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THE EVENING NEWS.
GOLD BILL, i THUMDiY. UPT. 3. 1174 j
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ru « an dida n.s.
\U taiouiotaiBU oi candidate* for |
office. during the politic*! campaign,
I'uMULmI iu lUi* paper, miul Ix paid fur
i/1 mil-one*. We accept of no runlingeat
itiupmul, but treat all alike, k can
didal* who cauuot, or will not ai
usance hi in >fl( properly before tba pea
pi*. ami pay hia printing Willi promptly,
ii not fit for the office he aaeka.
iHironrio mut a* ma*a a uu.]
I jut B«*ala(.
r«i MmUow Valley,• M».
UKajnmad* Kly. lltf.1l. M\
rs Eurika t'oa.. 11. It',. I0\
jltPiocha. #s.l'..«S
I To Wt*hlr(1on 41 fraule, l\
Ton Amartraa FUj, I',
HIS Hrlmont, «VNV*S-H'» •>»
:oa N*«irk. IV. MM
V«) North Itelnmat. IDr
113 Kl Dwario Month. I If.llf WW
uTi iloldan CtlrM, 7 V."
Jlkl Mih<finy, 3\». h. 3s,
STO Hnnih Chariot, II. It
too Mitnmoik, 13c
So Euaplr* . l.lahoi. I»,
lulu Imparta). »'..»%
*oe Kmpirt Mill. • '..»*
*43 frown ratal, f*, 70S bio. 70\
»0 Ktlrher.71. II hft. 71%
400 Mock lalaod. 3 V 4
WWIO»»rm«n.»S.r>. UV3»\.«0. *0 b1«. 41
hsn. *v 4tS
M> CbullarVolral. 33. 31 >10
40 Co*. Virginia. f7
(3CondJan-v. 17. US. 13',
430 California. »t. I7V T'„ 3»V M0
7i» Yrllnw Jarkrl, 7». 7"S
730 surra Xarada. I',. I'. h*l
a) (loiiId 4 Carry. *•(<• wV
330 ll».I X IWkkar. Jl. US
la oipiii'.n.s. n,. r-« .. us '* n\ •*>.
71. Tl1,
410 WovdaiU*. 7.«'„ «V •*>
ThU NaralMC
3«l>phtr. 711.. II7'S **3
410 Iwii'l X Carry. *<s. J"«a. Jl
410 Iw.l X IWU bar. 31.31%
i*s »••*(•. n.
33 Ckeliar I'oluai .14%
la". 11.1. X Motrroaa. 41. 17%.
uuc .ou r»iui. to. m. to on, uu,. utf. u>
km. u\.ai<,. «
100 Tallow J« kr I. ;s. 71% t
1R70 laparul. »%.»\ •<>,
1310 Ku^.ir* »%
MOkantuik. I.
■ai Alpha, Ilk. 13'.
1*40 Hakhar. 71, 71 s. 71W. 77 1>3, 77.7] bid
3U3 t'wIiftdrlKr, U.S. UV. I3>,
31*. Kiurta Naaa.la. 4%,4S
*i31 'uu. Virginia. M.S. Ill W. "IV
I4«i linrMit. a>. Ml .JU, «»,. k»s. 41',. 41
10 ».« llr'.th.r. Wl.s
koi'iladuuia. JOS. 71
»w Calif a ma. «i
ti«W,H4nl!e 7.7», kkl
Ik3 Ja.llr., 10 L3U.
alo Jalla. »S, 1 "
610 Ralliiaure. 1tf,7'a
IV Am.rl< an Mat \
M3lkll|Ma. «'..»S.T
4e Ha. •*. 4
131 kakkarh>Kkrr, .S. 3
40 ttayiua. i\
IID kaaaaih. s"Sr. I. »; S'
Tut Krankhn t. tV
I Sliver Ilia.
IMIIalllua. Is
.VU t lah. .is
1<mi Hock l«l«»d. 4S.
3»HII«*r<'k>iMl. Is. I'.
410 lao. Is. Ill
:l!0 Ku.'krtr, 7\. IS
Mo fWnaior. a;s<-. I
CO Hall.u.-aj.'
I<ai I Ml X Ihiiava. IS
»«) Huuth (Xarniau. (1S<.
64 Uanlan.ll.a, II. IIS
.-Mtlloh*. IS
•JN.w To- k. 3
1(11 Nairn. I
Itu AimI.., 'ale
wi 1'ama t'ua., 13. Ii>
luo Tjiar tV, *is
:»« Ra( Itock lalarul. «7S<
liai Craaa I'oinl lint la., !av
tmKwUlim
Tarh ^)raata aharv: lavlnl. Am
tftiat 10; ilaliii.iiAnt, (tctulM-r I; aal« Oar,
Ik-iolwr 14.
■ iat lOcrala parahara: Irtlmi. Annual to;
tlalibqavnl, bclubrr 1. «ak- Uaj. (mubar tt
lea Varh ISaaalMalnl hi .rut. p.*
a bar*; l«trl«|, Aara«l *a: ilrlim^aal. Ih lb
bar I, aalv ilar. (h ioliar 1*.
*•»•«<■ #l« |»r all trr k.MHl. H.pl.nb.r I ;
itallnquallt. Orlokar »; aakt Uaj. IklobrrXI.
Waultl ami ( urn fl j»-r akara; l.< I
Maplaoiliar I; ilai(iu|tiaai. UtiuWr i, aala '
day. (Jrtabcr tl.
Vlrglala ell) ('eat 4 um.|mh> le raala I
l"»r akara; Iralnl, * |.l»tul« r I; Oal.iH4u.i1t. 1
i*. |ol>rr I; aala day. Orluhrr 31.
■*al a«4 llalrltar SO ranla |wr ahar.. I
lr>la.l. Jtiljt 13. it.lllM|Ural, Annual 17;
aala day, Kaplamliar II.
Kerapa J3 rea*a ppr akara; let lad Jala II
dailu'iuaal. Au^uai IN; a*)« ila;. 8ap( 10.
Mark lalan.l |l iwr.kara; latlad, July 17. I
dallMiuaiil. An^ tl; aala day, Kapl. ».
4 aladaaala |) prr .karr . u-vi^t. Jaly 13; I
dalin<|uaui. Auj; 27; aala daa. Hr|4. II. 1
larke)e 3,1 rrula par akara; larlad July
II; <lali*.|uaal Au^uai M, aal. nay. hap
lauakar le.
liaatua -lo rauia p r ahifa; laalad. Jul} 3*; I
dallasuaul. Aiv ; aula day. a.pi. it.
Jntla tl ioreata prr ahar. InW, Aaanal
4 ; delia«|U«et, S.p|.Bili.r 7, -al. day, a.p
Uoibar
|laar| 73 rcala \—t .Kara; IraM, An^aal (,
daliBuaaol, Kapn-mbar »; a*|» day. »rp(rni
har, 30
Tallaa Jaakal bar a hare; latlad. Au
truai 11; dalinqaaui. ,s«p(raibar 13. aala day,
IKUWr I*.
■larre Sr. ml a 11 par ahaaa; laalad.Aurual
». dallu<|<i'ul. Hattlrmhrr a; aaW day. Kap.
KmVr It
KMpIr* Hill and >lela( l aaapaay
— AKtaaiaprr a karr; Iratrd. Auira«ll3lh;
drllaquaul. Hrpt.iut>rr 17; aala day. Urli*
tar k
HhIra 10 raala prr al era; laalad. Auitual 14;
dalMKiaaail, KrpiraiWr I*. aalediy, Iktia
bar II.
Tatar- Vraala prr akara . leaiad. Auual I*:
iWllasuaai. arp4aaab.r IB; aala day. Wrlo
kar e.
