# Dnawa far U«Im ■»* I ChlUrra. I?a4arwaar •( all 4#acHp lltiii Nrwrat Nirlf af llals llaia aad ,» I.are®, ua Twa aad . tIjj. lUaafia, 1'araaals. Faaa, llaalary. I.are*. Oif, battaaad UlSVMi OK ALL HIIADKS AND It KMT MAKK. 11 Aad Ke.rribUala Fra.artlaa. varTet y_ store. pit-NIC, MAKKKT. WALL AND WORK BASKETS. PKTI IIK FRAMR«t, FANCY CHOCK. KIIY, I.AMPrti TOYN, MTATIONKBY, AND A (IKNRRAL ASSORTMENT OP FANCY GOODS, Brrlinrr'i Varielv Miorr.l MAIN HTUKKT, (MILD llll.l., (Opp. Odd Pcllowa' llall) Cheaper than the cbea|ieet. Call aod eee fur I yonreclf. 1 aatl Im I. RKRI INKR J. & JL B. ftlALLOft, NO. 41 SOUTH C STREET (N.sl dear la Baa It afCallferala). VIRGINIA, NEVADA. Groceries and Provisions, ENGLISH CROCKERY, CHINA SETS OF EXTRA QUALITY TABLE CUYLERY, GLASSWARE. KEEP ON NANO THE CHOICEST WINES AND LIQUORS | IM THR MAKKKT. FINE OLD COGNAC BRANDIES, | CHOICR BOURBON, MVTl'H AND IBIMIt "W H IBZIES, 110 PI IT AND SHERRY NIKS, CHAMPAGNES & OLABETS. | tVAII tbelr Wlaee aad Ll.eore are «a*raa teed Pare and Mailable for Medicinal Purpe.ee. I.AI.E BALLON. aat 1m Vlntato. »«*<«■ I MO. 1874. PIONEER LAUNDRY NORTH OF VIRGINIA. J. W. HALL, PKOPBIKTOKM. TBII BI.O BRTARLIIRBB AND A icllable Laoudry I. prepared ta taia out aav qMailt? of Haaoeated and Cleaa Ltcr ■ tlbim viae damaged by maalpalatloa or by chemical application. Par. nr«. pa act naJly called for and returned] OMeea-lataraaUaaal Hotel and Wallace'. Frail Brora. IM Hoaih c .treat, Vlrflala; aad Veeey Uo.ee, (lold lllll. ml*/ J. W. it II. W. HALL. BOUNE FOB MALE. I LABOR DWUXIVOIIOI'MS, CON- p| tatatng nine room.. It I. a aew aalldlag^E aad la eieaDeat coodltlon, .llaated oa I be bill aide appoella the Yellow Jacket worka. For particular, apply at the flrocery Store of RICHARD BRRCRR. iy 1» Mala llmt. OaU Hill. SPECIAL MEETING. NEVADA PIONEERS. B SPECIAL MBETTXOOP THE NEVADA A Ptnaeere will ha held at National Hoard Hall an MONDAY RVEN1N0. Aafaet it, at • «tlock, for tba porpoee of perfectlnr a perman aat ormalMilon. All aw here who hare atfued the roll If* reeaeeted la be pre..at. DR. S. A. MrMEANH, •«f 41 PrteU1.nl. WMMIMMH. LAKE TAHOEI JOHN W. McKINNEY'S; IIIfiAftPINEPOIllT. Health! Pleaiurel Beoreationl rl ABOVI VIET POPULAR RESORT !* dow throws op*o to tha public lor th* mm. It U altaatad oa the WUTSKN HHORC OP TUB LA KB, Els* bIIm (root Ta ho* ciir, uiid Um BHt B «■■■>!« sad UoallkfM RirrMMIift And iw lb* BBST PISHING GROUND*. A Id* wharf rana oal lo top watar la the Uk*. and plenty of boata ara funil»h*d fra* for tba pleaaara or tha neat*. Tha MTBAMBKM touch at tba wharf dallj to land paae*nf*r». Paaamf*r» from Oold Hill or Vlrjlnla ran go by ttmr of Trorkr* and Talma OtlT, or Oaraou and (lf*ohnxik. taking th* atramat tent tha Lakr. KATKM or t'OAIUHII Board and lodirlnir. par w**k, 00 lloaitl aad lod^m*. per daj 1 to Children frun a to It jaara of ap> half price. Invalid*, aa w*ll a* baalaeae atan, or (hmlllaa aeeklng rrrreailuii and plraaara. will lad thla tba ictj plac*. JOUN W. MrKINNBV. aa» tf PmHWar. JEWELER ....AMPa. . STATIONER. 