Kayaaaud A Wy »» par ahara; laalad
Augnai 17; 4alTaqaral. Maplrmbar *1
aala day. Oclobrr II
■ lh 4'*«Ml«rh- 30ranla par akara; lea
lail lap.1 II; d<natural. !«ap(riuhar It:
aalr (lay. IHIobar II
fl prr ahara; laalad. Au.ual It; <e
Ma<t«*al. I4ap4raihar ti . aala day. Ucluhir
II
PlflMOIIK
■*l*b«r-9-1 prr ahar*. attroallmi f.U.uw,
Jrrlarnl A»jf. »i |i»>ahw An.- 10.
f»«nll<»l»4 %'lrclata H |»i alura.
ac*rwaiiu« gtM.wu; d«lair4 Aafui T:
par*hM An(Wl II.
I'lrii'd Orciu llot'alt. Tim |>lay en
titled " ll«-l|> " waa r»p**lod ■! 111* l>|«*r*
llou** 1 mU night s goodly anilirnrr.
Mr. Murphy. a* uu prenotia night*. wa*
lianieaaalr •ut.rtaininK' 'I lia oth*r p«r
formara contributed »*ry iuioptnl.lv id
ilirir rra|>«< tir« *N*umplioi:a. An M
a allcui kill U aaiioimwl for tbi* •»»»•
ing. Tk* performance will roouiiew**
with the kighlr auinaing farv* of " ll» i
aly Ati.lv," follow*! by tit J "Heathen
4'hiam-.'*' anil mmcludiug willi "Mur
pity'* Hkcl<'li«* of l>*iita.-bland." I'rl
<1mj arauiug Mr. Murphy will lak* a
IwueHI. aud oil SalunU* alUiguw •
grainl matinee will l» gifeu for lh«
■rowaiUlit'ii uf ladtea auJ other* * bo
a-aaaot attacJ in lb* * veiling.
Tun D«ts*ti»n.—Tk* loroiitotiva
JUao, atlaU-had to tk* uight pawner
Iraiu. between Virginia au.l lU-uo. |-ul
a«lf Ilia track laat night at lb* Main »tr*et
4-rv*aing. A loroiu»li«« »aa Mil down
fruui Virginia to haul Iter on agaia. Tb*
train waa ilrUiiml by tk* arriilail
about au h..nr and a half.
Pat Par.—Th* employ** of 111*
Orowa I'oinl Miujug I'uiu|«ii; w*ra
|>ai<l off lonlay. Tb* <ltabiir** taenia
Mail* by th* Crown l'uinl au>ount*il to
$90,1100; Imperial, 9I«,MN>.
Hum to Htabt rr. The Itamadall
Mill, iu lower (toM Hill, haa Uaii put 1a
eioellcnt runaing onlrr ami will atari up
ia a Jay or two uu t»i from the l<to
iula*.
Hro'Uiio CiTii.i/ft> Three ludian
lad*, belonging io tk« I'title Tribe. ar* I
attending tb* t'ubiii* Sbooj, iu ttilv*r |
Cily, taught bj I*rof*Mor Cromwell. '
Pacific c'out Tioxauu. A aiMrwl
uiMtiug of Ihe 1'acilr I'oaat Pioneer* I
will be lieM'.it lb*ir hall, oa K »tr**l. !
t'irginia. at 7'J o'clock. 1
Did kot AjuirtiTa.—Doctor* W.b
b*r, 1UII and Kirby held i oonaultation
laat evening over the cm* of Aagelo
Pioooli. the bub who bad hi* arm brok
null yesterday for,
noon. All Urn* wer* of th* opinion
that amputation of th* broken mWb*r
*aa tM 0*ly eur* QMUI of earing the
m*n • JW». Pieeoli demurred stoutly,
andudied that h* would rather die »*■
loee tha arm. Finding that ha would
ltttaa to no word* of perraaaion, tha
■urgaos* *at about th* taak *t
tbe .badly fracturtd limb by artificial
Bean*. Th* arm, w* ahould har* *U
tad, waa broken not far from tha shoul
der. An ex-section waa mad*, and \%
inch** of bon* waa taken off of tha *nd
of on* I nine and \ of an inch off tha
other, at th* place when the fracture
occurred. Holt* were then bored per
pendicularly through th* end of each
•>ou*. Through the amall ariflcee eilver
wire* war* paaaed, by meana of which
the bone* ware brought together and *e
curely fastened. The operation waa ona
of the lineal nieeaa of aurgery we have
ever beheld. Kvaa th* pbyaician*
<*'»ld hardly keep from giving Tent
to aelf-cougratulationa. If th* man only
live*. th* operation performed will lie a
signal triumph for aurgerr. That he
• ill recover can hardly be exp*ct*d, aa
the ligament* of th* arm ar* vary badly
torn and lacerated. Pieeoli reeled quite
comfortably thia f*r*no*n.
Coaoaaae Ixui-mt.—Aa inqneat waa
held yeetarday afternoon upon th* body
of Joeeph Crocker, who waa killed in the
I'rowu i'oini mine, ou tha morning *f
the Muie day. The following verdict
*M tendered: "We, the underaigued
juror*, summoned to appear before E.
Wright, J. P., Towuahip No. 3, Storey
county. acting aa coroner at the Town of
(•old Hill, aaid couutv, on th* Mcond
■lay of s*pteuilier, |S(4. to inquire Into
th* cans* of the death of Joeeph Crocker,
having 1«*ii duly aworn, and having
luade such inquisition after iua|>ectiug
th* Unly, and hearing th* teetimony
ii|>»ii our oatha. *ach and all do say
that we And that tb* deceaaed wan named
Juaepli Crocker, a native of Cornwall,
England, aged about 2J year*: that bo
fame to hi* ileath ou tbe net-end dar of
| September, 1x7-4, iu tha Towu of liold
' Hill, iu this county, by falling down tli*
outaide of, and on the eaat aide of the
south i-oujiartnieiit of th* maiu shaft,
of tbe Crown point liiiu*, a distance of
-Ht f**|. H Kitzsimnioiis, W. W.
Shauahau. Charlea Swain, E. Ilerliaer,
Tkouia* Dillon, H*nry Utile."
Hon* Aiuix.—A. McMartin, Chief
Engineer of the Hold llill Fir* Depart
ment, returned home with hia wife frnin
California thia morning, after an ab
sence of two weeks, dividing their time
between Sacramento, Vallcjo, Han Fran
| riaon and otlur town* oa the coast.
I White in Kaa Francisco they attended
| tbe Mechanics' Fair, viaite<l Woodward's
i (lardene, North Ueach, the Cliff Houa*.
I ami other places of interest. Sandy, in
I addition, rruiaed around atnong all tb*
: lawhuie.shops, rolling-mill* and other
maaufactorie*. W* infer that our wor
i thy thief and wife had a good time gen
erally. McMartin'a only werryment
wa* th* poaaibility of a fir* breaking out
in towu during hia absence. H* inform*
us that It* read the (>*ld Hill News reg
ularly while away, which circumatauce
ahowa that he ia a good man. We are
pleaaed to ae* hi* familiar face once
mora.
Nkwiu PaoticcTioxa. —Tha small pint
of ground iu front of Mr. John OtMt'i
r**id*nc«, iu Silver City, baa been turned
to good account. It ia a sort of combi
uatiou of an orchard, a flower gardeu
and a vegetable garden. Mr. (Ireer haa
been very siicceaeful iu th* cultivation
of fruit during th* present year, such aa
apple*. peaches, |>eara and pluma. W*
have sampled *oui* |>ea<tica which cam*
from hi* orchard, and And thain poe
s*-««d of a much Iluer flavor than those
grown in California. A friend fontgrd
anioug hia cucumber vine* ami brought
away with hiai a flu* lot of cucuuiUrs,
some of thciu nearly fifteen inch** iu
length. We were also abowu a apl*u
did l>ouqu*t, containing a great variety
of choice flower*, cultivated by hia
daughter, Misa Sarah (ireer, an enthu
eiaatir florist and an estimable young
lady.
WaatiixoTox Oraao Tiaorr Excca
siox. Our readers will Iwar in uiiud
that the target excursion and picuic at
the llowers' Manaion, of tbe Waah
ingteu Guard, occurs on Tueeday next.
The memlwrs of the co(n|>any will spar*
neither twin* nor expanse in making it
one of the moat enjoyabl* excursion* of
th* seaaon. Th* flue band connected
with tbe <xuu|«ny will furniah music for
th* occaaiou. Good order will be main
tained on the car* and at the greunda.
A great variefyof amusementa have beau
projected for frifnda and lady guests
of the coui|auiy. Elegant and coatly
prizee will coui|>eted for at the
an-herv and target shooting couteata. Iu
all probability there will lie a good turn
out, aa a large number of ticket* have
I»ean sold already.
KilUtDXllU.I l 1JTHINS BMW. -
Tboae of wur read era who an ia eearrh
of a faahionable ami it the Mm* time
• durable auit of clothing, will Jo well to
call at the celebrated clothing aaUbliah
■uent ul Hooa lln>th«r». Main atreet,
Virginia, au<l aee ibe moguillcent aiock
•I gooda liilrd up mi their counter*.
Tli« Itooa lliotbera arc bouad not to ka
outdone I it any ether hoaaaa enfage>l
in their line of buaiueaa, anil accordingly
they aall their gooda at the loweat poaai
lila rataa, thereby making it an iadure
uiant fur jieople to go there. Nobody
rTae liatee tbair atara without beiag
tilled out with a auit juai to tbair liking.
A* hmin 1'iLiaarrr.—A piuta chief
lain. uaiaed NaU'baj, la quite a noted
character throughout I,yon county. Iui>
iUtiug tba auatotoa and habit* of tha
white*. ha haa built himaalf a comfort*
•«!«• Ihiiim* ou tha billaide, a abort die
taiu raat of Silm City. IWing a
ebjrf, hr ia allowed two wiraa. Kveu
lug ladvr* laat out of thrai *«» eeeu
truudliag a wLraJbarru* up Main atreet
with a rook ato«a uu il, her liana lord
and master following rloaa babiud. Tha
»liealbarrow loippvuiu^ to etrike a W'k,
.Nalt'bai cuulntulal to reiaoTe tha
obatacje,
A lUxoaoMi )kj|»>L-Rooit.- Tha ad
dition niada to tha aehool bocee in Mil
Tar City liaa liaan <-onvartad into what
may l« tafaly regarded aa tha fiaeet
•ckoul-rooui iu tha State. Tha walla of
tha rooui are aa while aa tha driTen
auow. Tha waiuacwtting ia grained
baadaomaly. and the furuitnra, wbirb
waa ordered frum Chicago, ia of tba
Tary Utaat atyla of manufacture, com
Inuihi; both comfort tud eienive. Tba
room ia calculated to aaat about 54 pu
pil..
Arnumoa, Vortaa'-- Cuarao Ott!—
Waller ia trlliug hia gooila at tha low
eat pricea; alao iafonna tba public that
tba Aret day of Heptaaaber he will
•ell bia eutire atocb at auction aala arary
4af until rloaad out. All paraoua iu
J|UJ ta M. K. U'allrr will plaaaa eoma
forward and aaflla, and aaea expenaea,
aa Ua vill fire ail bit look amiunta lo a
collector. '
Tnmmt ArvacnoKK axd Uoaaanrm.
All entering fro« irritation af tba throat
and fcoeraeoeia, will U agreeably aur
I*i»ed at tbe almost i« mediate fuM af
forded l>y lilt in* of Brovi»> JSj-on.-hifl
Troche*
10CU MINIM SUMMRV.
'•* «M Week Ka4laa Se»t. 3, 1»L ■
Th# • toeV market continue# to *#e
saw up ana down, but to-day u in a
healthy »tato, with an advancing look.
Th# baatv aaMumact oI $10 on tbt
Bevag# bad rather a depreeeing effect,
J#t that could not wall be helped. The
prcaast heavy tnachiE«ry of the hoiet
ing work* had done vry efHcitut duty
in linking to th# promt depth —over
2,000 fact—but now it la found ix<
|wdient to employ mora powerful ma
cbinery. ThU ia alreidy contructed for
and will b# put in working jtoiition aa
aoon aa poaaibla. It will be powerful
enough to work tha ruin® to the depth of
4.000 feet, or ovar 8,100 feet below the
level of the projected *utro tunnel. An
•aaeeainent of »'J per ahare in alao levied
by the Gould aud Curry Company, lie
low we give the very lalvat aud moat
reliable mining information obtainable;
CMMlldMwl Vlqlala.
Daily yield 300 torn of ore. The ore
breaate on the U00, 1S00 and 1200-f^ot
levela are all lookitg epleudidly and
yielding the usnal amount of rich ore.
The north winze from the 1400-foot
level la down to the 1 "jOO-foot level aud
a drift ha* been atarted from the bottom
to eonuect with the eontli ilrift from the
abaft ou that level. Thia coiiuectiou
will compute a lid vrutilation of
aliuoat the eutirc mite from the 1500
foot level upward, aa the north wiuze
ha. already beeu ecunected with tho
north drift on the 1500-foot level
from the (iould A* Curry *haft, fonuiui;
a thorough ventilutioi. of lath mine*
dowu to that depth. The eoiith drilt on
the 1500-foot level ia Iwiug puihed
ahead with all the vig'>r pov<ible to ae
eoiupliah thia pm j>«ee. Thia drift ia atill
followiug the west wall of tho ledge, the
eaat aide of the drift r-uttiug rich ore.
Iluileigh drill* are uaed iu thin drift, a»
the rock in »• hard a* to require contin
ual bleating. A .by or two ainee a
pocket of water wn« tapped ou the 1»)0
foot level toward the houth line, which
ia now about drained, mrwt of it having
l>eeu puiu|«d to the aurfacc through the
(tould Jt l urry abaft.
U«ai«.
Hiuking the maiu incline ia atill vig
oroualy prosecuted, the bottom iu good
working ground. ('roe*-cutting on the
2000-foot level ia pu«he<l itcadily abend
without any valuable change of iutereat
to rejiort. Sinking the aouth wiuze
front the 2000-fmit l*>\el dowuwanl, ie
nl«o making jjuod progress. It having
liecoiii* necMaary that new aud more
powerful hoifttiug and pumping
machinery ohnll take tho place of
the old for working the mine at it* pres
ent great and ateiulily incrcaaiug depth,
Mr. I. F. Thom|>aou, the architcct and
machineat, baa been »cut to Suu Krau
ciico to Hiiperinteml the maiiufaeture of
the aame. Tbi* machinery, iu lioint of
etreugth aud durability, will, when er
ected. lie second to none on the line of
the CouMtock, and i* calculated te have
ample jwwer to *iuk the abaft aud work
the mine to a depth of 4,000 feci. The
••oat of ite erection will proltably not
full much abort of $<;0,000, and in view
of thin an n*ec*ameut of #10 per abate
we* levied Septeml>er let.
Ottfclr.