'Pill UNDERSIGNED KMF* CON I auiitljr on kaad 'Urp AmoM mtat of DliMala. Chain. I.tdln' (Ml, Baliaaa, Plagar ■!■■■• - H*M Praa, likarait liMlilU, Itapkla Blaga, Illm Itu, IpwMflni rlf(it, BLANK B00K8 & STATIONERY or ALL EINDI. WATCUKH. CLOCKS aad JKWKLRT H.. palrrd with Nra»i*«a and DUpattb. AD work warranted. AOKMT for all tb» Hacramtaio aad Haa FraorUco DAILY AND WKKKLY rAPKKH. All lb* Lataal Kartrro Prrtodlrala aad Maja alara roaatanilr on baad at low rrkaa. Da. litrrnl In any part of town. 8. W.~CHUBBUCK, roMTorricR. hold hii<l. aall II GOLD HILL MARKET. (NKXT DOOR TO J4BWR OPFICI.) t. T. POX I iTPROPRIKTOR ,,ir' MUTTON, .„'***> ViAL •■4 ■*VMAumu, (!■ wtwi). OirlBlctUWlDf Mlwtrd fro» tb«br,IC«l U, RurliM ig Nmdi sod Calltorala, ui llwlTI lira]thy PIUVATB VAMlLIKtt AND nOTILfl will .ad It U> Ihtlr adraauc* pMrmlat Ihli KM wher* they will »lw«J» h, •oppllti wl'h Ibt hnl mil lb* country CM »ffofd. RKNDIRRP TALLOW, fur Bill tadalalac purpufM, runrlullj OB bud. tall h. V MI, WOODRUFF'S BOOT AND SHOE STORE, MAIN STNIKT, COLD HILL, (Oppoalt* I be New, offlct). rAADIW. (IENTN* MISS EM' AND CB1L J DRX.N'H BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, ETC, Of .Tory r.rlrtjr, »rd 1 laff» itocktoMbct from. Prim |0 prt cent. brlow Virginia rtlM. Trad. ii llwr aad Kara Jltwr. H. K. WOODRUFF. B00T8 AND 8H0E8 FOR EVERYBODY ! • ...AT. . J. A. WINTERBAUER'8, Opp. Ik. IrllfM lUklM, ■AIM MTKKET, MM MILL, At Ik. VIRT LOWEST riOl'BM! rKRK 1< NO I'HK OP UOIKO^^ •llmbod whrn too r.n r»t UflBI thing you nwd In 1m Boot tad IMfW llM. V* II. k«*pa cna.Untlr no k.nd 1 hill fnpplj of Barklanfeaai Root, and Mkm.. and al.o aiinwli to Cu.tom Work, lacladtiw muafact.rt.g to ocd.r aad Repairing. Trykli. —II ■ BURLEIGH BOCK DRILLS AIR COMRRBBBORB A HI Till ONLY DKILUNO M ACHINRRT IkM ku .r.r dna. ur .irtmfll Tana.l work la A strict. Tfc.jr in brim* bk4 ipos th. I.rv»t lonorl. ami mining operation. on the Oom«lock Loir, and tlM la I'.ac.r, Marl |M and Ni*v»tU roontlr. California. Haaipl. marbla.rjr ran b. ma and farth.r laformalHm gtvrn hjr >i>pl)l*g to PARKE A LACY, No. I•H.'i I.RIDRftDORPY NTRRRT, Mas Kro.rt.ro. Holo Agent. for all fttalM and TmtlorlM Wr«t jyltf of Rocky Monatain.. QUICKSILVER! UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE TBI FEICB OF QUICKSILVER WILL al 91 01 PENT! FEN FOURD. AGENCY« BANK OF CALIFORNIA' VIRGINIA »*ll(IOI.D MILL. a. ■ ai.t . w. a. uum. HAI8T & LILIEN, Civil Engineers and 8ar veyon. omoRSi Hold RIIHhir flltoaa'. Malaaa. anlOU