The ore bretute ou l>olh the i:MN> end
14110-foot level* are looking well and
yieldiug hamlaoMely. The ore eitracted
ieof an increased riebnee*. ami theproa
|>ect* of the mine grow inuh' flattering n*
the prospecting of the ihllerent level*
ie advance^1. The Imdy of ore devel
oped in the cast cnMM-cut, IMI feet from
the eoutli line, on the 1300-foot level, i*
feet in thickness, end flue milling
ore. The ea»t eroea-out, on the 14115
foot level, ia iu «7 feet, with excellent
proejiect* of aoon atriking the ea*t or*
body. The north raise on tho MliS-foot
level i* atill in rich ore. The aouth
raiae on the aame level ia alao in flue
or*. On the 1300-foot level wiuze No.
1 givee aaaaya of from #150 to $250 per
ton. aud the north winze from croei-cut
No. a aaaaya over $300 per ton, and
ahowa much flue eulphuret ore. Car
aauiplee of ore for the piut week have
raugeil frem $150 to $-.1*i per ton. The
Kmpirv State mill i* kept ateadily niu
ning on or* from the mine, alid i* stead
ily increasing it* shipment* of bullion.
Hale A Hwereee.
Sinking the maiu incline Mow the
2000-foot level ie making eteady head
way. uotwitbatanding the cloee, bard
character of the rock penetrated. The
main north drift on the 2000-foot level
ia etill driven ahead, running east of the
ore vein, to coauect with the eolith drift
on the muue level from the Savage. Thi*
connection will I* completed in a very
few daye, wheu the thorough ventila
tion of the level will lie eeciired. Ae
aoon aa thet i* done croee-cutting the
or* vein iu that pertiou of the mine will
lie reenuied. Hut on* croee-cut luia vet
been ruu on thia level nnd that w«» di
rectly weet from the abaft, eo that there
ie yet ample room for valuable develop
mente; in feet the ledge weet from the
incline wee ahowu by the croaa-cut to I*
much more nolid aud promiaiug than ou
th* Uvel abov*. A drift hu been sUrtcd
eonth from the main incline which is
running directly in th* ledg*. and abowe
much tine looking fjuartz, but no iwy
ore aa yet.
■terra Xeva«a.
At tli* u*w aliaft botli the lu>iating unci
pumping inachiu*!^ U working ad
mirably. The water it completely draiu
*d from the (haft; mine of lk» liottom
tiniWra which hail l*»n damaged, have
l>eeu rapbtced, and ainking the abaft will
ba rtwuuied ty-day. l'roapectiug ha»
again Iwea r«>nm*il in th* uiiraiao. com
menced »om« tiiue ainci in the old Hac
Tanieuto gr*uud. Till* rait* will be now
driven upward until it rrachet the aur
faca wtrki, ao aa to afford a jwrfect ven
illation of that portion of the nune.
There ha* much g«H>d ore already lieeu
eitractrd front th* vicinity of thia up
raiar, aud when complt ted and au oppor
tunity it given for croaa-cutiiug, th*re i«
hardly a doubt but that fiirtlitr valuabl*
d*velopiu*uta will l« mail*. The or*
braaat* in th* old upp*r working* con
tinue to look well, aud allow no aigna
whatever of cxhauatirn. Daily yield,
60 lona of or*, kvopiug lb* mill ttcadily
rntming.
UnM A Curry.
Tli* north drift on the I JUKI.foot lard
hai made connection with the north
wina* from the lUW-foot level of the
Virginia Consolidated, thn* neouriug the
thorough ventilation of botli iuin*a
dowu to that de|4h. During the we*k
a W*a^g>' <)l a apur-wherl of the
pnuiping MgiiM uiv«M||a;e4 fhp >,top.
ping of the incline fn>m the lylNl-foiit
level, lmt th* damage ia again repair*!
and everything in good working condi
tion. The north drift ou the 1700-foot
level ha* advanced 'JO feet dnriug th*
veak, tk* ia hard Matting rock.
No rbaiiK* t" re|<ort of the |>coaprcting
operation* at the fourth alatinn.
Mdb
Th* luaiu went tuni.*l i« atil| b*iug
drirmi vigoroualy ahead, th* ropk ia tb«
/aca blaatlag 00 tinalv and good pro
graa bring njtije. th»fe jf a at*ady
flow of watar from th* face, but aoi
af all iuipad* th* progrea* of
WtMlTlllt*
• Tlie recent good derailments toad*
it U* 200-foot'station of th* incline.
,<111 hold out, and promiM *jri«W of
floe or*. In Ih* north drift, at the third
■tatiou the ore body *how* eon
sidtrabl* improvement, and th* quality
of th*or* Uev*n b«tUr than on th«
Uv*l above. ThU drift haa about fifty
feet ret to run to roach a point directly
under the ore body developed on tho
Mcond elation level. The air win* from
tho eccond station lertl to connect with
the north drift at the third lerel, U down
40 feet. ThU win* wae being oak in
the foot-wall, bet finding the roekquite
hard the coorae waa changed a little, so
a* to run cloeer to ore v*iu, when on
Tueadav laat the north aide of the winae
cut into fine ore, which eceme an^un
doubted ccntinnation of the ore body
found on the level above. The mill waa
darted up cruahing ore thi. morning, o
which the oompony haa bet ween JOO and
41)0 ton* at the eurface and ready to
bout from the mine.
Iain.
The enlarging of the main ahaft will
be completed in a day or two more,
which will then five a fine, well tim
bered three-compartment ahaft for work
lag purpoaee, to the depth of 1100 feet.
Tho foundation* for the new machinery
ire proproeaing finely, nearly all the
foundation timbera for the engine* are
on the ground readv to put In plaoe.
Theee timbera aa well aa thoae far the
i.omp rod* are of red *pru* pin*,
brought from Dutch Flat, Califormla,
and are of the beat quality po"ible to
obtain. Oue or two carload* of th* n*w
machinery have arrival at the mine,
omoug which le a epleadld
ilower hoisting eugine, which wiU l*
piat'ed in poeitiou ready for ua* a* aoou
a* the foundation* are completetl.
B«lea.
The water haa beeu reduced below the
third station level, and work r**uined
throughout the entire mine. The ex
traction of or* from th* different or*
*tope«, both north and MUth, on th*
thinl datioti level, haa been reeumed,
the regular »hipment of ore commenced.
Hiid laat eveniug the Woodwortli mill, on
tlie Canon Hver, waa etarted up crnah
iuu ore from the miue. ThU mill will I
now bo kept steadily running. A new
croea-cut will be *hortly *tart*d to pro*
liect tlint jiortlon of tho ledge where tho
flow of waUr wn» encountered; alan a
croa*-rut will noon be *Urt*d to proa
pect the ledue in the uorth drift at the
thinl (tatiouTevel.
Xew York.
Sinking the *haft i* making *xc*ll*nt
piiigl***. the bottom In clay and quart*,
with noma line etreaka of ore. The face
of the main we*t drift, at the GOO-foot
level, nlao *how* »om* flue pro*i>*ct*,
the atreak* of quart* aud ore encoun
tered being of a very encouraging char
acter. The proajiect* of thi* min* have
been greatly enhanced by the undoubted
fact that the ore vein recently atruck in
the WoodviUo mine, a few hundred feet
farther down the canyon, I* tending di
rectly in the lin* of th* New York and
Lady Washington work*.
Belekor.
Daily yield 680 ton* of or*. Th* min*
baa preatly cooled off during th* pa*t
few week*, which *llow* of reaiiuiption
of much of th* proepccting work on th*
|„w«r level*. The ore breaet* and *toi>*»
on all of th* oro producing Uvel* *ro
looking vr*ll and yielding finely. Th*
uit-raiae to connect with tho n*w air
ahaft ia inakiug rapid progr**e, while
aiuking the ahaft to meet it ie-beinR
preened with all th* vigor poealM*. Th*
return* fro® the mill* for th* I**']
month )»v* lieeu excellent. aud the miue
ia iu Hue rouditiou throughout.
I
The work of driving the main tunnel
goeo ou a* usual; making a littl* b*tt*T I
headway now than for *oine time paet.
There haa l»eeii no material change in
the diameter of the ledge matter pawed
through ainco laat report. The north
drift i* being *teaili(y driven ahead
throuuh very ptomUiug ledge matter.
Aaaava from face of tanuel t°-,1"y reach
♦Jo M. and from the slope $180 N.
The ato|>e ia yi*ldiug *oine *xcellent ore
for tnilliug.
free* P*l*l.
Daily yield 050 tons of ore. The mine
is lookiug *plendldly throughout, th*
or* l>rea*t* and * to pea, on all th* differ
ent ore-produciug l*vel», are not only
lookiug well but keeping up the regular
yield of rich ores. The hoisting and
pumping machinery I* *11 in An* *°*k" I
lug condition, aud th* futur* pro*p**t*
look bright *ud fl*tt*rinj{. Th* mill*
ar* all running, and th* min* will, with
out a doubt, mak* her u*ual monthly
dividend*.
OMlUr-Fotaal.
Daily yield 110 ton* of ore. th* ***ay
valu* of which i* ♦•'0 P*r ton. There 1*
little or no change in any of the ore
bieaata during the week, l'roepecting
ia tttiug agaiu vigoron*ly pro**cut*d in
th* old BelvUUr* *ecUon of the mine.
The face of the fifth »t*ttou ia atlll in
porphvry aud clay. Two croe*-ent*.
ou* ewt and th* other we*t. h*v* been
started from the main aouth drift on
thi* Uvel. neither of which hav* mad*
any valuable d*v*lopm*nt* a* y*t. |
( ■■•a iwmiiuHa,
Tb« north drift on the 1300-foot level
•f Ilia Upbir abaft Una Imn driven irir
!Xni (,»t from tbe abaft northward, fa). '
lowing tbo writ clay wall of tbe ledge,
rutting in it* courae eotne flue indica
tion* of or*. A croea-ent *aat baa jaat
U'«u commenoed at thla point, tb* pro
gr*aa of wbirh will be looked forward
to witb great interact, na it ia penetrat
ing new ground iu au uuproapectrd por
tion o( tb* ledge.
Hi* uiaio *aat drift on tb* 9000-foot
Irvel ia atill making fair progreM, with
no ohange of Tain* to r*rord. Tb* liol
tom of the aouth winze, *n the lUO-foot
level, two dart ago uaaaed out of tb*
or* body into l*rr*u Irdge malarial, IxU
yeatenbiy afternoon or* again appear**! ,
in tbe Iwttoni, at a rich*r qaality than
•v*r. 'l'hia ia very encouraging, and j
tb*r* ***nia bat little donU but that a
paying min* will lie again developed.
IMIIkrala.
Tb* north drift*, on both tb* 1400
and 1500-foot l*v*la, from th* Virginia |
Consolidated ahaft, ar* atill drivra rig- j
onmaly forward, running in malarial i
lying weal *f and adjoining th* or* v*in.
Two drift* hav* b**n »tart*d on th* ror
riapondiag Uvela from tb* Opblr, wbirh 1
ar* being pnah*il with all the vigor |hm- I
xible to connect with the drift* fn>m th* i
I'onaidated Virginia aid*.
■alrw Ta***l.
During tbe patt week murk belter pro
KTt-ea baa been made with tb* «0icieat
aaaiataure of the four llurielgk drill*. '
U«btJ:**T*ij fptf ||*Vf b**p H4W to ,
I be length of th* luuual. being an aver
age of over It f**t p*r day. A littl*
water come* in at th* fao* of th* h*ad*r,
but not enough U interfere in the laaat ,
with tb* en-ell«ui progr*** being wad*. |
I'lak.
Jh* flow of water at tb' bottom of th* (
tlbaft hlill coqtiqu** too strong to admit J
of a reeunjpUqn of tb* wqrtf iif jUMna i
the ahaft. Th* pnmp i* Juat *W* to
t**p if under gqod control b*low tl)* (
400-foot dation. l'rqa peeing b" p**n
reewed both north aoj aouth on tfiai
level. No q«jr development of iptereat
to report. * ,
Sinking thc"'^^-" U ^
ij&^WSSr1.
•ftu .t^ of or. u widening out fti»
ihowa coutidetahle taprow^w'J
duality. A drift hat I**" ,urt*i1^' "
2nth£ »t«1 which .how. nothingo.
r.ln. my<*
Dan •*•
The <«W ol the main wc»t drill, at tw
400-foot Urol. y«Urday atunoon ag.it
pcn.truted ft fin. »tr.aV of juartz of i
^cry promitiug character.
character of the material penetrated U
gradually toftentng and th. prtw)>*cta.l
Sou reaching th. main or. vein i. dailj
atrenirthening. The flow of water from
th. face .flhe drift la .light, and givei
but little if any trouble.
Kinking th. uiftin .haft i. making
good progm*. It U now down GO feel
bel.w th. 000-foot level. tlioliotlora in
•oft. my working ground. 1
operation, nr. progmtmg ft* n»u*|*''
th. upper level* without ehaitgo of value
to chronicl*.
Balllw.r. coaaall'aU*.
Sinking th. main tliftft 1* making
ateady progrM*. Th. prcpectiug drift,
on th. 760-foot l.T.l are .till Tl«°r°u*^
proMcuted with BO change of "J*™"
interest to report. Th. north drift on
the 460-foot level it nuking good pro
grwM.
Aut.rlcaa Ftat.
Th. main *outhw«at drift on th. 7u0
foot lev.l it »U11 driv.n vigorontly ahead
running j-rall.l with the ore vein. So
croea-cutting will b.dou. from thi. drift
until it lux penetrated »ow» ditlauee
further to th. eouthward.
■■UkwbMktr.
Hinking th. niain .haft U making
good progreM. It i. now down CO f..t
b.low th. COO-foot lml. The m«iu
Houth drift ou th. 400-foot l.vel I. »'il1
driv.n vigorontly ahead, following th.
weat day wall of th. ledge
Original Oelil 1HII.
Driving ahead with the w..t drift at
th. MO-foot l.rel, and occatioually
meeting with good looking Mringcn> of
of metal bearing quart/. Water dm*
not interfere with tli. work »• yet.
ja.lleo.
The erection of the new hoisting and
Dumping machinery it mnking goo«l
progreM. Hinking tho Waller I>efe»t
•hatti* alito making rapid progreM.
Dally yl.ld, 40 ton. of ore.
Bark. jr..
The extraction of ore from the flrtt
station level, both north nud tonth. lint
acaiu l>eeu commenced. Yeatridey the
Hope mill wa* ttartcd up oruahiug ore
from the mine.
Yellow jMk.l
The main ea.t drift on the 1740-foot
level 1. in 1M feet from th. tliaft, III
fair running ground. Nothing new to
n-iwrt of the lirci-ctiug opemtlona ou
the other levela.
Miut.
Hinking th. main tliftft i. making
tteady progreu. the Iwttom "till in toft
■inking ground. It it the lntouli.m 'to
soon oji.ii anoth.r atfttiou »nd *'*rt *
drift for tli. l«dge.
Tjlor. ...
The etrong, eteady How of water Mill
continue., and there Mem. but little
hop. of overcoming it until more pow
erful machinery can l>e «r.ct.d.
MMUr.
Th. main ea.t drift on the 400-foot
lov.l ha* penetrated through a belt of
hard porphyry and tho face i. now-in
clay of a v.ry ftoft character.
Florida.
Very little progrett it made in tiuking
the new abaft, owing to an increaw of
water. Arrangements are beiug made
for effective pumping machinery.
Btllle..
Thtre it no change to note, eicept the
steadv and very favorable progiwx* of the
mainnorth drift on the 1700-foot level
of th. Imperial ehftft.
Mllv.r Mill.
Th.re it no chang. .f importance to
report of the [>ro«i>ectinR operation® in
th* different portion* of the uiino.
Xairift,
Th. low.r tunnel htt patted through
th. cl»y, and tho f»c. it now in v.iu
natter of very favorftbte character.
rtelea.
Tunnel ttill driving aheftd, and msk
lag good progrett. No change to re
port.
Rareor.
Tho new th.lt i* cleaned out, the
■rater drained, and tho tinkiug returned.
IMnttHllM.
Th. timbering of th. ehftft it flniahed,
ind .inking reaumed.
llKwmuno*.- -The Imoka of ragia
Intion for 111* next general election will
?1om on tilt STith day of Ortolier. IVr
ion* entitled lo vote tiro tuck «« aru
-itizeuit Mid actual reaideuta of the Stale
>f NuvxU for nix mont^a prtriotu to
he Jar of the election, and reniileiiU of
ho towuahip, la which they intend to
rota, for a period of :IU day*.
l'Borneion Dmrrox'a Lkttmi.- Tbii
iTening, it will be remembered, l'rofeaaor
Denton, on* of tha abloat m icnlilic
rritere in tha country, will deliver the
lrat of a aerie* of lertnrea at National
Juaitl Hall, VirjjiniaCity—Knject: "Tha
irorlil before Lifr." Tha phenomena of
■arthiinakaa and YulranoMi will be ilia
-uaaed at length.
Aii'iiirvt im a Mill.—Tliia forvnooii
fohn HihIHiIi, who work* in tha OoM
fill quarts mill, hail tfco rir*b atripped
iff tha middle llnprr of hla laft hand, ua
ar an the flrat joint, by being runcbt ba
waeu tha bottom of au amalgamating
«u and a atk-k of tiuil>ar.
Hrorri.i) Kirn a. A man iu Virginia
iy tha nania of Kiug haa been attacked
rith apottad ferer. The raae will pro
•bly prove fatal. I'm. Wrblxir, Col
ina. Hall and Uronaon behl a coiinultn
ion over the cate to-day,
Hir Diki/xitip.- -At about half-paat
ileveti o'clock thia forenoon, Wm. lten
lett fell down the air abaft of the ltelcbf r
nine, a diatanre of 'JO fart, dinlomiting
lit right hip. Dortont Hall and Manwin
eudered the neceaaary aurgical aaxia
auce.
Kinoxr Split Or**.-A yonug nepbew
if Mr. Wlunie, who reeidca in Ix>wer
Jold Hill, aplit ojiew the little flngrr of
lla |eft band with a hatchet aome tiiue
o-day.
A Rota.—ll la no wonder Ibat C. A. Nolle
aeler, or tbe Metropolitan Ik** ami Mbue
4ore. No. 101 Hoetta C aireet, Vlrylala. I> tl»
■K agrh a mailing huatneea. lie baa Jnai re
amed from San rraacUro with a Irrfe alack
{ the laletl rttlea and heal quality or bnau
ad abow, which be la eelllng cheeper I ban
Ter. J a el walk «p to No. IH South C alreel,
ad eu«|li(« lilt aaw gootja. 14
fo» tke terjr beet rkoumpha, tela Brad lej
I Raloraoa'e (lallarr without k T A I R 8—
CAkPINU IN Til* ILKVATutl, Np. *M
l|oaen atrefI. kaa Kraactac*.
Taaiaik*etaiuekeMi7(aad«^lhg*Uiad'«.coBf
(TELEGRAPHIC!
I EASTERN DISPATCHES.
[unit Yo tii «ii »*«it »m
PQM18TIO MIW».
The IW •• DMh*rr>
KnrYull, Sept. 3.-A letter dated
Havaua, Auguit "th, MJ« that om ™
HHb an order wu gi*«n t0 P"'
IcfcDockeryin the chain gang, which
was don.. He waa. howrer, apam!
the indignity •( being sent to work with
the remainder of the gang. AU com
munication wilb friend* In Puerto Prin
cipe was denied bim, od on the *ith
|,i«h shipped from Neurit*! for Ha
vine, whew he arrired AuguatMth,
iud iu forthwith aent to Cabana. For
tress. Ko one bad communication wltli
him up to the time the letter waa
written.
MMwnUe Kaaelaallaa.
The Democratic Convention, which
met at llagewtou, Md., yesterday, nom
inated Wm. Walah for Cougreaa. Mont
gomery Blair waa ona of the defeated
candidates.
(k»r riMghi Baiiwar*
A convention of paraona Interested in
the conatrnction of a cheap freight rail
way between the Atlantie Seaboard and
Miaaiaaippi Hirer, waa held in Mt. Ver
non, Ohio, yeaterday. IU object waa to
secure an organization in N J., Fenn.,
Ohio, Indiana, and Illinoia, which ahall
undertake the aurrey of a route and ee
cure aubacriptiona for the defraying of
•II preliminary expeneee. Many prom
inent gentlemen were in attendance,
among them Hen. Celumbua Deland.
Coinmittiea were appointed aocording to
the original deaign to receire aubacrip
tiona for a preliminary aurrey.
ladlcaallaa Meeila* la Brtatoo.
Ikwrox, September 3.—A rolftred in
dignation meeting here laat night wm
nddreaaed by William Wells Brown,
Goo. Griffin, John J. Smith, E. G.
Walker ami otbera. They believed
there haJ Wu shown altogether
too much leniency to ex-re belli
and that the alnreholdlng power waa
still Ntruggling for anpremacy. They
calle«l u|>on the President to take
prompt meaauret for the enppresslon of
the present state of affaire, and if he
ba<l not power to do that, to conrene an
extra session of Congress. Resolutions
etpraaaive of these sentiments were
adopted.
FOREIGN N1W8.
KavolallaaarjT Plato la Italy.
Nrw York, Sept. 3.--A letUr from
Home aaya the Revolutionists now de
niru to set up a Ked llepublic and Com
unuie, and to play in Home the pranke
they played in Pari*.
WESTERN DISPATCHES
(•rami re ran eeLB aiu. mm aawe.l
PROM 8AH_FRAHCI»CO
Mnrtler la the Kerand D^raa-Jtaw
Vark Maaaaa aa reala la B.F.
Wiilelile-Arrtvad—Ureaaba^ha.
Si* Famrtsro, Sept. 3—1 r.
The jary iu the cnae of Antoulo Gon
zales. tried for the murder of Lnla llo
mero, returned rerilict of guilty of mur
der in the aecond degree.
About 40 New York maaona will ar
riro by the overland train to-night, un
der contract to work on the Falaee Ho
tel. The trouble canaed by the 8-hour
men I* said to be the reason why they
were aent for.
General John E. Allieon committed
suicide here te-day by sbootlrg hlmaelf.
He was au old and reapected citixen of
Snn Francisco. Tho cause of hie mi
ride la not knowu.
The Pacific Mail ateamrr Grenada,
from Panama, arrired this mormiug.
Greenbacks, lljtftll'v
A Duel with a Naaiao.
For nearly two weeka, says the Wash
ington (Kansas) Hrpublicait, Elegan
Driakell, wbuM home la a faw miles
northeast of tbia city, baa abowa signs
of insanity of a moat malicioua type.
11a hu tbrentenod the lira* of eeveral
CmoiiH, ami on Mitral occaaioua ba baa
on baard to nay that ha would "aboat
tha baart out of Hheriff I'atrie," if ba
came in hi* way. Hit bitterneea toward
I'atrie in particular aaama to have bean
on account of tha affactual way in
which Patrie workad up tha caaa at hia
brother, C. Driikall, who ia bow ia tha
I'anitantiary for larceny. Elegan haa
baa Iwcn growing mora Iwld and viciaua
up to laat Monday, whan tha County At
torney ieaued papers for hia detention,
fearing that eotne mischief might be
dona by allowing him to rnn at large,
and Hheriff 1'atrie and Canatabla Child
era wara ordered to make tba arrest. Ha
had l>een seen a abort time before mak
ing bis way toward tba flslda of Lypd,
a abort diatonee northeast of town, and
tha •fflcers, not mistrusting that he had
arms, proceeded to where be was sop
pased to 1>a. Ha was soon discovered
lurking alxmt the fields, armed with a
Sharp's rifle, and on seeing the ofBoara
drew his rifle on Childers and fired, but
by a quick movement Childers evaded
the 1*11, and retreated to tba house of
Lynd for arms. Hs procured a shotgun,
the only weapon at hand, and started in
pursuit, while I'atrie started to tha city
to get arms and summon aaaiatauee.
Driskell took a circuitous route toward
tha dty, ami reached the eaetern limita
of the town juat aa I'atrie had procured
a shotgun and waa starting after him.
As l'atria turned the oomer In the rear
of Ilnak's lumbar vard, ha and the ma
niac stood face to face at a distance of
about forty yanla, each with a g in in
his hand, and each in full viaw of the
other, the maniac tbirstingfor tba blood
of bis would-be captor, and Patrie da- (
Urmined to do bis duty at the risk of i
bis life. Aa qoiek aa humaa hands
could move, the deadly weapons wara
lowered into position, and a simnltana- I
ous report and two clotyW of aaoka
seat a thrill of tenor through tlioee who
were hastening to tba eoene. Evan be
fore the report of the weapons had fully'
died away, and before the smeke had
arisen from aboat tha combatants, the
maniac was heard to shriek in wild
tones: "There, I've killed him atlaatl"
Hut a moment later the sickening effect
of a wonnd came over the auuitac, and
he reeled and fell to the ground, and
*aa seUed by the strong arms of tba
Hheriff. Dr. Williainaon waa earn- ,
maned and ascertained that the bat)
from the gnn of tha Hheriff bad p*aed 1
thrangh the flesh on the iuifcfc ol tha
(high.
Ejcuauid fen iTaqr sfV-Hi hem,
• A IMI uiii, aal^an I U1J **/ to make "><
B«r. la tn praeni* territory I* l»lrad»«* Hie tateal
ueeftillaerailmi M |* wanv-1 eeeryOa/ureverj
»ae, aeerr whirr, wli* haa * fatnlle, a rull-alanl
HewHij Ma. kio* »U1>,T*U* aialTreadl*** «•»
tin tklt Ilia nan- ftrtau »'—Ml« run
wankj i>«v %m fur, r*|>l'l. mmlh a IXI inn, nukri
< •**» m •ima* IMIkuMh will tear Mure tfea
atlUhoaaUlrliuuiul. fcuLl imjw alia>Wgta hi
all w*rk and II,r ImimiTrTlntiiiii ttala Woitfrwl
li» u. »»tr. Al'lil. onlv n.«*| .kuw tbetil In MMTa
Han in m>ii In eterj l*ju**tkry mier. fj* an-l up
»arda cleare*4ally Uy uuan areata. .No aaek ma
rklnvwaar%er«i^rr*iaianrMirii prtrr. i'.,UJ* aUd
lut rear, la^aa faailllia we litem. iMnaud la
UTUii1? •VS i», w*"» Ue; beioine kaewu.
tJiu? i ..f**- Uwr*£k *'"**». Mackmuu.
Tallara, rlc.. reomimewl litem •• uerlnl. Mlakla
Itrea ma la Unt wIMaul*. Ir tluralt a*a(r[)i )
In rawl pU*e.wrtu far ll. wfer a mm. me 1.7roar
family or a relation than la mm U-urr or m ekeaii.
M*jBa**K«tlgallp.ru uf the con.lrv .u reeel^
ar pelea, li*. llr-aJ a.It er ileemenl kealanlaa "*m
iaeed In aryrj family " lalaaatber ntuaMaflMa
paper. Aldrv»« th» rropilelim. Itnarar j. Mil
UtfAV A Ga. i* Canal .treat. New Tar*.
War It Is.—It U not atnajr* * I *U that tb*
*ld*w*lk In front of W. IL Itlaou'a aturo la
blockaded with good* orery day. and ao nianr
paopl* cutnlua aut loaded with gooda, for with
a few dollar* yoo can bur uraccrt* ahoaiti to
do for a Btonth. Von caa bur freah tuna
to**, tt> caa, Ar M eta.; fraah (Mack**, 1»>
caa. IB eta. j fre*b ojr*t*re, *»> can, as eta,: pie
fruit, I»> ran. * eta., and •Yurjthlaf In pruoor
I loo. (Jo and gel a packaja of Klaoaa coffee,
freak frond rrrj week. Trr l». •
Ooaaoroura* Hauxi*. corner of C alreet
and Button arena*. Virginia City, Caiatta
Haamn (late of lha had.lla (lock), proprietor.
Mr. Bomoter d**lrr* to lufucm hi* Men I* *nd
tb* paMIc ctneralljr that b* ha* thoroughly rr
flttad and opened tb* abora popular Nitoaa,
where he will be ready at1 ill flaw* to **pply
hi* ca*ioa*r* with tk* choice*! wine*, liquor*
and Cl<an. Ulrahlmacall. 1
Ool> flitxaaa and *T*rjbodjr read tblc
There la on* thing certala; tho** who are
alllaf with djr*p*p*la, billion* dli***** aad
kxa of apo*tlt*. get wall be tb* nae of Bitter
Witch. Kerry time * rtoa* la takro Ike pa lien I
feel* heller. Hold (t J. Jotra'Drn( Dime.
Laet Chance Mulmeal, tb* vreateet pala>
killer In tb* world t Well Pool Pllla, thceaaleat
purpllr*. Hold e»a»ywhne. 11*
A Ifaoo*a<aaT RBji aar.-U I* w*ll known
to aiy cu*toD*r* lhat I am not In lb* habit of
urging paymnt*. bat de*lr1af tn go balow tn
lay laaaapply of Kail good*,on the tlth day of
H*pt«nb*e, It I* iiereaaary for ma to aak all» bo
paaalbly can to cob* forward and aeiil* Iwfore
that lime. II. UALLAN!). I
soda.
The b**t for BAKING pur)>o*e* I*
John Dwioht A Co.'a.
uylOMn
WE MEAN BUSINESS!
Fall Campaign now Opened
EVBnY PERHON WHO RRAI>H TUI* AI)
vertlaemenl will HAVK MONEY, and E*t
Ja*t what tney want In th*
CLOTHING LINE,
BT t'ALLIXU OX TilR Kl'B8( KIBRRS.
TIIK MOST COMPLETE AND IIEHT HE
LECTKD HTOCK OK HTYLIHII AND
DI'KABLE.
Fall & Winter Clothing,
FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,|
Krrr Op«nrd Oul In Ike Town.
AO WE AKE DETERMINED TO IK) THE
Largest Clothing Business
la thl* plan. If good flood* and I/>w Price*
will do It.
RtlNSTKIN A WOLF,
Naat la Ihak of ( allfarata. Uald lllll. I
ae. Int 1
WALLER'S
CLOTHING BAZAR,|
la Dr. Hall'* New Dulldlng,
MAIN HTIKCT UOI.U IIIM.
M. P. WALLER
£ALU( PARTICI'LAH ATTENTION OK I
oftbepahlle tn the Iktl that he I* *elllng
epleadld etaek of
Spring and Summer
CLOTHING,|
....roxaiBTtxo or,...
OK KMX AND Rl'NINRMM MHTM,
BOYM' CI/0TIIIN<1.
PVBNinilllNO IIOOIM.
II AT«, BOOTH, HIIOIW,
TKIINKM, VAI.IHKM,
RKCARDLK68 OF COST!
(VCall aad eiaatlaa before pnrchaalng
•iMwhere. aaMtf
J. M. CORN WELL,
N«. St Nartb V Wr**«.
VIRGINIA CITY, NEV.,
Miaartctoirr »nd Dnlrr In
FURMTURE, MATTRESSES
....AMD....
■■DOING.
nlAnoTAnTKRM FOR Till KTATR OF
NKVADA for Ik* Ml* or tb* hmou>
CBAXDALL BPKIX6 1KB.
Tb* Crtadill Co*pi.I HprlRg I* lb* onljr »cll
iipportlnir, mud CMUot gel obi at order.
U|bl Olbrr Myln *r Mi Nana
(krlarMl by !'*•
GOLD HILL
FURNITURE STORE!
MAIN STIICKT. COLD HILL,
;Fm**r'* Bolldlai. neit above lb* New. olBr*.)
>. w. »m, proprietor.
prnitsinu*. hphixu mattrkhmui,
CVKI.RO IIAIk.
Kl'RKKA AJfD PILC MATTRKSSKN,
Lonxan, cAiiprw, oil. cloth.
WINDOW SHADES, ITO., ITC.
EVFarsllir* and Maltm*** repaired. Cub
■aid for Heroo<l-band "uralliitr. rrirearearoa
ible. Call and •**.
mi« tt. W. QRAXT.
ECLIPSE
Lifer}' and Feed Stable,
MAIN KTRIR, UOI.D III I.I.
rartlrslaralOnllon pal* tollnardlarmock.
Alwijra M hand For H*l*.
O. C. HlWn.ln rntibwr.
■■Mil
lOdKE r»| HALE,
^ LAROIDWKLUXO II0V8X, COX
alalag>1— »»■*. Ill*BMW BelldligJH
aid la tittlknt raoiStloa, ritartml m lb* kill.
M* appaaiU Um Yeltev Jacktt worfci. *
For partldlan applf al lh« Oroc*rj Hlor* of
"8 '''
RICHARD MRROCR.
4f»U 1UU Itrwt, Qoid Hill.
aqi tnw, lie.
~™ THE HON JEER
DRY OOOD8
Established to 1841!
LATEST FASHIONS
• •..AT.*** ,
FRANKENHKinERU!
FAMILY
DBV UOOIHi STORK !
GOLD HILL.
J"
■Hock of ' "
DRE88 GOODS!
Tb'.i 0*p*rtB*nl I* r*pl*«* wltk *W(UI,
norcl and >|Mci*i Mjto*. aad eaaatttal** (Ik
nu*l comp 1*1* MMttarat *r*r oCrr*4 la ikia
town.
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS
Bmilaj, Bcotak aad Irlak Duutk;
Damask Tiki* Clotk* uul Hapklaa
r*t* aad TowaUa*;
LU*a aad Cutloa Bk**tlkfft aad Skirt lafi
Ulaakataaad OalKa;
0*lor*d aad Wkit* rlama*to;
Tab)*and F1M0 Oor*r»j
Lac* Co ruin*, lit., *!«., BU.
At Qreatly Reduced Pricesl
H08IERY DEPARTMENT
Ladtaa', Cktldraa'r aad 0*at*' Hu*l*rr of all
•la** aad q*ailtl«*.
OIotm, Lac**, Kaibraldcrj Is **u aa4 bj Ik*
yard; Haadk*rckM»,ale.,•»«.
Will Ml H t'k.aa far Cask ai at)
Mara la ika Blala!
Mil, M. FKANKBNHBIMBB.
EVERYBODY KNOWS
Dry Woods Have Declined,
**..r nr....
TO REALIZE ITS TRUTH
voir M |!MT HKK A HO FBICK
B. CALLAND'S
IMMENSE STOCK.
I.<VKRY IIHANCH IN TH> I.INB OK
HTAPLK and FANCY DRY itoolm la
rraamml with Ik* CUOICUT NVVXLTIBM.
n*••••• l.r U4IM aad
C'klldrra. I ad*rw*ar *f all d**rHr
ilaaa,KfWMimrw af rial* aad
llnipih r«r «•.!., rmmm,
llaalrrr. I.arr*. Oar*
Twa aad Tkra.
kaitaa.d Kid
Ula***,
OK ALL HUADI8 AND DMT MAKE.
CKAMII, U yard* far SI ft
UOUII < OUnKTM, a pair far..—..... »»
Aad Kv.rrlklaala rr**.rllaa.
»•: if
VARIETY STORE.
pICNIC, MARKBT, WALL AND WORK
lAIKITt.
PKTI'KK FKAMKM, FANCY CBOt'K.
KBY. IUXFH, TOYN,
HTATIIINKUY,
AND A (1KNKRAL AttHORTMKNT OF
FANCY GOODS,
....AT ...
Brrliaer'H Varirlv Store,
•MAIN NTKKKT, (101.0 HIM.,
(Opp. IMd Fellow*' Halt)
Okrtnrr than Ik* rlir*pr»l. Call aad a** for
mmK
aattlm K. IIKKLINKII.
J. & J. B. MALLON,
NO. 41 SOUTH C STREET
(Nril daar la Baak arCallfarala).
VIRGINIA, NEVADA.
Groceries and Provision*,
ENGLISH CROCKERY,
CHINA SETS OF EXTRA QUALITY
TABLE CUTLERY,
GLASSWARE
CHOICEST WINES AND LIQUORS
IN TIIK .tlARKKT,
FINE OLD COGNAC BRANDIES,
('HOICK IMt'KRONi
Ktmil AND IKImH
WHISKIES,
•10 PUT AID SREMY RIMES,
CHAMPAGNES & OLABETS.
rr-AII tlMlr Wliw» tad l.lqnnra m i«ni
Irnl I'ara and HaltahU for Mnllflaal Parpaara.
i.* a.m. mun,
lm Tlrtl»l«, »wM«.
YOSKMITE HUB ROOM,
Xo. 14 Konlh (' rtrtrt, Vlnclala.
OPIN ALL NIOHT!
Mill k BUCA*. Proprietor*,
Mill
A.TTUIU. Clll. CUBHIII«a
UAHON IRON WORKS
VIRGINIA CITY,
Ifca Mfllf,
TYRRELL A CUMMINOt,
ruxntDBin. ■Arannmi. (jkmcrai.
r l««f «»ra.Dwrtlw a»d >U»ifcrUnw
>? Qwni nlll u4feilu MMklaarjr of all da.
rrlpllMi. All wfcil «frd wttk pros plana
uid dl »palfh. u< a 11 ha Lowaa t Ralra.
iyi»tr
o. «. a. uiih.
HAIST * LILIENf
Civil Ei|laeeri aid 8«r
Teyors.
•moni
R«M MIU- Om OltMa'i ItMt,
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